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ttbe tribune Tvjcsdav. May 27. I9IV "i'li.-i'h" : as .1 good cartoon op the Marconi Enquiry. Rumdur is represented as presenting her i i .ticket to a police man who is guarding a door on which is the inscription "Marc ni Committee." Dame Rum" • sa; in Nol let me inany more Why I've been the life ;'nd soul of the whole thing !" i'li the policeman an< • '">• ma'am, but from infor mation received i understi they are about to get to busiRumour rejoins: •" %  I call it scandalous I" We notice that the high and mighty London "Morning Post" [' been still unctuously calli i,' for the resignation of certain Ministi rs Resignation for what? For investing in American Mar1 n Shares and selling some of them on the urgent advi. i "' 'kers who did not look on 1 ,,:| as a good investment to .• |(l Well, if only Mr. Lloyd I ieorge had not done it, and il the Tory Party were not al wits tnd for a chance to get t lisGovi rnment out ..f ofl we should not heai thesepoli % %  '! Chadbands in city no cuts a i ting "Terewth" and I • T< : use i lo d I i. ol mcoi sistencj becau h fight si ares in a con "II humbug. The Chancello'i %  > ;| Socialist.He isn i isl %  "I 'I. He has simplv i | ,;, l capital sball bear its re ol taxation. ( I he Unionists want l 'l ,! rtion of ,1,, compesi "' ""formed UpperH ise.and ire full of fear lest aftei all %  Liberal! ; imI ; %  I i to PO| ula-will.Aiid thenl is that awful Lloyd-George feel111 m 8 w a: {an attack • ; i "' antiquated land of England, and by hook or by H ej must block Ins path %  ;!Hi i reform. We hope ''"• ( i n nt rnav foil 11 As the) .,,i Anth '' •' ( nd then poll I 'rate th< ir knavish 1 > "I sa i • i< Kin %  ." ji Boj S -outv n -ere inadentlj omitted fr im nui re P I yesterday, aone of the u '• whichm ideup the column I I i t1 which marched from the Police Barracks to t lie Cathedral. The I Boy Scouts, under Scout Master Cook, led the procession. J The enterprising and energ tic owner of the Motor vessel "Frances F." is Instituting some improvements in this ver\ ful little i %  --'•'.. She was ta on ii lay w hi will be i and metal all external machine ; : I made good : she %  • %  ill al i i> linted and ren >v itI ler old taken out on Saturday, an 1 n w ol • to ioo horse |'owe,, wh h arrived In i and are now on k of the lig iti "Messin I ce they will lifted HI rl lowered into I "Frances E" as soon as possible after the arrival of the s+eamet of the 3rd June |>v which a machinist from tlifactorj. wh re the Engine was built, will .1 rive to install same : when all is completed she n ill resum %  the Mass iu-Vl a ni roul Mr. Sauuders has obtain? I this new engine with the 1 o'' aking under favoui conditi HIS. an ill daj light run bet'' t • > ports, in f Haiti be allowed to c< mtinu its self rule ?" by Mr. I i i'.. M iver, ami "Empire 1 %  Victoria Daj "Which ?" by II. C. Christie. Advertisemi nts and in er tions for the Directory, for the June numb a are now in order, J* For the benefit of our re we copy from "The Vi %  I rdian' the vei \ excellent speech of His I \ lien 5 (Jov••Me r 11 i Idon-Smith at the sembly of the Pi.hieSchool rhildren on Raws 'ii Square on Empire Day. "I thank you all for being I IY and hel| in • il i %  < %  pan with the b git Is of this •ion of 1 <\:\\ Empile 1 lav, ; '.'1 day not 1 brin ire us 1 unitv of our gr it Empiie, 1111 also is the nniveraary of Bii ii. 1.1 v o| in late I"-! Queen \ through The D-ui flitei of the Rnipi 'i \a have laid \t t the ft of the sta 1 la ty op site our Public 1 beoming tribute t 1 nory, under ign of n vears oui Empire rose in ei sense of the word to such an extent. Mr. Wilshere h i ed a wish thai during my stop am I von I will take an inti educa in of the children of tliesi Islan is Education advanced consider;,!' 1 during the 1 >\ft{\ of Q ieen Victoria, Kiii',' takesakeen interest in the -••t, therefi ire it is my d His Majesty's representative' to carry out his wishes, an I I can 181 ire you I will endeavour to do so as far as p issible, but education must mean not only reading and writing but also in strii't i on in agriculture. We w 10 have arrived al th • ag of woman hood and man hood well kno v themeaning ol the word Empire, the advantages of biingsub of our King who rules over nur great Empire, and I trust we all Know our duty to our King an l Empire, so my a I Iress to -d 1; • % %  I not to the risen. but to the rising g -nerat ion of thil Island. Boys and Girls, to-day is Empire Day. Do you all understand the meaning ol those two words? Empire Day is the day on which Britishers in all par %  of the world celebrate the Oniiy of the great Empire to which von belong ; each one of you is B Britisher, von who are horn in sunny Nassau are each a unit ol our great Empire just as much as %  any boy or ^irl who i-. Ii JTn m Fo %  % %  I. indiin ; eacl j Uritishei ha the protection of the Bril as the premiei Duke ol ; re it Britain ; ne\ er allow j to be %  %  •. and i OUt lov.ilrl all laws sun ii" led bj the Kml As you 'I"' I louse 4M Assembly which is comp ised S representatives of the |>e >ple I'afl the laws; often some ol your rfl preseutatives not in a_;r."l me it, bur if there is a majori^H in favour the law is passed, aijfl then it bi lioves us al!, whc'iH p. with it or no'., to oh'H it loyally, because after it il passed it receives the sanctio^H of our Km s M Duty an I tavt to the lalattd M birth — Always be proud M your Island, take an inteiest il every thing that concerns 'M Guard your rights and pnvih-^ and never let any act of %  be the causetrf depriving >( %  j Islands of the benefits llu-y^ I present enjoy. jM Duty mi I upright JaUu^M



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T II E T R 1 1UI N I fights and ambulance usv. corps LAB( lUR. Ibraham Lincoln was a "hired man." His sister Sarah "worked aut" as a "hired girl" Jim I lill was a section hand on tail n i %  : '" ,he '" : P ,0 y <>' a i a ki t company in St. Paul, earned fifty m The list ol barberswho have become famous would amaze w not already familial v ,tl, it,and there is a vast army of ollectors who have made enough m v to travel in Europe () "" ?' "' es ful refuse ri I runs one ol I ie besi or -• ranized businesses in Central lllim 11 ," P li;ir fl,|| >' f most men and women to look down • "i 1 "" ' rendei them the most valuable service When Jesus Christ washed the feel of his friends, he tri : /" ; ; ,"'" ,ai doctrine of His great philosophy, bui -'" •••'I H then, and it is probable thai „„. I it to-dai • is on* of the absurdities of life that we all stand in line Cif r [ ora c h ' %  our hats off to any man wil i m loal •" public expense, and hold our noses high in the k vl1 '" wepas.8 the man <.,woman who washes our dirtv 'irts for us. |t is a characteristic of most gr*at men that they have never This occurred to me not very long ago on la-t Street Hill, wfth the resuli ol a bi iiid a rofc nbi If ill' i arts are al f )e MSI d and to in re i in numI" r. th< re certainly should be a restriction placi d on their b< ing [allowed to rush down the hills. I he practice is not only danof the upper floor gave way and rousto oth ibul als > to the -at were plunged to the beach, ts of the c irts. 1 hanking you sir for space. Yours truly :h, California, 25. — VVhili • tli • 1. m I persons 1 on a double u 110 longer, |ho|K.' you will gii and have Pjoyable holiday. Make the if this lovely ,. <>f Haiti. President Aueeded < i< ncral CincinEg, who was hum; ;,!,.,,. j„ |re which destroyed Ins palB August last.' The new dent is Senator Michel %  .—"The West In.ha ComFe Circular," May 6, IQI :e is no better thin its Nassau N. P. May 36th 1 ij Di u Mr. Tribum I his short letter is to draw ; 1 attention to a mu< h complained of nuisani 1 whit h no doubl you and many others have noticed^ viz. the number of box carts now in use in oui public streets, and thoroughThos of us who n-1 Horses and Carriages know just how gn at a nuisance these box carts are. Uoys use them tocarr) articles to and from the city to SUburbs and always coast down hi I III Timid horses take fright at the noises, an I van often the steering lines break and without any notice these 1 aits rush into your vehicle or un ler your h 11 %  > %  md without my wining it you cm imagine the results. Nassau X. P. Mr. Editor : I 'c.-ir Sir, Kindly allow me space in your valuable columns to express my feelings and the t of many others towards National Holidays. Mr. Editor do you think it is right for ail) mer of business to be transacted on that day '-. ()ut of the who], year onlj one or two days are allowed and to see Mr. Editor that some of the busiS men of this town would take that day or days a> from us. Em| should h ivebeen kept up on Saturday but Fridaj has been chosen and to open up Friday morning that will only be giving the clerks about two hours holiday. This matter ought to be thought into more serious. The poor clerks really need more holiday than they get sometimes osce a year and then only a week at that. I myself do not think that it is doing right to impose upon them. Kindly thanking you for this sp 1.1 and hoping that the next National Hob lay all doors will be closed. ONE INTERESTl D, 1'hirtv three Women were killed. The total number of injured may reach 200. CABLEGRAMS London, 95.—The strained relations between • the Balkan allies show little improvement. A dispatch from Athens says the Greek fleet while pass Laval. 1, was tired upon by Bulgarian shore batterii London, 25.— Victoria Park, in the W' it 1 d, was the scene of rioting to-day wh. 1 trades unionistsand socialists attempted to hold a demonstration in support of votes for working Wi >inen. Mounted and loot police by repeated charges finally drove the crowd away. There were innumerable free Berlin. 25. -England has unmistakably been trumps in Berlin for the last week. The spec* tacular manner in which the kaiser inaugurated the Royal wedding by pardoning two English officers and one civilian serving sentences in German fortresses on charge of espionhas made, on the whole, a very happy impression throughout the country, and gives the lote for the spirit in which the press and the public have received the visit of King George and Queen Mary. Nobod) longer believes in the fiction that the coming of the king and queen is merely an act of family affection devoid of political significance. Load in, 25.—Woman writers of the suffrage league have pre1 two letters, one to the king and queen, the other to the press, denouncing the attitude of parliament toward suffr.i and particularly the "'Cat and M IUS bill. Paris, 25.—The draft of a bill authorizing the French government to borrow $200,000,000 for twenty years to meet military expenses, was submitted to day to the cabinet by the minister <>f finance, and was approved. London, 25.—A princess's estate might have been picked up cbe ip at auction this week. At the mart of Toekhouse yard a firm of auctioneers offered for sale the Isle of VVioht, estate of Princess Henry of Battenbeig >ut there was scarcely any bid Ung loi the property, which was eventually withdrawn. wiiiiams Shoes Are BETTER



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'Ill '1 1< ] 1 I 1^ L the Turkscocquered Asia from Europe and no' Irmi Asia, nnrl when we realize iln.s i.icf, lliere musl be some rTiisgfvtttjts for the future. Adrianople, not Bru<.i, \\ is tlie first real capital n( ill • l'urks,and it wns on '.he battle field of Kos. sovo that their empire was horn. Not until after they had success fully matched their arms Against Europe were they able to extend their empire into Asia. This follows historical precedent. (To be continued.) The Committee of the Chamber of Commerce for the Bahamian F.xhlbit. at the Canadian F.xhlbltion. at Toronto. August and Sep. tember. of this year, have decided to place a Special Exhibition Num. Iieaof "The Slrombus" 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 residences. Owners of Boats,etc.,etc., would do well to advertise in the Exhibit Ion Number and bring their business to the notice of the maov thousands of Canadians who will visit this exhibition, and who arc 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 Num. ber of "The Strombus." ONTO Exhibition 1913 August 23 to September S T HE Committee appointed by the Chamfer of Commerce to organize the Bahama* Exhibit would be glad in receive offeri from intending Exhihitorg of any u/the undermentioned articles, as well as any other* that might recommend themselves /or the pur. pose : Sisal Sponge Canned Pmc-a-ples i mned Tflmatiw* 1 'tesei ves, various Plants, potted Cigars Toon ceo Hark Fruit Mats Mi. -Ms Cat IOS Woo || Carvings ortoise Shell Tortoise Shell Work 1'oltol) Shell flasket Woik. All Exlirtwts must be in the hsmls of ilic Committee m time |oi the Steamer leaving this port AufUSl 1st, 1013. Apply.U CHAS. E. ALRURY, Chairmar. or 9J1AS. J. ABBOTT, Secretary. JOHN BUTLER. WILL SELL. At the residence of H. C. Christie Market Street On Thursday,39th instent, at 11,30 F 'URNITURE.&c, Piano. Handsome Centre Piece. Antique Table and Colonial Sideboard. One Soli.I Cclar Bureau. Terms Cash. T HERE will he an nteitinment in the Good Saw iritan Hall on lues lav evening tin :~ h inst, consisting of recitations, songs, and dialogues, by the children of Juv, and others Reserve seats is general admission 6d. Doors open at 7—30 comme.ice at 8 p. in, THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE ROYAL STOKE O UR "Royal" Household Biand Moor gelling at 2d pence per 11). and 30s. par hay of 196 lbs, "•olden Star Flour 2 Ihs for 3$d. and "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs for 3 Jd. Centennial Flour per hap 38s. Pigs Feel in Vinegar at yd, per lb. Brown Sugai at 2J1I. pr lb Our rice white and clean, best 111 town %  tiling at 4(1. per quart. All our Groceries are fresh and gooil quality and cheap. Pure Jama s Rum at ios, par falh n. JAMFS I FAUNDERS A Co. N issau N. P. 15 ihamas, \( nl I 5th I'll), W i; would dorm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on h.nd an extensive Slock of H:\VAWt IGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra! Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. 1 pe Cigars are manufactured on nui premises bv skilled workmen. mil uri il 1 ains are taken to produce an atticle of superior quality. The success we have mei with in the past leads us confidently toexpeca the p.11 ronage ol ( onnolseurs J. L. SAUNDI RS & Co. W. A. MATHER. UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public tint he hag just received a complete outfit rf facilities for the business of an undertaker, which place* him in a posii ion to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and despatch; and respect 1 lully solicits their patronage (>et inv Prices first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. gai Str m • • TELLS ABOUT 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL WORTH SWTOAHYHIAH tnrr .IB.CUJ 1MB. .uir.nnii from .r.r •• >•—??; %  "•• "T %  tronii, iiapl" word, how ur niu ilMwoa • %  Hlood I F *0 11 *4 D. —On the Northern Mud, an Open Sponging Boat, about 15 feet keel, Abaco model, painted white outside, blue transom. The Owner will please Communicate with THE COMMISSIONER, Nicolls Town, Andros. ,, pfl-UI, cr. I— .. of r mn*h litMaflw* W lllood I'olBon llnWrfl*! or Ar"lrwal, SlSr-d." L..rrk>un !" U'""1 Trouble. 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A FISHING SM<\CK, in good condition. Good Sails. 14 feet keel—19 feet overall—6J feet wide. Apply 'Tribune." KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. ALE AND 5TOU I*. A delicious Dunk brewed. Hops containing; all the value of ale and Stout but! out the after effect-., pndj bottle, -jdo*. LIME CHAMPAGNE. Pints 7M, Quarts tod ] SPARKLING VAI.F.NTO \\H\ Pints 7M Per do*. 61. GINGER ALL &GINGERRE Tints 6d, Pel do/ 5, JPECIAL PRICES BY I t ASKS. SOLD \T BLACK'S 222 Ray St. H THE NASSAU CANDY KITCHEN. II. S. BlgACK, Agepj FOR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELL! HOUSE with bath room taclied and all out door convi iepces including a Tank. East Street, South, opposite Nassau Prison. Apply to JOS. LAING Blue HillSt.Soutj W ANTED.—House Servai Good w aot> Apply "Tribune ^_..<



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Nvillius ;i.l,li. in., |urare In vcrba in..|v.in Being bound to swear lo the Do|m&a of no Muster. VOL. X. Nassau. N. P.. Btthainns, Tuesday May 27. 1913 No. 155 LEON K. H. DL'I'i CH, i..i:i in *.NU pRormi i, OK KICK • 38 ,, MAIiKKT STBBK1 ui \ I'., BAHAMAS. .'. II. Uol I .,;. PUBLISHED DAILY. M.ti.iay, A/ednatdaj and Friday— ,. ••"glacopj ... j, t 1 ues.lav. I IIM.-II.H and Satnrdaj 4 1 n u 1*. ...... .r tecond insertion; and one penny per line for subsequent intertiona, AevartieenMDti uodei eight line* |S. TURKEY WILL LOSE \<| \ MINOR Speculation now is rife as |a future f Turkey. Mr. II. rben A.i. ems Gibbons, whose articleappear* in the "Independent" of February 6, give* us tome considerations regardmg this nation'* Future. I his man write* from tin' city til Constantinople. Speaking of ii, ( V ia> tones of the allies, he says: "A* we review the events of the three months, they u i m so slum n•Ions and to far-reaching m tlieit results, thai we are still wondering if we are in a dream. None here i* saying now, 'I told you so,'for the most enthusiastic admires* of the Balkan peoples did not conceive rl he rapui anil nstounding series of successes which have everywhere met the ai ins of Bulgaria, Servia, BOd Greece. We gave the credit to the I inks for just one thing, and that waatheir lighting ability. While many believed that Bulgaria could put an aimv in the field .-.Inch would in the least hold its own again*! the Turks, where is the man who would have |irn,.h C sied Kirk Kiliss* and l.ulc Burgas ? As for .Servia and Greece, in my large cirle of friends who Are intimately acquainted with the life and resources of these states, I cannot recall one who did not honestly believe that the Turks would make 'easy meat' of the armies of the two crown princes. Wa were all doubtmiLllmm.-iscs here when we he.,r.l of the Servian victory at Kumnni \ 1 and the Greek lib o II. ss %  n 1 > into Salonika. Why not confess it now ?" '. %  Tins is not the only person in touch with the situation who thought tin t the I urkt would tamis com* < ui the better foi the conflict. Casting his eyes toward the fin in e, this writer continues : I lie w ;s,.;i res are beginning to %  tk, 'V\ ill the break-up "f the ( I ttoman Empire really come in IQ This event has often seemed imminent sint e the Austrian a s. i|i,1 at 1 lonstantii ople wrote to Vienna m 1807. 'Tins can not last mm U U mger !' Living in ihe days of Ins great great grandchildren we are wary of setting B date. And vet we do not hesitate to de clare that if die Turk survive this war. which has changed him from the Sick Man of Europe tothe Sick Man of .Asia, it will been* of the miracles of history. "The optimist looks at the map, anil says : 'In spi'e uf the appall ing loss of territoiy (one tenth), of revenue (three tenths), of population (one fourth), ami of military and naval prestige (all), Turkey still retains enormous possessions, Comprising Asia Minor Mesopotamia to the Persian Ciulf, the Red Sea littoral of Arabia, Syria,and Palestine, with tributary rights Egypt and Cyprus, Const* Otinopole, the queen city of the world, is still the capital. The Stai and Crescent waves over Smyrna, P.rnsa, Konia Angora Erterum, I'rebizond, Bitlis, IJrput, Mosul, Bagdad, Aleppo, Adana, Beirut, Damascus, Jerusalem, Medina, and Mecca. Surely this is an empire.' This writer then refers to the same thing we have mentioned from the preceding authority—the possibility of a new empire in Asia Minor and the Mestopotainian valley. He says that theEurupe BOprSM is thinking of this same thing. To quote : "The European press is already beginning to s|>eak in tins wise : 'The Turks have now rid themselves of one mor.* thorn in the flesh —a country which ha* brought them only expense, unending strife, and aconemie and political unrest. It was a suigical operation, which fiurt for a moment, but which wil! ultimately do the patient good. The Turk* are free now to devote themselves to the development of wh.ii ie no mean empire, compile* ing practically all the conquests., f Alexander. Let them go back to Asia ami show us they are a nation fit to live.' It is rather strange that those who write of the possibilities of deveiopmi nl in the remaining i tions of the Turkish Empire do not also mention the fact that the Turk* have never made themselves conspicuous in developing anything under their jurisdiction. This writer calls attention to this particular fact : '"The arguments of the optimist and of the European press look plausible. But they do not take into account the nature of the < '•toman powei an I the llictory of it* extensionovet Asia M, ior, Mesopotamia, Syria, an I Arabia, The Turks are a people whoneverhave possessed, and who do not to-d .y p ssess, lh! genius ol government. I hey won their empire by knowing how to fight better than their neighbors. I'p tothe time that WAI In came a science of organization and discipline instead of the ability to put into the field en unlimited supply of men willing t %  > die, Turkey could match any nation in Europe. During the past lundied yeais they have held their empire through clever diplomacy, which has known how to pioftt by international rivalries abroad and racial and religious rivalries at home. Now that 'the integrity of the|OitomHii Empire" is no longer a fetish of European diplomacy, and the Christian 'ex-slaves' (I take this expression from a recent issie of a local Turkish newspaper) are united, Turkey has had to rely upon brute foree to maintain her position before the world. Since this final argument has been lacking, what is left ?— Nothing, as I it as h.urope is concerned. But how about Asia ?" Mr. Gibbons then goes on to say that the Ottoman Empire in its territorial development has been wholly a European power. He points to the historical fact that (Continued on fourth page.) I.


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Nvillius ;i.l,li. in., |urare In vcrba in..|v.in
Being bound to swear lo the Do|m&a of no Muster.
VOL. X.
Nassau. N. P.. Btthainns, Tuesday May 27. 1913
No. 155
LEON K. H. DL'I'i CH,
i..i:i in *.nu pRormi i,
OK KICK 38 ,, MAIiKKT STBBK1
ui \ I'., Bahamas.
.'. II. Uol I .,;.
PUBLISHED DAILY.
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foi fust inaerti.....three pence pei line
'>r tecond insertion; and one penny per
line for subsequent intertiona,
AevartieenMDti uodei eight line* |S.
TURKEY WILL LOSE \<| \
MINOR
Speculation now is rife as |a
future f Turkey. Mr. II. rben A.i.
ems Gibbons, whose articleappear*
in the "Independent" of February
6, give* us tome considerations re-
gardmg this nation'* Future. I his
man write* from tin' city til Con-
stantinople. Speaking of ii,(. Via>
tones of the allies, he says:
"A* we review the events of the
three months, they u i m so slum n-
Ions and to far-reaching m tlieit
results, thai we are still wondering
if we are in a dream. None here
i* saying now, 'I told you so,'for
the most enthusiastic admires* of
the Balkan peoples did not conceive
rl he rapui anil nstounding series
of successes which have everywhere
met the ai ins of Bulgaria, Servia,
BOd Greece. We gave the credit to
the I inks for just one thing, and
that waatheir lighting ability. While
many believed that Bulgaria could
put an aimv in the field .-.Inch
would in the least hold its own
again*! the Turks, where is the man
who would have |irn,.hCsied Kirk
Kiliss* and l.ulc Burgas ? As for
.Servia and Greece, in my large cir-
- le of friends who Are intimately
acquainted with the life and re-
sources of these states, I cannot
recall one who did not honestly be-
lieve that the Turks would make
'easy meat' of the armies of the
two crown princes. Wa were all
doubtmiLllmm.-iscs here when we
he.,r.l of the Servian victory at
Kumnni \ 1 and the Greek lib o II. ss
n 1 > into Salonika. Why not con-
fess it now ?"
'. Tins is not the only person in
touch with the situation who
thought tin t the I urkt would
tamis com* < ui the better foi the
conflict. Casting his eyes toward
the fin in e, this writer continues :
" I lie w ;s,.;i res are beginning to
tk, 'V\ ill the break-up "f the (It-
toman Empire really come in iq
This event has often seemed im-
minent sint e the Austrian a
s. i|i,1 at 1 lonstantii ople wrote
to Vienna m 1807. 'Tins can not
last mm U Umger !' Living in ihe
days of Ins great great grandchil-
dren we are wary of setting b date.
And vet we do not hesitate to de
clare that if die Turk survive this
war. which has changed him from
the Sick Man of Europe tothe Sick
Man of .Asia, it will been* of the
miracles of history.
"The optimist looks at the map,
anil says : 'In spi'e uf the appall
ing loss of territoiy (one tenth), of
revenue (three tenths), of popula-
tion (one fourth), ami of military
and naval prestige (all), Turkey
still retains enormous possessions,
Comprising Asia Minor Mesopota-
mia to the Persian Ciulf, the Red
Sea littoral of Arabia, Syria,and
Palestine, with tributary rights
Egypt and Cyprus, Const* O-
tinopole, the queen city of the
world, is still the capital. The
Stai and Crescent waves over
Smyrna, P.rnsa, Konia Angora Er-
terum, I'rebizond, Bitlis, IJrput,
Mosul, Bagdad, Aleppo, Adana,
Beirut, Damascus, Jerusalem, Me-
dina, and Mecca. Surely this is an
empire.' "
This writer then refers to the
same thing we have mentioned
from the preceding authoritythe
possibility of a new empire in Asia
Minor and the Mestopotainian val-
ley. He says that theEurupe BOprSM
is thinking of this same thing. To
quote :
"The European press is already
beginning to s|>eak in tins wise :
'The Turks have now rid themsel-
ves of one mor.* thorn in the flesh
a country which ha* brought
them only expense, unending strife,
and aconemie and political unrest.
It was a suigical operation, which
fiurt for a moment, but which wil!
ultimately do the patient good.
The Turk* are free now to devote
themselves to the development of
wh.ii ie no mean empire, compile*
ing practically all the conquests.,f
Alexander. Let them go back to
Asia ami show us they are a na-
tion fit to live.' "
It is rather strange that those
who write of the possibilities of
deveiopmi nl in the remaining i
tions of the Turkish Empire do not
also mention the fact that the Turk*
have never made themselves con-
spicuous in developing anything
under their jurisdiction. This
writer calls attention to this parti-
cular fact :
'"The arguments of the optimist
and of the European press look
plausible. But they do not take
into account the nature of the < '-
toman powei an I the llictory of it*
extensionovet Asia M, ior, Meso-
potamia, Syria, an I Arabia, The
Turks are a people whoneverhave
possessed, and who do not to-d .y
p ssess, lh! genius ol government.
I hey won their empire by knowing
how to fight better than their
neighbors. I'p tothe time that
WAI In came a science of organiza-
tion and discipline instead of the
ability to put into the field en un-
limited supply of men willing t>
die, Turkey could match any na-
tion in Europe. During the past
lundied yeais they have held their
empire through clever diplomacy,
which has known how to pioftt by
international rivalries abroad and
racial and religious rivalries at
home. Now that 'the integrity of
the|OitomHii Empire" is no longer
a fetish of European diplomacy,
and the Christian 'ex-slaves' (I take
this expression from a recent issie
of a local Turkish newspaper) are
united, Turkey has had to rely up-
on brute foree to maintain her
position before the world. Since
this final argument has been lack-
ing, what is left ? Nothing, as I it
as h.urope is concerned. But how
about Asia ?"
Mr. Gibbons then goes on to say
that the Ottoman Empire in its
territorial development has been
wholly a European power. He
points to the historical fact that
(Continued on fourth page.)

I.


ttbe tribune
Tvjcsdav. May 27. I9IV
"i'li.-i'h" : as .1 good cartoon
op the Marconi Enquiry. Rum-
dur is represented as presenting
her i i .ticket to a police
man who is guarding a door on
which is the inscription "Mar-
c ni Committee." Dame Rum-
" sa; in Nol let me inany
more Why I've been the life
;'nd soul of the whole thing !"
i'li the policeman an<
'"> ma'am, but from infor
mation received i understi
they are about to get to busi-
Rumour rejoins:
"' I call it scandalous I"
We notice that the high and
mighty London "Morning Post"
[' been still unctuously call-
i i,' for the resignation of certain
Ministi rs Resignation for what?
For investing in American Mar-
1 n Shares and selling some of
them on the urgent advi. i
"' 'kers who did not look on
1' ,,:| as a good investment to
" .|(l' Well, if only Mr. Lloyd
I ieorge had not done it, and il
the Tory Party were not al
wits tnd for a chance to get
t lisGovi rnment out ..f ofl
we should not heai thesepoli
'! Chadbands in city no cuts
a i ting "Terewth" and I
T<.....:use i lo d I i.
ol mcoi sistencj becau
h fight si ares in a con
"II humbug. The Chancello'i >
;| Socialist.He isn i isl
"I 'I. He has simplv i |
",;,l capital sball bear its
re ol taxation.
( I he Unionists want l
'l,!' rtion of ,1,, compesi
"' ""formed UpperH ise.and
ire full of fear lest aftei all
Liberal! ;
"! im-
I ; I i to
' PO| ula-will.Aiid thenl
is that awful Lloyd-George feel-
111 m'8 wa: {an attack
;i"' antiquated land
of England, and by hook or by
H ej must block Ins path
! ;!- Hi i reform. We hope
''" (in..... nt rnav foil
11 As the) .,,i Anth
' '' ' "( nd then poll
I 'rate th< ir knavish
1 > "I sa i i< Kin ."
ji
Boj S -outv n-ere inad-
entlj omitted fr im nui re
P I yesterday, a- one of the
u ' whichm ideup the column
I I i t- 1
which marched from the Police
Barracks to t lie Cathedral. The
I Boy Scouts, under Scout Master
Cook, led the procession.
J
The enterprising and energ
tic owner of the Motor vessel
"Frances F." is Instituting some
improvements in this ver\
ful little i --''.. She was ta
on ii lay w hi will
be i and metal
all external machine ;: I
made good : she . ill al i
i> linted and ren >v it-
I ler old taken
out on Saturday, an 1 n w
ol to ioo horse |'owe,, wh h
arrived In i and are
now on k of the lig iti -
"Messin I ce they will
lifted hi rl lowered into I
"Frances E" as soon as possible
after the arrival of the s+eamet
of the 3rd June |>v which a ma-
chinist from tli- factorj. wh re
the Engine was built, will .1
rive to install same : when all
is completed she n ill resum
the Mass iu-Vl a ni roul
Mr. Sauuders has obtain? I
this new engine with the 1
o'' aking under favoui '
conditi his. an ill daj light run
bet'' t > ports, in words to I o. N - ia at 1
0*cl ' : ai the m II line; and ;ir
rive at Miami at the -
With the at! I of this
rable ohji I thi 'I
E" with her equipments of
b iats, fire and life sa\ im,' appli -
am s will undoubtedly offer the
- Tvice I
X ,au nui Miami.
The Frano Ii." ha really
been for some years now a rea 1
benefit to tins port particularly
in the matt r of ad irding us a
w eklj mail ially
in the summer months, and
the public money wh mie-
times friti 1 vay might v
much better ha lied
to a nail nibsi ly f ir tha very
desirabli
" : has perform d
: ; orm'i 11','
'I li May number of rhe
Strom 1 is" is now ready. This
number contains som ex el-
lent articles, among which
.ip' "Should the Republic >f
Haiti be allowed to c< mtinu
its self rule ?" by Mr. I i
i'.. M iver, ami "Empire 1
Victoria Daj "Which ?" by
II. C. Christie. '
Advertisemi nts and in er
tions for the Directory, for
the June numb a are now in
order,
j*
For the benefit of our re
we copy from "The Vi
I rdian' the vei \ excellent
speech of His I \ lien 5 (Jov-
Me r 11 i Idon-Smith at the
sembly of the Pi.hie- School
rhildren on Raws 'ii Square on
Empire Day.
"I thank you all for being
I iy and hel|
in il i<' pan with the b
git Is of this
ion of 1 <\:\\ Em-
pile 1 lav, ; '.'1 day not 1
brin ire us 1
unitv of our gr it Empiie, 1111
also is the nniveraary of
Bii ii. 1.1 v o| in late I"-!
Queen \
through
The D-ui flitei
of the Rnipi 'i \a
have laid \t t the ft of
the sta 1 la ty op
site our Public 1 be-
oming tribute t 1 nory,
under.....ign of n
vears oui Empire rose in ei
sense of the word to such an
extent.
Mr. Wilshere h i ed a
wish thai during my stop am
I von I will take an inti
educa in of the children
of tliesi Islan is Education ad-
vanced consider;,!'1 during the
1 >\ft{\ of Q ieen Victoria,
Kiii',' takesakeen interest in the
-t, therefi ire it is my d
His Majesty's representative'
to carry out his wishes, an I I
can 181 ire you I will endeavour
to do so as far as p issible, but
education must mean not only
reading and writing but also in
strii'tion in agriculture. We w 10
have arrived al th ag of woman
hood and man hood well kno v
themeaning ol the word Empire,
the advantages of biingsub
of our King who rules over nur
great Empire, and I trust we all
Know our duty to our King an l
Empire, so my a I Iress to -d 1;
I not to the risen.
but to the rising g -nerat ion of
thil Island.
Boys and Girls, to-day is Em-
pire Day. Do you all under-
stand the meaning ol those two
words? Empire Day is the day
on which Britishers in all par
of the world celebrate the Oniiy
of the great Empire to which
von belong ; each one of you is
B Britisher, von who are horn in
sunny Nassau are each a unit ol
our great Empire just as much as

any boy or ^irl who i-. Ii JTn m
Fo . I. indiin ; eacl j
Uritishei ha
the protection of the Bril
as the premiei Duke ol ; re it
Britain ; ne\ er allow j
to be and privilege. < )ur Empire is not
the work of a few years, it lias
taken m ny years 1 buil I
up an I these beautiful an
thy Islan ot of it
for ven .The Em-
pire 0 th
and 1 norgy of our fore-
to the sell 1 i ihd
i 1 ves ''f our women, and so
long 1 re
1 oui m 4
and wo 11 !. thei is ittl I
t 1 fear if the d dine of o ir Em-
Y< in boys and girls in a I
whe 1 you will
-.1 j nur
fatli I : maintain
iui lives "I e and
wl-o it ion t' the Em| ir the po
iiti will inherit from
the n. Make up '.our minds ti 1
worthy citiz A
Empire, and you c 1 lonly atl .ml
i end b) your Duty to nl.fl
Dutj and Loyalty to your Ki .'^fl
an I Love lo the l-l md ofl
your birth. Duty and upirj
1 il
ns ^^H
for M
lil
.....I ^t
Catholics, C.it S
We and too ,ill\^B
11 follow their ^fl
' Duty and L ur A'/iB
' );> . and i OUt lov.ilrl
all laws sun ii" led bj the Kml
As you 'I"' I louse 4M
Assembly which is comp ised S
representatives of the |>e >ple I'afl
the laws; often some ol your rfl
preseutatives not in a_;r."l
me it, bur if there is a majori^H
in favour the law is passed, aijfl
then it bi lioves us al!, whc'iH
p. with it or no'., to oh'H
it loyally, because after it il
passed it receives the sanctio^H
of our Kms' M
Duty an I tavt to the lalattd M
birth Always be proud M
your Island, take an inteiest il
every thing that concerns 'M
Guard your rights and pnvih-^
and never let any act of
be the causetrf depriving >(
j Islands of the benefits llu-y^
I present enjoy. jM
' Duty mi I upright JaUu^M


T II E T R 1 1UI N I
fights
and ambulance
usv.
corps
LAB( lUR.
Ibraham Lincoln was a "hired man." His
sister Sarah "worked aut" as a "hired girl"
Jim I lill was a section hand on tail n i
' : '" ,he '": P,0y <>' a i a ki t company in St. Paul, earned fifty
m The list ol barberswho have become famous would amaze
w not already familial v ,tl, it,and there is a vast army of
ollectors who have made enough m.....v to travel in Europe
()"" ?' "' es ful refuse ri I runs one ol I ie besi or
- ranized businesses in Central lllim
11 ," P li;ir. fl,||>' "f most men and women to look down
"i1"" rendei them the most valuable service
When Jesus Christ washed the feel of his friends, he tri
' : /" ;';,"'",ai doctrine of His great philosophy, bui
-'" 'I H then, and it is probable thai .
I it to-dai
" is on* of the absurdities of life that we all stand in line
Cifr[ora,c-h" ' our hats off to any man wil i m
!" loal " public expense, and hold our noses high in the
k" vl1'" wepas.8 the man <.,- woman who washes our dirtv
'irts for us.
|t is a characteristic of most gr*at men that they have never
This occurred to me not very
long ago on la-t Street Hill,
wfth the resuli ol a bi
iiid a rofc nbi
If ill' i arts are al
f )e msi d and to in re i in num-
I" r. th< re certainly should be a
, restriction placi d on their b< ing
[allowed to rush down the hills.
I he practice is not only dan- of the upper floor gave way and
' rousto oth i- bul als > to the -at were plunged to the beach,
ts of the c irts.
1 hanking you sir for space.
Yours truly
:h, California, 25.
VVhili tli 1.m I persons
1 on a double in.r in front of the citv audi-
torium \ rd y, celebrating
"British Empire Day" a section
forty feet below.
persons, mostly,
DRIVER.
.*
was
d to do any useful thing when it was necessary
esame 'hired man" d'gitV. v
f1 byh'sbodj guard, when In ,,, ,lf the United
\ sitting on the edge of the bed, cl din his nightie, sewing
j lei button on ins pants
was not a freak of gi 1 It was an evidence of it.
fcVPhes ambition is the d si to serve. Ii is a disgrace
tin a street laborer, but it is 1 to be
I'here .
word which will sum that
ind that is II
ally the meaning ol that
I del lin y >u 110 longer,
|ho|K.' you will gii and have
Pjoyable holiday. Make the
if this lovely B happy because it is I.: 11
V'av."
-*
Ri ter's message from Port
1'iiih amiouni 11 de Itl
I. TancVi Ie \ugu te, ft >,.
<>f Haiti. President Au-
eeded < i< ncral Cincin-
Eg, who was hum; ;,!,.,,. j
|re which destroyed Ins pal-
B August last.' The new
dent is Senator Michel
."The West In.ha Com-
Fe Circular," May 6, iqi
:e is no better thin its
Nassau N. P.
May 36th 1 ij
Di u Mr. Tribum .
I his short letter is to draw
; 1 attention to a mu< h com-
plained of nuisani 1 whit h no
doubl you and many others
have noticed^ viz. the number of
box carts now in use in oui
public streets, and thorough-
Thos of us who n-1 Horses
and Carriages know just how
gn at a nuisance these box carts
are. Uoys use them tocarr) arti-
cles to and from the city to SU-
burbs and always coast down
hi I III Timid horses take
fright at the noises, an I van
often the steering lines break
and without any notice these
1 aits rush into your vehicle or
un ler your h 11 >, md without
my wining it you cm imagine
the results.
Nassau X. P.
Mr. Editor :
I 'c.-ir Sir,
Kindly allow me space in
your valuable columns to ex-
press my feelings and the t
of many others towards
National Holidays. Mr. Editor
do you think it is right for ail)
mer of business to be trans-
acted on that day '-. ()ut of the
who], year onlj one or two days
are allowed and to see Mr.
Editor that some of the busi-
S men of this town would
take that day or days a>
from us.
Em| should h ivebeen
kept up on Saturday but Fridaj
has been chosen and to open up
Friday morning that will only
be giving the clerks about two
hours holiday. This matter
ought to be thought into more
serious. The poor clerks really
need more holiday than they
get sometimes osce a year and
then only a week at that. I my-
self do not think that it is do-
ing right to impose upon them.
Kindly thanking you for this
sp 1.1 and hoping that the next
National Hob lay all doors will
be closed.
ONE INTERESTl D,
1'hirtv three
Women were
killed.
The total number of injured
may reach 200.
CABLEGRAMS
London, 95.The strained
relations between the Balkan
allies show little improvement.
A dispatch from Athens says
the Greek fleet while pass
Laval.1, was tired upon by Bul-
garian shore batterii
London, 25. Victoria Park,
in the W' it 1 d, was the scene
of rioting to-day wh. 1 trades
unionistsand socialists attempt-
ed to hold a demonstration in
support of votes for working
Wi >inen.
Mounted and loot police by
repeated charges finally drove
the crowd away.
There were innumerable free
Berlin. 25. -England has un-
mistakably been trumps in Ber-
lin for the last week. The spec*
tacular manner in which the
kaiser inaugurated the Royal
wedding by pardoning two
English officers and one civilian
serving sentences in German
fortresses on charge of espion-
has made, on the whole, a
very happy impression through-
out the country, and gives the
lote for the spirit in which
the press and the public have
received the visit of King George
and Queen Mary.
Nobod) longer believes in
the fiction that the coming of
the king and queen is merely an
act of family affection devoid of
political significance.
Load in, 25.Woman writers
of the suffrage league have pre-
1 two letters, one to the
king and queen, the other to the
press, denouncing the attitude
of parliament toward suffr.i
and particularly the "'Cat and
M ius bill.
Paris, 25.The draft of a bill
authorizing the French govern-
ment to borrow $200,000,000
for twenty years to meet mili-
tary expenses, was submitted
to day to the cabinet by the
minister <>f finance, and was ap-
proved.
London, 25.A princess's es-
tate might have been picked up
cbe ip at auction this week. At
the mart of Toekhouse yard a
firm of auctioneers offered for
sale the Isle of VVioht, estate
of Princess Henry of Battenbeig
>ut there was scarcely any
bid Ung loi the property, which
was eventually withdrawn.
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'Ill '1 1< ] 1 I 1^ L
the Turkscocquered Asia from Eu-
rope and no' Irmi Asia, nnrl when
we realize iln.s i.icf, lliere musl be
some rTiisgfvtttjts for the future.
Adrianople, not Bru<.i, \\ is tlie
first real capital n( ill l'urks,and
it wns on '.he battle field of Kos.
sovo that their empire was horn.
Not until after they had success
fully matched their arms Against
Europe were they able to extend
their empire into Asia. This fol-
lows historical'precedent.
(To be continued.)
The Committee of the Chamber
of Commerce for the Bahamian
F.xhlbit. at the Canadian F.xhlbl-
tion. at Toronto. August and Sep.
tember. of this year, have decided
to place a Special Exhibition Num.
Iieaof "The Slrombus" 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 resi-
dences. Owners of Boats,etc.,etc.,
would do well to advertise in the
Exhibit Ion Number and bring their
business to the notice of the maov
thousands of Canadians who will
visit this exhibition, and who arc
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."
onto Exhibition
1913
August 23 to September S
THE Committee appointed by
the Chamfer of Commerce
to organize the Bahama* Exhibit
would be glad in receive offeri
from intending Exhihitorg of any
u/the undermentioned articles, as
well as any other* that might re-
commend themselves /or the pur.
pose :
Sisal
Sponge
Canned Pmc-a-ples
i mned Tflmatiw*
1 'tesei ves, various
Plants, potted
Cigars
Toon ceo
Hark
Fruit
Mats
Mi.-Ms
Cat ios
Woo ||
Carvings
. ortoise Shell
Tortoise Shell Work
1'oltol)
Shell flasket Woik.
All Exlirtwts must be in the
hsmls of ilic Committee m time
|oi the Steamer leaving this port
AufUSl 1st, 1013.
Apply.U
CHAS. E. ALRURY,
Chairmar.
or
9J1AS. J. ABBOTT,
Secretary.
JOHN BUTLER.
WILL SELL.
At the residence of H. C. Christie
Market Street
On Thursday,39th instent, at 11,30
F'URNITURE.&c, Piano.
Handsome Centre Piece.
Antique Table and Colonial
Sideboard.
One Soli.I Cclar Bureau.
Terms Cash.
THERE will he an nteitin-
ment in the Good Saw iritan
Hall on lues lav evening tin :~ h
inst, consisting of recitations,
songs, and dialogues, by the chil-
dren of Juv, and others Reserve
seats is general admission 6d.
Doors open at 730 comme.ice
at 8 p. in,
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE ROYAL STOKE
OUR "Royal" Household
Biand Moor gelling at 2d
pence per 11). and 30s. par hay of
196 lbs,
"olden Star Flour 2 Ihs for 3$d.
and "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs
for 3Jd.
Centennial Flour per hap 38s.
Pigs Feel in Vinegar at yd, per lb.
Brown Sugai at 2J1I. pr lb Our
rice white and clean, best 111 town
tiling at 4(1. per quart.
All our Groceries are fresh and
gooil quality and cheap.
Pure Jama s Rum at ios, par
falh n.
JAMFS I FAUNDERS A Co.
N issau N. P.
15 ihamas,
\( nl I 5th I'll),
Wi; would dorm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on h.nd an extensive Slock of H:\VAWt IGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra!
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
1 pe Cigars are manufactured on nui premises bv skilled workmen.
mil uri il 1 ains are taken to produce an atticle of superior quality.
The success we have mei with in the past leads us confidently toexpeca
the p.11 ronage ol ( onnolseurs
J. L. SAUNDI RS & Co.
W. A. MATHER.
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and the Public tint he hag
just received a complete outfit rf
facilities for the business of an un-
dertaker, which place* him in a
posii ion to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
system and despatch; and respect1
lully solicits their patronage (>et
inv Prices first and prove that they
are the very lowest for first class
work.
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lh. packets at gd.
"Ufillit" and Puff Creams
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Curranl Puffs at I, lb,
LIP ION'S COCOA.
\ lh, tins is.
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from Now York ?
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Grocer Better Butter
at 44Cts. per lb. and Weight
guaranteed.
NEW YORK HOUSE
FOR SALE.
A FISHING SM<\CK, in good
condition. Good Sails.
14 feet keel19 feet overall6J
feet wide. Apply 'Tribune."
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
ALE AND 5TOU I*.
A delicious Dunk brewed.
Hops containing; all the
value of ale and Stout but!
out the after effect-., pndj
bottle, -j- do*.
LIME CHAMPAGNE.
Pints 7M, Quarts tod ]
SPARKLING VAI.F.NTO \\H\
Pints 7M Per do*. 61.
GINGER ALL &GINGERRE
Tints 6d, Pel do/ 5,
JPECIAL PRICES BY I
t ASKS.
SOLD \T BLACK'S
222 Ray St. H
THE NASSAU CANDY
KITCHEN.
II. S. BlgACK, Agepj
FOR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELL!
HOUSE with bath room
taclied and all out door convi
iepces including a Tank.
East Street, South, opposite
Nassau Prison.
Apply to
JOS. LAING
Blue HillSt.Soutj
W
ANTED.House Servai
Good waot>
Apply "Tribune
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