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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TS FROM BRITAIN-ON THfe PRINCE OF WALES RANCH arcouRrrsY Geo. Lane, who entertained the Prince of Wales on his Prairie i strange laaglo la the to the Bar-U ranch, for'a full the transfer of the horses by rill to lure of. this prairies; there is charm day and his guest and not the ranch and ho personally attended tic Alberta, foothill even the Princes retlaue or personal to the fitting up of the cara. grandsur In the snow-capped Rock ios. Such is the setting for ranch acquired by tha Prince ot Wales In Alberta. attendants, beyond his body servant, The racing allies are well worthv Pageant of the Pilgrim PathcH at 'Southampton to celebrate the sailing of tho Mayflower from England 300 years ago. From right to left are seen: General Saely, Prince Louis of Battenb'jrg, Mayor of Southampton, Mrs. Butler Wright. (2) Military and police guarding the ship- yards at Victoria Wharf, during Belfast riots. Garden Fete at Botanical Gardens, Decorated motor car parade. (4) Princess Mary plan ting a palni tree at Bishop's Court, hlc of Man, (5) Bishops of ton American States mako a pilgrimage to ancestral homo of Georgo Washington, Sulgrave Manor, England, (6) The Royal Family takes a spin aboard the Britannia. The King and Mftjor Hun- loke at the wheel were permitted to go. of a royal ranch, for they In family party with Mrs. Lano as their veins the blood of derby wln- hostegs. The prince, eihausted with blood of Ben D'Or, a lengthy round of formalities, liter- progeny of Ortnorid ot 81, Htmoii owned by Mrs. Bedingfeld, adjoins revelled in the the famous Bat-U ranch, owrtd by was, to him a delightful fairyland. The flllles and ponies maiSe a iron Mr., loorge I-ane, who entertained The cow-boys, many of whom, had deriul trip from ATomnouUr. Though the latter had to be'jcMigbj tho Prince In September, and served overseas and had already met who negotiated tho transaction on the ranch of the Prlnco which the heir to the British throne round-up, the the brahd- of Wales, at Tore noyal, Pririce- became a farmer and rancher, ing, the eld .trails, the clear skies, ton, Devon, they were !n flne fcitls A'tnoro charming situation could the vast distances, were all a clear when tho ship tied up at the quuv. an Iho West are the It aay wonder the Prmco mountains, to tho north and south are Iho hills In 1883, Mrs. Bedlngfeld, on her beauty, ia sired by a which was and the gentle slope of the prairies to (irst horseback journey through the presented to British royalty bj- 'ai; Winding Us way through Indian prince, and never was beaten. the oaUte IB the Highwood river, a home, was captivated by the entran crystal-clear-mountain stream wlicr ing environment of what in now the "K. P." Ranch, and homesloadcd (ho property, adding from time to time, higher foothills and Hociy Mountains until acres Were acquired. proper, arc found deer, bear, par- addition to this. acres ot leased trldgo, the bis mountain grouse, and land passes Into control of the royal prairie chicken flourish. Recently the Princaof wnies ship- ppd by Dominloti Ksprezs from Kng- nrlling glades; carpeted Iiml A number of horses and ponies Itorn the fl. P, 0. S. ship by TO.Ite Moelc. lars, by Matchmaker, (our years instead r.Epeciallv the royal hordes by the hours there, nntl Iho lure of it all Impelled him to leap from his bed, in walling for their passengers, fresh In the grey dawn of his first mornhig ilh thf. walla tinted there, jump through the winaov., un tn soft greys. Pilncr lights, and run known to hts attendants and walk clng water In Iho troughs woro a live miles to tho rising sun and back few of the arrangements Hla Hoyal Highness saw vfs- for the transfer ot tho horses-lo the fons that morning and ftso culmlna- prince s ranch near Calgary. (7) Children's Day at Ranclagh, England, eiving the donkey exercise. lion of the impression that wan made Goors were scattered quantities of was Iho acquisition of tho liedlngfelc! itcrlifzed nhavlnga. Mr. Lane took Frlnce Two of the pool IK are named "East" and "West." Another, n Some JioUhlo Flllltn. The miles of the greatest note ate Drizzle, out o( Marcoville, rlpsy, by Desmond. C.irahosse, by lYcddic King, out of Buonoa .Vlsla, by Ben Mlsa MUligaa, K. very 'faat nhorl distance racer, three years old, ny I-6ch nyan, out of I.lttlo PaUencn (a great by Fellcroii, by "illlnulo. Do Btera, (the best bred of tho out ol Dol- by Donovan, White Magic the sire. 80, by Sun Star bj Ormond. There la aino by Cylkno it of Cylgod. All allies two and three year olds and tho poalca up to six yean Dr. Biker, tho dominion govern- ment inspector of hcatth'of uniaals stated that never caw horseflesh arrive in as good condition, ;