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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 5,1013 THE LETHBRIDGE BAILT HERALU Page 3 ORDER BY MAIL YOUR FILMS OR PLATES FROM Tb. British and Colonial Photographic Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ALL ORDERS EXECUTED BY RETURN MAIL PRINTING AND DEVELOPING FOR AMATEURS WORK BOARDS IS APPAREN 0 AUCTION SALE -OF- Household Furniture -ON- WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th AT 2.30 Sharp at 615 Seventh Street South, r> Dressers and Wash stands Sanitary Couch Oak Sideboard 4 Iron Beds, Springs and Mat- resses (i dining room chairs Dining room table. Kitchen table Cook Range Folding Bed, Springs and .Mai resses. 10 Kitchen chairs 1 Morris cliBir G small nig=o.?i;tive any change in 1 eadciuartors for the present at li;as.t, becairio 1 bclioM' that Letii-brUige 1.:; rightly located for the carrying on of this great work of giving first aid to the farnVfers, the establishing of a central market in bethbrldge and tributary markets in the smaller towns, ami the creation of harmony among all the commercial interests of Southern Alberta. The work of the board speaks for itself and we believe that more has been done for the farmers in Southern Alberta, and for Lethbridge as a city b\ 'i, ^ �. i,ik than can at firsi be realize,i "The success of the Mi.'ied l ,iin.;iii Convention, under the boarii � tion. indicated the interesi .->-\\ luninali-fied defence of his stew.irdship was made 'by Charles Sanger Mellen. president of the New ,Vcirk, New Maveii and Hartford RaiiroaJ I'o.. bel'ore llie Interstate Commerce Commission >es-terda>-. Taking up in detail, one after the other, the c"harges that have been brought against his management of the railroad jiroperty and various transactions in wliirh the New Haven or its subsidiary conip,nnies have figured, the president gave his explanation of the questions involved. He had practically the whole session to himself, and his testimony occupied three and one-half hours. While replying readily to questions of Charles .V. Prouty and Charles F. Choate, jr., his personal counsel, Mr. Mellen refused to submit to cross-e.\-amination by others, lie appeared as a voluntary witness, his testimoitv v.-as not given under oath, and it was explained to him that the information given today would iici rend.;r him immune to any prosecution the Federal government might undertake. At the outset. President Mellen denied that hc^ liad prnfifed personally to the extent of $1U2,000 by selling tlvree million dollars worth of stock of the New Haven Company, for which he had given his notes. He tald that $oO,OpO of the money in question was paid into the Republican national campaigii fund in 190-i; that 16500 went to the liliodes Island Republican State central committee; other sums to ihe Republican organi-iatlons in New York and Connecticut, and the balance for pier lease pnd other acquisitions. "MY STOMACH IS FINE Since Taking Na-Dru-Gc Dyspepsia Tabiets" Mrs. J. Mcrkhuger, Waterloo, Ont., enthusiastically recommends Na-Dru-Co Dyspep*ia Tablct.s. Her experience with them, M she outlines it, explains why. "I was greatly troubled with my stomach", she write.'!. "I h.-id taken so much m'-dicinc that I wight say to take any more would only be, making it worse. My stomach just felt raw. I read of Nn-Dni-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, and a lady friend told iiie they were very easy to take, so I thought I would give them a trial and really they worked wondeirs. Anyone having anything wrong with his stomach should give I^a-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets a trial, they wjU do the rest. Ky stomach is fine now and I can eat any food," One of the many good features of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets is that they are so pleasant and easy to take. The relief they give from heartburn, flatulence, biliousness and dyspepsia is prompt and permanent Try one after each meal-they'll make you feel like a new..person. Soc, a box at your druggist's compounded by the National Drug and Chemical. Co. of Cauada, I4iiiUcd, Montreal. I4j Guide THE REMARKABLE DRAMATIC SENSATION "The Vengeance of Heaven" 1/LEVER BV �^^OMEDY THE T/^EYSTONE OMPANY I' .\ R r 8 T "THE IDOL OF THE HOUR" A Story, of an Artist's Model. A N .D A ai NE Excellent Attraction at the Bijou The photoplay manufacturers of to-da.v are exerting their best efforts to place before the public films of such educational interest that will tend to elevate, instruct and amuse the general public: notably is th'is so In the three reel Vitagraph subject presented at the model playhouse tonight and tomorrow. In "As Vou Like It" f'.B immortal Shakespeare will be lianded down to posterity in a manner most ijeeoming and a tribute to the learned bard's memory will be presented iu motion photography of such a high standard that its educational value cannot be adequately arrived at. The manufacturers have spared no expense in portraying this remarkable subject, and the exterior and interior settings are ot such rich beauty that words cannot convey the magnincence of the many scenes. The over welcome weekly world's edition of current events as shown In Pathe's Weekly toijether with a very humorous comedy dealing with the suffra gotte question, completes a program of excellouco for which this house is lafnous. For Wednesday and Thur.-day an exceptionally interesting pt -gram is being arranged, full pan culars of which will appear in tomorrow's issue. Watcii for the coining of "The Land Swindlers," a three reel subject dealing with the life of the famous .Vmerican detecMve, W. ,1. Burns. You will surely want to see this, and as il is to be exhibited at the Bijou, this in itself is a guarantee of merit. *  � "The Vengeance of Heaven" Today at Starland The remarkable dramatic sensation, "The Vengeance of Heaven" will be shown at Starland today and tomorrow, and will doubtless attract record crowds at each show at this favorite theatre. The story, which is based upon absolute fact, is presented in a masterly way, by an all star company, in fact the exact same company that appeared in "The Man From Outside," the feature that aroused such favorable comment ou the occasion of its recent showing at Starland. The leading character iu "The Vengeance cf H-caven" is that of Carl DIan, which is admirably portrayed by Mr. Irving Cummiugs, whilst .Miss Gertrude Robinson appears in the role of Anne Haliday, the winsome heroine. % A decided treat is in store for all' theatre goers who avail themselves of this opportunity lo si?o what is undoubtedly the best photo drama of the ceutut-y. Althoufih secured by the inanuge-ment at considerable extra expense, "The Vengeance of Heaven" will be shown here at the usual prices of admission. Parisi and .Magine continue to delight Starland patrons, and will appear ug'-iin today in an entire change of act. � * * Monarch Theatre At the Monarch Theatre tcaight a splendid feature has been secured: "A Protege of Uncle Sam," in two interesting reels. The story is woven in and around the United States .Vavy, and If one of exceptional merit. A roaring comedy "What Katie Old" and the Powers drama "A Man," cornplete a well-balanced programme that is sure to please all. Next Saturday every boy and girl will be given an ice cream cone with each ticket purchased at 5 cents. Watch the kiddies come! � * * , At the Empress The programme at this home of enjoyment Is ngain of the best, and in presenting the great two-reel feature "The Defeat of the Conqueror,^' our patrons are assured this production will excite their interest and lidld thelv attention from beginning to end. Speaking of features, the management wishes particularly to emphasize tho fact that they have the exclusive right to the output of nearly a dozen manufacturers, so that fro- Special Two-Reel Feature for Today and Tomorrow, at the EMPRESS THEATRE "The Defeat of the Conqueror" A Great Mllano Feature THREE CLETOR COMEDIES "THE SMILING LADY" "BONIFACIOS B0N8PIEL" "THE ENCHANTED UMBRELLA" The Great Scenic Picture "THADDA RIVER RAPIDS," and THE CELEBRATED PATHE'S WEEKLY Showing all the Latest European Events The Empress Songster will sing the Great Ragtime Hit. "PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND ME, HONEY" quenters of this house of pleasure are not called upon to sit and look at the same faces and figures all the time, as is the case when the same manufacturer's pictures are continually used. The three comedle.-. "The Smiling Lady," "The Enchanted Umbrella," and "Bonifacio's Bonspeil," will be | found as mirth provoking as any of their predecessors, and up to the Em-j press standard. These, with the ' scenic picture ot the Adda River Rn-! pids, will make up a programme surt to delight a.nd please our patrons. In addition to the above Miss Ethel \ Sutherland, the Empress songstress, ' will sing the great rag-time hit, "Put | Your Arms Around Me, Honey."  *  Grand Diamond Ring Drawing at the Monarch Theatre Tuesday night next at 9 p.m., at the' -Monarch Theatre a big diamond ring drawing will take place. Since the, last bread drawing coupons have been attached to tickets sold, each coupon being good for a chance. Coupons will be given with every ticket sold up to the last minute on Tuesday night, and they are all good to Secure this prize. Souvenirs Bring Immense Prices Monarch Theatre TOMORROW, MAY 6th GRAND DIAMOND RING DRAWING 4; OTHER \ FEATURES 10c-15c. SPECIAL ICE CREAM TINEE-Ice Cream' Cones ir the Kiddies next S'aturday, v.-:;.. every ticket, 5 cents. 14 I ^7. \ Monarch Theatre TONIGHT Special Feature In Two Parts "A PROTEGE OF UNCLE SAM" A Gripping Naval Drama 21 OTHER ) FEATURES | 6? 10c, 15c. Kiddies-An Ice CreEtm Cone with every ticket, Saturday Matinee. London, IJay 3.-.\t the second ses-.sion of the Urowning sale, held today at Sothcbys, the originals ot the love letters which passed between Roht. Browning and Elizabeth Barret previous to their marriage in jlS'lb'. numering 2SI from the former i and 287 Ironi the latter, passed into the hands of Frank T. Sabin, brother oi Joseph F. Sabin, the Nov,- York I dealer, for $32,75U, while the poet's old friends looked on in dismay. The lirsl bid was S3,000, the contest developing rapidly into a du'l between Bernard Quarilcli and Frank T. Sabin. After ten thousand had been reached, the two men capped each other's offers by $250, Sabin nnally winning. A curious old green leather case, and an inlaid box that held the two I sets of letters and added the llavor ! of romance to the occasion, v/ere passed about almost reverently. Alessrs. Quaritch and Sabin met in another duel for tho autograph manuscript ot Mrs. Urownlng's "jSonnets l''rom the Portuguese", Mr, Quaritch getting tho manuscript for $5,-SCO.and also tho original manuscript of Mrs. Browning's "Aurora Leigh"-, for $4,CjO. One hundred and forty letters of Browning to Miss Isa Blagdcn went to Mr. Quantuh .for .$1,80?. Mr. Sabia bought the original manuscript of "Hcrve Kiel", for $250, a note book " of Mrs. Browning's with fifty-eight poems, (some ot them unpublished), for $.360, hsr manuscript criticising her husband's poems tor $480, and some early drafts of sonnets tor $3,100. Mr. Hornstein, another deaUr, purchased the manuscript of Mrs. Hrowii-inil's "Prometheus Bound", to;: $300.' the autograph manuscript of her "Essay on Mind" for $$960, and the original autograph manuscript of ''.Vsolando", Browning's last volume of poetry published on the day of his death for $4,950, after a fight Ts-ith Mr. Quaritch. Many New York literary people attended the sale, including Mrs. R. W. B. Brpwning, the painter's widow, silent and inactive ; Mrs. Stephen Wheeler, the chief present day authority on Walter Savage Landor, ^ looking for Landor items ; Mr. and ; Mrs. Wilfrid Meyenel, with their ' son, all friends of Browning ; Miss Helen Angela Rossetti and Mrs, Wm. I .\llingham. The PRIZE WINNERS In the SpringStock Shcvv April 24th- in Lethbridge for heavy draft horses, were, put in condition with Caldwell's MolesseB Meal The owners, viz., The Weetern Transfer Co., The City Cartage Co., and George T. Plaag are keenly alive to the value of this meal as an unequalled stock food. If you have not given it a trial, why not? It is a money saver. -Phone or write J. C. Hanrahan Feed iVIercljant, Athletic Park, : Phone 349 03 1593 78 ;