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Title: Royal gazette and colonist daily
Physical Description: 25 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Bermuda Press
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: 1921-1945
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the Bermuda Library, Hamilton, Bermuda Islands.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 1921)-v. 25, no. 305 (Dec. 31, 1945).
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Preceded by: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Succeeded by: Royal gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1946)

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Roal Oa53ette anb

INCORPORATING THE ROYAL GAZETTE (Established 1828) &nd THE


Colonist


Wait*1


BERMUDA COLONIST ,Established 1866)


HAhliLTON


BERMUDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1924.


PER COPY 3d or 6 cents -$ta/.


TiH ..:..i. ELECTIONS.
THE _.i'. Sl:-. A STEAMSHIP
SUBSIDY.

Twin KrM ..,. -. eirmuda's
Prospects.


With i:..l ..- for -ssem bling
of Pauli' r i. for to-day
one d'efii. p towards the so-
lutiolf of 3B:-!, a h' present pro-
b)le s li, F! b:' -"-n r .:ken. Butt
altliougi, ii:' .-' 1.1 Ic'eeping i p-
stairs. e '-. .1 i .-- tr ing space
after n -' each -.rp, that
breatlhi ., be very
long.
The ,...- ..-'j of Parlia-
mIent vil b> r .*- -oltion of
our 'Oilt.. t' I t e pass-t
in o)f ",e u-- bEt-
ter i",.!... ... ..i. -- but
both i .. _:- ': a 'i-
sired end., ;. : ..,:e; f ihev er as-
sem ble.z it .'i. rt- never lo
anything '- .- mbld,


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either i _
President
fiof office :
Thubsidi-.:
crill had ,T!
So fai -.
.;e then a;
{ile but :l :
Hot(-! i- "

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The butil 'i


! : "-_ -, ** :"t "i:. It Villl
-,and nov' tho-
it.
Sotti':' m.iatters
S I i,'C. of
S.',? the Acvembly
11i v r-e 'proper
-- i r tion but
i. ,l (tOll i bett
e""- -i mio';: i ntlis.
h however,
*:,_ iiu vliich at,
:*,, 3 :' Beri tudla's

7', i.i t-.o:ert inlity
-'. d by con-
:. ,-."_ iua ns with
of .r, when
ial election
.-;''. ow i'ih stean,-
S:. Iii Bida were
ci:,. Iii the States.
:.'"i.: t or .the Vice-
i. .lrc (f anothlier year
*" l .i- 1. Beimuda our
:'-p sel'vice
'' ,.' ; ve.Lr to run.
'__ ., "-. '. concerned,.
1 prospect of
. ."_: .,,: ,rlErmudiana
Si -, .', otrit,.-. to-
,* 1, -1l bene-
S .- ii. ,t trade.
Siho .-1 i. in-


selfarai bl- c ?" 1 i -< i .tl.thtl e' con-
tinu-i'c :'. : :- i.. dil efficient
-.tean;, i,, : . v,:.i- thi; .yeal.
while .1: re idy for
occupantl- r'.t r :: riin.'.ancle' of rthe
regular ic.. :_ ,i':.i vice is clotud-
ed v.ith li :.:iii -. iinitil the sub-
sidy queL1 i.i i0' 'itely settled
for a ftUi : -.:nr .
As the l. lu;. .. -.i of Berlinu-
da's othi-i :a :. .,pptLars-to be
closely t:o,. 1 1. -','h the con--
titlnuanc: ':i .. '-: trale. little
progi'e-A -i! ; i;iiit :': by tlie As-
semnbly ev. n .: ..:- iieet until
. the sttub il\ :l u :i i. i; settled one-
way or :i ,-..i'g. t fact, from,
present indl.i-, a!s- r:i-here hardly
seems a clii- .i ia ;: s tile question
of subsid.- (C' if'j subsidy is con-
cerned, th ,- o-:.:. 'Wi'. bei iing ill
the miattc-i ofi u i (, coince-sionls.
The elect,.. ,; i -.: Pr' idclent of
the United S..t..ir. i- of course,'
outside oit lrh.: :.ui -i-:tion pf the
people of Betr'_ i.,i- but the ter-
minatio) i :t:- feeling of
uncertain; .. '* i -0 our New
ork t: quite aln-
o;her nm-i:- .- which it
is fervently :.* i: t., ilie Ahssem-
bly \will t..ic .... *'. a soon0 as
possible. -. (,- ;.-r questions.
i may b? i: ". 1.. without
unnecessai. d'. -
During 'thi ,.-. ve years (since
thIle- sul)i).. .. ,: .. in effect)I
we have b:-' : .'.,: \it--ui.om ed0 to
noting t:.. :. '. :,,.. in oyr
revenue. *:. L'?,j.0i)0 in
1911to i :.' :: n 1923. At
the s ur ex-
penditu'.r- .. -.i t'9,000 in
1914 to 'J in 1923.
With a. ", *. -teaiship


Co;ati!. t- oni pige 6
T ,",,'" i

500 000 Used .,..:a and British
West j.!7,.4. St,amps
I pa. '!oii. 't!ics than any
America- :,r E,-i-ls dealer. Have
paid Bermindinii- i..'ver 80 in the
past ye,, -.:r t, n used stamps.
Send nm,v, l.' ,. 1 have, and I will
remit- by r.titr:1>l.il.
Reference- u-.u.: IeCinuda..
I 11ld ,


Avr'n.Noi r. s T.S1.8A.

New Zealaiilo.1. u:-ialsalp
for ~ f~ ie rlluda (any
quamrtity G; tVthie in return,'
Send ii.1 ,a:-,5 g-el 11(10 iries iiii tC(I.
"The Domini"~ Stgnip Exchange"
..Levin, New Ziealand.
23 56 ",550. w.t Ii


ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL.

B.A.A. Cup Competition.

Draw and Rules.

It has been decided by the Foot-
ball Committee of the Bermuda
Athletic Association to run the
1924-1925 competition for the
Board of Management Cup on the-
knockout system as usual. At:
first it was thought that a league
would be the means of increasing
interest in the game., and while
undoubtedly it would, the expense
of transportation for teams from
one part of the Island to another
was the principal difficulty.
Ten teams have entered, and the
draw resulted as follows:--

1st. Round.

A Serpentine R.C.


B
C
O


St. George's Athletic Club.

Ro, al Engineers.


'D B.A.A.
E I.I.A.; F. H.M.S. Malabar; G
Ro.:al Artillery; H The' Norfolk
Regiment; I Staff and Depart-
mlents; J Sandys R.C.; byes.

2nd Round.
*'* ~ ~ '


Winner of
C and D.
E. v. F.
.G. v. H.
t. v. J.


A and B v. Winner of


Semi-Finals.

Winner of first two in 2nd round
v. Winner of last two.
The dates arranged to date are:-


A: v. B.: November 11th
visional..
C. v. D.: November 6th.0
E. y. F.- Novembem 15th.
0. Hv. H: November 22nd.
I. v. J.: November 29h.


Winner of A. iand B. v. Winner
of C. and D.: 1December 4thi.
T.ile dates' for the remaining
lnateks will be fixed as soon as it i s
seen which teams will figure iin
the semi-finals.
Following are the rules which will
govern the co petition:-

"1. The compI)etition h.ll be
iikno'vn as the "B.A.A. Football Cup
Co petitionn" and halll be played
under the rules of the Football
Association.

2. The entire control and ma-
nagement of this competition shall

Continutied on page 0b
--00-
CRICKET.

Serpentine B. v. National C.C.

The time of this match was giv-
en in error in our last issue as 1.30
"p.m., Whereas it, is to be an all day
match, beginning at 10 a.m. to-
morrow on the B.A.A. Ground.
These are the teaml:- i

Serpentine "B."

H. Hayward (capt), A. Walling-
to011, Q. Vallis, C. Mitchell, E.
Taveras, H. Card, L. Mullins, R. B..
Flood, I. Tatem, O. Hackett, R.
"King. "
R. Flood, V. Dickens,, reserves.
SUmpire: Mr. H. J. Usher.
Scorer:' Mr. 0. W. Pantry.

National C.C.

'T. Ray tCapt.), J. De Silya, T.
Morera, Q. Parris. A. Perry, 0. De
Silva, J. Morera, M. De Silva. J>R.
Moniz. B. Mello, A. De Silva..
l. Mato. reserve. (Umpire: Mr.
J. Fowl.) '


To Whom it

May Concern

To facilitate th, closing of our books
for the period ended 30th September
1924, and for the convenience of our
valued patrons we have arranged for
our Mr. Ilarnard to undertake the
collection of outstanding accounts.
He will make a personal call on you
in the near -future.


Bermuda Liveries ltd.
Leicester Curtis Harry W. King
Managers
Mid-Ocean Copy Oct. 11, 14, 16, 1
,2297.tf. 10. m. 13. w. 15. f.,17.


ROUND THE WORLD BY CABLE


POLITICAL MANIFESTOES


ISSUED.

Liberals and Conservatives.

Combine Against Labour.


DAWES' PLAN IN OPERATION.


Strained Relations Between

_England and Turkey.

JAPAN AND RUSSIA CONCLUDE
BUSINESS AGREEMENT.

ZR3 Making Good Progress and Expected in U.S A. Today


I DAWES PLAN FULLY
ESTABLISHED.

Paris, Ot,.ob.Er 13.-The Repara-
tion Comijir teeformall, ain,:iun,.ed
to-day that the Dawe3 plan or-
ganization .had been full, estub-
lished anid that the CGei- 'in Gov-
ernnient, had complied with all of
the requirements to ''.&te under
the agreement made at t-r, ..recent
International Conference in Lon-
don. The Committep approved
the plans for Amnerican. Britishl
and German participation in 'the
$200.000.0001loan to Germany aand
suggested that -the Agent General
for Reparation pay:-.ienrs ought
to be,ex officio one of t-.: tustees
representing the Bond'iiolders.

SERIOUS CRISIS CONFRONTS
FNGLAND AND TURKEY.

London. October 13.-A war be-
tween Britain and Turke,. looms upi
as a possibility to-day as anr after-
nmat.h of the .hostilitie-s -that have
been going on for some wv.eeks past
along the Mosul frontier. The re-_
ply of the 'furkish Governiient to
the ultinia tutm forwarded by Great
Britain. in which Turkey denies
any breaking of the Status Quo is
regarded as unsatisfactory in offi-
cial circles here consisting merely
of words aind vague promises -i-
.milar to those given by the Turks
at Geneva. It is further claimed
that the Turks are untruthful in
their assertions that tlie Britishci
force, guarding the frontier has
dribbled in inicrea .iig number
across the border so that to-day*
only a combined infantry and air-
)la ne force can drive them out. The
Government is in en accommoda-
ting mood but ,tile& are deter-
mined to clear the Turks out o of
Mosul until the frontiers are deli-
miited by the League of Nations_
as well they have shown.
that they are not averse to
fighting if the Turks will persist
in remaining on the wrong side of
the border.

TURKEY DENIES RUMOUR
OF MOBILIZATION.


Constantinople, October 14.-'
The Angora Government makes de-
nial of current reports that there
is to be a general mobilization of
STurkish troops on the Irak front
but it is reported here that certain
military ( dispositions have been
made. M. Kemnal Pasha, Presidenmt
ofoTurkey, is returning immediately
from Erzerunm to Angora.

RUSSO-JAPANESE AGREEMENT
NEARLY CONCLUDED.

M4scow, October 12.-The Ru sso-
Japaniese negotiations are fully
described in an interviexv given by
Karak-Han, Russian Ambassador at
Peking, to the, United Press there.
Karak-Han states that the'question
,of the Czarist debts anid former
Treaties are virtually'settled while
the exact form eflan agreement
covering the Nikclayevask massacre
has been postponed ,or a subse-
quent Conference. The evacua-


The Bermuda

*School of Music
WILL RE-OPEN


Oc 20th, 1924.
MADELINE TUCKER
Director.
Pupils desiring instruction kindly
register as soon after Oct 14th as
possible.
2185*7295,m29.s4.s11,w15..


Complete List
THE BERMUDA
Front Street.
155f.eltp. -


aild infoliialii.iD.
REALTY AG 'T;Y
Phone 6>30'


SUPREME COURT OF BERMUDA.

Michaelmas Term.

Devonshire Parish.
The following list of jurors liaus
been drawn to serve at the next
Session of the Supreme Court.


Special Jurors.
John William Cox.
Ernest Millard Astwood
Josep.hi Watson Gibbons. *

Jurors.
Eugene Francis Leslie Adams-.
Frederick James Gill Foote.
Frederici: Evelyn Mitchell.

THE -LIGHT OF THE Z.R.3.
THE "FLIGHT OF THE Z.R.3.


1 THEY SAY.

Thl, t thl, General Ei:-etion in
Englanda looL: like bain :g thre mo-
i Ilere- tincg for a11y y.Viea l n.

That the Liberals app,-ar -o, have
niiade up their minds to juil
the C'onsetivtive fence.

Thlart iiother little war within
Turkey will give Britih tra-tsrnei)
a lance tj let th Turlk.: off again.

That -it i. a long tin-ie since the
"bag and baggage" -logan was for-
inulated but the Turk still remains.
*
That our political sit uItion
should be interesting this session.
C ,
That some of our imi?mibers are
colIeeinCed with the prospfc.t of a
drop iii tlie revenue.
*
Tli:it tihe duLt of 10 a :i?: is
going to hit some one pretty hard.
r .


The latest news of the big didi-
gible, Z.R.3, now on her jouirneyv
to the U.S.A.. indicate that she will
probably arrive at. New Jersey early
this morning.
It was fully expected that she
would be observed fromi BermuLda
but it may be that she will be too
far to the north for visibility.
Accounts state that she is-mak-
inrg but fifty to fifty five 1hiles an'
hour and ,is encountering fairly
heavy winds. ,
-00-
POLICE CAPTURE BOOZE.

Attempt to Smuggle Four Cases
of Hootch on S.S. "Fort Hamilton."

Since the passing of the Liquor
Control Act, almost every conceiv-
oble inethod has. baen used to elude
hie v.igilaiince of our police force and
smuggle liqu.tor- into the United
States; and, although heavy fines
have' been imposed, there will
always be people prepared to run
the risk of capture in order to se-
cure the gain offered by smuggling.
As the passengers were ai driving
on the dock yesterday morning
with their cabin baggage. for pas-
sage on the "Fort Hamilton"
for New York, a carriage drew up
-inthe usuLalumalhner to the custom-
ary place for depositing luggage,
and four new grips were placed on
tfhe dock. -
Sergt. F. Crai was standing close?
by and eyed the newly arrived
valises su-piciouAtIsl. On inspection
of the labels he di-'czvered that
there was no name of the owner on
them, only ilie number of the
cabin for which they were evidently
ly intended. This further aioused
the Sergeant's suspicion, and he
gave orders for the grips to be set
aside until the owners came for-
ward to claim them.
Just previous to the, steamer
hauling away from the whlarf lie
had the 'baggage' opened .and- found
them to contain contiaband,wlLich
now repose at the Police Station.

STEAMSHIP MOVEMENTS.

S.S. Canadian iis'ier is due to
arrive from Montreal to-morrow
and to leave ne't day for the Baha-
mas.

S.S. Bayano is due to call here on
Thursday next on te return jour-
ney to Avoni(titl ".,
*
S.S. "Coro'(nado" sailed ftr.-,
Avonin ourt.h on Saturday afternoon
with 67 passengers for. BerumudA.
She is expected to arrive here on
or about, October 22 nd.

MAIL NOTICES FOR, THE WEEK
ENDING THE 18th. OCTOBER,
1924.

Mails per S.S. Canadian Fishier
for the Iahiantas. Jarinaico, and
British Honduras., will close at the
General Post Office to-day.
Ordinary Mail at 4 p.m.
Registered Mail and Parcel Post
at 2 p.mi.

Mails per S.S. Bayano-for the
United Kingdom and the Continent
of Europe. will close at the Geneial
Post Office to-morrow..
Ordinary Mail at 4 p.m.
Registered Mail. at 3p.m.
*
Mails per' R.M.S.P. Te\iot for
Canada and Newfoundland (l os e
at G.P.O., to-morrow.
Registered Mail and Parcels 2

Ordinary Mail 4 p.m.

EMPLOYMENT

WANTED ~- 2 Waiter?, (whiie.
Apply Central Returunt, Reid
Street, between 9 and 10 a.m.
2328fs.ei to f. ,


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tion of Sakhalin Island .1as been
agreed on in principle but the,
Russian Government0 insists that
Japail wiithdraw before winter
A'hen navigation difficulties begin.
Th.e iore of the negotiations 1now,
l'epenlrl u)pon comimercial- issues
relating to JalFan's disposition of
rt.i Sak.halin concession., "We
agreed to grant the concession in
Sordter io enlarge economic co-opera-
tion with T.ipa-oni a a.-:.it in sup-
plying Japan wit oil .and coal"
Ambassador Karal:-Han" U tated.
"T.'ie Russian Government pro-
pose i tu concede forty per cent. of
the petroleum territory. to Japan
but Japan Cdemands. eight selected
Districts comprising, all the oil"
-fields. The Russian Govenniient is
willing to- give these oil fiel:is
yielding forty per cent. of the out-
'put to Japan for five years. Japan
offers to make graduated deliveries
of five to fifteen per cent. net oil
product while Russia dee:nii'ds ten
to fifteen per cent. K.er:1l:-HI:n
-stated that the next few( da(, s ne-
gotiations would decidee whet.'i-r
s'et tlem-ent worid- be-d layed .u-ni 1
next year.
/. --- .

Z.R.3. EXPECTED IN U.S.A.

New York, October 13.--Cable
message was received this mioringl
from Tercaria, Azores, to the effect.
that 'the ZR3. en route to Lake6
'Hurst, N.J. was in wireless comrniu-
nication with that place .ind .x-
pected to pass here at noon
Azores time., (9 a.m.\ New tork
Time..)


CH 11ESE WAR NEARING END.

Shanghaif October 13.-The war
in Kiang Su virtually came to an
end to-day aid, Clani'-Tso lin has
lost a valuable ally. General
LutLUing Hsiang and his chief of
staff Hofeng Lin fl-d aboard a.
Japanese vessel while the Chel:iang
defences before Sihanghai collapsed.
/


ARMISTICE SIGNED.

Shanghai, October 'l3.-Their.
defeated 'armies retreating in con-
fu-sion toward Shanghai General
Lu-Hun-Hsi ang. Military Governor
of Chekiang Province and his Aiichi-
camp General Ho Feng-Ling de-
defence Commissioner of Shari hai
to-day announced they had% signed
an Aranistice with the invading
Kiangstt forces representing the
Central Government of China.



THE PRINCE VISITS CHICAGO.

Chicago, October 13.-The Prince
of Wales was greeted b.y a thi.ong
when he reached the emnirons of
Chicago to-day and descended
from his train at Lake Forest to be
the guesi of Louis F. Swift, He ar-
rived in the suburbs shortly after.
8 a.m. 'The Royal visitor was ex-
- pected to remain at Lake Eore-t
until about 10 a.m. when. he was
to be brought by motor car t0 Ohi-
"eago fora round of visits to points
of -interest, the first being. the
Stock Yards.



FOR RENT
FURNISHED COTTAGES
AND HOUSES


That the Z.R.3. managed to A
avoid the i1l-and.

That malnyl people sat up all night
lool:ing for the dirigible.,
t *#
That the steamers are running
pretty full just now.

That- nevertheless some hotels
are pretty slack.
4
Thlit some proprietori are won-
dering why.
+ -.
That a little impartial study of a
the situation should reveal the
answer.
% f
That one needn't look for In-
trigue to find it.
*
That the Cioss Word Puzzle is
going to hit Bermuda.

That good-bye to business Wilenl
it doeZ.
C' *
That a big crow,:d will atelind tih
opening of. Parliament today..

That the decoration of the
Colonial PeCt master has been rich-
ly earned.

That soiin o,'-eople are cloaking
a already about thli fort eIoLIing
season.

That they are mostly those who
want souiiotlhiiit- for nothing.

That solneda:, we \ i,, al form a big
and conii: ':r '? I.- c iation and
look at the Tourist. Trade fron- the
general lpoini, of view instead of a
selfish, personal one.

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THE GENERAL ELECTION
N ENGLAND.

Lengthy cable new, will be found
oni our inside pages and should
l)roi' interest inll to our readers.
Too late for insertion further de-
tails were givnl and these wiU, be
published to-morrow morning.
Trlle clhier f-atures are tile use
Premier 1IMaedoin.ld. is making of
what he desciibes the unholyy alli-
ance of Liberals und Con.ervatives.
%le d '.-ilsion: to let C'll.mmunist
,Labourite- conr t seats, and the
-truggle for lI-elier hlonours for
domesticic policie- for workers and
VO1l]?;.
Tt is fairly certain hliat no greaL
change will be made in the strength
of any oiine party and the deciding
factor im-ay be -the tacit under-
standing between two of the three
parties.
--00---

PARLIAMENET OPENED TO-DAY.-

To-day at noon His-Excellency
the Governor will. open the Colonial,
Parliament aind the proceedings
piominise to b)e ni: re than usually
interel tinPg.
A guta: d of loni:)ur 'will be fur-
nished l by tl:- Norf-ilk Regimen i
.wilh dihe baind in attendance, and
Thie ceremiiunl:. will be carried out
in the Council Chamber.
Afterwaids His Excellency wili
invest C. H.Tuel:er. Esq., Colonial
NPotmat'er, with the decoration
of the I.S.O.,The reward for long and
meritorious servi,,.


LOST--.Eveiing of lath inst., ladies
platinum diamond and pearl bar
Spin between Buena Vista, F^ry and
Palm Gardens. Reward on return to
Buena Vista. *.
2363fw.th,


'(pro-


. 6b,",




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GOVERNMENT

NOTICE


DEPARTMENT OF
PUBLIC


WORKS.


NORTH ROCK BEACON.

With reference to Notice dated
29th September 1924. notice is now
given tlfat this Light w as re-exhibit-
ed on Friday the 10th instant.

P. H. N. JONES.

Director of Works.

Director of Works, Office,
Hamilton, 13th Oct.. 1924.

SR.G. & C. Daily 15th, 17thi & IStlh
-Oct.
Mid-Oceean copy 16th & 18th. Oct.



By Commnanl.

JOHN TRIMINGiHAM.

b Acting Colonial Secretary.

Oolonial Secretary's Office. *
14tlh Octobe'. 1924.1v.103.



SRoyal Gazette 3$ Colonist
Daily.


Published by
The Bermuda Press


THIS ISSUE CONSISTS
SIX PAGES


Ltd.


OF


THE FOLLY OF FIREWORKS.

The practice of indulging in the
use of fireworks still prevails in
spite of the rel)eated warnings of
--- r, tme total absence of.any
rea-- oi save the small boy's lcve for
' ""exLemuenrrt,. and the exee.:lingl:.
poor return for money expended.
Te lftn of November is still
some distance away but a victim
has alread.- been found for tLie
assinie celebration of an historical
event better forgotten.
On. Monday evening a youth ont
tM-e-.Nort1'- Snore was badly burned
on the. neck bv the explosion of a
.firework and t he consequences
are likely to remain with him for
S life. It is more than likely th.iat.
before Guy FatNes' Day more acci-
S(ents will occur. yet nothing is done
to curtail the practice or exercise
mo e control over the. users of such
dangerous playthings.
medical, men report that every-
vyeir they are called upon to attend
cases of burning, many of course.
slight, but several dangerous and
l- casting.
It is a truism that more lives
have been lost in the celebration of
the Fourth of July in the
U.S.A. t.'ian In thie" events
that led up to that histori-
ea' dat3. Guy Fawke ) previdles
less reason for a pyrotechnic display
and. there is nlo earthly reason why
fireworks should be permitted.
Failing th.ie proliibitive auttiortrry
her, we strongly urge parents and
guardic.ns to exercise greater care
\ both. in the kind of fireworks pur-
cha ;c4. and in the conditions under
.-. .w'ch they are used.


I'

'I


The DIARY of
Samuel Pepys Teucer


-O. Oct. 13.
-'Back again in my tleloved island
and right glad amn I to be safe and
sale once more.
New York is like. certain medi-
nes, only to be taken occasionally
Sand then with dire regard to after
,, effects.
My head is,.still. reeling with the
S -hustle and bustle of the Great
SWhite, Way. I find myself standing
on the side walk of our peaceful"
city and: looking for a policeman to
* grant me permission to cross the
road. I heard the Corporation
m. ,otor and found myself signalling
for the "20 cent the first mile and
ten.cents for the rest."
Next time my in ll Iaw writes a play
he will have to produce it in my
beloved island an he wisites to be
.honoured with my. presence. I go
no more to a place where the roa.l
to success is so strewn with the
d adibbdies of slain rivals.
W .. ng a play is easy, getting it
accepted is easier still, a bottle of
S-Sobtch presented at a favourable
moment will persuade a producer
to anything, but getting it pla'ye.


In New York it means breaking
every commandment and violating
every code of ethics. Down here it
simply mean's ten rehearsals, nine
of which are not attended, and two
performances at which all are stars
and therefore there is no' blood-
shed, slander, or divorce.
*
A foolish trip on the Fort Hamil-
ton tor I amenamoured of the Cross
Word Puzzle and the slipper il
persuaded I aIn a literary person.
He asks me to hi.s cabin. gets our
a dictionary that must have been
ltauledl on deck )by a derrick, and
then shoots questions at Ille.
"Four letters only,"- he begins,
"and is the name of an Egyptian
Goddess.
Thi is e .V for I once dwelt onil
the banks of the 'Isis.'
G-ood!" exclaims the skipper.
"tbut. what is a word ior "plotters'
that has twelve letters, the middle
of which is 'i'?"
Before I can answer he tells me
it ljas to contain a preposition, aL
prefix, and a plural. It must per-
mit of a letter that will denote the
female of an ox. all expression used
i n "o'1 -I "*n p 1l hi- r p'l:i -':= reli-

But bIv this time the cubin I.5-
begun to get up ~inrl move arouiil.i
I find myself putting lmy cigarette
in lmy ear and L writing on the wall
instead of on thie table. I asked to
be excused but jie was ia'ilmant.
"Let'- ti.., an! ser one
1:1i 'lld ,a-- ..) : -. l 'V" ..i is th e
%.or,: for l elect ric.:t l decompoO'i -
tion.' -an ancient oriental coin.'
"tile Son of Settin.' and "a part of a
clarinet'?"
But I countered himn finely on
.these easy problem .
"I d(to not know' I re-ponded, but
I ain going to show you what is t.he
French for "sea-sickne-:i'," and I
bolted f:'on the leavingg. writhing,
w iirlii.'. dc-.n:elng cabin.
Yer i,, troubles were not over,
for in m: disturbed sleep I found
i-, .self mutteriLng. '12 words, be-
gins ,vith C. end'.s wi1lh s, middle
let(t r 'i."
Fortuntiel, Itle word came to
ime when I t .wa. inveigled into a
pool ill tile soldking room.
Conspirators.


It is fine game an you do not
week-end.'
0 .. 0---

ENGLAND DEFEATS IRELAND.

Belfast. October 11.--In an In-
terleague Football game .here Sa-
turday, Engl-and defeated Ireland
-by five to nothing.


ENGLISH FOOTBALL RESULTS

London. October 11.-Results of
League Footbtll games played in
the Old Countiy Saturday follows:

English League First Division.


Birmiingham
Blackburn R.
Bolton W.
Everton
Hi(ldderifiel'.I
Newcastle
United
Notts County,
Sheffield United,
TottenhaLam H.
West Bronme
W\Vest Ham
Uni ted


Aston Villa
MlaancIester
Preston. N.E.
Sunderla n'I
Arsenal


Liverpool
Cardiff Cityr
Notts Ham.
Burnley
LeedisUnite


0
0
F. 2
1
I 1


I Bur;:


Second Division.


Blacklpool
Chelsea
Coventry C.
Derby C.
Hull City
Leicester City
Manchester
United
Port sn111ut 1'

South Shields
Stockport C..
Stoke


Middle-bro
FulI i ii
Ollii 'l i i A.
Port Vale
Ba rnsley
Claptoun 0.


Cl'rs-al Palace 0
Wolveriia mp-
toll 2
Bradford 0
Sout'i inilptoon 1
The Wednesda:y,2
k--


Third Division.


Bournemouti 1I Bristol C. 3
Brentford. 0 Quteen's Park
Rangers 1
Brightonl 2 Plymouth A. ;3
Bristol Rovers, 0 Newport C. 1
Exeter C. 0 Southend tT. 1
Gillingianm 1 Swindon T. 1
Luton Town 0 Aberiafe A. 0
Mherth'r Town 2 Charlton A. 1
Millwall A. 0 Norwich City 0
Reading 0O., 0 Northanipton 1
Swansea Town 3 Watford 1
London, October 13.-West Hamn
to-day woni t'ie game for the
London professional soccer Chjrity
Fund from Millwall b, :3 to 1. Other
games played to-das, result.?d as
follows: English League re-ults
First Division. 'Arsenal 0: Bury 1;
Second Division. Port Vale 1;
Sout'tamiptoui 1.

*---00---

1DO YOU KNOW THAT-

The U.S. Depart in i:- of AgEi-
oulture hopes to restore thle cies't-
nut forests of th? EL,sr. dlectroved
by tha blight disease, b1y ence ,aLg-
ing the cultivation of a naw blight-
pi0oof species of che.itnut from
Ch bina.


What's On,


When and Where


Colonial Opera House, TO-NIGHT

Universal Jewel Production, the Latest
In Eight Acts
1 reseQnted by CARL LAEMMLE


"KTlhe Unknown"

; Founded on

MARY ROBERTS RINEHART'S

best known novel "K"
Directed by Harry Pollard

Ver,": few photo1pla3y hive ever had. the conception, the
direcdiinLg and ith-i acting possibilities of "K-The Un-
1:nowln." aa-Kifpi.'l froiii MIar. Roberts Rinelhart's famous
,K" as original publislied by Houghton, Mifflin & Co.
Universal lhas wisely chosen a leading woman whose
exquisite r.rsonailit, mates the girl, '"Sidney" a memor-
able figure long after yot lia\e thrilled through the picture.

Starring VIRGINIA VALLI with PERCY MARMONT
and an excellent supporting cast including
Margarita Fischer, Maurice Ryan, Francis Feeney
"INTERNATIONAL NEWS" No. 72
Covers the world Released by Universal


Doors open 8.00


ADMISSION-2 and 1,6
Commence 8.30 sharp


Universal Jewel Picture-First Runt


THE BERMUDA'
2350 w.tlh.f.


MOVING


PICTURE CO.


MECHANICS HALL, TO-NIGHT


Fiitst National Picture
P r'"-enting

GLENN HUNTtER and BESSIE LOVE in


"HE SILENT WATCHER"

-Drama in 8 Reels
Adapted ftoim MARY ROBERTS RINEHART'S
Saturday Evening Post Stor,%, "The Alrar on the Hill"
Directed by FRANIK LLOYD thie man wlmo nmde

"THE SEA HAWK"

RIGHT AT YOUR HEART!
That's where this itrama aims and it hits!
Imagine a lid sacrificing everything- wife, home, reputation-to
,r.e the honor of a political boss whom he worslups.
That's sacrifice. but its more more than that-it's what will tug
at your heart strings and move your soul as never before.

Also "HOMELESS PUPS"
A Comic Cartoon
And PATE NEWS


Doors open 8,00


Show 8.30


THE- HUMANOPHONE CO.


.'.483 ,w.t.ii.
--- ...--- ----- -

Somers Opera House St Georges. TO-NIGHT

WILLIAM A. BRADY presents

THE BIG DRURY LANE MELODRAMA, with


CARLYLE BLACKWELL
MONTAGU LOVE


KITTY GORDON
JUNE ELVIDGE


inI

"STOLEN ORDERS"
Drama in 8 Reels

Also "BRANDED FOUR"
Episode 7


Doors Open '7 30

ROYALTY


Show 8.00
MOVING PICTURE CO.


2.3591 w.


For the benefit of
THE LYCEUM
Baileys Bay
THE CONCERT
S recently given iat
Whitney Institute
twill .be repeated
' To-morrow Night
8.15


2:362 t \V


SIR RICHARD SQUIRES UPHELD.

St. John' -. N.F-. Octobtli 13.--
The N.ewfo'iiio-.ti'liil' Stupleilme C:.luil
in a decision hmlded do.'wn rto-d oy
confilirm 'l the legal 't.tu U ,if a
Grlnd Jury wvliiclh a1t Thlurl'di.
reported "No Bill" in thle cae of
Sir RichardS Squit,, ex-Premier,
charged v.itl i ch1.eni- of public
money. Counsel f tr the Crovun
had allege.l that the Jurv was irre-.
gularly dIrawn and stun.mioned.


QUEEN'S

R.A.O.B. CLUB

A- GENERAL MEETING of The
Queen'-. R.A.O.B. Club will be held

T0-merrow Night

at 7.30 p.m.
All ieniber- are requested to
attend.
BUSINESS: Election of Oflicers
Ot Ihr general busiIness
S, T. DAVIS,
Secret u ry.

-------- --
'i ii n .v i

', Th_ ".hp': 'or earth used withi
ii .:.ol:.,.riiL in thpe miianlUfactu re
of i.t',i nun cof.,ii-.,ls ,f the rn'lilo-
,.,:...',i<. .h l-ii, ,\ f ni'i'-'"! i: n .ea auln il'" ,'l_
andiil rl .

X-'ray i',.L r i ',' r .i- I : beat-
ing lhear: have l.}-.:-9n .,br''ii;-d by
two French olt i'i\t(ito.. *


ACCOMMODATION


SOUTH SHORE HOTEL AND COTTAGES.

Dinner or Luncheon Parties
especially catered to.


Roon.;: with or
without t bath.


Special rates for
week-end paitles.


Afternoon Teas served on the spacious porches over-
lool-ing the ocean.
Open-air Moving Pictuies-MoIoday and Thursday evenings,
at 8.30 p.m.
Rates for/Bathing-Bath-house 1.'-: Suits 1'-: Towels 6d.

Bus leaves Royal Prince Hotel at 10.15 a.m.: 2 p.m.: 3 p.m.: 5.30 p.m.
Special Carriages arranged at any time for Parties of 6 or more.

Guests at either the South Shore Hotel or Royal Prince Hotel
may change fiorn ono hotel to the other when accomluno-
datiotns permit, without extra cost.
16t6t m.e;tp



SSt. Geor:'e-:F,

ThI_' I._li, ids I' l, ] ,e ':,';t1s
i 'lili Table d'Hute L .illie' n is$1.50 Dijinner, $ ..)
Parties Especially ae'ateri For.
A magInificcnJt lilJd Swiminming PoolI with all acce-sorles,
hu ide Hotel.
Duncing-- Moving Pictures- Cont.ert. and Aquatic Sports,
all under one roof-A Fine Tennis Court on
Hotel Grounds
Moonlight Cruises on our own Tender "Bermudian."
The Hotel is alive every night.
OUR MOTTO
,S'ER VICE AND SCENERY
10823tn,.eirpl


THE NEW WINDSOR HOTEL

& PALM GARDENS


DINE AND DANCE


in delightfully cool and
picturesque a"rch ..s..- -i-I


quaint and charming Flemish rooms.


Unrivalled reputation for Shore Dinners and Local Dishes


Special facilities
for parties


Orchestra in
Attendance nightly


American and
European Plan


A real Country Club with City HQtel Ser;:ce

1447rm..ei to 2,8 25.


HOTEL FRASCATI
WVhere Sound and Ocean Meet

The center of every natural attraction
Amusements Many and Varied.

Afternoon Tea Parties especially catered to
and served amidst refined surroundings.

BATHING
This healthful stimulating amusement can be indulged In
perfect safety on our own matured white sand beach
directly in front of the hotel.
Bath houses and bathing suits available.
Win. H. W'OOD, Mpr


12Ol1ttu.eitp


-- ----


Don't waste Energy

pumping water

Let an Electric Motor Pump


do it for you


Id. per 100 gallons

B.E.LP. & T. Co. Ltd.
1556&8(A32Fr-Tu..W-tp .


.In the Supreme Court

of Bermuda

In the Estate of
FEROLINE MURRAY
LIGHTBOURN
Deceased.

NOTICE i hereby given that
application has been made to this
Court by Alice Maude Joynes of
Pa'ger Parish in the Islands' of
Bermuda for the adIninistration
of the personal estate of Feroline
lMurray Lightbourn lute of Petm-
broke Parish in the said Islands,
tion 11tll be granted, unless with-
in Iifteen days of the date of this
Notice a Caveat shall be entered in
the Registr-y of the Supreme Court.
Hamnilton, b:, any l)er-on objettifng
to SiclI grant.

GERALD H. GRAY,
Registrar.
Dated at the Registry of
the S r'te Court,
Hamiilton, this 1.:5th. day
of October 1924.

2355 ti'.15...'v.22. .2


I TAILORING.



TUXEDO
and

FULL DRESS

SUITS

Made to Measure

Order Early'

for the Season'



YOUNG BROTHERS

2357 w.ettp



\ anilia growing has assumed ln-i-
IortLnt proportions on Porto Rico
plantations.


THE ROYAL GAZETTE AND COLONIST DAILY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1924


Page 2


90


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THE ROYAL GAZETTE AMD COLORIST DAILT, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1924


1


IN Ti'SPHERE OF ARMAMENT


ENFIELD MADE HISTORY!


ROYAL


ENFIELD"


CYCLES



Have gained just as prominent a place
in the bicycle world.

.They're "Made like a Gun"



The Bermudiana Cycles
1 1


Corner Reid and Burnaby Sts.
. t_: i'i on


W. E, SPURLING
Manager.


1293'51w .i


FURNITURE


and '

CREX RUGS

are needed for the living room and the sun
parlour.

We Ihve just received a large assortment of
this furniture from Madeira, and we have in
stock an attractive line of rugs.


The Bermuda Furnishing & Supply Go.


20141-


ind





Mhis ycuuar




IT is the new Peter Dawson
bottle. Some of our
facetious friends call it
the bottle with "knobs on." Wo
do not object to this because
anything with knobs on is above
the ordinary. Which is the fact
in this case.
But "brambles" and "dimples"
are happier names for these
features, which are used to
emphasise the identity of the bottle
which carries the famous "P.D" blend
of genuinely old whisky.
Next time you drink a whisky and soda
Itry P.D and you will be surprised
at its wonderful vitality. Get P.D."
in the new "brambled" and "dimpled"
bottle.


Sc 'otcWhisky

Agents:
JOHN F. BURROWS & CO.
HAMILTON, BERMUDA

i, ,


APPOINTMENT


FRVS, PURE BREAKFAST COCOA
Used in millions of homes throughout the world
on account of its high quality,
Remerh.ber--Frys is best and has been for nearly 200 years.


E.Lfl1~K~& SON S
'I, Ps


Offices: Queen St.
Phones: 456, 456B, & 5200
IOLE AGENTS


Line of


BALLS


TO TEA DRINKERS!
Please give your Grocer a trial
order for:
GOLDEN PHEASANT
or,
HOME SWEET HOME
TEA
Packed by Ferguson, Holnes
& Co., Ltd., London.
2270 i.s.tp'


F


0. Eva Spurling, Hamilton, Ber-
muda, 186 Mitcham Lane, Streath-
am.
T. S. Lough, Buenos Aires, Ar- ,
gentine.
A. S. Licence, 186 Mitcham Lane
Streatham, S.W. 16.
Grace M. Wale, Springfield, Mass.
U.S.A.
0, Hugh Hanning, Rockland,
Norfolk. -
S. D. Toull, (1898-1893), 31 Cole-
ford Close, Eastcote.
Mrs. Devqnter, formerly Miss
Golloway, Dallington, Sussex, born
Ireland Isle, Father Inspector of.
Police H. M. Dockyard.
Dudley Ellott, Hamilton, Ber-
muda.
C. E. Lee, The' Ridgeway, Sermu-
da.
Helen Talbot, Alton Lodge, Ham-
ilton, Bermuda,
W. Goodban. 43 Addison Gardens.
W.14.
Dr. and'Mrs. Lewis HI. 'raser,
(Glenrose) Salara, Peru, South
America (1884-1896, Ireland Isle
"The Cedar".
W. Powell, 56 Clyde Street, Sheer-
ness (Ireland Island 1915-16.)
H. M. Irish, born at Boary Isle,
in 1903.,
Mrs. F. Shaw, (Irish) at Boary
Isle, Ireland Island.
Capt. and Mrs. Russell, S.S. .
'Gladiator", Hprrison Line.


CANADIAN GOVERNMENT MERCHANT MARINE LIMITED.
Summer and Winter Vacation Cruises to Montreal via the' scenic route also to Nassau, Bahamas,
Kingston, Jamaica, Belize, British Honduras.
Regular sailings every three weeks:-From Montreal, summer season, from Halifax winter season.
"SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION, EXCELLENT CUISINE".
OUTWARD


SIGNATURES, VISITORS' BOOK,
BERMUDA PAVILION.


H. Villers Smith 27-28 Upper
Bedford Place & Common Room,
Middle Temple, E.C.
Emily Wellard, the Hyde, Hen-
don,*N.W.9.
J. H. Chalmers, R.A. 1902--1913,
205 Wimbledon Park Road, S.W.
I18.
Rev. Josiah Martin and A. Mar-
tin, Lundy House, Wells, Norfolk.
Anne P. Outerbridge, Bermuda
William Sheppard, 7. Fraser
Street, Washington, late H.M.S.
"Donegal."
Simon Fritzchosti, Engineer, 7-
rue Cassette, Paris.
B. K. Bushy (late Venn). Hook,
Norton (1877-1882).
Trevor C. Wigwall, Lieut. 2/4
East Yorks Regt. 17 Founbroke
Avenue, Herne Hill, S.E. 14.
-P. J. Young, Hamilton, Bermuda.
Ilchester Palace Hotel, St.-Peters-
burg Road, Bayswater.
A. J. Gorham, Hamilton, Ber--
muda.
M. Peters Roberts, 34 Dorset
Street, near Baker Street, London,
N.W.
Mrs. E.& V. Hutton, 66 Schubert
Road, East Putney, S.W.
Lieut. T. D. Anderson and Mrs.
Violet Anderson (late Mackenzie
Bell) Torquay.
0. Kemp, Lance-Sergt. R. E.
Bermuda 1910-14.
F. T. Dowden, C.G.M., "Bellero-
phon" and "Pylades" 1890-92.
Lucy Neale, West Green, Totten-
ham.
James' and, Kate Fossell, late'
H.M.S. "Terror" 4 Rye Road.
Peckham.
Ruth R. N. Dill. 18 UtTpper Bedford
Place, London. W.O.
Seward Johnson, Princes Hotel."
Jermyn Street, W.C.
C. E. Thompson. nee Lough, 6'
South Parade, Southsea, Hants.
Lieut.-Colonel W. Burrell Thom-
son (1883), Southsea, Hants.
W. Malrby, Homemead, Bucks
Julia M. Wainwright, Bermuda.
Fred Butt, Commercial Road,
Portsmou t h.
E. C. Freeman, late R.A.M.C.,
1899-1901, Angel Corner, Bury St.
Edmunds.
R. 0. Cole. 37 Bramston Road
Harlesden N.W. 10.
R. Thomas Ballinger, Great Mis-
sendeT. Bucks.
C. C. Williamson. Hamilton. Ber-
muda.
Jas. Louis Serftern, Hilburn,
New York.
Geo. Cranipton. and Mrs. Cramrrp-
ton, Devonshire. Bermuda.
Mrs. D. Williams, South Wales.
Major J. D. Jacobs (1878-1882,
Holmleigh, Burgess Hill, Sussex.
Win. Millars R.N. (1878-1882).
,John Inns, 107 High Street,
Dunstable (Ireland Island).
Sydney P. Eve, Hamilton, Ber-
miuda. (Keighely Hotel. Hart Street.
Blooinsbury, W.C.)
Millicent R. Eve Hamilton Ber-
muda.
Mrs. Arthur Evans, Pontardawe,
Wales enquiredd for Nurse Wil-
liams).
William Innes. Exlimis, North-
church. Berkenliamntead.
Etta Goldstein, Brooklyn, New
York, U.S.A.
Joseph Eveoske. Brooklyn, New
York, U.S.A.
Canon Marriott, Bermuda. 76
The Avenue, W. Ealing, W.13.
Mrs. 0. Williams (sister of Mrs.
A. W. Reid Trott, the Flatts, Ber-
muda. (Also enquired for Nurse
Williams ,.
David Williams, 19 George Street,
Pont Street, Pontardawe.
Anna F. Hellyer, Tenafbyv, New
Jersey, U.S.A.
Gladys Pidcock, White House
New Jersey, U.S.A.
Katheleen McOudden Kingstoh-
on-Thames. /
Gladys Hermioi Belmore, 23
Sunbridge Road, Addiscombe,
Surrey.


For reservation and further information
1893F.M.W.t-p.


We are having
A new stock of

FRESH

CHOCOLATES
arriving every two weeks in
Fancy Boxes and in Bulk.
A new lot of
CADBURY'S
CHOCOLATES
In tins,
alFo in various sizes of Bar
Chocolate
JUST OPENED
The Goody Shop
1876f.m.w.tp


At Your Service
FOR
Seeds, Bulbs,
Plants, Flowers.

THE
E. Worrall Outerbridge
COY
Phone 616 or 643
1830m.w.f.tp.

G. M. Kellett 1191,9-22.1 S Arling-
ton Gardens, Chiswick S.W.4.
Mrs.~Francis E. Forbes. Lock-
eridge, East Grinstead.
MaWor C. F. Thornton, Wiltshire
Regiment.
Mrs. Walker Dunscombe, Ha m-
ilton. Bernnuda.
W. Harlan Dunscombe. Bank of
Bermuda, Bermuda.
Mary Blanch Murray, Brabazon
House, Moreton St. S.W.1.
(With the Comnmissioner's Compli-
ments.)
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LANGUAGE AND LIFE

Language is'a vital organism in-
extricably interwoven with the de-
velopment of its" people. When we
remember the fierce religious con-
troversies involved in the divers
schools of thought centring round
the essential meanings of the theo-
logical terns, Sonship. Kingdom,
Atonement, we are, thankful that
the artistry of language must
transcend our conscious know-
ledge, that the poets themselves
are unaware of all they know, that
the best songs of the nations
are but imperfect echoes from that i
region just beyond our common
life where the very air is music.
-Helen M. Enoch in the "Con-
temporary Review.


FOR RADIO OPERATORS.

WED. OCTOBER 15th. 1924.

7:30 p.m.--Bedtime story for the
Kiddies, from the Hotel Kimball
studio, Springfield.
7:40 p.m.-Concert by William
L. Spittal, tenor; Dorothy Birchard
Mulroney, accompanist: and the
Westinghouse Philharmonic Trio,
from the Hotel Kimball studio,
Springfield.
8:15 p.m.-Baritone recital by
Earl Oliver accompanied at the
piano by Elizabeth Bates, from the
Hotel Brunswick studio, Boston.
&845 p.m.-Piano selections by
John Merker, from the Hotel
Brunswick studio, Boston.
9:00 p.m.--Musical selections by
the Women's Philharmonic and
L. S. Wiggin Orchestra direct from |
the Horticultural Hall Food Fair,
Boston.
9:30 p.m.--Concert, by Jean
Livingston Sherbtrane, soprano; I
Mertina Bancroft, accompanist, .
and Albert Faucon, violinist, from
the H tel Brunswick studio, Bos-
ton. I


Hamilton
Ar. Aug. 13
Lv. Aug. 14
Ar. Sep. 3
Lv. Sept. 4
Ar. Sept. 24
Lv. Sept. 25
Ar. Oct. 15
Lv. Oct, 16
Ar.Nov. 5
Lv. Nov. 6
Ar. Nov. 26


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Nassau
Ar. Aug. 17
Lv. Aug. 18
Ar. Sep. 7
Lv. Sep. 8
Ar. Sep. 28-
Lv. Sep., 29
Ar. Oct. 19
Lv. Oct. 20
Ar. Nov. 9
-4v. Nov. 10
Ar. Nov 3n


.. -r-- e'-J ar t- JCI.
HOMEWARD


Kingstc


Ar. Aug.
Lv. Aug.
Ar. Sep.
Lv. Sep.
Ar. Oct.
Lv. Oct.
Ar. Oct.
LIv. Oct.
Ar. Nov.
Lv. Nov.
A r TD


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tllu'ee Parties butr thli encoUrl'a-'-.
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THE GENiERAL ELECTION.

London, October 12.--The t three
Sbhig Pf rtie- have ,,);t no time il
. placing their pla tf'ormsn before the
1 publ),i(. Tin- t.iree i lt1etion ll 1 iii-
Sfesitoes t!ie outir ait. lnighlt. Thie
first nto'l0ice,'l he featu11re "hiclh u n-
doubltedl'.- 1 atii outltgrow\ t'h of the
ne,\ e:.perience o:,f the Country
havi-n. ivd a L.i.oiur adtministra-
tion for the fir-t tiie,. iz the sinall
p)arr 1n i. l.1. ed in the election
lite!e'-tur 1-': 1 Fo)reikln Affairs and
t Irie l,-i.tice ,:l1 t1it1un. These are
:._- t .,:*1.. itill ritii. -? I ill the Labou r
rmaniifesto opiurt from t.Ie? Riussian
T' Tre-.- I a.nrl a brief paragraph
lainiing trediit for t.ile improved
1 el- r ioH w"it h Fraince and Giermian,
'l i'l notiilng t hte inportillnt steps
I .ik l in l i. (tCi ie ll towVar.1 irtbitrra-
I iUl ) i: t i al lid gent il di --
ai'liiafillent.
In Vtlie Liberal dociurwienI t alliiu-.ionIs
-re eitiull'. b-uftlity but in thie Con-
er;I'Vtive-- inanife to tlhe E i1pir'e
*,iid Foeign l eliationts 'ore given
.,elei-t*er ortet11lO1l but still are over-
liarokvwed. b.,y :ociol ond econoinneal
uitletioli in lrefereniice to Foreign
Affairs. BaldviHn pronouinces hi S
Part:- for "co-o:pera.t1_in in all
i.iatters ai ildmirtinEl of coin0 i oIi
az tii,!i v it ti e Ii itedl SItj '1. ," for
tih- -upport and strengtiliening of
tie League of Na.tionsi on practicLal
liineS. With regard to defence he
--.o. that tihe Unioni'-ts f returned
pi .)'wi er "' iii liave to e anliinl? afref':i
r ie jto iti,.n in \wiclii the defenlic-t
of the Emipire have been left by the
present administration," and,
while favoring any practical pro-
pozials for tile general limitation
of arnlainents, iltist '"scrutinize
caJlefully -in conjunction with the
Domrinions. the far-reaching
colninitments and implications of
tlie sCIemIle recently put forward
-at ceneva".
None of the manifestoes touched
upon any such questions as Egypc
or Irak. The coipetitioiL be-
tween the three Parties is clearly
,In the ground of social and er'C-
'101111i rlefori m s and i '. e ac l.o i .l
i .'!';er i -' u .e til of t v ie G.eI.
SEl -.IJi .-i ai e it not -111,i -
1 D r if i 1o r .. 1 !. 1. -'t.q t l e l ). :. i r 1 -o -
of .Fr-eu Tr adi- estrs n Proi c tini
It, .l u-oill.' t V\ ni ,s.l:e' fl t'. i ie
lc *.r.. Ir 1- i rui e i a t t e Lib-
el ueniel prollountil:w, U t11-
iial:eabl.- for Free Trade but tile
Laibo'r nie nifesto does not. mention
1.'le subject. Mr. BAldwin ad]nts
i it lthe last l: ect on settled tihe
q,.le'rloii but het still advocates a
saf-eguairding industries act whlleJ
r ;e Labour administration abolish-
Sfll l ))errts lleIeas ure of 111-
p :e- !, f JIPreferele \\rtich lie dOp-
clare lWe shall Isteadily keep to-

A.I ivie i no nifeli .toes .coricentratei
ii l, ,L tiic0.lVy rtle -i.I Ine social
S,ror.ii. 'The Latbouir iImanli-
SC. ,:, I, : l.i _ely w ith r forim r l' l-
t i -"d or tho-e nOtteiin-
.i ,1 i \v.iie'llh Latbour wasi pre-
f -tt" r ii carrtvin our by the
Si :'..I 1 of tile Libveral, 1to tiuplp)ort
n ,'" .,-.is.ing. education, pen-
*.ii. ..i )ie1dial icalliur'.C against
Ll i -l.], E Iaient, i. j 'l for Ibetteriong
t[ I- a cn ',tricn ot-f woeniin anld child-
F %:1. .t1.11iAi:on ; io f the -lu --- a d si-
f11 l -til ih:)1 i i'- o icup;,, t big space
Si" eill -,-e .'ii "t h aii c e- t toes.
T'\': Liberal, r.oi_.g!- t .,rJhas.ize
i ._ ,-. i. o f ai,-a lii ^ *.- ... ,,.1 m i1 -
'.* '. i .- ? ate i, .- ;.' Bo,-iln. ase d
to u ,: o ..a i ac-
(lIIs. :'il :i-ii e 'al ri-lp t s ;-,nl :I pro-
1 i;.'.- i":a i it-. aii I in 1 ,tO con-
':_tl',.iCr"ion of -'i!per 'pofer srt.-ions1
for _:ill, :-',..i il : e c ,'i-. it .
"1 .re L l. >:i,.il' "'*i. ) t. "-fe -re '- : ':i o,.at e-
r osi .'.ir izai_'ion of thi? wlliie wril-
ilr." inl'u- 'ry r..i t r _. lin.,, '_ Nation-
-,l oin, -it -,iip. The Li oial= on0--1
teiid li h t rite e:cessilfe ,ony!.nump-
"ion of nicono! oullt to be deale
ivitri on bold and de .'alniatic lines.
On thii :ique.tion Labour urges a
full impaltijl inquiri bIy a Royal
Coin liasion h.-i'h it ..,& tlhe Go\-
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Jdolli (iovi, Lib-erl or Coliserv -
i ve. the sLunt-.Ilion i.: that. the
c': ndi(dhate- w'o li! the l;.-. _t chances
of succe-. should be fivoied 1. I. is
the -ittilng in.eInber of coll -e who
t .ii tl;< i; u fiot piausibly claim
I thist his cliances -a l best.; Under
t his arrangement Conservatives
will have the most seats free from
Liberal attack but the Liberalsprob-
ably will get most advantages
from the barg.iin because they
have most to feai three corn',ered
contests. ,
Conservarives who are asked to
-upport Liberal candidates will a',k
fol the iLlot definite pledge 'that
the:: will never vote eo as- to pur
Socialists again in office. A ima-
jorit:- of the Liberal candidate are
very willing to give sutll a pledge.
No one date utter tle word Coalih-
tion but undoubtedly there is a
miiove'imenlt towards closer unitt\
between C(onrernatives and Lib-
erals.
Mr. Ctuirciill lieepi the inie
Libleral while supporting tlie Con-
S,-rvcive ,rogla inmle and being
-'-dopted as a corndidate by the Coln-
s.ervative Association. Sir' HaImar
Greenwood sa:,s lie is willing to
be .: Liberal candidate only on con-
ditions that. lie is not called upon
to split anti-Sdc'i iiist, forces.
Tlhe older Parties are very pru-
dent in avoiding open Coalition.
For one thing all Parties still hate
4-e meniory of the Lloyd George
Coalition, and. for another there-.is
l, thino Tha t would please tile
LbO-ur P.it:- better' than be able
to pii o 10 prof of It-s contention
t ':,r I ,'.'- o 'r P: rrie; u l inirlw.
o'ie. F rll,, r!f ,l.pitalisim united I
lg.'-in t t -'. ,Aoi''t',rs.. At one iimie
Libera.i=.I r awI'.! Labour were sy-
L Coatt inuel, ..ill-i 1 inst Conl per- 5
.ativism ,,
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We may expect, therefore, to see
many triangular candidates on
nomination day despite the friend-
Si ness that exists between Conser-
vative and Liberals.
Lord Birkenhead. who has been
one of tlie most indefatigable work-
ers for combination against Labour
says: "I have a strong feeling that
the Conservative net gain of seats
will lie somewhere between the
numbers of thirty, and sixty. At,
the best. therefore, we may hope
for a small but just sufficient Con-
servative majority ; r tile worst we
we shall have converted into an
even more powerful block in t:he
House than we have in the Parlia-
ment which was so recently end-
ed.
The Conservative central office
I expects a gain of twentN or thirty
seats. Betting in the Stock Ex-
C change on Saturday was three to
two against a clear Conservative
majority and nine to one against
a clear Labour majority and three
to one against Labour being re-
turned as the strongest single Par-
r y- These odds have only an in-
te-rest because th'e Stock Exchange
.'was never been a good judge of
Election prospects. It went wildly
wrong last year when Labour was so
successful.
The three Parties all timed the
issue of their election manifestoes
so they could be read by the Elec-
torate in the Sunday papers. The
Conservative manifesto takes the
form of ex-Premier Baldwin's
election address and it is a very
lucid and comprehensive docu-
ment. It gives a prominent place
to Imperial Preference and to safe-
guarding of industries so that it is
evident the Conservative Party
has not altogether abandoned
tariffs. Repeal of the Mckenna
duties is strongly denounced, a
very interesting point is the plea
for a contributory schemeof of old
age pensions and also of Widows'
pensions.
The Labotr Government has re-
cently improved the conditions or
Old Age Pensions. It is proposed to
do more in this direction and also
to introduce Widows' Pensions on a
non-contributors basis. Labour
enmphasies this in its Inanifesto
and It had been intended to make
the promise of Widows' Pensions a
great feature of the Labour cam-
paign. It is continually being
claimed that one of the rea-
sons why the Liberals turned
Labour out was to prevent it get
ting the credit for introducing
Widows' Pensions next session.
Mr. Baldwin has rather taken the
wind out of the Labour sails by I
plumping for Widow\v' Pensions
himself even thLough tie,, are to
be on a contributory basis.
The programme in the Labour
manifesto is studiously moderate.
There is no reference to the Camp-
bell case which caused the Govern-
ment's downfall. There is no word
about nationalization of the Bank
of England which was the demand
of the Labour Party at their annual
Conference last week. The biggest
scheme put forward in the mani-
festo is nationalization of coal
mines expressed in the following
words: 'The reorganization of the
whole mining industry in. con-
junction with by-products and-
power stations on the lines of
national ownership., equitable
treatment of all interests concern-
ed, security both for taxpayers and
consumer wages under properly
arrived at National agreements and
participation in administration
both National and local by the
various grades and sections of
those engaged in the industry."
The phrase about equitable treat-
ment for all interests concerned
Is assured that Lal)our does not
propose to nationalize by way of
confiscation. Moderate elements
have been uppermost in the draft-
ing of the manifesto as they gen-
erally are when Labour is doing any
thing really important. The mani-
festo almost erra on the side of


moderation for it makes rather dull
reading and there are none of the
glowing promises and stirring calls
to battle which marked Labour
literature in the days when the
Party had less responsibility, but,
however, restrained the official


Our First


LIBERALS AND FORIES
COMBINE AGAINST LABOUR.


Continued from page 4

In those days it was accurate to,
describe a triangular contest. Rs
profiting the Conservatives "at the
expense of the Liberals and Labour
but the position nowadays is more
complicated. There are many
Conservative workingmen who
would vote Labour rather that Lib-
eral and in industrial Constituen-
cies where sentiment prevails the
standing down of the Conserva-
tihe candidate in favour of the
Liberal is simply to make a present
of votes- to Labour. Similarly there
are old fashioned Liberals whom
nothing could induce to vote for
their hereditary enemies, the Tories
but who will continue to vote
Liberal no matter .how forlorn be
the Liberal candidate's hopes. Te
only way of keeping these votes
from Labour is to plut up Liberal
candidates.


Corsets 20 and 21
Baby Bonnets
Ribbon
Millinery Flowers
Women's Summer Vests
Black Skirts 20/- now
Suede Hats 16 '6 "
Fancy'Pique" 8/6 "6
Curtain Muslin
Swiss Embroideries 5 ins. m
/Ginghams 2,.9 yd now
Irish Mull 45 ins. wide
Silk Stockings
All Linen Napkins
Remnants Pract

Real Bargains in a
Lines.


1/- pair
2,'- each
half price
half price
1 /- each
5 /- "
2/6 ,,
2/- yd
10d "
wide 3d "6
1/6 "
1/- "
2/6 pair
16/6 doz.
tically given away.

hundred other


Sale Commences

Wednesday the-15th
and continues to

Saturday 18th October


THE WOMANS SHOP
Reid St
2334 lll.tu.


Best Quality English


CORRUGATED


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Heavy Grade


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Mercerised and Shrunk


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1677 th.ei tp '
HERRINGTON'S NEW GIFT SHOP


BERMUDIANA B'LG.
English China
Nippon China
Bohemian Glass
Boudoir Lamps
Serving Trays
Greeting Cards for
2133 th.eitp.


"FLYOSAN"
Ask anyone who has used -it,
and you will be told that it has
become an indispensable house-
hold article.
Think of the comfort. No Flies
by Day. No mosquitoes or
Roaches by Night.
Flyosan is harmless to humans,
and does not stain.
Small Can and Sprayer only 2/3.
J. B. ASTWOOD'S
53 Front St. Under R.B.Y. Club
1970 $f.eitp

COLDS CAUSE HEADACHES
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE removes
the cause. Used the world over to cure
a cold is one day. q The signature of
E. W. GROVE is O, each box. Manu-
factured by the PARIS MEDICINE CO..
St. Louis, U. S. A.
manifesto may be, those who have
listened to Labour Street corners
orators during the week end know
that the majority of propagandists
have not been so sobered.


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Silver Articles
Amber, Coral
New Pearl
Strings
Fine Brassware
all Occasions


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If we have the slightest
suspicion that any article
will not prove thoroughly
satisfactory to our I
patrons, it never finds a
place in our stock.

We appreciate the fact
that [the greatest asset
of our, business is the
confidence of our patrons
and we spare no efforts
to -ee that this is always
merited.


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Bargain Sale

TO CLEAR

Discontinued Lines for splendid New
Stock

Goods will be sold irrespective of
cost


Kelvinator
E ENDORSED b lead-
ing authorities. This
automti.7 refrigeration
is endorsed by the Good
Housekeeping Institute, the
New York Tribune Insti-
tute the Modem Priscilla '
Proving Plant; and, best of
all, by 'thousands of set-
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KelvLnator owners. Then
talk with us. '
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1616 s.tu.th.tp.



,FLASKS

Scotch Whisky
Rye Whisky
Cordials
Brandy
Gin
Rum
Port Wine
Cocktails

Big Display at
John F. Burrows & Co.
QUEEN STREET BRANCH H.
2150q1f.etip


Every .set deserves

De FOREST TUBES
Made, by the man that
made Radio possible
Do not waste your good
money on cheap tubes I
Get the best
21/- each

E. L. PALMtER&SOS
Sole Agents
Phones 456 & 156B ,
Queen St., Hamilton
2393 f.eit'p. __ ,___
............


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cious to the taste-
That they have an
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you can buy are


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7he answer to the
baking problem is
Bermuda Bakery Bread.
Carefully made of the best. materials
obtainable, delivered to your grocer
fresh daily, this Bread will not.
onlItrelp you to avoid the disap-
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you to effect satisfying economy.
Bread--Your Best Food
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Ltd.
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THE ROYAL


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Page 6 ri,~ BOYAL GAZETTE AND COLONIST DAILt, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15. 1924
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S. NELMES,

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S \'m'hen tlne noise f -th .'11.
'. dren pla iti.g pur,. :.'*-:r :i
So end-%-hen .t i;
and hae pai.s i, ',uI ;u ; -0.
When you hbae\.!llt i, -: ,'
ivc rn-out feeling I ;, :.
Pmil:halr's \'e [,l- L '. ..i
pound will help yon. I I.;e'u-
" station is :orldwvide. Fo. i'-iny
S ytc r it has-asis;cJ 1 i :. '-
p ing '.., omen to good health.
S f ,-ou are suffering,.take Lyda.
E. Pipkam's Vegetable Coin-.

S Its Sold r l All Chemiste




.. mI.. k L yi
A ",'. -,t'll E. P r-i-Vr.,,-
il -: ?. o I 'C'- -mi t .D pou-, i..
every .re noticed
the dlrrmernce anine.
imo nInhv I :. plea~id
for vcu to Lih my'

MI~ Mrs. Ealy Davis
I ,-"-.-:-+ i Wiipeg.... l.-- '- a



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ii ii;npos-ible if the liver is
!n retiv.j. Dangerous impurities
left itn t!.. blood are thrn being
carried to all parts of the system.
Brain, nerves and muscles become
starved-even poisoned-and many
serious nerve troubles may originate
from a disordered li\vr.
Keep your liver act,';'I by taking
an occasional d.s < F :. f b'::. By
regulating the liv'r au ,- ",
BiJax quickly relieve- u ..u, U-i..
a ,_ '1 ', -' i-'- j ,
caln i -z ,i ,:- V-s,

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tite, and invigor-
ates the whole
Sls IU. i
1 ;.1'1 I ht vrt,:,e, 6 bol,'les
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THE TOWER.


ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL.

Continued from page 1
be-in tile hands of tile Football
Committee of t le B.A.A.


r.' L ii'nit':out Si ,r. L _, an'.1I' h 'U ,,1-
final- .in- final lmus't lbe pliyte'.i on
th.e B.A.A. Ground.

1 t: l. -a -: ,e bi ona f_ .'1
:', i- I ooi ..... I .; el fib or t1
:' L ''1- .to tile B. .. ithin I,- .
T' .. i- U t ,' .'i.o n i -.i
S. .. -. ,i ,; the :. ; rm p to o. i
_....*. ':, i .-t..-l ,- n. Yui 1 ; 1)el'.i
i ai:-I ta!e- tplA(e, ite list to lo ei


TFle Hoil Se:-reraj, of but i'
clubs shall otelf oi'.l tie result of
in i'tt 'es togetrier with lists of
pb l'.y to ...e B.A.A. ituhin ttee
.:IOU1S.
Ex5. Fi.,, .' i:nui pl for onle club








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i1 Oi t i. ( .i i .,:'-i'vi0 l e (t ej n it itl


.- i .i oil'd f ground. I lid make all
, ti- i ,-':-,- .; ,rrang inel t.s e'-.


notified to the i lB. will bae tlace





fo vby ied tle B A. .A.A. Committee.C ite
;. Exira tiiltee sHall be plfiedal inl

Sthe f a r\v gi e, un -,
fin -.le;i, ii t i. S ll il e lreill e.l

a iid on thle groun' d f th- e terii'
tilg on tete first boccasion-elected






bnotfie to tle B.A.A. in advance.g to
8. Protests in de'riting 'ust beh
foctwardedc the B A.A. CommBittee
:iithil 2*- t ouis and the decision
of tle Comm'Littee shall be final in
f-oil lioii tttei". .

3.. All iiat... e- litIt be pl ted
Oi t'tne ;! ate'- to 1.i i J i re
w.,,en a ne\\ date will le selected
be : the B.A.A. Te,-li foiling to
Splay on the :da es appointed shall
f,-rfir tie .liari-i. Anllie a autis-
actor;- exCut.e i' gi)en tie B.A.A.
in \ riting..
10. Tle' Cup l \lil h-, ,,ei.l by t lie
..innei, to -he bi.gi ning of the
follow ing sea.7,.'n, .viien it ",iii.r
b,- re'ti.;lne'l i,; good conidlition to
1I ',.,!. ...\ A. It uii.t r,,it be rtlken outt
,cI. t ie I-hl_,i.,:; I i .:; ) m ai'; t et t*i ->r
be .lgn.e[ on ir <- elier'v 1o the 'in--

11. Ail a..!.niiii!!iln iri(Y,_i-s i]nu'i. be
; !'e -.,? l ei, .e.i, E .A .A H it-ii -
ilit..,.


Mr. J. S. Valli,, Hamilton, Agent
for Bermutda, carries a large stock
of -D, Chase's Medicines and %%ill
surply the trade promptly.

r- wo






The Wor/ds

C red'0s/Ilel/r
Of rredicuie dealers everywhere.
Agents :- The Bermuda Drug-:Co.

LEVER WATCH FREE.*7
, url;n.sr~iletLers
j n oh o tLa-. Cf jcod us

l.gyl L nr tur, tG LE
t :, tbnI A b*,, R 0 -R B
solutely Freet7
,J fatr:-J URa,'ute, Lever Watch.
ndii ma, o r ot c,, If ",'O U n ad Ua t1e
corr metnm me, b t 'ou d6LComplyj
anm. c :r 'odt,on and promise LO
,hor tue wat,u to your friends. Lswe
VID wli a drertme our goods. 1 costI
yc.,i. ontthno to try EO gend at oncgi'
elnclose. tarup for reply. ----
L81112OBeneral Supply Assocallon. I
Deit,.33 -i*m*F I 'vrevrarldega naB |


FIREWORKS



Wholesale and Retail

Agents for Pain's famous English Fireworks as
sold" by us for, years.


NOW READY

Pain's were the Contractors for the Wonderful
Displays at Wembley.


i.i'elier rt'e pin.1 ircent ot t'le sub-
'id: is, to Tb'e regi rdedl as tribute
or 0' a partner- rip will make a
great deal of difference when the
-ubsid( question comes up for clis-
Si1Sion 0 toon after tlhe Assemlibl.,
imeetz, a; it surely will on account
of most other matters depending on
its settlement in favour of a regu-
lar and efficient steamship ser-
vice. Our experience during the
war gave abundant testimony as to
what happens to Bermuda in the
absence of frequent steamship com-
.fiunicatlon, and although much
of our expenditure is undoubted-
ly caused by catering to strangers
without their presence in the
Island we would neter get the im-
provenients for ourselves.
The American elections "will be
over early next lionthi and relieve
one cause of uncertainlt.v, but uniil
our steaim-hip o ni i lication with
the United States Is assured for
another tern of -\ears the feeling
of uncertarint.\ will remain with re-
gard to all Iocai imnprovemehts and
activitie-. The only thing to pre-
vent its early settlement vill be
the opposition anld iro.-rastination
of those \ .hOo tan offer. i) feasible
alternative. a- :i if ioiug a(ld full
discussion is n':-i-es-ory to bring
out the situation .iiore clearly the
earlierr a start is made the better.
With our steamln co-mYmunication


TODAY

I


THE AMERICAN ELECTIONS.

Continued from page 1
service outr revenue would be only
too easy to reduce, but what about
our expenditure? In other words
we ha,?e 'given hostages to fortune',
and niiu-t goverll ourselves accord-
ingly. ..
During lthe comingg debate on
subsidiepz n1i11:. old argminents
will adoubte.=- again see the light-
or oIaneii the air, if that is a
better v.-a, of pu:ti:g it. Certain
ileillberl" wI ) at leact profess not to
understand Bermuda's present
steainlhip conditions will at first
endeavour to delay t.h' discussion
as long a l)ossibl?, but when at
last a decision is forced upon them
by others who know that modern
bul-inl nlw aarranlellients are made
month ahead and not at the very
last moment,they will trot out the
old stock arguments and perhaps
even go so far as to half promise
to establish a competing steamship
.etiice lather than any longer pay
subsidies. y
The arguments may be harmless
enough, and even useful as bringing
out both sides of the question lO
consideration. but from past ?x-
perience half-piomise- which delay
decision are things to be guarded
against. Som-n of then are plausi-
ble enough to command a follow-
ing. and by the time the promises
lail to make good much valuable
rime has been lost.
Bermuda is far past the time
when-. she could charter tranmp
steamers or a fleet of sailing ves-
sels to handle her trade, tourist
of otherwise, and any comnlititor
worth considering would mi e a
-proposal to the Legislature long
before the very day the question 01
continuing the subsidies for the
New York service had to be decided.
On the other hand, however, Fur-
ness, Withy & Company have alsc
'given hostages to Bermuda' in the
shape of the Tucker's Town dev.elop-
ment and the ne'.v LihO'a _". in
iticit, both paklies to the preseAfl
i.r',- genln a a-! i ll i0. t )O deeply \
ro treat together as anything but
frientd- a, lnd partners.
Tile utbsildv for the New York-
Beinuriila zteanmship service irlay b-.e
looked at in either of two ways-
as a tribute to a powerful steam-
ship company which is supposed
not to really need the money, ot as
the Colonl's participation, as t
Spaitner, in that steamship comi-
pany's business. If regarded as a
tribute. Bermudians- still hayv
spirit enough to declare theirwill-
ingness to contribute 'millions for
deence---but not one penny 0oi
tribute," but. regarding it as a sigr
of partnership puts an entirely dif-
ferent complexion on the matter
After five years of dealing with
I' Iesi-,. Furness Withly & Company'
Slerhlips there is a good deal more
iI tIi partnership idea than i-
ind.ica ted l)y tile recent mischievous
, runiour that our present contract-
ors neither desire to renewv
tie existing contract nor
to entEr into a new one.
\Wtih T.he interests of Bermuda and
tjre intele-ts of the steamshiip com-
pan -o, bound together as they are
at p)ieznt, this rumour may be
t sumii-L rily dismissed for w hat it is
w\orts, or for the intentionbehlind
; circlel' tio.r iO l.
The partner,.!ip idea may also
irofit by comparison witri Ber-
muda's cavalier treatment by the
Quebec Steamship Company and
the Conada Lines some years ago,
culminating in their brilliant ef-
SI'ort of 19i-4, \when t.',ey proposed to
al:e over tile Shelley Boy Race
C'our.se and( as nlil-Iu more of the
Island as they could get their
hon.s on. Small] wonder that on
the last occ-.asion wI henll thie Quebec
I Stea..;'rip Co.mpiany was c-riticizedl
in t'he ASC,,iibl: during th'e pas-
a ge of t-re Rail\ta.- Bill, the dis-
.. tus-ion \was 'as~rily stopped on t.he
plea that fie d(lea':l were likely to
be slai.nder-ed


Point.
*
Silent,
Comic


The Aroma

of


OT il


'U


W JU M H429

betokens the perfect blend.
Superb in flavor- Try it today.


3RilllllHili(lHi lillillltllllllllllllllllllllmlliiimitiiiillllllll

SDo Trifles Annoy and Upset You
| Do You Have Frequent Headaches
= Do You Quarrel With Those You Love -
S Do You Jump When the Door Slams a
imnnur ,'immn
Well Known Hospital Physician Says These Are Some of the
Danger Signals of E:.hau:ted Nerve Force-\Xhat To Do
One of the most terrible of all hu- If y.wu have any of the symptoms
man ailments is exhaustedl nerve'of hierve force exhaustion, you
force. It weakens all the vital orgaus should. at once take steps to enrich
of the body and as a result all kind (your blood. This can be quickly and
of alarming symptoms may appear. mosteffectivelyaccomplished the
Some people get nervous indigestion, only increases. the activity r o the
pains over the eyes, in" the heart, bhd mlsking organ, but fedas true
and across the small of the back; in red blood food directly to tbe blood
*1hersthe firs t symptoms are mental its-,f and thereby helps to create
hmetead of .physical-sleer'lesness. million's of new red blood cells.
worry over trifles, or inability to The di.overy, of organic iron as
concefitrate on your work. ,cntaiaed in Nuxated Iron iis one of
The nervous mother Is upset y the. most valuable red blood making
her children. squabbles x(ith hr ush- cientilic discoveries since the crea-
band, has frequent fits o:f tha ",lir," `00n f flou'lern medical science, and
and bursts into tears over the ;ma l- i.- e i.t in helpin-g 1 create new
eat troubles. In such ca.es it i- ujcrv: .:-..: aud revitalize worn-out,
worse than useless to w -ast, i, e tk- l 0h-.t:d nerve cells is sometimes
ing stimulating medicines or nar- mo,,t naziun.
cotic drugs; the starving nerve cells .Tr,' Nixated ITron fo6r two weeks
must have nerve food which is s11p- andwf at th' ncud of that time you
piled by the blood. Any pbhy.ician have ucit ohtained all and even
Swill tell you that if the blood surelyy rentr benefits than you e ct, the
were cut off' from any nerve in yuur manuifacturei-s will promptly refund
Y0Y that the nerve would die. .our money.



BERMUDA DRUG CO. Sole Agent.


' Universal Jewel 8 Acts Starring
VIRGINIA VALLI with PERCY
MARMONT.

I SIDNEY PAGE, glorious in the
beauty and charm of young wonman-
hood, awoke one [day to the daz-
zling realization. that. she was the
object of the affection of two ma-
ture men. Masculine affection was
nothing new to her: from her
schooldays she had been courted
by two youths of her own age, and
she had been considered the belle
of the small city where she lived.
"K"'Le Moyne,cquiet, distinguished,
r mysterious, his presence in the
r city a mystery, intrigued her.
Dr. Max Wilson, recently come to
- assume direction of the new hos-
* pital, swept her off her balance
by the swiftness of his wooing.
Herself studying to be a nurse, she
came in close contact with him
Avyen as she had with Le Mloyne,
who was a boarder In the home of
the aunt witli whom she lived.
'It was .her Interest in Le Moyne
that was responsible for her break-
* ing off sentimental association
with two youths of her school days,
"Slim" Benson and Joe Drum-
n mond.
"'Slim" did not take his conge
1 much to- heart, tflthough he and
Joe had engaged in fierce quarrels
concerning their position in the re-
- gards' of Sidney, but Joe was deep-
ly affected; in-time he was to do
an act? of desperation that had
vital consequence in the lives of
Sidney, Le Moyne. Dr. Wilson.
and Carlotta Harrison, who had
comiie with Dr. Wilson to the hos-
pital as his special nurse. Tle corn-
plications that came into the lives
of these men and womefi brought
tragedy in.'their wake -also they
brought happiness to two .and- the',
sad penalty of mourning 9ver cold J
ashes of vengeance for another.
This picture will be screened at
the Opera House, to-night .and
Town Hall, St. George's to-morrow
night, i -
S' 0 0-o ..
Cutting corn low will check the
European corn borer. .

The city of Denver is considering
a smoke nuisanc-e- ordinance.

The world's largest z sapphire i
found in Ceylon during the middle
ages weighs -916 carats,


with thlie mainland assured for an~h
other period of years, ,our repre-.
sentatives can then proceed to
settle out domestic 'problems
either on the basis- of continued
pro-nerity or with due regard to
the fact that ao all things mun-
dane move in cycles sooner or later
the peak of even such undertakings
as the tourist trade is reached and
the downhill course begins.
No bells or other alarms are rung
when such liurning-points are
reached.. and although we trust
that with an efficient and well-
advertiseld teaumship service we
still '*iave a considerarblo distance
to go before this happens with our
pet evocation it is fervently to be
hoped that our Finasnce Commit-
tee has duly taken into considera-
tion before submitting the results
of their oneilLto. .l id thank-
less task to the nierc.v of the irre-
spmisible ortorsr of the Assembly, .


a 9


Rotary Club Luncheon,
Pleasant. 1 p.m.
ii *
Mechanics' Hall "The
Watcher", in 8 reels. Also a
Cartoon and Pathe Neivs.
,* *


DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE.

"Notes by the Plant Pathologist.

Potato Diseases 1. Common Scab.

The common scab of Irish pota-
toes were attributed to mechanical
injury or to the effect of various
irritating substancessuch as lime
or wood ashes inC the soil till in
1890 Thaxter isolated an organism
'which he proved to be the cause.of
the disease and which he placed
among the lower fungi, calling it
Oospora Scabies. Iij~1914, however.
Gussow, now Dominion Botanist
of Canadah, showed that.it belonged
rather to the filamentous bacteria
anid transferred it to the genus
Actinomyces (A. Scabies., a group
which is extremely common in soils
containing much organic matter
and inhi,:!( gives to them their pectt
liar odour. It has not yet been
absolutely proe.-'%e ',* : A' iL ., .
scabies is not a nl'.-.i al ci',-: i i-. i Et'.l t
of virgin soils. but the general
bias of opinion seemli to be that the
organism or group- of organism .
producing scab is distinct from all
-2ormally occurring Actinoin, ces.
The potato tubers' may become
infected at any stage of their
growth but mature tubers eet-ln to
withstand priinoar,- attacks. The
scabs represent. an attempt on the
,part of the tuber to cut off the in-
vading organism. When the pota-
toes are dug a whitish film may be
seen covering the older and larger
scabs; this is com9.sed of the bac-
terial filaments w which break up
into pieces and are carried bout
like dust from place to place.
.-Many attempts have been made
to control the disease burt the pre-'
sent gaps in our knowledge of its
life history have rendered these
somewhat empirical. One of the
most commonly employed methods
is the application of sulphur to in-
fected soil at- the rate of 450 to 800
pounds per acre. This treatment
was first based on the theory that
the incidence of scab depends di-
rectly on the reaction, alkalinity or
acidity of the soil, and that. the
sulphur, being oxidised into acids.
reduces the alkality and also the
amount of thie scab. It i.s now re-


Colonial Opera House "The Un-
known" in 8 Acts. Also "Interna-
tional News."
: *
Somers Opera House St. George's
"Stolen Orders". Episode 7 "Brand
ed Four."
-00---
HUMANOPHONE CO.

Taken from the novel by Mrs.
Rinehart, "The Altar on the Hill,,"
"'Tli Silent Watcher" should com-
bine all the elements of originality
and, action which the film de-
maands. .
When the audience sees that
Glen Hunter plays the leading
part th ere will not be much more
inducement wanted to draw them.
His work is the best of its kind and
Jy has a great opprotunity in this
play for his special talent' which
was so enjoyed recently here in
"Merton of the Movies."
Bessie Love- is the leading
woman's figure and follows on her
other successes by creating the
part. of 'Mary Roberts in scenes
which are full" of pathos and -real
tragedy which is afterwards turned
to happiness. This film will
be shlewn to-night and to-morrow,
.at the Mechanics Hall and is fully
worthji of an appreciative audi-
ence.


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cognised that the remedial action
of sulphur is rather as a fungicide.
Last .year the application of sul-
phur at the rate of 6001bs. per acre
was tried on several fields here.
with apparently beneficial results.
A uniformly successful treatment
is by the employment of green
nmanures. According to what is
known as Wile preferential food
theory the scab organisms can
exist. in the soil for long periods of
time livng on decaying vegetable
matter, especially cellulose, the
skeletal material of plants and if
the soil is rich in such matter they
will not attack potatoes. In poor-
sandy or liny soils, however, the
tubers are veiy liable to attack. It
appears to be essential for'the suc-
cess of tile green manure treatment
the.t the young plants should be
growing at the same time as the
green .st uff is disintegrating.
The practice of seel potato dis-
infection against scab is a wide-
spre:a':i one in the United States.
Tnts eoni--ts in steeping the tubers
.for i\oli hour'> in a .veal: solution
of formalin. Half a pliit of ctin-

inercial formalin to 15 gallons of
water is a suitable strength. This
treatment is of course not of any
great value if the soil is already it.-
fected. Green manuiring and seed
'disinfection by ieans of formality
are in regular use at trle Station
plots where there hlas never been
a -c.abby crop.
;etcabbed potatoes thrown on the
manure- heap or fed to pigs will lead
to soil infection.
Scab' is more prevalent in dry
than in vet seasons. This is in
some -.mall degree due to the in-
fluence of temperature on the de-
veloplment of the organism but is
more closelyy dependent on the fact
that it is strongly aerobic i.e. is
depen'lentr on free ,':' ,f a ;i: r
vigorous growth h. Tuis is t"e 'Amain
reason vlihy it, is practical. oatsent
fromn lieavy cla:. soils and so pre-
valent inll light open soils.
There are many points regarding
the scab organism which will ,iave
to be cleared up. One is the v-.ry
lavourable effect on its growth.
produced by burn-.,ard manut.',
an effect unic-h ~l diffi:tldt to 0.<-
plaini on lile basi. of .; of tIie
t-heories outlined al, 'C.






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