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I II I I K I !'. I k ,,,,. ,i a ih.ee-dayi, s*0; which rosl ihe lives %  pr'b Ihrep score p turned bottom up in mid-lake | o I"" 1 v • wrecked Rumen us > Ihei cr and ,.,,,.,.,i properly li ss whicti will run iiHci the millions. Washington, i I' .1 more Hi n hours Mil iy the rabfnet dis, ussed ever) phase of the M<-\ ic i ition and the roncen&ut i I opinion w is thai the United government should iiol lake a si gle bat '< %  %  I •' p in its anndunc program looking lo Ihe restoration >nsi ituliona I govei ninent, I -Midon, 12.— I 'he Right 11 Stanley (hveu rlw km ister 1 id %  •• was re-elected for the Keig division of Yorksliiie, Wesirid in HIP l>ye.election mule neces b\ his appointment i" the post Solicit! r (ieneral. I i ihe iIn!'!'.i-iineii il light I e w;iv opposed by the Unionist ,\ i s Count Lfcsoelles and 11io La candidate Mr. Itland, London, 12.—The Time', in an editoi ial this nun nine, M e < Premiei Ifcqaith'a utterance %  •'10 thi' I' 111 i-11 attitude Inward M x1111. [i says it will ra I Ihr oni 1 he ^Empire w ith .1 hi satisfaction. I nndon, 13, For t 1 "Jfirsl in the history of E 'I ml 1 > eil man h is been electi I tl 1 >\ 01 of .1 I >i in in-ill. John R, Archer, whose 1 w;is li:Hn 111 the Wei 1 Indies, ton 1CIn elected Ma) or ol Bali by .1 majority <>f 1 vote, Malta, i-'. General ?ir I \! 11 leo I Rundle, ihe t iovei > %  > of Malta, was the pfuesi toilaj luncheon on boa id ill" Wyi 11 R< .11 Admiral Badgi 1 ar the Amei ican 1 'II icers J C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. \17l wnuM iform all who appreciate iG I smoke that we now W have on h^nd an extensive Stock of II \V\N \ CIGARS. We ,,,,,.. %  ...ir brand 1 1 he made ol the t Havana and Sumatre \\', ipp ( rvana Killers ihnmgboui I 1,. e inanuf ictured .in oui pn workmen „ n H ,.,, 1 pains are t ik< n In produce an aiti • iuperioi qu ilily. The success we have met with in the ps ~ onftdently loexpeet P nfcon ^'" Iv 1 SUNDERS 4 Co. Bai Strel I. IMPERIAL I THUrRE Friday Nov. 14 SPECI \l. IT.VITW "Under Two Fla§" IN I W ) REEI s FROM OUIDA KASCINA1 INCi NOVEL NEW Animated Weekly ALL KEELS NEW "Owing More" p\ CHRONIC C ^SE I .1 od. is. W. \. M \ M I \hl R l VKr H D l.-~IU r.s to infoi in Ins fi iends .in I the I'ubli trm lie has outfit of 1,11 i inbusiness ol .in iin;pr, hich p IOS In 'i in .i position to eiaW thai be entrusted t > hrs r ire w ith %  I rsl and p it I I lie my |, .,\ • fo liist class work. STANDARD 0|L C< Gasoline I )i urns no (i illons. Deliv II I Wharf J. P. Sands on an iv.il "I' rani es E." Only Five Drums each week 22cts. Cash "ii I >eli\ C. i. S lUNUEKS. \ n in '1^1 ll> is to remind tin I'u 1 ifilieOld si ii : \. S. KHi 't's l.'iner >t reel, li is now undei Ihe M n i oi I Wlh \. IV \NS CONTR l< I OK \M' JOIN II mil niil' nl every di s cnpiH'ii, I mi pn pired to 'JIM \ i \ pllent "i k, Itei I of n ,. I-'.H lunimu i-" o ffu irantee to sitisf\ you i id an confident i an suit >oi FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra l.m -:< iissortment of II,,ii. I >\ 'l l andies duet i Fioiu Ihe ictory such at Ix'.lllllloW \|.V I C hu h.illlliy I %  v %  ; i .II c in. I hibm HI l 35ol M xi .1 Cal 1 1-'' %  |K Hi Wix^d Candies xt i8 els pei : > \l-" i 1 "' folloM inj Caki s-n P it I ru R ookies, (). U. l J i •nd Lunch Itis uits. I la %  .1 e im 'jualiil in (in ilii \. \ I 11 mi is I 1.1 r 1 RKI1 V. H >l >, hukiness 1' ..ml 1 inn. hm bed, Cont . im ,ni\ I irjje Imildine. 1 trie Motors, Fan M ijjra I .1 ed. Skillful \iii".i 1 l Mot 11 A > h IUUI in 'I requiied I y Kill A I I ess U H. I. VI \S< >\". I'. I or I'lilni'.-' ( >Ri THE WOKLO'S iUDCMCNl in'iki s po v< 11 u l ihe na tnc STANDAKU ENGINE. FOUND. O N rhursd 1V.4H1 *iled I.in. n I' 1 %  • .'i II 1 interesting 'li m |',.,., IB oil |li<* • %  ' %  "I 11 ivellind w ''I ''" v< ,.|| |.| VI, 1 thn I '•|ioiiin'iit and in ike ,, 10lee 1 1 011 now WILLIAM?' WHO. KAI I ^" RETAIL m i'\i;i.Mi'.\r. 277, 270 Hay-stiei 1, GEO.. LDAVIS MUSIC I K-sSONS GIVEN ON RJANO, VIOLIN, M VNDOL'N and GUI I \R. Pianos tu ted and Rep tired Or It .' ike 1 I iv \U Entertainments. (•7 W st street.



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0) o s: 50 CO 00 £ 0 Nvillius cddictus lurare in verbs mn.glstrl. Being bound lo swetvr to the Dofm&i ^f no Master VOL. V. Nassau. N. P.. BahMnas, Friday, November 14. 1913 No. 300 LEON I H. IH'I'I (II. f DITOB HI Peon IITOI OrriCK j |, MARKKTSTRRRT \.i--.lll N. I*., I" Ml M A .'.ii Hoi I >• rUJBMSHED D.MI.Y. Monday, Vednetday ami Friday — •iuglecopj ... ... jd. Tuesday TbticMtat end Aaturday•'• -j\e .-,.|,\ ... ,,| ^kly H J,I Jonthlj u.4d OuBrtefl} < f RalfYearh feat v i' PAY \Hi.iIN i )\A\t I-. Advertising Rate*: Sii peace pet liae fni fir^t i nertinn ; three peace pet line % %  i teconri in* one penny | M in r for -in. %  ?i. MI\^(ll|-.CHIC|l i %  ',,„., )S I In' ne.v lei II Schooner "C ithia" arrived ye* i lay fro n II ir. hour Isl mil ; she comes h ue lo be HI" iu i ii. ,i ni we undersi i her HI nil n v iyage will be to.I ton vide, I l i. j Ml &ntm "Fra i E." Miami trud ly with la pisaengert and a$ hagi of mail. I In Wednesday, al Ch ipman'sj i w i ii.in by Hie name of E u rup, was ii.it in the right i ni in named Melvm Bethel, both of whom are employed al I hapm m's. I he worn in, we I" irn, was t iken t • the II.i,pit ,|, I,D, i, iri W lin w u M i lying ten iii at the ti ne, being M-m y .ned by the \' trse. In 111 1 !'• •< cu try en in in ni in an I l!l e i 'I Hi ii the eye l> %  dress* I, and ill ii id* w, „ ,,, r et u rn the nexi .I iv. The wo n HI w i. taken in In Ihe II pital the nexi day m so •erious I'.in.iiti, I, n,.;i ,, w. ( ; tin ugl.t advisable to ki epberth ROCK SOUND NOTE \ '• rrea^orrde i al Rock Sound writes:— Wl pmf Cm;!. IS "raging N'.irlv ev.-iy child MI ti„. settlement hai n. A rifflerain Ins fallen, but not much v. far If we rWt Have M liule more lam afraid there will %  I imine in this parl .if the dil trim, at oa crop* have been made, and everobodywas looking forward in ihe Ociobei rains, 11' %  > a bless* ing I hai we had a Rood bit of money tospend on roads, etc. October 31st, 1913 N itsau, N. P., X 'iv. 14th 1913 To the Editor of the I'ribune Da ir Sir. Ihe change of ihe hour of the pi lying MI the Police B ind, which is for children, which will in'futura be ren lered once .1 monl h al 4:15 p.m ins'nl of B [i. n. i1 splendid idea. This ch inge was nol only appreciated by the little ones, of which a I irge crowd assembled, but also by men and women who were present. The music rendered yesterday wasbeau 1 ful -Of all the Concerts; %  rd ly's I think w is nt only the %  -' selected, but also the besl r< nd eieil yet Among the pieces tint were appreciated mostly by the children and BISO the men and women was a very beautilul oce, the name ol which is "Wailing foi the Robert E. Lee." I he R ''"'it Iv Lee" w is as a urea 'c p. n tii in of 0111 p ipulal inn know, 1 ship thai w is used {or blockade 1 tinning. When ihe It ind struck up, ths above im ntioned pi< ce.n 't only did the children dance bul also

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Nvillius cddictus lurare in verbs mn.glstrl.
Being bound lo swetvr to the Dofm&i ^f no Master
VOL. V.
Nassau. N. P.. BahMnas, Friday, November 14. 1913
No. 300
LEON I H. IH'I'I (II.
f DITOB hi Peon iitoi
OrriCK j |, MARKKTSTRRRT
\.i--.lll N. I*., I" Ml M A .
.'.ii Hoi i >
rUJBMSHED D.MI.Y.
Monday, Vednetday ami Friday
iuglecopj ... ... jd.
Tuesday TbticMtat end Aaturday-
' -j\e .-,.|,\ ... ,,|
^kly .......hj,i
Jonthlj .......u.4d
OuBrtefl} ........ RalfYearh .....
feat v i' -
PAY \Hi.i- in i)\A\t I-.
Advertising Rate*: Sii peace pet liae
fni fir^t i nertinn ; three peace pet line
'i teconri in* one penny | m
in r for -in. ?i.mi-
\^(ll|-.CHIC|l i ',,., )S,
I In' ne.v lei ii Schooner "C.....i-
thia" arrived ye* i lay fro n II ir.
hour Isl mil ; she comes h ue lo be
hi" iu i ii. ,i ni we undersi i
her hi nil n v iyage will be to.I
ton vide, I l i.
j
Ml" &ntm "Fra.....i E."
Miami trud ly with la pisaengert
and a$ hagi of mail.
I In Wednesday, al Ch ipman'sj i
w i ii.in by Hie name of E u
rup, was ii.it in the right i
ni in named Melvm Bethel, both of
whom are employed al I hapm m's.
I he worn in, we I" irn, was t iken
t the II.i,pit ,|, i,d, i,iri Wlin
w u Mi lying ten iii at the ti ne, be-
ing M-m y .ned by the \' trse. In
1111 !' < cu try en in in ni in an I
l!l e i 'I Hi ii the eye l> dress* I,
and ill ii id* w, ,,, return the
nexi .I iv. The wo n hi w i. taken in
In Ihe II pital the nexi day m so
erious I'.in.iiti, I, n,.;i ,, w.(;
tin ugl.t advisable to ki epberth
ROCK SOUND NOTE \
* ' rrea^orrde i al Rock Sound
writes:
Wl.....pmf Cm;!. IS "raging "
N'.irlv ev.-iy child mi ti. settle-
ment hai n.
A riffle- rain Ins fallen, but not
much v. far If we rWt Have m
liule more lam afraid there will
' I imine in this parl .if the dil
trim, at oa crop* have been made,
and everobodywas looking forward
in ihe Ociobei rains, 11'> a bless*
ing I hai we had a Rood bit of
money tospend on roads, etc.
October 31st, 1913
N itsau, N. P.,
X 'iv. 14th 1913
To the Editor of the I'ribune
Da ir Sir.
Ihe change of ihe hour of the
pi lying mI the Police B ind, which
is for children, which will in'futura
be ren lered once .1 monl h al 4:15
p.m ins'- nl of B [i. n. i- 1 splendid
idea.
This ch inge was nol only appre-
ciated by the little ones, of which a
I irge crowd assembled, but also by
men and women who were present.
The music rendered yesterday
wasbeau 1 ful -Of all the Concerts;
rd ly's I think w is nt only the
-' selected, but also the besl r< nd
eieil yet
Among the pieces tint were ap-
preciated mostly by the children
and bIso the men and women was
a very beautilul oce, the name ol
which is "Wailing foi the Robert
E. Lee."
" I he R ''"'it Iv Lee" w is as a
urea 'c p. n tii in of 0111 p ipulal inn
know, 1 ship thai w is used {or
blockade 1 tinning.
When ihe It ind struck up, ths
above im ntioned pi< ce.n 't only did
the children dance bul also youths and young ladies which
in ide the music more enjoyable
I think if Ihe Concerts were
equally divi led between ihe 1 liild*
ren and adults they would be more
appreciated by evei 1 nne,
(Jive two concerts instead of
11 x p. 11. and instead of one
at 4:15 [i.n give tw 1.
H (tic m 1 mil women want to,
H 'v c in be present in the after-
noon is well is in the evenings but
many of the children can only be
p lenl in the afternoon.
Yours truh
l.l'IKNNK DUTCH.
IN II IF.
MVGISI RAI E'a* COURT
X ivember,
3 John Wilson -Breach "street
TrilTic Rules5s, or 4 days,
Joseph I ihnso 1 Dru ik in Easl
B ly Street 8s. or 6 days,
4.Theresa Tinder and Jimes
Pinder Using langu ige in hearing
of persons in the neighbourhood,
towards Bmilv Knowles, tending
lo a breach of the peace Bound
each in Ibeif own recognizance in
"io, to keep the peace for 3 months,
and pay as. ad. towarJs costs.
Alice PriceBreach the Liquor
Act 18896 or 3 months,
Edwin BaptisteThrowing
stones to the annoyance and danger
of persons on Library Grounds
IOs or q divs.
5.Edward SaundertBreach
Cab i\ctDis nissed.
I lenry Knowles Ditto5s.
6, James Roach and James
WrightDrunk, fighting and us-
ing profane and indecent language
in StreetEach 1, or 16 days.
George HumesWorking horse
in a cart while suffering from
tores10s. or 7 daj -.
James HumesCausing said
horse to be worked in such condi-
11 111 ios or 7 days
Emma Peat Breach Cattle Act
' 2S. 6 I.
8. Robert Carey.On 2nd Nov
ember, instant, feloniously did
break and enter the shop of Willi-
am Cubel Smith, situate inBaillou
1I1II Road, and therein 16 of the
moneys of the said Will an Cubel
Smith, feloniously did steal take
and carry awayA Ijourned to u
November.
The Animated Weekly to hi
given at Ihe Imperial" this even-
ing will contain the following:
I he Blue Ribbon Winners ;
President Wilson leaving Capitol.
Sailing on Ihe Saul. Governor
Colquitt reviews Texas State
Troops. The Prison Ship "Success"
used m 18th century to transfer
prisoners from England to Austra-
lia. Wheels of Commerce, the
lumber industiy. Who's Who in the
Cabinet. Acquatic Sports, Festival
at San Antonio. What's What in
New York. Army Athletes Race.
80,000 Electric Lights. Society at
Meadow brook. The last of theOLI
Scouts"Buffalo Bill" Cody.
Knights 1'emplars I' irade "
CABLEGRAMS
October 14th 1913.
Chicago, 12. The shores of
Lake Superior, Muren, and Erie
to night were strewn with the


I II I I K I !'. I
k,,,,. ,i a ih.ee-dayi, s*0;
which rosl ihe lives '' pr'b
Ihrep score p turned bottom
up in mid-lake | o I""1 v
wrecked Rumen us > Ihei cr and
,.,,,.,.,i properly li ss whicti will
run iiHci the millions.
Washington, i I' .1 more Hi n
hours Mil iy the rabfnet dis-
, ussed ever) phase of the M<-\ ic i
ition and the roncen&ut i I
opinion w is thai the United -
government should iiol lake a si
gle bat '< I ' p in its anndunc
program looking lo Ihe restoration
>nsi ituliona I govei ninent,
I -Midon, 12. I 'he Right 11
Stanley (hveu rlw km ister 1 id
was re-elected for the Keig
division of Yorksliiie, Wesirid
in Hip l>ye.election mule neces
b\ his appointment i" the post
Solicit! r (ieneral.
I i ihe iIn!'!'.i-iineii il light I e
w;iv opposed by the Unionist ,\ is
Count Lfcsoelles and 11io La
candidate Mr. Itland,
London, 12.The Time', in an
editoi ial this nun nine, m e <
Premiei Ifcqaith'a utterance '- 10
thi' I' 111 i-11 attitude Inward M x-
1111. [i says it will ra......I Ihr
oni 1 he ^Empire w ith .1 hi
satisfaction.
I nndon, 13, For t1"- Jfirsl
in the history of E 'I ml 1 >
eil man h is been electi I tl.....1 >\ -
01 of .1 I >i in in-ill.
John R, Archer, whose 1
w;is li:Hn 111 the Wei 1 Indies,
ton 1CIn elected Ma) or ol Bali
by .1 majority <>f 1 vote,
Malta, i-'. General ?ir I
\! 11 leo I Rundle, ihe t iovei > > of
Malta, was the pfuesi toilaj lun-
cheon on boa id ill" Wyi 11
R< .11 Admiral Badgi 1 ar the
Amei ican 1 'II icers
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
\17l wnuM iform all who appreciate iG I smoke that we now
W have on h^nd an extensive Stock of II \V\N \ CIGARS. We
,,,,,.. ...ir brand 1 1 he made ol the t Havana and Sumatre
\\', ipp( rvana Killers ihnmgboui
I 1,. e inanuf ictured .in oui pn workmen
nH ,.,, 1 pains are t ik< n In produce an aiti iuperioi qu ilily.
The success we have met with in the ps !~ onftdently loexpeet
.....P nfcon.....^'"Iv 1 SUNDERS 4 Co.
Bai Strel I.
IMPERIAL
I
THUrRE
Friday Nov. 14
SPECI \l. IT.VITW
"Under Two Fla"
IN I W ) REEI s FROM
OUIDA KASCINA1 INCi
NOVEL
NEW
Animated Weekly
ALL KEELS NEW
"Owing More"
p\ CHRONIC C ^SE
I .1 od. is.
W. \. M \ M
I \hl R l VKr H
Dl.-~IU r.s to infoi in Ins fi iends
.in I the I'ubli trm lie has
outfit of
1,11 i in- business ol .in iin-
;pr, hich p ios In 'i in .i
position to eiaW thai
be entrusted t > hrs r ire w ith
.

I rsl and p..... it I
I lie my |, .,\ fo liist class
work.
STANDARD 0|L C< -
Gasoline
I )i urns no (i illons.
Deliv ii I Wharf J. P. Sands
on an iv.il "I' rani es E."
Only Five Drums each week
22cts.
Cash "ii I >eli\
C. i. S lUNUEKS.
\ n in
'1^1 ll> is to remind tin I'u
1 ifilieOld si ii : \. S. KHi 't's
l.'iner >t reel,
li is now undei Ihe M n
i oi
I Wlh \. IV \NS
CONTR l< I OK \M' JOIN
II mil niil' nl every di s
cnpiH'ii, I mi pn pired to 'jim
\ i \ pllent "i k, Itei I of n
,. I-'.H lunimu i-" o '
ffu irantee to sitisf\ you i id an
confident i an suit >oi
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra l.m -:< iissortment of
II,,ii.I >\ 'l l andies
duet i Fioiu Ihe ictory such at
Ix'.lllllloW \|.V I
C hu h.illlliy
I ' v '; i .ii
c in. I hibm hi l 35ol
M xi .1 Cal.....1 1-'' - |k Hi Wix^d
Candies xt i8 els pei :> \l-" i1"'
folloM inj Caki s-n P it I
ru R ookies, (). U. lJi - nd
Lunch Itis uits. I la .1 e im 'jual-
iil in (in ilii \.
\ I 11 mi is
I 1.1 r 1 RKI1 V.
H>l >, hukiness 1'
..ml 1 inn. hm bed, Con-
t . im ,ni\ I irjje Imildine.
1 trie Motors, Fan M ijjra
I .1 ed.
Skillful \iii".i 1 l Mot 11
A > h iuUi in 'I requiied I y
Kill
A I I ess U H. I. VI \S< >\".
I'. I
or I'lilni'.-' ( >Ri
THE WOKLO'S iUDCMCNl
in'iki s po v< 11ul ihe na tnc
STANDAKU ENGINE.
FOUND.
ON rhursd 1V.4H1 * I Inrse's L'h...... New I'iovi.
e< .,, npen boat, 10
', el White mil ai 'I insnl No
11 ime ,11 in.11 ks to p od to oncr,
I EVI V\ RIl'iH I
\| ing'ove ('.iy
Andros Ulaiid
Lloyd'b Kcgisti r shows this
1 hr powei 1 1 the niajoi ity,
k of the Slan lard
guarantee is the Stan-
dard Motor Con
//, 1 Co., 171 I'u"' St.,
1 City, N. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nassau, N. P.
\ m i'..i ihe Bahamas.
Shingles
Besl No 1 M i:I iin. Cypi
Shingles al $9.60 per ihmi-
s;ind 1 bum
I lisrounts on lots of o'
n [les.
Special Price
also on id<
5m. Cyi l"'1'.
i!i,1 ^ hi.1 of ao bundles, I his
1111 pos ible by 8 very
large pun h 1
I h stock an very
wi ek.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
"ANOIHF.R SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS A\o LEATHER
GOODS. Just Received:
\\ II I I Wis
V\ 1 ill SHOFMAN
II,,, jui .-nl I 'i to iii- a I re idy
p j in Hi" line,
I uLli-li and \ine-
in I runks, I' 11
in
I I,. ,~ -nil 1 B
. .1 w Im h ire
id ol compri
rirtri
Kit !' ik, "''.'-Ii'-I-. Atl hIm'-,
i,,,,l M>iled I.in. n I' 1 .'i
II 1 interesting 'li m
|',.,., IB oil |li<* ' ' "I
11 ivellind w ''I ''"
v< ,.|| |.| VI, 1 thn I '-
|ioiiin'iit and in ike
,, 10lee 11011 now .
WILLIAM?'
WHO. KAI I ^" RETAIL
m i'\i;i.Mi'.\r.
277, 270 Hay-stiei 1,____
GEO.. L- DAVIS
MUSIC I K-sSONS GIVEN ON
RJANO, VIOLIN,
M VNDOL'N and GUI I \R.
Pianos tu ted and Rep tired
Or It .' ike 1 I iv \U
Entertainments.
(7 W st street.


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