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i h £ i'kl l\ u iv' tells him he needs a rest. Obtaining leave of absence, they gn up into (lie mountains on a shooting hip, the professor going, however, ua. vviJI in i.' I v. Arriving at their d s' ination. thev meet Diana D-ane. Hie profensor. who is very modest, is shocked at seeing a woman going about with a pun, and refuses to foim her acquaintance. Having received lessons in shoot. ing from Robert*, tin pi ifessnrsallies forth one morning, Tilled with high hopes. Seeing what hesupposes to be a wildanim il, he aim and fires add shoots off Diana's lam Oshanter Cap. The unfortunate professor lays all Hie blame upon Ins spectacles, and talcing ihem off be throws them down and tumps upon them swearing never to weai Ihem again. This action appeals to the humourous side or Dianas nature and she forgives hj m Once home again the professor mopes and mourns and is fji| e( j on |y with tboughtsof her. Ri hertsagain noticing his condition. ;, ,,\\, | lMS upon a plan to cheer up his friend; he returns to thelmounton hotel and writes ;i lore fell i the ,„„ fessor, singing Dmn is n un to it, I lie piofessor receives n, j s nV erwhebned with j .v an l si down and answers it.writii lostsentimental and effusive < pistle, thing which Roberts had iv.. .... ,| „.' on. Visiting l, im Roberts is • ,ld |,\ the profeaorof the lett,., i,. r ,.,., Vl .,| and hisaiiswer.and 11w • iv ath. lelic trainer is so overc with laughter thai he has g.e.it tnuhle in explaning the j ike he h is pi ,\ ,-,l upon him. Horror-stricken, the poor professor begs Roberts In un I the ,| ,,,, ,,_,,. be has done, by going altei and re gaining the letter brfori sh receives it. Roberts iefuses and the pro. fessor siaits off on the mission himself. I lis m onft I<• n nd the scrapes hefbiMfs bi>ps II i fore he regains Ins letter u • i I mosi to a frazzle, and whe i ai I i-t |,,. s compelled, llirnugh FOTI i, ru ,,. stances to surrend-'i i %  ., f u | lllls sive to Diana, he is r id\ to I ,ini gway, Mut when he disc we:* t> bis amazement, tbatDia 1.1 lik th tone of Ins lelt >r, an Railey her mistaken whereabouts. 'I he tabli fi now are lumeil, fur |, P bribes have im'HIliled In th • Cost of Jin entire wardrobe, H ii ev is reforme I. IMPERIAL THF.ATKE TO nighT My Wife's Away IHURR Ml) COM I. Whs. I i WHAT II \PPENS The Professor's Dilemma A NIGH I I IR \ CO >D L\L iH 6 1. ')!. I-. CAHI RCiR WH W l. would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on rund an extensive Stock of 11 \V \\.\ CIGARS We guarantee our brand to be made of the fines, Havana and Su'mntrrW-rap| i rs.and Havana Killers throughout Nese Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen "IMfgrei t pains are taken to produce an a, i ii le of superior quality I he success we have met with in the past leads us onlidentlv loexpect the patronage of connoiseurs. J. L. SAUNDERS $ Co. Bar Street. i greater attraction even than the horse show held at the tame place during the height of the season, Pittsburgh to.—Crippling Iran, spot tat i HI facilities .in,i pnistra. ting wire communicaiion over a wide Hrea, an extraordinary snow, sleet and wind storm visited tins section today and continued tonight. During the day ten inches of snow fell, four inches more than evet fell during any November Since l8W>. In. MVWIFKS 4 WAY; H ;RRVH Pompous \)r rfiiley v\ is ., | V| „, known the wholew .rl I iver. Plen. ly would he iprifl do < mown, but li"t"a cent would Inat home. \|.s Bailev iv m'.s i dress, M, |j, | ev s iyi "no." Many ;ire th srhe .. women can conn wl when ill i want n Iress [She makes Bailey believe she has gone tn her motliei afier I" 'aging an old colored marrmy • e ire for the home. Bill the ( %  %  November taih 1013 London, 10. -The !i 1 1 dists h iv* adopt %  I suffr.i gel le t*ci ics and havedeci id 101 pposi all lib eial candid lies ;.nd 1 rinse iii*m .• hearing at pnbbc meetings until .limes l.arkm. leadei ol the striking IMS'I ti i-|ini workeik, who leeeni ly wi s -1 ntei red In sewn months impusourlienl it Doblin, is leleased, I'listol, i I in const 1 uclion • .I the V mdi r'alt ^vmlicates 1 ndld.lte f.11 \ up hon Ills \\ ill b'' begi 1 I %  enibei 20th, it was learned. \l,dt\. to Rear \dmiral IV.•!. .oid other officei s ol the Am rican battleship Wyoming today vere guests of 1 he'Governor '.'v\eral, Sir Henry Ruildie. London, to. -Suffragettes mi le an'thei demonstration vest?rdaj at the service it S| P ids.' At 1nierv.1L th v I •-,.t singing '". ul av* \i K-1 \ .oid ^\ 1. via Pankbtirsi, who are liejn 1 persei uted foi Const ieiu s iir," 1 oiid-m, Ki -The twelfth roe national motoi show opened at %  1111.1 I.ist week, ami is provng VV ishingl ineuts from nounced by today. Thai he re idy to within a da expectation \b X rin ca n.il ankwei muniraiion ed w ith mi on, 10, — No develop Mexico City were an the state de| artmenl Ihe administration will in ike its next move y or two is the general and ne \s bom the pital ,is to lluerta's filo the American con of a week ago is ,1 M ai lensa interest, ENTERTAINMENT \ rsr.MAHY'SSi I IDOL ROOM ON I'HURSDAY 13th 1913 TO COMMENCE \ l 8p.m. ADMISSION is. J C. COAKLEY'S PennyCig*ar "Ladysmith Brand It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of As excellent quality. STANDARD OIL GO'S Gasoline Dm ins no Gallons. Delivered Wharf J. I'. Sand on arrival "Frances E Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. Cash on Deliver} L. t SAUNDERS Shingles Beat No. i Uf.irt 5in. Cypress Shingles .it ^9.60 per thousand <>l JO bundles I discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -al 0 5111. Cypress at $6.73 per thousand of a 1 bundles. This price made possible bya very large purrhase. I' resh sti 1 h arriving evei y wi ek. C. C. SAUNDERS. ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS. Jutt Received; W ILLIAMS rHE SHOEMAN I las just adder] to ins already large upply W the line. In. Ii-li and Ainein in I iiinks. Enj. |i*h and AIM rican Dress sun i ,-, vps (so 1 1 \\ Inch are mm Ir nl comprsa^ lili Kit Dag*, Satchels, Attache*, and Soiled Linen Ii igi .it Prices more interesting iban ever. Persons on the euof travelling will do veil 10 visit "his IV. p 111 inrii t and make .1 selection now, WII.LIWI-' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LI PAR1 WENT. 2 77. ^70 liay-stie. t, GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON LI wo, VIOLIN, M WDOL'.vJ and GUITAR. Pianos tuned and Repaired Orde % %  ? taken for Private Entertain mtnts, 07 West street. i



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Nulliua tvddfctus |virare in verba mevglatri. Being bound to iwe&r to the Uoimm >f no Master. VOL. X. Nsu, N. P.. Be.hn.ine.8. Wedneaday. November 12. 1913 No. 298 ll ^ LEON K H. Dl'l'i c II, b DITOR IN U I'miptlkiub OmCP (H 4| MA UK I I' -TKKKT X.i. Mil X. I'.. I.AIIAMAS. I'. (I '.'.< • PlIUIJSIIKD l)\ll.\ Monday, VadnMdny ami Priday — Sing li CO|i) ... . ... Jil. Tuesday rhursday n.\ Saturday— If cpi ••• id Weekly ... ... 4 Jd ^1<> ithl) ... ..IS, 4d Quarte. I\ 4 *. Half Yearly 8 s. Veanv ... ... i PAYABLE IN ADVA NCR. Advertising Rates: Six panes per hue f.u fu-i insertion ; tluee pence per line t. .r second insertion; ami one penny pei line fni subsequent inter I ions Advertisement* undo eii/ht lines is. The Dredgi i we are pleased In .find, having been thoroughly overhauled is in Commission again, I In.iu'inullur.iI men utilize (lie in itet' ii dredged from the Ilarbour foi iimir Linus nnd garden*, and they are always anxious to gel it As soon as 'he Dredgei begins and es the -lull mi die chicks, and a hut menu, carts are seen ION hastily, and curling ii into the tubui bs. In some places, nn Ihe recently concteted sidewalks, where pine p iles have dec lyed and l i"i replaced I \ concrete poles, ihe plai i whe*e wooden m isti wire :-m ved from, have never be.n cemented, and grass is growing therein This Ivaks careless as though nn one is looking after ihinusand should l>e retni died prompt ly, Where are ihe Benchi for whii Ii the House of \ seem hi y made a I ilver a I apairopri ition lasi session ? I l.e Toutiit Season i I isi approachinii, and n iabout tune ih.it these public conveniences were in then p'aci-s. Our public places are not in inn pe iple wh it they might I" f 'i rei i%  11 %  HI, because there are no watt or testing places there, (iei a iii'.w mi you please newly appointed board of Public Wo At ill-(Miner uf li iv St. • ri• 1 Vic toria Ave. there isnn empty TelepiiMi e Wire Keel which has !>een standing there for some 5 or 6 weak*, Ii lo*ajacnreles*|tosay the least of it, and at the same time takes up the s|> ice winch is needed at that point, where the street is not as wide as 1-, needed fur the vehicular iraflV passing that way. AiiiuiM ibiles it other vehicles have beeo seen to be compelled to stop to pass each other, if more than 2 happen at this spot at the same time. An effort is beintj made to im prove 1! e road leading to the Queens St si reuse* One ats, spars, stone, now] deposited there. We observe with regret that it is now being used for the purpose of cracking stone 'or adj iceni ro id repairs. The stone should be cracked in the Suburbs before being hauled into the City. Ihe New.Street Scavenger, is at it early and late, and is performing ike wink aell and to the satisfai tii.n ol everybody. He tells us however, thai for the past few mornings, when the Llectrii Lights h ive 11 >t been turned wn at night, in consequence of the full moon, that he is mi ible to commence his "sweeping of the I itv" till after six o'clock, whereas lie otherwise would begin between .1 soil -,. V\e would suggest thai lie L'glitins Air li'irit \, i.<\ the newly appointed Flectnc Board, grant the Scavenger permission to switch on the Lights ^f eat Ii section, and switch them oil ay.nn, at he goes along from block to block. He is with liii men personally supervising the work, and we carl see no harm to accrue frtsm such a Course. We. commend him for his < fl >tt to saeep the City early, before the business places open up, and we think that every facility should be given him, nay every effort should be made t > assist him. I he Mail Steamer "Vigil incia" arrived in New York at 5 o'clock yesteul iv morning. 'Trances E anived in Miami this • orn n". Ihe Bahamas Police Band Concert will be given on the Library Green at 4 15 to-morrow afternoon. Programme The Old Salt", March Valse Rag Gavotte "Sweet Illusions'; "Rhinoc ms 'Lou.se Xlir Descriptive "The Darkies Jubilee" Valse "Dreaming" Polka "Jolly Blacksmith" Two Step "Waiting for the Robert L. Lee." God Save the King. W. COEN, Bandmaster. sT The Light-house Fender "Carnarvi m" steamed for Sombrero and the intermediate Bahamas lighthouses yesterday. The Schr "William H Albury" arrived this morning from Miami, with lumber and and one passenger. -Mr. Theodore Cartwright. The Schr "Sarah D. Douglas" arrived tins morning from Miami with ice, lumber and shingles and nine passengers, Messrs, Joshua Darling, Levi Moss, Richard I hompson, William Seymour, John E. Culmer, York l'inder, Thomas Pratt, Richard Smith, and Alfred Many. •P A series of leclures upon vital topics will be held in what is known as "Kemp's Marine Stoie" on Folly I till in the Eastern District, beginning Thursday night November 13th at 7 0 clock. All are welcome. Admission free. J 'Ihe "Impei ial TheaUe" will give to night among other*, the very amusing Keels, a synopsis of which follows, .-see advertisement in another column. On Friday the play from Ouida'a great woik "Under both Flags" will be presented. See to-morrow's issue. THE I'lv'Ol ESSOR'S DILEMMA Professor Phillips is overworked and unable to proceed fuither with a scientific work which he has in preparation, Roberts, the athletic trainer of the college, visits him, and, realizing his condition, kicked bis secretary out of the room and


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Nulliua tvddfctus |virare in verba mevglatri.
Being bound to iwe&r to the Uoimm >f no Master.
VOL. X.
Nsu, N. P.. Be.hn.ine.8. Wedneaday. November 12. 1913 No. 298
ll

^

LEON K H. Dl'l'i c II,
b DITOR IN U I'miptlkiub
OmCP (H 4| MA UK I I' -TKKKT
X.i. Mil X. I'.. I.AIIAMAS.
I'. (I '.'.<
PlIUIJSIIKD l)\ll.\
Monday, VadnMdny ami Priday
Sing li CO|i) ... . ... Jil.
Tuesday rhursday n.\ Saturday
If cpi id
Weekly ... ... 4Jd
^1<> ithl) ... ..IS, 4d
Quarte. I\ ........4*.
Half Yearly .......8s.
Veanv ... ... i
PAYABLE IN ADVA NCR.
Advertising Rates: Six panes per hue
f.u fu-i insertion ; tluee pence per line
t. .r second insertion; ami one penny pei
line fni subsequent inter I ions
Advertisement* undo eii/ht lines is.
The Dredgi i we are pleased In
.find, having been thoroughly over-
hauled is in Commission again,
I In- .iu'inullur.iI men utilize (lie
in itet' ii dredged from the Ilarbour
foi iimir Linus nnd garden*, and
they are always anxious to gel it
As soon as 'he Dredgei begins and
es the -lull mi die chicks, and
a hut menu, carts are seen Ion
hastily, and curling ii into the
tubui bs.
In some places, nn Ihe recently
concteted sidewalks, where pine
p iles have dec lyed and l i"i re-
placed I \ concrete poles, ihe plai i
whe*e wooden m isti wire :-m ved
from, have never be.n cemented,
and grass is growing therein This
Ivaks careless as though nn one is
looking after ihinusand should l>e
retni died prompt ly,
Where are ihe Benchi for whii Ii
the House of \ seem hi y made a
I ilver a I apairopri ition lasi session ?
I l.e Toutiit Season i I isi approach-
inii, and n i- about tune ih.it these
public conveniences were in then
p'aci-s. Our public places are not
in inn pe iple wh it they might
I" f 'i rei i- 11 hi, because there are
no watt or testing places there,
(iei a iii'.w mi you please newly
appointed board of Public Wo
At ill-(Miner uf li iv St. ri 1 Vic
toria Ave. there is- nn empty Tele-
piiMi e Wire Keel which has !>een
standing there for some 5 or 6
weak*, Ii lo*ajacnreles*|tosay the
least of it, and at the same time
takes up the s|> ice winch is needed
at that point, where the street is
not as wide as 1-, needed fur the
vehicular iraflV passing that way.
AiiiuiM ibiles it other vehicles have
beeo seen to be compelled to stop
to pass each other, if more than
2 happen at this spot at the same
time.
An effort is beintj made to im
prove 1! e road leading to the
Queens St si reuse* One letters have been published *Ug
gesting that Union Street, which
lends thereto should also be im-
proved, and we have now to suo-
gewt that Union Street abutment
also should lie cleared of the I) >ats,
spars, stone, now] deposited there.
We observe with regret that it is
now being used for the purpose of
cracking stone 'or adj iceni ro id
repairs. The stone should be
cracked in the Suburbs before be-
ing hauled into the City.
Ihe New.Street Scavenger, is at
it early and late, and is performing
ike wink aell and to the satisfai
tii.n ol everybody. He tells us
however, thai for the past few
mornings, when the Llectrii Lights
h ive 11 >t been turned wn at night,
in consequence of the full moon,
that he is mi ible to commence his
"sweeping of the I itv" till after
six o'clock, whereas lie otherwise
would begin between .1 soil -,. V\e
would suggest thai lie L'glitins
Air li'irit \, i.<\ the newly appointed
Flectnc Board, grant the Scaven-
ger permission to switch on the
Lights ^f eat Ii section, and switch
them oil ay.nn, at he goes along
from block to block. He is with
liii men personally supervising the
work, and we carl see no harm to
accrue frtsm such a Course. We.
commend him for his < fl >tt to
saeep the City early, before the
business places open up, and we
think that every facility should be
given him, nay every effort should
be made t > assist him.
I he Mail Steamer "Vigil incia"
arrived in New York at 5 o'clock
yesteul iv morning.
'Trances E anived in Miami
this orn n".
Ihe Bahamas Police Band Con-
cert will be given on the Library
Green at 4 15 to-morrow afternoon.
Programme
The Old Salt",
March
Valse
Rag
Gavotte
"Sweet Illusions';
"Rhinoc ms
'Lou.se Xlir
Descriptive "The Darkies Jubilee"
Valse "Dreaming"
Polka "Jolly Blacksmith"
Two Step "Waiting for the Robert
L. Lee."
God Save the King.
W. COEN, Bandmaster.
sT
The Light-house Fender "Carnar-
vi m" steamed for Sombrero and
the intermediate Bahamas light-
houses yesterday.
The Schr "William H Albury"
arrived this morning from Miami,
with lumber and and one passen-
ger. -Mr. Theodore Cartwright.
The Schr "Sarah D. Douglas"
arrived tins morning from Miami
with ice, lumber and shingles and
nine passengers, Messrs, Joshua
Darling, Levi Moss, Richard
I hompson, William Seymour, John
E. Culmer, York l'inder, Thomas
Pratt, Richard Smith, and Alfred
Many.
P
A series of leclures upon vital
topics will be held in what is
known as "Kemp's Marine Stoie"
on Folly I till in the Eastern Dis-
trict, beginning Thursday night
November 13th at 7 0 clock.
All are welcome. Admission free.
J
'Ihe "Impei ial TheaUe" will give
to night among other*, the very
amusing Keels, a synopsis of which
follows, .-see advertisement in ano-
ther column.
On Friday the play from Ouida'a
great woik "Under both Flags"
will be presented. See to-morrow's
issue.
THE I'lv'Ol ESSOR'S DILEMMA
Professor Phillips is overworked
and unable to proceed fuither with
a scientific work which he has in
preparation, Roberts, the athletic
trainer of the college, visits him,
and, realizing his condition, kicked
bis secretary out of the room and


i h i'kl l\ u iv'
tells him he needs a rest. Obtaining
leave of absence, they gn up into
(lie mountains on a shooting hip,
the professor going, however, ua.
vviJI in i.' I v.
Arriving at their d s' ination. thev
meet Diana D-ane. Hie profensor.
who is very modest, is shocked at
seeing a woman going about with
a pun, and refuses to foim her ac-
quaintance.
Having received lessons in shoot.
ing from Robert*, tin pi ifessnrsal-
lies forth one morning, Tilled with
high hopes. Seeing what hesuppos-
es to be a wildanim il, he aim and
fires add shoots off Diana's lam
Oshanter Cap. The unfortunate
professor lays all Hie blame upon
Ins spectacles, and talcing ihem off
be throws them down and tumps
upon them swearing never to weai
Ihem again. This action appeals to
the humourous side or Dianas na-
ture and she forgives hjm.
Once home again the professor
mopes and mourns and is fji|e(j on|y
with tboughtsof her. Ri hertsagain
noticing his condition. ;, ,,\\, |lMS
upon a plan to cheer up his friend;
he returns to thelmounton hotel
and writes ;i lore fell i the ,
fessor, singing Dmn is n un to it,
I lie piofessor receives n, js nVer-
whebned with j .v an l si down
and answers it.writii lostsenti-
mental and effusive < pistle, thing
which Roberts had iv.- .... ,| .'
on. Visiting l,im, Roberts is ,ld |,\
the profeaorof the lett,., i,. r,.,., ,Vl.,|
and hisaiiswer.and 11- w iv ath.
lelic trainer is so overc..... with
laughter thai he has g.e.it tnuhle
in explaning the j ike he h is pi ,\ ,-,l
upon him.
Horror-stricken, the poor professor
begs Roberts In un I the ,| ,,,, ,,_,,.
be has done, by going altei and re
gaining the letter brfori sh receives
it. Roberts iefuses and the pro.
fessor siaits off on the mission him-
self.
I lis m on- ft I- < n nd the
scrapes hefbiMfs bi>ps II i fore he
regains Ins letter u i.....Imosi
to a frazzle, and whe i ai I i-t |,,. ,s
compelled, llirnugh Foti i,ru ,,.
stances to surrend-'i i , ., fu| lllls
sive to Diana, he is r id\ to I ,ini
gway, Mut when he disc we:* t>
bis amazement, tbatDia 1.1 lik th .
tone of Ins lelt >r, an ly lives him, liis j,.< i inn i,.,
cribed. .t being unit in | ,,.| |||s
method of expi ssn,- n Mll ,(,!,,
i ,
ored mammy is none other th ir
Mrs. Bailey herself. Wall the aid of
a cousin who is an actress she
blackens up and protends to be
both deaf and dumb
Railey plans gri yt sport p
th it she's away. I le h n a Poker
Parly. Tba colored mammy bee
kons him aside and writes him n
note which savs, "I I leTI yout
wife," Bailey slips a lull in i ei
hand. So Follow many little hi u k-
maili of a comical turn until he
comes home with a troop nf actors
and actresses J a lousy gets the
better of her and, Wllll a broom
and duster, she routes them all,
and mates known i > Railey her
mistaken whereabouts. 'I he tabli fi
now are lumeil, fur |,P, bribes have
im'HIliled In th Cost of Jin entire
wardrobe, H ii ev is reforme I.
IMPERIAL
THF.ATKE
TO nighT
My Wife's Away
IHURR Ml)
COM I. Whs. I i WHAT
II \PPENS
The Professor's
Dilemma
A NIGH I I IR \ CO >D
L\L iH
6 1. ')!. I-.
CAHI RCiR WH
Wl. would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on rund an extensive Stock of 11 \V \\.\ CIGARS We
guarantee our brand to be made of the fines, Havana and Su'mntrr-
W-rap| i rs.and Havana Killers throughout
Nese Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
"IMfgrei t pains are taken to produce an a, i ii le of superior quality
I he success we have met with in the past leads us onlidentlv loexpect
the patronage of connoiseurs. '
J. L. SAUNDERS $ Co.
Bar Street.
i greater attraction even than the
horse show held at the tame place
during the height of the season,
Pittsburgh to.Crippling Iran,
spot tat i hi facilities .in,i pnistra.
ting wire communicaiion over a
wide Hrea, an extraordinary snow,
sleet and wind storm visited tins
section today and continued to-
night. During the day ten inches
of snow fell, four inches more than
evet fell during any November
Since l8W>.
In.
MVWIFKS 4 WAY; H ;rrvh
Pompous \)r rfiiley v\ is ., |V|,
known the wholew .rl I iver. Plen.
ly would he iprifl do < mown, but
li"t"a cent would In- at home. \|.s
Bailev iv m'.s i dress, m, |j, |ev
s iyi "no."
Many ;ire th srhe .. women
can conn wl when ill i want n
Iress [She makes Bailey believe
she has gone tn her motliei afier
I" 'aging an old colored marrmy
e ire for the home. Bill the (.!
November taih 1013
London, 10. -The !i 1 1 dists
h iv* adopt I suffr.i gel le t*ci ics
and havedeci id 101 pposi all lib
eial candid lies ;.nd 1 rinse iii*m .
hearing at pnbbc meetings until
.limes l.arkm. leadei ol the strik-
ing Ims'i ti i-|ini workeik, who
leeeni ly wi s -1 ntei red In sewn
months impusourlienl it Doblin,
is leleased,
I'listol, i I in const 1 uclion
.I the V mdi r'alt ^vmlicates 1 n-
dld.lte f.11 \ up hon Ills
\\ ill b'' begi 1 I ' enibei 20th, it
was learned.
\l,dt\. to Rear \dmiral IV.!.
.oid other officei s ol the Am -
rican battleship Wyoming today
vere guests of 1 he'Governor '.'v\-
eral, Sir Henry Ruildie.
London, to. -Suffragettes mi le
an'thei demonstration vest?rdaj
at the service it S| P ids.'
At 1nierv.1L th v I -,.t singing
' '". ul av* \i...... K-1.....\ .oid ^\ 1.
via Pankbtirsi, who are liejn 1 per-
sei uted foi Const ieiu s iir,"
1 oiid-m, Ki -The twelfth roe .
national motoi show opened at
1111.1 I.ist week, ami is provng
VV ishingl
ineuts from
nounced by
today. Thai
he re idy to
within a da
expectation
\b X rin ca
n.il ankwei
muniraiion
ed w ith mi
on, 10, No develop
Mexico City were an
the state de| artmenl
Ihe administration will
in ike its next move
y or two is the general
, and ne \s bom the
pital ,is to lluerta's fi-
lo the American con
of a week ago is ,1 M ai l-
ensa interest,
ENTERTAINMENT
\ rsr.MAHY'SSi I Idol ROOM
ON I'HURSDAY 13th 1913
TO COMMENCE \ l 8p.m.
ADMISSION is.
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCig*ar
"Ladysmith Brand "
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
As excellent quality.
STANDARD OIL GO'S
Gasoline
Dm ins no Gallons.
Delivered Wharf J. I'. Sand
on arrival "Frances E "
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts.
Cash on Deliver}.
L. t SAUNDERS
Shingles
Beat No. i Uf.irt 5in. Cypress
Shingles .it ^9.60 per thou-
sand <>l jo bundles
I discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -al 0
5111. Cypress at $6.73 per
thousand of a 1 bundles. This
price made possible bya very
large purrhase.
I' resh sti 1 h arriving evei y
wi ek.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS. Jutt Received;
WILLIAMS
rHE SHOEMAN
I las just adder] to ins already
large upply W the line.
In. Ii-li and Aine-
in in I iiinks. Enj.
|i*h and Aim rican
Dress sun i ,-,vps
(so 1.....1 \\ Inch are
mm Ir nl comprsa^
lili
Kit Dag*, Satchels, Attache*,
and Soiled Linen Ii igi .it
Prices more interesting iban
ever.
Persons on the eu- of
travelling will do
veil 10 visit "his IV.
p 111 inrii t and make
.1 selection now,
WII.LIWI-'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LI PAR1 WENT.
277. ^70 liay-stie. t,
GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON
LI wo, VIOLIN,
M WDOL'.vJ and GUITAR.
Pianos tuned and Repaired
Orde? taken for Private
Entertain mtnts,
07 West street.
i


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