Foreign News: E. P. & Sitting Eagle

Edward of Wales and his youngest brother, Prince George, ended their official tour of Canada (TIME, Aug. 1 et seq.) and settled down last week at Edward's "E.P." ranch in Pekisko, Alberta, Canada.

Few U. S. citizens know that "E.P." stands for "Edward, Prince," fewer still recall that the Province of Alberta was named after Edward's great-grandfather, the Prince Consort Albert; and very few persons indeed realize that the "E. P." Ranch is not a princeling's toy but a strictly paying livestock investment.

One Professor W. A. Carlyle (Kinsman of the late historian-essayist Thomas...

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