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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ROYALTY AMONG THE PEOPLE-HOLLANDERS FOR CANADA (1) King's Prize Day at Bfaley talking to Lord (2) The Prince of Wales inspecting Boy Scouts in New Zealand. The King and Princess Mary -visit North Waies'Sanitoriurn, Denbigh. (4) The Prince of Wales greets an old veteran at JIarlborough, New Zealand. (5) Baroness .daughter of the four- teenth Lord Petre, weds A. W, Shelton Agar, V.C., K.N., at Westminster Cathedral. (G) School children greeting the Prince of Wales in New Zealand with Pampas Grass. Maori reception to the Ptiiice of Wales in New general view of the display. (8) Maori reception to Prince of seen? on the grounds; Dutch Farmers Will fill Albertav Prairies 3 Siily-flve husky Hollanders wltn their families recently arrived lu Canadc. They were bound Tor Albsrta, where they will Invest (ho they brought from their IIHII[ homeland and procssd to work tlielr pratrlo farms In the thorough nec that has matle Holland such i rich agricultural country. The llile of Immigration from Kur- 3 ope to Canada that wis lutcrrupled hy the war has-set In again.- and ercrj' vessel from Europe brings Us quota of men and women eager to start Itfo anew In the Last Great West. The newcomers are of a very high class, many, coming from the British Isles and north-western Eur- ope. This Is an encouraging fea- ture, as jtheso are the stocks that RSTC to Canada their first sturdy set- tlers. Holland Is noted for Its dykes and Ka tulips. To manj- it means but a land, quaint and picturesque. It is that, but It is also rich garden 1 land. _ Ersry Inch of, land that