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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PEACE TIMES IN PRINCE fett a? flS T! mv m Sfefe if I regg .ka Tig sty 2 N -1 i ctt V, (1) The Prince of Wales in- 'l-r0 specttng.cavnlry KFfeui "Hall, U The Indian ci'iilingent march thi-ough London. Passing through Admiraity Arch into tha Mail Preparing the Royil Bavge PiigeiLiiL. of the ex- Senice men to Hyde Park. Sol- diers and sailors saluting the Cenataph by passing bareheaded. (5) Prince of Wales lays the comer-stone of the new Parlia- mentary Buildings, Ottawa, the ex-: Service me'n-in Hyde Park, vji-iVv inm Ji :-T-t SV: m m Im 'f'K L- f'.Jv? V-.-Vi 1 During II. Priiic'a of Wales laid the conic-r-ttnne for the central tower of the restored Pariiajnent Vietojy Tower as it is in IJD and in so dojng Ihe climax of the state functions attendant upon tli3 visit of His Urfyal Highness to the Capital was reached. It WAS the most staged function since the an-ival.of the Heiv Apparent to the Throne.' in and was attended by the largest Mssmblagc of pcrttins prom- inent in the public life of tl'.eSlominion, and witnessed by the greatest throng of citizens, for the Day holiday and the delightful weather enabled all to contribute to the volume of cheering. m wvts ALBERTA INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS SPEAKERS AT CALGARY cftKl VfSm w> m 7ffl2 mm W' wm ItiZfi'Ki mn 'mrn% Many prominent men from the United States and CanacJ.i v.xis. i.i'oisiit nt the cessions of thi Albcrla Industrial Conjresl held in Medicine Hut, Lclhbridgc, Cnlgavy, and-Edmonton, llth to August ICth, In photoriT'ph those silting arc (left to right) N ''._ Sciip.loi- G. D. Kobeilson, Dominion Ivlinistd-i' of Lnboy; U.C. Husltins, Vke-Prcsideiit', Intel-national Harvester Company of Amcilc.i; Finlay P. Mount, Rumcly Tractor; Capiaiii'V Robert President, Dollar Steamship Lines; I.-cutisnaiit-Governov R. G. Brett, of Alberta, Mayor ;M. A. Brown, of Jfcdlciiio Hat; .William Toole, President, CaJgary' of Trade; D. C. Vicc-Prcaident, Carfr.dian Pacific Railway.'- Hnnl- t to rjjjllt) _ irman Dominion CouncH Scien- n, Professor of President British "Columbia Refining Head Commissioner cf A, E, Wanren; General Manager, Canadian Njtlonal Railyrays, und T, tl. Twccuic. of Alboi-ta. I ;