The Mid-ocean
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Title: The Mid-ocean
Uniform Title: Mid-ocean (Hamilton, Bermuda)
Portion of title: Mid ocean
Physical Description: v. : ; 39 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Creation Date: July 10, 1920
Frequency: semiweekly
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 35 (Sept. 18, 1899).
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Vol. 9 No. 86 ,+ HAMILTON. BERMUDA, SAl

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SFror M/ie C ia ,tdi nit le. 's. iger or .hItly
Ift i l% tI'ih 1-t: 1-..r *a IPLCe jr, IOUCd 1
ina .1ory. I ca ,' pli 3, IIo P I hi,[.pi-red
bill y-iterday i, one .of h. b -L' I.' Jrdsi of
Paris, where a s' lrdiv drayman %&u s
delivering goods Alon the pathway
i here wei .? rn iy joyous folk and ihe',e
was a thrill of glactnvi-s in 'he air.
Among the merry excl'u d ciowd there
was, howev-r. a man. his face pale arnd
emaciated, his cllihes so worn out that,
l ,ho- eh he wore thetattered jacket of
on ar illery private. it was difficult to
tell whaiher he wa4 a soldier or a civilian;
but in any case it wa, easy to see that
lie had gone through intense suffer-
ing and privbanon
He wond-re'l up and down the street
in an undecftr'd fa-hion, as if he id not
kn:,w were to go or what to do. but
e*ery now and then he stopped and fixed
his eyes with a wistful gaze upon a
window in the fifth story of one of the
houses. Suddenly he turned ard going
over to the drayman said.
"Wfill you du me a good turn, old
The drayman was naturally surprised
at the reilu esi, but he replied -if it is
i.nssible 1 shall I think you are a sol
dier. so I cannot refuse."
--I am a soldier, just tack front Ger-
many. where I have been a prisoner
for itlr,-e yearn and a. I could rei|her
write nor tc,-i',- l-t'ers. I fear my
Ir'iher. who as ill \then I wer.t away,
Ihf.-e ne 'deadl Co .i ql-ietl3 it I
drop in on'het. itlcui hu ord of piepa-
Ion, it will protaltb. kill h,.r. W ill you.
itl.e,-fore go and ielI her of my arrival?'"
*-1. vour arotiher living near?." the
draV man .rtimqired
*:Ye-. Do y.ou see ti-at wirdow
up there? Y-ui will find her in that
Ioom wiih m\ -it.?r It will on'y take
you about five monuiite to do what I
aik : o doI,'t rel'ume me.
The dra iman knocked the dus: from
hise hands, atraibhte.td hi- i cap upon
his head. and ta',d
"I will do what ;%ou avs'. niy boy."
The two men walked tofethher o the
house. On arriving at the dooi thedray.
mah remarked,
I" shall go in first'; you can follow

wi'h emotion.
They went into the hall and the
drayman ascended Ihe dark and narrow
staircase. As he wert up, step by
step, he whispered to him-elf in a tort
of repetition, "S'hall I knbck and then
go into the room and say very cautious-
ly to the old lady "-Your son is not
tle'id. MaJame; or will it be wiser to
say: '1 have come to enquire if you
have received rews of your sorn'?
Bnfore he hid tim.- to decic'e the
matter he bad reached hii destination.
sHe knocked at the door of the room,
without in the leart knowing what he
was going to say.
A soft low voice called out:
"Come in."
The drayman opened the door and
bEheld a small room, badly furnished,
tit by tte light of a flickering lamp:;
two women were busily engaged sew-
ing. One was bernt and feeble, the
other, a young girl. with grave, brown
eves. They stopped their work and
looked at their visitor with some
"You wish to speak to us?'' the old
lady asked.
"Yes, madame'," the man answered,
and then there was silence, as he did
not know what to say next.
At last the oIl lady spoke.
."What dots your message refer to?"
she inquired.
The response came quickly. "It
refers to something vi ry interesting to
you, madam "
The .old lady bowed her head as she
whispered sadly'
"There is nothing to interest me On
earth now."
The drayman, in his sympathy for
the mother's anguish, forgot for a
moment his embarrassment and ex-
claimed in a bliTff. honest way.
-We muat not be like that, madame;
Ve must have courage and hope "
Then he stopped; ell his former con.
........aion returned. As tveiowed the two
,ad races before him. hi,- perplexity in-
creased as to hTow he would break the
good news. He glanced round the room
seeking an inspiration, when his eyes
fell upon a large crucifix hanging uron
the wall.
.The inspiration had com. and the
man who had not set this foot inside
the church for went years, cried out
in triumph. He pointed to the Figure
hanging on the cross.
"1 am certain you have very often
prayed to10 Him !who is hanging there,"
he ventured.
"Indeed we have," rejoined the
young girl, ral her amazed at the man's
query. +
"I have come," replied the drayman
"to te:l you that your prayers have been
Continued on fourth page

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.careful study of the properties of cer-
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the value of their work. These pills
have been recognized for many years
as the best cleansers of the system
that can be got. Their excellence was
recognized from the first and they
grow more popular daily.

Official News

The following announcements were
made in the (itfic 'L I;azelie puiiitsheil
on ThurdJay. July 8:
'Ihe foll..icn despaich which has-
b-,t received hv Hi- Excellency t[.e
Goverror from ih Secretary of SrTte
for the L'oloO, is published for gen-ral
n formation.
Downing Street.
10 June., 192.
I ia'. e 1he hotir into inform vou
tha, il!l Masje, IN:t- tei. pl-a.-d to
dire-ct Iha' I '.hohtii convi-y 0 oyou for
the info ni at non .f the People of I er-
muda hi, best thanks for 'he loyal
me,-sage tof or.eratulati n forwarded
nn the oi'eanion of tl-i. hbirhday.
I have the honour to be,
Your most obedient
humble servant,
Central Sir James Willcocks,
G.C.M.G.. K C B.. K.C S.I.,
D.S.O. &c &c.. &c
Mr 'T. Astwood Smith is appointed
to act as a member of the Audit Board
during the absence on Il-ave of Major
T. M. Dill with effect from the 3rd
July, 1920
Mr. F. G. Gosling. Assistant Colonial
Secretary. etc is granted leave of
absence with effect from the 5th July
to Ihe2rnd1 Augusi inclusive
Mr. II. C. C Outerbridge having
returned from leave of absence resumes
his duties as Dist t Registrar for
Hamiltbn and Smit 'wh effect from
tie 71h July.

AM.E. Church Notes.

L.et us keep In mind the local mission-
ary meeting at St. Paul's. on the 210th
instant. A good programme. At this
meeting the Pastor will give a talk on
his trip to the General Conference and
ine things observed going and coming.
Keep in mind the annual Conference,
July 22nd.

St. Cavids.

The Annual Missionary Meeting of the
little Mission under the pastoral charge
of Rev. R. H. Tobbitt. came off recent-
ly with a "touch and tone" that will
not be readily forgotten.
The addresses on the occasion were
brilliant, and the thoughts expressed
were pregnant with inspiration for new
and zealous missionary endeavour on the
part of all concerned. The speakers in
order of their addresses were Rev.
Austin Richardson- the veteran his-
torianof African Methodism in Bermuda,
and late ministeri-il delegate to the
Quadrennial Confenrence held at St.
Louis, Missouri in May last; Rev. John
H Freestone of the Methodist Church,
St. Georges: Rev Thomas A. Kennedy
of Bethel, Shelley Bay: and Rev. C. M.
Morgan of Bailey's Bay and Tucker's
With Mrs. Jas. Griffiths presiding at
the organ, the choir sang the missionary
selections with credit.
Mrs. James Minors catered to tle
"innerman" of the visiting brothers in
that elegant style peculiar to her, and
the menu was one to satisfy the taste
of an epicure.
A representative congregation enjoyed
the programme and gave a liberal dona-
tion to the cause of missions. The
members of the church are looking for-
ward to the coming Annual Conference
to be held at St. Gleorges on the 22nd.
inst., when their pastor who has faith-
fully served them for over eight years,
is legally due to Elder be'ordained t1
Elders' Orders. --Com. -

I. 0. Go So w4

On Thursday afternoon the members
of Victoria Lodge. No. 8. 1. 0. G. S.
and D. of S. attended a Thanksgiving
service at St. John's church Pembroke.
This service is an annual event with
the members of Victoria Lodge. The
Rev. B. A. Bowman officiated. There
was a large attendance of members.
and the offertory on the occasion was
presented by the Lodge to the Church
fund for the Sick and the Poor.
In the evening the members held a
musical entertainment in their lodge-
room which proved most enjoyable to
the large audience that assembled.

An Oil that is Prized Everywhere-
Canadian Healing oil was put upon the
market without any flourish over
thirty years ago. It was put up to meet
the wants of a small section,but as soon
as its merits became known it had a
whole continent for a field, and it is now
known and prized throughout this
hemisphere. There is nothing equal to


Inquisitive Bill Talks Profitier-
ing, Reform and E. 0. T. P. 0. B.
Company, Ltd.

To the Editor of MID-OCAEN:
Dear Editor.

Bill was pgoi:g into t h-, lik wh,-n T.
nmet hiit u "Vait ii minute. he s atd
"I Wuto to nee you. So I wteied
Preu-itly Pill came oji aind I was
ra'hr disapointpi-rl not 0o s,-e him
draetng a deati bark ifllr- whom hlie,
had juot killed-behind him. For J
know Bill's views about the rate-i n
exchange, age, and those views are distinct .
ly murderous. However, we have tfard
bear many little disappointmenis in.
this life.
"Just wnt in to gee what the rate of
exchai'ge is to day." said Bi.I apolo-
getianli', as though it were a crime.
"ThI's all right Bill .'li t t it?
"Same thing still at 23 ... anrd the
American rate is down Io 14i cents.
Do you think it's profiteering, or are
the banks losing money, and can't Itnd
it? Or as I heard a married lady say
(he other day, it takes an awfal lot of
maney to dress girls nowadays And
you know there's a lot of nice young
ladies working in the bank. Perhaps
after all the banks teed the surplus.
money What do you think?"
I laughed. "I don't know Bill. Leave
it to your readers to form their own
"Well. the resporin.hie people want
to remember that it is hard for the
poor people to buy grub. The higher
the exchange the higher the cost of
grub. And also th?y want to remind
themselves that there is a law of corn-
pensation in thi,'world, just as sure"'4,
'the paths of glory-and profiteers
lea-i but to the grave."
We sauntered along I he street. "Say,"
said Bill, 'where are all the Boards-. I
don't mean lumber-the D. T---'-no I
mean the r.D.B. and the rest'of 'em?
They are all as mum as the mouse the
cat just killed. I think they must bb
developing their owi trade, and lei'in-
the peoples' trad-,levelopitself. t'aumio4
pose there's nothing in the develoh.p-
ment business now the Charybdies is r
the route. Anyway the B.D.V 's, hi
hang it, I mean the Fi.D.B's. and soprl
of the legislators should be pet rdiane
off and retired to thegiood ship Maloah
there to end their days in peace ape
quietness. A commi.ion of three goo
men-who are not commission agents .
ought to be able to conduct Bermudia
to paythe tna good -salary Iary ii B7ta -n're
to devote all their time.to our business.
Maybe the Commissioners would gfve
the younger generation a vote. Sim.e-
one else other than the plutocrats should
have a say in the government of the
country. How do you like that for a
"Fine Bill. It would be great. May-
be some of the readers think as you
"What do you think of the E O.T.P.
O.B. Company? asked Bill.
"The what? Explain Bill. I'm not
well versed in Sanscrit."
"I suppase you know it under another
name. Well. then, we'll call it the Ber-
muda Development Company. But I
call it The Exploitation Of The People
Of Bermuda Compang, Limited-to
nothing there is in Bermuda providing
they can get it. And it behooves the
people to keep more than one eye open
or else-imagine. The scheme looks too
much like the Canada Steamships Line
idea in a new guise. There's a few more
dollar bills on the patter this time. but
they are serving it up in the same way.
What will happen? Well. we'll sell our
birthright for a can of pea soup.
After we have eaten the soup we'll
throw away the can and that's just asw
much as we'll get out of the scheme.'
A huge hotel in Tucker's Town.managed
by the E. 0. T. P. 0. B. Company. A
big departmental store where you can
buy anything from a joint of beef to a
sock for your right foot. This will be
managed by the F. 0. T. P. 0. B. Com-
pany who will import everything they
require, so as to keep the profits in the
family. There will be fine livery
stables managed by the E. 0. T. P. 0.
B. Company and the profits will go-
where I mentioned before. Golf links,
sail boats, motor boats, everything
pertaining to this huge establishment,
will be under the same management,
and none of the profits will stick to
Bermudian fingers. Oh! won't it be,
.e6i'rtat monopoly. All the poassen-"-
gers coming here on their own steam-
ship line will be booked for the E. 0. d1.
P. 0. B. Company's hotel. Everything
they want will be provided for them by
the aforementioned Company, so how
will Bermudian private enterprises
compete against such a monopoly?
What will the people get? If you want
a job as a caddy on the golf links, per-
haps you will it get if they are short of
a man. They may give you a job in the
stables for the same reason. But
that will be all. Perhaps there will be
one or two prominent Bermudians on
the directorate, as a recompense for
services rendered the E. 0. T. P, 0. B.
Company, but they will only be figures
of straw. Beware of the lobbyist who
says 'this is a fine thing for Bermuda."
Analyse the motive and remember this
scheme is not for the benefit of the
people of Bermuda. Anything but
that. True we may get a few crumbs
that fall from the tableand that will be
"1 believe you are right Bill," I re-

Whether the corn can be old or new
growth, it must yield to Holloway's
Corn Cure, the simplest and best cure
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10, 1920 Price d. or 6 cents

I 1. L ate Ns pose first.of ecOanomic ques ea san lac.a -- '
n.ial barsin am nt rge w-se rm tno wab ras to surt under
on'L ate n e attempt in the!same direetti-n .

A despatchonditions t o bhe .El Troed.
ordinges of the Assembly acr nat as ltre as June 27. cor ,

ex on. ninuute ,,ta the next prevurh a,-t
The Spa Conference. arhnsnener a atdhaareet i rC)efe al. ..'
:te. meeting of the Fouqa on tacks on Irains, arriisons avnd ow ,;rj "
ony. ithe biisines was trai '- ---30also. that he has agreed to. urre'nder
htd to be carried over from I hp, 'E.Ir certain C'onih ns he ro n.d to be. p" d -
qteeting, owingto .the absence GERMAN MANOEUVRING DE- yV pro-3o1,,l F'ri..i-,int De la..uera,...:
W,.Is in. chnrge of ihe greater This ncsi.s importEnt, inrview b-ho '"
c ok'ders for th- Dav. 1 )EATED fact.,hat ag lat- 8 as June 27. cc.ori'i ..%i .*'.".
wY,. t,> A'ssociaei d 'r,-2s New s .'on ot Dt h."'"(" '
t.'.ad Iteen read and co, G nes. fnr et < dh^ ; e* ^ i*h'a-" ... w
VRke.r -read.b the fJolowi British Premi4 rW arstsides f orty Gherer cir

i'thT. RLightbourn; Sub-Post-
Paget West, did not elect to
I' tfe benefit of The Civil Service
r.nnuation Act, of 1.S93 at the time
.passingof that Actand that conse-
y he is not entitled to bonus under
visions of the The PublicOfficers
s Resolve. i No. 21, 19t20, which
ides that the expression "Public
includes all public officers whoAe
o-s are subject to deductions under
Sprvision of the Superannruation
'. of i893
f e Governor accordingly recommend
speciall Reolvhe be passed allo.-.
r. Lighlbourn the benefit of trhi
Governor has the honour to in-
the Honourable House of Assem.
th .liaf the.-Lords Commissioners of
Admiralty ard th.? Secretary of
e for War rspetit i. ly desire ihat
.powers conferred on ihe Admiralty
hTe Admiralty Land Act, 1915, and
War (fttice by The War Depart-
u'S.and Act. 19101. with respect to
puvrehase and taking of land in
Islands required for naval and
ry purposes, otherwise than by
ent, shall be extended for a

-le Governor accordingly submits
'naideration of Your Honour.
oase Bil)s to give effect to the
ithe Admiralty and of the War
this matter, and suggests that
nation of such powers should be
-with respect to, such land in
a'tids required for naval and
04urpooes as the Admiralty arid
ierefa'y'of State for War shall,
6,ep. asirija-of the proposed Acts,
,V'ive notice in aCcordanee with t1r,
pr9yvisibons of The Admirnlty Land Act,
'tb5, or of The War Department Land
Act, 1904. of their respective intention
't purchase or take under those Acts.
On motion of Mr. Boyle 'he House
.went into a Committee of the who'e
touse to consider the Governor's
message No. 143. relative to increased
Jubsidy for St. Georges and St. David's
Ferry Service.
MR. PEARMAN in the Chair.
lMR. BOYLE moved that it he recom-
ended to the House to grant an in-
4rease in the subsidy for the operation
,f the ferry service between St.
$eorges and St. Davids Island and to
411ow a Resolve to be introduced to
give effect thereto, which was agreed
The House resumed, and adopted the
resolution of the Committee.
The object of the Bill was to amend
4She General Hospital Act, 19?0, with a
view of prescribing a more appropriate
corporate name for the Governing body
of the Hospital.
Clause 1 provides for the amendment
of subsec 2 of the first section of The
General Hospital Act by substituting
the words "The Governors of the King
Edward VII Memorial Hospital" for the
words "the General Hospital Board;
and Clause 2 provides for the use of
the expression "the General Hospital"
instead of the corporate name prescribed
,by the first section of the Amending
. On motion of Major Dill, the clauses
the Bill were severally adopted, and
i Bill was reported tothe House and
toered tO be engrossed.'
On motion of Mr. Spurling the Re-
solve entitled "The Bermuda Maps
.Resolve, 11920." was read the second
time and committed, adopted, reported
to the House with the blank filled up.
Sand was ordered to be engrossed.
On motion of Mr. Spurling the Re-
solve entitled "The Revenue Depart-
ment Resolve, 1920," was read the
second time and committed, adopted,
reported to the House with blank filled
up and was ordered to be engrossed.
On motion of Mr. H. V. Smith the
House went into a Committee of the
whole House to consider the Governor's
Message No. 154, relative to the salary
of the Colonial surveyor.
MR. BOYLE in the chair.
Mr. H. V. Smith moved that it be
recommended to the House to refer
this message to the Committee appoint-
ed on the 19th day of February 1919,for
the purpose inter alia of having
public officials adequately remunerated.
which was agreed to.
Continued on inside.


The final decision reached on the
forty-fourth ballot-Assistant Sec-
retary Roosevelt for Vice-President
-London presents General Pershing
with a Sword of Honour -Canadian
Premiership offered to Sir Thomas
White-Report that General Villa
has surrendered to the Mexican
Provisional Government- Big seizure
of liquor in New Fngland since

Thue rvi' of L.ondon }',-a tor-~ente.1
i;-' it.,"l I'r.-ti i n ,lt 's j--_'i lt-.l- i -.'Onrrd
w hirh the American Gie.eral ha' acek-pl-
A ToronO Iesp'Ftcpch annorinces ilhat
Sir Thomas 'A hi. has bi-en }n\ij'.1 lo
accept the Prernverti-,..f th [D.,nitnion
of" (inada. mR de \ ic i, br, the r ire
meni of' it Rohbrt r[orlder and, it is
behe\ed that h. .11il ac.-ept it.
Since 1 1- I 4 of .J i arn'. tecoruling
to a ioion despRtch. Federal prohi-
bitiorn s-r, in Nc w Er.nland hitve
seized [nire than 35.,00 gallons of
liquor and alc.,hol, valued at $F1.0Ou1.0il)i,
in raids conducted hy the Federal
authorities. This information hnas been
given out tIy the Federal Prohibition
Enforcement Agent for the New Eng-
land- section. ..
beer containing more thafl one' htf orT-
one per cent of alcohol rave been con-
In a recent interview in London,
Colonel HIou&e, formnirly President
Wilaori' contilential a.lvisor, e .pressed
the opinion that the female vote in the
coming presidential election is a factor
with which the two preat political
parties tr.us' reckon. He declared that
the women cf the United .-tai, will
not tolerate any attempt ,l repeal the
Prohibition Law. -"No doabt exists,"
he said, '"that the nmi'jorily of v\onien
in Americ, favour a bone dry section,
and would vote against whlomn,noever
tries to infect wetness even in the
mil est form. The party which over-
looks the potential strength of these
fifteen it twenty million ballots will
lose tlie light."
Governor James W. Cox, of Ohio,
has been nominated as Democratic
Candidate for the Presidency of the
United States The nomination was
made at the conclusion of the forty-
fourth ballot. When the balloting had
reached a point where Cox had re-
ceived 7oi2 votes and was rapidly ap-
proaching ih.- two-thirds of 729 neces-
saty to s0Lure the nomination, the
manager of the McAdoo forces, who
is also vice-president of the Demo-
cratic Nat;onIl Committee, moved that
the nominiti in be made unanimous.
Later Mr. Franklin D. Rooosevelt.
of New York. assistant secretary of
the Navy. was nominated for vice-
president. Mr. Roosevelt is a cousin
of the late ex-president Roosevelt.

According to a Paris despatch, the
newspapers of that city express satis-
faction that the Allied representatives
at the Spa Conference have refused
the demand of the German (hancellor
that economic questions be considered
before disarmament. It is believed that
this r.-'ove on.the part the German
Chancellor was premeditated, there
being a persistent effort on Germany's
part to avoid carrying out the terms of
the PeaceTreaty with regard to disarm.
ament. The notes sent to Berlint awards
the end of June regarding the strength
of Germany's military and police forces
and the abolition of the military or
"green" police and so called Civil Guards
caused a situation approaching a crisis
in the German Capital, according to
despatches from there, and drew from
the Minister of Defence the declaration
that he would be unable to remain in
office if the Entente insisted on the
reduction of the regular Army to 100,
000) men. The manifest determination
of the militarists and reactionaries is
to defeat, if possible, the purpose of the
Entente to limit Germany's military
force to an army of 1110.000 men, and
the proposal at Spa to consider and dis-

Drives Asthma like Magic. The im-
mediate help front Dr. J. D. Kellogg's
Asthma Remedy seems like magic.
Nevertheless it is only a natural remedy
used in a natural way. The smoke or
vapour, reaching the most remote pass-
age of the affected tubes, brushes aside
the trouble and opens a way for fresh
air to enter. It is sold by dealers
throughout the land.

firth.dr. thIt the signers rhfi9 -" anf '
the reign of d*.moc' trcy. gru 'e6 rr-, :
nient of the people, by the pcople.andu i
ha.t the succession of tyranti heao't
I y mEans of treason. intrigue, dislo;H .
cowardice arid crime, assassina-tin
to elevate someone else;:' and it'
dicted that "the regime whirh iniends
to establish self tr he country, wi h
the same patsinrn. the sinie Jealousies,
Ite anme ambitions and the same
ni-lak. I;I t be impotent to reosvort
peace to the republic."
And,. with regard to the lerrni pro.-
po.ed by the new Goverrnmentit i'l ts
eff.j is to secure the reliremetnt of
General Villa, the manrifeso assert ted
that the emiaries of the (iovernnrier
dcnianded that the ,ghterh. of th maniai-
fe-to abandon theit chief General
'Villa, anid retire 10o private lite ur serve
in the army under an t)nregoni-ta
vhie-ftain and that Gi#neral Villa retire
'a private life and confine I.t m -lfIto
the State of Soriota until ilter the
electi,,. al-er ih. could line tny a.here
in lie Retpubltca, a private citiz.--..
Having regard to the existing tilua-
tior. the l insil1 of he manifesto re-
pudiate-d their new Government and its
.licy decldiinu in favour of the resto-
r3iion of thep Corns i'itin orf l57 and
describing -!_et.eial Villa as **the only
lIadr whon iiirinterft'edly and patriot.
tally comt-ai ,d will continue oconbat
for the welfare of ithe peorlp an-t fo
the re #.rablibhment of cens rulio-naf
The dJ -pirchi reporter Vtl.1'- alleged
% illinne ss to surrender is *l't I sn to
the Prndlitioris upon which it vould be
made, but the fact that lihe famous
Guerilla Chieftain has co-.senvtd to lay
down his arms is an important fa.cor.ti
th? situation of tne Mexican ,.itlrf on.

n a -s a.sK e u. 1r -e '-
Harvest Tba sgivini ervce

Tomorrow, Sunday July II n there
will be a special Harvest TI. ,nkspiving
Service in ihe Emmanuel Methodist
Church, Port Royal at 330 p m Rev.
Norman M. Guy of Wesley Methodist
Church of Hamilton, will occupy the

Interesting Items.

Waste grape vine branches are being
used by the French in the manufacture
of paper.
It has bepn found that a mixture of
25 per cent eacl of gasolene and ben.
zole with 501) per 'cent of alcohol works
very satisfactory as a fuel for motor
A solution chemically heated by
several processes changes the raw cot-
,on product into a hard ivory-coloured
substance that can be easily moulded
into any shape desired. Manufacture
and sale of this material as an ivory
substitute have reached large propor-

The Chinese introduced rice culture
into Hawaii, and they are still the chief
rice growers. They also hrat planted
sugar cane at the "-Crossroads of the
Pacific" and manufactured the sugar.
When the Hawaiians began to cease
cultivation of taro, it was the Chinese
who became taro-planters and the
makers of poi-the staff of life of the
No living representative of the
animal kingdom has more than five
toes, digits or lawas to eaeh'.foot, band-.-
or limb. The horse is the type of the
one toed creation, the camel of the two-
toed, the rhinoceros of the thre-etoed.
and the hippotamus of the fourstoed
animal life. The elephant and hundreds
of other animals of different orders
belong to the great five-toed tribes.
The candelilla plant of Texts and
Mexico formerly looked upon as a
worthless weed, is now used; about five
million tons of the plant in a year A
ton of wax, valued at eighty pounds,
to one hundred and twenty pounds, is
obtained from each forty or fifty tons
of the plant. The wax is applied to
many uses, suck as phonograph records,
varnish linoleums, celluloid, and even
lubricating oils.

When you see your Friend taking
care of himself and using Bickle's
Anti-Consumptive Syrup to rid himself
of a cold in its early stages, take off
your hat to a wise man. Unfortunately
it will be no hard task for you to thiny
of some other friend who died of pleu-
risy orlpneumonia, and a cold starltd
that trouble too. Don't neglect a cold,
Bickle's-the standard and tried remedy
-will safeguard you. Price 25c. at all


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THE MID-OCEAN Viscount Furness at Bermuda Straight Talk Shark Captured WANTED
... A:. Yesterday a sharl;. saidl to measure o
st d 11 feet in length attracted a
S. S. Toddings, B. A, Editor and Yacht Sapphire with party of seven "Good morning, Mr. Burch; arte large number of epl tothe pier at A DI NC HY
Proprietor arrived yesterday ry.ing to qualify for an appointment No 3 Shed. This shark had been decked ,tr open 14-16 feet. in good
Office- Keeper and Messenger at rt- captured hb Mlr. Irving Tucker, off cordit io,. or small decked Boat-State
.............--- Public Buildings? You seeint to hav. White's Island. mir.imum Price.
Hamilton. JULY 10, 1920. Early in the week Messrs. Wailing- the correct attitude.'" For more than a week reports have j J
ton & Conyers received a wireless "I don't quite understand yoD, -beer, in circulation alleging that t.xo
-...- notifying them that the Yacht Sapphire Pennington. What's my attitoot or three sharks were cruising about '.,2,lpI Mid-Ocean Ofice.
CURRENT ITEMS with'Viscount Furness and a piarly on to do with the office-keeper af ItT the harbour. Several persona spoke to
U Nt,o.,rd would arrive at Bermuda on Public Buildings?" ,, haing seen one bit fellow moving FOR SALE
Friday morning. "*Well. I will tell you. Mr. BdrceM along the shore-sometimes in on
Quite early yesterday moraiing Sap- During the debate in the House place ar.d somellmes in another. So -
Next Thursday, the Bermuda Milita phire arrived in Grassy Bay nnd later Assembly. this week, on the removal, o. Mr. Tucker prepared a good strong SIX ROOMED COTTAGE
Artillery and the Somerset Cricket went into the Camber to take on boari Ihe. official quarters of that impor- line, with a suitable, well-hated hook,
Club till pn a rickety match on the a rsuppIly Of fuel oil. public functionary-the office-keepT ard laid n off from the islard. The next we-i Methodii Iarsi nage. Hamil.
Naval cricket ground, Somerset. Dining the forenoon Mesrs. atlinq- and messenger at the Public Builiing$, shark took the bail; the hook and the toi, Wrire H.H. HALLETr, Hamilto,,.
lon & Conyers weit 'aero4s hlie Sound an honourable m,:nmbvr who seems line held. and the monster was scuced. or telephone No. 4.6.
Mass will b- celebrated in '. It, the steamer Corc-na, on which th-- delight in making startling disclnsuie" This capture is but one of several lu,7,2:.p.1
Edwards' Church ,omornow morrnir at former party aid wveie conveyed to made the statement that the offi0 made in flamrlion harbour by employ-
9 o'clock. and at I I o'clock followed by Hamilor. keepers at the Public Lbuildings-tho-|, ine -similar meais. Although large Ancient Order of Foresters
a sermon. At 8 p.m. the Rosary will The party consisted of Viscount who have retired aq well as the 0o' sharks visit the harbour at intervals, no nit r o re.ers
be said and Benediction will be given Furness and Lady Furness, Lady now in office-had to keep their 6eye accident has ever resulted from their Court "Maid Marian" No. 9817
Tomorrow atterrnoi Bo 4 o' clock Drohrda, Lady Sarah Wilson. Captain shut, their ears closed a.,d their n pout.,e preitnce-due perlhap '1o the caution ANNIVERSARY
E. Stanley tomorrow ,attrnoa. clockl h n Wilson, Dr. Gavin. and Mr. Rankln. shut, because they have to come i that it invatably exercised at such ill hld a Necktie and Apron Dance
open air meeting on J he North Shor Originally the prarly consi-ledof eight contract V .th run ous con idenlr times. Street. Han.ill
near Grace Churon. He will speak on persons, the eighth being Captain document which tr.ey are obliged- in the Monday next. the 12t.h ainst
"the Grace Churian He willI Sraker of the Royal Irish Guards. steer clear of The statement elici C comm on Mond aty next p m. Ad. the msth inst. -
"he hriin life.This gentleman was stricken with a request from His Honour the Speak m. Admissions -
Court -'Maid Marian,' of the A.O. I appendicitisnwhil the ienparty waat o for an e.xpIanation -
will celebrate the first anriersar\ of San Francisco. arnd underwent ano opera- "I should sqy it v.oulal need enP
its foundation with a dance in tie o. The party rentaied at Sen pianatir Mr. Pn ron. How CSt. Georges
Moose aloudaion Monday eveda ng, il. Fran'isco urail the patient seen ed to an\ fuller know f paper was eia July ith 1,2i. otiCe to our CuStOmerS
.s12..Se inotioce. be in a fair wav to recover ,lrihen dentinl 'r.less he read it so as to To the Editor of the MID-OCEAN
S 12. See notice. sailed-leaving him behn.ld but lortly out! But I reckon these fellers dd 1
. '" 'or-. .. rsatrae after their deparipture a wire!e,5 was keep their rnouhis -.hut Ion 'n Sir-Would you kindly publish the
-, rra. I he" 'd- -e .Yfollowing statement in your valuable
a in re of h7 ted 051K. th'r paper To whom it may concern rela- Owing to the int'easing cost
"eW to thwhen i cost
,,0ois e eohrg th cntir.ue.l ise in Afr lia i ay i teya wn they rt ive to the unwarrenrEl rumor that is
.. th. a s co",rue.ti>. paid a visit to 1a4 Ex ,el.ne.y the member you talk ab;ut ian' I thi in circulation to the elifct thit the late of Materials used in the MNlnu-
Sthrost of materal. ov'rnor at Mont Langion. and know who he isi or anybi.dy Mr. Cliarle-Ouietbridgeof St. Geotges
SThe Bermuda division of the LI. N I. another to Adnmtal t Iaper ai Claence wouldn't know what's goin on'. died from the effects of eating staie facture of Mineral Waters, we
*. A. and A C. L annources a .arderr Hill; afierviaids they' o)k a laart t'rivel kwox' a member of th. -House tt% ice creana at mny Pore The 'Right'
Fete a St. Georges on July I o lroh the ctt.. teri d com prtt neat i a pc c Candy shop. I w-ould like state are compelled to raise the price
held in the Grounds of tihe G.I L) or the K B. Y. Clob 'I the ine at hts stable i _laitcl. i-.ou 0 h rtpeatin' that I rold on thur dale 53 quarts of Of Mineral as follows,
O.F onit Yok Sr. Georges. .aiipo-al. it was imia-,saitlie foc Lord putliciwat was told tin in confidence ice cream at St lavid's and in my
At the meeting of the Houe yester uresd to see great deal of Bermuda but even then ir -. auldn't 've been ?. store and uut of thai quani ty Mr.
At d, meeting suf he Hou-e yeste- Hy what he did see. however, he as bad if he didn't cll r.qme.s Outerbride had f,ui penny s worth. I 0 oz. Bottles 2/3 per doz.
day, the principal subject of discus ., strongly imresed and expressed his **But .ou :.re. Mr. Butch, you hate think the statement malicnius and un
was the Governor's message wnt1 firm intention to reurn to the Colon\ neer beer a paitlic speaker, so yoi, nit called for as. I have always endeavoured 5 Bottles 1/9 "
regard to the overloading of horses ad on a future occasion do appreciae v hat an awkward posittOi to give the public the bpet goods
public conveyances, and the Colony Shortly after 2 o'clock. yesterdayy i ore find orits-lf in v.hen one would lik obtainable, for t. eleven years that I -
transportation facilhries generally afternoonn the party enmbalked on the to tOilk bit really has nothing to say have been in bu-ines.. I have visited These prices to take effect on
Ot Tuesday next a Cricket Match iQ-'orons for (,rasy ay to Laoaid Sap. '** Ie'. I think Mr. Penningtonr, Dr Gilbert about ihe matter and he
On Tuesday ne Cricket Mach phire. ard hol after 3 o'clock the that 'di be the time to keep silent." tells me that Mr Outerbridge ha d had Monday July 12th.
Ground between Platoon 13. D. Co. cke acht had resumed he voyage to "Ye, there's a time for evcrythinN at least three or four atiacl:s of the
Ground between Platoon 13. D. Co. souhampirn at the Wise Man iells us, Mr. Bur,:e same character within the !ast six
membeRoyal Sussex and a team composed o his morning Mersrs Watligton and and it is a great gift to know when' weeks and in his opinion death was due
member of the Bermuda Police Fore Conyers received the following wireless the right time to speak. Alparenl to chronic valvular disease of the
Play will begin at ] p.m. from Lord Furness atrsea: members of the Assembly do heart. Below is a copy of the cercifl- HIGINBOTHOM & ROBERTSON.
The Annual Outing of S r. Paul's iA 'possess such gift u.tierringly. The lI cate of deatn Thanking you Mr.
The Annual Outingda of School. wiPaull t' kind wishes board greatly appreciate time we were talking, if you reme- Editor for the valuable space you ave St. George's.
M.held next Thur nday School will b. kind wishes conveyed from party at her. we were remarking what a f given my letter believe me to remain
Triton will leave Hamilton at 9 a.m. that %e could not stay lorer still am opportunity they sp ot recegnty, rdhto yourHs trul G
with the school, and will make f trips at looking forward to future visit, the'naplicald tio from the Governmed Ot WRIGHT OST
intervals, later in the day for the con- Many thanks for all attention shown fther arant to, cro the Gexpenses f The "Right" Candy Shop BetweenWhitney lntruteand Victoria
venience of visiSors. r .. St Hamilton
tof visitors o sending the Chief of Police to Enlad
Tomorrow morning, after Divine to select and bring out to Bermud A GOLD CUFF BUTTON
Service in the Cathedral, ills Excel- COLONIAL PARLIAMENT. number of >rni to strengthen our n MEDICAL CERTIFICATC OF C-aUSE OF with initials R. M. D. Finder will be
lency the General Commanding. will police fore.-. But a few days ago Iy. DEATH suitably rewarded by returning same to
present Long Servicp Medals to four (Cortinutel from first page did not fail to MieKk 'ilti no uncert nIN N
members of the B. V. R. C., namely. voice. regardine i e application to- do hereby certify that Mr. Charles R. M. DICKINSON,
Captain H. H. Lockward, Captain T. S. The Huse resumed, and adopted the crease the salary of the Colonial S Alfred Outerbridge, age 73 years. 5 55 Front Street.
Murdoch, Sergeant L. Burnett and resolution of the Committee. veyor to seven hundred or seven h A months. died on the 5th day of July 7,7,20,lpd a.
Corporal G. I. Fox. BERMUDA SCHOLARSHP'S RESOLVE dred ard fifty pound- a year. To-i 192i), at St. Georges; that the cau e of
On motion of Mr Spurling the Re- a common express:on, the. death was chronic myocarditis.
Mr. H. H. Robinson has chartered solve entitled "The Bermuda Scholar- jumpeded upon the proposal wil th JOHN T. GILBERT. M. D. *
the island steamer Ajax to convey pas. ships Resolve, (No. 2), 1921'," was'read feet," not failing to express its- JN July 7, 1920. t R e eiIv
sengers to Somerset on the two days the third time an passed. hension that the probable outco July 7, 1921.
of the Som inerset-Sr. Georgesach day is MR. HALLETT'S SUPERANNUATION acceding to the proposal would' r
Mach. The adtinerarytismefor each day is pub- ALLOWNCE. encourage the Executive to briri a B 0C
given aoher outsider to ill an office Entertainment at B.G.C. Hall.
lished elsewherein this issue of theMID- On motion of Major Dill, the House could easily be filled with a Ber!i Ea
OCBAN. went into a Committee of the whole Asamatteroffact.theac'ingoffle
House to consider the Governor's in charge of the Works Departmen : On Monday evenir.g July 12th. 1920,
Yesterday seven boys were arraigned I Message No. 15i., relative to Superannu- a Bermu"a bov, and there is reas an entertainment will be given at the o
"" fl.re the Police Magistrate on a ation allowance of retiring Colonial helievethat he would be entenGm_ e north Shore The pro-
g*i I e-.of, riotous condue .in. be S_.Surveyo. o-.L.B orserveon thepresen sal Ti me wia begin two parts, the first
d' li s uiatMeifon--building on FFiday MR. PEARMAN in the Chair. "*Don't you think that shows Ihil .artto consistofaddressesiby the widow
i y during a concert. mudians; ve of, wertne MAJOR Dill move that it be recom- Assemblymen ain't quite so fast a ..' and five children of the late Colour- *
West Indians. Two of the number- mended to the Hoaise that the Superan- as some folks think they are. Me..P S rgr. ist E a dl, ISt
convicted and punished; the remainder Horace Horne Hallett late Colonial "Maybe so, Mr Burch: at an r remembered here as an extremely popu-igars
were cautioned and discharged. Surveyor of these Islands should be some reople,think that'it was a w. e lar young man, having served with his
were cautioned and discharged, reckoned as if he had been receiving awake move on the Assembly's par to regiment while it was stationed at Ber- Pri*
The Supreme Court met yesterday his present total pay of i575 per year aend the Executive's proposal on to6 e muda. ArrilC
morning tofurther heartheappeal of the for 5 years and that a bonus of 25': be Committee appointed more than a y '' Her husband was a member of
Acting Chief of Police from the decision added to this allowance and that leave ago to deal with the reorganization of the following societies and organiza- 2 / p1
of the Police Magistrate in the case ot 'be granted to intioduce a Resolve to the public departments and to read st lions. The Masonic Order, the British 12 per 10
Alfred Minors charged with an offence give effect thereto, which was agreed li salaries om public officers. Te Order of Free G gardeners, the Grand -
against the Police Act, 1875, after to. Committee may recommend the props- United Order of Mechanics, the L.oyal
hearing the Acting Attorney General The House resumed, and adopted the edincrease,but in that case--what about Order of Ancient Shepherds. A... the
for the Appellant, the Court adjourned. resolution of the Committee. the salaries of the Colonial SecretarP. Independent Order of Good Samaritans, The Berm 'J
Judgement will be delivered on a date OFFICE KEEPERS' QUARTERS. the Receiver General, and other high the Independent Order of Oddfellows,
toge enw ilbdeirer OFFICE-KEEPERS UARTERS. officials! I fancy some of our old M. U.. theGrand United Order of Odd- &l
to be notified hereafter. On motion of Mr. Spurling the House financiers of forr"r legis!atures would fellows; also the U.N.I A.:& A.C.L., FurniS ing &t Sor -y
went into a Committee ot the whole turn in tIfifir gra.. a if they could know Jamaica Division, 1914.
House to consider the Governor's Mes- how the "old pack horses a-s one Of It is to be regretted that after serv- i o.
sage No. 152, relative to quarters for them used to call the taxpayer, is being ing with his regiment in Mesopotamia
Submarine S. 1 in Port. Office Keeper and Messenger, Public overburdened these days. But !o during the recent world war, the ship 45 Front Street
Buildings. chance the subject. ; on which he was returning to Sierra 107,20
-- MR. BOYLE in the Chair. "You surely must get your son to Leone, his regiments' headquarters.
The U. S. S. S-1 tsuimarinej arrived AIR. SPURLING moved that it be read to you the explanatory letter On was torpedoed and sunk. he being one
in Hamilton Harbourthismorningabout recommended to the House to adopt the work of the recent Cornference ot of the unfortunate victims who lost NOTICE
10 o'clock. The submarine sailed from the recommendation contained in the Ottawa, which one of our delegate their lives on this occasion. He was
the base at New London, Conn. last Gov'ernor's Message No. 152 and that has thought necessary to publish p, not only a soldier, but a gentleman, and
Wednesday night. She will remain leave be granted for a Resolve to be a lcal newspaper. After hearing it, always tad a kind ward for everyone.
here about 1 days Lent -Commander introduced to give effect thereto. perhaps, with the assistance of yo hose of us who knew Mr. Chandler ALL PERSONS having claims against
Barrin is the oc in command e Dr. to H. eRBRDG move d natural sagacity you may be able to' will no doubt be glad to learn that his the Estate of
Barrin i the officer in command of the DR. T. H. OUTERBRIDGE moved suggest some good reason why thbe family i. sojourning in Bermuda for a
submarine. S 1 is r.o lying off Pier the Committee rise, report progress and writer of the letter should occupy sorle short time having come hither on His Frederick Charles Jones
No 6 ask for leave to sit again, which as hree columns of a newspaper to tell ts Majesty's transport from Africa en
Agreed to that we must wait until the fourth f route for Barbados. deceasedrare requested to render the
The House resunied. August to be officially informed as to Let us all be present at the B.(-; C. ame to te underesigned on or before
Wedding Anniversary THE CHAIRMAN reported the Re. proposalsof the Conference with regard Hall Monday evening next to wish the sameto the undersigned on or before
Wedding Anniversary solve, and it was adopted, and ordered to trade within the Empire and tie family Godspe.d homeward-Comn. The 31st July next and ALL PERSONS
-- o be engrossed. terms of the agreement into which the G.A.M. indebted to the said Estate are required
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams Dana of FIRST READING OF BILLS. representatives of the different British to make settlement of their indebted-
Dominions and Colonies entered at. .1 "=
Walpole. New Hampshire. and 'Capri On motion of Major Dill, the Bill en- ant willing to concede the ability dis D I E D ness to the undersigned on or before
Cottage",Pembroke,are todayeelebrat- killed "The Admiralty Land Act, 192I,' played in the letter, but I fail to as the date aforesaid.
irg their tenth wedding anniversary by and the Bill entitled "The War Depart- that the writer has totd us anything BEAN-At Ely's Harbour. Somerset' t aosi
the laying of the corner-stone of their ment Land Act, 1920,' this day re- which the man whio follows currerft on July 2nd, 1920, EVA LUCILLE after a R. C. HOLLIS HALLETT,
Bermuda home, "Alfredis" North ceived from the Governor, were re- events closely did not know before th. serious illness in herfifthmonth;leaving Attorney fr the Adminis tratrix
Shore,Pembroke.:Thename"Alfredis", spectively read the first time by their letter was published.." father, mother, and one sister and Attorneyfor, the Aministatrix
is in memory of Mr. Dana's father titles. "I'll have mry bye read that letter numerous relatives and friends to of ih saed Estate.
Alfred W. Danae, and of his great- TUE sr. DAVIDS ISLAND FERRY RESOLVE me, Mr. PenningtQn, an' J'JlJ le,.mourn.thoir loss. amilton.,29th Jur, eJ'J-,.
-, grandfather Alfred Smith. Mr..Boyle introduced and read the know what I think 'hoot if. Noyw, Love'forihtle children! C.h .i

. ..,f . ..*. first lime a Resolve entitled "'The St. say good-day, sir.'" *,S' i Seatfror God's own throne, 3,6.2,I-J I),24-
*.r- ':... Davida Island Ferry Resolve,"' which "Before you go Mr. Burch, let o Lotms! hu teet t',' rad n!
Swas read thefirsttime. Rule.55 having warn you about sea-bathing at th E LEe'hanmakei hap: ... Wanted
Steamers been suspended, the Resolve was consid time, as there seems to be several Loe ,hat maketh ble='. r. an
SiamerSered in committee: adopted, reported to sharks about now. One very large on Lo'e that gih'e.'s theeary.
S -- the House and ordered to be engrossed; was caught on Thursday. Fd ii rd perfect re-i r N N
and having been engrossed, and Rule 55 "1 saw it at Hamilton, Mr. Penning} H I 'I _m
Fort Hamilton is to sail from New having been suspended, the Resolve ton; an' while I was looking a' him NOTICE ve oue must understaNd
York today for Bermuda, and will be was read the third time and passed. heard a man ray it was a piece of ba4 For private House, must understand Apply MI-OEAN
due on Monday. luck sharks should be arouud just whert Cows and Garden. Apply MID.-OEAN
Chignecto sailed from Halifax for MAJOR DILL introduced and read body else wanted to know what thao UOEder the auspices of the 7,7,20,2
Bermuda and the West Indies yeter- the first time a Resolve entitled The had el do with it, andr the tirt felU.e.. Ac .
day morning and is due On Monday. Prisoners' Surgical Expenses Resolve. s.id because he was afraid the nexf U. N. I. A. & A. C. L. t R I d 0 ts
Chaudiere is the next boat due from Rule 5" having been suspended the thing, we would be asked to drive ou Ladies' Division of the St. Georges Nat oDal Oile as
the South for Canada and is expected Resolve was read the second time and all the sharks so the tourists might b The Cerntre will hold a
to arrive bere on 15th to sail for Sm. considered in committee, adopted, re- able to bathe in comfort and safety an ARE THE BEST AN CHEAPEST
John, on the 16th July. ported to the House and ordered to be that the B A. Company Iwhatever that GARDEN T ARE THE BEST AND HEAPET
engrossed; and having been engrossed i-- would beaxedtotakeonthe job. Butt a, U-a FETE Ask your Grocer for them, and reduce
Br. Yacht Sapphire, from San Fran- and Rule 55 having been suspended, the lord. bless you, Mr. Pennin. ton, I ain G U. 0. of Odd Fellews' Grounds your cost of living.
cisco, via the Panama Canal, arrived Resolve was read the third time and half as afraid of them sea sharks as t TRADN CO A t
yesterday morning and anchored in the passed. am of some land sharks. So long, sir. on FRIDAY, July 16th D.V. BERMUDA TRADING CO., Agents.
Camber, Ireland Island. Sapphire sailed THE D.FVONSHIRE rOCK RESOLVE ____ ___ .. .. 7,7,20,12,

for England yesterday afternoon. Major Dill introduced and read the I and in attendance. .
Jndore, of the Elder Dempster Line. first time a Resolve entitled e"The Card of Thanks Refreshments con sisting f Tea and FOUND The following article
will arrive from England direct next Devonshire Dock Resolve". Rule 55 Cakes, Ice Cream. Iced Drinks, Light have been found and the
week, on or about Tuesday; sailed for having been suspended, the Resolve --- Suppers, etc. wil I be on sale. There owners may recover them by applying
Bermuda on July 1, was read the second time, considered MR. & MS. SCOFIE.LD BEAN AND will also be various games in the line of at the MID-OCEAN OFFICE. desCeibitg
Sin committee, adopted, r ported to the FAMLIY amusements, the lost property and paying the cost of
Chignecto's passengers are: MI. House and ordered to be engrossed; and
Miller Mr. Merrell, Miss Thorne, Mr. having been enrossed and Rule 65 desire to thank the many kind Admission: Adults, 6d. Children 3d. advertise,.,:
Cooper, Mr. Higgins, Captain, Mrs. ai having been suspended, the Reslve friends who rendered assistance A cordial invitation to the public as well 3 Gent's Bicycles
Miss Davidson, Miss Walker, Mr. Tid- was read the third time and passed during the illness of their daughter aas to members from other centres.
man, Mr. Spurling, Mrs. Adams, Mr.s. also for the many floral tributes AURELIA'PACKWOOD. 1 pair Sunshades
Dench. Mr., Mrs. Darrell and child; 16 The House then adjourned to Frday, sent on the day of the funeral. Sec. Ladies Division.
naval ratings. July 9. 10,7,20 10,3,20.2 26,6,20

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A Jersey Cow
Apply ,"O
Telephone 387A,


Went yyeats practical experience
vith some of the lest Plumbers
n Bermuda.
Mount Hill. Pembroke,
Telephone Connection.

Private Sale
of Furniture

consisting of
On Monday, July 12th
from 10 a.m., to 5p.m.
at 'EXILE COTTAGE ', adjoining
"Waverley Church Street.
20,7,20 /

ONE GOAT in good condition. Special
price if taken on Monday. Ring Tele-
pone No. 486.

Monday Evening, July 19th
nuder the auspicies of the British order
of Ancient Gardeners Lodge 292. A
Three-quarter MOON Dance will be
given. There is a time for everything.
then this is the time for the Free
Gardeners Dance. Let members from
all quarters be present. Tickets can
be obtained from Secretary L. Astwond,
Mrs. E. Johnsoii, Pride of Gardners.
and others at the Hall. Let us all be
Sammy Johh Cyclone Orchestra

Preliminary Notice

THE A.NNUAI...OUTiN bI ...-- -
of the

Cathedral Sunday School
will lake place on

August 12th, 1920


Spend a pleasant evening at the Concert
to be giren in the
Oddfellow's Hall
Friday, 16th July, 1920
In aid of Lodge Improvements.
Participants from various parts of the
island, some of them making their first
appearance at a concert in Hamilton.
Refreshments for sale.
A few reserved seats at 1/- General
admission 6d.
Concert starts at 8.30 p.m.
1ii,7,2i --

Monday Evening. July 12th
An ENTERTAINMENT will be give/t
and will be presented in two parts.
First. addresses by a family of six, a
widow and five children of the late
Coluur-Sgt. Instructor of ihe-.st Bn.-.
West India Regiment, E. E. Chandler,
who served during the Great War.
Part 2 Dancing, let us all donate to
the t%:do'.v and fatherless cause. While
we ourselves are amused.
Admission I 6 and l/,-


The property in Paget known as

Bounded on the south by the main
longitudinal road and on the north by
the waters of Hamilton Harbour com-
prising 10"acres and 28 perches, with
dwelling house and barn. A large part
of the lanJ is arable and slopes toward
the south, 'getting the benefit of the
sun in the earlier part of the day, at
the same time largely sheltered from
the north winds. This properly has
been for many years continuously oacu-
pied up to the 1st instant when the
late tenant,vacated.
For further particulars applA to
July 10ih 1920-2a

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Somerset St. Georges
The commodious Steamer AJAX
now undergoing improvement-, will be
ready to convey passengers o10 Somer-
set to witness the interesting event
Thursday and Friday,
July 29th and 30th
Steamer leaves wharf at fo3t of
Burnaby Street, Hamilton each day at
9 a.m., I1 a m. and I r.m.. calling at
Darrell's Wharf each trip, thence direct
to Somerse!.
Return trips: Leaves Somer-er 7
p.m. on Thursday; and at 7 p.m. and 12
midnight on Friday.
SPECIA[. TRIPs: Leaves Hamilton S
p m. Fi:iday. to convey persons dsisrous
of attending the Entertainments, re-
lurning at 12 midnight.
Secure tickets early and avoid the rush.
Tickets on sale at Mr. Wesley Cooper's
groceryy Store, and Mr. A. H. Dismont's
Bicycle Store, also from
Round Trip Fare: 2 -
7.7.7,2,1w,3s Manager


The Annual Outing of St. Paul's A.M.
E. Church Sunday School will take
place at
Darrell's Island
THURSDAY. July 15th
Steamer Trilon has been chartered for
the occasion and will make trips as
Leaving Hamilton 9 a.m. with school.
11 a.m.; 2.01' p.m. Leading the Island
at 7 and S p.m.

All arc cordially invited
Fare 1 6


Just Arrived


All Sizes.


Wicks and Stove Repair
parts always in stock.

- The-Arcade Furniture Co.


All Persons having claims against the
undersigned Firm are requested to ren-
der their accounts made up to June 30th,

by the 15th Inst.
All Persons indebted to the Firm are
requested to settle their accounts by
the 15th July, 1920, as after that date
all outstanding accounts will be placed
in legal hands for collection.
Mineral Water Manufacturers.
Hamilton, July 5th 1920.
P.S.-The above has no reference to
our regular weekly, monthly or quarter-
ly customers
J. B. & S.

Umbrellas Repaired



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opposite the Post Office.


Open Air Meeting
will be held
on NORTH SHORE. near Grace Church
SUNDAY July, Ilth
at 4 p m.
Subject:-"For Christian Life"
Speaker Mr. F. Stanley. native of
Jamaica. The Public is cordially invited

To whom it may


All persons having claims against the
firm of H. G. HILL & :o. are reql. I ",j
to render their accounts for settlement
before the 15th Instant, and all p -ron.
indebted to the above firm are reiuire-i
to .Make payment before the same dare.
All accounts not settled or satifactor.
arranged will he reluctantly placed ir,
legal hands for collection, this is abs,.-
lutely necessary owing to a change being
made in the busine.s.

H. G. HILL & Co.



Full Stock of all kinds of


Reasonable Prices

Masters H hardware

Phone 192

Reid Street


C. F. Jones Buillding, Reid Street
treatment by appointment

C. F. Jones Building, Reid Street
Hours: 11. to l2J a m,
2 to 5 p.m.
and by appointment.
Telephone 462.
7,1,20, tf



Mahogany or Cedar

Good prices paid for all
Second-hand Furniture


Furnishing & Souvenir



Damaged Leaf Tobacco
One Ton contains Plant Food 151 lbs
Nitrogen, 20 lbs Phosphoric Acid,
191 lbs Potash
If used in connection with planting
Triumph potatoes will insure crop
against cut worm and other insects,
19,6,20 Hamilton

Now is the time to get your Suits made for the present as
tell as the coming Season before our-rush begins -
Doeskin Trousers a specialty
Fine English Goods, perfectly tailored to measure

We Repair, Clean and Press at moderate Chrges
Washington Street, East of Hamilton Hotel
July 10. 1920a



Owing to the increamt cost in production. the
price of Miteraal iters on nl nfter
will be as follows:
LARGE BOTTLES 2 3 per dozen

The Bermuda 4neral Water Co.
C. srIUArPT -PISTON, M5lnaer.
li".7.20.2 .

The undersigned has sold I.Ut of all Men's and \V.-
men's la sizes of


Will offer the balance sizet p ,Wte atdRet vy low
and special prices~ cfir out stock.
Children S to 3 8 to 16 -
Boys and Young Men zes 2 to 7. 10 to 24-
Ladies' fine cni,-v;. (white;) sizes 2 to T5, 6 t 12 -
Ladies' all Black and all Brown also Black or Tan with
different color tos. 16 t-, 28 -.
Please note that these are' not cheap goods, but are
the best quality Boots made by the most reliable
Manufacturers, and bought by me under favourable
conditions. personally, when in the United States.

Call and see Ir yourself at

G. B. C. SMITH'S Store
Corner Church Parliament and Streets
,. .1- ..

To our Patrons, Friend
That owing to tho further increa
M materials O' 0
July 12, 1920, our tpr
in Full bize Bout.i
in Full size Bottq
in Small Size (5i
The above prices are r
We tender our-be~t -thankt-f-4e-L

Establishment, King Street City.


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nd the General Public
.;at of Sagar, Bot.ls-- and other
after the
will be as follows:
:3 per Dozen.
.'3 per Dozen.
lese J 9 per dozren.
0 Discount nalowance
ynurm and aolicit your continued

i 'of Soda Tonic & Mineral Waters.


Men's Bathing Suits, 2 piece Cali- 'onys' Bathing Trunks, 1 11 pr.
fornia Styles 7 6 Men's Rope Sole Bathing Shoes,
fornia Styles 7 6 4
; ; I1 pr.
English Water W;ngs. 2 pr. Men's Athletic Style ndervests.
Japanese Folding Fans. 3.1 and 4d 3 c .e
Children's. Men's and Wom'ei's Canvas Sneakers Shoes,
6 6, 7 6. 8 7, 10i 6, and 12 6 pr

r ILI 1._ I -L 5--0

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Notice to Importers from New York
In order to facilitate operAtion during weekly sailings
in ensuing Winter the rate of frieght on

wit$ be

I.!h July

until the 1ST DECfMBER NEXT and
thereafter until the ST JUNE NEXT.
Agents ,-'ness Bermuda Line.
, 1920 2 |-




Boots apd Shoes

We have them in all sizes
all prices btit One quality

7 6 reduced to 5 -


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MI[DDY B (LOUSES for Ladies and Misses in
v.1i ou- styles


'COX & WILSON, Queen Stre<
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men's Working Pants and Hats
15 -, j6 6, 18 6 and 25 -
KIHAK.I 12 6. and 15 -
HATS, Wide Brim.s '@ 3 and 5:


Dr. W.


Reid Street near Kenwood Hotel until July 21st. incluiive
Will be at Somers Ina, St. Georges July 22nd and 23rd


Specialist in Examining the Eye and Correcting
Defective Vision.
Has the pleasure to again announce hif professional visit to this
Colc.i'. Those desiring a consultation sho d make an appointment
at ..beir earliest opportunity.
He is more fully prepared than ever before with the most mod-
cri. instruments and apparatus for thoroughly examining and refract-
ir.g tCe eyes according to the latest and most approved methods as !
employed in tht Metropolitan Eye Infirmaries, and has the largest 2
Eiurply and the greatest variety of the most desirable kinds and styles
of lenses and mountings of the best quality ever brought to this Col-
oy, Itnc:ludlng several thousand sphero-cylindrical, prismatic and
other Liids oL lenses made specially to order for the correction of
astigmatism, weakness of the ocular muscles and other abnormal
I conditions of the eyes and vision which ordinary lenses will not coP.'
rect. Those who are troubled with weak eyes, defective vision, head-
ache. eyeache, inflammation of the eyes or eyelids, weakness of the
ocular muscles or any condition of the eyes requiring a careful and
thorough examin :ion or necessitating the use of glasses--and most
of these troubles are permanently cured by accurate refraction and
perfectly adjusted glasses-would do well to embrace this EXCEP-
TIONAL opportunity to give their eyes the attention they require--
an opportunity which for completeness of apparatus and ..ppurOI
l.unes, thorogpess of e xamination, perfection ofrefratn l
brings the vision up to the ig ,at taudurd pos.. bl," .*M
and satisfactory results is equal in every respect to the best obtimaM -j
anywhere abroad, as thousands of his patients here and elsewhere wre
willing to attest.
Dr. Lamb's methods of examination with the ophthalmometer,
* etlctric ophthalmoscope, retinoscope and other instruments are e 1
: careful, thorough and accurate that he ascertains the true condition of
the eyes and diagnoses the cause of the eye trouble or defective sight
so that the best and most satisfactory results are always obtained
from the glasses he prescribes, which are accurately fitted and WAR-
RANTED TO BE CORRECT. This assurance of most suitable and
satisfactory glasses is worth a great deal to those who are concerned
about the care of their eyes and the future preservation of their sight.
Comparatively few of those who are using glasses have the kind their
eyes require, and the vision is often senously and permanently im-
paired, and sometimes hopelessly ruined through the use of unsuitable
glasses or from neglect of the eyes when they require attention. There
is nothing more important than taking good care of the eyes, and It is
decidedly more economical and satisfactory to have them attended to
in the right way by a qualified Specialist than to consult, as many do,
those who have neither the technical knowledge nor requisite qualifi-
cations to properly prescribe.
Dr. Lamb is certificated in both Optics and Medicine, has thou-
I sands of references and testimonials from prominent citizens of many
s countries, including the West Indies, Europe and the Orient, where
0 he has practiced his profession continuously for over 27 years and
established, through reliable and superior service, the most extensive
w eye practice in the world. His charges are always uniform and rea-
Smona ble, and though the cost of lenses has more than doubled since
the war, his charges remain about the same as formerly in conse-
I quence of his having a large supply on hand, so it would be very much
Sto the advantage of all those who require the services of a mecdalist
that they give their eyes needful attention nov.
SHours: 9 to 12 A. M. and 2 bo 5 P.M.

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CVontin0ed fiom firel page
The moilier l... d nu hter opened I lied
eyes in w iondroul1s 'i..-zenrint. iN l nt
could the man mean rty suceh wot,:'.
Again did the latitr tp.ak. .". I
repeal. Your prayers have been hEarn.
I see \ou do rot understand ine-ye:-
my words are clear-he it alive."
**My \on.
'*My brothel.-."
"'Yeg. your son, N.uir hruil'er, yOi;.
soldier bto!" was the drayman's glad
r'sponee. "He is indeed alive."
**Are you quite ct r inm of ihis?" ih-y
pliili I..
t"1 hate seen hnm i
Biut tell us wher,"" wae he anxio,-
.lust 0row '"
4ireat srrow cloa(s the lipr; -o i -
with intense joy.
The tvo t%,'men wept rilerlti\ ;.
ih-re v.ere t.-.-s to be seen on il.
dia- matn'* cheek f6lc.
*Are you certainn of what you b-i-'
told us?" the girl exclaimed. "%tA,
hadv not heard Iioni him for tl:re-
veats P tY l.i ,s ibig' i- only 3 fal- i'. J ,.
ll -ve yoj a, 3 root ihat it is i .ll3 n.
t.r her ?
*"A rroof!" i-v : ir 0oi t%5sil G1 0
moment I can eive ,'" pi or. '
,, :. The dra. man op-nrei ih' ,ioi at t h

ca'y. "
STh words -ere ,carely u',r 'r
whpr, the soldier vrtreri the rou.n'.
**Motie h- cried.
**My bol is it really you?"
*'Yu mother it is really your son
com- home to m1ike \ou happy
In a moment the tiny room, the
pariet. we trify sqll it. tcineme a lP r.i-
die. there CI-lme to pa-s in it ,i, l
comes to pass every day in the L.rrir,
blue Heaven. aoove our heads. E'.i:,-
thing is forgotten. indeed, under the eet-
of Chrit. who smiling irom thle heighv
of the C.ros. repeal- ;th- c trral worl-
"Blessed are those who weep. Blesrcd
are those who -ull-r p uirsecution rt.
Justice's eake, for they shall bU? com-
For a few moments the drayman sur-
veyed the scene. Then putting on hi-,
cap, whilst a smile of satisfaction stole
over his face, he slipped discreetly out
of the room. As he went down the
stairs this good mrlan of the people sail
to himself:
"I would like to have a me-age Ill e
that to deliver ever. dy."-

Wit and Humour

Satihfied--"v ,i \(u ote to10 '.1 ,l-h
C3apial pinislin.-r '
N.,! Capital i jil-hnie-r.' ai ;.". I
Snmupli for my fathers t.nd it s good
i enough for me."-- Ev'rybodt.'s.
He Qualified.--"My daughter,' said
the father, has always been accustomed
10 all the luxuries of wealth.'"
"Yees,' replied the Courr, bristling
up. "Zat ees what I am."-Chrislitai
Buried-"Is thip land rich?"' asked
e pfopeceive "cretnornae'trtiotsly-.- -
S "It certainly oaig, to be," replied
the gentleman farmer. "I have put
all the money Il. had into H.-Rwichw ond
Times Despalchi.
Evidently Difficult--' I dree expcna-
ively. Do you think you could do as
well for me in that re-pect as father
"'Perhaps so.'' said the young nar..
'*Still, I shouldn't like- to go arourd
loakin~ as shabby as he d'oe."- l.o-_ ,;.-
ville CuorierJ.',iru dl.
The Watch.-- Her hust.ni--Do 3ou
.k-now, dear, that I found my tirmt gray
hair this morning!"
His wife Oh! give it to me, John,
and I'll keep it as a souvenir to remem-
ber you by."
Her husband-Whit's the matiler with
me keeping it to remember you'.'"-
Indiacttpols Star.
Familiar Banalities: Musical Bur-
glary-break-into song.
Mental hospitality -entertaining an
Spiritual pageantry-parading one's
Moral harvesting-- reaping one's re-
Social cannatalism-living on one's
Undesirable generosity-giving one-
self away.
Philosophical etiquette- bowing to the
ine table Boston Transcript.
The Prayer he Needed-The follow-
ing amusing incident was witnessed
during the war, at a London railway
terminus. A Salvation Army lassie
wasiselling The l'i.i' CrUyat the windows
of the trairs. In one of the compari-
mnenis were a number of "knuls,' and
one of them, thimaking to ha\e some
fun at the expense of the sister, asked
her if she would otfer upa word of

.gEn.. t:sot those within hiat'ing dretince,
.... replied;
'0 Lord, make this voursr itan'
heart as soft as his heaa."--T( BdIt.

Home Hints

from penetrating the wooden boxes that
hold it.
zinc spread upon a shtet of glass wi!l
give it the, appearance of being frosted.
The solution crystallizes in drying.
if a little sugar is sprinkled over it. it
will chop up more finely and in half the
time it would otherwise take.

WHEN POTATOES are inclined to
blacken in cooking add a few. drops of
vinegar to ihe water. This makes the
potatoes beautifully white and mealy.
rob on them French chalk. Then hold
them before the fire or any heat so that
they will absorb the chalk. After-
wards brush off the chalk.

F~Th5S ~ER~U~A ~

Fort Vitoi i'-
Fort Hamnilon
Fort Hamn.ilor.
Fort Haiiil ona
Fort lilmilt',,
Fort Hanii o0'
Foilt lHamilio
FI..r' HamInilt'r
Fort Hamillot,
Fort Hamilion
Fo..rt Haml! or.
Fort Harnilrin
Fort H'im lion
F rt H airtlitr
Forl-i H;: ni ,li *i

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l:ih NMay7 21 st May
2L, 1 N1,i, .31-i a
ilPj tn It'llJj onL0
.3ih jn- 2 .1 .1Iuly
iiiih J uly 12-li l1-iv

Ilth Aug t I rth A u b
2k o-2-- ~~ 31-1 A ti,
11-11 S pi 13l 1.

21 id .I I "t ii O0.t

24'ti t%1.,
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17fIth July
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22nd Ma',
I 26h May
5th June
17th June
2';1 h .1 iime
I'-lh J llv
9, h July
2- hI\ July
I 9h Aug
l1ih Aug
31.11 h A Ij
"I h S-pl,
21. hli 7.- pt
,l'Ithi S pu'
I I-b Oct
1It Nov

Subject to (.harge without retice hcu'ld circumr.tapnce require

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WA TLI 1. ON &C ONYFP". A'rs-vmqs


Will Cook an entire Meal over one Burner on any Stove:
Is trade in vaiietv iof Styles and Sizes tro meet every
need!. Over a million C,('-kers have leen soMid in the
United States andl Cara:lda. -
Inspection Solicited
For further information Pin,- Telephone No. 553
2 1 2,


FISH 9d up
22,5.20.v i..t.f.

I 9 up SALT BEEF from 9


BUTTER 3 9 up.
Court Stri

^ MILLER e i


The "Waukeezi"

Wee al a car,:. a full Ine inu othr ,-hoei- oe
hi,.e irmc r' rtictlarl;,' wood ',lioe fur Ladie, aid Children


Worn out Men Should Take Dr. Cassell's
Tablets; They Cure all diseases due to

Lost StrengtM

There is nothing like Dr. Ca-.ell's Tablets for
putting strength into ,.eak peopl:. They nourii-h all the
nerves of your body. ennch your lolr-od, and nike you
splendidly strong and vig:or.:us. You cannot 1:,e weak if
you take Dr. Cassell's Tablets; they fill you i\;th energy
and health and vitality
ENG., writes:-" I have never found anything to equal Dr. Cassell's
Tablets. They overcome all nervousness, and seem to tone and
Invigorate the digestive organs so thoroughly that one soon recovers
health and fitness."

Dr. Cassell's.

Tablets s
Dr. Cassell's 'tablets are male (1 rare. rnutroite an.i r.-t,:rative extracts,
anti are the i urb t l and ;pe.l,.-E.r remed I-:.r -
Nerve Weakness Stomach Troubles Heal Weakness
Bodily Weakness Indigestion Sleeptlessness
Nerve Paralysis Kidney Complaint Wasting Diseases
Nervous Debility Palpitation Vital Exhaustion
Also for Prevention ol Malarial Fevers and Dysentery.
Sold by all Chemists and Stores in all parts orf the West Indies
and Panama, and throughout the Britisn Empire. '-

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Sunday, .JulI Ilth., 1920.
Sa. ni: Holy 'cmmuinr,.ion
11 a. m: Matins and serrron
17 3,) p m: Evensont ani sermon
Sa a m: Holy Communion
I a mn: Mo inig rrayer and sermon
S3 p m: Bapiisms
4 p m: Children's "'ervicei
7.31 I p. rr: Evening Prayer and sermon
7 a m: HInl. tn.'lnmunion
SI.1i a in: i-',Ai j,.- S,-r% ice
i'.3) 1, m. Evening servicee
II a n,: Mrniii, PratEr arnd strmen
.7.:3U p.m: Evt-nmrng Prayer aid t'rinoii
S731,n m. E eniilg Service
S11 a m: Morning Sern ice
7.45 p m: Eem ing Service
i 5 p. ni: E.ti,.or -. r dl svrrmori
to p.in: Holy i.plt m
U p nm: EvciiiOi, and serm,,:i
,Iil 1 a m: M.-rniing Pr ier and sermon
S1 n.orn: Holy Eucherbist
S p in: Evensong and Sermon
7.31 a ni: Holy Conniunon
11 a. n : MJ iii3 .-
7.3. p. m: Evensong
. a in: Holy Communion
7 p m: Evensong
_GAR:ISo-N CHURCH, St. GeOrges
7.15 a. m: Holy Communion
S:3n a.m: Parade Sertice
a rn: Holy Corrmunion
I I am: Matins, Litany and sermon
7.31j p. m: Evensong and sermon
S 11a m: Sang Eucharist .nd sermon
4 1.'. n, The Catechismn
5 p rn: Evensong and sermon
11 a. m: Morning Prayer and sermon
11 45 a m: Holy Communion
n. m: Holy Communion
7 .: p m: Evensong and sermoi,
9 a.m: M ,
I1 a. in: ,'i'5,
S. p m: Ev-rirg Service
ST. GEORGES: S a. m: Mass aid Sermon
OCKYARD: 10 a. m: Mass and Sermon.
- 10 a. m: Sunday School
11 a m: Moi ning Worship
-:`7.30 p. m: Evening Worship
H -,-.. Rev. Benjamin Hills
tI0 a. m: Sunday School
S a em: Morning Service
I7.30 p. m. Evening Service.
- Rev James Gilfillan. M. A.
1.1 a m: Morning Worship
..12 inuor,): Sunday School
:7.3n p. rn: Evening Worship
S.- Rv' Norman M. Guy
^.N L.3. he attentionof porenls and
eh.,lars iscalled to the fact 'hat Wesley
-'jnday School. until further notice,
AIII ieet at the noon hour on Sunday,
nmlEtad of at 3 p. m.
SI a rn: **Concluston of Book of Jub."
7.i3u p.mn: "The Parable of the Good
3 p. m:
7-30 p. m: Mr. Meadows Smith
7.30 p rm: Social Service
11 a. m: Sunday School
7.30 p. m: Evening Service
Pev. H. Stanley Bland
. 2 p. m: Sunday Schoo
3 p. m: Divine Service
7.30 p. m: Song Service
Rev H. Stanley Bland
11 a. m7 Morning Worship
3 p m: Sunday School
Rev H. Stanley Bland
. 3.30 p. m: Special Harvest Thanks-
giving Service. Preacher, Rev Nor-
man M. Guy
7 30) p. m: Mr. J L. D. Gibsnn
S10 3' a. mt Mr. Prightiman
l-7 .3i p m: Special Musical Service
'" I1 a. m: "A Suairt:tng Event."
3 p m "Sunday School
7.:3 p ni: "'A [ok-n of God's Cove-
-. nant between Hint and the Earth."
Rev. E. L Robinson, Pastor

S11 a. m; Service,
' 3 p. m: Sunday School
f. 7 30 p.m : service
} J. P. Stephens, Pastor
!. 11 a. m. and 3 p.m: Service
S7.30 p m: Service
Preacher, Rev. J. S Johnson
11 a. nm Morning Scrvice
. 7.30 p. m: Evening Service
ST Thomas A. Kennedy
S11 am Service
2 2.30 p m: Sunday School
. 7p. m A.C.E. League

11 a. m: Sermon by Mr. W, A.
2.30) p m Sunday School
7.30 p. m Addresses by the Pastor
"- C. M Morgan, Pastor
S11 a u, Morning Service
8- p. m; Sunday School
7 30 p. m: Evening service



MRS. B. WARD writes :" I have much pleasure in
informinigO you of the benefit my twin boys receive
froi t.tking your Powders. They not only help
teething, but soothe and regul.ite the bowels. I
have tried other powders, but find yopr above them -
in every way. I shall recommend them l';.ill 1 k : "
50, Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, Monmouthshire, Wales.


Dr. Lauzun Brown writes: The Teething
Powders of Messrs. Ashton & Parsons are perfectly
suitable for administering to infants and young
children during the teething period. They power-
fully assist digestion and act on the stomach and
bowels with ut71i'.ing beneficial. effi'c."



in the Royal Nurseries.

For the Little Princes and Princesses during the
time of teething and for fretfulness and the
many little ailments common to infancy.
Ashton '& i s' P .Pus.its' Inf or i wd, have, bten i li:d tIy c..m and to--
H.R.H. The Duchess of Fife
H.R.H. The Crown Princess of Roumania
H.R.H. Prince Carol of Roumania
H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth of Roumania
and other Royal and distinguished personages,

are guaranteed to be perfectly harmless-they cool the gums-comfort
the child-produce a natural, calm, refreshing sleep-render teething
quite easy-prevent pain and disorder-are pleasant to the taste-are
mild and gentle in act.on-may be given to the youngest 'nd most delicate
babe-and there s no possible objection to their frequent and continued use.

Price in Great Britain- Boxes of 20 Powders, 1/3;
Boxes of 60 Powders, 3/-; Boxes of 100 Powders, 5/-.
Sold by all Chemists and Stores

ASHTON & PARSONS, LTD., La Belle Sauvage, London, England


The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
R. M. S. P.
Canada-Bermuda-West Indies Mail Service
Special Facilities for Tourists Cruises in the West Indies
Return fare, Bermuda-Demerara $180.00

Steamer Leaves Bermuda for Leaves Bermuda for
(Twin Screw I Tons West Indies & Demerara St. John, N.B.

Chaudiere 4 1111 June 15th. 119i2 July 16th, 1920
Chaleur '1-75- June 29th, '.1'2, July 3i0th, 1920
Chignecto 4 756 July 13th 192,i August 13th, 19)20
Caraquet 4 l-t July 27th, 1921 August 27th 1920

Excellent Accommodation Wireless Telegraphy
Submarine Signals Bilge Keels
HARNETT & RICHARDSON, Agenis. 26 Front St. Hamilton Bda
19 5.21

COD i, KER O .14f&'AN.



of all description

Bda. Mercantile Agency

3 p.m: Sunday School
7 p.nf:. Service
3 p. m Sunday School
7.30 p. m Service, Rev ft 4 Stpvell
7 a. m: Knee Drill. 11 a. m Holrnesa
.meeting, 8 p. m. Sunday School, 8
p m! Salvation Meeting
Ensign Galway in charge

kIireetory Class I1-30 a. m: Holiness
Meeting 11 a. m; Sunday School,
3.30.p m,
]1 a ni: Service
2 p. m: Sunday School
7.3u p n: IPreaching
7.3i1. | m: Wednesday, Bible Clas-,
E. B. Grant. Past6r.