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THE T R I B U NE States ten countries will be represented. k London, 13.—The stock e xchanee milter's inquiry into the cir i'unrlstances surrounding the "Introduction" of Ameiican Marconi shares in London, resulted today in the suspension of Percy Francis Heybourn, Alexander Croft and Wm Bagsler, for a period of five years. Washington, 13.—The naval holiday suggested by Winston Churchill was brought up in the house today when Representative llensley got permission to speak an hour to morrow in belnlf of Ins resolution for co-operation by the United States with the plan. November 17th 1913. London, 15.—It seems as if King Cieorge has found it 1 I try to get into the home ru'<' dis pute, therefore the matter is tak IDA on a more serious aspect It is doubtful if any one else can do anything to bring about a solution of this problem. The number of visits that has been exchanged between King George's private secreta'v, 1 id Stanifordham and Premier \s. qu'th Jduring [the past few have strengthened the report tint the kmg found it necessary to try to get the fighting factions to reconcile their differences. London, 15.—It would f.eem that (London is becoming a | city fiom the list of applications for music, dancing and stage pi y licensing, which the London City Council will deal with at the Jannual licenses meeting. The applications reach nearly six hundred. London, 15. -The labour orsjs nixation of England to day are jubilant over the success of their long campaign to secure government recognition of the dockyard niens unions, and they are now planning to obtain similar concessions 1 1 other trades. 'I he Admiralty today officii 11} instructed the Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Authorities that hereafter requests for adjustment of grievances may be presented by committees of employees, London, 15 —The Duke and Duchess of Sutherland are heading the Opposition to the land distribution scheme of Lloyd George. They are the largest land owners in .Britain, having more than 1,300.000 Ren Lloyd George contends that the Duke should cut up his [vast ^forests and wll them at a low rate for agricultural purpose -. Paris, 15.—That Germany wil 1 continue to equip herself for war i regardless of propositions from Kngland or elsewhere to "Take an armament vacation" for a year, and that she is preparing steadfastly not for defence but offence, is the general opinion in France as voiced in the corridors of the chamber of deputies. Newcastle, 15.—John Redmond, the Irish leadc, and his wife were attacked by a suffragette to day while on a train at Durham. A train attendant handed the woman over to the police. Washington, 15. —Instructions j were sent to Charge O'Shaughnessy tonight indicating to him the extent to which the United States will go in re-opening the negotiations With those counsellors of Uuerta who earlier in the day sought to renew the parleys. The position of the A liner ic in Government, however, is that un. ess something t'efinite is promised I by the Huerta officials the reaumplion of the negotiations would be, fruitless. Give Sunlight Soap A TRIAL. No argument in favour of jl t Sunlight Soap is rnore con [r/ vincing than a trial of the 'r/^^ ff Soap itself. Sunlight Soap is made to help, and does help. It makes hard work %  is\. ives rubbing and scrubbing, and docs the work ' and well. Sunlight Soap is a good worker and will save you money, labour. anil clothes. TRY IT. I •wpvr. *.. ENTERTAINMENT or \c\Ts runr>i i;nn\i ATSt. James' Native Baptist 1. .U.M-.-s SCHOOLROOM, j-/\ chapel, Free Tow,., on fu TUESDAY, NOV. i8tb. 1913. ENTERTAINMENT Admission is. Doors open at 7.30 p.m. In aid of Church Funds \\ iNTED. ^MPLOYMEN I by a lions _^keepei oi Took. Appl} at "Tubune Oilier" T J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar (( Ladysmith It is Brand" better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. day, 18th—Admission: Adults (l. Children 3d. Light Refreshments for sale. Doors open at 8 o'clock. NOTICE. HIS is to remind the Public of the Old Stand (N. S, Elliot's Joiner Shop) East Bay street, winch is now under the Management of JAMES \. EVANS CONTRACTOR AND JOINER I land made Coffins of ever) cription, I am pn pai ed to civ< you excellent woik. Best of refer ences, For turning etc., let us, Wi guarantee to satisfy yon ami an confident that we can suit you, WANTED A Spanish Cedar Chest, or <. hi Shingles Best No. 1 Henri 5i 11. Cypress Shingles nt $9.60 per thousand of 20 IHIIKII' Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingfes. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also jiti. Cypress at $6:72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made p gsible by a vei y large purcha 1 sto k arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. STANDARD OIL CO'S Gasoline Drums 110 Gallons. Delivered Wharf J. P. Bandt on arrival "Frances E." Only Five Drums each week. 22cts. GALL. Cash on c. c, Delivery. S U'NDERS. T NOTICE. ills is in inform my P itron< and the Public in Iriiera I that I have op Tied my Public Black Smith Sli. IJ 1; and am nott re tdy to do anything in the line ol General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially \ll work done Mechanically. i\ A. Ilnyler, Bay Street. I. isl (Wha rf) W in st of D 1 wers Apply at" liibune Office" ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER GOODS, Just Received! ILLIAMS I ill. SHOEMAN I las just added to his already large supply in the line, I ngl ish and American I mi ks, English and American Dress -suit Cases (some of which are made of compressfibre.) Kit Bag*, Satchels, Attaches, and Soiled Linen Bags st I' es more interesting lb in ever. I Visons on Hi 1 pi 1 of ti ivelling will do well to visit this |)epartment and make R M!.'I 1 n,n now. Wl 1.1,1 \\K WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL Dl.l 1 \U I MENT. 277. 2711 Hay-street, FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra I.arge as* M t menl of Ilohd iy takes mid 1 andies rjnect bum the Factory such ns Rainbow Mixed ( ) nr I '.111 ing DixuPlaiittdion ()nr I lobby and 25 other different Mixed Cakes at i J cts per ll> Missi d Candies at 18 cts per lb Also the following Cakes in Packages at (> its. Raisin Cookies,o. u. Pfasand Luoch Biscuits. These are unequalcd in quality. AT TOOTE'S



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Nulllus iwliln ins |urnre In verba me.gltri. Being bound lo IWWlf to the Dogma.* >f no Mauler VOL. X. N&Hau, N. P.. Ba.he.ina.8. Monday. November 17. 1915 No. 502 CD SO 3 % —• a rf CD CO o (D LEON E II. DUPI'CH, KlHTDM AND I'RuPBItloB OKKICK %  38 41 tfABKBT STKKKT II N. I'., F.AHAMA'. 1'. U. Hoi I PUBLISHED I) \l| V. Monday, Wednesday ami Friday— tingle copy ... |d. Tuesday Thursday and Saturday— tingle op* ... ... id Weekly < }<] Monthly i.4r first insertion ; three nance pan lina f'H son'i 111 ifltSTtion: and mil' |n 11 v pai ime fur (ubaaquanl 1 iteri Adverttaamenti under eight lines 4s. 'I li<* Fallowing letter from \l ssi -. Pick ford f tit %  Toronto National Kxhibi'iou thai yout Exhibit at I oronto this ye >r has been awarded a Gold Medal. Same w ill be f<>rwarded to you as soon as received. Very few individu >l aw irds were iiveil at the Toronto Exhibition this year, same being cut out as much as possible at all large Exhibitions uon Yours trulv Pii KIORD & BLACK (Signed) per C. S. PIi KFORD J Daring the latter pari <>f last week, many of the Ladies nt the City Merc busily occupied denning up the store at the corner of George and King Si reels which is lo be used ii connection with the Ladies Self Help Association, which is to be formally openeri by Mrs. liaddnn Smith, President, on Fridiv, tilt atst 111st. His Excellency the Governor will be present at the opening. We wish the Association success. On iheVendue Wharf it accfl nu l-tting a huge heap of Old Cans, I ins, B >tiles, (re, which by order of the Board of Health, is being brought from the premises in the City and Suburbs. The idea of having them removed from the yards is a good one, but why not take them further into the interior of the kland. It is a vei v uisightly looking condition on the wharf referred to. We are told that a vessel is to be bired to take and dump them out side the harbour, But when ? Why allow such an accumulation? Why COt take smaller quantities, in a Smaller rr ift ? If tlies" old vessels 811 bieed ng grounds fof mosquitoes, why have them in the *ery centre.f the City ? The "Imperial Theatre" will give, this evening, the play from Ouidat "Undei Two Flags," for the last lime. Those who were not able to see tins well repioduced play on Friday, evening, should not miss tins opportunity, ( hher good reels will also be given. The Motor "Frances I." arrived o 1 •Saturday night fioin Mi 1 ill %  Foreign mails per Frances E will be closed on Wednesday 19th at 8 a.m. The Schooner "Lady Shea" arri veil on Thursday last from Nipc Bay, Cuba. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" Regulations for the storage of IgploMvesare published f >rgenera I information. Rules for the Telepraph Departin-lit h.ve been published, A Notice respecting Forest Fires is published for general information. A List of unclaimed letters re m lining in the Post Office is p iblished. Foreign \l ills pei Miil Steamer Seguranca will be closed 0.1 Fiiday 51st at 10 a.m. I teriiisul.tr Mails for Spanish W.'ils, Harbour Islam!, Eleutliera Andros, Abaco, Exuma, Long I., Giand Bahama, Bi minis, and Berry Islands will be closed on FriJ dav 21st at 2 p.m. f Dear Mr. Editor. The Moior Schn"FranceS L" arrived yesterday morning i. e. she was in the Harbour quite early. She may have airived Saturday night, nevertheless she was heie early yes terday (Sunday) with a huge mail, Two batches of mails were on board ofhar.sinceowingto stormy weather, she has lost one trip. The public, because the Colonial Hotel) ii not yet opened, were not given their unimportant letters. We hear th it the Governor in Council, decided it was unnecessary to op-n the Post Office to deliver m tils until today. Why Mr Editor? Aie not our letters, as important ti us, as to the American Visitors ? I shall take notice Mr. Editor, when the "Miami" begins to run to sec if this Strict observance of the Sabbath is maintained. Yours I rulv. CORRESPONDENT. IMPERIAL THEATRE Monday Nov. 17 DON'T FOUGET TONIGHT IS YOUR LAST CHANCE OF SEEING "Under Two Flags" BYOtHDA. OTHER REELSAND PRICES 6d. gd. is CABLBGR VMS Lima, 13.—Late official dispatches Confirm the reports of disastrous earthquakes on Friday in Abaocay Province, More than 200 peisons were killed and thousands are homeless. London, 13.—The International conference on safety at sea will hold its opening meeting at the foreign office to morrow Besides England and the United


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Nulllus iwliln ins |urnre In verba me.gltri.
Being bound lo IWWlf to the Dogma.* >f no Mauler
VOL. X.
N&Hau, N. P.. Ba.he.ina.8. Monday. November 17. 1915
No. 502
CD
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CD
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(D
LEON E II. DUPI'CH,
KlHTDM AND I'RuPBItloB
OKKICK 38 41 tfABKBT STKKKT
II N. I'., F.AHAMA'.
1'. U. Hoi I
PUBLISHED I) \l| V.
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday
tingle copy ..... ... |d.
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday
tingle op* ... ... id
Weekly .........<}<]
Monthly ......i.4 Quarteilv ........41.
Half Yearlv ........8.
Veafiv ... ... |At
CAY ABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Hair-.: Six penes per line
(<>r first insertion ; three nance pan lina
f'H son'i 111 ifltSTtion: and mil' |n 11 v pai
ime fur (ubaaquanl 1 iteri
Adverttaamenti under eight lines 4s.
'I li<* Fallowing letter from \l ssi -.
Pick ford by the Exhibition Committee of
the Bahamas Chamber of Com-
merce :
I opy
Halifax \. S.
3rd Nov. IQIj
The Exhibition Co umittee
Bahamas D. W. I.
I tear Siis,
We have been notified by Ibe
Authorities >f tit Toronto Nation-
al Kxhibi'iou thai yout Exhibit at
I oronto this ye >r has been awarded
a Gold Medal. Same w ill be f<>r-
warded to you as soon as received.
Very few individu >l aw irds were
iiveil at the Toronto Exhibition
this year, same being cut out as
much as possible at all large Exhi-
bitions uon .
Yours trulv
Pii KIORD & BLACK
(Signed) per C. S. PIi KFORD
J
. Daring the latter pari <>f last
week, many of the Ladies nt the
City Merc busily occupied denn-
ing up the store at the corner of
George and King Si reels which is
lo be used ii connection with the
Ladies Self Help Association,
which is to be formally openeri
by Mrs. liaddnn Smith, President,
on Fridiv, tilt atst 111st. His Ex-
cellency the Governor will be pre-
sent at the opening. We wish the
Association success.
On iheVendue Wharf it accfl nu
l-tting a huge heap of Old Cans,
I ins, B >tiles, (re, which by order
of the Board of Health, is being
brought from the premises in the
City and Suburbs. The idea of
having them removed from the
yards is a good one, but why not
take them further into the interior
of the kland. It is a vei v uisightly
looking condition on the wharf re-
ferred to. We are told that a vessel
is to be bired to take and dump
them out side the harbour, But
when ? Why allow such an accumu-
lation? Why COt take smaller
quantities, in a Smaller rr ift ? If
tlies" old vessels 811 bieed ng
grounds fof mosquitoes, why have
them in the *ery centre.f the City ?
The "Imperial Theatre" will
give, this evening, the play from
Ouidat "Undei Two Flags," for the
last lime. Those who were not
able to see tins well repioduced
play on Friday, evening, should not
miss tins opportunity, ( hher good
reels will also be given.
The Motor "Frances I." arrived
o 1 Saturday night fioin Mi 1 ill.
Foreign mails per Frances E will
be closed on Wednesday 19th at 8
a.m.
The Schooner "Lady Shea" arri
veil on Thursday last from Nipc
Bay, Cuba.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
Regulations for the storage of
I- gploMvesare published f >rgenera I
information.
Rules for the Telepraph Depart-
in-lit h.ve been published,
A Notice respecting Forest Fires
is published for general informa-
tion.
A List of unclaimed letters re
m lining in the Post Office is p ib-
lished.
Foreign \l ills pei Miil Steamer
Seguranca will be closed 0.1 Fiiday
51st at 10 a.m.
I teriiisul.tr Mails for Spanish
W.'ils, Harbour Islam!, Eleutliera
Andros, Abaco, Exuma, Long I.,
Giand Bahama, Bi minis, and
Berry Islands will be closed on FriJ
dav 21st at 2 p.m.
f
Dear Mr. Editor.
The Moior Schn"FranceS L" ar-
rived yesterday morning i. e. she
was in the Harbour quite early. She
may have airived Saturday night,
nevertheless she was heie early yes
terday (Sunday) with a huge mail,
Two batches of mails were on
board ofhar.sinceowingto stormy
weather, she has lost one trip. The
public, because the Colonial Hotel)
ii not yet opened, were not given
their unimportant letters. We hear
th it the Governor in Council, de-
cided it was unnecessary to op-n
the Post Office to deliver m tils un-
til today. Why Mr Editor? Aie
not our letters, as important ti us,
as to the American Visitors ? I
shall take notice Mr. Editor, when
the "Miami" begins to run to sec if
this Strict observance of the Sab-
bath is maintained.
Yours I rulv.
CORRESPONDENT.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Monday Nov. 17
DON'T FOUGET TO-
NIGHT IS YOUR LAST
CHANCE OF SEEING
"Under Two Flags"
BYOtHDA.
OTHER REELSAND
PRICES 6d. gd. is
CABLBGR VMS
Lima, 13.Late official dispatch-
es Confirm the reports of disastrous
earthquakes on Friday in Abaocay
Province,
More than 200 peisons were kill-
ed and thousands are homeless.
London, 13.The International
conference on safety at sea will
hold its opening meeting at the
foreign office to morrow .
Besides England and the United


THE T R I B U NE
States ten countries will be repre-
sented.
kLondon, 13.The stockexchanee
milter's inquiry into the cir
i'unrlstances surrounding the "Intro-
duction" of Ameiican Marconi
shares in London, resulted today in
the suspension of Percy Francis
Heybourn, Alexander Croft and
Wm Bagsler, for a period of five
years.
Washington, 13.The naval
holiday suggested by Winston
Churchill was brought up in the
house today when Representative
llensley got permission to speak
an hour to morrow in belnlf of Ins
resolution for co-operation by the
United States with the plan.
November 17th 1913.
London, 15.It seems as if
King Cieorge has found it 1
I try to get into the home ru'<' dis
pute, therefore the matter is tak
IDA on a more serious aspect
It is doubtful if any one else can
do anything to bring about a solu-
tion of this problem.
The number of visits that has
been exchanged between King
George's private secreta'v, 1 id
Stanifordham and Premier \s.
qu'th Jduring [the past few
have strengthened the report tint
the kmg found it necessary to try
to get the fighting factions to
reconcile their differences.
London, 15.It would f.eem
that (London is becoming a |
city fiom the list of applications
for music, dancing and stage pi y
licensing, which the London City
Council will deal with at the Jan-
nual licenses meeting.
The applications reach nearly
six hundred.
London, 15. -The labour orsjs
nixation of England to day are jub-
ilant over the success of their long
campaign to secure government
recognition of the dockyard niens
unions, and they are now planning
to obtain similar concessions 1 1
other trades.
'I he Admiralty today officii 11}
instructed the Portsmouth Royal
Dockyard Authorities that here-
after requests for adjustment of
grievances may be presented by
committees of employees,
London, 15 The Duke and
Duchess of Sutherland are heading
the Opposition to the land distri-
bution scheme of Lloyd George.
They are the largest land own-
ers in .Britain, having more than
1,300.000 Ren
Lloyd George contends that the
Duke should cut up his [vast ^for-
ests and wll them at a low rate
for agricultural purpose -.
Paris, 15.That Germany wil1
continue to equip herself for war i
regardless of propositions from
Kngland or elsewhere to "Take an
armament vacation" for a year,
and that she is preparing stead-
fastly not for defence but offence, is
the general opinion in France as
voiced in the corridors of the cham-
ber of deputies.
Newcastle, 15.John Redmond,
the Irish leadc, and his wife were
attacked by a suffragette to day
while on a train at Durham.
A train attendant handed the
woman over to the police.
Washington, 15. Instructions j
were sent to Charge O'Shaughnessy
tonight indicating to him the extent
to which the United States will go
in re-opening the negotiations With
those counsellors of Uuerta who
earlier in the day sought to renew
the parleys.
The position of the A liner ic in
Government, however, is that un. !
ess something t'efinite is promised I
by the Huerta officials the reaump-
lion of the negotiations would be,
fruitless.
Give Sunlight Soap
A TRIAL.
No argument in favour of
jl t Sunlight Soap is rnore con
[r/ vincing than a trial of the
'r/^^ff Soap itself. Sunlight Soap
is made to help, and does
help. It makes hard work
is\. ives rubbing
and scrubbing, and
docs the work
' and well.
Sunlight Soap is
a good worker
and will save you
money, labour.
anil clothes.
TRY IT.
I
wpvr. *..
ENTERTAINMENT
or \c\Ts runr>i i;nn\i ATSt. James' Native Baptist
1. .U.M-.-s SCHOOLROOM, j-/\ chapel, Free Tow,., on fu
TUESDAY, NOV. i8tb. 1913.
Entertainment
Admission is.
Doors open at 7.30 p.m.
In aid of Church Funds
\\ iNTED.
^MPLOYMEN I by a lions
_^keepei oi Took.
Appl} at "Tubune Oilier"
T
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
((Ladysmith
It is
Brand"
better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
day, 18thAdmission: Adults
(l. Children 3d. Light Refresh-
ments for sale. Doors open at 8
o'clock.
NOTICE.
HIS is to remind the Public
of the Old Stand (N. S, Elliot's
Joiner Shop) East Bay street,
winch is now under the Manage-
ment of
JAMES \. EVANS
CONTRACTOR AND JOINER
I land made Coffins of ever)
cription, I am pn pai ed to civ<
! you excellent woik. Best of refer
ences, For turning etc., let us, Wi
guarantee to satisfy yon ami an
confident that we can suit you,
WANTED
A Spanish Cedar Chest,
or <. hi
Shingles
Best No. 1 Henri 5i 11. Cypress
Shingles nt $9.60 per thou-
sand of 20 IhiikII'
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingfes.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
jiti. Cypress at $6:72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made p gsible by a vei y
large purcha
1 sto k arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
STANDARD OIL CO'S
Gasoline
Drums 110 Gallons.
Delivered Wharf J. P. Bandt
on arrival "Frances E."
Only Five Drums each week.
22cts.
GALL.
Cash on
c. c,
Delivery.
S U'NDERS.
T
NOTICE.
ills is in inform my P itron<
and the Public in Iriiera I
that I have op Tied my Public
Black Smith Sli.ij 1; and am nott
re tdy to do anything in the line ol
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially \ll work done
Mechanically.
i\ A. Ilnyler,
Bay Street. I. isl (Wha rf)
W!
in st of D 1 wers
Apply at" liibune Office"
ANOTHER SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LEATHER
GOODS, Just Received!
ILLIAMS
I ill. SHOEMAN
I las just added to his already
large supply in the line,
I ngl ish and Ame-
rican I mi ks, Eng-
lish and American
Dress -suit Cases
(some of which are
made of compress-
fibre.)
Kit Bag*, Satchels, Attaches,
and Soiled Linen Bags st
I' es more interesting lb in
ever.
I Visons on Hi 1 pi 1 of
ti ivelling will do
well to visit this |)e-
partment and make
R m!.'i 1 n,n now.
Wl 1.1,1 \\K
WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL
Dl.l1 \U I MENT.
277. 2711 Hay-street,
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra I.arge as*mtmenl of
Ilohd iy takes mid 1 andies
rjnect bum the Factory such ns
Rainbow Mixed
()nr I '.111 ing
Dixu- Plaiittdion
()nr I lobby and 25 other different
Mixed Cakes at i j cts per ll> Missi d
Candies at 18 cts per lb Also the
following Cakes in Packages at (>
its. Raisin Cookies,o. u. Pfasand
Luoch Biscuits. These are unequal-
cd in quality.
AT TOOTE'S


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