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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGE EIGHT Tlir. LKTIinniDGE DAU.V THURSDAY, OCTOBF.R 2, 1919 PICTORIAL OF THE PRINCE'S CANADIAN TOUR The Prince Talks With Officers of the at Toronto Introducing the Prince lo the Crowd mt Gorernment Honsa, LIFE, CANADA'S DISTINGUISHED VISITOR 'PICTORIAL OF THE PRINCE'S CANADIAN TOUR Loved By Canada For His Democratic Ways EDWARD Albert CtmsUm (jeorfie AuJrew lUu-Ict Prince of Vn'ales. Is emulating his illustrious grandfather. EJward and bLi lather. Oecrso V., by paying Cuiida; visit. j Ihe preseut heir apparent to tha; liric'sh thror.e is 11.3 ;i! ilemccnitic livable mtUer of tact 5 ir.iii. lie Is a close student of al! of life bearing upoc' the neltjrx1 ot his people and his trip, is for the [lurpoaa of cbserv-' iai industrial ce ad it Ions here, to be just as restless and ei- j uftiug in ihla country as it is iu Ens-1 Isad. and wbeihcr be viU learn any- which .will etinble him to better understand and help Conditions at home loniains TO be seen. Childhood j Tha young Prince waa born it Wiiita the home of his materi- al grandpy.renis, on June 2t, 1S94, and _ a. link' ninre ihnu iwenty-flvc years of age. For a lime bis jurenla resided it tins o'.d casilo of the Dute of Teck and the young Prince first saw tbo light of day thera while ihe other (MUren were born ai Lodge. Szndriagham. His great-grandmother, Queen VEctorla, was living ai that limo and she at osco took 3 fancy to [tt? roJMI baby. he was soven years ot ago the Queen decided to furnish him witti dress allowance money nnd wroio him several letters n reference to this and other thicgj which an? at Windsor Castle. One of them, particularly the one on is worth repeating and is as follows: is a trifling matter which ought not to b? raised to loo much importance in our eyes. But it also the one outward sign from which the people in general can and do judge upon tte interaal stale of mind ar.d fcrling of a person, for this they all whilst the other they cannot see. On that account it is of somo import- ance, particularly in persons of high 1 must now pay that -TO do ool wish to control your own taste and fancies which on tae contrary1 wish you to indulge ani develop, but ire do expect that, you will never wear anything eilravagqntT not because we dislike it, but because it would prove' irant of self-respect and be an of-' fens? against decency, leading as llj has often done before in others, to an; indifference to ia wholly wrong." The Prince was devoted lo Victoria, but when she died he was puzzled at their tears. His governess displayed great distress ani the Prince said, 'Well, if Heaven la such. e. nice place, as you tell me it is, I don't see iwhat you want lo cry for wbec grannie goes there, but say, I don't believe she will want to walk behind lha angels up there; you likes to walk in 'v' Tralm for tht Navy Together with lils Vrolher, Prince Albert, he .trained for tha British Navy and shared the same kind of a. life as four hundred other EfcEliah boys. Tbla Ufa was not easy foY the discipline waa hard Prince re- ceived no favors. he weat to Dartmouth College he lived under the roof .of the Dean, but when he took tht- training on the Islo of Wight ha was compelled to keep pece'wiLh tha other hoys (n hard labor and he work- ed at hlk duty. In overalls la the shops beside the other boy3 and received each' week for. money. Once In a fortnight" he was given from 6130 until 5 In the even- in? lo vielt friends and It Is said tho Prince was a'model student, and L9T' et overstayed bis Would Make New 1 le he never cared much for Prtnce Vlilts St. An.fTtw's Toronto, H.R.H. THE PHIHCE OF WALES part and wore his coronet which la much like St. Edward's crown only- that it has no jewels aud couiiiata of Crosses ucil Fleur de nl-. ternitlDj. It has only ceo arrb on- which arc the Orb and Cross. Tba, other royal rbiUlren wero compelled j to mako a kneeling Vovr to the Prince ihey pasted him which nns not ,ud) to their lltlug. After It VTRS orer, ind tbo children all in j the royal coach tho Prince's Coronet autfdenlr knocked off nnd (liose1 wbo were near Abbey pr Ihe Mary, who was da-; ted to England's future King, put-) tha young princes bark Into their; places. For days the disagreement of' the royal children was the Joko ot j London. The Great War When the great war came on the PrJnce went to France. lie WM a I Lieutenant In the Navy and a Lleulen- enl of the GrcnaJlor GuarJa ar.d also on 5ir Johc French's staff. He tried various ways to get to the front but was always balked, so finally he borrowed a blcyclo and was caught riding on near front and brought back. When laid Hint lio must, be careful he answered. if Ij am piped haven't I- got brothers cncugfi to be king." Finally bo went down to Italy and fell in with an officer there who was -regardo-l as a, dare devil and tho two were often seen Tiding In a hish power car the front, but Ibey somehow escaped. There bas been talk about' seaking a wife for this s'oung Prince.', but ft Eeeui3 a difficult task. The first choice seemed to be Yolanda, ttc I daughter of ibe King of ItalyP but i she is a. Catholic nnd England would 1 j never stand for a Calhoiic Queen, i Hclenc of Greece, Elizahelh of Ilou- j mania or Margaret of Denmark all' seem to bq out of tbe running at pres- ent Hoivever, it is said that tho' Prince cares little for the society ofv women ami that his mother prefer- lo have him wait until a mature age, before making his choice. Title of Prince of Wafts The llllo of Prince of Wales Is I borne by the eldest son ot the creign of Great Britain (and Ireland. It was first conferred on Prince Ed- ward, .afterwards Edward II in- 1301. The idea ot making Wales an appan- age for their seems due lo Edward III, who In 13-13 invested; his son, the Black Prince, with the' principally and-from Ihat time tha! title IBS been 'given lo tbe eldest son' [n his sen-ice uniform he appeared among the Canadians at tht front during the great war. nobdy shall have check: reins on IheKr horses add there :will be a for-, bidding (.ha culling oft of puppies' tails." EvidentUr" he favors Ihe Blue Cross, the society for curing1 woorded horses which, st present la so strong Iu England. Letter Fram Parents At the Me ot lie WAS con- sidered a floe serious y.iunjE man who would mate a good kind and, oo this occasion his pareuti wrote him a letter which contatm all the Advice of Poloulus and Is irlUi the new ones at Windsor Ciatle. "A naiv sphere of life will he open to you In which you will be tnight whit to do and what not lo do, a subject requir- ing study more Important than any In you hare hlthorto been en- gaged, for It Is a subject of study and tho most difficult ojit In your how to bocome a good man and, a thorough gentleman. .To the serrants and you, you will always be courteous and kind and remember of the reigning king. As heir to tho throne of Ireland the Prince o( bears the title of the Earl of Dublin s well, created In 1S19. He also beira a number tlLles and baa Income of per year. Spent Tuesday at Summerland, Vernon and' Penticton B. C., Sept. The people of the Okanagan country came mil in numberi lo meet the Prince of. Walei today. Beginning with Pen- ttcUm In the early morning, the royal party met with a big recopl'on from aereral towns in Uie fruit districrt of Dritlsh Columbia. The slop at each town was necessarily brief. At Pen- ticlon tho public reception and ad-' rirnss of welcome waa tho formal celc-' the young Prince enjoyed his serlouBJto emanclpata yourself as much aii j oration of the visit. Within 30 min- conTersallon over how in'tnga were go-ipoislbie from tbo tfaralftom of ?bject ulcs tne Prince waa on the SicamouR JDS in Knglanii for even at an early: c'.ependencs for' your dally wants in bound for Kclowna Tla Summorland age he took British affairs yery aer-'.lir? on your servants. Tha more-you! and Inspection of veterans at j lously. Suddenly be looked up at do for yonraelf and tho Itsa you j PanticLon took place In the evening: Bcden Powell and said, "Do you know1 theJr help tho -Kill be when the prince rolurned from blalonR K-hen I become King 1 am going lolyour Indepandeneo and real com Tor I. day's Journey up Ihe laVe. I make Ihrao new Uwa and 550 that! The royal children are no different! they .arc "And wnat are from other children and they had The Public Utilities 'commissioners Oiey my little asXed spaLi and quarrels ercn on the of Wlnn'neg have decided lo allow Badeo- "Well." came the reply, "first day of their father's coronation. The Ihe Street Hallway company lo charge of all I urn going to abolish sin, then Princo of Wales played an important sii cents per ride. sport he rode a pony at seven yeara by having engaged themselves to you of Ftgp, and while at coilcgo hunted; In return for certain 'money paid they with beagles and was fond of fly fish-'have not surrendered their dignity leg. One when ho wa.i homo belongs ;o Ihem as brother men Baden Powell came lo the- palace brother Christiana. You will try Prince Visits Orthopedic Hcupitil, Toronto. Tho Prince on tin TVay to the Toronto Hihlbllloi. Prince Vlsltlne SL Andrew's HoinlUl, Offlcera' Toronw. The. ITinco on an Opting (ialc at Kailll Marll. ;