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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIUIISOAY, OCTOBER 2, 1915 THE LETHD11IDUE DAILY IllCHALiJ, PARR NINES PICTORIAL OF THE PRINCE'S CANADIAN TOUR Edward, Prince of Wales Has Always Been A Favorite; Early Life Anecdotes of Wolei 11 was about Lhat samp t Line ihat ellcal son ot King Otorte bl? p-jljllc being CTownwl M TMnce ol Wtles at Carnarvon CtsOe. a daya afur hL3 PICTORIAL OF THE PRINCE'S CANADIAN TOUR Tlio I'rincc Starting Oul to Fish at N'lplgqi1, It wta liie day ol the Odd Cap it derx A Bound pinebhie end you will Ijoot In liie roar 189-i. li lie royal wa how he win rctr." liidusuj-o all ih'j woijij. taaal? taJ Tto Etory does iict nay wb-ither the (uhicii of LoDdxm aad pretial Prlnco of V.'t'.es that the eight was one oouU cot hte grandmother's nave met the anjwheri! Ttu protege vvishcd Lim to have, but cer- i uunioer wooen and sjnur. talnly a (airy vaiched uvor him' had Lttn anointed ia I gowns, tho IwiutJjfal '.aniiees and Uio ever chruienine, became TLe kfce" held the opinion, that ittree louts full of hugbizc hts tjfis been a hapjiy life, and: cot TJie prince ought BJ early as possible eMIng Lbe4r loncb slppJag ibvir only a happy but also miii rmiare of his future cup jjaie the ccloofcer Iho well filled aue. (ollowlse Ju this example [Idea lial OUT) wu t tiling which dH; Hia Childhaod Ytara jsel lo Mm by Kdwud VII., had, not exist ia Ihe T.ttrli. All He v.-as up Ttry slm'iilv lie day Dt accession to the arrwd BeainM tii no Ihtmjhts for and under strict discipline such a3j ihrone, tried lo Initiate hla future anything bai Uie fcDjoyment of. his always presided it the education into ihe machinery of KOT- Lho hour, coupled wliii ihe pleasure ol iho members of lie English royal cm in to I. of grjasiplng a lli'Jcr t mild, gowl- family alnc-3 Qocon Ai the tame lime It deeiued ad- I uatured kind ol way, Trhlch t pared up A nurscrj- uf her OTE; and to something of Ibo Iht character, i. miiht undor- semo of daly and respaustoiru T-vaa lo iht- sitw Priuco of lino the rrldlcules the dcvelofel ID him slocc his airilesi'wbo was dlsimtclitd lo I iL The D-jkc ani IXichrss v-'htn; he Monie month's A suilucn moverren; IQ ihe roy-l Vorli irlcd lo rear fhrir ol ont bis father's 'bci made iha crowj at-jii and siare, wlcnout any 61 tliu fuss z-ticli gener fricalt, t2ie Mtniuta de Hrtlcull. i as It saw ihe Princes of a11-" flllends lhc occupants ul royal irile an AmerlcaD, and up niter a telegram had baud- n jwhsio bf (o entirely applleJ Lhtinsoh'iii t-j ujnko'funiliar wili lie French languafio 5001. useful men oad! other To Um lh2j' prrTerred for Ihm reason 10 ulrs j [frograciiac o! ei'-cailcin had ihcm eel'Jom.Io London s.st: 13 lot been mapped oat Tor him. the T them enjoy tte freedom of coci at'TorV: (.'otiago, "Victoria" ha'ii U-cn tVLcTa or lri Scotlin-J. 'deriy 111 at Wmdsar. then if Prlncz BWy or aa he MIrho apprecia'. evidently kindly disposed animal, who ed his simplicity o{ nianoers aoj Ll'c and untjl'lrjalre way !n which iie fulfilled dulics. Kli.ily ....._________________ '-Itiifut were rel'ited In rc- (lho prince tbr a long time. icnrd him. r n Favorite 1 A "Re3utar Fellovr" SctlQE tv -vovndcd mnn lylne on the Always a Favorite j IIe_was (n fi Ccnaiu r.ense a mla-ljrrc'jnri ou a latterly cald morniae, Great was tho rejoicing, not only ch'pTnus fond o( fun and a'-'wlthoul miviliirc to covv.i him, ha 5ii llio royal circle, bat lu the whole trzys ready for a Joke. Tint his was 1 immediately look off his owe over- or Etagland, liiat likod to ECO the nature, incapable of ccai and gave it to him, driving lo bis jdlroct lino cf succeasiun to Ih2 celling a lie ond rcaflj- lo admit quarters In his simple uniform anil throno assured ami ihe old q-je-en he had been in the wrong, jcsluhlne a severe cold, which, how- jgi7C3 the Joy o( welcoming a great- He had a "sunny, sweet erer, dfd not preretit blm from Koine BTandion. Ttie marriage of the and a chivalrous one Into tba bar- i round "'his rountlns ol daily Duke of York had been ossenllally a. Rnn he liatl at the same limu a'duties. jpopular ono owins lo Ihe fact thai grent acnse oftdlgnity. the result of! Another lime It vu the CBBE at bis wlto EngUsh by hinli. bred the healthy which he had re-i some men working at morlnp a big In England and Ihe dauffbtpr of such ceired. One ol-the prettiest Incidents gun from Its place anil ol the prince a generally loved and popular lirin-, of Ihe coronation of King George end. coming cheerfully to take his share cess as the Duchess Mary of Tcck. Queen Mary tonk place when the young of their toll without dlsclOHlng his The new horn child was, therefore. of Walts, dressed in his rones-.Identity from the very (irat day of his ezla- of ituighl OL Ihc Garter, beremon-1 Wherever he went he himaeK lenco a faTorile among hla grand- lously received his sister. Uie Princess popular, and during the visits wilch molher'H aubjecls, who watched him Mary, on the- threshold of In Rome and olher ell his baby, days and Inter .Tlnr'IlUle girl had a train llko the French and Belgian head- on during hla early yonth wilh a over her short frock, and Ihe curt-i quarters, he won golden opinions by Ing of pride, mingled wilh afroction, sey which ehe made to her brother.ihls tact and eenlleneaB, combined which -TVas most touching. jn reply Lo the deep vith which j wilh a eplrlt. ol fua and a youthful Good Luck to the Woo Prince gretted her, wag ono of the which made him look out most charming of lor the best Bide of every trying slt- uatlOD. Wales in Great War An amoalng Incident 'ft-aa related and aL tho time of bis christening. !t sighlE. look placc'la tLe-grfeal room at While UIH Tvaidencs or the DuSc and Du whoni Ihe staring slncQ io cennns ui t-n-t-, aumnjer. 'Fho quoeu ciuie Troni I Windsor lo bo nnd nrAhinc London Times' Uatory of '.ho French Prealdenx the Croii de Guerre. was omitted Ihnl could have addcj to war thus reviews tho military record Soon Biterwards, when home on tho splendor and the pamp of tho csrc- of the Prince ot Walas In the recent l5lvo he accepted the monr. which wna by Iho, great conflict: j of tho Ststutorj Comtnlllec for deal- Archbishop of Canterbury. Tho Prince of Wales Joined Ihe Ing with Naval and Military Pen- On tho morning of the daj on Army very early, giving np with slona. and made an excellent ipMch, which It was to bo colobr.iled ol.l much rosrel his lait torm at reported In The Tlraes of January IS. Scatchwoman whom the of Kllcncner Insisted upon hlj 1016. Two months Inter, bavins been TecK had befriended mid to whom coraplriine hia .training, and on No- appointed Staff Captain on tho Medt- she was ei-.'lng a email pension wkel vembsr 17 ho, waj Bazntted A.D.C. terranean Brpedltionary Force boar-' to sec her. ITie Islltr was always str joim French, Et thai time In tlvci In Egypt, where lio was cn- klnd. oapocijllj- owaril people occupy cnicl command. In a dlspitch lliuBlasllccllf rocelreil by His British The Prince With a Cow tlirl Frlead it gavo ta SUed lhe Aprl1- oidcrs In inlroducs John wrolc: R. H. Australlnn Iroops ho presently to Tilled Iho Sue7 Canal defences, and proeresa. on April 2S the world hoard ol him Prlnco al Nipigon. y lonlshed Prlncai j what Ihc old creature. J Ihnt must cry on' christening day, else, as -wo Bay.In Scotland, no luck will sliced him. Now wiiat nre you lo do to make tho sweet baby cry9 SVc'l, I really tion't Man'- I "ren agres In commending the tivo tnonlha' course of Higher ma'am" replied1 tnc lnorotighne3S with which he per- Staff training uL Cnmbrldgo, but the "A bonain'child like an5" ontrualed t.o him. I military developments look him back Iiavo myself (bccii very favourably lo France, he was altaehed for Impressed hy Ihc quickness with about fire weeka [o tbe Ccnadlan which H.R.TL has acqirrcrl Corps under General Currle. The edge ol the various branchej of tho Canadians n'ero as delighted with service, and the deep interest ho has him as ho was with them. With _.........., ____..... ______ always displayed fn Ihc comfort anil Iho Canadians he entered Lille. Tho erl Ihn dismayed duchpsF, ive woiraru of the Many onln- of the on inc conlraTy. hop'irjg he would not equally favourable from o crrcflm so fls not to annoy Iho and private joldlers might he quoted; j Prince should sorvo CiClaimed it must he that It with tho AUEtrallans. When tho Ger-l ITT clan, "how crusl you aro! was net unlil June-23 of lhat year man lino brolto Ihe Prince was nn'. Is the queen In c nip4, p arisen with-Ihls J that the Prince corapleteil his 21aL j early visitor to many historic centres j precious babe? The queen would ha year, In October hp nrcompanloJ bin them, as well as Llllu, lo (he finl one lo wish-him lucfcJj Vlll fatlicr In a tour through Iho front, ('ambrnl, Doucvl, yalenclannes, i toll you what you Just give tbo and received from the hand of the I Bruges and Maubouge. dolayctl at Iho also for a time Tit Prince llldcj a Bfoicto at Suffer.nf from Canadliin "Urip1' lias to Vac His Lett Hand. Tlie Prince Envoys a Quiet Cbtt at Sudburr, OnU Onl. ;