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The Rio Grande rattler. ([McAllen], Hidalgo County, Tex.) 1916-1917, April 27, 1918, Image 34

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32 GAS ATTACK BIJOU HOME OF PARAMOUNT PICTURES — CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY — ALL THE LATEST AND BEST PICTORIAL AND COMEDY REELS STRAND REFINED MUSICAL COMEDY A ND TRIANGLE PHOTOPLAYS 2 S o l i d . Hours 2 OF ENTERTAINMENT RIALTO THE HOUSE OF FEATURES PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY OPEN FROM 10 A. ML TO 10 P. PL HARRIS KEITH VAUDEVILLE 3 TIMES DAILY 3 3:00 — 7:18 — 9:00 CHANGE OF PROGRAM Monday and Thursday Ah! That’s the Spot SIoan*s Liniment goes right to it. Have you a rheumatic ache or a dull throbbing neuralgic pain? Y ou can find a quick and effective relief in Sloan’s Liniment. Thousands of homes have this remedy handy for all external pains because time and tim e again it has proven the quickest relief. S o c lean and e a s y t o apply, too. N o rub­ bing. no stain, no inconvenience as is the case w ith plasters or o intm ents. If y o u once use Sloan’s Linim ent, y o u will never be w ith­ ou t it. Generous sized bottles, a t all druggists. 25c.. 50c.. $1.00. In D ivision Society COMPANY H, 105TH INFANTRY, ENTER­ TAIN AT DANCING. The m em b ers of Company H, 105th In­ fantry, gave a delightful dance at the Hotel Cleveland. Music was furnished by the 57th Pioneer Infantry Band. Among the patrons and patronesses were Col. and Mrs. Jam e s A. Andrews, Maj. and Mrs. J. Scott Button, Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Ely, Lieut.- Adjt. and Mrs. Stephen Fifield, Lieut, and Mrs. T. F. Brown. Mrs. John Leary, of No. 621 Fifth Ave., New York City, has announced the m a r­ riage of her daughter, Miss Elizabeth John­ son Leary, to Major Jam e s T a b e r Loree, of Division H e a d q u a rters, 27th Division, U. S. A. The m a rriage took place in the rectory of St. P a tr ick ’s Cathedral, New York City. The Rev. F a ther T. M artin officiating. A breakfast followed at Sheery’s. M ajor and Mrs. Loree will return to Camp W adsw o rth after a brief honeymoon. RECEPTION TO GENERAL AND MRS. CARLETON. A delightful reception was given in the parish house of the Church of the Advent by the m em b ers of the congregation to Gen- and Mrs. Guy Carleton and m em b ers of Gen- Carleton’s staff and their wives. Excellent music was furnished by the 13th Pennsyl­ vania Infantry Band. Receiving w ith Mr. and Mrs. W. H. K. Pendleton were the vestry and their wives who extended a cordial wel­ come to Gen. C arleton and the other new er men. GENERAL AND MRS. LESTER ENTER­ TAINED. Brig.-Gen. Jam e s W. L e s ter was tendered a farew ell luncheon at the H o tel Cleveland by the m em b ers of his staff. His orderlies presented him w ith a loving cup as a fare­ well tribute. Since coming to Spartanburg Gen. and Mrs. L e s ter have m ade m any friends in the city who deeply regretted their departure for their home at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Col. and Mrs. Jam e s Andrews have re­ turned from a week-end stay in Asheville. SANITARY DETACHMENT, 106TH P. A. “ M ike” and “ P a t ” have left us for a rather elongated sojourn to their native haunts. No! they are not both Irishm en— one is a dog. The Sergeant d id n 't obtain a furlough; it is a tem p o rary discharge. I t 's all right, “ P a t , ” but don't spend all your vacation in Buffalo; the old “ Bay S ta t e ” isn 't a half bad tract of country to give the “ once over.' ' “ H a n d b a ll” Farrell, the enlightened gen­ tleman from the Borough, is a bear for the weaker sex. “ Iodine” of the firm of “ Iodine and E ther,'' just obtained an honorable discharge from the Base Hospital to duty. He is now- working at his same old job-—doing nothing and lots of it. Cheer up, M at, you may pull an “ M. D .” “ Tom ” Cunningham, an old “ Border Y e t,” is our one and only reliable source of information. “ Tom” is not a theorist in any sense of the word, he has had actual experi­ ence w ith all forms of human effort. Speak­ ing about animals, how are your dogs todayr Thomas % F ir s t in bed and last to get out is our be­ loved compatriot, “ B o b ” Hyland. “ B o b ” hails from the Bean City of the Bay State. He is a strong believer in preparedness as he goes to bed in heavy marching order. Get upy Bob, time for assembly. “ Gloomy” Lou Nolan was caught the other day w ith the least suspicions of a smile on his face and the more reliable of the “ Gim- m ies” declared it was the first signs of m irth Lou has shown since “ Egg-H ead” Shields' last removed his wearing apparel. ‘4 Egg- H e a d ” always enters the “ Arms of *Or- pheus” in heavy marching order. ^E d itor's Note — Our correspondent's knowledge of mythology is not accurate. H e means Apollo. H I G H HOPES A N D H I G H F I N A N C E . (Continued from page 3) tickets, Stetson hats, serge uniform s, cordo­ van leggins and shoulder bars. All Over, But— By this tim e we either did or did not get those furloughs just as some of us did and others of us did not get the commissions. But Bill the K a iser can never erase from our minds those two final weeks of high hopes and high finance. T h a t is, he can never erase the mem ory unless he erases us along w ith it. Inasm u c h as this will he about the last of this series of stories of this particular O. T. S. it is not going far w rong to express the thanks th a t every m an in both com­ panies of in f a n tr y . and in the battery owe their instructors—from L ieutenant Colonel Taylor, M ajor Button and Captain Clinton down. And farew e lls would be quite incom p lete w ithout a word or so about Company M, 105th Infantry. They w ere the lads detailed to do guard duty and K. P. The average soldier is a queer parcel of hum anity. H e will w o rk as cheerfully as he plays—pro­ vided he is w o rking for him self; doing his own work. But he’ll roar like a lion if de­ tailed to do some other fellow’s work. W ell, Company M did the work that, under nor­ mal conditions, we would have had to do for ourselves. And they did it cheerfully; did it well. Of course th e r e ’s a reason. T h a t reason is, th a t they are GOOD SOLDIERS. W. A. D. S l o c v n ’-S U n i m e n l . KILLS PAIN

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