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1hl. TRIBUNE plenipotentiaries fail to reach an Agreement. "This subject is in course of receiving the attention of the powers but 1 cannot make any public statement as to their views or decisions except such as may be made by common consent." Turkey succeeded today in arranging a short loan in London. Secrecy regarding the terms is maintained. London, 8.—A Sofia dispatch gives reports from Adrianople sayingthe rations in the invested towns hare been reduced to one fourth. Lighty thousand persons are sick without medical aid. Washington, 8.—Control of the senaie after March 4this apparently in the hands of the Democrats by a margin of only two votes, counting the Republican and progressives together as a single force Astorea,Oregon, 8— The oil tank steamer Rosecrans, from Montorey California, for Portland, ran aground early tochjy while crossing into the Columbia River during a gale, and later sank with thirty one members of her crew of 35. Los Angeles,California,8—From San Bernardino to Los Angeles every acre of oranges and lemon-, has been frozen. Only a fifth of the crop may be saved, it was asserted. If this be true, the total loss will amount close to $40,000000. The weather moderated considerably today but the mercury began to drop at sundown and it was expected that by midnight rhe fruit growers would be in the midst of the final "Killing frost" of the present cold snap. Washington, 9.—Thirty degrees below zero at Niles City Montana this morning formed the climax of the cold thiough the West extending Southeastward to the Gulf States, Southern California is experiencnig the coldest weather in forty years. Washington, 8.—The money trust committee in executive session tonight made plans for dealing with two reluctant wit nesses, Wm. Rockefeller and George G. Henry. Chairman Pujo announced that the committee decided to procure the services of a competent specialist in throat diseases to examine Mr.Rockefeller In case of Mr. Henry, the committee approved forms to be submitted 10 the full committee, charging him with contempt. A Race is no better than its women. ROYAL Grand Feature Show Friday Jan lOth. Huylers Orchestra A Great 2 Reel Feature entitled THE SECRET OF A LAMA CONVENT or Dr Nicolas' trip to the FORBIDDEN CITY of Thibet. A rare chance for Ioveis of a high class and grand educational feature 3. WHAT IS THE WORLD WITH0U1 YOU, Sung by Prof. Von. Ros. 4. PRESS! D ROSES, K'"l ' the leading part of this world re nownd O nedy. Roars of Laughter 5. BEAU BRUMMEL 1 %  great new Vaudeville hit "II IK ONE MAX BAND 6. 1'HE GOLD DIGGER, A thrilling \\ • stern Drama. 7. KEEP IT UP, Great comic hit by Prof. Von Ros IMPERIAL, Grand Programme. Friday Night. 4 Reels of best Pictures like those shown in New York PROF. RODGERS In Comic Songs and Monolog, PROF. ROYS In Slight of hand and his Special Ventriloquist Performance Be Special and see this GREAT SHOW AT NASSAU'S ONLY THEATRE6d, 9(1. is. Coming soon PROFESSIONAL COMEDIAN. From New York. H atch for Announcement. For Sale or Rent. Here They are A gain. 4 ONLY of tlase'Extra Lame Willow Rockers a!t 18s,, Law Enamel Dish Tans 2-. sice ;it is fid. Tin Dish Pans Cd. and qd each. Enamel Chambers is. 6d„ E arnel Pota oil. and is., Enamel \\ asins Sid, to 2s. t Coffee Pots is, Tea Kittles is. 6d., Deep Pans 3d, Enamel Pans 4d., Round Pans 2d. and 3d., Pretty Necklaces 3d. and 6d A few Pounds Fresh Ma:sh mallows is. lb. PURCHASED AT AUCTION. Remember r i nv.nnoc.uni nuv. 1 IW.N. rs t'llltilll uer ^•Sorted Colors Feather Edge I la., Collar Supporters i|d. card„LTf you are thinking of building Neck Cord Trimming i|d yd., An L g In use, that we will sell for tl kinds Kut tons, Hooks and Eyes ij<| TKexl week a lair grade of No T HOSE desirable premises at Nicolls Towr,, Andros [aland. Suitable for Outfitting01 the purchase of Sponge. For particulars apply to PHILIP A. TRECO. N. CHAMPAGNE CATERER T S now ready to cater for Private |l Dinners and Luncheons. Prices Reasonable. Satisfaction Guaranteed AJdr.ssIL E. M.JOHNSON, Cheapside Grocery." Phone %  ;} and 233. k card, White and Brack Caledonia Lining 3d. yd, Cheese Cloth or coarse Krown Cotton ijd. yd.. 25 Wide Rim Mem Hats at i\, Mene F.xtr.i good Whit.' M IHI ColcLSIir-rts, is. Gd, l.nrge Grey .md t ream Sweaters and Singlets is.jd., Ladies Singlets 6d. DONT FORGET. We always keep Fresh' Yea i Cakes on hand 3 for I cent. KNICK KNACK STORE. Southern Lor.King and Market Sts Siding and half a the 1 inch Floor 11 %  *, celling ;it Bs. 4 d. P 1 100 Feet. SPOT.CASH Y'uiwill not have a chance like this !• time to come as the Mill ml I I < %  starting up on the 15th and 11 m then on we will be carry* ins oui usual stock ol No 1 grade of lumber "I a 11 lit NOW ITHE TIME TO PLY. We desire to thank" you for your kind patronage ing 1012 and to wish oui customers, one and all, the > t ol goo l things for 1013. We can assure you that as we have tried to 1 j please \< u in the past, so Wi will WILLIAMS' BAHAMIAN SHOE <|nm 'he ftitureand sincerely nope Notice of Removal. STORE. T HE business known as William's Bahamian Hhoa More 313 Bay St. under the offices ol Messrs K. H. Sawyer 1^ Co. is being removed to those more commodious premises a few doors below its present occupation and lately purchased by L. VV. I. McPh rs n Esq.. at 277, 279 May M. under the new name of, WILLIAMS' WHOLES \i E WH RE 1 AIL SHOE l.s I ABLISHMENT. The store i^ filled up with all the modem improvements of an I up-to-date Shoe Store on a large! icule and the business will be < onducted with very much more faci lity and convenience to patrons es peciallv than heretofore. A large supply of TRAVELLING TRUNKS, HAGS, DRESS SUIT I CASES, VALISES AND SATi l 'Hf. LS will sti'l be kept on hand, as a side line. The Wholesale I)partmant is an addition to the business in the new location and distributers or small dealers in the line will do well to visit this Department and question prices before placing their orders abroad or purchasing elsewhere. Tins LP.I'O: DATE SHOE STORE will be opened for inspection to the public at any time af ler the 1st Jany. 1913, and for business on about 15th inst with a Band ol Music in attendance in the aftern ion and evening of that date. WILLIAMS' for a share of voui custom. Till BAHAMAS TIMBER 1 OMPANY, LIMITED, \ l 'li R B. SU'I roN No, 10 East Sheet. Mai ''*u Clifton Hotel. Nassau, N. P. Bahamas. Openfor the Season. November, roia. With a I Modern Improvements Rates .S2.50 and upwards. IV.si of EDWARD Sen 11, .-C. SAL N DrTRS, Manager.



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CD .P *3 or CD r+ (Ii K rr O CD 0) THE TRIBUN J^uU-iUa addicttta jurare in verba 3ytagistri BRING SOUND TO SWEAR TO THB DOG4AS OP NO MASTER. VOL X Nasrau N. P., Bahamas Friday January 10, 191Z No. 31 [.EON I 'I iX'I'IC ,. %  I I >k SJil I'K • %  ml f ii R 0PPIC8 p 41 KAKKKT STRHBT in X P., BAHAMA*. • %  BOJ It PUBLISHED DAILY. M HI i i.. \riiip M iay ami Friday— "' f l<'Tlie-.|.l\ Satin, i.n -ni'-'l'' %  •'•\'\ id Vtkl> ,,i Inn ... ..i.4d "" lv 4. tlallV-.rl, Ba, featiy ... ... ih>. PAYABI I IN ADVANCE. ilm, Cole, E. V. Solomon, L Advertising Rates Six pence pei line fin %  e pel line for Imr fin iub ; n insarti m Adverti emanti uodei eight Inns 4s. W. Young, Mbury, Johnson, A K. 'linn, I. Culmer, Id ice, Curry, On motion ol Mr. Malcolm the Address to the Right linn, the Sec retary of the State for the Colonies re the designation of the Colony was unanimously agreed to, On Motion ol Mr. Malcolm, Resolved Hi a a message be sent to His Excellency the ' Preferred ton Sebuns" 1 1 < i'. ed tlie following cable ill-patch — "Dupuch Tribune, Nassau Bahamas" PujoMoney Trust Com mil I %  decidi s, \\ illia 1 Rockefi llei must return United States for ne Dpi rtment from I lie I rovernoi in Council to some other authority, he referred to a Select Commit)) e. Mr. Sand* moved as an amendment th.il the consideration of the question he postponed this day Inn weeks, whereupon the House divided. Yeas,—Addcrley, Bowen, Dr. Johnson, Gamblin, J. W. Culmer, Sands, Nay*—Curry, Brice, 1. Culmer, A. K. Solomon, vV. C. It. Johnson, Albury, I,. W. Young, E V. Solomon, Cole, Malcolm, (Weech. Resolved that-thesaid question he referred to a Select Committee, The question accordingly referred to the same committee as the questio ol Electric Light. Mr. Malcolm motioned to consi del the desirability of improving the appearance of the Forts in New Providence. Referred to a S Ii' t Committee. Messrs. Malcolm, Curry, Dr. Com in it tees accordingly, Mr. Malcolm motioned that the petition of certain inhabitants of Port Wock Sound praying foi a grant to establish a library be re I to a "select Committee. Ordered that the petition be referred to the Select Committee on a similar petition from Hope Town Abaco. Mr. Sands obtained leave to introduce A Bill to amend the Pensions Act 1909 which was read a first time and ordered to be print ed. Mr. Sands moved that the Milk to consolidate and amend the law relating to the encouragement of manufactories, and the building of hotels be lead 1 second time. Mr. Albury moved as Sfl tinendment that it be referred to a select Committee. On being put the motion was carried and the bill referred to the following Select Committee Messrs Albury, Cede, Sands, Gamblin, Young, Mr. Sands moved that the Bill to provide for the maintenance ol lighthouses be read a second tin Mr. W, C. M. Johnson moved as an amen Imam that tie Mill be read tinday six months. On !>•'ing put the amendment was carried On motion of Mr. Malcolm the following resolution was agreed to. Resolved, that there shall be a Standing Committee to be designated "The Commitieeof Public Accounts foi the examination of tie' accounts showing the appropriation of the sums granted by the Legislature to meet the public expenditure of the Colony, to consist of five members, who shall be nominated at the commencement of every session and of whom 3 shall be a quorum. The House adjourned to Tuesday next at half past seven. CABLEGRAM^. January 10th 1913. London, 8.—Sir Edward Grey, the Secretary for Foreign Affairs, made this statement in the house of commons today regarding the possibility of intervention by thepovvhould the Tutko-Malkan peace


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THE
TRIBUN
J^uU-iUa addicttta jurare in verba 3ytagistri
BRING SOUND TO SWEAR TO THB DOG4AS OP NO MASTER.
VOLX
Nasrau N. P., Bahamas Friday January 10, 191Z
No. 31
[.EON I
'I iX'I'IC ,.
I I >k SJil
I'k ml f ii R
0PPIC8 p 41 KAKKKT STRHBT
in X P., Bahama*.
. Boj It
. PUBLISHED DAILY.
M hi i i.. \riiipMiay ami Friday
"' f l<'-
Tlie-.|.l\ Satin,i.n
-ni'-'l'' '\'\ ....... id
Vtkl> ..... ,,i
Inn ... ..i.4d
"" lv ...... 4.
tlallV-.rl, ..... Ba,
featiy ... ... ih>.
PAYABI I IN ADVANCE.
ilm, Cole, E. V. Solomon, L
Advertising Rates Six pence pei line
fin e pel line
for
Imr fin iub ; n insarti m
Adverti emanti uodei eight Inns 4s.
W. Young, Mbury, Johnson, A K.
'linn, I. Culmer, Id ice, Curry,
On motion ol Mr. Malcolm the
Address to the Right linn, the Sec
retary of the State for the Colonies
re the designation of the Colony
was unanimously agreed to,
On Motion ol Mr. Malcolm, Re-
solved Hi a a message be sent to
His Excellency the pectfully roqiii stin^ that a ropy of
the said addtess be transmitted to
His Majesty's Principal Secretary
ol State I01 the ( ol nes.
Messrs Weech, Culmer, Curry
and A. K. Solomon a Committee
accordingly.
Questions asked by Mr. Malcolm
were answered.
Mr. Malcolm moved that tlieQues
tions mil \nswers he printed,
Mr Malcolm mmimicd that the
Johnson, Sweeting, and Moore,a
William Rockefeller, now at
the Hotel Colonial is a reluctant Quetd n To consider the deairabiL
vitnesa before the Pujo Money! 'ty of transferring the controlI of the
Trust Committee referred to in f Electric Light Department from
today's cables. the Governor in Council to some
Y, afternoon the "Tri- ",her :ni,ll"r">' Preferred ton Se-
buns" 1 1 < i'. ed tlie following
cable ill-patch
"Dupuch
Tribune, Nassau Bahamas"
PujoMoney Trust Com mil I
decidi s, \\ illia 1 Rockefi llei
must return United States for
detei mi wheth tr bf e* used
from testifying, if unretums mi
mediately, will arrest fur 1
njit when do< ,1
cable what in propose t" do."
TIMES
\Y M ince "nirnm
with Mr. Rockefeller and sought
an interview which he declined,
bu informed us that he would
return b) todays boat.
We milled the "Times" this
morning as follows,
"Will return, leaves hero this
evening via Miami"."
ll< \\ HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY,
Wednesdaj Evening
8th January 1913
The I Inns'- met at 7:30.
Present.
I In' Honourable the Speaker
Honourable! Sands, Culmer,Gam-
hlin, Dr. Johnson ; Messrs We eh,I
1 lei t Committee,
Malcolm, \. I\. Solomon,
Di ,1 Itnson, Weech, Curry, Cole,
ipp tinted a Committee
accordingly
Mi Malcolm moved that the
'I lei t i'i I 'I'll- idrr the desir
ability of transferring tli" control
' IWpli.>ne Dpi rtment from
I lie I rovernoi in Council to some
other authority, he referred to a
Select Commit)) e.
Mr. Sand* moved as an amend-
ment th.il the consideration of the
question he postponed this day
Inn weeks, whereupon the House
divided.
Yeas,Addcrley, Bowen, Dr.
Johnson, Gamblin, J. W. Culmer,
Sands,
Nay*Curry, Brice, 1. Culmer,
A. K. Solomon, vV. C. It. Johnson,
Albury, I,. W. Young, E V. Solo-
mon, Cole, Malcolm, (Weech.
Resolved that-thesaid question
he referred to a Select Committee,
The question accordingly referred
to the same committee as the
questio ol Electric Light.
Mr. Malcolm motioned to con-
si del the desirability of improving
the appearance of the Forts in
New Providence. Referred to a
S Ii' t Committee.
Messrs. Malcolm, Curry, Dr.
Com in it tees accordingly,
Mr. Malcolm motioned that the
petition of certain inhabitants of
Port Wock Sound praying foi a
grant to establish a library be re
I to a "select Committee.
Ordered that the petition be re-
ferred to the Select Committee on
a similar petition from Hope Town
Abaco.
Mr. Sands obtained leave to in-
troduce A Bill to amend the Pen-
sions Act 1909 which was read a
first time and ordered to be print
ed.
Mr. Sands moved that the Milk
to consolidate and amend the law
relating to the encouragement of
manufactories, and the building of
hotels be lead 1 second time.
Mr. Albury moved as Sfl tinend-
ment that it be referred to a select
Committee.
On being put the motion was
carried and the bill referred to the
following Select Committee Messrs
Albury, Cede, Sands, Gamblin,
Young,
Mr. Sands moved that the Bill
to provide for the maintenance ol
lighthouses be read a second tin
Mr. W, C. M. Johnson moved
as an amen Imam that tie Mill be
read tin- day six months. On !>'-
ing put the amendment was carri-
ed
On motion of Mr. Malcolm the
following resolution was agreed to.
Resolved, that there shall be a
Standing Committee to be desig-
nated "The Commitieeof Public
Accounts foi the examination of
tie' accounts showing the appro-
priation of the sums granted by
the Legislature to meet the public
expenditure of the Colony, to con-
sist of five members, who shall be
nominated at the commencement
of every session and of whom 3
shall be a quorum.
The House adjourned to Tues-
day next at half past seven.
CABLEGRAM^.
January 10th 1913.
London, 8.Sir Edward Grey,
the Secretary for Foreign Affairs,
made this statement in the house of
commons today regarding the pos-
sibility of intervention by thepovv-
hould the Tutko-Malkan peace


1hl.
TRIBUNE
plenipotentiaries fail to reach an
Agreement.
"This subject is in course of re-
ceiving the attention of the powers
but 1 cannot make any public
statement as to their views or de-
cisions except such as may be made
by common consent."
Turkey succeeded today in arrang-
ing a short loan in London. Secre-
cy regarding the terms is maintain-
ed.
London, 8.A Sofia dispatch
gives reports from Adrianople say-
ingthe rations in the invested towns
hare been reduced to one fourth.
Lighty thousand persons are sick
without medical aid.
Washington, 8.Control of the
senaie after March 4this apparent-
ly in the hands of the Democrats
by a margin of only two votes,
counting the Republican and pro-
gressives together as a single force
Astorea,Oregon, 8 The oil tank
steamer Rosecrans, from Montorey
California, for Portland, ran
aground early tochjy while crossing
into the Columbia River during a
gale, and later sank with thirty one
members of her crew of 35.
Los Angeles,California,8From
San Bernardino to Los Angeles
every acre of oranges and lemon-,
has been frozen. Only a fifth of
the crop may be saved, it was as-
serted. If this be true, the total
loss will amount close to $40,000-
000. The weather moderated con-
siderably today but the mercury
began to drop at sundown and it
was expected that by midnight rhe
fruit growers would be in the
midst of the final "Killing frost"
of the present cold snap.
Washington, 9.Thirty degrees
below zero at Niles City Montana
this morning formed the climax of
the cold thiough the West extend-
ing Southeastward to the Gulf
States, Southern California is ex-
periencnig the coldest weather in
forty years.
Washington, 8.The money
trust committee in executive
session tonight made plans for
dealing with two reluctant wit
nesses, Wm. Rockefeller and
George G. Henry. Chairman Pujo
announced that the committee
decided to procure the services of
a competent specialist in throat
diseases to examine Mr.Rockefeller
In case of Mr. Henry, the com-
mittee approved forms to be sub-
mitted 10 the full committee,
charging him with contempt.
A Race is no better than its
women.
ROYAL
Grand Feature Show
Friday Jan lOth.
Huylers Orchestra
A Great 2 Reel Feature entitled
THE SECRET OF A LAMA
CONVENT or Dr Nicolas' trip
to the FORBIDDEN CITY of
Thibet.
A rare chance for Ioveis of a
high class and grand educational
feature
3. WHAT IS THE WORLD
WITH0U1 YOU, Sung by Prof.
Von. Ros.
4. PRESS! D ROSES, K'"l '
the leading part of this world re
nownd O nedy. Roars of Laughter
5. BEAU BRUMMEL 1 great
new Vaudeville hit "II IK ONE
MAX BAND
6. 1'HE GOLD DIGGER, A
thrilling \\ stern Drama.
7. KEEP IT UP, Great comic
hit by Prof. Von Ros
IMPERIAL,
Grand Programme.
Friday Night.
4 Reels of best
Pictures like those
shown in New York
PROF. RODGERS
In Comic Songs and Monolog,
PROF. ROYS
In Slight of hand
and his
Special Ventriloquist Performance
Be Special and see this
GREAT SHOW
AT NASSAU'S ONLY
THEATRE-
6d, 9(1. is.
Coming soon
PROFESSIONAL
COMEDIAN.
From New York.
H atch for Announcement.
For Sale or Rent.
Here They are A gain.
4 ONLY of tlase'Extra Lame
Willow Rockers a!t 18s,, Law
Enamel Dish Tans 2-. sice ;it is fid.
Tin Dish Pans Cd. and qd each.
Enamel Chambers is. 6d E arnel
Pota oil. and is., Enamel \\ asins
Sid, to 2s.t Coffee Pots is, Tea
Kittles is. 6d., Deep Pans 3d,
Enamel Pans 4d., Round Pans 2d.
and 3d., Pretty Necklaces 3d. and
6d A few Pounds Fresh Ma:sh
mallows is. lb.
PURCHASED AT AUCTION.
Remember
r i nv.nnoc.uni nuv. 1 iw.n. rs t'llltilll uer
^Sorted Colors Feather Edge I ------
la., Collar Supporters i|d. cardLTf you are thinking of building
Neck Cord Trimming i|d yd., AnLg In use, that we will sell for tl
kinds Kut tons, Hooks and Eyes ij<| TKexl week a lair grade of No
THOSE desirable premises at
Nicolls Towr,, Andros [aland.
Suitable for Outfitting01 the pur-
chase of Sponge.
For particulars apply to
PHILIP A. TRECO.
N. CHAMPAGNE
CATERER
T S now ready to cater for Private
|l Dinners and Luncheons.
Prices Reasonable.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
AJdr.ssIL E. M.JOHNSON,
' Cheapside Grocery."
Phone ;} and 233.
k
card, White and Brack Caledonia
Lining 3d. yd, Cheese Cloth or
coarse Krown Cotton ijd. yd.. 25
Wide Rim Mem Hats at i\, Mene
F.xtr.i good Whit.'mihI ColcLSIir-rts,
is. Gd, l.nrge Grey .md t ream
Sweaters and Singlets is.jd., Ladies
Singlets 6d.
DONT FORGET.
We always keep Fresh' Yea i
Cakes on hand 3 for I cent.
KNICK KNACK STORE.
Southern Lor.King and Market Sts
Siding and half
a
the
1
inch
Floor 11 *,
celling ;it
Bs. 4d. P 1 100 Feet. SPOT.CASH
Y'uiwill not have a chance like
this ! time to come as the
Mill ml I I < starting up on the 15th
and 11 m then on we will be carry*
ins oui usual stock ol No 1 grade
of lumber "I a 11 lit
NOW I- THE TIME TO PLY.
We desire to thank" you
for your kind pat-
ronage ing 1012 and to wish
oui customers, one and all, the > t
ol goo l things for 1013. We can
assure you that as we have tried to
_1______ j please \< u in the past, so Wi will
WILLIAMS' BAHAMIAN SHOE <|nm 'he ftitureand sincerely nope
Notice of Removal.
STORE.
THE business known as Wil-
liam's Bahamian Hhoa More
313 Bay St. under the offices ol
Messrs K. H. Sawyer 1^ Co. is be-
ing removed to those more commo-
dious premises a few doors below
its present occupation and lately
purchased by L. VV. I. McPh rs n
Esq.. at 277, 279 May M. under the
new name of,
WILLIAMS'
WHOLES \i E WH RE 1 AIL
SHOE l.s I ABLISHMENT.
The store i^ filled up with all
the modem improvements of an I
up-to-date Shoe Store on a large!
icule and the business will be < on-
ducted with very much more faci
lity and convenience to patrons es
peciallv than heretofore.
A large supply of TRAVELLING
TRUNKS, HAGS, DRESS SUIT I
CASES, VALISES AND SATi
l 'Hf. LS will sti'l be kept on hand,
as a side line.
The Wholesale I)partmant is an
addition to the business in the new
location and distributers or small
dealers in the line will do well to
visit this Department and question
prices before placing their orders
abroad or purchasing elsewhere.
Tins LP.I'O: DATE SHOE
STORE will be opened for inspec-
tion to the public at any time af
ler the 1st Jany. 1913, and for bus-
iness on about 15th inst with a
Band ol Music in attendance in the
aftern ion and evening of that date.
WILLIAMS'
for a share of voui custom.
Till BAHAMAS TIMBER
1 OMPANY, LIMITED,
\ l 'li R B. SU'I roN
No, 10 East Sheet. Mai
''*u '
Clifton Hotel.
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas.
Openfor the Season.
November, roia.
With a I Modern Improvements
Rates .S2.50 and upwards.
IV.si of
EDWARD
Sen 11, .-C.
SAL N DrTRS,
Manager.


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