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T T II £ T R 1 B L N E J XEbc TErfbunc Thursday. June 19. 191V Two very important mi SS iges Nos, 48 and 50, from 11 lencj the Governor weie laid before the House of Assembly last night. Message No 48 covering correspondence relative to the death sentence, subsequently commuted to life, and the eventual release of Robert Sawyer a Seaman, native of these islands. The Story of the manifold murders on the American s "Henry Berwind" of wl Sawyer was one ->f the crew is not quite f >rg< ttn here. The messagi recounts, I ;•. numerousl ed j" titi m of influential inhabitants of tins city, was pn m, ,i by the Bahamas Friendly Si %  ietj to the Governor Sir William GreyWilson, l)ut lbs Majesty's ernment did not think the matter called for action on the part of the government. Mr. H. 15. Warner, an Englishman residing in New York. took up the case and succeeded in obtaining the release of Saw yer. Mr. Warner has not demanded any compensation.the thanks of tins government have bee 1 accorded him, but the Gov thinks that this Colony would not wish an individual to hear the cost of a matter that W is properly one calling for Official action, and recommends that Ml. Warner should I).reimburs ed the expenses of £ 179 18s. 4d for his humanitarian action. It is regrettable to find that 1 lisMaj .mi' iit ah consider the life of a British Subject a matter that did no! call for action on their part, and failed to do what was accomplished by an individual. All praise is due Mr. Warner and we are confident that there will not be a single. dissentient voice in the House of Assembly to making good to Mr. Warner his cost in obtaining the liberty of a citizen of the Bahamas Message No. 50 states that the Governor reminds the House that the contracts of the Florida .last Coast Hotel Company and the Peninsular and Occidental Steamship company expires on the 31st December 1913. The Governor enquired of the Executors of the late H. M. Flagler if it was their intention The Mai cia" arrived this afternoon from Tampico, via Havana. to offer for a renewal of the contract. A telegram has been receivi 1 from Mr. Parsons stating that they are desirous of renewing the contract for five years on the same terms as the old, for a Miami-Nassau route. The Governor recommends the acceptance of this offer. We were satisfied all along!say that the Cricket match anthat the pretence of Miami be-'nounced to be played on the ing unavailable was humbug Eastern Parade will be pi and but for the firmness of Gov>at Haynes Oval at 3 o'clock to emor Haddon-Smith we would {morrow afternoon, have been humbugged into the! j undesirable Key West-Miami route. We have long known that corporations have no souls, but some of them are troubled with! brass. > His Lordship the Bishop and Telegraph Department V>f the Rev. A J. Browne arrived on the Colony. Yacht ".Messageof Peace" from On motion of Mr. S inds the Harbour Island this morning. said amendment 1 [\ ed to j after the inserting "£ 1 "at the Steamer "Vigilan-I end thereof and the nllowiag Resolution was adopt' I "Resolved that ina* much as the amendment proposed bv ^...v.....v .. u ...v.... ,. ...... We have been requested to the Honourable the L< gislative HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Monday evening l6th June 1913. T House met according to adiourmi nt. %  I'M sent : The 11 tnble. I S eaker ti al. 1 I'i; lion J. I'. San Is laid upi on tl the I louse an (hrdei in Coum d rt a pension to %  VV. G. Mai lure. Registrar of the nature and prorogue the House Suprern( and Chl( f clerk toorof of the House,, Assemblj ; a copy of ami nded and Prison Rules. Mr. Gamblin from the Committee on the question asked by Mr. Albury on the 28th May and the answer given thereto rt Members of Public Boards belt is rumoured that it was the intention of the 11 ivernor to %  t the House and sign uch Bills as were ready for his sigthe out isl not The Police Band will give a Concert to night. The election held yesteHay for three Trustees for the Public Library 111 addition to those appointed by the Governor resulted as follows: —Charles S. Rae, Esq., Ri v. Haul. vVilshere and II. C. Stronge, Esq., j Mr. Charles 11 E. Kemp at one time Editor of The Nassau Times : a brother of the late Dr. <',. r. R. Kemp died at his lence in N iss IU Court on Tuesday night. He was found dead ill his bed. Council to the bill t<> .1 end the law relating to the Telegraph I department of the Ci %  iy, presses and ( arms oul the intention of the House i'i passing the Bill, the House aci j>ts the amendment, but decL.es that such acceptance shall not be -lined into an admission of any right in the Honourable the islative Council 1 1 amend the said or any othi t money BillOn motion of Mr. lalcolm the hou • eded to take into consideration the amend* ment proposed by the 1 Ion, the Legislative Council to the Bill to provide for the betti r examination and audit of thi Public Accounts of the Colon and also agreed to the same Dr. Culmer moved hat the House proceed to take into consideration t ; len Iment 1 ropo ed by the Hon. the LegislaiMemoers 01 IUOIIC UDHIU, OCT ,. • .. .. ,, ,._..,, tive Lomu ll to the bill relating ins Agents for Hie Insurance of 1 ,. 111 .1 .1 .1 to the Lepers, buildings under tlie control 011 r %  1 1 • _. %  j 1 • Alter altering and making such boards handed in a n-poit .? . 111. certain ot ier aim I s the which was read and ordered to, , , ,. 2 , ade bv ti e Lmin(' printed. Dr. Sweeting from the Committee, iv the election of a light louse at Hawk's Nest, San Salvador (referred lucky handed in a report which was read and ordered to be printed. 1 In motion of Dr. Sweeting, Resolved that the Report of the Select Committee on the petition of Mian (J. Johnson praying for ths refund of a portion of the Duty on a Motor cycle, The "Tribune is pleased to wel< the Bah imas Mr. F. S. I lenning, representative of the well known Sunlight Soap be ad >pted Manufacturers -Messrs Levei Mr. Bowen moved the adopBios. -Port Sunlight. England. tion of the majority report ol Mr. Henning arrived on Tuesday the Select Coinmittei on the and will remain in the City foi pMition of Sh id rack 'I h.mias 1 weeks. We wish him .1 Bloard praying for a gratuity. his stay \ Mr. Williams moved in 'amendment that the said report be not adopted. A Dann, | The question being put it pleasant tune during amongst us. The Rev. Charles Pastor 01 Zion Baptst Church, passed in the affirmative, the Ldt yesterday for a visit to the churches under his care at Crooked Island, Long Cay ami Inagua. Mr. I'. A. Tree i arrived this morning from Mastic Point Andros Island. report therefore was not adopt ed On motion ol Mr. Sands the House proceeded to take into consideration the amendments proposed by the Hon. the Legislative Council to the bill to amend the law relating to the c il were agreed to. (Ordered that a Message be sent to the Honourable the Legislative Council informing them as follows: — first. That the House have I to the ameiidme its offered to the Bill to provid for the betti r examination and audit "f 1' lunts of the Colony. Second*. That the II 'use h.is agreed to the aa*ieodm< nt 08 ed to the Bill to amend the law r< latiug to the Telegi ph 1 lepartment of the Col' after inserting the figures %  <• %  at the end thi reof. Tuird. That the House h ive agreed to die first, second an I fourth ami ndments to the Bill relating to Lepers but have dinagr I to the third amendment and olf 1 another auie-'i Iment in lieu thereof. In all which the House desire the concurrence of the Council. and also Transmitting a Copy of the Resolution of the House agreed to this evening with reference "ILi



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THE T R I BU N F. to the amendment offered to the Bill tr. Johnson. Gamblin, Sands. (13) Whereupon it was moved by Mr. Johnson that the Bill be I : red ba< lto the Commit! with an m-'i iction toconsider | the advis ibilityof prnvidingper! sonal allowances for tinfoil ifficials namely.— To Thomas Evan Daggan Brace while holding th of 1st Cleric in the Colonial ttarys Ilepartment £50. To Thomas Vincent Matthews while holding t!ie office of cash ier and Chief Clerk in the Treasury Department £.50 To Joseph Knowles while holding the office of Clerk of the Poltpe C £$o) ()n the question bein : puf' the I louse divided. Y>\is Messrs Bi ice, Allan j, Williams, Cole and Weech. (5) 1 N.i s. Messrs Curry, A. K. Solomon, Johnson, I W. Young Moseley, Pinder, Dr. Sweeting, Armbrister, !•'.. V. Solomon, \dderle), B >wen, Anderson, Malcolm, Dr. [olmson, Sands. ('3) Resolved therefore tint the Bill be read a second tin ()n motion of Mr. Moseley Resolved That tha House do now revolve itself into .1 Com* mittee of the whole House on the Rill The Deputy Speaker reported that the Committi e had gone through the Bill without making any amendment therein. o 1 m ttfofl of Mr. Albury the Bill to continue in forrce cei tain Acts which will expire with the present session of the Legislature, passed the second r< %  lug and 1 ommittal, \h Weech moved that the Bill to sfrant certain duties of Custom*on goods, wares and merchandise imported into and exported out of the Colony be read a second time. Mi. Malcolm moved in amendment that the said Bill be read a second time this day six mouths. \nd the question being put thereon. The I louse divided. ^ is. — Messrs Curry, A. K. Solom MI, Johnson, I. W. Young Moseley, Binder, Armbris Dr. Sweeting, E. V. Solomon, Adderley, Bow en, Anderson, Malcolm, Dr. Johnson, Sands. Navs.—Messrs Brice, Albury. Williams, Cole, Weech. (5) Resolved (therefore) that the Bill be read this day six months. On motion of Mr. Sands the Bill to promote the Agricultur al Development of the Colony and for other purposes was read a third time and passed. 1 h lered that the Acting Chief Clerk do carry the said Bill to the Honourable the I egislative Council and desire the concurrence of that Honourable Board tein. The House adjourned until Wednesday evening. June 17, 1913. Editor "Tribune — Nassau. I tear Sir: In vour issue of last evening I read the article on the Jamaican negro with much satisfaction as it carries out similar statements 1 have made in Nassau to people who s offed at litions existing. So far as the Jamaican OR the Canal work goes, it was also my experience as an inter* ested visitor there, to have gan f of Jamaica men pointed out to me as the most realistic working models of ( oni entrated studied laziness in existent e ; but it may be interesting to some of youi readers to know of one actual reason existing to day which may explain this laziness, and show how these men can live well, with all their failings. I have been to Jamaica three times, last year in April and Maj I spent a mouth knocking about the northern and w-tcm sections while waiting for a vessel I had taken passage 111 to pioi ure a load of logwood and to I had a splendid 1 ipportunitj t< 1 obsei ve the real countrified Jamaica man in his home life away fiom th Cities like Port Antonio and Kingston. 'Ilia United Fruit Co., who is fast gaining control of all the banana business in the West Indies and Central America runs a fast trio of steamers (of 3500 to 4000 tons) the "Admiral Dewey," the "Admiral Schley," and tii" "Admiral Farragut," which sunk the Ward Liner "Merieda"—these vessels coming empty from the north enter at Port Antonio and then proceed westward to Negril Point, after which they drop along the workmg back east all the time and making ten and often more schedule stops sending their own boa's ashore through the openings thereof and bunging back the bananas waiting; on the beach, which for several days previous had been purchased by resident agents for spot cash : This ol course is a big advantage to a section miles away from all other railroad 01 shipping facilities of the island. But who brings these bunchi s of green bananas t<> the Fruit Agents ? not the men. but W I (MEN, the men you will find lazily snoo/ing in the shade or hugging a square face three quarters emptj. 1 'rive back into the country and the lulls ten miles and moie and who do you meet toiling along the hot road with two and often three bunches of bananas averaging 150 bananas on one stem?— \\ ( )\ll..\ : and some just mere slips of girls and most always with one or two youngsters dragging along with them. mien cut the bananas irry them miles sell them for gi od 1.1 th to the Fruit Agent in Ins hut on the beach ami then turn around and give the money to their Lords and masters, who sitting in the shade simply take moneyjas a matter of course. The vessel I was waiting to s.nl in was delayed two Wl by tr\ iug to get men to load the logwood (rew on crew Was engaged on extra terms but as Soon as a bob or so was earned all hands quit and lay in the shade again—finally women at 64. per day had to do most of the lugging and loading. In Savanna la Mar. Montego Bay and other places I have seen women at work on buildil pouring cement mixings, tot' stone and I aiiMiig m Itl -nal up ladders at I d. per day so it is not stretching the truth one bit to say that m all this part of Jamaica mentioned above that the ability to obtain cash from bananas grown without effort to the men, gathered and Sold by women also without el fort to' the men certainly cannot help but mal.e tin se naf.uallv lazy, indolent men— lazier and more independent eveiy day. with the result that real man labor is almost at a premium in the cane fields and on the sugar estates throughout this large section of Jamaica. So when you read the pass often seen in the "Tribune"— "A Race is no better than its women," is it not proof of this that when women allow themselves to be treated as beasts of burden and are expected to 1 vide for their husbands, and do so—what can be expected of the Race which is comprised ol •rations descended from such women ? Thanking you for space, I am Sincerelv, G. E. MAYER. CABLEGRAMS June 19th 1913. London, 17.-The British battleship Magnificent while returning from gunnery practice, went ashore this evening in a dense fog at the entrance to Plymouth Sound. Efforts to re-float the vessel have so far been futile, owing to the low tide. London, 17.—Emile Dobonnet and Welby Jourdan, aeronauts who were participating in a longdistance balloon race from Paris, were picked up to-day by a tug 22 miles south of Yetnor, Isle of Wight. They were clinging to the wreckage of their balloon which had collapsed. London, 17.—About 30a volumes m the library ol St. Johns College, V. ambridgt, have been found niutilated by cutting, A card found hanging at the end of a book case bore the words "Votes for Women". Many of the damaged volumes are valuable. Mrs Pankhurtt was to-day again released from jail and removed to a nursing home. Chicago, 17.Thare was a f Northampton died suddenly at Acqui. Italy, yesterday. Washington, 17 —.Public opinion is to decide whether there shall be currency legislation in the present session of congress. This was the view winch Representative Underwood took after a conference with President Wilson nt the White rioii e to.day.



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I THE TRi BUX E top 80 as to allow sonic material lo be slipped into it if the uppers • nine too close together, This fives some chance of adjustment and saves making new up| rrs, and a'so assists in preventing the laces from cutting into tlie flesh, which' may happen if the shoes are tightly laced to give much support to the • inkle. Hut in most instances if the shoe is Carefully designed,and the built-up arch properly constructed, support of this kind may he given without lacing the shoe tightly, A good test ol a well-designed shoe is as to how it wears. If the first appearance rf wear is in the middU of the sale, it shows thai the shoe was correctly made, and that the foot is being benefited by it. Remember thai after wearing the first pair of shoes out, the BTCh support can be made higher in the p >ir, and this can be repeated in cceeding pair until the limit is reached. The we irei can readily beni Muse changes be cause they came gradually. It feels very strange to any one who has worn a built-up arch shoe to put >n an ordinary one, as the support of the arch of the foot is at missed. It is astonishing how much pressure is exerted by the broken-down arch of a foot. The Steel inserts are .sometimes hioken by it. By this one can obtain an idea of how neccesearj it is to sup port the an li properly, It conclusion, the writer would advise anyone who thinks that he is troubled with fl it foot, to consult a competent surgeon at Mri '\ and if he orders a specially made shoe, to go immediately to a reliable shoemake* who makes a tpecialty of such shoes. A shoe that is well designed and carefully constructed will cost a good price, but one will never regrct the money paid, for in return he will obtain much cum for >, and will in all probability also lie spared a broken ankle, or • other serious injui y It isnot to try to economise by purchasing from a maker who does not make a spi cialty of sui h • hoes. The) require expert skill in theil con. struct ion, When a second pair is made, the wearer should insist thai the same workman who made the fust pair shall II lie the set The reason for tins is that workmen differ a? r-ee.ods how tight they draw the various parts I ther, and also as to man) "•! ei de. tails; so to obtain comfortable and satisfactory shoe, it it tx to have the same workman n t hern each time. Wanted T WO CIGAR MAKERS Apply to I. P. SANDS CO. A race is no better than ita vr-irTn /-\and THE Nascr.:: Bargain House. Have beer receiving by last weeks mer .1 I %  %  v %  ;.•: .in I varied assort tu-nl fC %  for their department Sicr.s LARGE variety of Ladies children's trimmed and unti immed I bits. A beautiful lot of Fancy Itair Ribbon', Large'Roses and Wreaths Brocaded ami plain Velvets, black and coloured. \ qu lilt its' Fiirnit ire HI Bun FtUX ftables, Dining Chairs, Mattrasse Tc. One very fine Gent's Bicycle, a i ".ister and new A quantity China and While Stone China l-.ai tie nw Market Baskets, Brooms,Talcum Powrier, Enameled \\ are I 1 Fine Lot Dress Goods in Lin enes, Ltnettrs, Muslins, Ac. 10 yard pieces Sanitary Diaper, Children's p'ain colours and I incy Lisle Socks at 6d. raid o/l, pair. NO I ICE. The dwelling formerly occupied hy myself fur Rent from the i6ih instant. Apply to .VI. MOORE. June loth, 10,13 W L would 1 form all who appreciate a Good > nke that we mil have on h .ml an < xtensive Stock of il.W \\ \ CIG RS, \\| guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Haw aa and >umatl Wtappers, and Havana Killers throughout. %  I liese Cigars are manufactured .111 our premises bskille.1 workmel and great pams aie taken to produce an aiticle of superior quilitv. The success we have met with in the past leads r < <> talent Iv to eat) the pat 1 mage of connoiseurs J. I.. SAI Mil RS & Co. Bai -treetl KOPS NON-ALCOHOLIC EEYERAGES. \u. ANDST< i r. \ delicious I>rink brrwed from I lops containing all the tonic value "I ale and •sn.iit but without lie R Itei 1 ITerts, pi n e Cd. li 1 tie. s s do/. I.IMI CM \\]|'\i INF. I'llils y' I. ( I ; 1 Is |l || SPARKLLVG V.\l KNTO WINE. I'mis 7 \ I !' %  '/, GINGER ALI X 1 il\l ,1 R III RR Pints d. Pi clos s-. SPECIAL PRIl KS BY I III'. C \-l s. SOLD \ T BLACK'S -•2.? Bay St. and I III'. NASSAU C WHY Kl iciiKV. II. S. I'd. \< K, Agin. RECEIVING THIS WEEK A I 15 I. A C K'S 222 Hay-Street and THE N \s-s\r CANDY KI It HEN. H 1 l IV & I'M MERS NEW Good Luck Biscuits la 'ose and in half pound pa' at !-. I I 1 61 II). Huntle) .\ Palmers Peril Beurre, Mai ie -old 1 'nron it ion, in hall pound pa. kets. CRAWFORD'S Butter Tuff', in \ lb. par ketS at 1 d. „ "I'fillit" and I nil Creams at 1 -. '.I. per |b_ Currant Puffs at 1 lb. LIPTON'S COCt >\. tins 1-• 1 /. ,. 1. THF. SPECIAL CALL AT THK KOYAL MORE O CR "Royal" Household la.mil I' lour selling at ad pence per lb. and 1, pet a; of j 196 IUs. "Golden "Mar l-'hmr j Ihs for '. I. and "Luirel Brand" Flour" SIMI for ->d. 1 1 te nial I I111 per !• 1 %  1 t yd per lb. Brow 11 Si t 1 I) Oui 1 ice wlute md He %  in town selling at pi. pei quart. A I I oui Groceries are fn 'j I qu lnv and Pure J.. n.i : Rum -it I OS, f> M 1 u. I WII-I SAL'NDERS A Co. .Viv.01 \. P. 11111.1 m \prll 1 s'h tot ,. Cutlery Sheffield a fine assortment ol : RAZORS • Knives Pocket Knives Bu'.r her Knives Bread Knives. Carving Sets in Cases. and SCISSORS. for sale by Chas. F. Alburv. fcirFUSSELp ;l MILH 'EI-ARED BV V ,, An/tivA v*_*^sS*5 W. A. M VI HER. UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friend*] and the 1 ic rhai he luoi jnsi received u o inplete outfit of facilities foi the • isiness ol an undei! 1 ki r, which | ilaces h n a position to carry %  ut Funerals that may I ie snt 1 ustei to Ins care with system and desp 1 ch ; and respect 1 fully solicit, then patronage 1 >ot my Prices firsi an prove that they are the vei y lowest for first class woi k. USE OF Tjrpewriier LEARN TO BE A STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN FOR PARTICULARS WRITE BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCHOOk EIGHTH AND PIKE. ST. LOUIS, Mr AMBITION TALK* Billy of these now famous article* bnunrl In book form— pasteboard covsrs -Cl paves, with an Insplrlnc mnney-maklns; auFte'SStlon on each pass, afallea prepaid. 83c. | nolnraa Pnhlliktns; Co. tin and Pin* Ms.. HI. i-otlla Mo.



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0) CD O CO •> 0 W .a s < VOL. X. NasMU, N. P..' BivliiMiiRs, Tnursdny June 19.1911 No. 171 i EON K H. DL'HI CH, ^ B Paoesii • OPPICF I -M M MtKKT STB1 n i V '' %  I 11 A M A r. u. Iloi li PUBLISHED IMIL1 Minday, Wednesday and Friday•iii| iicopy ... ... Id, rut-,'. 11 |' la> in .i in i ., \ • IM^Ic Cl||>1 ... Ill rVatltlv ... 4 |d thh .' i •> %  II ; I I V:i.|v Veany ... ifa PAY x >•.!,'IS *l)V WCI-. Advertising. Fiatei --i\ pe [>ei line fnr ln-i intertion thiee pew e i•< r line '••r ice insertion; and one |ienn) pel line fur Milweqi %  | wn of the ;u h "f tinfont, and there, for* eatM •Ihe Miff Tfr to li ive i \i >\ I , insti p, It can largely he relieved b u earing pr^|> rip con. strticteri shoes. \| m\ g ( wlii> is beginning t.. if troubled does ri.t know what >s 111• in ittrr, tli pain In nig thought tub* rheuii ;ii ism. .n s .me snml || ili,e,,se ; < % %  iiisi'<|iifiitl\ ill.remedy in a Urg* proportion l li be auoli. el. FlAt fool is mnrefiequenl am >ug t lose w ho stand or walk must .,i ihe day, Init n is not i unfit ed t > t lem for many others have it .-ils>> Often Hie :ir>-1 indication <>f i"pre. nco is 'li" difficulty of obtaining a (hoe of sufficient li ngtl Win r.' only one foot is diseased (tins i~ f equently the case, i i ,u lean one f ml iiiimi broken do n than tbe other), if it I, i|i;„ us m be the font 1 • shoe is pn( fife ', it is more difficult lo determine I ,el me -t ite here IIIHI one loo' is often longei and I ii .•. i than ihe nthei even il II a ROI pxisl ; and .'ill persons should at intervals hive both I'll HUMS,|| l| |. I| ||,c |ll|! p| is,' I || finding oui which is ihe larger, and ,-i new shoe should always be Gtted on that foot. Where finifool is present, limverer, even il i a e is us ii m niea. sin ing, and a shoe It ich i i i. >i 'i i! coi ditions would lie enoug i is proviil | i n short time the wearei will find lliai ihe toei i" cl Ihe end "I ihe shoe, i ing much p lin, I have known "f %  ases w i" re n numbei "I different ill sini s were purch ised and ili-' ,II il' il befiire it was il ili.it the rliffj Wiy w is |] itf.nit, and not a loo short shoe. When a per%  i i with this trouble stands or walks, Ihe foot is naturally enlon. gated. It would be beyon \ the *e;npe of tins ariirla to entet into a technical discussion .is in the ana torn cal changes in the h >s ,,f ,, f ,.\ m u lin !i the Broil is bi >ken down ; but ;is I mentioned at the beginning .if tins arttc % %  II itfoot • n gists in Ihe loss of the natural nri li of the font, thus making ; %  low instep. If the insteo is low, (he foot is not properly held in its place in the shoe by tlif uppers, .md it continually sli ps forward to ihe Iron) of Ihe shoe, with the painful results just men. tinned. An effort has been made, by some makers to remedy tins by making .-i ghoe with the upp ;ra siiiilh-i (,.i .,.. otherwise normal *'•'"'. n l .i steel uppoi t is ,I!S.I in. serted ui iheahoe tosiiffen it where tl"' nun ii.-il pressure from Ihe andai II .-it. h is foli. Shne props can alsn be purchased, which Bre mean! to be placed in nrdin in I 'I •1 "" -. to support Ihe *irii of ih' fnot, All these devices will ;i"| if the disease has no) progn si ed ton f.u ; but if it ianyway seri. nut, thej \v ill nut answer, and it will be ri i to have si „r specially constructed, with Ihe area s i*6ort built in at part of the There Jare a number of othi r p lints to !" %  remembered in design* in such .i shop, and the i itet i'l name them ; but before he does so lie will state that the popular idea that a shoe must l"? clumsy or of an uii^.iiiilv shape to lsuitable to use where flat foot exists, is an entirely et n >n ous one. The shown in an illustr.it i on W>M e s:ru:tfil for a l> ul case of flatioot, where tbe patient had continttal trouble and much pain. The an. kle in Hi is case wi >uld suddenl v turn i^i'h the danger, of course, f I iking) when the person was w il kins on a 11 it. smooth i ment, and lit • toes " ild rub n-1 one another, causing t lie nails to cut into the skin; and they als.i mi. ed i| ainsl the shoe, again causir.g injury to the skin ; ;IIKI pains of various kinds were II esenl in t hr leg.Ml these tiou!4s 'i IS.-I| i,i a r.-ni irkahly short time aftet a properly constructed shoo was w.ini. I hese shoes ate not unsymmeterical inanywa), and have graceful lines. When one is having shoes made, it is imp ut.int to see th it til fowing i le is in addition to th" others .vhicli h.iv been mentioned, are embodied in their construction an I design : The person fot whom t lej are inti tided should stand up cm a pie .' ul p ipei, and a pencii should he mi around each tf the feet I.' obtain a c •< reel outline i f i .il i In in. I hen the I I leughi and shape will be found, lor when the weigtll of I lie body I placed upon the feet, thej expand, Then other customary measure. merits can be taken with a tap" measure and rule, When the shoes .UP being constructed, care should be taken to curve the toes upward not (lone, the pressure of Ihe to If this i< the shoe will be painful, fur'be t.i-s of the foot curve II | nd when llitf ,..t is present. The toei ( f ihe shoes must be built so that 11 I • %  v will nut rest upon the toes of the feet. The uppers n.ust li" ( in fully CUl so thai t'lev not be too f.n .ip.nt whjn ihe shoe. are laced, and yet again nol IIKI i lose. II too 'ar apart, the lacei will cut the il--b ; if tooclcae, the ankle can not obtain sufficient support, a vi il item in %  lieving flatloot, A tongue is so tunes in.i e of two thickness, material, and it is left op :n nl (Conlit ued HI fnurtl


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VOL. X.
NasMU, N. P..' BivliiMiiRs, Tnursdny June 19.1911
No. 171
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I REA IMI'.M I OK FLA I"
FOOl "
("li IS. K I'.iim'i-Idm.
Aii astonishingly lai [ nil nber
of persona are nowa layi 111 cte i
u ith what is kn iwn hi ll tf Tins ill si- ise is tiir breaking d >wn
of the ;u h "f tin- font, and there,
for* eatM - Ihe Miff Tfr to li ive i
\i >\ I , insti p, It can largely he
relieved b u earing pr^|> rip con.
strticteri shoes. \| m\ g ( .
wlii> is beginning t.. if troubled
does ri.t know what >s 111 in ittrr,
tli pain In nig thought tub* rheu-
ii ;ii ism. .n s .me snml || ili,e,,se ;
proportion .i- s ...ii as it might li-. in tin- pa.
ti lit'-- greni loss, 'I'll* old Raying,
\ stitch in time save- nina," is
pnticularly appropriate in tins
connect i .n. I lie u i it,.i will ii
lion in 11 ~- article how ilia irouble
begins mi.I , til n|M1 prjvf hints ns
to how a remedy >l.....li be auoli.
el.
FlAt fool is mnrefiequenl am >ug
t lose w ho stand or walk must .,i
ihe day, Init n is not i unfit ed t >
t lem for many others have it .-ils>>
Often Hie :ir>-1 indication <>f i"- pre.
nco is 'li" difficulty of obtaining
a (hoe of sufficient li ngtl Win r.'
only one foot is diseased (tins i~
f equently the case, i i ,u lean one
f ml iiiimi broken do n than tbe
other), if it I, i|i; us m be the font
1 shoe is pn( fife ',
it is more difficult lo determine
I ,el me -t ite here
iIihI one loo' is often longei and
I ii .. i than ihe nthei even il II a
roi pxisl ; and .'ill per-
sons should at intervals hive both
I'll HUMS,|| l| |. I| ||,c |ll|! p| is,' I ||
finding oui which is ihe larger, and
,-i new shoe should always be Gtted
on that foot.
Where finifool is present, limv-
erer, even il i a e is us ii m niea.
sin ing, and a shoe It ich i i
i. >i 'i i! coi ditions would lie
enoug i is proviil | i n short
time the wearei will find lliai ihe
toei i" cl Ihe end "I ihe shoe, i
ing much p lin, I have known "f
ases w i" re n numbei "I different
. ill sini s were purch ised and
ili-' ,iiil' il befiire it was il
ili.it the rliffj Wiy w is |] itf.nit, and
not a loo short shoe. When a per-
-ii with this trouble stands or
walks, Ihe foot is naturally enlon.
gated.
It would be beyon \ the *e;npe of
tins ariirla to entet into a techni-
cal discussion .is in the ana torn cal
changes in the h.....>s ,,f ,, f ,.\ m
u lin !i the Broil is bi >ken down ;
but ;is I mentioned at the begin-
ning .if tins arttc . II itfoot
n gists in Ihe loss of the natural
nri li of the font, thus making
; low instep. If the insteo is
low, (he foot is not properly
held in its place in the shoe by
tlif uppers, .md it continually sli ps
forward to ihe Iron) of Ihe shoe,
with the painful results just men.
tinned. An effort has been made,
by some makers to remedy tins by
making .-i ghoe with the upp ;ra
siiiilh-i (,.i .,.. otherwise normal
*''"'. n l .i steel uppoi t is ,i!s.i in.
serted ui iheahoe tosiiffen it where
tl"' nun ii.-il pressure from Ihe
andai ii .-it. h is foli. Shne
props can alsn be purchased, which
Bre mean! to be placed in nrdin in
I.....'I -1"" -. to support Ihe *irii
of ih' fnot, All these devices will
;i"| if the disease has no) progn si
ed ton f.u ; but if it i- anyway seri.
nut, thej \v ill nut answer, and it
will be ri i to have si r
specially constructed, with Ihe area
s i*6ort built in at part of the
There Jare a number of othi r
p lints to !" remembered in design*
in such .i shop, and the i itet i'l
name them ; but before he does so
lie will state that the popular idea
that a shoe must l"? clumsy or of
an uii^.iiiilv shape to l- suitable
to use where flat foot exists, is an
entirely et n >n ous one. The
shown in an illustr.ition w>me
s:ru:tfil for a l> ul case of flatioot,
where tbe patient had continttal
trouble and much pain. The an.
kle in Hi is case wi >uld suddenl v
turn i^i'h the danger, of course, f
I iking) when the person was
w il kins on a 11 it. smooth i
ment, and lit toes " ild rub
n-1 one another, causing t lie
nails to cut into the skin; and
they als.i mi. ed i| ainsl the shoe,
again causir.g injury to the skin ;
;iikI pains of various kinds were
II esenl in t hr leg.Ml these tiou!4s
'i is.-i| i,i a r.-ni irkahly short time
aftet a properly constructed shoo
was w.ini. I hese shoes ate not un-
symmeterical inanywa), and have
graceful lines.
When one is having shoes made,
it is imp ut.int to see th it til
fowing i le is in addition to th"
others .vhicli h.iv been mentioned,
are embodied in their construction
an I design : The person fot whom
t lej are inti tided should stand up
cm a pie .' ul p ipei, and a pencii
should he mi around each tf the
feet I.' obtain a c ' i .il i In in. I hen the I I
leughi and shape will be found,
lor when the weigtll of I lie body I
placed upon the feet, thej expand,
Then other customary measure.
merits can be taken with a tap"
measure and rule, When the shoes
.up being constructed, care should
be taken to curve the toes upward
not (lone, the pressure of Ihe to
If this i< the shoe will be painful,
fur'be t.i-s of the foot curve ii|
nd when llitf ,..t is present. The
toei ( f ihe shoes must be built so
that 11i v will nut rest upon the
toes of the feet. The uppers n.ust
li" ( in fully CUl so thai t'lev
not be too f.n .ip.nt whjn ihe shoe.
are laced, and yet again nol Iiki
i lose. II too 'ar apart, the lacei
will cut the il--b ; if tooclcae, the
ankle can not obtain sufficient sup-
port, a vi il item in -
lieving flatloot, A tongue is so
tunes in.i e of two thickness,
material, and it is left op :n nl
(Conlit ued hi fnurtl


T
T II T R 1 B L N E
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Thursday. June 19. 191V
Two very important mi SS iges
Nos, 48 and 50, from 11
lencj the Governor weie laid
before the House of Assembly
last night.
Message No 48 covering cor-
respondence relative to the
death sentence, subsequently
commuted to life, and the even-
tual release of Robert Sawyer a
Seaman, native of these islands.
The Story of the manifold mur-
ders on the American s
"Henry Berwind" of wl
Sawyer was one ->f the crew is
not quite f >rg< ttn here.
The messagi recounts, I
;. numerousl ed j" titi m of
influential inhabitants of tins
city, was pn m, ,i by the Ba-
hamas Friendly Si ietj to the
Governor Sir William Grey-
Wilson, l)ut lbs Majesty's
ernment did not think the mat-
ter called for action on the part
of the government.
Mr. H. 15. Warner, an English-
man residing in New York.
took up the case and succeeded
in obtaining the release of Saw
yer.
Mr. Warner has not demand-
ed any compensation.the thanks
of tins government have bee 1
accorded him, but the Gov
thinks that this Colony would
not wish an individual to hear
the cost of a matter that W is
properly one calling for Official
action, and recommends that
Ml. Warner should I).- reimburs
ed the expenses of 179 18s. 4d
for his humanitarian action.
It is regrettable to find that
1 lisMaj .mi' iit ah
consider the life of a British
Subject a matter that did no!
call for action on their part,
and failed to do what was ac-
complished by an individual.
All praise is due Mr. Warner
and we are confident that there
will not be a single.dissentient
voice in the House of Assem-
bly to making good to Mr. War-
ner his cost in obtaining the lib-
erty of a citizen of the Bahamas
Message No. 50 states that
the Governor reminds the House
that the contracts of the Florida
.last Coast Hotel Company and
the Peninsular and Occidental
Steamship company expires on
the 31st December 1913.
The Governor enquired of the
Executors of the late H. M.
Flagler if it was their intention
The Mai
cia" arrived this afternoon from
Tampico, via Havana.
to offer for a renewal of the
contract.
A telegram has been receivi 1
from Mr. Parsons stating that
they are desirous of renewing
the contract for five years on the
same terms as the old, for a Mi-
ami-Nassau route. The Gov-
ernor recommends the accept-
ance of this offer.
We were satisfied all along!say that the Cricket match an-
that the pretence of Miami be-'nounced to be played on the
ing unavailable was humbug Eastern Parade will be pi
and but for the firmness of Gov- >at Haynes Oval at 3 o'clock to
emor Haddon-Smith we would {morrow afternoon,
have been humbugged into the! j
undesirable Key West-Miami
route.
We have long known that
corporations have no souls, but
some of them are troubled with!
brass. >
His Lordship the Bishop and Telegraph Department V>f the
Rev. A J. Browne arrived on the Colony.
Yacht ".Messageof Peace" from On motion of Mr. S inds the
Harbour Island this morning. said amendment 1 [\ ed to
j after the inserting " 1 "at the
Steamer "Vigilan-I end thereof and the nllowiag
Resolution was adopt' I
"Resolved that ina* much as
the amendment proposed bv
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We have been requested to the Honourable the L< gislative
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Monday evening
l6th June 1913.
T House met according to
adiourmi nt.
' I'm sent : The 11 tnble. I
S eaker ti al.
1 I'i; lion J. I'. San Is laid up-
i on tl the I louse an
(hrdei in Coum d rt a pension to
VV. G. Mai lure. Registrar of the
nature and prorogue the House Suprern( and Chl(,f clerk
toorof of the House,, Assemblj ;
a copy of ami nded and
Prison Rules.
Mr. Gamblin from the Com-
mittee on the question asked by
Mr. Albury on the 28th May and
the answer given thereto rt
Members of Public Boards be-
lt is rumoured that it was the
intention of the 11 ivernor to
t the House and sign uch
Bills as were ready for his sig-
the out isl
not
The Police Band will
give a Concert to night.
The election held yesteHay
for three Trustees for the Public
Library 111 addition to those
appointed by the Governor re-
sulted as follows: Charles S.
Rae, Esq., Ri v. Haul. vVilshere
and II. C. Stronge, Esq.,
j
Mr. Charles 11 E. Kemp at
one time Editor of The Nassau
Times : a brother of the late
Dr. <',. r. R. Kemp died at his
lence in N iss iu Court on
Tuesday night. He was found
dead ill his bed.
Council to the bill t<>. .1 end the
law relating to the Telegraph
I department of the Ci iy,
presses and ( arms oul the in-
tention of the House i'i passing
the Bill, the House aci j>ts the
amendment, but decL.es that
such acceptance shall not be
-lined into an admission of
any right in the Honourable the
islative Council 1 1 amend
the said or any othi t money
Bill-
On motion of Mr. lalcolm
the hou eded to take in-
to consideration the amend*
ment proposed by the 1 Ion, the
Legislative Council to the Bill
to provide for the betti r exami-
nation and audit of thi Public
Accounts of the Colon and al-
so agreed to the same
Dr. Culmer moved hat the
House proceed to take into con-
sideration t; len Iment 1 ro-
po ed by the Hon. the Legisla-
iMemoers 01 iuoiic udhiu, oc- t ,. .. .. ,, .
,._..,, tive Lomu ll to the bill relating
ins Agents for Hie Insurance of 1 ,. "
111 .1 .1 .1 to the Lepers,
buildings under tlie control 011 r. . 1 1 _.
j 1 Alter altering and making
such boards handed in a n-poit .?
. . 111. certain ot ier aim I s the
which was read and ordered to, ,. 2
. ade bv ti e Lmin-
(' printed.
Dr. Sweeting from the Com-
mittee, iv the election of a light
louse at Hawk's Nest, San Sal-
vador (referred lucky handed in
a report which was read and
ordered to be printed.
1 In motion of Dr. Sweeting,
Resolved that the Report of the
Select Committee on the peti-
tion of Mian (J. Johnson pray-
ing for ths refund of a portion
of the Duty on a Motor cycle,
The "Tribune is pleased to
wel< the Bah imas Mr.
F. S. I lenning, representative of
the well known Sunlight Soap be ad >pted
Manufacturers -Messrs Levei Mr. Bowen moved the adop-
Bios. -Port Sunlight. England. tion of the majority report ol
Mr. Henning arrived on Tuesday the Select Coinmittei on the
and will remain in the City foi pMition of Sh id rack 'I h.mias
1 weeks. We wish him .1 Bloard praying for a gratuity.
his stay \ Mr. Williams moved in
'amendment that the said re-
port be not adopted.
A Dann, | The question being put it
pleasant tune during
amongst us.
The Rev. Charles
Pastor 01 Zion Baptst Church, passed in the affirmative, the
Ldt yesterday for a visit to the
churches under his care at
Crooked Island, Long Cay ami
Inagua.
Mr. I'. A. Tree i arrived this
morning from Mastic Point
Andros Island.
report therefore was not adopt
ed
On motion ol Mr. Sands the
House proceeded to take into
consideration the amendments
proposed by the Hon. the Legis-
lative Council to the bill to
amend the law relating to the
c il were agreed to.
(Ordered that a Message be
sent to the Honourable the
Legislative Council informing
them as follows:
first. That the House have
I to the ameiidme its offer-
ed to the Bill to provid for the
betti r examination and audit "f
1' lunts of the Col-
ony.
Second*. That the II 'use h.is
agreed to the aa*ieodm< nt 08
ed to the Bill to amend the law
r< latiug to the Telegi ph 1 le-
partment of the Col' after
inserting the figures ., < at
the end thi reof.
Tuird. That the House h ive
agreed to die first, second an I
fourth ami ndments to the Bill
relating to Lepers but have din-
agr.....I to the third amendment
and olf 1 another auie-'i Iment in
lieu thereof.
In all which the House desire
the concurrence of the Council.
and also
Transmitting a Copy of the
Resolution of the House agreed
to this evening with reference
"ILi


THE T R I BU N F.
to the amendment offered to the
Bill t to the I i li ; 'pli Depart:;;
of the Colony.
Mr. Mosel y moved that the
Bill granting a personal allow-
ance to Nigel Bruce Burnside
to read a m :ond time.
Dr. Sw( sting moved in
amendment that the said Bill
he read a second time this day
six months.
And the question being put
thereon.
The I loUSe divided.
Yeas -Messrs Brice, lohnson,
Albiiry, ArmbTisler, Dr. Sweet-
ing, Williams, Cole (7)
Nays A. K. Solomon,Curry
Moseley, E. V. S ilomon, Pinde,
Adderley, Bo wen. Anderson, Dr.
r. Johnson.
Gamblin, Sands. (13)
Whereupon it was moved by !
Mr. Johnson that the Bill be I
: red ba< l- to the Commit!
with an m-'i iction toconsider |
the advis ibilityof prnvidingper- !
sonal allowances for tin- foil
ifficials namely.
To Thomas Evan Daggan
Brace while holding th
of 1st Cleric in the Colonial
ttarys Ilepartment 50.
To Thomas Vincent Matthews
while holding t!ie office of cash
ier and Chief Clerk in the
Treasury Department .50
To Joseph Knowles while !
holding the office of Clerk of
the Poltpe C $o)
()n the question bein : puf'
the I louse divided.
Y>\is Messrs Bi ice, Allan j,
Williams, Cole and Weech. (5) 1
N.i s. Messrs Curry, A. K.
Solomon, Johnson, I W. Young
Moseley, Pinder, Dr. Sweeting,
Armbrister, !'.. V. Solomon,
\dderle), B >wen, Anderson,
Malcolm, Dr. [olmson, Sands.
('3)
Resolved therefore tint the
Bill be read a second tin
()n motion of Mr. Moseley
Resolved That tha House do
now revolve itself into .1 Com*
mittee of the whole House on
the Rill
The Deputy Speaker reported
that the Committi e had gone
through the Bill without mak-
ing any amendment therein.
o 1 m ttfofl of Mr. Albury the
Bill to continue in forrce cei
tain Acts which will expire with
the present session of the Legis-
lature, passed the second r< . !
lug and 1 ommittal,
\h Weech moved that the
Bill to sfrant certain duties of
Custom*on goods, wares and
merchandise imported into and
exported out of the Colony be
read a second time.
Mi. Malcolm moved in amend-
ment that the said Bill be read
a second time this day six
mouths.
\nd the question being put
thereon. The I louse divided.
^ is. Messrs Curry, A. K.
Solom mi, Johnson, I. W. Young
Moseley, Binder, Armbris
Dr. Sweeting, E. V. Solomon,
Adderley, Bow en, Anderson,
Malcolm, Dr. Johnson, Sands.
Navs.Messrs Brice, Albury.
Williams, Cole, Weech. (5)
Resolved (therefore) that the
Bill be read this day six months.
On motion of Mr. Sands the
Bill to promote the Agricultur
al Development of the Colony
and for other purposes was read
a third time and passed.
1 h lered that the Acting Chief
Clerk do carry the said Bill to
the Honourable the I egislative
Council and desire the concur-
rence of that Honourable Board
tein.
The House adjourned until
Wednesday evening.
June 17, 1913.
Editor "Tribune Nassau.
I tear Sir:
In vour issue of last evening
I read the article on the Jamai-
can negro with much satisfac-
tion as it carries out similar
statements 1 have made in Nas-
sau to people who s offed at
litions existing.
So far as the Jamaican
OR the Canal work goes, it was
also my experience as an inter*
ested visitor there, to have gan f
of Jamaica men pointed out to
me as the most realistic work-
ing models of ( oni entrated stu-
died laziness in existent e ; but
it may be interesting to some of
youi readers to know of one ac-
tual reason existing to day
which may explain this laziness,
and show how these men can
live well, with all their failings.
I have been to Jamaica three
times, last year in April and
Maj I spent a mouth knocking
about the northern and w-tcm
sections while waiting for a
vessel I had taken passage 111 to
pioi ure a load of logwood and
to I had a splendid 1 ipportunitj
t< 1 obsei ve the real countrified
Jamaica man in his home life
away fiom th Cities like Port
Antonio and Kingston.
'Ilia United Fruit Co., who is
fast gaining control of all the
banana business in the West
Indies and Central America runs
a fast trio of steamers (of 3500
to 4000 tons) the "Admiral
Dewey," the "Admiral Schley,"
and tii" "Admiral Farragut,"
which sunk the Ward Liner
"Merieda"these vessels com-
ing empty from the north enter
at Port Antonio and then pro-
ceed westward to Negril Point,
after which they drop along the
workmg back east all the
time and making ten and often
more schedule stops sending
their own boa's ashore through
the openings thereof and bung-
ing back the bananas waiting;
on the beach, which for several
days previous had been purcha-
sed by resident agents for spot
cash : This ol course is a big
advantage to a section miles
away from all other railroad 01
shipping facilities of the island.
But who brings these bunchi s
of green bananas t<> the Fruit
' Agents ? not the men. but
W I (MEN, the men you will find
lazily snoo/ing in the shade or
hugging a square face three
quarters emptj. 1 'rive back in-
to the country and the lulls '
ten miles and moie and who do
you meet toiling along the hot
road with two and often three
bunches of bananas averaging
150 bananas on one stem?
\\ ( )\ll..\ : and some just mere
slips of girls and most always
with one or two youngsters
dragging along with them.
mien cut the bananas
irry them miles sell them
for gi od 1.1 th to the Fruit Agent
in Ins hut on the beach ami then
turn around and give the money
to their Lords and masters, who
sitting in the shade simply take
moneyjas a matter of course.
The vessel I was waiting to
s.nl in was delayed two Wl
by tr\ iug to get men to load the
logwood (rew on crew Was
engaged on extra terms but as
Soon as a bob or so was earned
all hands quit and lay in the
shade againfinally women at
64. per day had to do most of
the lugging and loading.
In Savanna la Mar. Montego
Bay and other places I have seen
women at work on buildil
pouring cement mixings, tot'
stone and I aiiMiig m Itl-nal up
ladders at I d. per day so it is
not stretching the truth one bit
to say that m all this part of
Jamaica mentioned above that
the ability to obtain cash
from bananas grown without
effort to the men, gathered and
Sold by women also without el
fort to' the men certainly cannot
help but mal.e tin se naf.uallv
lazy, indolent menlazier and
more independent eveiy day.
with the result that real man
labor is almost at a premium in
the cane fields and on the sugar
estates throughout this large
section of Jamaica.
So when you read the pass
often seen in the "Tribune"
"A Race is no better than its
women," is it not proof of this
that when women allow them-
selves to be treated as beasts of
burden and are expected to 1
vide for their husbands, and do
sowhat can be expected of
the Race which is comprised ol
rations descended from
such women ?
Thanking you for space, I am
Sincerelv,
G. E. MAYER.
.
CABLEGRAMS
June 19th 1913.
London, 17.- -The British
battleship Magnificent while re-
turning from gunnery practice,
went ashore this evening in a
dense fog at the entrance to
Plymouth Sound. Efforts to
re-float the vessel have so far
been futile, owing to the low
tide.
London, 17.Emile Dobonnet
and Welby Jourdan, aeronauts
who were participating in a
longdistance balloon race from
Paris, were picked up to-day by
a tug 22 miles south of Yetnor,
Isle of Wight. They were
clinging to the wreckage of their
balloon which had collapsed.
London, 17.About 30a volumes
m the library ol St. Johns College,
V. ambridgt, have been found niuti-
lated by cutting,
A card found hanging at the end
of a book case bore the words
"Votes for Women".
Many of the damaged volumes
are valuable.
Mrs Pankhurtt was to-day again
released from jail and removed to
a nursing home.
Chicago, 17.- Thare was a advanee in the price of beef at the
stock yards to-day, a jump of
sufficient proportions to cause thf
packers to declare that a famine
in beef is imminent,
London, 17.The M irquis <>f
Northampton died suddenly at
Acqui. Italy, yesterday.
Washington, 17 .Public opinion
is to decide whether there shall be
currency legislation in the present
session of congress. This was the
view winch Representative Under-
wood took after a conference with
President Wilson nt the White
rioii e to.day.


I
THE TRi BUX E
top 80 as to allow sonic material
lo be slipped into it if the uppers
nine too close together, This fives
some chance of adjustment and
saves making new up| rrs, and a'so
assists in preventing the laces from
cutting into tlie flesh, which' may
happen if the shoes are tightly lac-
ed to give much support to the
inkle.
Hut in most instances if the shoe is
Carefully designed,and the built-up
arch properly constructed, support
of this kind may he given without
lacing the shoe tightly,
A good test ol a well-designed
shoe is as to how it wears. If the
first appearance rf wear is in the
middU of the sale, it shows thai
the shoe was correctly made, and
that the foot is being benefited by
it. Remember thai after wearing
the first pair of shoes out, the BTCh
support can be made higher in the
p >ir, and this can be repeat-
ed in cceeding pair until
the limit is reached. The we irei
can readily beni Muse changes be
cause they came gradually. It feels
very strange to any one who has
worn a built-up arch shoe to put
>n an ordinary one, as the support
of the arch of the foot is at
missed. It is astonishing how
much pressure is exerted by the
broken-down arch of a foot. The
Steel inserts are .sometimes hioken
by it. By this one can obtain an
idea of how neccesearj it is to sup
port the an li properly,
It conclusion, the writer would
advise anyone who thinks that he
is troubled with fl it foot, to consult
a competent surgeon at Mri '\ and
if he orders a specially made shoe,
to go immediately to a reliable
shoemake* who makes a tpecialty
of such shoes.
A shoe that is well designed and
carefully constructed will cost a
good price, but one will never re-
grct the money paid, for in return
he will obtain much cum for >, and
will in all probability also lie
spared a broken ankle, or
other serious injuiy. It isnot
to try to economise by purchasing
from a maker who does not make
a spi cialty of sui h hoes. The)
require expert skill in theil con.
struct ion, When a second pair is
made, the wearer should insist thai
the same workman who made the
fust pair shall ii lie the set
The reason for tins is that work-
men differ a? r-ee.ods how tight
they draw the various parts I
ther, and also as to man) "! ei de.
tails; so to obtain comfortable
and satisfactory shoe, it it tx
to have the same workman n
t hern each time.
Wanted
TWO CIGAR MAKERS
Apply to
I. P. SANDS CO.
A race is no better than ita
vr-irTn
/-\and
THE
Nascr.:: Bargain House.
Have beer receiving by last weeks
mer
.1 I' v ';.: .in I varied assort tu-nl
fC for their department Sicr.s
LARGE variety of Ladies
children's trimmed and
unti immed I bits.
A beautiful lot of Fancy Itair
Ribbon', Large'Roses and Wreaths
Brocaded ami plain Velvets, black
and coloured.
\ qu lilt its' Fiirnit ire hi Bun FtUX
ftables, Dining Chairs, Mattrasse
Tc.
One very fine Gent's Bicycle, a
i ".ister and new .
A quantity China and While
Stone China l-.ai tie nw
Market Baskets, Brooms,Talcum
Powrier, Enameled \\ are I
1 Fine Lot Dress Goods in Lin
enes, Ltnettrs, Muslins, Ac.
10 yard pieces Sanitary Diaper,
Children's p'ain colours and I incy
Lisle Socks at 6d. raid o/l, pair.
NO I ICE.
The dwelling formerly occupied
hy myself fur Rent from the i6ih
instant.
Apply to
.VI. MOORE.
June loth, 10,13
WL would 1 form all who appreciate a Good > nke that we mil
have on h .ml an < xtensive Stock of il.W \\ \ CIG RS, \\|
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Haw aa and >umatl
Wtappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
I liese Cigars are manufactured .111 our premises b- skille.1 workmel
and great pams aie taken to produce an aiticle of superior quilitv.
The success we have met with in the past leads r < <> talent Iv to eat)
the pat 1 mage of connoiseurs
J. I.. SAI Mil RS & Co.
Bai -treetl
KOPS
NON-ALCOHOLIC
EEYERAGES.
\u. andst< i r.
\ delicious I>rink brrwed from
I lops containing all the tonic
value "I ale and sn.iit but with-
out lie r Itei 1 ITerts, pi n e Cd.
li 1 tie. ss do/.
I.IMI CM \\]|'\i INF.
I'llils y' I. ( I ; 1 Is |l ||
SPARKLLVG V.\l KNTO WINE.
I'mis 7 \ I !''/,
GINGER ALI X 1 il\l ,1 R III RR
Pints d. Pi clos s-.
SPECIAL PRIl KS BY I III'.
C \-l s.
SOLD \T BLACK'S
-2.? Bay St. and
I III'. NASSAU C WHY
Kl iciiKV.
II. S. I'd. \< K, Ag- in.
RECEIVING THIS WEEK
A I 15 I. A C K'S
222 Hay-Street
and THE N \s-s\r CANDY
KI It HEN.
H1 l IV & I'M MERS
NEW Good Luck Biscuits
la 'ose and in half pound pa'
at !-. I I 1 61 II).
Huntle) .\ Palmers Peril Beurre,
Mai ie -old 1 'nron it ion, in hall
pound pa. kets.
CRAWFORD'S Butter Tuff', in \
lb. par ketS at 1 d.
"I'fillit" and I nil Creams
at 1 -. '.I. per |b_
Currant Puffs at 1 lb.
LIPTON'S COCt >\.
. tins 1-
- 1 /. ,. 1.
THF. SPECIAL CALL AT
THK KOYAL MORE
OCR "Royal" Household
la.mil I' lour selling at ad
pence per lb. and 1, pet a; of j
196 IUs.
"Golden "Mar l-'hmr j Ihs for '. I.
and "Luirel Brand" Flour" SimI
for ->d.
1 1 te nial I I- 111 per ! 1 -1- '
t yd per lb.
Brow 11 Si t 1 I) Oui
1 ice wlute md He in town
selling at pi. pei quart.
AII oui Groceries are fn
'j.....I qu lnv and
Pure J.. n.i : Rum -it I OS, f> m
1 u.
I WII-- I SAL'NDERS A Co.
' .Viv.01 \. P.
11111.1 m
\prll 1 s'h tot ,.
Cutlery
Shef-
field
a fine assortment ol :
RAZORS
Knives
Pocket Knives
Bu'.r her Knives
Bread Knives.
Carving Sets in Cases.
and
SCISSORS.
for sale by
Chas. F. Alburv.
fcirFUSSELp
;l milH
'EI-ARED BV V ,,
An/tivA v*_*^- sS*5
W. A. M VI HER. .
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friend*]
and the 1 ic rhai he luoi
jnsi received u o inplete outfit of
facilities foi the isiness ol an un-
dei! 1 ki r, which | ilaces h.....n a
position to carry ut Funerals that
may I ie snt 1 ustei to Ins care with
system and desp 1 ch ; and respect1
fully solicit, then patronage 1 >ot
my Prices firsi an prove that they
are the vei y lowest for first class
woi k.
USE OF
Tjrpewriier
LEARN TO BE A
STENOGRAPHER
BOOKKEEPER
SALESMAN
FOR PARTICULARS WRITE
BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCHOOk
EIGHTH AND PIKE. ST. LOUIS, Mr
AMBITION TALK* '
Billy of these now famous article*
bnunrl In book form
pasteboard covsrs -Cl
paves, with an Insplrlnc
mnney-maklns; auFte'SS-
tlon on each pass,
afallea prepaid. 83c.
| nolnraa Pnhlliktns; Co.
tin and Pin* Ms..
HI. i-otlla Mo.


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