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I II h i ii 1 L'. 11 W\: I Ihc tribune Thursday. Oclbocr 2. I<)|\ As was intimated in a cable gram some days ago, the publion of Count I layashi's me % %  a part of them, in a form made a great stir in Japan. What was published was mptly suppressed In theGov ernment, and two cable messages giving a resume of the re velations in the published me moirs were not allowed to be sent to England. Neuters correspondent at Tokio lias, however, thwarted the lapam se au thorities by sending the sum m,u\ by mail. In April 19. suggestions "I an Anglo [ ipanese understanding wenunder consideration b\ the British and Japanese i '•' rnments, Count Hayashi b ing then the Ambassador ii Japan to the Court of St. James. W hal sta'rtl s us is that the iei man Ambassador suggested a triple affiance between Great 1 '.mi, German) and Japan as coni erning far Eastern affairs and that for some time the progress of the n-gotidti n • I e ; ;''''n Lord Landsdowue and Count Hayashi was known t i Hit German \mb !"r with the idea o| including I iesmaiiy at al King Kdward in July 1901 lei it be know 11 | () Count lla\ that he stron ui I an Anglo Japan •utfgesfi 11( %  .. %  .WII < ;.,\ • """i t iat Hritain'i 1 of a 1 nvention between Russia and Japan, might cause her to lw ''"' a'banre nitli | ipanand thai on favoi 1 Than Vrince ho wi t u nl from Japan to 1;| | ,| ,. n lls ,j ail Government al St. Petersburgas '" ,l "' prai ij -il.tlitv ..f.,,,.,.., ,.. I with Russia. Lord fansdowne %  %  > n pni his r<><>t <>i• tins double d.ali i K with the help f Hayashi, and the Anglo fn\ • M Treaty i\ * safel) negotiai %  d. Soon th Russians and the Japs were .it war and il. e latter wei i., t hai the English .lili.m %  M 1S ,,f v a | uei But Geimans dro| ped entirely outof the* iieme. I !„ %  ,,for this is sup 1 il 1 I, || M| othei matters in \ hichGi 1 I and Bi itain wi re noi in a r,< fr men 1 u^d Pi e V >n B t" lose all illlination tci con 1 timi" t" seek an alliance bej twceri Japan, ISritnin, and Get man). The prime obstacle seems t<>havi been t'i entente cordiale with Fiance and England drawing together, Germany was inclined to h.-uk awa) from I ngland. The London Graphic of Yugust 16 presents its readers ivith a drawing of the Panama Canal mowing the new Trade mutev 11 the Panama Canal with the following subst r ption. "The shifting of the worlds Ureat trade routes by the forth%  oiiiiu : opening of the Panama Canal invests the Islands of the Caribbean Sea with increased importance, and the British p< %  ions in the West Indies will doubtless beni lit by tin the ch inge. At the same time the \dmiralty his de. ided i" base squ idn m of five cruisers on Bermud 1 in order to g ve great' 1 tei tiou to British shipping IIing the C inal or trading be tween the Uni %  > the United States" \mon tin ionics I dd down in this di 1 A ing is tinone from Colon to \< w York, 1070 miles which runs directly through ill e islai '\ ,t, u e li.tv e rele 1 Wi mid I) %  the and it is easv to imagine what the volume of traffic will be ; the possibililies of the iraffie will be lost to us by our unand diverted to some other locality made com pul-o. il) pn [tared f< >i want of nur ability to meet thes* possible ni la 1 is be fin dng to prebul Jamaica is so near to 11 il it would 11 'i be alikely needed h>. al hast, the North hound irafTic as Nassau would be. It is e\ ideal that aoj thi might gain hv tins great volume K ingi l< in and of tr 1IT11: through our ivati rs depends ent ; i il> |u|x>n harb >ui accommi'd.ii 10 is. J->o until w e 11.1 v e a convenient port, the Pan una land v\ ill milling i" us except |wrhnps the s mi e of din ruin. It was announced in St. Agnes 1 r h. on Sunday lat thai Mr. i ie rge I.. I '\ fr> un," >f t n vei 11 r 1 I larbour, v\ ho has been for some \ 11 < in training for the ministry, h is MI vessfullv i> issed Ii s examinations, and w ill be differ* nl appearance, what is every 1 body's hi-' 1 n bu ly's b ; ness so wi %  \ ii.it is evei y body's ii nobody's property. IHE IMPI Rl VL THEATRE The • trucl ive an I in %  %  %  "Sii gfried to be presi nl I to the public at the "Imperial I ire" on Friday evening fr< ni the Jerman and was .,, ,|i anonymous poel at of the twelfth centun. Iln s ene is laid on the Rhine, ii Worms as the md part ta plai %  1 %  1 \ er I >anube, al the resident %  ul Utila, Ki ig of the I Inns. 1 princip il hero of the firsl pn t is Siegfru I, Prince of the Netherl mds, %  '1 1 assisisGunther the king "f the Burgundians, in obtaining the h md of Brunhilde, the pow %  11 eil ol Ireland. an 1 lio is rewarded with Ki n in %  :. -, beautiful sistei of (iuntli r, Tli envy and jeal ousy of l'> u ilii Ide cause a qu ir rel betw and Kriemhilde, and Ii id to the murder of Sieg fried by I lag n, the faithful \ as sal 1 11 luni 1 and deadlv eneim Siegfried I lie central figure of the second parl is Ki iemhilde, who. after the death of Siegfried thinks of n 'thing but of aven { Scr. "Win fred M." left Mia mi f..1 X.' 111 this mornin %  (1 hursday. 1 w The extraoi lin 1 high on W dm sday morning. Ho din-.' p irtions ofDeveau* and Christie • between Bay and Dowdi iw ell Streets. The s t to he considered t the City Hall on Thurs I iy night al "TheGreal Contt ivei %  Ag " \" i" \ itation 1.1 %  I to all. IROUBLB I "Now res rouble" "Five 1 til the next Then : HIS W ho are const mtlj getting into trou ile w hen thi re is not the slight* esl need for it. Job says, orn to trou ble as thi iK upward*." Notice til Man is bom to trouble," it is in in'--, and woman's ini %  t, or, p rhaps it had betti 1 lid, birthwrong, so it itich • 1 ihem like the 1 I of flies to • 'in fast" piper. Whether, iis right or wrong, you rnn't •11 ei it, :t will r.a ne I" you with ut going to look for it Now 1 there's a lot. of you feli iws lioaint s itisned with youi md the trouble is that )< n don't get it for nothing. You've got to pay for it, and you 1 an't afford it. Vou had belli 1 l ial money and go to the moving pictures' or betlei yet, you can go t> Big Williams and buy a 1 racket jack" pan of patent leather to w 11 w in you walk w ith the best of your girls v e 1 you go i" "St. A rnes" ni "Wesley," on Sunday afternoons That is mi: 1 than to walk in the Magistrate's Court 11111 KS 01 11 ailing mil 01 a Veil g wain m mo .*lsiirie a wui i .ng herself on the murderers of for throwing banana skins, and liei husband, ['"or tins p 01 \" 1 l.i. and invites Gunther w 11<• had consented 10 mango skins, and sapndill • skins an I cane m -i n the side walks. I tell vou b ys and giils the mm I 1 f siegfried, to \ isit you'd betti r la-ive that 0 her with Ii Burguiidiaas il Vou hear .vliat Mr. Worship .— Attila s residence. Contrary |o Ihe idvii e ,,1 11 ig, II, i iunthei and I Ins 1 rot hers < iernoi and Gieselli 1. ept Krieinhilde's lliings on the sidewalks, the invitation. Theyjmarch to the lowest fine will be "Fi shil Sti'i Dig said. "Next tinanyone come, before ine for throwing Ihe e an.1 finally arrive at \i'i" aftei a trULirte. a > uiu'i' Allil 1 long and tired Iful BtrUk,K' R i are killed,including Ki iemhilde Only \itd Ins friend Diem, h Von Bern, and the hitter's faithful co npanion Hildebrand, survive to la 11 "nt the fearful catastn >phe, lings lor the hist offence.' Mind, he means tint, and for the second offem e he can fine you as hifl .1' \\u\ Mikae too -tlialS the law and yoiicm't get over it. I don't think you knew that before, hu you know it now, so "Look s iarp I" L H



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Y llr. 1 R II! L .\ I. Ill nr han l if I know where you : % %  t ilit mom 5 lo pa; all e finej I have In ard thai mi Monday one man w fi and anothi r, i. and I su|>|>ose tin \ planked il di iwn l'\ jingo \\ hat a a le nl n oney, and v\ hal a lot of I ol I rats one side of tin qu \\ hat nboul people putting theii fo >t mi the c same ban in i skin* %  nd mango s ii and falling dow n and injuring I el\ es tin it is you who injure them M. %  ;.! e a poor man, woiking foi "two shillings a day" or i I l n woman, with her pan of "I lere's your pancaki s an frj ami akara, an argiddy an my fn >nds, lei mi i n ti I you think upon th things. I hate to see you il row '. j mil mone) in the Mi B I int. POICTIER. I.ep itv Surveyoi to conduct himself in tins manner I am at ,i loss to tell, unl< il maj be possible that he It id it in ini some otln i pers MI b\ the anie name as myself an I look tins opportunit) to gel sq through me I lo men forget thai are but public serva its? Vour.i trulv p. \ ruiii i Nass in \. p ( l • %  ion I" the Editor -if the Tribune Di .ii Sit. you intend to calls for Tender '"i Ihe most important part \ i .North i" Raj Stn el ': You must do it this v eai remember only three more mouths. You will have to do il i if il is im pur importunity. w ill have to turn Militant "niffragi Its if ii is 11 • % t done sunn. 'HI irdian we hope i ih.it the Sidewalks are included. It must us feel jealous to set I after and ours in gh %  ted. Some <>f the old esl n sidents of Nassau have he*n I". 1 n and brought up in it mil in vet hnl anything but I Yours Trulv ANTI 'il RAGETTE LOST. A RT from .\ % %  'V I'll t .i 'i Fiud T | HI .i 1.1 Ii ilmiic" im I P ri' ;i il. IMPERIAL IHEAI RE Friday, Oct. 3. Siegfried in 3 Reels DON I MIS> 1 11 i'i| \'ii l (11>i I.I\., 1 IIK Animated Weekly. 1'assin [I Paris Fashions RIG NIGHT. • I. gd. is. CAM K IR WH 11 lober 2nd IMI \. New Y William Bailey I'M id, ill '.Ids am i trui champion c \clist, clu ki nf reverses suffered r< ci ntlv bv J ilia Hull's athletes ai the hands of Amei i a is, yester d.i\ at tin' Ni wark \ eliidro H hi n hi' defeated Mel lougall nl New York, the national chain pion, in two stiaighl hens of a third mile match race, i Itlawa, '•;r>. I'll'' Cannd an _; 1, v 111111 < %  11 • < > 11 1 he basis of a subsidy said to be heavy, has I ,-i contiact with the i Mail Steam Packet Com paiiy foe a five > a H service l^ear me 'ye were disappointed j from Haltfdx and Si John to l' ls night, startedto read in the British West hid its •'(iuaidi in" Sealed |, ,, ,|, n f, „. improvement lo Union Streel and behold it w is where verv Ipeople walk. No c< i< id i I ins is put i.l the pre lial ti'a le Hgrs 'in' ii recent h entered into. A |>revious con tract made w ith I'ickfurd & at ion for those vet win, ,,,n g'ack of Hilifax was not carriJ about on Jagged stones and ed out, the company being url aide 10 g< 1 the mi essan ships. rough sidewalks O Cruel Hoard of Wot In do Th< new contract calls fur a freight an I pa .nger|servii %  of four boats of eleven or twel v< kn 'is spi ed, oni Halifax and returning to St. John. I hi service bi [in on Novi i her 1. As part of the same agree men! the cable between • ireal Britain, Canada, and W esl Indii s have been cut in half, Canada and Greal Britain It contributing f p.ooo as an offset. Washington, jo.— The Demo ratio tai ill re* isiori bill today .1 l\ a need to'its last congression al stage when it was brought to the house from the' joint conference committee with the UltailimouS endorse in at 1 f the' democratic confe HI-. I. ike Charles, I.a. (o. I loods HI Southwest Louisiana reached ^ 1 ions propoiiio is today. Various estim ites ol damage to the me crops have been mad Pisa, Italy, 30 -King Emma nuel today signed a d< 1 ree dis solving the chamber oi d 'puties ind calling general elections I he <-i\<-\ of )otobef. London. I 1, \ Pekill dispatch s ivs'Mapan 1preparing to make inn 1 battle ground. Her i\airy with Russia wad not ietlled l>\ the late war. The Jap inese poii.-y in China summed up means the planting of garrisons without territorial s, thereby guaranti eing the integrity ofChina by foiestalling others. I he Japanese nav il units in Chinese wati rs will be increas%  d There will be no danger r>> Ul itisll interests if (i:at Li itain hsplays her usual flexibility", London, 30.—The guage has been flung down by the laboui unions in answer to the emp lovers proposed fund 1.000 11. 1 ami the formation ol th %  I Inited Kingd6m Lmph \ 11 Defense Union, the object ol \ Inch was announce I to be the consolidating of the {resources of the employers and the mnint euance of their rights and free doin to deal with labour unionss. A number 6f prominent labour leaders are planning a new policy, which, eliminating the benevolent feature 01 the unions, will leave all the funds to'supply the war chest and convert the trades unions into a fighting machine. The new policy may be intended s.i as \.. cov'ei the production by the worki themsel .1 •. < I the pi im" 11 neci s : I without losing of the 1 ly of usin^ to the I'ulh st unit their forci s lor political and indi l action. \Y \\ II 11, A COMPF.I ENT RELIABLE c MAI l-1 EUR. Apply by letter, gi ving cxpei 1 n BI tl laU ,11 \ iequued, 111 ihe. Bah iniPI mtation Co, Ltd. For 3 Days Only THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY. An Embroidery Sale BIG BARGAINS AU BON MARCHE GEORGE SI REET. Shingles Besl No. 1 I feart 5m. Cypress Shingles al s |.l 1 per thousand "1 20 bundli I liscounts on lots ol over 5000 shingli -. Special Price nisi • '>n 1 heaper gradi s -also 5111. Cypress at $6.72 per tliu is. ni. 1 of 3o bundh s. This price made |> issible by a very larg %  purchase. Fresh stock arm ing < %  ry week. C. C. SAUNDERS. \'ass,u, N. P., Sfpt. 16, i'|i.? THE WORLDS JUDGMENT 111 ik s powerful the n ime STANDARD ENGINE. l.hiul's R( 1 sll I Va this' tin1 >• iwer 1 'I the 1111 jority. back "i the Stan ir I guarantc is th, ini Moi tion Co., 171 Pin st., Jersey City, N. J. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Massau, X. P. \ nt for the Bahamas. L



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T Hit l f ti rfVl] N! quercd tki apparent Iintitattoo ol n %  iiuio. I fopCC the lioslil' 1 Land HIKI p rope/Ay Iflws, llw M I ions miJ and, tl*e outburst* i f a. How^ Ipj • is !.IIIIIJ;IU ;, i.. M i\where rt U is wual WA liati for," :i 1 nTflWw toner i'h i'I liis host m a north ern viII 1 itter polhieb Bttl I M \ ii • flowing (ram FfV r F.ilirn .11 f i i : i . i si ANDARO on pirs Gasoline %  i irais ii" Gallons. i Wharf J. PI Sands 0 i irrlval "Francos E." Onlv Five Drums each week. ing ii..in m ,i.in..i i i.iu we of toil.iv I •*• 111• r pondVi l 1 Rtand V.S I Hint's Joiner SIICM 1'.. I Rjj) Street, which is nbW dnoVr .the Afnnaee• 11 I \M'-s \. IV W's ( I N I R \; I r lie \\H JQtN| R II In ide Ci Bbts ol averj 1 am pn |i.ii..I 1.1 you i xi ellQAt U"i1i. • I rffer. I I.I 'Uiru'ir . t us. We 1 e In B itijuj y.'u ;nnl ape confident mat We i Ci h %  >n I >( livery. <. Q: s\r.\i;i'.u>. ti ml %  %  i ,. i'i: (. . II "J "" : KJ\:. j I i ; >a p n> Street, r.t [ ro upied by ''• P •> w -, rU | ; q, possession given 1st. \ • pplv .. WALTER K. MOORE Appreciate I iokt ili.it u J now I i ..n h.nd ;m extensive Si... :k of IIW A\lli;\l^|\Vf LMi.-iranlr.' :i hi.in.l to lie nili.lc of t he I'm. : II.i\..iia .ui.l -5U'|l:itr? \\r.|,. Havana Killers Ihronghout. Th^S* i % %  .'"•' iii.i mi f.ie-t nrrcl on on ; | re,.taVen,to produce an article of superior q.i 11tty. I [, we have n\e\ wilh in iho past leatls us onli.lcntly lo %  ;pTt the 1 pationage of cohriniseurs. |. I., SMN'i'lHS \ CH I'I.IV Stl* 1 *. FOII SAlJK [ I US| MI.I l...t on w>sSt. | p ifiu-ul us afiply in M. |... ii, ,n ..i \1K Ua.l Rya i. i.;s W. |l \ A York Ciiv. GEO. L. DAVIS MT MO hi;SSI |\S (ilVF.N QN pfwo, vii n.iv M \Nl> H IN HI i <.l II VR. r -'1 and Repaired. I • %  /'J/. ire i \invnenis. '., a sii.ri. MICE 1— NOTICE. I^III^ is to inform my %  1 1 the 1 ubllc in Mr thai I hat e i.|i..nrd my §P Itlack Smith I and m !." M I. • nylhint. in t (ienei.ji i i nr woi k I s| in.: y. All w"fi Mechau 11 v. P. A. Huyler, |',.,\ -lir'l. I'.ast (Win i II i: BARGAINS AGAIN! ^ At Williams Wholesale and Retail SHOE ESTABLISHMENT W ILLIAMS THE SHOEMAN'S placeofbusinefci not/a store which confoi tr icily to "rj gidar men handising," but onfi which is madeup of two ! partments, N<>. I and No. 2. M.lH 'i a! lie IKIW V >.i. irse one Hit \ —_ 4-w*^% r Is where Regular strvk is'kept alnd orders for 4h< • irious Ian NO* 1 JjepaPLment dLplicateldTj-om ijrue ^nd, sold under the one price system arid in .1. i ordam e u itli qjtial __ _. —^ is where prices in i u i ises areasilow as 30 per cenl to 40 per JN O. £ JL/epaPtmeilX cent lessthan thoceguUr prices-or what they n illy are wortji. j^* in this latter departmenl purrhs 1 rightly termed BARGAINS T^MJi'Miufi ma\ ai... vs.in r. In what way is this No. a i > %  •, nrtmenl maintained? The an v. is simply ili5 •?'' P ^ ,u who knows how, of M.Mch.ints who liav.e^.ided.in busuiess.at su 1 low prices ,|Mfc^HMa.)t-thi,s great discount on regular prices. He also buys portions of the salvage ol stocks ,| '. i,, ii in aimi .as wa>doiie<>ii a locasioni and these are sold at prices beyond romp 1 ition. | noi i ,!,,,, lelhods of business rnaV pi dearly d .-n.natcd Williams the^Shoe.map spefia^ly i"vites aipatruasand Uic r>ubli. general^ to;< all and sceJanioni> otheo.UliO following Bargains : he is i us i ,,, rereipi of pei last steamer i6q pai^s.Wo's, wji^e. C-aqvas liow pumps. Regular price. 8s. uow being told .,, tic paii Grey SuMeTiuttoaOx*. Ties 40*. now being sold al '-. 75 pairs wo s. Pat. colt a strap slippers Regular lri< tiovj bing -old at 8s. W5jairsMen lanCall ButtanOx ries i6s.now being sold ; ,t 1 1 jo paii • Colored Canvas U '• ,]l ' ,v '''" (,s P w Wng sold at 4s. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE & RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 277-'/. BUN St. .'in. N. P., f -—— •



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Publication Date: Thursday, October 02, 1913
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rtd |i i' l
\s for I net ii' i
I'll c .1 ; | |
land I ely w e imi-
t ite Ins fil old | "bina, m
pxcludinij "ineligible
citizi nship." What lie stand; (or
is manliood jusl v\ Ii a Si. Paul
Hi- protest i- rig*mil
rin tion h cfl t of race or
1 He appi ,il* from '
in*1 ii" is to re '-hi. ii hi
loes lie bi li' w in Uia i lest rue
lion of nil li'ni i I nil"-, ii"'
alion o| all i ii e.s i>i iJie
abolition of natioi il s

As "|,| nt humanity i- tlie
struggle id i !val
civtliz iii . The Con flic lol idi "II RS Hi in In
most mia l| the ''iifi.ii issue is
ronfusi il, because flesh an I pint
will ii 'i a en <. Brute insUncl and
tin' Mnsuoui repulsion lo 11- I m-
>f a cuticle, di [like nl a physical
feature, possibly even nl odors
which tin- white man forgets that
ha ha in common with othet flesh
eaten i i| I, Deep indeed also is
the
;.
hum in b ise harden t
I trutli I
lib."
i
'. I i '
'
I'lulisi.i, Iiicki I
.1 in ]i ii 11"' I.- con
'. a-t ill In- I" ill, "
III-.
I III" 111 I
Ills,
> i i. I ike lhe -i
ive
iity. Was not 111
populai I
of l
on I Furl
I the si np|
:l| I hi I'M I '
'
-I'lUI I OP I iLKH \
I he hehavi a of the Vnu i
\ I i within
- is ii-ii ilii'i with Hi it nl
i -i s "I ;! I ws, Phni
i iih wi i onlt the bi'.. nn
ine art ol l uing
i ind d m'mii. I
." P
l( 111 'I III*) thm WI I
'I li\ 11 e blew eh 11 la bo
tried in ,-. md ^s local
li slnvery, oppression and
lion "i" gi i ' em out <>f
the Ian I" I Inl) to lie beaten and
I i i no. I tin niscK-i's, (;. Hath
and hiscompeers held to Pharaoh's
opinion and Rot ibe h irsl of it.
In, //. ii and the I' ibyloti
i-'lNs tried tin ii ban I in ciushing
I ' ii.ins to.>i, up the Jews
h nimy fane a .1 the Moslem fol-
low e I
We \nciic insii idbettei remem-
ber ili it ill I Mi.i v Ii is but one
lo t'll. Persecutors h
In sin il, desert ami n, w lule
' I \ :
thriv iih Manh ittan as I
I : I I, I 11 11.iII.
I '! I .1 ip in
I he w iy have plenty of Sen
lil.i" I ni ili'ni --is il,.sri |h in iii my
l in igine. Shall we recall the
Ilebii his in i, l jg. i in
poetry, in li.teratme, in history, ot
an\ "I ihe in inif'i'd intelei tu il and
' it.
i
ousness On' of the Hi i ivili-
x i' n sprang human I
in i le white I vhi > him-
"-i ilvai; I -'.vs.''
i
i
i n i nt I l.'i i but ili 11 -
.
In this , one of
-si ol Ihe worl I
-the union hml ri
of tin 'i ienl md ()cci lent -is t"
be solved; foi i;i" < llirist is i
th in Kipling. Tn there
. (>ne '"ii incut,
\ in- n s ih'si in- l to be t lie
1 I e '"i m bel i en E i
. V "ss (he I .In
i, -Ii iped I uddei i 'f
i Ibe
west. Ours and theirs is i me m issi
.
i if t
hat the missi i is,
I I '..Is of I
- a i.....pie mad four
, the A
l-ilaj I tii" r irtai I a iheir
ip the lap ines i situ v the
ni ili ii ancesl >is. I' is as
surd I I is "\I ii
ll.llls" 'IS 1(1 .' ll I
i I
mo iri ghl the s'
"f ilie Jews is to i
in "in dealing with Asia'ics, "l
w Ii i.n I s is is i me, s", true
e if the Jap im ae should
allnr ns in wis I mi. whj were Ihe
I s> hated an I maligned '. I>id
the in unf"lil lie* told ib tut th
have f tiuili ? Wa it be
the II' -ic we ik in
mind "i body, lasy oi improvidi ni
without nspirntions, genim, art oi
!il'-i line ? We ill 'ill.I insult m" '
ern intelligence t" attempt an ai -
E W i .
Ion, Islam and mi -
diaeval I all s ik\
.....I iin-iit 11
tion ni'.'l i| iiitu il i !
vith rtdusiry and moral it'-
ll, I h( (-ni1
lil nli"iit, Miiuiislicl it, i'ivi\
"ii-
1 mi (milHi |.


I II h i ii 1 L'. 11 W\:
I
Ihc tribune
Thursday. Oclbocr 2. I<)|\
As was intimated in a cable
gram some days ago, the publi-
on of Count I layashi's me
a part of them, in a
form made a great stir in Japan.
What was published was
mptly suppressed In theGov
ernment, and two cable mes-
sages giving a resume of the re
velations in the published me
moirs were not allowed to be
sent to England. Neuters cor-
respondent at Tokio lias, how-
ever, thwarted the lapam se au
thorities by sending the sum
m,u\ by mail.
In April 19. suggestions "I
an Anglo [ ipanese understand-
ing wen- under consideration
b\ the British and Japanese
' i '' rnments, Count Hayashi
b ing then the Ambassador ii
Japan to the Court of St. James.
W hal sta'rtl s us is that the
' iei man Ambassador suggested
a triple affiance between Great
1 '.mi, German) and Japan as
coni erning far Eastern affairs
and that for some time the pro-
gress of the n-gotidti n I e
;;''''n Lord Landsdowue and
Count Hayashi was
known t i Hit German \mb
!"r with the idea o| including
I iesmaiiy at al
King Kdward in July 1901 lei
it be know 11 |() Count lla\
that he stron ui I an
Anglo Japan -
utfgesfi 11( .. .wii < ;.,\
"""i t iat Hritain'i 1 of a
1 nvention between Russia and
Japan, might cause her to lw
''"' a'banre nitli | ipanand thai
on favoi 1
Than Vrince ho wi t u nl from
Japan to 1;| | ,| ,. nlls,jail
Government al St. Petersburgas
'" ,l"' prai ij -il.tlitv ..f.,,,.,.., ,..
I with Russia. Lord fans-
downe > n pni his r<><>t <>i tins
double d.ali iK, with the help f
Hayashi, and the Anglo fn\
m Treaty i\ * safel) negotiai
d. Soon th Russians and the
Japs were .it war and il.e
latter wei i., .....thai the
English .lili.m M 1S ,,f va|uei
But Geimans dro| ped entire-
ly outof the* iieme. I ! ,,-
for this is sup 1 il 1 I, ||M|
othei matters in \ hichGi 1 I
and Bi itain wi re noi in a r,< fr
men 1 u^d Pi e V >n B '
t" lose all ill- lination tci con 1
timi" t" seek an alliance be- j
twceri Japan, ISritnin, and Get '
man). The prime obstacle seems
t<>havi been t'i entente cordiale
with Fiance and England
drawing together, Germany
was inclined to h.-uk awa) from
I ngland.
The London Graphic of
Yugust 16 presents its readers
ivith a drawing of the Panama
Canal mowing the new Trade
mute- v 11 the Panama Canal
with the following subst r ption.
"The shifting of the worlds
Ureat trade routes by the forth-
oiiiiu : opening of the Panama
Canal invests the Islands of the
Caribbean Sea with increased
importance, and the British p< *
ions in the West Indies will
doubtless beni lit by tin the
ch inge. At the same time the
\dmiralty his de. ided i" base
squ idn m of five cruisers on
Bermud 1 in order to g ve great' 1
tei tiou to British shipping
ii- ing the C inal or trading be
tween the Uni >
the United States"
\mon tin ionics I dd down
in this di 1 a ing is tin- one from
Colon to \< w York, 1070 miles
which runs directly through
ill e islai '\ ,t, u e li.tv e re-
le 1 Wi mid I) the
, and it is easv to imagine
what the volume of traffic will
be ; the possibililies of the iraf-
fie will be lost to us by our un-
- and diverted to
some other locality made com
pul-o. il) pn [tared f< >i want of
nur ability to meet thes* possi-
ble ni
la 1 is be fin dng to pre-
bul Jamaica is so near to
11 il it would 11 'i be a-
likely needed h>. al hast, the
North hound irafTic as Nassau
would be.
It is e\ ideal that aoj thi
might gain hv tins great volume
K ingi l< in and
of tr
1IT11:
through our ivati rs
depends ent;i il> |u|x>n harb >ui
accommi'd.ii 10 is.
J->o until w e 11.1 v e a convenient
port, the Pan una land v\ ill
milling i" us except |wrhnps
the s mi e of din ruin.
It was announced in St. Agnes
1 r h. on Sunday lat thai Mr.
i ie rge I.. I '\ fr> un," >f t n vei 11 r 1
I larbour, v\ ho has been for some
\ 11 < in training for the minis-
try, h is mi vessfullv i> issed Ii s
examinations, and w ill be tied to the Diaconnte, in St.
Paul's Cathedral, by the Bishop
1,1 ni Ion, on Sunn iv next.

The Steam roller seems to be
very useful in its particulat
work as m i I" seen by the ef-
fective manner in winch it
smoothed dov. n the recently rt
made section of Bay Street.
We presume that it cost
some money and yel it 'Iocs
not'.ippe.u tc have had acoat of
paint since it was imported in-
to the Colony, and the working
parts seem not likely to be
worn out b) cleaning and oil-
ing.
If it was pi ivate pn iperty it
vould p a ver> differ* nl
appearance, what is every
1 body's hi-' 1 n bu ly's b
; ness so wi \ ii.it is evei y
body's ii nobody's
property.
IHE IMPI Rl VL THEATRE
The trucl ive an I in
"Sii gfried to
be presi nl I to the public at the
"Imperial I ire" on Friday
evening fr< ni the Jerman and
was, .,, ,|i anonymous
poel at of the twelfth
centun. Iln s ene is laid on
the Rhine, ii Worms as the
md part ta
plai 1 1 \ er I >anube, al
the resident ul Utila, Ki ig of
the I Inns.
1 princip il hero of the firsl
pn t is Siegfru I, Prince of the
Netherl mds, '1 1 assisisGunther
the king "f the Burgundians, in
obtaining the h md of Brunhilde,
the pow 11 eil ol Ireland.
an 1 lio is rewarded with
Ki n in :.-, beautiful sistei
of (iuntli r, Tli envy and jeal
ousy of l'> u ilii Ide cause a qu ir
rel betw and Kriemhilde,
and Ii id to the murder of Sieg
fried by I lag n, the faithful \ as
sal 1 11 luni 1 and deadlv eneim
Siegfried I lie central figure of
the second parl is Ki iemhilde,
who. after the death of Siegfried
thinks of n 'thing but of aven {
Scr. "Win fred M." left Mia
mi f..1 X.' 111 this mornin
(1 hursday. 1
w
The extraoi lin 1
high on W dm sday morning.
Ho din-.' p irtions ofDeveau* and
Christie between Bay
and Dowdi iw ell Streets.
*
The s t to he considered
t the City Hall on Thurs I iy
night al "TheGreal
Contt ivei Ag " \" i"
\ itation 1.- 1 I to all.
IROUBLB I
"Now res rouble" !
"Five 1 til the next
Then : his W ho
are const mtlj getting into trou
ile w hen thi re is not the slight*
esl need for it.
Job says, orn to trou
ble as thi iK upward*."
Notice til Man is bom to
trouble," it is in in'--, and wo-
man's ini t, or, p rhaps it
had betti 1 lid, birthwrong,
so it itich 1 ihem like the 1 I
of flies to 'in fast" piper.
Whether, iis right or wrong,
you rnn't - 11 ei it, :t will
r.a ne I" you with ut going to
look for it
Now 1 there's a lot.
of you feli iws lioaint s itisned
with youi md the trouble
is that )< n don't get it for
nothing. You've got to pay for
it, and you 1 an't afford it. Vou
had belli 1 l ial money and
go to the moving pictures' or
betlei yet, you can go t> Big
Williams and buy a 1 racket
jack" pan of patent leather
-...... to w 11 w in you walk
w ith the best of your girls
v e 1 you go i" "St. A rnes" ni
"Wesley," on Sunday afternoons
That is mi: 1 than to
walk in the Magistrate's Court
11111 ks 01 11 ailing mil 01 a Veil g wain m mo .*lsiirie a wui i
.ng herself on the murderers of for throwing banana skins, and
liei husband, ['"or tins p
01 \" 1 l.i. and invites
Gunther w 11< had consented 10
mango skins, and sapndill skins
an I cane m -i n the side
walks. I tell vou b ys and giils
the mm I 1 f siegfried, to \ isit you'd betti r la-ive that 0
her with Ii Burguiidiaas il Vou hear .vliat Mr. Worship
.....................
Attila s residence. Contrary |o
Ihe idvii e ,,1 11 ig, ii, i iunthei
and I Ins 1 rot hers < iernoi and .
Gieselli 1. ept Krieinhilde's lliings on the sidewalks, the
invitation. Theyjmarch to the lowest fine will be "Fi shil
Sti'i Dig said.
"Next tin- anyone come, be-
fore ine for throwing Ihe e
an.1 finally arrive at
\i'i" aftei a
trULirte. a
> uiu'i'
Allil 1
long and tired Iful BtrUk,K'Ri
are killed,including Ki iemhilde
Only \itd Ins friend Diem, h
Von Bern, and the hitter's faith-
ful co npanion Hildebrand, sur-
vive to la 11 "nt the fearful
catastn >phe,
lings lor the hist offence.'
Mind, he means tint, and for
the second offem e he can fine
you as hifl .1' \\u\ Mi- kae
too -tlialS the law and yoiicm't
get over it.
I don't think you knew that
before, hu you know it now,
so "Look s iarp I"
L
H


Y
llr.
1 R II! L .\ I.
Ill nr han l if I know where
you : t ilit mom 5 lo pa; all
e finej I have In ard thai
mi Monday one man w
fi and anothi r, i. and I
su|>|>ose tin \ planked il di iwn
l'\ jingo \\ hat a a le nl
n oney, and v\ hal a lot of I ol
I rats one side of tin qu
\\ hat nboul people putting theii
fo >t mi the c same ban in i skin*
nd mango s ii and falling
dow n and injuring I el\ es
tin it is you who injure them
M.;.! e a poor man, woiking foi
"two shillings a day" or i I
l n woman, with her pan of
"I lere's your pancaki s an frj
ami akara, an argiddy an
my fn >nds, lei mi i n
ti I you think upon th
things. I hate to see you il row
'. j mil mone) in the Mi
B I int.
POICTIER.
I. Deai -ii.
An w e ii' 't entitled to e\ en
common uui tesj at the hand*
if public servants n \ net
'I lad i Tci-nni go to the
Sun yoi < lent rat's < i hat ins
business \\ ilh that offi ial. I
appro ii hed the I i puty Su \ yoi
an I a- ki ! I lie Sui vevoi
Geni i il. I le was mi mi
ttous, and when I asked the
Chi if he would -a- to
the Surveyo I ieneral i hat I
would like to see hiui,thel)eputv
Sui vej ir assumed a I re it n'ma
attitu le and said that he would
nock me down. I can assure
you -i; that this is briefly what
took place, and what could have
ed the ] >ep itv Surveyoi to
conduct himself in tins manner
I am at ,i loss to tell, unl< il
maj be possible that he It id it
in ini some otln i pers mi b\ the
anie name as myself an I look
tins opportunit) to gel sq
through me I lo men forget thai
are but public serva its?
Vour.i trulv
p. \ ruiii i
Nass in \. p
(l ion
I" the Editor -if the Tribune
Di .ii Sit.
you intend to calls for Tender
'"i Ihe most important part
\ i .North i" Raj
Stn el ': You must do it this
v eai remember only three more
mouths. You will have to do il
i if il is im pur importunity.
w ill have to turn Militant
"niffragi Its if ii is 11 ? t done sunn.
' 'hi irdian we hope
i ih.it the Side-
walks are included. It must
us feel jealous to set
I after and
ours in gh ted. Some <>f the old
esl n sidents of Nassau have
he*n I".1 n and brought up in it
mil in vet hnl anything but
I
Yours Trulv
ANTI 'il RAGETTE
LOST.
ART from
.\ 'V I'll t
.i 'i Fiud t | hi .i 1.1
' Ii ilmiic" im I P ri' ;i il.
IMPERIAL
IHEAI RE
Friday, Oct. 3.
Siegfried in 3 Reels
DON I MIS> 1 11 i'i| \'ii l
(11- >i i.i\., 1 iik
Animated Weekly.
1'assin [I Paris Fashions
RIG NIGHT.
I. gd. is.
CAM K IR WH
11 lober 2nd imi \.
New Y William Bai-
ley I'M id, ill '.Ids am i
trui champion c \clist, clu ki
nf reverses suffered r<
ci ntlv bv J ilia Hull's athletes ai
the hands of Amei i a is, yester
d.i\ at tin' Ni wark \ eliidro
h hi n hi' defeated Mel lougall nl
New York, the national chain
pion, in two stiaighl hens of a
third mile match race,
i Itlawa, ';r>. I'll'' Cannd an
_; 1, v 111111 < 11. < > 11 1 he basis of a
subsidy said to be heavy, has
I ,-i contiact with the
i Mail Steam Packet Com
paiiy foe a five > a h service
l^ear me 'ye were disappointed j from Haltfdx and Si John to
l'ls' night, startedto read in the British West hid its
'(iuaidi in" Sealed |, ,, ,|, n f, .
improvement lo Union Streel
and behold it w is where verv
I- people walk. No c< i< id i
I ins is put i.l the pre
lial ti'a le Hgrs 'in' ii recent h
entered into. A |>revious con
tract made w ith I'ickfurd &
at ion for those vet win, ,,,n g'ack of Hilifax was not carriJ
about on Jagged stones and ed out, the company being url
aide 10 g< 1 the mi essan ships.
rough sidewalks
O Cruel Hoard of Wot In do
Th< new contract calls fur a
freight an I pa .nger|servii
of four boats of eleven or twel v<
kn 'is spi ed, oni Hali-
fax and returning to St. John.
I hi service bi [in on Novi i
her 1.
As part of the same agree
men! the cable between
ireal Britain, Canada, and
W esl Indii s have been cut in
half, Canada and Greal Britain
It contributing f p.ooo as
an offset.
Washington, jo. The Demo
' ratio tai ill re* isiori bill today
.1 l\ a need to'its last congression
al stage when it was brought
. to the house from the'
joint conference committee
with the UltailimouS endorse
in at 1 f the' democratic confe
HI-.
I. ike Charles, I.a. (o. I loods
hi Southwest Louisiana reached
^ 1 ions propoiiio is today. Vari-
ous estim ites ol damage to the
me crops have been mad
Pisa, Italy, 30 -King Emma
nuel today signed a d< 1 ree dis
solving the chamber oi d 'puties
ind calling general elections
I he <-i\<-\ of )otobef.
London. I 1, \ Pekill dispatch
s ivs'Mapan 1- preparing to make
inn 1 battle ground. Her
i\airy with Russia wad not
ietlled l>\ the late war. The
Jap inese poii.-y in China sum-
med up means the planting of
garrisons without territorial
s, thereby guaranti eing the
integrity ofChina by foiestalling
others. I he Japanese nav il units
in Chinese wati rs will be increas-
d There will be no danger r>>
Ul itisll interests if (i:- at Li itain
hsplays her usual flexibility",
London, 30.The guage has
been flung down by the laboui
unions in answer to the emp
lovers proposed fund 1.000
11. 1 ami the formation ol th
I Inited Kingd6m Lmph \ 11
Defense Union, the object ol
\ Inch was announce I to be the
consolidating of the {resources
of the employers and the mnint
euance of their rights and free
doin to deal with labour unionss.
A number 6f prominent la-
bour leaders are planning a new
policy, which, eliminating the
benevolent feature 01 the unions,
will leave all the funds to'sup-
ply the war chest and convert
the trades unions into a fighting
machine.
The new policy may be
intended s.i as \.. cov'ei the
production by the worki
themsel .1 . < I the pi im" 11 neci s
: I without losing
' of the 1 ly of usin^ to
the I'ulh st unit their forci s
lor political and indi l ac-
tion.
\Y \\ II 11,
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c MAI l-1 EUR. Apply by
letter, gi ving cxpei 1 n bi tl laU
,11 \ iequued, 111 ihe.
Bah ini- PI mtation Co, Ltd.
For 3 Days Only
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY.
An Embroidery Sale
BIG BARGAINS
AU BON MARCHE
GEORGE SI REET.
Shingles
Besl No. 1 I feart 5m. Cypress
Shingles al s |.l 1 per thou-
sand "1 20 bundli
I liscounts on lots ol over
5000 shingli -.
Special Price
nisi '>n 1 heaper gradi s -also
5111. Cypress at $6.72 per
tliu is.ni.1 of 3o bundh s. This
price made |> issible by a very
larg purchase.
Fresh stock arm ing < ry
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
\'ass,u, N. P.,
Sfpt. 16, i'|i.?
THE WORLDS JUDGMENT
111 ik s powerful the n ime
STANDARD ENGINE.
l.hiul's R( 1 sll I Va this'
tin- 1 > iwer 1 'I the 1111 jority.
back "i the Stan ir I
guarantc is th,
ini Moi
tion Co., 171 Pin st.,
Jersey City, N. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Massau, X. P.
\ nt for the Bahamas.
L


T
! Hit lf ti rfVl] N!
quercd tki apparent Iintitattoo ol
niiuio. I fopCC the lioslil'1 Land hikI
p rope/Ay Iflws, llw ......mi ions mi-
J and, tl*e outburst* i f a.
How^ Ipj is !.iiiiij;iu ;, i.. m i\-
where rtU is wual wa liati
for," :i 1 nTflWw toner i'h i'- I
liis host m a northern viII
1 itter polhieb Bttl IM \ ii
flowing (ram FfV r F.ilirn .11
___ f i i : i . i
si andAro on pirs
Gasoline

! i irais ii" Gallons.
i Wharf J. PI Sands
0 i irrlval "Francos E."
Onlv Five Drums each week.

' ing ii..in m ,- i.in..i i i.iu
we of toil.iv I * 111 r pondVi tiH -fit I v historic il ex- j ^^^T^ak G
to be continued)
All..
Notice.
Tills i- to remind ilic P il \p
of the! >l 1 Rtand V.S I Hint's
Joiner SIicm 1'.. I Rjj) Street,
which is nbW dnoVr .the Afnnaee-
11
I \M'-s \. IV W's
( I N I R \; I r lie \\H JQtN| R
II In ide Ci Bbts ol averj
1 am pn |i.ii..I 1.1
you i xi ellQAt U"i1i. I rffer.
. I i.i 'Uiru'ir t us. We
1 e In B itijuj y.'u ;nnl ape
confident mat We i
Ci h >n I >( livery.
<. q: s\r.\i;i'.u>.
ti ml i ,. i'i: (.
. II "J ""
: KJ\:. .
j I i ; >a p n> Street, r.t
[ ro upied by '' P
>w-, rU| ; q, possession given 1st.
\
pplv ..
WALTER K. MOORE
Appreciate.....I iokt ili.it u J now
I i ..n h.nd ;m extensive Si... :k of IIW A\lli;\l^|\Vf
LMi.-iranlr.' :i hi.in.l to lie nili.lc of t he I'm. : II.i\..iia .ui.l -5U'|l:itr?
\\r.|,. Havana Killers Ihronghout.
Th^S* i - .'"' iii.imif.ie-tnrrcl on on
; | re,.taVen,to produce an article of superior q.i 11tty.
I [, we have n\e\ wilh in iho past leatls us onli.lcntly lo ;pTt
the1 pationage of cohriniseurs.
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[i US| mi.I l...t on w>s- St.
| p ifiu-ul us afiply in M.
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|l \ a York Ciiv.
GEO. L. DAVIS
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r -'1 and Repaired.
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MICE
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NOTICE.
' I^III^ is to inform my !
1 .....1 the 1 ubllc in Mr
thai I hat e i.|i..nrd my P
Itlack Smith I and m
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P. A. Huyler,
, |',.,\ -lir'l. I'.ast (Win

i ii i:
BARGAINS AGAIN!
^ At Williams Wholesale and Retail
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
WILLIAMS THE SHOEMAN'S placeofbusinefci not/a store which confoi tr icily to "rj
gidar men handising," but onfi which is made- up of two ! partments, N<>. I and No. 2.
M.lH .
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lie
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one

Hit
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_ 4-w*^% r Is where Regular strvk is'kept alnd orders for 4h< irious Ian
NO* 1 JjepaPLment dLplicateldTj-om ijrue ^nd, sold under the one price system
arid in .1. i ordam e u itli qjtial
__ _. ^ is where prices in i u i ises areasilow as 30 per cenl to 40 per
JN O. JL/epaPtmeilX cent lessthan thoceguUr prices-or what they n illy are wortji.
j^* in this latter departmenl purrhs 1 rightly termed
BARGAINS
T^MJi'Miufi ma\ ai... vs.in......r. In what way is this No. a i >, nrtmenl maintained? The an v. is simply
ili5 ?'' P........" ^ ,u who knows how, of M.Mch.ints who liav.e^.ided.in busuiess.at su 1 low prices
,|Mfc^HMa.)t-thi,s great discount on regular prices. He also buys portions of the salvage ol stocks
,| '. i,, ii in aim-i.as wa>doiie<>ii a......locasioni and these are sold at prices be-
yond romp 1 ition.
|noi i ,!,,,, lelhods of business rnaV pi dearly d .-n.natcd Williams the^Shoe.map spefia^ly i"-
vites ai- patruasand Uic r>ubli. general^ to;< all and sceJanioni> otheo.UliO following Bargains : he is
iusi ,,, rereipi of pei last steamer i6q pai^s.Wo's, wji^e. C-aqvas liow pumps. Regular price. 8s. uow being told
.,, tic paii Grey SuMeTiuttoaOx*. Ties 40*. now being sold al '-. 75 pairs wo s. Pat. colt a strap
slippers Regular lri< tiovj b- ing -old at 8s. W5jairsMen lanCall ButtanOx ries i6s.now being sold
;,t 1 1 jo paii Colored Canvas U ' ,]l' ,v '''" (,s- Pw Wng sold at 4s.
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE & RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
277-'/. Bun St. .'in. N. P.,
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