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ink T R I r. u M. Zbc tribune Snturiliw, ii. 51, 191Y W itiiin lite last few days news has i Mine Ucvt the Turkish Gov• | ; i ni I as ke that British Administrators be appointed for provinces in Asiatic Turkey. This is a move in Ihe right direction. If such a i oursi not pursued, Russia will soon get her tenl i I on Armenia, the adoption by the House of "he recommendatii n of the ird of Works "to purchase an extensive m w site." The mine i ty report \' commends the ex tensidn of the pr< sent v\ ceni( tcry. The recommendation of the majority r< port is obviously the better one. No community to day opens up a now cemetery in the middle of a town, an m %  '\iiii i II would be pr.i • i %  v. Then adjoining pr be willing t> ai ci | it this as a most gr i I'ul ai I dgmi nt HON. HOUSE OF \s '| . I .I >l IIHII .1 1. Lord M In. r's n ime has 1 ted to i ire for i mentioned. Hjs previous ex| I msinn, hve builclinj ience should fit him for work!them whieh will n i among peoples predominant!) much more expi put and June, 191.(. Qu< stions. Mr. San THE SYNOD OF ANGLICAN CHURCH. es in coi nod Vi ill be hi \<\ on Tuesdaj, 3rd lune 1 )i 3, in the Cathi dral, Hoi) Communion 7 a.m. Evensong an 1 Sermon i j Will ask the Hon. Junior Rev. C. Dudlej Lampen,7p.m. M iber for I larbo 11 Island hi l 1in nf'A Bill to consol1 delivered in the Chun h Hall 1 late and nm< nd tin* law rri ling to ill-m**nt o J ufactories and the buildii I'he U 1 e, E leut 11 und keeping of H tels whetl Deal Mr. 1 ditor: I,,. proposes to proceed ivil '. I liing foi which Bill, and if so, wh ,;| l v !" ' Mohammedan. For a freer ] pie, tcejied to 1, pn .< ntathan an) ne A site without build.. while I soi mi ii smalltive 1 iovemment, he MI;;! it t;ei it would cost very mu h rl I 1 suitable, but for ] than the pro| and who need a man to think and Una arativel) sllorl I plan and trongly, he ought j would have to bi again extendlit man in the right ed place. !: may nol ter all I n to direi t the Si heme, 1 had I not saj : 1 iut him at sent in this connection. II Turkey should thus make useof I 1 glishmi n, British rule in India and Egypt would n 1 doubl be immensely en a-Moslems .it I renl f Mosh m pow 1 favourably on Britons, the The i I cemetei ies as far as pi 1 the town, and a cemet it< s surroun ling propei t When "Polti 1 Field" was first opened it w as pra I %  in the country, lip 1 e being I %  of W st Street : and the many h %  iund it. w ere built in view of its existence, but an exten Field to cl.i\ 1' st Emperor they 1 an have. It 1not at all unlikely th inflow ..I British satrap wn and enlighten masses of the followers of winch is a menace to civiliza tior ma^ I e hastened. The nace #f Mohammedanism, however, docs not sei n to h from India and from V\ of India will be disrossd sion of Potters Field to-daj r thatG V is th %  would be thrusting a %  upon ] a ly built nd thus 1 It ha d that the high land of the] j known "Marsh" immediately W< I ., %  that the d< 1 of this 1 I Fort Charlotte r unds, "'•'1 and cruel reli^ioaw uld be a suitable place for a 1 metery. This 1^ not a bad and is worth) of some : HI ; the fell Clion of a of this kind would put an : ti 1 all dissatisfaction w itii tern Tin ird to tl detei ioration of of Northern \frica, Ifo Egypt valu ol the fa" ad rapidly in learning i proxii %  lll( l hum We trust that Potti rs Field Wi st of h ii, \\', it< rn Ci I will n 1 l\ I"' pei 111 a ted with progressextehdi d, iv ideas Pn | ': ,mWe understand that the House logo 1 '. mbly ha 1 >*d to con1 as progress s der tin Report of • 'he I M advai esmuch cal OlTn > \|, Haitie on Ins 1 •" f its btii g. || visit to Andros Island, ** j I Ri p rtoft 1 Select Com Mr. an I Mrs. G. W. H whom rr< -1 the and family much appi %  No. 41 with kind sympathy rendered to reference to the purchase of land them i" their recent ben l"i a new cemeten is now !„•• ment. They feel sunthat all tin House of \ssembl) and who have sent wreaths and Mes< demands more than slight notice sages of sympathy, and who 'I he n : of the 1 1 hei waj tood by 1 >mmitt< e ie, ommei it ti e of need will Mr. Brii In the opinion of thi 1 i %  nor in Council ill the dignity of tieSuprei l I comm the respi 1 t and D 'nfi Ience of the Colony by |the appi %  it ol l ting -,.i. HI as ,\ in 1 rivate practice and may have the onpli asant dutj 1 ment on a i lient on i which lu lias been 1 n I %  \' • G 2. Is the appointmentof the A I ing Atto < %  neral 1 onsii ed to !)•• in the best interests ol the Ci ilonj. who by v irtue ol his office is ail', isoi to the Exi 1 uti^ e al 1 reta private indiv iduals and COI. In A.'ltcll their intl I which may come up in 1 Bills Am 1 dm nts b) Council. Mr. M '. olm Thai the 1 louse do proceed to take inio consideration the udm nti p O] ov d by the i I Ion. the Leuiblati hap| re on rue ulaj April. The infant dau 1 mOOtllSj of Lillian and John 1 disappeared from hi 1 home and g all abitants madi Ii for found until bout ti i, on the margin of n : about two mill s fi settlement, W< 11 and happ). 1 irs truly ZEPHANIAH Ml >SS. JAMAICA AND THE I (ROOTO EXHIBITION. %  1 of Jam repi ted at the 1 oronto ibil ion this year as in for• disci, it off owing to thi lition "I llie Col I tl Pei m men! ExI ... %  ttee'i or at Ii 1 should in' given so as to put in entatiim. Iln Hon i \ II. Haggart, M. L. C, urging tl ngly, I Ie 1 hums ridiculous to think would make a difti r; to the bill relating innces ol the ColLight mid I 1 eti ic Energy and cinv in New I''"' • \i the san %  time being a IntriKluctioii and First Readin tchman will rem mb 1 Mr. \ibu that "e mickl i 1 .\ 1, id an Vcl to n ",! % % %  ai' a Tii pro\ idi a salai) f>i the I tt\ utj Speaker of the Houi e ol \ My. Committal. Mr. AI 1 11 A liill t'a the ap| of divei u f mi ney lor and fraying the • \| < The Pa ha Bey i, and 1 of whom one has heard so much in the 11 I fantinople pn ally, are a source ol 11 w ildermenl i<> man) [>eople. Pasha alone 1 a definite title ; the othei are v 1 \ like "Esq." I Mail Steamer "Vigilan11a" sailed from New York to rn itofth. Baha Sii CI arl I ' aNstli.u "Be; ma I ; and foJ other fournerallyus. I b> Government ..n...inlf nlliriil^ mil t.u.iitlslll ... applii d in 1 e most divi 1 si s, to Mollahs, Sheikhs, and .lay at one o'clock with -• i pas-1other learned persons, to native sengert and 7,5 1 barrel! of Christians, who rarely use the a I title of Bey, and to Imperial



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T II E T R I BUN §3£^ r IS 1 IFELONG ; RESULTS ARIi SUDDEN. Anj with amaz ing ; -. lien the n I long labor ccumul Tl lenl u ith sin ill ecor nly, perhaps, in twinkling of an eye, lie i al / lhat the result has been comfortably attained. The les for half a lifetime, not thoroughly i .1 then in one tence that he read a great I ti ith li aero his rl and he begii Itered thn ads ti g< th< i men vvl thi i him who wi i quire yt arsof pr< par lion, but whi n th '. thej ap| lenly •mplishi v hat wecall in | But il It is in rel> the rapid mo r< subs n -ill the mi in read in ss and torn i small, %  In uk ol fire. It th thai del lils must first be met and thousands, i ules i an I e un must b II 1 by the %  i ral prii re iealizi \\ hi n a man i a principl lenly i an inn %  .,, i, f ( >m which he can survey everything about | in I,. ( i .-. of 1 mental :ulture comes when the 1 %  to realize that he is able to base all his judgment %  nental principles, and 1 "f with suddenness USC'll 3 WHY DO MILL1 of housewives use Sunlight S >ap? Have you ever tried to a A piece of Sunlight Soap in your next wash will iin to you the reason. You w ill find that Sunlight Soap used in the wash saves your time, labour and money, and, what is more, saves vour clothes. Try it in your next Wash. LEVBR Bill)! HERS I IM11 I D IIIK I SI Mll.lll I NCI \ .,, |.nn. es. It is also usi d w ith the B iu h like Monsieurjin I ren h. Thus in tTul ild address a B< v .i %  : I The Entire Pi New Ritz Carlton I li were i |i the TIM > sl exp nsi %  ball Phila In.i has e\ ll Rivi :i Mi I T. Stotesburj. Mr. Piei pout M partni r, and Mrs. Si and the ir cost I i ttivi. u-Ki(im, u i ii ii Mi. .in I Mi >.Stoti sbury, in sear< h ol a novelty.turn d intoja i Am 'ill' i I' ature of the ball was the pro\ ision ol cigaretti to bi d by th women, all "I winch bi>s Mrs. S f>te .rv's monogram. The diii'j i an in ;ementi were i ,,!,: ted on I •• itiffragisl principle. All the eligibl ba hi lors w ere eated alone at a ep te table, v\ here they i ould be examined and i om| ared by ili" \oung womi n. \n Offer of ,/,. i bean '. %  I n carpet in the | .m "I Julian Kerno Prague antiquary, who da thai m prove it to 1 i n used by the Prophi t Mahomet hen ai | CAKi.EGR May ;ist i Washington, ( n all probability will] \ ield t" the pn itests cf for< ign nations nst the provisions in I Inderwood tariff bill granting a ir.i pei cent tariff di& ount on imports in American owni d -•Is. That congi a no desire l i insist upou legislation thai will I),' i mbarrassing to foreign nations or interfere with tn obligations was admitted t< d.u by administration leaders who .ii • m cl ai e of the bill! Madrid, 28.— The construetii"i of a • %  on I naval s |uadron and a considerable, outlay foi army improvements were teawinch was submitted to the chamber of ities by the minister of fie. London, 28. It is generally hi lieved that the Servian and ( legal will sign the ity draft uudi 1 1 ompulsion. I only hopeful developquarrel bi to 1 en !h allii is an arrangement when bj the Sen ian an I Buiin premiers ill mi et Saturday 011 the frontier to confer the situation. San Francisco, ,s -At a meeting 'if the Japanese A ciation of America today a lution was adopted prov iding tor sending two di to Washington to confer with Am' 1 "I U on the anli alien land law. X.u York, 39. Ten battleships of the Atlantic fleet arrived tonight to take pai I in the memorial dav dedication of the monument to the battli ship Maine. F.agle Pass, Texas, 361 Formal charges that Huerta adherents are organizing a fon e in Eagli Pa to invade Mexii o, wen made today at the head quarters of the Carranza governI at Piedras Negras. It was announced that the Cat ranza confidential agent at Washington had been instrui ted to notify government authoi il there of the alleged Hui "Show me a contented sla\ Burke, "and I will show you a degraded man." I OST. Yesterday An envi lope containing five .|s. Bank of .Nassau Note3. Reward. Leave at Tribune A Rare Opportunity for Securing Special Bargains W ILLIAMS, tie Shoeman has just opened up a shipment of over 2,600 p Boots and Shoes, 560 pairs of which are a Special Bargain lot "II.adies' While Nubuck, Buc'cskin. Tan Leather, Black Satin and White Canvas,< )xford Ties, Strap Slippers and Pumps. Regular pi ice ranging I .to IDS. to l"' Bold during the next IO days at the very low price of 6s. per pair. William*' Wholesale & Retail Shoe I iment. 177, 278 BAY ST. CITY \l.iv 19, 191 L



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I'HE TRIBUNE ami ihe public speaker, in order t > emphasize w h 11 is being said : an I t'iev therein gel more physical exrii-i-'* tli MI one would |Mipp se, SCIH i il.ti ncliers md those vv %  • usthe voice much during the d y need ie*J pIlVSU'.il training tli u others. In fact, few things arej tn*i e Calculated t" Stimulate lh* b ly <"' tn amuse it fio.n lellurgt than animated Conversation, In] tdking, as in laughing, singing! •honting, and crying inbreathing irt, wbile HUlbreil limy is ;" %  i I HI ;e.l. and tins is il i ex el l-u I form of IUUL: gymnnstii -. l)r, Campbell claim* lhat ttlk-J ing hi condut iw to long* i (I o be coin inued, Valuable alike for the Invalid and Robust ONTO Exhibition 1913 August 23 to September S I "MIL Committee appointed by \_ the Chamtei n| i tn ort -ain/e the Itahamas Ixhihil Mould be glad in receive n frhell I OIMICCO Tortoise Shell W irk Hark I'oih n Shell Bnskei Work. All l-.\ iil us RMM! be m llie I li %  ink ol the t "ommiltee in I I lor the Steamer leaving tins purl [Augul i-'. 1913. \ pply t" CHA>. h. ALIt'JRY, Clinii 11 ai or (II \<. |. AIWO'IT, Secretary. THE SPECIAL CALL AT THE R.OYAL STORE r \UR "Royal" Household k J II and Ilour selling' at 2d Leme per lb. and jos, per ban of |v6 II "Golden Star Flui 3 IIM Fr i{A. ind "Laurel llrand" %  lour" 2 lb* f... <}8s. Pig* Feet in Vinegar al 7 I. pei lb. I II SlIJ ,r ;,t 2 i''P" "' Oili rice while and Mean, beat In town sell ma at 4 1. pei quart. All our Groceries are fir-.h and H< % '•! quality and cheap. I 'lire Jamaica Uum at tos, pei gallon, JAMFS L. LAUNDERS A Co. Nisvni N. P. Bahamas. April 15th 1913. A race is no better than its women The -Allenburya' Diet it recommended for general use in place of ordinary milk fooda. gruel, etc.. and it particularly adapted to the needa of Dyapeptica. Invalids, and the Aged. Being largely predigeated it iaeaayof assimilation. A cup of the Allenburya Diet >• uaeful in the forenoon between meals. The Allenburya" Diet may be taken with advantage on going to bed in the place of stimulants Being easily digested it promotea tranquil and refreshing aleep free from the depressing reaction in the morning, which often followa the taking of apirita. ALLEN & BANBUIYS LTD. LONDON. ENGLAND. wW.S A Complete Milk and Farinaceoua Food. Eaay or Dlgeatlon. Moat agreeable to Take, Si.nply unit Quickly made by adding bulling water only To be obtained from all Chemists and Starts. enbaiflg 1 SMOH)a*si&*SDrtiamitmsis*a W. A. MA I III %  . UNDKK I AKI< R D ESIRES i" inform his f: iends anil die Public lh-.i be ha* just receivi il 11 com| ilete outlit • I Facilities fm iiie biiMtii -• il an undertaker, which |il,.(•.•-. Ilim "i :> p.isiiinii to earn mit Funerals thai may lie enu lifted In Ins ranwith system nnd despatch ; and n fullv solicits ilieir patron '>:* %  l iet m\ I'i HI lii-t ."a 1 prove 111 -• 1 .inthe veiy I for first cl i-s work. lITi: would .form all who appre ; ;^T' K '' ''V,. u V\ have on h.nd an extensive *tck n| H.\V\X\l K.AR> ** nteeou. brand to be made of llie finest Havana and Mim M \Vi iiipers, and Hnvaiifl Fi "throughout %  mnnufnetured "'' ; v '" ,,„d creal pains are taken in pi d .ce an atirlf ol superi... qn.liiv I ucrW we bnve .1 h in the p-st lf4ls us confidently to.-i|i.l I ""• ,. ,. %\[ XDI RS ,s uat Street, TELLS ABOUT 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL > WttHrmSWTOMYMAM FORSALI A LL I iiit Lol • f land ailt ite in DowdevwHI Mreei with dwelling linn** iheteetn, — Piem t 1 No. 65 1 1 '-n ••• in '-"• d repair, I 01 I'.iri iculais A,.plv t.. T. M. KXOWLES No. 538 liny St N 0 I I C I''"T HI> is In inform my Patrons 1 and the Public in < ieneral that 1 li.iv.open*d my Public Dlack Smith Shop; and am now to d 1 anythiiM in the line ol < Jenei HI rep lit t new work 11 11 *e -^11 11^' oi cial Iv All w "'' Met hMiiicully. I' \ Huyler, 4^3 ll.iv Strel I ist f\Vliarl/ RF.PUDI \ 1 ION, LAING, My w ife briMin 1 I aim having lefi mv borne withtaii mutual content, I llierefme will not hold mvsell responsible I"' any debts transacted in my none bj her. MM.ACIII LA1XG, BOMt CURE"' OF MEN'S AILMENTS Biif Cutlery ,1 fine SVK intent "I: R \/.i >US %  I Pocket Knives 1 Knives Itread Knives l'af\ ln Sfts ill Cases, ami SCIS"Oi\S. for sale by Chas. E. Albury ihouid %  M tkfrtalt CU'* hlmaaylT afl if Ilul_. j^ Steal OaMa t* HMltt -nuilll rtaU. IK>PKI in plain. I DR. JOS. LISTER It CO. *£^ ^^^'"c-la.sa, Bk. a a. as Williams ShOeS Are BETTER 1 *0 U N I). —'" the Nnrtliarn H Mud, an Open -p niglng H iat, almiit 13 feel keel, Mi iC 1 model, painted white outside, bin Irnnsom. I'ba Owner will ph 1communicate with I HE C< >MMISSIi )NI.K'. Sicolls Town, Ainlro Why import Butter from New York? It rusts mure than 50CU. |>er lb We can supply the retail Grocer Better Butterl per lb. and weig.ll guarantat d, NEW YOR.K HOUSE al 44CU. p J



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P "S cr I—'• CO CD a o CO VOL. X. Null.us e.ddlctus lurare In verb* m&glstrl. Bil"|j bound lo onr lo tho Uo|me.s of no Master. NASSAU. N. P.. BfthMnivs, Ssiurdny May .'1. 1913 No. 159 EON E. II. in I i l II. oil H ,*./ PROPS i> OKKI ii 'I UtK'T <1 l.'Kr.'i U \ P., I UHWA... ... Ill PtJHLMIfc.il il U\A M i!a\, V.'.IHCMI.II *'"' Friday — •I .: Ir •-•']•> ... |>'. Tue>.l <> rn.ii -Uv sn.l %  .wtmiiaj • -t PI ^ Ir -'.. | %  ' •" '*' .Vekl> ... tH lo H'.l' %  •!. 4'l ',> i if |v *• 'Uir v.-1.u ... H. r*eai v ''" > %  > v vm.f iv x t\ wen. ,\ | %  i,v, ,. %  Raien M\ |ienre |*i liiw (,,, |.. • : tbiec i fin e "'i Ii"' '.,, •• %  t II "i; ami HUP IH-IIMV |.rr i r • %  (HI .n!i-'-'|iifiit insertion* A \mil nnci'tunder Bight line* rtifit it 11• i Christ ishorn, ,\ii'! I>r• i gelll rlnlil MI "I back to tin I'ii'c-s mil loCg-hM riglll w mourn Vi.l win thu'iijjli penitence as liw, And I* MI i iod like life nn earth, \i : %  lil en il llie a %  cnnd birtli ? Wli.-it pinfii v Ins death nnd Unless t<> n*ll ye .1 l*o 'Ii? \.low your life, i" find il lost, Afraid illiliIi i" crucify. Would 'si live lo tin-world siill ? I lien know Id. de ith i" 'li"ibarren sh Wli it profils it tli'it lie ii If de id in sins ili>xi yel d'.sl lie ? If v*-1 11" in cleaves! in t h v pi i-i.n What prufit that lie dwells on high? Hitrn i n 1111 n ill .IV nl I lire naught, If Hi..ii t Inbattle ne'er bag fought, Lyra Gtt manna THE HYGIENE OF DF.EP HULA III INC William J. Cronuc, lnsuucior of Gymnastics, University of Pennsylvania — ;< "ii: — There Bre'modiA a lions in'normnl respiratory movements in such act;.s singing, crying, shouting, coughing, sighing, and talking, which require considerable i ervnus Hinl iiiu-cnlar energy, and they have a beneficial ijdl .'ire u(•<>n the function"f 'he body. To mil ifere with tin se nets il sometimes injurious. lake ihe Child, lor instance ; it isnot always best io repies* its cry, Dr. Campl>ell claims lhat crj mg, e*pi i ially in women, favors the i roper • Kpan-ion of the lung rates the circulation "f the Idood, d adi the '-il' eti

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VOL. X.
Null.us e.ddlctus lurare In verb* m&glstrl.
Bil"|j bound lo onr lo tho Uo|me.s of no Master.
Nassau. N. P.. BfthMnivs, Ssiurdny May .'1. 1913
No. 159
! EON E. II. in I i l II.
. oil H ,*./ Props i>
OKKI ii 'I UtK'T <1 l.'Kr.'i
U \ P., I UHWA-
... ... Ill
PtJHLMIfc.il il U\A
M i!a\, V.'.IhCmI.ii *'"' Friday
I .: Ir -']> ... |>'.
Tue>.l <> rn.ii -Uv sn.l .wtmiiaj
-t pi ^ Ir -'.. | " '*'
.Vekl> ... tH
lo H'.l' !. 4'l
',> i if |v .......*
'Uir v.-1.u ... h.
r*eai v ''"
> > v vm.f iv x t\ wen.
,\ | , i,v, ,. Raien m\ |ienre |*i liiw
(,,, |.. : tbiec i fin e "'i Ii"'
'.,, tii"i; ami hup ih-iimv |.rr
ir (hi .n!i-'-'|iifiit insertion*
A \mil nnci't- under Bight line* wii \ r iiori ii' p ton r?
Wlini |>rtifit it 11 i Christ ishorn,
,\ii'! I>r i gelll rlnlil mi "I back to
tin
I'ii'c-s mil loCg-hM riglll w
mourn
Vi.l win thu'iijjli penitence as liw,
And I* mI i iod like life nn earth,
\- i : lil en il llie a cnnd birtli ?
Wli.-it pinfii v Ins death nnd
Unless t<> n*ll ye .1 l*o 'Ii- ?
\.- low your life, i" find il lost,
Afraid ill- ili- Ii i" crucify.
Would 'si live lo tin-- world siill ?
I lien know
Id. de ith i" 'li"- i- barren sh
Wli it profils it tli'it lie i- i
If de id in sins ili>xi yel d'.sl lie ?
If v*-1 11" in cleaves! in t h v pi i-i.n
What prufit that lie dwells on
high?
Hi- trn i n 1111 n ill .IV nl I lire naught,
If Hi..ii t In- battle ne'er bag
fought,
- Lyra Gtt manna
THE HYGIENE OF DF.EP
HULA III INC
William J. Cronuc, lnsuucior of
Gymnastics, University of
Pennsylvania
;< "ii:
There Bre'modiA a lions in'norm-
nl respiratory movements in such
act- ;.s singing, crying, shouting,
coughing, sighing, and talking,
which require considerable i ervnus
Hinl iiiu-cnlar energy, and they have
a beneficial ijdl .'ire u(<>n the
function- "f 'he body.
To mil ifere with tin se nets il
sometimes injurious. lake ihe
Child, lor instance ; it isnot always
best io repies* its cry, Dr. Camp-
l>ell claims lhat crj mg, e*pi i ially
in women, favors the i roper k-
pan-ion of the lung rates the
circulation "f the Idood, d adi -
the '-il' eti nerve tension. Someone mispsase)"
tli.'I women who rue able lo find
relief in war-, keep their youth
longer than i ho*"1 who repress them.
Singing is beneficial because it de-
velo|t the ohe-t and tends to waul
nil diseases if ilie lungs. Profes
Fiona I singers are comparatively
tree Irom pulmonary disease, To
he a public singer, mie must have
a good chesi development and t.il both breathing nnd trusculnrex-
MS ; in lact, the (am ius singer
must live a hygienic life. I Ire-
quently have ihe students i i the
uymnnsiic classes sing a college
sniijj while performing dancing
niep or othei lighl exercises, not
oulj fur pleating variety, but on
mi of the benefit lathe lungs,
Childieu should lie taught to sing
both ..t home and in school
The act of shouting is tinotionhl,
I i e shouting of childrenal play is
the "iitci'ine nl exuberant emotion
and pent upneuromuscularenergy,
and tin game "r plnv is enhanced
by this outburst. When I was
physical director in the Y. M. C,
A., nnd li (I more i h in one hundred
boyi between the ages of twelve
ami sixteen yeais in my charge, I
afien resorted t' the following:
When the boys were in school all
day, under restraint, and bubbling
over nith neuromuscular energy,
so I could hardly get their atten-
tion, I would take out my watch
end ininounce that I desired even
boy to shout and yell continually
fur ihe following five niiiiiit.-s. It
nlwiilis worke like a ihaim. In
like manner, the hurrahs of the up-
plauding multitude, the yells of
frenzied baseball fans, the cheering
of ihespectatorsata football game,
may so exalt the emotion as to in-
duce a condition bordering upon
ecstasy, Shouting is an emotion
that is spontaneous with both the
individual and the mass, and
should not be r-pressed. Women
'houhl s'lout at every opportunity,
ami if this is denied them, singing
should take it- pin i
Yawning is another excellent
lung exercise, but is often repress-
ed, especially in society, It seems
to be an effort upon the pait of n-
Hire to arouse one from a cramped.
or tiresome position of Ihe body.
There is a tendency to yawn and
Stretch when one awalo-ns in the
morning, and one should eucout ig*
these and Mietch in every conctiv
able way. The cat vawns and
stretch'-s a great deal upon awak-
tniug, and usually the lower ani.
niiib do nothing unnatural,
I he act of laughing is very sti-
mulating I., the svst-m.and an ex-
cellent form of breathing Accom-
panies il, It is nature's device for
exen isiug the internal organ*and
and giving pleasure at the same
lime, laughter begins in the lungs
and diaphragm, s< Iting the liver,
stomach, and other internal organs
in a quick jelly like vibration,
which give- a a pleasant sensation,
and exercise nlmosl equal to horse
back riding. It brightens the eye,
in reuses perspiration, and expands
the chest. That exquisite p iis
called health, which is overbalanc-
ed by a sleepless night, bad news,
grief, or anxiety, is often righted
and wholly restored by a good
hearty laugh. "Laugh and grow
fat" bas become proverbial. A
laughing, sunny prison brightens
a I c lieeri every one with whom
he comes in contact. Ce'lainly
laughter doeth good like medicine,
not only to the physician who pre-
Miibes it, but to the patient who
receives it.
Talking is an net that is benefi.
Cial, especially to the lungs. The
nervous energy und Hying thought
is discharged to the muscles involv-
ed in speech and gesture. Both
voice and gesture can be modified
in convey subtle shades of thought
and feeling, which cannot find es-
pressinn in writing. Talking, then,
is stimulating in proportion to the
gi sture accompanying it. We can
see how impressive gesture is in the
movement of the arm in the Ger-
man, and the shrug of the should-
er In the French in.in, the minister,
(Continued on fourth page.)
I


ink T R I r. u M.
Zbc tribune
Snturiliw,
ii.
51, 191Y
W itiiin lite last few days news
has i Mine Ucvt the Turkish Gov-
|"; i ni I as ke that British
Administrators be appointed for
provinces in Asiatic Turkey.
This is a move in Ihe right
direction. If such a i oursi
not pursued, Russia will soon
get her tenl i I on Armenia,
the adoption by the House of
"he recommendatii n of the
ird of Works "to purchase an
extensive m w site." The mine i
ty report \' commends the ex
tensidn of the pr< sent v\
ceni( tcry.
The recommendation of the
majority r< port is obviously the
better one. No community to
day opens up a now cemetery in
the middle of a town, an
m '\iiii i ii would be pr.i i
v. Then
adjoining pr
be willing t- > ai ci | it this as a
most gr i I'ul ai I dgmi nt
HON. HOUSE OF \s \i it For Monday Eveni
^,~ ... .^..i..^,^.- ... IIIIIH lllll, ,1 | j W| I | | l<^ I '1 > '| I .I >l IIHII .1 1.
Lord M In. r's n ime has 1 ted to i ire for i
mentioned. Hjs previous ex| I msinn, hve builclinj
ience should fit him for work!them whieh will n i
among peoples predominant!) much more expi put
and June, 191.(.
Qu< stions.
Mr. San
THE
SYNOD OF
ANGLICAN CHURCH.
es in coi
nod Vi ill be hi \<\ on
Tuesdaj, 3rd lune 1 )i 3, in the
Cathi dral,
Hoi) Communion 7 a.m.
Evensong an 1 Sermon i j
Will ask the Hon. Junior Rev. C. Dudlej Lampen,7p.m.
M iber for I larbo 11 Island hi l
1- in nf'A Bill to consol- 1 delivered in the Chun h Hall
1 late and nm< nd tin* law rri
ling to ill-- m**nt o j
, ufactories and the buildii I'he U 1 e, E leut 11
und keeping of H tels whetl Deal Mr. 1 ditor:
I,,. proposes to proceed ivil '. I liing foi which
Bill, and if so, wh ,;|lv !" '
Mohammedan. For a freer ]
pie, tcejied to 1, pn .< nta-
than an) ne a site without build-
.. while I soi mi ii small-
tive 1 iovemment, he mi;;! it t;ei it would cost very mu h rl
I 1 suitable, but for ] than the pro| and
who need a man to think and Una arativel) sllorl I
plan and trongly, he ought j would have to bi again extend-
lit man in the right ed
place. !: may nol
ter all I n to direi t the
Si heme, 1 had I
not saj : 1 iut him at
sent in this connection.
II Turkey should thus make
useof I 1 glishmi n, British rule
in India and Egypt would n 1
doubl be immensely en
a-- Moslems .it I
renl f Mosh m pow 1 .
favourably on Britons, the '
The i I
cemetei ies as far as pi *
1 the town, and a cemet
it< s surroun ling propei
t .
When "Polti 1 Field" was
first opened it w as pra I
in the country, lip 1 e being I
of W st Street :
and the many h
iund it. w ere built in view
of its existence, but an exten
Field to cl.i\
1' st Emperor they 1 an have. It
1- not at all unlikely th
inflow ..I British satrap
wn and enlighten
masses of the followers of
winch is a menace to civiliza
tior ma^ I e hastened. The
nace #f Mohammedanism, how-
ever, docs not sei n to
h from India and from V\
of India will be disrossd sion of Potters Field to-daj
r thatG V is th would be thrusting a
upon ] a ly built
nd thus 1
It ha d that the
high land of the] j known
"Marsh" immediately W< I
., that the d< 1 of this 1 I Fort Charlotte r unds,
"''1 and cruel reli^ioa- w uld be a suitable place for a
1 metery. This 1^ not a bad
. and is worth) of some
: hi ; the fell Clion of a
of this kind would put an
: ti 1 all dissatisfaction w itii
tern Tin ird to tl detei ioration of
of Northern \frica, Ifo Egypt valu ol the
fa" ad rapidly in learning i proxii
lll(l hum We trust that Potti rs Field
Wi st of h ii- \\', it< rn Ci I will n 1
l\ I"' pei 111 a ted with progress- extehdi d,
iv ideas Pn | ': ,m- We understand that the House
logo 1 '. mbly ha 1 >*d to con-
1 as progress s der tin Report of 'he I M .
advai esmuch cal OlTn > \|, Haitie on Ins 1 -
"f its btii g. || visit to Andros Island,
** j
I Ri p rtoft 1 Select Com Mr. an I Mrs. G. W. H
whom rr< -1 the and family much appi
No. 41 with kind sympathy rendered to
reference to the purchase of land them i" their recent ben
l"i a new cemeten is now ! ment. They feel sun- that all
tin House of \ssembl) and who have sent wreaths and Mes<
demands more than slight notice sages of sympathy, and who
'I he n : of the 1 1 hei waj tood by
1 >mmitt< e ie, ommei it ti e of need will
Mr. Brii
In the opinion of thi 1 i
nor in Council ill the dignity
of tie- Suprei l I comm
the respi 1 t and D 'nfi Ience of the
Colony by |the appi it ol
l ting
-,.i.hi
as ,\
in 1 rivate practice and may
have the onpli asant dutj 1
ment on a i lient on
i which lu lias been 1 n I
\' G
2. Is the appointmentof the A I
ing Atto < neral 1 onsii
ed to !) in the best interests ol
the Ci ilonj. who by v irtue ol his
office is ail', isoi to the Exi 1 uti^ e
al 1 reta pri-
vate indiv iduals and COI.
In A.'ltcll their intl I
which may come up in 1
Bills
Am 1 dm nts b) Council.
Mr. M '. olm
Thai the 1 louse do proceed to
take inio consideration the
udm nti p O] ov d by the
i I Ion. the Leuiblati
hap| re on rue ulaj
April. The infant dau 1
mOOtllSj of Lillian and John
1 disappeared from hi 1 home
and gall abitants
madi Ii for
found until
bout ti
i, on the margin of n
: about two mill s fi
settlement, W< 11 and happ).
1 irs truly
ZEPHANIAH Ml >SS.
JAMAICA AND THE
I (ROOTO EXHIBITION.
1 of Jam
repi ted at the 1 oronto
ibil ion this year as in for-
dis-
ci,
it off owing
to thi lition "I llie
Col I tl Pei m men! Ex-
I ... ttee'i
or at Ii 1
should in' given so as to put in
entatiim. Iln Hon
i \ II. Haggart, M. L. C,
urging tl ngly, I Ie 1 hums
ridiculous to think
would make a difti r-
; to the bill relating innces ol the Col-
Light mid I 1 eti ic Energy and cinv
in New I''"' \i the san time being a
IntriKluctioii and First Readin tchman will rem mb 1
Mr. \ibu that "e mickl i 1
.\ 1, id an Vcl to n ",! ai' a Tii
pro\ idi a salai) f>i the I tt\ utj
Speaker of the Houi e ol \ -
My.
Committal.
Mr. AI 1 11
A liill t'a the ap|
of divei u.....f mi ney lor and
fraying the \|
<
The Pa ha Bey i, and 1
of whom one has heard so
much in the 11 I fan-
tinople pn ally, are a source ol
11 w ildermenl i<> man) [>eople.
Pasha alone 1 a definite title ;
the othei are v 1 \ like "Esq."
I Mail Steamer "Vigilan-
11a" sailed from New York to
, rn.....itofth. Baha Sii CI arl I aNstli.u "Be;
ma I ; and foJ other four- nerallyus. I b> Government
..n...inlf nlliriil^ mil t.u- .iitlslll
...
applii d in 1 e most divi 1
si s, to Mollahs, Sheikhs, and
.lay at one o'clock with - i pas-1other learned persons, to native
sengert and 7,5 1 barrel! of Christians, who rarely use the
a I title of Bey, and to Imperial


T II E T R I BUN
3^
r IS 1 IFELONG ;
RESULTS ARIi SUDDEN.
Anj with amaz
ing ; -. lien the n I long labor
ccumul
Tl lenl
u ith sin ill ecor nly, perhaps, in
twinkling of an eye, lie i al / lhat the result has been com-
fortably attained.
The les for half a lifetime, not thoroughly
i .1 then in one
tence that he read a great I ti ith li aero his
rl and he begii Itered thn ads ti g< th<
i men vvl thi i him who wi
i quire yt arsof pr< par lion, but whi n
th '. thej ap| lenly "
mplishi v hat wecall in |
But il It is in rel> the rapid mo r< subs
n -ill the mi in read in ss and
torn i small, In uk ol fire.
It th thai del lils must first be met and
thousands, i ules i an I e un
must b II 1 by the i ral
prii re iealizi
\\ hi n a man i a principl lenly i an in-
n .,, i, f( >m which he can survey everything about
|inI,. ( i.-. of 1 mental :ulture comes when
the 1 to realize that he is able to base all his judg-
ment nental principles, and 1 "f
with suddenness
USC'll
3
WHY DO MILL1
of housewives use Sunlight S >ap?
Have you ever tried to a
A piece of
Sunlight Soap
in your next wash will
iin to you the reason.
You w ill find that Sun-
light Soap used in the
wash saves your time,
labour and money, and,
what is more, saves
vour clothes.
Try it in your next Wash.
LEVBR Bill)! HERS I IM11 I D
IIIK I SI Mll.lll I NCI \ .,,



|.nn. es. It is also usi d w ith the
B iu h like Monsieurjin
I ren h. Thus in tTul
ild address a B< v .i :
I
The Entire Pi New
Ritz Carlton I li
. were i |i"
the Tim>sl exp nsi ball Phila
In.i has e\ ll
Rivi :i Mi I T. Stotesburj.
Mr. Piei pout M partni r,
and Mrs. Si and the
ir cost I i ttivi-
. u-Ki(im,
uiii ii Mi. .in I Mi >.Stoti sbury, in
sear< h ol a novelty.turn d intoja
......i Am 'ill' i I' ature
of the ball was the pro\ ision ol
cigaretti to bi d by th
women, all "I winch bi>s Mrs.
S f>te .rv's monogram. The
diii'j i an in ;ementi were
i ,,!,: ted on I itiffragisl
principle. All the eligibl ba hi
lors w ere eated alone at a ep
te table, v\ here they i ould
be examined and i om| ared by
ili" \oung womi n.
\n Offer of ,/,. i bean
'.In carpet in the |
.m "I Julian Kerno
Prague antiquary, who da
thai m prove it to 1 i
n used by the Prophi t Ma-
homet hen ai |
CAKi.EGR
May ;ist i
Washington, ( n
all probability will] \ ield t" the
pn itests cf for< ign nations
. nst the provisions in
I Inderwood tariff bill granting
a ir.i pei cent tariff di& ount on
imports in American owni d
-Is.
That congi a no desire
l i insist upou legislation thai
will I),' i mbarrassing to foreign
nations or interfere with tn
obligations was admitted t< d.u
by administration leaders who
.ii m cl ai e of the bill!
Madrid, 28. The construe-
tii"i of a ' on I naval s |uadron
' and a considerable, outlay foi
army improvements were tea-
winch was
submitted to the chamber of
ities by the minister of fi-
e.
London, 28. It is generally
hi lieved that the Servian and
( legal will sign the
ity draft uudi 1 1 ompulsion.
I only hopeful develop-
quarrel bi to 1 en
!h allii is an arrangement
when bj the Sen ian an I Bui-
in premiers ill mi et Sat-
urday 011 the frontier to confer
the situation.
San Francisco, -,s. -At a
meeting 'if the Japanese A
ciation of America today a
lution was adopted pro-
v iding tor sending two di
to Washington to confer with
Am' 1 "I.....U on the
anli alien land law.
X.u York, 39. Ten battle-
ships of the Atlantic fleet arrived
tonight to take pai I in the
memorial dav dedication of the
monument to the battli ship
Maine.
F.agle Pass, Texas, 361 For-
mal charges that Huerta
adherents are organizing a fon e
in Eagli Pa to invade Mexii o,
wen made today at the head
quarters of the Carranza govern-
I at Piedras Negras. It
was announced that the Cat
ranza confidential agent at
Washington had been instrui ted
to notify government authoi il
there of the alleged Hui
"Show me a contented sla\ .
Burke, "and I will show
you a degraded man."
I OST.
Yesterday An envi lope con-
taining five .|s. Bank of .Nassau
Note3. Reward.
Leave at Tribune
A Rare Opportunity
for Securing Special
Bargains
WILLIAMS, tie Shoeman
has just opened up a
shipment of over 2,600 p
Boots and Shoes, 560 pairs of
which are a Special Bargain
lot "II.adies' While Nubuck,
Buc'cskin. Tan Leather,
Black Satin and White
Canvas,< )xford Ties,
Strap Slippers and
Pumps. Regu-
lar pi ice ranging I .to
ids. to l"' Bold during the
next
IO days at the very
low price of 6s.
per pair.
William*' Wholesale & Retail
Shoe I iment.
177, 278 BAY ST. CITY
\l.iv 19, 191 .
L


I'HE TRIBUNE
ami ihe public speaker, in order t >
emphasize w h 11 is being said : an I
t'iev therein gel more physical ex-
rii-i-'* tli mi one would |Mipp se,
ScIhi il.ti ncliers md those vv .
us- the voice much during the d y
need ie*J pIlVSU'.il training tli u
others. In fact, few things arej
tn*i e Calculated t" Stimulate lh* '
b ly <"' tn amuse it fio.n lellurgt
than animated Conversation, In]
tdking, as in laughing, singing!
honting, and crying inbreathing
irt, wbile HUlbreil limy is ;" i
I hi ;e.l. and tins is il i ex el l-u I '
form of Iuul: gymnnstii -.
l)r, Campbell claim* lhat ttlk-J
ing hi condut iw to long* i
(I o be coin inued,
Valuable
alike
for the
Invalid and Robust
onto Exhibition
1913
August 23 to September S
' I "MIL Committee appointed by
\_ the Chamtei n| i
tn ort-ain/e the Itahamas I- xhihil
Mould be glad in receive n
fr of the undeniientioiied aiticli
well as any others thai mighl re.
commend themselves for the pui-
pose:
Sisal Fruil
S|Mrte Mats
Canned Pine-Apple* Shells
Canned i'omatnen Curios
i'ii -. -es, \r tous Woods
I'lants, potted t afvui)*s
Cigars Tortniae >hell
I oImicco Tortoise Shell W irk
Hark I'oih n
Shell Bnskei Work.
All l-.\ iil us rmm! be m llie
I li ink ol the t "ommiltee in I
I lor the Steamer leaving tins purl
[Augul i-'. 1913.
\ pply t"
CHA>. h. ALIt'JRY,
Clinii 11 ai.
or
(II \<. |. AIWO'IT,
Secretary.
THE SPECIAL CALL AT
THE R.OYAL STORE
r \UR "Royal" Household
k J II and I- lour selling' at 2d
Leme per lb. and jos, per ban of
|v6 II
"Golden Star Fl- ui 3 IIm Fr i{A.
ind "Laurel llrand" ! lour" 2 lb*
f... <} 1 enltnnial Flniif per bag >8s.
Pig* Feet in Vinegar al 7 I. pei lb.
I II SlIJ ,r ;,t 2i''- P" "' Oili
rice while and Mean, beat In town
sell ma at 4 1. pei quart.
All our Groceries are fir-.h and
H I 'lire Jamaica Uum at tos, pei
gallon,
JAMFS L. LAUNDERS A Co.
Nisvni N. P.
Bahamas.
April 15th 1913.
A race is no better than its
women
The -Allenburya' Diet it recommended for
general use in place of ordinary milk fooda.
gruel, etc.. and it particularly adapted to the
needa of Dyapeptica. Invalids, and the Aged.
Being largely predigeated it iaeaayof assimi-
lation. A cup of the Allenburya- Diet >
uaeful in the forenoon between meals.
The Allenburya" Diet may be taken with
advantage on going to bed in the place of
stimulants Being easily digested it promotea
tranquil and refreshing aleep free from the
depressing reaction in the morning, which
often followa the taking of apirita.
ALLEN & BANBUIYS LTD. LONDON. ENGLAND.
wW.S
A Complete Milk and Farinaceoua Food. Eaay
or Dlgeatlon. Moat agreeable to Take, Si.nply
unit Quickly made by adding bulling water only
To be obtained from all Chemists and Starts.
enbaiflg1
SMOH)a*si&*SDrtiamitmsis*a
W. A. MA I III!..
UNDKK I AKI< R
DESIRES i" inform his f: iends
anil die Public lh-.i be ha*
just receivi il 11 com| ilete outlit I
Facilities fm iiie biiMtii - il an un-
dertaker, which |il,.(.-. Ilim "i :>
p.isiiinii to earn mit Funerals thai
may lie enulifted In Ins ran- with
system nnd despatch ; and n
fullv solicits ilieir patron '>:* l iet
m\ I'i hi lii-t ."a1 prove 111 - 1 '
.in- the veiy I for first cl i-s
work.
lITi: would .form all who appre ; ;^T'K'' ''V,. u
V\ have on h.nd an extensive *tck n| H.\V\X\l K.AR> **
nteeou. brand to be made of llie finest Havana and Mim M
\Vi iiipers, and Hnvaiifl Fi "- throughout
mnnufnetured ..... ..... "'' ;v '"
,,d creal pains are taken in pi d .ce an atirlf ol superi... qn.liiv
I.....ucrW we bnve .1 h in the p-st lf4ls us confidently to.-i|i.l
..... I ""........ ,. ,. %\[ XDI RS ,s
uat Street,
TELLS
ABOUT
50000 BOOKS
Free By Mail >
WttHrmSWTOMYMAM
FORSALI
ALL I iiit Lol f land ailt ite
in DowdevwHI Mreei with
dwelling linn** iheteetn, Piem t 1
No. 65 11'-n in '-" d repair,
I 01 I'.iri iculais
A,.plv t..
T. M. KXOWLES
No. 538 liny St

N 0 I I C I'-
'"T,HI> is In inform my Patrons
1 and the Public in < ieneral
that 1 li.iv.- open*d my Public
Dlack Smith Shop; and am now
. to d 1 anythiiM in the line ol
< Jenei hI rep lit t new work 11 11 *e
-^11.....11^' oi cial Iv All w "'' '......
Met hMiiicully.
I' \ Huyler,
4^3 ll.iv Strel I ist f\Vliarl/
RF.PUDI \ 1 ION,
LAING, My w ife briMin 1 I aim
having lefi mv borne withtaii mu-
tual content, I llierefme will not
hold mvsell responsible I"' any
debts transacted in my none bj
her.
MM.ACIII LA1XG,
BOMt
CURE"'
OF
MEN'S AILMENTS
Biif Cutlery
,1 fine svk intent "I:
R \/.i >US
I
Pocket Knives
1 Knives
Itread Knives
l'af\ ln Sfts ill Cases,
ami
SCIS"Oi\S.
for sale by
Chas. E. Albury
ihouid '
M tkfrtalt CU'* hlmaaylT afl
if Ilul_.
j^ Steal
OaMa t* HMltt -nuilll rtaU. ik>pkI in plain. I
DR. JOS. LISTER It CO. *-
^ ^^^'"c-la.sa, Bk. a a. as
Williams ShOeS
Are BETTER
1*0 U N I). '" the Nnrtliarn
H Mud, an Open -p niglng
H iat, almiit 13 feel keel, Mi iC 1
model, painted white outside, bin
Irnnsom. I'ba Owner will ph 1-
communicate with
I HE C< >MMISSIi )NI.K'.
Sicolls Town, Ainlro
Why import Butter
from New York?
It rusts mure than 50CU. |>er lb
We can supply the retail .
Grocer Better Butterl
per lb. and weig.ll
guarantat d,
NEW YOR.K HOUSE
al 44CU. p
J


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