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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 1G, 1913 TIIK LETniminGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 THAW AND HIS NEW HAT To-day BIJOU THEATRE To-day COMPLETE CHANCE OF PROGRAM The Indian's Secret TINY HER H rama A Ii In A Den Of Lions HER HERO'S PREDICAMENT A Ilin-lloarliig Comedy Feature Feature SHERMAN THEATRE TONIGHT TO-DAY Your Last Chance The Drummer of the D A NTE'S Thaw, wearing his new straw hat, and surrounded by a group of officers at Coaticook. will tell u! the same after teeing it DELINQUENTS ARE tell you tnn is the beit circus drama produced trikmgly pmtual nspirlng nstructive A Real Feature You Should See The Empress The immortal poet's vision of hell 1252 for FINE JOB PRINTING Having added several new type faces and ceveral styles of superior quality stock to our equipment, wo are in a better position than ever to serve you. Wo aak for the. oppor- tunity to show you the grade of work ivo can produce, The Herald Job Dept. A. E. Smith, Supt. "Cleansing Che oity't Is the problem Q.' S. (ng to sfilr the is wiiitiyor vita appwbntly a cr deiTof luccw. H.lfi no easy -tiu U not Bound ske, but Mr. Fan In a i and anyone who visits thft plant when It-is" working, and II is'well worth .visiting, can only say tbat lie'has pat iron V basis thai sanitary to the last. word. 1 Four, years ago last spring Mr. Far- .row cnnie rom.Calgnry anil bought thn little sleam laundry on Fourth ,E3t, S. U.was.a small con com In a small building, Mr. Farrow applied his years of experience and within a short forced to build the much larger building on Iho corner of 4th Ptrect and Cth avenue. To I Ms ad- ditions have been added until now it COMING Monday, September 22 Labor Day in 3 Showing the most thril. ling auto races ever helt in Canada One Department Which Produces Revenue in Saving- Chihtven for Vy At the Sherman Dante's "Inferno1" last night wis a distinct and the Management scored" yet another triumph In pre- senting patrons with a form ot enter- tainment that interests, Instructs and elevates. As the many scenes are un- I folded, tbe auditor in awed amaze- work of the DepaEtmeat ol meat at the marvellous production, Neglected Children since January 1, Word pictures fail utterly to express and beauty of this, the immortal poet's vision of hell; no cou- the largest laundry south of gary employing between SO and -10 persons and sometimes more. Bui it fs in the equipment that the greatest- change has made. Since coining 'uuder the "new management, thousands of "dollars had b'esa lii Where there were three washing machines, row'.there are elgb't; where" there was one ex tractor, now there are four with a starch extractor Additional. The 1 at efit in.mangling machines have Letn added. Natural gas la used-in heat Ing the irons. Equipment has been added for marking and handling goods. Mr. Farrow says the building Is cot planned to suit him, but that Is to bo remedied. Every; piece.of new equipment added has been ot the lat- est design. Mr. .Farrow Is vory proud of the special tn.uEpr.ient. for laundering lace curtains. U would be worth the house- wire's time to visit the plant to sec bow U is.done. Then the plant makes its own almost like the soft soap mother used to better. The concern buys an average of worth of tal- low every month for this rjurnose. U is a manufacturing Industry nn the side. The business of the plaut is grow- ing. Mr, Farrow admits that-he has made pcod here and is now looVIng to the future. .In fact, ne designs In.hfs mind for the fineat steam laun- dry .plant' In and be has Sought a eite for it. He has secured about 100 feel on Iho corner, of Clh avenue south and south, a block west of his -present' plant, where erected a fine stable'Is accpmmodote the- ten head of hortcs needed theV delivery1 "department. Hppide this'ft B new laundry building Mill be erected some day] it will go all the up-to-date machinery of Hie present plant together- with everything that is latest in steam laundry" machinery. It is costly, but Mr. Farrow says it pays. And it Is setting the business. Large ship- ments from outsido points arrive, every day to he laundered here.'1 The business is growing. "It 3s an import- ant Industry that is meeting with the Buccfss It deserves. 1913, has proved doublD i.fcat- ol I preceding year for a cor respond log period. The number of cases dealt with has been enormous. department'has been fortunate in for practical- ly all the, children who have come under the carp Q[ Department from various places in -the province. Ono sixty-seven chil- csptJon of the enormous time and ex- FOR THREE COM. FORT MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY A TRULY SPLENDID TWO-REEL DRAMA "The Spy's Defeat" Matinees 2 to 5-15 Other Good Ones Evening 7toll-15 action. the auto races, showing the three terri- ble accidents cauped by the cars col- liding while racing at full speed, and possible to realize, however, the1 Mil- ano Co.-'achieved such results. To Bay it is the greatest series of pic- drcn have been placed on probation jtures ever presented is not an in various places, and the records are -gyration, as so powerful aro the good. It is.a significant fact that it j Denes' depicted, it Is an otter ITTIFOS- has only necttsaiy .to eight lenity "to .describe them. They will hoys to a'Tdoraiatoiy school during .fae Ei10wu .for 'the last time tonight, the past. year. This record is the and every mailr and child best in probation bi any place on the American- Continent. Probation lias proved, its success, and it is not costly. The Departnient should mafce" an effort to Ire present. "In a Dm -cf. Lions'" at Starland The big circus thriller. "Ii the Den ol Neglected Children, unjprtuijaftely Of which cornea to the Star- is" a r.t3pn-reventie'rprriducing depjict- -land ment, and must be considered which-has lo be met. floes arc-not possible under J Protection' Act except in- cases pi in-1 terffWcv'and as tlic-cases-arc and- d of ever b'edn Is the most Tuesday at Etarland. ff Splendid Programme at the Empress The grand two- reel feat in c play, "The Spy's by the celebrated Efeanay Co.. will be projected, again tonight for theVast time. :i This ploy was enthusiastically received by the audience last night, as it de- served to be. Everything ih at. goes to make a tine play been requis- itioned, and the result is perfect- It Is decidedly .1 play to see. "What God Hath Joined Together" ariTtg reproduction 4s another good drama, full of intense adventure that has Interest that appeals strongly to the U is literally one all through, [with never a U moment from start to Un- The comedies arc full of fun. In "The the lady's ifiea Ap- CONVENTION OFMNAJIIAN CHAR. 1TIES AND CORRECTIONS OPENED AT WINNIPEG Hishop Fnllcn olliciatcd at .the mar- riage o! his Ijrotlitr Frank, a Lon- don Insurance inao, and -Miss Howena Burns. menl wild an amazing story of in- LETHBR1DGE LAUNDRY CO., LTD. THE ONLY SANITARY LAUNDRY IN THE CITY The only Lnundry in Ihc cily tlint lias a large sum of money invested in Hie plant, and pays.a heavy lax. It is the only laundry lliat'cmploys.a large luflulicr of wliite people who spend their money in every legitimate-business in the cily. Now, dear reader, ore you giving it the support that you should. Think it over seriously nnd give us your next bundle. We respectfully solicit your palronnge. P. 0. BOX 477 C.S. FARROW, Manager PIION'E 451 dealt by On the other hand, if the children are allowed lo degenerate into crim- inals, the cost will be from lour to five thousand dollars for the stite to Pathe's Weekly and a great comedy "Does Art- rerLJslnn; and for Friday arid commence-1 Saturday a magnificent t'-vo-reel fea- ture, Governor's by the number of the circus careen inrti. preventive nature of the "ral, scene which the heroine 'oi the play, a prettjr wire Trailer, plunging headlong from the The Children's Protection Act ot high up in Alberta is tl.c best act ol its kind he big tent into the great area In work which Rives this department its great .value tu the province. use on the American Continent, j and its show a gooil record iin good Innds o( Hvcs of childjen, who are drilting into lives of debauchery and crime. Good roads, good public build- ings, are but what are any ,of these unless good citizens are developed and .properly enjoy and them. The great object of this work-is to produce good and upright citizens. The ramifications of this depart- ment turn into innumerable chan- nels in the course of the work. H is to be understood trial inmost cases, tfic difficulties are 'adiusted without going Into court] Local Children's Aid Societies and committees have been organized in various places, and thpie who in- terested ar.d would wish lo join thB local branch, or orgtnlzc a society, arc requested lo communicate with tt.o Superintendent ol Neglected Chil- dren, Old Parliament liuilditigs, Ed- nionfon. which an immense herd cf ferocious ions are pprformlne. How her lorer her from a terrible fete al the risk of hla own life is pbown In a 'cries of wonderful at thn cli- drcd Americans, including a number max of story. a Den of :0i women ar.d rhildren, refugees frdm will be shown at tac usual jTorreon, to have lallen Saltillo. The decline to houie of Pathe has been secured. Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 15. The conference ot Canadian charitifs and uonections opened its business ses- sions here this moining, when a large attendance of detegqtes from aU parts of Canada' and Iho United Ptates was present. The papers read were on tie suhr Jecls of boy p.nd his and "juvenile coats and piobatian in Canada." Owen R. I.ovejoy, secretarj" ol the child labor commission of the" United Slates, in the discussion said that. I street" traders were supposed to ha supporting widowed mothers and to.. he on the way to" the hut the" truth was that most of them were learning gambling, ctgareLU smoking, the diug liabit and all .kinds of adult vices. They had succeeded in New York stats in 'getting tha aga o! night telegraph raessejige'rs put at- 21 years, in view ol the evils con-' ncctcd with boy night telegraph ser- vice. He declared "that. boys were often niado links between _. denizens ol gambling dens, houses .ot "l prostitution and low hotels, and their patrons, anti thus'the boys beconiB- with the worst foroii ol vice. Mexico City, Kept. H.-One hun- will be shown at tac usual Torreon, are rcporicn i prices or-3dmlsslon iomnrrow nl the into tho hands of Inn S'aHanfl The3lre. am! Would rot bo proceeding overland lo nv local thealr'e-foc'-s who ap- [authorit'es at fialtillo H. >rcdate a really good feature. Bijou Thtatre ft Is a mailer of regret that the Johannesburg, Sept. tional stories arc current regarding the conference between the govern- r ment officials acd the mine leaden, ing a 1 which resulted in a settlemrnt m tha force to their rescue, they 'gold.mir.e strike July 5 last. ;Thfl say, that Ite rebels might commit. labor leaders assert that Qea. upon the refugees which t Hotha, ex-premier of the Union ol lake Ihc- o! s program Inst night shown at the j cannot again be shown in the.same would otlitrwlic tc avoid- house These features, ever, can be. held In one city only two The report conies officially from Sallillo, but has r.ot been confirmed. American embassy had been ad- A FATAL JOY RIDE 'Winnipeg, Sept. unknown youtb, about 22 years believ- ed to be a Hebrew, sustained such se- vere Injuries whsn -thrown from a st6len automobllo during the early hours of this morning UtAt he died while on the way (b thf hospital. The automobile belonged to Louis MarXs, 325 Hoyd avenue, and wafl taken dur- ing tbe night from' the garage at the rear ot residence, apparently by the dead youth, and some others. Tlio police arc looking for a compan- ion of the deceased who WAR Been In the vicinity Immediately after the ac- cident. Hamilton's polce duel says cells there arc as as any Canada, despite the complaint Edilcr Uogcrs ol Toronto. Winnipeg In Moving -The big ''made In pictures, which are lo be shown for ths first lime In Lethbrldge next Monday and Tuefdar will be especially Interesting to th6 different Unions in bridge, as U will give them an Idea (rf how their union brothers celebrato tabor Day In Winnipeg. All the principal happenings In Win- the ntpcp: on Labor If n. arc fnllhfii in j ly- produced' for your'ntnifsemenl and of I education. Psrades, sports of all Winnipeg's fire department la can foreign office to investigate and do whatever is possible to relieve ;he Americans, prove true. should the report iiijiv ___ days, and will be presenled at the Monarch the second night. To. say the programme Is absolutely great Is putting It mildly. Patrons of the Bijou, however, are lo be treated to a continuous round ot great productions, and tonight's lead- er, "The Indian's will be no exception to the rule. The story is cleverly wrjttcn nod distinctly fas- cinating: the acting ana sieging Is extraordinary.-1 A. beautiful: Rex drama, "The Cap" of and the- whirl of laughter "Her Dean's Pro- complete a fine "large" programme .to everybody's liking. At- tend the Dijou; It's dlillnctly a bene- fit South Africa, and General Smuts, minister of the interior, mines defence, were compelled at the point ol a revolver to sign the agreement. Dr. Smuts has issued a'denial ol'.' this. Montreakrs will to .cele- brate the centenary.of tbe battle ol Cbteauguay.on October. 2t. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGB TOO! Wffla, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these IJCTORMATTOK fmr TO Lethbridgc Branch T, Brymner> ;