Canadian Legion members lay wreath at Cenotaph: Alan MacDonald lays wreath.
Layout to remind Edmontonians of the sacrifices of two world wars: LS James Thomson, patient at the Colonel Mewburn Pavilion who served with the Navy.
Labour Day second annual soap box derby on McDougall Hill.
Fire at the Beauty Cafe rooms (96 Street and 102 Avenue). Fireman George Olynyk who suffered a broken leg when struck with the coupling on the end of the hose as he was about to hitch it to a fire hydrant.
Willie Madsen and his cat with 28 toes.
Alberta division of the Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association, two-day annual convention: (L-R) W. E. McCartney and Charles MacLean of the Strathmore Standard.
Members of the visiting Lions Club get the chance to ride in the "black maria" while on a sight-seeing tour: (L-R)Constable Jack McIntyre, Bruce Malcolm, Stan Fowler and Constable George Mitchell.
Members of the visiting Lions Club party on the steps of the Macdonald Hotel as Mayor Harry Ainlay, foreground, presents Bruce Malcolm and Stan Fowler with a key to the city. Left of the Mayor is T. G. Derrington and right of Mr. Fowler is A. G. "Shorty" Kirstine.