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rHE TRI f Gbe tttibunc Thur.dav. Novemher 20. 191* "SISAL DISEASE \kl llllv'S TOWN, CAT ISLAND" B II NE -r The Misses Adderlej deserve Which way to tak led it praise for their highly the question by casting aftcal i :h TO The more we think of it, the re glad u more have a Board iculture with funds at its dispos il. It is true the funds are limited but small money is better than no money at all in su i a We hope thai among other things the Board m ij be able 10 do something in tin w ay ol I mutating the grow i ig ol co nuis I be demand I i nuts inthe she! land foi upra is ly to mi IT,-.i I ej dimensions, and we i glad to see the Bal tting some thing i onsidei il>le out of thejcultivation ol this valui article ol commi It appear? to < that we ild plant pl< ni and not be insistetnd on high prices sive cyclones ha\ %  thimu il off our groves on all nui Now that vegel are being extensive!) u I in plao ol annual fats in ki margarine &c, the nui is great 1\ in demand. Hut, il wi want nji ire than the market urn e. %  \ We are informed Aphis or White ly. that The mentio in our i 15th insi as attacking and killing nut the sisal .a Arthur's Town, was discovered a I I'.xiima in iQ> 5 ; and winch desl OI | I a il tS : di ase is also in c\ id in i Island, and mention is le ol it, by the Commissioner in his repoi t for 1 ist \ i ar, ul is he 11111.'i r ked, "the p iple ird any ic ev il." I i i heek the spread i 1 '.he %  the followii dies iggi sted : the effect) w ith a solution ol Si ap and wati r I )is( ] ve i Ih. common w ashing or y< How S i callous boiling watt r ai ppl\ when ci 2nd 'lake up by the roots an.I remove all mis. place them in heaps sand burn in: Before replanting, ro ground w ith a layer of di in. or l...*!.. .....1 Uuu. luu 5fill .1 >rt, the | .of in ( w i nch will be added t i the I funds of t ii St. Amies Church, PROGR \ M M i. S "Wandtiini Jew"—By the S. \_'li' I iilllll 1 I laiipy f... eg" Miti \l P i .i i emg in 'ii road blows to. He is isfied, but b i it:' starting he siti and rests and eats frugally A handsome aul >m >bile came to a slop nearby. fhere is trouble which has to !>•• remedied A Dial %  By beautiful young w i n in, wise Mi. \::iii.i' I MIM in the ways ol the world, I.I %  I Id. t %  love" Bj %  Duel Bl Yi> In. \ .\I I of (he World' By \i i A. A'lderl M det and M 'I. IN : i RVAL l i 1 Rl I RESHMI NTS. %  '•. ; lent. I IM ul tini \ • -i %  : and others irilt—By 8* Mai G lild. I | '.! IR tiii..* thi R %  Mi. I'.. 1 i • Mr. A *l "Swi el mid I iii. i &f ttvtttiai or %  Will destloy ,| any of the germs winch rna\ be in the gn "Ulld : The dis. nse docs mil n to injure the fibre, and therefore natun d lea ves i i lean[he plants are taki n up. The Mail Sti an i "Si gi ranca" id at suns*I yesterday from I las. ma. mi'" Tv • • useless to us from a busiu j oint of \ aw. If eii.]unies could be ni i possible mai ; and as i the prices Ilknt, and if hints as to i >| culli-' vation I ould I tained from I roper gource: I %  dl me. |f ills') it could shown toculti i ta good bit of profit "H.I.I be got at I The Mail Steamer "Vigilant ia" r >mparatiTil: lo prices it |steamed for Guanlanaiiio, and Aould be of advantage. Santiago, Cuba, at u o'clock It must be iben d that last night. in former days, w hen the — i of cocoa mi!-, was much m | \| ,| ,, | . f?" gr. y ie, thed for them was rived in Miami early this morn< not in arlj i it has ii g now become, and n ilm.> follow that past ladmc iiltflfe Thi' foil..winis the out, and seeing the good lo iking I by him and talks to him. She leains his history and finally persuades him to ace • pa iy her. II i %  the great city with her. S him an introduction to hei bi ther, who gives In. n a positio i in Ins banking establishme I The ways ol the world appi al to Loui -. Hesuo unib easily to the pie i -mi— winch surround him. I le visits the. girl often and H great intimacy springs up be i A en them. <) ie '\^y h king. He beg her not tii offend that way and gi' her a littli hang• aimii .1 l %  %  She is urn %  I by his counsel and ences to fo mk< her II i wa\s ,ii.d to |i ad a of M-I fulness IL : i si idily down and don n despite Ii: f Ullipt ,flo. r: ie, nainie. Kinalh i nes drink be an rxeellenl pro rrarnm \ Imperial" gave n vei y I isi night. The I lamp Ul pi I ter" was one ol l\ els iii,u tend t s\ linpsis Of the l K'ei 1 l-'eatun lollow s ; THE CALLING OF Mu.\ A LOUIS Louis Mona is left to the care and gambling and ruin M hi %  anm it borrow. 11 • shunso 11 Ins fellows, but the e girl is i i | .. %  i hie <\.i\ I a Inispital contagii niIi uses ami i of the monks of tlie iaster\ of nt on charity, He S.m In-, vho have Drought him up w nil luve ami care. I. mis. tl it line is a ( out int niji ai na lit that II, ei in the future Among the ; Mai! Steam, i ia" mi ed bj the disses Almira Tuesday mornin Hon. Muriel bidder! v who we pro%  mne ol an put 'i taintit (| iv.'ii by I St \ :n i I I m the St. Agnes Parish SchtK>lcooin on Tin -'i.,\ i • %  • %  uist. The programme was conduct..I! | llllher do this several tunes. One day he I Ii is is devoted to Ins surroundcaught i I dis i He ings, and who knows nothing mana.1! 1 io h i foi 11 <• last ol the great ouUid • irld, and tim tit the little w ho lias no m, ..i di sue to learn i ros I to hei I and al'uii n in p.isoi,,,i,...ni s to join p.mis Rn( j fj Mi :. but tin I.is. i ml • thai his b.-ni i il 11 luly returns •ni""' I'" "\ I IP must ,,, || M ,,| i i, ,,,. ,,|. >IK j do asothere haved a nd travel applie I i tranct tothemonfoi a \ear m He-vorl I in order aster) He is i In ithi lo il whethi r he i ally lea la life ol It dm is an I to "' %  '" ie a monk.'At tlia forgel I and his one • %  n i ul life twi Ive m mthshe can big "in Cat F. t. \\ i Us Dun ni. M A.. K prep ired and carried Mis. I inn. nit an %  .1 Diinant, oat tin irrangements as well wl (i ha %  ,,:, I also in Engl ind. tributi A -• veral items to the Mr Dun nl i %  pro duti es ol ..I A lorney I The M ry's Guild cont i tieneral, H.G.Malcolm,Esq.K.C.Ibuted lo programme and relinguishing the Acting upimint Mr Georgi W. Davis was al men to thi the 1 'iauo, I into ihi' w a lls of lhe inonastei by applying at the gate at a given ho ir. la the cl|apcl L<'ins kne Is to I.ci ive the blessing ol the good oKI prior, and the IU n esent him with gifts of lo id, m.i and and Ind Inn. I I. Li 'in.-, nervous ol the 11 i tore. rb and finds verj narrow escape Irom death, himself without the wulls of his On Mmday morning very early he left here for Smith Bay I : th mi out at Island oi res| on lent.) I he Bight, Cal l-land, N \ l 1111 loi _;. I' rlttor ol I he I fibune To ( > it Comfnissioner is had a • %  i do his I lo wanders on unt i to a place where th. iwn n 111 he comes a village six miles away to inCl work being done on the



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,., T IL-: T w i H u N p. road ; while joins' at a slow I MII-T, ^ i irse's I ig b cam entangrra i he rope ol .1 : tli.it had be c 11 :\ess\y tel pcross the pi H 1 1 d, md fell, throwing Mr. Bowe s >me fifi feet away, lie fell, sustaining violent blow on his head, right BII >U! 5er and hip b isi I a 1 'reiving two in h ately over and under Ins right 1 1 'l.i'. for • 11 netime quite unconscious until relieved by the 11 >\ of hi i 11 which revi fld 1 nabled lim to totter home where he was put to bed. Up to the time of writing the whole right side is quite useless i many think lie sustained .1 (temporary stroke f paral ^fcj < of ilushod;. ^V' 1 the eveul of Mr. Howe h iv I • ask 1 11 .. vacation, th • government of this Distri t would be left in the able hands %  of Mr. Bi > ;g who we are sure would ver pennit the lawlessness and superstition which the < rstwhile "Acini j Commis i >n 1 of the Artliui • I own Dis'rict" through utter incompeti nr • and pitiful '11 -ss allowed to disgrace the North end, M hile the individu il who "want. to be a Commis %  i 1' %  1 in"; ins borrowed plum like i!i" J daw in "AI Fabli •" o|,|n milt,. 1 \cr\ thing earthly ; In-, ow 11 gloi'. 1 HI Island people nth indebted to ou iutati\e Mr Timothy Culmer fqi a in my thif lion a < 1 : point of vie** he has rn >i fulfilled his electioneering promises to that I i oment made grants for the up keep o| public 1 >ads, ind l digging of wells The sustained id ivity of Mi Bowe .in I Mel >oiKiid 1 I buil lei l" ai' us out. I hen from an economical point ol v • Mr. Culmer >r as I <\ e tn call him Mr. Timmy" h is been w ithout exaggerate 1 the vefj mainstay of our Industi 1.1I Life. Wi re Mr. Culim r to withdraw liis interest U\ Sisal it is not too much to say that our pe< pie would be faced bv either starvation or the alternate ft, i grati in People wiin have a keen in teresl in our [Education System are exp 'i real things of our new Inspector Mr. Moul \\ a would not attempt to offer impertinent advice to the Hoard of Kducation, but it would be a good thing for thorough Educati in if some of our ( I rani -in-aid Schools v clos l or In (In irj and therefore a better qu ilified set of teachers were to repl many of the greenh rns and realh ignorant men n ho throw contempt on the teaching pro fession. The makeshift sj it 'rn th it 1 s forcing a lot of illiterate on th • community on th re of then uess is one th it will be \ ery harmful to the colony in 1 id Another questi in that is %  aus inga food leal of gru nbliii whether a teai hi r w ho :| is hildren to cont I with an I who has no assistant can find time to do M igisterial and post office work during school hours. It is .1 pity to turn a g tod teacher into a very in nt .1. P. Is there any truth in the ru monr that the parents of the Bennetts I larbour Grant in Vid 0! are diss itisfied at the ulleged shortn 1 &s of school n. ind i h %  lack of progress made by the scholai 1 i |,,p,in -e steamer Sado from •;l %  November jth saying the cargo in ntje hold w as The S ido is due to arrive Novembi r 22nd. N %  York, '1 1. \ Cunarder arm', djtoday with 1 |IJ| 1 the burning steam %  : Barnes. PortSm iiith, iq The dreadnought Iron I in! rived today with 27 survivors of the steamship Scottsdyke which burned to the w aters edge in the ring lish Channel earjy today. St. Petersburg, 19— Czara vitch AI \ who has I i) an invalid for many months w 1 • slightly injured today when he thrown out of an autorno bile while out for an airing. I.ond m. 19. Lady Victoria •t, lormerly < Hive May the well known actress, gave [birth io a daughter at Cumberland I louse Kensington, todav. New York, 19. The trial of Mans Schmidt,ex-Priest, f or the GOVERNMENT NOTICES" murd el f Anna Aumueller, winch was sclieduli d to 1 1 > r 1 th ; tllient of Mi. mine to be a Tidewaiter. K dil Sim in M es a native o| 1 lasron, Svria, lias I" come a na tur ilized British s ibj< ct i ,. King w ill " 1 disallow %  •An Act" for the appr >pri itinn of divers sums of monej foi towards defraying the p ,i th 1 1 rnment ol the Bnham, Islands ind for other pur| therein mentioned. Mr. \. W. Hunt h IS be n half salary. I-'.. II. Mi Klliuev l.s.| h ^Milled .m extension ol months vacation leave absem e. .1 I/KIRU '" " 14 1 > 1 ueso i). ...1 1 i I 11A V 1 Bi iJeetown, Barbados, The British cruiser squadron ing ^armoured cruisers Suffolk, l.am iishire and IV 1 • ji u t >daj received orders to proceed to Vera Cruz, Mexico, to join the international Beet mbled th Ihow ns\ ille, Texas, n>. Follow ing their capture of victoria the Mexican rebels are now re ported to be making a rush ioi i ampico. Victoria wascaptured ,1 after a bloody battle in which K£ c rsr ml; z < ,.„,,..,.,,;:, sacred. Mexico City, 19 I lu< rta's two ilow n tall [is exjx cted any day of! now as a result of-the increasing -ii -esses of the ruh Is an I their stead) advance toward the ( itj of Mexico. BY RADIO TELEGRAPH. Washington, i<.-It as announced today that the Presi dent will sen,I to the Senate lo 1 row the in iininal ii Ml of I Ionry M. Pindell, of Illinois, to be Ambassador to Russia. Yokohama, IQ. —A wii Mexico Citj. 19 I he .-,1 1 xodus of A ns from this city ( ontinui s. Al\ trains for Vera Cruz ai led, and hut few remain in this 1 it). Birmingham, Alabama, 19.— llnrtvtwo people were killed yesterday by an explosion in a ige was received from £themine at Alton. Closing pie es 'mi New York Stoek f xchange, Nov. 19th A n ilg un iti d Coppei limore & 0 Canadian Pacific— St. Paul New York Pennsylvania Reading 1 %  Southern PacificUnion Pacific -1.1 >] G WANTED OOD Secand Iwnd b wanted immediati App'y ,. | ribune < >HICP. Mraket Street. IMPERIAL THF;ATRF. Friday Nov. 91. SIMv l\l. PRATURBNIGHT The Calling Of Louis Mona IN TWO REELS|OF EXCEPl [ONAL IN I ERESI OIHEP NEW RE| LS 6d. 'jd. 1-. NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE 11 ig just ri reived TPHE H.I nice of ii.eu Large l_ Nssortinent ol I oys an I I' ginHls foi X 11 is, from Lond >n Hnd Ainei ii'.i. I in Assortment, being such a ..no, we will only give H list %  f the leading ones. DOLLS, DOLLS, 3 Cases n( Dc< sued Hnd undr. 1 Dolls from 3.to locslg, Dolls l 11 1 iages, Pi i.iinhuhiiois, and ( j n irta from as. 10 £1. l-arg Express Waggons hom 4~. I £ t l VeKicipedi s l<" iking l lorsesj Pinnos from 5*. to 161. hi Iv'... kmChairs and A v$t\ I V .in.-l\ ol Sin.1 I I nys, and X '.".ml-. Also lecieved Another Crate 01 \ 111 • 11' 111 n 1. I UliNII URR, FURNITURE. Jusi recriv %  .1 part i>f th I -io ( l< nf [• ui 11 n01 e ordeied, where N( ,, 1 tinI'l.ll 1 full line. REt EIVING Bureaus from uis. to 9 , e ich i • els, \\ ; .-ll Stand* and M iitresses, tingle an 1 duubh1 1 1 to £i. A. P. MOORI \ 11. 19 1913 r"



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THE ELEPHANT the largest ^habitant of the fore* in the work} This ,3 an undupnted fact SUNLIGHT SOAP hal '' %  "-' s t SMI< V" any Soap in the world. This also is an undisputed fact. The great value of '; twl -"; ,h:,,Us .**" • *tll known, but far better Known to good housewives is the gnat value of Sunlight Soap It enjoys a well-deserved Pppul trity. Its mission is cleanliiK i in dard is purity! Inci • Insure, :illi| n du. iny work, it is u i .1 by d hted I • all ov< i ih" world in [ : >ther. A raiAL win i • langdom to come not in I ,• %  1 "' upon the earth, and thai Mis will may be don. in that kingdom. '".';" Hii kingdom will |„. Ps I'ihlibliedupori the earn, | lut „,„ until all wm, |nn,|, M His will lie "idone arc blotl .1 out of i i ti nee. (to be contii i N O T I C E line \17R would ifnrmall who appreciate a Good Smoke that we i I '' l Vr "" h Hid an extensive Stock <>f 11 W \\ \ CIGARS F. UHrai """' ,r , 1 '"" 1 '" '"' madeol the finest Havana and Suma u rl ii Havai .i hllera throughout. %  J h " !" manufactured on our premises by skilled worlnn nrtreat pains are taken to produce an ait uperio. quality „ ucceS5 w have met with in th*past leads usconfidentU toen the patronage of connoiseurs, J. I-. SAUNDERS A Co. M.i\ Street fill G/iS. in (|n miiiies upwaids fot C IANDXRD Oil O OI.I.NJi. Sold 1,1 One Gallop an.I '" shilling a gallon '".'/"'-" f ^...ii..„. at 2, cents 1 "• subject to return when empty. Iil "-' special Drums do awa< "••.;. necessity „f buying a %  ige I ank. v <'• C. S\UNDERS. • N v '. 19, 1013. J.C COAKLEY'S PennyCig-ar "Ladysmith Brand" Ft is batter thin a 2d. Cigar elsewhere Trvoneandbe convince of ;ts excellent quality. R I M'l \<\ AKER "" nlsirjends %  nl the Public MI.I he has I"" 1 1 outfit uf racilitaaavrm u.r business of anun. "•Maker, winch places In,,, ,,. a '""to carry ..ut Funeils that 1 >ntrusted I h.sc nnd despatch; ,nr| respect solicits their patronag ,;,., nV Prio first very low -• are the work. that they foi fllst %  I hlouseN WTED pMPLOYMI \l |,j %  Iwki rper •>! *PPl> %  •' "Tnhune < )||j. Fresh Just Arriveo ( JNlO^SEEfW fr.m I, ff, y -' 'dnlloihei \ AT rot K*S I Stree t, .V > 1 1. r lllS is in inform my P ,t r ;"' Ihe Public in Gene, ttiat I have •> IMack Smith > in the '.'""'" l %  •'I'-'if 01 1 w..rk vm HI ; -i„ eill\ nncilly. f.;A. ri m | ;. I'-v-lr. • ; I tV ll irf Mlnei || my Puhfic I aen not* line ol I I 11 ... Ml woik dune NOTICE! Gasoline CT\Nf)\RD Oil Cn'sQumleM %  %  quantities of 5 g ilium and upward for one shilling per gallon .it G11 ige. I'.nn.; ,1 Vessel for small qu unities. %  .,'•. ; m um ,of8 i su1, J '" relu n wV empty Rn i'ir |,iii, ; . factory Ren Cnrs nlsg |,„ Hire. I B'C>cles rented f., ,,., ., u .,.|. j A,; '" ""''" ""I I" V' lesuppfies kept 111 stock. Cylinder oil and Anin ( uease %  ipe 'ialiv. "' PVI n 11 y, iu ,, ;,. IV conva. '"" u -<";-:•• ilru 11 *nh f,,i,ii ,,, i: r i' %  'Soli ... Come and ili'in. Apply •<> 1. P. SI\fYN, .. 17 ^ i'kei Street Nov. 18, [<|i.(. 1 wl uient N'Olli 1 H '* •" remind Public the l the Ol I Statin iN S %  ||j,,t'i '•"" Shop R.s, it'.,,' S|rw 'Cli ismnv u.i.|,M i|, ( \|„, (•f A .„,.,.' ^ H !:s V KVAVS ;.Y K W* JOINER ad ,-ofn.iH of every d*s '"I" 1 ""I m 1 Kpared In ..,vr • -iik. 1:,,,, „f r ef er Fm turnioa etc see us W, l l; '"' '" "tWy v..,, nnd ,m '""i that we can suit yot Shingles Besl No. 1 IIut jin.Cyp Shin [|, ai $g.fi 1 per thousand of ao bundles Discounts on lots of over > shingles. Special Price also ,,n cheaper grades also 5111. Cypress at $6.72 pec thousan I of J< bundles./his price madep issib.lebya^< large purrha 17 Ir k arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. WANTED A v nisft C '.11 Chest. >r (. best of Drawers Appl) it I'libnne Office" ANOTHK.R SHIPMENT OF TRUNKS AND LKATHCR GOODS. Jviit Received 1 11/ILUA.MS V -_' HI.llnL>n N II-S )ul TtTlded to hii. alre .\ InfKC supply in the line, I'-nglixh .n,(| American I ruiiks. English ami American Dreu Suil C ne of whivh are made of compress, fibre Kit RH -. Satchels, Attach^, ; '," > Linen Dags ;,t I "ces more interesting id ,,, ever. Persons on Hi • trve .f travelling will do well in visit tins D... partmenl an.) ,„,,|,-,. a select) m now WILLIAMS 1 Wll')|.is\|.|, lN|J WTA „ DEPARTMENT. a 77. ayq Itay-atistt, FRESH JUST ARRIVED A \,"Y':' IJW sssortmt ,f nwid-j > akei u.d 1 ,. lh | 1( s mrecl fm.., ihe Factory su Kainh >w \li\ | Our l> .1 ling / M "i '."^-'"'-'.iotherdill. /M'X-ed v a ai ucts per Ifa Mixed %  .'"• | "t 18 CM ,.., 11, Also the J•"••wmsT Cak ,„ Packages s "j g ' •'"SO. C. |',,,.,n.l -;" 1 11 u ' uits.Tneareuneiuai: ( % %  I in quality. AT TOOTB'3 r



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T %  CD P 3 g 5T CD 0) o 0) Niillius addlctus Jurare in verba ma B l.tri. BeinH bound to .wear to ihe Dogma. ,{ no Master VOL. X. I EON E II Dl'l'l ( II, Nassau. N. P.. Bahama.,. Thursday. November 20. 1915 No. 105 EDITOR I | KII in 6HWCR |H ,, MABKRTSTBBm '•• P., BAHAMA*. I'. 0. Boi ii,:. PUBLISHED DAILY. M '"lav, Vednetdaj aorl Fridai linn I* n i \ ... i Tuesday, Thursday .,., <..,,.,,,.-,, single <•,,,,, Weekly Jwuri, .:. ... -'•• 4d UalfVp„|v V..,, v PAYARLF IV IDVANI I Advertising Rail ,, for fii'-S'i'-iti"!. ; three fence pei line %  : ' insertion; and onepenni pel line I .-lit inscrti Advertisement! un e eight line "TtiESAtS l'>"|\|||\KI IAN< I (conut inert) (I il, in leed, made ihe eai'i> lo I"' il %  ', in | || %  ill so • to il t'i it it iin'i ibitsd, by th • kin I "i In ings iiut He pi here in Ihe beginning, bein s who r< f! rt ihe image and Ii f | heii Creator, as ili l \,! i r i id Eve. !, da). as a i "I lin, the i tec h is lost image nl < in l. Ihe liu F amily idwarfe I until in m m-ic pigmies i ire to A and I-.. e Gfirt .', -.h ^ in restore 11 i.i i'n ige in u; .in I make us lit (•>r il n il, ma renew. Then His original plan will be realised, God intends to have a cle in uni I-'-. Bn fur nearly lii ihous md yearn, ia the world has revolve I %  •Hi 'I" 1 real around ihe areal throne ol God ii has hern . blight, a i'n r | %  As Ihe .'ni:rK, looking nut upon Hi" hosts nl worlds, behold I Ins lin strn ki n planet „„ vx | ,h the in habitants have fnlli n bom Cod's original purpose, th-v are B'l-d with grief. Not until all things are restored lo God's fir-t plan "ill Mi" universe l>e i |. nt, Ii was lo tin c i n ,| i, i ,, lion Hi ii |esui bad rel ihen He said Bleasi I ., ,. ,!,„ m „k for they shall inherit the earth '. We know th it it is noi iii (bit jn 'i ihe meek inherii the garth ; i" fa< i ihey usuall) I, ive the k*al of this world's porre sions. It II therefore be in the lite to come thai I is intended tinn uldin. hei t the earth, aftei it has made ne .v. in tieu. 13 ; 14, is God said to A i iha n "Lilt U |) now thine i and look from t;„. pi.ire v. thou art, northward, southward, I ward, and n -i vard ; for all th" land wln.i, thou seest, to I bee will I give it and to thy seed for •vei By comparing tins text with Rom. 4 ; i j we find that God I"" nised V bra ha in that he fbould '' : ol th" world ; Bui when Ins wife died, he had not rei eived •he rulfilu.eni of this promise, for he hart not enough land in which i.. bury her, Stephen, v iking of Abrahams promised inheritance in A ': • 5. wys'-And M" i ive him "ice in it, no., U1 JH ive II to linn, possession, Hnd to his set 'I ilt' i him, when as yet he had n i child. Did God forget His promise in give th" land to tbraham ? No ii when () id in ide this pron ie, I le did nol intend lo give th" earl i to him in its pr< sent run. dition I ins \lu iii mi well under, sto d, Far in Paul's letter .to Ihe II lue vs, in ili" ele enth chtpter i ys. "Bj faith \brnham when he w is called to g 1 into a place whi : i he should afterward foi ai nun 1 itam e, j I" In this I'M it ia plain!) li he seen that \ eive, at th it time, as an inhei it* nee. the place lo w li" h Ii" was ralh il, bul < x 1 c i led to rei eh e 11 later,. Ihe neXI VIMS,, shows th it while Abraham was dwelling i i this land he did nol regard it as Ins ow n, bul considered himsell 1 srjourrer in a strange land, l ho t< nth versa i ih it he look* lio the future foi ihe fullfi'lmeiit of the promise tl at he should Ii" hen ol the w 01 Id, In the thirteenth verse we are U Id thai "these [Abraham and the other patriarchs) all died in faith no' having received the pron iie, but having seen 1 hem afar off, And were persstaded of them, and em. la.1 "d 1 hem, and conli ssed • that Ihey were strangers and pilgrims on tin earth", I~hey looked down the stream of lime to the rest it Ulion of all things as the time when these promises should he fulfilled. They did nol ".ne foi a part (if the earth in its present condition! Il had no allurements for Ihem. I hey are n iw waitii g in | for the fulfilment of ii,,. promise^ ' i 'I having provided etler things f.u US, th it they without US should nol be made perfect". Heb, n ; 40 In Rev. 5 ; 8, 9 Join! hears the taints praising the Lamb and saying ITiou was slain and h isi red. emed us to God by thy bloo ', out of every kindred and tongue, and people, and nation; and hast made us unto our God kings and priests ; and we shall %  'I "ii the earth". Thusagiin it i* Mated thai the earth is to be the future home of the saved. I Ii" liist dominion which God to Ada.n and Eve atcieation shall be 1 rst urrt, nul to th coinl Adam, for we read in Micah .( ; o' this.: words, "And thou, () tower of the flock, the strong hold ol the daughter of Zfon, unto thee shall it come, even the first dominion ; Ihe kingdom shall come to (lie daughter of Jerusalem". The prophet Daniel ipmking of that time at the other end of the millennium, when sin and s liners have b 1 ilotted out of existence, and the earth is made new says "and the kingdom and the!dominion t and the greatness of the kingdom under the whole heaven shall b? given to ihe people of the saints ol ihe Most High whose kingdom is AD asting kingdon and all d iminions shall serve and obey Him", Dan, 7 ; 27. The kingdom which the God of heaven shall set up upon tins earth, when the present kingdoms are all blotted out of existence shall nevi 1 be destroyed j and the kingdom shall never be left to other people, but it shall 1 1I1 in pieces and consume all these kingdoms and it sh; II sl.-fnd for ever" I 'an. -•iiiIt is not much more encouraging to a l htistion to know that his future t sti nee is to be a real literal one in a n.al tangil lo home, than to think lie is to dwell as a disembodied spii it in a mystical realm which no one is able teffJBriv pi "bend or describe. ? When we pray the land's prayr, iv I hy kingdom come, thy will be done mi eai th as il is ill heaven", I bus we pray foi (i (continued on fourth page.)


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Niillius addlctus Jurare in verba maBl.tri.
BeinH bound to .wear to ihe Dogma. ,{ no Master
VOL. X.
I EON E II Dl'l'l ( II,
Nassau. N. P.. Bahama.,. Thursday. November 20.
1915
No. 105
EDITOR I | kii in
6HWCR |H ,, MABKRTSTBBm
' P., Bahama*.
I'. 0. Boi ii,:.
PUBLISHED DAILY.
M '"lav, Vednetdaj aorl Fridai
linn I* n i \ ... i .
Tuesday, Thursday .,., <..,,.,,,.-,,
single <,,,,, .
Weekly '
Jwuri, .:. ... -'4d
UalfVp|v
V..,, v
PAYARLF IV IDVANI I .
Advertising Rail ,, .
for fii'-S'i'-iti"!. ; three fence pei line
' :' insertion; and onepenni pel
line I .-lit inscrti
Advertisement! un e eight line
"TtiESAtS l'>"|\|||\KI IAN< I
(conut inert)
(I il, in leed, made ihe eai'i> lo
I"' il ', in | || ill so to il
t'i it it i- in'i ibitsd, by th kin I "i
In ings iiut He pi here in Ihe
beginning, bein s who r< f! rt ihe
image and Ii f | heii Creator,
as ili l \,! i r i id Eve. !, da). as a
i "I lin, the i tec h is lost
image nl < in l. Ihe liu.....Family
i- dwarfe I until in m
m-ic pigmies i ire to A
and I-.. e Gfirt .', -.h ^ in restore
11 i.i i'n ige in u; .in i make us lit
(>r il.....nil, ma renew. Then His
original plan will be realised,
God intends to have a cle in uni-
I-'-. Bn fur nearly lii ihous md
yearn, ia the world has revolve I
"Hi 'I"1 real around ihe areal
throne ol God ii has hern . blight,
a i'n r |
As Ihe .'ni:rK, looking nut upon
Hi" hosts nl worlds, behold I Ins
lin strn ki n planet vx|, ,h the in
habitants have fnlli n bom Cod's
original purpose, th-v are B'l-d
with grief. Not until all things
are restored lo God's fir-t plan
"ill Mi" universe l>e i |. nt,
Ii was lo tin c in,| i, i ,,
lion Hi ii |esui bad rel ihen
He said Bleasi I ., ,. ,!, m k ,
for they shall inherit the earth-'.
We know th it it is noi iii (bit
jn 'i ihe meek inherii the garth ;
i" fa< i ihey usuall) I, ive the k*al
of this world's porre sions. It ii
therefore be in the lite to come thai
I is intended tin- n uldin.
hei t the earth, aftei it has
made ne .v.
in tieu. 13 ; 14, is God said to
A i iha n "Lilt U|) now thine i
and look from t;. pi.ire v.
thou art, northward, southward,
I ward, and n -i vard ; for all
th" land wln.i, thou seest, to I bee
will I give it and to thy seed for
vei By comparing tins text
with Rom. 4 ; i j we find that God
I"" nised V bra ha in that he fbould
'' :" ol th" world ; Bui when
Ins wife died, he had not rei eived
he rulfilu.eni of this promise, for
he hart not enough land in which
i.. bury her, Stephen, v iking of
Abrahams promised inheritance in
A '- : 5. wys'-And M" i ive him
"ice in it, no., ,U1. JH
ive ii to linn,
possession, Hnd to his set 'I
ilt' i him, when as yet he had n i
child. Did God forget His promise
in give th" land to tbraham ? No
. ii when () id in ide this
pron ie, I le did nol intend lo give
th" earl i to him in its pr< sent run.
dition I ins \lu iii mi well under,
sto d, Far in Paul's letter .to Ihe
II lue vs, in ili" ele enth chtpter
i ys. "Bj faith \brnham when
he w is called to g 1 into a place
whi :i he should afterward
foi ai nun 1 itam e, j I" In this
I'M it ia plain!) li he seen that
\ eive,
at th it time, as an inhei it* nee. the
place lo w li" h Ii" was ralh il, bul
< x 1 c i led to rei eh e 11 later,. Ihe
neXI vims,, shows th it while Abra-
ham was dwelling i i this land he
did nol regard it as Ins ow n, bul
considered himsell 1 srjourrer in
a strange land, l ho t< nth versa
i ih it he look* lio the future
foi ihe fullfi'lmeiit of the promise
tl at he should Ii" hen ol the w 01 Id,
In the thirteenth verse we are U Id
thai "these [Abraham and the
other patriarchs) all died in faith
no' having received the pron iie,
but having seen 1 hem afar off, And
were persstaded of them, and em.
la.1 "d 1 hem, and conli ssed that
Ihey were strangers and pilgrims
on tin earth", I~hey looked down
the stream of lime to the rest it U-
lion of all things as the time when
these promises should he fulfilled.
They did nol ".ne foi a part (if
the earth in its present condition!
Il had no allurements for Ihem.
I hey are n iw waitii g in |
for the fulfilment of ii,,. promise^
' i 'I having provided etler
things f.u US, th it they without US
should nol be made perfect". Heb,
n ; 40 In Rev. 5 ; 8, 9 Join!
hears the taints praising the Lamb
and saying ITiou was slain and
h isi red. emed us to God by thy
bloo ', out of every kindred and
tongue, and people, and nation;
and hast made us unto our God
kings and priests ; and we shall
' 'I "ii the earth". Thusagiin it i*
Mated thai the earth is to be the
future home of the saved.
I Ii" liist dominion which God
to Ada.n and Eve atcieation
shall be 1 rst urrt, nul to th '
coinl Adam, for we read in Micah
.( ; o' this.: words, "And thou, ()
tower of the flock, the strong hold
ol the daughter of Zfon, unto thee
shall it come, even the first domin-
ion ; Ihe kingdom shall come to
(lie daughter of Jerusalem". The
prophet Daniel ipmking of that
time at the other end of the mil-
lennium, when sin and s liners have
b 1 ilotted out of existence, and
the earth is made new says "and
the kingdom and the!dominiontand
the greatness of the kingdom under
the whole heaven shall b? given to
ihe people of the saints ol ihe
Most High whose kingdom is ad
asting kingdon and all d i-
minions shall serve and obey Him",
Dan, 7 ; 27. The kingdom which
the God of heaven shall set up up-
on tins earth, when the present
kingdoms are all blotted out of
existence shall nevi 1 be destroyed j
and the kingdom shall never be
left to other people, but it shall
1 1I1 in pieces and consume all
these kingdoms and it sh; II sl.-fnd
for ever" I 'an. -iii-
It is not much more encouraging
to a l htistion to know that his
future t sti nee is to be a real
literal one in a n.al tangil lo home,
than to think lie is to dwell as a
disembodied spii it in a mystical
realm which no one is able teffJBriv
pi "bend or describe. ?
When we pray the land's prayr,
iv I hy kingdom come, thy
will be done mi eai th as il is ill
heaven", I bus we pray foi (i
(continued on fourth page.)


rHE TRI
f
Gbe tttibunc
Thur.dav. Novemher 20. 191*
"SISAL DISEASE
\kl llllv'S TOWN, CAT
ISLAND"
B II NE
-r-----
The Misses Adderlej deserve Which way to tak led
it praise for their highly the question by casting aftcal
i :h to
The more we think of it, the
re glad u
more have a Board icul-
ture with funds at its dispos il.
It is true the funds are limited
but small money is better than
no money at all in su i a
We hope thai among other
things the Board m ij be able 10
do something in tin w ay ol I
mutating the grow i ig ol co
nuis I be demand I i nuts
inthe she! land foi upra is
ly to mi it,-.-i I ej
dimensions, and we i
glad to see the Bal tting
some thing i onsidei il>le out of
thejcultivation ol this valui
article ol commi
It appear? to < that we
ild plant pl< ni and not be
insistetnd on high prices
sive cyclones ha\ thimu il off
our groves on all nui
Now that vegel are be-
ing extensive!) u I in plao ol
annual fats in ki
margarine &c, the nui is great
1\ in demand. Hut, il wi want
nji ire than the market urn e.
. ......\
We are informed
Aphis or White ly.
that The
mentio
in our i 15th insi as at-
tacking and killing nut the si-
sal .a Arthur's Town, was dis-
covered a I I'.xiima in iQ->5 ; and
winch desl
OI | I a il tS :
di ase is also in c\ id in .
i Island, and mention is
le ol it, by the Commissioner
in his repoi t for 1 ist \ i ar,
ul is he 11111.'i r ked, "the p iple
ird any
ic ev il."
I i i heek the spread i 1 '.he
the followii dies
iggi sted :
the effect)
w ith a solution ol Si ap and
wati r I )is-( ] ve i Ih. common
w ashing or y< How S i
callous boiling watt r ai ppl\
when ci
2nd 'lake up by the roots
an.I remove all mis.
place them in heaps sand burn
in:
Before replanting, ro
ground w ith a layer of di
in. or l...*!.. .....1 Uuu. luu
5fill .1 >rt, the | .of in
(winch will be added t i the '
I funds of t ii St. Amies Church,
PROGR \ M M i.
S "Wandtiini Jew"By the S.
\_'li' I iilllll
1 I laiipy f... eg" Miti \l
P
i .i i emg in 'ii road
blows to. He is isfied, but
b i it:' starting he siti and rests
and eats frugally
A handsome aul >m >bile came
to a slop nearby. fhere is trou-
ble which has to !> remedied A
Dial By beautiful young w i n in, wise
Mi. \::iii.i' I Mim in the ways ol the world,
i.i
I Id. t love" Bj

Duel Bl Yi> In.
\ .\I
I of (he World' By
\i i A. A'lderl
M det and M
'I.
IN : i RVAL l i 1 Rl I RESHMI NTS.
''. ; lent.
I IM ul tin- i .
\ -i :
and others
iriltBy 8* Mai G lild.
I | '.! .
ir tiii..* thi R
Mi. I'.. 1
i Mr. A *l
"Swi el mid I '
iii.
' i
? ttvtttiai or
Will destloy ,|
any of the germs
winch rna\ be in the gn "Ulld :
The dis. nse docs mil n
to injure the fibre, and therefore
natun d lea ves i i lean-
[he plants are taki n up.
The Mail Sti an i "Si gi ranca"
id at suns*I yesterday from
I las.ma.
mi'- " Tv
useless to us from a busiu
j oint of \ aw.
If eii.]unies could be ni i
possible mai ; and as i .
the prices Ilk- nt, and
if hints as to i >| culli-'
vation I ould I tained from
I roper gource:
I ' dl me. |f ills') it could
shown toculti i ta good
bit of profit "h.I.I be got at I The Mail Steamer "Vigilant ia"
r>mparatiTil: lo prices it |steamed for Guanlanaiiio, and
Aould be of advantage. Santiago, Cuba, at u o'clock
It must be ......iben d that last night.
in former days, w hen the
i of cocoa mi!-, was much m | \| ,| ,, | f?" gr.
y ie, thed for them was rived in Miami early this morn<
not in arlj i it has ii g
now become, and n ilm.> ----------
follow that past ladmc iiltflfe Thi' foil..win- is the
out, and seeing the good lo ik-
ing I by him and talks to
him. She leains his history and
finally persuades him to ace.....
pa iy her. II i the great
city with her. S him an
introduction to hei bi ther, who
gives In.n a positio i in Ins
banking establishme I
The ways ol the world appi al
to Loui -. Hesuo unib easily to
the pie i -mi winch surround
him. I le visits the. girl often and
h great intimacy springs up be
i a. en them. <) ie '\^y h
king. He beg her not
tii offend that way and gi'
her a littli
hang aimii .1 l..... She is
urn I by his counsel
and........ences to fo mk< her
ii i wa\s ,ii.d to |i ad a
of m-i fulness IL : i si idily
down and don n despite Ii: f
Ullipt ,flo.
r: ie, nainie. Kinalh i nes drink
be an rxeellenl pro rrarnm \
Imperial" gave n vei y
I isi night. The
" I lamp Ul pi I ter" was one ol
l\ els iii,u tend t
s\ linpsis Of the l K'ei 1 l-'eatun
lollow s ;
THE CALLING OF
Mu.\ A
LOUIS
Louis Mona is left to the care
and gambling and ruin
m hi anm it borrow. 11
shun- so 11 Ins fellows,
but the e girl is
. i i | ..
i hie <\.i\ I a Inispital
contagii ni- Ii uses ami i
of the monks of tlie......iaster\ of nt on charity, He
S.m In-, vho have Drought him
up w nil luve ami care. I. mis.
tl it line is a ( out int niji ai
na lit that ii,ei
in the future
Among the ;
Mai! Steam, i ia" mi ed bj the disses Almira
Tuesday mornin Hon. Muriel bidder! v who we
pro-
mne ol an put 'i taintit
(| iv.'ii by I St \ :n i I I m
the St. Agnes Parish SchtK>lcooin
on Tin -'i.,\ i uist.
The programme was conduct-
..I! |
llll-
her do this several tunes.
One day he I Ii is
is devoted to Ins surround- caught i I dis i He
ings, and who knows nothing mana.1!1 io h i foi 11 < last
ol the great ouUid irld, and tim tit the little
w ho lias no m, ..i di sue to learn i ros I to hei I and
al'uii n in p.isoi,,,i,...ni s to join p.mis Rn(j fj
Mi :. but tin I.- is.i ml thai his b.-ni i il 11 luly returns
' ni""' I'" "\ I IP must ,,, ||M ,,| i i, ,,,. ,,|- >IKj
do asothere haved......and travel applie I .....itranct tothemon-
foi a \ear m He- -vorl I in order aster) He is i In ithi
lo il whethi r he i ally lea la life ol It dm is an I to
"''" ie a monk.'At tlia forgel I and his one
n i ul life twi Ive m mthshe can big -
"in Cat
F. t. \\ i Us Dun ni. M A.. K prep ired and carried
Mis. I inn.nit an .1 Diinant, oat tin irrangements as well
wl (i ha ,,:, I also in
Engl ind. tributi A - veral items to the
Mr Dun nl i pro
duties ol ..I A lorney I The M ry's Guild cont i
tieneral, H.G.Malcolm,Esq.K.C.Ibuted lo programme and
relinguishing the Acting upimint Mr Georgi W. Davis was al
men to thi the 1 'iauo,
I into ihi' walls of lhe
inonastei by applying at the
gate at a given ho ir.
la the cl|apcl L<'ins kne Is to
I.ci ive the blessing ol the good
oKI prior, and the iu n esent
him with gifts of lo id, m.i ,
and and Ind Inn. I .
I. Li 'in.-, nervous ol the 11 i
tore. rb and finds verj narrow escape Irom death,
himself without the wulls of his On Mmday morning very
early he left here for Smith Bay
I :
th
mi out at Island
' oi res| on lent.)
I he Bight,
Cal l-land,
N \ l 1111 loi _;.
I' rlttor ol I he I fibune
To
(> it Comfnissioner is had a
i do his
I lo wanders on unt i
to a place where th. .
iwn n 111
he comes
a village six miles away to in-
Cl work being done on the


,.,
T IL-: t w i h u n p.
road ; while joins' at a slow
I mii-t, ^ i irse's I ig b cam
entangrra i he rope ol .1 :
tli.it had be c 11 :\ess\y tel
pcross the pi H 1 1 d, md fell,
throwing Mr. Bowe s >me fifi
feet away, lie fell, sustaining !
violent blow on his head, right
bIi >u! 5er and hip b isi I a 1 'reiv-
ing two in h ,
ately over and under Ins right
11'- l.i'. for 11 netime quite
unconscious until relieved by
the 11 >\ of hi i 11 which revi
fld 1 nabled lim to totter home
where he was put to bed.
Up to the time of writing the
whole right side is quite useless
i many think lie sustained .1
(temporary stroke f paral
^fcj < of ilu- shod;.
^V'1 the eveul of Mr. Howe h iv
I ask 1 11 .. vacation, th
government of this Distri t
would be left in the able hands
of Mr. Bi > ;g who we are
sure would ver pennit the
lawlessness and superstition
which the < rstwhile "Acini j
Commis i >n 1 of the Artliui
I own Dis'rict" through utter
incompeti nr and pitiful
'11 -ss allowed to disgrace the
North end, m hile the individu il
who "want. to be a Commis
i 1' 1
in"; ins borrowed plum
like i!i" J daw in "AI
Fabli " o|,|n mil- t,. 1 \cr\ thing
earthly ; In-, ow 11 gloi'.
1 hi Island people nth
indebted to ou iutati\e
Mr Timothy Culmer fqi a
in my thif
lion a < 1 : point of vie**
he has rn >i fulfilled his
electioneering promises to
that I i oment made grants
for the up keep o| public 1 >ads,
ind l digging of wells
The sustained id ivity of Mi
Bowe .in I Mel >oiKiid
1 I buil lei l" ai' us out.
I hen from an economical
point ol v Mr. Culmer >r as
I <\ e tn call him Mr. Tim-
my" h is been w ithout exag-
gerate 1 the vefj mainstay of
our Industi 1.1I Life.
Wi re Mr. Culim r to withdraw
liis interest U\ Sisal it is not too
much to say that our pe< pie
would be faced bv either star-
vation or the alternate ft, i
grati in
People wiin have a keen in
teresl in our [Education System
are exp 'i real things of
our new Inspector Mr. Moul
\\ a would not attempt to of-
fer impertinent advice to the
Hoard of Kducation, but it
would be a good thing for
thorough Educati in if some of
our (Irani -in-aid Schools v
clos l or In (In irj and
therefore a better qu ilified set
of teachers were to repl
many of the greenh rns and
realh ignorant men n ho throw
contempt on the teaching pro
fession.
The makeshift sj it 'rn th it 1 s
forcing a lot of illiterate on th
community on th re of then
uess is one th it will
be \ ery harmful to the colony in
1 id
Another questi in that is aus
inga food leal of gru nbliii
whether a teai hi r w ho :| is
hildren to cont I
with an I who has no assistant
can find time to do M igisterial
and post office work during
school hours. It is .1 pity to turn
a g tod teacher into a very in
nt .1. P.
Is there any truth in the ru
monr that the parents of the
Bennetts I larbour Grant in Vid
0! are diss itisfied at the
ulleged shortn1 &s of school
n. ind i h lack of progress
made by the scholai 1 i
|,,p,in -e steamer Sado from
;l November jth saying
the cargo in ntje hold w as
The S ido is due to arrive
Novembi r 22nd.
N ' York, '1 1. \ Cunarder
arm', djtoday with 1 |IJ|
1 the burning steam
: Barnes.
PortSm iiith, iq The dread-
nought Iron I in! rived today
with 27 survivors of the steam-
ship Scottsdyke which burned
to the w aters edge in the ring
lish Channel earjy today.
St. Petersburg, 19Czara
vitch AI \ who has I.....i) an in-
valid for many months w 1
slightly injured today when he
thrown out of an autorno
bile while out for an airing.
I.ond m. 19. Lady Victoria
t, lormerly < Hive May the
well known actress, gave [birth
io a daughter at Cumberland
I louse Kensington, todav.
New York, 19. The trial of
Mans Schmidt,ex-Priest,for the
GOVERNMENT NOTICES" murd,el "f Anna Aumueller,
winch was sclieduli d to 1
1 > r...........1
th ;.....tllient of Mi.
. mine to be a Tidewaiter.
K dil Sim in M es a native
o| 1 lasron, Svria, lias I" come a
natur ilized British s ibj< ct
i ,. King w ill "1 disallow
An Act" for the appr >pri itinn
of divers sums of monej foi
towards defraying the p
,i th 1 1 rnment ol the Bnha-
m, Islands ind for other pur|
therein mentioned.
Mr. \. W. Hunt h IS be n
half salary.
I-'.. II. Mi Klliuev l.s.| h ,
^Milled .m extension ol
months vacation leave
absem e.
.1 I/kIru '" "
14 1 > 1 ueso i).
...1
1 i I 11A V 1
Bi iJeetown, Barbados,
The British cruiser squadron
ing ^armoured cruisers
Suffolk, l.am iishire and IV 1
* ji u t >daj received orders to
proceed to Vera Cruz, Mexico,
to join the international Beet
mbled th
Ihow ns\ ille, Texas, n>. Fol-
low ing their capture of victoria
the Mexican rebels are now re
ported to be making a rush ioi
i ampico. Victoria wascaptured
,1 after a bloody battle in which
kcrsr ml;z.<.....,.,,..,.,,;:,,,.....
sacred.
Mexico City, 19 I lu< rta's
two ilowntall [is exjx cted any day
of! now as a result of-the increasing
-ii -esses of the ruh Is an I their
stead) advance toward the ( itj
of Mexico.
BY RADIO TELEGRAPH.
Washington, i<.-- It as an-
nounced today that the Presi
dent will sen,I to the Senate lo
.....1 row the in iininal ii Ml of I Ion-
ry M. Pindell, of Illinois, to be
Ambassador to Russia.
Yokohama, iq.A wii
Mexico Citj. 19 I he
.-,1 1 xodus of A ns from
this city ( ontinui s. Al\ trains
for Vera Cruz ai led, and
hut few remain in this 1 it).
Birmingham, Alabama, 19.
llnrtvtwo people were killed
yesterday by an explosion in a
ige was received from themine at Alton.
Closing pie es 'mi New York
Stoek f xchange, Nov. 19th
A n ilg un iti d Coppei
limore & 0
Canadian Pacific
St. Paul
New York
Pennsylvania
Reading 1
Southern Pacific-
Union Pacific -1.1 >]

G
WANTED
OOD Secand Iwnd b
wanted immediati
App'y ,. .
" | ribune < >Hicp.
Mraket Street.
IMPERIAL
thf;atrf.
Friday Nov. 91.
SIM- v l\l. PRATURBNIGHT
The Calling Of
Louis Mona
IN TWO REELS|OF EXCEP-
l [ONAL IN I ERESI
OIHEP NEW RE| LS
6d. 'jd. 1-.
NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE
11 ig just ri reived
TPHE H.I nice of ii.eu Large
l_ Nssortinent ol I oys an I I'
ginHls foi X 11 is, from Lond >n Hnd
Ainei ii'.i.
I in Assortment, being such a
. ..no, we will only give h list
f the leading ones.
DOLLS, DOLLS,
3 Cases n( Dc< sued Hnd undr. 1
Dolls from 3.to locslg, Dolls l 11
1 iages, Pi i.iinhuhiiois, and (jn
irta from as. 10 1. l-arg !
Express Waggons hom 4~. I tl
VeKicipedi s l<" iking l lorsesj '
Pinnos from 5*. to 161. hi
Iv'... km- Chairs and A v$t\ I
V.in.-l\ ol Sin.1 I I nys, and X
'.".ml-.
Also lecieved Another Crate 01
\ 111 11' 111 n 1.
I UliNII URR, FURNITURE.
Jusi recriv ! .1 part i>f th I
-io( l< nf [ ui 11 n01 e ordeied, where
,N(. ,, 1 tin- I'l.ll
. 1 full line.
REt EIVING
Bureaus from uis. to 9 , e ich
i els, \\;.-ll
Stand* and M iitresses, tingle an 1
duubh- 1 1 1 to i.
A. P. MOORI
\ 11. 19 1913
r"



THE ELEPHANT
the largest ^habitant of the fore* in the work}
This ,3 an undupnted fact Sunlight Soap hal
'' '"-'st smI also is an undisputed fact. The great value of
';twl-";,h:,,Us.**" *tll known, but far better
Known to good housewives is the gnat value of
Sunlight Soap
It enjoys a well-deserved
Pppul trity. Its mission is
cleanliiK i indard is
purity! Inci Insure,
:illi| n du. iny work, it is
u i .1 by d hted I
all ov< i ih" world in
[ : >ther.
a raiAL win i
langdom to come not in I ,
1 "' upon the earth, and thai Mis
will may be don. in that kingdom.
'".';" Hii kingdom will |. Ps_
I'ihlibliedupori the earn, |lut ,
until all wm, |nn,|,M His will lie
"i- done arc blotl .1 out of i i
ti nee.
(to be contii i
N O T I C E
line
\17R would ifnrmall who appreciate a Good Smoke that we i
I ''lVr "" h Hid an extensive Stock <>f 11 W \\ \ CIGARS
F.UHrai """',r, ,1,'""1 '" '"' madeol the finest Havana and Suma
u rl ii Havai .i hllera throughout.
Jh "- manufactured on our premises by skilled worlnn
nrtreat pains are taken to produce an ait........ uperio. quality
'.....ucceS5 w have met with in th*past leads usconfidentU toen
the patronage of connoiseurs, '
J. I-. SAUNDERS A Co.
M.i\ Street
fill
- G/iS.
in (|n miiiies
upwaids fot
C IANDXRD Oil
O OI.I.NJi. Sold
1,1 One Gallop an.I
'" shilling a gallon
'".'/"'-"f ^...ii... at 2, cents
1 " subject to return when
empty.
Iil"-' special Drums do awa<
".;. necessity f buying a
ige I ank.
v <' C. S\UNDERS.
N"v'. 19, 1013.
J.C COAKLEY'S
PennyCig-ar
"Ladysmith Brand"
Ft is batter thin a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere
Trvoneandbe convince of
;ts excellent quality.
R
I M'l \<\ aker
........"" nlsirjends
nl the Public Mi.i he has
I""1 1 outfit uf
racilitaaavrm u.r business of anun.
"Maker, winch places In,,, ,,. a
'""to carry ..ut Funeils that
1 >ntrusted I h.sc
" nnd despatch; ,nr| respect
solicits their patronag ,;,.,
nV Prio first
very low -
are the
work.
that they
foi fllst
I hlouse-
N WTED
' pMPLOYMI \l |,j
Iwki rper >! ,
*PPl> ' "Tnhune < )||j.
Fresh Just Arriveo
( JNlO^SEEfW fr.m I,......ff,
y -' 'dnlloihei \
at rot K*S
I Stree t,
.V > 1 1.
rlllS is in inform my P ,tr.
;"' Ihe Public in Gene,
ttiat I have >
IMack Smith >
in the
'.'""'"l "'I'-'if 01 1 w..rk
vm hi ; -i eill\
nncilly.
f.;A. rim| ;.
I'-v-lr. ; I tVll irf
Ml-
nei ||
my Puhfic
I aen not*
line ol
I I 11 ...
Ml woik dune
NOTICE!
Gasoline
CT\Nf)\RD Oil Cn'sQumleM
quantities of 5 g ilium
and upward for one shilling per
gallon .it G11 ige.
I'.nn.; ,1 Vessel for small qu uni-
ties.
.,'. ;..........mum
,of8i su1,J '" relu n wV empty
Rn i'ir |,iii, ;, *75i k 1 10 per rent dis-
1 ouul f. ... l>. factory
Ren Cnrs nlsg |, Hire.
I B'C>cles rented f., ,,., ., u,.,.|.
j A,;'" ""''" ""I I" V' lesuppfies
kept 111 stock. Cylinder oil and
Anin ( uease ipe 'ialiv.
' "' pvi n 11 y,iu ,, ;,.IV conva.
'""u -<";-: ilru 11 *nh f,,i,ii ,,,
i:'ri' - 'Soli ... Come and
ili'in.
Apply <>
1. P. SI\fYN,
.. 17 ^ i'kei Street
Nov. 18, [<|i.(.
1
wl
uient
N'Olli 1
'H '* " remind Public the
l the Ol I Statin iN S ! ||j,,t'i
'"" Shop R.s, it'.,,' S|rw
'Cli ismnv u.i.|,M i|,(. \|,
(f A
.,.,.'^H!:s V KVAVS
;.YK" W* JOINER
ad ,-ofn.iH of every d*s
'"I"1""- I m 1 Kpared In ..,vr
-iik. 1:,,,, f refer
. Fm turnioa etc see us W,
l,l;'"' '" "tWy v..,, nnd ,m
" '""i that we can suit yot
Shingles
Besl No. 1 II- ut jin.Cyp
Shin [|, ai $g.fi 1 per thou-
sand of ao bundles
Discounts on lots of over
> shingles.
Special Price
also ,,n cheaper grades also
5111. Cypress at $6.72 pec
thousan I of j< bundles./his
price madep issib.lebya^<
large purrha
17Ir k arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
WANTED
Av nisft C '.11 Chest.
>r (. best of Drawers
Appl) it I'libnne Office"
ANOTHK.R SHIPMENT
OF TRUNKS AND LKATHCR
GOODS. Jviit Received 1
11/ILUA.MS
V -_' HI- .llnL>nN
ii-s )ul TtTlded to hii. alre .\
InfKC supply in the line, '
I'-nglixh .n,(| Ame-
rican I ruiiks. Eng-
lish ami American
Dreu Suil C
ne of whivh are
made of compress,
fibre
Kit Rh -. Satchels, Attach^,
;'," >..... Linen Dags ;,t
I "ces more interesting id ,,,
ever.
Persons on Hi trve .f
travelling will do
well in visit tins D...
partmenl an.) ,,,|,-,.
a select) m now
WILLIAMS1
Wll')|.is\|.|, lN|J WTA
DEPARTMENT.
a77. ayq Itay-atistt,
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
A\,"Y':' IJW sssortmt.....,f
nwid-j > akei u.d 1 ,.lh|1(.s
mrecl fm.., ihe Factory su
Kainh >w \li\ |
Our l> .1 ling
/M"i '."^-'"'-'.iotherdill.
/M'X-ed v a ai ucts per Ifa Mixed
.'"|"- t 18 CM ,.., 11, Also the
J"wmsT Cak , Packages.....
's "j g ' .....'"SO. C. |',,,.,n.l
,-;"1-11 u',uits.Tneareuneiuai:
(I in quality.
AT TOOTB'3
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