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1 H E TKlDUNt Gbe tribune Thvraday. December 4. 1913 The Lighthouse Tender "Carnarvon" arrived from St.Thomas, D. W. [., and inteimediate Bahamas Lighthouses yesterday evening. The Cuban Steamer "Manzanillo" arrived from New Yorklast night with freight for the Ward Line. The Danish Steamer "Kotonia arrived from New York this morning with freight for the Ward I.in.-. The Mail Steamer"Vigilancia," arrived from Santiago de Cuba, tins morning with one passenger in transit for New York. Mails per "Frances E" close "n Saturday 6th December ion •'it 8 o'clock a.m. j* I lie 'Jlmpenal Theatre" is giving an extra special feature show to-morrow evening. The Sherlock Holmes' Keels are wonderful, interesting and instructive. "Through the Zoo,' is ai excellent picture. The animals depicted here are true to life. Dotit miss this show. Following is a synopsis of one of the Detective stories : The Beryl Coronet—A torn piece of cloth hanging on a nail proved the undoing of Moriarty. Sherlock Holmes' ken, methods and his daring actions, when convinced that he is on the right trait, have unraveled many a Complicated mystery, but in none have his remarkable analytic powers been more forcefully demonstrated than io"The Beryl Coronet.'' The very valuable coronet having been left with Hanker Holder as security for a loan, is stolen by a daring thief. The fiancee of Holder's beautiful daughter Mary rescues the coronet, after an exciting encounter with the thieves, only to be accused of the theft of two jewels broken from it in (he Struggle, when it is discovered in his possession by Holder and his family, who were aroused by the commotion. Mary never doubts her sweetheart, however, and with the assistance of thereat detective, the real culprits are brought to justice. Starting with a piece of torn cloth as his only clue, Holmes rapidly works out in his own |>eculiar manner, the solution of the mystery. TAR YIA. O TAR STREET Why the wail o' woe ? Why doth the blackness of you arouse so great indignation in the bosoms of thy revilers? Know ye not 'that "thy colour was ers't much esteemed. "I am black, but comely." "Look not upon me because 1 am black.," sang the song of songs. "The savour of thy anointing is like the spikenard that sendeth forth the sweet smell thereof." Compare thy sanitary odour with the assafoetida of the drains, thnoisome pestilential vapours, the rnephitie gasses of George Street, Charlotte, Union, Cumberland, Streets and the Market. O, Board of Works, in this thou hast done ] well. I'ursue the even tenor of thy way. Hearken not to the voice of discontent Yours not I to make reply, yours but to do and tar. Do we ever hear of the hideously ugly streets of New York to which such as "Citizen" resort when they shall have sav ed up a few coppers? I).> we not hear of splendid Asphalt pavements? \\ hat is the colour of them. Are they White: And'The Guardian' 1 too, the oracle, joining in the clamour!!! I had not seen the "vandalism," and the "apotheosis." ()h Citi zen cannot you do better than to mix your words thus incongruously. Which is it, vandalism, or, apothi o is' Reading that "all the City was moved" I issued from my den this morning expecting to sec that Hell had broken loose and poured from "I lades'' in one foul overwhelm ing Hood ; but instead, I experienced the power of imagination, and the truth that the pen is mightier than the sword. "Delilemem," "Blackening" "Unhappy choice," "Drains and sidewalks daubed,' "Odour highly offensive," cries The one, | "Violent" and"Uuthlcss" laying of hands, "Radiating odours," (rather a twisting of radiate.) "Outrage," "Impregnation with tar and oil" says the other. I should have thought that The |one would have gone in "body and soul" for the Americanizing of Bay Street ; in fact I had an idea that it would not be "a farcry" to do, or, attempt anything that would please the American tourist. He has heretofore raved over "White coral streets," Bliss Carmen has applauded them to the very echo, and we Nassau viansare fond of them too ; but, let the tourist but hint, and oh! what a change will come over the spirit of our drears. No Mr. b'ditor this tremendous howl of indignation and monotonous tirade against The Board of Works is entirely uncalled for, it is absolutely un justifiable, because it is too premature. "Wait and see," and I think it will be found that we | shall lose a little, but gain a %  great deal. Whether the hoard of Works will be influenced bv the howlers is extremely doubtful. Aut Ccesdi-mil nulliu is their motto. I suppose I may be allowed to hold ail opinion as well as "{Citizen and the Guar dian s Editor" therefore mine j s that the objection-, are invalid. O. P. Q. Arthurs Town, Cat Island, Nov. 29th 1913 To the Kditorof "The I'ribune Sir : It is very evident that vour correspondent ''Pessimist' 1 is cither an individual of excel rl ingly perverted morals or one of those giddy persons who rush into print merely because paper is cheap and newspaper Kditors as a rule suffer fools j^l idly. We tail to draw any sense from the entangled mesh that Forms the hack ground of his hazy letter, we doubt whether he himself understands it, if he does he will lay his readers under a deep sense of obligation were he to come down to earth and interpret t > us plain mortals what he real I) means. We make this plea for our fellow readers not for ourselves as we were ever tolerant of nonsense. We beg to take issue however with the end of his letter ill which he assumes the air of a II dgelmgj P. and condemns "a Shepherd and his lambs the one suing the other for Cake'' The most ordinary third rate teacher ought t > know we call such an absurd combination in Rhetoric, really such a devia tion from the rules of syntax by a grammar School boy would deserve a thorough birching. Tiuly it is really shameful for one "making tracks|towards the (iolden Gates of knowledge" to he guilty of such a dreadful solecism. Perhaps however 'Pessimist" is onfja, "11 tracks" for as far as we canVe his chances of ever entering the "Golden Gate" arc distressingly slim. We would ask "Pessimist" m all sincerity when is a theft a theft ? This is really a very important question for a gentleman "who wants to be a Commissioner" and who has already tast 'd the Sweets of power if no more than to the extent of signing himself "Assistant Commissioner of the Arthur's Town District." Let us assu ne that such a violent disarrangement of the laws of nature took place and Shepherds and Sheep confronted each other in Court, would 'Pessimist" c< ndemn '1 h; Shepherd if he had taken legal steps to recover from one of his lambs say for i istai ce his pastoral crook instead >f Cake? Has "Pessimist" ever hear 1 of such an offence as "Compounding Felony."? Rather no', since on his own confession IN propria pertona he had n kn iwledge on the 1 iw against witchcraft Reallv "Pessimist" you may have ''Sublimity" as your "mark," but in endeav uring to force such undiluted rubbish as that contained in ym ; letter lated Nov. i ?lh inst. i an intelligent reading publi it will be better in the fitness ol tilings if in lutuie you adopt "Ridiculousness" as your motto Truly "Pessimist" w • quite believe you imagine you are "making tracks towa'ds the Golden t iat< s of kit* ledge," led of couise by the loo obeahman who as a prelimm ry rite will gently sprinkle you with the blood of the yard rooster, having first given you is head steeped in rum is a charm, a keepsake and a prelection against %pt$ritt. What a Coat of arms that would make, ye gods I Imagine the effect. In the centre the obeahman; meekly neeling upon his knees "Pessim it" with folded arms and unuirned eyes, while obeahman pours out the cocks blood on his wooly locks from a calabash. Around "Pessimists" neck is a string from which hangs the roosters head ; b low a bottle of Jamaica of goodly size, whileabo\e in letters oi tin the word "RediculoUSIIesS." '1 Ins of course is merely a Suggestion, if "Pessimist" desire to adopt it as a permanent crest he will infringe no copyright I quite agree with "Pessimist'



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T'rf K* f lT i B V N E \Jf sn lie J-nys "the people of Nassau little knows what we have to put up with," but why put up with n? Why keep the Government Authorities ignorant of the fact that although you pay taxes and have a right to legal pro e< tion, at any time, your Ma gistra has to leave the District any o:-cabman may invade your "qu -t settl 'ment, let loose pandem iium,distress ihe already too poor inhabitants while the gentleman who "wants to b" Comuiissi 'tier bits in the offic: too foolish to know that a 1 \v against obeali exists but not too modest to jingle the title which in a moment of aber ation somebody r icommended him 'o and which hr carries with as much dignity as tin-Ass in "Esop's Fables'< did the Lions skin. The bray is! never confun< id with the roar bray h i never so loudly. la concluding we beg to re | mii:d ''Pessimist" that we are well aware of his identity aid thai in attacki M. an immeasurably better in.i than tlie whole Ran*? of wh h ie has constituted himself |)i Captain, he is only working a mischief to himBell like liie'ii ,' in tllC %  I,ll>ls' who filled .. it fiiUe pride tried to blow himse as large as tinHull and i.i >risequeuce came to grief Verbum Sabientibui Yours, CHURCHMAN SOBER Rditor "Tribune" D ar Sir: Why do yi i think certain leaders of '.he i lurches are so interested in Ma -ti nil m liters, Should not the) feed their Hoclc and trv t'> win souls for C rist ? 1 heir very igh Educational abilities shollh make then gentlemanly and n a indulge in siv h rash language as calling the late acting Commissions of Arthurs Town Districl in egregious ass, Courtesy a id g od manners are before a ha idsome fur and education. The itr'ong should help Ihe M eak. A true Christian man would never wound another's feeling so deeply. 1 think the Commissioner of Arthur's Town District must have recommended for the posi tion of J. P. whom it best suited Rev. gentlemen should attend to their churches and not try to add J. I's to Revs. Respecting obcahivm I don't know anything about it but I would le 1 pleased if the author of that rich piece of literature signed "ReS'dent'' and lives between Arthurs Town and Ihe I Right would write something about it I hav<' it visited Oil LI ind my native land for the last fourteen vens and I must say great Scholars have arisen thereduring that time. Such aggrandise ment would be very good were it beneficial to the community. The quoting; of Latin phrases and writing of high style liters %  ture is no benefit to our people! if it be used as this is going • n. \lei. who can boast of Coll ge education should be an example to those who oily: had elementary training, The staff nf Teachers under the Bond of Education are termed ignoramuses and greenhorns by these wondi rful Critics, then the Hoard of Education along with the lite Insoecio' and ember 4th 1913 W ishingtoti, 1. — In addition to recommendation of a naval building programme which ShoWSthat he isn > "One battleship in.in" Secretary Daniels embodies in Ins first annual rep ut tie: important proposal that 1 lie United States government acquire and operate oil wells an 1 reli.ie its own oil in order that the fleet of the future shall be plentifully supplied with oil fuel Two dreadnoughts, eight de stroyers and three submarines constitute the secretary's build illg programme for next year. London, a.—The London opera House, erected by I lam niersleiu again bat been closed, and it is to remain closed until further notice. London, 2.— It has just be come known that the Duke of Connaught Ins lost a quantity of valuable jewelry from his residence here. It is not stated whether the properly is supposed to have been lost or stolen or ii*n it was first missed. Juarez, 2.— deneral llilla said today that N'orthern Mexico, embracing the states of So nora, Chihuahua, Coahuilo and Nueva Leon and Tamaulipas would be wholly under the authority of the reb I forces within two weeks. The forces then will concentrate atUuadlaj ita with a ie\v of 111 irchillg on Mexico City. Loud .11, 2.—The London Times says encouraging progress is being made in the move ment to induce the British government .to reconsider its attitude toward the San Francisco Exposition. "Conferences held between members {of the British Committee initiated by Sir Thomas Lipton" show that the Board of Trade is inclined to support a scheme whereby the treasury would make a grant of §500.000 toward an official British exhibit. London, 2.—lady Darwin is trying to introduce women policemen into England Jaud a motion lor their appointment probably will come before the Cambridge authorities tomorrow. Loud,in, 2.—Two commissions, one international and the other English in organization, soon w ill begin a series ol investigation! in the '.hope of being able to codify the various natural laws which are believed by scientists to govern wireless telegraphy. The English commission will dev >te its investigations to the qualitative phasesoftha problems while the other organizati in will study the quantitative aspects of the question. Dublin, 2 Militant suffragettes outwitted the police today and held a demonstrations outside Mount Joy Prison, where Mr. Skeffingtou, who was sen teuced to seven days imprison ment for interference during the visit of A. Bonat Law, is confined. Calendars AND GREETING FOLDER* Wllll Vlt-'.Ws OK NA^ftAU SANDS'VvUDIO and DIOCESAN BOOK STORE.



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l'HE T K I D I) ML American manufacturers thiough the operation of the piotective tariff. Another result of the artificial Stimulation of manufacturing in ; Canada is seen in movement away from the farms in the older pro vinces. Canada even in this early Stage -if its national development is suffering from congestion and slums in the cities and a well marked tendency to desert the country for the tcwn„ which must !>e reckoned as pail "I the pries she is paying fur her industrial expansion. B NOTICE (Special) AT THE ROYAL STORE. No. 0 Flour at I cts. lb. „ I „ Laurel Mrand •> II). foi 7 els. „ „ 1 and Storm King Brand at :i cts. |h. White Granulated Sugar 4 lbs. •_'l cis. Brown Crystallized Sugar al ."> cts. lb. A hove Stock just Ueceived per s s. "Vigilancia" Good Quality and Fresh. And Itst but not least HP Pure Jamaica Rum At IOS. Per Gallon "Call early" J. I.. SAUN1)KRS& Co. FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N' extra Large assortment .f I lolid.iy Cakes and Candies dncci from the Factory such as Rainbow Mixed I )ur Dai ling Dixie Plantation Our Hobby and 25 other different Mixed Cakes at tacts per lb Mixed Candies at 18 cts per lb Also the following Cakes in Packages al 6 cis. Raisin Cookies,O, U. Pies ind Lunch Uis.ru 1 is. These areune nrrthe very lowest for first claM w oik. THE TIGER is one of the most destructive of animals, and is a source of much danger to life. SUNLIGHT SOAP preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but it is a source of destruction to all dirt and uncleanliness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger in a single night, cannot be compared to the amount of destruction wrought by inferior soap in a single wash-day. SUNLIGHT SOAP is an absolutely pure Soap, that saves your clothes, time, money, and labour. TRY IT. R r. A i •\ J C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try om and be convince of its excellent quality. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shi ngles at f<).6oper thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 50 >M shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5111. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. NOT!CE Gasoline S TANDARD Oil. CCS <". .-01.INK. Sold in qunniiiies ol One Gallon and upw.nds fi one shilling a gallon. Drums <>f ,s tjalltrna at 21 cents 1 I* I Ion, Bunjert to return wl*n empty. I liesM! special fftuws do a wax with il'inecessity il buying a Morale lank. C C. SOUNDERS. Nov. If), Itjlj. I LOsT AST Week -A ('.oh Wishbone Brooch Reward. Apply Tribune" Olfice. M) I lt.h Trills is to remind Public the 1 of the (II I Stand i\'. S. Elliot's Joiner Shop East li.iy Mieet, wliicli it now undei I lie Manageineni of I \M! S \. EVANS CON I R Vt II >K AND JOINER I hind made Coffins of every description. I nni prepared in ajv< you PS elteni "oik. Best ol refer %  in es. For turning eic, see us, Wi guarantee in satisfy you >mil ;iri confident tli.it we can suit VOL. THE WORLD'S JJUGDMF.NT makes powerful the name STANDARD E:NCINE. .loyd's Register shows this the power of the majority. Dai U of the Standard guarantee is the Standard Motor Construction Co, 171 Pine st., Jer^y Cits, X. J. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Nassau, V P. Agent for the Bahamas. Bargains AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOES. W ILLIAMS THE SMOEMAN Has just leceived a large consignment of Moots and Shoes most of which iire SAMPLE LOTS of 1, 2 and 3 pairs of a brand and style in all si/es which aie heing sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: In many instances the discount is not le's than 20 per cent on the REGULAR PRICES Call to day and convince your self that this is another lot of those Exceptional Bargains which is every now and then offered at WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL SHOP. ESTABLISHMENT. 277, 279 Bay-stieet, NOTICE! Gasoline S I \\D\R1) Oil CVsGasolene sold iii quantities ol 5 gallons and upward foi one shilling per ga lion Hi (i 0 IgS Bring a Vessel for small quantities, Di urns may he had with "drum lots,' %  object to return when empty Ren the Fifth Cnri sold at $1175, less 10 per cent aisS count f. o. I), factory, Reo Cars also for Hire. Bicycles rented fur 10s. a week. Auto nnbile and bicyt le supplies kept in stock. Cylinder oil and Auto Grease a specialty. Can even sell you a very convenient Storage dm n with f.uirit to keep gasoline. Come and see tin-in. Apply to J. P. SIMMS. i; Market Street Nov. 18, I'd3. NOTICE U ril \T about that PAN WI A IIA I" of yours It wants cleaning. Polishing and Blocking, and nowhere in this City .-an you ge| it done hut at THOMAS E. NABRIE, and at a very moderate prices Doesn't matter how \>,\A a condition it may be in it can he made as Rood 'new, "i h iier. Remember he is ai S'ji l'a> Street A FOUND. SE I of Upper False Teeth Apply "Tribune Office



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0) Nulllua FVJ 1U ins (urare In verba nmnliiri. Being bound to iwear to the Dogmcs >f no Me.ster, VOL. XI. Nassau, N. P.. Ba.h&m&i, Thursday. December 4. 1913 No. 12 LEON K H. DUPI CH, KUITOK AND PmirinB OI'KKT 3K 44 MABKKT STRUT Na*au N. I'., I*. O. Itnv I.AltAMA IV I'l'HLISHKD DAILY. M. .inlay, Wednesday and Friday— %  Ingle copy |y the announcement thai he intended to remove a part of Ins plant for the making of Mowers and exhaust fans from llvde Park, near Huston, to Gait, Ontario, Man? of the newspapers hailed Goverr.01 Foas's anrrouncemrii as though it were 1 new de p Mure ; and aie writ mi: as though the lowering ol the American t infl would make it preferable to manu faclure in Canada lot the American market. This is, lu.wever, to overlook the fuel that the movement of American manufactures into Canada h > %  been going on for I lie last ten years, and that the great acceleration in pace dates, not from the introduction of the UnderwKid-Simmons Bill, n, indeed, from the Democratic s >"'cess of the polls in 191a, hut from the great development of the grain growing provinces which began even before the passage of tho I'ayne-Aldrich Act. VALUE OF CANADIAN MARKKI. As a matter of I irt, it is not the Underwood Simmons Mill nor any other American Tariff Bill that is responsible for this movement into Canada. The reason for it is to he found in the great market that is opening for American products in the Canadian West, and in the Canadian tariff duties, which avarage from 30 to 30 per cent, on the goods manufactured by the concerns which have moved across the liorder.lt must he noted also that in few rases have the manufacturers wholly deserted the United Slates. Ordinarily they have merely elected branches in Canada. Until the Undenvnod-Snnmonsl'.ill was under rliscussion in Canada 110 one though! f attributing this Canadian movement to the United Stales tariff. It was openly regarded as a move to secure the Canadian market, and \l. Fielding, the LiberaMFinnnce Minister from 1896 to 1911, frequently pointed to it as one of the outstanding successes of the national policy of Sir John A Macdonald, winch was adopted nod extended by Ihe I.aurier Government. Il would be difficult to account for Ihe movement otherwise. Wages in Canada are much the same as in the United States, although the manufacturers claim that there is some advantage in regard to labour because the trade unions of Canada are much less strongly organised than the Ameri can unions, and the lad providing f>r Ihe arbitration of industrial disputes protects the manufacturers fiom strikes Speaking broadly, there can be little difference in tie cost of production ii) the two countries, A BAIT FOR MANUFACTURERS. Manufacturers in Canada enjoy some advantages at the cost of the community —which are not forthcoming in the United States. ( anadiao towns and cities, craving always growth and expansion, offer valuable inducements to promoters for the establishment of factories. Free sits, free water supplies, exemptions from taxation for long periods, and cash bonuses are offered by towns in this keen competi tion with one another. All these municipal favours add to the taxes tint must be paid by the general community, and as municipal rates in Canada are us ually paid by the owners of property, the> must in the long run be added to the rents. It is nevertheless, the Canadian tariff to wdnch most of this growth of manufacturing is due. The Canadians have gained 209 American branch plants at the cost of the heavy taxes which they have been paying for the last 34 years. It is therefore interesting to see that the Canadian newspapers are beginning to reckon up the price they are paying, and to ask if they are'really making a good bargain. There is no doubt at all," reads an editorial in the Toronto"Globc" of July 2fc, "ihat to-day Canadians pay more taxes per head than the people of any other country." AN AGRICULTURAL HANDICAP. Dominion revenue is chieflycollected at the customs houses, but this revenue does" not represent the whole price paid by Canadions for the encouragement of manufacturing. In Canada, much more than in the United States, Protection really does protect, in spite of all the Americans invasion, manufacturers there have not yet taken|full possession of the markets, and as a considerable part ol the supplies must pass through the customs houses, manufacturers are able to ask a price equal to that of the foreign goods plus almost the whole of the duties. In some cases—such as that of the makers of agricultural machin. ery—in which Canadian manufacturers have reached Ihe export stage — prices are kept up to the protected level In the home market by the opeiation of a trust while the same machinery is sold in England, ScotIan I, and Australia at much lower prices. To the amount actually paid iii Customs taxation to the Government must be added, therefore, the immense amount paid in enhanced prices to Canadian and (Continued on fourth pftf)


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Nulllua fvJ 1U ins (urare In verba nmnliiri.
Being bound to iwear to the Dogmcs >f no Me.ster,
VOL. XI.
Nassau, N. P.. Ba.h&m&i, Thursday. December 4. 1913
No. 12
LEON K H. DUPI CH,
Kuitok AND PmirinB
OI'KKT 3K 44 MABKKT STRUT
Na*au N. I'., "
I*. O. Itnv
I.AltAMA
IV
I'l'HLISHKD DAILY.
M..inlay, Wednesday and Friday
Ingle copy ........ | Tuesday, Thursday ami Saturday
single ropy ........ id
Weekly ........4I'1
Uoatbl) .......'*-4^
Quarterly ........4*.
HaKYrarlv .....
Veanv
,.,,
Payable in advance.
Advertising Rat." Sil pence ptl line
(or hi-t insertion ; three pence per line
for wcond insertion; and one penny per
line fur subsequent insertion.
Advertisements under tight lines 4R.
FIGHT FOR GREAT
MMtKKI*.
Price of Protection in Canada,
National Expansion at cost ol
People.
Tba attempt to discredit the
Democratic Tariff Bill attributing
to it the migration ol some two
hundred American concerni across
the border into Canada is railing
foith some very active controversy
both in the United States and i"
I he Dominion (writes a corresp Hi-
dent from Hartford, Conn.).
It was Governor Fnai, of Mas-
sachusetts, who precipitated the
discussion l>y the announcement
thai he intended to remove a part
of Ins plant for the making of
Mowers and exhaust fans from
llvde Park, near Huston, to Gait,
Ontario, Man? of the newspapers
hailed Goverr.01 Foas's anrrounce-
mrii as though it were 1 new de
p Mure ; and aie writ mi: as though
the lowering ol the American t infl
would make it preferable to manu
faclure in Canada lot the Ameri-
can market. This is, lu.wever, to
overlook the fuel that the move-
ment of American manufactures
into Canada h > been going on for
I lie last ten years, and that the
great acceleration in pace dates,
not from the introduction of the
UnderwKid-Simmons Bill, n,
indeed, from the Democratic s>"'-
cess of the polls in 191a, hut from
the great development of the
grain growing provinces which be-
gan even before the passage of tho
I'ayne-Aldrich Act.
VALUE OF CANADIAN
MARKKI.
As a matter of I irt, it is not the
Underwood Simmons Mill nor any
other American Tariff Bill that is
responsible for this movement into
Canada. The reason for it is to
he found in the great market that
is opening for American products
in the Canadian West, and in the
Canadian tariff duties, which avar-
age from 30 to 30 per cent, on the
goods manufactured by the con-
cerns which have moved across the
liorder.lt must he noted also that in
few rases have the manufacturers
wholly deserted the United Slates.
Ordinarily they have merely elect-
ed branches in Canada.
Until the Undenvnod-Snnmonsl'.ill
was under rliscussion in Canada
110 one though! f attributing this
Canadian movement to the United
Stales tariff. It was openly regard-
ed as a move to secure the Cana-
dian market, and \l. Fielding, the
LiberaMFinnnce Minister from 1896
to 1911, frequently pointed to it
as one of the outstanding successes
of the national policy of Sir John
A Macdonald, winch was adopted
nod extended by Ihe I.aurier Gov-
ernment.
Il would be difficult to account
for Ihe movement otherwise.
Wages in Canada are much the
same as in the United States, al-
though the manufacturers claim
that there is some advantage in re-
gard to labour because the trade
unions of Canada are much less
strongly organised than the Ameri
can unions, and the lad providing
f>r Ihe arbitration of industrial
disputes protects the manufacturers
fiom strikes
Speaking broadly, there can be
little difference in tie cost of pro-
duction ii) the two countries,
A BAIT FOR
MANUFACTURERS.
Manufacturers in Canada enjoy
some advantages at the cost of
the community which are not
forthcoming in the United States.
( anadiao towns and cities, craving
always growth and expansion, offer
valuable inducements to promoters
for the establishment of factories.
Free sits, free water supplies, ex-
emptions from taxation for long
periods, and cash bonuses are offer-
ed by towns in this keen competi
tion with one another.
All these municipal favours add
to the taxes tint must be paid by
the general community, and as
municipal rates in Canada are us
ually paid by the owners of pro-
perty, the> must in the long run be
added to the rents.
It is nevertheless, the Canadian
tariff to wdnch most of this growth
of manufacturing is due. The
Canadians have gained 209 Ameri-
can branch plants at the cost of
the heavy taxes which they have
been paying for the last 34 years.
It is therefore interesting to see
that the Canadian newspapers are
beginning to reckon up the price
they are paying, and to ask if they
are'really making a good bargain.
" There is no doubt at all," reads
an editorial in the Toronto"Globc"
of July 2fc, "ihat to-day Canadians
pay more taxes per head than the
people of any other country."
AN AGRICULTURAL
HANDICAP.
Dominion revenue is chieflycol-
lected at the customs houses, but
this revenue does" not represent the
whole price paid by Canadions for
the encouragement of manufactur-
ing. In Canada, much more than
in the United States, Protection
really does protect, in spite of all
the Americans invasion, manufac-
turers there have not yet taken|full
possession of the markets, and as a
considerable part ol the supplies
must pass through the customs
houses, manufacturers are able to
ask a price equal to that of the
foreign goods plus almost the
whole of the duties.
In some casessuch as that of
the makers of agricultural machin- .
eryin which Canadian manufac-
turers have reached Ihe export stage
prices are kept up to the protect-
ed level In the home market by the
opeiation of a trust while the same
machinery is sold in England, Scot-
Ian I, and Australia at much lower
prices. To the amount actually
paid iii Customs taxation to the
Government must be added, there-
fore, the immense amount paid in
enhanced prices to Canadian and
(Continued on fourth pftf)


1 H E TKlDUNt
Gbe tribune
Thvraday. December 4. 1913
The Lighthouse Tender "Car-
narvon" arrived from St.Thom-
as, D. W. [., and inteimediate
Bahamas Lighthouses yesterday
evening.
The Cuban Steamer "Manza-
nillo" arrived from New York-
last night with freight for the
Ward Line.
The Danish Steamer "Koton-
ia arrived from New York this
morning with freight for the
Ward I.in.-.
The Mail Steamer"Vigilancia,"
arrived from Santiago de Cuba,
tins morning with one passen-
ger in transit for New York.
Mails per "Frances E" close
"n Saturday 6th December ion
'it 8 o'clock a.m.
j*
. I lie 'Jlmpenal Theatre" is
giving an extra special feature
show to-morrow evening. The
Sherlock Holmes' Keels are
wonderful, interesting and in-
structive. "Through the Zoo,' is
ai excellent picture. The animals
depicted here are true to life.
Dotit miss this show.
Following is a synopsis of one
of the Detective stories :
The Beryl CoronetA torn
piece of cloth hanging on a nail
proved the undoing of Moriarty.
Sherlock Holmes' ken, methods
and his daring actions, when
convinced that he is on the right
trait, have unraveled many a
Complicated mystery, but in
none have his remarkable analy-
tic powers been more forcefully
demonstrated than io"The Beryl
Coronet.''
The very valuable coronet
having been left with Hanker
Holder as security for a loan, is
stolen by a daring thief. The
fiancee of Holder's beautiful
daughter Mary rescues the coro-
net, after an exciting encounter
with the thieves, only to be ac-
cused of the theft of two jewels
broken from it in (he Struggle,
when it is discovered in his pos-
session by Holder and his fami-
ly, who were aroused by the
commotion.
Mary never doubts her sweet-
heart, however, and with the
assistance of thereat detective,
the real culprits are brought to
justice.
Starting with a piece of torn
cloth as his only clue, Holmes
rapidly works out in his own
|>eculiar manner, the solution of
the mystery.
TAR YIA.
O TAR STREET !
Why the wail o' woe ?
Why doth the blackness of
you arouse so great indignation
in the bosoms of thy revilers?
Know ye not 'that "thy colour
was ers't much esteemed. "I am
black, but comely." "Look not
upon me because 1 am black.,"
sang the song of songs. "The
savour of thy anointing is like
the spikenard that sendeth forth
the sweet smell thereof." Com-
pare thy sanitary odour with the
assafoetida of the drains, th-
noisome pestilential vapours, the
rnephitie gasses of George Street,
Charlotte, Union, Cumberland,
Streets and the Market. O, Board
of Works, in this thou hast done
] well. I'ursue the even tenor of
thy way. Hearken not to the
voice of discontent Yours not
I to make reply, yours but to do
and tar. Do we ever hear of the
hideously ugly streets of New
York to which such as "Citizen"
resort when they shall have sav
ed up a few coppers? I).> we
not hear of splendid Asphalt
pavements? \\ hat is the colour
of them. Are they White:
And'The Guardian'1 too, the
oracle, joining in the clamour!!!
I had not seen the "vandalism,"
and the "apotheosis." ()h Citi
zen cannot you do better than to
mix your words thus incongru-
ously. Which is it, vandalism,
or, apothi o is' Reading that "all
! the City was moved" I issued
from my den this morning ex-
pecting to sec that Hell had
broken loose and poured from
"I lades'' in one foul overwhelm
ing Hood ; but instead, I ex-
perienced the power of imagi-
nation, and the truth that the
pen is mightier than the sword.
"Delilemem," "Blackening"
"Unhappy choice," "Drains and
sidewalks daubed,' "Odour
highly offensive," cries The one,
| "Violent" and"Uuthlcss" laying
of hands, "Radiating odours,"
(rather a twisting of radiate.)
"Outrage," "Impregnation with
tar and oil" says the other. I
should have thought that The
|one would have gone in "body
and soul" for the Americanizing
of Bay Street ; in fact I had an
idea that it would not be "a far-
cry" to do, or, attempt anything
that would please the American
tourist. He has heretofore raved
over "White coral streets," Bliss
Carmen has applauded them to
the very echo, and we Nassau
viansare fond of them too ; but,
let the tourist but hint, and
oh! what a change will come
over the spirit of our drears.
No Mr. b'ditor this tremend-
ous howl of indignation and
monotonous tirade against The
Board of Works is entirely un-
called for, it is absolutely un
justifiable, because it is too pre-
mature. "Wait and see," and I
think it will be found that we |
shall lose a little, but gain a
great deal. Whether the hoard
of Works will be influenced bv
the howlers is extremely doubt-
ful. Aut Ccesdi-mil nulliu is their
motto. I suppose I may be al-
lowed to hold ail opinion as
well as "{Citizen and the Guar
dian s Editor" therefore mine js
that the objection-, are invalid.
O. P. Q.
Arthurs Town,
Cat Island,
Nov. 29th 1913
To the Kditorof "The I'ribune
Sir :
It is very evident that vour
correspondent ''Pessimist'1 is
cither an individual of excel rl
ingly perverted morals or one of
those giddy persons who rush
into print merely because paper
is cheap and newspaper Kditors
as a rule suffer fools j^l idly.
We tail to draw any sense
from the entangled mesh that
Forms the hack ground of his
hazy letter, we doubt whether
he himself understands it, if he
does he will lay his readers un-
der a deep sense of obligation
were he to come down to earth
and interpret t > us plain mortals
what he real I) means.
We make this plea for our
fellow readers not for ourselves
as we were ever tolerant of non-
sense.
We beg to take issue however
with the end of his letter ill
which he assumes the air of a
II dgelmgj P. and condemns "a
Shepherd and his lambs the one
suing the other for Cake''
The most ordinary third rate
teacher ought t > know we call
such an absurd combination in
Rhetoric, really such a devia
tion from the rules of syntax by
a grammar School boy would
deserve a thorough birching.
Tiuly it is really shameful for
one "making tracks|towards the
(iolden Gates of knowledge" to
he guilty of such a dreadful
solecism. Perhaps however
'Pessimist" is onfja, "11
tracks" for as far as we canVe
his chances of ever entering the
"Golden Gate" arc distressingly
slim.
We would ask "Pessimist" m
all sincerity when is a theft a
theft ? This is really a very im-
portant question for a gentle-
man "who wants to be a Com-
missioner" and who has already
tast 'd the Sweets of power if no
more than to the extent of sign-
ing himself "Assistant Com-
missioner of the Arthur's Town
District." Let us assu ne that
such a violent disarrangement
of the laws of nature took place
and Shepherds and Sheep con-
fronted each other in Court,
would 'Pessimist" c< ndemn '1 h;
Shepherd if he had taken legal
steps to recover from one of his
lambs say for i istai ce his pas-
toral crook instead >f Cake?
Has "Pessimist" ever hear 1 of
such an offence as "Compound-
ing Felony."? Rather no', since
on his own confession in pro-
pria pertona he had n kn iwled-
ge on the 1 iw against witchcraft
Reallv "Pessimist" you may
have ''Sublimity" as your
"mark," but in endeav uring to
force such undiluted rubbish as
that contained in ym ; letter
lated Nov. i ?lh inst. i an in-
telligent reading publi it will
be better in the fitness ol tilings
if in lutuie you adopt "Ridicu-
lousness" as your motto
Truly "Pessimist" w quite
believe you imagine you are
"making tracks towa'ds the
Golden t iat< s of kit* ledge,"
led of couise by the loo obeah-
man who as a prelimm ry rite
will gently sprinkle you with
the blood of the yard rooster,
having first given you is head
steeped in rum is a charm, a
keepsake and a prelection
against %pt$ritt.
What a Coat of arms that
would make, ye gods I Imagine
the effect. In the centre the
obeahman; meekly neeling
upon his knees "Pessim it" with
folded arms and unuirned eyes,
while obeahman pours out the
cocks blood on his wooly locks
from a calabash. Around "Pessi-
mists" neck is a string from
which hangs the roosters head ;
b low a bottle of Jamaica of
goodly size, whileabo\e in let-
ters oi tin the word "Redicu-
loUSIIesS."
'1 Ins of course is merely a
Suggestion, if "Pessimist" desire
to adopt it as a permanent crest
he will infringe no copyright I
quite agree with "Pessimist'


T'rf K* f lT i B V N E
\Jfsn lie J-nys "the people of
Nassau little knows what we
have to put up with," but why
put up with n? Why keep the
Government Authorities igno-
rant of the fact that although
you pay taxes and have a right
to legal pro e< tion, at any time,
your Ma gistra has to leave the
District any o:-cabman may in-
vade your "qu -t settl 'ment, let
loose pandem iium,distress ihe
already too poor inhabitants
while the gentleman who
"wants to b" Comuiissi 'tier *
bits in the offic: too foolish to
know that a 1 \v against obeali
exists but not too modest to
jingle the title which in a mo-
ment of aber ation somebody
r icommended him 'o and which
hr carries with as much dignity
as tin-Ass in "Esop's Fables'<
did the Lions skin. The bray is!
never confun< id with the roar
bray h i never so loudly.
la concluding we beg to re |
mii:d ''Pessimist" that we are
well aware of his identity aid
thai in attacki m. an immeasur-
ably better in.i than tlie whole
Ran*? of wh h ie has constitu-
ted himself |)i Captain, he is
only working a mischief to him-
Bell like liie'ii ,' in tllC I- ,ll>ls'
who filled .. it fiiUe pride tried
to blow himse as large as tin-
Hull and i- .i >risequeuce came
to grief Verbum Sabientibui
Yours, CHURCHMAN SOBER
Rditor "Tribune"
D ar Sir:
Why do yi i think certain
leaders of '.he i lurches are so in-
terested in Ma -ti nil m liters,
Should not the) feed their
Hoclc and trv t'> win souls for
C rist ?
1 heir very igh Educational
abilities shollh make then gent-
lemanly and n a indulge in siv h
rash language as calling the late
acting Commissions of Arthurs
Town Districl in egregious ass,
Courtesy a id g od manners
are before a ha idsome fur and
education.
The itr'ong should help Ihe
m eak.
A true Christian man would
never wound another's feeling
so deeply.
1 think the Commissioner of
Arthur's Town District must
have recommended for the posi
tion of J. P. whom it best suited
Rev. gentlemen should attend
to their churches and not try to
add J. I's to Revs.
Respecting obcahivm I don't
know anything about it but I
would le1 pleased if the author
of that rich piece of literature
signed "ReS'dent'' and lives
between Arthurs Town and Ihe I
Right would write something
about it
I hav<' it visited Oil LI ind
my native land for the last four-
teen vens and I must say great
Scholars have arisen there- dur-
ing that time. Such aggrandise
ment would be very good were
it beneficial to the community.
The quoting; of Latin phrases
and writing of high style liters
ture is no benefit to our people!
if it be used as this is going n.
\lei. who can boast of Coll ge
education should be an
example to those who oily:
had elementary training, The
staff nf Teachers under the Bond
of Education are termed ignor-
amuses and greenhorns by these
wondi rful Critics, then the
Hoard of Education along with
the lite Insoecio' and era! Superintendent of Schools
were no use to the Colony to al-
low such men to tutor the
future men and women of the
Colony.
THE UNEDUCATED MAN
OF rHE SOUTHERN ISLAND
Kemp's Bay, Androa
NOV. 28, KM j
The Editor Tribune
Dear Sir,
(in Sunday, 2 3rd inst. the Rev.
J. W. Roberts Being present,on
his annual visit, the Sunday
School at this place made .1 un
ique show in rendering a pro
gramme, which consisted of
Strict I) I end pieces.
I he Superintendent of this
School, Miss J. A. Rodgers, cer-
tainly deserves credit for h thusiasm in getting up such an
alia ire pro Deo et ecclesia, and
the children cannot be compli
mented too highly for the pleas-
ing wav in which they sang and
recited.
At S oVloc k, a.m. 2fj111 inst.,
a large congregation assembled
on the proposed site of a new
Church to be built at this place,
to witness the I.is in", ot the Cor
tier stone which was foimerly
done by Rev. J. W. Roberts.
Among those present was the
Public School Tend er, Mr. A.
Smith, who spoke very encour-
nginglv to those responsible lor
the erection of the building.
If the energy of the inhabi
rants of this "settlement can be
depended upon this building
promises to be a very spacious
and magnificent one.
Thanking you for space
Yours truly SPECTATOR.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday Dec. 5th
An Evening with
Sherlock Holmes
I laving tecu ed considerable
extra expense the following
stoni s by Sherlock I lolmes
The Beryl Coronet
IN TWO PART
Ry gite Squires
IN rWO PARTS
Produced by the Union Feature
Co. under the personal super-
vision of Sir Arthur Const]
Doyle
An extra Ueel of j
Wild Animals lor the young
I HROUGH THE ZOO
Doors open ?:i j. Commence 8
o.clock
Prii : is 3d., is., Galler) fid.
LOST
AQOLD Lock< t with Mono-
;i mi Findet Please Return
to I'ribuiie Office -oid in- iv<
Reward.
CABLEGRAMS
l > ember 4th 1913
W ishingtoti, 1. In addition
to recommendation of a naval
building programme which
ShoWSthat he isn > "One battle-
ship in.in" Secretary Daniels
embodies in Ins first annual re-
p ut tie: important proposal that
1 lie United States government
acquire and operate oil wells an 1
reli.ie its own oil in order that
the fleet of the future shall be
plentifully supplied with oil
fuel
Two dreadnoughts, eight de
stroyers and three submarines
constitute the secretary's build
illg programme for next year.
London, a.The London
opera House, erected by I lam
niersleiu again bat been closed,
and it is to remain closed until
further notice.
London, 2. It has just be
come known that the Duke of
Connaught Ins lost a quantity
of valuable jewelry from his
residence here.
It is not stated whether the
properly is supposed to have
been lost or stolen or ii*n it
was first missed.
Juarez, 2. deneral llilla said
today that N'orthern Mexi-
co, embracing the states of So
nora, Chihuahua, Coahuilo and
Nueva Leon and Tamaulipas
would be wholly under the au-
thority of the reb I forces with-
in two weeks.
The forces then will concen-
trate atUuadlaj ita with a ie\v
of 111 irchillg on Mexico City.
Loud .11, 2.The London
Times says encouraging pro-
gress is being made in the move
ment to induce the British gov-
ernment .to reconsider its atti-
tude toward the San Francisco
Exposition.
"Conferences held between
members {of the British Com-
mittee initiated by Sir Thomas
Lipton" show that the Board of
Trade is inclined to support a
scheme whereby the treasury
would make a grant of 500.000
toward an official British exhi-
bit.
London, 2.lady Darwin is
trying to introduce women
policemen into England Jaud a
motion lor their appointment
probably will come before the
Cambridge authorities tomor-
row.
Loud,in, 2.Two commis-
sions, one international and the
other English in organization,
soon w ill begin a series ol inves-
tigation! in the '.hope of being
able to codify the various natu-
ral laws which are believed by
scientists to govern wireless tel-
egraphy.
The English commission will
dev >te its investigations to the
qualitative phasesoftha prob-
lems while the other organiza-
ti in will study the quantitative
aspects of the question.
Dublin, 2 Militant suffra-
gettes outwitted the police
today and held a demonstrations
outside Mount Joy Prison, where
Mr. Skeffingtou, who was sen
teuced to seven days imprison
ment for interference during the
visit of A. Bonat Law, is confi-
ned.
Calendars
AND GREETING FOLDER*
Wllll
Vlt-'.Ws OK NA^ftAU
SANDS'VvUDIO
and
DIOCESAN BOOK STORE.


l'HE T K I D I) Ml
American manufacturers thiough
the operation of the piotective
tariff.
Another result of the artificial
Stimulation of manufacturing in ;
Canada is seen in movement away
from the farms in the older pro
vinces. Canada even in this early
Stage -if its national development
is suffering from congestion and
slums in the cities and a well
marked tendency to desert the
country for the tcwn which must
!>e reckoned as pail "I the pries she
is paying fur her industrial expan-
sion.
B
NOTICE (Special)
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
No. 0 Flour at I cts. lb.
I Laurel Mrand
> II). foi 7 els.
1 and Storm King
Brand at :i cts. |h.
White Granulated Sugar 4 lbs.
_'l cis. Brown Crystallized
Sugar al ."> cts. lb.
A hove Stock just Ueceived
per s s. "Vigilancia"
Good Quality and Fresh.
And Itst but not least
HP Pure Jamaica Rum
At ios. Per Gallon
"Call early"
J. I.. SAUN1)KRS& Co.
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN' extra Large assortment .f
I lolid.iy Cakes and Candies
dncci from the Factory such as
Rainbow Mixed
I )ur Dai ling
Dixie Plantation
Our Hobby and 25 other different
Mixed Cakes at tacts per lb Mixed
Candies at 18 cts per lb Also the
following Cakes in Packages al 6
cis. Raisin Cookies,O, U. Pies ind
Lunch Uis.ru 1 is. These areune ed in <|n ility,
ATTOOTE'S
W. a. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and the Public that lie has
just received a complatt out til of
facilities foi 1 lie business ol an un-
dertaker, which places him in m
position 1 1 carry out Funerals Ilia I
in.iy be entrusted to Ins care with
s\stem and despatch ; anil respect
lully Ollcitl their p.ilron.-i,; del
hoi I'nc-fs fust nnd prove thai tlie>
nrr- the very lowest for first claM
w oik.
THE TIGER
is one of the most destructive of animals, and is
a source of much danger to life.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but
it is a source of destruction to all dirt and unclean-
liness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger
in a single night, cannot
be compared to the amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior soap in a single
wash-day. Sunlight Soap
is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your clothes,
time, money, and labour.
TRY IT.
r r. a i
\
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try om and be convince of
its excellent quality.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shi ngles at f<).6oper thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
50 >m shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5111. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
NOT!CE
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil. CCS <". .--
01.INK. Sold in qunniiiies
ol One Gallon and upw.nds fi
one shilling a gallon.
Drums <>f ,s tjalltrna at 21 cents
1 I* I Ion, Bunjert to return wl*n
empty.
I liesM! special fftuws do a wax
with il'i- necessity il buying a
Morale lank.
C C. SOUNDERS.
Nov. If), Itjlj.
I
LOsT
AST Week -A ('.oh Wishbone
, Brooch Reward.
Apply
" Tribune" Olfice.
M) I lt.h
Trills is to remind Public the
1 of the (II I Stand i\'. S. Elliot's
Joiner Shop East li.iy Mieet,
wliicli it now undei I lie Manage-
ineni of
I \M! S \. EVANS
CON I R Vt II >K AND JOINER
I hind made Coffins of every des-
cription. I nni prepared in ajv<
you ps elteni "oik. Best ol refer
in es. For turning eic, see us, Wi
guarantee in satisfy you >mil ;iri
confident tli.it we can suit vol.
THE WORLD'S JJUGDMF.NT
makes powerful the name
STANDARD E:NCINE.
.loyd's Register shows this
the power of the majority.
Dai U of the Standard
guarantee is the Stan-
dard Motor Construc-
tion Co, 171 Pine st.,
Jer^y Cits, X. J.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nassau, V P.
Agent for the Bahamas.
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLIAMS
THE SMOEMAN
Has just leceived a
large consignment of
Moots and Shoes most
of which iire
SAMPLE LOTS
of 1, 2 and 3 pairs of a
brand and style in all si/es
which aie heing sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
In many instances the discount is
not le's than
20 per cent on the
REGULAR PRICES
Call to day and convince your
self that this is another lot of
those Exceptional Bargains
which is every now and then
offered at
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL
SHOP. ESTABLISHMENT.
277, 279 Bay-stieet,
NOTICE!
Gasoline
SI \\D\R1) Oil CVsGasolene
sold iii quantities ol 5 gallons
and upward foi one shilling per
ga lion Hi (i 0 IgS
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties,
Di urns may he had with "drum
lots,' object to return when empty
Ren the Fifth Cnri sold at
$1175, less 10 per cent aisS
count f. o. I), factory,
Reo Cars also for Hire.
Bicycles rented fur 10s. a week.
Auto nnbile and bicyt le supplies
kept in stock. Cylinder oil and
Auto Grease a specialty.
Can even sell you a very conve-
nient Storage dm n with f.uirit to
keep gasoline. Come and see
tin-in.
Apply to
J. P. SIMMS.
i; Market Street
Nov. 18, I'd3.
NOTICE
Uril \T about that
PAN WI A IIA I" of yours
It wants cleaning. Polishing and
Blocking, and nowhere in this City
.-an you ge| it done hut at
THOMAS E. NABRIE,
and at a very moderate prices
Doesn't matter how \>,\A a condition
it may be in it can he made as
Rood '- new, "i h iier. Remember
he is ai
S'ji l'a> Street
A
FOUND.
SE I of Upper False Teeth
Apply
"Tribune Office


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