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I ii L i K I li II N! 1 1 Cities of the first class are able to pay enough to command a doctor of ability in his 'profession, yet it has not always followed that a good physician 'was nlso as capaao executive, of the two flS ilie executive is realimportant It is mterTefore to consider the anFieinent fiom Harvard Univer[y of the opening of a specialized School for the express purpose of training young men for the useful and important office of health officer. The graduates will receive the degree of C. P. H.—Certificate of Public Health—and he fitted to ocr U py such positions as health officers, memberof li .ards of liealth, secretaries and inspectors. Instruction will he on the broadest lines, including generous laboratory work and lectures by offu eials from national, state and city health department*-. Students are nrg.'d, but not required, to take the degree of M. L). before enter ing the School for Heclth Officers. I o the ambitious young man who is not afraid of work, the prole*-) sion offers an honoied position; the reward which comes to those who are specially useful to societv. and a very fair remuneration.H. H. Windsor, in the December Popu lar Mechanic! Magazine. LARGEST MOVING-PICTURE I THEATER A Moving-Picture theater wiiha Mating capacity of 3.000 has re ntly been opened in Salt Lake City, Containing all the adjuncts and '•onveniei.eeof a pr< p> rly eqnipped amusement house foi a metropolis. Muilt of reinforo d concreie, ihe building isnbsolutel) fueproof, and cost over $150,000. Ventilation is taken care of by a complete plant, in which the outside air is washed, dried and heated or cooled In the requisite temprratu'e, and then introduced through ventilators, while he vitiated air is withdrawn through openings near the ^ roof. ,\ complete lighting system has been installed, a pipe urg", costing $30,000, built in, and Ihe operating r %  om. constructed of metal, Rshestoft and reinforced Co • crete, has been given special attrn tion. In case of accirj nl or fi • the operating room is shut off ah %  olutely from the rest of the house. Two machines are provided with full equipment so thit there nerd be no waits in this new playhouse ihe manager's office iequipped With a small projecting machine, so that (he main room need not be Used wf en testing films. Several view* oi (hi* theater appear in ilie Decembei Popular Mechanics Mayan,1*. WAN I El) E MPLOYMENT l>> %  Housekeeper or Co<>k. Apply at "Tribune Oilier" IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday 28 Nov. SPECIAL FEATURES Th2 Protege of Uncle Sam I WO UK M.S. To The City \ REX AN THE PRICE 6 I. os I*. \ o r I c E Gasoline S I'ANDARD Oil. COS G .S. OLIME. sold in quantities nl One Gallon and upwards for one shilling a gallon, D r ums of so gallons at sa cents a gallon, subject to return when empty. I ln-e special Drums do S I BJ with the necessity of buying a Storage Tank, C. C. SU'NDERS. Nov. ig, 1913. FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra Large a—ortmem of I lolid iy l akeaid Can In R diiect fioiu the Factor) -u h nl Rainlx iw MIXI d ()ur I In ling Dixie Phonal ion Our I lobny and 25othei diffeient Mixed Cakesai 1a ft* pei lb Mixed Candieat |8 CtS per lb Al-o ihe following Cakes in Packages ai I cts Raisin Cookies,C), C. Pie*and Lunch Biscuits, These are unequaled in quality. %  \ I I'OOTE'S W E. would iform all hai who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now v.on hmd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premise* by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leadus confidently torxpect the patronage of connoiseurs. 1 J. L. SALNDERS & Co. Bav Street. R E A I. Bargains AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOES. W ILLIAMS IHE SHOEMAN Has just received a large consignment nl Pooland-.hoemost i>| which are SAMPLE LOTS of 1. 2 and 3 pa irof a brand and style in all -1/ •which aie being sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: III many instancethe di-rounl is not le-s than :>o per cent on the REGULAR PIH is Call to d .v and convince \011r self that th<1another lot of those RXCJ ptional Bargains which iseveiy now an I th-ii offered at WILLIAM*' WHOLESALE *NU RETAIL SHOE ESI \m.l-ll\IEN I. 277. *79 liay.-tieet. NOTICE A I Ttt \T about that \\ PANXMA HAT of yaun It wantcleaning, Polishing and Blocking, and nowhere in tinCity can you get it done but al I HOM *S I N SBBIE, and Ht a very moderate prices I) iesn'1 m liter how bad a condition it may be in it can be made BJ gi o I anew, or better. Remember be is a'J 504 Bay Sheet Shingles Besl No. 1 Heart .5 i 11. Cypresi Shingles al f 9.60 per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of 1 rver 5f Upper Falsa Teeth Apply Tobune" Office NOTICE! Gasoline S I \ND\I


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i a o 7) (0 (0 £ 8) 0) Nvilllvis ev.ddlctua |urre In verba mexgletrl. Being bound to %  wen.r to the Dogmata >f no Mn.eter —. VOL. XI. NMIU. N. P.. Ba.hn.inea. Friday. November 2A. 1913 No. 7 LEON K. H. UDI'I CII. IIHTim ANIf I'ldPtllluS 0FP1CK .K 44 MARKET STKKKT Nivau N. I'., BAHAMAS. I'. O. Bov lu., PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Vednesdav and Friday— %  ioglecopy ... ... pi Tuesday, Thuikdaj and Saturday— llflgle r.i|.\ ... ... |il Weakly 4 J.l Monthh i t. 4d Q-ia-teilv 4S. Half Ye*. W Yeanv i'"I'AYAHI.K IV JDVAM'f. A'ltrititini! Rate*: six penes pet line fni fust insertion ; thiee |ience |>ei line '••i tectwd inantion; and one |>eniiv per line fin subsequent inaertioni Atlveili.eineiiis under eicht lines 41. The Band Concert last night was attended by H fail ly large audience. I he programme was %  hrjgbl and taking one, and most of its nun b rs Wen deci.lelv fine, making 11 al most an all f v >uri let programme, I he March "With Swo>d and Lance" the Graceful Dune "My Lai > Dainty" Song The I rumpe ter on (iuaol" the Tango Aigenline, "La Rum bee" and the valse "Senta" were ibe fine one* The new Kinetic Motor for 1 lie Caih'dr il OI^III h.ts been, unfor Innately, broken in transit, but not in a way to prevent its being used, ibe parts broken are two bearers which ran easily be duplicated Hod tenl nut, and ibe delect made guild by .111 ordinalily intelligent person. The Motor "Fauces B," airived in Miami e.ulv tins morning, V Don'l misstli' Imperial to right. A good show, and a long show Sy n iptni i>l thick in the City" follow. See Advertisement. RKX. TO I UK U I Y-Nancy and Best are living ai the farm with their mother. N'anry makes up her mind tn go to ibe city in search of employment and dt.es so, On her eWrtval there she goes to an'employ nent office, the proprietor of which sends her to a large contractor. Nancy gets a position as stenographer and Starts to work. A friend of the coturactor's, a manabouUtOWn, Robert Hanson, attempts to make love to Nancy and is repulsed. The contractor, entering the office suddenly, finds Nancy in the arms of Hanson and summarily tl ismistes her. At Nam J %  arrival at her lodging she finds, to bei astonishment, thai Mess, hei ynungei sister, bat also come to the city. Beat has been discontented in ibe farm and has followed ler sister. Bess applies for wort at a studio and is engaged MS a model, Hanson, who is a Irequemer af the studio, comes acioai ibe younger sister, and in turn makes love to her. Hanson buys hei a handsome gown ami takes her to a Bohemian supper. Her sister Nancy is worried at Bess' absence, ami tt last makes up her mind to go to the stucbo in search of her. It is now midnight, Nancy discovers, tuber honor, that the studio is closed, but that her sistei has gone to this Bohemian supper at Hanson's. Nancy goes to Hanson's and asks foi her sister. He's isSUfprised to see Nancy, and at last, in resporse to her sister's ml tea ties, she consents to leave the house. Hanson tries to detain hei but is unsuccessful, The two sis. lers make up their mind* to leave the dangi rs and pitfalls of the big city and 1I1 y return to the country and the f inn, "GOVERNMENT NOT ICES" Courts 'if Revision will b* h 'Id foi the City Western, and EMS em election Districts on the 1st and ai d 311I December. Rowland Hill,St. David's Recto. ly, Long Cay has b'en registered %  \l image Office, BIKTH. HORN.-Last night to Mr. and Mis. Harry Ligbthourn—a son. 1 IBLEGRAMS Shefii-'ld, England, J6.— The American Consul to-day addressed the Chamber of Commerce and strongly advocated participation in tbePaiiaoa Pacific Exposition at San Francisco of the manufacturers of Sheffield. The consul will addiess the com mercial bodies of London and other cities on the same subject. F.I Paso, Texas, 26 —The feder a I forces which have been engaged with rebel troops near Tierra Blanaca for the last two days have been defeated and routed, according to an official message sent to-night by the commander of the rebel forces. London, 26.—Sir Robert Seawel! Ball, Professor of Astronomy at Cambridge University died t 1 day. New York, 26 —Freddie Welsh, lightweight champion of England, to-night out-fought and out-boxed Piiill Blonm of Brooklyn in a ten round bout. New York, 26.— more than •?200,000 on Pacific Railroad General Electric Co ties from the Faru Trust Company, of night became know Foye, a former $75 1 of the trust company as he Stepped ftom Philadelphia. The theft of worth of L'niCouipany and mpany securi iers Loan and this city, to n when James 9 month clerk was arrests I a train Irom Washing tin, 2b — President Wilson and cabinet to day briefly discussed the Mexican situation and assurances later were given that there was nc change in tbeattitudc of the United States towards the Huerta government. fj TRAINING HEALTH OFFICERS A Young nation, like a young peison, is apt to value human life lightly, at least to the extent of needless, and often reckless, exposure to danger. Importantcity offices have been used as rewards for political activity, With perhaps the one general exception of selecting a fireman for chief of (he fire department Everybodv seemed agreetl that when fires burn up buddings theie is a real, monetary loss; but until recent years there has been a ceitain indifference regarding the chief of the health department: a branch which can lose more lives in 10 day* than would perish in all the fires in 10 years.


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Nvilllvis ev.ddlctua |urre In verba mexgletrl.
Being bound to wen.r to the Dogmata >f no Mn.eter
.
VOL. XI.
Nmiu. N. P.. Ba.hn.inea. Friday. November 2A. 1913
No. 7
LEON K. H. UDI'I CII.
I- IHTim ANIf I'ldPtllluS
0FP1CK .k 44 MARKET STKKKT
Nivau N. I'., Bahamas.
I'. O. Bov lu.,
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Vednesdav and Friday
ioglecopy ... ... pi
Tuesday, Thuikdaj and Saturday
llflgle r.i|.\ ... ... |il
Weakly ........4J.l
Monthh ......it. 4d
Q-ia-teilv ...... 4S.
Half Ye*. W
Yeanv i'"-
I'AYAHI.K IV JDVAM'f.
A'ltrititini! Rate*: six penes pet line
fni fust insertion ; thiee |ience |>ei line
'i tectwd inantion; and one |>eniiv per
line fin subsequent inaertioni
Atlveili.eineiiis under eicht lines 41.
The Band Concert last night was
attended by h fail ly large audience.
I he programme was hrjgbl and
taking one, and most of its nun b rs
Wen deci.lelv fine, making 11 al
most an all f v >uri let programme,
I he March "With Swo>d and
Lance" the Graceful Dune "My
Lai > Dainty" Song The I rumpe
ter on (iuaol" the Tango Aigen-
line, "La Rum bee" and the valse
"Senta" were ibe fine one*
The new Kinetic Motor for 1 lie
Caih'dr il Oi^iii h.ts been, unfor
Innately, broken in transit, but not
in a way to prevent its being used,
ibe parts broken are two bearers
which ran easily be duplicated
Hod tenl nut, and ibe delect made
guild by .111 ordinalily intelligent
person.
The Motor "Fauces B," airived
in Miami e.ulv tins morning,
V
Don'l misstli' Imperial to right.
A good show, and a long show Sy
n iptni i>l thick in the City" follow.
See Advertisement.
RKX.
TO I UK U I Y-Nancy and
Best are living ai the farm with
their mother. N'anry makes up her
mind tn go to ibe city in search of
employment and dt.es so, On her
eWrtval there she goes to an'em-
ploy nent office, the proprietor of
which sends her to a large con-
tractor. Nancy gets a position as
stenographer and Starts to work.
A friend of the coturactor's, a man-
abouUtOWn, Robert Hanson, at-
tempts to make love to Nancy and
is repulsed. The contractor, enter-
ing the office suddenly, finds Nancy
in the arms of Hanson and sum-
marily tl ismistes her.
At Nam J ' arrival at her lodging
she finds, to bei astonishment, thai
Mess, hei ynungei sister, bat also
come to the city. Beat has been
discontented in ibe farm and has
followed ler sister. Bess applies for
wort at a studio and is engaged
MS a model, Hanson, who is a
Irequemer af the studio, comes
acioai ibe younger sister, and in
turn makes love to her. Hanson
buys hei a handsome gown ami
takes her to a Bohemian supper.
Her sister Nancy is worried at
Bess' absence, ami tt last makes up
her mind to go to the stucbo in
search of her. It is now midnight,
Nancy discovers, tuber honor, that
the studio is closed, but that her
sistei has gone to this Bohemian
supper at Hanson's. Nancy goes
to Hanson's and asks foi her sister.
He's isSUfprised to see Nancy, and
at last, in resporse to her sister's
ml tea ties, she consents to leave the
house. Hanson tries to detain hei
but is unsuccessful, The two sis.
lers make up their mind* to leave
the dangi rs and pitfalls of the big
city and 1I1 y return to the country
and the f inn,
"GOVERNMENT NOT ICES"
Courts 'if Revision will b* h 'Id
foi the City Western, and Ems em
election Districts on the 1st and
ai d 311I December.
Rowland Hill,St. David's Recto.
ly, Long Cay has b'en registered
\l image Office,
BIKTH.
HORN.-Last night to Mr. and
Mis. Harry Ligbthourna son.
1 IBLEGRAMS
Shefii-'ld, England, j6.The Am-
erican Consul to-day addressed
the Chamber of Commerce and
strongly advocated participation in
tbePaiiaoa Pacific Exposition at
San Francisco of the manufactu-
rers of Sheffield.
The consul will addiess the com
mercial bodies of London and oth-
er cities on the same subject.
F.I Paso, Texas, 26 The feder
a I forces which have been engaged
with rebel troops near Tierra Blan-
aca for the last two days have been
defeated and routed, according to
an official message sent to-night by
the commander of the rebel forces.
London, 26.Sir Robert Seawel!
Ball, Professor of Astronomy at
Cambridge University died t 1 day.
New York, 26 Freddie Welsh,
lightweight champion of England,
to-night out-fought and out-boxed
Piiill Blonm of Brooklyn in a ten
round bout.
New York, 26.
more than ?200,000
on Pacific Railroad
General Electric Co
ties from the Faru
Trust Company, of
night became know
Foye, a former $75 1
of the trust company
as he Stepped ftom
Philadelphia.
The theft of
worth of L'ni-
Couipany and
mpany securi
iers Loan and
this city, to
n when James
9 month clerk
was arrests I
a train Irom
Washing tin, 2b President Wil-
son and cabinet to day briefly dis-
cussed the Mexican situation and
assurances later were given that
there was nc change in tbeattitudc
of the United States towards the
Huerta government.
fj
TRAINING HEALTH
OFFICERS
A Young nation, like a young
peison, is apt to value human life
lightly, at least to the extent of
needless, and often reckless, expo-
sure to danger. Importantcity offi-
ces have been used as rewards for
political activity, With perhaps the
one general exception of selecting
a fireman for chief of (he fire de-
partment Everybodv seemed a-
greetl that when fires burn up
buddings theie is a real, monetary
loss; but until recent years there
has been a ceitain indifference re-
garding the chief of the health de-
partment: a branch which can
lose more lives in 10 day* than
would perish in all the fires in
10 years.


I ii L i K I li II N!1
1
Cities of the first class are able
to pay enough to command a doc-
tor of ability in his 'profession, yet
it has not always followed that a
good physician 'was nlso as capa-
ao executive, of the two
flS ilie executive is real-
important It is mter-
Tefore to consider the an-
Fieinent fiom Harvard Univer-
[y of the opening of a specialized
School for the express purpose of
training young men for the useful
and important office of health offi-
cer. The graduates will receive the
degree of C. P. H.Certificate of
Public Healthand he fitted to
ocrUpy such positions as health
officers, member- of li .ards of
liealth, secretaries and inspectors.
Instruction will he on the broad-
est lines, including generous labo-
ratory work and lectures by offu
eials from national, state and city !
health department*-. Students are
nrg.'d, but not required, to take
the degree of M. L). before enter
ing the School for Heclth Officers.
I o the ambitious young man who
is not afraid of work, the prole*-)
sion offers an honoied position; the
reward which comes to those who
are specially useful to societv. and
a very fair remuneration.- H. H.
Windsor, in the December Popu
lar Mechanic! Magazine.
LARGEST MOVING-PICTURE I
THEATER
A Moving-Picture theater wiiha
Mating capacity of 3.000 has re nt-
ly been opened in Salt Lake City,
Containing all the adjuncts and
'onveniei.ee- of a pr< p> rly eqnip-
ped amusement house foi a metro-
polis. Muilt of reinforo d concreie,
ihe building isnbsolutel) fueproof,
and cost over $150,000. Ventila-
tion is taken care of by a complete
plant, in which the outside air is
washed, dried and heated or cooled
In the requisite temprratu'e, and
then introduced through ventila-
tors, while he vitiated air is with-
drawn through openings near the^
roof. ,\ complete lighting system
has been installed, a pipe urg",
costing $30,000, built in, and Ihe
operating r om. constructed of
metal, Rshestoft and reinforced Co
crete, has been given special attrn
tion. In case of accirj nl or fi
the operating room is shut off ah
olutely from the rest of the house.
Two machines are provided with
full equipment so thit there nerd
be no waits in this new playhouse
ihe manager's office i- equipped
With a small projecting machine,
so that (he main room need not be
Used wf en testing films. Several
view* oi (hi* theater appear in ilie
Decembei Popular Mechanics
Mayan,1*.
WAN I El)
EMPLOYMENT l>> House-
keeper or Co<>k.
Apply at "Tribune Oilier"
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday 28 Nov.
SPECIAL FEATURES
Th2 Protege of
Uncle Sam
I WO UK M.S.
To The City
\ REX
AN THE PRICE
6 I. os I*.
\ o r I c e
Gasoline
SI'ANDARD Oil. COS G .S.
OLIME. sold in quantities
nl One Gallon and upwards for
one shilling a gallon,
Drums of so gallons at sa cents
a gallon, subject to return when
empty.
I ln-e special Drums do S I BJ
with the necessity of buying a
Storage Tank,
C. C. SU'NDERS.
Nov. ig, 1913.
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra Large aortmem of
I lolid iy l ake- aid Can In R
diiect fioiu the Factor) -u h nl
Rainlx iw Mixi d
()ur I In ling
Dixie Phonal ion
Our I lobny and 25othei diffeient
Mixed Cakesai 1a ft* pei lb Mixed
Candie- at |8 CtS per lb Al-o ihe
following Cakes in Packages ai I
cts Raisin Cookies,C), C. Pie*and
Lunch Biscuits, These are unequal-
ed in quality.
\ I I'OOTE'S
WE. would iform all
hai
who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
v.- on hmd an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premise* by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past lead- us confidently torxpect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
1 J. L. SALNDERS & Co.
Bav Street.
R E A I.
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLIAMS
IHE SHOEMAN
Has just received a
large consignment nl
Pool- and-.hoe- most
i>| which are
SAMPLE LOTS
of 1. 2 and 3 pa ir- of a
brand and style in all -1/ -
which aie being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
III many instance- the di-rounl is
not le-s than
:>o per cent on the
REGULAR PIH is
Call to d .v and convince \011r
self that th<- 1- another lot of
those Rxcj ptional Bargains
which iseveiy now an I th-ii
offered at
WILLIAM*'
WHOLESALE *NU RETAIL
SHOE ESI \m.l-ll\IEN I.
277. *79 liay.-tieet.
NOTICE
A I Ttt \T about that
\\ PANXMA HAT of yaun
It want- cleaning, Polishing and
Blocking, and nowhere in tin- City
can you get it done but al
I HOM *S I N SBBIE,
and Ht a very moderate prices
I) iesn'1 m liter how bad a condition
it may be in it can be made BJ
gi o I a- new, or better. Remember
be is a'J
504 Bay Sheet
Shingles
Besl No. 1 Heart .5 i 11. Cypresi
Shingles al f 9.60 per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of 1 rver
5 Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5m. Cypress Bt I6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stork arriving every
Week.
C. C. 3AUNDERS.
POUND.
A SET <>f Upper Falsa Teeth
Apply
" Tobune" Office
NOTICE!
Gasoline
SI \ND\I (old in (pi Hit itie- of t gallons
and upward for one shilling pet
gallon al Garage
Bring a Vessel for sm ill quauti-
t !-.
Drums may lie had with "drum
lots,' subject to retu n nrlien empty
Reo ihe l; 1 ft it 1. are sold at
$1175, le-s 10 pei cent dis-
count f. o, b. fn lory,
Reo Co- nlso fn IIire,
Bicycles rented fr 101 a week.
Automobile and bn-ycle -upplies
kept in stock. Cylindet Oil and
\uto (irease special)y,
Can even sell you a very ronve.
nient storage drum with faucll to
keep |4SoTil.e. ijnne and *ee
tliem.
Apply to
J. P. SIMMs,
I; Market street.
Nov. 18, 1913,
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is batter than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
w. \. m \THER
l NDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and the Public that he has
{'usl received a complete outfit of
a.ilitie- fm the business of an un-
dertake t, w Inch places lion in a
pttsiiion to carry out Funerals thai
m.iv be entrusted to in- care with
-\stem and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their patronag (let
IIIV Poets first ii' piove ilia! they
aie the veiv lnwetl bii In-t ela-s
w 11 k.
NO TICK.
THIS is to inform my Patron!
and the Public in General
thai I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the llSM of
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P A. riuvler,
Bay Street. East (WharP
\


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