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THt T RJBUNIi XTbC ZTribUnC I 3 "* 1 ,rance as &"•••' %  all y.! wells for herself, when she CSivturclav Mivy 3. 1913. 'I he French proposals to tend the term of military service three vears wi exand also to guard against a surprise attack from Germany, feels bound to follow suit. The United Kingdom has been saved from entangling alliances thus far by its insular can spare 3d. hires a boy to fill up her tubs and barrels with water to be used for her convenience. The Sanitary Inspecter in holy horror has these tubs and barrels upset as being a danger to pubme er cefmmT T position We hope jt may HHe health, while at the san 11 be if " • i ner happy task to mediate betime a large open vat of wa! out, a serious drain upon "her! S2S PP sin K i,,terests " t,,e is ;,11 vv *' 1 t0 remail1 • strength in every way. her j Continent,and create an atmosFrance has a dwindling birthrate, and another year added to the soldiering of the young men will accelerate tha't decline. Prom this point of view Germany, with her increasing pop ulation, stands to gain an advantage through the addition of one year to the Frenchman's! liability to serve in the conscript army. As has been well said: "Perhaps, after all, Germany need not trouble about invading France, even if she wanted to. The law of three years will do her work," few." A ."?, tUle France ', lhe reat ITit "appears to a Medical Off! hf }A\ ,eraf f ur 1 a 'rn 1 edat! C er, the Sanitary Inspector, or th add. ion of a year to the anv duly authorized ..nicer or conscription for economic rea-| s erV ant of the Hoard of Health sons. He points out that just | to be diseased or unsound or Wften industry is advancing,, not wholesome or unfit for huworkers will be taken away in man consumption he shall conincreased numbers to serve with | denin the same and cause it to phere of goodwill in which a decrease of the burden of armaments may become possible. We imagine that Britons will look on Prance as an object les son, and will be warned off fiora the path of conscription by the sad experience of her near neighbour. j THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT II Section 32 .Sub section (i)par 8 dealing with Unsound Food provides that anything exposed for sale for human consumption We regret to announce the death, <>n Thursday, of Mrs. Bethel the wife of Capt J. II. Bethel l'>\ ;i devoted husband and a large and loving family who knew how to appreciate her gentle and strong charat ler, she will be s rely missed ; and many relatives and Friends outside the immediate family circle sincerely mourn her |i I he funeral conducted by Rev. W. H. F. Bieby assisted by Rev. I.. Simpson B A.,was very largethe colours. A Paris paper states that just at the time when exbe seized and destroyed or so disposed of or dealt w ith as to penses are being increased, this prevent it from being exposed withdrawal of wealth producers \ for sale or used for fed or drink will be drying up the sources of for human consumption revenue. Every man kept idleness so far as industry 111 is to meet all reasonable 1 JLT/ r, ^ ,,S S U f 'r r,ed b >' ^iments of the case, wherein the Mate, instead of being or.e of its l offender mav have been Bbs *' pporters lutely ignorant, but tl ground of Government House. To go back a bit, Section 10; subsection (bj par (n) defines 'For the purpose of this Act." "Nuisances liable to be dealt ly attended. We tender our prowith summarily" "Any recepfound sympathy to those who tacle containing stagnant water are bereaved. in -ui h a condition as to be a j nuisance or injurious or danger*; An inquest was begun on OU8 to health ; and the presence Saturday last, at The Hospital, of mosquito larvae in such into the death of Victor Curry, water shall be conclusive proof It appears that the man was that such water is stagnant and employed on the railroad at in such a condition as to be a, Wilson City, Abaco, where, by nuisance ;" s< means his legs were crushThe spot that precisely fits ed by the locomotive, and it this paragraph 1-to be found at also appears that he did not rethe Southern end of Govern-.ceive, a 1 Abaco, the attention ment grounds after heavy rain which his case demanded; he and has been in that state for was sent to* Hie Hospital here many years, while near by pn> where his legs were amputated perties of poor people have had and where he afterwards died. to be filled up, The Inquest, we understand, This southern portion of Govhas been kept pending for want ernment House grounds is in absolute contravention of section 20, subsection (1) par. (h) 1 ; this section also specifies a "part of a bottle." as a particu lar nuisance ; it would DC inter of the et 1 Iice of the Medical Officer .it Wilson City, who has been requested, summoned, and finally ordered to attend. j* The Committee of theChamber esting 10 kn IW ho many parts of Commerce for the Bahamian To our minds this would seem ,,f buttles are tO be louqd On the Exhibit, at the Canadian F.xhibiAnothtr ins oAct extremely harsh ; with few medicine of the army is not the ceptions its penalties are i 10 medicine of the state. French dne month imprisonment wi I science requires the time of its young students, and that will be gravely curtailed." This sudden increase of fighting men in both France and G( 1 many is apparently a result of the Balkan War. Austria grievous hindrance I goes on to indict in addition a to French deve opment will be penaltv of />>:mrh>. ?H al f the >' oun K Without specifying anv furmedical students for another ther details of' tins Act we yw from their general medical! would sav that its penalties are The e xtremelv harsh • ., ,, ,.„.. ex or prisonment without regard to a first or other of. I fence, or offences thai maybe' inadvertently committed by anyone. It may be said that by the Interpretation Act thereaie maxiwas mun penalties winch a Magis""•<•' upon In Germany as trate may in hit discr .1 siron,i||y m 1 ase 1 I a war w'li Krai %  r ai.d Russia ; but German N finds thai the -.lavs in the Austiian Empire are strongly m sympathy with their Russian brethren who are of the same race and would probably refuse ,(> "P^t against them. For tl>;it reason, Germany wants to increase her own army and forl! ations as against u top of the Jail wall, thus it would ap| ear that the Government, if not the chiefest. is among the chief offenders against tins Health Act. Possibly under the new Act the Southra ,V y u^totf Houa* aga mst ussia. etion re duce : so well so good, but there is nothing to prevent .-, Magistrate inllicting the maximum. The greatest objection to this Act is the experience of the public with similar and other Acts, that are partially and discriminatingly administered. We have in our mind the case of a poor woman, who unable to draw water from the public ern end of Government House grounds, may under section 48, sub-section (7) receive enforced drainage, and so set an example to the public. j We find since publishing yesterday that Fort Charlotte ground has been selected as the site for the erection of the Wireless Station. j* Mr. Charles Richard Marks the author of the article on the id 'ii. nt Toronto. August and September, of this year, have decided toplai e a Special inhibition Number ol "The Strombus" on sale at ft\e exhibition as named above. E.xhibilors. Business men geneKeepers, Boarding House Keepers.Owners of place* to rent as winter residences. Owners of Boats,etc..etc.. would do well to advertise in the Exhibition Number and bring their business to the notice of the many thousands of Canadians who will visit this exhibition, and who are a. growing factor in our tourist business. Special rates. Space should be secured early. More than two th.nusn.nd of this Issue will be printed which will make it the most valuable adverlirsl page was a visitor here this \ Using medium ever published In winter S. S. "Vigilancia" sailed from New York, for Nassau, at 3 p.m. Friday, with six passengers and 7500 barrels cargo. Mr. F. A. Burnside has been granted an extension of 14 days sick leave. the Bahamas. No one who has anything to sell or to hire should be left out of the Exhibition Number of "The Strombus." J Same time during the week a man from Andros Island, named Minnis, applied at The Hospital for medicine, which was Supplied him, and for which



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11 u 1 fc) l. Be was chared 12/ : telling ^lie matter to a friend. I>y whom Inquiries were made, it was found that the cost of the imdi cue was 2/0 to 3 ; enquiring j st the Hospital over the phone he was informed that it was evpeu-ive niedii me ami that j that was the cost. The friend of the man then tnmmiinicati d ith the Sover nor and the Commissioners, when lie was informed by 1 lie Superintendent that thro•• at a>mi-take and that the charge liould h ive b( 1 11 4s., and returned 8s. We believe that the matter will he pursued further. The Subject of Mr. Sweany's Sermon, (his last in Nassau) Ml the S. I). \. Chapel, tomorrow evening, will be 'A Glance into the I-'uture," Ml are invited. AN III USTRATED l l-.CIl RE In the i irainl and Ancient Cathedrals r.f Kngland will be svliverrd by Rev, C. Dudley 4a ripen, lf Tribune. Miiy Sen or, Escuse 'hose question which I shall have asked to y<>u, pero I not have to allow the soldiei of the police to 'any me to pla< e before Senor Don Strong which ees mas fuerte I'.' lore I have came to esta beuna < ountree, I have the Others to me inform b-cos the Benglis law ees muy bueno, and lam felicidad becos my countre law ees bueno para nada for the liombre mas pobre eet ees bueno para el nco. El otro dia, I have been ecu the publico market, and I have saw uno hombre negricito fumar el cochimbo, and the soldier of the police what you espress have run Inm een, and otros (lias I l/eft hombres fumar, and he ees all right I have asked those question, como ees this. And those hombres dicen esta ees no the mar ket.| Nada ees sold aqui. 1 seen the soldier of the police fumar tain bi2i). (Uf lie put el inanoj para run me in tarn bun yo fit mi r "1 cigarro, yo will not to let him, pero yo no es een the Marki t, yo estoj sitting on the sedas de n adero een the front part Muy senor mio hagarme el favor to tell t < me which are t:,e mat., > 1 • >da mi satisfaction. s. s. s. I ). S \l. I!. ESI EBAN DE JESUS BORUERO. J K -mp's Bay Andros April 39th 191 } Editor Tribune Dear Sir: V\ ill \ou be kind enough to si tliis letter m order tolet public know how we suffer on 1 t of ih" island in regard tn the delivery l our ma ils, and IMW we are treated 1 ) ly a fort night ago the Mail Si It m ei art ived here with 1 In mail bag n Inch had to be ; 1 ken back to Nassau by the < 'aptHin, Mr. B we, only on a frivolous account the Postmistress went awa\ to Nassau sick and did not leave any one in hei pi Mi. Editor don't you think it about time for us to kick ,1 gainst this kind of thing and have a man todothe work instead of a woman ? I h inking v >U for spare I am yours EYE WITNESS. ONTO Exhibition 1913 August 23 to September 25 I 'M IE Committee appointed by 11 it1 hand o of L'umnii 1 e t Rsnixc the Italntmai Exl v\ i'ul.1 he glad in o-c eive II• from intending Exluh.toii nl KII) i>l the undermentioned articles, • %  • w 11 .is any others that nupht i". ciHiiiiu'id tliemselvi's |>>i illpu pose : >is*l Fruit Sponge Mats Canned Pine-appleMH-IIS ijaoned Tomatoes Curins Preserves, various Woods Plants, putted Carvings Cigars Tortoise Shell Tobacco Tortoise "shell W'jrk Mark l.>imn Shell Basket wettk. All Exhibits must be in the hands of the Committee in time lor the Steamer leaving this port August 1st, 1913. Apply to CHA8. E. ALBURV, Chairmar. or CHAS. J. ABBOTT, Secretary. WHIN A MAN'S SIXTY Twenty, 30, 40 and y' are all parts ol Twent> cannot sa) : "My brain is I sell now and will be something entirely different the." What it is at present is a part of what it will be .it t.o, not an imaginary intangible par:, but an 1 1 nic division. The brain is not an echo, a shadow or a filament any more than the le^, the nervous system or the gall bladder. It is an actual organism and will carry a scar or build up a tissue the same is the biceps, the s ilar plexus or the neck. Whatever tissue is built up in the I rain will remain there. If it is good, good remains. If bad, had remains. When a man's 60 his min I will be what he lias made it. It is important for a man who wants to live in a brickhouse that he shall build one of brick. Yet here it this difference : A man can exchange one house for another. He can't exchange minds with anybody. It is vital to happiness that a man should constantly ere ite \ in his mind a taste for what will give him pleasure when Dr. 'Osier is ready to chloroform him. To have a mind fitted for philosophic reliction when thi time comes, when he will have little else 10 do, is wisdom. I How unhappy if the restless, discontented old man, and how I glorious the crowning years of him whose gray hairs find the company of deep thoughts and happy contemplation. Cicero's eny on old age is one of the most sensible articles ever written. Old men are either more peevish or more serene than young ones, and either condition is the direct result of brain tissues that have been built and cannot be Changed; for the minds of the old aie more brittle than their bones. CABLEGRAMS. I .oiidon, At last the British guv. ;e nment appears t<> havedeterininI-,I :.. ((rasp the fettle of suffragette* [militancy with firmness. The police \ 1 M I-KIH\ 1.0 I'd 1 inheadquatersof \\ omens -social •,!,,! political I'uioii 111 Kingtway-, arrested six j Ir.uler-. ol III* movement and look possession of tlie book* and driCU(iiwiiis ol the 01 aniz ition. London, 1. —While there is no in.ukeil new development ill the Scutari situation, which Lord Morlev in the I louse of Lords described as "One of the most perplexing knots imaginable" diplomacy was not inactive yesterday, and Sir Edward Grey, the loreigti Secretary, besides attending B cabinet council at winch the attitude to he adopted Jb> England in eventualities was decided upon, had long conferences with some of the ambassadors, v> ho are to meet in a tat :ful conference today. m London, 1.—The British Rovements response to Captain ScofVs appeal to nee that those dependent upon victims of the Antarctic tragedy b* cared for is given n Todav< letter of Premiei Asquuli to the Lord Mayoi ol Londoi The goveinmert will aslf parlia meat for an annuity of f 500 for Mrs. Scot), in addition to the $10, 000 (?) per annum she receives as an admiralty pension. London, I-— British delegation now on its way In III* I mted Stales in cof nection wiili the celebrat ion of the Anglo. Nuieneati Peace v'enten iry may some hostile demonslratl Certain leaders of lli< Iiisli and Labour movjf advising their Amei ii 1 1 express opposition to 'I mission, and SuffiagCttei are appealing to American women 10 denounce any fiienoly dealing between the two countries until England gives the vote to women. nunter erne 'I Is I Witish iders % 



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TinT R I BU N E fever, but that the place was ever free from it. Doubtless it never v as completely at that time. On this iecent trip I neither saw nor felt the pestiferous insect. I was much impressed with DeLessepV work. He had alt< Ins plane from a se i level to a lock ianal and confidently expected in have the canal in operation inside of eight years. The year following C89I he failed. The present Colon is now high and dry above sea level, the swamp filled m, and its boundaries greatly enlarged, the streets and roads macadamized. Statistically, it is is healthy as any similar sized town North, of about 20,000 population. If Uncle Sam >\ 1 II ..How Inn Ming in the Zone the Isthmus will s 1 become a great winter resort Beautiful Lake < i.ilun will be dotted with sailboats, as the constant trade winds would make ideal sailing. I here would be many fine places along the shores and many cottages and bungalows pic luresquely located among the hills of peipetual green, I understand, though, our I'm le will insist on a strictly military /our. 60 all there will be open to us will be the cities of lolmiand Panama, which are excluded from the Zone, but over which the United Mates can enforce sanitary regulations and mo intain pul >!ic 01 der, I he Panama Railroad was built I y a New Y"ii< company in 1857 Bt a cost of .tS.occv'OO and was acquired by the United states pan of the c nal pun base, 'I ha road i> forty-five miles long nn<\ is now being double trai ked! his road will be a great help in the construction ol the canal. I he Panama haibor is remarkable for its currents and tides, the latter rising and falling from seventeenlo twenty feet, accoidmg to the age of the moon while at Colon the rie and fall seldom varies more than t\\ent\-five inches. A race is no better than its %  women THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL STOKE O UR "Royal" Household Brand Flour selling at 2d pence per lb. and 30s. per bag of 1 ,•> lbs. "Golden Star Flour 2 lbs for 3Jd. and "laurel Brand" Flour'' 2 lbs for 3jd. Centennial Flour per bag 28s. Pig* F %  • ii Vinegar .it jd. per lb, Brown >ug.u at 2jd.pei il> Our rice u hite aufLHenii, best in town selling at ML kr quart. All our I Hiii's nre fresh and gO'iil ()4"0 • 0 0 '' #jK*A#~*J>J*M*AM*Ji#~*Jl.*.' 8..W.v.vW.. tJtJVtJUt, id BON MARCHE CLOSING OUT THE ENTIKE STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR ONE MONTH. April 12. 1913. Lumber & Shingles J UST Received per Schooner "Roberts and Russells" from Si. James City. Florida, n full assortment of Lumber and Shingles: i | x 10 and i 2, ['. x to and N of ao ft. lengths and upwards as a tpecia Ity. We have ripened up a trade with the above Purl in tins cqm Buyers would do well In see us before pun hating H .ewhere. And are also S upper* •! Sisal. CHAS. J KF;LLY & BRO. PLACE YOUR ORDER QUICK \S WE GET FROM FACTORY. S INGLE Breast Collar, and Collar and Haines, Tan Colour, Hunts or Pony size Web Harm i Call at Store and see Sample 11.lines* in use. Price delivered inNnSMU I night and Duty Paid 30/ Will need 30 days to deliver. C. 0 D. C. C. SAUNDERS. Easl B iv St. ANNA E. RAE. PROPRIE 1 RESS OF The Vogue andAu Bon Marche The Linan Siora StOTCS. Closing: Sale of Seasons Goods. High Class Goods at very reduced prices. Bm viflful Irish Lftcei and Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite dogittrts Geishn. Crepes with Laces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered Robes and Waists 25 per cent off. Irish Linens, White e.rtd Coloured. Striped Tussore Suiting. wniiams Shoes Are BETTER Why import Buttor from New York ? [1 'in ire th .II tS. p< r lb. We can supply the re I Grocer Better Butter at 44cts. pet lb. and weight guaranl NEW YORK HOUSE NO r ic i:. '"T~*i IIS is lo m l'it r owi 1 ;. m l the Pobl i c in (." %  < nei>i I thai I have np< n< d my Public Black Smith Shop; and urn now ready to do anything in ihe line ol Geneial repair oi new work Horse SI ing Specially, All worl mica llv. I'. \. Huyl 4 S3 Bay MI ' WILLIAMS" SHOES \Rt HI i I I gtfCutlery ,i fine %  < — %  'i i menl <>l RAZORS I able Knives I' >; Knivi Bull her Knivt Bread Knives I an ing Sets in I ases, I • SCIri IKS. lor sail by Chas. E Albury. £40 A MONTH 5pBeYour Own Boss you are ini Um 'hun £10 B f-rk yon %  bould writ* I in l. •<*< Wfl M I lp > Y'H MKI ufaii ou] I Don* on a combined i ulntm an'" *••" ,"C £2 every ilay? Wurk at aimiarnietit tila/i-H. rrowih-rl rtlnyt rornetra, niiumru-n; mt. an\alienami ererrwlw '* iifc Tom iioinroron the oUwr -*i !•• nf the trl<'l' Jum •••> • marhlnr un any plar you happen i %  eieel, and rlrii up iJ ahov (itNf.-iMrik* < \|'iiw-H em-ii HIKI every day. My pn>LNMuTon l Hie WdNHHiH I. M-w fiiMHrNATHiN (Ull.ltA. with wM. h fOU fH take and Inniantaneotialy di vflop al entirHv dinrrent atylrw of plr'tun-^ llicliirllntl hiiftoiu*. I'*t <'arda. an'l f'"ir aivh- of Ttntypa rirnirra. F*er> pine i< d niopui without t hiun* of fllma or %  •gptlvct, and la ready to ilrH-r 10 your ruitnmer in leva than a minute after maklnf trir ri|HiMin-. Tlril RKMAHKABI K INVFNIIfjN lak< lX plrtiirtw an hoir. 1 %  pie tnnw and ea^li nalr yun tn' a*' f'Ura jour PU*. %  aas and maJt'w moTB aalea for fov. NO EXPERIKNCE NEEDED Rlraplo Inmrnrtlona it'Cnmvmiry rarh Otitfll anrl you .1*11 lwln tu mahf mo.uy In nrtaeii mlnuun ariar ItM mitnt r^arlira yo-i. A IriniiiK luv.tm.nl will Srt thin WONPKRn-1. or r PIT for you *i.'i pul ><"i ta a Bspsae " mhuii wuit Ui na Inoapanoent. MII.1 Bhoolut^ly yiiur own bom. writ*, mm uwl.f Min t will wn.l ycMi liy rrtmn ii,*n, full frrw lnlonnilnn rt^arrtliMf tMa Wi is IlKKfUI. IMIOIIHII. Til INT. rnrlu.llnit leitrr* onVrlim no-lllv.pmntr from rviry part of Hip w.^lil. IWiN 1 HI III AN>ittHt THIN ANNOl'NI KMKNT To-llAY. 1. lucaila. Mfi I27W M II fcaj 0411 Inl.nUIl W \. MATHKH. i > |>l.;; I \KI R. D I — IKI— t" inform his frii u.i. UUtfll ol |i i ities (. i, u huh places linn in a i %  • %  •-11 !• oi to (.un out Kuneials that he en trusted loins care with M-tnn nfd despatch ; and respect fully Sfilicits ilieii i n.i^e < iet ihV I 'rics hi-t .mi' pi %  i> e thai '.hey the very lowest lor fir*l clasa v t>rk. KOR HIRE. \ sl.\ R( '\l DWI l.l.ING /\ I It)( SE with b nil ri i atId died and all out door con veil* II including •'> 1 ank. Elast Street) South, opposite Nassau Prison, Apply 10 los. LAING Blue Hill St. South REPUDIATION I ~*IIK public are hereby warned thai I will not be rfspmmhlc for Hny debts i-ontrarted in rt nv way by Alice I'danche Baillou. CM \S. H. .BAILI.or



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i N\II11\JS addlctus |\jrre lr\ verb* ma.|',llrl. Bcinir bound lo sunvr to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Ba.ha.mas. Saturday. May V 191V No. I ^7 3 P > 3 cr 3 0) r+ (D CD* cX o CD CO LEON i H DUPI-CH, mu Kaoeaisti Oh-Ki ,, \i MiKRT STKBRT Ma iu Ji P., f. AI %  PI U.I -:i! I) I) \||.\ M in la ., VednexJMV and Pridaj Irii.py ... Id, I'd.i. -.i.i\ and Saturri rl cop? ... I.I. •Verlclv 4 },| tioathl) ... i*. 4 >r subsequent insett \ ti uii'iri eight lines 4S. I ml 13th Slrei 1, Nt w York, Editor, the I ril u I ic .. -u In youi issue of Marcli 30, a cor. I r-p. .nil.111 .is!;* fora 11 11.1t ion ie Pol low mg texts i.i Script ure: 'lint ilie children of the Kingdom %  ball 11*" cm nut into outer darkness'. St. Matt. B:ia; tnd so all Israel slmll be laved.' Rom. 11 U Answer : It is nnlv necssarv to note 11/ u hat nine these Iwo apply. In >t. Matthew 8:10, 1 he Lord com pan 1 1 e Faith ol the Roman centurion with the unbe in f if 1 he Jews who rejected an I IliialU Cl JClfied I Inn. >Q in i II and 1 -' the [Lord, m effect, says tlia : .. miles a iu received sod have plat 1 in I leu ven's kingdom ; while those, who .•is detcendanti of Abraham should have been of thai Kingdom but wlm refuteJ Chiiat, their Menial), would be cast into outei darkness Compare Matt. Ch. 7 :ai 23 1 Chap. 2\ :31,3a. \s to Rom Ji i;a6 : "And - all Isiael shall be saved", the last part of the verse states ..hen I'.IH! Shall he when 'the Deliverer slmll Since their rejection and crurifi. ion of their MeMihh, unre| 1. turn owaymngodlituufroto Ja< ant Israel has been cast nfl; m God's displeasure, lliey are broken oil I mi 11 thr olive iree of testimony and blessing upon earth where He had put (hem since He brought i Ihem "nt -.f Eg>pt. Genj 1 liris tendom la been pill in il 1 11 place fve 1 ii But the 1 itne is -non at hand M hen cli I also l.e cut %  Ii from tinplac* of tes. tiuiiMiv ,-in.I blessing, bTHUse ol unfa 111 Fulness to 1 iod's mercy in s;iiv;iii..n to Gentile*. I hen will come thtinol "Jacob s trouble" (Jet, 50 1 7 when ( mil turn-|*| %  In I I.nisi \'. I nr .1 '.'• : |il inn of Isi fl'l eomingtroubl;, repentance and restor. 1 10 God us ••• HI ilj n.i 1 ion, ihilast iwo ch'iptersof Zechariah, "Then shall ;ill liriel (the remnant of 1 sai''''." I. o. LOIZEAUX PANAMA CAN \l. A I A GLAN4 E 1,' 1 nteniceanic VVaterwaj si 1 il in Simple W01 di U n llus) H iders. i By Charles Richards M u 'liir ( anal is forty mile* Hi from shore to sin ire and fi Ii es fr< m di ep w. 11 • te deep WH 1. 111 • I III.il I.Illli 'II II.i V nil the Allan)ic side, it is I foi .1 distant % %  ol set i n im les to (iatun, wheie is ih< i one-half miles long b) one hall mile w ide HI h ise Tins imp "mils thi watershed tlir t i. igi• s Rivei and '>thi i streams, comprising a basin ol 1 .320 square miles, making .. lake w Inch w i th I he neai l\ nunmiles of ihe i ulebra cui 10 Pech %  • Migu el would be about thirty-five miles containing 164 square miles, which fur purposes of comparison In some largei than Lake 1 liu id 1, the largest body ol water in New York state. From sea level up to the hike above is a lift of eighty five feet, divided into three steps nr lucks, e, 1 h 1.11 i> feet InntJ by I If) feel wide'. Foi economy ol water each lock is subdivided by gates mio chambers ol 400 and 600 feet each. I In s,ihn '' locks aie an e> twin of a like series, so that traffic in iv be accommodated m either direction at the same time. Boat8 will 1 e towed through the lock ; ic Ii" 1 %  im > h\ e s 1 u 11111 ti L; en cog rails laid on the tops of the I<" k walls. I'his Gntun lake will 1 • fully one-third of the Canal /. .(j tqu ire miles and alx ut 1 w othirds in length 1 I Ihe < ana! proper. \\ hile in Ihe lake eesst I may steam at full spet d for a disi %  % %  of twent) %  ui miles, and il a ill require about tei hours in 1 ransit • an to I. these passing through ihe lot ks, I In re will b si> double h eke ; thn 1 on ihe Atlantic side at Gatun with n combined lifl of eighty fivi I el ind tluee pars on the I'' :ifi tsidi ; one paii it Pedro '| I'd H ;ih a lift ol thirty and sne-third feel and two pairs al Miraflores with a combined lilt of fifI) (nil r and two thirds feet. Ilie usa 1! rnensions 1 f ell I he It icks are the same a length of 1,000 feel and a width al 1 to fo The water surface ol the lake during the wel se son will be maintained al eigl ly-st ven I 1. at d al eighty five feel durinc the dry season. The minimun ii 1 eel long by :n d with gates and machinery for regulating the water level "l t he la ke, I turiog the rainj seas m the tnaxi0111.n runoff from ihe BDOVe WB i I shed of 1,320 squ 1 e miles w uld (ill the lake one and a half times, thus furnishing duiing the 1 tiny season an immense aim unt of water, which Ciin be u-ed in developing: an enormous power. I was in the Canal Zone in the summer 1.f 1888, h l"ic much a • known ol sanitation, and when Colon, Or '\spinwa 11, as it was called, consisted ol Front Streets and Bottle Alley, with a fringe ol native huts %  little way out Stagnant, miasma: iiw ill rs were every. breeding myt iadl "f mosquitoes, and the wonder Was, not tbat they had c hagres and yellow (Continued on fourth page) II


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Saturday, May 03, 1913
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
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Bcinir bound lo sunvr to the Dogmas of no Master.
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I ml 13th Slrei 1, Nt w York,
Editor, the I ril u
I ic .. -u
In youi issue of Marcli 30, a cor.
I r-p. .nil.111 .is!;* fora 1111.1t ion
ie Pol low mg texts i.i Script ure:
'lint ilie children of the Kingdom
ball 11*" cm nut into outer dark-
ness'. St. Matt. B:ia; tnd so all
Israel slmll be laved.' Rom. 11
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Answer : It is nnlv necssarv to
note 11/ u hat nine these Iwo '
apply. In >t. Matthew 8:10, 1 he
Lord com pan 1 1 e Faith ol the
Roman centurion with the unbe
in f if 1 he Jews who rejected an I
IliialU Cl JClfied I Inn. >Q in i
II and 1 -' the [Lord, m effect, says
tlia : .. miles a iu
received sod have plat 1 in I leu
ven's kingdom ; while those, who
.is detcendanti of Abraham should
have been of thai Kingdom but
wlm refuteJ Chiiat, their Menial),
would be cast into outei darkness
Compare Matt. Ch. 7 :ai 23 .....1
Chap. 2\ :31,3a.
\s to Rom Ji i;a6 : "And - all
Isiael shall be saved", the last
part of the verse states ..hen i'.ih!
Shall he when 'the Deliverer slmll
Since their rejection and crurifi.
ion of their MeMihh, unre|.....1.
turn owaymngodlituufroto Ja<
ant Israel has been cast nfl; m
God's displeasure, lliey are broken
oil I mi 11 thr olive iree of testimony
and blessing upon earth where He
had put (hem since He brought
i
Ihem "nt -.f Eg>pt. Genj 1 liris
tendom la been pill in il 1 11 place
fve 1 ii But the 1 itne is -non
at hand m hen cli I al-
so l.e cut Ii from tin- plac* of tes.
tiuiiMiv ,-in.I blessing, bTHUse ol
unfa 111 Fulness to 1 iod's mercy in
s;iiv;iii..n to Gentile*.
I hen will come th- tin- ol "Ja-
cob s trouble" (Jet, 50 1 7 when
( mil turn-- |*| In I I.nisi \'.
I nr .1 '.' : |il inn of Isi fl'l eom-
ingtroubl;, repentance and restor.
1 10 God us hiilj n.i 1 ion,
ihi- last iwo ch'iptersof Zechariah,
"Then shall ;ill liriel (the remnant
of 1 sai''''."
I. o. LOIZEAUX
PANAMA CAN \l. A I
A GLAN4 E
1,' 1 nteniceanic VVaterwaj
si 1 il in Simple W01 di Un llus)
H iders.
i By Charles Richards M u
'liir ( anal is forty mile*
Hi from shore to sin ire and fi Ii
es fr< m di ep w. 11 - te deep wh
1. 111 I III- .il I.Illli 'II II.i V nil
the Allan)ic side, it is I foi
.1 distant ol set i n im les to (iatun,
wheie is ih< i
one-half miles long b) one
hall mile w ide hi h ise
Tins imp "mils thi watershed
tlir t i. igi s Rivei and '>thi i
streams, comprising a basin ol 1 .-
320 square miles, making .. lake
w Inch w i th I he neai l\ nun- miles
of ihe i ulebra cui 10 Pech Migu
el would be about thirty-five miles
, containing 164 square miles,
which fur purposes of comparison
In some largei than Lake 1 liu id 1,
the largest body ol water in New
York state.
From sea level up to the hike
above is a lift of eighty five feet,
divided into three steps nr lucks,
e, 1 h 1.11 i> feet InntJ by I If) feel
wide'. Foi economy ol water each
lock is subdivided by gates mio
chambers ol 400 and 600 feet each.
I In s,- ihn '' locks aie an e>
twin of a like series, so that traffic
in iv be accommodated m either
direction at the same time. Boat8
will 1 e towed through the lock
; ic Ii" 1im>h\es 1 u 11111 til; en
cog rails laid on the tops of the
I<" k walls.
I'his Gntun lake will 1 ful-
ly one-third of the Canal /.......
.(j tqu ire miles and alx ut 1 w o-
thirds in length 1 I Ihe < ana! pro-
per. \\ hile in Ihe lake eesst I may
steam at full spet d for a disi
of twent) ! ui miles, and il a ill
require about tei hours in 1 ransit
an to I.
these passing through ihe lot ks,
I In re will b si> double h eke ;
thn 1 on ihe Atlantic side at
Gatun with n combined lifl of
eighty fivi I el ind tluee pars on
the I'' :ifi tsidi ; one paii it Pedro
'| I'd h ;ih a lift ol thirty and
sne-third feel and two pairs al Mi-
raflores with a combined lilt of fif-
I) (nil r and two thirds feet. Ilie
usa 1! rnensions 1 f ell I he It icks
are the same a length of 1,000
feel and a width al 1 to fo
The water surface ol the lake
during the wel se son will be
maintained al eigl ly-st ven I 1.
at d al eighty five feel durinc the
dry season. The minimun lepth in the canal i- forty-sev-
en feel, and, .-is Forty-one feet is ail
that is required 101 navigation,
Ihere | ill be stored for the dry
months) a suii" of
nd over, w Inch will Mip.
ply the electrical power 1
in the operation ol the gate^ ai d
ige of the boats through the
I ins power will be g< 1 <-r-
ated it ihe spillway, which is situ-
ated nearly midway ol the (lam.
'I he spillu i> ii 1 eel long by
:n d with
gates and machinery for regulat-
ing the water level "l t he la ke,
I turiog the rainj seas m the tnaxi-
0111.n runoff from ihe BDOVe WB i I
shed of 1,320 squ 1 e miles w uld
(ill the lake one and a half times,
thus furnishing duiing the 1 tiny
season an immense aim unt of wa-
ter, which Ciin be u-ed in develop-
ing: an enormous power.
I was in the Canal Zone in the
summer 1.f 1888, h l"ic much a
known ol sanitation, and when
Colon, Or '\spinwa 11, as it was
called, consisted ol Front Streets
and Bottle Alley, with a fringe ol
native huts little way out Stag-
nant, miasma: ii- w ill rs were every.
breeding myt iadl "f mos-
quitoes, and the wonder Was, not
tbat they had c hagres and yellow
(Continued on fourth page)
II


THt T RJBUNIi
XTbC ZTribUnC I3"*1 ,rance' as &"' ally.! wells for herself, when she
CSivturclav Mivy 3. 1913.
'I he French proposals to
tend the term of
military service
three vears wi
ex-
and also to guard against a sur-
prise attack from Germany, feels
bound to follow suit.
The United Kingdom has
been saved from entangling al-
liances thus far by its insular
can
spare 3d. hires a boy to fill up
her tubs and barrels with water
to be used for her convenience.
The Sanitary Inspecter in holy
horror has these tubs and barrels
upset as being a danger to pub-
me
er
cefmmT T position- We hope jt may HHe health, while at the san
11 be if " i ner happy task to mediate be- time a large open vat of wa!
out, a serious drain upon "her! S2S PPsin,K i,,terests " t,,e is ;,11"vv*'1' t0 remail1 "
strength in every way. her j Continent,and create an atmos-
France has a dwindling birth-
rate, and another year added to
the soldiering of the young men
will accelerate tha't decline.
Prom this point of view Ger-
many, with her increasing pop
ulation, stands to gain an ad-
vantage through the addition
of one year to the Frenchman's!
liability to serve in the con-
script army. As has been well
said: "Perhaps, after all, Ger-
many need not trouble about
invading France, even if she
wanted to. The law of three
years will do her work,"
few." A."?,tUle. France',lhe reat! ITit "appears to a Medical Off!
hf }a\,.,eraffur.1*a'rn1edat!Cer, the Sanitary Inspector, or
th add. ion of a year to the anv duly authorized ..nicer or
conscription for economic rea-|serVant of the Hoard of Health
sons. He points out that just | to be diseased or unsound or
Wften industry is advancing,, not wholesome or unfit for hu-
workers will be taken away in man consumption he shall con-
increased numbers to serve with | denin the same and cause it to
phere of goodwill in which a
decrease of the burden of ar-
maments may become possible.
We imagine that Britons will
look on Prance as an object les
son, and will be warned off fiora
the path of conscription by the
sad experience of her near
neighbour.
j
THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT
II
Section 32 .Sub section (i)par
8 dealing with Unsound Food
provides that anything exposed
for sale for human consumption
We regret to announce the
death, <>n Thursday, of Mrs.
Bethel the wife of Capt J. II.
Bethel l'>\ ;i devoted husband
and a large and loving family
who knew how to appreciate
her gentle and strong charat ler,
she will be s rely missed ; and
many relatives and Friends out-
side the immediate family cir-
cle sincerely mourn her |i
I he funeral conducted by Rev.
W. H. F. Bieby assisted by Rev.
I.. Simpson B A.,was very large-
the colours. A Paris paper states
that just at the time when ex-
be seized and destroyed or so
disposed of or dealt w ith as to
penses are being increased, this prevent it from being exposed
withdrawal of wealth producers \ for sale or used for fed or drink
will be drying up the sources of for human consumption
revenue. Every man kept
idleness so far as industry
111
is to meet all reasonable 1
JLT/r,^,,S,SUf'rr,ed b>' ^iments of the case, wherein the
Mate, instead of being or.e of its l offender mav have been Bbs
*'pporters- lutely ignorant, but tl
ground of Government House.
To go back a bit, Section 10;
subsection (bj par (n) defines
'For the purpose of this Act."
"Nuisances liable to be dealt ly attended. We tender our pro-
with summarily" "Any recep- found sympathy to those who
tacle containing stagnant water are bereaved.
in -ui h a condition as to be a j
nuisance or injurious or danger*; An inquest was begun on
OU8 to health ; and the presence Saturday last, at The Hospital,
of mosquito larvae in such into the death of Victor Curry,
water shall be conclusive proof It appears that the man was
that such water is stagnant and employed on the railroad at
in such a condition as to be a, Wilson City, Abaco, where, by
nuisance ;" s<..... means his legs were crush-
The spot that precisely fits ed by the locomotive, and it
this paragraph 1-- to be found at also appears that he did not re-
the Southern end of Govern-.ceive, a 1 Abaco, the attention
ment grounds after heavy rain which his case demanded; he
and has been in that state for was sent to* Hie Hospital here
many years, while near by pn> where his legs were amputated
perties of poor people have had and where he afterwards died.
to be filled up, The Inquest, we understand,
This southern portion of Gov- has been kept pending for want
ernment House grounds is in
absolute contravention of sec-
tion 20, subsection (1) par. (h)
1 ; this section also specifies a
"part of a bottle." as a particu
lar nuisance ; it would DC inter
of the et 1 I- ice of the Medical
Officer .it Wilson City, who has
been requested, summoned, and
finally ordered to attend.
j*
The Committee of theChamber
esting 10 kn IW ho many parts of Commerce for the Bahamian
To our minds this would seem ,,f buttles are tO be louqd On the Exhibit, at the Canadian F.xhibi-
Anothtr
ins
o-
Act
extremely harsh ; with few
medicine of the army is not the ceptions its penalties are i 10
medicine of the state. French dne month imprisonment wi I
science requires the time of its
young students, and that will
be gravely curtailed."
This sudden increase of fight-
ing men in both France and
G( 1 many is apparently a result
of the Balkan War. Austria
grievous hindrance I goes on to indict in addition a
to French deve opment will be penaltv of />>:-
mrh>. ?Hal f,the >'ounK Without specifying anv fur-
medical students for another ther details of' tins Act we
yw from their general medical! would sav that its penalties are
The !extremelv harsh ., ,, ,... ex_
or
prisonment with-
out regard to a first or other of. I
fence, or offences thai maybe'
inadvertently committed by
anyone.
It may be said that by the In-
terpretation Act thereaie maxi-
was mun penalties winch a Magis-
""<' upon In Germany as trate may in hit discr
.1 siron- ,i||y m 1 ase 1 I a war
w'li Krai r ai.d Russia ; but
Germann finds thai the -.lavs in
the Austiian Empire are strong-
ly m sympathy with their Rus-
sian brethren who are of the
same race and would probably
refuse ,(> "P^t against them. For
tl>;it reason, Germany wants to
increase her own army and for-
l!" ations as against u
top of the Jail wall, thus it
would ap| ear that the Govern-
ment, if not the chiefest. is
among the chief offenders
against tins Health Act. Possi-
bly under the new Act the South- ra,Vy. u^totf Houa*
aga mst
ussia.
etion re
duce : so well so good, but there
is nothing to prevent .-, Magis-
trate inllicting the maximum.
The greatest objection to this
Act is the experience of the
public with similar and other
Acts, that are partially and dis-
criminatingly administered.
We have in our mind the case
of a poor woman, who unable
to draw water from the public
ern end of Government House
grounds, may under section 48,
sub-section (7) receive enforced
drainage, and so set an example
to the public.
j
We find since publishing yes-
terday that Fort Charlotte
ground has been selected as the
site for the erection of the Wire-
less Station.
j*
Mr. Charles Richard Marks
the author of the article on the
id 'ii. nt Toronto. August and Sep-
tember, of this year, have decided
toplai e a Special inhibition Num-
ber ol "The Strombus" on sale at
ft\e exhibition as named above.
E.xhibilors. Business men gene-
Keepers,
Boarding House Keepers.Owners
of place* to rent as winter resi-
dences. Owners of Boats,etc..etc..
would do well to advertise in the
Exhibition Number and bring their
business to the notice of the many
thousands of Canadians who will
visit this exhibition, and who are
a. growing factor in our tourist
business.
Special rates. Space should be
secured early.
More than two th.nusn.nd of this
Issue will be printed which will
make it the most valuable adver-
lirsl page was a visitor here this \ Using medium ever published In
winter
S. S. "Vigilancia" sailed from
New York, for Nassau, at 3 p.m.
Friday, with six passengers and
7500 barrels cargo.
Mr. F. A. Burnside has been
granted an extension of 14 days
sick leave.
the Bahamas. No one who has
anything to sell or to hire should
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Strombus."
J
Same time during the week
a man from Andros Island,
named Minnis, applied at The
Hospital for medicine, which
was Supplied him, and for which



11
u 1 fc) l.
Be was chared 12/ : telling
^lie matter to a friend. I>y whom
Inquiries were made, it was
found that the cost of the imdi
cue was 2/0 to 3 ; enquiring j
st the Hospital over the phone ,
he was informed that it was
evpeu-ive niedii me ami that j
that was the cost.
The friend of the man then
tnmmiinicati d ith the Sover
nor and the Commissioners,
when lie was informed by 1 lie
Superintendent that thro- at
a>mi-take and that the charge
liould h ive b( 1 11 4s., and re-
turned 8s.
We believe that the matter
will he pursued further.
The Subject of Mr. Sweany's
Sermon, (his last in Nassau) Ml
the S. I). \. Chapel, tomorrow
evening, will be 'A Glance
into the I-'uture," Ml are invit-
ed.
AN III USTRATED
l l-.CIl RE
' In the i irainl and Ancient
Cathedrals r.f Kngland will be
svliverrd by Rev, C. Dudley
4a ripen, l dial, on Monday evening next
Ma\ ^tll in the Imperial Thea
tre, l-'f-deillk Street, al
O'clock. There will be fiftv
pictures which have been spe-
cially imported for 'he purpose
from England. Admission 6d.
it, is. fd.
3rd May, 1913
Mi. Editor <>f Tribune.
Miiy Sen or,
Escuse 'hose question which I
shall have asked to y<>u, pero I
not have to allow the soldiei of
the police to 'any me to pla< e
before Senor Don Strong which
ees mas fuerte
I'.' lore I have came to esta
beuna < ountree, I have the
Others to me inform b-cos the
Benglis law ees muy bueno, and
lam felicidad becos my coun-
tre law ees bueno para nada
for the liombre mas pobre eet
ees bueno para el nco.
El otro dia, I have been ecu
the publico market, and I have
saw uno hombre negricito fumar
el cochimbo, and the soldier of
the police what you espress have
run Inm een, and otros (lias I
l/eft hombres fumar, and he ees
all right
I have asked those question,
como ees this. And those hom-
bres dicen esta ees no the mar
ket.| Nada ees sold aqui. 1 seen
the soldier of the police fumar
tain bi2i). (Uf lie put el inanoj
para run me in tarn bun yo fit -
mi r "1 cigarro, yo will not to
let him, pero yo no es een the
Marki t, yo estoj sitting on the
sedas de n adero een the front
part
Muy senor mio hagarme el
favor to tell t < me which are t:,e
mat., > 1 >da mi satisfaction.
s. s. s.
I ). S \l. I!.
ESI EBAN DE JESUS
BORUERO.
J
K -mp's Bay Andros
April 39th 191 }
Editor Tribune
Dear Sir:
V\ ill \ou be kind enough to
si tliis letter m order tolet
public know how we suffer
on 1 t of ih" island in re-
gard tn the delivery l our ma ils,
and Imw we are treated
1 ) ly a fort night ago the
Mail Si It mei art ived here with
1 In mail bag n Inch had to be
; 1 ken back to Nassau by the
< 'aptHin, Mr. B we, only on a
frivolous account the Postmis-
tress went awa\ to Nassau sick
and did not leave any one in
hei pi
Mi. Editor don't you think it
about time for us to kick
,1 gainst this kind of thing and
have a man todothe work in-
stead of a woman ?
I h inking v >U for spare I am
yours EYE WITNESS.
onto Exhibition
1913
August 23 to September 25
I'M IE Committee appointed by
11 it- 1 hand o of L'umnii 1 e
t.....Rsnixc the Italntmai Exl
v\ i'ul.1 he glad in o-c eive II-
from intending Exluh.toii nl kii)
i>l the undermentioned articles,
w 11 .is any others that nupht i".
ciHiiiiu'id tliemselvi's |>>i ill- pu -
pose :
>is*l Fruit
Sponge Mats
Canned Pine-apple- Mh-IIs
ijaoned Tomatoes Curins
Preserves, various Woods
Plants, putted Carvings
Cigars Tortoise Shell
Tobacco Tortoise "shell W'jrk
Mark l.>imn
Shell Basket wettk.
All Exhibits must be in the
hands of the Committee in time
lor the Steamer leaving this port
August 1st, 1913.
Apply to
CHA8. E. ALBURV,
Chairmar.
or
. CHAS. J. ABBOTT,
Secretary.
WHIN A MAN'S SIXTY
Twenty, 30, 40 and y' are all parts ol
Twent> cannot sa) : "My brain is I sell
now and will be something entirely different
the." What it is at present is a part of what
it will be .it t.o, not an imaginary intangible par:, but an 1 1
nic division.
The brain is not an echo, a shadow or a filament any more
than the le^, the nervous system or the gall bladder. It is an
actual organism and will carry a scar or build up a tissue the
same is the biceps, the s ilar plexus or the neck.
Whatever tissue is built up in the I rain will remain there.
If it is good, good remains. If bad, had remains.
When a man's 60 his min I will be what he lias made it. It
is important for a man who wants to live in a brickhouse that
he shall build one of brick. Yet here it this difference : A man
can exchange one house for another. He can't exchange minds
with anybody.
It is vital to happiness that a man should constantly ere ite
\ in his mind a taste for what will give him pleasure when Dr.
'Osier is ready to chloroform him.
To have a mind fitted for philosophic reliction when thi
time comes, when he will have little else 10 do, is wisdom.
I How unhappy if the restless, discontented old man, and how
I glorious the crowning years of him whose gray hairs find the
company of deep thoughts and happy contemplation.
Cicero's eny on old age is one of the most sensible arti-
cles ever written. Old men are either more peevish or more
serene than young ones, and either condition is the direct result
of brain tissues that have been built and cannot be Changed;
for the minds of the old aie more brittle than their bones.
CABLEGRAMS.
I .oiidon, At last the British guv.
;e nment appears t<> havedeterinin-
i-,i :.. ((rasp the fettle of suffragette*
[militancy with firmness. The police
\ 1 m i-kIh\ 1.0 I'd 1 in- headquatersof
\\ omens -social ,!,,! political
I'uioii 111 Kingtway-, arrested six
j Ir.uler-. ol III* movement and look
possession of tlie book* and driCU-
(iiwiiis ol the 01 aniz ition.
London, 1. While there is no
in.ukeil new development ill the
Scutari situation, which Lord Mor-
lev in the I louse of Lords described
as "One of the most perplexing
knots imaginable" diplomacy was
not inactive yesterday, and Sir Ed-
ward Grey, the loreigti Secretary,
besides attending b cabinet council
at winch the attitude to he adopt-
ed Jb> England in eventualities
was decided upon, had long con-
ferences with some of the ambas-
sadors, v> ho are to meet in a tat :ful
conference today.
m
London, 1.The British Rovem-
ents response to Captain ScofVs
appeal to nee that those dependent
upon victims of the Antarctic
tragedy b* cared for is given n To-
dav< letter of Premiei Asquuli to
the Lord Mayoi ol Londoi
The goveinmert will aslf parlia
meat for an annuity of f 500 for
Mrs. Scot), in addition to the $10,
000 (?) per annum she receives as
an admiralty pension. .
London, I- British delegation
now on its way In III* I mted
Stales in cof nection wiili the cele-
brat ion of the Anglo. Nuieneati
Peace v'enten iry may
some hostile demonslratl
Certain leaders of lli<
Iiisli and Labour movjf
advising their Amei ii 1 1
express opposition to 'I
mission, and SuffiagCttei
are appealing to American women
10 denounce any fiienoly dealing
between the two countries until
England gives the vote to women.
nunter
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Witish
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fever, but that the place was ever
free from it. Doubtless it never v as
completely at that time. On this
iecent trip I neither saw nor felt
the pestiferous insect.
I was much impressed with
DeLessepV work. He had alt<
Ins plane from a se i level to a lock
ianal and confidently expected in
have the canal in operation inside
of eight years. The year follow-
ing C89I he failed.
The present Colon is now high
and dry above sea level, the swamp
filled m, and its boundaries greatly
enlarged, the streets and roads ma-
cadamized. Statistically, it is is
healthy as any similar sized town
North, of about 20,000 population.
If Uncle Sam >\ 1II ..How Inn Ming
in the Zone the Isthmus will s.....1
become a great winter resort
Beautiful Lake < i.ilun will be dot-
ted with sailboats, as the constant
trade winds would make ideal
sailing. I here would be many
fine places along the shores and
many cottages and bungalows pic
luresquely located among the hills
of peipetual green, I understand,
though, our I'm le will insist on a
strictly military /our. 60 all
there will be open to us will be
the cities of lolmiand Panama,
which are excluded from the Zone,
but over which the United Mates
can enforce sanitary regulations
and mo intain pul >!ic 01 der,
I he Panama Railroad was built
I y a New Y"ii< company in 1857
Bt a cost of .tS.occv'OO and was
acquired by the United states
pan of the c nal pun base, 'I ha
road i> forty-five miles long nn<\ is
now being double trai ked- his
road will be a great help in the
construction ol the canal.
I he Panama haibor is remark-
able for its currents and tides, the
latter rising and falling from sev-
enteenlo twenty feet, accoidmg to
the age of the moon while at Col-
on the rie and fall seldom varies
more than t\\ent\-five inches.
A race is no better than its
women
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL STOKE
OUR "Royal" Household
Brand Flour selling at 2d
pence per lb. and 30s. per bag of
1 ,> lbs.
"Golden Star Flour 2 lbs for 3Jd.
and "laurel Brand" Flour'' 2 lbs
for 3jd.
Centennial Flour per bag 28s.
Pig* F ii Vinegar .it jd. per lb,
Brown >ug.u at 2jd.pei il> Our
rice u hite aufLHenii, best in town
selling at mL kr quart.
All our I Hiii's nre fresh and
gO'iil () I'uie JntlHsej^luiii at 10s, per
gallon.
,AMFS L. LAUNDERS & Co.
N'assau N. P.
Bahamas.
April 15th 1913.
fr^ A Good Digestion

>4"0 0 This excellent wish may be realised by taking the Allenburys' DIET,
which affords an ideal food for those of weakened or temporarily im-
paired digestion. Prepared from rich milk and whole wheatthe
two vital food elements combined in a partially predigested form.
TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES.
Made in Minute
Add boilini water only.
Tba AlUabarya' DIET it a Food ror
Adult* lad is quite diatisci from taa
well-known 'Allennurya' Pooda for
infanta.
Allen 8 Hatiburys Ltd.
LONDON. ENGLAND.
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DIET
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BON MARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THE ENTIKE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
April 12. 1913.
Lumber & Shingles
JUST Received per Schooner
"Roberts and Russells" from
Si. James City. Florida, n full
assortment of Lumber and Shin-
gles:
i | x 10 and i 2, ['. x to and N
of ao ft. lengths and upwards
as a tpecia Ity.
We have ripened up a trade with
the above Purl in tins cqm
Buyers would do well In see us
before pun hating h .ewhere.
And are also S upper* ! Sisal.
CHAS. J KF;LLY & BRO.
PLACE YOUR ORDER
QUICK \S WE GET FROM
FACTORY.
SINGLE Breast Collar, and
Collar and Haines, Tan Colour,
Hunts or Pony size Web Harm i
Call at Store and see Sample 11.li-
nes* in use.
Price delivered inNnSMU I night
and Duty Paid 30/
Will need 30 days to deliver.
C. 0 D. C. C. SAUNDERS.
Easl B iv St.
ANNA E. RAE.
PROPRIE 1 RESS OF
The Vogue andAu Bon Marche
The Linan Siora StOTCS.
Closing: Sale of Seasons Goods.
High Class Goods at very reduced
prices.
Bm viflful Irish Lftcei and
Insertions. A few very select
Irish Lace Hats, exquisite dogittrts
Geishn. Crepes with Laces to
match. Irish Hand Em-
broidered Robes and Waists 25
per cent off. Irish Linens,
White e.rtd Coloured.
Striped Tussore Suiting.
wniiams Shoes
Are BETTER
Why import Buttor
from New York ?
[1 'in ire th .ii tS. p< r lb.
We can supply the re I
Grocer Better Butter
at 44cts. pet lb. and weight
guaranl
NEW YORK HOUSE
no r ic i:.
'"T~*i IIS is lo m l'itrowi
1 ;.ml the Poblic in (."< nei>iI
thai I have np< n< d my Public
Black Smith Shop; and urn now
ready to do anything in ihe line ol
Geneial repair oi new work Horse
SI.....ing Specially, All worl
mica llv.
I'. \. Huyl .
4S3 Bay mi '
WILLIAMS"
SHOES
\Rt HI i I I
gtf- Cutlery
,i fine < ''i imenl <>l !
RAZORS
I able Knives
I' >; Knivi
Bull her Knivt -
Bread Knives
I an ing Sets in I ases,
I
SCIri IKS.
lor sail by
Chas. E Albury.
_ 40 A MONTH
5pBeYour Own Boss
you are
ini Um
'hun 10 B
f-rk yon
bould writ*
I in l. <*< Wfl
. M I lp > tl Mli'1
MndrtM
tiy our pbll ^ ''I
can work Vtaei
I leBue, v i r
an i
__ have muney un

HOW \\ Y'H MKI ufaii ou] I
Don* on a combined i ulntm an h- the !., Ini ">'" *" ,"C
2 every ilay? Wurk at aimiarnietit tila/i-H. rrowih-rl
rtlnyt rornetra, niiumru-n; mt. an\alien-
ami ererrwlw '* iifc Tom iioinroron
the oUwr -*i ! nf the trl<'l' Jum > marhlnr un
any plar you happen i eieel, and rlrii up iJ
ahov (itNf.-iMrik* < \|'iiw-H em-ii hikI every day.
My pn>LNMuTon l Hie WdNHHiH I. M-w
fiiMHrNATHiN (Ull.ltA. with wM. h fOU fH
take and Inniantaneotialy di vflop al entirHv dinrr-
ent atylrw of plr'tun-^ llicliirllntl hiiftoiu*. I'*t
<'arda. an'l f'"ir aivh- of Ttntypa rirnirra. F*er>
pine i< d niopui without t hi- un* of fllma or
gptlvct, and la ready to ilrH-r 10 your rui-
tnmer in leva than a minute after maklnf trir
ri|HiMin-. Tlril RKMAHKABI K INVFNIIfjN
lak< lX plrtiirtw an hoir. 1 pie
tnnw and ea^li nalr yun tn' a*' f'Ura jour pu*.
aas and maJt'w moTB aalea for fov.
NO EXPERIKNCE NEEDED
Rlraplo Inmrnrtlona it'Cnmvmiry rarh Otitfll anrl
you .1*11 lwln tu mahf mo.uy In nrtaeii mlnuun
ariar ItM mitnt r^arlira yo-i. _
A IriniiiK luv.tm.nl will Srt thin WONPKR-
n-1. or rpit for you *i.'i pul ><"i ta a Bspsae "
mh<- iu*t h y*r. If >uii wuit Ui na Inoapan-
oent. mii.1 Bhoolut^ly yiiur own bom. writ*, mm uwl.f
Min t will wn.l ycMi liy rrtmn ii,*n, full frrw lnlonn-
ilnn rt^arrtliMf tMa Wi is IlKKfUI. IMIOIIHII.
Til INT. rnrlu.llnit leitrr* onVrlim no-lllv.- pmntr
from rviry part of Hip w.^lil. IWiN 1 HI III
AN>ittHt THIN ANNOl'NI KMKNT To-llAY.
1. lucaila. Mfi I27W M II fcaj 0411 Inl.nUIl
W \. MATHKH.
i > |>l.;; I \KI R.
DI IKI t" inform his frii
u.i.
UUtfll ol
|i i ities ( .I. i i.i l>. i, u huh places linn in a
i -11 ! oi to (.un out Kuneials that
he en trusted loins care with
M-tnn nfd despatch ; and respect -
fully Sfilicits ilieii i.......n.i^e < iet
ihV I 'rics hi-t .mi' pi i> e thai '.hey
the very lowest lor fir*l clasa
v t>rk.
KOR HIRE.
\ sl.\ R( '\l DWI l.l.ING
/\ I It)( SE with b nil ri.....i at-
Id died and all out door con veil*
ii including '> 1 ank.
Elast Street) South, opposite
Nassau Prison,
Apply 10
los. LAING
Blue Hill St. South
REPUDIATION
I~*IIK public are hereby warned
thai I will not be rfspmmhlc
for Hny debts i-ontrarted in rtnv
way by Alice I'danche Baillou.
CM \S. H. .BAILI.or


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