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7J Zhc {tribune Tuesday. October 7. 1915 J£ President Wilson has signed the Tariff Revision Bill, and has scored heavily in this his first great legislative effort. While we do nol doubt that this new law will reduce the cost of living in the United States, we fear that the reduction will not be BO great as is anticipated. 1 i 'lil i* so much more plentiful than of yore that its purchasing p iwer is less, much less, than it used to he. A to Tariff will not do away with tin-cause of high prices. 'I he duties on imported meats serin to have been removi d, but it is said that the Confer Committee that dealt In h closed do irs with the Bill after it left the Senate, have provided for such a rigid inspectinn-as maydo .may with atoy 1 importation of meat. If tin so the price of beef and other llesh foodwill remain high. We hope, ho that this port prove untrue'. The free im port ition of forei meats would be a grand thing for peo with small incomes. It must Miie in mind that there is siili a very large quantity of grazing land in theUniti <1 St Th" is that the price of these lands has :i up enormously of lat ye irs. I increased cost of the land adds itl) to tiee l i 'f raisng Cat tie, ami this great addition to the cost of rearing Cattle B up the price of meat tot IC I sumer. It is I) ilieved th it the Conference Committee has alt the duties on citrous fruits .1 more, re>t "ring tierates that 1 d by the 11< si. of Re presentalives. If so w an stdl something to tie.;... d I >a: initigaWe live, Mr. I., (i Bi %  %  went to Washing ton to accomplish, just such a result, and did not hope to do more. It loured that the banana lax had 1 n taken ..fi in Conferem e If so 1 T\ ill rpjoi The folio %  1:: ; alter 1 the for %  >in was written. THE mil \\l VS \.\'D IIII, NEW AMERICAN TARIFF ponden W ishin .'ton, I). C, Thursdaj. 1 l* tober jnd 1913. 'I h new \merican tariff, winch by the time this reaches the reader will liave received the signature of President Wil sou and become operative BS 1 law, will extend to the Bahama Islands reductions in tariff duties for practically all products of the Colony. This should he highly gratifying to the people of the Bahamas who well may congratulate themselves upon the success of the mission of their "ambassador," bulk, one half of one cent per pound. OKI rate, one cent per pound packed in any style. The new rates are a reduction () f about jo percent advoiarem on lemons, 43 per cent advoiarem on limes, 50 per cent advoiarem on oranges and ig per cent on grapefruit, shaddocks and pomelos. 1 Grange p iel or lemon peel ; preserved, candied, or dried, 1 •nt per p ma I. Old rate, two Mr. Lorenzo G. Hue-, member c nts per pound. of the Colonial House of the Cocoanut meat or copra: desV. %  Mubly, who, as special re sicated, h redded, cut or simi presentative of His Excellency, |larly prepared, _• cents pet the Governor of the Bahama I pound. Old ral a cents per Islands, so ably plea fid I md. cause of the Colon} Salt: Placed on tree list. Old duties during his visit to : in bags or | • 11 ington last January. pounds in bulk, 7 Rates of duty in the new cents pounds tariff, as it has pracl I -' le or I 1 •(! u| a nd as it wil be [fibn utts.tn inila.sunn come a law with the signature] ind all othei textile grasses or of the Pi up. n ; u of the Bahama Island below f<>r the information of onr read 1 rs. In ea 1 e lthe old rate is show n for compsi son. Spongi s: Trimme 1 or iintrimmed but not advanced] in value I chi nical pi nt advali irem. < >ld rjte, in. S| 11 >nges : I d, or idvan ed in val volving cl emical operatm s, manufactures ol spon jes, >r >f which s| ge is ; material of clue! value. %  4-1 : a 1 led for in >\\ parts of the law, 1 • I valorem. ()ld rate, : p %  v ad valorem. Pin theii own jui | iei • valorem. ten advalorem. Pin 111 ba r 1 rels or pad 'Id Kit Pineappli s : In bulk thousand. ( H 1 rate, fibrous vegetable substari dressed or n I in an) manner, placed oil free list. 1'. W. 1 i| ist. who was a p isa igei to N iw York mail sti am 1. an ived 111 v -l ntreal.Ca it 7. 30 p. in. and was mairii d at 9 p. m. of %  ir to Mr Ul b in I I nn in Kaowles ; • 11 ihi ity. I tenders its ratul itions following :. taken from %  Miami Herald." of Si n Mr. A. W.J K •on of Mi. .1. I. K 1 >l 'ins city. "A. VV. Ail % %  : les, of SMIamcs is in V\ ,n urging t a United Stat be si iti .11 ,] at St, la City. Mi Know I explained to oth< itsperrubi* \i presentative Sparkman : foot o| the cap icit • of t u there is a he enrat< i ga -. %  d in manufacture of hemp. \ [ceatqu nil ty ol raw mate$ -, perlrial f >r tl torj is imp** perb 'd it is n 113 it pres it to laveth 1 ill at B ca Lemons, Limes, Grapi fruit, p rand earesl customs nges. Shadd i, and PomeLort, and have l : %  %  • {; %  los : In pack '. afterwards mil lading of one and ne-f' "irili cubi f< t pei pack ige ; in • Iin one and une-quartei cul and m -t ig two an I 1 half feetj 5 rents %  pack in p.11 two and on-half cubic feet and not 1 ding five cubic i t, %  ; in p u IM exceeding five cubic feel or in to nail 1 boats an I take the to St. James City. Mr. nowles I ... 1 liar l> |iip on the manufai turers and hindering an industry which s line prospe ts. TAgi thi 1 ih Representative Sparkman, ailed on Assistant rretary of the Treasury \llbanis and talked the mat (I 1 olr. Mr. Williams will present the ma'ter to Secretary McAdoo for his consideration.' The Mail Steai >er arrivi I e rlj this morn: from New V01 ; with the following passengers.— Misses R, Br and L. Mc Xeal ; Mesd nesG, Sawyer, F. Simpson, and R. W, Brai 1 I'lv Rt. Rev. I.. I Bishop of Nassau : R v M. Webb ; Mi K. \ T Chipman, H. S. DaltOn, J. Burkley, II. i I :aley,G. Hearn J. I Ba I G. Walton ; M istei I R I: G. Whitea I H. Wh I \h. W. Small ; Mr. and Mrs. G. Mr a 1 Mrs. W, Whit. ; Me ;, la risty, G.Gibson, J.Rattray, an C.Smith j The Motor "I 1 1 es %  '." left this morning a ni taking illow i ng [ is : Miss Ethel rt; Mes1 %  tet C itll lllne I'liouip>n, In >ratia Cooper and child ; Me urs I loratio Coakley, Leviti as Coakley, Reuben Rolli ,Ri 1 ti 1 Know I s, J mi s W. Kn 11 J >hn Butler, Fred Cli Benjamin inter, Isi Rolle, Emm 1 )> irsett, An r : Is, I. ir. 11 MI JohnWill Venal tier, 1 11 x I v, Ch Symonett, I I Fostei rarquharson, Nel in Farquharson, John Moss. iv inus M s, I. n in Benaby, Al n d R li iin, it Farqu 1a -MI, Curtis -via nil tt, J I M S, B ax to I llaima, Solom n Johnson, l>i ien Bam, > mus Bam, James I Ian 1a, Pi a re A. Perni, Birth >loi ew Colin-, Make, hi laylor, Fi idFi rgurs m, Bru Co 1, A I \. B nn, ; t G. Bain, Livingstone twright, Taylor, Bert Teddei W. C. B. Albury, Hoi io I lepburn, Prince 11 'pbui 11, James Saundeis, Wellington Hepburn, Ri chard Pratt, Ernest I lepDuin, [osephus Pratt, C irles W C 1 Edward Ca y, I loward y, William 1. Kliowli B, Juln: 1 %  VV am A. ( rey, totav ius I Samuel n/ie, Wilba 1 'sand-, ( >!is nn, Id iia Sti at, Esekii I — M inniii > In tli • I lous of Co union, reply, Sir Edward (trey ma le an explicit stateni 1 1 1 | the reasons WIIK h havei up. Ill ,1 the I'M i tish 1 1 ivernme it to the dea nut to gjvi official kup* poii to the Sin I raoci co exhi



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T HE TRIBUNE bitioo held to commemorate the opening of the Panama Canal. The dei it ion of the British < lot ment has aroused some Feel ings cf re teutment in the United States, it is thought—improperly thought—that it is intended to express the British pi ag linst America's br< a. h of Faith in proposing preferential canal rat tor American shipping. Sir E. Grey was asked by ild Williamson w ther tin' (iovernment's d i i ion had i; ction with the 'attitude >f the United Si Governmi 'it regarding the Pa nania toll question. Sir E. I ii "I lis s Government In i coi to the conclus that they .vould not, in the present 'in u istances, be ju Jl iii a kin is country t'> incur the hea\ expenditure which t f.nd v f>uld ''• %  neci s try in order to irticipate in the exhibitibn. i on the %  ite that an i qu ite par icipation in the exhibit i 'ii • i i i %  • cpen diture, wl ich Parliament must he i of over a qu i i million, an 1 that this wou |uite out of pro p irl ii >n any adv re likelj I i ilt. I i 'i ue i tion wag i onsuli red a I alt with on these groun Is v ithout any referen :e to the I' on i toll question. Ind i ij"M\ 'ti iovernmenl have done iothing to discourage irl patioo of the self gov>ruin| dominions in the exhibition." The Foreign Secretary addih it the Govi rnment w %  111 1 not think "i doing a thing i" d icourag i participa tn HI by p ivate in lividu ils Clul) li r is Mi C. C. Bullard has be f en ap pointed Public Vaccinator for Acklins Island. Notii e is given that a vai ancy w ill shoi tly occur in the offici C*erk in the Colonial %  retarys I department. Ap plications for competition for ill be received on the l8th ilist. Foreign M lils also fur Ina. and Long Cay, per "Vigiia" will be closed n Friday loth at IO a. in. i insular Mails for Harbour Islan I.Spanish Wells, Eleuthera, Andros, jAbaco, Exuma, Lonf! I.. Port Howe Rum Cay and VVatlings Island will be closed on Friday loth at two p.m. MARRIAGE. vi. KS — GRIST— < >n Tues I .th September 191 1, by the Rev. John Currie ; Flop I Gri in I lerman Knowles at t of the offit iat Minister; Montreal Canada. BIRTH. B % %  3 p. ith 1913 at VVatlings Islan I Lighthouse to Mr. I Pi incipal K an 1 Mis. I iranville M. Br iwn, -> son. CAHLKviK WIS and more I 1 the liking of iming more s .. cietj ladu • ( > n< p pulai dame has just I II fl Mlilfl I i( 10. M:IS at i For SJX months. "Bel : HI." GOVKR] Mix r NOTICES The Stip mdiary and Circuit Magistral* ^vill leave Nassau on circuit on the 10 N ivembei 191J. Mi. T (i Kei 1. me reli : uph I > p iituii ut has in-II gran d le ive of absence from the 6 Ii inst to the 1st I >e cember next. Mi Victor s Bethel has been appointed Act in cr in the Telegraph Department. I 1 rtober th 1911. Salisbury, 5. -M ijor I %  M >i 1 ick of the British army ing i lied while flying the military aviation ground at S ilisbury Plain today. Mis aeroplane suddenly collapsed an I era led to the oai th the aviator was picked up de id London. V Ktraordin ary meeting of the Mar :oni Company ihe shareholders today authorized the issue of 500,000 new hie 1' >und shares in 1 onnection with the purchase of Goldschmidt patents. (in Ifrey Isaai s said that the .ii: mgenientsconcluded provid iat in the ent of the Goldichmi It machine proving the better the British nation should benefit without extra cost or risk. ill'also said that important lopmenl in the Man.an enterprises were impending in the direction of the wireless nmunication betw 1 neat Britaui and South America. Paris, 5, The Mont d'Or tunnel between France mid Swit DO YOU the Importanc <>f pu oap Do you know 1 Sunli make clothes whiter, ami worl lighter? True economy is to use a pure Soap. Sunlight Soap is guaranteed pure, then-lore cannot destroy your clot! Preserve your clothes by using Sunlight S >ap. ER BROTHERS zerland on which boring op< ra tions were begun nearly three years ago was pierced today. London, 6 excite ment was ere tted in London last ning by reports that the 1 1 anic had been in collision when nearing Plymouth.Shear rived in port e irly tins morn and reporti i n 1 F tundation whatever for the reports. London, 5.—It is announced that Hie king and queen will be Sp ias >rs at the Baptism of the HI born September Bth to the Duke and Duchessof Roxburgh. I'mama, 5,— Another earthquake 1" cure l >n the ithmui at o'clock tins afterno m.ltjlast l from ten to 15 seconds.Build ings were severely shaken bin apparently nodamagewasd I'd Pas 1. Texas, 5.— M ids of the battle of Santa Rosalia in which 4,700federal troops succeeded in defeating 1.01 in ich 1 Forces, indicate thai the battle was desperate leral Sslazer of the federal forces estimated the total_de.nl at 700. T NOTICE. lis ia in n itify the Public ih it I ii ive appointed F lish 1 \ Rolcer, of Sandilandi Village, to be mj Attoi riej nod to net lor me, along with my wife, during an ab*nce from the Colony. KUTHERLAK D UOIJ.F. Oetoh.-r 6, 1913. Wanted A COMPETENT MAN, to cars for, and drive, %  t. mi of Mules. j. S. JOHNSON CO. Octpbei (all, 1913. ELECTRICITY. H >USES, Business Places and and v" I111 1 v Ins wired. Contracts taken for any large byilding. Electric Motors, Fans, Magneto In.n-, etc., repnired. Skillful Automobile and Motor Engine repairing. A Chauffeur if required by any one. Mechanical Pipe Fitting, etc. Ml work satisfactorily done, in 4 manner to smt the most critical. Add 'sB. M. .1. MASON, P. O. Ilox 64. or 'Tribune' office. Notice. T HIS is to remind the Public of the Old Stan l(N.S. Elliot's Jmner Shop) East


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l H E 1 \< I B U NE with ;i (1 is:met lack of fitruss. The Ki.in may feel drowsy, and yel not srei p w ell. Whi n i | en m is thus sulTerin<,', lite hrst (li.-i is a liulit fruit ration fur B week <>r iwo, wnil plenty "I water drinking. I Ins will qui enable tlie system to throw off the accumulated poisons. The salts and tli'acids I i .ii, SOIL: I upon the hi lod, and the result o a marked imi nt in both health and Spirits. STANDARD Oil. GO'S Gasoline Drums i ro Gallons. Deliv. red Wharf J. P. Sands on arrival "Frances E." Only Five Drums each week. NOTICI H \ V I \ (', hern appointed AGENT fo, MAPES PINE. APPLE FERTILIZER in the (Bahamas I am able to supply customers with same at manufacturers price which is $44 per ton of 8 barrels or $5 50. per barrel of lbs. F. O. B. New York. I Ins Fertilizei ca a a Iso be obtained through any D>minissiuo House in New York, or direct from M imii K turers at the same pi 1 e, I shall be glad to take any one desi.iousol seeing the results ob, Mined from the use nf tins Inn IIZT to my cultivation* in Nassau "Inch must convjm e anyone thai Mapes Fertilizer is the kind best sioied to imi -<>il for the grow p le, W \l. I KbK MOORE. W T. would dorm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on h^nd ao extensive Stock of HAVANA ( IGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest ivana and Sumatrt Wrappers,and Havana Fillers throughout. I h"-' Cigars are manufactured on nui premises by skilled workmen %  snd great pains are taken to produce an irticle ol supehoi quality, rhe success we have met with in the pasl hadus confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseura. J. I.. SUNDERS XCo. Ha\ Street^ 22cts. GAl 1 ii -in I leliverv. c. c. \AUNIJERS. Sept em her 1 .1 W W II'11. A COMPETEN l REI.I VBLE CHAUFFEUR. p|ily by letter, git m.. exp nences and s.dai y required, hi 111 BahamaH I', oit 1 ion C*. I .id. GEO. L. DAYIS Ml'-ir LESSONS GIVEN ON PIANO, VIOLIN, M \NDOLIN and GUI I \K. ICOTICK. I "*HIS 1-. I 1 inform my PatroUS 1 ind the Public in < JeneiJ th 1 1 I have opened my Public I'lo' S nil! Shop; and am now n ly to do .uything in the line ot %  ' '" OOlli, 111 III' '>1HV Pianos tuned and Repaired. G< or new work Horfj Order, | Shi ,|| v Ml work d me Mechanica I Entertainment*. ,, A „ 67 West sio 11. I I'..'. "-I Last (Wll ill BARCAINS AGAIN! At Williams Wholesale and Retail SHOE ESTABLISHMENT W ILLIAMS THE SHOEMAN'ii gular merchandising," but one wh ^XN':-) place of business is no1 1 trictly to "1 ich is made up <>f two dep irtrrn nts, No. i and No. 2. e No. 1 Department .-imi in accordance with quality. No. 2 Department i s wl Lock is kept and orders for the various lines are (I iplicated from time to time and soldundi r the OIK pri< 1 system is where prices in somi ases are as low as jo per cent to 1 1 pei cent less than the regular prices or what the) really j 1 th. In this lattei department pure liases are rightly termed BARGAINS Thisquestion may arise with sorae.Jn what way is thisNo. 2 Department maintained? Tin answei is simply this. The Propnetoi buys tbro.i-i. an \ unit uho knows how,of Merchant! who have Failed in business al men lownri as to warrant this great tuscount en regular prices. He also buys portions of the salvage of stock of Bo.t. MK! MUMS that have been in a fire v ->s was done on a recenl occasionl and these are sold atoricea be! compel ition. > 1,1 ' ,1 1 u "' s !l1 ,l "' 'ol business may be clearly dememtrated Williams the Shoeman loecrallv invil i inpat* .... and the publi. generally to call and see among others the followingBargains -he is in receipt of pei last steamer 160 pairs wos. white Canvas bow Pumps. Uegulai price 8s "w bein'asold at as. 135 pairs wo ;. Grey bu6de Button Ox. I'iei 10s. now being sold at 6s. 75 pairs wos. Pal colt 1 strap shpp rs Regular Price 12s. now being sold at 8s. 125 pairs Men Ian Calf ButtonOx lies i6s.now being sold at IDS. 250 pairs v olbred Lam.,, Lea. sub: Ox. Ties 6s. now being sold al is , l; i\ St. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE A RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT Nassau, X. P.. I i



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• ^ (D > c CD 0) a o (D 03 Nullius o.ddic Ins lurnrc In verba mr\ tiistrl. Being bound to wer lo the Dogma.* >f no Master VOL.V. NBLSMU, N. P.I Bahftinss, Tuesday. October 7. 1913 No. 266 LEON I:. H. Dl PI ( II, i IM i i A :.i Paopatiink OPTIC* 38 4J \l UtKRT STRUT I N P., I MAMA*. IM lil.lMll.l' DAILY. Monday, Vednesda) and Friday— •inglecopj ... ... Jd. Tuesday, lim -.i.n md Saturday-* .1 j1'eopv •• .. id ATeeklv ... ... 4 }d Mmitiil> ta, 4'i .) 1 11 lerl) 4 *. FtallYearh 8*. Vraiv l fis PAYARLC IV AOV W Advert R it" Six pence 1 SI lint fin ti 1 -1 insertion ; three pence per line f' salts .MI I 1 M liich 1 1 "'Hi cum 1 ive .1 gents, I Inpt 1 1 '. t 1 1 -Mclirnl ill in 1 [ruin ii wilier, inch wwnetimes reac es nmetj pet cent : .il though nil fnni< %  >ni*in a Irai • "I •in, ..ml in a large extent must he 1 eg 11.'; larch an I sugar funds, Msl Inn's Mlsu'conti 111 n %  of fat, but cat bohydraies 1 bti lute the chief sewce ol nourishment. The tun 11 'ii iat abundant in flllils is levulose, <>r fnn'-sn "Inch is sweeter than other sugars, 1 11 %  ire easily digested and imitated lh rane iug.ir. Piuit-sug 1 r is ;i predigeated food, winch is readily ^assimilated into the blood and *.|wef the must common si well ;>s nne 1 >l lie nitel whole some, is abundanl in lentons, limes, citrons, orang '$, and gnp p fruit. Tartaric ai id fin grapetj also pro dttres rooling and refreshing effei 1 Most fruits, when properly ri|>ened and eaten under favorable con ditioi s. nil lulling |inip fcvei pe> lients. Such dim'sure always nul tln'V lip lower the temperature Rial allriate sympti mis We have little #nfidence in most of the an cnllf tamperancfl drinks that flood ie market. I rue, m.mv ol ;hem ontain |, U f a small amount of alcnol, but they make poor substitutes for the home-made fruit drinks. Non-alcoholic grape wines make n splendid tonic for pet sons suffering from anemia, nervous debility, neurasthenia, and othei ordeis. Matures aperient consists of I iv itive fruit taken freely with the me 1 Is, Hie moreeffective laxative fuiiis lie figs, prunes, grapes, raicurrants, and dates. The ripe olive is also a very efficient laxs five, I he benefical influence ol fruits in sluggish or torpid liver 1)9 to be due lo the presence of fruit acids and fruit salts. Fruit* sugar, too, is much more easily home by the livei than ordinary cane-sugar. One may cure biliousness b) dropping all food for a few hours or a d isor two, and taking freely of fiuit drinks, and then adopt a purely f'uitdiet for several d iv-. Many dyspeptics could be cured by means nf a fruit diet for a week or ten days. We have often seen the experiment tried, rarely without benefit. Many fruits, when prop'i I v selected and prep ired, are useful HI gastric catarrh. A meal Consisting of plain boiled rice, the white of an egg or a small junket, and fi to tl i.l >pleS, makes Almost an ideal tray for an id >r a convalescent. Another leni preparation for gastric %  itarrh is mashed banana to h a small p irtion of cream is I Say two parti of banana to one of cream, and then beaten well with an eg beater. Many fruittahave a diuretic influence, an I assist in the elimination of waste products. The orange, lemon, lime, and citron are perhaps th? most efficient. The fiuit acids are in the body changed into alkaline carbonates, and these serve to diminish the acidity nf the bio 1 I, Patients suffering from rheumatism almost invariably benefit bv the fiee use of fruits, particularly by the citrous fonts. Ir. autointoxication there is a general feeling -if depression, and v 11 ions irritations, sometimes leading to actual ache or pain, a he id iche, a bai It iche, or an ache in some other part of the body, (Continued on fourth page.) ^apronsy,, r ,| ,v„ Dowdeswell Street


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Nullius o.ddic Ins lurnrc In verba mr\ tiistrl.
Being bound to wer lo the Dogma.* >f no Master
VOL.V.
NblSMU, N. P.i Bahftinss, Tuesday. October 7. 1913
No. 266
LEON I:. H. Dl PI ( II,
i imi i a:.i Paopatiink
OPTIC* 38 4J \l UtKRT strut
I N P., I MAMA*.
im lil.lMll.l' DAILY.
Monday, Vednesda) and Friday
inglecopj ... ... Jd.
Tuesday, lim -.i.n md Saturday-*
.1 j1'- eopv .. id
ATeeklv ... ... 4}d
Mmitiil> ......ta, 4'i
.) 1 11 lerl) ........4*.
FtallYearh ........8*.
Vraiv ........lfis
PAYARLC IV AOV W .
Advert R it" Six pence 1 SI lint
fin ti 1 -1 insertion ; three pence per line
f due fut lubtaquant It
Ail< 1- iiinlei eight lines 4s.
1'IIK MI'DlilV \I. VALUE
i1! iKi 1 rs
A. B. < I sen, M. D., P. II.
Fru ita ma .' led ss na
lura'a medicine. Liesides fruit-
1 suurookt-d
.'HI I piedi feSted fill id p I I 1-
nii pri.|. -rim. >' salts .mi I
1 m liich 1 1 "'Hi
cum 1 ive .1 gents,
I In- pt 1.....1 '. t 1 1 -Mclirnl ill
in 1 [ruin ii wilier, inch wwne-
times reac es nmetj pet cent : .il
though nil fnni- < >ni*in a Irai "I
in, ..ml in a large extent must
he 1 eg 11.'; larch an I sugar
funds, Msl Inn's Mlsu'conti 111 n
of fat, but cat bohydraies 1
bti lute the chief sewce ol nourish-
ment.
The tun 11 'ii iat abundant in
flllils is levulose, <>r fnn'-sn
"Inch is sweeter than other sugars,
1 11 ire easily digested and
imitated lh rane iug.ir.
Piuit-sug 1 r is ;i predigeated food,
winch is readily ^assimilated into
the blood and *.|we effective for nutritive put poses,
I" 1 nits .ire rich in lalts and acids.
The silts .if put 1 I......nate,
luit salts nf so 11, line iron,
phosphorus, sulphur, magnesium,
in tnganese, etc as well .is sodium
chloride or common salt, me ,,1-u
found. Earthy salti are scarce;
hence fruits can usually be given
with impunity W those who suffer
from degeneration of lite blood
vessels The pleisint, cooling,
refreshing properties l fruits are
largely aue lo the acids. Citric
acid, one t>f the must common si
well ;>s nne 1 >l lie nitel whole
some, is abundanl in lentons, limes,
citrons, orang '$, and gnpp fruit.
Tartaric ai id fin grapetj also pro
dttres rooling and refreshing
effei 1
Most fruits, when properly ri|>en-
ed and eaten under favorable con
ditioi s. nil lulling |inip linn, give little digestive trouble.
PrUit juices lie imst e.-isiU
digeste and arsim deled, since
then chief contents befdes watei
are fruit sugar, s.ihs, aid acids.
\| in p irson* inviti digestive
trouhie Iiv mixing fruit, particular-
|j 1 11. fmits, with mil foods, or
ruits and vegetables,
l t, either fresh or teted,aJ ways
go s well with nuts, breadstuff!,
and cereal preparation. It dues
not asisl digestion foal loo large
r % riety of fiuitl or dher foods
at he s ime meal,
M st difficulties witl the diges-
tihility of fiuit are riuin eating it
wh n unripe 11 1 1 ripe, It is
p mii v in buy fint whit
ie" or is "going;." letter pay
a little more and gel pefei tl\ fresh,
sound fruit and avou dangei < Colic ill ll I.I 1 I In
Fruit should be takti at neal-
with other f' id. Eating
between meals 01 i irregular
-, is Rpi in ups t ie digei IU t
organs,
I'heie is scarcely ' ink more
refresh ing I ban freshlym idt lem-
onade, I lie larder sbuld al \.i\s
contain lemons, Len)nade, taken
Ire. |\ 1 t fo those who
aie developing a col dp the he id
' Irangeadr and the nice of fresh
grapes, cherries, ilackbemes,
gi losiii"! ries.greeng igi, pineapples
and apples, make delfous drinks,
winch can be taken wh impunit).
Cold fiuit diinks aj most ie-
freshing and < noting > fcvei pe>
lients. Such dim'sure always
nul tln'V lip lower the
temperature Rial allriate symp-
ti mis
We have little #nfidence in
most of the an cnllf tamperancfl
drinks that flood ie market.
I rue, m.mv ol ;hem ontain |,Uf a
small amount of alcnol, but they
make poor substitutes for the
home-made fruit drinks.
Non-alcoholic grape wines make
n splendid tonic for pet sons suffer-
ing from anemia, nervous debility,
neurasthenia, and othei
ordeis.
Matures aperient consists of
I iv itive fruit taken freely with the
me 1 Is, Hie moreeffective laxative
fuiiis lie figs, prunes, grapes, rai-
currants, and dates. The ripe
olive is also a very efficient laxs
five, I he benefical influence
ol fruits in sluggish or torpid liver
1)9 to be due lo the presence of
fruit acids and fruit salts. Fruit*
sugar, too, is much more easily
home by the livei than ordinary
cane-sugar. One may cure bilious-
ness b) dropping all food for a few
hours or a d is- or two, and taking
freely of fiuit drinks, and then
adopt a purely f'uitdiet for several
d iv-.
Many dyspeptics could be cured
by means nf a fruit diet for a
week or ten days. We have often
seen the experiment tried, rarely
without benefit. Many fruits, when
prop'i I v selected and prep ired, are
useful hi gastric catarrh. A meal
Consisting of plain boiled rice, the
white of an egg or a small junket,
and fi to tl i.l >pleS,
makes Almost an ideal tray for an
id >r a convalescent. Another
leni preparation for gastric
itarrh is mashed banana to
h a small p irtion of cream is
I Say two parti of banana to
one of cream, and then beaten well
with an eg beater.
Many fruittahave a diuretic influ-
ence, an I assist in the elimination
of waste products. The orange,
lemon, lime, and citron are perhaps
th? most efficient. The fiuit acids
are in the body changed into alka-
line carbonates, and these serve to
diminish the acidity nf the bio 1 I,
Patients suffering from rheumatism
almost invariably benefit bv the
fiee use of fruits, particularly by
the citrous fonts.
Ir. autointoxication there is a
general feeling -if depression, and
v 11 ions irritations, sometimes lead-
ing to actual ache or pain, a
he id iche, a bai It iche, or an ache
in some other part of the body,
(Continued on fourth page.)
^apronsy,,r,| ,v
Dowdeswell Street


7J
Zhc {tribune
Tuesday. October 7. 1915
J
President Wilson has signed
the Tariff Revision Bill, and
has scored heavily in this his
first great legislative effort.
While we do nol doubt that
this new law will reduce the
cost of living in the United
States, we fear that the reduc-
tion will not be bo great as is
anticipated.
1 i 'lil i* so much more plenti-
ful than of yore that its pur-
chasing p iwer is less, much less,
than it used to he. A to
Tariff will not do away with
tin-- cause of high prices.
'I he duties on imported meats
serin to have been removi d, but
it is said that the Confer
Committee that dealt In h
closed do irs with the Bill after
it left the Senate, have provid-
ed for such a rigid inspectinn-as
maydo .may with atoy 1
importation of meat. If tin
so the price of beef and other
llesh food- will remain high.
We hope, ho that this
port prove untrue'. The free im
port ition of forei meats
would be a grand thing for peo
with small incomes. It must
Miie in mind that there is
siili a very large quantity of
grazing land in theUniti <1 St
Th" is that the price
of these lands has :i up
enormously of lat ye irs. I
increased cost of the land adds
itl) to tie- e l i 'f raisng Cat
tie, ami this great addition to
the cost of rearing Cattle b
up the price of meat tot ic I
sumer.
It is I) ilieved th it the Con-
ference Committee has alt
the duties on citrous fruits .1
more, re>t "ring tie- rates that
1 d by the 11< si. of Re
presentalives. If so w an stdl
something to tie- .;... d I >a: in-
itigaWe live, Mr.
I., (i Bi went to Washing
ton to accomplish, just such a
result, and did not hope to do
more.
It loured that the
banana lax had 1 n taken ..fi
in Conferem e If so 1
t\ ill rpjoi
The folio 1:: ;
alter1 the for >in was written.
THE mil \\l VS \.\'D IIII,
NEW AMERICAN TARIFF
ponden
W ishin .'ton, I). C,
Thursdaj. 1 l* tober jnd 1913.
'I h new \merican tariff,
winch by the time this reaches
the reader will liave received
the signature of President Wil
sou and become operative BS 1
law, will extend to the Bahama
Islands reductions in tariff
duties for practically all
products of the Colony. This
should he highly gratifying to
the people of the Bahamas who
well may congratulate them-
selves upon the success of the
mission of their "ambassador,"
bulk, one half of one cent per
pound. OKI rate, one cent per
pound packed in any style. The
new rates are a reduction ()f
about jo percent advoiarem on
lemons, 43 per cent advoiarem
on limes, 50 per cent advoiarem
on oranges and ig per cent on
grapefruit, shaddocks and pome-
los.
1 Grange p iel or lemon peel ;
preserved, candied, or dried, 1
nt per p ma I. Old rate, two
Mr. Lorenzo G. Hue-, member c nts per pound.
of the Colonial House of the Cocoanut meat or copra: des-
V. Mubly, who, as special re sicated, hredded, cut or simi
presentative of His Excellency, |larly prepared, _ cents pet
the Governor of the Bahama I pound. Old ral a cents per
Islands, so ably plea fid I md.
cause of the Colon} Salt: Placed on tree list. Old
duties during his visit to : in bags or | 11
ington last January. pounds in bulk, 7
Rates of duty in the new cents pounds
tariff, as it has pracl I -' le or I 1
(! u|.....and as it wil be [fibn utts.tn inila.sunn
come a law with the signature] ind all othei textile grasses or
of the Pi up. n ; u
of the Bahama Island
below f<>r the information of
onr read 1 rs. In ea 1 e lthe
old rate is show n for compsi
son.
Spongi s: Trimme 1 or iin-
trimmed but not advanced] in
value I chi nical pi
nt advali irem. < >ld rjte,
in.
S| 11 >nges : I d, or id-
van ed in val
volving cl emical operatm s,
manufactures ol spon jes, >r >f
which s|.....ge is ;
material of clue! value. 4-1
: a 1 led for in >\\
parts of the law, 1 I
valorem. ()ld rate, : p v
ad valorem.
Pin
theii own jui | iei
valorem. ten
advalorem.
Pin 111 ba r 1
rels or pad 'Id
. Kit
Pineappli s : In bulk
thousand. ( H 1 rate,
.
fibrous vegetable substari
dressed or n I in an)
manner, placed oil free list.
1'. W.
1 i| ist. who was
a p isa igei to N iw York
mail sti am 1. an ived 111
v-l ntreal.Ca it 7. 30 p. in.
and was mairii d at 9 p. m. of
, ir to Mr
Ul b in I I nn in Kaowles ;
11 ihi ity.
I tenders its
ratul itions
following :. taken from
'Miami Herald." of Si n
Mr. A. W.J K
on of Mi. .1. I. K
1 >l 'ins city.
"A. VV. Ail : les, of SMIamcs
is in V\ ,n urging
t a United Stat
be si iti .11 ,] at St, la
City. Mi Know I explained to
oth< itsperrubi* \i presentative Sparkman :
foot o| the cap icit of t u there is a he en-
rat<, i ga -. d in manufacture of hemp.
\ [ceatqu nil ty ol raw mate-
$ -, perlrial f >r tl torj is imp**
perb 'd it is n 113 it pres it to
laveth 1 ill at B ca
Lemons, Limes, Grapi fruit,prand earesl customs
nges. Shadd i, and Pome- Lort, and have l :.{;
los : In pack '. afterwards mil lading
of one and ne-f' "irili cubi f< t
pei pack ige ; in
Iin -
one and une-quartei cul
and m -t ig two an I 1
half feetj 5 rents pack
, in p.11 two
and on-half cubic feet and not
1 ding five cubic i t,
; in p u Im ,
exceeding five cubic feel or in
to nail 1 boats an I take the
- to St. James City. Mr.
nowles I ... 1 liar l>
|iip on the manufai turers and
hindering an industry which
s line prospe ts. TAgi thi 1
ih Representative Sparkman,
ailed on Assistant
rretary of the Treasury
\llbanis and talked the mat (I 1
olr. Mr. Williams will pre-
sent the ma'ter to Secretary
McAdoo for his consideration.'
The Mail Steai >er "
arrivi I e rlj this morn:
from New V01 ; with the fol-
lowing passengers.
Misses R, Br and L. Mc
Xeal ; Mesd nesG, Sawyer, F.
Simpson, and R. W, Brai 1 I'lv
Rt. Rev. I.. I Bishop of
Nassau : R v M. Webb ; Mi
K. \T. Chipman, H. S. DaltOn,
J. Burkley, II. i I :aley,G. Hearn
J. I. Ba I G. Wal-
ton ; M istei I R
I: G. Whitea I H. Wh I
\h. W. Small ; Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mr a 1 Mrs. W,
Whit. ; Me ;, la risty, G.Gib-
son, J.Rattray, an C.Smith
j
The Motor "I 1 1 es !'." left
this morning a ni taking
illow i ng [ is :
Miss Ethel rt; Mes-
1 tet C itll ll-
lne I'liouip- >n, In >ratia Cooper
and child ; Me urs I loratio
Coakley, Leviti as Coakley,
Reuben Rolli ,Ri 1 ti 1 Know I s,
J mi s W. Kn 11 J >hn But-
ler, Fred Cli Benjamin
inter, Isi
Rolle, Emm 1 )> irsett, An
r : Is, I. ir. 11 mi John-
Will Venal
tier, 1 11 x I v, Ch
Symonett, I I Fostei
rarquharson, Nel in Farquhar-
son, John Moss. iv inus M s,
I. n in Benaby, Al n d R li iin,
it Farqu 1a -mi, Curtis
-via nil tt, J I M S, B ax to I
llaima, Solom n Johnson,
' l>i ien Bam, > mus Bam,
James I Ian 1a, Pi a re A. Per-
ni, Birth >loi ew Colin-,
Make, hi laylor, Fi idFi rgurs m,
Bru Co 1, A I \. B nn,
; t G. Bain, Livingstone
twright,
. Taylor, Bert Teddei W.
C. B. Albury, Hoi io I lepburn,
Prince 11 'pbui 11, James Saun-
deis, Wellington Hepburn, Ri
chard Pratt, Ernest I lepDuin,
[osephus Pratt, C irles W C 1
Edward Ca y, I loward
y, William 1. Kliowli B,
Juln: 1 VV am A. (
rey, totav ius I Samuel
. n/ie, Wilba 1 'sand-, ( >!is
nn, Id iia Sti at, Esekii I
-------- M inniii
>
In tli I lous of Co union,
reply, Sir Edward (trey ma le
an explicit stateni 1 11| the rea-
sons wIik h have- i up. Ill ,1 the
I'mitish 11 ivernme it to the de-
a nut to gjvi official kup*
poii to the Sin I raoci co exhi-



T HE TRIBUNE
bitioo held to commemorate the
opening of the Panama Canal.
The dei it ion of the British < lot -
ment has aroused some Feel
ings cf re teutment in the United
States, it is thoughtimproper-
ly thoughtthat it is intended
to express the British pi
ag linst America's br< a. h of
Faith in proposing preferential
canal rat tor American ship-
ping. Sir E. Grey was asked by
ild Williamson w
ther tin' (iovernment's d i i ion
had i; ction with the
'attitude >f the United Si
Governmi 'it regarding the Pa
nania toll question. Sir E. I ii
"I lis s Government
In i coi to the conclus
that they .vould not, in the pre-
sent 'in u istances, be ju Jl
iii a kin is country t'> incur
the hea\ expenditure which
t f.nd v f>uld '' neci s try in
order to irticipate in the exhi-
bitibn. i
on the ite that an i
qu ite par icipation in the exhi-
bit i 'ii i i i cpen
diture, wl ich Parliament must
he i of over a
qu i i million, an 1 that
this wou |uite out of pro
p irl ii >n any
adv re likelj I i
ilt. I i 'iueition wag i on-
suli red a I alt with on these
groun Is v ithout any referen :e
to the I' on i toll question.
Ind i ij"M\ 'ti iovernmenl
have done iothing to discourage
irl patioo of the self
gov>ruin| dominions in the
exhibition." The Foreign Secre-
tary add- ih it the Govi rnment
w 111 -1 not think "i doing a
thing i" d icourag i participa
tnhi by p ivate in lividu ils
Clul) lir is
Mi C. C. Bullard has befen ap
pointed Public Vaccinator for
Acklins Island.
Notii e is given that a vai an-
cy w ill shoi tly occur in the
offici C*erk in the Colo-
nial retarys I department. Ap
! plications for competition for
ill be received on the
l8th ilist.
Foreign M lils also fur Ina-
. and Long Cay, per "Vigi-
ia" will be closed n Friday
loth at IO a. in.
i insular Mails for Harbour
Islan I.Spanish Wells, Eleuthera,
Andros, jAbaco, Exuma, Lonf!
I.. Port Howe Rum Cay and
VVatlings Island will be closed
on Friday loth at two p.m.
MARRIAGE.
vi.ksGrist< >n Tues
I .th September 191 1, by the
Rev. John Currie; Flop
I Gri in I lerman Knowles
at t of the offit iat
Minister; Montreal Canada.
BIRTH.
B ' 3 p. ith 1913 at
VVatlings Islan I Lighthouse to
Mr. I Pi incipal K an 1 Mis.
I iranville M. Br iwn, -> son.
CAHLKviK WIS
and more I 1 the liking of
iming more
s ..
cietj ladu (>n< p pulai dame
has just I II fl Mlilfl I i( 10. m:is
at i For sjx months.
"Bel : hi."
GOVKR] Mix r NOTICES
The Stip mdiary and Circuit
Magistral* ^vill leave Nassau
on circuit on the 10 N ivembei
191J.
Mi. T (i Kei 1. me
reli : uph I > p iituii ut has
in- -ii gran d le ive of absence
from the 6 Ii inst to the 1st I >e
cember next.
Mi Victor s Bethel has been
appointed Act in cr in
the Telegraph Department.
I 1 rtober th 1911.
Salisbury, 5. -M ijor I '
M >i 1 ick of the British army
ing i lied while flying
the military aviation
ground at S ilisbury Plain today.
Mis aeroplane suddenly collaps-
ed an I era led to the oai th
the aviator was picked up de id
London. V Ktraordin
ary meeting of the Mar :oni
Company ihe shareholders today
authorized the issue of 500,000
new hie 1' >und shares in 1 on-
nection with the purchase of
Goldschmidt patents.
(in Ifrey Isaai s said that the
.ii: mgenientsconcluded provid
iat in the ent of the Gold-
ichmi It machine proving the
better the British nation should
benefit without extra cost or
risk.
ill'also said that important
lopmenl in the Man.an
enterprises were impending in
the direction of the wireless
nmunication betw..... 1 neat
Britaui and South America.
Paris, 5, The Mont d'Or tun-
nel between France mid Swit
DO YOU
the Importanc <>f pu oap
Do you know 1
Sunli
make clothes whiter, ami worl
lighter? True economy is to
use a pure Soap. Sunlight
Soap is guaranteed
pure, then-lore can-
not destroy your
clot! Preserve
your clothes by
using Sunlight S >ap.
ER BROTHERS
zerland on which boring op< ra
tions were begun nearly three
years ago was pierced today.
London, 6 excite
ment was ere tted in London last
ning by reports that the
1 1 anic had been in collision
when nearing Plymouth.Shear
rived in port e irly tins morn
and reporti i n 1 F tundation
whatever for the reports.
London, 5.It is announced
that Hie king and queen will be
Sp ias >rs at the Baptism of the
. hi born September Bth to the
Duke and Duchessof Roxburgh.
I'mama, 5, Another earth-
quake 1" cure l >n the ithmui at
o'clock tins afterno m.ltjlast
l from ten to 15 seconds.Build
ings were severely shaken bin
apparently nodamagewasd
I'd Pas 1. Texas, 5. M
ids of the battle of Santa
Rosalia in which 4,700federal
troops succeeded in defeating
1.01 in ich 1 Forces, indicate thai
the battle was desperate
leral Sslazer of the federal
forces estimated the total_de.nl
at 700.
T
NOTICE.
lis ia in n itify the Public
ih it I ii ive appointed F lish 1
\ Rolcer, of Sandilandi Village,
to be mj Attoi riej nod to net lor
me, along with my wife, during
an ab*nce from the Colony.
KUTHERLAK D UOIJ.F.
Oetoh.-r 6, 1913.
Wanted
A COMPETENT MAN, to
cars for, and drive, t. mi
of Mules.
j. S. JOHNSON CO.
Octpbei (all, 1913.
ELECTRICITY.
H>USES, Business Places and
and v"I1111 v Ins wired. Con-
tracts taken for any large byilding.
Electric Motors, Fans, Magneto ,
In.n-, etc., repnired.
Skillful Automobile and Motor
Engine repairing.
A Chauffeur if required by any
one.
Mechanical Pipe Fitting, etc.
Ml work satisfactorily done, in
4 manner to smt the most critical.
Add 's- B. M. .1. MASON,
P. O. Ilox 64.
or 'Tribune' office.
Notice.
THIS is to remind the Public
of the Old Stan l(N.S. Elliot's
Jmner Shop) East which is now under the Manage*
ment of
I WHS \. EVANS
CONTRACTOR AND JOINER
Hind made Coffins of every des
cnptim. I am prepared to niv
you excellent Wont. Best of refer
i, For turning etc., see us. W
uilee to satisfy you and ar
Confident that we can suit vot'.R
Fresh Just Arrived
ONION SEEDS from IVnenff
ind ill other Vegetable S 1
AT I'OOTE'S.
499 Bay St
PIGS.
AMERICAN BREED for
at Colebrook's,
Capron'i yard No. 33
I iowdeswell Street,
sd


l H E 1 \< I B U NE
with ;i (1 is:met lack of fitruss. The
Ki.in may feel drowsy, and yel
not srei p w ell.
Whi n i | en m is thus sulTerin<,',
lite hrst (li.-i is a liulit fruit ration
fur b week <>r iwo, wnil plenty "I
water drinking. I Ins will qui
enable tlie system to throw off the
accumulated poisons. The salts and
tli'- acids I i .ii,soil: i
upon the hi lod, and the result o a
marked imi nt in both
health and Spirits.
STANDARD Oil. GO'S
Gasoline
Drums i ro Gallons.
Deliv. red Wharf J. P. Sands
on arrival "Frances E."
Only Five Drums each week.
NOTICI
H\ V I \ (', hern appointed
AGENT fo, MAPES PINE.
APPLE FERTILIZER in
the (Bahamas I am able to supply
customers with same at manu-
facturers price which is $44 per ton
of 8 barrels or $5 50. per barrel of
lbs. F. O. B. New York.
I Ins Fertilizei ca a a Iso be ob-
tained through any D>minissiuo
House in New York, or direct from
M imii K turers at the same pi 1 e,
I shall be glad to take any one
desi.iousol seeing the results ob,
Mined from the use nf tins Inn
Iizt to my cultivation* in Nassau
"Inch must convjm e anyone thai
Mapes Fertilizer is the kind best
sioied to imi -<>il for the grow
p le,
W \l. I Kb- K MOORE.
WT. would dorm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on h^nd ao extensive Stock of HAVANA ( IGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest ivana and Sumatrt
Wrappers,and Havana Fillers throughout.
I h"-' Cigars are manufactured on nui premises by skilled workmen
snd great pains are taken to produce an irticle ol supehoi quality,
rhe success we have met with in the pasl had- us confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseura.
J. I.. SUNDERS X- Co.
Ha\ Street^
22cts.
GAl
1 ii -in I leliverv.
c. c. \AUNIJERS.
Sept em her 1 .1
W W II'11.
ACOMPETEN l REI.I VBLE
CHAUFFEUR. p|ily by
letter, git m.. exp nences and s.d-
ai y required, hi 111
BahamaH I', oit 1 ion C*. I .id.
GEO. L. DAYIS
Ml'-ir LESSONS GIVEN ON
PIANO, VIOLIN,
M \NDOLIN and GUI I \K.
ICOTICK.
' I "*HIS 1-. I 1 inform my PatroUS
1 ind the Public in < JeneiJ
th 11 I have opened my Public
I'lo' S nil! Shop; and am now
n ly to do .uything in the line ot
..... '" OOlli, 111 III' '>1H- V
Pianos tuned and Repaired. G< or new work Horfj
Order, | Shi ,||v Ml work d me
_ Mechanica I
Entertainment*. ,, A ,
67 West sio 11.
I I'..'. "-I Last (Wll ill
BARCAINS AGAIN!
At Williams Wholesale and Retail
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
W
ILLIAMS THE SHOEMAN'ii
gular merchandising," but one wh
^XN':-) place of business is no1 1 trictly to "1
ich is made up <>f two dep irtrrn nts, No. i and No. 2.
e
No. 1 Department
.-imi in accordance with quality.
No. 2 Department
is wl Lock is kept and orders for the various lines are
(I iplicated from time to time and soldundi r the oik pri< 1 system
is where prices in somi ases are as low as jo per cent to 1 1 pei
cent less than the regular prices or what the) really j 1 th.
In this lattei department pure liases are rightly termed
BARGAINS
Thisquestion may arise with sorae.Jn what way is thisNo. 2 Department maintained? Tin answei is simply
this. The Propnetoi buys tbro.i-i. an \ unit uho knows how,of Merchant! who have Failed in business al men lownri
as to warrant this great tuscount en regular prices. He also buys portions of the salvage of stock
of Bo.t. mk! Mums that have been in a fire v->s was done on a recenl occasionl and these are sold atoricea be-
! compel ition. >
1,1 ' ,1"1 u"'s' !l1' ,l"' '- ol business may be clearly dememtrated Williams the Shoeman loecrallv in-
vil i in- pat* .... and the publi. generally to call and see among others the following- Bargains -he is
in receipt of pei last steamer 160 pairs wos. white Canvas bow Pumps. Uegulai price 8s "w bein'asold
at as. 135 pairs wo ;. Grey bu6de Button Ox. I'iei 10s. now being sold at 6s. 75 pairs wos. Pal colt 1 strap
shpp rs Regular Price 12s. now being sold at 8s. 125 pairs Men Ian Calf ButtonOx lies i6s.now being sold
at ids. 250 pairs v olbred Lam.,, Lea. sub: Ox. Ties 6s. now being sold al is
, l; i\ St.
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE A RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
Nassau, X. P..
I
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