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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKIAKSDAY, MAIW.H 27, HUH , il! aii.v Mi.i'.Ai.n pa or-' nrfT'.rcy MILADI IMPERIAL ANTHEM Lou', or IiohIh. Tliy people cry In 'I'linc, Who aniiite Vt thoi.*. a path upon Ihe Hull, IIi.h nl 'I'llv fi.cl, find looking "I'll for iilil, Kn"eloth im Kivplrf, groat anil unafraid, .Should fom appear, iitul war cloii'l.-i dlil'kan liver im. ., ! Hlioil i in li for ",i':|. tin our.li our | lhoii,.;iiid :.i-;. i .1 �' t'mjiii' oil". I*in;\ our fin";; !.�(. i-i I Tli'", I Khali '.','" I." on" in |>..jici. ':' "in ;i I i'.' | - Mi.i. a * . d * : : : �: > : personal : o : : > : o : > > > Major V/. II Mllti" of Hi" Coi!. piiliy Ciin. Kor�t.try ''on", who is ;'i ' .!': '��� o'l'lo"!-' ii"Xt Suii'lu'' ; K;..-tiT |,rOK"!ini Iioji 1,.11'i'IllK a!" iuvil") i Tii" cir.i'oi-tii :>i; r.'iiioii t'lnii'fh IW: liiioi-olay in t": i V..'|i| sliiirji. Ali nio: ; oil to turn in tlicir i Kasn-r offorinu ti. � xhorl l.tt sin ess mm ' �' j will Ii" iqicnl. AT ; I'ounls from the b:i,. � eil in nl.-'f). * * | 'i'ho Major Jaol-" !; j I). IC. arc. holding :  day, Mareii :J0Lb. "fi f;o to Hip chapter's : i on the patriotic �...' ciiapt't lias lieijii . � j eil that Hid publi" ' oi'ouFly on Saturday ; : m the pa si. * i I All members of : , \ askuil io attRitil 11 vim lomorrow at 1 to 0'. TIir N'oxt-of-K!:i day sa:unlay, A" i;:' tile (jreat War * � In conned ion v I'll by ih" Loral fi'om th" Xiition."' a si'rvi.'O of in'!'.-' 10 he arrnnired. i hold an hour iy in Knox cliuiv.: from 3 :to (!. 11 : tiie p.M-ial of ; he, 11 v ill- rs : int; Ail .'� i" of I he iiiiiiirhl ii iiall. a! v rcfiu ii L"i turn- i haplor. T. 0. May on Sauir- proi-epclK will . to liolj) i arry in wliicli the -'(. It i.s l.-'jp- ^i.i.mil a-; iren-:."> lii'.ve done .Ve.-'ii'iif-Kiii are mi"ri'i-.irioi-y sor-t-is i-huiTii from icld a Ins; !!:,' bem.'fit .': .1" wire l-eceiv-.: 111-i 1 i", \\'i)iu"!i ".it i! ;!.- � u-,.r i |i i i'lii'in i � ,n I! .-b.- �):!':: I !l. ;j '. iii boil i' i'l'i'ii in ; a,, i i i n;r u of t i," H�J>: i.sl "Ui-'ii v.il. la""' nt tie- par. oaiiire l.,iirsdiy .a I' .ri'iioei! a' (.'"iocv., a ; oil pi'or-Ta'.i .'.ili lie i-'i'."n and m', '.olll"II iil'O ii.'.'i'.ii SOCIAL EVENTS ->->**^**'>***� Mrs. H. Iii rtraii'l ent"rtained ur a !:i;iiii.n .-.liow"r ja;.:. uighl for Miss* lielott lialvin. * *  .Miss Roplirotiin llonneil entertained infonniiily la i  | Applications may be obtained at the bc$t barber shops and hair dressing parlors. , Il is guaranteed by The Herpicide\Co. Sold cv^ryvtii^c. Special Agents: J. D. Hicjinr.cilicm & Co.. Ltd. I You Get Setter Cough Syrup by Making ��> ii at Home 606 3rd Avenue Phone 1627 mint/!* ninro. you mvo al.o-nt S*? !iy '2 It. J.'i^ily iiiaiio nnil costs llltto. y Ycm'l! n vi 1' really know what a-iiac ceuuh syrup roll can make until you prepare' "ds famous homc-niad.! 'remedy. Von -mvo t;.'2 as compared ivilh the iwidy-inaili' hind, and you will also have a more liintive rciiicdr in every way. It nvcnii.ii's the usual cOiutiia, thvoat or �(lii'-l- i'i>li!.J in 24 hours-relieves imi w''."{ipiii!.* t'oujih quickly. ounces-a liuuilv mippV'-most eli'et-iive cou;;h rynip that money ecu buy-at n c(i.-,t of only 55 ceuta or less. It never i poiN. 'J'lic pronipl. awl positive results [riven bv this "leasant tasting cough ij.vrup have cr.-ascd it to ba V-fcil in i iiuiri! leinca tliaii any other remedy. .It ipiii� "iiy li"'.-i'!i�. a dry, hoarse or tight iiiui.'li, he.iis thn.irillanu'il nvem-bniiics iluil. line the throat nail bronchial tubes, ami relief comes almost iiiimcdiai'.l.y. Splendid _ for throat tickle, lioar>vnrs.-, lironchilia, croup-and bronchial astlir.i.i. V'incx is a hirhlv concentrated com-ponnil of jiemiiiii! Norway pine extract mul has beer, used for generations for throat and chest, ailments. Avoid disappointment by asking Tour driisHiffc for "SVi ounces of Pinex" with full directions, and don't accept anything WEDDINGS v � V I-UNl-XJAN-I'.MUKH A very happy event took place at noon on -Wednesday. March 20th, at i Ihe home of "Air. Harry A. Umber, north-east of Winnifred. when Mr. Fmber's second (laughter, Margaret Ruth, was united in marriage to Mr. Wilbur Hanegau of Winnifred.. The groom was supported by Mr. Walter Ucgg, and the bride's sister, Mrs. "Walter Begg, acted as bridesmaid. After the ceremony a sumptuous repast was served. The happy couple left later in the day for the eastbouud train for a short' honeymoon. The good wishes of a host of friends go with them. The Her. C. Bishop .performed the ceremony.-How Island Review. * * � WHlTPY-^-B'UCHAX A Qtiiat' "bill preuy wedding was solemnized at' Knox church 'oh .Monday, March 25, Rev, W.' F'. Hums officiating, wlien Florence Dizaie, daughter of Alfred Whitby, of Leicester. Kng., became the wife of Joseph liuehan. of this city. Alter the ceremony the wedding party were entertained at. the home of .Mrs. Bench, (itli street south, where a .buffet lunch was served to a few intimate' friends of the bride and groom. Miss Margaret Beach and Mr. Clarence Geiger supported the bride, and groom. The groom's gift to the bridesmaid was a pearl and amethyst brooch, and to the best man a cameo scarf pin. The bride received many useful and beautiful presents.  *  MEDV1N- KDN113 Mr. James Melyin, of Barons, Alia., and Miss Helen Sharp Kdnie, of Big-gar. Scotland, were united in marriage by Rev. Alex. Esler, at. Grace church manse on Saturday, .March _�:!. Miss Ednfe. had just arrived from Scotland; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin will reside in Barons.  - * � �> ''  GENERAL ? The War Service Committee of i Wellesley Collego announced that a j unit composed of eight Wellesley graduates and one Radcliffe graduate, all doctors, nurses or widely experienced social workers, will sail for Franco early in April to work among the repatriation camps In southern, central and western France under the Ked Cross. ShopEariyonTnursday This Store Will Close at 6 P.M. On Thursday Evening .;, ?  * O A Now York report, says: Because she did not, thing she was properly billed at, the I'alac.e .Tiealre today, and for other reasons which" are characterized as "differences of opinion," the Marchioness b� Aberdeen and Temair left the stage oi the theatre at the end of the afternoon performance of "My Lady's War, tlhr-den Party," at the conclusion of which she was supposed io speak for.';child saving work in war time," without addressing the audience. As a result. o� Lady Aberdeen's action, the Palace management cancelled the act, which was. presented by Lady Agnese. Lady Agnese, when seen late in the afternoon, refused to say much for publication, contenting herself with the prediction that,;.' tha case would assume sehsaitibnaT"developments before it was over, and hinting at the possibilities of a 'suit against the theatre, The statement given out by the Palace, management follows: .,"Tlie Marchioness of Aberdeen, who waV in the wings, refused to appear on the ground that .Miss Evelyn Nesbit had been billed over her as headllner and because she had not been allowed the star dressing room. "This situation arose from the fact that the Palace management, at the request of the Aberdeeas, had not regarded Her Ladyship, as a vaudeville performer, but as a great lady'who kindly volunteererd to speak iu aid o'l a charily, this being' done In;.'order that the Aberdeens might not appear in a light which would affect theli social standing at. the court of King George. "However, Lady Aberdeen would not appear, and the Palace thereupon cancelled the act inasmuch as the contract called for the personal appearance of the Marchioness of Aberdeen." Lord Aberdeen, when interviewed at, the Waldorf tonight, where he addressed (he Duthia .Scottish Recbal Conference, was inclined io make nothing sensational out of the affair. In fact, while, speaking of the mattei as a "delicate subject,'1 and showing no desire to talk or details or particulars, he was inclined to brush the whole matter aside. "It simply is a difference of opln-. ion," Ire said. "We had no trouble with the act: at other theatres, and played at Mount Vernon, Newark, Brooklyn and at the Fifth Avenue heatre here. The number of people who came up and congratulated Lady Aberdeen on her speech was astonishing." Asked point blank as to whether Lady Aberdeen had objected to being booked second to Evelyn Nesbltt on the Palace bill, or had taken exception to occupying No. 2 dressing room, Lord Aberdeen said lio would rather not make any statement on that'score. Mis', Lordship seemed inclined to think 'there would be no ault in connection with the trouble, adding: "What would be the use of a suit wlien- we can settle the matter amicably outside? The act is lmplj deferred. I wish you would say that In the paper. . It did not appear last nfght, and it is-not certain just when it will appear-again." Lady Aberdeen tonight issued the following statement: "1 regret very much that" the persons responsible for the advertising which appeared In the New York papers this morning at^ tempted to convey to the public the idea that 1 was appearing as a performer upon the program of the Palace Theatre this week. No person reading these advertisements could come to any other conclusion, yet the Palace Theatre management knew full well that my sole interest has been to explain to the public, the nature of the movement in which 1 have been so deeply interested, and with which my name has been so long connected." OH BOY! Am t it grand to carrr the original'1 Pa s pack home Irom tile war. ;