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T THE TKI B U NE of reading messages during atmospheric disturbam 5. Furthermore, in order to render the tests quite satisfactory it is essential that the Station in the ship which is used for receiving the signals be in charge oi an expert operator. By this means <>nlv can it be clearly decided whether a station is capable of fulfilling the conditions of the Contract. 6. It appean that the only way hyiwhich such tests could be carried out would be by the Government concerned approaching 'he local Naval \uthorities or possibly a passing warship with a request for operation with the engineer in charge of the station in the can out ol the i' 7 According to tliespecificntions for the Stations at Penang, Singapore, Hong Kong and \ ombasa the stations "will be capable of cm v. ing out satisfactory coremnnicatt only when atmospheric d -t irbances are such that the working of the stationsisrendered impossible." W( know "f no one who is to well <1 laltfied to speak authorital "ii such a point iban the Naval Win 1 1, and it is difficult to suggest any modification in the clause which would make it m n definite. 8, All wireless system %  are affected by atmospherics, 1 %  decree of intei ference being to .1 large extent dependent on ihf cap d ility of the receiving operator to rate the signals from the "crackle" of the di^tiii banco, o. With r< to the Su| intendent'< report of the 23rd An gust IQI mve instuicted the Anglo-Frem It Wirele 1 C ip mj 1 1 ait'" d i" the pools raised and they h ive promised to sen >ut the materials at out 1 10. We would suggest %  li it in • • ippcint 'i fullv 'i'ii11fied wireless operator to have charge "I the station if they h iv • not already done so. I 1. In view of the lesnlts t!i ll have so far been obtained in the working "I the B ihamas St we think 0 desirable that the conditions of the proposed foi the B irhades station be the s one alli"-'for I K mg.Sti litsSettleinentsand Mombasa Stations, We are, &C„ -d 1 pRI ECI CARDI IfV ,\ aNELL. I Cardew and Snell dealing with the 'Question of the interruption of the wireless signals by atmospheric disturbance-. 2. I would invite your speci ll 1 attention lo paragraphs 4 and 10 of ibis letter, 1 have the lionout to be, So, Your most obedient humble servuit, (Signed) L. II iRCOURr. Governor G B. Haddon-Smith.Esq ,C.M G &c„ 8K. Hahamas, No tot Sir, Pawning -" t. 30II1 ()i toh r, 1013 Wit', refer nee to y %  ir despatch X,,. 1 ;i ol llf -')' u IUBUSI respecting the wireless telegi iph -t ition .,1 Nassau I have the honour to transmit to you n copy of a l< w ith a di igram.fi m Messrs Preece, Don'1 Forget the Show at I he Imperial ihisexening. 1 he Fiinge o| in" is an educational film •allv) winch shows how a giil m prove that her character is more til in wealth. Go and see how resists temptation, and how she wins out iu the end. See \ Ivei; isement, I he R issi m U irq-ia raara" arrive I yeste lay, 43 .1 ivs from Port Albert, ne 11 Cardiff, vv iln with coal to the Lightli 1 ise I '"p irtment, Novi BY RADIOTELEGRAPH Washington, 25.— Wm W. Fm. ley, Pi s. lent "l the Souiln rn R lilway I omp my, died ud lenly a-, his residi m e here tinaft< rnooii from ap ph Schenect idy, N. Y„ I Vbnul ... |>f 1 the General Ilei trie Cn p mj c 01-e ii e conip man and woman in 1 heir f"iim r P' .si t lolls. W ishington, ;s fes*ie Wood ro Wilson, d iu htei "I •, and Francis B wes Say re today i the ast roo 11 "I 'I' W ite I iouM be. fore ,,ne ..f the mosi rJistinvnMn >l romp mi's that ever • I in a itional %  %  pit" 1 Mourmfllon, France, 95.—nan in... ,1 1 1 Roche won tlie cup f< r dit;in fit tin b a ivj itur, pnvi ; mi"s MI four hours, in a dense I ig and bitu rly cold weather. Bu< France, 25. \v aior Perr. I, ,!,!,., „| n,f u tirlds n < rd 1,„ |,i K || [lights was killed %  %  Aa> wh.-n he fell too feet. II" u perin eating ith .1 new in 1 0 l.'.nd"i. 25.— V* a "'Milt nf n"1vous breakd >\> n V redei n k I o*n i \|.,,in .s ill at the Berki ley Hotel. Paris 25 —James Ha/en Hyde aid Countess Louis de Content Bir >n d nighter of John Lei-hm in, K \ nb issad ir to Germany, were married today. El P iso, Tex is. JS. \ degperate battle beiwren Mexican federals and constitutionalists h>r the p w session "f Juarez was still g"io'J on this afternoon with the advantage entirely on the rebels Latest reports state that the federal forces were in rout. Nearly 12. men were engaged in the conflict. R E A L \V ishington, 25.—'I he question whether the govet nni.'iit of the United Si I Europe shoul I n,.t preset ih" the lanes to lie traversed by '.can liners, and laws requiring all vessels under respective Nags I strictly to those lanes is 1 tised in the an. nual op irt "f the n ival hydro phic "Hi :e, m ide public today. 1 isport, England, 25 I he lead keel of Shamrock Fourth, whirh is in try t" %  ipture the \meric i*s 1 up next yi •'.••,•" cast heir to iir rrow. Sir I homas Lipton, v. ith a few friends, will attend the ceremony. Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2^.I I'.OI'JII'V, singer mid .1 .11 el 11 d |,. I,|,M ol llfl own C nnpinv, was 111,11 ried here tod iy, Washington, 23. President Wil son -\ ill attend the football m 1" h 1 1 %  nm> and na* 1 S.ituiday next in New York Lity. IMPERIAL THEATRE Wednesdy Nov. ?Q SPELIAL FEATURES Blue Ridge Folk \\i> The Fringe of Sin AN EXCEPTIONAL DRAMA \YI 111 OTHER REELS. fill. I|.l. Is. NO I* I C E New York, .'S. *ndre l today cell hrated his ,y. I Ic is in fine If tills. Gasoline L* I \ND\RU I ll ' G .-'O ii! I\l Sold i" quantities „l hie i is!Ion .nd upwards l"r one shilling a gallon, ns "I v gallons at J 1 r is iili.n, subject 10 return % %  einptV I hese special I Irums do with the necessity "l buying a Storage I oil.. C. C. SAUNDERS. Not K I'. A 1-. j-^ Bargains AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOES. W ILLIAMS I ill-: SHOEMAN lias just received a large consignment of Boots andShoes most of which ere SAMPLE I < TS of t. J and 3 palls of a brand and style in all which .1 1 old SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: Iu many instance-, the discount I not less than 10 pei cenl on the REi iULAR PRICES I to d i) an I c >a\ ince you* self that this is another lot "f those Exceptional Bargain! which is eve y HOW and ill u 1 Ifei ed at Will IW1-' WHOLESALE \\u RETAIL SHOE ESI VHLISHMENI*. 277, 270, Bay-sl t. J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar *Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. NOTICE Gasoline S I WD \U1) Oil Cos "1 asulenJ ... |.| ;i q nit,ties ill 5 gallons and upward lor one shilling p^ gallon at I i 1 ig Bring a Vefrsel for small quantj t ies. 11 had with "drufl hits,' subject t" return when empli U'. n the Fifth i Br Mild at .-• 1 1 ,. less in per cent dist f. n, b, factory, Ren Car* also for Hire, Ricjcles rented f >r ics a week \,,' noi'iie an 1 bit yel* supplre kept in stock, Cylindet oil am Vuto Grease a specialty. Can even -• II you a very ronw mi ni storage drum with faueit tr ne .in 1 lie 111, Npp'v to I. P. s|\|\K ,7 Market Street. Nov. 18, IQI 3. GEO. L. DAYIS MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON PIANO, VIOLIN. \1 VNDOL'N nnd GUITAR. Pianos tuned and Repair* Ord$r$ ('('. %  • %  a jor Priv \H 'Entertainment** (.7 West street. r



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iimtie Nvillivis addictus IVII.MI In verba maglstrl. Being bound to ior to the Do|m&i if no Master VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P., Bahamas, Wednesday. November 26. 191) No. 5 : I o\ K. H. DUP1 CH, :• i i i i > %  .\ p Paol llllol OFFICE %  |H ,, MAIiKKT STBRBT \'.i" .HI N. !'.. BAHAMA-. C II Boa 101 PUBLISHED DAILY. \i>ii. Uy, Wednesday and Frfdaytingle Cop* ... ... |<1 fuMday, Thursdaj %  i %  iturdaj fit eopj "' .Vrekly 4 1' 1 Monthly ...1.4<1 ,) i irterlv HalfY.-n.lv feat i PAYARLR IN' ADVANCE. Advertising Rates; Sis pence p line f Brat insertion; thcee pence pat line '.>r second insertion; and one penny per line fni subsequent Insertions Advertisement-, uinln sigh! Imps 4s. By the courtesy ofHia Excellency 1 In" ( in\ ei not w t are table to lay lipfm %  (.11 reader! the folio* in .• c u re indence with iefei enr-a, t 1 our Radio telegraph Station, which we do with ve y touch plea sure .-is there h ive b< en qn -' Min ih effectiveness ..f the si %  ii"n. Paragraphs 4 flnd i" confirms 11 n 1 ipiuion as in tin' Dintrul ;* 11.1 ope rat inn ul the st it ion as expressed l>\ us me lime ago criticising Hi** conduct ol the I 11 ic light and power plant. Copy. N'i : 1.11 • 2qtll AugUSt, III ', Sir. With i' Fen in %  tn y< MI' despatchea N" : V) "I the 21st | u ne 1912 and No : 1 I'I id 31st ( )c|..|.ei I I 1 ni" I he honour la repoi 1 ilia I tie kadio-1elenraph Station ni N I--. HI has 1 een complete and l> is I" 1 u lad a nver liv the, t iovernrnenl from the lepresenl itives ol the Contractor, 2. I nttach copies ol reports dated the 19th instant from, Mr. Dupree, the Engineei in charge nf tinwork, from Mr. Burps, the I iovernmeni $uj rintendenl ol Telegraphs, also a 1 pj of 1 report from Mr. limn'! for the information of Messrs PreectCardew nndSftell. Copies nf thtSCorrespi mdence ire he log forwarded to the Crow u \g and they are being instructed to |ii\' iniv amounts ilne to tin: AngloFrench Wireless Company as soon i-s they are -. 1 i-ii<1 thai now frames fur 1 he Ot-cillalory Transformers and the omission* of the spare puts have been forwarded to tins %  I lUlll'llt. 3, Owing to the local atmosphc ric iiiiiilii inns it is impossible fur the Contractor to cany nut that part "I Clause JO of the Special 1 1iner.1l Conditions of the Contract which states "under all conditions" and you might consider it advisable tn draw then attention to the wording of the clause. 4. I he Radin Telegraph Sta• niii "vas formally opened by me rday m the presence ol Hie Members of both Councils, and of tlic I louse of Assembly and a large number <>l the Public. I forward extracts from one of the It cal papers with an account of the igs 5 The Public appreciated the [i ims w Inch were -ent in their nan e ; it makethem feel that they have taken s part in the installation of ihe Radic-Telegf iph, , If ihe working of the Nassau Station p oves satisfactory I ho| e to |>e able to induce the House to Ihe necessity ol connecting smne of the mine important of the < hit Islands by Wireless, If a tablished at Inagua it would place those Islands in communiral ion with | ima ica and the oiln'1 West Indian Islands. I have the honour to be, Ml, Your most obedient, bumble ,,. B.H ADDON-SMITH 1i ivei nor. I hi Right Honourable Lea 11 larcourt, P. C. ,\ „ & \ • ieen Anne's (', lie, Westminster, 5, W., 15th October, iqi 3. I he Crown \ gents For fhefColonie*, W'li lehall Gardens, S. W. 1 ,.n'l "i en, II die mas Wireless Station I-., aoi/34. In reply to foui lettet of the 25th September enclosing copies ol Coloni il Reports <.n the Wi ion I'I \' i--m, Baharn 1-, we 11,.ic 1 at tig 1 illing is only possible between 4:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m, during some months in the yeaij'ii account of atmospheric disturbances. 2. Atmospheric disturbances are* now generally divided into four classes : — 1. 2. 34 Slight. Moderate Stinng Severe. Dining a period of : i hours the disturbances may fluctuate ovei all four classes, and as illustrate g this we nttach a Cop) of curves taken at Aden and Berbers in July and April 1012 which are fait samples of tropical distui bailees. Il will be noted however that these records aie for twelve hours per day only. 3. When disturbances become moderate an untrained operator would be unable to read thesignals and consequently at Berbers on such a day as 9th April 1913 he w HI Id be unable to receive any message at all. With experie however,aodassuming theopei itor is a capable man he will gradu illy become able to read the signals even when the disturbances are 1 re. A record of the a' hei ics which was made at the Bow Jamaica wireless station from January to December 1910 showthat during eighteen whole days and during short periods of other days tin se troubles existed, and the whole year from ten to forty calls each day failed to gel a rt ply, l)niing the year of 1912-13 -itmospherics nccurerd on 157 days dui nig office hours, viz : bet s 1 en 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. and lasted 718 hours, out of 4400 hours. During this time 13(11 calls were sent oul to which no replies wer-n ived In one instance it took no less ihSfl 21 hours 13 minutes tn transmit a message, The atmospherics are found to beworse at the Bowden Station dining July, August and Sept em b< r, 4. Il will be seen, ihcefoi e, 'I it. in order to test the capacity of a -1 it ion ii 1st ssent nil that the (i eminent concerned should have al iidisposal not only %  competent Rngineei toansure the proper running of theplant, but also a thorough. 1 train I 1 upei' "i" talor^cap


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iimtie
Nvillivis addictus ivii.mi In verba maglstrl.
Being bound to ior to the Do|m&i if no Master
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P., Bahamas, Wednesday. November 26. 191)
No. 5
: I o\ K. H. DUP1 CH, .
: i i i i > .\ p Paol llllol
OFFICE |H ,, MAIiKKT STBRBT
\'.i" .hi N. !'.. Bahama-.
C ii Boa 101
PUBLISHED DAILY.
\i>ii.Uy, Wednesday and Frfday-
tingle Cop* ... ... |<1
fuMday, Thursdaj i iturdaj
fit eopj ..... "'
.Vrekly .........41'1
Monthly ...1.4<1
,) i irterlv ......
HalfY.-n.lv
feat i
PAYARLR IN' ADVANCE.
Advertising Rates; Sis pence p line
f Brat insertion; thcee pence pat line
'.>r second insertion; and one penny per
line fni subsequent Insertions
Advertisement-, uinln sigh! Imps 4s.
By the courtesy ofHia Excellen-
cy 1 In" ( in\ ei not w t are table to lay
lipfm (.11 reader! the folio* in .
c u re indence with iefei enr-a, t 1
our Radio telegraph Station,
which we do with ve y touch plea
sure .-is there h ive b< en qn -' -
M- in ih effectiveness ..f the si -
ii"n.
Paragraphs 4 flnd i" confirms
11 n 1 ipiuion as in tin' Dintrul ;* 11.1
ope rat inn ul the st it ion as express-
ed l>\ us me lime ago
criticising Hi** conduct ol the I
11 ic light and power plant.
Copy.
N'i : 1.11
2qtll AugUSt, III ',
Sir.
With i' Fen in ' tn y ea N" : V) "I the 21st |une 1912
and No : 1 i'i id 31st ( )c|..|.ei I
I 1 ni" I he honour la repoi 1 ilia I
tie kadio-1elenraph Station ni
N I--.hi has 1 een complete and l> is
I" 1 u lad a nver liv the, t iovernrnenl
from the lepresenl itives ol the
Contractor,
2. I nttach copies ol reports
dated the 19th instant from, Mr.
Dupree, the Engineei in charge nf
tin- work, from Mr. Burps, the
I iovernmeni $uj rintendenl ol
Telegraphs, also a 1 pj of 1 report
from Mr. limn'! for the information
of Messrs PreectCardew nndSftell.
Copies nf thtSCorrespi mdence ire he
log forwarded to the Crow u \g
and they are being instructed to
|ii\' iniv amounts ilne to tin: Anglo-
French Wireless Company as soon
i-s they are -. 1 i-ii- <1 thai now frames
fur 1 he Ot-cillalory Transformers
and the omission* of the spare
puts have been forwarded to tins
I lUlll'llt.
3, Owing to the local atmos-
phc ric iiiiiilii inns it is impossible
fur the Contractor to cany nut that
part "I Clause JO of the Special
1 1iner.1l Conditions of the Contract
which states "under all conditions"
and you might consider it advis-
able tn draw then attention to the
wording of the clause.
4. I he Radin Telegraph Sta-
niii "vas formally opened by me
rday m the presence ol Hie
Members of both Councils, and of
tlic I louse of Assembly and a large
number <>l the Public. I forward
extracts from one of the It cal
papers with an account of the
igs
5 The Public appreciated the
[i ims w Inch were -ent in their
nan e ; it make- them feel that they
have taken s part in the installa-
tion of ihe Radic-Telegf iph,
, If ihe working of the Nassau
Station p oves satisfactory I ho| e
to |>e able to induce the House to
Ihe necessity ol connecting
smne of the mine important of the
< hit Islands by Wireless, If a
tablished at Inagua
it would place those Islands in
communiral ion with | ima ica
and the oiln'1 West Indian Islands.
I have the honour to be,
Ml,
Your most obedient, bumble
,,. b.h addon-smith
1i ivei nor.
I hi Right Honourable
Lea 1- 1 larcourt, P. C.
,\ & \
ieen Anne's (', lie,
Westminster, 5, W.,
15th October, iqi 3.
I he Crown \ gents For fhefColonie*,
W'li lehall Gardens, S. W.
1 ,.n'l "i en,
II die mas Wireless Station
I-., aoi/34.
In reply to foui lettet of the 25th
September enclosing copies ol
Coloni il Reports <.n the Wi
ion i'i \' i--m, Baharn 1-, we
11,.ic 1 at tig 1 illing is only possible
between 4:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m,
during some months in the yeaij'ii
account of atmospheric disturban-
ces.
2. Atmospheric disturbances are*
now generally divided into four
classes :
1.
2.
3-
4
Slight.
Moderate
Stinng
Severe.
Dining a period of : i hours the
disturbances may fluctuate ovei
all four classes, and as illustrate g
this we nttach a Cop) of curves
taken at Aden and Berbers in July
and April 1012 which are fait sam-
ples of tropical distui bailees. Il
will be noted however that these
records aie for twelve hours per day
only.
3. When disturbances become
moderate an untrained operator
would be unable to read thesignals
and consequently at Berbers on
such a day as 9th April 1913 he
w hi Id be unable to receive any
message at all. With experie
however,aodassuming theopei itor
is a capable man he will gradu illy
become able to read the signals
even when the disturbances are
1 re.
A record of the a' hei ics
which was made at the Bow
Jamaica wireless station from Jan-
uary to December 1910 show- that
during eighteen whole days and
during short periods of other days
tin se troubles existed, and
the whole year from ten to forty
calls each day failed to gel a rt ply,
l)niing the year of 1912-13 -it-
mospherics nccurerd on 157 days
dui nig office hours, viz : bet s 1 en 7
a.m. and 7 p.m. and lasted 718
hours, out of 4400 hours. During
this time 13(11 calls were sent oul
to which no replies wer-n ived
In one instance it took no less ihSfl
21 hours 13 minutes tn transmit a
message, The atmospherics are
found to beworse at the Bowden
Station dining July, August and
Sept em b< r,
4. Il will be seen, ihcefoi e, 'I it.
in order to test the capacity of a
-1 it ion ii 1st ssent nil that the (i
eminent concerned should have al
ii- disposal not only competent
Rngineei toansure the proper runn-
ing of theplant, but also a thorough.
1 train I 1 upei' "i" talor^cap


T
THE TKI B U NE
of reading messages during atmos-
pheric disturbam
5. Furthermore, in order to ren-
der the tests quite satisfactory it is
essential that the Station in the
ship which is used for receiving the
signals be in charge oi an expert
operator. By this means <>nlv can it
be clearly decided whether a sta-
tion is capable of fulfilling the con-
ditions of the Contract.
6. It appean that the only way
hyiwhich such tests could be carried
out would be by the Government
concerned approaching 'he local
Naval \uthorities or possibly a pas-
sing warship with a request for
operation with the engineer in
charge of the station in the can
out ol the i'
7 According to tliespecificntions
for the Stations at Penang, Singa-
pore, Hong Kong and \ ombasa the
stations "will be capable of cm v.
ing out satisfactory coremnnicat over sea over distance of 40"
graphical miles at all times exi e >t
only when atmospheric d -t ir-
bances are such that the working of
the stationsisrendered impossible."
W( know "f no one who is to well
<1 laltfied to speak authorital
"ii such a point iban the Naval
Win 1 1, and it is difficult
to suggest any modification in the
clause which would make it m n
definite.
8, All wireless system are
affected by atmospherics, 1 de-
cree of intei ference being to .1 large
extent dependent on ihf cap d ility
of the receiving operator to
rate the signals from the "crackle"
of the di^tiiibanco,
o. With r< to the Su|
intendent'< report of the 23rd An
gust iqi mve instuicted the
Anglo-Frem It Wirele 1 C ip mj
1 1 ait'" d i" the pools raised and
they h ive promised to sen >ut the
materials at out 1
10. We would suggest li it in
ippcint 'i fullv 'i'ii11-
fied wireless operator to have
charge "I the station if they h iv
not already done so.
I 1. In view of the lesnlts t!i ll
have so far been obtained in the
working "I the B ihamas St
we think 0 desirable that the con-
ditions of the proposed
foi the B irhades station be
the s one a- lli"-'- for I
K mg.Sti litsSettleinentsand Mom-
basa Stations,
We are, &C
-d 1 pRI ECI CARDI IfV
,\ aNELL.
I Cardew and Snell dealing with the
'Question of the interruption of the
! wireless signals by atmospheric
. disturbance-.
2. I would invite your speci ll
1 attention lo paragraphs 4 and 10
of ibis letter,
1 have the lionout to be,
So,
Your most obedient
humble servuit,
(Signed) L. II iRCOURr.
Governor
G B. Haddon-Smith.Esq ,C.M G .
&c 8k.
Hahamas,
No tot
Sir,
Pawning -" t.
30II1 ()i toh r, 1013
Wit', refer nee to y ir despatch
X,,. 1 ;i ol llf -')'u iubusi respect-
ing the wireless telegi iph -t ition
.,1 Nassau I have the honour to
transmit to you n copy of a l<
w ith a di igram.fi m Messrs Preece,
Don'1 Forget the Show at I he
Imperial ihisexening. 1 he Fiinge
o| in" is an educational film
allv) winch shows how a giil
m prove that her character is
more til in wealth. Go and see
how resists temptation, and
how she wins out iu the end. See
\ Ivei; isement,
I he R issi m U irq-ia
" raara" arrive I yeste lay, 43
.1 ivs from Port Albert, ne 11 Car-
diff, vv iln with coal to the Light-
li 1 ise I '"p irtment,
Novi
BY RADIOTELEGRAPH
Washington, 25.Wm W. Fm.
ley, Pi s. lent "l the Souiln rn
R lilway I omp my, died ud lenly
a-, his residi m e here tin- aft< rnooii
from ap ph
Schenect idy, N. Y I Vbnul
... |>f
1 the General I- lei trie Cn p mj
c 01-e ii e
conip
man and woman in 1 heir f"iim r
P' .si t lolls.
W ishington, ;s fes*ie Wood
ro Wilson, d iu htei "I
, and Francis B wes
Say re today i the
, ast roo 11 "I 'I' W ite I iouM be.
fore ,,ne ..f the mosi rJistinvnMn >l
romp mi's that ever I in
a itional ' pit"1.
Mourmfllon, France, 95.nan -
in... ,1 1 1 Roche won tlie cup f< r
dit;in fit tin b a
ivj itur, pnvi ; mi"s mi four
hours, in a dense I ig and bitu rly
cold weather.
Bu< France, 25. \v aior Perr.
I, ,!,!,., | n,f u tirlds n < rd
1, |,iK|| [lights was killed ' Aa>
wh.-n he fell too feet. II" u
perin eating ith .1 new in 1 0
l.'.nd"i. 25. V* a "'Milt nf n"1-
vous breakd >\> n V redei n k I o*n
i \|.,,in .s ill at the Berki ley
Hotel.
Paris 25 James Ha/en Hyde
aid Countess Louis de Content
Bir >n d nighter of John Lei-hm in,
, k \ nb issad ir to Germany, were
married today.
El P iso, Tex is. js. \ degperate
battle beiwren Mexican federals
and constitutionalists h>r the p w
session "f Juarez was still g"io'J
on this afternoon with the advan-
tage entirely on the rebels
Latest reports state that the feder-
al forces were in rout. Nearly 12.
men were engaged in the con-
flict.
R E A L
\V ishington, 25.'I he question
whether the govet nni.'iit of the
United Si I Europe shoul I
n,.t preset ih" the lanes to lie tra-
versed by '.can liners, and
laws requiring all vessels under
respective Nags I strictly
to those lanes is 1 tised in the an.
nual op irt "f the n ival hydro
phic "Hi :e, m ide public today.
1 isport, England, 25 I he
lead keel of Shamrock Fourth,
whirh is in try t" ' ipture the
\meric i*s 1 up next yi '.,"
cast heir to iir rrow. Sir I homas
Lipton, v. ith a few friends, will
attend the ceremony.
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2^.- I
I'.OI'JII'V, singer mid .1 .11 el 11 d
|,. i,|,m ol llfl own C nnpinv, was
111,11 ried here tod iy,
Washington, 23. President Wil
son -\ ill attend the football m 1" h
1 1 nm> and na* 1
S.ituiday next in New York Lity.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Wednesdy Nov. ?Q
SPELIAL FEATURES
Blue Ridge Folk
\\i>
The Fringe of Sin
AN EXCEPTIONAL DRAMA
\YI 111 OTHER REELS.
fill. I|.l. Is.
NO I* I C E
New York, .'S. *ndre l
today cell hrated his
! ,y. I Ic is in fine If tills.
Gasoline
L* I \ND\RU I ll ' G .-'-
O ii! I\l Sold i" quantities
l hie i is!Ion .nd upwards l"r
one shilling a gallon,
ns "I v gallons at j 1 r is
iili.n, subject 10 return
einptV .
I hese special I Irums do
with the necessity "l buying a
Storage I oil..
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Not
K I'. A 1-. j-^
Bargains
again
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLIAMS
I ill-: SHOEMAN
lias just received a
large consignment of
Boots andShoes most
of which ere
SAMPLE I < TS
of t. J and 3 palls of a
brand and style in all
which .1 1 old
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
Iu many instance-, the discount I
not less than
10 pei cenl on the
REi iULAR PRICES
I to d i) an I c >a\ ince you*
self that this is another lot "f
those Exceptional Bargain!
which is eve y HOW and ill u
1 Ifei ed at
Will IW1-'
WHOLESALE \\u RETAIL
SHOE ESI VHLISHMENI*.
277, 270, Bay-sl.....t.____
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
*Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
NOTICE !
Gasoline
SI WD \U1) Oil Cos "1 asulenJ
... |.| ,;i q nit,ties ill 5 gallons
and upward lor one shilling p^
gallon at I i 1 ig
Bring a Vefrsel for small quantj
t ies.
11 had with "drufl
hits,' subject t" return when empli
U'. n the Fifth i Br Mild at
.- 1 1 ,. less in per cent dis-
t f. n, b, factory,
Ren Car* also for Hire,
Ricjcles rented f >r ics a week
\,,' noi'iie an 1 bit yel* supplre
kept in stock, Cylindet oil am
Vuto Grease a specialty.
Can even - II you a very ronw
mi ni storage drum with faueit tr
. ne .in 1
lie 111,
Npp'v to
I. P. s|\|\K
,7 Market Street.
Nov. 18, iqi 3.
GEO. L. DAYIS
MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON
PIANO, VIOLIN.
\1 VNDOL'N nnd GUITAR.
Pianos tuned and Repair*
Ord$r$ ('('.a jor Priv \H
'Entertainment**
(.7 West street.
r


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