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THL TRIBU N !• CABLEGRAMS. i London, I,— T hr condition of the Uuchesa of (onuaught remains stationary. I lif results of \esterdays operation fur ahdoiniral trouble are regarded as satisfactory, but tlie critical period will not be passed for sever al days. Paris, i. —There are to.day 2,490 airmen in the world authorized to pilot aeroplanes, according to the annual bulletin of the International Aeronautical Association published today, London, iWinston Churchill's \ i^orousprttest befeore the Ma emi Committee has brought to a bend the prevalent dissatisfaction with the methods of (hat inquiry, and steps were taken to day to put an end to what is generally agieed to have ('-generated into a scandal and a tarce. A member of the committee will move to morrow for an interim report, and it is cxptcted that attention will be called to the fact that j the committee for some time past has disregarded its terms of referI ence. Mr. Sherwell, a liberal member, to-night handed in a motion in the house calling upon Marconi Committee to report by June and. May 5th 1913. London, 3.— The report of the technical committee appointed by the Postmaster General to consider various systems of long distance wireless telegraphy, particularly in relation to the proposed impciial chain of wireless stations, was isjAsued to-night. The report says : p.. "The M.i 1 con 1 system is at preJ sent the only system of which it can be said with any certainty that it is capable of fulfilling the requirements of tee Imperial chain, but (his must not be taken to imply that, in our opinion, the Marconi Company must necessarily be employed as c.ntrectois for all the work required for the imperial chain." The committee considers wireless telegraphy to be 111 a condition of rapid development and thinks it undesirable that the post office should be pledged to the conlinu fed Use of any existing apparatus, or subject to any penalty by way of continued royalties. London, 3 —With the reported oiscovfc\ in tintube station it I'.* adillj k iicus "I a be.'tie conwin mg nitm glycerine and evidence at the How Street Police Court that the suffragettes of the womans social and political union, seven il whore were arresled, were ap p-ufiitly planning to make bombs on a wholesale scale, militancy was the absorbing topic in London yesterday. Cardiff, 3.— Fifty thousand coal miners to day laid down their tools at various pits in South Wales as a protest against the employment of non-unionist workmen. London, 3.—Sir Win Lever has again offered Stafford House to the nation and the government has accepted it. It is proposed to house there the London museum collections now in Kensington Palace. London, 3. —At first glance "lie is really tempted to draw the conclusion thai the Royal Academy of 1913, which will open to-morrow, must be the worst on record, so many and so laige are the failures. But this first impression is deceptive, for delving among the thousands of exhibits it is possible to find sufficient works of real ability to mike one ol the mist interesting exhibitions of modern times. London, 3.— No precipitate coercive action against Montenegro is likely to be undeitaken bv Austria Hungary,according to information reaching diplomatic circles today. The powers, it is believed, will have a further opportunity of bring ing pressure to bear at Cettmje: The Committee of theChambsr of Commerce for the Bahamian Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibition, at Toronto. August and September, of thie year, have decided to place a Special Exhibition Number of "The Strombus" on sale at the exhibition as named above. Exhibitors, Business men generally. Lodging House Keepers, Boarding House Keepers.Owners of places to rent si 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 i\ growing factor in our tourist businessSpecial, rates. Space should bs secured early. More than two thousand of this Issue will be primed which will make it the most valuable advertising medium ever published In the Bahamas. No one who has anything to sell or to hire should be left out of the Exhibition Number of '• The Slrombus." FOR SALE BY TENDER. O NE Half o( that desuable I'.iiiMmg Lot on the hasten) iitM of Mackay street, bunting on Uay-slicet til feet, nd runniLg southwardly 135 feet. Ihoughi is> reserved to reject the whole or any of the 'Senders. Tenders will be received by T, M. KNOWLES, 528 East Bay street, until the 31st May, 1913. Id. WISE, £ FOOLISH. In housekeeping, as in other things in life, one should look ahead. Do not IKindi to spend a few pence less to-day on buying Soap of an inferior quality which will ultimately cost shillings, and even pounds, in ruined Household linen and clothes. This is not economy. True economy is to use a pure Soap. Sunlight Soap is pureUS E IT, and preserve your clothes and household linen. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, : Port Sunlight, England. M Exhibition 1913 ONTO August 23 to September k8 T HL Committee appointed by the Chamfer of Commerce t<> organise the Bahamas Exhibit would be glad to receive offers from intending ExhihitOrg of any of the undermentioned articles, as well as any others that might recommend themselves f>>r the puiposc Sisal Fruit Sponge Mats Canned Pine-apples Shells Canned Tomatoes Curio* Preserves, various Woods Plants, potted Carvings Cigars Tortoise Shell TnbacCO Tortoise Shell W.iU Bark Cotton Shell Baikal Work. All Exhibits must be ill the bands of the Committee in time tor the Steamer leaving this port August 1st, 1913. Apply to CM AS. L. ALB'JRY, Chairmar. CHAS. I.'ABBOTT, Secretary. FOR SALE OR RENT. T*HAT comlortable Dwelling I House on Deveaux Street, near Bay, For particulars and terms, communicate with ..,„ FRKD. N. BOWE. 'The Forest," Exuina Also An almost new Piano—Best Make. Apply as above. t ^() c \ D. —On the Northern Mud, an Open Sponging boat, about 15 fg-t keel, Abic> model, painted white outside, b ue transom. The Owner will plea-e communicate with I'HE COMMISSIONER, Nicolls Town, Aii'11


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I Nullius ivdilic ms |urare in verba mn.glatri. Beinn bound to swetir to the Uo(nriB>.a of no Messier. ^ VOL. X. NASSRU, N. P.. Bah&inns, MonJ;vy. M.\v >, 1913. No. I>8> 0) o M 0) r aH 2H 08 0) LI ON K. H. Ul'IM C'H, E oil'.i*u l*> PHII I 0 %  I %  •" %  > : I TIM l.'l Mi.. Sin %  I |>J %  %  i ;lr e,,|0 |il •V'--ch ... ... 4 )d Mo 11hI> i~ .,.1 Duarter I) ilalf Vc...|v fealty I'Ii'HY AUI.I IN .M>\ ( \ i rtitihg Ratai Six |x nre | ei line fin in-t insertion ; three pew e i ti line % %  I ice nd in.%  11 mi peon] i 11 line fur lubsequenl inteiI rertiiementi under eiizht lines ()n TI MII 13 ist May, I he M<>tei Imat "Tallahassee" arrived From M l inni. %  la, < )n Satui '.-iv. 3d May, I he Schocnei "Rol erti 1 nd Rurst arrived fron 1 ca I >iam e, I 1111 a 1. 1 111 %  1' 1 1. Foreign Mails p< M ij Stea net ''Vig Ian losed n Pri. da) next 9th May a) 10 a, m. > Interinsular Mail* foi I larb nd, Spanish Wells, Eleutheia, Andros, A %  %  o, I xunia, |,1 ng lsl< ., Ragged bid.' irand Bahama, Biminil and Berrj Islands will be closed 1 n I riday m M 9th May nt 2 p. m, HON II HJSE OF ASSEMBLY. I hurtday Ev< ning 1st MHJ 1913 The House met according toad* jourpment. Present: — 'I'lie Speaker f al Message No, 39 from Hit Excel lency the Governor transmitting the Report of the Superintendent of Telephones fur 1912 was presented bv the Hon J.is P. Sands. Dr. Johnson, fronithecommittee to whom was referred His hxcellency the Govern >r's Message No, 38. relative to the installation of wireless telegraphy and the site for the station, handed in a report recommending that the Station be elected on FortChar'otte gioumls and also a Vote of Indemnity for the sum il £565 for fli fraying the 11. essary ex pens**. On miiiion of Dr. |ohncon the Vote of In lemnity was read a first tune. motion of I >r. Cutmer the I'L 11 mm \ !'nII wat rea 1 a third time and passed several aniend1 \ ing been made, I he I louse ad 1 mi ned unl 11 Mnn il.i\ evening. .* "GOVERNMENT N< ITICES" Wilt..,. G. Albury, Esq. has b 'MI appoint ng Ci >m 1 i' Rock Sound and 1 at • pum Bay. Notii '• is git e n with r< I to requirements of pei visiting Ve lezuela. Mr. Aziel Sweeting lias bi • n oppi iint< (1 Crier and Mi ami Bailiff of the Supreme Court. •• l HE OBNOXIOUS HE VLTH nil. 1 Nassau N'. P. ,|th May 1913. Editor I 1 ibi ne Sir:— %  Will •.' in kindly Rive sp-ice to the following few words from %  p >i i n. Son m he Good Book us .1 itten "Y c mnot serve God ir.d Mi MI in iw sir I claim 1 hat is the vei \ thing Mr. t 1 d 1 in his lettei to the "Nassau Guardian" of the 30th \pril especially so when • : I tl 11 Hi" 1 lealth Bill that was protested 1 %  ..: 1 int bj 1 lie people u is ,n -'• pi evented 01 initandei id ; yel SII we find Inni at one an 1 the (ame tune suggesting not less thi: 10 amendmenis to the (according to Inm) misrepresented Bill. Where is the consistenry of the gentleman's aigument ? If the Bill is O. K. why so many amend* ments ? One conclusion only can we come to regarding him viz, that he is trying to plense the originators of the Bill and at the same time not to appear to he against their desires and interest. Stand up n your legs brother, R, M. make plain your position for we see you. Myself like Mr. B. borrowed one of tn >t interesting volumes, and noted very many objectionable Section* or clauses, that has not been included in Ins list of ten amendments ; I have h %  1 i other enumerating objectio s hit has not been men < %  1 led by hi n, nor c tun them among mi ie. Will %  th • si.,nd and iv li %  a ic 1 not among hi objections I hey are nine isonable Will li • %  a give th • A 1 u %  right and priv liege to others of tins communi ly, to go o\ er this Bill ,-. 11 I make suggest Ie make ten Run n lne" Is, ->'Ven hunn| • %  i| it ex pedienl to in 1 |ce tOO i'i n '• 1 I' MIS, before the Bill in be w 01 kable, "So we int it lio|i|,.-d pnti 11 We d,> not c ne to '. ike anj chan m igistrates tolay lecidi according to the law as laid d I'va, an I not by iutent ions of the law*make 11, \s I am not a lawyer like Mr. R. M. B and cannot qu ne my object ioncally !being only a pooi I'ail.nj [ mult only srv tli.it many of my principle objections are not among those enumerated by him and though a poor man, I 1 el ieve myself em itled to the son" amount of consideration that gentleman claimfor himself and 1 he "i iy not considei rhtful is those wh 1 suggeste I f ir him Ins amendments. Then sir c mnot ins suggesti ms regarding the passing of this Bilfc as in. 1to carry 1 ut the idea icing cert tin public w it i. n ler the control of the I of Works under the contrea of the Bond of Health be oB set iiv the sug itions to amend the present Laws so .is to meet this special requirement ? \n entirely New Bill isn't at all n ii 'ss o y to obtain th is end. 1 iod help those in High plACes who are trying to save us from this Bill is my prayer. Yours trulv ANALYSIS LOOK II E R L W HO wants inv BUGGY and HARNESS Be quick, as I am leaving tins Week. W. A. S WE ANY. Ottawa, 29.—An earthquake shock was felt here tonight. I louses were badly shaken but no one was illed or injured. f I


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Nullius ivdilic ms |urare in verba mn.glatri.
Beinn bound to swetir to the Uo(nriB>.a of no Messier.
^
VOL. X.
Nassru, N. P.. Bah&inns, MonJ;vy. M.\v >, 1913.
No. I>8>
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M
0)
r
aH
2h
08
0)
LI ON K. H. Ul'IM C'H,
Eoil'.- i*u l*> phii i
0 I " > : I TIM l.'l
Mi..
Sin I |>J
i .
;lr e,,|0 |il
V'--ch ... ... 4)d
Mo 11hI> i~ .,.1
Duarter I)
ilalf Vc...|v
fealty i'i-
i'HY AUI.I IN .m>\ (
\ i rtitihg Ratai Six |x nre | ei line
fin in-t insertion ; three pew e i ti line
'I ice nd in.- 11 mi peon] i 11
line fur lubsequenl inteiI
rertiiementi under eiizht lines
()n TI mi- I 13 ist May, I he
M<>tei Imat "Tallahassee" arrived
From Mlinni. ! la,
< )n Satui '.-iv. 3d May, I he
Schocnei "Rol erti 1 nd Rurst
arrived fron 1 ca I >iam e, I
1111 a 1. 1 111 1' 1 1.
Foreign Mails p< M ij Stea net
''Vig Ian losed n Pri.
da) next 9th May a) 10 a, m.
>
Interinsular Mail* foi I larb
nd, Spanish Wells, Eleutheia,
Andros, A' '' o, I xunia, |,1 ng lsl< .,
Ragged bid.' irand Bahama, Bimi-
nil and Berrj Islands will be closed
1 n I riday m m 9th May nt 2 p. m,
HON II HJSE OF ASSEMBLY.
I hurtday Ev< ning
1st Mhj 1913
The House met according toad*
jourpment.
Present: 'I'lie Speaker f al
Message No, 39 from Hit Excel
lency the Governor transmitting
the Report of the Superintendent
of Telephones fur 1912 was presen-
ted bv the Hon J.is P. Sands.
Dr. Johnson, fronithecommittee
to whom was referred His hxcel-
lency the Govern >r's Message No,
38. relative to the installation of
wireless telegraphy and the site
for the station, handed in a report
recommending that the Station be
elected on FortChar'otte gioumls
and also a Vote of Indemnity for
the sum il 565 for fli fraying the
11. essary ex pens**.
On miiiion of Dr. |ohncon the
Vote of In lemnity was read a first
tune.
motion of I >r. Cutmer the
I'L 11 mm \ !'nII wat rea 1 a third
time and passed several aniend-
1 \ ing been made,
I he I louse ad 1 mi ned unl 11 Mnn
il.i\ evening.
.*
"GOVERNMENT N< ITICES"
Wilt..,. G. Albury, Esq. has
b 'mi appoint ng Ci >m 1
i' Rock Sound and 1 at
pum Bay.
Notii ' is giten with r< I
to requirements of pei visit-
ing Ve lezuela.
Mr. Aziel Sweeting lias bi n
oppi iint< (1 Crier and Mi
ami Bailiff of the Supreme
Court.
l HE OBNOXIOUS HE VLTH
nil.1 "
Nassau N'. P.
,|th May 1913.
Editor I 1 ibi ne
Sir:
Will .' in kindly Rive sp-ice to
the following few words from
p >i.....in. Son m he Good
Book us .1 itten "Y c mnot serve
God ir.d Mi mi in iw sir I
claim 1 hat is the vei \ thing Mr.
! t 1 d 1 in his
lettei to the "Nassau Guardian" of
the 30th \pril especially so when
: I tl 11 Hi" 1 lealth Bill that
was protested 1..: 1 int bj 1 lie people
u is ,n -' pi evented 01 initandei -
id ; yel sii we find Inni at one
an 1 the (ame tune suggesting not
less thi:. 10 amendmenis to the
(according to Inm) misrepresented
Bill.
Where is the consistenry of the
gentleman's aigument ? If the Bill
is O. K. why so many amend*
ments ? One conclusion only can
we come to regarding him viz,
that he is trying to plense the ori-
ginators of the Bill and at the
same time not to appear to he
against their desires and interest.
Stand up n your legs brother, R,
M. make plain your position for we
see you. Myself like Mr. B. borrow-
ed one of tn >t interesting volumes,
and noted very many objectionable
Section* or clauses, that has not
been included in Ins list of ten
amendments ; I have h 1 i other
enumerating objectio s hit has
not been men < 1 led by hi n, nor
! c tun them among mi ie.
Will th si.,nd and iv
li ! a ic 1 not among hi
objections I hey are nine isonable '
Will li ' a give th A 1 u right
and priv liege to others of tins
communi ly, to go o\ er this Bill
,-. 11 I make suggest Ie
make ten Run n lne" Is, ->'Ven hun-
n| i| it ex pedi-
enl to in 1 |ce tOO i'i n ' 1 I' MIS,
before the Bill in be w 01 kable,
"So we int it lio|i|,.-d pnti 11
We d,> not c ne to '. ike anj
chan m igistrates to- lay
lecidi according to the law
as laid d I'va, an I not by iuten-
t ions of the law*make 11,
\s I am not a lawyer like Mr. R.
M. B and cannot qu ne my objec-
tion- cally !being only a
pooi I'ail.nj [ mult only srv tli.it
many of my principle objections
are not among those enumerated
by him and though a poor man, I
1 el ieve myself em itled to the son"
amount of consideration that
gentleman claim- for himself and
1 he "i iy not considei
rhtful is those wh 1
suggeste I f ir him Ins amendments.
Then sir c mnot ins suggesti ms
regarding the passing of this Bilfc
as in. 1- to carry 1 ut the
idea icing cert tin public
w it i. n ler the control of the
I of Works under the contrea
of the Bond of Health be oB set
iiv the sug itions to amend the
present Laws so .is to meet this
special requirement ?
\n entirely New Bill isn't at all
n ii 'ss o y to obtain th is end. 1 iod
help those in High plACes who are
trying to save us from this Bill is
my prayer.
Yours trulv
ANALYSIS
LOOK II E R L '
WHO wants inv
BUGGY and HARNESS
Be quick, as I am leaving tins
Week.
W. A. S WE ANY.
Ottawa, 29.An earthquake
shock was felt here tonight.I louses
were badly shaken but no one was
illed or injured.
f
.
I


THL TRIBU N !
CABLEGRAMS.
i
London, I,
T hr condition of the Uuchesa of
(onuaught remains stationary.
I lif results of \esterdays operation
fur ahdoiniral trouble are regarded
as satisfactory, but tlie critical
period will not be passed for sever
al days.
Paris, i. There are to.day 2,490
airmen in the world authorized to
pilot aeroplanes, according to the
annual bulletin of the Internation-
al Aeronautical Association pub-
lished today,
London, i- Winston Churchill's
\ i^orousprttest befeore the Ma emi
Committee has brought to a bend
the prevalent dissatisfaction with
the methods of (hat inquiry, and
steps were taken to day to put an
end to what is generally agieed to
have ('-generated into a scandal
and a tarce.
A member of the committee will
move to morrow for an interim re-
port, and it is cxptcted that atten-
tion will be called to the fact that j
the committee for some time past
has disregarded its terms of refer- I
ence.
Mr. Sherwell, a liberal member,
to-night handed in a motion in the
house calling upon Marconi Com-
mittee to report by June and.
May 5th 1913.
London, 3. The report of the
technical committee appointed by
the Postmaster General to consider
various systems of long distance
wireless telegraphy, particularly in
relation to the proposed impciial
chain of wireless stations, was is-
jAsued to-night. The report says :
p.. "The M.i 1 con 1 system is at pre-
J sent the only system of which it
can be said with any certainty
that it is capable of fulfilling the
requirements of tee Imperial chain,
but (his must not be taken to im-
ply that, in our opinion, the Mar-
coni Company must necessarily be
employed as c.ntrectois for all the
work required for the imperial
chain."
The committee considers wire-
less telegraphy to be 111 a condition
of rapid development and thinks it
undesirable that the post office
should be pledged to the conlinu
fed Use of any existing apparatus,
or subject to any penalty by way
of continued royalties.
London, 3 With the reported
, oiscovfc\ in tin- tube station it
I'.* adillj k iicus "I a be.'tie con-
win mg nitm glycerine and eviden-
ce at the How Street Police Court
that the suffragettes of the womans
social and political union, seven
il whore were arresled, were ap
p-ufiitly planning to make bombs
on a wholesale scale, militancy
was the absorbing topic in Lon-
don yesterday.
Cardiff, 3.Fifty thousand coal
miners to day laid down their tools
at various pits in South Wales as
a protest against the employment
of non-unionist workmen.
London, 3.Sir Win Lever has
again offered Stafford House to
the nation and the government
has accepted it. It is proposed to
house there the London museum
collections now in Kensington
Palace.
London, 3. At first glance "lie
is really tempted to draw the con-
clusion thai the Royal Academy
of 1913, which will open to-mor-
row, must be the worst on record,
so many and so laige are the
failures. But this first impression is
deceptive, for delving among the
thousands of exhibits it is possible
to find sufficient works of real
ability to mike one ol the mist
interesting exhibitions of modern
times.
London, 3. No precipitate coer-
cive action against Montenegro is
likely to be undeitaken bv Austria
Hungary,according to information
reaching diplomatic circles today.
The powers, it is believed, will
have a further opportunity of bring
ing pressure to bear at Cettmje:
The Committee of theChambsr
of Commerce for the Bahamian
Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibi-
tion, at Toronto. August and Sep-
tember, of thie year, have decided
to place a Special Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Strombus" on sale at
the exhibition as named above.
Exhibitors, Business men gene-
rally. Lodging House Keepers,
Boarding House Keepers.Owners
of places to rent si 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
i\ growing factor in our tourist
business-
Special, rates. Space should bs
secured early.
More than two thousand of this
Issue will be primed which will
make it the most valuable adver-
tising medium ever published In
the Bahamas. No one who has
anything to sell or to hire should
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of ' The Slrombus."
FOR SALE BY TENDER.
ONE Half o( that desuable
I'.iiiMmg Lot on the hasten)
iitM of Mackay street, bunting on
Uay-slicet til feet, nd runniLg
southwardly 135 feet.
Ihoughi is> reserved to reject
the whole or any of the 'Senders.
Tenders will be received by
T, M. KNOWLES,
528 East Bay street, until the 31st
May, 1913.
Id. WISE, FOOLISH.
In housekeeping, as in other things in life,
one should look ahead. Do not Ik- indi
to spend a few pence less
to-day on buying Soap of an
inferior quality which will
ultimately cost shillings, and
even pounds, in ruined House-
hold linen and clothes. This is
not economy. True economy
is to use a pure Soap.
Sunlight Soap
is pure-
US E IT, and preserve your
clothes and household linen.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, :
Port Sunlight, England.
M

Exhibition
1913
ONTO
August 23 to September k8
THL Committee appointed by
the Chamfer of Commerce
t<> organise the Bahamas Exhibit
would be glad to receive offers
from intending ExhihitOrg of any
of the undermentioned articles, as
well as any others that might re-
commend themselves f>>r the pui-
posc
Sisal Fruit
Sponge Mats
Canned Pine-apples Shells
Canned Tomatoes Curio*
Preserves, various Woods
Plants, potted Carvings
Cigars Tortoise Shell
TnbacCO Tortoise Shell W.iU
Bark Cotton
Shell Baikal Work.
All Exhibits must be ill the
bands of the Committee in time
tor the Steamer leaving this port
August 1st, 1913.
Apply to
CM AS. L. ALB'JRY,
Chairmar.
CHAS. I.'ABBOTT,
Secretary.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
T*HAT comlortable Dwelling
I House on Deveaux Street,
near Bay,
For particulars and terms, com-
municate with ..,
FRKD. N. BOWE.
'The Forest," Exuina
Also
An almost new PianoBest
Make. Apply as above.
t^() c \ D. On the Northern
Mud, an Open Sponging
boat, about 15 fg-t keel, Abic>
model, painted white outside, b ue
transom. The Owner will plea-e
communicate with
I'HE COMMISSIONER,
Nicolls Town, Aii'11 Why import Butter
from New York ?
It 1 osts more than 50cts. per lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 4|.cts. per II). ami weight
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
FOR HIRE,
A SIX Room DWELLING
HOUSE with bath loom at-
tached and all out door conviu.
iencea including a Tank.
E isl Street, South, opposite
Nassau I'riso...
Apply to
JOS. LAING
Blue Hill St. South
BON MARCHE
CLOSING OUT
THE ENTIRE STOCK
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES
FOR ONE MONTH.
April ia, 1913.
REPUDIATION
THL public are hereby warned
that I will not be responsible
for any debts contracted in any
way by Alice Blanche Baillou.
CHAS. H. BAILLOU
Williams Shoes
Are BETTER
l


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