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r^ !HE T K I 1'. I) M'. / T expected to develop a speed of 30 ,ots. [view York, 30.fiepps one he principal witnesses in the 'ker trial, who is now in Paris, bgers to :' lence for ten thou' nd dollars which lie says will Tjjse Backets acquittal. Jt Mexico City,* 30.— There is a ,' feeling here that Huert.i is. p!ase to 1 last stand. The rebels *j|' sweeping everything before 1 %  P") in their advance on important r 5Tes of the north and I he principal j %  tats on the Pacific and Gulf of fmfcxK :o. % %  Tlie Rebels now hold the north em border states, they are over Sunning the south and rapidly 1 ine, on th" St He of Mi ki< o, Vera ; Cruz on the Gulf, and Slim Cruz' 1 on tli Pai lie are the only imporKant |)orts in the hands of the rrnment. The (ail of Tnmpico is "•mnment-iriK expected. The rebels hav captured Marat-] Ian and it is believed the govern .men! has official new of tlie fall of | 'Guaymas. If this is true the gov trn iient will have hard work getting to 1 ipitol It I-reported tl it tl: %  government h is a I shipment of arms on the wiy fr >n I I'.in. Washington, 50.—Officials gaj that 1 hen has IK i'ii a' unple 19 ml ness between the British mid .\ rican n.iv il com in \ fa npiCo. Rear Admiral Craddork willingly yielded precedence to Ri ai Adnnrai Fletcher. Berlin, 30. — Prime Von BuHow former chancellor has lol I his countrymen that there is no hope ha a reconcili ition with Pi wilhnut restonn^ ili<> provtn Abai i .Lot 1 a me. ^ Kcrlin, 30. —The report t!i it the K lig{ 1 is 111 financial snailpractically confirmed. I I Vo*. liche Zeitung ~;iy> the Kal 1 1 Mon BIJOU Cas'ie a valu ite near the centre d( Bei In'. The pi is.,11,1! r.Vj 'iis. I pf till K 11ser tins year are roughly estimated at a million d i| ars. Berlin,30.—Martini law reigns in Southern Als >ce as a renew the outbreak of the anti-l ",.-rn 01 and anti-military sentiment among ie Francophile population of '/.< ibern Washington. .10. — Pt the Lion extends onlv over the animal world ; the rule of SUNLIGHT SOAP extends to wherever Soap is necessary. It is without a rival for washing clothe*, household linen and all fabrics even of the finest texture. It is the best Soap that skill and money can produce. Give it a trial and you \\ ill be convinced of its value. BH See 0 I'R Special l.i of I'OIM R \l I WORK for Christmas. S \NDS, Photogi ipl Bay-street, City. Calendars AND GREE I INC, FOLDI RS with VJEWS OF NASSAU .a SANDS' STUDIO and OH ICESAN BOOK STORE. NOTICE (Special AT THE ROYAL STORE. B ES r No. 11 Flout at 1 ufs. Ih „ I „ Laurel Bin..I %  2 i!'. foi 7 Cls. „ „ 1 and Storm Ko'i; I'.i 11 il at :s cis. lb. White Granulated Sugw I I ha •j| cts. Bi iwn Crystallize 1 Sugar al ."> et*. Ih. I hot Si ck iu R-1 eived I .11 •-. "\ I u %  Ol.'l.l" Good Q rilitv and I 11 % %  11. An I II si lint nut 'east C#>' Pure I irmuea Rum Ai 11 -. Pei Gallon .i early" J. I.. SAUNDKRS A Co. J. C. COAKLEY'S Pen ny Cigrai' ••Lndysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Ci£zx elsewhere. Try one and ba convince of its excellent quality. N oil C E Gasoline S TANDARD Oil. COS G .SOl l\l\ -sold in qn intities of One Gallon and upward! for one shilling a gallon. Drums ..I JO gallon* at 21 rents a gallon, nibjei 1 t return when empty. lb. 1 il Drums dn *w with the necessity ol buying a storage lank. C. C. SAUNDERS. Nov. 19, iii ',. FRESH JUST ARftlVED A N extra Large assortment of I]<>lid iv i Bites and Can direct fiom the Factor') such as Rainbow Mixed ()ur Io ling Dix e P iliitn On' I h>hi>\ and .:51 ithei different Mixed '. iii it 1 •|.i lb Mixed Candies at 1 %  : y the ( 1 lowing Ca kes in P 11 I, 1 ges at fj cis. Raisin Cookie*, (). U, iV'-md I inn li Bfscui 1 s. I iii are u T 1 ''eil in qualit). AI hi ITE'S \o lb I 1^* 111 -s 1KI remind F'ublic the 1 of the< 11.1 Stand 1 N. S. Elliot'* Joiner Shop) East Bay Sjtrei t, which is now under Ihe Manj III 'lit of I \ME<5 \. EVANS CONTRACIOR A\l JOINER :iade v'oifl n f of ii— %  i-r.ft"iTr"—r an" pre p u ed to givi you ii r I lent wmk. Best of re inies. for turning etc.. see us. \Y< guarantee lo satisfy you and an confident that up can suit \oi.. R E A L Bargains' AGAIN IN BOOIS AND SHOES. W ILLIAMS THE SHOEMAN lias just received a large consignment of Boots and Shoes most of whii II aie SAMPLE LOTS of i, 3 and 3 pairs of a brand and St) Ie In all sizes which are being sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP* In many instances the discount i< not le-s than ?0 pei cent on the REGl'l \l< PRIi IS Call to d iv and c mt im •• \ our Sell 111.1t tinis another lol of those Except ional Bargains \\ Inch i' end then offer* rj at Will IAMS' WHOLESALE \\i> RETAIl SHi >! %  ESI BUSHMEN I". 277, 270 Bay.si NO MCI. Gasoline S 'l \\l> VRD < il Co"G isolene sold in quant i.tJe* ol 5 gallons .in I upwai I for one shilling pei y;i lion ;it (in Bring a Vessel for small quantities. Drams n I with "drum I it--.' sul 1 < 1 y Ri 6 the 1 us sold at $1 175, % %  -lit discount f. o. '>. factory, Reo Cars also foi Hire. Bic\. les renti f 1 ics a we^k. Auto nobile and bicycle supplii s kept In stock. Cylindei oil and Auto Grease .1 -1 r ialty. i in even -'II foua \ e iv corrve nieii! Iru 1 Wltll f milt to keep .j suline. Come and see them. Apply lo I.' P. SIMM-;. ,)7 Market Sti Nov. l8, t'M ;. NOTIt 1. \\'il \ I" lb Kit that >\ rw \M \ il \ I' ol y, Ii wants cleaning, Polishigg an I BIIM kinsti and nowhi 1 t his City %  an you K't it d'.ne but at THOMAS I-. N \BBIE, and at a very dv(derate piices I' (etn't n 111 r iiow bad a condition it in.1 y be in 11 can be m ide as isnew, or belter, Remember ie is 1 A I OUND. SET (d I'piwr 1'alse Tth Applj "hihiVi l 1



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Nultivis iv.i,!,. Hi |urare in verba magistrl. Being bound to swear lo the Dogma.* >( no Master VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Monday. December im No. 9 03 Q> O so 0) .2 "E 2* 0) LEON E H BUPI CH, i i ITOB AM I" lOPtlsTOl OI'KH I -N 4, MAIJKKT STHK.KT tU NI' BAHAMA*. i'. II. Itox III IMIW.ISHKI) DAILY. Monday, Vedoeeday '"' Friday — single COpJ! %  •• S'l Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdaysingle copy •• %  ii Weakly 4 ianv ..••• '' PAYAHLIIN XDV.WlT. Advertising Rates Six pence pet line f..r first insertion | three pence pet line 'MI second insertion; and onepenoj | n line foi luheaquent insertion*. rertisemeoti tin let eight lines 4 s We are authoritatively informed ih.it ilia I larbour Engineei is -'xpected lo arrive here on the ifcth I ins is welcome news. \ dressing ol I arvia is beii g applied tu H iv Street, Central, making il no longer a whitestreet. STREET NAMES I he origin ol street name* is \ interacting, an I Ii is gai ie I f ir it much research. foe sireeti •>( Lorn don with iheil huildii gt, in ne quiteni cienl, have nol been deemed unwoitln thepen of ihe Antiquarian and historian, How f> w OP IIS know anything about "" r streets. Why ihii is "Klntr," ihnl "Co n. berlun I" and so nn. '! hen s i are less pretentioua,"Eati." "V est, "Mackny" '\ hrialie." "Ihll.-t" — As la line lail I named, there Bre some, ptr*< ns Miring who know when, and why this w i" so named —'I Ilia • ii given lo the Public by the late Stephen Dillet, Postma itei (i rat and Inapt*lot of Police, At tintime, h" w-is the ownerlnf land now on the N"ith .II I South of tlw street, %  ! extending liom the Bailluu Hill Road to Hospital Lane. It cuts through his former property. Would it n % %  Lea graceful recognition of Jftu pi ft Intel ihe name of 'he sin el • mi the n.line hoard as it,was I \ Inn., and • vet by those We throw out die suggestion to the Board ol Works, and L tliat it will he al ipfc ay them. A recent Act ol the Legislature invests them with the power of changing the names ol streets ;but this suggestion does no| go so far. il is merely forth* elimination, of a letter. Reasonabli iit nol ; The Schr. "SaraB E. Douglase" arrivi I y< sterday from Miami with Feriilizei and shingles, and the follow jng p issenf era, — Miss Emma Deli Smt'; Messrs Thomas Gibson, Silas Dcmerriii, William D irsett, Allan Bain, Jamea Varance, Samuel Knowles, Alexander Gibson, Shedrack Rolle, Robert Major, Timothy Adderley, George Knowles, Guss Neely, (ames Dorset, Oscar M. Devenux, /obn Gibson, Solomon Gibson, Alfred Cornelius, Felix Doxom, ami Edward Darling. (20) The Motor "Frances E." arrived from Miamiyerterday with Shingles and Gasoline ; Mails and four I ass..;.., re.— Mis\ h lie 11 mna ; Messrs Herni in Sir. HI 1 :,. (,< ngc \\ jlliamsons, and 1 • 1 -1. ine !• tain e. Dr. R. W. Brace, presided at Ihe Organ in trinity Chu r ch, last night. The Board of Works, although newly constu>cted,{continues to do their wi tk li\ pii me 11. \ few yeareagi a short length of concrete work w is done 0,1 tin' wesi side ol Union St 1 ret, and last week, instead of continuing the West sidewalk, Ihey did 1 MiTt piece on the Easl site I in-sort ufwoik look absurd to ilie on.looker and p isser by ss "Manxanilla"sailed 4 pm, Saturday with 7500 barrels cargc, I exp>cted to aVrive Wedneaday afternoon. The I rapt ial The-i're giyt > night iirai'ig othei reels, the two reeTTmro'e •. i>...,„„., ,,( 1 :i | c sam." I his i an exceed in iy in lejestingand instructive reel, and those, who did not see it on Frill iv eveninirjast -houM u.t fail to step in tins evening. Remenihere tli it the hour has been changed from 8.1 it" H o' clock. L DEATH KEMP —Friday Nov. >8tb, 1913, Phillip Kemp in the ,8th year of liis age, at S.mdilands Village. The interment took place on Fri. day at St Pauls Baptist Church, yard ol which church he was Chair, man; IMPERIAL THEATRE NOTICE FROM NOW ON DOORS OPEN 7:15 COMMENCE BO'CLOCK Protege of Uncle Sam FOR THE LAS! TIME ANDOTHER REELS ALWAYS A GOODSHOW 6d, 9-. is. LOST AST Week—A Gold Wishbone Brooch. Reward Apply I lilnine" Office. BY RADIO rELEGRAPH December 1st 191 3. Washington, 30.—Yesterday the question of I lability of the owi of the I'itanic lor payment in lull ol the millions of dollars of claims foi loss of lives and property came belore the supreme court from the circuit court of appeals at New YorK Tlw owners r.f the Titanic peti tinned the federal court in NtJv Yotk to limit its liability under 11 an Law to tie value ol the salvage and the freight and passage money that was collected on the n vojage that was nevei 1 urn p4< t< London, 30.—Queen Alexandra 11 lebra'es tomorrow In 1 6yih birth. day. It will lie passed quietly at Saudi ingliiioi. i >.,,.-.. : , 1. H ,A •' r rnan twltlesllip Cruiser which Ito take the place Of Ihe old Ka.srrin was |,,mdied here today and nami d the Luetxow ^ '" displaces nhoul a8 id 11 r mil


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Nultivis iv.i,!,. Hi |urare in verba magistrl.
Being bound to swear lo the Dogma.* >( no Master
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Monday. December
im
No. 9
03
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0)
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2*
0)
LEON E H BUPI CH,
i i ITOB am I" lOPtlsTOl
OI'KH I -N 4, MAIJKKT STHK.KT
tU N- I' BAHAMA*.
i'. ii. Itox III
IMIW.ISHKI) daily.
Monday, Vedoeeday '"' Friday
single COpJ! ..... S'l
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday-
single copy ii
Weakly .......4i Montbl) .......ls -4'1
Quarterly ...... A*-
HalfY-.uU ... .8*.
V>anv ..- ''
PAYAHLI- IN XDV.WlT.
Advertising Rates Six pence pet line
f..r first insertion | three pence pet line
'mi second insertion; and onepenoj | n
line foi luheaquent insertion*.
rertisemeoti tin let eight lines 4s-
We are authoritatively informed
ih.it ilia I larbour Engineei is -'x-
pected lo arrive here on the ifcth
I ins is welcome news.
\ dressing ol I arvia is beii g
applied tu H iv Street, Central,
making il no longer a whitestreet.
STREET NAMES
I he origin ol street name* is \
interacting, an I Ii is gai ie I f ir it
much research. foe sireeti >( Lorn
don with iheil huildii gt, in ne
quiteni cienl, have nol been deemed
unwoitln thepen of ihe Antiquarian
and historian, How f> w op iis
know anything about ""r streets.
Why ihii is "Klntr," ihnl "Co n.
berlun I" and so nn. '! hen s......i
are less pretentioua,"Eati." "V est,
"Mackny" '\ hrialie." "Ihll.-t"
As la line lail I named, there Bre
some, ptr*< ns Miring who know
when, and why this w i" so named
'I Ilia ii given lo the
Public by the late Stephen Dillet,
Postma itei (i......rat and Inapt*lot
of Police, At tin- time, h" w-is the
ownerlnf land now on the N"ith
.ii I South of tlw street, ! exten-
ding liom the Bailluu Hill Road
to Hospital Lane. It cuts through
his former property. Would it n'
Lea graceful recognition of Jftu
pi ft Intel ihe name of 'he sin el
mi the n.line hoard as it,was
I \ Inn., and vet by those
We throw out die suggestion
to the Board ol Works, and L
tliat it will he al ipfc ay them.
A recent Act ol the Legislature
invests them with the power of
changing the names ol streets ;but
this suggestion does no| go so far.
il is merely forth* elimination, of a
letter. Reasonabli i- it nol ;
The Schr. "SaraB E. Douglase"
arrivi I y< sterday from Miami with
Feriilizei and shingles, and the
follow jng p issenf era,
Miss Emma Deli Smt'; Messrs
Thomas Gibson, Silas Dcmerriii,
William D irsett, Allan Bain,
Jamea Varance, Samuel Knowles,
Alexander Gibson, Shedrack
Rolle, Robert Major, Timothy
Adderley, George Knowles, Guss
Neely, (ames Dorset, Oscar M.
Devenux, /obn Gibson, Solomon
Gibson, Alfred Cornelius, Felix
Doxom, ami Edward Darling. (20)
The Motor "Frances E." arrived
from Miamiyerterday with Shin-
gles and Gasoline ; Mails and four
I ass..;.., re.
Mis- \ h lie 11 mna ; Messrs Her-
ni in Sir.hi 1 :,. (,< ngc \\ jlliamsons,
and 1 1 -1. ine ! tain e.
Dr. R. W. Brace, presided at Ihe
Organ in trinity Church, last night.
The Board of Works, although
newly constu>cted,{continues to do
their wi tk li\ pii me 11. \ few
yeareagi a short length of concrete
work w is done 0,1 tin' wesi side ol
Union St 1 ret, and last week, instead
of continuing the West sidewalk,
Ihey did 1 Mi- Tt piece on the Easl
site I in-sort ufwoik look absurd
to ilie on.looker and p isser by
s- s "Manxanilla"sailed 4 pm,
Saturday with 7500 barrels cargc,
I exp>cted to aVrive Wedneaday
afternoon.
The I rapt ial The-i're giy- t >
night iirai'ig othei reels, the two
reeTTmro'e . i>...,., ,,( 1 :i, |c
sam." I his i an exceed in iy in
lejestingand instructive reel, and
those, who did not see it on Fri-
ll iv eveninirjast -houM u.t fail to
step in tins evening. Remenihere
tli it the hour has been changed
from 8.1 it" H o' clock.
L
DEATH
Kemp Friday Nov. >8tb, 1913,
Phillip Kemp in the ,8th year of
liis age, at S.mdilands Village.
The interment took place on Fri.
day at St Pauls Baptist Church,
yard ol which church he was Chair,
man;
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
NOTICE FROM NOW ON
DOORS OPEN 7:15
COMMENCE BO'CLOCK
Protege of Uncle
Sam
FOR THE LAS! TIME
ANDOTHER REELS
ALWAYS A GOODSHOW
6d, 9-. is.
LOST
AST WeekA Gold Wishbone
Brooch. Reward
Apply
" I lilnine" Office.
BY RADIO rELEGRAPH
December 1st 191 3.
Washington, 30.Yesterday the
question of I lability of the owi
of the I'itanic lor payment in lull ol
the millions of dollars of claims foi
loss of lives and property came be-
lore the supreme court from the
circuit court of appeals at New
YorK
Tlw owners r.f the Titanic peti
tinned the federal court in NtJv
Yotk to limit its liability under
11 an Law to tie value ol the
salvage and the freight and passage
money that was collected on the
n vojage that was nevei 1 urn
p4< t<
London, 30.Queen Alexandra
11 lebra'es tomorrow In 1 6yih birth.
day. It will lie passed quietly at
Saudi ingliiioi.
i >.,,.-.. :, 1. H......,A 'rrnan
twltlesllip Cruiser which I- to take
the place Of Ihe old Ka.srrin was
|,,mdied here today and nami d the
Luetxow ^,'" displaces nhoul a8
id 11 r mil....."



r^
!HE T K I 1'. I) M'.
/ '
T
expected to develop a speed of 30
,ots.
[view York, 30.- fiepps one
he principal witnesses in the
'ker trial, who is now in Paris,
bgers to :' lence for ten thou-
' nd dollars which lie says will
Tjjse Backets acquittal.
Jt Mexico City,* 30. There is a
,' feeling here that Huert.i is.
p!ase to 1 last stand. The rebels
*j|' sweeping everything before 1
P") in their advance on important
r5Tes of the north and I he principal j
tats on the Pacific and Gulf of
fmfcxK :o.
Tlie Rebels now hold the north
em border states, they are over
Sunning the south and rapidly 1
ine, on th" St He of Mi ki< o, Vera ;
Cruz on the Gulf, and Slim Cruz'
1 on tli Pai lie are the only impor-
Kant |)orts in the hands of the
rrnment. The (ail of Tnmpico is
"mnment-iriK expected.
The rebels hav captured Marat-]
Ian and it is believed the govern '
.men! has official new of tlie fall of |
'Guaymas. If this is true the gov -
trn iient will have hard work get-
ting to 1 ipitol It I-- reported
tl it tl: government h is a I
shipment of arms on the wiy fr >n
I I'.in.
Washington, 50.Officials gaj
that 1 hen has Ik i'ii a' unple 19 ml
ness between the British mid .\
rican n.iv il com in \ fa npi-
Co.
Rear Admiral Craddork willing-
ly yielded precedence to Ri ai Ad-
nnrai Fletcher.
Berlin, 30. Prime Von BuHow
former chancellor has lol I his
countrymen that there is no hope
ha a reconcili ition with Pi
wilhnut restonn^ ili<> provtn
Abai i .Lot 1 a me.
^ Kcrlin, 30. The report t!i it the
K lig{ 1 is 111 financial snail-
practically confirmed. I I Vo*.
liche Zeitung ~;iy> the Kal 1 1
Mon Bijou Cas'ie a valu
ite near the centre d( Bei In'.
The pi is.,11,1! r.Vj 'iis. I pf till K 11-
ser tins year are roughly estimated
at a million d i| ars.
Berlin,30.Martini law reigns
in Southern Als >ce as a renew
the outbreak of the anti-l ",.-rn 01
and anti-military sentiment among
ie Francophile population of
'/.< ibern
Washington. .10. P v.. 11V a.uiiiiiulfOa(ton li r trust
egislation will not beemhooie
tlie annual mi ,, mi
Tuesday, but will be presented, in
a sp.i 1.1I 111. ssage, later in the ses-
sion.
the Lror;
is recognized as the King of I; SnvtiGHT
Soap is recognized as the King of Laundry
Soaps. The rule <>t the Lion extends
onlv over the animal world ; the rule of
SUNLIGHT SOAP
extends to wherever Soap is
necessary. It is without
a rival for washing clothe*,
household linen and all
fabrics even of the finest tex-
ture. It is the best Soap that
skill and money can produce.
Give it a trial and you \\ ill
be convinced of its value.
BH

See !
0
I'R Special l.i
of I'OIM R \l I WORK
for Christmas.
S \NDS, Photogi ipl
Bay-street, City.
Calendars
AND GREE I INC, FOLDI RS
with
VJEWS OF NASSAU
.a
SANDS' STUDIO
and
OH ICESAN Book STORE.
NOTICE (Special
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
BES r No. 11 Flout at 1 ufs. Ih
I Laurel Bin..I
2 i!'. foi 7 Cls.
1 and Storm Ko'i;
I'.i 11 il at :s cis. lb.
White Granulated Sugw I I ha
j| cts. Bi iwn Crystallize 1
Sugar al ."> et*. Ih.
I hot Si ck iu R-1 eived
I .11 - -. "\ I u ' Ol.'l.l"
Good Q rilitv and I 11 11.
An I II si lint nut 'east
C#>' Pure I irmuea Rum
Ai 11 -. Pei Gallon
.i early"
J. I.. SAUNDKRS A Co.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
Pen ny Cigrai'
Lndysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cizx
elsewhere.
Try one and ba convince of
its excellent quality.
N oil C E
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil. COS G .S-
Ol l\l\ -sold in qn intities
of One Gallon and upward! for
one shilling a gallon.
Drums ..I JO gallon* at 21 rents
a gallon, nibjei 1 t return when
empty.
lb. 1 il Drums dn *w
with the necessity ol buying a
storage lank.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Nov. 19, iii ',.
FRESH
JUST ARftlVED
AN extra Large assortment of
I]<>lid iv i Bites and Can
direct fiom the Factor') such as
Rainbow Mixed
()ur Io ling
Dix e P iliitn
On' I h>hi>\ and .:51 ithei different
Mixed '. iii it 1 - |.i lb Mixed
Candies at 1 : y the
( 1 lowing Ca kes in P 11 I, 1 ges at fj
cis. Raisin Cookie*, (). U, iV'-md
I inn li Bfscui 1 s. I iii are u t1 ''-
eil in qualit).
. AI hi ITE'S
\o lb I
1^* 111 -s 1- ki remind F'ublic the
1 of the< 11.1 Stand 1 N. S. Elliot'*
Joiner Shop) East Bay Sjtrei t,
which is now under Ihe Manj
III 'lit of
I \ME<5 \. EVANS
CONTRACIOR A\l JOINER
:iade v'oiflnf of ii '
i-r.ft"iTr"r an" pre p u ed to givi
you ii r I lent wmk. Best of re
inies. for turning etc.. see us. \Y<
guarantee lo satisfy you and an
confident that up can suit \oi..
R E A L
Bargains'
AGAIN
IN BOOIS AND SHOES.
WILLIAMS
THE SHOEMAN
lias just received a
large consignment of
Boots and Shoes most
of whii II aie
SAMPLE LOTS
of i, 3 and 3 pairs of a
brand and St) Ie In all sizes
which are being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP*
In many instances the discount i<
not le-s than
?0 pei cent on the
REGl'l \l< PRIi IS
Call to d iv and c mt im \ our
Sell 111.1t tin- is another lol of
those Except ional Bargains
\\ Inch i' end then
offer* rj at
Will IAMS'
WHOLESALE \\i> RETAIl
SHi >! ESI BUSHMEN I".
277, 270 Bay.si
NO MCI. !
Gasoline
S'l \\l> VRD < il Co"G isolene
sold in quant i.tJe* ol 5 gallons
.in I upwai I for one shilling pei
y;i lion ;it (in
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties.
Drams n I with "drum
I it--.' sul 1 < 1 y
Ri 6 the 1 us sold at
$1 175, -lit dis-
count f. o. '>. factory,
Reo Cars also foi Hire.
Bic\. les renti f 1 ics a we^k.
Auto nobile and bicycle supplii s
kept In stock. Cylindei oil and
Auto Grease .1 -1 r ialty.
i in even -'II foua \eiv corrve
nieii! Iru 1 Wltll f milt to
keep .j suline. Come and see
them.
Apply lo
I.' P. SIMM-;.
,)7 Market Sti
Nov. l8, t'M ;.
NOTIt 1.
\\'il \ I" lb Kit that
>\ rw \M \ il \ I' ol y,
Ii wants cleaning, Polishigg an I
BIim kinsti and nowhi 1.....this City
an you K't it d'.ne but at
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