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I Mi-T R I n U .\ I. persons \v4II attend the congress an* 1 it is evident that the meeting will be representative df tin profession in the various Ruropran countries, America mid the British I lorn in ions, RECEIVING PHIS WEEK AT B I. A C K'S 232 Bay-Street and THE NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. H UNTLEY * PALMERS NF.YV Good Luck Biscuits Loose and in half pound packets at is. 3d. per lb. Hunt ley I'V Palmers Petit Beurre, Marie and Coronation, in half pound paikets. CRAWFORD'S Butter Puffs in J lb. packets at 4(1. „ "Ufillit" and Puff Creams at is. 6d. per lb, ,. Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb. UPTON'S COCOA. ', H>. tins is. 2 OX. „ 6d. KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ALE A\D STOU I. A delicious Drink brewed from Hops containing all the tonic value of ale and Stout but without the after effect, p | d. bottle. 5s. doz. LIME CHAMPAGNE. Pints 7'.fI. Quart* lod. SPARKLING VALENTO WINE. Pint-. 7', I Per doz. 6s. GINGER \l R &GINGER BEER Pints ',d. IV, ,1,,/ M SPECIAL PRICES BY THE CASES. SOLD AT BLACK'S 222 Bav >t. 'and THE NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. l. S. BLACK, Agent. THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE £.OYAL STOKE O UR "Royal" Household Biand !• lour selling at 2d pence per lb. and 3O8. pel bag of iq6 lbs. "(golden Star I lour 2 lbs for3|d. and "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs foi •<}!. Centennial Flour [)cr bag 28s. Pii."Feel in Vinegar at jd. per lb. Brown Sugai HI .'I per lb Out nee white and clean, best in town selling at 4'i. per quart. All our Groceries are fresh and good quality and cheap. Pure Jamaica Rum at 10s, pji gallon. |AMFS L. SAUNDERS £ Co. Nassau N. P. Bahama April 15th 1 ii ). The Committee of theChamber of Commerce for the Bahamian Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibition, at Toronto. August and September, of this 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 as winter reii: dences. Owners of Boats, etc.. ri< would do well to advertise in the ExhibitionNumberandbringtheir business to the notice of the many thousands of Canadians who will visit this 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 vtill 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." ONTO Exhibition 1513 August 23 to September 8 T HE Committee appointed by the Cham I er of Comn free to organize the Bahamas Exhibit would be glad to leceive offers! from intending Exhibiting nl i.nj of (ha undermentioned articles, as well as any others thai might ie-i commend themselves for the puipose : Sisal Sponge Canned Pine-apples Canned Toinat*s Preserves, vai ioua Plant-., polled Cigars V I Mill Mais Shells Curios \\ 1 mils I .livings Tortoise >hrll 1'obacCO Tortoise "shell \Y >i k Bark Cotton Shell Masket Woik. All Exhibit* must he in the h.-iiids of the Committee in time lor the Steamer leaving tins port August 1st, 1913. Apply to CHAS, E, ALB'JRY, Chflil mar or CHAS, I. ABBOTT, Secret*ry, ^, e c f Cutlery a hue assortment of: RAZORS Table Knives i'cn kel Knives Butcher Knives Bread Knivr Carving Sets in Cases. and SCISSORS. for salt bv Chas. E Albury \ ^ J I. would 1 form all who appreciate a Ci'-od Smoke thai we n w VV have on 1 .nd an extensive Sim k "I ll \V\\ \ 1 IGARS, We {tua ran tee our btaud to he made id ih* finest Havana and NimntrrWrappers, anil Havana Killers throughout. I hfse t igarg are manufactured on oui premises bv skilled workn en and great pams are 1 ikeu in produce an a itii le • >! superini quality The success we have el 1 ih 111 the p-st lead* us confidently to cxp>*cl the patron ige <>! counoiseurs |. I. S UN DP US A Co. >,i.i\ Street Why import Butter[ f fc from New York? It costs more than icts. per ll>. We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 44 Iffice." FOR SALT; BY TENDER. O NE Half o( that desirable Building Lot on the T HSteill side ol Mackay streat, fronting on Bay.stret 1 81 feet, and runnii g southwardly 135 feet. The right is reserved to reject the whole or any of the Tenders, Tenders will be received by I. M. KNOWLES, 53I Mast Rav treet, until the 31st May, 1913, I OR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DAI 1 I |\G HOUSE w 11 Ii bath room al Inched and all out door conveu* on' '.s including a 'Tank. 1 ..si St reel, Si iuth, opposite Nassau !'i isor., Apply lo IOS. I.\l.\(, Blue 11111 St. -souii, F '( 1 I \ i). __ ,,, ,],,. Northern Mud, an Open Sponging Boat, about IJ feel keel, Abaco model, painted white outside, blurtransom. The Owner will please communicate v< ith 1 I IK COMMISSIONER, Nicolls Town, Andios. Williams Shoes Are BETTER W. \. MATHER. UNDER TAKER. D ESIRES In inluriii Ins fi rends %  Hid the Public ih-l he ha. just received a complete nutfii ol Fa ilil ies f< 11 1 he busint si ol an undertaker, which places I in a position to cam ij| Funerals that may he entrusted to Ins cue with system and despatch ; and respectfully solicits then patronage (let n>> Prices lirsl and ptove thai thev are the very lowest foi firsl class work, NO T I C E. r lll> is lo inform my Patrons and the Public in ( ieneral H111I I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ol Genetl repair 01 new work Horse wcially. All work done Mechanically, P. A. Huvl.r, 1 l Bay Strett. East (Wharf) REPUDH HON. LAING, My wife Christina I.aing having left mv home without mutual consent, I iherefoie will not hold myself responsible for anv del is iransai ted in my name by her. M \I.\CIII LAING. A race is no better than its women



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to o X CO CO & OS 0 ift wire NMIIIUS AIIJI, ins jvirare in verba ma|(lstrj. Beir,j bound 10 swear lo the Dogmas of no Master VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Bahama-.. Hnlnis.Ln'. Ma/ 21. I9l\ I > LEON i H. Dl PI ( II, EDITOI -1Piarmiit %  OPPICH • ,, MAHICBT i UKki N usau \. I'., I. AH <• PUBLISHED l) \n.\ lay, Vednesda) n Friday— 1 nesaa) I bin idaj an I Saturda) • •Ogle cop* "Veek mij i ii te i \ ., HalfYearlv reaiiy „ PAYABLE IN MI • Advertisiri !.' iti .,., | m( foi first insertion ; three p. ci pei line '•II second iniertion; and one lin i |uenl insertion! A<1 verti ( | M1 ,., ^ The American flag at h .If mast "'I the Cup il i of the Hotel ( niitl yestei lay afternoon and to. d v announces the death • f Mi Henry M. i %  _-!.-.. w ht< h | I lace, at l'.lm Beach, \ Mi. Flaglei was the o ,he li 11 la Ea*l iast Railroa I •" %  I Hotel by whit h he has b Foi several yean %  • ,i „ ,,h the interests of the ( ninny in mattei of Tourist travel to N Southern rou 'i Mr. I lagler pen nally know little, .if his and steamship service we kno more, and what we kn tw is %  'I has not been an unmixed good there ia much in connection with it. that it must be wished were different, I'o Mi Flaglei ia largely due the development of th< I • i MS( %  >f I'Ion.la and Miami, and he will be fan....is M the originator and builder of the Overseas Railroad Mi. Flaglei was born in Canan' daigua New Voik ,,, ,-, ,,., therefore attained hit 83rd year ; hr visited tins ntv several times during sod aftei the erection ol the Hotel Colonial, but outside of his business interests lie manifested none w hatevt 1 in the Bahamns, He will be buried at St. Augustine 1 lonJa to-morrow. The Police Band will give a grand Patriotic Concert at the Library Green to-morrow, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, %  fitting preiudeto Empire Day festivities ; a large atienrlam %  i Pi > 1 'in ii.-. 1. March I he < Md 2 Valae "Songe I > *uo 3. Descriptive "D (., I lance "I 1 the Sh idnw" 1 md Seh 1 lion I he R U hite and Blue I VaUe Hu esqu "W the Birds hep Rastus Sk iting Parl Bahamian I) i 11 i Rule Brii lania, an.I ([1 I 3a e 1 h K W. COEN, Ban r' Passed i< .'.in 1 in Port l lowe ( at I; md on %  •• even inn "' ,l "' 6th of M IJ 1913, Aged r, yaai %  sftei a and pninful 11liir-vs \|is. Charlotte Hunter Mr of Mr. 'I imoth) llunlei \. i" D< rn of Zioii Baptist i.. Inn 1 I In-• rvice a t the Chapel and 1 hi 11 rave was 1 nndui led by the I'isiiict Mmisi-i Mi. Hurculei ted b) Mr. William Sn itb. Che di 1 eased lady bore her ness wil h a 1 hi isl 1 in'a foi 1 itu d. She lea wes 1 husbi nd and nine children, numbei ol relai ivi t and Ii iend • to tuoui n their loss. If thou shouldsl call me u> resign, What most I prized ; il ne'ft was mine, I only yield Thee what was thine. I'by will '.ip done." Barn on the 13th of May ir)i3 to ihe ile of Mr. J. D. Dorset) School Teachei al Port Howe Cat Island -a daughter, T ill-. 1. (), (i. S an.I I), of S. will celebrate their Thanks* giving Anniversary m the Hall, Nassau Court, on Sunday, 25th May, 1913. '11" F1 ii nda of the Or! 1 ire ciifdially invited. CABLEGRAMS London, 19.—A general rise j n cost of living in England is thought probable ns a result of the proposed increase in the railway rates foi caiiying merchandise. I lie leading railroad companies have given a combine.I notice of eases which among .business men is regarded s equivalent to foin percent .ill around, The shadow ol another gieat ii looming up in the future—a shipbuilding sink,-.t the moment when the industry is enjoying a period of unprecedented pn ispei ity. I lie possibility of a genei il stoppage ol work has been admit• %  1 foi months past, but now n is feared that unless there is an uncled and f H \ ourable de\ men! ii may come al aneailydate and bring all che federated trades to a standstill. London, 19. — What is termed the second peiiod of the London I w ith exo pi lonally fine weather, and the VVesi I nd weai its pleasantest aspect. ml gaiety is not in full tide, but hardly a night passes without London, 19.—All the delegates lo the Balkan peace confei are now in London and will ba formally welcomed today by Sir 1 dward Gr< Whethei a preliminary peace treaty will be signed this waek aa was ex pei t.-.i is still doubtful. Panama, 19,—The waters ol the Pacific Ocean were today let into the Panama Canal, a giant bias; composed of 32 730 pounds of dynamite was shot, demolishing the dyke to the south of theMiraflores Locks and a lie wing the water to How into an extensive section in which excavation' have practically been completed. London, 10.— -Suffragettes at tempted to hold meetingin Hyde Park today but found it impOSSlI I. to make themselves hoard oti account of interruption by ihe MOW. Is and final!) had to accept the services of police in obtaining safe escort from the park. London, it).—The entries received lor the international con gress of medicine in London from August 6th to iath bear out the expectation that at least 0.000 IL


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NmIIius aiIJi, ins jvirare in verba ma|(lstrj.
Beir,j bound 10 swear lo the Dogmas of no Master
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahama-.. Hnlnis.Ln'. Ma/ 21. I9l\
I > !
LEON i H. Dl PI ( II,
Editoi -1- Piarmiit
OPPICH ,, MAHICBT i UKki
N usau \. I'., I.ah <
PUBLISHED l) \n.\ .
lay, Vednesda) n Friday
1 nesaa) I bin idaj an I Saturda)
Ogle cop*
"Veek
' mij
i ii te i \ .,
HalfYearlv
reaiiy
PAYABLE IN mi
Advertisiri !.' iti .,., |m(.
foi first insertion ; three p. ci pei line
'ii second iniertion; and one
lin i |uenl insertion!
A<1 verti ( |M1,., ^
*
The American flag at h .If mast
"'I the Cup il i of the Hotel (
niitl yestei lay afternoon and to.
d v announces the death f Mi
Henry M. i ,_-!.-.. wht< h |
I lace, at l'.lm Beach, \
Mi. Flaglei was the o
,he li"11 la Ea*l iast Railroa I
" I Hotel by whit h he has b
Foi several yean ,i ,,h
the interests of the ( ninny in
mattei of Tourist travel to N
Southern rou
' 'i Mr. I lagler pen nally
know little, .if his and
steamship service we kno
more, and what we kn tw is
'I has not been an unmixed good
there ia much in connection with
it. that it must be wished were
different,
I'o Mi Flaglei ia largely due
the development of th< I i MS(
>f I'Ion.la and Miami, and he will
be fan....is m the originator and
builder of the Overseas Railroad
Mi. Flaglei was born in Canan'
daigua New Voik ,,, ,-, ,,., ,
therefore attained hit 83rd year ;
hr visited tins ntv several times
during sod aftei the erection ol
the Hotel Colonial, but outside of
his business interests lie manifested
none w hatevt 1 in the Bahamns,
He will be buried at St. Augus-
tine 1 lonJa to-morrow.
The Police Band will give a
grand Patriotic Concert at the
Library Green to-morrow, Thurs-
day evening at 8 o'clock, fitting
preiudeto Empire Day festivities ;
a large atienrlam i
Pi > 1 'in ii.-.
1. March I he < Md -
2 Valae "Songe I > *uo
3. Descriptive "D
(., I lance "I 1 the Sh idnw"
1 md Seh 1 lion I he R
U hite and Blue '
I VaUe Hu esqu "W .
the Birds hep
.
Rastus
Sk iting Parl
Bahamian I) i 11 i
Rule Brii lania,
an.I
([1 I 3a e 1 h K
W. COEN,
Ban
r'
Passed i<
.'.in 1 in Port l lowe ( at I-; md on
' even inn "' ,l"' 6th of M ij
1913, Aged r, yaai sftei a
and pninful 11liir-vs \|is. Charlotte
Hunter Mr of Mr. 'I imoth) llun-
lei \. i" D< rn of Zioii Baptist
i.. Inn 1
I In- - rvice at the Chapel and
1 hi 11 rave was 1 nndui led by the
I'isiiict Mmisi-i Mi. Hurculei
ted b) Mr. William
Sn itb. Che di 1 eased lady bore her
ness wilh a 1 hi isl 1 in'a foi 1 itu
d. She lea wes 1 husbi nd and nine
children, numbei
ol relai ivi t and Ii iend to tuoui n
their loss.
" If thou shouldsl call me u> re-
sign,
What most I prized ; il ne'ft
was mine,
I only yield Thee what was
thine.
I'by will '.ip done."
Barn on the 13th of May ir)i3
to ihe ile of Mr. J. D. Dorset)
School Teachei al Port Howe Cat
Island -a daughter,
Till-. 1. (), (i. S an.I I), of S.
will celebrate their Thanks*
giving Anniversary m the Hall,
Nassau Court, on Sunday, 25th
May, 1913. '11" F1 ii nda of the Or-
! 1 ire ciifdially invited.
CABLEGRAMS
London, 19.A general rise jn
cost of living in England is
thought probable ns a result of the
proposed increase in the railway
rates foi caiiying merchandise.
I lie leading railroad companies
have given a combine.I notice of
eases which among .business
men is regarded s equivalent to
foin percent .ill around,
The shadow ol another gieat
ii looming up in the
futurea shipbuilding sink- ,-.t
the moment when the industry is
enjoying a period of unprecedent-
ed pn ispei ity.
I lie possibility of a genei il
stoppage ol work has been admit-
1 foi months past, but now n is
feared that unless there is an un-
cled and fh \ ourable de\
men! ii may come al aneailydate
and bring all che federated trades
to a standstill.
London, 19. What is termed
the second peiiod of the London
I w ith exo pi lonally
fine weather, and the VVesi I nd
weai its pleasantest aspect.
ml gaiety is not in full tide,
but hardly a night passes without
London, 19.All the delegates
lo the Balkan peace confei
are now in London and will ba
formally welcomed today by Sir
1 dward Gr<
Whethei a preliminary peace
treaty will be signed this waek aa
was ex pei t.-.i is still doubtful.
Panama, 19,The waters ol the
Pacific Ocean were today let into
the Panama Canal, a giant bias;
composed of 32 730 pounds of dy-
namite was shot, demolishing the
dyke to the south of theMiraflores
Locks and a lie wing the water to
How into an extensive section in
which excavation' have practically
been completed.
London, 10.-Suffragettes at
tempted to hold meeting- in Hyde
Park today but found it impOSSlI I.
to make themselves hoard oti ac-
count of interruption by ihe
mow.Is and final!) had to accept
the services of police in obtaining
safe escort from the park.
London, it).The entries re-
ceived lor the international con
gress of medicine in London from
August 6th to iath bear out the
expectation that at least 0.000
IL


I Mi-- T R I n U .\ I.
persons \v4II attend the congress
an*1 it is evident that the meeting
will be representative df tin pro-
fession in the various Ruropran
countries, America mid the British
I lorn in ions,
RECEIVING PHIS WEEK
AT B I. A C K'S
232 Bay-Street
and THE NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
HUNTLEY * PALMERS
NF.YV Good Luck Biscuits
Loose and in half pound packets
at is. 3d. per lb.
Hunt ley i'v Palmers Petit Beurre,
Marie and Coronation, in half
pound paikets.
CRAWFORD'S Butter Puffs in J
lb. packets at 4(1.
"Ufillit" and Puff Creams
at is. 6d. per lb,
,. Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb.
UPTON'S COCOA.
', H>. tins is.
2 OX. 6d.
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALE A\D STOU I.
A delicious Drink brewed from
Hops containing all the tonic
value of ale and Stout but with-
out the after effect, p..... | d.
bottle. 5s. doz.
LIME CHAMPAGNE.
Pints 7'.fI. Quart* lod.
SPARKLING VALENTO WINE.
Pint-. 7', I Per doz. 6s.
GINGER \l R &GINGER BEER
Pints ',d. IV, ,1,,/ m
SPECIAL PRICES BY THE
CASES.
SOLD AT BLACK'S
222 Bav >t. 'and
THE NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
l. S. BLACK, Agent.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE .OYAL STOKE
OUR "Royal" Household
Biand ! lour selling at 2d
pence per lb. and 3O8. pel bag of
iq6 lbs.
"(golden Star I lour 2 lbs for3|d.
and "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs
foi <}!.
Centennial Flour [)cr bag 28s.
Pii."- Feel in Vinegar at jd. per lb.
Brown Sugai HI .'I per lb Out
nee white and clean, best in town
selling at 4'i. per quart.
All our Groceries are fresh and
good quality and cheap.
Pure Jamaica Rum at 10s, pji
gallon.
|AMFS L. SAUNDERS Co.
Nassau N. P.
Bahama
April 15th 1 ii ).
The Committee of theChamber
of Commerce for the Bahamian
Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibi-
tion, at Toronto. August and Sep-
tember, of this 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 as winter reii- :
dences. Owners of Boats, etc.. ri< .
would do well to advertise in the
ExhibitionNumberandbringtheir
business to the notice of the many
thousands of Canadians who will
visit this 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 vtill 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."
onto Exhibition
1513
August 23 to September 8
THE Committee appointed by
the Cham I er of Comn free
to organize the Bahamas Exhibit
would be glad to leceive offers!
from intending Exhibiting nl i.nj '
of (ha undermentioned articles, as
well as any others thai might ie-i
commend themselves for the pui-
pose :
Sisal
Sponge
Canned Pine-apples
Canned Toinat*s
Preserves, vai ioua
Plant-., polled
Cigars
V
I Mill
Mais
Shells
Curios
\\ 1 mils
I .livings
Tortoise >hrll
1'obacCO Tortoise "shell \Y >i k
Bark Cotton
Shell Masket Woik.
All Exhibit* must he in the
h.-iiids of the Committee in time
lor the Steamer leaving tins port
August 1st, 1913.
Apply to
CHAS, E, ALB'JRY,
Chflil mar .
or
CHAS, I. ABBOTT,
Secret*ry,
^,ecf- Cutlery
a hue assortment of:
RAZORS
Table Knives
i'cn kel Knives
Butcher Knives
Bread Knivr -
Carving Sets in Cases.
and
SCISSORS.
for salt bv
Chas. E Albury
\ ^ J I. would 1 form all who appreciate a Ci'-od Smoke thai we n w
VV have on 1 .nd an extensive Sim k "I ll \V\\ \ 1 IGARS, We
{tua ran tee our btaud to he made id ih* finest Havana and Nimntrr-
Wrappers, anil Havana Killers throughout.
I hfse t igarg are manufactured on oui premises bv skilled workn en
and great pams are 1 ikeu in produce anaitii le >! superini quality
The success we have el 1 ih 111 the p-st lead* us confidently to cxp>*cl
the patron ige <>! counoiseurs
|. I. S UN DP US A Co.
>,i.i\ Street
Why import Butter[ f fc
from New York?
It costs more than icts. per ll>.
We can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 44 guat anti 1 d.
NEW VOR.K HOUSE
w
ANTED. House Servant.
(j.....I V ages,
Appl\ I ribuue > Iffice."
FOR salt; BY TENDER.
ONE Half o( that desirable
Building Lot on the T HSteill
side ol Mackay streat, fronting on
Bay.stret 1 81 feet, and runnii g
southwardly 135 feet.
The right is reserved to reject
the whole or any of the Tenders,
Tenders will be received by
I. M. KNOWLES,
53I Mast Rav treet, until the 31st
May, 1913,
I OR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DAI 1 I |\G
HOUSE w 11 Ii bath room al
Inched and all out door conveu*
on' '.s including a 'Tank.
1 ..si St reel, Si iuth, opposite
Nassau !'i isor.,
Apply lo
IOS. I.\l.\(,
Blue 11111 St. -souii,
F'( 1 I \ i). __ ,,, ,],,. Northern
Mud, an Open Sponging
Boat, about ij feel keel, Abaco
model, painted white outside, blur-
transom. The Owner will please
communicate v< ith
1 I IK COMMISSIONER,
Nicolls Town, Andios.
Williams Shoes
Are BETTER
W. \. MATHER.
UNDER TAKER.
DESIRES In inluriii Ins fi rends
Hid the Public ih-l he ha.
just received a complete nutfii ol
Fa ilil ies f< 11 1 he busint si ol an un-
dertaker, which places I..... in a
position to cam ij| Funerals that
may he entrusted to Ins cue with
system and despatch ; and respect-
fully solicits then patronage (let
n>> Prices lirsl and ptove thai thev
are the very lowest foi firsl class
work,
NO T I C E.
rlll> is lo inform my Patrons
and the Public in ( ieneral
H111I I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line ol
Genetl repair 01 new work Horse
wcially. All work done
Mechanically,
P. A. Huvl.r,
1 l Bay Strett. East (Wharf)
REPUDH HON.
LAING, My wife Christina I.aing
having left mv home without mu-
tual consent, I iherefoie will not
hold myself responsible for anv
del is iransai ted in my name by
her.
M \I.\CIII LAING.
A race is no better than its
women
*


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