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I Hi'. I k I I'U NI-. Zbc tribune "HiiirJ AY. May 29. 1913. So th.' Health Bill hns its fate in the I low %  a! i It lias ha a troubled career, and in the course of its trav< Is lias been buffeted and sore wound* d more than on, e, Weil, let it die and It another and a better lake its place if needs he In cas of an amendment of the prea nt law we I that care will be taken tor. a general agreement in the Legislatui before the subject hes its final stages. We want an agreed Hill in such a The House seems to be making real progress towards the end of it-, business. With the coming forward of hi-pow majest\the Appropriation Hill comes the prospect Of a close to legislative deliberations. W e ate wondering how things are going as regard al of mail contracts, we hope the Executive will soon see its way clear in tie' matter. YE CANNOT SERVE TWO MASTERS. Having tins injunction in view our l,. gislature has enacted that officials of the Colony shall not engage in trade; that the Chief Justice shall not be a member of either Branch of the I lature or of any Board. At times public affairs are so Strangely handled that we simply Wonder. Just nowetWO important matters have to be dealt with by the Government, namely, the renewal of Mail contracts and I lotel accommodation. It will be remembered that when the Acquisition of bands Bill was before the Legislature it was opposed by a membi r wh , rumour says, is the retained Attorney of id,' Florida i | C oast Hotel Company : ail ri^ht BO laras il. |„il how now i the Attorney of the Florida I'C. I lotel Co. is als >, as Attorney General, the 1 riser ol the (iovernor on anv contract with the F. E. C. 11. Co.; furr. >n i a ,•• of tli,. necessity of luquiring land that may be owned by the F. E. C. II. Co u ho will be the Governor's ad' L^i er ? If rumour sciys tiue, the %  kitorncy of the F. H. C. II. Co. ^^ }^ain, should anv litigation I aiise out of the recent breach of contract by the P. & O. S. S. Co. the present Chief Ju-tice, ru mtur >ays, is Attorney of the 1'. & 0. S. S. Co. We note also that the Chief Justice isChairman of the Hoard of Health. The law on these pi lints very clear and should be adhered to. It may be said that I a pointments are only acting > n s. Nevertheless every act or de sion, or advice of an actii has all the force and of the permanent officer, in short an acting Judge is .bid-le facto. These apparent incongruities should be avoided. amend the law relating to the sale of PoiSOUS and I IrugS, an 1 A Bill to amend the Motor Car Act i 108 On motion of Mr. Malcolm dved that the amendment proposed by the Legislative Council to the Hill to Consolidate and amend the law relating to Electric light &c. be printed. ( ) i Motion of Mr. And i, lea\ i ranted 'to Mr.Cli -s E. Bethetl a member for the Western I of the I *ro\ idenci fu Miss Lunice L. I I i-1<^liter of Mr. and Mrs. G. \Y. II of this city, passed away \< day evening at tl i i 45. I. ieral%  HI ; %  > %  .1 hei racti r and In t very winning disp sition. I ler loss will b • kei nly frit by a lar^e circle of friends who knew her Only to love her, and the bereav%  d family have -nil.-red a terri ble loss. Our sympathy gi out to them. May 1 icli and full cons ilation be ti eirs I The funeral to ik place this afti rnoon at the W< stern Cem •tary A Sliort S< is field a.t tie home by R ;v. S. |. B nett, I'.. A. ami R >' \ Dami condui t< d the 1 grave. j* IION HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY W ednesday E\ ening. a Mav 1 The House met according to adjournment. Present: Mr. Speaker ct al Mr. Speaker informed the Hoc.se that he had received an application from Mr. W. R Culiner for the post of Second Clerk and S rjeanl at arms should that office bee. cant and re | U sting that the House would give his applica lion favourable consideration. A message from the I Ion. the Legislative Coined was pre' • l by its Clerk informing the House that they had pa the' Bill to cons ilidate and nd the law relating toElec trie Light and Electrical energy and Telephone, m \ e w Providence making several .amendments therein and that the Council had passed the following Hills without making any amendments therein viz:-— A Mill to consolidate and 1 the n er of the Session. < )n Motion of Mr.Albury Re \ ed thai the Question asked bj him tine\ ( ,i I the An 1 thereto be printed. Mr. >\ 1 I a petition from certain citizens of New l'io\ idence praying the I louse to pro I with the Tariff Bill now b 1 ire the I louse hav ing foi its object the tion of the advaloreno I >uty 1 percent tO 21 I pel (I 111. Mr. Gamblin from the Com mittee on the < iovernors Mi I 1 : rence to the purchasi al land and for the extension ol the Western Cemetery handed in a report v ich was read 1 to be print On Motion of Mr. Sand I • Bill for 1 il 1 ilishii 4 radio-telegraphit Co in I Colony an I betw my and parts !>. yond ti. I limits o| the Colony w 1, rila :c >:i I time and committed to a< mittee of the Whole I louse. The Deputj from the above committi ted that they hi! gone through the Hill without making any amend uients thereto. t )n Motion of Mr. Sands the Hill to amend the l.iw relating to the Telegraph Department of the Colony WHS r. ad a se md time and Committed to a Com mittee of the W hole 1|<. I Hi puty Speaker rep that the above committee ha I gone through the bill making tine a ent therein. On Motion of Mr. Sands the Hill to suspend the op: ( j n ,,f the provisions of Bection four and ten of the Pierage and wharfa ;•• Act I 87 \ was re id a third lime and pass d and the title thereof declared to be an Act to suspend the op< ration of theprovisionsof section four an I ten of tin' Pierage and Wharf age Act 1-/| On Motion of Mr. Malcolm the Bill to provide forthe better examination and audit of the Public Ac mints of the Col was read a third time and passed. Ordered, thai all reports of t Committees recommending grants of public money be red to the Committee of the w h Ie I louse on the a| propriation Bill. ()n Motion of Mr. Albury the appropriation Bill was read a second tii ( )n Motion the 1 louse adjourned until to morrow e\ ing. The following ir1 yesterday from Key VV per Schl "I : — rs Anna North. Hazel Thompson, < irace 1 frompson, Lillian Roylie, Silver Horgi and Atheria Kelly ; Me-.lames Caroline '| h np 0 1, \l William .. I Ina Taj lor ; Ml Benjamin Culmer, Mervin Kelly Chiiries \ei ly, John P. Bui I 1 Walker, Kir haul Curry. and W. K. Bi .ii' a ; M.i tters Talbot Thomp-i m, Cla Thn n Vrthur Taylor, i !crberl I..lor, and John Knowli -, The Si ho.,%  1 "S irah I i I ouglass" arrived last night from Miami with I 1 of lumber and shingles and the following Misses Ethel J. Munniii Elam Ellen Johnson, Susan Ji ihns m, .md Edith Thompson ; Minnie Johi Augusta Ne ley, I imily Pinder, I 1 Roberts, Adella Thomp-o 1, Edith Bullard, < /phelia Johnson, Ale • IVni \, ,\;n\ Matilda 1 lepi.nrii ; Messrs I'"idie Mortimoi. Lloyd Mortimore, I \ ser Han. Alexander $imms,John Miller, Dat id Pinder, Octavius Roll*, Able Major, Virginius -, Roland Wells, leremiah Ri hardson, Edward G&itor, La I lean, Helpiah Sands Lloyd Major, Frank Thompson, Simeon {Rolle, Joseph Bowleg Kdmond Symonett, Samuel Clarke, Hosea Hall, John Thouipsonjolin I lepburn,Liverpoo I Johnson, Nathaniel Gibson and B. J. Bethel ; Masters John Hepburn, Charles Hepburn, Milton Bowleg, McGregor las, Nolma Russell and Kenneth Thompson r Nassau N. P. eh Ma) 1913 I tear Mr. Tribune, Is the act iog Attorney ( i eneral the legal adviser to the F.



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T THE T R i B t; N ARE Si ILITARY. To be a hundred ye irs ahead i f y< iur time 'ns intellectual s<>litude. J us was i I becau* he is so far a ad of his time that the good brethren of the Church could rstand him. Galileo was so far ahead of his time that people thought him I n i bel was the butt i>f many a pleasant little jesl on the of thoie who thought him harmh -•: and Bernan McFadden has been bitterly at: icked bj the Anthi 113 Comstock inbe When a thinker attempts t'> modifj his idea: to please his fri %  iids, he 1 real in a pleasant waj. Well-meaning friends ink 1 ption to everything the pro p md the lisl of available prophets decreases mightily il mgh the desire of men to conform to what their fiiends I)' il JVC In %  ectual litade a man may think as he pli nor nei d he modify w hal he thinks for th He fn %  himself from the terrible tyranny ol 1 ustom and style that he may think for himself. I le result is crucifixion, the si li istile, povei' its. Nobody I ait .1 great man can si and yet in i! 5 lines of th ught the solitude must precede the greatness. Great men have friends. Oh, yes, deeper and truer than the friends of the feeble. Hut the number is restricted, and the furflier one advance-., the narrower becomes the circle. I. C. I lotel Co and at the same time the acting legal ad\ i ei of tin' < i iVI lament on the pending M dl Contract ? I have bi 11 woa h 1 ing if this is so. If it should be so thesituation is peculiar. In some respects it looks a lut comic. Hut of com 1 may be on the wrong track. • Youi CURIOUS. o An Interesting Feature of one of the Paris l> tulevards ii a public house worked on automatic lines. Round the shop are and slots lor coins of sari0 denominations, and the customer hashischon eol liquor! ftum beer to wine and cognac, j By an ingenious apparatus Inj front the customer can wash his. glass. On another side of thej sli >p there are large gla is cov< rs U nil andw iches. The custom* 1 I makes his choice, drop-. 111 his) mom y, and the huge enamel plate containing the sandwiches slowly turns round and shoots a sandwich out^through an aperture. Most ople are aware of the |M>". ells to resisl 1 \ t< rnal pressure on the ends, but not many would credit the results ol ti stS reci ntly mad. Eight ordinary hens' eggs were submitted to pressure applied illy all over the surface of the shell, and the boa' -mi s vaned between .| >ll>. and 7 511 >. per square inch. With the stresses applii d intern to twi Ive eggs, tbese gave n at pressures varying between 32I0. and o,U' i" it square inch. I he pressure required to crush, the egg varied between 40II1. and 75I0. The average thickness of the shell was 13-1,000 in. C \B] EGRAMS May 29th I913. London, 27.—George Collins, chairman of the London Corporation Cattle Market Committee's banquet to night, said that the ramifications of the American meat trust were Stronger in London now than ever bcfoie. The situation, he added, was difficult to combat, but the corporation now was quite alive t) its importance, and p ssibly legislation would be invoked, il other mi iled, to circumvent the methods of the trust. N'ew London, 37.—Summi r i at rir rived 111 England. Tfdaj B 1 den: the jterj ed in London. London, 27.—An official announcement will probabl) sued to morrow thatOscar I lammerstein is no longer the owner of the London 1 1, 1 ra I louse It was said last night from Arthur I lammerstein that mi 1 ami mnting to s 140,1 now due and his father had de cided ii:: tely to accept the hightest bid for the property. London. %  / \ report from that Lord Milbe appoint i< ral %  >r in Charge of the Turkish scheme of reform 1pn m ature. The fact isjthat the Ottoman go a' has asked the British government for the loan of thi of a number of British officials to assist in the re-organizatioti of Turkey in Asia. The British government has tented, but no names have yet 1 submit!' I. St. Andrews. 2f, Tine of thp four American competitois ip'he first round of the amateur golf championship "I' ireat Britain to day ere beaten, while Canada was eliminated when Nartin of Victoria was beaten by Willie I ireim, a lot al crack, j upand .). and Jackson Walton of Edmonton lost to Lest Stevens of the Royal Cinque I Club, 6 up and 5 to play. < hie of the Americans, how', Heinrich Schlidt, the d issachutetts state champion showed such capital form as to take him far in the competition if it is continued. The first days play provided few excitements or Surprises. New York. 27.—Polo of the real competitive kind was witnessed yesterday at Piping Rod; when the English team who are to play Meadowbrook in the international matches next month engaged in a special match against a Piping Rockline up, one of the strongest obtainable, whom they defeated by 111 goals to 4. -\ Con", 27.—Ex'I to 4 v th United States w ludicrou ly unprepared for war, and in gi ; additio to the army. 11 is subject was "The military power given un the constitution," and his ures on questions of : iiinent, A Rare Opportunity for Securing S pecial Bar gains W ILLIAMS, theShoeman has just opt tied up a shipment of over 2,600 pairs Boots and Shoes, 560 pair:; of which are a Special Bargain lot ofLadies' White Nubuck, Buckskin, Tan Leather, Blai \< Satin and White Canvas,( )xford Tit s, Strap Slippers and Pumps. Ri lar prices ranging from Ss. to to be sold during the ni \t 10 days at the very low price of 6s. per pair. Williams' Wholesale & Retail Shoe Establishment. 877, 879 HAY ST.. CITY I NO! I C !•:. T III-s is to inform my Patrons and the Public in Grneral that 1 have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now re idj to do anything in the lias ol General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically, P. A. Huylef, 4S3 Bay Street. East (wharf) I OR SALE I'.V TENDER. O NE Half ol that desirable building Lot on the Eastern side of Macltny street, fronting on Bay-street 81 feet, and running southwanlly 135 feet. The right is reserved to rrjrct the whole or ?ny of the Tenders. Tenders will 0* received by T. M. BNOVVLES, 528 East Bay stieet, until the jist M iy, 1913. Williams ShOS Are BETTER JLJ



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je-rcv | % 11' M BARGAIN Day Thvrtday and Friday Ma v 29th and 30th \l I'HB NASSAU BARG VIN HOI 'SK Comer Market ngd King Streets. O VER IOO pairs Ladies and Children's Shoes at only 4s. pair. I hoe we re-sold from 5s. to &. pnir, 200 \aiJFJIM Matting, sold at is. 3d. lor is. yard 1 BiiKName -Stove for £2. 1 Cm Floor Rug, price £2, for 1 Crex Floor Rug, price £1 10s. foi £l 4s. Ladies BUck Sat' en Petticoats Price 6s. at only 4s, Ladies White Dresses, puce 8s. at 5s. Fine H. s. Pillow Cases is foi od, n ,, ,, iod. for 8d. Fine Prints, price 41!. yanl at only 3d. yard Doulile width Dress Goods, a Waadarfsjl rnulo wonts l>ow any man ran prlvat*l> estre* Mmae.lt art 1 1 a.ich Uaaaswa aa lUoud Fniaon l Inr,. t .:.•.! ur A<-|utr*1l. J ptadup, !, of Pow-r. Nirv-ua laebility. IndlaCTVtM Ol < (VanUffWU* Duv-ea*", tiio AfUT-*'iTiiUof taat Laving ; i, UV.-TTK <1n7 "i••* wlM %  >• a rte**Ma HivM you n-w bo'ia a new Iwsea on life. It ia enoek full or •mod. aouod logic and aoVwa-jiat Ow ihmga v-u at. I LIIUW and follow If yoq want votir ald-Mena fcaatth. atrsMtaTlM m. n ss.ar-aU.r-d. a<-i >l BIOMT NOW for your o>\ y of thu. Oraat *~ aaajad aavwopa. pta MEN'S AILMENTS OR. JOS. UST EHtCp .^-'g>*" CtM|i, IIUU.S.*. Sands'SruDio C LOSES I inns 1.iv land for 1 j MM, mli i.nlv. K'IA EIVI N^ I ill-. WEEK AT II I. \ (' K'H iaa Ilrtv-Street and I HE N \-\i i;ANDV KI IA HEN. H i t I LEY A PALMERS NEW (Joiid Luck Biscuits KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. 1 ALE IND STOUT. \ delicti ais I Irink brewi d from f 1.1| ciniiaining all the tiinic value I ale and Slout hut with* out the alter effect*, price 6d, ii iitle. $*. Loose and in hall p. on 1 packets UMK CHAMPAGNE. at is. .l. per lb. 1 l "' s ?t t 'Q. u ,r,s ' Hunt ley ft Palmers IV.. t Reurre, SPAHKLISG VAI.ENTO WINE. W. A. MATHER. UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public lhat he has just received a complete outfit of facilities foi the business of an underiaker, which places luui in n position to carry out Funeials th.it may he entrusted to his cue with system and despatch j and respect fully solicits their patronage Get my Prices first and prove that '.hey are the very lowest for first class work. Maria and Coronation, in half pound pa. kets. CRAWFORD'S Mutter Puff, in | II). pal kets at 41I. „ "Llillit" and Full C n inn at is. 6d, pi Hi. Pinis 7id. Pr-r dot 5s. SPECIAL PRICES BY THE C v-si-.^. SOLD AT BLACK'S „ Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb. 2 --' '*/•>' .*.. and LIPON'S COCOA. THE NASSAU CANDY H, ,, Kiu HEN. H.S. BLACK. A;.,... Why import Buttor from New York ? It costs more than >cts per ll>. V/e can supply the retail Grocer Better Butter at 44Cts. per IK and welfftlt P u a ra n t. NEW YORK HOUSE FOR SALE. A PISHING s\l VCK, in good Condition, flood S.iiis. 14 feet keel —19 feet over all—GJ feet wide. Apply Tribune." I OR HIRE. A SIX ROOM DWELLING /\ll()l ~sT with bath nxtm at tactied and all out doot cotiveii* ienctts including a Tank. Knst Street, South, opposite N iss.lll Prison. Apply 10 h IS. I MNG Blue lid! St. South W ANTED.—House Servant. Good Wages. Apply Tiihune Office." I 1



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No. 157
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1 ill V-.,.|v
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I'XV till.* IN M'VAM K
Adteilisitt e |*i line
fur in-t i u iti"n ; i pei line
'I vr< -miiI insert i i 'in-' i-'iii
line foi tvbtequettt insertion*'
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an eye -.. in : i in.
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Win-,
Ami begged with a Woman's pus-
hiuiiftif im|(l)i,
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close lint.i Him,
Ami answered her passionate
plea :
"I have iii.miv .i VOil 8 (hat is loud
mul si rong,
To speak in I he wmld lor me,
Bui I'vt" no one to sing luilahy
>ng
To ilns wcelittle babebut ihee."
And III''sons; was so IWtXt, and
lhe sung was so soft,
That the babe on her bosom
smiled,
And tin- world that a< we.siy of
noise and ''f sirife
Saw God in the mother nnd
child.
Eleanor Scott Sharpies.
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Just v> lieie you sthitd in theconlhct,
There is your place I
Just where von think you are use-
less,
Hide not your face.
God placed yowthere for a purpose,
Whate'er it may he ;
Think He has chosen you for it,
Then walk loyally.
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l I \ki '. Wl .1. LOSE ASI \
MINOI*.
mi luded,)
I >H ins all historic li>nt s Asia
Minoi had '. ei bi eti u ssfulli
' undei oi e sceptei unh si the
mqui si w as m ide from Europe
mul the seal "l powei niitinu
remain in l-.urope. Darius I
(he p iwei ul Cia us, >ul lie -
not pn-sess I he i untrj On the
i l< uid, Vlex mdt r ill
ning "iii f Kuropi Ii rt an in
' \si i Minoi -.inch still
lemain . md 11 Rom :
.nude a p rmnnenl foothold
ihems lvi-s in \|.i -it i i liey
deslroyed (he Mai ed inians .it
Pydim, 168 B.C. Further, the
power of (he Byzantines in Asia
Minor shrank in proportion (o
then successive losses iii Europe,
When Hi ela ned in tuio|......i-
I) Constantini pie, the Mam
lilt":.il in I llie peninsula ..f 'ill.
11poll, (heir douiiiiio i in kst.it \-
tendi 'I ii" fai ihei lhan (he
from i he i u >( "-. nit
Sophia, m in daily, ihe Seljuk
Turks l.iilecl li^n illy to build
an Anatoli hi i'm pi re with Km.a
as the i apital. But (heir Kto.
kinsman succeeded I \ going
to I' urope li-si, . 11 back ini inii|iier.
As the holding ol Asia Minor
depends on possessing territory in
Europe, so Syrii has n
the appanage of Egypt or Mesopo-
tamia, I he Ottoman I'ui ks as-
sured themselves of the possession
.-I Syria by ihe conquest "I Egypt,
and it was from Egypt (hat Napo-
ri entered Syria. It was not
the Turks hi Syria who turned
him hack.
And conquering Egypt and Sy
ria, the lurk next possessed He-
jaz and ihe Yemen, with the sacred
Cities of Mecca and Medina, and of
the califate itself.
These historical facts do not
throw any too much hope into the
prospects for a future Turkish Em-
pire. If historical precedent moans
anything, the losing of European
territory means the loss of both
Asia Minoi and Syria, In conclu-
sion this writer says:
"'If Tuikcy had maintained her
military [tower and prestige in tin
Balkan war, thete might be some
hope for the future. If ill the ra-

nal elements i" I er \jjanc pos-
sessions ivete congenial at id ht\ .1
and sympathetic, theie imghi be
some hope for (he future. If the
links possessed int adminis i i-
iive abilitv, or the rji t as ol i:.
I here might I iope for the
future. If Turkey Im \ any finau
cial resources, or inv means <>f
ng money f' x inomic devel-
opment without c ntmuing to sell
a ependent I foreign capi.
talisd, there m ue Ii tpe
for the fiitu-i But alter I lie rout
i Kirk Kdi- lefenl at
Kumon vi, -unions sur-
render of Salon iki, the Turks ire
no longt i the proud d -minant race
in (he eyes "I (he raci inhabiting
her Asiatic pro-.: i I nvei
whom they have 'lorded it" lor
centuries. The Aralts, fanatical
Moslems, ,u> beginning to ask
whether the Turkish sultan, as
cdif, his shown himself to he the
'defender "f the faith.' Arabs,
Kmil-, i'iii-i-s. Armenian-.
h tie and desp 'iier, but
II -t i nu ''.' in I des.
Mi- Turk. The Turks never
hnwn, and uevei will show,
the administrative genius necessa-
ry to unite the races of the Asi '
provinces, to const i i ii genuine
cmistituti nal formntgovernment,
and to develop (he i conomic c -
sources of the country. There is
no money in the Turkish treasury,
and I he burden of (he debt is :
viei than ever before. If foreign
capitalists develop the resoui
of Asiatic 'Tin key, their quid
will amount to wh it is practi-
cally nwnciship. Woe to the van-
quished is not as terrible and met
i cry as woe t" the penni-
less!
" This is a gloomy picture I am
pailTtingof Turkey's future, hut it
it a true one, In Asiatic Turkey
we must he prepared for a separa-
tist movement, whose least result
will be autonomy on the part of
ihe \i dis, and a p issihle extension
l Tiench |xotectorate over Syria.
The annexation by Russia of the
provinces inhabited mostly by Ar-
menians, is no! nu iinp-tssibility.
Ultimately, Germany will have
something to Say about Asia Mi-
nor proper and Mesopotamia. 'The
'Turks, as a ruling race, teem doom-
ed to disappear.""Signs ol the
Times Magazine," April 191 ,
.*


I Hi'. I k I I'- U NI-.
Zbc tribune
"Hiiir-Jay. May 29. 1913.
So th.' Health Bill hns
its fate in the I low a! i
It lias ha a troubled career,
and in the course of its trav< Is
lias been buffeted and sore
wound* d more than on, e,
Weil, let it die and It another
and a better lake its place if
needs he In cas of an amend-
ment of the prea nt law we I
that care will be taken tor.
a general agreement in the
Legislatui before the subject
hes its final stages. We
want an agreed Hill in such a
The House seems to be mak-
ing real progress towards the
end of it-, business. With the
coming forward of hi-- pow
majest\- the Appropriation Hill
comes the prospect Of a close to
legislative deliberations.
W e ate wondering how things
are going as regard
al of mail contracts, we hope
the Executive will soon see its
way clear in tie' matter.
YE CANNOT SERVE TWO
MASTERS.
Having tins injunction in
view our l,. gislature has enact-
ed that officials of the Colony
shall not engage in trade; that
the Chief Justice shall not be a
member of either Branch of the
I lature or of any Board.
At times public affairs are so
Strangely handled that we sim-
ply Wonder.
Just nowetWO important mat-
ters have to be dealt with by
the Government, namely, the
renewal of Mail contracts and
I lotel accommodation.
It will be remembered that
when the Acquisition of bands
Bill was before the Legislature
it was opposed by a membi r
wh , rumour says, is the retain-
ed Attorney of id,' Florida i |
C oast Hotel Company : ail ri^ht
BO laras il. |il how now
i the Attorney of the Florida
I'- C. I lotel Co. is als >, as At-
torney General, the 1 riser
ol the (iovernor on anv contract
with the F. E. C. 11. Co.; fur-
r. >n i a , of tli,. necessity of
luquiring land that may be
owned by the F. E. C. II. Co
u ho will be the Governor's ad'
L^i er ? If rumour sciys tiue, the
kitorncy of the F. H. C. II. Co.
^^,}^ain, should anv litigation
I
aiise out of the recent breach of
contract by the P. & O. S. S. Co.
the present Chief Ju-tice, ru
mtur >ays, is Attorney of the
1'. & 0. S. S. Co.
We note also that the Chief
Justice isChairman of the Hoard
of Health.
The law on these pi lints
very clear and should be adher-
ed to.
It may be said that I a
pointments are only acting > n s.
Nevertheless every act or de
sion, or advice of an actii
has all the force and -
of the permanent officer, in short
an acting Judge is .bid-- le facto.
These apparent incongruities
should be avoided.
amend the law relating to the
sale of PoiSOUS and I IrugS, an 1
A Bill to amend the Motor Car
Act i 108
On motion of Mr. Malcolm
dved that the amendment
proposed by the Legislative
Council to the Hill to Consoli-
date and amend the law relat-
ing to Electric light &c. be
printed.
( ) i Motion of Mr. And i,
lea\ i ranted 'to
Mr.Cli -s E. Bethetl a member
for the Western I of the

I *ro\ idenci fu
Miss Lunice L. I I i-1<^li-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. \Y. II
of this city, passed away \<
day evening at tl i i 45.
I. ieral-
hi ;>. .1 hei
racti r and In t very
winning disp sition. I ler loss
will b kei nly frit by a lar^e
circle of friends who knew her
Only to love her, and the bereav-
d family have -nil.-red a terri
ble loss. Our sympathy gi
out to them. May 1 icli and full
cons ilation be ti eirs I
The funeral to ik place this
afti rnoon at the W< stern Cem -
tary A Sliort S< is field
a.t tie home by R ;v. S. |. B
nett, I'.. A. ami R >' \ Dami
condui t< d the 1 .
grave.
j*
IION HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
W ednesday E\ ening.
a Mav 1
The House met according to
adjournment.
Present: Mr. Speaker ct al
Mr. Speaker informed the
Hoc.se that he had received
an application from Mr. W.
R Culiner for the post of Second
Clerk and S rjeanl at arms
should that office bee.
cant and re |U sting that the
House would give his applica
lion favourable consideration.
A message from the I Ion. the
Legislative Coined was pre-
' l by its Clerk informing
the House that they had pa
the' Bill to cons ilidate and
nd the law relating toElec
trie Light and Electrical energy
and Telephone, m \ew Provi-
dence making several .amend-
ments therein and that the
Council had passed the follow-
ing Hills without making any
amendments therein viz:-
A Mill to consolidate and
1 the n er of the Session.
< )n Motion of Mr.Albury Re
\ ed thai the Question asked bj
him tin- e\ ( ,i I the An
1 thereto be printed.
Mr. >\ 1 I a peti-
tion from certain citizens of
New l'io\ idence praying the
I louse to pro .....I with the Tariff
Bill now b 1 ire the I louse hav
ing foi its object the tion
of the advaloreno I >uty 1, per-
cent tO 21 I pel (I 111.
Mr. Gamblin from the Com -
mittee on the < iovernors Mi
' I 1 : rence to the
purchasi al land and
for the extension ol the Western
Cemetery handed in a report
v ich was read 1 to
be print
On Motion of Mr. Sand I
Bill for 1 il 1 ilishii 4 radio-tele-
graphit Co in I
Colony an I betw my
and parts !>. yond ti. I limits o|
the Colony w 1, rila :c >:i I
time and committed to a<
mittee of the Whole I louse.
The Deputj from the
above committi ted that
they hi! gone through the Hill
without making any amend
uients thereto.
t )n Motion of Mr. Sands the
Hill to amend the l.iw relating
to the Telegraph Department of
the Colony whs r. ad a se md
time and Committed to a Com
mittee of the W hole 1|<.
I Hi puty Speaker rep
that the above committee ha I
gone through the bill making
tine a ent therein.
On Motion of Mr. Sands the
Hill to suspend the op- :.(- j ,n ,,f
the provisions of Bection four
and ten of the Pierage and
wharfa ; Act I 87 \ was re id a
third lime and pass d and the
title thereof declared to be an
Act to suspend the op< ration of
theprovisionsof section four an I
ten of tin' Pierage and Wharf
age Act 1-/|
On Motion of Mr. Malcolm
the Bill to provide forthe better
examination and audit of the
Public Ac mints of the Col
was read a third time and pass-
ed.
Ordered, thai all reports of
t Committees recommend-
ing grants of public money be
red to the Committee of
the w h Ie I louse on the a| pro-
priation Bill.
()n Motion of Mr. Albury the
appropriation Bill was read a
second tii
( )n Motion the 1 louse ad-
journed until to morrow e\
ing.
The following ir-
1 yesterday from Key VV
per Schl "I :
rs Anna North. Hazel
Thompson, < irace 1 frompson,
Lillian Roylie, Silver Horgi .
and Atheria Kelly ; Me-.lames
Caroline '| h np 0 1, \l
William .. I Ina Taj lor ; Ml
Benjamin Culmer, Mervin Kelly
Chiiries \ei ly, John P. Bui
I 1 Walker, Kir haul Curry.
and W. K. Bi .ii' a ; M.i tters
Talbot Thomp-i m, Cla
Thn n Vrthur Taylor, i !cr-
berl I..- lor, and John Knowli -,
The Si ho.,- 1 "S irah Ii I oug-
lass" arrived last night from
Miami with I 1 of lumber
and shingles and the following
Misses Ethel J. Munniii
Elam Ellen Johnson, Su-
san Ji ihns m, .md Edith Thomp-
son ; Minnie Johi
Augusta Ne ley, I imily Pinder,
. I 1 Roberts, Adella Thomp-
-o 1, Edith Bullard, < /phelia
Johnson, Ale IVni \, ,\;n\ Matil-
da 1 lepi.nrii; Messrs I'"idie Mor-
timoi., Lloyd Mortimore, I,\
ser Han. Alexander $imms,John
Miller, Dat id Pinder, Octavius
Roll*, Able Major, Virginius
-, Roland Wells, leremiah
Ri hardson, Edward G&itor,
La I lean, Helpiah Sands
Lloyd Major, Frank Thompson,
Simeon {Rolle, Joseph Bowleg
Kdmond Symonett, Samuel
Clarke, Hosea Hall, John
Thouipsonjolin I lepburn,Liver-
poo I Johnson, Nathaniel Gibson
and B. J. Bethel ; Masters John
Hepburn, Charles Hepburn,
Milton Bowleg, McGregor
las, Nolma Russell and
Kenneth Thompson r
Nassau N. P.
eh Ma) 1913
I tear Mr. Tribune,
Is the act iog Attorney (iener-
al the legal adviser to the F.



T
THE T R i B t; N
ARE Si ILITARY.
To be a hundred ye irs ahead i f y< iur time
'ns intellectual s<>litude.
J us was i I becau* he is so far
a ad of his time that the good brethren of the Church could
rstand him.
Galileo was so far ahead of his time that people thought him
I n i bel was the butt i>f many a pleasant little jesl on the
of thoie who thought him harmh -: and Bernan McFadden
has been bitterly at: icked bj the Anthi 113 Comstock inbe
When a thinker attempts t'> modifj his idea: to please his
fri iids, he 1 real in a pleasant waj.
Well-meaning friends ink 1 ption to everything the pro
p md the lisl of available prophets decreases mightily
il mgh the desire of men to conform to what their fiiends
I)' il JVC
In ectual litade a man may think as he pli nor
nei d he modify w hal he thinks for th
He fn - himself from the terrible tyranny ol 1 ustom and style
that he may think for himself. I le result is crucifixion, the
si li istile, povei' its.
Nobody I ait .1 great man can si and yet in
i! 5 lines of th ught the solitude must precede the greatness.
Great men have friends. Oh, yes, deeper and truer than the
friends of the feeble. Hut the number is restricted, and the fur-
flier one advance-., the narrower becomes the circle.
I. C. I lotel Co and at the same
time the acting legal ad\ i ei of
tin' < i iVI lament on the pending
M dl Contract ? I have bi 11
woa h 1 ing if this is so. If it
should be so thesituation is pe-
culiar. In some respects it looks
a lut comic. Hut of com 1
may be on the wrong track.
Youi
CURIOUS.
o
An Interesting Feature of one
of the Paris l> tulevards ii a
public house worked on auto-
matic lines. Round the shop are
and slots lor coins of sari-
0 denominations, and the
customer hashischon eol liquor!
ftum beer to wine and cognac, j
By an ingenious apparatus Inj
front the customer can wash his.
glass. On another side of thej
sli >p there are large gla is cov< rs !
U nil andw iches. The custom* 1 I
makes his choice, drop-. 111 his)
mom y, and the huge enamel
plate containing the sandwiches
slowly turns round and shoots a
sandwich out^through an aper-
ture.
Most ople are aware of the
|m>". ells to resisl 1 \
t< rnal pressure on the ends, but
not many would credit the re-
sults ol ti stS reci ntly mad. .
Eight ordinary hens' eggs were
submitted to pressure applied
illy all over the surface
of the shell, and the boa'
-mi s vaned between .| >ll>.
and 7 511 >. per square inch. With
the stresses applii d intern
to twi Ive eggs, tbese gave n
at pressures varying between
32I0. and o,U' i"it square inch.
I he pressure required to crush,
the egg varied between 40II1.
and 75I0. The average thickness
of the shell was 13-1,000 in.
C \B] EGRAMS
May 29th I913.
London, 27.George Collins,
chairman of the London Cor-
poration Cattle Market Com-
mittee's banquet to night, said
that the ramifications of the
American meat trust were Stron-
ger in London now than ever
bcfoie. The situation, he added,
was difficult to combat, but the
corporation now was quite alive !
t) its importance, and p ssibly
legislation would be invoked, il
other mi iled, to circum-
vent the methods of the trust.
N'ew
London, 37.Summi r i at rir
rived 111 England. Tfdaj B 1 de-
- n: the jter-
j ed in London.
London, 27.An official an-
nouncement will probabl) !
sued to morrow thatOscar I lam-
merstein is no longer the owner
of the London 1 1, 1 ra I louse It
was said last night from Arthur
I lammerstein that mi 1
ami mnting to -s 140,1
now due and his father had de
cided ii:: tely to accept the
hightest bid for the property.
London. ./ \ report from
that Lord Mil-
be appoint i< ral
>r in Charge of the Tur-
kish scheme of reform 1- pn m
ature. The fact isjthat the Otto-
man go a' has asked the
British government for the loan
of thi of a number of
British officials to assist in the
re-organizatioti of Turkey in
Asia.
The British government has
tented, but no names have yet
1 submit!' I.
St. Andrews. 2f, Tine of
thp four American competitois
ip'he first round of the amateur
golf championship "I' ireat Bri-
tain to day ere beaten, while
Canada was eliminated when
Nartin of Victoria was beaten
by Willie I ireim, a lot al crack,
j upand .). and Jackson Walton
of Edmonton lost to Lest
Stevens of the Royal Cinque
I Club, 6 up and 5 to play.
< hie of the Americans, how-
', Heinrich Schlidt, the
d issachutetts state champion
showed such capital form as to
take him far in the competition
if it is continued.
The first days play provided
few excitements or Surprises.
New York. 27.Polo of the
real competitive kind was
witnessed yesterday at Piping
Rod; when the English team
who are to play Meadowbrook
in the international matches
next month engaged in a special
match against a Piping Rock-
line up, one of the strongest
obtainable, whom they defeat-
ed by 111 goals to 4.
" -\ Con", 27.Ex-
'I to 4 v
th United States w
ludicrou ly unprepared for war,
and in gi ; additio to the army.
11 is subject was "The military
power given un the
constitution," and his
ures on questions of
: iiinent,
A Rare Opportunity
for Securing Special
Bargains
WILLIAMS, theShoeman
has just opt tied up a
shipment of over 2,600 pairs
Boots and Shoes, 560 pair:; of
which are a Special Bargain
lot ofLadies' White Nubuck,
Buckskin, Tan Leather,
Blai \< Satin and White
Canvas,( )xford Tit s,
Strap Slippers and
Pumps. Ri
lar prices ranging from Ss. to
to be sold during the
ni \t
10 days at the very
low price of 6s.
per pair.
Williams' Wholesale & Retail
Shoe Establishment.
877, 879 HAY ST.. CITY
I
NO! I C !:.
TIII-s is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in Grneral
that 1 have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
re idj to do anything in the lias ol
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically,
P. A. Huylef,
4S3 Bay Street. East (wharf)
I OR SALE I'.V TENDER.
ONE Half ol that desirable
building Lot on the Eastern
side of Macltny street, fronting on
Bay-street 81 feet, and running
southwanlly 135 feet.
The right is reserved to rrjrct
the whole or ?ny of the Tenders.
Tenders will 0* received by
T. M. BNOVVLES,
528 East Bay stieet, until the jist
M iy, 1913.
Williams ShOS
Are BETTER
JLj


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11'
M
BARGAIN Day
Thvrtday and Friday
Ma v 29th and 30th
\l I'HB
NASSAU BARG VIN HOI 'sk
Comer Market ngd King Streets.
OVER ioo pairs Ladies and
Children's Shoes at only 4s.
pair. I hoe we re-sold from 5s. to
&. pnir,
200 \aiJ- Fjim Matting, sold at
is. 3d. lor is. yard
1 BiiK- Name -Stove for 2.
1 Cm Floor Rug, price 2, for
1 Crex Floor Rug, price 1 10s.
foi l 4s.
Ladies BUck Sat' en Petticoats
Price 6s. at only 4s,
Ladies White Dresses, puce 8s.
at 5s.
Fine H. s. Pillow Cases is foi od,
n ,, ,, iod. for 8d.
Fine Prints, price 41!. yanl at only
3d. yard
Doulile width Dress Goods, \ aid for 6d. yard
Fine quality House Brootns 2s. 3d.
at only is. gd e ich,
\\-~$' Prices p.sitively only
good for the above 2 days
A. F. MOORE.
May 28th, I913.
Royal Theatre
ON and after this date the
price (if admission will
he, Box seats gd. Reser\ ed
seats 6d. I'sual 6d~eats, 3d.
Benches 3d. Children half
pi ice.
The usual high class enter-
tainment given at the Koyal
will not be aff ted by the
( bange in admission. Our
Pictures are the Best. Sin j
ing and Music unsurpassed.
VAUDEVILLE
I I IRSALE.
ALL That Lot of land situate
in Dowdeswell Street with
dwelling house thereon. Premises
No, 65 1 lome in good repair,
I 01 Particulars
\, ply to
1. M. KNOWLES
No, 538 Hay St
rleh,edf- Cutlery
a fine awn iment nl:
RAZORS
Table Knives
Pot k'-t Knives
BulcttSf Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in Cases,
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. E. Albiiry.
The Committee of the Ch Amber
r f Commerce for the Bahamian
Exhibit, at the Canadian Exhibi-
tion, at Toronto. August and Sep-
tember, of thla year, have decided
to place a Special Exhibition Num.
ber of "The Strombvi*" on sale at
the exhibition as named above.
Exhibitors, Business men gene-
rally. Lodging, House Keepers.
Boarding Mouse Keepers. Owners
of places ir irent as win-er re i-
dences. OwAers of Boats,ate,etc.,
would do well to advcriis* In the
F.xhibitionNumberandbrlni ihelr
business to the notice of the many
thousands of Canadians who will
visit this exhibition, and who arc
e. growing factor in our touiist
business.
Special ra-es. Space should be
secured early.
More than two thousand of this
issue will be printed which Mill
make it the most valuable adver-
tising medium ever published in
he Bahamas. No one who hns
anything to sell or to hire should
be left out of the Exhibition Num-
ber of The Sirnmiiiis."
w
71. would iform all who appreciate a Go d Smoke that we now
have on h ind an extensive Stock of 11 \V \\ \ 1 It i.AK'S. Wi
our lira nd to he mode of I he finest Havana and Sumntr*
\\ 1 | { is. and Havana Killers throughout.
Mi's,. Cigars are rrfhnufactured mi our premises hv skilled workmen
nd erefil pains are taken In produce an hi tide of superior qu diiv
I he suoces* we have met with iii the pa si leads as confident I v to < \ pc t
1 lie 11.1 in ma : of c< nnotseurs
J. I SXL'NDERS A Co.
<\.w Street,
TELLS
ABOUT
50000 BOOKS
Free By Mail
WORTH $10 TO AMY MAM
i man cMe-
U* f ' fio.h
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE KOYAL SIOR.E
OUR "Royul' Househol I
Bian I I- loir selling at ad
pence per lb, and ( . |er has of
ig6 His.
"Golden Star Fl- ur 2 lbs for 3J.I.
and "Laurel Brand" Flour" 2 lbs
fo. 3|d.
( iiitennial I'loin per hay j8s.
Pigs Feet in Vinegar at ;d. per lb.
11 Sugr at 2J.t. p#i lb Our
hite and cltM 1, best in town
selling at gd. per quart.
All our < iroci'ius a. re I
qua lily and cheap.
Pure lama s Rum at 10s, pei
gallon.
I \'lh I SAUNDERS ft Co.
' Ntssau N. P.
B ihamas.
April 15th 1913.
dl ., iJuxlhl w
THE
CURB
I man ablTa-witf fn
* copy a Waadarfsjl
rnulo wonts l>ow any man ran prlvat*l> estre* Mmae.lt art 1
1 a.ich Uaaaswa aa lUoud Fniaon l Inr,. t .:..! ur A<-|utr*1l. J
ptadup, !, of Pow-r. Nirv-ua laebility. IndlaCTVtM
Ol < (VanUffWU* Duv-ea*", tiio AfUT-*'iTiiUof taat Laving ;
i, Uv.-tTk <1n7 "i log you hava aufTwrnl; turn oh! <-_'ulWn your rase ; how
.ffifi you ha*a failed to find rvlivf how JiwoAirasjrd and (
-m-artafl ou arv IMt >* wlM > a rte**Ma
HivM you n-w bo'ia a new Iwsea on life. It ia enoek full or
mod. aouod logic and aoVwa-jiat Ow ihmga v-u at. I
liiuw and follow If yoq want votir ald-Mena fcaatth. atrsMtaTlM
m.nss.a- r-aU.r-d. a<-i >l BIOMT NOW for your o>\ y of thu. Oraat
*~ aaajad aavwopa.
pta
MEN'S AILMENTS
OR. JOS. USTEHtCp.^-'g>*"
CtM|i, IIU- U.S.*.
Sands'SruDio
C
LOSES I inns 1.iv land for 1 j
mm,mli i.nlv.
K'Ia EIVI n^ I ill-. WEEK
AT II I. \ (' K'H
iaa Ilrtv-Street
and I HE N \-- \i i;ANDV
KI IA HEN.
Hi t I LEY A PALMERS
NEW (Joiid Luck Biscuits
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES.
1 ALE IND STOUT.
\ delicti ais I Irink brewi d from
f 1.1| ciniiaining all the tiinic
value I ale and Slout hut with*
out the alter effect*, price 6d,
ii iitle. $*.
Loose and in hall p. on 1 packets UMK CHAMPAGNE.
at is. .l. per lb. 1'l"'s ?tt'- Q.u ,r,s '
Hunt ley ft Palmers IV..t Reurre, SPAHKLISG VAI.ENTO WINE.
W. A. MATHER.
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and the Public lhat he has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities foi the business of an un-
deriaker, which places luui in n
position to carry out Funeials th.it
may he entrusted to his cue with
system and despatch j and respect
fully solicits their patronage Get
my Prices first and prove that '.hey
are the very lowest for first class
work.
Maria and Coronation, in half
pound pa. kets.
CRAWFORD'S Mutter Puff, in |
II). pal kets at 41I.
"Llillit" and Full C n inn
at is. 6d, pi Hi.
Pinis 7i GINGER ALE A: GINi .I.U f^BER
Pints f>d. Pr-r dot 5s.
SPECIAL PRICES BY THE
C v-si-.^.
SOLD AT BLACK'S
Currant Puffs at 1/3 lb. 2--' '*/>' .*.. and
LIPON'S COCOA. THE NASSAU CANDY
H, ,, Kiu HEN.
H.S. BLACK. A;.,...
Why import Buttor
from New York ?
It costs more than >cts per ll>.
V/e can supply the retail
Grocer Better Butter
at 44Cts. per IK and welfftlt
P u a ra n t.
NEW YORK HOUSE
FOR SALE.
A PISHING s\l VCK, in good
Condition, flood S.iiis.
14 feet keel 19 feet over allGJ
feet wide. Apply Tribune."
I OR HIRE.
A SIX ROOM DWELLING
/\ll()l ~sT with bath nxtm at
tactied and all out doot cotiveii*
ienctts including a Tank.
Knst Street, South, opposite
N iss.lll Prison.
Apply 10
h IS. I MNG
Blue lid! St. South
WANTED.House Servant.
Good Wages.
Apply Tiihune Office."
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