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I H li I K 1 B U N'-. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given tliat the Commissioners appointed under The Commissions of Kjiquiry Act, iqn.on the 24th of November 1913, to make dilligent and full enqunv into and to report on the adequacy or otherwise of the existing Acts of Russian Revolution" who was sen fenced to life exile in Siberia in 1910 because she would not plead for clemency of the Czar today tried to escape. The attempt proved a failure. Denever Colora '0,9.—From the the Colonv.and laws regulating itsi mountains come reports of men and roasting and international tra.ie between the Colony and foreign ports, and further into the conditions under which such trade is carried on, and the provisions made and measures adopted for the safety and proper accommodation of pissengers and their baggage, and the crews and cargo carried by any such vessels engaged in such trade, and generally into all matters incidental to such conditions and provisions, and make such sugges tions as may be deemed ndvisnh'e with reference to legislation affect ing these milters, and to the adoption of mea r ures for securing the safety and proper accommodation of passengers and crews, and the baggage and cargo carried by vessels engaged in such tradp, propose to commence their sittings on Thursday the eleventh dav of December 1913. All peisonswhode sire to give evidence touching anv women frozen to death, and of others starving. In Denver forty bodies, victims of exposure in many cases, in others, old age and disease lie onburied in homes. Thus far it has been impossible for un dertakeis Of hearses to go to the outlying districts of the city. It was announced tonight that there would not be a funeral in Denver for ten days. Concord, \\ H 9—Harry Thaw has been refused bail until decision as to his sanity is reached. New York. 9. —Closing quotations on Mock Exchange today: — Amal. Copper 69'; HilO 92 I: Canadian Pacific 325 |; "*t. Paul 98 I N'ew York Central 91 }j penna. 198J: Reading i(>3; Southern Pacific 86} Union Pacific 152 j; Steel 58 '. Washington, 9.—Weather condi. matters or questions referred toi tions at 8 P. m, tonight at followtlie Commissioners, are requested to send their names and addresses to the undersigned, the President of the Commission, or to Miss Mabel R. Stevenson, Secretary of the Commission at the Chambers of the Attorney Gentral, Publi< Buildings, Nassau. F. C. WELLS-DURRANI President ing points; Nantucket Barometer Wind N. W. 13 mil. s Atlantic City 3036 N W. II Mteras 30 38 N. W. Charleston 3048 N. W. Key West 30.22 E Pensicola 3. 4N. ''• 3". 24 8 18 8 13 13. London, 9— My 13 points to three Cambridge defeated Oxford in annual Rugby football match today, Shelhwille, Imb ma Wm B. Craig, Dean of 9.-Dr. Indiana BY RADIO I'ELEuKAPH. December 10th 1911. Washington, 9. — The most interesting reco nmendation contain-I ed in the Attorney Generals annuv *l"ary Co lege was acquitted al report is for the enactment 0 f '"day of the Charge of murdering law winch will result Jin elimina Jl p ''"* Knabe in her apartments ting from the federal bench, below I i n Indianapolii on October 93rd, the supreme cmiit, -ill judges who "•'' have reached 80 years, Washington, D, -President Wil sons charge of "Insiduous Lobby ing" in congress are partially sustained in the court of special lobby investigations submitted to the I house today. London, 9.—Settlemen' out of court today ended the libel suit of Grand Puke Moris of Russia against the Frank \. Munsev Company. The suit grew out < I an account of the Grand Dukes part in the Japanese Russian war. Mew York, 9 Governor Tener, of Pennsylvania, was formally el ected Pneirfent of ihe Nations Baseball I eague today. St. Peteroburg, 9 -Mm, BreshUovtWaya "Grandmother of the London, Q,—Mr* Pinkliurst left for Pans today She WAS Carried Ofl a stretcher from ambulance to lit • train. The police made no effort to stop her. Dublin, 9. — The stnke of teamsters and ilockworkers wh'ch seriously crippled shipping here since August was settled today. Pans, 9.—Minister of Finance Call and today announced tempo, ruily abandonment of proposed big army loan. For the present he willissue trust bonds and in February will submit a new loan to the chambei. \'w Vrlt, Q ._ Che Red D. line s'eamei Zuljfl sank early tins morning ofl Red Hook while being towed to Uobbins drydock. Late yesterrDy afternoon an engines') ift weighing several tons was being hoisted aboard the Zuli 1, it slipped through its tasings and plunged through the ships bottom. Dec. 9th 1913. New York, 8 The police are searching for two girls who disappeared mysteriously last week. One is Jessie McCann a social worker, daughter of a member of the wholesale grocery firm of Austin Nicholls and Company, the other is Mabel Vera Moulton, a salesgirl in a Brooklyn department store. It is believed they are the victims of white slavers, i Rome, 8.—Deputy Gamboretta was wounded in the forearm! to day in a duel with Deputy Guiseppe de Felice Bifnoaa. Now York, 8.-.Jhe mystery surrounding the reported rescue of I';; passengers from a burning ship, supp jfd to be the Malloryj line freighter Rio Grande was not cleared up late this after noon. Ma I lory Line officials sav the Rio Grande carries tn> pattengert. She is proceeding to Brunswick Georgia. IMPERIAL THEATRE Wednesday, Dec. 10 ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW The Ninth Commandment The Angel of the Studios Girl from the Country The Sheriffs Reward Doors open 7:15. Commence 8 E Excursion X 'Trances E." Sails for Harbour hid. FRIDAY 10 p. m. Leaving Harbour Island 3 l>. m. Sunday Round trip Ten shillings No Reduction oi Children Tickets and particulars at Offi ce, "Frant es !•'.." 4<>2 hay Street, East ~~sfrANLREWS CHURCH Bazaar W ILL he held iii St. Andrew's Mail on Thursday, nth inst A large as^ortsneni id Household Linen and inexpensive hmdkerchiefs, Fancy articles, Plants and Confectionery will be oftWed for sale. TEA CAKE AND CRKAM The Rettaurani will open at 6 o'clock Patrons sending for supper will,, kindly send plates. Doors open al 4 p, m. Admission : 60. Children half price o'clock. Prices 6d. 91I is. ANNA I-:.RA Proprietress OI The Vogue, "Au Bon Marche Stores'] and Bijou MAS (ioo.ls.and XmW present > in endlAi variety. A call at any one of the three Stores will satisfy as convince the most fastidio Another advertisement wB prove the one, FREoH JUST ARRIVED A N extra l.aryi assortment |fi)f Holid iy l aki s and Candfii dlieCt fiom the I'.ictory such as Rainbow Mixed t > 11 r I 11 11111; Dixie Plantation Our I lobby and 25 other Mixed Cakes BI IJ its per Candies at t8 cts per lb following Cakes in I'.iik cis Raisin Cookies,O, IJ. Lunch Itfsruitt. these are ed in quality. A I I differefi lb Mixfl. \lso 1I1*' ayes afl Pir-saMI unrqufl* GOT Iff, 2\CHARI\S BARROW.* SI40EMAK1 R D ESIRES to inform Ins Palro] and the Public that he iJ temoved 'urn Shirley Street, nej "Kellv's Bakery," to Jhe~ Marl Range, City Market, rear Gtoceiy Store of Mr. Son Ra| where he is prepared to serve tlif as prop ptly and as emciently as the past.



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Nvillivis addictus |urirc in verba matflstrl. Being bound to iwe&r to the Dogmas if no Master. VOL. XI. Nuitu, N. P.. Bahamas, Wednesday. December I >. 191 > No. 17 LEON lM 1)1 I' ( II. r MTOI fcNI> Paul % I OKKICi %  -,x .,, IfABKRT STREW .ii N. I'., bA HAM AH. ,'. u Bo* II PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, .Veilnesilnv an.! Fii.lay — pj ... ... Jl FiMtdat !'•! %  MI;IV an.' Sitnrdar— l '••>!> Ill Weekly ... .. 4 J.I '"''I'll I % ... .. I4<1 | i I'e11) ... ... .!> %  rfalfYearli tTeai v ... ... ii.s I'AYAl'.l.iIN' ADVANCI Idvi itiaing Rail %  pet liui lot fnM iniartii n, Ihraa | ence. pet litii f tinillness of the Honourable ihe Speaker, the Garden Prly nt Government House will n"i lake place tomorrow 1. I. Spe. Prfi I lie "Proi 'dent" Ten! No, (). ol Rechabites *tter*ded ., ial Service, ai Si. Andrew* lyti n MI t hurch .11 half pact f ( yean iday Bfiernoon, in celehiation (il its jisi anniversary. I lie lent prereeded by ft band, of music marchi d in procession in the I iinnli. Hie service was conducted by the Pastor, the Rev, S, I Bennetl 1 Busted IN ti.. Wev, il. A. Poietiet Paslot .if St. loliui Baptist Church, nrd -1 member <>' ibe I. nt, who read the l. ssotn from feremi 1I1 (5th < Imp, and 1. nlossians Ch ip, rei |i '.-t ively, I he Re*. Mr, Bennett selected a passage fromCol. jr.li, 34V, "Ye serve 1 lie I nrd Chi isi." He prefaced hisermon by my. ii".' that he Ii id chosen the p its ratl et as H .1 oil 1 < %  their sot let;. and a ili<>n L' iit win. ii they might c iny into then darly lives, than at i text in Hie usual s.use, II" dwell up HI tinnecessity of ihr DrinS Traffic being opposed by ev*exyl %  •up. r 1 nee rnai and woman w iili Htklbrir might ini.smucli us the law wo* its strong supporter •nd ilieii mii-t powerful mil igonist, I ir wita 1; ad 10 have the opportunity of addressing theii Society and ve his reasons for so doing. Ha was a I Ml a'iMaiiier hintSI If, though not connected with a kinorganization and lie had alii e 1 one, Alcohol had no attractions [01 him, an inheritance in MI! From his parents. He abstained from principle also, fur the f ithers I le would not rate to leave this world, knowing I hut he had ever sel an ea mi pie of sin. ful* indulgence, lie believed that their pledge was to abstain fmm I le would like to sei itan ed from in evriy form, lb' referred to the in* j power of the habit of drinking and mentione I 1 he rase <-f a personal College friend who in manhood had been his advisei and con pan ion, and who graduwith In n ins aii the cal Puifessfon, but who Intie I y iii 1 le > ieldi d t<> the fatal cup until,} in the prime of manhood, he paid the pennltly with Ins life. He addressed himself to those present win, wen parents; and pointed out the absolute necccssily for their practising the virtue of abs'ainence ii m Mi oh l as also if other vir lues; how thai it was accon pani. thrift, and that he was glad that their Ordei was also a henefi. ciarj %  ne to its mem lets, I le menIioned in forcible words, the evils of intemperance; ns loss to Greet Hut 1111 in population, and the cost of maintaining public institutions < n ,111 mini oi it 1 le urged Ihem 10 continue m the good woil in which tbej were engaged remembering the motto, an.i as Chrisi himself Ii. d all fin the human race so ought the) loo to make sacrifice fur others, remembering the woids of the motto which he had given to 1 hem, "Ye serve the I.mil Christ." I her..on'1 be n %  divergence of 1 pinion nn thechnractei of ihe sermon. It rang true throughout and wM a ptactiral temperance seimon I' w s listened to with intense inleresi by thesociety and we feel assured could not fail t" be telpful to ils iremhers. It is a grard thing for a man to have the courage "f his convictions and to let them ri• 1 f out as the hammer on the anvil. &f T he Recbabite pledge is "Abetia ill intoxicating liquors' —except in religious ordinant.•' %  or when pi escribed and furnished by a legally qualified nedical practitioner during sickness which renders one inc-ip ible of follow ing any employment. The \l iii Steamer "Vigil sneia" arrived in New York at n a.m Monday, Cargo shipped per Mail Steamer "Vigilancia' for New Vork 5th Deer. 1913, 519 bales sponge, 341 bales Refuse Sponge, 15 bales Sponge, clippings, 68.) hales Sisal, 25 bales Sisal waste, 1 CASCI Turtle shell, 103 bblsShellsand Shell lips, 9} ions Lignumvitae, tobblsBark, 64 biles Bark, 2470 c ises Canned pineapples, 6.5 packages old mtal, 11 hales Junk, 5 ( )7 bogse (irape fruit, 505 boxes Oranges, 149 crates T01 a' i's, <| empty (jas drums, 4 hhls Foliage, 10 hags Sea food. The Sclir. "Fearless" arrived on Sunday night from Miami with lumber and shingles, and the fol low in;; p issengers, M.'sd.inus Marv Cartwright, Emily Young, Rosa AM a lev, Adiiana Pratt and Lauretta Wil liams, Messrs. Benjamin Deal, William Deal Merman Morce, George Young, Prince Thompson, Isaiah Johnson, Edward Bain, and Harrington Newbr.ld (13.) Yesterday, Elizabeth Sin Is, was arraigned in the Magistrates Court, on the charge of Concealment of the birth of a child, and remanded pending the verdict of a Coroners jury which sat yesterday and today in inquisition as to the death of %  child Ihe remains of which were found in the neecessarv, on the premises' of Einmaline Jackson, New Road. We endeistand that the Southern Mail and passenger setvice per S. S. "Miami" will begin on the 2nd January next, arriving here at g am an I leaving at 3 polo. Miami.


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Nvillivis addictus |urirc in verba matflstrl.
Being bound to iwe&r to the Dogmas if no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nuitu, N. P.. Bahamas, Wednesday. December I >. 191 >
No. 17
LEON l- M 1)1 I' ( II.
r MTOI fcNI> Paul ? I
OKKICi -,x .,, IfABKRT STREW
.ii N. I'., bA HAM AH.
,'. u Bo* II
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, .Veilnesilnv an.! Fii.lay
pj ... ... Jl
FiMtdat !'! mI;iv an.' Sitnrdar
l '>!> ...... Ill
Weekly ... .. 4j.i
'"''I'll I % ... .. I- 4<1
| i I'e11) ... ... .!>.
rfalfYearli
tTeai v ... ... ii.s
I'AYAl'.l.i- IN' ADVANCI
Idvi itiaing Rail ' pet liui
lot fnM iniartii n, Ihraa | ence. pet litii
f line For oil i i i iowrl
Adi ti mi'ii't Bight Una* 4$.
Owing t'> tin- illness of the Hon-
ourable ihe Speaker, the Garden
Prly nt Government House will
n"i lake place tomorrow
1. I.
Spe.
Prfi
I lie "Proi 'dent" Ten! No,
(). ol Rechabites *tter*ded .,
- ial Service, ai Si. Andrew*
lyti n mi t hurch .11 half pact f(
yean iday Bfiernoon, in celehiation
(il its jisi anniversary.
I lie lent prereeded by ft band,
of music marchi d in procession in
the I iinnli.
Hie service was conducted by
the Pastor, the Rev, S, I Bennetl
1 Busted In ti.. Wev, il. A. Poietiet
Paslot .if St. loliui Baptist Church,
nrd -1 member <>' ibe I. nt, who
read the l. ssotn from feremi 1I1 (5th
< Imp, and 1. nlossians Ch ip, rei
|i '.-t ively,
I he Re*. Mr, Bennett selected a
passage fromCol. jr.li, 34V, "Ye
serve 1 lie I nrd Chi isi."
He prefaced hi- sermon by my.
ii".' that he Ii id chosen the p its
ratl et as h .1 oil 1 and a ili<>nl'iit win. ii they might
c iny into then darly lives, than at
i text in Hie usual s.use,
II" dwell up hi tin- necessity of
ihr DrinS Traffic being opposed by
ev*exyl .up. r 1 nee rnai and woman
w iili Htklbrir might ini.smucli us
the law wo* its strong supporter
nd ilieii mii-t powerful mil igonist,
I ir wita 1; ad 10 have the opportu-
nity of addressing theii Society and
ve his reasons for so doing. Ha
was a I Ml a'iMaiiier hintSI If,
though not connected with a kin-
organization and lie had al-
ii e 1 one, Alcohol had no at-
tractions [01 him, an inheritance
in mi! From his parents. He abs-
tained from principle also, fur the
f ithers I le would not rate
to leave this world, knowing I hut
he had ever sel an ea mi pie of sin.
ful* indulgence, lie believed that
their pledge was to abstain fmm
I le would
like to sei itan ed from in
evriy form, lb' referred to the in*
j power of the habit of
drinking and mentione I 1 he rase <-f
a personal College friend who in
manhood had been his advis-
ei and con pan ion, and who gradu-
with In n ins aii the
cal Puifessfon, but who Intie
I y iii 1 le > ieldi d t<> the fatal cup
until,} in the prime of manhood, he
paid the pennltly with Ins life. He
addressed himself to those present
win, wen parents; and pointed out
the absolute necccssily for their
practising the virtue of abs'ainence
ii m Mi oh l as also if other vir
lues; how thai it was accon pani-
. thrift, and that he was glad
that their Ordei was also a henefi.
ciarj ne to its mem lets, I le men-
Iioned in forcible words, the evils of
intemperance; ns loss to Greet
Hut 1111 in population, and the cost
of maintaining public institutions
< n ,111 mini oi it 1 le urged Ihem 10
continue m the good woil in which
tbej were engaged remembering
the motto, an.i as Chrisi himself
Ii. d all fin the human race so
ought the) loo to make sacrifice
fur others, remembering the woids
of the motto which he had given
to 1 hem, "Ye serve the I.mil Christ."
I her.- .on'1 be n divergence of
1 pinion nn thechnractei of ihe ser-
mon.
It rang true throughout and wM
a ptactiral temperance seimon I'
w s listened to with intense in-
leresi by thesociety and we feel
assured could not fail t" be telp-
ful to ils iremhers. It is a grard
thing for a man to have the cour-
age "f his convictions and to let
them ri 1 f out as the hammer on
the anvil.
?The Recbabite pledge is "Abeti-
a ill intoxicating liquors'
except in religious ordinant.'.
or when pi escribed and furnished
by a legally qualified nedical
practitioner during sickness which
renders one inc-ip ible of follow ing
any employment.
The \l iii Steamer "Vigil sneia"
arrived in New York at n a.m
Monday,
Cargo shipped per Mail Steamer
"Vigilancia' for New Vork 5th
Deer. 1913,
519 bales sponge, 341
bales Refuse Sponge, 15 bales
Sponge, clippings, 68.) hales Sisal,
25 bales Sisal waste, 1 CASCI Turtle
shell, 103 bblsShellsand Shell lips,
9} ions Lignumvitae, tobblsBark,
64 biles Bark, 2470 c ises Canned
pineapples, 6.5 packages old mtal,
11 hales Junk, 5()7 bogse (irape
fruit, 505 boxes Oranges, 149 crates
T01 a' i's, <| empty (jas drums, 4
hhls Foliage, 10 hags Sea food.
The Sclir. "Fearless" arrived on
Sunday night from Miami with
lumber and shingles, and the fol
low in;; p issengers,
M.'sd.inus Marv Cartwright,
Emily Young, Rosa AM a lev,
Adiiana Pratt and Lauretta Wil
liams, Messrs. Benjamin Deal, Wil-
liam Deal Merman Morce, George
Young, Prince Thompson, Isaiah
Johnson, Edward Bain, and Harr-
ington Newbr.ld (13.)
Yesterday, Elizabeth Sin Is, was
arraigned in the Magistrates Court,
on the charge of Concealment of
the birth of a child, and remanded
pending the verdict of a Coroners
jury which sat yesterday and today
in inquisition as to the death of
child Ihe remains of which were
found in the neecessarv, on the
premises' of Einmaline Jackson,
New Road.
We endeistand that the Sou-
thern Mail and passenger setvice
per S. S. "Miami" will begin on
the 2nd January next, arriving
here at g am an I leaving at 3 po-
lo. Miami.


I H li I K 1 B U N'-.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tliat the
Commissioners appointed under
The Commissions of Kjiquiry Act,
iqn.on the 24th of November 1913,
to make dilligent and full enqunv
into and to report on the adequacy
or otherwise of the existing Acts of
Russian Revolution" who was sen
fenced to life exile in Siberia in
1910 because she would not plead
for clemency of the Czar today
tried to escape. The attempt prov-
ed a failure.
Denever Colora '0,9.From the
the Colonv.and laws regulating itsi mountains come reports of men and
roasting and international tra.ie
between the Colony and foreign
ports, and further into the condi-
tions under which such trade is
carried on, and the provisions made
and measures adopted for the safe-
ty and proper accommodation of
pissengers and their baggage, and
the crews and cargo carried by any
such vessels engaged in such trade,
and generally into all matters
incidental to such conditions and
provisions, and make such sugges
tions as may be deemed ndvisnh'e
with reference to legislation affect
ing these milters, and to the
adoption of mearures for securing
the safety and proper accommoda-
tion of passengers and crews, and
the baggage and cargo carried by
vessels engaged in such tradp, pro-
pose to commence their sittings on
Thursday the eleventh dav of De-
cember 1913. All peisonswhode
sire to give evidence touching anv
women frozen to death, and of
others starving. In Denver forty
bodies, victims of exposure in many
cases, in others, old age and dis-
ease lie onburied in homes. Thus
far it has been impossible for un
dertakeis Of hearses to go to the
outlying districts of the city. It
was announced tonight that there
would not be a funeral in Denver
for ten days.
Concord, \\ H 9Harry Thaw
has been refused bail until decision
as to his sanity is reached.
New York. 9. Closing quota-
tions on Mock Exchange today:
Amal. Copper 69'; HilO 92 I:
Canadian Pacific 325 |; "*t. Paul
98 I N'ew York Central 91 }j pen-
na. 198J: Reading i(>3; Southern
Pacific 86} Union Pacific 152 j;
Steel 58 '.
Washington, 9.Weather condi.
matters or questions referred toi tions at 8 P. m, tonight at follow-
tlie Commissioners, are requested
to send their names and addresses
to the undersigned, the President
of the Commission, or to Miss
Mabel R. Stevenson, Secretary of
the Commission at the Chambers
of the Attorney Gentral, Publi<
Buildings, Nassau.
F. C. WELLS-DURRANI
President
ing points;
Nantucket Barometer
Wind N. W. 13 mil. s
Atlantic City 3036 N W.
II Mteras 30 38 N. W.
Charleston 3048 N. W.
Key West 30.22 E
Pensicola 3. 4- N. ''
3". 24
8
18
8
13
13.
London, 9 My 13 points to
three Cambridge defeated Oxford
in annual Rugby football match
today,
Shelhwille, Imb ma
Wm B. Craig, Dean of
9.-Dr.
Indiana
BY RADIO I'ELEuKAPH.
December 10th 1911.
Washington, 9. The most in-
teresting reco nmendation contain-I
ed in the Attorney Generals annu- v*l"ary Co lege was acquitted
al report is for the enactment 0f '"day of the Charge of murdering
law winch will result Jin elimina Jlp''"* Knabe in her apartments
ting from the federal bench, below Iin Indianapolii on October 93rd,
the supreme cmiit, -ill judges who "''
have reached 80 years,
Washington, D, -President Wil
sons charge of "Insiduous Lobby
ing" in congress are partially sus-
tained in the court of special lobby
investigations submitted to the I
house today.
London, 9.Settlemen' out of
court today ended the libel suit of
Grand Puke Moris of Russia
against the Frank \. Munsev
Company. The suit grew out < I an
account of the Grand Dukes part
in the Japanese Russian war.
Mew York, 9 Governor Tener,
of Pennsylvania, was formally el
ected Pneirfent of ihe Nations
Baseball I eague today.
St. Peteroburg, 9 -Mm, Bresh-
UovtWaya "Grandmother of the
London, Q,Mr* Pinkliurst left
for Pans today She WAS Carried Ofl
a stretcher from ambulance to lit
train. The police made no effort to
stop her.
Dublin, 9. The stnke of team-
sters and ilockworkers wh'ch seri-
ously crippled shipping here since
August was settled today.
Pans, 9.Minister of Finance
Call and today announced tempo,
ruily abandonment of proposed
big army loan. For the present he
willissue trust bonds and in Feb-
ruary will submit a new loan to
the chambei.
\'w Vrlt, Q._ Che Red D. line
s'eamei Zuljfl sank early tins
morning ofl Red Hook while be-
ing towed to Uobbins drydock.
Late yesterrDy afternoon an en-
gines') ift weighing several tons
was being hoisted aboard the Zu-
li 1, it slipped through its tasings
and plunged through the ships
bottom.
Dec. 9th 1913.
New York, 8 The police are
searching for two girls who dis-
appeared mysteriously last week.
One is Jessie McCann a social
worker, daughter of a member of
the wholesale grocery firm of
Austin Nicholls and Company,
the other is Mabel Vera Moulton,
a salesgirl in a Brooklyn depart-
ment store. It is believed they
are the victims of white slavers, i
Rome, 8.Deputy Gamboret-
ta was wounded in the forearm!
to day in a duel with Deputy
Guiseppe de Felice Bifnoaa.
Now York, 8.-.Jhe mystery
surrounding the reported rescue
of I';; passengers from a burning
ship, supp jfd to be the Malloryj
line freighter Rio Grande was
not cleared up late this after
noon.
Ma I lory Line officials sav the '
Rio Grande carries tn> patten-
gert. She is proceeding to Bruns-
wick Georgia.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Wednesday, Dec. 10
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
The Ninth
Commandment
The Angel of the
Studios
Girl from the
Country
The Sheriffs
Reward
Doors open 7:15. Commence 8
E-
Excursion X
'Trances E."
Sails for
Harbour hid.
FRIDAY 10 p. m.
Leaving Harbour Island
3 l>. m. Sunday
Round trip Ten shillings
No Reduction oi Children
Tickets and particulars at
Offi ce, "Frant es !'.."
4<>2 hay Street, East
~~sfrANLREWS CHURCH-
Bazaar
WILL he held iii St. Andrew's
Mail on Thursday, nth inst
A large as^ortsneni id Household
Linen and inexpensive hmdker-
chiefs, Fancy articles, Plants and
Confectionery will be oftWed for
sale.
TEA CAKE AND CRKAM
The Rettaurani will open at
6 o'clock
Patrons sending for supper will,,
kindly send plates.
Doors open al 4 p, m.
Admission : 60. Children half price
o'clock.
Prices 6d. 91I is.
ANNA I-:.RA
Proprietress OI
The Vogue,
"Au Bon Marche Stores']
and Bijou
MAS (ioo.ls.and XmW
present> in endlAi
variety.
A call at any one of the
three Stores will satisfy as
convince the most fastidio
Another advertisement wB
prove the one,
FREoH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra l.aryi assortment |fi)f
Holid iy l aki s and Candfii
dlieCt fiom the I'.ictory such as
Rainbow Mixed
t > 11 r I 11 11111;
Dixie Plantation
Our I lobby and 25 other
Mixed Cakes bI ij its per
Candies at t8 cts per lb
following Cakes in I'.iik
cis Raisin Cookies,O, IJ.
Lunch Itfsruitt. these are
ed in quality.
A I I
differefi
lb Mixfl.
\lso 1I1*'
ayes afl
Pir-saMI
unrqufl*
GOT Iff,
2\CHARI\S BARROW.*
SI40EMAK1 R
DESIRES to inform Ins Palro]
and the Public that he iJ
temoved 'urn Shirley Street, nej
"Kellv's Bakery," to Jhe~ Marl
Range, City Market, rear
Gtoceiy Store of Mr. Son Ra|
where he is prepared to serve tlif
as prop ptly and as emciently as
the past.


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