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j M L 1 KIP. U hfc Zbc tribune Tuesday. Decmeber 2. I9I> suffering from religious mania. The woman lias been arrested .-mil is in custody awaiting investigation. The heavy rage now un our Bar is an indication that there lias been heavy weather to the North of us some time durine the past week. QIICK PASSAGE. Among the passengers this morning was Mrs !•'.. S Haddon Smith,wife of Captain Haddon Smith. A. D. C. to His Excellency the Governor. TheSchr. "Winifred M" went to sea yesterday morning, and returned to the liar in the afternoon having dist harged her cargo in the interim, she was prevented from entering the III' hour owing to the rage on Me bar. We may mention that In r cargo consisted of disjecta memcontributed by the families Mr. Howard Humphreys, Ih. f ,llP ls,nn 1: A Free&'>" '" Engineer engAged by theSecre,he Fward of Health who have tary of Stale to visit the Baha s,,,,wn ,heir appreciation b> iresenting ii in ictum to ra*hei mon meaning and renders it so confusing to any hut n leg il mind ? It would be preferable to limit the definition of any word used for legal purposes to one mil v. In the present instance if this rule were applied, "street" ing is a s\ nopsis of On' Ri els to be present nes lax e\ i ning. Don i *r of n Wed %  THE TRANSGRESSION i i DEACON J' 'NES" ( Eclair). The writer has always had fl would mean, "A public way great appreciation and liking lor with buildings on one or both the work of Alec B. Francis, sides, in a city, town or village," who assumes the title role in and that would cover the whole "The Transgression ol Deacon ground literally, for ft will be Jones." He is an actoi ofa doobserved that, not all streets Iminant personality, yet hasthat have sidewalks, and some thereisufficient mastery of his profesare which have hut one. Therelsion thai he does not allow it to is no street in the city wholly I exceed his characterizations It mas for the investigating and preparing n scheme for a suitable water supply for the City ,a rived this morning. Schooner "Corinthia" arrived in Jacksonville yesterday. Neptune. STREET AND STREETS. Can anybody say meant by "a street" '"—'•in a stn et \\ ia1 is •( hi a ? "Of course." Who doesn't kn >w what iJ" "A 1r<>p1 iv-is isThe Mail Steamer "Saratoga arrived off the bar before daya street is?" "A street is-is light this morning, and alt. well! I'll be hanged" "Not so transferring hei passengers to the f" my son, don't hang yourself Tender, proceeded to Havana, yet. There are many like you. hollowing is a list of the passen The Board of Works, not the ,, ers presenl board, didn't seem tn he Mr. and Mrs. .\I. J.Lawrence, sare about it either when the\ Master Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. J. >de that rule which was the F. W. Turtle, Mr. and Mrs. \. subject of a little dispute Ins] Schamschnm: Mrs. k.S Haddon week. "Any street, sidewalk Smith, Dr. and Mrs. D. Lewi-, says rule 6. Hiere are no f< vet Mrs. W. C. Bowers : Misses E. than seven definitionsof "street Graham, M. A. Gibsou, L. J in an "
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Publication Date: Tuesday, December 02, 1913
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Nvilllvix o.ddictua (urare in verb* mjvltri.
Being bound lo swear to the Do|mM VOL. XI.
Nsihvi, N. P.. Be.he.me,s. Tuesday. December 2. 1913
No. 10
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Advertisements undei en.'ht lines 4*.
WHAT ARE COMMON
COLDS ?
Leonard Ke?ne Hirshberg, A.M.,
M.\, M.I).
(Johns Hopkins.)
Tlir only certain way of forever
avoiding a "cold" is to |>e locked
in an sir-tight hat of Mow, sonic.
where in ihe vicinity of ih north
pole. There, no other beings have
ever hreathed forth geim laden air.
Kxploreis in the.irciirs for years
observed that exposure to the rig-
ors of the not hern atmosphere
emancipated all their men from
"catching cold." When the Min-
aret ic climes were reached again,
the usual epidemic of colds appear-
ed.
"Atchpw a'chew "YHJ are
ratclniig a cold," remarks ihe spec-
tator. Not at all, you may reply ;
foi you have already caught it.
I'lie correct name may he corvza
or rhinitis, with red eyes and weep-
ing nose ; tonsillitis, with its
Swollen, aching throat and (ever ;
bronchitis, with its intlamed lobes
b-lching firth COO gill an I clouds
ol geun laden (pray ; 01 l.< grippe,
with its |'M tr.ui manifestations of
pain, exhaustion, and fever. It
matters not. I o you the) aie all
colds.
Shut your mouth and save your
life. Ihe malicious germs that
Imger longingly about y >ur face,
alg M upon neutral soil when in-
spired through the nose, but exhi-
bit a voracious delight in pene-
trating the chilled surfaces of the
mouth and throat. The complex,
winding spiral tones of the nasal
caviiies, are lined with a peculiar
membrane made so as to quickly
warm the coldest air irspired, and
provided with a rich supply of
eermicidal blood. M*Kith hreatlters
(with their large tonsils, adenoids,
or t.asal obstructions) invari ibly
succumb first to any prevalent in
feet ions.
Colds are more fiequcnt when
there is some sudden rllnnge of
temperature. A iflpid drop rr rise
of the thermometer, a cold wind, or
a damp atmosphere sends a shop
chill into the unacrlimated veins
and rnpillaries. Once 1 lie* surface
blood is cooled below the norm il,
the ubiquitous miciobe begins its
duty work, and a cold f illows
If only the'onim in cold results,
it is because the fi'dit m devices of
the body Are Strongly prepirod for
invading germs I lie white blood.
t 01 pus'-les have a voracious app"-
tite fo' germs. If the blood is i-i
a he 11 thy state, the white cells
gobble up the bicteri 1 nnddest'oy
tlieui, while simultaneously the
other tissue juices render their
toxim inert.
When from exhiustive work,
iiiteu per nice in food, drink, or
pleasures, loss of sleep, irritation,
overexert ion, or inen'al depression
the vigor of the bodily forces is
reduced, infection of som- sort is
inevitable.
"Hothouse plan's" who live in
superheated dwellings or steam-
heated flats, who wear fut nat,
excess of clothing, red m-dicate I
11 nyerie, heavy neck pieces, tunu d-
Up collars, ear and pulse warmers,
and other like ahmniit 1 i ms, are
shining marks fortheroldbicillu*.
Their skins are so spoiled and cod-
dled by 'iveizealous care that 1
chrome condition of exposed and
sensitive veins is always present
Titty take cold easily, shudder in
fear at an open window, and
are veiy free with their impreca-
tions upon drafts.
On the other hand, those of us
who begin in summer In restore
our integument to its unlive sava-
gerylike the bodies of the Sioux
chiefs bv exposure to icy showers,
cpen air sleep, the thinnest under-
wear, and continue these practises
as fai into the winter as possible^
never fear cold blasts Chilly air
currents, drafts, or a toleiably
good wetting have few terrors.
Simple infections are best Heat-
ed by f;esh air, intelligent personal
hygeme, mental quiet, a sane diet,
and physical rest.
Kecent scientific methods show
ninety per cent nf the old drugs to
be useless. The native tendency
of living tissues to restore them-
selves to a normal, healthful bal-
ance, is now known not to be due
very often to the measures used at
the time. The coincident recovery
fro n the malady, whether a cold
or something worse, and the em-
ployment of a charm, a potion, a
pnyer, or a mustard-bag around
the neck, is now acknowledged by
all but the mos' benighted, not to
be due to the peculiar plan or
system followed.
There is no specific thug remedy
for these infections. All that can
be intelligently done is In mini
tain the sufferei's strength, keep
him quiet, supply him with hot
drinks, good nu.sing, and an
alert doctor.
Above all, bewaie of the fuend
wdio tells you to "take something
simple," or the neighbour who
advises "the remedy that his
never failed to wnrkwondera
CABLEGRAMS ______
December 2nd 1913.
New York, 30. Ten thousand
rounds of rifle and revolver am-
munition were seized by customs
inspectors this afternoon aboard
the steamer Seminole lying at
her pier here.
The Seminole is to sail tomor-
row for Haiti and San Domingo.
Washington, 30. Washing-
ton today had as guests of hon-
our Premier Borden of Canada
and .Miss Borden, who spent
the day at the capital on their
way borne after a stay in Hot
Springs Virginia.
London, 30. MiUitnnt suffra-
gettes are returning to their old
(Continued on fourth page)


j M L 1 kip. U hfc
Zbc tribune
Tuesday. Decmeber 2. I9I>
suffering from religious mania.
The woman lias been arrested
.-mil is in custody awaiting in-
vestigation.
The heavy rage now un our
Bar is an indication that there
lias been heavy weather to the
North of us some time durine
the past week.
QIICK PASSAGE.
Among the passengers this
morning was Mrs !'.. S Haddon
Smith,wife of Captain Haddon
Smith. A. D. C. to His Excel-
lency the Governor.
TheSchr. "Winifred M" went
to sea yesterday morning, and
returned to the liar in the after-
noon having dist harged her car-
go in the interim, she was pre-
vented from entering the III'
hour owing to the rage on Me
bar.
We may mention that In r
cargo consisted of disjecta mem-
contributed by the families
Mr. Howard Humphreys, Ih. "f ,llP ls,nn'1: A Free&'>" '"
Engineer engAged by theSecre- ,he Fward of Health who have
tary of Stale to visit the Baha s,,,,wn ,heir appreciation b>
iresenting ii in ictum to ra*hei
mon meaning and renders it so
confusing to any hut n leg il
mind ?
It would be preferable to limit
the definition of any word used
for legal purposes to one mil v.
In the present instance if this
rule were applied, "street"
ing is a s\ nopsis of On'
Ri els to be present '
nes lax e\ i ning. Don i
*r
of
n Wed

THE TRANSGRESSION
i i DEACON J' 'NES"
(Eclair).
The writer has always had fl
would mean, "A public way great appreciation and liking lor
with buildings on one or both the work of Alec B. Francis,
sides, in a city, town or village," who assumes the title role in
and that would cover the whole "The Transgression ol Deacon
ground literally, for ft will be Jones." He is an actoi ofa do-
observed that, not all streets Iminant personality, yet hasthat
have sidewalks, and some thereisufficient mastery of his profes-
are which have hut one. Therelsion thai he does not allow it to
is no street in the city wholly I exceed his characterizations It
mas for the investigating and
preparing n scheme for a suita-
ble water supply for the City ,a
rived this morning.
Schooner "Corinthia" arrived
in Jacksonville yesterday.
Neptune.
STREET AND STREETS.
Can anybody say
meant by "a street"
'"'in a stn et
\\
ia1 is
( hi a
? "Of
course." Who doesn't kn >w what
iJ" "A 1r<>p1 iv-is is-
The Mail Steamer "Saratoga
arrived off the bar before day- a street is?" "A street is-is
light this morning, and alt. well! I'll be hanged" "Not so
transferring hei passengers to the f" my son, don't hang yourself
Tender, proceeded to Havana, yet. There are many like you.
hollowing is a list of the passen The Board of Works, not the
,,ers presenl board, didn't seem tn he
Mr. and Mrs. .\I. J.Lawrence, sare about it either when the\
Master Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. J. >de that rule which was the
F. W. Turtle, Mr. and Mrs. \. subject of a little dispute Ins]
Schamschnm: Mrs. k.S Haddon week. "Any street, sidewalk
Smith, Dr. and Mrs. D. Lewi-, says rule 6. Hiere are no f< vet
Mrs. W. C. Bowers : Misses E. than seven definitionsof "street
Graham, M. A. Gibsou, L. J in an " Schlachter, M. Sawyer : Messrs the English Language. Let us
H. P. Blaekey, H. G. Collins, H lookatsome. rhe first on the
H. Humphreys, W. A. Power, list is: "A public way with
R. II Sawyer, C. M. White and buildings on on* or both sides
M. L. I.andeker.
Intermediate: Mis.
FitZgtrald and Mr.
Roberts.
J-
B.
in a City, t 'wn. or Vlll I
p, fCVsi !' hon premier) Sei n id.
i\ "The highway on which the
buildings ofa street front. (\
provided with sidewalks, though
ill are side walked. It would not
be a< ceptable to the legal pro
fession, because if it were made
i rule nisi, man) .1 guinea that
now goes into its
wai his its fingers, would remain
on the outside, and do more
I in other directions It is
beyo id doubt that, the client in
th-' u. ijority of cases pays dearh
for I is whistle. The simple
wor I "the said," and "tin
said.' become hidden snares and
pitfalls to the inexperienced
the glori >us uncertainties of the
law. S lid a lawyer to one bv
whom lie had been consulted and
P nut ins 1 11 one side of a room.
"You see those books there, they
are all for you," a id thru point
ing t 1 the op| 11 isi *r side, "tl
are ag oust 5 ou." Poor man !
what a tei 1 ible dilemma A
m hethei he heat a hasty reti
hi ri I a client, liisloi\ is
silent. Perhaps he came aw ay,
,1 -1 '.! 1 though a w iser man.
I i word street" ii suscepti
ble of -"\: ii meanings or ap
pl call.his in addition to the
four ah' iv e given ; as foi in
1 1 he street." I he people
living, 01 h ibitually gathei ing
in a street.
I hat Btrei t ill which the piin
I a
is rathei a blend a id so when
properly cast his performance is
,, delight to see. Miss Tennanl
as usual makes the most of a
light role and (ieo Lai kin, as
locket, aid the owner of the picture theati r,
gives his customary < > K. pei -
formanci
Esp cial praise musl be ac-
corded a bit of doul le 1 xposillg
wherein is shown n m ing pic-
ture screen projection. I he reg-
ister of action is abs duteh per-
fect, under very diffi ult condi-
tions The country ra ratmos
phere is refreshing and lovel
The story deals pa, icularly
with the little duplicith s which
deacons are fictitiously supposed
to be heir to. Deacon Jones is
running for Mavor on a Purity
Second;Misses F. Demeritt, peculiar definition truly, Third.
E. RhMie, \l. Riggs; Messrs R, "That portion of a highway be
Chambers, J. B. Fitzgerald, W. tween the sidewalks or curb
T. Major, C. A. Pearce, \ Quar- fh< way.iesjrved for vehi I cipal financial dealings u
rell, C. Sturrup, F. Sfurrup. Very narrow I ' urth. "A r< >ad I citv are carried on.
u iv, paved or uupaved, with or j The collective body of h
without sidewalks between lots era, br ikers, Ac doing business
nn which buildings are to |.,- in a certain street
nected." (Wide enough.) It
would be interesting to know
U Inch of the three in order was
present in the minds of the mem
bers of th hoard at the time
w hen tin \ ma< e rule (>. It uould
232 in transit for I lavana.
%f
M H'HER DROWNS HER
MM CHILDREN AT LONG
ISLAND.
On Sunday 33rd November, a
woman by the name of (Iphelia
Taj lor, of the Bight Settlement,
Long Island, took hei fi> e chil-
dren over to a Cay. where she
drowned them all. The next
morning search w as made, hut
only two of the bod if ere re
seem at any rate that th \ re-
cognised a diffen nee between
"street' an.I a "sidewalk." U
might it not have been that they
I were following, though fecbh.
covered. This .women isa tub* j in the footsteps-of those legal
ject of the Pentecostal Religion, luminaries wlio crowd Into a
and it is supposed that s||r is drrd all words having a coin-
< n the street" A colloq ii*l
substitute for "in the street"
and as'strictly correct, although
objected lo b\ some lexical au-
thorities,
The pefambulatory class ol
profession il courtesans. And
last hut not least
THETARVI V
The "Imperial I heatre" i
1 e ping up- to date, and the
Man Iger ilesiii s to do the lies!
for tlie public possible, hollow
League ticket which has for its
I articularplat form the abolition
of \I'A mg Picture The tr< Miss
Teunant, hisdnu hter, in love
with Larkin, who ns the
town- leading nicklel n. Put
1 1 ,,ii Jones has put Ins foot
down on their union a; long as
Larkin stick- to the theater.
Well the Deacon visits the
country fair and a i appei for
the three shell game persuadi s
I,im how isil\ it is to pick out
the elusive little pt a So the
Deacon bets his head off, {Dur-
ing nil this action an I 11 iir
1 aineia man has been grinding
off some topi, al view- of the
I.Ml.
Larkin several days later re
ceivu the him in his program
ml t n pn\ ate show ing sees
1- -futlirf lather in lav enact
Ids moral lapse in Irving to get
11.-I1 quick. So he uses tins evi-
dence of the hencon'stransgres-
sion as a whip to fort hi eon-
sent. It is "either consent to our
marriage 011 show ihe picture
to the whole tow II."
Larkin wins Ins content and
the film is never shown.
Meetings are still in pr igr< S)
I in "Kemps "Hall on Polly Hill,
H


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T if i: i K i D i: N l
I
wiwPcood ltendance. The FOREIGN Mails,via N wYork Bert Stu'rrup Breach Cattle
next service ill I'f held at per Mail |Steamer "Vigilancia" Act Dismissed with a caution
seven o'clock I hursday evening, will be closed on Friday 5th at
I he subject onsidered, "The 10 a m. j -
Social mid Religious Conditions
<>f I lip Last Days in The Light
of I'roi ln-i j \n invitation is
extend?d to .ill lobe present.
INTERINSULAR Mails for
Harbour Island, Spanish Wells,
Eleuthera, Andres, Abaco, Lxu-
ma. Long I.. I'oi t H'l ve, Rum
Cay and Waitings Island will !><
dosed on Friday 5th Dec. al 2
A Rule mad- bv the Marine I""-
IMPERIAL
"GOVERNMl- \1 NOTICES"
Products Boai I. Closinng the
Northern Bight againsl Sponge
fishing is published for general
iiiforination .
A Court of Revision for the
Southern Election Districtof New
Providence will he hi Id ill
A.'ii". Schoojr om on Monday
A Rule made"bv the Marine Tuesday and Wednesday 1st, and
Producis 1 .ard, Closing the '"." ''' December from 1 to 3
Bight ol \.......igainst Sponge oc,ock I"" each day.
fishing is p iblikhed for gi 111 ral
inform 1I1.in
Mr. I lawkins Russell has been
appointed Acting Registrar of
Lnths for Alexandra, Al b
A Commission, directing an
enquiry ini the ndequai >
or language
otheru ise 1 1 a existing Laws
of the C.....'1. regulating its
IN THE
\i tGlSTRA it:-; COUR I"
Nov.
Scipio ClarkeDrunk
and using profane language inl
street 8s 01 6 days.
i wellvii Swi cling
in si i el
THEATRE
Wednesday Dec. 3
AT 8 O'CLOCK
Transgression Of
Deacon Jones
AN UNUSU \L AND IN I'KRES-
IING REELS
Art and Love
\ CH \MPlOM WITH OTHER
REEI 8
6d. !-. i.
I rira Balfour tendin
1 dismissed,
coasting and 1 eriusular trade a.*John Charles Florn
andalsothepi senger and cargo Bigamj -Sent for trial in Sup.
trade between this Colony and Court during the Januarj Ses
Foreign ports has i.e.. 1 issued h"'"
See !
"--' O^ICtfliSl WORK
' etc ( 1 .
to the undei in led an I is |>nl>
lished forite leral information.
I he 11......urable I" rederick
Wm.
street
\\ in. Baptiste
Baptiste Drunk in
and Sarah
at Law, M. L.
ice Ci ile Esq .
Roger Higgs,
Johnson, I (| .
Inr '. hnstmas,
S WD-:, Photographer,
li 1 v-Mieet, '"itv.
Chester Wells-Durrant, M. A., Hudson Fighting in street
K.C, Utorne General; Aubrey Baptiste fined 1 as. or 10 days,
K. Soioi.....1 I- .1. P Attorney Hudson dismissed.
1 ;George Mam- -' rheophilus Wilson-Ap
I. L. A. Charles plication by his Wife Mary Jane
sii Thomas K. ^" niainti nai ce on the ground
Hah I, Knowles
I' ~m J- I* an. Jerome Eu -
Pvfrom, Esq.
Calendars
AM) GREE I IN-", FOLDERS
w ith
VIEWS QF NASSAU
al
SANDS' STUDIO
and
I.KK'I \\ IU)()K SCORE.
FRESH
|UST ARRIV! D
AN 'Mm Large .1 -- .11 iii' il nf
llulid.y i aKrs hikI Candies
d 11 eel Imhh die I 11 lory such as
IviinliAV Mixed
( )nr I >.n ling
Dixie I'm 1.or.hi
Our Hubbvand 25 oilier different
Mixed Cakes a I net* |x 1 lb Mixl
Candies hI 18 cts p-' lh Also the
following Cak< r in P ickages at 6
eis Raisin Cooki^O. U. Pies awl
Lunch hiscuits, I'hesc Hreuneijual*
ed m (in ility.
A 1 IOOTE'3
NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE.
1 lav jusl r< n ived
F. Balance T
o| desertion I lismis* d
James Dixon Feloniously
wounding Priscilla (Ins wife)
i milni to maim Remanded
From and after the 1st Jami Ml r'1 ,w "m-
ary 1914, Parcel P*l Mails will -7 'Samuel sweeting -Fun.
beex< hanged between iheBaha- fously driving Ins horse aid cai
mas and the United Mates,,-,,, riage in BayStreet Dwmu
Miami F/fl., in addition to tin
li'.
direct service w 1111 New York.
\\ in, I Sa undent Exposing
goods f H sale on the sidewalk
in Bav Strei t m contravention
of Rule '. Part i'>. of the II .ard
Rules I "s
From and after the 1 si Janu
dry 10.14 Britisli Postal Orders of Public Works
will be issued and paid at the missed.
undermentioned I >isli ict Posl
((ffices in the Bahamas to the
'. mted Kingdom and Britiah
Colonies, and to ami among the
Ollt Islands
Green Turtle Ca>. I l"i,e 'm "
Spencers Point, Ni< oils 1 >w n,
Fresh Creek, Mangrove Cay,
I lerberl Russell -Offence un-
der said sei tillll and Rule I >18
missed.
28 -Albert Smith Malismus-
p damaging the dwelling Imuse
til Man Ami Patton situ it'' in
N.ss ,n Street by removing a
number of hinfctes thurefrom
Lmiini, Governors Harbour, Dismissed with a cauti
on.
Rock Sound, 1 ieoi ire Town,
Long Cay, Grand Bahamas,
Harbour Island, Inagua, Clar
ence Town, Ragged Island, Hum
Cay, I he Bight, Arthurs down,
and WatliliSS Island.
j 1 Margaret Johnson-
Breach Dog License Act is.
Alon/o FernanderLoud
shouting and using profane and
indecent language in Btn et
i' s. or H da\s.
NOTICE (Special)
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
I \ 1, 0 Fhnii l I cts. lb,
,, 1 ,, Lauiel I'r.ind
2 lh. f"i 7 cis.
M ,, 1 >nrl Hi.nd ,1 5{ rli, lb.
W'lnle ( i1.11111l.il' 'i >"-.u 4 U.s
_i| ,-is. Brow n Crystallized
Sugai .1; r> i*it, Hi.
Ahovr St< t'l> Jii-1 l< eived
per s s. "V i^.I.iikaa"
Good Quality and I resit,
\n III -1 but not 'east
|*r' Pure lam hi.1 Kum
Ai io-.. Per 1ialInn
l .111 ailv""
J. L. SAUNDERS ft Co.
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere
Try one and be convince of
:ts*excella:it quality.
assortment "I I oysand Paw y
good< foi Xmas, from London and
Vroe
'I'll, \ss.iriment. beinfi such a
larse one, *e will only give n list
ef (he le iding one-..
DOLLS, DOLLS,
3 Cases of Dressed and undreaeed
Dolls from 3-s.tn ios.ljt, DollsCai
ri iges, Perantbu'alor*, and Go
Carts hum is lo 1, l-arge Steel
Express Waggons rom 4s. to \
V nciped' s, l I'iani.s from 5s. lo lf>s. (. hild's
Rocking Chairs and A wry large
variety ol Sina I I BfSi and Xmas
Cinds.
Also reeeived Another Crate ol
\ss aied China.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE.
Just receiv d a part of the Large
Stock of Furniture nidered, where
ue intended keeping, ver the I lat
and Millinery Store, r full line.
RECEIVING
Bureaux from 50s m q is. each
Chill.....ei *, Bedsteads, Wash
Stands ai d M ittresses, single and
double from ' '. 2.
A. F, MOORE.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKI R
DESIRES i" inform ins frjendi
,,,id the Public th il he has
jusi received a complete outfit of
facilities foi the busini -> ol an un-
dertaker, which places Inn. ill a
position i" carry nut Funerals that
mav he entrusted to Ins care w ith
system and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits rheir patronag mv Prices firm i'>(] prove III H r<'v
aie the veiv lowest foi fiisl cIlISS
work,
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tactics. One of them tonight
fastened herself to a chair in
Caxton Hail with chain and
padlock, from which point she
shrieked "Votes for Women."
The Hon. Joseph Pease, M.
P., had to stop his speoch for
several minutes while the stew
ards endeavoured to remove
the suffragette.
They had to smash the chair
before they could remove her.
WF. would ifonn all who appreciate a
have on hand an extensive Stock of
Good Smk that we now
HAVANA CIGARS. We
and Sumatrr
Fl Paso Texas V>__Tne guarantee our hrand to be made of the finest Havana
movement 'of General VillasV Wr,?PP'r^.and HaVHna ^,,m thf0,,Khout- .....
?r.- *., u^ *u *_ _.*__i..i these Cigars are manufactured on out premises bv skilled workmen
troops to the south to attack the ^ gfeal ^ ^ taken t leaerais stronghold at Chthita- The succesp we h.ive met wjth in the past |eaos us confidently to expect
hua today was begun when ,iie patronage of connoiseurs.
nearly 1000 men departed from j. l. SALNDERS A Co.
Juarez. Bav Street,
Mexico, 30. President Huer-
ta today summoned the mana-
gers of the Bank of London and
Mexico and explained to their,
the necessity of their financial
assistance to meet the obliga-
tions of the national railways memorial presented to
on December 1st. Interest pay
merits due December 1st aggre-
gate 801.000 Pesos gold.
Premier
Asquith today by an influential
committee.
The signatories stated that
they had been stirred to action
bv the revelations made during
the inquiry into the atrocities
on the rubber fields of Putu
London, 30.That the gen
eral adoption of the Lewis an
tomatic machine gun would re
volutionize warfare, sending the muya Peru,
present day rifles to the junk ; ________^______^_____
heap and rendering current mil i '
tary tactics antiquated at one Shlttfi^lGS
stroke, is the opinion of a high j
army officer who was present at Best No. I Heart 5m. Cypress
the trials this week at Bisley of Shi ugles at $o,.(>o per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5 Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5in. Cvpress at $6.72 per
ItU tlie Maxim. thousand of 20 bundles. I his
One infantryman can carry a fpni-e made pocsible by a \ery
large purchase.
a new gun invented by Col. l
Lewis, formeily of the United1
States.
For the first time a machine
gun capable of firing 500 to
800 rounds a minute is to he 1
carried by an infantryman. No j
horses or mules are needed, as J
with the Maxim.
\m mid Ills ciMnrmcie can carry
the ammunition. A single Jrom
pan? would have a destructive
I lower equal to a whole regi
meat at present.
Vienna, 30.The Austro
Hungarian government, it is
understood, is about to grant
again Jto the Canadian Pacific
Railroad Company the right to
carry on emigration business in
the dual monarchy.
The restoration of the right
was, it is said, requested by the
British government.
London, 30.Immediate le-
gislation effectually to b.ir Bri-
tish subjects from evading the
slave trade acts was urged in a
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
N C) T 11 B
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil. COS <
OLlNk. Sold
G/.P.
I in quantities
id One Gallon and upwards for
one shilling a gallon.
Drums of 50 gallons at aa cents
a gallon, subject to return when
empty.
These special Drums do away
with the necessity of buying a
Storage Tank.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Not. 19. 1913.
I
L
LOST
AST Week A Gold Wishbone
Brooch. Reward.
ApHv
" 1'iihune" Office.
NO I Kb
'TT*HlS is to remind Public the
1 of the OKI Stand (N'.S. Elliot's
Joiner Shop) Bast Bay street,
which is now under the Manage,
menI of
JAMES \. EVANS
CONTR IC'IOR AND JOINER
Hand nade v oftins of every des
cription, I am prepared tngivi
you ex.flli-hi woik. Best of lefer
lues. F01 turninij etc., see us. Wi
gu.nanlee IO satisfy you .oid ar
confident that we can suit sou.
THF. WORLD'S j/of**ENT
m ikes power, fit I the name
STANDARD ENGINE.
Lloyd's Register shows this
the power of the majority.
Hack of the Standard
guarantee is tlie Slan-
dard Motor Construc-
tion Co., 171 Pine st.,
Jersey City, N. J.
CHAS. B. ALBURY,
Nassau, N. I*.
Agent for the Bahamas.
IS
REAL
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLIAMS
THE SHOF.MAN
Has just 1-reived a
large consignment of
Hoots and shoes most
of which are
SAMPLE LOTS
of 1, 2 and 3 pairs of a
brand and style in all sizes
which are being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
In many instances the discount
not le-.s than
?.o per cent on the
REOl'LAR PRICKS
Call to d.iy and convince your
self that this is another lot of
those Exceptional Bargains
which is eveiy now and then
offered at
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT.
277, 279 Bay-stieet,
NOTICE !
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil Cos3uwtaM
old in quantities of 5 gallons
and upward for one shilling per
gallon at Garage.
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties.
Diumsmayhe had with "drum
lots,' subject In return when empty
Reo the Fifth r'ais sold at
tll75, less to per cent dis-
count f. o, I), factory.
Reo Cars also for lire.
DlCyclet rented for ics. a week.
Auto nobile and bicycle supplies
kept in. su-^- cylinder oil and
/%wto Orease a specially.
l/nn even sell you a verv conve-
nient storage ilium with faucii to
keep gisoline. Come and see,
them.
Apply to
J. P. SI\t\K
47 Markei Street
Nov. 18, iqtj.
NOTICE
WIUT about ,|,at
P\N\M\ HA I'of yours
It \aots clean.ng, Polishing and
Blocking, and no*In re in this City
jan you get it done but at
THOMAS L. NABBIE,
and at a very moderate price*
Doesn't matter how bad a condition
it may be in it can he made ;.s
good as new, or better. Remenil>er
be is at
504 Ci,y Street
A
FOUND.
SET of Upper False Teeth
Anply
' Tribune" Office
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