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T J li i: I R I B II NE TT NOTICE 'pi \!>i RS ill be received by 1 the undersigned for the purcli ise -if nil ili.it i x i lenl ti f the laif Lew i1,01 %  in thp Easterr I >.-• i of lie I-i and which said M • w in the occupation of I*. M. Knowles Esq. R. W. PRITCHARD, Chambers, Nasi in, \. P. Oct. ioth., 1913 IMPERIAL' THEATRE Friday Oct. IO. A beautiful 2 Reel Feature by (Rex) Paul and Virginia Adapted from St. Pierri immortal novi I A Is OTHER IX I ERESTING RE1 LS COME AND SEE Excursion MpRANCES h." sail •F Harbour Island Saturday night, Oc t o b e r 11 th, at 11 o'clock. Leaves Harbour Island, | p.m. Sunday. Ten Shillings Round Trip. Particulars and Tick Office FR VNCES E. Oct. 8, 1913. Wanted A COMPfi IT \ r M \\\ to Care for, and Irivt, .1 te un >f Mules |. s. JOHNSON CO. O :tobet 6th, 1913. HOUSE FOR RALE N I i• •. . i I '. u i I an I • ll \oi STANDARD OIL COS Gasoline I >rums no Gallons. Delivered Wharf J. I'. Sand on an ival "Frani es £." Only Five Drums each waek. 22cts. GALL C h on 1 teliverv, i . SXUNIJERS. Seipteml 191 |. W l". would iform all who uppreciali fi that We n >w have on 1 ,n.l an extensive Stn I, ..I 11 IVAN \ 1 l('. IRS. We ml 1 !e in. 11 1.1 if tie !i %  .. -1 Havana awl Nimntrf Wiappers, aill Havana 1'illeis throughout. Ill l re manufactured on out premfces hv skilled worl and ins ii-' t il.in to 1 luce an article ill MI|IITI'U i] 1 ility, 'Ih' -1 in %  '-.v.e h.ive met it li m I In|, ,sl I. a,!-. 11%  ml; ill mlt.u-xp. r! the pal 11 mage ol connoiseurs. J. L. SALNDKKS \ Co. li.iv Street. Virginia Davis—Breach Compulsary Education Act—Order made. Malvinia Armstro ig Broach Compulsory Educat on .Ac ()rder made. Julia Adderli y B oacli Compulsory Edu< ation Acl (Girl at>"\ e School age limit)— 11 misMartha Brice ad Bernice 11 a -"it Breach Compulsory Education Act -(children sick) — Dismissed. Rachel Coekburn—Breach %  pulsory Education Ai I %  11 Pendant i 1 A Ijd. sine die %  VHI E< iR VMs Washington, 7.-A starl was mad" bj Presi lent Wilson today on his anti-trust programme for the I lei embi r session of 1 I |e had .1 long confi 1 with s atoi New lands, chairman 1 'l the inlei mission w hich handles ti legislation in the No Al 7. N ''ii'lias 111 -'; 1 .1 I I ,1 %  i n, two miles ol territory next to 1 A 'a %  destroyed No lives wi re lost, 1 % %  bun r bee niol-! islieil an. I 1;.. %  llhtg tonigl I W 7.\t of tl by tl parliament today ofYu tnSh %  kai aPi all tlic powers that have ie 'i already \ mg tie coin rneinorat ion of the luuidredth j ear of p betu ci'ii 'I in I niteii States and (neat Britain. Madrid 7. — The internal ional : at itfinal siiti u>di n • intended the Man tl ir 11/atinn of commercial laws, 1 pecially with regard to bills of exchange and checks. London, /.---The British committee haissued ;:n appeal I throueh the newspapers for a public subscription of$3oa oon 1 to enable the cacrj ing out of theBritisli program in connection with the An jli••American pe r. ntenai j — the erection of a memorial in Westminster Abbey the purchase oi Sulgrave Manor. and tlic foundation of a chair of Anglo-American I listory. October 10th 11)13. Piedras 'Negias Mexico. <~ Without firing n shot federal^ 0 !diets late to 1 1 v took possession "' this city, ('ol.in, B, \ si a ly of JpHlagra in the West Indies is lo be m ide by the British expert, Dr Louis %  ii, ..I thLond MI School of Tropical medicine, who today left here for Trinidad, Km. I !..pi 1 ivisiims of the "Ca and Mouse set" appears ti 1 apply 1 nly to militant Buffi 1({etti -, : 1 m le prisoner ho adopted tin 1 1 le of obtaining Freed ".I to die today in lio'lfnul jail. The prisoner, Alimprisoned fur tIn ft, nnniiun :ed hiipteniion of ^ 111 iger.sti ike". No -it lempl H as mule to feed him forciblv. '-Ii.n [ion, s —Three new h it tleship ; %  p nt onate numI'.-r MI id torpi : 'lie aim of 111 1 lot) in sli pints itnaval t '! %  v Itn the Deceri sessioi With ih* ii!.', 111 of three lust naval off! i ils hope '.'' !" %  sume (t to Great Hi 1i.-iin in 11-ival fi :;tli, S"Utli \ -<• %  '"ii." of 21 diyburd labour was pronoune %  % %  I in la^ mi 11 my Kemp, \ iTi-rn %  niiT who iag himi y on I'narii the steamer Oi*eanic on her laii st voyage horn '• VorK. Montn 1 -. Sir (ii Inert Parker 1 .1 ndi in No< 1 list, and I-. R, |1 son, >h : 1 Acl or, n ceived ih" deu I Dnctoi ->i Laws (rum Met id' I %  .. %  !,,v No oihi I,,svei been thus honoured in North \mi rica. — — — • London, 8. -I he militant siifTrateites u.T" t .1 IN temporarily det pi vi I 1 I lie i;i-"t ,,f their autiinn canipmgii nf r>ne of tin o 100-1 noted leaders, Mise Vnme K -i '"' h Kei ;."•., w I... iv.i.11 iest%  1 '" ' in of a London music hall 111 ill* course of a meeting in in 1 M m .,t { tii,. ,, %  ommence. mellt ol lili-l || ,,.,_ I wo men, one of them a rlrgy> man, an i ven w 1 men were also arrested. Concid, \. 11, 8,— Jovcrnor 1 has uranted the request of I I. in? 1 hat .1 1 ision on the extra dition of I'haw from New Hainp* -line be p 'stp.ii.'d until after the investigation now being conducted by New York authorities is completed. The extension is until Oct. 20. JI



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IT V) o 7) 0) CO •i-H J3 < CD NvilHus e.ddictuB |\iri\rc in verba ma.gislri. Beinu bound lo swi to the Do|m&t if no Mtvslcr VOL. V Nassnu, N. !.. Ba.he.mas. Fridny. October 10. 19 H No. 260 LEON %  I L'M (II. V -I'M I |,-|, OWN I ,, \i.\u: KT TI.'M 'i iu V ''.. i1 I'l HI.ISIII'.D I) \IIA '.I '.-\, \l !: %  • i.l'. .III.' Fl M ii g \t c ij>; I i I I Ini, -il.u .. i. •' i. I ,i v — tingle tVeekty vfoutbi) Suartert) Hall Yca'rlv Veai iv .IV., I I'.' I* X V A IM P IV X It' A AMvcttiM -^ix pence per liur fur lu-t insertion < line %  >i ><'i mid in—iii< in: ami imi|*-iiu\ j"'i hnr foi lu S I • i 'I* iniiler i We lire ota that Win lei I I'II graph f, o inmunica turn has heen i 'II i i ii. N.!--, HI. j I line u;,s ,i verv large nudience at III" M.md COIKI i' I isl i I he pi. • %  _'• .i: ii mi-, VI llicll WHS ii \ "i v was extri nely well rendered, I InMvnuriie HI ins • i in' Selecti HI I'. n"i i' . Mi" V.H ,i> I Imiiiin --<111 "Win II (he bird? ban in I" Sing" %  A i I ISO I 'I J I I II i n I .. milMI II Plf E Xl I 11'IH It's I IIII ii'V.'l Mill .in I Mrs 'I iddon-Sruith were pre and we also noticed L'api, I %  %  i 'nine nf the p is* ngers of I lie* "VlgllariCia" I he in i'il nl a good band stand i~ iiiurli talked about. I lie Mail Steamer "Vfgilancia %  steamed for N k ibis afier. noon, with i!i.f 111..wi.i %  _: pwssen. gers.— Ad -.1 and Mis II. W. • irinn -I Mr. F. (.'.. Walton : Misses Kilnli Reeve* North, n I in I) IVIS ; \|is. In II Vli" ; Messrs.! Ii ,ili -. A tod Mulgi ive Lowe. f8) The MMI Steamer "'"•eg ii" ii i'il f • ir I 'i it ;i %  .n a Mi I Puerto Mexico yesterday, afternoon. J Harbour bland, September 24, 1913. Dear Mr. Editor, Our town wasfull oflife on un(I iy morning, the JTst, w in il Fi inces I.." entered our tir H iih 1H.• 11 %  too passengers, I you 1 Ii it 11 %  %  ive us niiicli p'" "in i1.. many of • ••ii felli >w I pspeciuliv Messrs, lames G. Kelly, i\ I. K I ly, and Vllan \ Kelly, wi'h I families, who are much esteemed gr.il many here We v^ ere HISO pie i-"'l tft set 1 Junior, I.''' rlei !.. AI bury, l--(], and his vi rfe, but 1 irry 1I1.11 hivisit was MI "'•in .1 Sun cl y, IA 10I1 pit \i 1. T • • I ii-. I showing him theh moui hedeserv( % %  I and frlis lanl when we will he enabled to show them how much we apprelinn action HI 1 lit-> %  matier, l '.ni hat gave 11s most j' -v v is to find Hi1 ill" "Frances I-.." had brought .1 in.nl ilirnugili which I veil s e i mpoi ini! lei ten). HMII these letters nol be< n sent by 1I11oppoitunity they would nol I until ih 27th, and I would nut Ii I able lo %  -r iliein inn il >*Vtnhei ^ ;i differ 1 IH e l i.) ii When in NII* iu sn tin agh, I spoke 10 1 Inpr< si ni l'. istmnstei, ;.|v nl 1 Ins vi \in..1 • | btH HIIhnugh lie had be n inted Inhad not yet taken up hi 1 1 hnwevjrr, he promised to give the inAttei his ;i f 1 < %  11 mil, nnd this prove* 1l1.1t he IIHS been is gocid us his w.iul. We Inve, to thank nut good <"i ivernor, or whoevi r may be II • ponsiole, for hat ing 1 |i|> % %  M • -1 such 1 rnan as"CharlesO.'Anderson, I • % %  I h' hi:. Ii Hiil rI position. We feel sure ih ft he is II %  1 igbt man in the nghl place Yours 1111K •. HARBOUR ISLXNDER. N.is-.iu. \". P., 2()tli Sept, 1613 Rditoi Tribune i Sir: It seems th.it on one hand tire vigilance of the C, M. O, and the Sanitary Inspector knows no bounbs, nnd on the other abrupt riegligenoe prevails. In walking one sees \, rd* being raked and .ill taken t" si 1 c .loanliness.bul what about the streets ? Il is really isting t" s-e the condition of the strei Is, lanes and alleys,in the suburbs and about, ft, seems that although the "Obnoxious Health Bil'1" was thrown out, it is still being enforced, I cannot remember the day when iln ir appeared such a hideous amount of I rash and rubbish in tin* strceis of tlie S lulhi rn lit irict. If Ihc orders of the l ii'.-iiih .mi'.in I MI-S .!'(• obeyed by lhe people t hej ihould i"'i I iheii part by causing the nuisance to be re noved. I do not like to complain, nci d i I like controversies, but give us fail pi.iv. Vout s WILLO'VViSJ 1 *r IN" THE MAGISTRATES COURT Sept. _•>> Jos. Johnson—Drunjk and .: profane language m street — 10s. t)f 8 'lays. Clarence Morrison -Larceny <>f 7 1' at growing on land ot Jeremiah Saudilands Situate in the Eastern District ol N. P.— One mouth and 10 strokes on In-, discharge. j; lii: trani Mortimer*— Drunkami using profane and null' ini language in street. II. Resisting Constable Cooper while iii lite execution of his duty 011 same occasion £\, or 16 da\s. Tercvas Munroe — Using profane ami indecent language in Btrei t I OS., or 8 days. Manuel W'hitehead—Drunk in street — 4 days, Joshua 11 "i si -itBreach Rule .? 1 nf iha Public Market Rules, ,s. Ol I ill\Ophelia (harrows, Jane FurArabella Thompson, Diana llall ami Mbertba Davis Breach Comory I'.iiiii.i'. i"n \ 1 Each 1 is. Susan Bethel and Julia Millet —Breach Compulsory Educa; t i<>n Act (children ill) Dismissed. I


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NvilHus e.ddictuB |\iri\rc in verba ma.gislri.
Beinu bound lo swi to the Do|m&t if no Mtvslcr
VOL. V
Nassnu, N. !.. Ba.he.mas. Fridny. October 10. 19 H
No. 260
LEON I L'M (II.
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tVeekty
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Suartert)
Hall Yca'rlv
Veai iv
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. I'.'
I* X V A IM P IV X It' A
AMvcttiM -^ix pence per liur
fur lu-t insertion < line
'>i ><'i mid iniii< in: ami imi- |*-iiu\ j"'i
hnr foi lu
S I. i 'I* iniiler i
We lire ota that
Win lei I i'Ii graph f,oinmunica
turn has heen i 'ii i i ii. N.!--, hi.
j
I line u;,s ,i verv large nudience
at III" M.md Coiki i' I isl i
I he pi. _' .i: ii mi-, VI llicll WHS ii
\ "i v was extri nely well
rendered, I In- Mvnuriie hi ins
i in' Selecti hi I'. n"i i' which was very fin*, anil called
f.nili .hi encore which w i^ reap I
,l |i>. Mi" V.H ,i> I Imiiiin --<111 '
"Win ii (he bird? ban in I" Sing"
A i I ISO I 'I J I I ii i n I .. milMI
II Plf E Xl I 11'IH It's I III- I ii'V.'l Mill
.in I Mrs 'I iddon-Sruith were pre
and we also noticed L'api,
I i 'nine nf the p is* ngers
of I lie* "VlgllariCia"
I he in i'il nl a good band stand
i~ iiiurli talked about.
I lie Mail Steamer "Vfgilancia
steamed for N k ibis afier.
noon, with i!i.- f 111..wi.i_: pwssen.
gers.
Ad.....-.1 and Mis II. W. irinn -I .
Mr. F. (.'.. Walton :
Misses Kilnli Reeve* North, n I
in I) ivis ; \|is. In ii Vli" ;
Messrs.! Ii ,ili -. A tod Mulgi ive
Lowe. f8)
The MmI Steamer "'"eg ii"
ii i'il f ir I 'i it ;i .n a Mi I Puerto
Mexico yesterday, afternoon.
j
Harbour bland,
September 24, 1913.
Dear Mr. Editor,
Our town wasfull oflife on un-
(I iy morning, the JTst, w in
il Fi inces I.." entered our
tir h iih 1H. 11 too passengers,
I you 1 Ii it 11 _ ive us
niiicli p'" "in i- 1.. many of
ii felli >w I pspeciuliv
Messrs, lames G. Kelly, i\ I. K I
ly, and Vllan \ Kelly, wi'h I
families, who are much esteemed
' gr.il many here We v^ ere
hIso pie i-"'l tft set.....1 Junior, I.'''
rlei !.. AI bury,
l--(], and his vi rfe, but 1 irry
1I1.11 hi- visit was mi "'- in .1 Sun
cl y, ia 10I1 pit \i 1.t I ii-. I
showing him the- h moui hedeserv-
(I and fr 'i help he
our oilier two ntatives,
Messrs w. C. I'.. .1 4wvi and Dr.
1. 11, Jiiliuson in the fight lo oh
taill the gr nit for our Regidi
which is much steed rl.but we hope
thai the 1 jme m i\ noi be l ir >lis
lanl when we will he enabled to
show them how much we appre-
linn action hi 1 lit-> matier,
l '.ni hat gave 11s most j' -v v is
to find Hi- 1 ill" "Frances I-.." had
brought .1 in.nl ilirnugili which I
veil s.....e i mpoi ini! lei ten).
HmiI these letters nol be< n sent by
1I11- oppoitunity they would nol
I until ih 27th,
and I would nut Ii i able lo
-r iliein inn il >*Vtnhei ^ ;i
differ 1 ih e l i.) ii '
When in Nii* iu sn tin agh,
I spoke 10 1 In- pr< si ni l'. istmnstei,
;.|v nl 1 Ins vi \- in..1 | btH hI-
Ihnugh lie had be n inted
In- had not yet taken up hi 1 1 .
hnwevjrr, he promised to give the
inAttei his ;i f 1 < 11 mil, nnd this
prove* 1l1.1t he Iihs been is gocid us
his w.iul. We Inve, to thank nut
good <"i ivernor, or whoevi r may be
II ponsiole, for hat ing 1 |i|> m -1
such 1 rnan as"CharlesO.'Anderson,
I I h' hi:. Ii Hiil r- .....I
position. We feel sure ih ft he is
II ' 1 igbt man in the nghl place
Yours 1111K .
HARBOUR ISLXNDER.
N.is-.iu. \". P.,
2()tli Sept, 1613
Rditoi Tribune i
Sir:
It seems th.it on one hand tire
vigilance of the C, M. O, and the
Sanitary Inspector knows no
bounbs, nnd on the other abrupt
riegligenoe prevails. In walking
one sees \, rd* being raked and .ill
taken t" si 1.....c.loanliness.bul
what about the streets ? Il is really
isting t" s-e the condition of
the strei Is, lanes and alleys,in the
suburbs and about, ft, seems that ,
although the "Obnoxious Health
Bil'1" was thrown out, it is still
being enforced, I cannot remember
the day when iln ir appeared such
a hideous amount of I rash and
rubbish in tin* strceis of tlie
S lulhi rn lit irict. If Ihc orders of
the l ii'.-iiih .mi'.inimi-s .!'( obeyed ,
by lhe people t hej ihould i"'i I
iheii part by causing the nuisance
to be re noved.
I do not like to complain, nci d i
I like controversies, but give us
fail pi.iv.
Vout s
WILLO'VViSJ1
*r
IN" THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
Sept.
_>> Jos. JohnsonDrunjk and
.: profane language m street
10s. t)f 8 'lays.
Clarence Morrison -Larceny
<>f 7 1' at growing on land ot
Jeremiah Saudilands Situate in ,
the Eastern District ol N. P.
One mouth and 10 strokes on
In-, discharge.
j; lii: trani Mortimer*
Drunk- ami using profane and
null' ini language in street.
II. Resisting Constable Cooper
while iii lite execution of his
duty 011 same occasion \, or 16
da\s.
Tercvas Munroe Using pro-
fane ami indecent language in
Btrei t I OS., or 8 days.
Manuel W'hiteheadDrunk
in street4 days,
Joshua 11 "i si -it- Breach Rule
.? 1 nf iha Public Market Rules,
,s. Ol I ill\-
Ophelia (harrows, Jane Fur-
Arabella
Thompson, Diana llall ami
Mbertba Davis Breach Com-
ory I'.iiiii.i'.i"n \ 1 Each
1 is.
Susan Bethel and Julia Millet
Breach Compulsory Educa;
ti<>n Act (children ill) Dismiss-
ed.
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NOTICE
'pi \!>i RS ill be received by
1 the undersigned for the pur-
cli ise -if nil ili.it i x i lenl ti land forming a p-irt of the Instate
<>f the laif Lew i- 1,01 , in
thp Easterr I >.- i of lie I-i
and which said M w in the
occupation of I*. M. Knowles Esq.
R. W. PRITCHARD,
Chambers,
Nasi in, \. P.
Oct. ioth., 1913
IMPERIAL'
THEATRE
Friday Oct. IO.
A beautiful 2 Reel Feature
by (Rex)
Paul and Virginia
Adapted from St. Pierri
immortal novi I
A Is
OTHER IX I ERESTING RE1 LS
COME AND SEE
Excursion
MpRANCES h." sail
F Harbour Island
Saturday night, October
11 th, at 11 o'clock. Leaves
Harbour Island, | p.m. Sun-
day.
Ten Shillings Round Trip.
Particulars and Tick
Office FR VNCES E.
Oct. 8, 1913.
Wanted
ACOMPfi it \ r m \\\ to
Care for, and Irivt, .1 te un
>f Mules
|. s. JOHNSON CO.
O :tobet 6th, 1913.
HOUSE FOR RALE
N I i . . \pply
II. 1. RUSSELL.
" I ! Sli.iiiu.'ck"
IViv Street fit v.
1
NOTICE
FRESH FRUTF Just Received
per S. S. "S King
at Reasonable Prices- viz
hes Pears.
California (ira pes.
King Apples.
at
I \S. L. SAUNDERS. ft. CO.
Oct. 8th 1913-
ELECTRICITY.
II OUSFS, Business Places and
1 and Chun lies n ired. 1 mi-
trans taken foi nny large building;.
Electric Motors, Fans, Magnetos,
Irons, 1 1 .. rep tired.
Skillful \lit.....ohile -ind Mot 1
Engine r< paii inc.
\ i'li mffcur il required I y nny
one.
Mechanic*I Pin- I 1 1
\li work s 1'isfiictoi ily cl a in a 1 lie 1 t-i -nit 1 In- m st cut ir 1 I.
Address li. il. I, \l \SO\\
'. B ,.
or 'Trih 1 ' I [ice.
Hotice.
"T^l US is i" remind the Public
1 of the( Mil Stand 1 N. S. E|h '-
Ji nni 1 Shop) E isi |l.i v N
w li 1.I1 1-. now un ii 1 ii,- Man ig-
linmt 1.1
1 \mi:s \. i-vw-;
CONTRACTOR \M' JOINER
I lie.I made t'offios < ,f n ry des
criptli -ii. I 1 hi 1 in | ireil In jjivi
\ ,im e\ p|lent \"i k l'." t of i-'f-i.
.. I 1M iui U-. A'.
gu 11 aiitee ti> i I '. u i I an
I ll \oi .
STANDARD OIL COS
Gasoline
I >rums no Gallons.
Delivered Wharf J. I'. Sand
on an ival "Frani es ."
Only Five Drums each waek.
22cts. gall-
C h on 1 teliverv,
i SXUNIJERS.
Seipteml 191 |.
Wl". would iform all who uppreciali fi that We n >w
have on 1 ,n.l an extensive Stn I, ..I 11 IVAN \ 1 l('. IRS. We
ml 1 !e in. 111.- 1 if tie !i.. -1 Havana awl Nimntrf
Wiappers, aill Havana 1'illeis throughout.
Ill l re manufactured on out premfces hv skilled worl
and ins ii-' t il.in to 1.....luce an article ill mi|iiti'u i] 1 ility,
'Ih' -1 in '-.- v.e h.ive met it li m I In- |, ,sl I. a,!-. 11- , ml; ill ml- t.u-xp. r!
the pal 11 mage ol connoiseurs.
J. L. SALNDKKS \ Co.
li.iv Street.
Virginia DavisBreach Com-
pulsary Education ActOrder
made.
Malvinia Armstro ig Broach
Compulsory Educat on .Ac
()rder made.
Julia Adderli y B oacli Com-
pulsory Edu< ation Acl (Girl
at>"\ e School age limit) 11
mis-
Martha Brice ad Bernice
11 a -"it Breach Compulsory
Education Act -(children sick)
Dismissed.
Rachel CoekburnBreach
pulsory Education Ai I
11 Pendant i1! A Ijd. sine die
VHI E< iR VMs
Washington, 7.- -A starl was
mad" bj Presi lent Wilson today
on his anti-trust programme for
the I lei embi r session of 1
I |e had .1 long confi 1
with s' atoi New lands, chair-
man 1 'l the inlei
mission w hich handles ti
legislation in the
No Al 7. N ''ii'- lias
111 -'; 1 .1 I I ,1
in, two miles ol territory
next to 1 a 'a ! destroyed
No lives wi re lost, 1 bun
. r bee niol-!
islieil an.I 1;.. llhtg to-
nigl I
W 7.- \t
of tl by tl
parliament today ofYu tnSh kai
a- Pi all tlic powers that
have ie 'i already formali\ rec ionize the n I
i\. publii tomorrow.
I nt'i, 7. -Tlic Disciples
of Chi t tonight concluded tl eir
annn ntion to-night
resolutions vi em adopted ap<
pr>\ mg tie coin rneinorat ion
of the luuidredth j ear of p
betu ci'ii 'I in I'niteii States and
(neat Britain.
Madrid 7. The internal ional :
at it- final siiti
u>di n intended the Man
tl ir 11/atinn of commercial laws,
1 pecially with regard to bills
of exchange and checks.
London, /.---The British com-
mittee ha- issued ;:n appeal
I throueh the newspapers for a
public subscription of$3oa oon
1 to enable the cacrj ing out of
theBritisli program in connection
with the An jliAmerican pe
r. ntenai j the erection of a
memorial in Westminster Abbey
the purchase oi Sulgrave Manor.
and tlic foundation of a chair of
Anglo-American I listory.
October 10th 11)13.
Piedras 'Negias Mexico. <~
Without firing n shot federal^0!-
diets late to 1 1 v took possession "'
this city,
('ol.in, B, \ si a ly of JpHlagra
in the West Indies is lo be m ide
by the British expert, Dr Louis
ii, ..I th- Lond mi School of
Tropical medicine, who today left
here for Trinidad,
Km. I !..- pi 1 ivisiims of
the "Ca and Mouse set" appears
ti 1 apply 1 nly to militant Buffi 1-
({etti -, : 1 m le prisoner ho
adopted tin 1 1.....le of obtaining
Freed ".I to die today
in lio'lfnul jail. The prisoner, Al-
imprisoned fur
tIn ft, nnniiun :ed hi- ipteniion of ^
" 111 iger.sti ike". No
-it lempl h as mule to feed him
forciblv.
'-Ii.n [ion,s Three new h it
tleship ; p nt onate num-
I'.-r mI id torpi
: 'lie aim of 111 -
1 lot) in sli pints
it- naval t '! v Itn the Deceri
sessioi
With ih* ii!.', 111 of three lust
naval off! i ils
hope '.'' !"
sume (t to Great Hi 1-
i.-iin in 11-ival fi :;tli,
.
S"Utli \ -< '"ii." of
21 diy- burd labour was pronoune
I in la^ mi 11 my Kemp,
\ iTi-rn niiT who
iag himi
y on I'narii the steamer Oi*ea-
nic on her laii st voyage horn '
VorK.
Montn 1 -. Sir (ii Inert Parker
1 .1 ndi in No< 1 list, and I-. R, |1
son, >h -: 1 Acl or, n ceived
ih" deu......I Dnctoi ->i Laws (rum
Met id' I !..!,,v
No oihi I,,- svei been
thus honoured in North \mi rica.

London, 8. -I he militant siifTra-
teites u.T" t .1 in temporarily det
pi vi I 1 I lie i;i-"t ,,f their au-
tiinn canipmgii nf r>ne of tin o
100-1 noted leaders, Mise Vnme
K -i '"' h Kei ;."., w I... iv.i- .11 iest-
1 '" ' in of a London
music hall 111 ill* course of a meet-
ing in in 1 m m .,t{. tii,. ,,, ommence.
mellt ol lili-l || ,,.,_
I wo men, one of them a rlrgy>
man, an i ven w 1 men were also
arrested.
Concid, \. 11, 8, Jovcrnor
1 has uranted the request of
I I. in? 1 hat .1 1 ision on the extra
dition of I'haw from New Hainp*
-line be p 'stp.ii.'d until after the
investigation now being conducted
by New York authorities is com-
pleted.
The extension is until Oct. 20.
JI-


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