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Thursday, November 27. 1913 L %  WIN I \-.R TOURISTS A SUGGESTION. We nil hope for a comparatively good season ilns winter. Some reasons for our hope are (i) The Miami service is likely to be regular, and the F. P C. Motel Company are moie likely than ever io look on Miami as the natural outlet to Nassau' I he) are g tod business men, and would appear to have learned a useful lesson. (2) The de • case of Mr. Plagler eliminates what we believe has been an element of indifference t<> Nas in. which perhaps bordered on animosity. We have the idea that Mr. I'arsons has a soft spot for Nassau. In any case, those who now control the polii ) of the Hotel Company will not fight against Nassau if the) thai Nassau is a paying proposition (3) The Ward Line is finding that running som< I its best boats to tins port in the season is good business, and they propose to further improve this extra service. But we are almost ashamed of this long preliminary. Now for the suggestions. ()ne of our citizens, in the course of a conversation yester day expressed the fol twofold idea. Why should we not 11.-Rgenl in Miami, from December to April to push the clai ns of Nassau ;,s ;l u inter resort, ; nd whs not pay him gnmethii e.u h passenger that he Ben Iby the "Miami" ? A gentleman like Mr. C. C. Saunders could do much in the wa\ of pushing our claim-, and could, at the ime tune, help <>n his own bnsiui -s This would he a cheap i\ 1 I advertising the Colony a I a vital point. \ v hv not get into touch with Thos Cook Rn( ] Sons of New > l tourisl nffii e, and arrange to pay them a premium on evi ry passenger whose i,, k, t the cure b> the Ward Line ? Would it be not worth while 10 thu int' touch w ith tins agem \ h might lead to [heir introdui ing Bi itish visitors t. us lati i • n. W e pass o U the suggestion. It appears to us that il is woi thv onsideration and worthy of ing acted upon DUMP. We notice tint the Schooner Winifred M," is loading with a unique cargo— to wit, scrap 11011, old pots, kettels, pans, at the Public wharf to the north of the Electric Power House. We do not know the ultimate destination of the omnium | gatherum, but the removal of the unsightly heap will not de-) tract from the appearance of [ the surroundings. If it is the intention to dump the cargo into! deep water outside of Hog is-l land, il will be a convenient 1 and sanitary method of diSpoS | ing of it, and no better method could have been adopted. I lad the culinarv utemils, and "emp ties" of various kind been dis I posed of in the suburbs out of, SIL;IU, one gra\ e objection Could be taken to it, they would have made breeding places for Ano phelesand Culici,common name j Mosquitoes It is to he hoped that there will be one great general (lean up of this kind of rubbish, anil tha* in future property owners and tenants will not suffer similar accumulations If all has not yet b n d< DOSj ited or. the Public wharf, we think the Board of Health mijjht li\ a lime limit for its r imoval from th 1 several lots in the city and suburbsand deposit it within i ol the carts employed in conveying it to the place of ul timale removal, in order that there m i> not be any unne g try prolongation of the work Let all of us get even here p operly cleaned up, and then makea fresh start lor cleanliiH SS sanitation and hygeine, There is a gieat deal of truth conveyed m tlie song We used to sillg "long lime ago "If each about Irs own door s veep, The City will be ch audtherewill be no mor* friction b tween the Chief Medic it Officer, the Sanita y and us. J I v' cut lion \ lininistrative Report for the month of ( telo : ,: 1 01 the Commissioner of Governor's Harbour l.liiith.-ra. •• \s ,1 result of C 1;; 1 liau Exhibit 10 i ases of canned Ti matoes were forwarded to toronto bj last mad The Firm of \ and A Griffin have received \, ; d 'nquirio and one broker I s ;ed for %  > s impli' ( i-e. The 1 1 a RI t • t S broker for distribution. He thinks he can handle the whole pack. (SD) GILBERT A. ALBURY. Commr. Nov. 1 ith 1913. A Cricket match will be played between the Pastern Volunteer Pire Brigade, and the Wanderers Cricket Clubs on the Eastern J'arade tomorrow afternoon at 2 o clock. The Motor "Frances E" left for Miami this morning with the following passengers.— Mesdames Mary Smith, Julia Forcer and intant, Catharine Bastian, Matilda Smth. Prances E. Rodgers, Patience Saunders. Savalita Adderley, Amelia Adderley, Caroline Wood, Lucinda Williams, Mary I lunter, Olivi 1 Deveaux, Anna Kirk, Norah Kirk, Sylphia Johnson, Harriet Wallace, Marion Thompson. Messrs Joseph Toote, MaUchi Young, Jacob Clarke, Charles J ihnson, Israel King, Msoes Hunter. Jordan Gilbert, Allied Johnson, Amos Rolle. Pun oln Wallace, Richard Thompson, I lerberl riiompson, John I'"' le, Thomas Rolle, Samuel Clarke, Harold Rodg< rs,JacobS Clarke, Thomas Dorsett, Alexander Bain F_red Pratt, Mitchell Horton, Lewis Smith, Reginald Robinson, John Williams, Felix \lajor. Waller Wad M e, I Pnrv Major, Jame Maj 'is md,William Ltlai k, Mister Iheophilous l-orcer. ifi The Imperial Theatre is giving a goiid Progiamme as usual tomorrow evening. The Synopsis of "A Piotege of Uncle Sam" is published below. This is a 1 we Reel feature. A Synopsis "f annthei interesting feature "To the City" will be published toUIOI row. %  A PROTKGEOF UNCLE SAM." The Champion two reel pit ture. "A Protege of Uncle Sam, is a fir more valuable offering than may be 01 once apparent Ri 11 ction will pr >\ e it and it will do a heap of good, The b si thing that it s IOWS is the na\ y't value to the United Stat< I simply and s.iely as a training school for men It tells ,111 op timis'ic, wholesome story ol the regeneration of a lather wild youth, using the disi iplina and training that J ick I ai getas the meanIl is coin lining, for it is true. The scenes were taken on board "ne of the big ships and sb ws, somewhat idealised, yet fairly what a sailor's life is. As showing this, it gives whAt is not only interesting but v.da able information, especially since it suggests a good use for it. The picture will not only help the navy but it will help many boss who want to make something of themselves an 1 can't, and may help parents who don't know to do with some unruly has much good in h\:?.\ training. Por its own nation d government help this picture along. It tt a good and interesting story be^" sidi s The picture was probably suggested by the visit of the big fleet to New York recently. It gives the history of a lad from childhood to the tune when he hadistinctly made good. He was adopted fro n an ophanage by rich pc iple and grows up as their son. The parental discipline of his fostei father wasn't quite enough '<> keep the lad Straight. This inatural. A father has usually a key to his child's character in his own nature, but an adopted child isapt t 1 be an unknown quantity until it is loo late to guide him easily. We see il so m this boy's case, lbs foster father is unable io rein him in and he runs a pretty fast pace ih< re is a uirl in the story, the d lughter of the banker who is a warm friend of the f( >ster fathei and who tries to train the lad to b, a busmc-s man, but fails. The girl knows that llere is much good in him .HI I she remains his true friend, even after be his been discharged for drunkenness by his employe! and cast ., drift by his fos' %  •1 fathei in the hope that he M ill wake up and wake a man of himself. There isn't much o| it ; legoes from b id to worse and his course downward is teady. it takeustnroughsome very interesting slum scenes. He is n iw down and out and finds He' Li] pel 1 ai I of the cily "healthier" than the Chatam Square purlieu*. We have seen a very lively fight m the hitter place. The young man is shown leanin,' on a rail at Riverside Drive watching the armada <>f lighting ships. The girl passes in an automobile, recognizes him, gets out and advises htm to join the na\ v. This he does. The second reel occupies itself mostly with his experience in the navy. It shows us ships and life on shipboard. ()f course, iit has been done before, but W6 n



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u have never seen it done in just .^thisway and we do not think tluTaW other picture of an American Jack Tar's life has had the human and educational value that this lias. Yet the story has not been spoiled for t'e take of information ; perhaps the |pe is on the other foot, but it' rue e'nough and satisfying. ES COURT, fos. Bumside--Breach License Act— is. Melvin Bethel—Shooting at (Eunice Sturrup with intent to do %  hersome grievous bodily—Aduourned to 20th inst. 15—Richard Morrison—Using "threats of personal violence towards Lewis Morrison his bro tlier —Cautioned. Estelle Williams—using threats of personal violence towards Alfred E. Bon.iinv in St. tending to breach of tie peace — 1 dismissed. John MajorBreach Cab Act —bs. or 5 days. 17—Constance Lowe 111treat in 1 .' a horseDismissed. Eugene Robinson and Reuben Smith—Placing an impure and offensive liquid to wit urine iu street: Dismissed, 18 Jeremiah Armbristcr — Illtreating a mule by beating same with a stone — i JS. or 8 days. James Hoodie— Breach Dog License Act -Dismissed. Bertie Sa mis Assaulting and beating I'.lijal. Coleby — iis ami 4s. cost or 10 days. Robert A. A ^pie—Assaulting and beating Beatrice \V Hi.un1 2S. and 3s. (>d. costs or 10 days. Thomas Bottick Assaulting a.id beating Martha Ann Rolls s -.. or 6 da) s. 19 Law rence Major Drunk and using profane and indecent language in street, also assaultand resitting Constable Diggist while in the execution of his duty 16s. or 10 days Elizabeth Jenson — breach Cattle Act —Dismissed Prince A. Major—Breach Dog License Act —2S. Israel Kerr — Riding on a licensed dray in Bay Street when loaded — 2S. bd. John QeveauXj and Edward Davis Lara oy of a cart load of lire wood valued <'S. the goods and chattels of Adam NKOIIS Dismissed. 22—On 12II1 instant in the Island of New Providence a certain gun loaded With gun powder and divers leaden shot at one Eunice Sturrup feloniously unlawfully and maliciously did shoot with intent in so doing to her the said Eunice Sturrup then bv then to do some grievous bodily harm—Committed for. trial at the January Session of the Supreme Court. Jos. Saunders—Drnnk in street — 5s. or 4 days. James Tayloi -Breach Street Traffic Rules—as. 6d. Thomas BostickAssaulting and beating Catherine Bostick (his wife)—Bound in his own recognizance in £".s. to keep the peace for (> months. Nassau N. P. Nov, a6th 191.3. To The Editoi of The Tribune Dear Sir. I wish you would use your in Suence, in I h tve m appoin ted to a seat on the II >ar.l 01 Public Works. My object in making this request, is that I want the sidewalk along my b 1-1 place concreted, and also in front of my Residence. This is all I have to say Sir. at this writing. Yours trulv. NEGLECTED. THE LEOPARD cannot change his spots, but the removal of spots arid blemishes from clothes ib assured if 9UNLIOHT SoAP i^ used. As the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darkness of the night, so clothes washed with SUNLIGHT SOAP gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. Unlike the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to destroy, SUNLIGHT SOAP is created to preserve. It preserves your clothes and household linen, and makes them last longer. SUNLIGHT SOAP is guaranteed pure, and will not injure the finest fabric. BIY IT. .Jim IJ,I He gave this reply to threeIopening of tin Mary Cm/on nutations which waited on Hostel bv Queen Alexandra. IMPERIAL THF.ATR.E Frioay 28 Nov. SPECIAL l I A I URKS The Protege of Uncle Sam I WO REFbS. To The City \ REX AN THE TRICK ti'l. <)-. is. C UILEC.RAMS November 27th 1913. London, 25. —Bombay dispatches referring to the possibility of Lord Kitchener succeed in'g L>rd Harding, as Viceroy of India, in eiveS some cre.lence here. Oxford, 23. Chancellor Lloyd (ieorge thinks it impossi1 ble now (or the women sulfia gettes to obtain the passage of a bill granting the parliamentary franchise to women in the British Isles, as they have not a majority of the people behind them. il-'l him here this morning and broached the subject of woman suffrage. London, 25.--"Jim Larkin is the man of the week". Thousands have list.-ned to his fiery, aide eloquence at the Albert Hall and other huge buildings. Newspapers which make an Bp pea! t > the conservative class have been found speaking of Larkin in terms of high praise. Sectional Strikes are threaten ing in several industries. The syndicalists flavour a wide spread sink'before Christmas The political outlook is liable to be completi ly changed. London, 25 —An action for slander heard in the courts this wi ek has attrai ted widespread public interest and more than USUal attention in legal Circles on account of it being the first a-e tried before the new Lard Chief Justice, Sir kufus Isaacs Action had been brought by the Rev. Ghent, a London Curate, to obtain damages from a police sergeant who alleged that the curate has misconduc ted himself sometimes with his wife. The jury were unable to a gree on a verdict, London, 25.--The memory of of the Ameiican V11 e-Reins of India, as the late Lady Curzon was incorrectly called, WM commemorated to dav by the The Duchess of Marlborough and Lord Curzon received Hei Majesty. I.evis, 25.—Ste-Marie, a town of 1600 inhabitants, was swept by Ine today. According to re ports the damage wrought was $ jOO.OOO. Vienna, 35.—Sofia dispal affirm that the Bulgarian {situation is assuming a critical character. POPULAR MECHANICS THE Magazine that makes. Fact more fnnrlnutlng thnn Fiction "WmTTIM 0 VOU CAN UNDC*>TAND IT A GREAT Continued Story o( the World', Pro(TOH which vou may begin reading ui any time, ami which will hold your interest forever, is running in Popular Mechanics Magazine Are you reading it' Two milHoM ol are. and it is the Invonti readers in South as well as in No It appeals to all classes-old and youi and women—those who know and UWM who want to know. aao PACKS CACH MONTH 1"0 PICTUNIf aoo ARTtcLia or QINIRAI INTINIT The "Shoai Not" D.p..ime.,i Rives easy ways to do i | useful articles for home and shop, repairs, et.. "Amateur Mechanics HO pages! tells how to make Mission furniture, wireles nil.' %  engines, magic, and all the things a boy loves. By mall, per year 2.00 (gold ) VVNITI ropt rait SAMPLI COPY TODAY POPULAR MECHANICS CO. 11/. W Waahinnton M HI* \."



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i\r. i you when you ask a girl to leave a happv home you are asking a ood deal of her. If you haven't pot the price to provide her with all the modern imps to which flic has been used she will kirk out of the traces the first thing you know." "So bad as that ? "Vay—even worse than that sometimes. I tell you when Poverty comes in at the window Love packs up her things and goes back to mummer and sobs out her troubles on mommer's new clean waist. Sometirr.es lovely meets with a welcome, but more often she does not, for the old folks aren't oveily anxious to take back girls who will leave home and get married against the parental wishes. (To be concluded) NOTICE Gasoline S TANDARD Oil. GO'S GASOLINE. Sold in quantities of One Gallon and upwards for one shilling a gallon. Drums of 50 gallons at 23 cents a gallon, subject to return when empty. These special Drums do away with the necessity of buying a Storage Tank. C. C. SAUNDERS. Nov. 19, 1913. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shi ngles at $9.60 per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5 in. Cvpressat $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. 1 Ins price made possible by a very large purchase. Frtsh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. W E would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on h*nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Mimatre Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce at.aiticle of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect I the patronage of connoiseurs. SAUNDERS XCo. Bat Street. REAL NOTICE W HAT about that PANX.MA HAT of youM It wants cleaning. Polishing and 1 Blocking, and nowhere in tins City ; jan you get it done but at THOMAS I-".. NABBIE, and at a very modernte price. Doesn't matter how bid aconditon it may be in it can be m.de as |g od as new, or In tier. Remember he is a>5 594 Bay Sneet THE WORLD'S JUGDMENT makes powerful the name STANDARD f.NGINE. FRESH JUST ARRIVED \ N extra Large assortment of Holidiv Cakes and Candies 1 reel fioiu 'the Factory such as | v ';miliow Mixed Our Da.ling Dixie Plantation Our llobovaiid 25 other different Mited Cakes at tacts per lb Mixed md.es at 18 cts per lb Also the •Mowing Cakes in P k..e* at 6 s Kaiain Cookies, O. I Pies Mild .,ncl. His. uits. These are unequall "'"' ,l,,y ATTOOTE'S Lloyd's Register shows this — the power of the majority. Back of the Standard guarantee is the Stalldurd Motor Construction Co ,171 Pine st., Jersey City, N. J. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Nassau, N. P. Agent for the Bahamas. NOTICE. T HIS j.; to inform my P ilmm ni I the Public in (iene.al that I have opened my Public Black S .nth Shop; and .\nt mm ready t" do anything in the line ol General repair 01 new work HofM Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. IV V Huylcr, PayStre't. hast (Wh.iri; NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE. 11 is jn-t received T HE Balance f Uieir Large assortment ol I oys and Kancy goods I... Xmas, from I .union and Ain.'i ica, l IK Assortment, being such a lame one. we will only gi\e a I.-'. of the leading one-.. DOLLS, DOLLS. 3 Cases ol Dressed and undressed Dolls from 3s.to 1 os. slg, Dolls Car iages, Perambu'ators, and 110 Carts from 2s to £\. Large St.-. I Express Waggons from 4*. to £1 Vehiciped. h, K'o king HortesDoll's Pianos from 5. to |6. v hild's Risking Chairs .md A v. rv la rue variety ol Sm..'l Poys, and Xmas Caid*. Al-o .e.eived Another Crate ol Ass'M led China, FURNITURE, FURNITURE. lust receiv >. t" go*, eai h Chiffoiiieies, Bedsteads, Wash Siands and Mattresses, single and double from £1 hi £2. \ F. MOORE. Nov. iq i'i 1 W. A. MATHER UNDF.R I IKER D ESIRES to inform his friends ami the Public ih it he has jusi received a complcta outfit "f facilities for Ihe business ol an 00dertaker, which places In... in a jiosiiinn to carry out Funerals that in.iv he entrusted to his care M ith system and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their pat...nag Gel my Prices fust and |>.ove that the\ are |the very lowest for fust class w.rk. Bargains A CAIN IN HOOTS AND SHOES. W ILL! VMS THE SHOEMAN Has just received n large consignment of Moots andShoes most of which are SAMPLE ':_ of I, 2 and 3'ft"I brand and style in ,.H which are being sola SURPRISINGLY CHEAP? In many instances the discount fl not le-S than 20 per cent on the REGULAR PRICES Call to day and convince your self thai this is another lot of those Exceptional Bargains which is every now and then offered at WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE aNU RETAIl SHOE BSFAHLISHMBNT. 277, 279 Bay-street, ~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 tNDARD Oil Cos'.i.s.dene sold iii quantities of s gallons and upward for one shilling per gallon at (i irage Bring a Vessel for small quantities. Drums may he ha


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CO o o 7) 0) *• o +-> (0 •e-< Nulltua Jvddicttis Ivirnre in veilia m&glstrl. Being bound lo iwivr to the Dogma.* f no Ma.ter N.vsinu. N. P.. De.he.tne.s, Thurday. November 27. I9IJ No. LEON E II. Dl'PI (II, I" I'lToR • %  I t'RopRllliiB OI'KICK 38 44 MAKKKT STKKKT Nassau N. P., &AHANAS. f. o. ov In: PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday. A/ednesday an.I Friday — tinglecopy ... ... Jil Tuesday Thnisdav and Saturday— single Copl ... id Weekly 4 }d Sfonlbl) i t 4'i Quarterly ... ... 4s. HalfYearl* ... 8s. Yeanv if* PAYAHI.K IN ADVANCE. Adveitising Rales: Six pence per line for first insertion ; three pence DM line % %  I second inseition; and one penny pel line for Subsequent insertions Advertiseriients under eiidit lines 4s. LOVE AND MONEY Love is the kingpin of the woihl," mid the philosopher. I hat 1*, if wifey knows how In wield the rollingpin," interrupted the Lunatic, "and if she wields it on the dough and r.ot on hubby's head." "I repeat that love is king' nf the wcrUl." said the Philosopher. "II it isn't king, then what is? Money" retorted the Lunatic, \\ ith %  n ink, ''Money is ill' king* pin of the world, and love — well, I'd pui my money on Love for place, I ul money to win every lime "Ah, vning man, \ 011 have none of the finer sentiments -money, hali give iinlove, sweet, sweet love, puppy love, the love of IV. remher foi May, mother love, cry hoe, ronntiV loVe, < hinee hive, Zulu love, Dutch, trial), Monkey hoe. Donkey love, love, love love; it's all sweet, it's all po >d would the whole world were m low." "You dried up old peek -1 hill believe you fir• InlnVewith some spring chic' en yourself," "1 an I love 'em all -all wo. mankind i| sweet and loverahle ft nd the man w ho dosen't love 'em — aye, love nn nil is no mm. I am here In sav." 'Now, you can stnpftght tli< re — you have pone far enough—you ought to he the Sul'.tn of I urkej — or rather of Chicken -don t you know that the gap between theory — sentimental theoiy — and pract ice is as wide us the jaws of hell ? I low long would vour theory hold in repard to IOMII' everybody? Suppose yi u were married — which you are not and never will be—but just for instance—suppose vou were married to some sweet, confiding, dusting creatureand you kissed her a wann-Mipposed-tn he-honest goodhovs kiss at the door and starteH down the street in the rearguard of some chicken just because she flapped her wings, is she stepped oil the curbing and you took a notion to follow her lo her particular chicken coop, Stopped her at her door, and, bobbing around on your knees, said. "Ah, fair maid, I hive thou with All my heart and soul — will thou bees! niv affinity ? Sup. pose she said \es she wouldst and then agreed lo IU with you because you pot fl} with'h-r, what wouldst lie the result ? Do*| not know ; I dost. I h u wouldst be tangled in the meshes of divorce suit, that's w hat H1011 woulds'. Take a little lip from father and love onlv one at a time. Cm out the affinity business. Also this hwe-every. bodv g ig, It won't po it isn't under stood m I his rapid t ransit |ge, People are too suspicious Why, if vou chuck a pre It] waitress tin dei the chin in a faJhei I v way, some ohlpolahont will tell it mound the circuit that you lrird lo flirt ith her." M Yl u digress— I >;iv love i. king of the w 01 hi atnl you si y money IS." "Oh. that's the point, is il ?\Vel', let me ask you, w h.n you are stone broke will a full heart fill an emptv st rmacll ? You might go and hug I he baker around the neck, but that wouldn't pet vou a soft roll. It would come nearer getling you H swift hard kick. Love is all npht, but let me whisper that money comes first. You go make your pile of money and then see how m.uiv jols *ie ready 10 I we you, Carlo ids of 'em, to he sure, I'.uy a Palm Ueach suit nnd hike for the seaside With n hankroll and tl e lanes will fall allovi : themselves noticing you. They will crowd around you like flies around a molaSSet barrel— only you'll pet StU k like the flies do — that's the only difference. Hut as for the loving gag, you can always pet plenty of people to love you if you can make a noise likea bank account." "I wouldn't give an ounce of pure love for all the gold in llie world. "Whew— that's coming it pretty strong. .1 1st wait until I in ike a million and watch me. Keep ymir lamp! on me then, old man, and when vou see me splitting open the atmosphere in my f 5,009 chug wagon, leaving a streak of gasoline for you to turn your nose up at, believe me, bo, you'll curse your totten theories under your breath and sav I was right after all. And beside me you'll see a beautiful girl—an heiress, mayhap — for in "iey seeks monev—and as we loll back in the cushions and pass you like a blue Streak, you"H catch your breath and say, Lord, that fellow is going some." There have been more happy marriages through love thin through money." "Notwo perfectly foolish young geeks of opposite sexes t ike a silly r Otion ih it they caiu.ot live any longer without each other—Willie %  ays he'll swallow • safety razor and lessie says she'll jump in the river and they get themselves all Worked up over nothing uutd they reach a point where they must get married or bust. \V illie is making the munificent sum of eight dollars a week ami Pessie, just out of school, sivs that ought to he ample for two to live on. Shedoesu't know how to cook e hard-boiled egg intelligently, and hardly knows which end of the bioom to use, yel she is ready and willing to jump in anil assume all the responsibilities and troubles of a matron, while Willie is more than willing to be. 1 ome the head of a large and interesting family with not enough to keep H in milk. Of Course, their old folks object, SO the romantic schoolgirl and the silly Willie b y agree tint they will elope. They do, and live scruppily ever after, Whv couldn't I hey have waited till Willie got a Stake and a regular sure-enough job so that he could support her in the style to which (continned on fourth pass.)


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Nulltua Jvddicttis Ivirnre in veilia m&glstrl.
Being bound lo iwivr to the Dogma.* f no Ma.ter
N.vsinu. N. P.. De.he.tne.s, Thurday. November 27. I9IJ
No.
LEON E II. Dl'PI (II,
I" I'lToR . I t'RopRllliiB
OI'KICK 38 44 MAKKKT STKKKT
Nassau N. P., &AHANAS.
f. o. ov In:
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday. A/ednesday an.I Friday
tinglecopy ... ... Jil
Tuesday Thnisdav and Saturday
single Copl ... id
Weekly .......4}d
Sfonlbl) ......it 4'i
Quarterly ... ... 4s.
HalfYearl* ... 8s.
Yeanv if*
PAYAHI.K IN ADVANCE.
Adveitising Rales: Six pence per line
for first insertion ; three pence DM line
'I second inseition; and one penny pel
line for Subsequent insertions
Advertiseriients under eiidit lines 4s.
LOVE AND MONEY
' Love is the kingpin of the
woihl," mid the philosopher.
" I hat 1*, if wifey knows how In
wield the rollingpin," interrupted
the Lunatic, "and if she wields it
on the dough and r.ot on hubby's
head."
"I repeat that love is king' nf
the wcrUl." said the Philosopher.
"II it isn't king, then what is?
' Money" retorted the Lunatic,
\\ ith n ink, ''Money is ill' king*
pin of the world, and love well,
I'd pui my money on Love for place,
I ul money to win every lime "
"Ah, vning man, \ 011 have none
of the finer sentiments -money,
hali give iin- love, sweet, sweet
love, puppy love, the love of IV.
remher foi May, mother love, cry
hoe, ronntiV loVe, < hinee hive,
Zulu love, Dutch, trial), Monkey
hoe. Donkey love, love, love love;
it's all sweet, it's all po >d would
the whole world were m low."
"You dried up old peek -1 hill
believe you fir InlnVewith some
spring chic' en yourself,"
"1 an I love 'em all -all wo.
mankind i| sweet and loverahle
ft nd the man w ho dosen't love 'em
aye, love nn nil is no mm. I
am here In sav."
'Now, you can stnpftght tli< re
you have pone far enoughyou
ought to he the Sul'.tn of I urkej
or rather of Chicken -don t you
know that the gap between theory
sentimental theoiy and pract ice
is as wide us the jaws of hell ? I low
long would vour theory hold in re-
pard to Iomii' everybody? Suppose
yi u were married which you are
not and never will bebut just for
instancesuppose vou were mar-
ried to some sweet, confiding,
dusting creature- and you kissed
her a wann-Mipposed-tn he-honest
goodhovs kiss at the door and start-
eH down the street in the rearguard
of some chicken just because she
flapped her wings,is she stepped oil
the curbing and you took a notion
to follow her lo her particular
chicken coop, Stopped her at her
door, and, bobbing around on your
knees, said. "Ah, fair maid, I hive
thou with All my heart and soul
will thou bees! niv affinity ? Sup.
pose she said \es she wouldst and
then agreed lo IU with you because
you pot fl} with'h-r, what wouldst
lie the result ? Do*| not know ;
I dost. I h u wouldst be tangled in
the meshes of divorce suit, that's
w hat H1011 woulds'. Take a little
lip from father and love onlv one
at a time. Cm out the affinity
business. Also this hwe-every.
bodv g ig, It won't po it isn't
under stood m I his rapid t ransit |ge,
People are too suspicious Why,
if vou chuck a pre It] waitress tin
dei the chin in a faJhei I v way, some
ohlpolahont will tell it mound
the circuit that you lrird lo flirt
ith her."
MYl u digress I >;iv love i. king
of the w 01 hi atnl you si y money
IS."
"Oh. that's the point, is il ?\Vel',
let me ask you, w h.n you are stone
broke will a full heart fill an emp-
tv st rmacll ? You might go and
hug I he baker around the neck,
but that wouldn't pet vou a soft
roll. It would come nearer get-
ling youh swift hard kick. Love
is all npht, but let me whisper
that money comes first. You go
make your pile of money and then
see how m.uiv jols *ie ready 10
I we you, Carlo ids of 'em, to he
sure, I'.uy a Palm Ueach suit nnd
hike for the seaside With n hank-
roll and tl e lanes will fall allovi :
themselves noticing you. They
will crowd around you like flies
around a molaSSet barrelonly
you'll pet StU k like the flies do
that's the only difference. Hut as
for the loving gag, you can always
pet plenty of people to love you
if you can make a noise likea bank
account."
"I wouldn't give an ounce of
pure love for all the gold in llie
world.
"Whew that's coming it pretty
strong. .1 1st wait until I in ike a
million and watch me. Keep
ymir lamp! on me then, old man,
and when vou see me splitting
open the atmosphere in my f 5,009
chug wagon, leaving a streak of
gasoline for you to turn your nose
up at, believe me, bo, you'll curse
your totten theories under your
breath and sav I was right after
all. And beside me you'll see a
beautiful girlan heiress, mayhap
for in "iey seeks monevand as
we loll back in the cushions and
pass you like a blue Streak, you"H
catch your breath and say, Lord,
that fellow is going some."
" There have been more happy
marriages through love thin
through money."
"No- two perfectly foolish young
geeks of opposite sexes t ike a silly
r Otion ih it they caiu.ot live any
longer without each otherWillie
ays he'll swallow safety razor
and lessie says she'll jump in the
river and they get themselves all
Worked up over nothing uutd they
reach a point where they must get
married or bust. \V illie is making
the munificent sum of eight dollars
a week ami Pessie, just out of
school, sivs that ought to he am-
ple for two to live on. Shedoesu't
know how to cook e hard-boiled
egg intelligently, and hardly knows
which end of the bioom to use, yel
she is ready and willing to jump in
anil assume all the responsibilities
and troubles of a matron, while
Willie is more than willing to be.
1 ome the head of a large and inter-
esting family with not enough to
keep H in milk. Of Course, their
old folks object, SO the romantic
schoolgirl and the silly Willie b y
agree tint they will elope. They
do, and live scruppily ever after,
Whv couldn't I hey have waited till
Willie got a Stake and a regular
sure-enough job so that he could
support her in the style to which
(continned on fourth pass.)


Thursday, November 27. 1913
L
WIN I \-.R TOURISTS
A SUGGESTION.
We nil hope for a compara-
tively good season ilns winter.
Some reasons for our hope are .
(i) The Miami service is likely
to be regular, and the F. P C.
Motel Company are moie likely
than ever io look on Miami as
the natural outlet to Nassau'
I he) are g tod business men,
and would appear to have learn-
ed a useful lesson. (2) The de
case of Mr. Plagler eliminates
what we believe has been an
element of indifference t<> Nas
in. which perhaps bordered on
animosity. We have the idea
that Mr. I'arsons has a soft spot
for Nassau. In any case, those
who now control the polii ) of
the Hotel Company will not
fight against Nassau if the)
thai Nassau is a paying propo-
sition (3) The Ward Line is
finding that running som< I its
best boats to tins port in the
season is good business, and
they propose to further improve
this extra service.
But we are almost ashamed
of this long preliminary. Now
for the suggestions.
()ne of our citizens, in the
course of a conversation yester
day expressed the fol
twofold idea.
Why should we not 11.--
Rgenl in Miami, from December
to April to push the clai ns of
Nassau ;,s ;l u inter resort, ; nd
whs not pay him gnmethii
e.u h passenger that he Ben I- by
the "Miami" ? A gentleman like
Mr. C. C. Saunders could do
much in the wa\ of pushing our
claim-, and could, at the ime
tune, help <>n his own bnsiui -s
This would he a cheap i\ 1 I
advertising the Colony a I a vital
point.
\v hv not get into touch with
Thos Cook Rn(] Sons of New
,>l" tourisl nffii e, and arrange
to pay them a premium on evi ry
passenger whose i,, k,t the
cure b> the Ward Line ? Would
it be not worth while 10 thu
int' touch w ith tins agem \ h
might lead to [heir introdui ing
Bi itish visitors t. us lati i n.
W e pass oU the suggestion. It
appears to us that il is woi thv
onsideration and worthy of
ing acted upon
DUMP.
We notice tint the Schooner
Winifred M," is loading with
a unique cargo to wit, scrap
11011, old pots, kettels, pans, at
the Public wharf to the north
of the Electric Power House.
We do not know the ultimate
destination of the omnium |
gatherum, but the removal of
the unsightly heap will not de-)
tract from the appearance of [
the surroundings. If it is the in-
tention to dump the cargo into!
deep water outside of Hog is-l
land, il will be a convenient 1
and sanitary method of diSpoS |
ing of it, and no better method
could have been adopted. I lad
the culinarv utemils, and "emp
ties" of various kind been dis I
posed of in the suburbs out of,
sil;IU, one gra\ e objection Could ,
be taken to it, they would have
made breeding places for Ano
phelesand Culici,common name j
Mosquitoes It is to he hoped
that there will be one great
general (lean up of this kind of
rubbish, anil tha* in future pro-
perty owners and tenants will
not suffer similar accumulations
If all has not yet b n d< DOS- j
ited or. the Public wharf, we
think the Board of Health mijjht
li\ a lime limit for its r imoval
from th-1 several lots in the city
and suburbsand deposit it within
i ol the carts employed in
conveying it to the place of ul
timale removal, in order that
there m i> not be any unne
g try prolongation of the work
Let all of us get even here
p operly cleaned up, and then
make- a fresh start lor cleanliiH SS
sanitation and hygeine, There
is a gieat deal of truth convey-
ed m tlie song We used to sillg
"long lime ago
"If each about Irs own door
s veep,
The City will be ch
audtherewill be no mor* friction
b tween the Chief Medic it Offi-
cer, the Sanita y and us.
J
I v' cut lion \ lininistrative
Report for the month of ( telo
: ,: 1 01 the Commissioner
of Governor's Harbour l.liii-
th.-ra.
\s ,1 result of C 1;; 1 liau Exhi-
bit 10 i ases of canned Ti
matoes were forwarded to to-
ronto bj last mad The Firm of
\ and A Griffin have received
\, ; d 'nquirio and one broker
I s ;ed for > s impli' ( i-e. The 1 1
a rI t t S broker
for distribution. He thinks he
can handle the whole pack.
(SD) GILBERT A. ALBURY.
Commr.
Nov. 1 ith 1913.
A Cricket match will be
played between the Pastern
Volunteer Pire Brigade, and the
Wanderers Cricket Clubs on the
Eastern J'arade tomorrow after-
noon at 2 o clock.
The Motor "Frances E" left
for Miami this morning with the
following passengers.
Mesdames Mary Smith, Julia
Forcer and intant, Catharine
Bastian, Matilda Smth. Prances
E. Rodgers, Patience Saunders.
Savalita Adderley, Amelia Ad-
derley, Caroline Wood, Lucinda
Williams, Mary I lunter, Olivi 1
Deveaux, Anna Kirk, Norah
Kirk, Sylphia Johnson, Harriet
Wallace, Marion Thompson.
Messrs Joseph Toote, MaUchi
Young, Jacob Clarke, Charles
J ihnson, Israel King, Msoes
Hunter. Jordan Gilbert, Allied
Johnson, Amos Rolle. Pun oln
Wallace, Richard Thompson,
I lerberl riiompson, John I'"' le,
Thomas Rolle, Samuel Clarke,
Harold Rodg< rs,JacobS Clarke,
Thomas Dorsett, Alexander Bain
F_red Pratt, Mitchell Horton,
Lewis Smith, Reginald Robin-
son, John Williams, Felix \lajor.
Waller Wad M e, I Pnrv Major,
Jame Maj 'is md,William Ltlai k,
Mister Iheophilous l-orcer. ifi
The Imperial Theatre is giving
a goiid Progiamme as usual to-
morrow evening. The Synopsis
of "A Piotege of Uncle Sam"
is published below. This is a
1 we Reel feature. A Synopsis "f
annthei interesting feature "To
the City" will be published
to- uioi row.
A PROTKGEOF UNCLE
SAM."
The Champion two reel pit -
ture. "A Protege of Uncle Sam,
is a fir more valuable offering
than may be 01 once apparent
Ri 11 ction will pr >\ e it and it
will do a heap of good, The
b si thing that it s iows is the
na\ y't value to the United Stat< I
simply and s.iely as a training
school for men It tells ,111 op
timis'ic, wholesome story ol the
regeneration of a lather wild
youth, using the disi iplina and
training that J ick I ai get- as
the mean- Il is coin lining, for
it is true. The scenes were taken
on board "ne of the big ships
and sb ws, somewhat idealised,
yet fairly what a sailor's life is.
As showing this, it gives whAt
is not only interesting but v.da
able information, especially
since it suggests a good use for
it. The picture will not only
help the navy but it will help
many boss who want to make
something of themselves an 1
can't, and may help
parents who don't know
to do with some unruly
has much good in h\:?.\
training. Por its own
nation d government
help this picture along. It tt
a good and interesting story be^"
sidi s
The picture was probably
suggested by the visit of the big
fleet to New York recently. It
gives the history of a lad from
childhood to the tune when he
ha- distinctly made good. He
was adopted fro n an ophanage
by rich pc iple and grows up as
their son. The parental discip-
line of his fostei father wasn't
quite enough '<> keep the lad
Straight. This i- natural. A
father has usually a key to his
child's character in his own na-
ture, but an adopted child isapt
t 1 be an unknown quantity un-
til it is loo late to guide him
easily. We see il so m this boy's
case, lbs foster father is unable
io rein him in and he runs a
pretty fast pace ih< re is a uirl
in the story, the d lughter of the
banker who is a warm friend of
the f( >ster fathei and who tries
to train the lad to b, a busmc-s
man, but fails. The girl knows
that llere is much good in him
.hi I she remains his true friend,
even after be his been discharg-
ed for drunkenness by his em-
ploye! and cast .,drift by his fos-
'1 fathei in the hope that he
M ill wake up and wake a man
of himself. There isn't much
o| it ; le- goes from b id to worse
and his course downward is
teady. it take- ustnroughsome
very interesting slum scenes. He
is n iw down and out and finds
He' Li] pel 1 ai I of the cily "heal-
thier" than the Chatam Square
purlieu*. We have seen a very
lively fight m the hitter place.
The young man is shown lean-
in,' on a rail at Riverside Drive
watching the armada <>f lighting
ships. The girl passes in an au-
tomobile, recognizes him, gets
out and advises htm to join the
na\ v. This he does.
The second reel occupies it-
self mostly with his experience
in the navy. It shows us ships
and life on shipboard. ()f course,
iit has been done before, but W6
n


u
have never seen it done in just
.^thisway and we do not think
tluTaW other picture of an Am-
erican Jack Tar's life has had
the human and educational
value that this lias. Yet the !
story has not been spoiled for t'e
take of information ; perhaps the
|pe is on the other foot, but it'
rue e'nough and satisfying.
ES COURT,
fos. Bumside--Breach
License Act is.
Melvin BethelShooting at
(Eunice Sturrup with intent to do
hersome grievous bodilyAd-
uourned to 20th inst.
15Richard MorrisonUsing
"threats of personal violence to-
wards Lewis Morrison his bro
tlier Cautioned.
Estelle Williamsusing
threats of personal violence to-
wards Alfred E. Bon.iinv in St.
tending to breach of tie peace
1 dismissed.
John Major- Breach Cab Act
bs. or 5 days.
17Constance Lowe 111-
treat in1.' a horse- Dismissed.
Eugene Robinson and Reuben
SmithPlacing an impure and
offensive liquid to wit urine iu
street: Dismissed,
18 Jeremiah Armbristcr
Illtreating a mule by beating
same with a stone i js. or 8
days.
James Hoodie Breach Dog
License Act -Dismissed.
Bertie Samis Assaulting and
beating I'.lijal. Coleby iis ami
4s. cost or 10 days.
Robert A. A ^pieAssault-
ing and beating Beatrice
\V Hi.un- 1 2S. and 3s. (>d. costs
or 10 days.
Thomas Bottick Assaulting
a.id beating Martha Ann Rolls
s-.. or 6 da) s.
19 Law rence Major Drunk
and using profane and indecent
language in street, also assault-
and resitting Constable
Diggist while in the execution
of his duty 16s. or 10 days
Elizabeth Jenson breach
Cattle Act Dismissed
Prince A. MajorBreach Dog
License Act 2S.
Israel Kerr Riding on a
licensed dray in Bay Street when
loaded 2S. bd.
John QeveauXj and Edward
Davis Lara oy of a cart load
of lire wood valued <'S. the
goods and chattels of Adam
NkoIIs Dismissed.
22On 12II1 instant in the
Island of New Providence a cer-
tain gun loaded With gun pow-
der and divers leaden shot at
one Eunice Sturrup feloniously
unlawfully and maliciously did
shoot with intent in so doing to
her the said Eunice Sturrup
then bv then to do some grievous
bodily harmCommitted for.
trial at the January Session of ,
the Supreme Court.
Jos. SaundersDrnnk in street
5s. or 4 days.
James Tayloi -Breach Street
Traffic Rulesas. 6d.
Thomas Bostick- Assaulting
and beating Catherine Bostick
(his wife)Bound in his own
recognizance in ".s. to keep the
peace for (> months.
Nassau N. P.
Nov, a6th 191.3.
To The Editoi of The Tribune
Dear Sir.
I wish you would use your in
Suence, in I h tve m appoin ted '
to a seat on the II >ar.l 01 Public
Works. My object in making
this request, is that I want the
sidewalk along my b 1-1
place concreted, and also in
front of my Residence.
This is all I have to say Sir.
at this writing.
Yours trulv.
NEGLECTED.
THE LEOPARD
cannot change his spots, but the removal of spots arid
blemishes from clothes ib assured if 9UNLIOHT SoAP i^
used. As the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darkness
of the night, so clothes washed with SUNLIGHT Soap
gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. Un-
like the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to destroy,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is created to preserve. It
preserves your clothes and
household linen, and makes
them last longer. Sunlight
Soap is guaranteed pure,
and will not injure the
finest fabric.
BIY IT.
.Jim
ij,i
He gave this reply to threeIopening of tin Mary Cm/on
nutations which waited on Hostel bv Queen Alexandra.
IMPERIAL
THF.ATR.E
Frioay 28 Nov.
SPECIAL l I A I URKS
The Protege of
Uncle Sam
I WO REFbS.
To The City
\ REX
AN THE TRICK
ti'l. <)-. is.
C UILEC.RAMS
November 27th 1913.
London, 25. Bombay dis-
patches referring to the possibil-
ity of Lord Kitchener succeed
in'g L>rd Harding, as Viceroy of
India, in eiveS some cre.lence
here.
Oxford, 23. Chancellor
Lloyd (ieorge thinks it impossi-
1 ble now (or the women sulfia
gettes to obtain the passage of
a bill granting the parliamen-
tary franchise to women in the
British Isles, as they have not a
majority of the people behind
them.
il-'l
him here this morning and
broached the subject of woman
suffrage.
London, 25.--"Jim Larkin is
the man of the week". Thou-
sands have list.-ned to his fiery,
aide eloquence at the Albert
Hall and other huge buildings.
Newspapers which make an Bp
pea! t > the conservative class
have been found speaking of
Larkin in terms of high praise.
Sectional Strikes are threaten
ing in several industries. The
syndicalists flavour a wide
spread sink'- before Christmas
The political outlook is liable
to be completi ly changed.
London, 25 An action for
slander heard in the courts this
wi ek has attrai ted widespread
public interest and more than
USUal attention in legal Circles
on account of it being the first
. a-e tried before the new Lard
Chief Justice, Sir kufus Isaacs
Action had been brought by
the Rev. Ghent, a London Cu-
rate, to obtain damages from a
police sergeant who alleged
that the curate has misconduc
ted himself sometimes with his
wife.
The jury were unable to a
gree on a verdict,
London, 25.--The memory of
of the Ameiican V11 e-Reins of
India, as the late Lady Curzon
was incorrectly called, WM
commemorated to dav by the
The Duchess of Marlborough
and Lord Curzon received Hei
Majesty.
I.evis, 25.Ste-Marie, a town
of 1600 inhabitants, was swept
by Ine today. According to re
ports the damage wrought was
$ jOO.OOO.
Vienna, 35.Sofia dispal
affirm that the Bulgarian {situa-
tion is assuming a critical char-
acter.
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i\r.
i
you when you ask a girl to leave a
happv home you are asking a ood
deal of her. If you haven't pot
the price to provide her with all
the modern imps to which flic has
been used she will kirk out of the
traces the first thing you know."
"So bad as that ? "
"Vayeven worse than that
sometimes. I tell you when Pover-
ty comes in at the window Love
packs up her things and goes back
to mummer and sobs out her trou-
bles on mommer's new clean waist.
Sometirr.es lovely meets with a
welcome, but more often she does
not, for the old folks aren't oveily
anxious to take back girls who
will leave home and get married
against the parental wishes.
(To be concluded)
NOTICE
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil. GO'S GAS-
OLINE. Sold in quantities
of One Gallon and upwards for
one shilling a gallon.
Drums of 50 gallons at 23 cents
a gallon, subject to return when
empty.
These special Drums do away
with the necessity of buying a
Storage Tank.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Nov. 19, 1913.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shi ngles at $9.60 per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5in. Cvpressat $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. 1 Ins
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Frtsh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
WE would iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on h*nd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
' guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Mimatre
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. "
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce at.aiticle of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
I the patronage of connoiseurs. SAUNDERS X- Co.
Bat Street.
REAL
NOTICE
WHAT about that
PANX.MA HAT of youM
, It wants cleaning. Polishing and
1 Blocking, and nowhere in tins City
; jan you get it done but at
THOMAS I-".. NABBIE,
and at a very modernte price.
Doesn't matter how bid aconditon
, it may be in it can be m.de as
|g od as new, or In tier. Remember
he is a>5
594 Bay Sneet
THE WORLD'S JUGDMENT
makes powerful the name
STANDARD f.NGINE.
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
\N extra Large assortment of
Holidiv Cakes and Candies
1 reel fioiu 'the Factory such as
|v';miliow Mixed
Our Da.ling
Dixie Plantation
Our llobovaiid 25 other different
Mited Cakes at tacts per lb Mixed
md.es at 18 cts per lb Also the
Mowing Cakes in P k..e* at 6
s Kaiain Cookies, O. I Pies Mild
.,ncl. His. uits. These are unequal-
l""'"',l,,y' ATTOOTE'S
Lloyd's Register shows this
the power of the majority.
Back of the Standard
guarantee is the Stall-
durd Motor Construc-
tion Co ,171 Pine st.,
Jersey City, N. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nassau, N. P.
Agent for the Bahamas.
NOTICE.
THIS j.; to inform my P ilmm
ni I the Public in (iene.al
that I have opened my Public
Black S .nth Shop; and .\nt mm
ready t" do anything in the line ol
General repair 01 new work HofM
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
IV V Huylcr,
PayStre't. hast (Wh.iri;
NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE.
11 is jn-t received
THE Balance f Uieir Large
assortment ol I oys and Kancy
goods I... Xmas, from I .union and
Ain.'i ica,
l Ik Assortment, being such a
lame one. we will only gi\e a I.-'.
of the leading one-..
DOLLS, DOLLS.
3 Cases ol Dressed and undressed
Dolls from 3s.to 1 os. slg, Dolls Car
. iages, Perambu'ators, and 110
Carts from 2s to \. Large St.-. I
Express Waggons from 4*. to 1
Vehiciped. h, K'o king HortesDoll's
Pianos from 5. to |6. v hild's
Risking Chairs .md A v. rv la rue
variety ol Sm..'l Poys, and Xmas
Caid*.
Al-o .e.eived Another Crate ol
Ass'M led China,
FURNITURE, FURNITURE.
lust receiv Stork of Furniture o deied, here
we inte iledkeeping, over tin-Ha 1
and Millinery Store, a lull line.
RECEIVING
Bureaux from 5 >>. t" go*, eai h
Chiffoiiieies, Bedsteads, Wash
Siands and Mattresses, single and
double from 1 hi 2.
\ F. MOORE.
Nov. iq i'i 1
W. a. MATHER
UNDF.R I IKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
ami the Public ih it he has
jusi received a complcta outfit "f
facilities for Ihe business ol an 00-
dertaker, which places In... in a
jiosiiinn to carry out Funerals that
in.iv he entrusted to his care M ith
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their pat...nag Gel
my Prices fust and |>.ove that the\
are |the very lowest for fust class
w.rk.
Bargains
A CAIN
IN HOOTS AND SHOES.
WILL! VMS
THE SHOEMAN
Has just received n
large consignment of
Moots andShoes most
of which are
SAMPLE ':_ -
of I, 2 and 3'ft"I
brand and style in ,.H
which are being sola
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP?
In many instances the discount fl
not le-S than
20 per cent on the
REGULAR PRICES
Call to day and convince your
self thai this is another lot of
those Exceptional Bargains
which is every now and then
offered at
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE aNU RETAIl
SHOE BSFAHLISHMBNT.
277, 279 Bay-street,
~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 tNDARD Oil Cos'.i.s.dene
sold iii quantities of s gallons
and upward for one shilling per
gallon at (i irage
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties.
Drums may he ha lots,' subject to return when empiy
Reo ihe F ifth ars sold at
#1175, !ess 10 per cent dis-
muni f. O, b. fat, lory,
Reo Cars also fut Hue.
Bicsiles rented for ics a week.
Auto noliile find bicycle supplies
kept in sto. k. Cylinder Oil and
Auto Grease a specialty.
Can even tell you a verv Ponve.
ment storaye drum with ittuHl to
keep || isolu.e. Co ne an I - them,
Apply to
J. P. simm-;.
47 Market Street.
Nov. 18, 1913.
GEO. L. DAVIS
MUSIC LESSONS GIVEN ON
PIANO, VIOLIN,
M WDOI.'N and C.LM'XR.
Pianos tuned and Repaired
Ordirt taken for Private
Entertainment I.
(.7 West street.


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