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Those that have fallen still speak to us and from their distant graves there comes the mes- sage echoing that of Him who is the Cap- tain of our faith, "Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends," Are we worthy of having that sacrifice made by them for ns? " This first number of the Journal is for free issue. Now that you realize the place the Jour- nal holds in your College life do your part and subscribe at once. ueen's Journal Published Twice-a-week by the Alma Mater Society of Queen's University. University Service L;i At Sii Liilay Tiioriiiiig, ( ictuber 12th, the Uni\L*i~ity -^(. A Innmph for the ■■pivti 111 1 liristianity was recorded when I lie war fomented among the Mo- hamiueilaii- by (lermaii emniing fell ab- Miluiely Ihit a^'ain-^t tlie L;ratcful recollec- liniis Ml British justk'e and clemency. modern German conception of the til id of Battles and the militarized state. The -tag social which Will be held in' Com ov Mtii 111 Mall on Tuesday eceniiig, C}cto|),-r I'Jlli is an innovation this year i anil one realty needed in the life of the students.

On this occasion we cannot attempt any biographical sketch or any estimate of his life work, but we may gratefully remember his eminent services to Can- ada and to the Empire.

floiir and shoe polisli .|.,ii.l Uie rel oi tlie ,l;i, iii ed. OUR NEW HATS Show distinctive style features that vou'll v.'ant to know about. WE ARE PREPARED TO DO FRENCH DRY CLEANING FOE QUEEN'S STUDENTS in the same satisfactory man- ner as in former year^.

and after the singing of some Tlieii followed ;i prescription of molas- i-ii .l n.slii-s llie Fi-,,.liiii,-ii ,-( ll e College songs, the meeting ad- scs and ny paper. Fountain Pens One Dollar are ftuckiiig g Li;ir;inteed | I'uuiuaiii IVi)- at

On this occasion we cannot attempt any biographical sketch or any estimate of his life work, but we may gratefully remember his eminent services to Can- ada and to the Empire.

floiir and shoe polisli .|.,ii.l Uie rel oi tlie ,l;i, iii ed. OUR NEW HATS Show distinctive style features that vou'll v.'ant to know about. WE ARE PREPARED TO DO FRENCH DRY CLEANING FOE QUEEN'S STUDENTS in the same satisfactory man- ner as in former year^.

and after the singing of some Tlieii followed ;i prescription of molas- i-ii .l n.slii-s llie Fi-,,.liiii,-ii ,-( ll e College songs, the meeting ad- scs and ny paper. Fountain Pens One Dollar are ftuckiiig g Li;ir;inteed | I'uuiuaiii IVi)- at $1.00, $1.25 and 1 $1,50.

Even before tiie Intercolonial was f you and every one wlin knew •esteemed them. Fresltmen's Reception , Die date of the Freshmen's Reception has been elianged lo Thursday evening, 21st. ■ are woiiilering what this address— the the Canadian in this regi- hire I^oyal bast ivitliont , 1 Ik ivill be an enjoy- ■ i L""aninie jiru- A.

Cassels m in England from the re- snll nf an accident, yet none the less he gave his life for ns. He mink liis startiiii,'-|iuint the well- known parable of tlie lak-nts and spoke on "tlic prhiciple of service as eviflence of a conscious soul." 'I his is unt nf thu foremost principles of Cliristianity. this year such graduate^ and friends of the University in the city of Kingston as wish to benefit by the oppor- tunity — .1 -ehemc i contem- plating cnlistmcn! ,ili i- in readiness for a ver) , Djoyalile eiilerl.iiniuent.

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On this occasion we cannot attempt any biographical sketch or any estimate of his life work, but we may gratefully remember his eminent services to Can- ada and to the Empire. floiir and shoe polisli .|.,ii.l Uie rel oi tlie ,l;i, iii ed. OUR NEW HATS Show distinctive style features that vou'll v.'ant to know about. WE ARE PREPARED TO DO FRENCH DRY CLEANING FOE QUEEN'S STUDENTS in the same satisfactory man- ner as in former year^. and after the singing of some Tlieii followed ;i prescription of molas- i-ii .l n.slii-s llie Fi-,,.liiii,-ii ,-( ll e College songs, the meeting ad- scs and ny paper. Fountain Pens One Dollar are ftuckiiig g Li;ir;inteed | I'uuiuaiii IVi)- at $1.00, $1.25 and 1 $1,50. Even before tiie Intercolonial was f you and every one wlin knew •esteemed them. Fresltmen's Reception , Die date of the Freshmen's Reception has been elianged lo Thursday evening, 21st. ■ are woiiilering what this address— the the Canadian in this regi- hire I^oyal bast ivitliont , 1 Ik ivill be an enjoy- ■ i L""aninie jiru- A. Cassels m in England from the re- snll nf an accident, yet none the less he gave his life for ns. He mink liis startiiii,'-|iuint the well- known parable of tlie lak-nts and spoke on "tlic prhiciple of service as eviflence of a conscious soul." 'I his is unt nf thu foremost principles of Cliristianity. this year such graduate^ and friends of the University in the city of Kingston as wish to benefit by the oppor- tunity — .1 -ehemc i contem- plating cnlistmcn! ,ili i- in readiness for a ver) , Djoyalile eiilerl.iiniuent.

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On this occasion we cannot attempt any biographical sketch or any estimate of his life work, but we may gratefully remember his eminent services to Can- ada and to the Empire.

floiir and shoe polisli .|.,ii.l Uie rel oi tlie ,l;i, iii ed. OUR NEW HATS Show distinctive style features that vou'll v.'ant to know about. WE ARE PREPARED TO DO FRENCH DRY CLEANING FOE QUEEN'S STUDENTS in the same satisfactory man- ner as in former year^.

and after the singing of some Tlieii followed ;i prescription of molas- i-ii .l n.slii-s llie Fi-,,.liiii,-ii ,-( ll e College songs, the meeting ad- scs and ny paper. Fountain Pens One Dollar are ftuckiiig g Li;ir;inteed | I'uuiuaiii IVi)- at $1.00, $1.25 and 1 $1,50.

Even before tiie Intercolonial was f you and every one wlin knew •esteemed them. Fresltmen's Reception , Die date of the Freshmen's Reception has been elianged lo Thursday evening, 21st. ■ are woiiilering what this address— the the Canadian in this regi- hire I^oyal bast ivitliont , 1 Ik ivill be an enjoy- ■ i L""aninie jiru- A.

Cassels m in England from the re- snll nf an accident, yet none the less he gave his life for ns. He mink liis startiiii,'-|iuint the well- known parable of tlie lak-nts and spoke on "tlic prhiciple of service as eviflence of a conscious soul." 'I his is unt nf thu foremost principles of Cliristianity. this year such graduate^ and friends of the University in the city of Kingston as wish to benefit by the oppor- tunity — .1 -ehemc i contem- plating cnlistmcn! ,ili i- in readiness for a ver) , Djoyalile eiilerl.iiniuent.

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On this occasion we cannot attempt any biographical sketch or any estimate of his life work, but we may gratefully remember his eminent services to Can- ada and to the Empire. floiir and shoe polisli .|.,ii.l Uie rel oi tlie ,l;i, iii ed. OUR NEW HATS Show distinctive style features that vou'll v.'ant to know about. WE ARE PREPARED TO DO FRENCH DRY CLEANING FOE QUEEN'S STUDENTS in the same satisfactory man- ner as in former year^. and after the singing of some Tlieii followed ;i prescription of molas- i-ii .l n.slii-s llie Fi-,,.liiii,-ii ,-( ll e College songs, the meeting ad- scs and ny paper. Fountain Pens One Dollar are ftuckiiig g Li;ir;inteed | I'uuiuaiii IVi)- at $1.00, $1.25 and 1 $1,50. Even before tiie Intercolonial was f you and every one wlin knew •esteemed them. Fresltmen's Reception , Die date of the Freshmen's Reception has been elianged lo Thursday evening, 21st. ■ are woiiilering what this address— the the Canadian in this regi- hire I^oyal bast ivitliont , 1 Ik ivill be an enjoy- ■ i L""aninie jiru- A. Cassels m in England from the re- snll nf an accident, yet none the less he gave his life for ns. He mink liis startiiii,'-|iuint the well- known parable of tlie lak-nts and spoke on "tlic prhiciple of service as eviflence of a conscious soul." 'I his is unt nf thu foremost principles of Cliristianity. this year such graduate^ and friends of the University in the city of Kingston as wish to benefit by the oppor- tunity — .1 -ehemc i contem- plating cnlistmcn! ,ili i- in readiness for a ver) , Djoyalile eiilerl.iiniuent.

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On this occasion we cannot attempt any biographical sketch or any estimate of his life work, but we may gratefully remember his eminent services to Can- ada and to the Empire.

floiir and shoe polisli .|.,ii.l Uie rel oi tlie ,l;i, iii ed. OUR NEW HATS Show distinctive style features that vou'll v.'ant to know about. WE ARE PREPARED TO DO FRENCH DRY CLEANING FOE QUEEN'S STUDENTS in the same satisfactory man- ner as in former year^.

and after the singing of some Tlieii followed ;i prescription of molas- i-ii .l n.slii-s llie Fi-,,.liiii,-ii ,-( ll e College songs, the meeting ad- scs and ny paper. Fountain Pens One Dollar are ftuckiiig g Li;ir;inteed | I'uuiuaiii IVi)- at $1.00, $1.25 and 1 $1,50.

Even before tiie Intercolonial was f you and every one wlin knew •esteemed them. Fresltmen's Reception , Die date of the Freshmen's Reception has been elianged lo Thursday evening, 21st. ■ are woiiilering what this address— the the Canadian in this regi- hire I^oyal bast ivitliont , 1 Ik ivill be an enjoy- ■ i L""aninie jiru- A.

Cassels m in England from the re- snll nf an accident, yet none the less he gave his life for ns. He mink liis startiiii,'-|iuint the well- known parable of tlie lak-nts and spoke on "tlic prhiciple of service as eviflence of a conscious soul." 'I his is unt nf thu foremost principles of Cliristianity. this year such graduate^ and friends of the University in the city of Kingston as wish to benefit by the oppor- tunity — .1 -ehemc i contem- plating cnlistmcn! ,ili i- in readiness for a ver) , Djoyalile eiilerl.iiniuent.

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On this occasion we cannot attempt any biographical sketch or any estimate of his life work, but we may gratefully remember his eminent services to Can- ada and to the Empire. floiir and shoe polisli .|.,ii.l Uie rel oi tlie ,l;i, iii ed. OUR NEW HATS Show distinctive style features that vou'll v.'ant to know about. WE ARE PREPARED TO DO FRENCH DRY CLEANING FOE QUEEN'S STUDENTS in the same satisfactory man- ner as in former year^. and after the singing of some Tlieii followed ;i prescription of molas- i-ii .l n.slii-s llie Fi-,,.liiii,-ii ,-( ll e College songs, the meeting ad- scs and ny paper. Fountain Pens One Dollar are ftuckiiig g Li;ir;inteed | I'uuiuaiii IVi)- at $1.00, $1.25 and 1 $1,50. Even before tiie Intercolonial was f you and every one wlin knew •esteemed them. Fresltmen's Reception , Die date of the Freshmen's Reception has been elianged lo Thursday evening, 21st. ■ are woiiilering what this address— the the Canadian in this regi- hire I^oyal bast ivitliont , 1 Ik ivill be an enjoy- ■ i L""aninie jiru- A. Cassels m in England from the re- snll nf an accident, yet none the less he gave his life for ns. He mink liis startiiii,'-|iuint the well- known parable of tlie lak-nts and spoke on "tlic prhiciple of service as eviflence of a conscious soul." 'I his is unt nf thu foremost principles of Cliristianity. this year such graduate^ and friends of the University in the city of Kingston as wish to benefit by the oppor- tunity — .1 -ehemc i contem- plating cnlistmcn! ,ili i- in readiness for a ver) , Djoyalile eiilerl.iiniuent.

,50.

Even before tiie Intercolonial was f you and every one wlin knew •esteemed them. Fresltmen's Reception , Die date of the Freshmen's Reception has been elianged lo Thursday evening, 21st. ■ are woiiilering what this address— the the Canadian in this regi- hire I^oyal bast ivitliont , 1 Ik ivill be an enjoy- ■ i L""aninie jiru- A.

Cassels m in England from the re- snll nf an accident, yet none the less he gave his life for ns. He mink liis startiiii,'-|iuint the well- known parable of tlie lak-nts and spoke on "tlic prhiciple of service as eviflence of a conscious soul." 'I his is unt nf thu foremost principles of Cliristianity. this year such graduate^ and friends of the University in the city of Kingston as wish to benefit by the oppor- tunity — .1 -ehemc i contem- plating cnlistmcn! ,ili i- in readiness for a ver) , Djoyalile eiilerl.iiniuent.

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