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Trinidad guardian
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Sunday guardian
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Publication Date:


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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
General Note:
Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

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University of Florida
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Sw A enricans Drive Hal Across France

.o.er iSeventh Army 3 Miles From Marseille

P-k1 Iw* lasi Falls To Twin Soviet Advances

ilfia marshal Henri
Sas the Vichy
ifori all purposes
vengeance of
was seized by
,unday. according
~authentic reports
Border, and
K hved to an un-
late last night
d that the mar-
e to Wiesbaden,
resort where
Swere prepared
said Laval was
With the marshal
i marshal's reward
,n collaboration, ap-
'-ault of his refusal
i Laval -to a spot
sWtil control.
ed the end of
s~o certainly that
rwist Minister. Is
his Government
'mduct through Der-
Sconcerning parts
likely that Laval,
d stay at Belfort
were reported
H in 20,000 to 30,000
m effort to hold the
the Rhine, but witl)
helf of Prance wrestea
humans by either the
-h 'uprising of patriot
gl's future role is a
i indeed and there is
r he can make.
Sn0ot ruling out com-
Marshal Petain's
:a ruse to gain sym-
Sthe victory day of
Tewis Hawkins, Asso-
i correspondent, re-
ly that Marshal
San "understanding"
cans on the course
When a crisis came.
tiated, may spell
trouble in the
yIfatIoiis, for Marshal
ked for death by
and Underground
SWith other French
any hint or sus-
Soutulde compromise
If official arouses
Among the de
German oom-
ag t1A fight-

ed strongly by


Y, Aug. 22
14th Army troops
M ilde Burma in
tweat of MAni-
dm Road. John
.porter, said the
pulled out So
Bi|e rtlah troops
Rthem and are now
.up with them.
1pr0blem the Japan-
BVe to face was
m ulda spare men to
ior wt'idraw from

bot Bombs
22, (Reuter) -
-arcraft gunners
it were again in
against the flying
were st., as usual.
counties and
had a busy night
they blew up many
In the air.
l.e rescue workers
masonry of a build-
out a family of 10
t emerged unharmed
'sOme, xsateel girder
ping up the roof
of people, saving
crushed to
-Ive persons were
and others
last how many is not

us Watch
t6 Events
SAug. 22 (Reuter) -
"gi Sn still watching
w-Poents in Bulgaria
*.and am now talking
6 bou. t the pece
KH44WASan Governet.C
aMhewas expeved
Government's atUl.
S haS not yet
All tte Germans
about the parlia-
go'(ing OB In ofia'
Wy at e deputies
go reported that the
S thatI" the r Analrai

IllR Wihl arhal Tits,

; I
AS**u. f

Former Trinidad]
Chief Decorated
-The Navy announced
the award of the L
Merit .to Rear-Admiral
Roabinson for outstandi
vices ns commander
Aruba-Curacao area
commander of the
Sector. Caribbean Sea I

New Invas

Near Bord<

(AP)-The French mil
thoritles said that a thi
landing In Franqe start
n the area of Bordeaux
reported under a co-ord:
tick by American qnd 1
r !q 'was no immiedi

American and frenc
fore, the report sad, m
outskirts of Bordeaux a
and Immediately openedI
on the city. the ,Vt poe
ganised SGerman ras
southern France, Frenc
guards said
A lone 'plane circled tl
of the .Bdasoa River,
flares at fixed Intervals a
order to mark the Frenc
Just before the Allies
shoree under cover of a
air and naval bombardm
could be heard distinctly
The French at Henday
landing coincided with th
a concerted drive by Ft
Amer,''n forces surrou
German Bordeaux conceal
Bordeaux Surrounds
By Maquis Forces
Over 1,000 German
surrendered to the
French volunteer arm
rounding the Bordeaux
an American motorized
closing on Bordeaux
north, advices reaching tl
border declared. This
froth neutral Spain is
word of any deep Ameri
tratlon, south of the Lc
Bordeaux is 17 miks
Nlantes on the Loire. A
mand has given no news
States operations since
nouncement days ago tl
Army units crossed the
the Nantes area. Frenc
teer forces 150 strong
days at the border du
night and grew to sever
sands as they pressed
on Bordeaux. They passe
St. Jean de Lus and Bla
crated Bayonne, and t
rax, 25 miles farther no

New Nominat
M.L.C's In St.
QASTRIES, t8 Lucia,
(CP)- His Majesty the
been plead to give ain
for the appointment of
A. Beaubrun, Mr. Joep
boulay and the Hon'bie
Augustin to be nominated
of the Legislative Counci
Mr. Augustin, a plants
rlster who formerly pra
irinidad, was an elected
until the recent electioN
was not a candidate for r
He is a member of the
wounel. T" a other moi
newcomers to the Councite
Yap Island Bomb.
Twice in Two Da
UART Pearl arb
1% A(qAdalrallChest
repote today that
bombers of the eventh
Vome ateaked Yap la
o1 8uo~aq la the e5*
str "t- t m i ola -
Qte mtbornter t b" t
o Truk b a encounter
1s7t Da-, hO
mrwiteea returned

1817t DaX Of T

AiWi. &W-er

vwmE Amp* -^T y +-- ^ -

A W 25,000 Nazi

I Troops Killed

f bo<*d o Russians Break

A. ./ic ,,Four-month Quiet
In Rumania
so w as j yLEANS LONDOf, Aug. 22 (AP)- Tre-
y v" 'T ^ .mendoua new twin Russian ofen-
elves n the long dormant Ruma-
"_. t -' nian battleground gained 38 to 44
Blois miles on a 156-mile front, toppling
TO... )the big industrial city of last and
w t (s costing the Germans 25,000 deed
~--- "--n \ d more than 12,000 prisoners in
X \ .ith \ mree days.
1ryEst ) This offensive, which drove the
Germans and their satellite troops
"t *o *etf 11 out of lasi, old Rumanian capital,
wW was first announced by Von Ham-
--mer, Nazi commentator.
-- .. _He said the city of more than
-i__ aj I T^ * I 100,000 was partly demolished to
FatalDis the first major prise of the Red
I T AA A 1"1_ TI IArmy in Its strong Rumanian push.
22 (AP) r f / i r"'i ", The Russians have also captured
I tonight I a .A a J. XlAan Tighina, 90 miles southeast of lasi,
egion of o 1 on the Dniester.
I Arthuir I|i 1 Two Orders of the Day from Sta-
ing ser- l nl.,Jlln and the regular Soviet commu-
of the i nique confirmed the savage new
and as MIAMI Ago 122 tAP) atin offensives which the Germans have
Trinidad I Aug. (P-Capanibeen optimistically reporting since
Frontier. Marion Williams of Miami, who least week-end, and disclosed that
--- piloted the Pan American Airways the Second and Third Ukrainian
flying b.ot ,hih' .crahd, ,i front armies, swept up more than
flyin g. bu.t which crashed In 350 towns in the initial stages of
IUJ Cuba on August 8, with the loss of their attack,
17 lives, testified that the "plae Quiet mince last April. these two
17 li testified that the "Plane powerful armies are apparently
L UllY hit the water and bounced I aiming at the Ploesti ollftelds, Ger-
WAIL*4 | lost control and we hit the water many's chief source of vital petro-
again, nose first." leum, now 160 miles southwest of
The 27-year-old flier was an the battle lines. Already the Rue-
early witness at the Civil Aero- riana are less than 65 miles from
nautics Board's hearing into the the Danube River.
(Aug. 22 cause of the accident.
itary au- Kn route to Miami on a scheduled WARSAW CUT OFF
ird Allied flight from San )uan, Puerto RIco,
ed tonight the clipper crashed in Nipe Bay, On other fronts of the line now
which is while taking off from Antilla, stretching 1,400 miles from north
united at- Cuba. Captain Williams said. to south, the Russians announced
rench col- "There Is no adverse weather steady successes, splicing Warsaw
I conditions in Antilla," in relating and northwest Poland off from
,te con r- the e ta il, .t BEa t Prussiat* o i e. tei_ ofa
Amlanding. o- - t do-n.W
h ground terrific German counterattacks On
act on the He further stated there was a the Latvian gap position west of
bout noon choppy sea, which caused him to Riga.
the attack-am5 the flight-enginear to acceler.
iket of or-ate the usual take-off speed erom TU.RN TO PAGE co. 41
stance In '75 knots o between 71 and 80 ------- --------
;,h frontier] knots-
Sfrontier er ig seemed to be all Moluccas Get
be estuary right. A could see nothing un- B
droping Iusual. Then the 'plane wanted to ,. Ar R s
Of ti1e 'go back down. I pulled back on V-More AirU Bo w
h frontier nhe elevator, but the 'plane was ,. ,, at1 'S
s"-m go slow that it did not have. time GSOERAL aATHUWR'S
in Intense to get up. A I saw we were going HEADQUARTERS SOUTWST
ent which to hit. I tried to flatten out the PACIFIC, August 23 tAP)-COn
at run. 'plane to its normal position," tiutng their eril1 offenive
e said the Captaia Williams stated, against the Moluccas Islands,
Ie start of At this point he explained in bom..ers from the southwest Pacific
rench and technical terms his manoeuvres, area attacked Halmahera with
.ndln the "We hit once and bounced," 135 tons of bombs. Liberators and
utratlons. Williams continued. "Then we hit Mitchedl's hit Halmahera and des-
the water nose first, and partly troyed or damaged eight parked
S submerged." 'planes.
bd "When did you lose control of Lberatornes bombed Dava In the
Liberators bombed Davao in the
the 'plane?" asked Mr. W. K. An- Philippines on Monday, scoring
drews, an investigator 'after you im n n on
LTZ hit the water the first time or the near misses on an ,000ton
22 AP)- second time?"4 frolghter in Davao gulf.
troops Williams replied: "After the Mopping up operations on
expandingA nrt bounce." ,1ak Island resulted in the killing
ny cur- Williams described the crew's of 253 more Japanese, and the
area, and efforts to save passengers who capture of 30. Total Japanese
Column is were trapped in the 'plane casualties on Blak up to Monday
from the Nine passengers and the crew of including killed and captured ,1is
ie Spanish five survived: 5,041.
the first
ican pene-
Dira pe-Molotov Foresees Post-War
oire River.
south of
f UeWorld Free From Aggression
e the an-
hat Third ___________
left Hen- MOSCOW, August 22 (AP)-Confident words that the Allied powers
ring the
ral thou- would shape the postwar word free from aggression, were spoken'
northward by Vyacheslav Molotov, Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs, and
d throu4b
arrit, lib- the United States Ambassador, W. Averill Harrlman.
hen Irfed The occasion was the presenta- .I
Wth. tion of 195 United States military .
- awards to officers and men of the lBritish Motor Car
'.d Red Army.

Aug. 22
King has
Mr. Cliv
Ih C. Du-
Alfred E.
, members
r and bar-
Lctised in
I member
as but he
abers are

r EAD-
ur, Au.
or NZmro4
Army Ar

ay days,
the Japan-
' an am..

Molotov formally accepted the
decotions on behalf of the Sovt Export Denied
Union, in the ceremony et Mr.
nHarrinan's residence. Referring to Curre t reports ng i canuathe
the joint blows falling on OermanyfEf t
from several sides, olotov said: motor-cars for export from the
'*More and more people in our en- nitW Kingdom, we, declared
eay% camp have reSled the hope- unfounded by local representatives
lessnes of the situation, and un- ofBrit rms yesterday.
derstand the coseness to the disas- There is no general relsae of
ter. Delegates of the United State, mOtorcars in Egladfor export
Bitali and the Ua.R. meeting in this time, one aget told the
Wsahington tod will fulf the "Tridad Guardian,"while another
task Impoosed on them. to start de- ...d that his principals in Eng.
veloping the principlesof interns-ladh tc"hitatoer
Seytand .or tnI- exprwould be available
iS*x mant atter *the ceaattoa of
dspensable to Sifguarrd pwan hosaUtla iin Europ.
nent peace. The success of this 5 Follown i etter vd b
lued by the i*oowll of pe a city firm from their principals,
lovin nations, and the cread which explains the orilinofnews-
cosksm of the seewat4 OfI
Spnsiousbe sg ofateesist of-paper stories carried here to'the
depgm ible guarantoU against m' effect that British mansufacturers
igatdrs.r are being allowed to m"ke. motor-
Mlolotov added: of the fire cars for sale in the Cotsit.
of this battle came the foundation 'We have just reelved a Letter
for kredhiip between the pcite from our Daganha Plant, dtd
Of Sowet Union an other desera- July X .Q whi. they s"to the t tho
Ie nations, WBi wch Will result in Bwspaer stories appartly wae1
the detructio of our colmmn basedM on eertaia Informatlon coa.-
enmy, whose hoursam are coed cm the Anaotrae" OowQ a
and wlia possle"ethe Gesao meat, who are negotlatlig the pur.
of a lastg pt.e twen na. hs of a quantity of tor
tuan." _nd trucks for essential elvlla
IlumiTrNo CONT E tl an4d v a k = 0 of

* - LONDON, Aug. 2 (RBmter).-
Ge ral otr. Coifmaaua oi-Chlef
of the PIM Ri Home Army,i k
SWr eammunlq about the a h y&-
trtad *( in Ws"w ey ofMWa
IC1 MtrB~rtyeavy Achttow eotlnuea.
biwe. we bo our previous
PC ltea InWsamw.*

Partis.'ins Combat
Nazis In Paris
LONDON, Aug. 22 (AP) -
General Koenig's headquarters
announced that In Paris today
Wrench Forces of the Interior,
supported by light artillery,
attacked the Germaas In the
Place de la Republique and
the boulevard Bonne Nouvelle,
with losses on both sides.
SIt said the F.P.I. liberated
the following departments:
Indre Haute, Correze, Canta,.
Lot-Et-Garonne, Vienne, D)or-
dogne, Lot Averyon, Tar-Et-
Oaronne, Gers, Busses, Pyre-
tees, Haute Garonne. Tarn
Haute Loire Including the fol-
lowing towns: Chatearoux,
Limoges, Perigeux., Tulle,
Aurillac, Agen, MOntauban,
Rodez, Auch, Pau, Toulouse,
Albi and Le Puy.

German Oil

Refineries Hit

From The Air
ROME, Aug. 22 (AP)---p to 75(
15th Air Force heavy bombers at
tacked the synthetic oil refinery a
Odertal in Silesia 80 miles south
west of Ereslau, and other oil tar
gets in the Vienna area tcday.
Fiylng Fortresses, Lib!rators an(
eaorting fighters had to fight thel
way through heavy enemy air op
position in the Vienna raids an
scored several victories.
The Fortresses bombed Oderts
refinery. Liberators hammer
underground oil storage tanks a
Lobau, seven miles southeast o
Vienna, with heavy delayed actiolr
bombs and a refinery at I:orntu
bung five miles north of Vienna.
Lobau taLks' capacity is mor
200,0 3 tons of oil, Odertal refin
very's capacity is 110,000 tons annu
ally and Kcrneburg refinery 50,00M
The U.S. military mission I
i a oonw anon that al"oe th
eneyah ircaft had bme 3W03;;*
In operations ending at America
I tes In the Soviet Union.
In, addition, 10 locomotives and
trucks and other vehicles had bee
destroyed In the eight operation
which terminated in Russia.
Fighter 'planes destroyed 11
enemy fighters and bombers d4
destroyed four.

Papal Secretary
Dies At Home
Luigl Cardinal Maglione, Papin
Secretary to the Vatican since 191
died at his native home In Casori
during the night of a heart attack!
The Cardinal had retired som
weeks ago to Casorla for thermi
cure and rest after years of union
terrupted work.
Vatican sources said he suffered
from neuritis. The official VatI
can bulletin said: 'Latel.,. whll
improvement in the Cardinal's n
oral condition was noted, weakness
developed which caused particuls
concern. But it seemed that eve
this complicatlcn could be over
come by the strength of the Car
dinal and the affectionate solicl
tude by which he was surrounded
The funeral will take place I
Cas.ria at an unspecified time. So
emn requiem mess will be offers
at the Basilica on Aug:st 29.

Churchill Visits
Armies In Italy
ROME, Ar (Reuter).. Mr
Winston Ch.. , after his vit.i
to the Flft ..id Eighth Arm
fronts, arrived berg yesterday
When he visited the Eighth Army
the road* were lined with cb-riai
troops drawn from the United
Kingdom, Canada, India aad New
He had lunch with the command
r of the 13th Corps, which In the
96dest corps In the British Army.
Mr. Churchill speaking to Cans
dian taamen rofte ghtU
Army behind lorence city today
stated that things within Ge.
maV had reached such a stag
that whenit &eral Noss ba"ct
Bertin he aes nct know wethe
he wasfr to'bs promoted '
hangid v premier repeat hi
declaration that the war alm
end sooner than was oXpeetod
Mr. Chu'ehwu wasmaking a m5
turn visit to the Frorence froft
after a trip to Roms yesterday.

Anglo.French Pact
Signing Postponed
WM~gW Aug. 22 3.9109'. scheduled signing of thi
eWedtrt between the Drtrifs
rexUMa* aclvil uiovetunmant

Toulon's Sens Taken During

Fall Near 65-Mile Smash

Street FightingTowards Germany
Rages Inside Big ..._..___
OM. Aug. 22 (AP). -The rlcan armoured column has driven more than halfway across France
crumbling. enckcled but desperate on the road to Oermany, plunging past the ancient town of Sens, .
German garrison was oday hold- miles southeast of Paris in a 65 miles smash against only meagre oppol
lug powerful French forces at bay asitlon.
on the outskirts of Toulon, while
armoured columns racing toward Sens Is 160 airline miles from the original Normandy Invasi a
Marselle were only three miles beachhead and only 165 mile& from the German border to the north.
Allied artillery and tanks grouped east near the Saar town of Neunklrchen.
around the village cr oads f Germany also lies due east o200. ... .-- -
LA DeaUset were racing shells miles away at the Rhine. Cana-
upon the Nasais entrenched at Fort- dian forces In a 12-mile race from T ,,. ,-.1
nebre on Evenis Hill dominating Livarot reached the outskirts f
^Saitan on hei;poa T Liberation
sl~anne. on the approaches to Orbec and British armour and In-
Tor'lon through Ollioules. 'i'ntry slugged their way Into thei(h !L1.
Meanwhile, anotherr French co. suburbs of the Lisieux. Vimoutiers l
umn reached the coast near Bandol. wax captured. sf F l ence
thus completing Toulon's encircle- The British rdio announced 1
.ment. that Lisleux, 20 miles east of Caenl m l r\1
Apparently abandoned, and Igno- and IS miles southeastof Desuville. Cl.om pleated
rant of'. th Allied advances on has been captured by British 4
Marseille, German marines InI troops and that a robot bomb ramp ROME, Aug. 22 (Reuttr)-The
Toulon were trying to re cape was seized. Eighth Army nhascompleted the
I through the e hills to reinforce .Field-Marshal Guenthe r von liberatiun of Florence and patrols
-Marseille.,IKluge struck back at four key- are already beyond it.
Lt Mountain tr)ops Wghh succeeded points in the So-mile assault arc Before they out the Gar
in entering Toulon from the north- around Paris, but Leut.- Genera mans shelled tae cil v
On ern cityenow reac th I e styen abl
S hills e now engaingothe George Pattons armour e ti uttered recently As Sunday. In the morn.

N azi~ls an d bite street fi asti. of- LODN yg 21(etrorhT .11 1*
tNazis in bitter street fighting. x steadily through this first stiffen- Ing while children were on
d tensive minefelds west of Hyeres in resistance and other American wa home rom thel
ir and around Oiiioules were hamer.' ,ei O, ,ice andot era n a ea ro ren Inl e.twhn 4w
In rad bgh N ............... ...... B e t nem r w nem ore anyoa
3- in% the French advances aloit zthie s-D.-- elkillem.Morehrhd and m 40o
d mainn roads to Toulon.N A z uisrae FyPa ris 1 Be het oad.. ..e is .. b.r.
One American unit reached their njae 0_ured.Famou storic"buU&
el outskirts of Apt, 40 miles north of Spt ard Operationls ings were damaged by other shel1
4 Marseilles and 30 miles east of LONDON, Aug. 21( Reuter Polish and Indian troops on tbs
tJ Avignon, and another reached the -..The German Overseas News Adriatic.coast continue to drlvs
f vicinity of Ventabren, eight miles Ag. ency todav uoted a Berlin tlhe Germans from the high
n west of Aix-en -Provence. A Medl- Forega Office snokesman as .. ground Inland between Cas.,
Sterranean broadcast said Allied saving "Parts will be snared Tand Maturo. m
Reconnaissance elements were "re- military operations just as we The Eighth Amy has tak n
reported JIst outside Avignon." spared Iit in 1940." I more than 13,000 prisoners in the
l ] ............ ......... . past three m onths. -
xGERMANS STUNNED forces veered sharply tt th Ie t thr- m h
SDriving toward Marseille and the Seine toward a cut off of another
vmndetoward Mrla e nd. Norei o te nw40 mile suare box of Germans.lin g wthW lol ta
I Rhone Valley, te Seventh Army --" n t sa bx ean Bl ,Forrestaid a W ans
in br-vced aid e ig'stAnes of the TRAP BATTLE EN DING e
a ernay who General Ale"n r e tr behind this potentlal newo I
f ethe eine, the clean up of the old LONDON. Ag r.ea ldtat
ina TheNazis are "in full retrat t rid-.ormandy bulge was In Its Mr. James Ftathe* United
everywhere in southern France final hours with .000 perisoners States NavyGem sMtary d eo
5 e -coep lfor the coastal defence forces counted and the total toll in killed today that the Jao;aes wo
on holdh.g out at the Immediate ap- and captured is expected to reach fight with greater sava w iel
as rrvaches.to Maraille,.the invasion or pass the 100,000. the Allies get closer In. ',el
commander proclaimed. North of the now-flattened not dealing with rationAl
15 A heed driving Allied column was pocket, Canadians, Dt and Dut el- he said. "and we must a
knocr g at the gates of Marseille glans pushed the west wall of the that the JaPSes will C=D1
after sweep ming past on both sides new box forward within 12 miles in."
of Autbagne, e ght miles to the east, of the Seine's mouth and formed a Mr. Fo Wrestal recalled that L
where enemy inr anry, a nks and right angle with the Americans e on the defence Malta thousalnd of
s.lf-propelled artillery attempted a the south. British airmen had written 'Ot
stand. TMlt virtually closed Lieut.-Gen- the brightest pageM I he a n11l
An American column fanned out eral Sir Miles Dempsey's whole of ritish history.
after capturing Alx-en--'rovence, British Second Army out of the- -- a -
due north of Marnelle, with one fight and suggested that the immi- WAR REPORTE DIES
spearhead aiming southwest toward nant clean up in the bulge would .....
-the coast a dosen miles away to free this vast striking force to be LONDWAON, Tg-= r
Il cut off the last escape route from hurled Into another of the "new The death was aulnoWnod&;
0, Marseille.. strprises" General Sir Bernard of WilUniti Stringer Oit n
ia Another drive being made west Montgomery said were shapiun up ter's cotresPotrid t in Se c
k. from Aix was aimed strait st for the Germans. ward sone of the troops
Oe the ess+.ern edges of the Rone's .. France. No Informtion b hasy
a. wide delta only 15 miles away. PLEAsE TURN TO PAGEO COL. 11 been iven of the Ci tJnmem
1. Ten miles north of Aix, the
1o Americans were surging westward WIN THE WAR ASSOCIATION
3- on both sides of the Durance Rivet
n maintaining some contact with the T T D O
n On tne soutt bank, the village of
r. Les Pty fell to a column which was
r. last reported roughly 35 miles from
1 Avignon and the Rhone River.
d The frantic N tsa trapped, in
Toulon and the narrow coastal
n strip east from that naval base n
it gave sone Indication they hoped to I
od emulate the bitter defences ,f T Y I E S
Cherbourg and St. Malo before
giving up.
After being driven from the Increased military demands hove led to e
fortress of Couon, four miles north-
east of Toulon, the Germans pulled
back into the centre and lower reduction in the Colony's quota of tyres
parts of the city.
A.nti-ar.aft in r (indequote s it w ) for t third q r of
artillery to help sbell the Fren:h it was) for the thid o
Scouring Into the northern sections m i
yof the streets. this year and it is more than likey o t our
S Alonv the coast due east, French
F. eeonnlssance entering Hyeres. already s will coati" O be
nine miles east of To'Ion, camelre small u PP- wi continueto b
under interest fire from the well- t .
entrenchead enemy.,e
Ga ins up to at n t had pt reducdih dw t te i y
the Allies in coutr ofer
2.000 squ es ofM operatime in France and olier Fonts.
France. At that time the ale.
heads were limited and roughly de-
h fined by the are of a 00-mile radius
'o with Ca Benst as pivot but with I sms seta
'- ihdentats at the coastal extrem- It is most essentil, terefore, that every care
SItes where the enemy still held
o, Marsele and Cannes. must be given to those you have so that they

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Aties And Ma, uiao L sen

majdtht ab On France
H GermMans reSteadiy losing their
O =F amr oFame under the hamierti
":-w" ofW the Anlo-AhAazl arMesU int
the North and south and the activiti-
of the Maqulf in the Inteior. It ie en
mated that about half the country has
t t weoed from the Germanf ad ois
neo tUiter occupation by the liberation
harM act byo the trench Forces of the
Interior. The superiority of Allied
strategy ts once again being shown, but
the Important feature of the recent bat-
tUM-if-all of which the enemy has been
oFraDnot.is that they show that now
that the operations have shifted from
restricted areas to broader terrain, the
character of the fighting has changed to
that of encirclement and annihilation.
The position of the Wehrracht In
France today is Ai marked contrast to
what it was four years ago. The superi-
ority in men, in firepower, and In air
Strength is decidedly on the other side,
and the enemy Is enduring some of the
harrowing experiences he inflicted on the
defenceless citizens of Poland. France,
and the Low Countries when he could
terrorize the whole of Europe. On the
scenes of its great triumphs of four years
ago the Wehrmacht is about to suffer
disasters from which It can never recover,
and which will contribute to its final
destruction. In the words of General
Montgomery, the German armies in
northwest France have suffeied a decisive
defeat, but Allied strategy appears to have
greater surprises in store for the fleeing
remnants of a once proud but now disin-
tegrtag war maohne.
The success of Allied strategy is to
be measured In the losses which have been
Inflicted on the enemy since D-Day in
the northwest, and in the manner in
which In the short space of seven days
the south France bridgehead has been
developed Into a full-fledged front. The
aim of the Allied command in the north-
west appears to be to encircle not only
'the remnants of the 7th and 15th Armies
-but also those guarding tht coast oppo-
.-alte Britain, and to destroy the flying
bomb nests. The rapid successes of the
past few days will make it much easier
to carry out the operations which are
Approach of the Alies to Paris has
ceen the signal for the beginning of
operations agaInst the enemy by the
French forces of the interior in the capi-
tal. Sabotage and annoyance of the
enemy have given way to pitched battles
there and elsewhere, and it is reassuring
that the F.F.I. are having the better of

th inweVawi tthe frIints
0^-*- n k Is~ B--^d *& Af ""^^u^f

and Omear mal anty soel. Oaald te

be astOned by, the disea se p ea
whkhAM aswI'$09rIsland-Quemn. H ope

tltshe ttndrt hefr 57 ptluntr~at mamiy
OW safet th fedaf itis moe the to
of the all4ut drive for which aneral
Pat has called upn his met, Iia ordr
to secure a deciuen svicto an.

Weather Service Needed
For Intercolonial Vessels
THERE is considerable sympathy In
TtIidad with the people of Grenada
in their heavy anxiety and sense of loss
occasioned by the disappeftaee at sea
of the schooner Island Queen. Hope
that she and her 57 pajeengers may yet
be safe is fading, for It Is more than two
weeks since she left Grenada for a voyage
to St. Vincent which normally takes only
a few hours. If the strange vessel re-
ported to have been seen at an island off
the Venezuelan coast turns out to be
the missing schooner there will be great
cause for Joy, but optimism is not justified
at the moment.
Schooner traffic between the West
Indian Colonies has Increased since the
war began, and the recent breakdown of
the airplane service has emphasized its
importance. Even if the Island Queen
Is found a number of questions will re-
main to be answered, especially as the
Governments are themselves relying on
the schooner pool for essential transport.
Why did this ship not carry emergency
rations ? Reports Indicate that she was
victualled only for her crew, with no
margin allowed for possible delay at
sea. Was her lifeboat equipment ade-
quate ? Was she competently skippered
and seaworthy ?
It is most regrettable that no provi-
sion has been made to inform schooner
captains of weather indications during
the West Indian hurricane season from
June to September. It is true there Is no
evidence that the Island Queen was
caught in a gale, but during last week's
hurricane many sailing craft were at sea
which should never have left port. The
Provtidence Mark, for example, which beat
back to St. George's after a hazardous
run up the windward coast and through
the hurricane channel, might have been
spared that experience. And the same
Is true of the Anna May Barclay, which
was towed into Grenada on Sunday after
a gruelling fight with a storm of which
she should have been forewarned.
The United States Navy In the West
Indies maintains a weather information
service for its own ships and aircraft,
and It is much to the discredit of the
island Governments that they have not
thought of using this service and passing
its benefits on to schooner captains. We
know the Navy would be willing to sup-
ply data enabling Intercolonial craft to
be kept in port when the portents were
ominous and no time should be lost in
establishing the necessary contacts for
this purpose. In fact, the whole pro-
blem of sailing ships' movements needs
to be studied and safety measures
adopted where they are now lacking.

I Lacal Fatte Ady4*uW
For New Locel .ladi4 W

-,of A" nutwo t, tool'
the Ra ar awwuem.,,a*aI* th
i*nt Arte e n letter in
N"h Oh Etn M~Utf~.- -, I^^^^^^^
necessity 1 the uAm'tt" aM I
post-war woa"bltet owt ga.l j
There av been many eftorts f 14
establish new IWOu"ea
w~behave n"rMd aMe ubes-
=etY but "rMtdta S ^^^^^^
feeling that asawi lfll -- 1 111 --
winr Industrise lsar n e
succeeded m Uthe =, tey &1 *h j
would not succeed in the future; W w _t. -,F W.
an-tai Thrinldad waa at 1 e- 4 ya* doe .r. W Mn o
tuwo and not an industrla l ntrla.y.1 B0 fl u .
As It often not In the in- as'
t t of pIn r ofenos aid ls
evident calln OWd bu mauim- .- a M ds w, sa
Itu locally, to lay auklaw co ld rlnes ajmMM,
sum o to iwuliature hae h says byI
Iftdily Ir sethey thee ___ _e__e d
from abroad very lar#! a n redit
lit-t is, t ntot idiffticult0 M Why I rltaifl P rf
now induaitries have beends
c e thq ,-of
riotirt e bare'To Stamp Out
neass.v ro-.-
WM flirt warning, therefore, to SihmPe IProtfesr Ia
the public Is not to be d" raged i ve ry ON X1-rn ea ISW
by such rjiveats. but to bT as- rfast 4ve hio bee sSad
siUte that fanneur fatiure w'e due i the tocsiflne o o Mi t l
t good re sons ueh as nltUsf- radladiagpeel. Ibli tnw #re*
cint lnvestltltion, kdaOwled.e, rApti- 0m k5 wn -s m sa re1
tal, public Interest and neofiaaet- grsiphly, wthih ih hlfn applUd
Men in Bri tan to the taboatels
The future for liaroe fltlmbers prtelea there e has JuAt bhfti
of otir ravplus labotu his in lew ate to wo at the Caribbea
manufactttig Industries built is t mdle nfe here, as part
largely as possible on the products o the bi Anlo- American
of this country, health meMldIe ia thUS
The fising generation in only IWandsl.
be stabilired by the kpowledSe
that thefe I a safe future for th1tem By W, R M. I WILION
in indbstriN based Oh S@o-gfative .. AI L
plans In which t will be possible for Almost ever disease ha its
them tO use .hlf. knowled geh Iearly, curable stage. Tuberculosia of
aftrieulture, enilnrerin, esalistry the lung is no exception to this
ete.. scqt'ired through an tmprovo rule. But the detection of tubirtu-
educational policy, in which in- 0lost of the lung was in the past
dUstrles the) should be Sthare- so difficult that, until recently, very
holders. felw ases were recognized until de-
t advise. in spite of past fuiltnMA, finite sylnptoe appeared until,
the investment of arome of their that i to say, it wa' almost too
earnings in the devlop'nmant of new late fotr treatinent to be effective.
Industries after careful Investiga- All this has now, happily, b11l
tion. changed by a discovery of a neS
Because of the fact that nobody process which is already transform-
will believe in one who does noi sbe- ing the whole tuberculosis prob-
lieve in himself it i Indisputably lem, and which seems l1Ke0y In the
r;ecesspy thae these industries, at near future, to effect a world-widt
Istin the initial stes of thlteirde- prevention of the disease.
velopinent, be locolly financtid. All Mass radiography is the namI
the capital needed is available for which has been given to the new
extensive future development, but process. It consists, briefly. in the
roof of soundness and of our ablll- taking of a series of photoTraphs
lWtoelan Pnd organise must be d o-f images of the lungs on the X-
monstrated1 ray scren. The photographs are
It Is for this purpose Trinidad In- very small; they are taken oft 35
duFtrles Ltd w*as floated. mm. film-the same *sae as that of
FkI NAND T. PARFAX. cinema film-and are no larger
Port-of-Spain. than a poatage atamjp. but they
---. ...can examined easily and sccu-
Better Point Wanted ratiev by the use of what is Calle
The ZMltlf-TrtM" aiosi"d the proJectlon method--again in
The Edit ^ "Trnidad Gnaran" id a, ogtt4 with the practieU
I view with a rIIIe fan I, of the cinema.
easMed allocation of paint from
the United Kingdom having been %a gleall Anee try
approved to include the require- gAn e ry
mental of oil companies, but There is nothing new of course.
should like to sullest to the In X-ray photography of the lungs.
Control Board that one must nat- That has been carried out tfor
urallv have a good understanding years in every hospital in the
Of what conditions are like in world. Nor is there anything new
tropical Trinidad, and also a good In the method of taking M5al phO-
knowledge in negotiating the very tographs and projecting them so aS
best materials possible, in order to to secure enlargement. That Wia
obtain favourable results, was the basis At the mage lantern
It is Indisputable that pat- by which our grandparents were
vious importations of paints, ouh thrilled half a century or more Ago.
as zinc substitute, some linseed The novelty resides In the Sold-
oils. and certain brands of ready- elation of these methods for one
mixed paints, have been an abso- specific purpose-namely the rapid,
lute failure, andi comparatively inexpenlve,
I do not necessarily think It Is examination of large numbers of
too late, and I am voicing the persons who have shown no sign
desire of painters like myself to of tuberculosis of the lung, but
see a reduced quota, If this will who, nevertheless, may be suffer-
help us to get better materials for in from tuberculosis without rfa-
general use, Usiang this tragic fact.
NATHAN FAKRf LL# In Britain when a doctor exam-
Majuba. La Brea. ln a recruit for military service
---, he la& no Idea whether or not the
Air 'Monopoly' Criticised Man or women before him i re
of the diase When masses of
The Editor, "Trinidad nGatflan" recrUitl appear before the new X-
I was amazed to read in your ray cameras, they do seO as persons
columns last Thursday that thle whose good health Ito preasumod,
Secretary of State for the ColOniesl until the contrary has been lple,.
has rejected the request of the new- Consequently there Is no Suggest-
ly-lormed Caribbean Airways Ser- ion that the examination lsIiMN f
vice to operate between Barbados carried out because suspicion. f
and Trinidad. disease exists.
The reason given was that the For this reason every recruit can
British Government wished to en- be examined. Tbn, at leisure, the
sure that the 'plane service between pr ojeotlaon f ietao4 is applied, and
these muands continued to b. Lcon- the ,ietu4 tof the lun are sub-
ducted by a Britah'owned coea- jeted to scrutiny. In w caSes out
pany. In this eonnectlon It w every thousand, the photograpL
stated that steps were being taken wif show othlig abnormal at al.
to Improve the present service by There will Be no shadow or dark
releasing 'planes and equipment as spot in either of the two lungs.
soon ias poslble. But in the thousandth ase a she-
80 L West Indian I am sure 11thil ldow will be seen.
reaabn must appear superfia, e.
cause the new company allo repre- u ,,er T Clu
sent considerable West Indian University ub H
capital; in addition it is a well-es-
tabllshed fact that competition The'1 MeO1Il 0 me1O IltaB Club,
tends to encourage efficiency, #A- M"vitlrl C"Td6, Introduces it-
pIelally In eommreial circles. Yet Wi H 1 6adee Anfd 11r W l.
It appears to me from the aticele In 6'"S" 0 Oi all W1-t Iadia
tle "GOtuardian" that the Zritish ohsdato fee Moill Ualvmitd.
Government is in favouir of a m.- Dear Bmsdeat,-t would like to
nopoly, Iotroduce you to the Cosmopohitan
In view of the profesed mutual Club, an to tell you a little of Jts
desire on the parts of the British activities a itr alma.
and Amerirtn Qovpmleta 'to Th9 .a e C pmiptllar. Club was
moilst tihaeswt Indies and to fotnaeunte eW yeat ago, by a group
atone for their noelect In -wat oto studeBat wo thoup ht thegah t as&
yar, this aetlon would seem 'be Other Slub or group op the eamnus
in opposition to the avewed policy showed the really cosmopejTraa
ot joint Anglo-Ameuican develop- spirit, and the need for which was
steae of the West Indiee sines becominla inereaslmely aleeeseary,
Ulited states flnaneial tnteress both at Mcill asi in the World,
aIgnade ood to be involved. The original group was masse
Jh oe this U.S. company hai oeainopomaa. ceanistiag as it di
the ind uaano it an Wn West indian, and ae Russian
celet. modern air servlja--aven Thisclbwste s ertte
asor other eoanpanies entered- the leaUe of rftiga;thi nlwas ao'l
-ettn society founded' at oa any laeal
Te picture nesnted is not* or ethical basis. but on thel trong-
likely to inspire West Indtano with eat of bond--lSreaeahip.
the feelta- that the moves are Today, the CoM slitan rt.l A
puts y mjetwlt q W orinnll~aon WI ~eaS W y
Duta deftte question mark on lareret oa the el_. hi e the
the ~ ~ ~ hJ~% beuiul pstwrfu aet- berhip eo it of West ^!
lined to the lm geulertng We ~t3Caadias.i56rua& tS
Indian public by their leader tishol, A rie
W CLAU* tatlve each hf r rleS Looe,
= lwitxerlaatd, S.au ,L 4
Case For Special P TheKdlee1 *'rt~adO~adla''froml 31 Salvador.
Actln on behalf 01 tie husband Here Ia aa outUln of the ro-
Of a d a wmaEn, I ap. *raime arranged for the cooing
Broached the Pallas tor a Iermit ae-ion:-

to use a lorry zoned St Gorge Ffteha3* Becepseto rfety, This
(owner and vehicle at Caroni will be the irst siasli evwt eft
Village) to go to the Couva boh- eoweeimers to Mooil tha 0 l mb
pIta) for the sorpee. I' gtvWIg tS he(rubsia" t er a1t
I was told by the W.0.0. that a taf e 01 caupui Ufa. A, or *ea
pernit for the ourpMe eould not chestra hasa eesoeesed: as a
be mao ted, Could there be a more variety erogramane hua b~ee us"
appopratecase for the panting rangedl for thse ttczmissaes.
3.R.3 GA O ADUAMUNW sB. Ptt.Te are iannua eesi
Carol. W Orteiaaparty neeniw bel


New Device


That shadow atay represent act-
ive tubeculosis. It is a danger
signal upon the correct interpre-
tUon of which not only the life
of the patient himself may depend,
but also the lives of those with
whOm he must come into contact.
First From Brazil
Th'ler is a ease. in other Words.
for further investigation by the
more elaborate method of large-
scale X-ray photography, 'This
will be undertaken; and if it
ahoWe that a fMous of active tu-
berutlosis exists, the patisfient will be
placed under treatnmnl immediate-
ly. and will, III all probability, be
restored ultimately to health. The
di*Se" will be cured.
But that is not the whole story;
it is not even the most important
part of the story. By the treeoignl-
tion of that thousandth case, very
many other persons who would have
been exposed to infection will be
shielded against it, This is preven-
tive mt.dlolne tn the truest sense
of the word.
This ne'V method and diagnosis
owes Its origin to workers in Bra-
all. It has, however, been developed
and brOUtght to great perfection Ih
Britain. To the ftoyal Navy belongs
the credit of having made the
first extended application when re-
drults for service were submitted
to mass rediography. Now all Bri-
tish Armed Forces are using maMss
radiography, and the method Is
now also being employed in the
ease of the civilian population.
T.H. Oi Deline
Factory Workers in Britain are
being encouraged to submit them-
salves for examination by mass ra-
diography. Work is not held up.
since the time needed to take tne
X-ray Is short, arid the proi"M can
be carried out at the factory pre-
mime. .The whole proees un-
dressing, giving particulars, X-ray
examination and drhsing-takes
takes only 10 hminuteS, and one
miniature X-ray unit can deal with
as many as 120 persons an hour.
If all the early eases of tuber-
culosis could be found and seare-
rated while undergoing cure, the
spread of the disease could be
most effectively Checked. There Is
far les tuberculosis in Prltain
than" there used to be. Mas radio-
raphy ought to make It possible
t w rid of hat was formerly
regarded as the "Irreducible mini-
The method depends for Its suc-
cess on doctors specially trained
and instruQted. It is hlghiy satis-
factory to know that large num-
bers of British doctors are engaged
in the study of mass radiography.
apd that ein consequence there will
ultimately be enough skilled work-
Ira and instruments to aftred a
servileCs on a nation-wide ule.
It is expected, that a Itirther sharp
fall i the incidence of tuberculosis
at the youn will result. Such a ill
wl., f tself, lead to a further fall.
and this fallt lain will be repeated
as improvements In technical effi-
ciency make recognition more r,-
Another Interesting pirt' in the
development of mass raiagraphv
In trtaln has been ti's evolution'
by 'Itils clefitait of a new l\s
with fluorlt coAtin. wh ich greatly
improves the photographs obtained.
Also the complete apparatus Is c x-
tremely mobile, tnid ea very easl.
ly be dismantled in Ps short a
time as six minutes.- (British
Counoul Press Division'.


West Indians

held In 1onjupction with the NW.1,
.1hmNa de Ball: This Is our
largest oelal event and it is usual"-
ly well-A"ttended both by members
C?, byrleads.. Pirles are offered
tor or1nal costumes.
tb C1eu1rt: This year we In-
tesd koliltg our first concert and
'We would like to use as far as
P8o00lle freahmene talent. All
Sfteg1 Interested are. invited to
LUe* reheareals for this eoaeert.
wn bab will be announced later.
0e6i "Dolag: We are also statS-
ing a group on national folk dane-
Lrefaa Though we have so
far esa haldleapoed by the laek
of a club roim, tisayear we hope
to be abla to seeure oe. If a club
root lS available our weekly lun-
1heo1 Wk w i ftlda.ly feathus;
~and tel n a obtain lunch at
a reasonable Ariee. We shall still
However, to have student
*Ggu at luncheons as often aa
*-"< bbftimu ale* Iro
.We etMis atit Ipup e to study
and discuss topics of social Aad
Weare eosMofas of the diseulty
UMRsly eseohateragby Creshansa
Is theroet a ir work at eel-
1e1 el ao"ak ongth we an hav.
Seveniang easm waere freek.
sa may have the beast so the
knewlesMAd tawreeoa ft up.
Thet eteeuUtvs I. w.'ling to Set
atP stOaeaits a w their arrival in
,st slia stssE try

1a*14 t. aMa (tY
aftw or oe

"M4, oe 1.30 pm

(. Si_ '*Sow".N"
LISLIC f clmdwtkat iintn j

NG' i easter. Dlve... to e t sl-

oWhe ,< 3U i. -.s


1o n maitiek. l.
8=e S SBf ee U. )

000ney Idd Amy Wlo

Polle enourte iir, "tyt* !, i.Ma
t~f -gWk T am, k *.,
Goth August S94 Ne

Vehi~weS: -
0- IMtaui Drat I" *a UA j

I H2 Back Fore Sth pet(f4o1).uM~
Ou1aw rdad .(
(e w ~a~ e Dre Ma e

S. Pyei Sthekt n frllG.e o utsi F-orIj

pi t' p M m an4I ~n.nlthAi~t NaM6194 v.
One ft Elsle ieytdle&.
MeWmer 1) Steel Duico re eWage tae t e

toplarkterveetleKes t(Aln). thxdI
reoins oith iSiitio ;o aM fI4i~,
on NIt*fthafl Wrist Wath ndSU

Two TI I RAm.
Mt Itotle remaleI Vat I* Sm

Pollee Hesdouarters,

15th August, 1944.


Will any pSCrawWho eA give any Inforutg
arrest and Oonfl O ftiM Verk n sWl

P,51#2, Black lord iv5, the pro fbilly of 269.
on let Augilet, 1144, betwe** 7J P i.. And80F
Boulevard. d
Po-le, tW94Mter porgpainted maroon the
j. 010058: stolen from outslitSdethe Vic atoi
p.m. and 11.25 pu m.,on 15th UUit, 1944.,
pleas conitaunkCe With UN na Iny oattp.
nearest Pollee station.
Members of the Public are warned that
to park their vehie a aflO wtey oa f .
removing the Ignition key 7.dKi p .e i AM,
(Bie.) L. ;_N.
S 1t Ca B
N.oroiu flC3 (rnoutdctu itorais

The Planning and Wtousing
commission has under eonlderA-
f on the question of leasing a pot-
taon of land at Morvant to afit
person desirous of erecting a
building for use U a ACifneMa.
Any person who may be Inter-
ested are Invited to submit appli-
cations to the Commission for the
leas Of such a site Istating the
main terms on which thev wuill be
prepared m take such a lease and
submit at the same time plans
and specificatIons Of the building
propped to be erected.
All applications shOuld reach the
CommimesO not later than the
31st August, 1944.
N. t. NItWT3,
ae1 tary.
Planning and Housing
2. St. Vincent Street,
14th July. 1944.

The public ae hereby notified
that vaccination of equines (horses,
mules and donkeys) against tQlne
neephalomyelitls (81eeping lick-
of Narlva-Mayaro on the following
ness) will take place in the County
dates :-
4th to 7th September
11th to 14th UeOtmher
Notice giving particulars of time
and ilace will be poted at he
Wamens' Offices and in oer
promihent places and owners of
animals are strongly advised to
consult them

(Ordlnance Ii
of Creditorsl

In the S
No. 34 of. 1H4,

Ironc 8ha l

Levied up S
The Rail Wftl1
premise, I
thr wo'icgbe

0s1ook L os

iron Sheets
Levied upon
rThe Sale 9111

2nd BaTl

In exercise I
ferried on me
the Defence I
Foreesm) el
tentlon of ail
Bn. TrnidtAd
to the order mI

Every memh
required to t
ftflure to do i
under the PM
to the aforte
(Sd.) I.

R. 0. Williams, coaud
Acting Director of Agriculture. 32d In WI'


f By virtue of the powers contfeflred o e
Defense (Frood Control) Regulatio,, l42 th 51
apply as from the 2fd AugUst, .1-:-
WmMoCIALN ti -,
fork-ot. Amobwfar
MpanW other thba
Iweao" .'

RIdE-per kgs ITS lBS.
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lumge Past Sens In

SSmash Toward Reidch
pnerill Amlertfan 9 --- -----
tWommsePro- PAa
stbedt o Mumsolini's Attempted
jo tsa tiunMu Asassin Killed

Ol me aWNOn ROW, Aug. 22 (AP)--Th
80.,b" SWIMW r Avan-
Sdo O Oft thaVUat-
gidghead wrmo u4M!W. aslharet who at-
NOMW. C dollb tMltedto aunnmoeat. MueMson
the at And teak- 0 Jue. 1,19W2. wa UkWd In
A shaoed jgrf a sair ra an emlaia
ew awms of t*S 4 September, soby en
t thrust ba do- after be was fred frM
pas do GuaM bum- W pitary by tUMI.
ncsytem. g had = Me=d 17 year ohis

mast the Nm140U
W t Front arr
loomssince "-DA-
at 12,000 d agi
t16 'plane
s no Indcation tihe
S out north c
oe, checked.

ce was a.
bt the Off
that afti
the Nais wet
up both Vtamp
on the Euonm
ie fart her southeast
ave already rossed th,
their push stward
ead over the ul
r~ m talnebtoau.
Isbeld Orleans on tl
n the lower hinge o
t of Paris, we
German artillery
probably from sout
Ikas American patrol
wel west of the tow
nuntering any rea
f.th Francs coast. th
iuod Cabourg in thel
Sdrive, less than 1.7
i tber homeland, and th
I their way into Houl
Oierma.n sentries hav
ed Allied supply fror
OW canal.
I mi '.iN
||and CWUadian armie
Uslf'd on a wide fron
Gtered erman rear
and the race t
in full swing,
kundy pocket Is defln
d oid the general ad
ing," a British stalf
Infantry supported b:
W ik miles beyond new
SGace and seized 8t
Canadkin troop
outers and advanced
across the River Tou-
SBritish troops cap
Sand advanced five
ees the River Dives.
I5 already turned the
h Magnot forts to face
I Allied armies, seo
iports reaching British
aiee, and the broker
I~om now on can only
Scoff the inevitable fal
Ay a series of delaying
Associated Press by A
Ifarters officer in the
erl Montgomery'%
-end of the war is in
officer said: "The
to-eat battle In France
"Th rest of the war for
Iferely a fight for time
e. One good sledge-
by the Russians=.
Sour efforts In the
I It:
can Germany put
pinsch an army of ar-
Igsat Allied armies ua-
i Hsenhowe'as com-
311t destroyed in the
SN1ormandy bulge'"
f, orces reported sun-
t Normandy after
wot t flen wes-
-',;May i1. Runways
spery and fields wet,
of close support for
Swas picking up.
quotes General Dit-
Many$s most au-
N military spokes-
telling the German
hi events in the west
Sa course that imn-
Sand grave anxieties
M. He said: The
Is Of the situation

IS hereby notified that
k A4d in closed to all
he mle. until further
purpose of effecting
h*ge No. 2.
W90011 Is possible via
kBad. San Fernando-
1 Road and Clarke

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The "Avantl doDe a~
Nid that Of aldo6 .
fMunomnl' private Mrtr
Who d th an
of Paolas yen-ala for years,
was killed by PartisoM in
northern Italy a few days aW.

Tropical Hurricane
Sweeps Mexico
) MIAMI. AUg. 32 (AP).-A troptcs
hurricane swept into Mexico's Yu.
rsatan Peninsula and headed over
Uland towards the city of Merit, and
Progreso. V"eather Bureau otbser
verse said the storm would Ion
.it force before reaching the cities
late this afternoon, but later wouk
Pas into the Gulf of Mexico and
regain full strength. At 10 am
It was reported 'that the centre o
the whirling winds had passed lnTa
Yucatan a short distiane south of
Cozumel Island and was situated
at the time about 50 miles south'
west of the Island.
New Orleans Weather Burea
reported a smaller and mdlde. storm
In the Gulf would move inland tli
afternoon near Brownsville, Texas
When the storm crosses thi
coast, the Bureau advised, squall
will extend along the Texas coas
as far as north Matagorda and the
tide will be abnormally high or
the lower and middle Texas coast

Public Ownership
Plan For'Telecoms'

o The Commonwealth Communi
cations Council have submitted t
- the Governments of the United
. Kingdom, the Dominions amn
ff India proposals for reorganisation
of the telecommunications service
Sof the commonwealth and mpiren
. His Excellency the Acting Governo
t. has been informed by the Secretary
of State for the Colonies.
It is suggested that a public
d utility corporation be established
SIn the United Kingdom, in eacn
Sof the Dominions and in India
" each to be separately owned and
with the necessary linking arrange.
0 An Information Office corn.
munilque said yesterday that ad'
vantage was taken of the recent
visit to Great Britain of the Prinu
Ministers of the Dominions and
representatives of India to have I
prolinwry discussion on the re-
Oah. Wo deostons We taken
but, without entering into any
Commitments, It was agreed that
the proposals should be examined
in detail.
LONDON, Aug. 22 (Router) -
It was announced tonight that the
French and Czechs have repudi-
r ated the Munich Pact of 193s.
admits of no concealment, The
battle raging in the west
threatens much that Germany
regarded as esentlal to the
foundations of her military
power since 1940. It may be
that we shall be forced to con-
duct the war on an even more
restricted basis. To tide the
German forces over the diffi-
cult period ahead, extraordin-
ary fighting achievements will
be needed as well as great
cool-headednessg in German
Americans Capture
Another Nazi General
LONDON. Aug. 22 lReuter)-
Lieut. General Farmbacker, 8..
General commanding the German
Army Corps, and his staff, have
been seized by Americans in the
pocket, reported Robert Reuben,
special correspondent in Normandy
today. Reuter's continental obser-
ver writes: "ULeut.-Oeneral Farm-
backer Is the second B6. general
named as in command of the army
corps of the Seventh Army-first
being Colonel General Sepp Die-
At the same time the possibility
must be considered that Farm-
backer may merely have "taken
over" Dietrich whom Hitler mey
have considered too valuaole to
leave in the trap. When Dietrilch
was decorated with the Oak Leaves
earlier this month, it was an-
nounced that Hitler had personally
handed him the deooratilon-pre-
sumnably at some distance from the



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~Argatinians Admiral S4merviln Net

iTo Celebrate .d, duW Barbados May

.FreedParis theSend Team
on Ado" ~lSir Jarna om-
Ville ecma
2 --W Au 3 0 HereNextYear
Aftr r* 0 in we warft Jms nd an wr r
street d"Nn."aN, A5S nb r th e arbados will send a cricket team
ofthe Alli d -e of"U p s OPPtto Trinidad early next year to play
:-af Mit~ ocus. u & _______________aseries of good*illmatches pro-
YFelowMug a eoferemee between s the overcome their ball
AirePMM Ws^Polhee Ch ief, B ft es There is a shortage of balls in
SFierce Battes sm.- h .yr .
OlWN 35Dster.An the Ministhrrofethat bts tagew epectin
Interr, it wa learned that "-(so h that t hisn.
th v ould begrante or nS a fic Front Barbados. In reply to Queen's
fe .to be held ai ass do --* Park's invitation, stated that they
.erml utio willbeow SCe t-ONTINUDo F 0 PAB 1 were willing to make the tour if
coded to the cutisatin w which is Tstheir pa cldteprovided
oa" Involved in any domestic poll-T ran a dt t the a r h proper bractisins facllitero.
tit tivity i plans are ounter-attackin fierceA er last owll series it

rr t/1tt1 1 1ouonmr adte d rtMe nt ro the After C v Athe^**
e tx t he gee n to e .rstr the wall of oto| h
no spee he. osa o eth wa te was planned to re-start the regu-
will be allowed,r owever.to Northeraan urtmy t*ocsuOtosntstr intercolonial tourney for the
flowers and Masent or hGerman troom e l challenge cup with B. Barbados
France in the centre of th Plf rom. Germand tast w~:I n Usen and Trinidad contesting honours.
tt ,al n hero andEast-I ANal-either in September or January
s staankecolum n ea ther yesteRrday, the Gee*. next year, but plans fell through.

Yugo. av& 5 Pac a..,.rd,..O
Yu sl wmans claimed, and the Ruslds
go av Pactadmitted retirement frosi the town.
SNow the Germans are masslg ports Dames
Text Released 3oph.1.1 ..,[
tanks, dive-bombers and mobile
LONDON, Au. 2 gReuter)- u astrenuouattemoto
The text of the ag. ement be- widen the breach.. Onenioviett
tweean the Royal Yueoslav e v- counter-thrust was made in the C T a

teraen th vee t Royal Yu oslav GeV-^^W Tultu"M. long B.n. ancee #Atefo
ornment and Marshal Tito on Tukume sane, a n o M l a n
national liberation ha s een Is. -Bowsk, southeast of Jelsava. Soccer fans will be dse'g one
sued1. IBoth the Russians and Germane of this week's feature games when
SIt ste that the Royal Yug are going a out to win asendem4y S rting Club clash with Notre
Sslav Government hall be formed in this osection-key to the B alti pDamein a T.A.F.A. first leaguer or
from with pr ve democra- ampaign and to a large extent a the Queen's Park Savannahinrtant
om tic h forc e who have not major factor in the battlefor Mast te stand thisrafternoon.
iomp ormd them elves In the o Prussia. From the Vistula bridge Sporting Club have an unblem-
etgle aainst the nationallib- heads, particularly In the iarc 1 9 hed record and with Alvin Rod-
eraeto movem ent. Me Royal andomiers position the Rulssians riguez, the B.G. ace, in the forward
If 0e, Government and the are attacking strongly, Von Ham- line. and a turdy defence set tip
omr tee wll ork mer said. by Dore, R. Tench and S. Dopson,
ether in the truei against the Masle nnlkov's drive through 1o- will take a lot to stop them.
d enemy and in the conduct of tonls is progressing, but at a slow- The Dames will be battling for
Aforeignl forY eer rate than when he began 11 the honour of being the first team
Both ring Peter and the Yugo- days ago. The retreating Germans to stop them.
slav Prime Minis ter have moade are now bunched around the i nm-
i apeas o thie poplenis t eruad e portant communication e entrees of F.A. TROPHY GAME TODAY
n as fto the people of the tcoun- Vgth a and Tartu for a stand. Two FA. Trophy matches among
j try forunited effort toward& the Thee dayg of Warsaw enterents
d. overthrow of enemy forces. The The siege of Warsaw entered Its Seeo rd-class games will be played
s ing made a last call to the 23rd day with still no evidence of this afternoon.
S people to oin in the full move for the Russians attempting a frontal They are:-
ssault. Invincible v. Woodford on second
t the defeat of P iscsm. The Union of Polish Patriots n cl ground. Referee, Mr. Carlton
e Moscow broadcast a decree calling John.
-Colonyaoups~ly for partial-lmobliation ofnall Polse Providence v. Indiana on new
SforthertialitorylisationedofI Pol-grund. Referee: Mr. L Locke
y in the territory liberated from Ger- The team o represent New Wood
k man occupation. to expand the ford will be:-A. P onard- 0. Jones,
eight against Fascism
For W welfare W ork Troops of the Third Ukrainian M, -gren: H. Benare, P Alexander,
front going over to the offensive I. Annisette: G. Williams, N. 1.0-
Appeals for co-operation of the with the support of masses of teple, o Pierre, A. Barnes, J.
various social bodies in a new move blows by artillery and aircraft, Brown, N. Blake.
for co-ordination of voluntary sr- broke through strongly fortified .wt s
-vices in tie colony, is already ha b-. enemy defence developed In depth INTERMEDIATE RESULTS
o Ing satisfactory response the "Tri- south of TIghina, and during the St. Mary's College scored 4-1
learned yester- three days offensive engagements triumph over Notre Dame and Colts
nidad Guardian" d Itredyan hpeSprigCu1-ante
day. A number of these bodies advanced up to 70 kilometers. and whipped Sport nR Club 4-0 in the
have communicated with the SoI expanded their break-through T.A.F.A. Intermediate matches

hav ecom nic ted wi h t e O- epn o sand d thir bre ak g playedoi on th e Queen's Park Sa van -
0 cial Welfare Department express- along a front up to 130 kilometers played on the Queens Park Sa\,an.
' Ing appreciation of the proposal,I liberating more than 150 populated nah yesterday afternoon.
r d have indicated their inten- places, including Kaushany, Chli-
tion of falling In line. mishliya s. and IAtnik.
Wholehearted co-operation of Sanitary Authority
bodies is beinsolicited as a me-aavas B o
Iof enabling the committee set up

commit?" Naa Buleti Tou y fMeet Tocemorro
to make recommendations general-BnMeet morrow
ly, and study the possibility of e se rh. e Port-of-Spain City Council
success of the proposition. utls sitting s the Local Sanitary Au-
A questionnaire has already been s O ut thority will meet at the Town Hall
issued to a number of t'ea bodies Ia se 1to u o t 4 Cof tywlme ftte ownHal
doing social work and those that Out today Is the 15th Issue of at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
have note t received theirs have Naval l bulletin the magazine of The 8-item agenda lists, among
been askn to communicate with the Royal Navy in Trinidad. From m matters for discussion, the Inale-.
the secretary of th e Social Wefae its outset, when only a four-page quate water supply; reports on the
erettre the N oa re brcVd-sheet.Naval Bulletin achieved health of the city for the month
Hitherto,keen interest has ben popularity with all sections of the of July; reports on anti-rabies and
shown and progress, though % bit naval community, being a conve- bat controlmeasures; the sewer-
slow, ith ealng ,reotorkeep s to y.k ni. ent mdium ifor dl s-minatnq 1 B6Blmonts.C. s school, and
slow.o_ c ressu news and exchange eof vigwl am the question of improvised food-
';opinions, and Its else has 4 own shops on the Queen's Park Savon-
Sou rapidly to its present 20 pages n during race meetings.
which Include illustrations and a
2 Fie Incover In colours.- =
For Pf magazine which Is eited India Finance Expert On
b Payr. Lieut. D. J. Coward, R.N.
te .R, of "Benbw," in his spare Way Back Home
AcdordiS to returns for the time, is prin by the "Trinidad LONDON Aug. 22 (Reuter)--- Sir
iarth of July. fines totalling $41 Guardian" all distributed to Jeremy Raisman, Finance member
were lbnosed on 23 offenders I naval personnel in the command of the Government of India, is now
the hern Division for profl- without charge; expenditure being In England on his way back. to In-
tooring havingno price taP, Or met from advertisements. There dia from the world monetary con-
refusing to sell. Two cab" V011is apparently no difficulty oft this ference at Bretton and expects to
dismdsed, whilst 13 are stil pend- score since It is understood that leave for India shortly. When ask-
ing, the Information Office an- there is a waiting list of prospec- ed if there was any possibility of Y
nounced r-:sterday. tive advertisers among well- an informal exploratory discussion
The Central Division yielded wishers of the Royal Navy in the with British Trersury officials on b
$20 in ines, mostly for goods not Trinidad business community, the subject of the future of India's V
marked or for refusal to sell. Five _the__subalanct tes.utirJeremynre-s
def.. dants were reprimanded and so string balances. Sir Jeremy re- 0:
discharged, cases laid againstSpecial Assize Court piled it was Impossible for him to ,
disharge dismissed. wh~t ainstx Sg say, but in any case the British hi
e~twere dimsew is i Sits F-riday Mori~tlng Treasury officials had not yet re-
other defendants still have charges$rauyocas a o e e
o rdeendi aintstl hem fcrges A special sitting of the Assize turned home from Washington. n%
steering and refusing to sell Court presided over by Mr. JusticeeR
Return from the Northeastern K. Vincent Brown wil be held on THE TRINIDAD I'
Division showed that *55 was col-,lFriday to decide on punishment of
elected from three offenders for IRamnarine and RandolPh Roberts
either facing to keep stock book, two men committed for sentence
onvaios ccsaios.AUCTIONEERING bit
or Selling fish above schedule. o marine is Indicted on aocu-
were dista fed, toget: fr with two sl tion of wounding with intent to
others dI:M d f orslligabove heduwe.murder and Randolph Roberts on C& BROKERAGE 'o
others for selling above she accusation of theft.

Changes Hands
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent.
Princes Town's biggest dry goods
store, owned for several years by
Messrs. J. T. Johnson Limited, has
now changed hands. Present own-
era are Messrs. William Chin and
Mr. Chin, until last month was
employed as manager of both the
San Fernando and Princes Town
branches of J. T. Johnson Lim-
ited and had given valuable ser-
vice In this capacity.


Freehold Property
Large Dwelling House, opposite
Orphasanire. Bnatrancesa on both
Bell Rau Road and Pftanco Lane.
Three (3) Bedrooms, Front and
Bide Galleries. Drawing and Dining
Rooms. Back Sttng Room. andd
Out-offces under one roof.

Sale Of Properties At
San Fernando

NOnCE Is hereby grien that
iipEw in Sa a Femando In
anmTofsMtsN a" edares up to
And inluduw the year 191 wMll be
amd I pub n aucUm at the Town
a, Sea Fewuande. Tunsay
the IMh day of September. 14. at
uS pm.

SBeM l*OOnt.
Town Cl
San PWNaado
MS Ames*, 164

5 Prince Alfred Street,
San Fernando.
(Next door to S. M. Jaleel's
1M4. at lie pfW.
On Instructions from Mr. S. 0.
Drakes, licensed gun and lock-
smith, who is leaving the Colony
the undersigned will sell all his
household furniture removed from
his home to his business premises
together with his office and busi-
ness fixtures to include:
Simmons Bed and Mattress;
Shiferobe; Bachelor Cot; Dining
Table and Chairs; Morris Suite;
Decca RadJo with Pick-up and
Records; Large Glass Case; pling
Cabinet Instrument Cabinet;
Work Bench; One Light Iron
Safe: Tool Pres: Standing
Shelving; One New Vice: Orsmo-
Phone Motor and Parts; Gas
Lamp Parts; Gas Stove Parts;
Towel Rack; Deck Chair; Tea
Table; Pedestals; Hat Racks;
Electric Reading Lamp Stand;
Bedroom Lap MStad: Cl k,
bentwood Chairs; Typewriter:
Crockery; Brassware; Oas Stove,
etc, etc.
Dated this 1lth day of August,
TIMS: Cash e the tn a ef
the hammer.
GEA. K. tAMDinr.

(I. L. Whitemon)

Begs To Announce




1 Henry St Near T.G.R.
New Furniturwe of
Deerlpdin Beds,
Mattremse, Glassi
China Ware, Creek.
ery, etc., etc.,
erow I-ipectle

Supplies received of

T-e Wedser IueetJelde.

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AT THE I HHAZADZ one of ZERITE's Superb 3
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Tickets Obtainable at baridse," & Todd ULtd

Prices: $3.410

m s2.-40, $.o00

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Standard Life
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stablelsh te the WeWs
ft" efor M yMt
Martne Squar 1.0.5

There ts no need for tus to tel
ou of the maddenn Irtitatlnm
he day and eight torture aud
y pile trouble, We tell you that U
ou only start using Man Za at
nce it will stop the terrible pain
iothe and completely heal blnlad or
feeding piles. Read just these
vwo from a host of letter.
Mrs. M. A.. Nuneaton. wrltes:-",fe
'er a year I suffered with terrible bum-
a piles. Fomentatlons and ointmait
"'*e me only temporary relief. Thmen
,ard of Man Zks, and decided to try
SNow. In i tha Inhrele week i am
impletely cured of this dredfuI ma-
Mrs. J T.. Fenrlth, eayo:-"Itetj tand
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'ar. and I could not obtain any relief
was reemamended to try Mwa s End
medletely I found riof. Now alSi
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Don't suffer longer the nerve-
estroying, weakening misery of
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ith special nosise applicator, from
I chemists.

A.D. 14a

Divorce and Matri.
monial Causes




To Jeo Ryana lte of Per-.
^f-S n the Ceemy





e it is because of today's war-
time conditions.
We are doing our hest to
keep all dealers supplied with
Listerine Tooth Paste, because
we know how much you appre. 7 i
Clate the cleansing qualities of '
this finer dentifrice. Please bear
with us and remember that if Aj
you we unable to get your tube
of LUsterine today-possibly
yoU can get it tomorrow.
So-every time you buy tooth A
paste, A for Listerine Tooth
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[fvlk Of Trinidad Mothers Sh6uld Teekc
L -. ...S....- s'Children Not To Be AfraM
~ug~gS~l 404Ieas n slnd, SON 2sobeInnng A U lmothers mawl bays bdud the fir 4ko --oy 44 __
I wfl idsakM"s prseo 'a offbsamd-y ^ at
. La. = bet ,,mdw, a Mr.,A A u. n
d o f wthe m Wi tOsethW ll nos mg hi hI e gmawft=&-.I fears1thyobeA"d ynt1,*
Mr.K.GoiaaidMr Wi aihiewi r~i ~ rahkaid egtM tue rw af
[e w f 2 Movs Moro Ju wearenmand e 5.ds o r e
5 seondand third pio"I mS"WoSll. fears that may Ieem foelb and part wll lot "bring
The conniltteeof i la0 tbsdl g ef ovelygita possible t often quite unreasonable to nan Al
the daomt e a sueoo. vi aned ft I are advisd to adult. ye they are no Ab al. nw u
their tickets as sdmissleS willIbe by t1Cit5 only. The Milder- real to a child- oh' fiers: te a owiawy
f w stra winbe to- 8 1IND 'Unfortunately. some Ignoran worthy of ywar ntarest n
a orchestra wi be e parut dellbeately build on fea ors blImthy. CL0d11 tos am,
o control m their children. of ee"o out W sItl
Uft AND MRS. CLAVD SANTOe chaso SndrIa Ann for their the bogey-man, or kindred nam= aP s even In WI Ind1
011 dughter a namewhens wAW @4a at t. PtICk'Spolceumen. doctor, dentilta and Madraumsmse
Mchon Sunday morning. er, godea, ls weit MM Clyde so on. Sr eas ethat ch emb

.-(r pa d Mrs. oter)and crt. U.e F. both (urn tw m aher- .Soe mothe o rs even take advan- h o dMe p a.n y ato

(her empoy ^t h n.L graiwwt) en Mr M.t I Fgmo
I MM*era of both families were Invited to drink t b'by* tW of children's fear of the dark b -
Aefterwards. Iunderndthatlcakwhihwe thetr children abut thdet In omow
0* a s them. and dertroy them by me.n

(te n wi ni theshape *ofry ao rer andto l cwba and putienfe. Ind Dnat thyaitre bn "aht.tDi.r
Wf ie ut and orthe chsldre' femyChn makIng a very serious mistake foroyl Vlctot ntt. p .
the twr m KnE itandthi doctor or.arec wrt a ived a torw what seems to be or au timethod. an s

yoS Superinenent Red hu recently .taken up r <"c and G the irat oCScupnt ot the ynewp bohUnnlow nrict llen f3.sk --and q uite ng ncm ber of yo untry C .c .
or b rsupaton oS aotlatrae. ared tin hn om s chUidren do-ato counteract thvloping a M e adnglek d final at Preverane

O M iyou should not let hi n avoid % O Lawn Club,
i aim now in harge oyed withe nw A.y- blhed sub-dion in th drknes but rther teach him to Auut5
t wth nermWnenhotis also with the Aprm in1sInocIsInate it with things he lke Anuo ri0 o to at
P aciic. W e h h^ise favourithe storiewl whil momoe-a-Pro, Stu y ust

r^S DK UARTI iZerite, formerly MIM Beryl Davl, a ulster of 8itrln with him In a darkened M. ,
Iu. i-Krth fa In their children but destroy toAnd Mcro Slod
830 S '.them, and destroy them by means
cI'a the polic i8outr n Diviont. has been iting for th e P east the childrence fears will thn be Royal. Victoriatn mtitcated so
i two. I unde stand that his doctor has ordered r In bed for broken once for all time d
wide. Ser tanced ment Reid uas recently taken M rup y resi nen sr y or csdnd feears t dto ie be ark dFrt ent t
and I ds the first occupant of the new bungalows d et erected sthere-aaul cre p gE v bdee rno r twy
for occupati on of magistrates and other high officials m children do -to counteract th is Opel singles final a Marin
yhouldM not let him avoid Squiare Lawn Tennis Club. Friday,

H9 is.now pnarg e o fte on tne fevnn by t w rviso tointhedarkness webut rather teach him August 2.Alt n io

-i- ~deoo m twdauhte, Mr. Brnad Jeklns. h< lrme ,,hlchsrxuldnev r dhaearsn o twhe oyear.nabve or slimadsver IS,1
'ittav h~enAdre on wh leaving Tra*,herIstl 0 tor (p yearsd Sato. ra ben ofecrh. lo v day blnd of n fyuwa ha yeblo
enjohargeiturled retaawayshrdiued dn nd then nmthe youo
'*Uth -nwlt h permanent residence at s n oiparsa. associate Ih t n ywitho things he lkesn And nunala n ifleco petition at
St,tell him hisrfavourite stories whilstrPointedn-Ploa, Saturdayk August

DaRe B (tlrtrHform erly Miss vi er sting w th hmov Iha dark aerne nln to tat wtPe 6
W-0 w mreulein Davis, w arrived last w from m South Of room.
a na visit to her home, wIll give a recital at the Victoria institute Teach him always to go to bed

Stat 8.30P.MN.i n the dark a nd bring hir up to et And Macaroni Salad
e- M arti. who left Trinidad several years ago, has studied think of darkness as a natural and
ath Royal school o Music and with private teachers In Inevitable sequence to the light of Beetroot end macaroni Salad is
1t -and has C'ed in several of the big cities In Turope from day. Tell him that darkness is simple indeed-but very good.Cold

^' R. o. 1 R including the Casino ode Paris necessary for sound alp, and that boiled beets are diced an to the
8 Sohe as also dancMed at Leon Eddie's and the Monte Carlo all the animals and wild creatures beets add a cup or two of old
Vaitio in New York. such as the birds and beasts oeboiled macarosi, cut into half-Incht
Althouiigi. Mrs. de Marti has cnme on one or two visits to se her the field, welcome darkness at the lengths. A little min-e" onin_

itives r s leaving Trinidad, h nier last was; 10 or 12 years ago. e of An in rdirto i(whe obinbe rchv Sl
er he r sginre Je s t fo enjoy whundi tur g hestawayrfrom tmixedyri iwne t lt and then .hALD Srr)E the youngest sn of Mr. and Mrs. Fdgar the hseat and rays of the sun, and mayonnaise and lemon juice is
.MI f AdenoMaracasl, aA written to his -rents telling them s0O n. stirred in, making a "bitey ,and
e ha joined the Royal Canadian Navy a h now training in Help him to get over his fears enjoyable salads to eat with prie |
and rain or thunderstorms in aI

W bhegi &.Mar den .ld Trinidad he Intended joining thel An A P i ma n e by epl rta n -
andha rcenly' Veye simply how such things arise. Clothes To Suit Type
owing to eta trouble, was unable to do so. ae sntHs dislike or fear of doctorsem
l.4bt the Roal1 Canadian Air Trasport Ck and. and dentists Is usually tr enable A crepe dreo sIn black. white,

*ed tac0 tod an memory of pain association iny aer pasteih __ ."r _______ __ or bktmrd green* oi
AIWK L party wa given on Sund Mray evening by Mrs. Evelyn his youg mind, and th fears pes weale t any time of
S deoo hr duer, s. rnard Jenkins. the forr whichsld never ha arsent year. Have itJim and severe
- whaire she will join her htuband. Mrs Jenkins, who will be accom- telligence. patience, and under- full-skirted with princess lines and
ool ebyher two children and her sister.MissHazel Anderson, w ho standing on the. mother's part flattering neckline
wil be returning in a few month'. will make her home in Kansas Of course, overcoming a child's becoming. thtsyeI
SUffet-supper whs s-,r'-ed dirint he evening Among those prevent
The par v wa s .d ay n M Mdr. an d M l ,. a la ughleeisho an.
.r. sad Mrs. Cut hber, ^ aynv 1.Mr. and Mrs. MiChae AndersonR a d i o P r o g r a m me s
1 r. P. L. AIderatn arnd Ml T -rothv and Mis sPa Andeason: Mrs ._ __.._ _ _ _ __-- -_-
i sAgdlt,, Malor A, Mt s -s C1,nrlvy Rooks, Mrs. I v NrrLs and r MI c owl In.u V
b a dau ntez. M f l ',A '-! ,M ist G onr mi I ,algin I June Trournm'- .. t w o i
SoriaW. Ta,,d Mr%' .1-e CrrP17fl ('om'nailder Fli:-nler no A"h *... Tno Ie? t'~ "~Uo Vew he tewsV0.1. Newsca
rlhlMs. M, r. and M .r ' i, gil1, M ;.' Ir ellaine MIMoaud,. ML:t15 r#4-s M .rR ta n -, d a Ore t V yeat er Mul
7"ic .M %.F ri1; ,-3nPt (;og oti, 5 l0 --Mirlh and Madness KaY Ky~r
y Py mqr4, M5 O rchsd I ra,,C or-tP .\ d t -l M r (,e .r4 e j (n c i. nl .r C or, s rt -
I.dr ic, k. f.N M ',;oliet Kre h. and *% Mrs. Jacques O h di.
a I SPers,,nal Albh m
6 *: 30 VII'ae Store Rai isolt
'A UA ia rty I~a-v g, rn .y their !rlerks on Saturday evening for :45 New, ..w
I Mnon Pak .nr. Mr G!lrik Moraltelo and Mr Harry Farfan,. ., __e_._ Mol__y
sr Inada '~ center MeGil University,. A 7 1 -tr-k R#wrt
bem10fcrake, with th.e names Torm, trik and Harry. graced a well- 7 0 Command Performanos.Dono@ Holder
a %nd all th, of !he departing boys were presented wih _ .. ... __ Top o ithe Evening
Antrings. o Nw
=. took place at Mr. atw Mri. a J awo lil bem, An 4,61, StABands ctavl myn -
a who numbered bout to6, danced sad amused8 .... Cugat
6 l tf late hour.
Aino" them were Mlis Jacqueline Oarransa, who Saw about all News n.M.ewor i-- i ~ -i
the ararn@mnstA; Miss Marina end Mis Graela, Morakleo, Min&15, 0'e, "wmet atRom Latin ',thmisi
Gkrta Laughlin. Mis. Trais, ~hiss Eve and Miss Bernadette Ander- :35 War ntvew ..
OEM Min Yolanda Yrureta., Mi'm Teresa and Miss Angela Martinez :o .,,w H N..-1 ll O club
WeArinels de do anns, Mi s l)orothy and MFiv Helen Knowles; MINs 10 'l Wrf'heOraI CsCtlub
Sde Vertcuil, Mss Merle Ange do Ispeyrouae, Mi., June Cous- .;In - Col. of Mut. Analysis
em1n .'MiSS L'UX.n Sald MiaV Eleen tde Vertetill, Mis Margritsrit :45 -... zoetue
d rMI- Annet, @Quesnel; MiW Jean Gait. Miss Jean Wupperman, N(IruT: 5h. w. T. wil bo heard from 5.15 te 545 pm. ovo
nMy.. a SPntin, MIAR G(.rsa Ront, Miss Joan Huggins. wa rtt a 4 5mp Club as Argieultu o Club end Poete' (veorno.

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TODAY ONLY TOMORROW TODAY, 4.30 & 8.30 p.m.-By Public

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ITllll Hll f I NIIIflfl IiHh1IM Ul IUIwIM III^h t flhB hh--I
rr r II l~y5S 1t AUBREY SMITH 5 ioa Tn HILA

pAm.L M A PAL- naAY coc a.0 .. TODAYo
TONIGHT 8.30--ONtY R.K.O. Super Double Adults Only C
M.O.M.'8 Super De Luxe Double (George 8u1) and JnmDUNW, mV. Cha.. Laughton, Clarke Gable in T.HEY GOT ME COVERED
ixt-MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY (Bob Hpe) "Hold that
S2Hd-John Carradine in Mo d t
Tomorrow- MAMAN Woman"
Misbehaving Husbands IF and -
Port Of Hate. IT'S A HOME Bel mwm, swI vu--
A ToNIoHr at9.c Have To See "Devil Mat" TODAw
'T a Ar^ DOC | r-D "evil Bar | ^o
f Metro Goldwyn Mayer Presents
Best Foot Forward LOUt 1 TOMORROW .etL 1roi
*~~~GLA Gru h^ n^ -* rm^ f dSSg ir*
with Luciule sDl, Harry Jame LOMAs gnRcal Ar
Il sMusieMakers .OMAS 8 ALI
(Indian Bornne Singer)
T oENNIE & UNCENSORED -n8swn B ousIs
SHIPPING __aj -P ._so ,- POlC ARES
Santa Crz Road .. 1j TODAY 4.3, .&N p.m.
Rmai n& . |0e t- RandiolphCO TT. Eliuanbeth,
HAMrSON LMN is=. *trt- NE
pens" Ems eSS- .rs. t "'PARIS
V ... ......... ,N
w van"m1mma a e1Broom StreetVa-
W4 IoI i10 31 Oda" s cant, renovated ... Chp ChejjCALLING
-ta M1- a 1 o9go8 Saddle Road-newor
Alm--oppoesite Country -and-
SSems ............... l Bred CRAWFORD. Lea CHANEY
miA. os.0 0. .UGNw a &o. LTD 7iChompmsi Elyse" 1 Evelyn ANMURS
To""Ii UU.N UUU tWR4NI ow I I Tw esi NoCd0es0 e ..d$16,0116

0 Do Luxe euo-- I" Bowl
4, Deng st r eet S
-" ALLIED MERCHANT = "a .'w.' Bne
eaoW-- vaefmt ..... $Uflmi
NAVY CLUB -19.h Ste--"- I-,=I.IP,
"edge .............. W011E
______ ______ O f tf f -~ N- TO A at H l SL and 5 p-- m ^-
NATIO- ......N..E W DgN S Or AnF
or "a T111111 u.lam Now noTDAat Nt~t
"NA' t ?: Is tse~a .. .... ? rDT At MMOUR pF TAN
t/ ST. ANN'S OAD .M.t- ... .." at nd -,A-
a t0 4st _iSt N KID GLOVE KnIlL (Vain
NOS e m ........ l $131G010II (l
y\.~~ ~ ~ ~ 1111--01135t Nr m- TOMORROW 5~-~i
pl'w-Mse^re. St. ^ A ^ ^S?^ madd us*3
Wednesday, August 23 Br s- RMS N MEn
SPI PA. L O0 Ul Sheet, Sh- -
Grand Smoking s "a
Concert ""NOWr QUnr.. --EMPIlE Sa.IA

at th fCLUBa -OWE *TWO +I DAY-Lot Ph nBg&545A5LD -
I Special Guestad atoN w tu yI L !
Ar stas. te, -0AJbEb-

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Today. 4t 8.4







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opes To Be Here For In europe

Ceorn erstone Laying

i. fleMon. the Director of Medlcal erviee e
Ws ut t i eM of tM yar (r m a,& ta r &M
iaeto tat b ops the OturMI h f ta a "a
asMuliat~ttUB at Our at a wie aftM eW U m e

*Illtt diftot to ftn,-
u itee m t tma

4ere originally sub-
^ii tuiet
p>ldei, he saMM. Ten'
eoMtruction of the
.ll be invited abdrtly
prto. wit nlkA o
of Mr. A. L. Orayo

Salso undeiw. for
mCJti wouid deen
t thie wedluth Ishool
ie be thoughtwir
ilml he opn~lnt O th

S tel, atleletatint
tatlo dfi for tha

Mtanment had been in-
to the 00nstructlon
e~a" ntres, Dr. Mac-
BM r he the Port.

1*Ittea Hospital and
M and the nurses'
hAFernando atinpro-
oWf N, A mittcaitl
Dtiet had been cirn-

while the Arimn

Dr. Maclennan
of the recont-

Gol~mittee would
Inear future and it
mlnry report to the

,. Rtettli Policy Cofl-
SChief Ctalls
I tint eacte
aAg.lt trin)
*n had n In-

onhe, Prea. etof
FederAtion of L ad

t hber nurs mes
pe uture vind pro

itm Aerie, calls foe
a ltH haobent co-opeti
wt hiletef CAls,

nbteheneof a.tice

ith p war.
*arksbadu to be
Co-tO-rainetol of itt-
A Diru. Mr. areene
of tre in e close to
O anttewold
near futre tand gi-

Chief Gets

TOWN, Aug. 22-Wil-
isuend PriterTown
*m Pedtrttoon of LAe
lMUtLAbour Dey mee-'
WaAAmerloa, callft for

f" iitehflnent of l viNtl
ithe *sr.

& to ii months' m-
B Mr. A. H. Busby fat
SCot-ordinstot o4 111-

H aTown Ma. strate
Mutually when he pledvantl-
harge of Getfowl slt.
wi Jail Term

SWe8 found bO taotaire
TOWN, Aug. 22- Wi-

|icg a ew Pr ud hiTwn
it fe tconevi tion,
lfto six months' im-rul
Kf r. A. H. Busby at

theTown Magistrate'nd ws
Sfriwhend who had ptol
h a re o f f o w l s et~ k n .
Is wIS found by CoastakMe
Wanted aE fowl udfor his
qu~talonl wit
id Is atrgln in
mtUN I ket and wu
A rend who bad tolit
ited a fowl for
ilt later that the fowl
'Mr. Vifginia Thomas
r nedmn prosecuted for



PMaeto ieo i *undAt< Ausmt ,
theU following k.

Death Robs H .. .. .
ISon Cites LCO
U.S~ OfficerSftCtsKC
Uot. hfcer Father And
Of Mother

Death robtd UhtjArmy ,tr W i s ioe,
3OUR. b4 leading X.C. was principal
Iet wedhoiedae *6a Mrs. wurs Pte the, nvovin an a tyro
W~i t. dit her Of the listed Mr. case in Which his on AU dtefenld
wuital In g tnteIMarstt.e I- g colun ite Firt Pol ee
llet, lifut Mrs, and wife f Mr Court yesterday. Mr.
eityfnol r oe3,010 a = 0 MhicL Ch n on ,dfedm was e I B waue. kM O

4ebrt ar^- 4%~r ING I= at 1010Obdecser moving a ntao acar owndb
eratioo, died at her late hd J n ,. de ehdl* b octt teu,
irttatahOta alIheK. At" xrt e nea24, ?C? Mt Mr, heiar tiaston Jlum.tasn
Major the t is onecof three aur& al c The cse, invoivg eei ace.
ctl dre hfrthm e th e to o. t|bit -to tioln ainst Rahmumt Thuled of
vInd childr otr e lA t Mr- Al. lied v Leaving --rial. he w ig une rl car el an
W yUs e her first mrlage, the h dad n Ud 9 der o 11on*tre l U,
Othef betng. Mrts. Reinatd Par. w. 1 h tyre wuspertd to have beeno
fll, wife of Mr. C. R. iarrell, sU A l i toien, was dismissed bey Mr, W., J
SegatMc(,ntt Andre.
City Engineer, and Mr. Cecil jAnike the ..Ahfy In 1241. Obervie, a
Iterbert.404i** ead6(hll r fav ic mtor car ownedbyi
Mer b irdl dast etsteaAl hhi e tm leT With a yre oh it while lhe
Her kindly dispo a ieieletion had on litl tartlthan haae te suspected to have been llawtltuly
ared her to a WWI circleeofdtAtith ha elti-the obtained, Sergeant iesadel held W
friends, and a laret##Iatheling t a"bs that.u h noo a o XM110ii
tended the futill Which took dHtod the mo or car for esamitatl.
place from te house of MOurniflg l h e te the tot et terdayl tht
IN Norfolk Street to St. Mar- he knew thI t motor caron well it he
aret's Chrerch and then Wkto- W eenk the yre Which as ohr i t W i o the tel
lalsyrouse Cemetery where the y^ f' P neeld it Uw was not one of the tyire
osyr. wse interjnred in r et family with which the owner had bought
ody ws ieht. r Tot is a td it. The aerial number, Sergeant

k>ltr Milt To** :-4A tnPIslyands Plutanne g.3U ajn el Sa~id Mr. adg both 01`142 ON
.The bearers were: Mr, R. Wilson, dl cadell saIl had beer M r. awned Ant
Mr, A. Wilson. Mr. Rt. to ell. Dr. r t wo oa nw one placed on the Lyre
SRece Dr. A. 8teele, and Dr,. r, t t daiCUties Refuting tollce allegation that
Ms.rcano. A e ndD to ta e*a staB t iday retort tt thwasnot the tyre with Whiell
A ll eves to ou80 their os er 0 be able to wek-end the car was bought, tult told thil
husband, Mr. t. Wilson; h, child a court tht not only w that th
rh. Mrs. Rellal dd arreli, M Revised and launchservice same lyre but it also bore the serlmh
Cecil Herbert afl Major Or on fgehents tWleA ed by Capt. E. nub registered by the previous
Herberto eV.S.A.a s several gwttcd- tflkellelihs, Acting Harbour Mas o dWher.
children toiehl id nieces. eterday, provide to a week- Challenging the evidencejiven
ilenn ltitri ohtslisad i.terJaceni t ie driver employed by Thulat
poinlt:s Al the 0city at 4.30 p.m. Who ws a witness for the prose-
Ont Fridayssand MoIt at .3o an A mutlon, Mr. Edgar uimeton Johnkton,
TwEB. Comm t reet on M ys *t caled his father Mr. GOastah John-
Tr C mmte gnol yseSeekeers unable to ton, K.C., to give evidence thd
toa, ath a t anc eOver t it wekede t that the difr had.lvsIt
t ompisindhi velf t serOvice thee upt wasit-his chamrlsyesterday monringr
The Trinidad Guardiian"tu the da Sunday trip leaving port- an i hadfteredr to appear as wit-
of-sr.pai atr tan mfr all halts and hes a for the defence.
derstands that the Trinidad rlec- Monos, and starting the return
tricity &oard. meeting last
Saturday morning, decided to IJourneyata op.m. Describing him& as t foolish boy.
appoint lves a committee t o resdo Prtofp S an Mr. W. J. Andre yesterday filnIed
cal oitidfor the new tek-endond handiny lenjimin Joseph to or 14 days torm
over to .h takrte.f-ehuh u 9 City take tnfrot ri t he llages of thewinsh
oveil theip Porton of th elctri day afte r oon, Augult2, have itu l the property of the U.S. GoV-
un ertAltig fito whleh they wetesbeenflled lt 64 Cents to Gaspale ernment.
an 1 k ed go ce n s a str ct I - -
Is decision, It Is understoO, Accommodation, it in disclosed, Warning him tn keep sway from
was taken after a suggestlzn of i1 y limited and intending strong drink, Mr. Andre o ed'tal
Mr. W. J. Williams, the general sengers are advised to book InCornlius Campbell to sign a bond
manager, that a four-man corn- advance atthe abour Master's it to come up for sentence ift
mittee comprising himself, the Office. called upon within one year when
Hoh'ble Errol doe Sant"s, the he convicted him of being armed
chairman, Major A. Clayton Smirh t twith a weept to commit a felony.
sld Mr. A. C. Llatflos. the boa Mt.'8e SheiVWft Sou ght Sdhohwing his disapproval sat RA being
Secretary, b appointed for the L tn j asked to leave a shop at which he
purpose, was rejected. wOr ,Sfatltuol Query was misbehaving Campbell refused
A few weeks ago the City Goui cplataintgeneral Si- to to and began to use obscene
ell appointed a conmmilttqe, Which r c ition l t wthe hue of language, When force #as used
has already met. to study take- Ru d e ta hto put him out he StAbbed the shop

ftfterne~~~~rt. ~ efutM.adunhg andc reuetsohdtf theft hn Tnvce te wrt-
over of their portion of the under medical Officer Helth be di- clerk i the back with a knife.
taking. ___________ eted to make a strict inquiry in.
a t eto the matterill be laid in q us- Convicted onaccusation of as-

before th Cit his or,
to b C ~~unc Direc or o Charles ardsaulting and Wsund*hia tantdh
Nation Paroty Pcks b t efr iy when the Maortin and bein a&Med with
lLocal SitrY tA=vd Vitr city of the *N1,00 to toOilt a felony, Dun-
New IVice-Ptesident a R c h o'l o- tIJUutot
o"'nequestions to be brought traeo, it was alloead stabbed
Dr. P. V. Solfmon basabeen up at the meeting is as foll0s: Martin in his track With a pon-
leletetdo nd vl-ptlhat emit ofth e'1 o t th or irebease of a tow which they
Welt Indian Noitional Paty t All Aw# of distoncerting reportiin previously had.
the Vacahncy 0ortilonel wy ftd circulation rspeeing conditions at*-
resIlgrottioal of to0 emlor K h 1Houseofroandtheare McDonald St.-Cyr, a aIventille
Wooding. the City Mayor. ItSedndeq0cniiates of man, Was ordered to opay .9,0 re.
Decision to this affect was maidethat ifititUtian? preaeting fine, oats and comiith-
lot a meeting Of the Genertl 0bufi- "And sinte he House of Refuge nation, by Mr. A. J. Hamilton, in
ell, at San riud'aedo on aundad tands on lands within the City, thSeead Police Nurtt yeted
afternoon, August to. and unhygienic cohditkns thentWhen he cdiovicted him e ftesai-
Other decisions reached include Mtay affect the healthCOf theCit in and beating David Sindy.
appolntmnent of couneillor V. C. Oallr ll Hi. s worshi] irW itidence rlvdalel thit It, Cyr's
Ramaaran as ri' vlee-dre0ldent. wife, no longr datil of his care
and Hou'l'le Titmoty make a StrictInquiryinto theo Moved her clothii
member of the DOeral O i, general sanitaryeConditions there, Intoi 8tedy'hOU, m hreurcondo-
The council also supported caniinternala od ntthals with swntolel s aoe ae e
didature of Councillor V. C. Ram refence to observance of the le. fendnt became annoyed hl,
saran, Councillor E. C. Crawford wisietrY 1a*8 of hygiene in the longed Sndy to a dul. durlti
and Mrs. Bervl Crichlow at thn care of Inmates' Unable to help which Sandy was stabbed I& the
tothomn Aa Frrno un'themselves? head..
forthcoming 8an Perrildo Muma "And will HIs Worship also use
his good offices in persuading the
Director of Medical Services to
ALtBIRED REGISTRATION invite the Soqlal Welfare om011
in an effort to win employment and the Hoap'tal and Inatitutionti.
as a stevedore Victor Hindrlekwoh visiting Committee to mske an
alias Henry CliSS, altered his r6& early Stnd comprehensive visit of
lixtration card so that he mighlt inpection to the House of Refuge
dteeive the authorities who hadl with the view of seeing oonditiohI
previously refused to employ hitS for themselves?"
because of his past record .Inadequacy of the water supply
Found guilty of altering the e104 and a reqrution requirings abate-
With intent to deceive. Hendrick* ment of this nuisance as well as
son was fined. $120 or threat menetl,1 t sewering of the Belmont N.C.
-- S0hool are also on the agenda.
. . . .. . .. . ii Ill -- - . . . . .

ica Beans

. Highest Prices Paid

i. Kennedy & Co., Ltd.


1dees~fiction rcesh. $14A5

SNck Chaoin
Broocha s

Signet Rin
Ienles-.-f rom

W. -_ $10.75
_ r $ 4.25
-.. $12.65
- $13.65
~- $3 X



WedmiMay, 30th
Arguspt, 144.
PUBLIC NOTICE lIs hereby given

a pe. point win. in n
l&i a in the Islad Tr.
eed this Ifth day of Augst,
(Sd.) M. H. SHAH,

5' .,

Latest Mb$e& and MagaaOeU.
aehel Solki a ad IatINeryt,
T"yet Vroes ad Novelties.
30 Polnteo-Pierre Rosd, fas
sPrnaodo M ftlc shTOWn.e
IN TM I1i 3 ATO 0f
Ernest Auguatus
S late of WeefrLodge Estate.
i n the Ward of C(agartnas. In
the Island Of Tnidei&, 4ianter,
, deecMsd.

ALL persons having any claims
or demands against the itate of I
the aboveanated deceased re
requested to Mad prtleultu of
their claims or demands to the
undersigned at the underientoned
addree on or before the list day
of August, 1144.
J. 0. ULIkA & (00.
of Nos. lla && 1 St. Vin-
cetit street. esiutosn for
Harold mrnest abinson,
the sol executor of the last
Will of the deceased.

a ACltgA
Souse bouit of 8tooescola
8toreromn. comen
Bath, Kitch, Servants
iRe a nd Watch ROM- .
Vnv Healthy o0 d
Band Sea othing.
Petite CaUvlitaY
Ten MIUtbedbybot
island, SuItable
stock, etc.
lrPer lOSalare Awly, to
F A. F. Medeed,


Sand aonehtade towards the end of D BIMS I WI
1 W. Paulner who 1i st present | Vqees 1* C "e!?** |
oln holiday in Barbado not sx- is sjZ dJ
peted to attend the whole Oont0fer.
Bee,. but will be present at the
4e tng of the MclU sal o"'mceq. i.
Sto soa, s .Srwat nA.tts: Ns Arrtv h .o
ntB0nct lhM ft- k ~ aiw ti
i r. Bro 1ae. h n a tur. RAW MATERIALS
c to be in tuh* forP the optnlo
Sth ere whPermit th oe let of a
MeWl under the atueposs of the FRESH SUPPLY OF
A1glo-Afleofn Oaribbean aom. T ''NIDAD TYPB
Mission Restearch 0unell A.
number Of i4lPl pOe" wil l e1 W1M-teu'hfr
read Ia delegate. andIt U under. S au
Mood ft.t forest officers will hive 1S --
a conference among themselve. ,
.Delegates will colder the pro1. Ask your OGrocer for it.
bles of land tenure. oP N i0 4 A Dist'.rtly superior ArtielO..
Irormme rovides for an arams Made from tn an liah
Sover Reitford 0. TUItWe, al Formula.
ir on he "Objeoetives f ofLan
ntare Pobly." by Mr. Maraha Pri 21P- P lo 1ss. Settl
iarrIs. Senior Agricultural Boono-
I1MU urt.,u of Agriculttural E to.
I t U.S. Department of Agrit- Wholeale Prom-
culture, Watahington, D.C.; one on HENRY S. ADAM
the "-ega l aegtlround of Agrarian 42i Frederick St, Port.6f-SlMoI
eform aIn Puerto at." Vy Senor 1 ARIuItH $84*
Migu.el Guerra-MondregOn, Attor. ita Pe u&
ney fo the oftee of the Attorney- -- ......
lenerai and Puerto Rlico lAnd .....-_....-_ _
Authority;ind anong sevmel otherM .- .--
one on the "*tritsh Sytem of I c-t
pen'.Uon for unexhausted improve. E1 ,.. .
MIenta and penlUtes for dllapids- I 3 m F rat EL/MU
t00; their applicateion to the West,- ------- ----
indies," by Mr. Itlobert Johns,
Director of Agrlculture, Leeward 1. Special Communion
m lands.
The author of eachn paper wil Winl
be free ase an individual to t.'ke W.l -t il.nte I .L
any position he might wish With uR.m-thlhg n op.r"-ai'-st
the obligation that his paper &hall rrot bmuthm Aftlei-Ummited
be of high scienttfao standard. Quantity.
SIt Is understood that the meet*
itng will not take a policy position. j v Y.ar' Otd
that is, no recommehc',tion will b a 2. 1U 0 ear #O
voted upon to express the aenti SPECIAL RUM
meant of thet meeting ach popert
will be discussed with the object
of bringing out the information F Cae L et_
and point of view bearing upon the 3. A Few CssL ty-
lmues raised.
Arrsnementa ave been made S t h
to enable delegst, to tot the i- Genuine cotch

ArtSocietyToShow WHISKY I
Masterpiece Prints
C.OD. ()rders Taken-
The Trinidad Art Society will 'PuONk sa6.
hold an exhibition of prints of H
famous masterpieces from Batut- COELHO A& ONS
diay, ep:embet 2, at the RoylI
/VitorIt natitute.Th '- .
ic it-wIllbethe forerunner of (, At.
Thia wilbIh orrne t The Allies' Bar 43 Prince It.
the society's annual exhibition --
which will be held this year n n- In
|November. and at Which it is ek- W
pected the work of West Indian p I
artists asi Well as of members will A u
be exhibited. 1 ,. a lt 1
A number of prints have been I,
lent for hatngling by the British f
Council here, and Oth "t have been| lt
specially ordered by the society.
The exhibition will open on Sat-
iurt.-v_ Septemhber 2froth 4 p.m. to
o pin., and during the followilg
**a i lem 10 a.l to 1 noon ahdl
fromt 2 p.m. to e AIXn.
Zerite Show Bookingi
Open this morning
Owing to a large huMqbe of re-
quests, it has been decided to open
boo1lhge Iff this m ornine '-ed-
qelyt Da~'JYdS~l cT. *for|
pe rform asit e T e,
given by a n1119,M'l'rlntdad ab'n
dancer of ihteithAtitnal reutation,
at Victoria Instituti at 8.oo'clock
tol4l iht.
seats for 8 will be reserved and
persons alread" holding tictets e cai
net their seat numbers from David.
son &. Todd,J


ON -
AT -
8 eettBMnhe Streft
ty Incnoatc received from
Ml. M. J. IrphfallMl to il by Pub-
110 iAetam the filowint:-


FANTS aM t ContinuallUy
beini lmprovedin accord
with the latest advances
of Science. The result
a food that is as acupt-
Wbe as mother's mok
and thai ensures gtrog
hooms and sound teeth
for yow baby.

Trinidad Delegate Picked

For Land Tenure Conference

Mr a T. Faulkner, Prinlipat of the Imperial College of 'aTralalW
Agriculture, and Mr. It-L. Browk. Con.w-vator of a oruLts. are
'Irnidad's delomtea to the Lad Tturs Conference which beMU h in

V. MANHIN .(Proprietor)
e u Pm fora Bme Valuee in the toullomsti lit;-





and DANCE.



Printers, Jewellers

Stationers, Furniture

and Watceh Dealers.T


Sultan Khan

7, 7a, & Ic. cormltaT S wqloN3 N.

Tb Mim toftass-of
these pow el she Ova
ynur kinannew look! A
d 1eit197 tri.Slip
glow ... quint... '
teaJ ... bet radianter
alivel And beautifluly

Aaw dsmed--m dtfhmm
ebm.&y, m~ ,.-'
ib" em o skew hm ""NOY
I'tn~lal W Ar tak

or fimdl ry
Omb ke e, sweet Mnw Dr*Lee war
shd m No


"O^ T,-
to I

sod tcswfteum em w 0 Mmmnboels i.

; "D-DAV* !

We toke goeet pleasure in li nmMo g ithe
opening of



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y" do the thm thiag fW
yot lhiam
It-ke4 p It cloen
$-4-op It loft
S--Kop It felt'
Follow lthfltlly the dhte.
tle fir UN, and you will And
DIOEOMn CRmAM to be pr0
clou aid Ia keeping the skin
hfm frm pimpale, blackhdo
and other akin blemishee
which ml mt mtar your com.





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uatMie. UI =UAT0 ..m
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sa t '^ b~ i mase O -e *eua- YrtfbwO UM. n MU afte2uS r2 ? 4 *m.- m t i m l i i ! CA B. 8O S W n ; T sl M asee -:
.a^ 'yffW8S&23"~^ "* "g ****'*-,** --.g...,m .y...... m, %...... o . ^ 2' &- ."

OP -- w m. ,w.,.-.- Al- f s-- -.-ANTI. PAU, MARMA t5 OAL3A 20 0 e. R-a-g $ -
dos o" et .. .W -..0 ft. .053. Apply M i. s awo tl scum.,lW us
"-- P Meady 21 ve no 81 m m0. S U S Be = Ml te ,,i--
'sem l "Uy* @M M I ft don e.
^& S "See,2 A? ones,1^0^ .rcoomf' Si= m

,l .e 91- 1, an.e saw A sopr I. R- ..WAD O. .OU. M-y IS -O dibi .-fad Apl t 1.
"t -55VI5lEb MU S He tu am"u;
sreafi9"a5toro e to, N worthf E.s t.- e IOa E et Aug. Anft hL.
odd #ODOM 33. wmx NS.mA. n e raele tet-aeoa. X

!S "meet"gy yre to n w Fr..heg. M.;12.*y-rsss ;.>.. 1m --, Pem, e I --____.__-.______ pAl ,- PrSyg + 015 Pee...ea
conu k0S ertid t 103 ow 15K3DWA Y st me UED Nsne- lOOW AND CAB 4S0114a

A d."$ "m sad 6- = g loe aaO"e.." Poseyated"," et- t ,ma eaW.oe"
C ul bI. 'Potn NUR SI.-AUg. A" W AR 50 lAs' n- M Oem USWAIO eId ds; 3lp 1 SACkf 4 eles 1 a ndAp l Iy e Al M Lue
133 AI~iG Ibe aatd SPay eMmat I ty6,0 am od 7 t Meslt. ebdA m.Poe400so 4p.A g. Lmr. 3PrkIL e-AS

*5,d .,L "eqele R,3A50 0,0 Deaty Itot wil pa ths u ese i~~m t aovmermAIUARYPJN ROOMSppm .it Uum.u as AL RE LAND. maa GaOr. 2t4 aml
I J mat ... ini Btle Prk~e. al, Cllll. i~ta hno, 324.-re.e A pply tuWolloox l e Gae Withtobeare-,llApplyt 1. OFoe St-L 3A ta ga "O srda. -a l, am tec b !e
LOCALLpolo 21PK &"1245deO"Ag.2. Au.2e ime.ee. oeee Rvr aie

Sr se I seal&i Stetet. olst lbtar u 2a.2 i Mrat ir. edvanee. tht*App yote. % Stret. elr Smitten walki fro de sab. St tet-AlB. IS

.........ymtels. ete. are heeyfottP 0 t ,Wt alhe isale people lereoleWo I'uLvate osteane. PARKWAY OUR? IOSE (epe ite
EWeill be --ain obi e to e a t thr orders Write Boa 2 -133,O.. s ,le pt. i. 'ie e Park M1otel, r aleltetie. l4 ... .. DID U ,LDNo t ato PeI
"'^ e be 0mm ad SIT X fbr- t ,Amy-am" 9A.T H.E--- -- N-D OR .A ...: i .... .... a
iurAN COMhERCsIAL PRtIe TRY o iltle for the ote prodts fo thr mgh Ge UNOCCUPIEDfi PREMI RSE .Slo w PA DT -, a_ ea. e else 10... a ft. t 1
toe IIetOlM C fe pelltore l, ze Si evedoo Co., of 2 uine tT rri. of, for tedCapt.P. .6sO Utr .... .M t GENTL.M1 N. PUaRNIsmk.D eraiOnI ra.i Bwayfta
ia lo a n d work Ag"Tel phone St 6or .DGa obsr "A" g asb ltueed n cty. re.essvitoly f traderet.'Phne dO....Acocoa.5 5

Plealt etete mel O int d a~p. PfaraJado. Teehn 161.--Iept e. .AbPeromby-Rlch oanl'd trt, teem Pak URJ4JIIE ROOMiS. Blecelore pro- h'OR SALEi: 13.0001 eq. ft. Feehold lrand
15.mrcmlel P~rtst5a.- Aug.Y 2. OD'S NGINlElNI3.CAN uR2PANRROtrFet dowIward Gtl 605.feab.anduft"rUt end Wrig n Road. l anft OEof rOCompanay.StaPonn "eu*ne s11.i No. IRQeen Steet-AU 2'Phone 3O3.-Aug. 1p. COMrOtTABLT VURNISBeED Double- ______2Rnm._-_.--....k
~~r TNORPMR stil~4edo& sidell yo fur car at HenprteyouwL itpant y .threyannon.o30 to V eam eitPAtIOet. Aug. 31.IHEDfOOK b ISARSLN D, Phase nt4aug. k2%10.

na Apy oS O1 Co-1p6ny. .tSrl .11W wih boad. ppl 1 Of iSt,- trd room. ag0t01 loalty Mealsoni.s. oUg
P55,2 -ApeltaMo Im n ac AT.EN, I AMRAL U .L & R. p 5t.112o -s r | -Au- 2". AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENTSR
altp ete OS i !e Nl 0. lfon1 ,. a 11 ac* t Heereofl. be.Iste.si ll ------- t-sal, Cane C.....a.ote--Carte te
sm" W Ne. 3 3 Erl oieI El" pai rsNt o B slt tPrie._rtybo 114__"ui mit" _____ Mi s c c h lo *rT /i ca _.'.-Aug 1 '1, ly Pope. Peppetunln, Butler Nte HOUSES FOR RENT 17 I. IAR" *. S.lO. ( Il
UNTANT "bI f e-.out-Agh1 Kaleer aJlls. Cola Orange. Lemon DronsD ... .VA,.A, .for r it i aVMnoeln at. a a 'po e o ad il
crter, e d.lrtN or eulTnMR. Write Aug I. NI EW 3INKR TREADLE MACHIN:e Furntihed or U;:turniheI Rous, e l. g *2i-The man ol th yer-V. U. Roose.
Weulata* P.O.Bo gS-AUg.I. EOORIEAD'S VICTORY ADNCY Electric Touter and Egg Boler, Pyri vaerntando a< .eltent lOcallty. 'Pauen 6e. .vel t
TD. COO. 21 Cply prHinul Boul. ploon 40 .4 rAe dtrlcl k mreLt. por fisrh l y i n 1 d CmrCam e a'Phone 3fo .- -Aug. ;(. IHa--T1 ma ofa the yr-Jo.erB etale.
"W-.-Aui. 4. alralht forwrsa delsr We rent. collett A u 17 NI C .People.... .. n f...... I 1K--The lgent of the yler-Carl C.
Write Btox13 133. SPLEN D- B U ILDIN G ra.tPetit
Will OU G LA Y il t buy &Sell. ab t gtrher rdn :onrslend fore),ou.onnolerutes.I#IV Brett. av erage anth -0 be t .buy a t e 1u
fa-?ftm OIOIN ooNI PaC. f$2Dna tre.Ofr tePr poeet oSep "-2. O- M onth. Appl y Mrs. Afld N moiJW imeNo. X m es t .ate 20a 1re 7 2 h use.Ianu ta.

Apply I Gnoon handW orkin g c/n ___.________________- e WINt hEaTER ,44 C .SPIOT with am- 1 Rudin L.tOIlOmoL-SStrt.-e et. Pounth r. pa2.bAd.t,
Yl n tad elmrd me oF = '.A s27~iiit~~~ ad.-'lnui tttrtroo 56000. 20,4 *2 il~ns. enPark te- li eDCIRCLA OAjD. Sbroslompdro. me F RruALt:I.a-yt e q.lr ftn ncoehold5land
Commrcia Pr^ a -Au. Streeto------- I dow. ward. APrXMti 6, 0.;54. foal. I ow tr at amdWib aRa.. atS 9rd AVM* aiS. g

T TEP SO N OP GRATO required for JUNIOR CLEKt wIel r.cnymouwen.. af.per.-AuJ 24. Wa. nai.n"" Ineachi,, Eac.te! e ',aA'..3 a'y.f r ot'Pone d for .-0. payI
0 Ofrf Of il company. starting 'Phoneit1e1.oN. Apply Stret. -AU 24 ietione b .-.ug. 23 COInOcaALY FUdNtaEDeDouet.

. .5. of Weil .tatlmthed in In ity female. eek employment as typot, ling, EAGLD, p p -ly tore-. ....-r m ....caltan Mer o-.. 2. "
A Box 3.131, "ua ld.O- 'lr o IImOuoard oranW."- clerk. or general otdnflce work.l Will ian.eralo.-Au. 3. .0+ong. to--
SAp. beaIn at .ma sltoebel. .Wre .o.xa B 113kee. YriAd- Gurdan XAUC35 ah ARTs STREE._ VIT A._. LOUIS OILMAN -40MM-I

pL UIB 3eN rIrl MAID AND COOK. 1 .yPERT CAtd HI.ER pt ri BtiuNERY CL tIL LP IAAOdo n Atlern stA. .pyChn.... ''BAOO lenhONm tte-ll3GrO..

S Ind lodAlp, provided. Apply BoS tr girt E wAtSR kElSS Di!d R E typSwrTION ttron g Aul1. S odUUS E F Sr e-A Ig.J TOFFI O & r S WROM am CAR OuTT.
aOUmtlAUn 3.I nonkakse plr Pe .peymnt Ca ll 5 t KER N uINCBATOR od workul Orana. A OH TOBAGWO. p U Fe Es Ntate. 2er. iyo..-
SYANT R E (IE for suN GO Eta# r m B f t Teaher wNth OU ae r l F I MOTU P 'd S- -pter- R e 4 atComl te *00 e are is- frnte.
I ornllv blUtyo rnowtlaxe or( or nann or for Eoclor' O rcEuon.o A ACT1u 1V O UPi -RFCToI Ho us, FLAME LSrT. bulfiEe wIth 13V0ws
enlPA t. 2 A0.0. Du t lb 0 Ag2 7.m. burn ers. xYN et l eo a coer and itiorehe, l a r i A'J 5&Asband ".client l-PAUurtor.par I Late at
RI.. N AI.DV3*ANDCi l oOK.e XnPERT 430 F.0 FILING Cstreet. par t;lid&A dakr C amade 1 re.erPhknet__ cAee
ml~lr us, 4.straighhol~n n u t 7480- AUK deal$. IeDis h VKRY ATsRAlls.

an lod povde. Apply oage t o.~f wrttDI 20s obck d A. t. ug 2. ( r market). amBl eo- ifen. t. Wor sthn e. sc00.t.
I 1 OUN LAD, to e.un t buy ,411. .' ."""__o ----r --l for you, 'Do fusrDe.+nB l, B..tt .,. pE.--..iF N. I.S.H Lo,.u ,,mfo D4 .HT,.. agend ofth t'lC.
An : IO ii. Apply In IO omwn haond writing .o ROPRACTIC -""W'I CH ES ER .4 --A 2m w citL lottaet -Au o.2+J arsln et IAa
1z.CR UAL ROST N.W.ithLterver, 202acres.und.tat

4 Al"2T? MANOA1 G or"re o Ibe Or l between 7 p m an d t poAm cnitimon. 60 0A 0. l N ,- StreeRi ngs. P 57.tan 8 = B A ed o 8. n T ue o m ATA RO 0i a res .t ln d tom 1f
i ll Pllh to P Ro T B- R r 'Trini dd G for- I U IR ES' O wl r e n.j2.,c. 1N HiPO ITsNAS26RIC PUMPover- 400 ftM I s Ie ach E xcl u s(i lU it A ny. ya B ra r.lyf r_ d fr on tage. Pa
X ryW ee, i ct.l ti .i i. fnmat, Mk emp llomn o" tpt," IJ A Dtt Ve RYln TabL TA, DRHln o SuA e -t. o Ie ,ntt 'ion. 4013---lrt. 2. s nt hAOU R gel brulanlg. h
Bo 2.t 7 Bo Oe t".S eOuer.pt2n. la.-r. k -orfce.- r. Wiin-..u gto Jm es Cblet 3 ycl C lr BEak Al. Ban Ifnee Ir m lakt.tly m I MONTc.RRAT ft troi Takult..
Appl.in un lan (w t [ing. ,.i HIORCI~lC PMPTY+ . 'E.... DR Ua 110 unt t tsfslIl 320 ous Ola iG ARi. ad wt o's
n LA T T SK1-I ben at d rck tr.e writ t4'Ph e122a4Mm 11er ye AT 3 idd- 2. 1 b naLS C1rcu iar Road 31 I2 22 cre 0. Ner .Cep
aRt Brlly n T01rnT Te.tlbment. A.Klo Wet rndlM Chlroprac Aeociorlon+ ROPAL .A NEI LD I EI.( DRYC PUMPC 1 la ere n. R on er63 orkig -tO. u 1 r g n. 33. 'TH.R Ar at" ueck.
Inow rd ite Airl>n c klP Ientlal York), ) r dert rSo Hlre toptoitle HI. iBADg cPRIN G MATbRleS8;l T aAh-bAlel. Ch hne 4)1 -P Ot. 2 r an d r ngaow.

Lt.r Ap l 1 wlth pSe t r of r ee it fmr ly, Co l gl. In. Pho rt 1o4a. Min. Wirl tJrm. C heap.red rickk sitreet.-Auis gi m e'nT hBoRmaROsB. a eTrRnd r bendig 23t LC DAtSHOWROOM: oo O T T E.
geUntetrv. A Ip lry I .umn' e P mrk W A.t Anglo-Wet Inbdle Chiropra t lc AxOlation. MOc RI. HU STl Caeb *nd ter. i Longo Ctre ult Ap diy Y m ed iat e acres. pS3000.llll Ne.ar.i are'oa
lhON T c "r- men dolg.hu e wor o b4g.child' ShowRY E N A '"CAaKE T CR IB lDYMOS .RN SU-CALOW- a DI.--s.s s3s LarP e 2-e6toroy Brte. Pro-I
Jo I 3.5A CSHIn R-13, ..Guardia n neny. Appe yB.osept142.eile"Ga Freanl."tPE.RFECTIOg Red Wa Ned Po eAnT RA EsarCoomle 0 woer it .ry M A LTobfrontag..
Ill. DRd%.2. A..OS3.d'3GA urnew.EcltCr sud Ditren BWied: .rin- Colan e Tpo aI FI. NSrlot oiler rented ltmEndrOPerTY SPECI asT

SWI GOH OsC D y NDC OO E. CHnROPOERT--A t o r N l MattRE &hoN 647. Ag.l uu _. 'e e 3 rsed ot t
Sn w e ofree r-An cokn cetia, rk. ll FW~rdels".lat Ilieet sopi~ SIbJ.," BEDS A. SPRNGS MATESLS Cah rug.n '411 iii~~ ~ve:.a~tn.n Nowtret sitan Bunglow Agfa.... hep
Indlodrft pSr0 ovided f Aply oxf-MarywitCkolledge P on yew55. Mmestrm e ee~kSreet-Augnd2ug 23.1HOU ES RCROUBS TRE T ad 7 TreeGO. alle modeim etal ni- 1*sro
'Guand Pn.rkAWestS. oclo.Wet Indiseks ehproyra nt. C Asatll MOtR5J1T1.1as4, Ttrm.OBAuGnO.tet. Apl UbytLhandrgnc e.po s taesi n ear...... t..300
and 10a to eg'stred 'Iept. FreERik 5rOSEN .ICUATOM. 26. d.work OUSE. 4 ALPMbOkSTrNEW.-ARiver24Roa th203 uacnes.s Poety.6Prk S. 0.
TA TMA AEblue4be i btee i.an 0 .AuJ,. In o d eitkiot.eAtply AViaGatI20. New I'o arev asion, bedoo ms, water. et. ptt, A tro y Sret .. 300
With good educ yati CnIn itiaive Ca IROPODY I INECO N AL. o ePOSITInOcae.NtadAS oi br lts of Tentd mand It New Bungicalo w it Luhoil rigt$ n

I +':."'- .... ---- -m0 mL-. :_ AR-..; ,UANTITY EMPTY BAGS wIth ut hi Masarelab. Orie.na, '"rmc.! For Properties-Buylng an.d Selling.
*""Mla rtivo abilty. nowedge of fr Nik or forDoctr's ffic 'Phn trAwg 2. Pea pl o AIglilC Bt er los 42n Juan Aug -Al4 A.evr40f.a fon g.

ass notessential. thoughana d78.L, I m-Itged.--A I AS'AV EorY Street. "A Hu. 1.u POt *IVElISI of NOo. 24 and 43 O'Connor Consul .. L : ge---i T-'hom g'-. .
2 ,35 0Aplin wnWiGK NAI0 C EATNNLOUIS, Ne Jlrlt tbalL haotkey 'and eootbtll Stret. 14 Ciprlantl Bui.evard, l3 P. Ve D- IEG..... ..,-a-<.With.. s.
A TRoiNieGoorferlnc sD andrecent3 STREE. I TeRVIc KCENATRE. 2. S Edwatd Street.- lStreet. runapuna and ti Vlctoga Avenue. ap.
". T Sent. PI DiI.' 4218/4 1 BurneOt.--ASU. iL- 4A
I a.l s s p? .i. .... de,. e.- 22 GALLU STRET.-- S co-o 10,Kely SANTA. ROSA IWEEPUTA.E TICKET
29. neT m l m al PtSL 1.S"lin O B.O+, al L I -s-,oeloki t. i n .r ai -n...

+ li~et e Cluee b ing Smlepasbi l t~gF uaui. I Vnet/ m ~~l|llm .e,----- -- : + _h,. oera lelse,. ,e-tove%, .. TWO" FLAT PSES K lira Ia*rt long IN *.~
lo t~ Se ptmlnSmr I--1lvles SWsDIJI MASSAGE. eseolasl ipalr lady's ntiIn bots, I pat rid. g Roo. /hos.-._ 52-0.-ug 5.9..+. ... buckle attanhled. Reward. Return to x,.
SS~tTa~y ond Thurday tta ndTOUBES:u CRNSdt ipalolemly) vuOf godprn>. I 5l'A eshc fbeet eneral Elcwc COMFORTABLE DWEtLLpIN BOURaN. MollmBthio, /o PerDandee and Co.. 37
5o Co W S rd mpresso IN ROWN "ic rtrllrr t cone elew t or o n 3 o i t S i c Heny Stttr-A N.
ji e fr. o 20 to S p t -eto r Wrtl Ex 1 w ', Gantrdies or te Is.tDr_ JaCe Lcs DL l y l._-. oice o |Pud Into an_ y wall ockerl3Biccles CIurrriei 13/Io tt. w"'GPh o'odtel.y Own NorfTolk St t. ilurday. August 13.
Nlkrnf C wll he wtl t recelted 6 FREDERICK STRR T tesr Tranlfer Used *vniloi dress e .an o.n Claro eIght ossessio.. 1500" Kno'. "Phone WM Gold Weddin RIng lli.nltd inIldo tE.A.ir.
Av t *u.n" *t Ipreee,,t to the tion, 'PHONE: 4360. Late profs. rcord chnget rpick-up. Apply at Murray Aug iOt a Ht 17-1o-'3OT-R.L.A."; LI7ady' SIgnet Gold
6j1d rnle om thq 2lth to !lIt Auigust ild 1In Y etUNG L ADYTr O 1 the let E od gnrd frequlocy r y'-S.-lept. nI CROWN COMetRim co rbRnGa9.7 -a AUXuna4puiaL Eg C ordul. Apply Mioa Im ed a Reward o2a ered. MrsE0ung. 0PNar La.--.
.. e- TI m -Au 2. "vouri EWsence. Concentrated Colre Phiilipr No. 6 astetn Marn Rue, PelAug. tn4 . ...I
Tol a E R "rHi ,haem... ;ee.>din, PrENrvEtlvD, lbe., CItrc Acidhour., Immediate pliOeilon-ept. 2. IDEZNTIICATrOS BRACELET marked

Scissail lien RSTAURANTS AN FOODSsi te COoisS hesse AG MODRI(N.^ BUGLW 'Lesh?^ ^^'. R*Ing 731ReardAug 22
OS LTO. a , Excelen c"^ 'M ^^ T'^ ^ ondition uPr posseso. Tr n" n 653 o^-r $O. -*.ooSd.* j. McDuS *NA THOMAS
d (eit 1C55 st erld).s,-Applyto Si3gHenr a~ o mnd ake 5112 DLNRA D eoStet onsisingof e tr 'ia TH ME BR OF USA LO E

I WI T uH_ r EFEuEnCEo and coutee CERTIFIED DAIRY MILK eemved ic- b213 +.-Ned t Mmsreup'lyna6.. 'Muter etuwer6 "tiledu 2 aApweroge&rl 27 I.U.O.M.a.-........ .are onedSto t.'
cO e1 Nowold. ConlrnBntun Milk aiar. w Park SHOPKEEPERS-W bedrooms with Wiie rurawlng room ten. d special meetI on Augus. 1 1944
-0BOY S' fletial Sreet.t-Aug mnted quantity of u neon uI Sinklog, ..edri, optn gallery. ierv'Ds hunga-N at 62 fluke Strert. -.30. for the purpose
e conda:- ry- EJAT Wt,.IAM ALL)WSINs U o~t ,etolvl a43 pe r gallon SoT nd I 3rSt gae.gea ll colleneood De Lo -
L+ 00 wt4h5 ilQodayof- rai PerIt aryosCollie).P fRomedr. pr .ton. 14ih N.RaOrnd21an$-AN 3$.00o .
-_fcd L A pl y Qub e.e. tsParkh.t heAd- EA a and CO prTAI cA s '214 Cels Lo se. SIQugar Estate Ltd.. lu yt.hJ P sr eet. Appy. 14 ii ah no
between trntm rs P ohN I nd 1 0 Regimont. 'Phoe .Frederi c d -#ep tr e a.. u.. .inl. .o-po ltlc.. 40 Per ok.-d eti.t.ep32 4 B. ,. rnes SecreoTrtty.l Pa $ry.0
An N1 . NC R IBa A to i S e t R ON C O R K In. n. o gr s c. a ro S.1 LA L H OU SE corner o S eau l a aI -o ag 3r r. in P
-Augl.mrl W t t r Co r AIT. nV t2 o.(us0 peFr eerton. Apply to 74 2 enry Rmia me h l tel Suv'ea VIlis La IM .-t. M.
j'AUOB. ('lltbrt Twrd" m ~t'aol_ Vincent Street. 'Phone 5t32. Dmellciua A YOUA WALE. Ce.,.AIB P 1. 2. ut Ite |a St f da t. Noe.ee 1 d R p. OWA P-AUg .27.
O I O IH~iJnAY C LASSES. flea-k tpin lt lat arrangements for Mnthly c u lia you w lt your .... It Is h o(l 4My ..Bemotia Circular Road. PomseTklon;lr Appi'-T- C. TsB ,
r m,. c..., Ma. t iclatt.. Degree tOPerS W' m"so .a o ete, romede f.,. r-% 7or brown.n so teak O ;.'04 Pel'bam S utree B .mntkn.;t 16.43 super.PRI. DO ..

Ihltihmd iod TrM~tl-u ou-an.--&j' au .. .... u--Kt Sept.u 17 anROdD SO perEd aor tN cul oIngry art v e Aoltures a me et andi ilanr by r ltdng larnd ate 'dla o FN ew u oga k out wE or ADlk a ,t
S im la' COM .RU.AL E ASO T VDgUXHAIrlvs aAN n ,,R .cn AlttAr., Ou J. t B. D lh t y ou f e pnarlinu l ai P ho 2 rIes.u B -Ar.g Ia 0 C rn-lS et,'S, Sinadme ....PJa op-

t aPI UppNF r UlA itfllrt. Cu>.ptf--in runnnlob cond un OO N. *Phn. +tET BA Aa. M Orith A t v.a Iarj Or untls B o orU* Wl0, iOd, Ct tosl-M.Bu n d se-l, Hlng.
KUAv- s i3+y8 -Au- Pi. ... l ii O tioNd BED U aprlit Mthllrea er low Rut Fi i niaurnt B0r3 .-f. l0a y4 I dpyh.onel.ombay, ud ahleelon (votre t.-St
IIAI .O AC P AB.D 1or.r- I C VROLT COUnpoe.u wrth rumbeI L BnTttimlte d tGot.-I Aug. 6 2 rom C oiurtill-Rooevu.t l20 and y. lO No.o. 1 .or 18). Mot Up-to-d- t
l Tly 1lr (or C1narldte, comMcrhe aMIl. y aucd bn l r- ONfr D O L Sl T PieANS A u. o !r wn. d I t : 24 eenE l undt d uil tt gnIO WN. R tp. ItO OP to tBOOI r Ltty Bu-
the t Kl st A outg Blknslin -k ng use e lUotd. Tyres e We SMiO r or," PT N eon, Tuo&mIal t TryIltnd Ma ottle oly trOn. ASpPyt Ca unrrth l tsrof iaipla odianl tvo aolde w. Al to C. pr-n
i _Cn ToiOR F R A LE.parrd.R f.r te cliarat.u b g,- .r.a....e. t dTO byanSATT RING GIDaIets.tr 'P one 67 ok.A ns v emn forG. e.n.k4ta I
d Iar 01111u"t- rt.. x a A.u... .g ller Mate CluiNgA IDeDBpuelKeyp-'oSict S.dleR d.wlacpprtreety. M anan ger 2" He nr Sdme2uttiort. o s n.i
m 1OCMMA @TRCIAL TRI NIN A i 12%T. VAH AL2/ S E9DAN w 113 Eo cellentBiters t---3 52.i B. 4oleert &" Sons" lartl urs 'Pho ne- 42r 4 OrT Ig 3 e rl t.dli Srnrltor.-Aua. as.hio

r .--'.K tL .. ...... .. r uphor~ry. Very 'd tyr.* Nw ntte'. !%", ", uy *I" r"ul"TCd, as y uI ntl"y. I2 GLLO U S STAND AND .aROa o U>LD-t Tl MANAOB IWNT uAol DT IC uxET
I. Uplper Su*A-*! "he SraLetC runAnl ing*cnurllu epotoldmp syres 'nd IOO Lt. A ucg. 2 oO E CRS INVi ItTEt. 1ND, 13 (omnl VHig. on Mnul Jgod; aTle0trWee. Yatd. of-ih_ t.1 SI_ Sorl'
I 21 f .CBS-8.t ?,8.. J d i t Ot too. ICMiFmpynrrrdlg t p bl aln d ashpon *< vtued In'
a W C r-tdva.. .-- wool='....l setd R D e cnbtry ,d anod narnlt r i ON DE OUMLG 40/P .0 wAetl. C rn e i: 24cbd o unpo tl l.c onr' t Wlou el.l41 SmsAde to a v v'eryion holyoaIn;

Ig L *". nm .o "1' q.. -....+ Ifor. Box B-1M "*(iurdT+"+-Aul. *. Bd Tubl, 4g sioull diry. *Pluno. tt.- iduor tU acluoi, Churth. Poot Oattio. Mtat lbll *"raU ImoHO W J MRMAbr-rTBi .I
o rmee m -wil toalm t- a cot dWitrhdK WIT e J. 0 r orJ a. kiso, nat s tr140 etP.ci tA 00 ARobty e Preetal.'P e rtln iths tfal lan at.Aoliap...e id

^^fI' ''"'r';:' T~~^";l"'''";.r;"|lly 'p' ^* 0 x..o ,... --,- Z" .* O(>' IRI 1NIMEAD PIANO. Pert t*b CM.>elolm trt, n* t ftreunlo.--|1uorour tl vm w.^. .* t tu. o*.mm .'
a 4 e. ,T*~n|ml. N CO- ,"" ,.I,' it4.-. slept, ....e.....edby M. A R'l. +,,''m ".O-l: H ".Em II
hin Teacher l*aNe d o b I-ogiverh. for Sdn 'Pon 40 11 ... Mr p iuM s i n Raued -Au iKng -- 2Ma Pon x.. *PRo5 A A W-S W n ru o _I
t eas ? ily, "TuedyandT.- miss ay k .iT rai 0 at p ly A.r mIe Al 1 3Foaw o-- I EWUrid iriOLe e RaTug. R lBuludiI| ue 1r> (M wril->l t 8. ArBlLLI. G WR d.l bcadld ie tta hoey a.n Ca t. u Indti.
**^BSSG otlab,~l F1'J"K R^l A.." -Aug, L-X ..i~a AT TSRfb 35.i d ~ 1n atl our teaUt.A .t Oca- Eamlplin At Cs. soa

SBMI a 6 p.M AM OThrsd. a lyn TOi CUB MV1ELOT D IN MU olt? ri refi g Irat vor lond ooedlelo. Ar plc j nC W n ta ONiCRbeTro Ns OGINO th 0al 1Can aSeBtlher 1, bttwle/0itri h0Ui sat n d C ..3
HN. d u P(V. SEDANttathdidn t ol Le a r C EAR. IleniOdi del ( vigryow. U" POt.b VFcR SALE A. H. 1sm.<.- repretor- A0 23 .
Whldy!utpfmore73r0, Very6P.TO treo, r eceNew ive NA". %',2 l. ny sinI r srewh l y qecanluatt. L OF Cledn AinD R LoaRGE ith D- MA;.ENAGML"T oNfls N Laun

' .+MO ee'. e'_'-.... .... . ~iAbll ecsrlss spoPt-lam Fuckrend Porn al asuat S~ucre.~t Ino.l CaStre Street. 1MG. 23 Goootn VIllae: (000. nMainl at lod;T atre. Poetto-pes y wlzzJIeh ~ere t Infor
ml.sal- ive,. .Entrier s odr en lthe h S olsmi. Ct u trDiyb 4 Ote:y lug.ed int oBAY w 0r .L a l tt tlaCo.r h r ,el ,X with .r (otdg a th. e Ab. dotnt Ic thf t eSlS .tmelt evu prohAug 13e
= WR g ci lasSe wilbO e reom anod o 44 oa U GS RdEE n.e -ATuig a us.dve Southe Quay 'Pon e CaR 40.-gh prt School. Chua rc Post Oi, N. h *bnt "T.* SONG OFanel a -rIT

e esorio )lLatees e n mp r n TRUCK MO WTcR CCRc M EgrtCHANhCAI.TI i2r., 4O0. cg--0 Aup. Alypdl.ury. g. satn S- ,ol eptm beword I 1 a I port nWmd t e. af
sa frm tudeton Inoat msfshn ,e IS gON E:43 n py $ J LkeO.yNstSignhtGloltrd, t eran -tlat l ord 1 t vo ma t thebo- e-.
t SALE ONaE e o31spt MO. ?tO AReSMMOauM on Al d io r ita l l s. ""24 l homg --eNWt. 'hnOu Slaatltt mnotl f tor thi el P rat i teono Ig m turL

I __i Te'l'eph"o.ne WHU"LS .. fo 600- 2r0t tiei. eo.dltldu a S eVpt O 3. tAMi PRPERoTY PRoP.9T2 o. tl"t.-Au. 7.I
fife qw A.ens P snsth l andS-a- d fcar n y Ao$u"t oI0e t waDObUNO DS. ARC bsiR t O tblnit Ml l-tT u tRa edA u. 1Drado.vm Apwly 'iaRb y e SwaroIad v ege. o NOTio'P g w i

A AIIV.Aac-COcHr d- r rdrU- OLW OuL D DeLR O R PXcaAN. ac tar u. nalU O rltu re Rt O nar g Odl ed as- -AUth E e4 mI B "te l n
G#V v," t V30 m -Aug 2 vourtanEssence,1concetratedtolones 40Mr..u

NOW FOR THE 11t i hS tmn ey I,-p Vrl"e.,- ines;'.e -- teet4. oug p-da 4425 5OOmeI. 2."r-. .DEN"FI A ..R 1tom=cte

I ".+ de. up. So. I0 COI.I..y NtG;IN. |Jers Septmber_ betwem thouf hours of 9 |a..
! ayin at 1Oxor Cmmril Ic |,ban yR --AURA NTS A DFcOODS6.N suirothrsp-- Srpo. Cotc.I.N4W'3LNRwE +R It -O W2ael3o i 7t 3..wr d.Auga ;2.
Managi Noodled perA cnt success It CMr OLE 03 lUo M to. otAheryItem, 3Henry. good e oetlor. app 5 Aly re dow. i t.e incent o s tret.o w eie-an d 5 p.m. y S o 1 nm

-A. t.OA a ni nTU e1be.C Rnr 10N.fo rl sewngcM ehllndl S1 5.r0t, m.oute. NM ury, ir aeu,.. .re r2l5 Codi to bnvt thetr tlyrM aod tuneo dora Ogvlroeoeap, oictre Ietve produd..... .
! %M .ign o rtac .opre rEnC lue s TCuER CYFC IornM. IKseAnM d tC.Ym. Yrtd nu lo.0. td na .autn uod rup tr Ur cil_. 1 Ta UMy tIuvtry. Ao ImO rTaS toU In o
M Batlstnll. t cdoirnrote l natk.- ect.UI yRae gd BaM r anly. il na. plr. 14 1 STy rilmINt .eI e cn se d u t p l yrPEPMSoES omt w a-A ue. vatha alt ItiN. 2- 7A _M e er t. h arepSum 5?
rKR .-xD So$,**RStret-Aug 36 ImtoBl quntt ofll Pruncheo muml 4 In rom ,L apnd galery. servan t's. tend special meetinga anAuus,2 14
bStA Ta, diyEnlsCtmt ATeWattL'neBeMoetALLWsNHg. 0122. Srniot.-Sept. 570 e r 1 Be. Nin yardM S. garoeehRa. bApa. aolt 6 u ke a S~trbe o bt. d. In.Por t-erofscala
1.0WL I. S fudacepl B ot. 'N LYOr A. ho okng______ l il a llScott. 3 S ftht. o.uni f terstabiheng eapgraftleo i muts

pa + M mUHaX sI B Rub Pjc t I O W M l .TRo 1MS And C R MODKT I A .ORt8. F eA|tL oV.t uttuar 9), C wULlt: Pttd Tyr [ Ium eo- P puelrso t o l, >Mo Iuvi cntefromPDr.l. i t .I .' "- .... ... .1t0at I
*MWaC. Wmretn Pal BnSel rf re e MM b B lm y o'Phonet Appl 2.Set9y MnI- r alobs titt. reet.nb1.eOhrwton AvI yuen. U Um li|LItt 6 B i. L ^e Ar!ary
swings 2 0altr&l. TAlS, 0.ithnt JUt. -AUg M.n l dl MonAt.-tr. CEMND .RKSt. IS JOMty. 40 PA ooyl"rnd Ca rtontM.-kter.e. ull B .vRa ..ai naHl.E A pp lnerofi
SAN~~~~~ian NARAN. M CLASSESk MetI. LAta TRPCN RrAdnRANT 33 111 9- heti(e Real Barain SITRNS- -Xr Joepin Gitad teiks

I m Ai- '1 111rVty oPe(-W L irult tD L OoC101. Iifrlltc no w a a aifLnt atyu dra Udhm to f-H- uAuar-.
tot' nir ..... e. nmU cr qal ga odto 1c. 34. .et.. .d..oa,. les. P1R3|~ IRVING' STe ET. Sabu Ps e sab de, t HAVNO. thehlI6 tlau ndryOU
a-g Tetc 125w hrltt St ret.-U IComme M1RE STREdT thel Of a NO 1 Apl Q. l of V1 Old j. eprg

Kp I StreLn. HSa I,6.d. Di ne4r1.Toi-Ag. I S,'-1ex -Ael. e. 'tP.rouc. AaIpply iodhmx. knpem isesA- CU tOAl, A HARE.
I 1a S pe 0 pl I ,gct Aa. arangeANoDmaentg. O.A. 10 -- wthu s*f .. fr. r aeu the mothsR. p. leas sl
i ~ lo .... 64 I+PnitJm l..u ; L*-..m.w iSt ret, IIIII;in;, 14,431< super.- _J,. d.he ,nl m

m \-Ss3- A mOER r- i | '~~ rp., ....l IFw Au ImnOPKR.t~l,.. N . Tm -ia."d pi.. to. M'ul iuw CatoM. l'H-.ox
0.I3 COmr al E MU 'PIE IC bleo p s NOIC E T-u iw st "lx T.iLarg i.bIt DJ.l wrii fo b. owafterthat tk cte th w lt beT tge tO -
t -C O u Sd P e l t M r ik ing tthi ysu teira tyfte and t u r Ronveitenvst u. aw, l l Ug FA. 2 pAUNDRY,

l^^i It '" ' ,re-.-,l,-. I m ,G. A.e t+m D OL l K>U C M< Au .^*.-fc, w..+- MUM.. t.y -AlM
IDn I#-DirI m. s Ka lee nSeet 1Stre.
ZSI DNb-CAtai 16 R Aederle oSree ATO-MuOh eTIV~mEdlaely Sclar.f m yoturi I 5 onrt isk.ete lss obtainy-e14211t jiur302.-Ang. 210.1ms so t

Acutn 25 | mnbl o lI elagc throfmh thI ciieg SM L Lad Im d LRGetI PLOR".N.,Ri. INOWEO PENR BOLmMa F e i tCet Inl
th* ige Acoutig Rokieton- s I*H~ ~ i economcl two o. Try Ovbattle Rt my irct ft. Clairw il4 loBd ofN utland; than Fulm fTa A pyt C.. Sisson.~dh

I p ritins W I MOD. '" OR i'rt al atro e OVat -il CouiSd on lwtal MP er No. Apply Cbl i l alm alo vept p uat ep y M nage trlU le y Ao f trm. Lo-n Spi.
W. MTt P DR SiA A pprlyMaaheryoe ,mn. o eculats aill, 'PhMta n sUs.- -e--AMtlI a sl e a dl Roa IM o utov LIeas wo,
1. I B uanS -iAc. 11 Goo lr. phorsa -AUX. 26.O N VITE for rtris a , aoi u Roll
21 83;8,i iii'iiii **. i i" i~ l -AIug. in. nback of aI $ SeUM -Sep RE s in Mt.res x Jlow tyFth l0i0P sbrHMIu t yardL N -ts-Bowa *l. F
IAN CHOLS PSSE 190-- MS HEVRLETCOUE wih rmbleH. Brget. 6 BQu en XPtE RT.-Ag.26. Ifrom hurtil-oL W 0Mo USel igr Et. i"N. I Fiag ln m hebtsfo193. of ethe pabov dae s e
3"Uilau Dereexxisinalarl it-Condtioed. Tyro god. Bat ote o ir e M Parinso Tu65 ri Esk te r eet-Main g O s beAplyIaRu o ble r0lts 0 lStreet. 11 d mn ters t oare follow, Adin satm iare pr
polumd Dtroo eachrs plced un: xchalt* or olen, tonslijol,.-r. C.Road-AUS 23.at".oSepthes.rOS claimsed orMr.A.mRaRdeO te
in jobs.a. GottnA Uit LSPACoriEDaMa-ng-Road, DiegoI Mar2uA. aboutt133L993At ourg Head ini o. 6 Santille Streo.. honor.
soSstee 1%o t.-Aug. 26 Building, AplyBnox.ahym.ndSI A RPt ie")
I" ADOcNDaseTIC"$3..ep.T.H fE ..oftle treet Dio Luxe
-MOD~t" M ID Ph~ltdry. Vry good yresdNwabaoter lwsl"a2 x Aud&Y sinePequTredany Suatity. a.d Or Ykt. ANr AMaEte CDh MAtheSMsolN
AiR SC OO m Al socanrlar po-I~p jckandcen' .RadsIo, DyesNam AChro ttt epStamIrL. PeU 3 Mannin Avenue. S t. an Man Red: TAng. eesed. inform
b"It-Spt I, ltese O tol. opOllinurleIn A 'eug. oela24nlin2atetr Lallsteof Lepald wt o ur tased, 3.a..thlepu lc thsat ..ape" Rarsalu nts av
me y ualfid nglsh offr eaU-1A Oilrig. Au. 7. usTuend a 9e Rein ua. S Pmin s,44s go o coo.ChrePstt. avtlabe; i betlu,*'londa$0n40 Olaive thaDt T i
a Quay-Sept. 2. ON% BR StUf.I.. PgAN. 'We .-. JIB.-. so s dr~ect.a go R slam 7' topordert toPavod0 r ushNA t la k*Nae. ht-ote.
tini oeafaiP!FR BLZ N E OO C R e 14when arlotte totiag'Phone3.Apug y n.. alpl .aim fw UhS. n M oftepitr
aWAs FSeptember 4. Telephone WthtdM T3PULI3 1SiCL 'S w, 51
origkL I naL 3. mate Ov-Stve Re- j7 aNo.921LtAND lautETS Wllte. boldt o det & BacklY5 o gs withe lul bee

as ar. Aply LAsart Ba Frsatsf!_ t11 11 eHO t-P eR TUAnd Seing Mclu ing ferApply Chee Mto a. Archa ld,43 anie. d a tbte o # JkUrInete by Alph e $Lag Wee
37. C i SeLL tURL desn adles.G&e-h e to ab trehet.-Ass t$1 .Vinc-Aug.tree. W ~SU HiuMs 4211 fo
N a ".CeisHISII VI D'LX2 Mo-r Ohe I ems.tve, lryu04 odtione. AplhEWeea*T11 GIN Sera ted br etento*ThoE s o 0am

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-A w*U Nor IBU1 l~lNf (<>*-,frlu* u> * VnMt elt> Awft'f ;911OAL. NOTIC9 -----~1
A HimWW tWEIW, m >Consalt mocs Or A04atrfuVOe Wleble Rtery"wtth asedoro --kt-ry,
Iv<: a.. *waw e a to Sen sos. 21 t.Mbacn street. -P Ex"lusiveBet etU Ktof jst Neverg. TaiS 1I TO NOT2r? the pIIg M
E NS .a. .-dt~3.'. hlaeka. n ury, Rum a ndGrooery, t h"ormy wif.e Dora Ra. ga u wd s.c nte a lss
-"'^r^E.^ "ll rf*X --- ----- --------- ----with low tbillAJO Vlw~af 0 r~l n iS
'IND 4. NA DIO M MFMUeRATO R OW SAL t Ga 10 1T to g byr.' debtswa
d" IS42 flEPE4 Cl fO OT GENERALMat1 6 eaOTVT h ITO rtg Age If CAeLTeO, byer
I410MSt C FRIDOE. Pertftt cosm-Alon, 5213. S7 3. -. 4CSO
1Sau0. PeAnto-il-Pierro. t f ed McAtBNN TERRAC es two TH PULLIC I thereby "M
-Aug 3 411114111-POO-aselo. DO PUoursbuso See- ao not respaonible frotane&VebtOr
TOL5s% cube feet. enew-vsa, a 0.02 ukestreet. babss 364 .- Contractedbymy TWil.Olba
0 itO s M Msa ue Irect Cur- A lSo. she ahaIngIM SY hmeeaOlson Alesuet I&
n?'e. Sp J.. iolpho m ine E PRICB 1 1 b -ULT StPthat v olss-. 1 %4.
able cone props RY A vsitaN a &Aissue 61611001 A DOS..U &
& O 0" 1 3 UCN O O L-0 0 0 1 a td 3 4 A a d St r e et EO O tb e b r i t t e s 1 4 .
t a_ Bkl.ky.dM/ 0 *#Or* must 110 losti t&awlm TEE PUBLICIs y **"bc0thadtSam
23f. f Srtons A A&china. s ol, ieltopta, Ti 12 7 *I via.S IR as lc rseaabeOet 7ywet.
to 'as east Street, Port o~Pt 4=:A~ 2. Ehs Symit plhea Ilrass
Nobel. To.or'1000 a m565. 3 TEIRD STRE -iA1'A.RIA. twoe for many debt f satdebto natese fte by SI.
Iota, empty lot at SW toe buelneeo; tsg3aa s;
*e '7.~ i4&N.C.1 0 R DIG (1). 'Talks.- ee132 Rabertas tree ~t, e rOlhelL IegeRALPN SgVM& eUIm
S~g~end-4et~h. R~idOO& Phsss 3113-Aug. 2W -44Asa23.
bbAh^4 Oftnuk" led 4aelpmbaeg bp1w us hefud Vrefthg vs",ua, touft bfsme

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em *set o 9 Ieblot Set debt f ewb1t.
eteated bI my wile, Ada syWas- ebe
havig left my hmen*Apriel 1&5.1,44.

CUTTER or tMrt time work t(Tiler-
lg'. Apply Dm B, c;6 Guardian.-
Aug. 55
1XPERIZNCAD RfEs with good e o-
frene. Applg 21 Alexander it.-AUg. 13
Sre work. Mmt be good at fglure with a
knowledge of Book-keeping and Pywrl-
lg. Apply in own handwrittng taking ax-
paent.e to William H. cott Ltd.. Provi-
sion Dept., P.O. Box 151.-Aug. 25
REQUIRED-Rnlablo Laundret. Oeod
wages. Apply by 'Phonee 589.-Aug. 29
LADY'S BICYCLE, perte eonllitloa.
33 Edward St.-fpt.A
Las RTY Founta n Pot Wholesal
only. N a. .mbp a & S11I W 3 *mnt.
-Sept. 22 `411 al
shades; Boys' Shoes; 11W6,6s;
Veneauelan Alpargtase. y toa only.
N, S. Sabga & Bons, I 4 4 Stteet.-
LAWN MOWER. ,Phone 64.-Aui.s
oomplet with accessorlels; powered by 50
H.P. Blackstonse Diesel Engine. 'onljy
years old. Apply Dearlse Ltd.--Aug 21
lb. Including bag. (Bags about 110 lotbs.)
I Charlotte St.,. 'Phone 4364.-Aug. 23
ONE new. attractive S-bedroom BUN-
GALOW at Perigord Sireet, off LonI Cir.
cular Road, Maryval. Ask Boyd & Hiutch.
Inson Ltd., 23 Chacon Street, Plmone
4013.-SePt. 5
WRITTEN OFFERS invited, premises 31
O'Connor St. No Agents. Inspection dally
mornings only.-Aug. 29
FREEHOLD-Dwelling house on four
lots land. Picton Street, Ian Juan. Apply
1.mainet. Warden's Office, san Juan.-
Aug. M
MOTOR-CYCLE, good condition, new
lyres and tubes. Apply Eaplnet, Watrden'
Office, San Juan. -Aug. 29
BABY FORD SEDAN: late model; beet
offer. 33 Edward St.--Sept. ,
PLYMOUTH. Excellent tyri and motor
-Bargain price. Call U.S. Navy 478.-
Aug. 25
DWELLING HOUSE on % inro. WIlconO
Street. St. Algustin*. All conveniences
under one root. PossessiMon. AIo Shot
gull|-12 bore. Ablack, Wilson Street.-
Sept. 5
Lane. 'Phone 7343 or 6404.-Sopt. 6
Good half-bred M1ITLCH OOAT. 2,% year
old. Will accept $40-For quick sat, lies,
2nd mie-polst, Saddle Road, San Juan.-
Aug. 29
NO. 9, LA IVA AVENUE, Maraval.
Fuly I"to Band everl-o InS..
street. 'Phones 72 or M5 .--04.
WANTED oIn Purchase-two to fou lots
of liad within 1 mile radius of Prince
Town Shopping Centre. Reply *"OuairdIn"
Box No. 140.-Anug. 25
A PIANO Is badly needed by the aM
of th R.A.F., Trinidad. for us, In the
Airmen's Canteen. Anyone knowlng oft
ouiid. cheap piano would assit b smS-
munlcatln% with the Adjutant, i.A,r..
Piarco.- Aug. 29 _


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hile into yor bowels daily Ifth llll not
flowing freely, four ood domet diget. It ist
decays in th bowels. WGy bloat w
stomach You get Conetipated Your whole
sytem is posnood and you w esw. sink-
ud the world lool pnk
A meare bowel movement doem't pet at ls
caume. It taLe thorn fuamn Cur'. Litt, i
Liver Piusto let Ith etwo plo t olbile fim..
ins freely andmke you feel "u d u'. '
Himleeii. gentle, yet amsazingsm klnl bil,
flow freely. Look for the name raLittle
iver lo 2 theredpckeel .ow.
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PmMr. VKol WhUte. mote ar of Arnoti
&. W, ll0 at 4.M p1-. 1to11 troml above lBtitutleon
f t asover Meth"dSt Churct. tUpene to
LApsyro- Cmsatty. ar ercd a a l aked
to aept this tlntllatlon. M bi O fn o
LIay el rat.t. A.O... plaes N .
P FAUTINI.-The rfmstln family deile
I tk medium to tank thoe who
* Itte f l fusnraJ, m.nt wreths. and
In any other way ympalthled with them
in their reset bereavement.
4J01PH.--A Requiem Mass for the
deprted soul of Amella Joeeph., lto wife
of aca Joseph, will be gIven at the at.
3Joph R.C. Church, St. Joseph. on rl-
day. August 25, St 7.30 am. Relatives
a hiads are Invited.
MARQUEZ.- -a loving memory of our
beloved (Ma Ein) Julia Adelalde Marques,
who departed lhis litfe on August 23rd.,
One year has passed ielne that ead day;
Gone but not forgotten.
-Her lovIng children and *randchlldren
McCONNIS.-Irls Eleenia. who died 23rd
Auguit 1142.
ILOving and kind In all her ways,
Upright and lust to the end of her days,
nticere and true In heart and mind,
Woat a beautiful memory bshe leaves be-
-Hor ilovni Iaharsb d mnd children
5001ION.-In Iovbhg memory of Marie
Eilne, our dear beloved sister, who died
on August 23rd, 1943.
-Her lalster, brethar A alect
DUMONT.-In loving memory of my be-
loved wite, Molly Dumont. who departed
thIs lifet on the 228d August, 1942.
A loving wife so gentlea and kind,
What a wiondortul memory she left behind.
Long day. long nights he bore her pain.
To walt for cure but It was all n vain.
Till God himself knw, what weea betl,
A0d took her home wlih mim to reh
-Hir lOvin hubanld. child, mother,
Father, istelr and brothers


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