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i illr i< i i: i! Nh CTe tribune Thiir-dvv. December II, 1915 \ mil. RELATING TO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. A c a refill study of this proI Mill reveals its character eing that of Repression and ubju {ation rather than tliat of Fosti ring or Promotingits ; attitude to the Friendly Society movement being almost hostile, though the limitations it seeks to impose. Section. 3 of the Act, designates, Societies which must be registered." In this it is discriminatory and Compulsory; if any why not all ? Why *must"l If it be desirable that 'the Odd Fellows should be n why not the Free Masons ? If the St. John's why not the St. An drews ? We fail to see any reason why any society should be Compelled to be registered if tin re was an\ advantage in being registered, why ihe_ societies themselvi wnild seek it ; but what do we find .Since 1835 wc have had an A< i for the Registration of Kriendh Soi it ties, and of the 138 BOCM ties reported in the Blue Book 1 n11 J, but la are register* and they do not 1 ties is not compulsor) Sun I might safety follow Kngland tinrespei t. By all means ifam Society desires to be regikti SO let it he, but 11 1 good end can be serv< 1 bj c pulsiou ; it 1iinu ise to lightly and line cessarily tamper with the lib 1 • ties of the Bubject. I in' iunds of th e :iei raised through the thrift I the members, and d the ncii did not sei ve them well, they A ould not continue to sw 1 II the membership and invest their 1 loney. Section 4. Fui ther emphasises tinspirit of Repression, w hen it provides th it "Rules must be approved by the Attorn*] < Sen era!" and this approval applies to the subscriptions and benefit. How, is the Attorney General an Actuaiv ? Section 9. Undertakes to limit | the age of membership and the duties of such membership; almost all societies to day have a nile membership, to whii h admission is obtained even at j birth; and some societies have very efficii nt Secretaries under 16 years of age this Act saw. They shall not. W lio is the bet• ter judge of its needs, the Si 1 ciety or the framer of tins Act %  who probably v as ne> er in a I Friend I ng tion 16 Is desiru -iive in character. In all tin the most efficient officers arc • duth s 'i business would p iv ( -hide their complying with tinrequirements 1 if tins u hich would mean thai 1 eties would lose the s< 1 1 of these men by their refusi 1 • 111 <• 0 under such Conditions S ime <>f these sociel 1 s arc bram hi a ol Orders that are National .a\.\ International an I hav it< 'turns to rn to the Superior brunch, to •, !u -|, this Acl would add additional labour by Returns to the I 1 ol Fi iendl) Societies I Inwork as new ,|. me is m the spirit of Fraternity, largely at the com e nienre 1 if the officers, at night when their duties or busim 1done, w In ive litt! %  more than nothing ; these re turns to the Supei ior brati : 1 1 of th itesl on t > the Society ; w hen to this is addi %  Ri turns HI ordiug to the Act entailing dan Hen 1 leisurely officials it is' man must suffer, as ll: 1 ould not afford the tune in business or working hoi sequ ntlj A 1 mid r< linquisii of. I to the loSS of I ly. The latti r 1 .HI ol Sub s c'tion I Sectio 1 16 implies t lat monies ol th 1 must be ki pi in the Post < >ffi< e savBank ; this is thrnlldom With a en.trailII an iudivnlu/.his at liberty to dep 'sit ins mofiey where he plea sh >ul I 1 numbei of individual collectively not have the same right.The.'i (he methods ol the P. 0. S. Ban some and M asti lul of time; a better rate of in can be ubl 1 ined elsew h ire. ()bj( ction must be taken to Se< I ion 18, whicli requires "Ueinunei.ition ol ( official \u titor by ths icieties," If the govern ment d %  sires to have these societies under its sion, why it should stand ihe cost. I li -u ^iiuieut iipplii s to Sub Section fb) Sect JI which makes it Compute try to use forms supplied by thi ernment al the ., cost. The S icieti • 1 are th • I %  of the pr bati period for Sick Aid. Some in it threi months, some twelve, somi make a period for half its, some h ive none al 1 Further, this probati wiarv p ted by Rules of 1 Order, and bran 1 s must con form 01 lose substantial adi a t ige. V\ 11.1 • good re s m can tlu lofl ...iiit 1 1. %  1 I 1 Socii eing nomina el f< 11 uneral 1 m fits %  S. membi 1 -, have 1 -I ui\ others liave relatives whom tl wish • > a\ oid. Why not ? S< 1 ti m 29 provides th? "he isurer &c. to be able t 1 lead and write" an | aU p ru %  { Ins offii e musi ri id and n rite bui a Trustei even a I'reasurer may lack tl acqu ts and yet m 1 • client officers, theii inlegril and rectitude being sufficient for the members, w ho in these %  %  also fin bettei ju I in the interest of the S ci %  i 1 in ,1 perfunctory offici il.Su 1 %  body of people might i : • 1 1 a matti i. The Motor "Fram 1 i E." left Miami tins ,\ M., u itll _'l pas. sengers and 2 ; Sacks, mail. I >ue to arrive here tomoi row, Friday, P. M. I'he ~ ; In "Admiral" arrived ttiis morning from Mi mo with Lumber, Shin M s and 1 >> n mine and the following p ng rs: Mis, |-1 .11 uce Ban t ; Mes dames Maud Chipmail and i;,f mi, Eunice I teveau 1 1 \i %  ;. Frances (.'nlffert 1 lelia I lumes, Frances I' pall, and Annie Thompson and infant Vli ssrsBei t J ilinsou, Mfred 'i /, .1. i Brown, / 1 k Coli br .ok-, U .ben Mitchell, Vdolphous Poitier, Albei t Wiley, Stanley Mortimore, Nathaniel .\i mroe, Willi > n l is -, Elm ire (iomez, George Poitier, < iilbei t N in 11, a:i I Jog oil Thui I '1 The Lighthouse Wmli-i Car1 n steamed tin's morning for the leeward lighth Nassau N. P 1 ith J)i 1913 To The Editor of the I'ribune. Dear Sir, Will j -a be iu lhrou'4 1 t 1 • me liu 11 of y >ur v du ible journal t 1 i.ivi m of the Ch 1 r 11 in -if the Board of Health ; C M. Q. and the Sanitary Iniect ir, to Ith) condition of the Public Watei cl %  I No. 2 n the East side of the Public II Id and let them a> if pin I indi\ idnals would be pei mtted to them in sui h a I xampli is bi tier Pi I am ONE WHO 1 ws I\ THE MAGISTRATES COURT 1 —John Mack*)' I. rrei of JI 1. value .' .I. from "Mo king 15. 1. 1 -1) ie ith, Fredk, I >u tain Using abu; inguage towards ConstaKelly while in the itioa of his duty 1 Phi I brook Roole. — I, l il I uigu ige in i \ s II, I \ Constable Johnson in ox 1 1 ss. or 1 2 (! P irl Roberts Throwing 5 to the dangi 1 and a n. wof pei son 1 in t ie stn l arah U die, and V\ Hi 1 al betting \ 11 4 1111a Whitehead Ra t > the view of pers MIS HI street 5s or 1. days. 1 I 1 • Nixon W iunding Remanded till 11 th hist. Win. I %  '. n I As.1 I'ntchard F ighting in street. Each lined IOS. Of 7 d iv-. Ethel Pintard "Ass tmbling with others f >r an idle i ui, on Hay Stn %  and refuling to move away W hen Ihen to oquired by a ^ousiabU—todays, I



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I II £ 1 R i 11 r i [olin and Francis Bethel—Breach Cattle Act each. \ nl ister Larceii) of an overcoat, < ilue 8s goods an 1 chattels il lanet Hans Remanded till i ith inst. [oseph Da> is I'nlau ful poj ion of one h ig containing i is. K. l. rea nably susp ed ol being n -Remanded till 13th inst. II \s DJSCOVI RY ENDED With tin' fin ling of n fast stretch <>f tat ithin the Ar< tic circle to thi >rth ol Siberia oomes the a IN ement that marks the at discover) of new land. It l> till.' III I • 11 < %  a vety belli % %  it ge >''' %  was credited wi tears because ii" ire worlds to nquer, am I iim < %  his day such incidents a ie discover; ol North and Soi AHUM ica, and %  •ill' i plai es %  • trans pi 11 I 11 IWI ver, it loo as though the gr iphers real werei ight tliis time, f"f how ev< much w i p| ... tin little I IOW n \\ ilds ol ica South Vmeri a, Asia a i I Australia, oui in reasrhg know ledge of tin >se pi mol eiil i %  boundar) h ie thai si paiati the Inn I from (h Jules \ ei ue w as a scientific man, and man I Ins fir linn stories "I submarine and BI i ial flight u Inch at the time they were pu wild dream s trii >us diction of what he beli would be .•.'•' o npliihed. As a mat!, r .'I fai t li lid live I i the submai n accept. I arm %  i| twu nai ies, an I It he U rights wi re well advai d toward sue i he Wi 'I I hi re n mams Ins Trip ti> tin; \l win. ii s lems absolutely impossible i .1 acconij >li~ i iirnt V th.'less there a i -< ieutihe men who dare to reach "it into >p I i hart a i to uthei worldi. < hie i i Hi se, \l. Ernest An ltdeacon, }w ho i inks among ; •the foremost authorities in Kranee on aviation, predicts nur present aviation machim s, which at bestcouid notencirch the earth in less than eight days, will be al. ai '. me I for air craft which will gii globe in es. "All the peopli the earth will then form a sole ami single nation." Man, inn I ial Ie in Ids ambition, is cont< mplating interpla netary flight, and M. Esnaull Pelterie believes rhe vehicle'will be a s ilf-propelled rocist t (Verae nn) with a speed of s mil ond, l m I'. is osti: mated to be suflii ieni \cl to CMW tin: projectile beyou i i the tone ol terresti ial attraci n At tins rati the [moon would be bed in less than ten hours assuming, ..f course, the vehicl \\ .is not mi Ited long befi ire b\ the heat generated in itterrifi. Ili^lu. Radium is suijyested KS poss i ..'. i. I of interplanetary flight, from our |>n sent view point seem course impossibh I lowevi i in M a-[ %  io J> ears in vi loping. Mr. A rend icon i mi convinced that in a tain num of all the pi el ill have m Ie ai quaintai ce w it i, arid I forsee th day u hen a WOl id's inti ; | lli tarj co i will be held II. II. \\ indsor, m the I e< i m Popular \j ban zine. NOTICE. Notice is hen by given that the C missioners appointed under the Commissions of I n quir) A< t, 1911, on the 341I1 of Novi 1 to make diligent and full enquiry into and to repoi t "ii the adequai y or othei \\ ise of the existing A. is of ti. I ny, and laws regulating its coasting and international trade between the Colo ny *iu\ foreign p irts, and fur ther into the con lil ions u id 1 which such trade is carried on, and the pro\ isions made and measures a I ipti I %  1 the s i\'-\\ and propi 1 1 C i idal ii HI ol -. ngi rs an I Iheii !• nl cargo 1 ii h\ any sui h vessel engaged in 1 1 trade, merally into all matters incidental t< 1 %  •Hi • : ..I I '!< i\ |s|c HIS, ,111 make such su i >ns as may be ed ad 1 ile with referenci to lji.it ion affecting th niattei i, and to I hint tiring the sa and proper aci 01 la t ion of is and crews, and the ;.(te and cai d !>• \ els in ,a_; %  I in BUCll trade. propose to commence theit sit tings on Thursday the eleventh day ol December 1913. All prisons \\ llO d.'-in to glV* r\ I dence toui Inn, anj matters 01 questions referred to the Com. missioners, are rei |ue a. .1 t.. send then n mi. s and addresses to the undersigned, the President of the Commission, <>r to Miss Mabel R. Stevenson, S< cretayr THE UNTIRING ENERGY of the WOLF is proverbial. Practically no energy is required where SUNLIGITOSOAP is employed. SUNLIGH I SOAP is energy itself*. The Wolf is tlie cnetnv of mankind; SUNLIGHT SOAP is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the housewife, and is made for her profit. To the housewife it means less labour, less dirt, more leisure, and time and money saved. SuNLIOHl SOAP does away with needJ less rubbing and scrubbing, ami so preserves the clothes. GIVE IT A TRIAL :i of the Ci nission at th Chambers of the Attornej < len eral, Public Buildings, Nassau F.C. VVELLS-DURRANT President. IMPERIAL THEATHE Friday, Dec. 12 Special 3 Reel Russian Feature Produced by the Great Northern Special Feature Film Co. "Through Trials to Victory" DR. AM A TIC PKR.SONAE "R10NA" Her P'nther, Her Mother, Rev. [os. Juel | \l mas uncle Mrs. .lea I his w if. Lieut. V. Pillten, I H nl. Seedorf. With Other Reels Doors open 7:1 5 Comment e s O'I lock. Pi ices 6d. '. I. is, See () I' l\ Special Line D| POR I'K \l I WORK fur 1 'Inistni.is. SANDS, Pliolngrapher, Bay-street, City R E A L Bargain AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHO: W ILLIAMS I HE 51101 \l w I las just o'i in 11I .1 large consignment "I Pools amiSh< M S most of u lm I. %  < 1 e SXMPLE LOTS i.f 1, J I.' I t pairs <>l ,1.1ml and st\ !e in all si? win h are I ei ng sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAI In main install) 1 I lie diSCOll not le-s than ni ..II ll.e REGt'L \R PRU ES Call tn il iv MI. 1 .' %  n\ ince j %  s.dl that tinianother lm tliiis,Exci ptional Barg."i which is eve y now and 1 offered al WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE IND RE I' SHOE I -I \-U-dlMIA 277, iv-sticet, Shingles Best No. 1 II' .m sin.Cyi 1 Shi ngles al $9 opei sand ol JO bundles 1 irscounts on \> its ol o\ : shingles. Special Pric also on rheapi r grades ,111. CA press at $6.; 2 \ thousand of JO bundles price made rSossible by H large purchase. Fresh btock arriving 1 \\. 1 k. C. C SAUNDEKS. f



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I li t I i< I li U NE Brunswick, Georgin, 10.— Mallory IniesteamerRioGrande arrived this morning. The capt tin reported that there was vo fire on borrd the vessel. The report sent out a few nights ago that t!ie ship was on fire was probably due to a fake wireless message sent out by some amateur. New York, 10.—Alfred H. Smith, for years vice president of the New York Central Railroad has been elected to the presidency of the road to succeed William C. Brown resigned. b Paris, 10.—Aviator Maurice Bebart was killed today while decending at Bordeaux. New York, to.— The date of marriage of Vincent Astorand Helene Dinsmore Huntington will be announced this evening. London, 10—Lieutenant Gerard Leigh of the First I.if.' Guards, and member of one of England's oldest families, was married today to Miss Helen Goudy, of Chicago. Vera Cruz. 10.—A force of four thousand Mexican revoke tionists are expected to attack Tampico at any moment. The American Consul has been warned of the intended at tack. The commander of tin: American squadron is prepared to give refuge on American war ships to all foreigners and to land marines if necessary. NOTICE! Gasoline STANDARD Oii Cos'.'.asolene w3 sold in quantities of 5 gallons %  nd upward for one shilling per galinn HI Garage. Bring a Vessel for small quantities. Drums may he had with "drum lots,'subject to return when empty Reo the Fifth Otis sold at $1175, less 10 per rent discount f. o. h. factory. Reo Cars also for Hire. Uicjcles 1 en ted f'.r ICS a Reek. Automobile and bicycle supplies kept in stock. Cylinder oil and Auto (irease a specially. Can even sell you a very convenient storage drum with faucit to keep gasoline. Come and see them. Apply tu J. P. SIMMS. 47 Market Street. Nov. 18, 1013. THE NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE Received by s. s Mansanillo this A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Dry Goods in extn fine White Cotion, Ladies' fine DreSS Goods in French Marquisette, Linenes, Poplins, etc. Girls and Men's Overcoats. Another Lot Wool Blankets. Ladies'and Childrens Sweaters, hr^e size Huck Towels at qd Diaper Cloth, Children's fine Silk Hats and Caps, Ribbons, Flowers. Fine White Satin and Marseilles Quilts, large size. A Line Lot Velvet Rbgs, Large Hor size Crex Rugs. PI;,in ilnn white glass Tumblers at 3d. Engraved ,, 4 d. Alargequant lyCroi kery, Vases, large and small lea Trays, Piclures, and lots of other goods. best and largest assortment of X\l tSTOYSA PRESENTS to he had at the above Store. A Isi 1 I leadquarlers for Furniture, M ittresses, Table and Bed Linen and I .ause Furnishing Goods. A. F. Moore. I ii c, 0, 1913. Maiket St. NOTICE (Special) AT THE ROYAL STORE. B EST No. 0 Flour HI 4 cU lb. „ „ 1 „ l.auiel Brand 2 lb. foi 7 eta, „ „ 1 and Storm King Brand nl : i en. lb. White Granulated Sugai 1 lbs •_'l cis. Biown Crystallized Sugar at .") cts. lb Above Stock just Received per s s. "Vigtlancia" Good Quality and I resll. And Teat bul not least l"a v Pure Jam.oca Rum Al 1 os. per Gallon "Call eai I \ J. L. SAUNDFRS & Co. J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCig'ar "Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of As excellent quality. Calendars AND GUFF I ING FOLDERS with VIEWS OF NASSAU at SANDS' STUDIO and DIOCESAN BOOK STORE. TOYS TOYS TOYS ENGLISH A NT"W assortment Christmas i\ I'ree Ornaments, is. jux, (."rick 1 Bits is. 104s. C'irket Sets is 6d. to js. R,milder Sets IS, Foot Balls 4s. and 6s. Fancy Rnbberdo. 6d. and is. Metal Soldiers. Tov Furniture, China, Tea Sets. A. B. C. Blocks, Bread Boards and Knives. CLOCK WORK TOYS Tick Tack to make children sleep is. 6d. Walking nun is. 6d. House Mud Sweeping |8. 6d I)mOing Man is. fcd. Musical Merry Go Round 2S. Large Motor Busses 2s. 199various small Mechanical Toys. • BASKETS BXSKETS Market, Mower, Work, Fancy Chip Baskets from 3d. to 3s. each. Life size Plush Animals ami large Rubber Dolls and Toys. BAZNAR DOLLS but not B W. \.\K Prices We are not having a Baa iar. so I Sent (or a few fine Dressed Doll*3*. to 8s. 50 doStfn asstd, D.es-ed Dolls moving eyes qd. to is. 6 1, Small Dressed Dolls 3d. to q I. Six 1 ent Toy Counter with 1000 6 cents ai tides AMERICAN TOYS 6 cents Toy Counter with 1000 6 cent Toys Squeaking Balloon* id. to 3d Wire Masks qd. to is. Paper masks id. to 6cl, Paper Caps and Pistols 2d. to 6 1. Whips, Top*, Marbels, Kitchen Sets, tubs and Pails, To) Stoves, Toy Furniture, Drawing Slate,, Paint BOMS, Drums, lam bounnea, Piano*. Carriages and Carts, nil siz s gd. to 6s. Velocipedes 8s. to 10s. HORNS. HORNS. Baby H nrns 21I and 3, Fog Horn 4 Moud) id. to i*.6d. We have 11 %  t room encugh to display our Toys, bul we hive just what you want and the cheapest al THE KNICK KNACK STORE 30 Market St. Excursion n Frances E. M Sails for Harbour hid. FRIDAY 10 p. m. Leaving Harbour Island 3 [). in. Sunday Round trip Ten shillings No Reduction on Children Tickets and particulars at Offi ce. "Frances E." 492 Bay Street, Easl ST. ANLREW'S CHVRCH Bazaar W II.I. be hel I in St. Andrew's I bill on riiuraday, nth inst A large assoruneni ol Household Linen and in--xpensive handker. chiefs, Fancy articles, Plant! and Cool sctionery will be offered for sale. IF A CAKE AND CREAM The Restaurant will open at 6 o'clock Patrons lending for supper will kindly send plates. Doors open at 4 p. m. Admission: 6d. Children half price NOTICE. T^HIS is to inform my Patrons 1 and the Public in General that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line ofGeneral repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially All work done Me< hanically. P. A. I'luvlrr, Bay Strr-t East (Wharf 1 ANNA E.RAE Proprletres Ol The Vogue, l 'Au Bon Marche Stores" and Bijou X M AS Goods and Xmas presents in endless variety. A call at any one of these three Stores will satisfy and convince the most fastidious. Another advertisement will prove the one. FRESH JUST ARRIVED A N extra Law assortment of Holiday I ales and Candies direct fiom the Factory such as Waiiih"W Mixed (>ur D.uling Dixie Plantation Our Hubby and 35Oilier different Mixed Cakes at 1 Jits per lb Mixed Candies t 18 cts per lb Also the foil iwing Takes in Pnckagea at 6 cts. Raisin Cookift,O, U. Pies and Lunch biscuits. These are unequal* ed in quality. AT TOOTE'S Z\CH ARIAS MARROW. SHOEMAKER D ESIRES to inform his Patrons and the Public thai he has removed bom Shirley Street, near "Kelly's Bakery," to the Market Range, City Market, rear of (iioceiy Store of Mr. Sam R*e, where lie is prepared to serve them as promptly and as efficiently as in the past.



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Nvilllvis riddle toa |\imre in verbs mnglstrl. Being bound to swear to the Dogmna if no Master. VOL. XI. N&siau, N. P.. BahMtins, Thursday. December II. 1913 No. is LEON R. H. DUPI CH, KlllTllB AND HlllfllllUl 3 (D 1 3 & >—• w CD 0) (A ST 0 CO OKKICK • 38 44 MAKKKT STKKKT Nassau N. P., BAHAMAS. P. (I. Ui.x I SI PUBLISHl'll) DAILY. Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy •• %  Ft Tuesday Thursday am! Saturday— single Cop) •• %  ••• '<' %  Veekly 4 iI loathly 1 1 4 1 >uarterly r'lalfYearlv f t* Traiiv ... ••• 6 PAYAM.F. IN ADVANCE. VIrartMn( Rates: Six pence per Im fur first insertion ; three pence per tin for second iattrtlon; and one | enny pe line foi subvip t-iii Insertion! Advertisements under sight lines 4s. COLDS IN TIIK HI.M) I'R 1. LEONARD lln 1., w lio h .s upset the prevalent theory regaiding vrn'il.ition, asserts th it Colds 111 1 lie bead are "aused by going nut into theeold air aftei having the nasal mucous membrane in fi-cted with baceria in a w.innai d peiliaps moist room, I If sajs: — I lie altered conditions seem lo us to lie such ;is may increase Ilt6 liability tn infection, In a warm, crowded room the swollen mucous membrane of the nose of an individual, covered %  % %  it is with thick secretion, will be massively infected with bacteria explosively sprayed out by the other occupants who sneeze, rough, and speak in the mm. On pass. ins out into the cold, misty, out side air, the blood-vessels constrict, and at the same time the nose is chilled by the greater conduction of heat, due to the cold particles of water in the inspired air. The defensive mechanisms of the blood the immunizing piopetties of the pi isma, the cleansing action of the cifiated epithelium, and the phagO cytic action of the white corpuscles are diminished by the low leinpeiature, while the pathogenic bactei 1a find a suitable nidus for their growth in the secretion at).1 tissue lymph of the swollen mucous membrane. The immunity to colds of those who live an openair life is wll known. Missive infection doer not occur, and so long as tiny are exposed to the fold outside air the mucous membrane, like the skin remains pale and taut, moistened with a s -t 1 ity secretion. "Apart from the general question of health and immunity, we believe it is the direct n.assi ve transmission of bacteria from one to another in arm, confined atmospheres, and the subsequent eXDOSUte to the cold, moist 11 which together contribute to the infection of the susceptible individu ils." He suggests that we can lessen Our liability to such infection by keeping the air of our rooms and crowded meetingplaces cool and moving. For the purpose he con siders a fan answers nearly as well as an open window. We have hardly been convirced on this point. I le advices radiant beat, such as from fireplaces rather than convection heat, as in rooms heated by pipe-, StQVe*, or hoi 111, the latter in.duly swelling the mucous membrane of the nore. Iii order to lessen the liability of mass infection, he would have those w ho mtisl cuich rr sneeze dosointo a dandkerchief, When speaking with one who has a cough, one mav protect himself from mass infection l>v holding a piper in front of the mouth and nose. We have not vet come to realize that colds are infectious just as measles tnd whoopinsi cough and Rtnall-poJC are infectious, and that bv means of a little cue those who nie susceptible may olten prevent i 11 fee 'ion. A considers! ion of this quotation will reconcile the seeming discre* p tncies between I'r. Roger's article, "Chilly Feeling!,'' in the November issue, and l)r llershberg's article, "What Are Common Colds?" EXPRCHB IN THE TROPICS The writer was teccntly present ing b-*f

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Publication Date: Thursday, December 11, 1913
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Nvilllvis riddle toa |\imre in verbs mnglstrl.
Being bound to swear to the Dogmna if no Master.
VOL. XI.
N&siau, N. P.. BahMtins, Thursday. December II. 1913
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Monday, Wednesday and Friday
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Tuesday Thursday am! Saturday
single Cop) '<'
Veekly .........4iI
loathly ......11 41'
>uarterly ...... r-
'lalfYearlv ......ft*
Traiiv ... '6'
PAYAM.F. IN ADVANCE.
VIrartMn( Rates: Six pence per Im
fur first insertion ; three pence per tin
for second iattrtlon; and one | enny pe
line foi subvip t-iii Insertion!
Advertisements under sight lines 4s.
COLDS IN TIIK HI.M)
I'r 1. Leonard lln 1., w lio h .s
upset the prevalent theory regaid-
ing vrn'il.ition, asserts th it Colds
111 1 lie bead are "aused by going
nut into theeold air aftei having
the nasal mucous membrane in
fi-cted with baceria in a w.innai d
peiliaps moist room, I If sajs:
" I lie altered conditions seem lo
us to lie such ;is may increase Ilt6
liability tn infection,
In a warm, crowded room the
swollen mucous membrane of the
nose of an individual, covered '
it is with thick secretion, will be
massively infected with bacteria
explosively sprayed out by the oth-
er occupants who sneeze, rough,
and speak in the mm. On pass.
ins out into the cold, misty, out
side air, the blood-vessels constrict,
and at the same time the nose is
chilled by the greater conduction
of heat, due to the cold particles
of water in the inspired air. The
defensive mechanisms of the blood
the immunizing piopetties of the
pi isma, the cleansing action of the
cifiated epithelium, and the phagO
cyticaction of the white corpuscles
are diminished by the low leinpei-
ature, while the pathogenic bactei
1a find a suitable nidus for their
growth in the secretion at).1 tissue
lymph of the swollen mucous mem-
brane. The immunity to colds of
those who live an openair life is
wll known. Missive infection
doer not occur, and so long as tiny
are exposed to the fold outside air
the mucous membrane, like the skin
remains pale and taut, moistened
with a s -t 1 ity secretion.
"Apart from the general question
of health and immunity, we believe
it is the direct n.assi ve transmission
of bacteria from one to another in
arm, confined atmospheres, and
the subsequent eXDOSUte to the cold,
moist 11 which together contribute
to the infection of the susceptible
individu ils."
He suggests that we can lessen
Our liability to such infection by
keeping the air of our rooms and
crowded meetingplaces cool and
moving. For the purpose he con
siders a fan answers nearly as well
as an open window. We have
hardly been convirced on this point.
I le advices radiant beat, such as
from fireplaces rather than convec-
tion heat, as in rooms heated by
pipe-, StQVe*, or hoi 111, the latter
in.duly swelling the mucous mem-
brane of the nore.
Iii order to lessen the liability of
mass infection, he would have those
w ho mtisl cuich rr sneeze dosoin-
to a dandkerchief,
When speaking with one who
has a cough, one mav protect him-
self from mass infection l>v holding
a piper in front of the mouth and
nose.
We have not vet come to realize
that colds are infectious just as
measles tnd whoopinsi cough and
Rtnall-poJC are infectious, and that
bv means of a little cue those who
nie susceptible may olten prevent
i 11 fee 'ion.
A considers! ion of this quotation
will reconcile the seeming discre*
p tncies between I'r. Roger's article,
"Chilly Feeling!,'' in the November
issue, and l)r llershberg's article,
"What Are Common Colds?"
EXPRCHB IN THE TROPICS
The writer was teccntly present
ing b-*f doctors a p iper calling their atten-
tion (0 the necessstv, on the part of
pro'ession il people, of exercise and
recreation in order to maintain
health and efficiency. Had he been
questioned as to whether this *p
plied also to the tropics, he would
have replied that possibly a tropi-
cal ilimatc would change the situ-
ation, and thai exercise there would
have to be reduced to a minimum
For this reason he was surprised,
on the discussion of the paper,
when missionary physicians return
ed from the tropics, testified that
the need for exercise is as impor-
tant there as in a temperate cli-
mate, and that much of the illness
of missionaries could be avoided if
in addition to their other hygienic
precautions, they took pioper phy-
sical exercise.
One physican who had to return
t 1 a te operate cjimate, disabled
with sprue (which is often counted
incurable), testified that he had
fully regained his health here by an
active open-lir life,and that be
should probably have avoided ill.
nest had he been more tareful to
take active regular exercise when in
the mission field.
Another physican, who was for a
number ol years in a trying tropi-
cal clintte, made it a practice to
have a g one of tennis afternoons,
and he found it helped him to
maintain his health,
J
December 11 1913.
BY RADIOTELEGRAPH.
Miami, Florida, 10.- Wm
Deering, founder of the Deering
Harvester (Company, died here
today.
San Christiania, Norway, 10.
Senator Iilibu Root today
was named as the recipient of
the Nobel Peace Prize for 1912,
The prize is $40,000 in gold.
I be prize for 191 3 was award-
ed to Senator Henri Lafonlauie
of Brussels.
Berlin, ro.The leading bass
role in "The Magic Flute to be
given in the court opera house at
Casterl will be Tilled by a black-
smith, Franz Basher.)
Wilmington, N. C, io.--The
German steamship Mioklenbcrg
from Hamburg foi this port
grounded on Frying Fan Shoals
last night.
She floated off this morning
and proceeded.
""" "** -
(continued on fourth page)


i ill- r i< i i: i! Nh
CTe tribune
Thiir-dvv. December II, 1915
\ mil. RELATING TO
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.
A c a refill study of this pro-
I Mill reveals its character
eing that of Repression and
ubju {ation rather than tliat of
Fosti ring or Promotingits ; at-
titude to the Friendly Society
movement being almost hostile,
though the limitations it seeks
to impose.
Section. 3 of the Act, desig-
nates, Societies which must be
registered." In this it is discri-
minatory and Compulsory; if
any why not all ? Why *must"l
If it be desirable that 'the Odd
Fellows should be n
why not the Free Masons ? If the
St. John's why not the St. An
drews ?
We fail to see any reason why
any society should be Compelled
to be registered if tin re was an\
advantage in being registered,
why ihe_ societies themselvi
wnild seek it ; but what do we
find .-
Since 1835 wc have had an A< i
for the Registration of Kriendh
Soi it ties, and of the 138 bocm
ties reported in the Blue Book
1 n11 j, but la are register*
and they do not any way better 1 II than those
not registered, at any rate 11
sufficient]) bo as t< 1 induce the
others to go and like wist I.
gistered.
Further, Esq.. James M, R
Stip. and Circut Magistrate be-
fore the Commission on Friend
ly So nil.--., f stifled thai the
1 [istered S tciettes sh 1 a ed no
better position for being regis
d. Further in England tiie
Registration of F riendl) > 1
ties is not compulsor) Sun I
might safety follow Kngland
tin- respei t. By all means ifam
Society desires to be regikti
SO let it he, but 11 1 good end
can be serv< 1 bj c.....pulsiou ; it
1- iinu ise to lightly and line
cessarily tamper with the lib 1
ties of the Bubject.
I in' iunds of th e :iei
raised through the thrift I
the members, and d the ncii
did not sei ve them well, they
a ould not continue to sw 1 II the
membership and invest their
1 loney.
Section 4. Fui ther emphasises
tin- spirit of Repression, w hen it
provides th it "Rules must be
approved by the Attorn*] < Sen
era!" and this approval applies
to the subscriptions and benefit.
How, is the Attorney General
an Actuaiv ?
Section 9. Undertakes to limit |
the age of membership and the
duties of such membership; al-
most all societies to day have a
nile membership, to whii h
admission is obtained even at
j birth; and some societies have
very efficii nt Secretaries under
16 years of age this Act saw.
They shall not. W lio is the bet-
ter judge of its needs, the Si 1
' ciety or the framer of tins Act
who probably v as ne> er in a
I Friend I ng
tion 16 Is desiru -iive in
character. In all tin
, the most efficient officers arc
duth s 'i business
would p iv (-hide their complying
with tin- requirements 1 if tins
u hich would mean thai 1
eties would lose the s< 1 1
of these men by their refusi
1 111 < 0 under such Conditions
S ime <>f these sociel 1 s arc
bram hi a ol Orders that are
National .a\.\ International an I
hav it< 'turns to rn
to the Superior brunch, to , !u -|,
this Acl would add additional
labour by Returns to the I
1 ol Fi iendl) Societies
I In- work as new ,|. me is m
the spirit of Fraternity,
largely at the comenienre 1 if
the officers, at night when their
duties or busim 1- done,
w In ive litt!
more than nothing ; these re
turns to the Supei ior brati : 1 1
of th itesl on t >
the Society ; w hen to this is
addi ! Ri turns hi ordiug to the
Act entailing dan Hen
1 leisurely officials it is'
man
must suffer, as ll:
1 ould not afford the tune in
business or working hoi
sequ ntlj a 1 mid r< linquisii of.
I to the loSS of I ly.
The latti r 1 .hi ol Sub s c'tion
I Sectio 1 16 implies t lat
monies ol th 1 must
be ki pi in the Post < >ffi< e sav-
Bank ; this is thrnlldom
With a en.trail-
II an iudivnlu/.his at liberty
to dep 'sit ins mofiey where he
plea sh >ul I 1 numbei of
individual collectively not have
the same right.The.'i (he methods
ol the P. 0. S. Ban
some and m asti lul of time;
a better rate of in can be
ubl 1 ined elsew h ire.
()bj( ction must be taken to
Se< I ion 18, whicli requires "Ue-
inunei.ition ol ( official \u titor
by th- s icieties," If the govern
ment d sires to have these so-
cieties under its sion,
why it should stand ihe cost.
I li -u ^iiuieut iipplii s
to Sub Section fb) Sect..... ji
which makes it Compute try to
use forms supplied by thi
ernment al the ., cost.
The S icieti 1 are th I
- of the pr bati
period for Sick Aid. Some in
it threi months, some twelve,
somi make a period for half
its, some h ive none al 1
Further, this probati wiarv
p ted by Rules of 1
Order, and bran 1 s must con
form 01 lose substantial adi a
t ige.
V\ 11.1 good re s m can tlu
lofl ...iiit 1 1. 1
I 1 Socii eing nomina
el f< 11 uneral 1 m fits ' S. -
membi 1 -, have 1.....-I ui\
others liave relatives whom tl
wish > a\ oid. Why not ?
S< 1 ti m 29 provides th?
"he isurer &c. to be able t 1
lead and write" an | aU pru
on th il it, 1 Secretary by
ei nature >{ Ins offii e musi
ri id and n rite bui a Trustei
even a I'reasurer may lack tl
acqu ts and yet m 1
client officers, theii inlegril.
and rectitude being sufficient
for the members, w ho in these
' also fin bettei ju I
in the interest of the S ci.....-
i 1 in ,1 perfunctory offici il.Su
1 body of people might
- i : 1 1 a
matti i.
!
The Motor "Fram 1 i E." left
Miami tins ,\ M., u itll _'l pas.
sengers and 2 ; Sacks, mail.
I >ue to arrive here tomoi row,
Friday, P. M.
I'he ~; In "Admiral" arrived
ttiis morning from Mi mo with
Lumber, Shin M s and 1 >> n mine
and the following p ng rs: -
Mis, |-1 .11 uce Ban t ; Mes
dames Maud Chipmail and i;,-
fmi, Eunice I teveau 1 1
\i ;. Frances (.'nlffert
1 lelia I lumes, Frances I' .
pall, and Annie Thompson and
infant Vli ssrsBei t J ilinsou, Mfred
'i......./, .1.......i Brown, / 1 k
Coli br .ok-, U .ben Mitchell,
Vdolphous Poitier, Albei t Wiley,
Stanley Mortimore, Nathaniel
.\i mroe, Willi > n l is -, Elm ire
(iomez, George Poitier, < iilbei t
N in 11, a:i I Jog oil Thui
I '1
The Lighthouse Wmli-i Car-
1 n steamed tin's morning
for the leeward lighth.....
Nassau N. P
1 ith J)i 1913
To The Editor of the I'ribune.
Dear Sir,
Will j -a be iu
lhrou'4 1 t 1 me liu 11 of y >ur
v du ible journal t 1 i.ivi
m of the Ch 1 r 11 in -if
the Board of Health ; C M. Q.
and the Sanitary In- iect ir, to
Ith) condition of the Public
Watei cl I No. 2 n the
East side of the Public II Id
and let them a> if pin I indi-
\ idnals would be pei mtted to
them in sui h a
' I xampli is bi tier Pi
I am
ONE WHO 1 ws
I\ THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
1 John Mack*)' I. rrei
of JI 1. value .' .- I. from
"Mo king 15.1.1 -1) ie
ith,
Fredk, I >u tain Using abu-
; inguage towards Consta-
Kelly while in the itioa
of his duty 1
Phi I brook Roole. I, l
il I uigu ige in
i \ s II, I \
Constable Johnson in ox 1
1 ss. or 12 (!
P irl Roberts Throwing
5 to the dangi 1 and a n. w-
of pei son 1 in t ie stn l
arah U die, and V\ Hi 1
al betting
\ 1141111a Whitehead R 01 1 days Bode dismii
fcthel S igu-
age in .ids Eliza
ling tending to a breai h
- ;- is. and ;- oms,
I IV-.
Vdolphous N'i.vnu As
vaulting a ud beatii tori a
B ve -50a. and [s. costs 01 j
in ml
Thomas M. Know I- ich
t Traffic Rules 2s. 6d,
Samuel Poitiei I ., 1 his
per* >a t > the view of pers mis hi
street 5s or 1. days.
1 I 1 Nixon W iunding
Remanded till 11 th hist.
Win. I'. n I As.1 I'nt-
chard F ighting in street. Each
lined IOS. Of 7 d iv-.
Ethel Pintard "Ass tmbling
with others f >r an idle i ui,
on Hay Stn ! and refuling to
move away W hen Ihen to o-
quired by a ^ousiabUtodays,
I


I II 1 R i 11
r i
[olin and Francis Be-
thelBreach Cattle Act
each.
\ nl ister Larceii)
of an overcoat, < ilue 8s goods
an 1 chattels il lanet Hans -
Remanded till i ith inst.
[oseph Da> is I'nlau ful poj
ion of one h ig containing
i is. K. l. rea nably susp
ed ol being n -Remanded
till 13th inst.
II \s DJSCOVI RY ENDED
With tin' fin ling of n fast
stretch <>f tat ithin the Ar<
tic circle to thi >rth ol Siberia
oomes the a in ement that
marks the at discover)
of new land.
It l> till.' III I 11 <
a vety belli . it ge >'''
was credited wi tears because
ii" ire worlds to
nquer, am I iim < his day
such incidents a ie discover; ol
North and Soi Ahum ica, and
ill' i plai es..... trans pi 11 I
11 iwi ver, it loo as though the
gr iphers real werei ight tliis
time, f"f how ev< much w i
p| ... tin little I iow n \\ ilds ol
. ica South Vmeri a, Asia a i I
Australia, oui in reasrhg know
ledge of tin >se pi mol
eiil i boundar) h ie thai
si paiati the Inn I from (h
Jules \ ei ue w as a scientific
man, and man I Ins fir
. linn stories "I submarine and
bi i ial flight u Inch at the time
they were pu
wild dream s trii >us
diction of what he beli
would be ..'' o npliihed. As a
mat!, r .'I fai t li lid live I i
the submai.....n accept. I arm
i| twu nai ies, an I It he U rights
wi re well advai d toward sue
i he Wi 'I I hi re n -
mams Ins Trip ti> tin; \l......"
win. ii s lems absolutely impossi-
ble i .1 acconij >li~ i iirnt. V
th.'less there a i -< ieutihe men
who dare to reach "it into >p
I i hart a i to uthei
worldi. < hie i i Hi se, \l. Ernest
An ltdeacon, }w ho i inks among ;
the foremost authorities in
Kranee on aviation, predicts nur
present aviation machim s,
which at bestcouid notencirch
the earth in less than eight days,
will be al. ai '. me I for air craft
which will gii globe in
es. "All the peopli
the earth will then form a sole
ami single nation."
Man, inn I ial Ie in Ids ambi-
tion, is cont< mplating interpla
netary flight, and M. Esnaull
Pelterie believes rhe vehicle'will
be a s ilf-propelled rocist t (Verae
nn) with a speed of s
mil ond, lm I'. is osti-
: mated to be suflii ieni \cl
to cmw tin: projectile beyou i i
the tone ol terresti ial attraci n
At tins rati the [moon would be
bed in less than ten hours
assuming, ..f course, the vehicl
\\ .is not mi Ited long befi ire b\
the heat generated in it- terrifi.
Ili^lu. Radium is suijyested ks
poss i ..'. i. I
of interplanetary flight, from
our |>n sent view point seem
course impossibh I lowevi i
in m a-- [ io J> ears in
vi loping. Mr. A rend icon
i mi convinced that in a
tain num
of all the pi el ill
have m Ie ai quaintai ce w it
i, arid I forsee th
day u hen a WOl id's inti ; | lli
tarj co i will be held
II. II. \\ indsor, m the I e< i m
Popular \j ban
zine.
NOTICE.
Notice is hen by given that
the C.....missioners appointed
under the Commissions of I n
quir) A< t, 1911, on the 341I1 of
Novi 1 to make dili-
gent and full enquiry into and
to repoi t "ii the adequai y or
othei \\ ise of the existing A. is
of ti. I ny, and laws regu-
lating its coasting and interna-
tional trade between the Colo
ny *iu\ foreign p irts, and fur
ther into the con lil ions u id 1
which such trade is carried on,
and the pro\ isions made and
measures a I ipti I ! 1 the s i\'-\\
and propi 1 1 C......i idal ii hi ol
-. ngi rs an I Iheii !
nl cargo 1 ii
h\ any sui h vessel engaged in
1 1 trade, merally in-
to all matters incidental t< 1
Hi : ..I I '!< i\ |s|c his, ,111
make such su i >ns as may be
ed ad 1 ile with referenci
to lji.it ion affecting th -
niattei i, and to I hint
tiring the sa
and proper aci 01.....la t ion of
is and crews, and the
;.(te and cai d !>
\ els in ,a_; I in BUCll trade.
propose to commence theit sit
tings on Thursday the eleventh
day ol December 1913. All
prisons \\ llO d.'-in to glV* r\ I
dence toui Inn, anj matters 01
questions referred to the Com.
missioners, are rei |ue a. .1 t.. send
then n mi. s and addresses to
the undersigned, the President
of the Commission, <>r to Miss
Mabel R. Stevenson, S< cretayr
THE UNTIRING ENERGY
of the Wolf is proverbial. Practically no energy is
required where SunligitoSoap is employed. Sunligh i
Soap is energy itself*. The Wolf is tlie cnetnv of
mankind;
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the house-
wife, and is made for her
profit. To the housewife it
means less labour, less dirt,
more leisure, and time and
money saved. SuNLIOHl
SOAP does away with need- J
less rubbing and scrubbing,
ami so preserves the clothes.
GIVE IT A TRIAL
:i
of the Ci.....nission at th
Chambers of the Attornej < len
eral, Public Buildings, Nassau
F.C. VVELLS-DURRANT
President.
IMPERIAL
THEATHE
Friday, Dec. 12
Special 3 Reel
Russian Feature
Produced by the Great North-
ern Special Feature Film Co.
"Through Trials
to Victory"
DR. AM A TIC PKR.SONAE
"R10NA"
Her P'nther, Her Mother, Rev.
[os. Juel | \l mas uncle Mrs.
.lea I his w if. Lieut. V. Pill-
ten, I-h nl. Seedorf.
With Other Reels
Doors open 7:15. Comment e s
o'i lock.
Pi ices 6d. '. I. is,
See !
()
I' l\ Special Line
d| POR I'K \l I WORK
fur 1 'Inistni.is.
SANDS, Pliolngrapher,
Bay-street, City
R E A L
Bargain
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHO:
WILLIAMS
I HE 51101 \l w
I las just o'i in 11I .1
large consignment "I
Pools amiSh of u lm I. < 1 e
SXMPLE LOTS
i.f 1, j I.' I t pairs <>l
,1.1ml and st\ !e in all si?
win h are I ei ng sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAI
In main install) 1 I lie diSCOll
not le-s than
ni ..ii ll.e
REGt'L \R PRU ES
Call tn il iv mi.1 .' n\ ince j
s.dl that tin- i- another lm
tliiis,- Exci ptional Barg."i -
which is eve y now and 1
offered al
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE IND RE I'
SHOE I -I \-U-dlMIA
277, iv-sticet,
Shingles
Best No. 1 II' .m sin.Cyi 1
Shi ngles al $9 opei
sand ol jo bundles
1 irscounts on \> its ol o\
: shingles.
Special Pric
also on rheapi r grades
,111. Ca press at $6.; 2 \
thousand of jo bundles
price made rSossible by h
large purchase.
Fresh btock arriving 1
\\. 1 k.
C. C SAUNDEKS.
f


I li t I i< I li U NE
Brunswick, Georgin, 10.
Mallory IniesteamerRioGrande
arrived this morning. The cap-
t tin reported that there was vo
fire on borrd the vessel. The re-
port sent out a few nights ago
that t!ie ship was on fire was
probably due to a fake wireless
message sent out by some ama-
teur.
New York, 10.Alfred H.
Smith, for years vice president
of the New York Central Rail-
road has been elected to the
presidency of the road to suc-
ceed William C. Brown resign-
ed. b
Paris, 10.Aviator Maurice
Bebart was killed today while
decending at Bordeaux.
New York, to. The date of
marriage of Vincent Astorand
Helene Dinsmore Huntington
will be announced this evening.
London, 10Lieutenant Ger-
ard Leigh of the First I.if.'
Guards, and member of one of
England's oldest families, was
married today to Miss Helen
Goudy, of Chicago.
Vera Cruz. 10.A force of
four thousand Mexican revoke
tionists are expected to attack
Tampico at any moment.
The American Consul has
been warned of the intended at
tack. The commander of tin:
American squadron is prepared
to give refuge on American war
ships to all foreigners and to
land marines if necessary.
NOTICE!
Gasoline
STANDARD Oii Cos'.'.asolene
w3 sold in quantities of 5 gallons
nd upward for one shilling per
galinn hi Garage.
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties.
Drums may he had with "drum
lots,'subject to return when empty
Reo the Fifth Otis sold at
$1175, less 10 per rent dis-
count f. o. h. factory.
Reo Cars also for Hire.
Uicjcles 1 en ted f'.r ICS a Reek.
Automobile and bicycle supplies
kept in stock. Cylinder oil and
Auto (irease a specially.
Can even sell you a very conve-
nient storage drum with faucit to
keep gasoline. Come and see
them.
Apply tu
J. P. SIMMS.
47 Market Street.
Nov. 18, 1013.
THE NASSAU BARGAIN
HOUSE
Received by s. s Mansanillo this
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods in extn fine White
Cotion, Ladies' fine DreSS Goods in
French Marquisette, Linenes,
Poplins, etc.
Girls and Men's Overcoats.
Another Lot Wool Blankets.
Ladies'and Childrens Sweaters,
hr^e size Huck Towels at qd ,
Diaper Cloth, Children's fine Silk
Hats and Caps, Ribbons, Flowers.
Fine White Satin and Marseilles
Quilts, large size.
A Line Lot Velvet Rbgs,
Large Hor size Crex Rugs.
PI;,in ilnn white glass Tumblers at
3d. Engraved ,, ,.....4d.
Alargequant lyCroi kery, Vases,
large and small lea Trays, Pic-
lures, and lots of other goods.
best and largest assortment of
X\l tSTOYSA PRESENTS
to he had at the above Store.
A Isi 1 I leadquarlers for
Furniture, M ittresses, Table
and Bed Linen and I .ause Fur-
nishing Goods.
A. F. Moore.
I ii c, 0, 1913. Maiket St.
NOTICE (Special)
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
BEST No. 0 Flour hi 4 cU lb.
1 l.auiel Brand
2 lb. foi 7 eta,
1 and Storm King
Brand nl:i en. lb.
White Granulated Sugai 1 lbs
_'l cis. Biown Crystallized
Sugar at .") cts. lb
Above Stock just Received
per s s. "Vigtlancia"
Good Quality and I resll.
And Teat bul not least
l"av Pure Jam.oca Rum
Al 1 os. per Gallon
"Call eai I \ "
J. L. SAUNDFRS & Co.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCig'ar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
As excellent quality.
Calendars
AND GUFF I ING FOLDERS
with
VIEWS OF NASSAU
at
SANDS' STUDIO
and
DIOCESAN BOOK STORE.
TOYS TOYS TOYS
ENGLISH
A NT"W assortment Christmas
i\ I'ree Ornaments, is. jux,
(."rick 1 Bits is. 104s. C'irket Sets
is 6d. to js. R,milder Sets IS, Foot
Balls 4s. and 6s. Fancy Rnbberdo.
6d. and is. Metal Soldiers. Tov
Furniture, China, Tea Sets. A. B.
C. Blocks, Bread Boards and
Knives.
CLOCK WORK TOYS
Tick Tack to make children
sleep is. 6d. Walking nun is. 6d.
House Mud Sweeping |8. 6d I)m-
Oing Man is. fcd. Musical Merry Go
Round 2S. Large Motor Busses 2s.
199various small Mechanical Toys.
BASKETS BXSKETS
Market, Mower, Work, Fancy
Chip Baskets from 3d. to 3s. each.
Life size Plush Animals ami
large Rubber Dolls and Toys.
BAZNAR DOLLS
but not B W. \.\K Prices
We are not having a Baa iar. so I
Sent (or a few fine Dressed Doll*3*.
to 8s. 50 doStfn asstd, D.es-ed Dolls
moving eyes qd. to is. 6 1, Small
Dressed Dolls 3d. to q I.
Six 1 ent Toy Counter with 1000
6 cents aitides
AMERICAN TOYS
6 cents Toy Counter with 1000
6 cent Toys
Squeaking Balloon* id. to 3d
Wire Masks qd. to is. Paper masks
id. to 6cl, Paper Caps and Pistols
2d. to 6 1. Whips, Top*, Marbels,
Kitchen Sets, tubs and Pails, To)
Stoves, Toy Furniture, Drawing
Slate,, Paint Boms, Drums, lam
bounnea, Piano*.
Carriages and Carts, nil siz s gd.
to 6s. Velocipedes 8s. to 10s.
HORNS. HORNS.
Baby H nrns 21I and 3, Fog Horn4
Moud) id. to i*.6d.
We have 11 t room encugh to dis-
play our Toys, bul we hive just
what you want and the cheapest
al
THE KNICK KNACK STORE
30 Market St.
Excursion
n
Frances E.M
Sails for
Harbour hid.
FRIDAY 10 p. m.
Leaving Harbour Island
3 [). in. Sunday
Round trip Ten shillings
No Reduction on Children
Tickets and particulars at
Offi ce. "Frances E."
492 Bay Street, Easl
ST. ANLREW'S CHVRCH
Bazaar
WII.I. be hel I in St. Andrew's
I bill on riiuraday, nth inst
A large assoruneni ol Household
Linen and in--xpensive handker.
chiefs, Fancy articles, Plant! and
Cool sctionery will be offered for
sale.
IF A CAKE AND CREAM
The Restaurant will open at
6 o'clock
Patrons lending for supper will
kindly send plates.
Doors open at 4 p. m.
Admission: 6d. Children half price
NOTICE.
T^HIS is to inform my Patrons
1 and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line of-
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially All work done
Me< hanically.
P. A. I'luvlrr,
Bay Strr-t East (Wharf1
ANNA E.RAE
Proprletres Ol
The Vogue,
l'Au Bon Marche Stores"
and Bijou
XM AS Goods and Xmas
presents in endless
variety.
A call at any one of these
three Stores will satisfy and
convince the most fastidious.
Another advertisement will
prove the one.
FRESH
JUST ARRIVED
AN extra Law assortment of
Holiday I ales and Candies
direct fiom the Factory such as
Waiiih"W Mixed
(>ur D.uling
Dixie Plantation
Our Hubby and 35Oilier different
Mixed Cakes at 1 Jits per lb Mixed
Candies t 18 cts per lb Also the
foil iwing Takes in Pnckagea at 6
cts. Raisin Cookift,O, U. Pies and
Lunch biscuits. These are unequal*
ed in quality.
AT TOOTE'S
Z\CH ARIAS MARROW.
SHOEMAKER
DESIRES to inform his Patrons
and the Public thai he has
removed bom Shirley Street, near
"Kelly's Bakery," to the Market
Range, City Market, rear of
(iioceiy Store of Mr. Sam R*e,
where lie is prepared to serve them
as promptly and as efficiently as in
the past.


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