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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER .'I, 1915' THE LETHBRIDGE PAGE FIVE MAJESTIC Tomorrow, Thurs., Nov. 4 B. E. LANG offers for the Twelfth Succcessful Consecutive Season THE FAMOUS SUPERB SCENIC PRODUCTIONS THURSDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY MATINEE: "TIPPERARY MARY" A BREATH OF MIRTH AND MERRIMENT FROM Seats Now Selliugv at Hedl'fey Drug Co t i WITH THE SAME UNEQUALLED COMPANY COMPOSED ENTIRELY OF CLEVER GIRLS CHANGE OF BILL EACH NIGHT SPECIAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The Greatest Program of Musical Comedies Ever Offered this Popular FRIDAY NIGHT ONLY THE CLEVER DANCE REVUE THE DREAM GIRL DAINTY. GIRLHOOD GORGEOUSLY QOWNED SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY THE FANTASTIC OPERATTA "BARON HUMBUG" A TUNEFUL MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA MAIN FLOOR-lst 13 rows, 75c; next 7rows, 50c. BAlCONY-lst 3 rows, ?5c; next 3 rows, 50c; 200 Seats at 25c Saturday Matinee: Adults 25c; Children loc THE BALKAN SITUATION Romantic Wedding of Canadian Soldier riRr FOLLOWS MSIT or ALLIES AIR RAIDERS The map shows.clearly the situation In the 'Balkans, aui the immediate effect war -the Germanic allies can be conjectured. The surrounding countries favorable, to tb'e Entente are Removing The Great Dreiid Anxiety'for-the'future is the greatest' .source of worry, and naturally so.' Few men are able to save rnuch, are notaware.pf any way oi: investing .small amounts to advantage! To meet "this very difficulty the Canada Life Monthly Pension Policy was devised, and it serves its purpose perfectly. :.v-''Fora moderate annual ipayment the annuitant secures R guaranteed income commencing at age. an3 whtiriuing monthly throughout his hie. ami no.tjess then 10yearsiniany.event. die befofe reaching 05 his estate will at the; are guaranteed1 for, CHII be made, too. to continue. monthly payments' to hia wife or child for life, should cither survive him.- A still further aiivahtage is that shares !n the substantial promj'of'the LIFE t -SKEITH LETHBHIDQE A poit'eurd willbritljr you full rtjitani. tUs raosl complete forhi of insumacc. ASSURANCE COMPANY .69 (London, Eng., Lhroniclt) A true romance of the war was celebrated at the picturesque littlp village church at Guil t'erday, when a wounded Canadian! soldier, Lance-Corporal Albert Ed- ward Graves, of the oth Western Cavalry (first Canadian was married to Miss Phyllis a daughter of the village tailor The bridegroom, who i a Canadian farmer, fought in the South -VF ic n. War" and was one of the gallant bund of Canadians who suffered 'on Hill GO, being gassed, ami so b dlj in his right thigh that he till ha to iisc two sticks to walk Vfter heing discharged fi'om tht ho pital he ivas. taken to the beautiful'bungalow in. the park of Irene Oi-good, UIP well known novelist, which she h; converted into, a convalescent home for. wounded soldiers. It was here, onlj week no Graves first-met his brhlo. While hoh- blmg fhrongh fie aii attrac- tive maiden approached. They spiiled and stopped to chat their tion being curtailed bv a young-man who appeared and accused the "wound- ed soldier ot stealing ,tiie girl'b heart away "The Canadian reluctantly retired. But before he had gone far'the girl caught him uo fehe remonstrated with him for sitting on damp grass, ant! helped him to his feet: The casual acquaintanceship ripen- ed so lapidH that next daj Graves proposed ami as accepted M the first opportunity he rushed olt to i WON'T WORK WITH TURK St. .'Catherines, Ont., Xov. cause one'man, classified by them us .i.Turk, is still employed by the. conir I ifiei their demands to discharge 'urn .5 Armerians employed by 1 McECennon Dash and Metal WorKb ;Co, on strike The Ar- menians who generously to St. _par.riotic .rund, declared (hat the TmK retused to auj- thms Thej object to with an enemv of their'race. j Railway station aUMnlltieini, Germanj-; the1 Allies'- aviators had dropped incendiary bombs about H hr a 'ANAMA SEEKS LOAN IN U.S. Panama, Nov. as- sembly, after a disorderly session to- Northampton, stopped at the first day passed a bill authorizing ijetteller's shop, bought an I garment ring a feu later lit; wab Ijatk in Northamiiton buying a wedding ring and preparing poira to borrow in the united States with which to rehabili- tate the, finances, of the! country The -opposition endeavored to force for marriage. The wedding made _____________ _ thr occasion of cjmte a village hph-jfoi boirowmg the mow, which the th bnuk from amona three t ru tli for dtscoyerieB in connection eft (ol 1m ml 1 nicks IK-LI, so toritiected a rod tint the tiresffturft of a foot nil] app'i them to aU heels at once, I CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VICHY LOW BOITtfl) TK1P FROM TO CALGARY, EDMONTON, flrM KOOTENAY LOG. AND EAST VirCR IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANS-ATUANTIC S.S. LINES J'u kcls on salt1' from November loth to De- cember 3lhl. mid soocl for Ihe inonlhs. TITROtHUl STANDARD TOURIST arrt lull Information lit M Canadian Pacific Railway OSIcJn S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lctlibrldst- R. DAVV8ON, District PHtengtr Agtnt, ...r ;