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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAIO HERALD PAGE FIVE BRIM NAVAL FEATS WON ic; (By itouUr's Ottawa Agency). London, July 24.-The heroic ox-plo.lt of the bottUoK up of ZoBbniggo and Oatend is recklled by today's announcement of,the awarding of series of new Victoria Crossos la tho�o members of the crows of vessels which took part, whole deedB are fully re-conded in the London Gazette as fol-' lows; Captain Alfrbd Francis Blakonoy Carpenter, R. N. for "most conspicuous gallantry." He commanded the Vindictive and set o maenlflcdnt example by bis calm compo.Buro while nuvlgat- NECDSl IRON - AT T(IW�^ pat color iato Thoro �at�^ bo oe bean*, Uful. Miilthy/ rotycbc�ln4 women wltH� out Iron. Tlio trouMa In Uio' past tiris bom tbat who* women ne*4> �naraltytool, wW^^ftwnl Mtomacti n4.>''dfi. ated 'Hilo pMUcutar form ofl iiinekan nor tniuTo tli� teeth nori uS2l Iho Stoiw^^ It w">'ncreoj' �?iik.neTou�. irritable, eu-awoni, huBtarU-IOoWnC women In two weeks' tin" W.n��ny InatwCM. I have uard Ik In mv Own praetlea witn "mI iuijJjj!* TWttltS.�l^�>�ni NVXaTIB IMM - -Or. r�Kln�ii� "KlnB iram any. 0M� �rutalH It II tfl�� Lieut. Richard Douglas 8anford, R. N, "cpramanded submarine C-3, and moat successfully placed tlia vessel between the piles of the viaduct and abandoned her. He eagerly undertook this hazardous enterprise although well oware, as v^ore all the ' crews, that If means of rescue failed and ho or any of the crew were In the water at the moment of the explosion they would be killed outright, yet Lieut. Sanford disdained to use the 'gyro' steering gear which would have enabled bim and his crew to abandon the submarine at a safe distance and he preferred to make sure as far as humanly possible of the accompltih ment of his duty." Lieut. Percy Thomas Bean. R. N. V. R., motor launch 282. "LI. Bean handled hfa boat In a .magnificent and heroic manner, when embarking ofll cers and men from the block ship at Zeobrugge. He followed the blpck ships In and closed with the Intrepid and Iphegeiiia under constant and deadly Are from machine ' gUhs and heavies at point blank range, embarking more than 100 Officers and men. When this work was completed Jind he was proceeding from the canal he heard that an ofllcer was In the water. He rescued the officer and then proceeded, handling the boat through the manoeuvres. Three men w�ro shot down by his side while he conned his ship. On clearing tho entrance to the cfliial the steering gear broke down. He manoeuvred the boat and avoided complete destruction by steering so close under the molo that the German batteries w^re unable to depress sufficiently to fire on the boat. The whole of this operation was carried out under constant 6iaohlne gun fire from a few yhrds and It Is gololy due to the ofllcor's courage and daring that motor launch 282 sucoeeded In saving so many." Captain Edward Bamford, D.S.O., Royal Marines Light Infantry. "This olT.cer- landed on the molo from tho Vindictive with three platoons on the Murine storming forces. When on the molo and under heavy fire ho displayed tho greatest Initiative In com-fmandlng his men, and disregard for dangur showed a magnificent exampio to his men. He llrsl established a strong point on the right, of his disembarkation and when satlsded that It wos safe he led his men In tho asisault on a battery to tho left with the utmost coolness and valor." Sgt. Norman Augustus Pinch, Royal Marines Artillery. "Sgt. Pinch was second In command In the Pompoms and Lowla guns In tho forotop of tho Vindictive. At men. Of all the .persons In camp, ,lu1^B finds Joy Fansworth, dnughtcr ot the Buperintondont, thn most "svm-pathetic." He finds that ho has sovGr-al rivals, however, amoiii; them ono liUriy luniherman tt&mftl Jim Diirrfess. How ho dlBcovets that nurBfi.is is n thiof and a scouhdrel of tho woist sort, and succeeds In saving tho cami� pay roll during a terrific storm In which he and Burgess arc tosHlnir about on the river, and liow .Toy, who liad been made suspicious of .lulos by nurgesB" insinuating rnnmrlts about tho baby, comes to. rind out Julos' great sacrifice, makes n stroni; Para-moujit photoplay-typkally "Bohjin.'' AT THE EMPRESS 000,000 series shown. ot comedies, will bo William Pamum is uhvays welcome hero. Ho Is partlnulnriy wulooino in his latest production, "Tho Heart ot a Lion," which cominonood Its three , , .,- ,, , . days' run at tho Empress thoatro one period the Vindictive was helng | ygg^g^j^y j^j^ Fnrnum plays (he rolo of Bar hit every few seconds, chiefly In tho upper works from which splinters caused many casualties. It was dllH-cult to locate tho guns doing tho most damage, but Sgt. Finch and others In the foretop kept up a continuous (Ire, changing rapidly from one target to another, and thus koeping tho enemy's fire down to a considerable extent. "Unfortunafoly two heavy shells made direct hits on the forotop, which was completely exposed to the enemy concentration of fire. All In tho top were killed or disabled, with the exception of S6rgt. Finch, who although severely wounded, showed consummate bravery by remaining with the battery 'In an exposed position. He once more got the Lewis gun Into action and harrassed tho enemy mole with continuous fire until another direct hit was received. The remainder of the armament then being completely i"onte S�otL o'p'!,J\l^lt*^S^I?ern 'Z'^VYTr his nlachlne gun and In the face ot niovlne nictiirp Iheatios n\eM\v Ch-xr. noy Kemper, who dlHcovGrs that his brother Is a scoundrel only after he has found his own sweethcirt In Dick's arms. He takes refuge from civilization among the forests and does his host to forget everyoiic-hi.-! brother, his sweetheart, even his God-among the lumbermen. Dick, however, has boen awakened to his true self by his brother's anger. He makes up his mind to study for the ministry. And when ho la ordained, his youthful enthusinam gains for him the place of clergyman In the same camp where Barnoy now lives. Barney discover's nick's presence but keeps himself closely hidden. When Dick is attacked by the leader of the woodsmen, however, Barney is forced to come to the front, toll the truth to his mates and do his best to bring his brother back to health. Tho long struggle against death brings to the fore n)I of tho spiritual qualities which Barney thought he had lost. "Tho Heart of a Lion" Is taken from Ralph Connor's novel, "The Doc tor. AT THE MAJESTtC EDUCATIONAL FILM AT MAJESTIC. Following Is what the Torimto papers say of the film "Birlh " which will bo shown, to ladles only at tho Sfajestltf Theatre next Monday and Tuesday nights; "An e-iiucntionnl film ontltlod "Birth" Is being shown at .MaH?ey Hall this week for women only, and It is one ot tho most meritorions films ever ottered to tho pul)lic. Birth" deals with the care and management of the Infant, and what should bo done and what slinuUl not bo done, both before and aliei- i's arrival In Hilfl world, to protoct it from the Innumerable perils that nicnaco Its e.x.'fitonce. The picture has been produced so as to make what might seem to tho average woman to bo a dull lesson an interesting study. It covers tho ground thoroughly and cov crs it clearly and ox'plicily. Washing, dressing and fooding infants are given tho treatment that their importanr^ demands and they ore dealt with m such a way that the me�Ra(?e of tho film cannot be misunderstood. It tho picture lays particular oniphaBls on any ot tho reaulroments of the Infant It Is upon cleanliness." youthfulnoss aro combined then there is real attraction, and the Boslonlans, as thoy appear at tho Malestic this weolc, poKHosB both these attributes. Thoy possess a complexity ot beauty and brains that holds tho interest ot thn .-ludlnnco oven to tho Inst, moment. The show is worth seeing. For three nights starting tomorrow (Thursday), the Majestic theatre will hold the Famous Bostonlans in their musical comedy ofterlngs. "A thing of beauty Is a joy forever Koats said, and Keats has been hon ored ever since he said it tor his wis dom. And so it la with the Bostonlans "it's loveliness increases." as Keats added, speaking of beauty in general terms. . Tho Bostonlans have played east and west, north and south, and in the directions between these tour points of tho compass, but they never cease their 'attraction, for they possess beauty and beauty is a joy forever. And they possess youthfulncRs, and even where beauty with its potency falls so to do. And when beauty and OrpheuM What can truly bo said to be one of the most pleosing offerings seen at the Majestic thcntro for some con-sidomble (Imo.was tho United Producing Company's presentation ot "Peg o' My Heart" at tho Majestic theatre last night. 'Peg o' My Hoart," liko old wine Improves with age. The more wo laugh with Peg herself, tho more wo love her. The character of the little Irish colleen. Peg, is a source of unfailing delight in the hands of Miss Belvn Morroll. She puts a lovable, lightsome | touch into tho part. Edward'R. Do Tlsnc as Alaric gives Miss Morrell excellent support in the many lighter scenes ot the play, 'showing an artistic conception ot, the "silly awss" scion ot the Chichester household. An excellent company give the two stars of the play good support." "Peg 0' My Heart" will be offered at the Majestic again tonleht (Wednesday) for tho last time here. With tho cool weather, and tho excellence ot tho attraction, the Majestic should be well filled tonight. using the gun to the utivost advan tago. He ran down the Mole with Lieut. Commander Harrison, who, with most of his party, was killed, and accounted for several of the enemy running' from the shelter to a destroyer lying alongside the Mole. This gallant saman was severely wounded whilst working the gun in an exposed position." at least halt of this number. The reason for his popuiarily will be understood by any investigator who visitr the Empress theatre tonight when "A Dbg's Life," tho first ot his new $1,- Why Not Have Your Photo MaHe When At the Fair? You will Mon want one to send overseai. You want a good photo-we make one you'll like. One that will be like you. Allison Photo Studio BALMORAL BLOCK PRINCE AM ISATMCOASI Victoria, B. C, .Tuly 24.-On his way liome from Japan where he presented the baton ot a British field marshal to the Japanese emperor. Prince Arthur ot Connaught arrived f here this afternoon. Hp was met by the Lieut!-Governor, 3ir Frank Barnard, Major-General Leokie, G.O.C., M.D. No. 1.1, surrounded by representatives of the headquarters staff, and a guard - of honor. Immediately after the, lieutenant governor's welcome. Prince Arthiir inspectfed the guard of honor and proceeded to the steps of the parliament buildings, ' attended by his personal staff and Lieut. General Sir William P. Pulteny, Major, the Earl of Pembroke and Major Batt. s An address of welcome was read by Hon. J. W. DeB. Farris, acting premier In replying, his royal highness aliud' ed to the great^^part Canada had played in the iwar. This evening the prince filW be entertained at a formal banquet at Government House. Tomorrow he will address a number of troops in front of the parliament buildings. It Is evpeot-od that he will later spend a tew days at Cowlchan Lake on a fishing trtp, FIRE IN HANGAR. The Lethbridge Rotary Club EXTEND TO those HAVING CHILDREN at fair grounds AN INVITATION to MAKE USE OF dAy nursery AND EMERGENCY hospital, SITUATED UNDER main GRANDSTAND. qualified NURSES IN ATTENDANCE. HEINTZMAN & CO., LTD. C-o Armstrong & Raworth LETHBRIDGE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT GEORGE BEBAN "Jules "of the Strong Heart" CURES ECZEMA GUARANTEED AND SOLD IN LETHBRIDGE BY THE KENNY �. ALLIN CO., LTD., DRUGGISTS. TODAY THE RUSSELL Musical Comedy In that Big Laughable Farce "The Doctor Shop" Songs, Dances, Comedy and Pretty Girls Evening performance continuous starting at 7 o'clock. Dally Afternoon Matlneet ADMISSION Adults ................. 50c Children............... 2Se AND "HIS UNCLE DUDLEY TWO-REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY REGULAR PRICES Norfolk, Va., July 24.-Fire which started just after noon to-day in an immense hangair at the naval base hero threatened to destroy the structure. Help was summoned from Nor-ftilk. -  The flames spread to the adjoining building and damaged that structure before they were brought under control. The origin ot the fire is not known. When Visiting the STAMPEDE PO HOT FAIL TO SEE THE FAMOUS 1Q.201IND 15-30 TITAN TRACTORS 1^ Alio Goodison and New Racine Threihert INFORMATION AND DEMONSTRATIONS GIVEN CHEBRFUL'ly Itteirnational Harvester Co., of Canada/Uniited ATTHEORFHETJM SNAPPY MUSICAL COMEDY AT ORPHEUM There Is b complete chauge ot program at the Orpheuhi today. T^e Russell Musical Comedy, --featuring Miss Maude Russell, lyric soprano, offer an entirely new Mil tod^y and tomorrow, "The Doctor Shop," \ This bill is a Bcreanf^for comedy and the new song .numibers introd\iced make it a production which, promises to be one of the best yet shown at the Orpheum. ' . Geo. W. Rehn and Porter Wartleld will again fill the roles of "mirth mak ers" with WlIHam H. Scott. At STARLAND George Bebnn, the inimitable por-trajer ot Latin character, in "Jules of (.he Strong, Heart" which - is ihp.w ing at Starland tomorrow and Friday, has created still another Latin role in .rules, a rollicking, laughing heroic figure ot a man. Jules, carrying a wee baby on his arm comes singing down into the Canadian lumher camp wbere moot ot the scenes are laid. His tirsi though is to secure milk for the youngster and after that he attends. to his own wants, securing emidoyment among the rough woodS' EMPRESS-TONIGHT Charles Chaplin IN HIS FIRST MILLION DOLLAR PICTURE "A Dog's Life" THE BIGGEST AND MOST EXPENSIVE PICTURE YET MADE BY THE UNDISPUTED KING OF THE SCREEN. I� PRICES Adults ................... 35c Children.................. 15c Children, Matlneet ......... 5c ^^^^^^ . THE CLEAN.UP All odds against him, he wades into the thick ot the fight, battles for the right, and wins over everyone. WILLIAM FOX Presents WILLIAM FARNUM In Heart of a Lion Based on Ralph Connor's novel "Tho Doctor." LAST TIMES TONIGHT, GOLDWYN PRESENTS MAE MARSH IN FATTY ARBUCKLE at "CONEY ISLAND"-;?Re�l�' PQlly of the Circus!'- 8 Reels TO-NIGHT ^ THE UNITED PRODUCING CO., LTD., PRESENT THE FASCINATING COMEDY OF ALL TIME / 8:30 MOST TEG '0 MY HEARr WITH AN ALL STAR ENGLISH COMPANY AND AN EXCELLENT SCENIC PRODUCTION Prices................,. ..$1.00, 75c, 50c _^_�____�_ THREE D^YS Starting TOMORROW, JULY 25 (THIS WEEK) THE UNITED PRODUCING Co', LTD., & B. E. LANG PRESENT FOR THE FIFTEENTH SUCCESSFUL SEASON THf f AMOUS- IN THE BEST OF NqSIC^AL COMEDY AND COMIC OPERA PRETTY GIRLS GALORE DAZZLING COSTUMES -TWENTY SONG HITS BIGGER, BRIGHTER AND BETTER THAN EVER Prices..................... $1.00, 7Sc, 5*0^ SEATS NOW SELLING TWO NIGHTS, Starting MON. NEXT, JULY 29th FOR THE EffPECIAL BENEFIT AND EDUCATION OF THE MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS OF LETHBRIDGE, WILL BE PRESENTED THE MOTION PICTURE TRIUMPHANT "BIRTH" The Sanctity and Duties of Motherhood SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATION OF THE BIRTH AND CARE OP A CHILD. MOTHERS OF TODAY AND TOMORROW SHOULD SEE THIS _GREAT EDUCATIONAL FILM.__^ FOR WOMEN ONLY Every GirljDver Sixteen Should See "Birth'* TO EVERY MOTHER AND WOMAN DO NOT MISS SEEING ''BIRTH" WHILE IT IS IN _ YOUR CITY. _ "BIRTH" IS ENDORSED BY THE LEADING DOCTORS AND NEWSPAPERS ALL OVER THE WORLD AS A VALUABLE, EDUCATIONAL AND INSTRUCTIVE FILM. DITHERS OF TODAY AND TOMORROW SHOULD SEE THIS WONDER PICTURE, WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS 1FW|', 294922 ;