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r ii' I li 1 B U lyville. I ong Island, -it a disof over 4,' %  o milts. 11, 10. -The king and 1 ni \' 101 !' day wit%  1 A'-rui HI' ic in i' oeuveis Pr con iclual wai fare. airship Gami la dropped a Id bomb, setting fire to the Furze ihes. Ofldon, 10.— Tli'" la'est form of suffragette attack is il e mutilation taxicahs, one of which h*d its |rior fittings ruined ti is a small affair 1 1 <• imparj. iviili ihe campaign of arson, [latest exploit Jof which is the truction of a large country e 1.ear Harrow in-Furness bekging to Lord Cavendish, 'he Suffragettes also made an rensive -aid on pillar post I Romford. London, 10.— The anxiety of tlie Priti--h authorites over the threat ff the militant suffragettes to fcbpse their destructive BCtS "f the pnst week was displayed this jornwg when Premier .'\squith ini Winston Churchill left Water Too Station to proi eed to the coast order to join the admiralty echt Enchantress, on which they nil make f,n extended cruise in the Mediterranean. A larue number of naval aides l&r. camp and railway officials surBaj'ndtd the party. Beyond these there was an outer Circle of detectives to protect the I rDinistert. Mr. Asquith and Churclii'l intend to inspect the British gamin S and naval stations in the led i ten anon. Washington, 10. -Negotiations pet ween America and Japan reit. ling the California land legislation formally were initiated today when s,ecretaj-y Bryan had two meetings with the Japanese Ambassador at the state departfinent. Washington ( 10. —'Ihe firt authentic and political report of t he federal governments investigation of the I'liedmaiin tuberculosis VBCi ine made public lice to-day. declares (lie results of the public be 11 tli service obSCI va lions SO far do "Not justify that confidence in the 1 emedy which h is been inspired by widespread publicity." PUNISHMEN I I >R BOMBTHROWERS. Apropos the recent attempt on Lord Hardinge, many writers to the correspondence columns of the Indian newspaper are evidently of the opinion that hanging is too good for hnmh-lhrowers. It has been left to the "limes of India" to receive the most picturesque of tins class of letter. It comes from "a Paisi," whose i 1 stions in del 11 |s a r! i. That he (the Anarchist) should be dpi U 10I led d iwn at Ii as I tie hour a rlav, pai ki d in n\ linai) wood cask fixed tvtth "harp-painted nails on all sidei of tl e cask. 2. At least s.v se\ iripi daily should be given early in ihi morniBg, and sail water spread on the Spot "f strip s given. 3. For the r. si of the <\'<\ the 1 ow ird sh I be bi 1 down with his d< vil black fac< • %  ground and heav^ l< >ad s 1 >uld I 1 I ml ..II his sin uldi r fn m morn ing tiil evet y. Sleep s %  '•'en ni verj dark room, and the i" nil 111 full of harasp B, Food and waier of very in!-. 1 ior qual ity should I to the coward on e 1 daj This treatment, we a re told should be continued I >r one yen, after winch the Anaichisl is to "brutally hangi j* WHY LIONS' ill. \0> ON I 01 N I UN Most of the thine* that are cus. tomary with us had some good reason for then orig n. though we are apt to accept them and not 111 quire what thai origin was. The • ianv public f un. ta ins, w hethei foi man or bi it, comes out of a lion's, mouth, I'ul you evei stop to think why a lion's head sl ould b< eh< sen in preference to any oilier design ? This is said t'i the reason : Among the ancii nt I 1 \ \ <\ ian* 1 h rising of ihe waters ol the River Nile was the most important event of the year, is it I life and proapei itj to tin 0 hoi nal i' in. Tins 1 is:n of the w it< is always took 1 lac w "-ii 1 he s n u as ,u the consultation of Leu, or the lion. So tlie) idopled llie shape of a lion as the H nbol for the life, giving waters nf ihr Nile, and all their fount line wi r< cai we I with a lion's head. I hfl ( in pits Ri imans copii rl 1 nbol, and so it has come down to us %  MORP. S( MOOI BOY HOWLERS. The Seven Great Towers of Europe are gravity, electricity, steam, gas, fly-wheels, and motors, and Mr. Lloyd I c Tennyson wrote a beautiful poem called "In Memorandum." Louise XVI. was gelalincd during the French Revolution. James I. died of Bl JUt, Queer Elizabeth was tall and thin, but she was a stout Protest tant. Gender shows whether a man is masculine, feminine, or neuter. An FqHiiox is a man wdio lives near the North Pole. Id. WISE, £ FOOLISH. In housekeeping, as in other things in life. one should look ahead. Do not be induced 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 pure, USE IT, and preserve your clothes and household linen. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, ^ Port Sunlight, England. -^^P ONTO Exhibition 1913 August 23 to • r £ T l I E Comm i'tei ted bj the ha nI to 01 ganize the Halmumbrsrl d be glad : "ffeis from intending I ubih tori ol hnj of the undermentioned Mrticlrs, as el I as anv others that H rerommend themselves for the pur. p''Si : Sisd Fruit Sp Mats Canned I'me-apples Shells i anned Tornat es Curios : vis. various Woods Plants, potted I arvingi us T01 totse She 1 1 tobacco Tortoise Shell \\ >r I, Bark Cotton Shell Basket Wok. All Exhibits must lie in the li.mis ol the Committee in lim lor the Steamer leaving tins port August ist, 1913. I y tn IAS. E. M.i'i'kV, Chairmnr, in CHAS. |. ABBOTT, Secretary. Why import Butter from New York? It costs more than jocti. per lb. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 4-}cts. per 11). ami weight guaranti NEW YORK HOUSE wniiams Shoes Are BETTER f FOR -M.I. I'V IT.NDI-.U. O NE Hall oi that desirable I on the 1astern side ol Mai kaj street, flouting on Hay-stn r-t 8 '. and runnii K sout'iua d!\ 1 fl I. Tinright • %  I I' ct ile or ai the Tei I e s uall he receive I I. M KNOWLES, 598 1 a .1 I laj ntil the 31 st \l i\, 1913. H >R HIRE. A six Ri 1 IM DWELLING HOUSE with bath room atlai hen and .ill %  mt door enliveniences including a Tank. East si reel, South, opposite Nassau Pris Apply to Ii IS. LAING Ilk. Hill St. South i FOR SALE OR REN I'. T HAI 0 ib-rtable I) celling I louse on 1 leveaua Sin1, in .11 Bay, I'or put iCU IS s ,i:d l< mS, 1 0111municate with FRED N BOWE, The Forest," Exuma. \ 0 An almost new Piano —Best Make. Apply as above. A SACRED CONCERT WILL (D.V.J BE HELD IN ZION BAPTIST CIHKt I I ON WEDNPSDAY 14th MAV. 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r u ; ICO Nulllue addlclus (urnre in verba magiatri. Brinj! bound eo swear lo ihe Dogmai of no Master. VOL. X. Ml. N. P.. Be.ha.rnas. Tuesday. May 13, 1913. No. 145 LEON i:. H. DUPI I'll, Eoi roil on Poi Office( a |, M \ HK i:r Til i N. i'., I > •.. • PUBLISHI I) \i\n.\ Monday, Afedaaada) an. I I single copy ... j,t. Tuesil.iv. 1'IHHMI.IV -II-I Saturday iingls copy ..' i,l. Weekly ... ... 4 J,I Menthly ,. ,.| faarterl) ... ... ,,.. HalfYearl. Veanv P IYARI.! %  IN ADVA'NI i Advertising Rates: l the. other, and th ehanci I were about a million to one ist theii meeting one another. Yet meet iliev ill I, with the result that Nansen, and Ins heroic coinpinion, Lieutenant J ihansen, were sived from certain death. They had lelt their ship the "Fram," 1 year previously, and w at the end of theii resources. When Commandei Peary, alter his unsuccessful dash for the \ irth Pole in 1 • %  ', had to 1 1 ire with the loss of all his di gl and equipment, he ami his party reached Hazen Lan I in %  starving condition, I hey had a iten their skin boott, and Ii ad not a single mouth ful of anything left. ATE MUSK i IXEN FOR FORTY EIGHT HOURS. Now, Hazen Land lies to the north of Greenland, which is all covered with an ice-cap. It was not supposed for a moment that any land mammal would be found there. Yet hardly had the famished exploiers set foot on shore when to their unbounded surprise mi I delight, they fell in with a herd ot seven musk oxen, killing them all. Sucli a fea-t f ir two days ami nights they 1 n round theii t>itv fire of moss and Wil twigs, in* sule theii "iglo 1" ol Frost -n snow blocks, and ite ml iouo isly, w ith only OCr Ijion il href wink sleep. For forty.eighl hours the banquet lasted, and when it did at length come lo an end the pile of cleaned I) mes outside their shelter told its own The late Captain ^ >tt and Petty OJB si Evans, again, only narrowly escaped in the ye.u IQOJ, when Scott discovered the South Pole, On theii return journey their fund gave "'ii ere In \ b id reached the drst of th tain of food da pots, hi,! in placed it tin toot of a "nunatak" (mountain.top jutting through the ice-cap), an I tins they failed 10 locate Blank despair settled down on them, when Evans* caught sight of the tiny black blob fai iff to the eastward of the corns, they were pursuing, ( i [ course, th 13 imme Ii itely turned aside and hurried towai Is it. lint their enforced haste nearly cost them their lives ere Ihey got there; once through tumbling into a crevasse, and once through falling over an ice catar ict, an im. ne use congealed Niag ira more than 200 feet high. MISHAPS 10 ROYAL GEMS. The accident whii h recently befell the pearl 1 of the Queen Dowager of It. 1 the String broke and the priceless little spheres were scattered in every direction, recalls a similar mishap to the splendid fivefold rope which used to adorn the neck of Queen Alexandra on |( or..mi State occasions. On stepping into the gilded coach on her way to 1 "tnra open. ing of Parliament in thlast reign her necklace caught in Die ornate door-handle, and the pearls fell in a shower, and rolled from the crimson carpet on 10 the muddy ground. Instantly great officers of State, equerries, and royal servants were alike busy endeavour* ing to find the scattered gems, (Continued from first page) • I



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1 THE TR 1 B Zbc {Tribune Tuesdnv. May 12.191V We give below two quotalinen daily They live in a large i Esq., has bouse, with a burden of rates| Charles J. Kelly, and rent which is a constant nightmare.They keep a s rvant, whose tiny wages, and keep even, represent the d iff ere between comfort and skimping. They have to keep-up appeal tions which put clearly before, imfmin.i.ff.L, • . IC 1 hev have u. keep-up a some of W V T anc ! t ,,e POcertand butcher e ai • or ess ii, viii i L .„ ., , oi icss pi< all ase. I he father was %  had • lerk, trembling daily at the • • forty" terror of latter day business; the son a 1 |< rk on a salarv which scar, el) k< pS him in clothing; yet never daring father or son, to appear in anything but well cut and fairlv •nald, Esq. 0 1. Mel •"!,., i d, Esq Con sion 1 f Ai Muus 1 ow n 1 Sab. 111 -i llt< 'i 1 the mercy of lhe protected Bri tish food-monger. Put lat first) just a paltrj 10 per cent upon the badges of their gentil their clothing, boots, and tin Freeze them out of their berths by trusts, combines, and amal itions, with their economics m stalls. Swell the rents of their houses and the furnishing thereof by so mucu as please the landlord and the manufartun 1 And then, well, what will hap pen ? l.et them ask themst Ives. They have no unions to fighl their battles ; they are far loo ile to strike They could only suffer, as they would suffer. They could only work as they would work to recover the Free Trade condi'ions and We '-' %  ild 1 mud our read 1 of the 'oni %  11 to i 1 n v hiii rr<>w : ., %  ; tent lii Hi • ilumn. *•' 1 > Di st ict Ta 1 N o 3 of th 1 ol I and Chan's beg in its sessi< 'ii day with a Pul I Zii 1 Baptisi Chun Ii win r %  a combination of reli Hid H %  icercises made u lengthy programi full n went in procession l 1 and om Church bj a R and made an impos cle. The schooner "Loui I ai 1 [vi rl to day from Miami v ith a cargo %  ji eph Clark, Samui 1 Clai I. and Realizing the great nerd of , I ph Robert school at "Adelaide," a settle ** ment in the South Western pi 1 ooner of this Island, and forming a "R. B. White" arrived t.day portion of the W 1 st< rn Eh ctor from R al District, Charles E. Bet hell, empt il %  '• : ""Esq the Senior Representative Johnson Co. of the District has guaranteed •* the salarv of a school teacher, Dear Mr. I ribune. and the Rev. C. I). Lampen th. I wish to en of Christ Church has letter 111 Re< tor undertaken, to superintend the school. It is now open with a goodly number of children. The property in Union Street, "Britisher" .. youi issue <>l loth inst. The same thing has often perplexed my weak brain, and now sir 1 have other perplexities. Provision is made somehow and somewhere that neither the expensivf garments, with clean I lately owned by T. S. Hilton,'Speaker or Deputy Speaker of the House ol Ass. mbly, shall 1 e members of the Executivew>uncil or hold any public oll.ee \ hatsoe\ er, also I r the Chief Ii.stii e not to be either a member of lhe Exe 'utive wr !•• gis tive Coun. ils -aturdaj issue of the "< i ttes the Ho. I', t VYi IIDurr. nt, w h s a %  . %  %  the I -.• • u 1 ivi ISLMIVK t'oun \ %  Cliief IfStice. anH I G. M %  colm, Esq. who I the e • Sp< aker of th< 11 if to he Vctiiif! \ttori.e. < iem ral. What I ' : five Count ii .ll now r. ir I"' morq in the House I \ isembfe |i ctors vote,! 111. anl there set ms no remedy for itl Referring again to I utyf American Consul sitting and Voting m the I louse, this is nothing new,as it will be reiri'-r.i 1 th it 1 Ion. T. Darling and \ 1 Moseli j held the same iil nlv. Fur tan—a, R. W.& • I qwas ,. %  an < lonsul foi m ny years g I.. Taylor, Esq Norwi igan • ,,,-MI a %  yel they both CM ied seats in tlif I louse and took part in its proceedii \, verth less Mr. Tribune,"twp wrongs tl" not make a right" so let us try to com t %  rrors of the pa-t. Thanks sir, 1 INCH. N is-.ui. r,.i\ -street, 13th May. 1913. To the Editor of the Tribune." Dear Sir, I am an early riser, and sitting MI im plai e "f businei 5 last on Bj street, .t plea me to see the stream ul woakliigmen and woroi 11 from the subuibs, wending their way towards the Pineapple Canning Fa tory, where wears told they were all taken on 'is quit kly as they pre enl< d themeel 1 for employment, and although fruit was arriving in small quantities, vet the supply was suinoienl to keep the establishment going 1! %  eek, with a redu. ed 1 This week Mr I ditor, eve, the scene is sou.ewl.at 1 banged. I see the same Ot per. baps even larger stre ims, going early every morning with thi u Factory implements, such as Aprons, Knives, Gloves, etc., which are supplied by the Factory, to its labourers free of charge; but I regret 'n say s.r, in a few minutes I sec them all



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r 11 E K I B L N E VIRTUES \K"K RF.I A I'ED F< m II. SAME H\ AS >" %  I\T\ ICES. GR >\\ rtxsi rm The vici i one; and one arly alwa i ianipd bv oth ; not sur| | [u| v I thai lie ii %  i _: %  I i • %  | , then a %  smokes cigaretl thn iril ih %  • i \ -nth dment upon requ hen we learn that a man has rendered n I • iedule of property to th ai r, we take it as a matter of course he loves his children, and For I I*I iii. if .1 human fcfl is an sted f r wife beatii in th n he di (I swe irs 'I Inrelation between all g pd habits, as svell a: iip among bad on< -. is not ai i i ml ti. It is foundei c|d rule. Ii ithis: I labits are sjood or badm lethei not they enab u to render si V ; • i %  %  %  r.nlv i) on i and ijrn ttui ... iso ial ani nal. Btati with whom lie co opera' tht upon a raing ; and upon enquiry I II that the i au e i"nopi local supph of fruit is in Mite 1 ilar quan< aily, and consequently the %  idle, and it employ • Tfco. is condition of affairs opebadly on all sides, it les^e chances of the Factory gement to secure and hold mployees, and also drive o iring classes toi nforced jen< ., a ... ii day they go peeling work, and only (appointed instead. I he I louse ol Vssembl i. onlj few nights ago voted "prohibi n" u, the iiiip.ii t atii n "f Foi ;n fruits, dui in themonl ly. June anil July, as it wai rued, that it would operate (rimentally to local growers. cargoes were brought here ring the pineapple season, as fall cargoes would rot, while t foreign cargoes were being ili/ed, notwithstanding it ber pointed out on th* floor of I I louse that one of tin* contions of the local contract! is "that the fruit was to !><• jeived within 24 hours of its rival at the Fa< tory." It seems a pity. Mr. Editor, at this "dog in the manger spiHouse, and thus curtailed the operations of the Fai toi j, which if ii were possible to run to its full capacity, ever) day during "Short Season," would mean siderablc to the worl I HIS is hat the I ion Management wanted to do when they approached the Legislature for permission to use their Registered Factory to pack : than Colonial Pi ts e is nothing now in the law to prevent them from using "foreign fruits" onl) thc\ cannot do %  1 theii present biiil lings and with their present equipment. Thanking j >u for Von:i lithfullv, OBSERVER. W WTI'.D. Hnua Servant. Apph "I ribuua < >ffic," 1 tBLEGRVMS Mav 13th 1913, Washington, n.—The break in the democratic ranks, winch yesterday threatened to delay the course of tariff legislation in the senate has already been repaired, and Senator Simmons is coniidcnt tiial when the ate meets again on Tuesday he will have the votes to send the I -. bill to the finance 1 onimitti e without instruct. I 1 .don. 11. — The season is in full swing everywhere, and all the hotels are utilized for special entertainments. 1 Carltoa, Ritz, and Savoy lare that there are no mi i' odations. in, 1 i.-r-That the opening] of the Panama Canal will make I America a much more dangercompetitor to all fiel Is ol 1 industry and commerce than she j 11 'w is and that Europe mustj strain < very ner e t ip is the opinion of Pup Phenippen, the gem ral director of the North (i-rman Lloyd Company. Amei icas trad ng cham es, he says, will be most remarkabh improved in the Far E 1 st. of sixty men has to be im 1 ed to nearlv one Inn Ired. F OUM Mud, B t, about nodel, paint ). — ' ..•I ().„ n i| 1 il j I ( IS transom. I ; vd communicate with THE COMMISSIONER, Nicolls Town, Andros London, 1 Four bombs and three jni • %  ndi.ny tires constituted the days record of sufactivity to-da> One bomb '.v. 1 tin 'Vai >:!y football pa\ illion at Cambridge and almost acted that object. Another bomb was found in ai ting-room at busy Lime Slrei I statii n in Liveq ool. A third bom!, was found in the s irting ro m of the Reading Post 1 liice. A tin canister, containing 4J gunpowder cartrid A'as found t in the Empire Palace Theatre at Dublin. London, 11 -That the interest in the race for the British .national trophy, IO lie held mi the Solent, in the South of England, this •summer, will be even [reater than usual is assured by the [act that France will be represented in the contest, as well as the United States. USE OF Typewriter London, 11 -I larcourt Gold, the famous Oxford rowing coach, will sail 00 Thursday next lo coach the Yale crew in its final preparations to meet I larvard. London, 11.— The loss thus lai (.aused by suffragettes is estimated at $5,000,000. 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THE T R 1 BU N E which, by a miracle, wart all rerered, notwithstanding that many rw buried in the mud. An historic accident to r< perns occurred the fu-t time Queen opened Parliament in State at the beginning of her reign. 'I lie office of carrying the crown re the girl Queen was entrust-; ed tn tiit-n Duke of Arygyll, who' stnmlilsd on entering the gilded chamber, and the symbol of sovereignty fell the Boor with such via | Ience that some <>f the geams were dislodged. The Duke of Wellington, with military promptitude, placed a guard round the spot, a somewhat uncomplimentary action Considering the tune and place. The Committee of the Chamber of Commerce for the Bahamian Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibition, at Toronto. August and Sept ember, of thia year, have decided to place a Special Exhibition Number of "The Strombus" on aale at the exhibition as named above. Exhibitors. Business men generally. Lodging House Keepers, Boarding House Keepers.Owners of places to rent as winter residences. Owners of Boats, etc., etc., would do well to advertise in the ExhibitionNumberand bringtheir business to the notice of the many thousands of Canadians who will visit th's exhibition, and who are e. growing factor in our tourist business. Special rates. Space should be secured early. %  More than two thousand of this issue will be printed which will make it the most valuable advertising medium ever published In he Bahamas. No one who has anything to sell or to hire should be left out of the Exhibition Number of "The Strombus." THE SPECIAL CALL 4.T THE R.OYAL STORE O UR "Royal" Household Brand E lour tailing at ad pence per lb. and 30s. per bag of 10,6 lbs, •Wnidrn Star Flout a lbs for 3^1. and "Laurel Brand" Flout" albs for M i Centennial Flour per bag Pi i Feet in Vinegai at ;d. per lb, Brown Sug 11 al 2\ I. per lb. I >ui rio " nd cli in, best in town selling al .pi. per quart. All on 1 fn if) good qti 1 ij and ol eap. Pure lam iica n per gal I sMFS L. LAUNDERS A: Co. \ issau N. P. I1.1 ham is, April |$tll 1 (i t. BON MARCHE CLOSING OUT THE F.NTIR.E STOCK AT GREATLY RF.DIICRD PRICES rOR ONE MONTH. The Vogue andAu Bon Marche TK. L.Mn S10.1 stores. Closing Sale of Seasons Goods. High Class Goods at very reduced prices. Beautiful Irish Lnces and Insertions. A few very select Irish Lace Hats, exquisite degigns Geisha, Crepes with Laces to match. Irish Hand Embroidered R.obes and Waists 25 per cent off. Irish Linens. White and Coloured. Striped Tussore Suitings. f£t Cutlery a fine assortment of: R VZORS Table Knives Pocket Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knives Carving Sets in Cast S. and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. E. Albury. W. A. MATHER. UNDERTAKER. D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that be ha. just received a complete outfit ol facilities foi the business of an uniker, w Inch places him in a position to carry out Funetals that may he entrusted to his care \\ it ti system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their patrnnagi I let my Prices first and prove thai they are the very lowest for fits! cl work. N OT ICE. T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General that I have opened my Public Black Smith Sliop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol General repair 01 new work II Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A H : Bay Street. East t VVharl v| ^ %  • F U S SELL'S CONDlNStl* MILK ^KASUf^"' t^p| '"IPAREO (f ,,, FySSELLBrC-^ TELLS ABOUT 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL WORTH SW TO AMY MAM THEf HOMES CURfil OF MEN'S AILMENTS E.rr afflletod man. aulTann '""" *•>! %  "• %  ••••. ahould "• nrl fur h.. ropy of llu. Woo.Mr.wl IrM bA ll Ul.ain ul.i It.i-nr timi.lt' wor.la how any man can wrlv.,.1. cwft MIMHH it ho-., of ..oh IUOM aa 1'-1 Hoiaon 'Inharitad or Ar.,iiirwdj.| Vital Wea.ro>.. Lo.. of Powar, N-IVO.I I %  I ty ln.lu.-r.tion., j Qmnta or (untaroiia ll..w, Ita Afi. -i'~'ta %  •)' ra.1 Umul Klomarh, Liy.r. K..i !" -y and llla/Mrr Tr..ul,l. • No mat tar low lonir you hav. ntrrrd; liow old or alul,l.om your caa. ; how, ofMfi you hay. fai I lo find r.lif or how diarouranni and down hrarU-d you arr INI boo. will b. a ra.ol.tlor. ,,.. y,.u now floora n.w Ira., on lifa. It la rhuck fu.l of %  rod bound loa.c and adyir. j.n-l th. linrira you anoul.l %  *w r 1 follow^ If you w.... roar .1. Ilm. h.allh. n.nbood r. lorr.1. Mod HIOHT MOW for y.u. ropy of Ihii > o M.aUl-niallrd 'MB. pnatp>.d In plain. a^ll rnrolopa. Oaaoo I DR. JOS. LISTER & CO. SM*. III*.. U S.I.I Exhibition TORONTO 1913 August 23 to September 8 T ill. 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V fa L CO i ifrnite Nvrllius addlctus (urnre in verbs maestri. Being bound to swear lo the Dogmas of r\o Master. %  a VOL. X. M, N. P., Bahamas. Tuesday. May 13, 1913. No. 145 LEON K. H. DUPt'CH, PBUPBII OK KICK %  38 44 MAItKKT STKBB1 1 N P %  % %  PUBLISHED l>\n 1 Monday, .Vednesdiiy ami 1-, 1 %  %  ..>. • %  IV Tuesday, Churiday and Saturday. single ropy i,| Week I v ,;,! Mont li I v I, ,,| > la t e c I y ... ... .. 4 s. HalfYearh Vraiiv PAYABLE IN A inV 1 1 Advertising Ratea: Sia penej pet I [in first 111 -<-i111 HI three pence pei line '<>r second insertion; and one penny per line fts under stfrhl linos 4s. SI ARVING A I THE POLES. Plucky Explored Who I lave Only Just Missed Captain Scott's Sad Fate. "Ikploriiig in the Arctic and Antarctic it just .1 gamble with death — with odd* nil in/side of death." Tins is what Shackleton Mid just before he started on his last expedition. How true his winds were, recent everts have shown. And •shackle ton himself had a timilai exp"'i en. c to thai of pun Scott, onlv lie just managed to win through, while Scot 1 and hit brave comrades died when almost within light of plenty. It happened during his return journey in 1909, when he got to within less th in 100 miles of the Pole. Sh ickletnn and his fellow explorers were quite without food, weak, and utterly worn out, when they picked ti|> their first provision depot in the waning light alier one of the hardest day's marches they had heen (ailed upon to perform. Had they failed— and their success was due more to Rood fortune than anything else—they must inevitably Wave perished. Another Striking instance is furnished by the adventures of Mr. Aubyn Trevor-llattye while icebound on Kolguev, an island in the Arctic 0:ean. Stumbling along n a blizzard with one companion, famished and nearly frozen, they almost fell over a I" choom (native skin hut) ni a spot where no natives were supposi be. SAVED I'-V TWO SAMOYEDS. Pulling aside the flap, they crawls I m. "At first," say-. Mr. I revor-Battye, "we thought • e [dace w 1deserted. The whole floor was a in its of skins. Nothing iem itelv like a human being could be seen. And then the i 1 1 ol the choom began to bubble and rise, as it were, and out of the bubbling 1 .niie a little man and a lit tie woin. HI all ''lad in skins." Tbey proved to be imoyeds, a eurious rac* ol little people, not u dike Eskimos in appearance, who had landed on the ,slanl to hunt for se ii-. Tin v took care of the expl s. fed Ihem, and cared for then until they were rescued by a relief ship. Quite as lucky, and even more dramatic, was Nansen's meeting with Major I-. 11. lackson amri the frozen wastes of Franc Josef I.ami in the summer of 1806. Neither explorer dreamt of the pre. sencc of the other, and th rha. were about a million lo against their meeting one another. Yet meet they did, with the result th it N in ten, and ins heroic com. pinion. Lieutenant J ihansen, were sved from certain death, They hni leli their ship ill' "'liam," over a yeai previously, and -• %  at the end of thru resouti as When Command) r Pe iry, alter Ins unsuccessful dash [or the N nth Pole m 10 '' %  I' id lo ret ire with the loss of all Ins dogS and rOuiptTient, he and his party reached Hazen Land in %  starving condition. I hey had eaten their skin boots, and had not a tingle mouth ful of anything left. ATE MUSK OXEN' FOR FORTY EH 1HT HOURS Now, Hazen Land lies to the north of Greenland, which is all covered with an ice-cap. It WHS not supposed for a moment that any land mammal would be found there. Yet hardly had the famish ed exploiers set foot on shore when to their unbounded surprise and delight, they fell in with a herd ol seven musk oxen, killing them all. Such a lea-t I" ir two day, and nights they s it roun I tut* lire of moss an I w Mow twigs, inside their "1.. Fro* n in w blocks, and ate continuously, with onlv 00 iSi na brief wink, i| sleep. For forty-eight hours the banquet lasted, and when it did at lengt 1 com* to an end the pile >>f %  le in" 1 b >nes utsi le their '-hel IT tol 1 its own tale. The late Captain ld rope which used to adorn the neck of Queen Alexandra on [rcrt.nn State occasions. On stepping into the gilded coach on her way to 1 Mate opening of Parliament in '.Ulas; reign her necklace caught m the ornale door-handle, and the pearls fell in a shower, and rolled from |l*e crimson carpet nn lo the muddy ground. Instantly greet officers of s tate, etjui I royal servants were alike buty endeavour, ing to find the scattered gem*, (Continued from first page) -L 8.


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V
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Nvrllius addlctus (urnre in verbs maestri.
Being bound to swear lo the Dogmas of r\o Master.
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VOL. X.
M, N. P., Bahamas. Tuesday. May 13, 1913.
No. 145
LEON K. H. DUPt'CH,

Pbupbii
OK KICK 38 44 MAItKKT STKBB1
1 N P
PUBLISHED l>\n 1
Monday, .Vednesdiiy ami 1-, 1 ..>.
' IV
Tuesday, Churiday and Saturday.
single ropy ........ i,|
Week I v ,;,!
Mont li I v ......I, ,,|
, > la t e c I y ... ... .. 4 s.
HalfYearh
Vraiiv
PAYABLE IN A inV 1 1
Advertising Ratea: Sia penej pet I.....
[in first 111 -<-i111 hi three pence pei line
'<>r second insertion; and one penny per
line f Ad* >ts under stfrhl linos 4s.
SI ARVING A I THE POLES.
Plucky Explored Who I lave Only
Just Missed Captain Scott's Sad
Fate.
"I- kploriiig in the Arctic and
Antarctic it just .1 gamble with
death with odd* nil in/- side of
death."
Tins is what Shackleton Mid
just before he started on his last
expedition.
How true his winds were, recent
everts have shown. And shackle
ton himself had a timilai exp"'i
en. c to thai of pun Scott, onlv lie
just managed to win through,
while Scot 1 and hit brave comrades
died when almost within light of
plenty.
It happened during his return
journey in 1909, when he got to
within less th in 100 miles of the
Pole. Sh ickletnn and his fellow -
explorers were quite without food,
weak, and utterly worn out, when
they picked ti|> their first provision
depot in the waning light alier
one of the hardest day's marches
they had heen (ailed upon to per-
form.
Had they failedand their suc-
cess was due more to Rood fortune
than anything elsethey must in-
evitably Wave perished.
Another Striking instance is fur-
nished by the adventures of Mr.
Aubyn Trevor-llattye while ice-
bound on Kolguev, an island in
the Arctic 0:ean. Stumbling along
n a blizzard with one companion,
famished and nearly frozen, they
almost fell over a I" choom '
(native skin hut) ni a spot
where no natives were supposi
be.
SAVED I'-V TWO
SAMOYEDS.
Pulling aside the flap, they
crawls I m. "At first," say-. Mr.
I revor-Battye, "we thought e
[dace w 1- deserted. The whole
floor was a in its of skins. Nothing
iem itelv like a human being could
be seen. And then the i 1 1 ol the
choom began to bubble and rise,
as it were, and out of the bubbling
1 .niie a little man and a lit tie wo-
in.hi all ''lad in skins."
Tbey proved to be imoyeds, a
eurious rac* ol little people, not
u dike Eskimos in appearance,
who had landed on the ,slanl to
hunt for se ii-. Tin v took care
of the expl......s. fed Ihem, and
cared for then until they were
rescued by a relief ship.
Quite as lucky, and even more
dramatic, was Nansen's meeting
with Major I-. 11. lackson amri
the frozen wastes of Franc Josef
I.ami in the summer of 1806. Nei-
ther explorer dreamt of the pre.
sencc of the other, and th rha.
were about a million lo
against their meeting one another.
Yet meet they did, with the result
th it N in ten, and ins heroic com.
pinion. Lieutenant J ihansen, were
sved from certain death, They
hni leli their ship ill' "'liam,"
over a yeai previously, and -
at the end of thru resouti as
When Command) r Pe iry, alter
Ins unsuccessful dash [or the N nth
Pole m 10 '' I' id lo ret ire with
the loss of all Ins dogS and rOuip-
tTient, he and his party reached
Hazen Land in starving condi-
tion. I hey had eaten their skin
boots, and had not a tingle mouth
ful of anything left.
ATE MUSK OXEN' FOR FORTY
EH 1HT HOURS
Now, Hazen Land lies to the
north of Greenland, which is all
covered with an ice-cap. It whs
not supposed for a moment that
any land mammal would be found
there. Yet hardly had the famish
ed exploiers set foot on shore when
to their unbounded surprise and
delight, they fell in with a herd ol
seven musk oxen, killing them all.
Such a lea-t I" ir two day, and
nights they s it roun I tut*
lire of moss an I w Mow twigs, in-
side their "1.. Fro* n in w
blocks, and ate continuously, with
onlv 00 iSi na brief wink, i|
sleep. For forty-eight hours the
banquet lasted, and when it did at
lengt 1 com* to an end the pile >>f
le in" 1 b >nes utsi le their '-helit
tol 1 its own tale.
The late Captain Petty Officer I-"v. ;-. a :ain,
i, irrowly - tap I in 'lie year 1 .
when Scott discovered the South
Pole.
On theii return journey their
food gave out ei e th -v ha |
the first of th tain of food da
pots. It had been I at th*
fool of a "nun itak" (mountain-top
jutting through the ice.i
this ihey fade I to I 1 sate
Blank despair settled down on
them, when Evans1 caught
of the tiny black blob Fai B to the
eastward of the course they were
pursuing.
Of course, thej imme liately
tinne i aside and burrie 1 lows
it. Hut their enforced haste near-
ly cost them their lives ere In v
got there; once through tumbling
into a crevasse, an 1 mice through
falling over an ice cataract, an im-
mense congealed Niagara more
than 200 feet high.
MISHAPS TO ROYAL GEMS.
The accident which recently
befell the pearl neckl ice ol the
Queen Dowagei ol Italy, when the
string broke and the priceless little
spheres were scattered in every
direction, recalls .1 similar mishap
to the splendid fivi I >ld rope which
used to adorn the neck of Queen
Alexandra on [rcrt.nn State occa-
sions.
On stepping into the gilded
coach on her way to 1 Mate open-
ing of Parliament in '.U- las; reign
her necklace caught m the ornale
door-handle, and the pearls fell
in a shower, and rolled from |l*e
crimson carpet nn lo the muddy
ground. Instantly greet officers
of state, etjui I royal ser-
vants were alike buty endeavour,
ing to find the scattered gem*,
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lyville. I ong Island, -it a dis-
of over 4,' o milts.
11, 10. -The king and
1 ni \' 101 !' day wit-
1 A'-rui hi' ic in i' oeuveis
Pr con iclual wai fare.
airship Gami la dropped a
Id bomb, setting fire to the Furze
ihes.
Ofldon, 10. Tli'" la'est form of
suffragette attack is il e mutilation
taxicahs, one of which h*d its
|rior fittings ruined ti
is a small affair 1 1 < imparj.
iviili ihe campaign of arson,
[latest exploit Jof which is the
truction of a large country
e 1.ear Harrow in-Furness be-
kging to Lord Cavendish,
'he Suffragettes also made an
rensive -aid on pillar post I
Romford.
London, 10. The anxiety of tlie
Priti--h authorites over the threat
ff the militant suffragettes to
fcbpse their destructive BCtS "f the
pnst week was displayed this
jornwg when Premier .'\squith
ini Winston Churchill left Water
Too Station to proi eed to the coast
order to join the admiralty
echt Enchantress, on which they
nil make f,n extended cruise in
the Mediterranean.
A larue number of naval aides
l&r. camp and railway officials sur-
Baj'ndtd the party.
Beyond these there was an outer
Circle of detectives to protect the
I rDinistert.
Mr. Asquith and Churclii'l in-
tend to inspect the British gam-
in S and naval stations in the
led i ten anon.
. Washington, 10.--Negotiations
pet ween America and Japan re-
it. ling the California land legis-
lation formally were initiated to-
day when s,ecretaj-y Bryan had
two meetings with the Japanese
Ambassador at the state depart-
finent.
Washington( 10. 'Ihe firt
authentic and political report of
t he federal governments investiga-
tion of the I'liedmaiin tuberculosis
VBCi ine made public lice to-day.
declares (lie results of the public
be 11 tli service obSCI va lions SO far
do "Not justify that confidence
in the 1 emedy which h is been
inspired by widespread publicity."
PUNISHMEN I I >R BOMB-
THROWERS.
Apropos the recent attempt on
Lord Hardinge, many writers to
the correspondence columns of the
Indian newspaper are evidently of
the opinion that hanging is too
good for hnmh-lhrowers. It has
been left to the "limes of India"
to receive the most picturesque of
tins class of letter. It comes from
"a Paisi," whose i 1 stions in
del 11 |s a r!
i. That he (the Anarchist) should
be dpi U 10I led d iwn at Ii as I tie
hour a rlav, pai ki d in n\ linai)
wood cask fixed tvtth "harp-paint-
ed nails on all sidei of tl e cask.
2. At least s.v se\ iripi
daily should be given early in ihi
morniBg, and sail water spread on
the Spot "f strip s given.
3. For the r. si of the <\'<\
the 1 ow ird sh.....I be bi 1
down with his d< vil black fac<
ground and heav^ l< >ad s 1 >uld
I 1 I ml ..ii his sin uldi r fn m morn
ing tiil evet
y. Sleep s ''en ni verj
dark room, and the i" nil 111
full of haras-p
b, Food and waier of very in-
!-. 1 ior qual ity should I to
the coward on e 1 daj
This treatment, we a re told
should be continued I >r one yen,
after winch the Anaichisl is to
"brutally hangi
j*
WHY LIONS' ill. \0> ON
I 01 N I UN
Most of the thine* that are cus.
tomary with us had some good
reason for then orig n. though we
are apt to accept them and not 111
quire what thai origin was. The
ianv public f un.
ta ins, w hethei foi man or bi it,
comes out of a lion's, mouth, I'ul
you evei stop to think why a lion's
head sl ould b< eh< sen in preference
to any oilier design ?
This is said t'i the reason :
Among the ancii nt I 1 \ \ <\ ian* 1 h
rising of ihe waters ol the River
Nile was the most important event
of the year, is it I life and
proapei itj to tin 0 hoi nal i' in.
Tins 1 is:n of the w it< is always
took 1 lac w "-ii 1 he sn u as ,u
the consultation of Leu, or the
lion. So tlie) idopled llie shape of
a lion as the H nbol for the life,
giving waters nf ihr Nile, and all
their fount line wi r< cai we I with a
lion's head. I hfl ( in pits
Ri imans copii rl 1 nbol, and
so it has come down to us
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MORP. S( MOOI BOY
HOWLERS.
The Seven Great Towers of
Europe are gravity, electricity,
steam, gas, fly-wheels, and motors,
and Mr. Lloyd I c
Tennyson wrote a beautiful
poem called "In Memorandum."
Louise XVI. was gelalincd dur-
ing the French Revolution.
James I. died of Bl JUt,
Queer Elizabeth was tall and
thin, but she was a stout Protest
tant.
Gender shows whether a man is
masculine, feminine, or neuter.
An FqHiiox is a man wdio lives
near the North Pole.
Id. WISE, FOOLISH.
In housekeeping, as in other things in life.
one should look ahead. Do not be induced
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,
USE IT, and preserve your
clothes and household linen.
LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, ^
Port Sunlight, England. -^^P
onto Exhibition
1913
August 23 to r
Tl I E Comm i'tei ted bj
the ha nI
to 01 ganize the Halmum- brsrl
d be glad : "ffeis
from intending I ubih tori ol hnj
of the undermentioned Mrticlrs, as
el I as anv others that H re-
rommend themselves for the pur.
p''Si :
Sisd Fruit
Sp Mats
Canned I'me-apples Shells
i anned Tornat es Curios
: vis. various Woods
Plants, potted I arvingi
us T01 totse She11
tobacco Tortoise Shell \\ >r I,
Bark Cotton
Shell Basket Wok.
All Exhibits must lie in the
li.- mis ol the Committee in lim
lor the Steamer leaving tins port
August ist, 1913.
I y tn
IAS. E. M.i'i'kV,
Chairmnr,
in
CHAS. |. ABBOTT,
Secretary.
Why import Butter
from New York?
It costs more than jocti. per lb.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 4-}cts. per 11). ami weight
guaranti
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No.
145
LEON i:. H. DUPI I'll,
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si ARVING AT THE Pi M.LS.
Plucky Explorer! Who Have Only
Just Missed Captain Scott's Sad
Fate.
"E xpl iriufi in the Arctic aod
Antarctic ii just i g imbie ith
dr.iiiiwith odds on the tide of
death."
This is what Shackleton Mid
just before he started on his k*a|
expedition.
How tine his Words were, recent
evens have shown. And Shackle
ton himself had a similai experi
ence to that of poor Scott, onlj he
just managed to win through,
wlnlc Scotl and his brave comrades
died when almost within sight of
plenty.
It happened during his return
journey in 1009, hen lie got to
withm leu than 100 miles of the
Pole, Shackleton and Ins fellow.
explorers were unite without food,
weak, and Utterly worn out, when
they picked up their first provision
depot in the waning li^ht after
one of the hardest day's man Ins
they had been railed upon to per-
form.
Had they failedand their suc-
cess was Hue more to good fortune
than anything elsethey must in-
evitably have perished.
Another striking instance is fur-
nished by the adventures of Mr,
Aubyn Trevor-Battye while ice-
bound on Kolguev, an island m
the Arctic Onean. Stumbling along
n a blizzard with one companion,
famished and nearly frozen, they
almo fell over 1 low cho 1 n '
kin hut) m a spot
where no natives were supposi
be.
SAVED BY TWO
SAMOYEDS.
Pulling aside the flap, they
eraw le I in, "At first," says Mr.
Trevor-Battye, "we thought the
place was deserted. The whole
Boor w is .1 m iss of skins. Nothing
iem itely like a human being could
be seen. And then the floor of the
1 1110m beg in to bubble and 1 ise,
as it were, and out of the bubbling
Came a little man apd 1 little wo-
rn m all cl id in sk
Phey proved lo be S'amoyeds, .1
eurious race ol little people, not
u ihke Eskimos in appearance,
who had landed on the islan I to
hunt for SS l|S, Ihv I.....( rare
of the expl irors, fed ihem, and
cared for them until they
rescued by a relief ship.
Quite as lucky, ami even more
dramatic, was Nansen's meeting
with Majoi F. (i. lackson amid
the frozen wastes ii[ Franc Josei
Land in the summer of l8u6. Nei-
ther explorer dreamt of the pre.
sence <>l the. other, and th ehanci I
were about a million to one
. ist theii meeting one another.
Yet meet iliev ill I, with the result
that Nansen, and Ins heroic coin-
pinion, Lieutenant J ihansen, were
sived from certain death. They
had lelt their ship the "Fram,"
1 year previously, and w
at the end of theii resources.
When Commandei Peary, alter
his unsuccessful dash for the \ irth
Pole in 1 ', had to 1 1 ire with
the loss of all his di gl and equip-
ment, he ami his party reached
Hazen Lan I in starving condi-
tion, I hey had a iten their skin
boott, and Ii ad not a single mouth
ful of anything left.
ATE MUSK i IXEN FOR FORTY
EIGHT HOURS.
Now, Hazen Land lies to the
north of Greenland, which is all
covered with an ice-cap. It was
not supposed for a moment that
any land mammal would be found
there. Yet hardly had the famish-
ed exploiers set foot on shore when
to their unbounded surprise mi I
delight, they fell in with a herd ot
seven musk oxen, killing them all.
Sucli a fea-t f ir two days ami
nights they 1 n round theii t>itv
fire of moss and Wil twigs, in*
sule theii "iglo 1" ol Frost -n snow
blocks, and ite ml iouo isly, w ith
only OCr Ijion il href wink .
sleep. For forty.eighl hours the
banquet lasted, and when it did at
length come lo an end the pile of
cleaned I) mes outside their shelter
told its own '
The late Captain ^ >tt and
Petty OJB si Evans, again, only
narrowly escaped in the ye.u iqoj,
when Scott discovered the South
Pole,
On theii return journey their
fund gave "'ii ere In \ b id reached
the drst of th tain of food da
pots, hi,! in placed it tin
toot of a "nunatak" (mountain.top
jutting through the ice-cap), an I
tins they failed 10 locate
Blank despair settled down on
them, when Evans* caught sight
of the tiny black blob fai iff to the
eastward of the corns, they were
pursuing,
(i[ course, th 13 imme Ii itely
turned aside and hurried towai Is
it. lint their enforced haste near-
ly cost them their lives ere Ihey
got there; once through tumbling
into a crevasse, and once through
falling over an ice catar ict, an im.
ne use congealed Niag ira more
than 200 feet high.
MISHAPS 10 ROYAL GEMS.
The accident whii h recently
befell the pearl 1 of the
Queen Dowager of It. 1 the
String broke and the priceless little
spheres were scattered in every
direction, recalls a similar mishap
to the splendid fivefold rope which
used to adorn the neck of Queen
Alexandra on |( or..mi State occa-
sions.
On stepping into the gilded
coach on her way to 1 "tnra open.
ing of Parliament in th- last reign
her necklace caught in Die ornate
door-handle, and the pearls fell
in a shower, and rolled from the
crimson carpet on 10 the muddy
ground. Instantly great officers
of State, equerries, and royal ser-
vants were alike busy endeavour*
ing to find the scattered gems,
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1
THE TR 1 B
Zbc {Tribune
Tuesdnv. May 12.191V
We give below two quota-
linen daily They live in a large i Esq., has !
bouse, with a burden of rates| Charles J. Kelly,
and rent which is a constant
nightmare.They keep a s rvant,
whose tiny wages, and keep
even, represent the d iff ere
between comfort and skimping.
They have to keep-up appeal
tions which put clearly before,
imfmin.i.ff.L, IC 1 hev have u. keep-up a
some of W VT anc!t,,e POcertand butcher
, h consumers suffer when a j week the verv |aundr/bi a trn.
etive system prevails: i, Then imagine thiaf.mil)
i based by
Esq., as a
residence.
Then is a talk of the estab-
lishment I 'I a Sis '1 I'.v ban
this Ct\ \s here .ill -iisal rai
.1" t.i the hiahf.-t '
dor ami at tin- same tin i i
i cheering the shoddy jibes at the
ippose under a system of
tariff revision the tariff-fed -r "i,,~-" iJ i
Tn,.. . i ieui I-r.-e Irade "Lur^e of cheapness
i rusts sliuuu 1 be, some of them i i i r
rnmn I, ,r app anting the clap trap of
compelled to cut in half the uW i iL u c .
..,-', ," *n.e "Broadening the bans of tax
dendTZJ"!? "< yCar,y- d,T' ation/'swallowing the fearsome
theirs '"u "" staff dished up in Tariff n
,1;.'" ,il'"'-'^.andth.lt. | crowning their folly
a result, there shoul f, lhe ,aillllI.. r,m.
>eai or ess ii, vi- ii i l
. ., oi icss .tell JSh ? J th< these good easy souls who
steel ra.K lumber.. t0 [their thinking done in theshSm
anK' "k l,npUt"' i^ellery facVorietof Birming.
wnm ?, In?' '*" Let us take away the
c- se' fr l,'l"S,! '!', SU< h*'splendid suppl.es of fore gn beef
la! I 1,mul 'jgtand f cheap cheese, eggs, and but-
howl. But what would Jo, r< Leive their stomachs at
Robinson, and Smith, and Mrs
Jones, Mrs. Robins in, and Mrs
Smith, and their children, and
grandchild,- n up and down in
the land have to say? Would not
tne howls of the frost be drown
ed in the hosannasof tl
1 lie experiment is well worth
the trying. Would not the
money ol the toih rs be left
wfeere it I elongs, in the po<
Vf th toilers? "Philadelphia
Record, April ist 1913.
"Do you think that when we
! I raders harp so much on
the cruelty of tariffs on the ne-
anes of life, we have merely
so called "l.ov. rs" in
our mind Do you believe,
when you listen with cynical
Indifference, and sneer at "us as
agitators, that only the very
1 nor are to suffer;that even
lf we a,re right, it is JUst the
Matoes" who will bear the bur-
den, and may be l"ft to revoft
or (l!'- ? Let 1 e tell you that in
thishighl) respe t. ledtotrict
a distri. 1 wh re Frei Traders
are probably uous by
their scarcity there will be
more \ privation and dis-
tress than p. in my slum
in neighbouring Portsmouth ?
t>pi< all ase. I he father
was had lerk, trembling
daily at the forty"
terror of latter day business;
the son a 1 |< rk on a salarv
which scar, el) k< pS him in
clothing; yet never daring
father or son, to appear in any-
thing but well cut and fairlv
nald, Esq.
0 1. Mel "!,.,id, Esq Con
sion 1 f Ai Muus 1 ow n 1
Sab. 111 -i llt< 'i 1
the mercy of lhe protected Bri
tish food-monger. Put lat first)
just a paltrj 10 per cent upon
the badges of their gentil
their clothing, boots, and tin
Freeze them out of their berths
by trusts, combines, and amal
itions, with their economics
m stalls. Swell the rents of their
houses and the furnishing there-
of by so mucu as please the
landlord and the manufartun 1
And then, well, what will hap
pen ? l.et them ask themst Ives.
They have no unions to fighl
their battles ; they are far loo
ile to strike They
could only suffer, as they would
suffer. They could only work
as they would work to recover
the Free Trade condi'ions and
We '-' ild 1 mud our read 1
of the 'oni 11 to i 1
n v hiii rr<>w
: ., ; tent lii
Hi ilumn.
*'
1 > Di st ict Ta 1 No
3 of th 1 ol I and
Chan's beg in its sessi< 'ii
day with a Pul I
Zii 1 Baptisi Chun Ii win r a
combination of reli Hid
H icercises made u
lengthy programi
full n
went in procession l 1 and om
Church bj a R
and made an impos
cle.
The schooner "Loui I ai
1 [vi rl to day from Miami v ith
a cargo . the loli., \ iug 1
Vlisses Mai na M< Kenzie,
l.i slie McKenzie, Ethel Murrup,
Evelina Miller, Maggie Finlay
son and Emma Clark : Mi
dames Gertrude Sutherland,
Elizabeth Pinder, Angelina
Sturrup, Rosa Finl lys n and
1).,. ,thj I lark; Mi isrs. Lloyd
Johnson, Emanuel D 'iset, |
ua Franks, lhai les Gilbei t, Zeb
Hall, Eugene Ml Kenzie, Jai
privileges they threw awav at | Hall, fcugene M< kenzie, ..
[he behest of what is today a Mabme. Jneiah Un, Harn
leaderlessand discredited party,' Pyfrom, Joseph Morley, Charles
-Mr. Brettc M..rgan at South- Smith, Solomon Mackey, Henrj
_-_ Strachan, Austin Itattrav, i>
ji eph Clark, Samui 1 Clai I. and
Realizing the great nerd of,, I ph Robert
school at "Adelaide," a settle **
ment in the South Western pi 1 ooner
of this Island, and forming a "R. B. White" arrived t.day
portion of the W 1 st< rn Eh ctor from R '
al District, Charles E. Bet hell, empt il !" ' :""-
Esq the Senior Representative Johnson Co.
of the District has guaranteed *
the salarv of a school teacher, Dear Mr. I ribune.
and the Rev. C. I). Lampen th. I wish to en
of Christ Church has letter 111
Re< tor .
undertaken, to superintend the
school. It is now open with a
goodly number of children.
The property in Union Street,
"Britisher"
.. youi issue <>l loth inst.
The same thing has often per-
plexed my weak brain, and now
sir 1 have other perplexities.
Provision is made somehow and
somewhere that neither the
expensivf garments, with clean I lately owned by T. S. Hilton,'Speaker or Deputy Speaker of
the House ol Ass. mbly, shall 1 e
members of the Executivew>un-
cil or hold any public oll.ee
\ hatsoe\ er, also I r the Chief
Ii.stii e not to be either a mem-
ber of lhe Exe 'utive wr ! gis
tive Coun. ils -aturdaj issue
of the "< i ttes the
Ho. I', t VYi II- Durr. nt, w h
s a -..! the I -. u
1 ivi islmivk t'oun
\ Cliief IfStice. anH
. I G. M colm, Esq. who I the
e Sp< aker of th< 11 if
to he Vctiiif! \ttor-
i.e. < iem ral. What I '
: five
Count ii .ll now r. ir I"' morq
in the House I \ isembfe
|i ctors vote,! 111. anl
there set ms no remedy for itl
Referring again to I utyf
American Consul sitting and
Voting m the I louse, this is no-
thing new,as it will be reiri'-r.i
1 th it 1 Ion. T. Darling and
\ 1 Moseli j held the same
iil nlv. Fur
tana, R. W.& I q- was
,. an < lonsul foi m ny years
g I.. Taylor, Esq Norwi igan
,,,-mI a ! yel they both cm
ied seats in tlif I louse and
took part in its proceedii
\, verth less Mr. Tribune,"twp
wrongs tl" not make a right" so
let us try to com t rrors of
the pa-t.
Thanks sir,
1 INCH.
N is-.ui.
r,.i\ -street,
13th May. 1913.
To the Editor of the Tribune."
Dear Sir,
I am an early riser, and sitting
mi im plai e "f businei 5 last
, on Bj street, .t plea
me to see the stream ul woak-
liigmen and woroi 11 from the
subuibs, wending their way to-
wards the Pineapple Canning
Fa tory, where wears told they
were all taken on 'is quit kly as
they pre enl< d themeel 1 for
employment, and although fruit
was arriving in small quantities,
vet the supply was suinoienl to
keep the establishment going
1! eek, with a
redu. ed 1
This week Mr I ditor,
eve, the scene is sou.ewl.at
1 banged. I see the same Ot per.
baps even larger stre ims, going
early every morning with thi u
Factory implements, such as
Aprons, Knives, Gloves, etc.,
which are supplied by the Fac-
tory, to its labourers free of
charge; but I regret 'n say s.r,
in a few minutes I sec them all


r 11 e
K I B L N E
VIRTUES \K"K RF.I A I'ED F< m
II. SAME H\ AS >" I\T\ ICES.
gr >\\ rtxsi rm "
The vici i one; and one
arly alwa i ianipd bv oth
; not sur| | [u| v
I thai lie ii i _: I i . | then a
" smokes cigaretl thn.....iril ih i \ -nth
dment upon requ
hen we learn that a man has rendered n I iedule of
property to th ai r, we take it as a matter of course
he loves his children, and For I i*i iii. if .1 human
fcfl is an sted f r wife beatii in th n he di
(I swe irs
'I In- relation between all g pd habits, as svell a:
iip among bad on< -. is not ai i i ml ti. It is foundei
c|d rule.
Ii i- this: I labits are sjood or badm lethei
' not they enab u to render si V ; i r.nlv
i) on i and ijrn ttui ... iso ial ani nal.
Btati with whom lie co opera'
tht
upon a
raing ; and upon enquiry I
ii that the i au e i- "nopi
local supph of fruit is in
Mite 1 ilar quan<
aily, and consequently the
idle, and it employ
Tfco.
is condition of affairs ope-
badly on all sides, it les-
^e chances of the Factory
gement to secure and hold
mployees, and also drive
o iring classes toi nforced
jen< ., a ... ii day they go
peeling work, and only
(appointed instead.
I he I louse ol Vssembl i. onlj
few nights ago voted "prohibi
n" u, the iiiip.iitatii n "f Foi
;n fruits, dui in themonl
ly. June anil July, as it wai
rued, that it would operate
(rimentally to local growers.
cargoes were brought here
ring the pineapple season, as
fall cargoes would rot, while
t foreign cargoes were being
ili/ed, notwithstanding it be-
r pointed out on th* floor of
I I louse that one of tin* con-
tions of the local contract!
is "that the fruit was to !><
jeived within 24 hours of its
rival at the Fa< tory."
It seems a pity. Mr. Editor,
at this "dog in the manger spi-
House, and thus curtailed the
operations of the Fai toi j, which
if ii were possible to run to its
full capacity, ever) day during
"Short Season," would mean
siderablc to the worl
I his is hat the
I ion Management wanted to
do when they approached the
Legislature for permission to use
their Registered Factory to pack
: than Colonial Pi ts
e is nothing now in the law
to prevent them from using "for-
eign fruits" onl) thc\ cannot do
1 theii present biiil lings and
with their present equipment.
Thanking j >u for -
Von:- i lithfullv,
OBSERVER.
W
WTI'.D. Hnua Servant.
Apph "I ribuua < >ffic,"
1 tBLEGRVMS
Mav 13th 1913,
Washington, n.The break
in the democratic ranks, winch
yesterday threatened to delay
the course of tariff legislation
in the senate has already been
repaired, and Senator Simmons
is coniidcnt tiial when the -
ate meets again on Tuesday he
will have the votes to send the
I -. bill to the finance
1 onimitti e without instruct.
I 1 .don. 11. The season is in
full swing everywhere, and all
the hotels are utilized for special
entertainments.
1 Carltoa, Ritz, and Savoy
lare that there are no
mi i' odations.
in, 1 i.-r-That the opening]
of the Panama Canal will make I
America a much more danger-
competitor to all fiel Is ol 1
industry and commerce than she j
11 'w is and that Europe mustj
strain < very ner e t ip is
the opinion of Pup Phenip-
pen, the gem ral director of the
North (i-rman Lloyd Company.
Amei icas trad ng cham es, he
says, will be most remarkabh
improved in the Far E 1 st.
of sixty men has to be im 1
ed to nearlv one Inn Ired.
F
OUM
Mud,
B t, about
nodel, paint
). '
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1
il .
j I ( IS
transom. I ; vd
communicate with
THE COMMISSIONER,
Nicolls Town, Andros
London, 1 Four bombs
and three jni ndi.ny tires con-
stituted the days record of suf-
activity to-da>. One
bomb '.v. 1
tin 'Vai >:!y football pa\ illion
at Cambridge and almost ac-
ted that object.
Another bomb was found in
ai ting-room at
busy Lime Slrei I statii n in
Liveq ool.
A third bom!, was found in
the s irting ro m of the Reading
Post 1 liice.
A tin canister, containing 4J
gunpowder cartrid A'as found
t in the Empire Palace
Theatre at Dublin.
London, 11 -That the inter-
est in the race for the British
.national trophy, IO lie held
mi the Solent, in the South of
England, this summer, will be
even [reater than usual is assur-
ed by the [act that France will
be represented in the contest, as
well as the United States.
USE OF
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London, 11 -I larcourt Gold,
the famous Oxford rowing
coach, will sail 00 Thursday
next lo coach the Yale crew in
its final preparations to meet
I larvard.
London, 11.The loss thus
lai (.aused by suffragettes is es-
timated at $5,000,000. This es
timate does not include the
large amounts spent in protect
mg the* property of individuals
from possible ait 1
At the present time an aver
age of tin ee detec ii\.--, is requii
ed for shadowing each cabinet
minister, and at times, this staff
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which, by a miracle, wart all re-
rered, notwithstanding that
many rw buried in the mud.
An historic accident to r<
perns occurred the fu-t time Queen
opened Parliament in
State at the beginning of her reign.
'I lie office of carrying the crown
re the girl Queen was entrust-;
ed tn tiit-n Duke of Arygyll, who'
stnmlilsd on entering the gilded
chamber, and the symbol of sove-
reignty fell the Boor with such via |
Ience that some <>f the geams were
dislodged. The Duke of Welling-
ton, with military promptitude,
placed a guard round the spot, a
somewhat uncomplimentary action
Considering the tune and place.
The Committee of the Chamber
of Commerce for the Bahamian
Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibi-
tion, at Toronto. August and Sep-
t ember, of thia year, have decided
to place a Special Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Strombus" on aale at
the exhibition as named above.
Exhibitors. Business men gene-
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Boarding House Keepers.Owners
of places to rent as winter resi-
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would do well to advertise in the
ExhibitionNumberand bringtheir
business to the notice of the many
thousands of Canadians who will
visit th's exhibition, and who are
e. growing factor in our tourist
business.
Special rates. Space should be
secured early.
More than two thousand of this
issue will be printed which will
make it the most valuable adver-
tising medium ever published In
he Bahamas. No one who has
anything to sell or to hire should
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of "The Strombus."
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THE R.OYAL STORE
OUR "Royal" Household
Brand E lour tailing at ad
pence per lb. and 30s. per bag of
10,6 lbs,
Wnidrn Star Flout a lbs for 3^1.
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for M
i Centennial Flour per bag
Pi i Feet in Vinegai at ;d. per lb,
Brown Sug 11 al 2\ I. per lb. I >ui
rio nd cli in, best in town
selling al .pi. per quart.
All on 1 fn if)
good qti 1 ij and ol eap.
Pure lam iica n per
gal
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Closing Sale of Seasons Goods.
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Beautiful Irish Lnces and
Insertions. A few very select
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Geisha, Crepes with Laces to
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ft Cutlery
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Butcher Knives
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DR. JOS. LISTER & CO.
SM*.
III*.. U S.I.I
Exhibition
TOR-
ONTO
1913
August 23 to September 8
Till. Conir mted by
the i hamI '' ol I'ornipi
to organize the Kdi.n' s l.xluliil
would be glad to n 'tilers
from intending El il any
of t he undei menl < i t icli s, as
wel I as any other* that m igltt re-
commend themselves f. .r the pur-
pose :
Sisal
Sponge
Canoed Pine
t'.mned |. >m i S
Preserves, vari us
Plants, pot led
Cigars
Tol
I la i k
Fruit
Matt
Shells
('urios
Woods
i arvines
I ortf.ise Si "
i-e Shell \\ .; V
("..i Inn
Shell Beak*! Worl .
All Exhibits must be in the
I hands ol the Committee in time
tor the Steamer leaving 'his port
' August is', 11, I 3.
Ij to
Chnirntnr.
-1
CH .S. I. Ml'' 'I T.
Sex retary,
Why import Butter
from New York ?
It costs more than IS. per II1.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 44cts. per II). and weight
guaranteed.
_____NEW YOR.K MOUSi:
Williams ShoeS
Are BETTER
FOR SALE BY TENDER.
ONE Half of that desirable
Ruilding I "t on t he fi let a
sTde of Mackaj street, fronting on
Bay-street 81 fee", end runrhrg
southwaiilly 133 Feet.
The right is ft* 1 ved to n ject
the whole or any of the endi is.
Tenders ill be received bj
I. M KNOWLES,
528 East Ray street, until the 31st,
Maj, 1913,
I OR HIRE.
A^IX ROOM DWELLING!
IK )C*SE with bath room nti
Inched and all out door tonveil|
11 nc'.s including a Tank.
East Street, South, opposite
Nassau Pi is< >,
Apply to
1 IS LAING
Blue I Ml St, South
FOR SALE ol< REN l.
'pil\l romlortnbl* Dwelling
I 111.1, .. Deveaus Street,
111,11 Bay,
For p irticulars ned let ms, com*
u lit ,ite with
I-hi D. N. !' IWE,
"I In Fi >rest," I \ iiina.
Also
\n almost new PianoBest
Make, ^pply ' above.
A SACRI l> CONCI R I
WILL fD.V.J
BE HELD IN ZION BAPTIST
CHURCH
ON WBDNPSDAY 14.H1 MAY.
AT 8 p.m.
DOORS OPKN AT 7:30
I IGHT Kl.rKI.SIIMi NTS
WILL BE SOLD Al THECLOSE
TICKETS Cd. and 3).


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