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'Your King and Your Country Want You,' tho recruiting song by Mr ran] A. Bubens, and dedicated by special permission to the Queen, is unquestionably the song of the hour in England. If is to ho heard at the leading theatres, music halls, and kinema halls, and many of the leading London restaurants are now including it in tho daily programme. An amusing incident occurred on Saturday, October o. at tho New Gallery Kinema, Begcnt street. London, after Miss Kate Holbrook had finished singing 'Your King and Your Country Want You,' the chorus of which concludes : W 7 e shall cheer you, thank you, kiss you, When you come back again. A soldier, bearing traces of having been wounded, stepped up and challenged Miss Holbrook with the remark, '• I've come for my reward." Miss Holbrook, seizing the situation, immediately leant over the platform raik. and kissed" tho blushing soldier, amid the delighted cheers of the audience.

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RECRUITING SONG KISS, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915

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RECRUITING SONG KISS Issue 15692, 5 January 1915

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