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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINCE GOLFS IN CANADA-SCENE AT MARLOW REGATTA (H A HPir motor ounlbiu. submitted (o the Commissioner of Felice in I.oadcD tor apiircml. Carrying capacity is forty-six numbers or ihc old London molcr 'buses wtre used for transport in Trance. (2) AlderVhol Horse Half irrivios on lie srouuds; DT him is to) Marlow rmciflj; from lie Club Itira. Wood paving blocks remored.for repolTB bcinc sold near House of Commou, London, owinc lo icaTcitT ol coal. Three YJetrs ol tie Prince EoUicg on Uonlrtal Goi; Llnis.' at j THE PRINCE ot WALES PLAYS GOLF i 6. DuTio: hli visit to MonlrfVi Ibe of Walci exprcased desire lo play a round of' I Rsyal Train- Invlng ras stopixd n Dixie and cLe parly rest lo the lluki or the HojaJ Montrnl Oolf Club. At Ihe club HU Koyil HljtintBj (reeled by Mr. W. K. Baker, C.V.O., prciMtut of Ibe club aid lilt Mcretirr C.F.R.1, ltd Ckvlei Murray, club prorea- alonal, with E. r. stcrt- Ury at Its clvb, Motor can'look lk< the link.i aAd IM Frlnu waJved all (OTBulllIn akd bis clubt aad walked out OB the llnii. tit give (he' h6nori tb PreaMenl Halicr and the laller drove off. 'The .drive KIS a fflr and thi'I'rlnce driving oft from tlie lit, Invighnf nnil turnrf to Mr.rrir. "TlilsMs worse Ihin inaklug a speech." For the flrat part o' the came Hli Hlihnni had diffi- culty ID keeping the pace with hti oppoDtnl. A fief tbe ninth hole, however', the Prfo'ce improved wonderfully and for Ihe last part'ot.tbc match he play- ed Roe golf, catching up his oppon- ent's More ctitll thtr arrhed at lit Dual gale Mr, one hole Up. .After Mr, Baker koled It was found that the would hare lo make tie bole ft par to ertm up tie matca. putt made the game all The Prince laid that ht en- Joyed 'IM frmt iad (kit he hgBfd ihat when ho- returaed lo October ht: would have jleiliire of playing another natoh lltikfi. An a souvenir of trio CADIO he prcsenttd Charles .Vurrjiy with a lie pin; .lat- ter oSerr4 tbe Prlice a His 'jt, jauflinc ly renarklng ikat Le taped, to torn) uie ol It. After (be tamo the patty were .wUb.lsi ally In the ladles' Clnb'kbui4 Iht club aUff. TS'hen'll to. jo tit eipraiiKd'the'', tire (o walk acroai iki'Hoai atatjoa of iitfxiT Iht parly a'M ,KS. It'.waa o'clock Itrt'.tBt (TOiadl. vr Aiwmr Ibe party wUckirUIoW U. llokj witi tJt Adciral Sir Hilarr, Blr Hrtry Claude P. W. Orlnr, Uo4frer TVnaai aa< Coav ratindir Inrfkr North, ;