Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN THE LETIinmnGE DAILY IIKRALD, -nSRAY, OCTOHER 191U 0-0 P1QORIAL OF THE PRINCE'S CANADIAN TOUR Love Of Outdoor Sports One Of The Outstanding Characteristics Of H.R.H. Hy finl triwttnit rUh da XTalcj too'i place en '.he nlgM Juto 23. IfSi. a I.o3toii Jounv lit, cl CaoRii'? CliiJDjrkii! oJ v.hcn I wn? a tinr Uttlo plnfc Gsure. imbrlc anj live, flnJ wa? toVl w :tt nol oftes gtien to of his to ihil ihpra MB ycopU. (n the vorlJ who llred leaser anfl know more, mid to them he i lint lie Is bom to be a j a rovni of as hf c-ntcrrj t'Jo tisatre and took hks t'Cil dale .and as tit; bout cxprtne.1 Co U Lor.i rfreu tsw-rds My tie Lou- iUrjirlj- .r.ir; l-i-amiss witi good hatter; oiiier. :cll W r.s i: tilire "Isnlo? hllit? ihiihei- his firs'- whits srl' ct ssrviff he vr_-.: to I etc! ccl sir u.evB the kls Kles iii' i f-ii Thl CSd :T (hex Ir- srei; I'f lltiij Prlicc c3 c'.S'-CilfcE '.5 :'.S Wls, Tlie Prince at The Prlnca Busy TVItli at ErimontM. bt'icc itet. trrcsl iiP hsl? a: .iit it roecd ttt nurt. dcrk. This. h th: Sf-u: ri "Lll'bt, The.-s Divra ts !ho P i fct.s ir.d "aU twilling In and not a follower. Hi- thinks Joslre to tie (TO tors oat for and onto Le his] ccmntlllors on lualr flgtL. up his deler- dutl, ho will fwertr fion'i'-. 3dc'Klcr :i> sr.iisa tto charidcr o: ihe S'uere is too ar.cb ot a icy Io him 02 bis p'ibllc Thii I submit, a. severe test. Oac to hid in pirate ui wtca so (a apcat, to him properly. He kti read mora neeplr it ctmaraUj EC b oar 'radini; Mr. rcmas azt IKf tlou o! currBC'. uo1. fffr wRtcblng. the growth to niftiih'ood ot tte Heir Apparent, lo the Throne ot Hie British Empire; see -him emerge from, lo youth, and from youlb lo man. :Jnd mnn, .bo ll nTiflflrslood, in s-so.se ot the word- Ii !a 10 bfi floabLedi! the empire in Ice'Prince of the I troop's. Impentl foushl in Franre acfl FlncdcrE, and ISsiIy. can bear testimony to tfe or man it la vho will In all !mmnn probability one day rule over tho empire. If. us he himself has Staled, he -round, his manhood" in lUe searchinc crucible ol tie bat- tlenpM.Ji may wittf tnilb'-be said thai the empire.'Touud ILs ultl- raalo leader. j At ihc early aeo of 25 he lias been Iried as. TOTT TVQO bold his position been tried.'and lie HEE passed lh3 lesL, sterling mcUl every ounce. oT him- And ho will improve a vibe by. II U often saW Ihnt the Prince -s shr. This is ?rarcelr i-orrecl; tiif- Srtenl v-ould. perhnps. be the bet- ier word to Ha has Hie TOT; ttrso adriw. tbing I mLgtil :b2t by of'.ec rectlls a'Uacti the me.dc by >ils IB whwi be aa al Ozlord to ladbcs hiai- to itmdr Greek ac-d LitlE, wteiunls mhkd riUiet .on tba --ire_- or fa the idore of oiiWooT iports ol ererr IB bred Si htm, lie rcLirs to wtfl prore. Al the time h( bus one p-eat tun- In thfs clfpotion; that tc rlral hli ffttlicr aj a stoi. Wlien U is-recalled that.for many, years iiut lie King bus iJeaerreflly beW'the rep- "aUtlon of the with either ffttn or rifle among roj-flllles _of be realized I hai wrme dlilance'to so be- fore he reallEei IWs ambition. But he Is thAn'Bieial with the pia clready. one were asted tir ddJlne the "oulilaodlnE lealnre In tbo cbaractcr ol the Prince of.Wales today, one would at once reply. "Innate and per- feet Tills was be- stowed upon him by bin grnndfalher. He has that Instluctlro fenowledge Ton which fo'do'-il. This rciiich "waS setn only a'few weeks "ago al the National not only of the do. .bu thj most upd: Sportins Club, be Jumped Into the ring afler "Jlmmr1" Wlldo had snatched a niemorabVe Tlclory, and1 H few words ,to the assem- bler! sportsmen, amid; eriQiuEliiallc j cheers. Hois the Prince caraa Ic mate this rather dramatic intem'nticn may now be (old Ihe firat time. Hi Unon bf'Tifi- in; he TToJJ slve ji'n aat ioot (be ty- 'neivn-er. cai Nearly br rcvt bolt rider CHL vautiulEQEd. rporirrata to his rip; And '-Mw he wsTitv lo TCP the ovtr vrhicb cat- d.-y Trttl ba caUed to rule. Upon KK when he viaitrd triToja dtrLng the wtr. Tie UK htno Uint one ilsy he incct hi their own couiurlea. hr prEEsefl the Kiui: IT aV- hln to visit Ce.cidL zV tbo neu and now he the thai them. ttrt he woatE to E.CP. these in rcJii not on y irsub 'to mtr ir'tL ihe pcnjile. no1, Prince oouog warrior has in reality found no-', only liis manbnnJ. Liut liiinsclf, and the -.vortb of luen i row to bis young graadEOn, whu aflar a short cmise at abandon hts sailor'3 career to Itarn the ways H.R.H. The Prince in Younger Days The Prince of Wfllea, as he nppearcd In naral uniform while In training for the navy. The Pilnci Great et Wi ot men, and Mtidr at Oxford the bis j lory and thu law And politics that were lo help him in (be years lo Hunlhig and polf and "rowing were not i.'llhcr, and friendships wtre hcing made with olher Imploring father that he might say Irriictr at Oxford, iva1! darrllj' jfivon when Ilib Rrcal '.vorhl war Ijroku over fluropc and In a duy.i, while the o( many lantU and peoples lay in'the balance, liritnln found hftreeKflt war. The Trlncc wan one of the fip'-jt to "Join and jtor- sonally Implored Lord Kitchener to send him out wUh the Kxpcdlilonary but even Klnfc'fl sons 'niuat loarn. and so soon as In a training was IIP wan sent pj-erjjcan lo light ILH coiiulry'H .fots, Never pblrklnK danger, lie was of- Icn under fire. A follow officer lold him once when carrying rtcapalclics the enemy barrage lay between him and !ila destination; the chaofTtur. knowing Iho riik, refugcil to continue EO tnft [jrlncr-. rrimirklnK tlial he tiny- way would fulfil bis Job, proceeded on foo.l. At another tlmo lie was 6nly stopped by main force from quilting a dugout when h'jiivHy .-ihollcd. The ontbrrak of war found him a shy Ijoy of rlcli- cato alter five years hn has emerged, though alill extraordinarily In appearance, yet with happy ronfilenxe Ihonght frir 11ml tfliav 3 num his foiml on active str- And returning full of ihc. joy nf life, yd bavins wijkpsscd many of t its sadder fie is filled vvilh j delerminaiisn to Morlliy .when j Lime slialS calMiim to reproseiil Ihc grcalcst people in Hie world. A busy'young man ihis. as fee who hsa so nuiny in- one nmuient he is scaled v.iih bis father Iparnlns ihu duties cf the ncic maybe lie some hoQorei rcrclvcs sol ditrs or mayhc j perhaps, by 2. (iiy in liii i honor. Oria hp Is visiting bis lands in pr Cornwall, or lut- ing with ihoau !hL'. inhabit the worst ahim.i of London. On'.t'n> to know men and wcmcn all :ill cla-isea, Ihis la-J. with Ihe hapny kiinclc tf jr.iUinr1; everyov.i? al his case oT ritjlit llilnE. has alrc.idy ihe I'.cartJ of all with h'j: cornci For rcrreatron. snil tennis, fiy- inff, riyisiR. and nioioriTig, nr BTC al( ciijovcJ. V, tion for parents, none OVML In do augljt and a happy .Drllon from his "God Ble.is the J'r B. F. S. in Tliu Pi-ince and l.t. Gof. Brelt at Edmonton. t r.vcry 1, inco f-f Tp.lts la llsy ICnipln nl Knukalnon.