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J T HiI R i B I N E Zbc tribune Tuesday. September JO, 1915 A writer in the euro ii of the London Magazi Mi Shaw Desmond ha; \ en interesting thii ticjj ation of thi | iting up ol a Parliament in D ibliu. W e allude to tins arti I i %  ''' to almost evi ry n • every reader] Mr. I 'esmond comes to unexpi '-MI, -lusions mi some disputed intt. I Itruns counter to one i views when h the 1 pinion that Ireland with Home Rule would possibly i probably by di R< publi %  and would %  o •'Hi' tlx Unii I le has two main i ntly, for lin\ w He "" the one liand thai th I mat heart is Ri pub ican, and, "ii the othei hand tnat I American Capitalist! ire i '" invest heavily in I; la < under Home Ruleand tli u D ntrolling an I mti-Bi voice HI Irishafl iirs I <> this reply that the Irishman is n t likely to | Republican the iries if he is 1 ft free to look after I and he is likely to think th it with no interference in Irish domestic concerns the B itish coune tion would tage. We are wo American Irish can hold of Irelan I if i el in I should r. m tin an • '"> i" i ii l< n! farmers abound, and w th the North of In land al e idy the ng ind that : I .li nancing done by peo| either in thi -, on the Eastern s le of th" i. Mi. I' 5111 ind that Sir i i | \| r j_ u_ Campbell will hea I Unionist 1 Istermen in ; | 1,1 „, |. shed, and i i t links ih.it the coming i i men in I %  ing rou ,d |o til i i i HI i i Irish I iry hie 11 $ a %  "fli • v i u thesubj i J'Spee j ol %  i n an I others I ^ Up till' irliami nt, th %  lie so disd with their English allies n ing its way to victory We will thattheywilljo.n forces with wa it with ke n ind serious in the Id. i.io Rulers, and start terest to see how far these probating tngand as bitterlj a%  .. ., .. Fulfilled. -. ...a,,.a. %  • %  II. 1 ... l,n 1 anybod} ". I le point out that < h*angem< n w ere among ments of the Act of Union, which took away tlio Irish Parliament It is with tin greatest satis tion thai learn, that the auth .in'.; ID ps to suppn ss the nuisance of tin i ing fruil >n the walk. v i sterdaj hii Worship, II i I ... inflicted a fine of !. upon i of two pen For d ma kins on the side walk and intima that in futun h M I >uld m I:" tin' fi His ; i ted lur i ed at inh rvals The wiitcr of tliis in article states, what most intelligent persons I" lieve, that a Dublin Parliament w ould not lid Nationalist Party. While he looks for John Redmond t<> be head of the lust Irish < ii ivemment under the ne v n : i, he states that k im re O H %  itive than M BaTfnur, and in lighting dem • era tic measures he will tin i the i riien a Lab ,* P %  : I spri ig up w ieap eithi %  loseph I evlin oi .1 •:.. %  • ,; '. : : i .. ,.|, ul 1 I. Mr, I >esm m i i ivernmenl |)ineapples pro already driving a we Ige bejd five % -ears, to n Orange woi capit ists, the i u I I" i. PI iced that the; apitalists M ill comcan ; :il M ,'. bine with Southern C il im.il. jort to si i< n ca| I ili :• to ;i Jit I. ib iur : ,. a |j ze ovei Ir. I rid. it tin y have a < I and Mr. I in. II al) i!h to this ai and il the in I us be an hi C .oh %  I! uf r a sir >ng rli 11. al p ln v an I have the i ha king of Rome. I.i Mr. I) %  • a i 1 d ies not Rule would be 11 ex ict <• m he in is c uit T to the opini my wh >ar %  1 in d in the 'I ii ifl V N .wu\ will be i nn I "" lin iuxh it will ne. I tli i toaci umylish till•:. We und th it in a littl. • ...... '. II. II III il II I II' nlwh.woul .,,„! candies to be Unionists il they thought etc, will be md will also that II me Rule w mid not i U une. We prefer on th ai i dox s, Home itul will ui ei \\ %  . •• %  • tilllli.\ '.'Ulpo il OOvVl I I, . \|.,,,„. • i I .Motor C .II MOW, and the entertaini \ of dl Ii anoihi i 'nn. I 'is I the I iovernor, COUI spei id fi MI id in R .'ii Ireland .... Tin ttu tocsin iv ideel \ ill be heard the deathi ical control ol • %  lar i I mot the ly of the lies of t ie Chun h, but it is the i \ %  whelming opinion of the I Ca .demists It is the lion of devout C in i in i Nationalist and I b u : : ties, ami it ith* opui ,' %  If." ere e tins interesl in \ Mi h is the position I'.' in. 1 would be very interesting %  :, why d 1 am coinp ,, ; ,,1-out the b n k yard, should be al lowed to his manure heap, in ju [ion to my back u rh a be the Ho tel Vii : -ii. i I Mail Si tamer "Segur Eon ast of what might happen anca" arrived at New York at in the event of Home Rule win tin %  %  .. |, sterday. The Motoi "Fran ss E" left for Miami this mo ning with the fnllowin f pa Misses Justina rhomp Rosanna Minn-. I .i rana Itff aids, Mai \ Adderli ) and K\berta Rolle Mrs I one. Dmcilia Thompsi >n, I n ly Rolle, Jane A. D Bi i tha Regust< is, an Not ma Glinton : Messrs Ambrose raj lor, Joseph 11. Sturrup, Reginai M James Nal ibie, Harrj Stun up, Joh i Knowles,Arthui Turnqu John Can ., Wad. 11 Kelly, Whittington Hunt, Zacha Cooper, Dai IP I 1 1 ratio Phillip Rolle, Erin st Boi e, Mi S.oids, Bruce VV. V izel, An!' • 1 Clfl Ui K ui ler 11 inn 11 liel Ellis, Antho Thompson, | ph lo Whitefield Carroll, B Smith, •' avui \ I .mb, la i ; w M Franklin Minus, Kdward Minus, John Rusw i Gustat us Rolle, and I rvis Glinton N i Si pi oth i | Deai Mr. fc d As i m through the si F tin South i ii on all are i" !" %  s i, ii apsof lin i ans, ..I I bottles, and otbe nib whii h have, I surnii! e, been put by theov premis order ..I the Board of .1 11 tli 'la..' %  tai v Insp. i i I 'in.!' Mi dical oii'ii er. I Ins is wi .1 so, but not u enough, Ii 5 ins to me that tins rubbish had f u be kepi m ih. back of people's yaols thin .a th< entran %  ai order is made I lude also the carrj inga A.O things, 1 think they had better not l. ma le at all. It is an ugly, and objectionable sight to -,iv the le ist of it. Perilaps you can tell me Sir, whose duty ii is to cart this rubbish away to the Dumping Ground .' Yours enquiringly. EYE-WITNESS. Ai thins Town, C i! Island. Sept 20th 1 ,i ',. I o the Editor ol The Tribune Sir, I saw a letter a f< W weeks ago from this town asking for an assistant teacher because the



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f Jill; f & I m teai li i hen wants to be a Gamin i %  Sir.l hope thai the IOVI mm. iithinks too much of %  %  /to pit< ii fork Kver) .HI I ai %  body into so im port ant an I for one think it a great mistake for the Authoritii 5 to be allow ing Tom I tick and Harrj to be sticking J. P. behind th< ii nam 'I here are ovi r 250 1 hildren hi II .111 units need the her to 1 e at work teaching youth instead <>f strutting ut like a pi with Ins .1. P. trailing IIII: W 1 ha\ 1 >ii as to j w liu would like to be the astan t teai 'if thai 1 spell an) b than he did insti .n! 1 nl in thisI 1 w e hop Mr. .Mill to' I which he should /i I It. No sir, It r 1 teach and quit hanking afti 1 I. I' honours .MKI ( ommissioni rs an I our | k of 1 a sing wisito g Vo %  CITIZEN. IMPERIAL Theatre. Wednesday Oct. 1st CIALFEATURE The Balkan War .. %  \ I ins wit I V 1 1 !• world 1 E REX I '1 'pular pi ices 1 d. ',<\. is. CABLKGR V MS the captain report! d that on last Tu rodi into ;ili' toi i four hours. At tim< had hour. So littli, howevei did the &•' that sports mi deck went on as usu.il. Washington, 30. —The cur report of the Panama Canal imis ion shows tint the j grand total of cost now is 1 51841. BY R \DI. 1 1 ELKGRAPH Sept. ; New York I loj If, and man and ('•, -.im of New York baa ball 1 lub, w ill not b< play in World's Ch eries co ml of in reci ived in an automobili it. Sulzer and G unsel hi I long confen n e and plai beat down 1 I n by I' ii and el day. A lai mferem e of the Bull Mo rt) \\ as held today. Roosevelt an I state and national are to exchange I WS and in ip out a Course of bampaign. Necklace of pearls stolen from mads and recently pii u.i from gutt 1 by a workman sold tod iv t • a celebrated I • If two l Is missi ig are found the jotal pries M ill be $8 Mrs. WeiburyJ wife of former retary of Commerce and labour has been indicted for smuggling, She had f 20,000 % 01 tli of goods in her truuk. Her trial is set for Oct. lath, 1 '.worlds VVa ton, As irplus ri ord for en plane to i here today by Vi over current needs of the go\ n 5. who flew 62] mil mem will be provided in'w in tinopinion ol 11 hour. mons, chairman ol the joint I 'on, 30.Al tit • London, 30.King Constan1 on of the 1 ol ire pi irafleet for l >nd divi ion in for a hui 1 turn Mi %  Athens, w hen the Balkan j 1 d quieti de< ided Pan I e tup Ga to cut short in-visit to East '"" was again through bourne, %  he will co < iatun i 1 morn to Lou Ion tomorrow Jfor n this timefr | l ike to cial conference with Sir Edward the I'hi operation consumI II I I KM' I > \\ \ I I K B \ OS I 1 Relievin were 1 numerous 111 tl filten ti r basin ol thi Lud lo \ resi rvoir of the Sprin I Mass., water system, the chusetts Fish and Game Com mission was given the privilege of seining it to get a supply 1 fish for the new state hatchery The net yielded several large hauls of bass, perch, pick* and buibaads, according to the Pishing Gazette. rite n Chm foreign Imintsti 1 open 1 nego iati to •. u itii j the Russian fon i#n minister m relation to the 1 \ fold trefftj ., Rus' | I V sia, Cl iua ai M nlia %  1 littl %  inon • an I I a half 1 d Vt ilh H London, I 1 I rem h aviitinuing Ins Bights at Bi 1 iklan is tod ts even more rem able tli HI those of tl pr< da v. Ills most daring achi im nt was a doubli loi ip, 111 per forming which hed I two complete vertical 1 ii lies. I le ulso flew upside down for 47 Second London, 30 An unexpected windfall foi tli" British exchequei is provided by the '-state oi the l ii\ ei ;o,ooo. whi : will be duly P lid to Lloyd G ts Chan cellor. London, 30.--On tli • arrival of the Imperator at Plymouth PIGS. I W BR1 l l) for I low If swell Stn s.lle DYNAMO I HATCOULD RESI I >\ \ COPPER (I'M What is d to be the small, st ell Ctrii dynamo in the Id, so small It COllld lie placed on an A met 1 nny and not Oi CUpy all the Spi was recent 11 exhibited before 1 the French Academy of Si ii n< e. The instrii: in nt is a perfect miniature ol a large machine, and though it is a practical r model in all respects, working SC VRCITYOF PHYSICIANS IN CHINA icians in .1' scarcely mi >re than according lo Dr. M. R. Edwa in h of Harva this nun I [native pi man-, and :, n physicians. ()ne of the important depai t mghai Ol tie I I at ol preventive line, 1to educate •alth officials. It is th -e /ho can best ovi i of the int 1 in time of 1 tilen nics. TO MK ITIU.KIII.!) *DO\ AN IX 11-.Iv'l-I ING AND VAI 1 Md.K WORK ENT1 l I.I I) "THE EARI V SETTLERS 1 U 1 1 1 1 ; I'.AII.WI \-sby ARNOLD I'. BETH! L. BARBER'S N< )l U E T l IE undersigm d desires to ioform l>i 1 patrons, II as th,public, tli it Ii.is prepared lo wait upon then at 1 heir homes, offices, and stores, and do their barbering, Patroi tfulU solii ne.l. P torn 1 B. II. ROBERTS, Barl ei. Sept. J-„ 1,1 NO'I Ii E. r ills is to inform my Patrons I" 1 ; 1 l l l,l 1 ,i: (i ;i1 I thai I have oneiird bu of an insect, it weighs only ,„ ack s ml|i J i-sth oz. .in^\ is but 0 in. in height and length, being a little short of tinin thickness. It can Inused n only as a erator but also -is a moti n. Con Burning in tin itter ca amperes of eli ctrii cum nl at a pn ssure if 2.5 voll easily opei.it, .1 5 a Small | et battery. Ever) d< tail of the machine is accurati 1\ made my Public an 1 am now to do anything m th, ,,1 < % %  nei.d : H u 0 |;, rge Shoeing Specially, All work lone Me h.uiie.illv. P A. I'luvler, 4 Bay Mo-. 1. East 1 W'h up I IR SALE ( M !SE and I.ut on West Im p irtii ulais apply to \|_ K. I IIMII 0, Michael Rj in, 1 15 W 1 ',-• St New York Clt\ II -1



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%  %  I i< I I) U NK nn awful bad dav fur millionaire I i iige Willis a Grand boul< evard millionaire, whi for three yean had in his employ Ethel Smith, a young, comely woman of 27 years, as maid in Ik-is bachelor apartment. An water wears away rock, it seema tins cultured gentle man'-, prejudices had vanished and before he was aware >>f things lie was rearing the state of fatherhood and the maid the mothei for bis child. Tuesd ty the climax came when he was hauled into court and mad.' to many the worn MI he had wronged. Mans a colored man is serving time m Joliet for such acts and this genllemaa can consider himself fortunate that be was sentenced to marry tins young woman and per week until the child becomes The judge that tried the 1 made him give a bond of 25,000 and pay the money into the court en ii week or month, as he so di --iies. While in Coui t, his honor in rebuking the man of wealth said: "l.ookatyou.a man of intelligence, in silks and latins, heir of the ages, taking advantage of this poor, illiterate, ignorant •,'irl ill this manner. If you were living in the South you would walk off from you 1 prey and not give li'-i a dime if you disposed to do so. But the time is here now when all judges, to get the respect of Ins community and nation must give the law as laid down and not as 1 feels I he. judge sent 1 he prisoner's brother lor a gold ring and performed the ce trries in his; chambers. James Carter, 3045 State street, professional bondsman was best in m and main witness to the marriage. \s we go |n press the millionaire's attorney said his client need noi pay any more th in from 87 to Si2. The judge dissents from this md said that law was fur working men, but the child of a million calls for more. Its station in required more to raise it. Th* judge refused in reduce the bond and the money allotted to the unfortunate young M oin 1 n Thi %  is 1 celebinted ne an I one 'th it our d lily p tpet 1 iughi t.> give big headlines after the way they cut up over the Jack Johnson Tins case will n it reach the light "! lay as far as the ptpers %  MI cined and tbe i> or, he nigh ted heathen will see thai the kingcan dcevil and b must answer for Ins evil doing. We are glad to live m n CltV and a State where the respect f |ir law and woman stand0 high. —"Amsterdam News," Sept. 12. STANDARD OIL CO'S Gasoline I )i 11111-s 110 Gallons. Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands I "Frances K Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. Cash < m Delivi C. C. SU'NDERS. Sepl .1 Shingles Best No. 1 IIarl 5m. Cypi Shingles at pei jje>ii sand <>f no bundlsjP I > 1.nuts .11 lots of ove shingles. Special Price| also 1 n cheap r grades -a 5m. Cyprt (6.7a pe thousand of 211 bundles, T prii %  marie p ssible by a vi largi purcha Fresh stock arriving evoi week. C. C. SAUNDERS u, N. P., S^| 1913 FOR RENT. I T ii fSf on asl Bay Si 1 presi nl 0 ipied by R, StUI rup Is... p ., ssmn givi n August. •pply tn, WAI. IEH K. \K). >I BARGAINS AGAIN! W At Williams Wholesale and Retail SHOE ESTABLISHMENT ILLIAMS THE SH OE MAN'S place of busii is not a store which conform strictly to "re 011l.11 merchandising," bul one which is made up of two departments, No. 1 and No. a. No. l Department and in accordance with quality. No. 2 Department is where n to k is kept and orders for the various lines are duplicated frora time to time and sold under the one price system is '.\ h irrj is* are as low as 10 pei cent to to per cenl less than the regular prices or what th lly are worth. In this latter department pun has* are rightly termed BARGAINS This question may arise with some. In what way is this No. a Department maintained? The answer issiraph this. The Proprietoi buys through an Agent who knows how, of Merchants who have failed in busiix , ai such low prices as t.i warrant tins great discount on regular prices. Be also buys portions of ihes ilvageof stocks of Boots and Sinn s that have been in a fire (as was done on .1 ra ent o< casionl and these are sold at prii es b yond competition. In order thai these methods of business map be clearly demonstrated Williams the Shoeman specially invites his patrons md the public generally to call and see among others the following 1 Bargains : he is 1 ust in receipt of per last steamer iGo pairs wo's. white Canvas Bow Pumps. Regular pin e 8s. now being sold at |s, 1 ;-, pairs wo's. (Irey Sue'de I'mt t on Ox. lies tos. now being sold at 6s. 75 pairs wo's. Pat. colt 2 strap slippers Regulai Price 12s. now being sold at 8s. 125 pnii Men fan Calf Button Ox. Ties 16s. now being sold at 1 >s. 250 pairs Colored Canvas Lea. sole Ox. Ties 6s. now being sold at .p. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE A RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT Bay St. Nassau, N. P., f



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0) CD o 39 CO o CO 0 Nulli\Js addlctus (urare In verba matfislri. Belr\ bound to swear to the Dogmas if no Master. VOL. X. NMIIU, N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday. September 50, 19l> No. 259 ; EON I H Dl I'll ii, tDITOR .\l> PNOPRIIIOII OKKUi |H |, MAKKRT STBBTO Nai iu N P., EAHAMAS. i'. ii. Hi'. :M BLISHEl) 1>\IL> M ,\ \>,lnr-,lay ami Ki i tingle co| j ... I. r IM I.iv I'lim-il.o .!"•' RMuri .i • Ii c.i|.\ ... Ill Weeklv ... • %  • 4l'< Month!) %  •"* %  fl ,> i %  If r 1 v RalfYearl* Yr-anv %  <'PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. .,.,:,. Ratet Six pence pet line I..i in -t iniertinn ; three pence pel line '.., ,. ,, n i ii— •; .:' i ie penny per H, io f,ir lubeeq >t insert Advertisement! undei eierit lines 4 s HUSBANDS AND WIVES SHOULDSEE FIRST LOVES \',y Dorothy Dix "I fancy," said tha women who' liken in philosophiz i above her tea, "that there are very few of U, either mm or women, who rlo not cherish thejmemory nfsome rare an I ,, h ig thi • ii ive somewhere in the pa! t, H wh > 'I" nol have moments in Inch w e speculate upon what life mi [hi have been, if only we had married the ideal, inhfad <>f the individual tli.it we 'lid marry, ••( if rourse, for the most part, we are (airly well satisfied with our own particulai Darb) ro Joan, but m time* of domestic strife wi recall with a tad, sweet pleasure, the face of \ngelinn, or Edwin, mail v to who ire united. THE RETROSPECT. \ s i he years. g by, and we get farther and larther away from Ed i I.I md Angelin i.and lite gill rubs moaj and HI, in"fl "i > bread of matrimony that • %  are d lily forced teen se • ng %  mo*t illu'iinati'i J ex imp'e "f the \ of my theory. I have n friend, whomjl < ill 'II Susie, hec luse that isn't hei namr, who when she was a young girl, fe I i love with a good-lookmg younu fell >\v who was one ot those youth* who live upon then mothers, INDEPENDENCE HELPED. Portupate for Susie she h id n sensible, hard-hearted father who represented to her that a man who Ii id never supported himself was iMt likely tosuppoit a family, and as Susie had too much indeped'iu to want to t" settle do *n on a poor mothoi-u -law to be taken care of, she w is kept from marrying th-young man, and, of course, in time got over her girlish fancy. '•'Eventually she made an excellent match. She married a thrifty business man in a distant city, who w..s able t" give her a beautiful ho lie, fine clothe-, an automobile, and every luxury that wealth can supply. \l-'her husband is a man of weight in his community, looked up lo, anl [referred to. "lint alw lys hei early love has 1 II ued in Susie'* nun 1 aa f.niy prince, and *he has contrasted her husband unfavorably with him,and s ml i" hersell how blissful she might have been with a man w i i and % %  I ye irnings, and her grasping at the whatness ol the w hat, instead of wnh a sordid buSII eSS man, wliOM SOul was not of materi il things. "Weil, last month Susie went back home f >r the first time ill many years d saw her early love. AUo Ins w ife and children. The shiftless n-'i'i do well had gonedown, an I down until he had ome the village loafer. People spoke of luni with sneering contempt the wife was a poor pitiful.overworked di udge u ho sup* pmted him by inking boarders. I Inlf a dozen children clung to her skirts. THE OUTCOME. "You never saw an instanI me mscure as that sight "f the m in she didn't in my worki d on Susie. She s Uttled back horn fist as she %  ul g , and she's I % %  l n s busy ever SHUT KCHttering roses in the path of the m in shed id n ry thin she luti got him guessing Ii to whnt has happened. I bat's right said the other woman rooinglv, "I ie vei miss an oppnrtunity ol inviting my husband'searl) love* to dinner. 1 hey are sure to' be fat and frowsy or living skeletons and I can a Ins ideal crumbling to puces nshe contrast! them 111 pmpiia person i with the way he rememl them.' •T, u t we also have changed since wa inspiied love's young (beam suggested a thud woman. i ih, out Itusb m Is ire used to Us leplied tllO. wo "in plnlosop <•.. nlortably. "And lhe>"ve quit linikfng at us, an) way, FORCED IO WED MAN) Chicago, S'pt. 9. — Tuesday was 1 (Continued on fourth page.) JL


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Nulli\Js addlctus (urare In verba matfislri.
Belr\ bound to swear to the Dogmas if no Master.
VOL. X.
Nmiiu, N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday. September 50, 19l>
No. 259
; EON I H Dl I'll ii,
tDITOR .\l> PnoPRIIIOIi
OKKUi |H |, MAKKRT STBBTO
Nai iu N P., Eahamas.
i'. ii. Hi'.
:m BLISHEl) 1>\IL>
M ,\ \>,lnr-,lay ami Ki i
tingle co| j ... I.
r IM I.iv I'lim-il.o .!"' RMuri
.i Ii c.i|.\ ... Ill
Weeklv ... 4l'<
Month!) "* fl
,> i . If r 1 v ......
RalfYearl*
Yr-anv <'-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
.,.,:,. Ratet Six pence pet line
I..i in -t iniertinn ; three pence pel line
'.., ,. ,,n.i ii ; .:' i ie penny per
H,io f,ir lubeeq.....>t insert.....'
Advertisement! undei eierit lines 4s-
HUSBANDS AND WIVES
SHOULDSEE FIRST LOVES
\',y Dorothy Dix
"I fancy," said tha women who'
liken in philosophiz i above her tea,
"that there are very few of U,
either mm or women, who rlo not
cherish thejmemory nfsome rare an I
, ,, h ig thi ii ive
somewhere in the pa! t, h wh > 'I"
nol have moments in Inch w e
speculate upon what life mi [hi
have been, if only we had married
the ideal, inhfad <>f the individual
tli.it we 'lid marry,
( if rourse, for the most part, we
are (airly well satisfied with our
own particulai Darb) ro Joan, but
m time* of domestic strife wi recall
with a tad, sweet pleasure, the face
of \ngelinn, or Edwin, m he in s!i never would lnw I""'"
such a goose, or so pig headed, m
raised such lows about nothing as
does the wife or husband to whom
we ai r tied.
"Ah.mi! Angelina would always
have beta f sir and beautiful, and
slim and young, a perfect house.
ke;per, an l marvel of economy,
f.u different from our own fit ami
grizzled midled-age I loin who *
a Int or-misscook, and appxrmilv
thinks a man can g ithanuoney off
the trees'Our Edwin, ton. would
alwaya have been n i.....ntic hero,
who would make us thrill at Ins
touch, win would murme.r beauti-
fnl sentiments of affection, couched
in Booth Tarkington language for
fotty yeafl at a stretch, aid who
Would Ii iVe lived on SUCll a high
pi......that lie AUilldn'l even have
' w Ken the roffee taste 1
like dis i wafer, an I the soup was
cold, and lire ices hot. And he
w mid h ive ii.'-n utterly incap ible
o| ,,,, icli things mid r such
ciirumt u the common
place I >ail v to who ire unit-
ed.
THE RETROSPECT.
" \s ihe years. g by, and we get
farther and larther away from Ed
i i.i md Angelin i.and lite gill rubs
moaj and hi,in- "fl "i >
bread of matrimony that are
d lily forced t tures ol "in early loves grow
brighter and brighter, with more
and more roseate halo, until at
! ,sl i In the pi ice where we
privately consider nui selvas blight-
ed lyings, who have made fatal
mistakes in matrimony.
"I am eonvineed thai a great deal
of domestic unhappines* art
from tins cause, and I think th it
ten years after m irriage there
! tn h a compuN iry exc n lion
back to the scene nt one's earh ro.
in ill'", -ii t lit hush "ids m I wives
could gel a near vie"w of tlieir lust
Take niv word It it, thai it
would do more to m ike men and
women satisfied with ih life part.
nets they did gel than anything
nth, lor if lliere is one thing
that makes you w mi i" c "it and
hum joss sticks to I H k H \* '" ineel
up with the one you didn m in y.
"I have just l>een se ng mo*t
illu'iinati'i J ex imp'e "f the \
of my theory. I have n friend,
whomjl < ill 'II Susie, hec luse
that isn't hei namr, who when she
was a young girl, fe I i love with
a good-lookmg younu fell >\v who
was one ot those youth* who live
upon then mothers,
INDEPENDENCE HELPED.
Portupate for Susie she h id n
sensible, hard-hearted father who
represented to her that a man who
Ii id never supported himself was
iMt likely tosuppoit a family, and
as Susie had too much indeped'iu
to want to t" settle do *n on a poor
mothoi-u -law to be taken care of,
she w is kept from marrying th--
young man, and, of course, in time
got over her girlish fancy.
''Eventually she made an excel-
lent match. She married a thrifty
business man in a distant city, who
w..s able t" give her a beautiful
ho lie, fine clothe-, an automobile,
and every luxury that wealth can
supply. \l-'- her husband is a man
of weight in his community, looked
up lo, anl [referred to.
"lint alw lys hei early love has
1 ii ued in Susie'* nun 1 a- a f.niy
prince, and *he has contrasted her
husband unfavorably with him,and
s ml i" hersell how blissful she
might have been with a man w i i
and I ye irnings,
and her grasping at the whatness
ol the w hat, instead of wnh a sor-
did buSII eSS man, wliOM SOul was
not of materi il things.
"Weil, last month Susie went
back home f >r the first time ill
many years.....d saw her early love.
AUo Ins w ife and children. The
shiftless n-'i'i do well had gone-
down, an I down until he had
ome the village loafer.
People spoke of luni with sneer-
ing contempt the wife was a poor
pitiful.overworked di udge u ho sup*
pmted him by inking boarders.
I Inlf a dozen children clung to her
skirts.
THE OUTCOME.
"You never saw an instan-
I me mscure as that sight "f the
m in she didn't in my worki d on
Susie. She s Uttled back horn
fist as she ' ul g , and she's I l n
s busy ever shut KCHttering roses
in the path of the m in shed id n
ry thin she luti got him guessing
Ii to whnt has happened.
I bat's right said the other wo-
man rooinglv, "I ie vei miss an
oppnrtunity ol inviting my hus-
band'searl) love* to dinner. 1 hey
are sure to' be fat and frowsy or
living skeletons and I can a
Ins ideal crumbling to puces nshe
contrast! them 111 pmpiia person i
with the way he rememl
them.'
T,ut we also have changed
since wa inspiied love's young
(beam suggested a thud woman.
' i ih, out Itusb m Is ire used to
Us leplied tllO. wo "in plnlosop
<.. nlortably. "And lhe>"ve quit
linikfng at us, an) way,
FORCED IO WED MAN)
Chicago, S'pt. 9. Tuesday was 1
(Continued on fourth page.)
JL



J
T Hi- I R i B I N E
Zbc tribune
Tuesday. September JO, 1915
A writer in the euro ii
of the London Magazi Mi
Shaw Desmond ha; \ en
interesting thii
ticjj ation of thi | iting
up ol a Parliament in D ibliu.
W e allude to tins arti I
i ''' to almost evi ry n
every reader] Mr.
I 'esmond comes to unexpi
'-mi,-lusions mi some disputed
intt.
I It- runs counter to one i
views when h the
1 pinion that Ireland with Home
Rule would possibly i
probably by di
R< publi and would o
'Hi' tlx Unii
I le has two main .
i ntly, for lin- \, w He -
"" the one liand thai th I
mat heart is Ri pub ican, and,
"ii the othei hand tnat I
American Capitalist! ire i
'" invest heavily in I; la < un-
der Home Ruleand tli
u d ntrolling an I mti-Bi
voice hi Irishafl iirs I <> this
reply that the Irishman is n t
likely to | ,
Republican the iries if he is 1 ft
free to look after I
and he is likely to think th it
with no interference in Irish
domestic concerns the B itish
coune tion would !
tage. We are wo
American Irish can
' hold of Irelan I if i el in I
should r. m tin an
'"> i" i ii l< n!
farmers abound, and w th the
North of In land al e idy the
ng ind that
' : I .li
nancing done by peo|
either in thi -, on the
Eastern s le of th" i.
Mi. I' 5111 ind
that Sir i i | \|r. j_ u_
Campbell will hea I Unionist
1 Istermen in ; | 1,1 , |.
shed, and ii t links ih.it
the coming i i
' men in I

ing rou ,d |o til i
i i hi i i Irish
I iry hie 11 $ a
"fli v i ,u thesubj i
J'Spee
j ol i n an I others
I
^ Up till'
irliami nt, th
lie so dis-
d with their English allies ning its way to victory We will
thattheywilljo.n forces with wait with ke n ind serious in
the Id.i.io Rulers, and start terest to see how far these pro-
bating tngand as bitterlj a- .. ., .. Fulfilled.
-. ...a,,.a. II. .....1 ... l,n 1
anybod} ". I le point, out that
< h*angem< n w ere among
ments of the Act
of Union, which took away tlio
Irish Parliament
It is with tin greatest satis
tion thai learn, that the
auth .in'.; id ps to
suppn ss the nuisance of tin i
ing fruil >n the
walk.
v. i sterdaj hii Worship, II i
. I ... inflicted a fine of
!. upon i of two pen
For d ma kins on '
the side walk and intima
that in futun h m i >uld m I:"
tin' fi
His ; i ted
- lur i
ed at inh rvals
The wiitcr of tliis in
article states, what most intelli-
gent persons I" lieve, that a
Dublin Parliament w ould not
lid Nationalist Party.
While he looks for John Red-
mond t<> be head of the lust Irish
< ii ivemment under the ne v n -
: i, he states that k
i- m re O h itive than M
BaTfnur, and in lighting dem
era tic measures he will tin i
'
the i riien a Lab ,*
P : I spri ig up w ieap
eithi loseph I evlin oi .1 :.. ,; '.::i.. ,.|, ,ul
1 I. Mr, I >esm m i i ivernmenl
|)ineapples pro
already driving a we Ige be- jd five ?-ears, to
n Orange woi
capit ists,
the i u I I" i. PI iced that the;
apitalists m ill com- can ;.:il M ,'.
bine with Southern C il im.il.. jort to si i< n
ca| I ili : to ;i Jit I. ib iur : ,. a|jze
ovei Ir. I rid. it tin y have a < I and
Mr. I in. II al) i- !h
to this ai and il the in I us be
! an hi C .oh I!
uf r a sir >ng
rli 11. al p ln v an I have the
i ha king of Rome.
I.i Mr. I) a i 1
d ies not
Rule would be 11
ex ict < m
he in is c uit t to the
opini my wh >ar
1 in d in the
'I ii ifl
V N
.wu\ will be i nn I
"" lin iuxh it will
ne. I tli
i toaci umylish
till- :.
We und th it in a littl.
. ...... '. II.II III il II I II'
nlwh.woul .,,! candies
to be Unionists il they thought! etc, will be md will also
that II me Rule w mid not i -
U une. We
prefer on th quo I . i i|
'" Vnd j11, para lox of |>ai i
dox s, Home itul will ui ei \\
till- lli.\
" '.'Ulpo il OOvVl I I, \|.,,,. i
I .Motor C .ii mow, and
the
entertaini
\ of
dl Ii
anoihi i 'nn.
I 'is I the I iovernor,
COUI
spei id
fi mi id in
R .'ii Ireland .... Tin
ttu tocsin iv
ideel \ ill be heard the death-
i ical control ol
, lar i I mot the
ly of the lies of
t ie Chun h, but it is the i \
whelming opinion of the I
Ca .demists It is the
lion of devout C in
i in i Nationalist and I
b u :': ties, ami it i- th* opui -
,' If."
ere e tins interesl in \
Mi
h is the position
I'.'
in.
1 would be very interesting
. :, why d
1 am coinp ,, ; ,,1-out the
b n k yard,
should be al
lowed to his manure heap,
in ju [ion to my back
u rh a be the Ho
tel Vii : -ii.i
I Mail Si tamer "Segur
Eon ast of what might happen anca" arrived at New York at
in the event of Home Rule win tin .. |, sterday.
The Motoi "Fran ss E" left
for Miami this mo ning with
the fnllowin f pa
Misses Justina rhomp
Rosanna Minn-. I .i rana Itff
aids, Mai \ Adderli ) and K\-
berta Rolle Mrs I one. Dm-
cilia Thompsi >n, I n ly Rolle,
Jane A. D Bi i tha Regus-
t< is, an Not ma Glinton :
Messrs Ambrose raj lor, Joseph
11. Sturrup, Reginai M
James Nal ibie, Harrj Stun up,
Joh i Knowles,Arthui Turnqu
John Can ., Wad. 11 Kelly,
Whittington Hunt, Zacha
Cooper, Dai IP I 11 ratio
Phillip
Rolle, Erin st Boi e, Mi
S.oids, Bruce VV. V izel, An-
!' 1 Clfl
Ui k ui ler 11 inn 11 liel Ellis,
Antho
Thompson, | ph lo
Whitefield Carroll, B
Smith, ' avui \ I .mb,
la i;. w M
Franklin Minus, Kdward Minus,
John Rusw i!. Gustat us Rolle,
and I rvis
Glinton
N i
Si pi oth i |
Deai Mr. fc d
As i m
through the si F tin South
. i ii on all are
i" !" s.....i, ii apsof lin i ans, ..I I
bottles, and otbe nib
whii h have, I surnii! e, been put
by theov premis
order ..I the Board of
.1 11 tli 'la..' taiv- In-
sp. i i I 'in.!' Mi dical oii'i-
i er.
I Ins is wi .1 so, but not u
enough, Ii 5 ins to me that
tins rubbish had f u be
kepi m ih. back of people's
yaols thin .a th< entran
ai order is
made I..... lude also the carrj
inga a.o things, 1 think
they had better not l. ma le at
all.
It is an ugly, and objection-
able sight to -,iv the le ist of it.
Perilaps you can tell me Sir,
whose duty ii is to cart this rub-
bish away to the Dumping
Ground .'
Yours enquiringly.
EYE-WITNESS.
Ai thins Town,
C i! Island.
Sept 20th 1 ,i ',.
I o the Editor ol The Tribune
Sir,
I saw a letter a f< W weeks
ago from this town asking for
an assistant teacher because the


f
Jill; f & I m
teai li i hen wants to be a Gam-
in.....i Sir.l hope thai the
' iovi mm. ii- thinks too much of
'' /to pit< ii fork
Kver) .hi I ai . body into so im
port ant an
I for one think it a great mis-
take for the Authoritii 5 to be
allow ing Tom I tick and Harrj
to be sticking J. P. behind th< ii
nam
'I here are ovi r 250 1 hildren
hi II .111 units need the
her to 1 e at work teaching
youth instead <>f strutting
ut like a pi
with Ins .1. P. trailing I-
III:
W 1 ha\ 1 >ii as to j
w liu would like to be the as-
tan t teai 'if thai 1
spell an) b
than he did
insti .n! 1 nl in thisI
1 w e hop Mr. !
.Mill to'
I which he should
/i I It.
No sir, It r 1 teach
and quit hanking afti 1 I. I' hon-
ours .mkI ( ommissioni rs
an I our |
k of 1 a sing
wisito g
Vo
CITIZEN.
IMPERIAL
Theatre.
Wednesday Oct. 1st
CIALFEATURE
The Balkan War
.. \
I ins
wit I
V 1 1
! world 1 E REX
I '1 'pular pi ices 1 d. ',<\. is.
CABLKGRVMS
the captain report! d that on
last Tu rodi into
;ili' toi i
four hours. At tim<
had
hour. So littli, howevei did the
&' that
sports mi deck went on as usu.il.
Washington, 30.The cur
' report of the Panama Canal
imis ion shows tint the
j grand total of cost now is
1 51841.
.
BY R \DI. 1 1 ELKGRAPH
Sept. ;
New York I loj If, and
man and (', -.im of New York
baa ball 1 lub, w ill not b<
play in World's Ch
eries co ml of in
reci ived in an automobili
it.
Sulzer and G unsel hi I
long confen n e and plai
beat down 1 I n by
I' ii and el day.
A lai mferem e of the
Bull Mo rt) \\ as held to-
day. Roosevelt an I state and
national are to exchange
I WS and in ip out a Course of
bampaign.
Necklace of pearls stolen
from mads and recently pii
u.i from gutt 1 by a workman
sold tod iv t a celebrated
I If two
l Is missi ig are found the
jotal pries m ill be $8
Mrs. WeiburyJ wife of former
- retary of Commerce and la-
bour has been indicted for
smuggling, She had f 20,000
% 01 tli of goods in her truuk.
Her trial is set for Oct. lath,
1 '.- worlds
VVa ton, As irplus ri ord for en plane
to i here today by Vi
over current needs of the go\ n 5. who flew 62] mil
mem will be provided
in'w in tin- opinion ol 11 hour.
mons, chairman ol
the joint I 'on, 30.- Al
tit
London, 30.- King Constan- 1 on of the 1
ol ire pi ira- fleet for l >nd divi ion in
for a hui 1 turn Mi
Athens, w hen the Balkan j 1
d
quieti de< ided Pan I e tup Ga
to cut short in-- visit to East '"" was again through
bourne, - he will co < iatun i 1 morn
to Lou Ion tomorrow Jfor n this timefr | l ike to
cial conference with Sir Edward the I'hi operation consum-
I II I I KM' I > \\ \ I I K
B \ OS I 1
Relievin were
1 numerous 111 tl
filten ti r basin ol thi Lud
lo \ resi rvoir of the Sprin I
Mass., water system, the '
chusetts Fish and Game Com
mission was given the privilege
of seining it to get a supply 1
fish for the new state hatchery
The net yielded several large
hauls of bass, perch, pick*
and buibaads, according to the
Pishing Gazette.

rite n
Chm foreign Imintsti 1
open 1 nego iati to . u itii j
the Russian fon i#n minister m '
relation to the 1 \
fold trefftj ., Rus' | I V
sia, Cl iua ai M nlia
1 littl inon an I
I a half 1 d Vt ilh
H
London, I 1 I rem h avi-
itinuing Ins
Bights at Bi 1 iklan is tod
ts even more rem
able tli hi those of tl pr<
da v. Ills most daring achi
im nt was a doubli loi ip, 111 per
forming which hed I two
complete vertical 1 ii lies.
I le ulso flew upside down for
47 Second .
London, 30 An unexpected
windfall foi tli" British exche-
quei is provided by the '-state
oi the l ii<- Anthony N. Brady,
who died suddenly ,.t the fail-
ton Hotel hen- on July 2nd.
Apart from In- 1 irge proper
ty in America, Mi Brad\ left an
it Me in the I Inited Kingdom
valued [at 86. ,; I : ii' '.
duties on w linn amount | 1 ,>\ ei
;o,ooo. whi : will be duly
P lid to Lloyd G ts Chan
cellor.
London, 30.--On tli arrival
of the Imperator at Plymouth
PIGS.
I W BR1 l l) for
I low If swell Stn
s.lle
DYNAMO I HATCOULD
RESI I >\ \ COPPER
(I'M
What is d to be the
small, st ell Ctrii dynamo in the
Id, so small It COllld lie
placed on an A met 1 nny
and not Oi CUpy all the Spi
was recent 11 exhibited before 1
the French Academy of Si ii n< e.
The instrii:in nt is a perfect
miniature ol a large machine,
and though it is a practical r
model in all respects, working
SC VRCITYOF
PHYSICIANS IN CHINA
icians in
.1'
scarcely mi >re than ac-
cording lo Dr. M. R. Edwa
in h of
Harva
this nun
I [native pi
man-, and :, n physi-
cians.
()ne of the important depai t
. mghai
Ol tie I I
at ol preventive line,
1- to educate
alth officials. It
is th -e /ho can best
ovi i of the
int 1 in time of 1
tilen nics.
TO MK ITIU.KIII.!) *DO\
AN IX 11-.Iv'l-I ING AND
VAI 1 Md.K WORK ENT1 l I.I I)
"THE EARI V SETTLERS 1 U
1111; i'.aii.wi \-s-
by
ARNOLD I'. BETH! L.
BARBER'S N< )l U E
Tl IE undersigm d desires to io-
form l>i 1 patrons,
II as th,- public, tli it Ii.- is
prepared lo wait upon then at
1 heir homes, offices, and stores, and
do their barbering, Patroi
tfulU solii ne.l. P torn 1
B. II. ROBERTS,
Barl ei.
Sept. J- 1,1 .
NO'I Ii E.
rills is to inform my Patrons
, I"1;1 "l" l'"l,l"1 ,i: (i......;i1
, I thai I have oneiird
bu of an insect, it weighs only ,ack s,ml|i J
i-sth oz. .in^\ is but 0 in. in '
height and length, being a little
short of tin- in thickness. It
can In- used n only as a
erator but also -is a moti n. Con
Burning in tin itter ca
amperes of eli ctrii cum nl at a
pn ssure if 2.5 voll
easily opei.it, .1 5 a Small |
et battery. Ever) d< tail of the
machine is accurati 1\ made .
my Public
an 1 am now
. to do anything m th, ,,1
< "nei.d : .....H u 0|;, ,rge
Shoeing Specially, All work lone
Me h.uiie.illv.
P A. I'luvler,
4 Bay Mo-. 1. East 1 W'h up
I IR SALE
( M !SE and I.ut on West
_ Im p irtii ulais apply to \|_
K. I iimii 0, Michael Rj in, 1 15 W
1 ',- St New York Clt\
II
-1-



I i< I I) U NK
nn awful bad dav fur millionaire
I i iige Willis a Grand boul<
evard millionaire, whi for three
yean had in his employ Ethel
Smith, a young, comely woman of
27 years, as maid in Ik-is bachelor
apartment. An water wears away
rock, it seema tins cultured gentle
man'-, prejudices had vanished and
before he was aware >>f things lie
was rearing the state of father-
hood and the maid the mothei for
bis child. Tuesd ty the climax
came when he was hauled into
court and mad.' to many the wo-
rn mi he had wronged.
Mans a colored man is serving
time m Joliet for such acts and
this genllemaa can consider him-
self fortunate that be was sentenced
to marry tins young woman and
! per week until the
child becomes
The judge that tried the 1
made him give a bond of 25,000
and pay the money into the court
en ii week or month, as he so
di --iies. While in Coui t, his
honor in rebuking the man of
wealth said: "l.ookatyou.a man
of intelligence, in silks and latins,
heir of the ages, taking advantage
of this poor, illiterate, ignorant
,'irl ill this manner. If you were
living in the South you would walk
off from you 1 prey and not give
li'-i a dime if you disposed to do so.
But the time is here now when
all judges, to get the respect of Ins
community and nation must give
the law as laid down and not as
1 feels I he. judge sent 1 he
prisoner's brother lor a gold ring
and performed the ce trries in
his; chambers.
James Carter, 3045 State street,
professional bondsman was best
in m and main witness to the
marriage. \s we go |n press the
millionaire's attorney said his
client need noi pay any more th in
from 87 to Si2.
The judge dissents from this md
said that law was fur working
men, but the child of a million
calls for more. Its station in
required more to raise it. Th*
judge refused in reduce the bond
and the money allotted to the
unfortunate young m oin 1 n
Thi is 1 celebinted ne an I
one 'th it our d lily p tpet 1 iughi t.>
give big headlines after the way
they cut up over the Jack Johnson
Tins case will n it reach the
light "! lay as far as the ptpers
mi cined and tbe i> or, he
nigh ted heathen will see thai the
kingcan dcevil and b must answer
for Ins evil doing. We are glad to
live m n CltV and a State where
the respect f|ir law and woman
stand- 0 high. "Amsterdam
News," Sept. 12.
STANDARD OIL CO'S
Gasoline
I )i 11111-s 110 Gallons.
Delivered Wharf J. P. Sands
I "Frances K
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts.
Cash < m Delivi
C. C. SU'NDERS.
Sepl .1
Shingles
Best No. 1 II- arl 5m. Cypi
Shingles at pei jje>ii
sand <>f no bundlsjP
I > 1.nuts .11 lots of ove
. shingles.
Special Price|
also 1 n cheap r grades -a
5m. Cyprt (6.7a pe
thousand of 211 bundles, T
prii marie p ssible by a vi
largi purcha
Fresh stock arriving evoi
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS
u, N. P.,
S^| 1913
FOR RENT.
IT ii fSf on asl Bay Si
1 presi nl 0 ipied by R,
StUI rup Is... p ., ssmn givi n
August.
pply tn,
WAI. IEH K. \K). >I
BARGAINS AGAIN!
W
At Williams Wholesale and Retail
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
ILLIAMS THE SH OE MAN'S place of busii is not a store which conform strictly to "re
011l.11 merchandising," bul one which is made up of two departments, No. 1 and No. a.
No. l Department
and in accordance with quality.
No. 2 Department
is where n to k is kept and orders for the various lines are
duplicated frora time to time and sold under the one price system
is '.\ h irrj is* are as low as 10 pei cent to to per
cenl less than the regular prices or what th lly are worth.
In this latter department pun has* are rightly termed
BARGAINS
This question may arise with some. In what way is this No. a Department maintained? The answer issiraph
this. The Proprietoi buys through an Agent who knows how, of Merchants who have failed in busiix , ai such low prices
as t.i warrant tins great discount on regular prices. Be also buys portions of ihes ilvageof stocks
of Boots and Sinn s that have been in a fire (as was done on .1 ra ent o< casionl and these are sold at prii es b
yond competition.
In order thai these methods of business map be clearly demonstrated Williams the Shoeman specially in-
vites his patrons md the public generally to call and see among others the following1 Bargains : he is
1 ust in receipt of per last steamer iGo pairs wo's. white Canvas Bow Pumps. Regular pin e 8s. now being sold
at |s, 1 ;-, pairs wo's. (Irey Sue'de I'mtton Ox. lies tos. now being sold at 6s. 75 pairs wo's. Pat. colt 2 strap
slippers Regulai Price 12s. now being sold at 8s. 125 pnii Men fan Calf Button Ox. Ties 16s. now being sold
at 1 >s. 250 pairs Colored Canvas Lea. sole Ox. Ties 6s. now being sold at .p.
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE A RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
, Bay St. Nassau, N. P.,
f


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