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'MMT \i 1 B U N I C sident Wilson, the secret.irv of state will soon undertake to open negotiations with leading powers for such treaties as Ins proposal conteicplates. London, 14.—Protection for the cotton trade of Lancashire by fostering the supply of cotton irdependent of America was the gut of C.'hanrellor Lloyd tin argument on introducing in the house of commons a resolution permitting .the British government to guarantee a Soudan loan of $15.000000 for the development of cotton grow ing along the Nile. April 28th 1913. London, 16.— The home tarys lull for dealing with the hunger strikers by releasing Bod re-arresting them after (heir recovery at their homes was vester ihed through all the remaining Stages and will receive the royal assent to-daj. Lord Haldane in appealing to the opposition not to delay the bill expressed lus profound pi rson al regret th.it it was t %  1 take such action against women whose offers g wtn mai ed by no sordid or personal motives bui be said thai the women would not accept ih,. punishment properly awarded to them an I the was obliged 10 take a< tion if its foundations were not to be under mined, I he 1 resent condition ol ai must be put an end to laid Lord Salisbury speaking for the epposi iion. 1 herefore, it would not stand in the way of t>ie government, but it would accept no responsibility for the bill. 1 night an Ittempt, attributed to the snifi.,is made to wierL the Northumberland County Council offices m Newcastle, \ bomb was exploded, the building being dam 1 but little. London, tf>. It is announced that the White Star Line will inaugura tween Manchester and New York beginning on June -ist. London, 26. — Satisfactory pro gress i> rep rted by the surgeons in attendance on the Duchess of Com Blight. She il bitter than she 1 een for SOUK lime, V I —The New Italian idnought, the Duclo, laum bed to-day at the navy varo* at Castellmare, Loud.,11, 26.— Von WaltershauMn's opera "Oberal Chabert" was given for the first time ir. England at Covent Garden to-night. It synpMhetir-illy i< < eived by a large audienoa, Paris, 26.—The deficit in the French budget for 1913 will amount to $40,000,000, while in 1914 it will be necessary for the %  foment, in order to meet the additional charges to the national iinents, to borrow $200,000.000. London, 36.—Postmaster General Samuel, in presenting the annual post office budget in the hoi se ol ci immi ms to-day di <•' red himself in favour of universal penny postage, u hich he s id, would 00 .000 yearly. He said h had made a strenuous but unsuccessful attempt to obtain the support of the chancellor of th< foi a reduction in 1 ites 1 • continent. LOST. Y i -Ilk I I AY afternoon in the i iiounds of Addington Ho A Ladies Gold !> %  uble Waii h with 1 ha'el ine, Rev ard. Leave at I 1 bunt" < iffice, FOR HIRE. WHY DO MILLIONS of housewives ustSunlight S iap? Have you ever tried to ascertain ? &* h*t K A p il i, ( ,[ P4$\ Sunlight Soap used in your next wash will explain to you the reason. You \\ ill find th t Sunlight Soap used in the w ash s.r ea your time, lal our and money, and, what is more, saves your clothes, Try it in your next Wash. A SIX ROOM DWELLING I K )l's|with bath room attached and all out cli.or convenincludi ig 1 Tank. Last Street, South, opposite Nassau I '1 isor.. Apply to J( is. I. \I.\C, Line I till St. South 1 EVER BKO: 1 LI Mil %  ; •... KNOLANI) THE SPF.C1AL CALL AT IHK ROYAL SHIRK O UR "Royal" Household Brand !• loui selling al 2d pe pel lb. and 31 is, 1 ier bag of lbs. "i iolden Stai Flour %  lbs foi %  i\i'\ "I. turel Brand" Flout for jjd. ( entennial Flour pei bag Pigs I eel in Vineg ir al 7 I, pei lb, Brown Sug n at s^d pei lb ( ) ui ric* white and clean, besl m town selling . C. C. SAUNDERS. East Bav St. Nassau M. P. W l. would iform all who appreciate a Gi that we no have. MI 1 ..nd an extensive Stock ol H WAN A CIGARS W guarantee our brand to be made of (he finest Havana and Sumai r and I lav.ma Iillers throughout. rh" 1 aie manufactured' ur premises by skilled workman %  pains are taken li produi c an aitii le ol supenot quality. I he success we have met with m the past leads us confident!) to I the pationage of connoiseurs. J. L. SAL'NDI RS A Co. Baj Sieet. SOTic E. r l l|s 1. 111 infi irm mj Palrous and 111.I'uboe 111 1 ,e. Dial I lift 1 • %  np n< d m v I VI.lie Black Sin it li Sin ip; .nut .1111 n<' I leads to do anything in the line ol 1 1 1:11 1 e|i.iir 01 new work II irse n cinlly. Ml .. al. done ally, P. \ Hush 1, 1 1 Baj Strei 1. E ust vYharl 1 Lumber oShingles J Us I R <.-ived per Schooner "Knber.SB.nil RusselK" (torn Si. j.imi'ii Clly, t lorid 1. . full assortment of Lunitiertml Shingles I i[ \ 10 and 12. 1J x 10 and I J Of 30 fl, a nd upw ai ds cialty, We have 1 pened up a trade with the above Port in this commodity, Buj e is wi> 111.1 do well 10 se< b, fore purchasing elsewhere. Ami .111also Shippers ol sisal. CIIAS. J. KELLY & BRU. A raceis no better than its women ANNA E. RAE. PRl IPRIETRESS I >!•' The Vogue and Au Bon Marche Th Lin-, Sio.e StOW. Cliisinj Sale nf Seasons Goods. High Cl..ss Goods ni very reduced prices. t\* \ uilfvil Irish l.airs n ml Insertions. A few very select Irish Laco H .Is, exquisite designs Geisha Crepes llh Lacos to match. Irish ii.soi Cmbr.->lder.-.l Rnb-s nd Waits 2 5 per cent nff. Irish Linens, While ivnd Coloured. Sniped Tussore Suitings. BON MARCHE CLOSING OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR ONE MONTH. April 1.!, 191 For Sale. S ECOND ll Wl) BRICKS. EMP'I V si G \\< BARPI J. S. I0HNSON Co. spril 31-13.



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'! i Nullius addiclus |urare ir\ verba magistri. Being bound lo swear lo the Ungoias of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. April 28. 1915. No. 132 CD P % %  3 > w CD -* 0) (/. BT 0 CO 0) LEON E H in PI CH, ". 1)1 I IK (Ml P0 I 1 I %  OKR! u 'I viiKKT STBBR1 Nu .in N. P., i. \'mat. ... r PUBLISHED i) Ml '. M ui.lav. Wednesday tad Friday— Sliiflr COjiV rursd;i\ Ihn-'.iv am' V A NCR. • Ail., iti-n, • Ratei -: i line for first insertion : tl ei line '..i lecond in-fit ion. and oaepennj hnr fur siilisrijurut insertions. Advertisement* undai eight line* 4s. Ii is rumoured 1l1.1t Rawson Fqu ire has l led a< the pro ,il Ii site foi mil Win StHl KIM. IliiWireless St it ion, it is said, will requii e a poll or fei 1 in height, on .1 broad 1 oni re'e I J The equipment fur the station in connecti n with Wireless I'ele1 will 'in I ibte llv idd Imle ti 1 1 he • | | |" ; if !\'.i\\ton s Square. Would it not be possible to erect Ihe Station on one oi the Fort elevations, and thm *ave some of the length ol the Pole ? Could nol '!>< %  I.in trie Current .11 i.'il tn line of 1 iur I' I 1 if ihe Station was placed there? f I he Health Hill ia -.nil in tbe minds of ihe people, nut with* dinu the pottponemeui of its Third Reading, f Foreign Mails per "Prances 1 1" were closed at 4 o'clock tins alter noon, Tbe "Fi mi es E" will leave for Miami al 8 o'clock to-morrow ojorniag. I lie Motor "Frani I B" arrived on Saturday evening from Miami with Grange boxes, Shingles and i attle fee 1; and the following n 1 1 Miss Cleop itMi Sweel ing; Mes dames \'i t >ria Sweel ing an I VlHude Poitiei and 1 hi Id j M I lenrj Rolle, [ohn Vdderley Reuben Major. William Major, I imes Cooper, Wilfred Cosiper, (go; I ,HIII 1, I 1 rjioi Iiy Fergui 1 >n, Sa mini 11umes, Henry I lurries Fred Munroe, G ufl is, Austin Lightfooi Paul A. Dumpier, I hnmas \. Fe ist* r, | %  • % %  ph I li Hillary Gibson, Elr-ert Ring, Eeekiel Saun '• i. R. \'i kers m %  % %  n ..!• I )iin ombe, \ I [hi 11 no. W n. I\ die, \ir.Mi in Smith, lusiah C. De 10, E Iw ird I lui r ows, \ 1 I IU Rinds, Ronald Forsyth, Erp -t P iti, Sa nuel \lulu ise, ..n.I I isliua Stuarl \ issau N. P. 1 \|nil Editor I riLtune, Sir: In jour Editorial ol yesterday's is ue, drain e, srith the very unit -s m 1 he l Ion. I louse ui \ s UK I'he People versus the I leal 1 ii H1I1 you si ited that ni 1 less tiiM'i five pet 11 ions were presented eic. Some how 1 other, you seemed to have losi night ol ihe Morsnsible men ol the cilj and district. As Ihi*maitei is %  f very grave impoit mce to the people I think II nu v .ii. 1I1 >t your mistake be I-.... I beg to compliment the Tnbnne lor standing 11 h the people \ side fighting for the 1 ights .111.1 well ue ol .ill the l ople, I remain yours tmlv A VOTER, ^BLEGRAMS. Manchester, 24 —In sentencing two militant suffragettes lb-day Justice Banks said "I w Ould si ml y< ni ,111 mud the w 1 id in .1 tailing ship if t lie Uw permitti d it." The women, Mrs, Forrestei and Mrs, Maloata, both socially promi. it up im (rial on il Manstei \rt 1 ia'lery and smashing tiio glass of thirteen famous pictures, London, 24. Mrs. I' p ird was arrested tonight will oiher suf1, l he result ol nn attempt at .1 late hour to holds meeting in I'ral ilgar Square. Washington. 24,—P of %  y ei-.iperation in making a of the pro| Ii glo\merican Exposition al London in 1914 to celebrate the one u dred veai peai e be! w • % %  1 king peoples %  by President Wilson and members of Ins calnnet to an English committee which came t-> Washington to iscuss tbe project Pittsburg, ^4.— I Inlivi 1 of too" miners, possirly 120, paid the toll suortly -liter noun of a disastrous explosion in the Cincinnati Mine at Finleyville, Pennsylvania. Up to 11 o'clock tonight sdventj bodies of victims had beco recovered. Washington, 24.—Senator (ham berlaio's residution of the abrogation of the Hay-Paaneefo'e tre in the opinion of the state department officials, will be c6nfr< nted with the contention (hat neither that treaty nor ihel'l ytonBulwer treaty can be ated by the action of the Unite without the consent ol (ireat Britain, London, 24.—The king and queen spent todaj visiting -i\ ms pottery factories in the Stoke-On-Tront diStliCt At Messrs Mmtou's the king was p irticularly interested in the macnificent dinner service in laised gold being made foi E. I. I Jerry, ol New 'lork. The cost oi the sen ice ia f 15 1000. Washington. 14, Si Bryan outline of his propesed inlernational agreement foi peace which he laid before the senate foreign relationa committee today il wide differences of opinion. Nevertheless) iI wai undetsi' d that wi h tlter endorsement to Pre£ 1:


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Nullius addiclus |urare ir\ verba magistri.
Being bound lo swear lo the Ungoias of no Master.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Monday. April 28. 1915.
No. 132
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LEON E H in PI CH,
". 1)1 I IK (Ml P0 I1 I
OKR! u 'I viiKKT STBBR1
Nu .in N. P., i. \'- mat.
... r .
PUBLISHED i) Ml '.
M ui.lav. Wednesday tad Friday
Sliiflr COjiV
rursd;i\ Ihn-'.iv am' | Ir iipv ... id
rVeakly ... ... 4) I hi y ... i i
) ii teik ... ... (-.
r!ir Yciirl*
'AYARLI in' 11 >V A NCR.

Ail., iti-n, Ratei -: i line
for first insertion : tl ei line
'..i lecond in-fit ion. and oaepennj
hnr fur siilisrijurut insertions.
Advertisement* undai eight line* 4s.
Ii is rumoured 1l1.1t Rawson
Fqu ire has l led a< the
pro ,il Ii site foi mil Win
StHl KIM.
Ilii- Wireless St it ion, it is said,
will requii e a poll or.......
fei 1 in height, on .1 broad 1 oni re'e
I
J
The equipment fur the station
in connecti n with Wireless I'ele-
1 will 'in I ibte llv idd Imle
ti 1 1 he ||,|" ; if !\'.i\\ton s
Square.
Would it not be possible to erect
Ihe Station on one oi the Fort
elevations, and thm *ave some of
the length ol the Pole ?
Could nol '!>< I.in trie Current
.11 i.'il tn line of 1 iur I' I1
if ihe Station was placed there?
f
I he Health Hill ia -.nil in tbe
minds of ihe people, nut with*
dinu the pottponemeui of its
Third Reading,
f
Foreign Mails per "Prances 11"
were closed at 4 o'clock tins alter
noon, Tbe "Fi mi es E" will leave
for Miami al 8 o'clock to-morrow
ojorniag.
I lie Motor "Frani I B" arrived
on Saturday evening from Miami
with Grange boxes, Shingles and
i attle fee 1; and the following
n 11
Miss Cleop itMi Sweel ing; Mes
dames \'i t >ria Sweel ing an I
VlHude Poitiei and 1 hi Id j M
I lenrj Rolle, [ohn Vdderley Reu-
ben Major. William Major, I imes
Cooper, Wilfred Cosiper, (go;
I ,hiii 1, I 1 rjioi Iiy Fergui 1 >n,
Sa mini 11umes, Henry I lurries
Fred Munroe, G ufl is, Aust-
in Lightfooi Paul A. Dumpier,
I hnmas \. Fe ist* r, | ph I li
Hillary Gibson, Elr-ert Ring,
Eeekiel Saun ' i. R. \'i ker-
s m ! n ..! I )iin ombe, \
I [hi 11 no. W n. I\ die, \ir.Mi in
Smith, lusiah C. De 10, E Iw ird
Iluirows, \ 1 Iiu Rinds, Ronald
Forsyth, Erp -t P iti, Sa nuel
\lulu ise, ..n.I I isliua Stuarl
\ issau N. P.
1 \|nil
Editor I riLtune,
Sir:
In jour Editorial ol yesterday's
is ue, drain e, srith the very un-
it -s m 1 he l Ion. I louse
ui \ s.....UK I'he People versus the
I leal 1 ii H1I1 you si ited that ni 1 less
tiiM'i five pet 11 ions were presented
eic.
Some how 1 other, you seemed
to have losi night ol ihe Mors petition by 111 - memliei from ihe
Easti rn isiiiei having (64 signa-
1 nu itta I to il among w hich
I it w.is si ited) .in' the s gnatures
of 1 he inaioriiv o the mosl res
|M>nsible men ol the cilj and dis-
trict.
As Ihi*maitei is f very grave
impoit mce to the people I think
II nu v .ii. 1I1 >t your mistake be
I-....
I beg to compliment the Tnbnne
lor standing 11 h the people tins ini '"I 1 !h DC ill.it we s|i;J|
always be side i>\ side fighting for
the 1 ights .111.1 well ue ol .ill the
l ople,
I remain yours tmlv
A VOTER,
^BLEGRAMS.
Manchester, 24 In sentencing
two militant suffragettes lb-day
Justice Banks said
"I w Ould si ml y< ni ,111 mud the
w 1 id in .1 tailing ship if tlie Uw
permitti d it."
The women, Mrs, Forrestei and
Mrs, Maloata, both socially promi.
it up im (rial
on il Man-
stei \rt 1 ia'lery and smashing
tiio glass of thirteen famous pic-
tures,
London, 24. Mrs. I' p ird was
arrested tonight will oiher suf-
1, l he result ol nn attempt
at .1 late hour to holds meeting in
I'ral ilgar Square.
Washington. 24,P of
y ei-.iperation in making a
of the pro| Ii glo-
\merican Exposition al London in
1914 to celebrate the one u dred
veai peai e be! w 1 k-
ing peoples by
President Wilson and members of
Ins calnnet to an English commit-
tee which came t-> Washington
to iscuss tbe project
Pittsburg, ^4. I In- livi 1 of too"
miners, possirly 120, paid the toll
suortly -liter noun of a disastrous
explosion in the Cincinnati Mine
at Finleyville, Pennsylvania. Up to
11 o'clock tonight sdventj bodies of
victims had beco recovered.
Washington, 24.Senator (ham
berlaio's residution of the abroga-
tion of the Hay-Paaneefo'e tre
in the opinion of the state depart-
ment officials, will be c6nfr< nted
with the contention (hat nei-
ther that treaty nor ihel'l yton-
Bulwer treaty can be ated
by the action of the Unite
without the consent ol (ireat
Britain,
London, 24.The king and
queen spent todaj visiting -i\
ms pottery factories in the
Stoke-On-Tront diStliCt At Messrs
Mmtou's the king was p irticularly
interested in the macnificent din-
ner service in laised gold being
made foi E. I. I Jerry, ol New 'lork.
The cost oi the sen ice ia f 15 1000.
Washington. 14, Si
Bryan outline of his propesed in-
lernational agreement foi peace
which he laid before the senate
foreign relationa committee today
il wide differences of opin-
ion.
Nevertheless) iI wai undetsi' d
that wi h tlter endorsement to Pre-

1:


'Mm- T \i 1 B U N I
C
sident Wilson, the secret.irv of
state will soon undertake to open
negotiations with leading powers
for such treaties as Ins proposal
conteicplates.
London, 14.Protection for the
cotton trade of Lancashire by
fostering the supply of cotton
irdependent of America was the
gut of C.'hanrellor Lloyd tin
argument on introducing in the
house of commons a resolution
permitting .the British government
to guarantee a Soudan loan of
$15.000000 for the development
of cotton grow ing along the Nile.
April 28th 1913.
London, 16. The home
tarys lull for dealing with the
hunger strikers by releasing Bod
re-arresting them after (heir re-
covery at their homes was vester
ihed through all the remain-
ing Stages and will receive the
royal assent to-daj.
Lord Haldane in appealing to
the opposition not to delay the
bill expressed lus profound pi rson
al regret th.it it was t 1
take such action against women
whose offers g wtn mai ed by no
sordid or personal motives bui be
said thai the women would not
accept ih,. punishment properly
awarded to them an I the
was obliged 10 take a< tion if its
foundations were not to be under
mined,
I he 1 resent condition ol ai
must be put an end to laid Lord
Salisbury speaking for the epposi
iion. 1 herefore, it would not stand
in the way of t>ie government, but
it would accept no responsibility
for the bill.
1 night an
Ittempt, attributed to the snifi.,-
is made to wierL the
Northumberland County Council
offices m Newcastle, \ bomb was
exploded, the building being dam
1 but little.
London, tf>. It is announced
that the White Star Line will
inaugura tween Man-
chester and New York beginning
on June -ist.
London, 26.Satisfactory pro
gress i> rep rted by the surgeons
in attendance on the Duchess of
Com Blight. She il bitter than she
1 een for souk lime,
V I The New Italian
idnought, the Duclo,
laum bed to-day at the navy varo*
at Castellmare,
Loud.,11, 26. Von Waltershau-
Mn's opera "Oberal Chabert" was
given for the first time ir. England
at Covent Garden to-night. It
synpMhetir-illy i< < eived by a
large audienoa,
Paris, 26.The deficit in the
French budget for 1913 will
amount to $40,000,000, while in
1914 it will be necessary for the
foment, in order to meet the
additional charges to the national
iinents, to borrow $200,000.-
000.
London, 36.Postmaster Gener-
al Samuel, in presenting the annu-
al post office budget in the hoi se
ol ci immi ms to-day di <' red him-
self in favour of universal penny
postage, u hich he s id, would
00 .000 yearly. He said h had
made a strenuous but unsuccessful
attempt to obtain the support of
the chancellor of th<
foi a reduction in 1 ites
1 contin-
ent.
*
LOST.
Yi -Ilk IIAY afternoon in the
i iiounds of Addington Ho
- A Ladies Gold !> uble
Waii h with 1 ha'el ine, Rev ard.
Leave at I 1 bunt" < iffice,
FOR HIRE.
WHY DO MILLIONS
of housewives ust- Sunlight S iap?
Have you ever tried to ascertain ?
&* h*t K ,Apil'i,'(,[
P4$\ Sunlight Soap
used in your next wash will
explain to you the reason.
You \\ ill find th t Sun-
light Soap used in the
w ash s.r ea your time,
lal our and money, and,
what is more, saves
your clothes,
Try it in your next Wash.

A SIX ROOM DWELLING
I K )l's|- with bath room at-
tached and all out cli.or conven-
includi ig 1 Tank.
Last Street, South, opposite
Nassau I '1 isor..
Apply to
J( is. I. \I.\C,
Line I till St. South

.
1 EVER BKO: 1 LI Mil
;... KNOLANI)

THE SPF.C1AL CALL AT
IHK ROYAL SHIRK
OUR "Royal" Household
Brand ! loui selling al 2d
pe..... pel lb. and 31 is, 1 ier bag of
lbs.
"i iolden Stai Flour - lbs foi
i\i'\ "I. turel Brand" Flout
for jjd.
( entennial Flour pei bag
Pigs I eel in Vineg ir al 7 I, pei lb,
Brown Sug n at s^d pei lb ()ui
ric* white and clean, besl m town
selling All our 1 1 .1 :i u .ne fresh and
1 quali ty and heap.
Pure I 1 Rum al 11 . pei
gallon.
I AMIs 1 LAUNDERS & Co.
\ issau \. P.
Baham 1
\pril 15th 1
PLACE YOUR ORDI R
< lUICK \s Wl GET FROM
I ACTORY.
SINGLE Breast Collar, and
i oil.11 and Hames, Tan Colour,
Iloi-e or I*onj site Web Hainess.
Call al store and see Sample II.11-
Pi ice delivered in\a--,ni 1 reight
and Duty Paid jo/
Will need 30 days to deliver,
C. <). I>. C. C. SAUNDERS.
East Bav St.
Nassau M. P.
Wl. would iform all who appreciate a Gi that we no
have.mi 1 ..nd an extensive Stock ol H WAN A CIGARS W
guarantee our brand to be made of (he finest Havana and Sumai r
. and I lav.ma I- illers throughout.
rh" 1 aie manufactured'.....ur premises by skilled workman
pains are taken li produi c an aitii le ol supenot quality.
I he success we have met with m the past leads us confident!) to I
the pationage of connoiseurs.
- J. L. SAL'NDI RS A Co.
Baj Sieet.
SOTic E.
rl l|s 1. 111 infiirm mj Palrous
and 111.- I'uboe 111 1 ,e.
Dial I lift 1 np n< d m v I VI.lie
Black Sin it li Sin ip; .nut .1111 n<' I
leads to do anything in the line ol
1 1 1:11 1 e|i.iir 01 new work II irse
n cinlly. Ml ...al. done
! ally,
P. \ Hush 1,
1 1 Baj Strei 1. E ust vYharl 1
Lumber o- Shingles
JUs I R <.-ived per Schooner
"Knber.SB.nil RusselK" (torn
Si. j.imi'ii Clly, t lorid 1. . full
assortment of Lunitiertml Shin-
gles I
i[ \ 10 and 12. 1J x 10 and I J
Of 30 fl, a nd upw ai ds
cialty,
We have 1 pened up a trade with
the above Port in this commodity,
Bujeis wi> 111.1 do well 10 se<
b, fore purchasing elsewhere.
Ami .111- also Shippers ol sisal.
CIIAS. J. KELLY & BRU.
A raceis no better than its
women
ANNA E. RAE.
PRl IPRIETRESS I >!'
The Vogue andAu Bon Marche
Th Lin-, Sio.e StOW.
Cliisinj Sale nf Seasons Goods.
High Cl..ss Goods ni very reduced
prices.
t\* \ uilfvil Irish l.airs n ml
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Laco H .Is, exquisite designs
Geisha Crepes llh Lacos to
match. Irish ii.soi Cm-
br.->lder.-.l Rnb-s nd Waits 2 5
per cent nff. Irish Linens,
While ivnd Coloured.
Sniped Tussore Suitings.
BON MARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THE ENTIRE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
April 1.!, 191 ,
For Sale.
SECOND ll Wl) BRICKS.
EMP'I V si G \\< BARPI
J. S. I0HNSON Co.
spril 31-13.


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