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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINCE INSPECTS CANADA'S PRAIRIE PEACE GUARDIANS (1) Inspection of the Royal North West Mounted Police at Headquarters, Rejpna. Photograph shows the Prince of Waies and Commissioner Pen-y, C.M.G., .head of the North West Mounted Police, with Royal Party and North Mounted i'olice Staff. (2) The North West Mounted Police who acted as a Guard of Honour for the Prince at Victoria, B.C. (3, 4, 5 and 6) Stunts executed for the Prince at Rcpna. (7) At the Regina Headquarters, (8) A typical Mounted Policeman. (9) Breaking a Balky Horse (10) General Review by the Prince. Ill) inspecting the Mounts. (12) The I'rince shakes hands with' Officers. (13) The Prince Inspects the Police. THE PRINCE WITH THE NORTH WEST MOUNTED POLICE. n the ,'lnt days of tie gold rurt, and the rctpect the uniform tat gained In the West The record at Iho'force, he was KDOKD In England, and (be name Traa famous I There was a riot or colo., ItloEal riding and fun at ll. s. IW. M. 1'. barracks at Ilczlna fol.ow- 1 ng ibc Inspection of the famous I ores by Ills Itoial Jlfgfcneu the I Prlnca of Wales. Drawn up on t: c square were the depot division, the I physical training class r.nd ft I on of mounted mm for Inspection. I The Prince, passed slowly through lihe lines, slopping here and there to eak with men with overseas gor- :o and displaying a decided Inter- est In (lie winter and (liffcrcnl V-n of unifolTOa on parade. Addressing the ofHccrB, N, c. and men, following the In.iptcllon, His Itojal compllmenlc-d tlicrn on their smart appearance. In the course of nls remarks ho showed himself to familiar with the his- tory of (be-force, which, he declared, wa.i ai famous as the Dominion It- self, He referred to the work of ,the n, N. W. V, Ip it, Klondike In an of the world. Immediately bunch of untrained hones were brought In. and for a time teal cxclktncnL It was cvldcfit (Twit (ho Prince Ihcli r, ft.inted (o eel Into the crowd aad a belter view of what was going on. ha-, t.'.cti time ho raa.'uKr! (o ec-l IP the danger zone some official led gently to one elde. The Mjuid put mounts through The li lay played dead, and did all sorts of The action wan fast; rider aMcr rider would break loose mid dathlnr across the squire would le.m far from the Faddle. and pick up some object from frouad. ;