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r H £ IRibtNE Zhe tribune Saturday. December 13, 1913 We might ask, What evil have these Societies done ? No doubt here and there may be found some grouchy individuli .who .ire aggrieved because the A MM.I. RELATING TO entire f ur| d of the society hai FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ""' been em P tied illl tllcir (Concluded; "$e look upon the Friendly in continuation of our critiSociety movement in this cism of tins Mill we come to! Colony as highly successful and Section 40. "Security bv offi('creditable to all concerned, the 'bis section practically best testimony to its worth is takes the business of a Society the ever increasing membership out of its bands and puts it inand branches—the people reato the hands of the Registrar, a lize that a small societj 1betperson who is not a member, ter than an unsvield'ly one We think it far more import-1 hence the increase in numbers.! ant that the members of a socieFor ,lu Rood work accomplishty should be satisfied as to the ed they deserve encouragement competency of an officer than rather than the destructiveness the Registrar, we have known of the proposed Bill, some distinguished men whomi no Registrar would turn down! as an officer of a Friendly So-! ,f is seldom that this commuI ciety, but would think the So ni v is '"ailed upon to meet the ciety highly honoured to have shock of the death of two of its such an officer, yet they could prominent citizens, brotheis, as not write legibly ; much dependwe have been this morning in ed upon their clerks, and m the the singularly sad deaths which Friendly Society Officer's case occurred at eight o'clock and much would depend upon the half past eight o'clock last assistance he obtained. night, respectively, of Mr. Hilton It would be a saving of time Alburv at his residence a '" 1 not out of Florence Villa* Bay St Bast, and f the r r William Fletcher AI bury al his residence May Street \Y We understand that Mr. II, C. and trouble, and keeping W j,|, t | |e spir| -* () Bill if Societies were not muted to meet except under the I presidency of the Registrar. A,Dur v n *d been indisposed for The framer of this Bill gives the s """-' (|a v l' ast but yesterday Friend I v Society people credit I w as V* t o'clock in the evening was For arbitrariness, com „d f und j" his Lath or his toth to Section 47, which?, !" vides "S^Jfi tI %  for the "Dissolution bvtl.r SuL^TR ?. h /" P 1 preme Court" of a Voluutarv A^t^U* !" ^'**, Sociptw .,,.1 11 • • %  and informed Mr W. •. ,\ uirv oocieiy, IKI likewise section c ., ., f ci whirl, t „hiA 11 1 of the death of Ins broth,. : 5 < WIIK n 1 MhKis the c isso 11 ion c. 1 11,, of a Society otherwise than as ^"/er he was heard call.,,* is in the Act provided to his opposite neighbor Mrs Q • mack 10 come ovei : ihev sa i section 59 -Applies this Act him ,„, the iiorch ; immediatelv to Societies existing at its on N urse Stuarl and Mrs Black menccment this is the head and Wfn over and tount | ,,,,„ ,„ ., rout of its offending; as wefchair in a statef cidlai,se he have before said, by all mean, ,,,,,, ,,„,„ „ 1;|I ,„. WM dvin „ let any Society that desire, so Nurse Stnar( with the assistance to do fc b a registered but to com ,„M Black and others ol her pel any voluntary organization family at once applied restorawith benevolent obiecls to be t j ves soon after his *>n Wil registered is as we have also beiii am ram0< HIM j wt llt offal „ nr0 loreisaid ai blow at the liberties \i OT a doctor, with whom* he Of the subject Loon returned, but life too far I he loss of the advai I 1 res gone and he soon after passed obtained by registration is sufficiently a penalty for those who do not register; bul to enforce the dissolution of a Society by the Supreme Court as a penally for oon-registration is a suicidal ind destructive policy, which is predjudicial to the best interests of this coh nv away The Fumal will leave Florence Villa at 4 o'clock tins evening anil pro.-, e.l to the late resi.len ce or Mr. \Y. F Albury and there take up bis body and pi 1 ceed to the Western Cemetery where the interment will take place. I ie Tribune tenders its sym 1 tli lathe bereved fami ly It gives us verv much pleasure to publish the following letter to Mr. II.N. Chipnian. and to ra ord tins appreciation of bis effort' on behalf of his Colony It ia iul Act on the p ut of the jury on awards <.f Canadian Nati nal Exhibition, and goes to show that the Canadian Pres notices and our OW11 1 raise of our exhibit and Mr. Chipman's efforts have not been over drawn. VVe congratulate Mr. Chipman on this handsome recognition which once and for all puts an end t*> all caviling as to the But 1 of our exhibit and Mr. Chip' anability and fitness as our Custodian. THE CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION 11,13. M >R< INTO CANADA. Nov. a6th 191 5. Mr. Howard N. Chipnian Nassau Bahamas l).ar Si,-, ^ The jury on awards of the Canadian N itional Exhibition li ive a warded to your Govern men, a (lold Me lal lot the exhibits made al >ur recent Exhibition. In addition to the award made to your i i tveriinient, our Board have de ided to semi to you a bronze replica for the interest and personal attention which you KHV lo installing the exhihij as they feel that a good deal o| the BUCCI ss of tlie %  bil van due to your personal efforts. VVe ire se idling the medal to da\ through Messrs IV kford and Mia. k. Yours very truly Isigm dj B. ROGERS. Manager and Secretary, j The Imperial Theatre is offering its patrons an extremely good programme lo night whi< h they will do well to go and enjoy. Last night's programme was an excellent one and highly enjoyed by the audience, Imperial audiences k; ow a goo I thing when they see it and they Me a good thing when tl go to Imperial. Misses Eva Mia k. and Rejftilla Sand--, Mes lames DruSCllla %  h irnpson, Frances K odgers, Elizabeth Coley, Juli i ihnso 1.4 and infant Florence Wood, -ffi I Sarah Carey ; Messrs. Fred Maycock, Wm. Ramsey, Wiltshire Fergurson,Wilfred 'Moss, Harold Rodgers, Ishmal Coley, Charles Johnson, Elisba Moss, Mitchell Storr, George II Williams, Reuben \| ickey, William Deveaux,and Elisn Millet (as) J STREET OBSTRUCTION On Tuesday last, Andrew urn alleges that while walking along Bay Street, had Ins shut badly d ,m iged about the neck and should r. and his collar button torn out, by the Eastern window of the "Ironmongery" winch was nut properl) fasten, d back. Nassau 13th I December 1913. The Editor, The Ti ibune I eai Sir, I read from time to tune in the I ributie items ol ne A I from I'arii 'ip| ices in ihe > orld, under tin eading by R li. 1 Tele gi ip %  What I want to know is where 1 items obtained from Are they obtained from some partii ular Radio 11 I graph Station, il so which ? I )r are they obtained fr. >m the vai ious pla 1 name.I : \at present given it is \,i. %  ;, distinctly vague. Vmiis IGNOR WII.'S Mail Steamer "Vigilancia" Sailed from New Vorkatjp. m. on Fi iday M ith S.j passengers and 7 ,1 barrelscargo. CABLEGRAMS Deci mber 13th, 1913 l.on.l 111, 11. Miss Sj Ivia Pankhurst was re-arn sted to night at tin-. lose of a meeting hi Id ni 'In Shi red itch tow n hall with the object oi forming a local compan) of "Her people s arm) Tne Motor "Ftances E" arrived from Miami vest, iday, with Lumber and Gasoline and tie b 'li >wing passengers.— Wick, Scotland, 11.—The h) election held m the \\ ick district yesterday results I in the governnieni candidate, Kobert Mumo. retaining In; seat by a larger majorit) than ha 1 1 eived at the last election. A new election was rendered necessary by the appointment Of I Mr Mnnro as Lord Advocate of Scotland. r



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] I: T K I i. l SU E i -II -Kin* Alfonso and I of this vessel at about seven in | piece of furniture, from kitchen ANNA E RAE ri >f Spain arrived the morning Byioo'cluck the table to library chairs, was de ' Urit, fl* Oueen Victi beja^onight. leafed thai Ki ig Alfonso is fast faking the phce in the affections W Parisians once ocrupiotl King Edawrd of England. he cheers of the, fire was beyond conti il.it was the station in[realised thai the destrui tion the ship was inevitable, and the couple. 'S. O. s.' distress signal was and flashed from the doomed vessel, with Within an hour IO ships had large ., a nd made b) th %  comp*" Propriety,. < icni hands of lliis resourceful The Vo by I he h< ay chandeliers candelabra, ornament< d i i ai \ e brass domes, with chains and with quaint Djblin, u All the transport and dock* >rleers in Dublin have agreed to resume work, according to th companies, and the port, which has beon prac cally dosed si ice the end of ibruptly changed their courses border designs; the inlaid piei es August will be reopened tomorrow. The situation as far as the fa ntories in Dublin and the vicinity are con is unchanged B rlin, ti, —The Kaisers government is about to defy the Reichstag again, this time in connection with the San Fran cisco Exposition. The leaders nl the Catholic, f%tional I il -ral and Prog iv ' Soci Ii t parties, who bio :ght into to lay the bill appropriating 15 o.ooo for ollicial partiripati 11 in the exposi tjon, have bi en informed that' and were rushing to the rescue "Although wireless apparatus was nol fully developed until 1909, it is estimated th it ovei 5,000 Ii .es had been saved i j it prior to the burning ol the 'Volturno.' Without the wire both the'Volturno* and the Titanic' would probably hav %  mad, however, j been noted in marine history simply as slops that put out to sea and failed to come into port'". >f great artistic value, and 1 1 bor saving devices in kitchen and Ii iindry are their handiwork, IMPERIAL THF.ATKF. iSaturday's Special Show the gi vei port the nment bill. AII not sup Victoria. 11. council promul %  An order in ited yesterday by the British Co umbia government prohibit! until 1 March 31st (he entry ii o the Province of all artisans a d labourers. The reas n f the action th i congested < dition of hour on the Pa | ,,,ist. is la"VOLTI RNO" RESCUE LATEST TRIUMPH OF WIRELESS "The day of the'mystery <>f the when a vessel might sad from 1 ort and never be herd from again, is p at," says the December Popular Mechanics Magazine ii liusti ited RI tide discussing he recent "Vol turno" disaster, vith the wireh ssequipment, without huh no vessel is now 1' rmitted to leave any pi ri in a ch ilized country, a ship 2 BISON 101 The Bugle Call and His Memiesis An Accidental Servant Her Dress-making Bills Live Georgia Turkeys "Juo-f here Per Frances E." from Miami Fla Price Is. 6d. lb Live weight Call up Phone 163 A Big Show Doors open 7:15. Commence o'( lock. Prices 6l. ') I. IS. M\I COUPLE PLAN WD IUII.I) HOMEMADE HOUSE Sharing equally the Itardest labour involved in excavating, ;n carrying and laying brick in plunged downward. Ll >NG PREDICTED CATASTRt > 1 %  111 %  : OCCURS TO AIRSHIP ( )n Ort. 17. 1013, the newest and largesl of tli" Zeppelin war airships, the "I. : ." was destroy eil in mid-air by an explosii >n while the dirigible was making a dial irip, preliminary to its acceptance as flagship of the new (ieiiii in aeriaI navy. The disaster, which i9 described in the Decemb r Popular Merhani< s Magazine, occurred a) J< ha i nisthal, and the crew, and all memlx rs ol the admiralt) ti ial boad, perishes I Spectators watch ing the maneuvers sawthe bi<^ bag burst int< 1 I I.one. A moment later the blazing Framework When the shaping concrete rescuers reached the debris, <>f 28 men on board hut one was found alive and he shortly sue cumbed. The official report of Pittsburg and his wife planned, the accident states, a partial built and decorated an eightI vacuum due to a new tvpe of room brick" house, which is a windshield I Mined in Center model of convenience and of gondola, tucking escaping gas artistic designing. No outside ] into the gondola, where a mo help was employed save that a tor spark ignited it. The "I. 2," 1!" the mixing and and in laying the heavy tiling on rnattei how isolated, can quickj the roof, an enterprising teacher spread the news of disaster or 1 in a manual-training school near Hie call lor help broadcast over the sen mid the call is sure ty be beard by ev< 1 y ship within a radius of 300 miles. The |at< st triumph of this n arv< 11 >f modern si lence took place when the 'Volturno" burned in mid ocean 1 plumber and an electrician were was a sister ship of the"l on October 9, icji3. Fire started caile.l in to conform to the build wrecked in a hurricane in in the forward pa it of the |hol l ing laws ..f the state. Every North Sea. September atl 1 "Au Bon Marche Stores" and Bijou A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM L ADIES Dress Goods, in f Lustres, S irges Ratines, white and Coloured Cordings, Crepes, Crepens, M irquisettes, Ben ga lines, Landsdownes, Spot-Muslins, Embroidered Muslins, \'elvets,' Embroidered I lati stes, Tussore Suitings, Embroidery Flounoings, (Overall Embroidery and Overall Lace. Laces and Insertions, Ribbons plain an.l fancy Latest Style Belts lace Collars, Embroidery Collars. Ladies white, Black, Pink, Blue, Heliol rope, and Grey Silk Stocking Men's While, Black, Grey, Navy Blue, Ala e Blue, Helio, and Green Silk Socks wsth Silk Ties to m itch Silk Shirts. Pyj imas Ladies Superfine Silk Parasols, Silk Lvening Scarves, Beautiful Handbags I landsome Japanese Gocds Genuine Irish Linens of all kinds. Childreus I losi< ry D ESIRES to inform and ihe Public /. UII \RI \s inuiuiw. SHOKM \KI R iis Patrons %  that he lias iimovi:! in. HI shirles Street, near "Kelly's Rakeiy," t>' die Market Range, City Mai Let, rear of t",Micei\ Siuie of Mr. Sun Rue, where he is prepneil to -. i \ e tliein m prompt lv ind as efficiently Ha in the past. See O \i Special Line ol PORTR \l I WORK for 'In 1st mas, SANDS, PhotiMjrapher, B.ty.treet, 1 itv* Calendars AND cui-A: 1 i\(i FOLDERS with VIEWS OF NASSAU ;it SANDS' STUDIO DIOCESAN BOOK STORE.



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rut T K i TOYS TOYS TOYS ENGLISH A NEW assortment Christmas I rep Ornaments, is. d"Z. Cricket Bata is. to 4s. Cricket NIis. 6d. to 2s. Rounder Sets is Foot mils 41. and 6s. Fancy Rubber do. 6d. and is. Metal Soldiers. Tnv furniture, China, Tea Sol\ B C. Blocks, Bread Board's and Knives. •LOCK WORK TOYS lick Tack to make children Sleep .s 6d. Walking men is. 6d. House Maid Sweeping Is f „| f) an cing Man is. 6d. Musical Merrv Go Kound as. Large Motor Busves as. 199 various small Mechanical l*oy] BASKETS BXSKEIS Market, Mower, Work, Fancy Chip Baskets from 3d. to }s. each. Life size PTash Animals and large Rubber Polls and Toy-,. B.\Z\.\R DOLLS but not l!\Z \AK Prices We are not having a Raz-mr. so I sent for a few fine Dressed Dollsas, to 8s 50 do/rnasstd. Dressed Dolls moving eves 9d. to is. 6d, Small Dressed Dolls 3d, to 9 I. Six cent Toy Counter with 1000 6 cents articles AMERICAN TOVS 6 cents Toy Counter with 1000 (1 cent Toys Squeaking Balloons id 10 3d. •\Vire Masks 9d. to is. Papermasks id. to 6d. Piper Caps and Pistols 3d. to 6d. Whips. Top*. Marhels, Kitchen Sets. Tubs and Pails, Toy Sioves, Toy Furniture, Drawing Slates, Paint Boxes, Drums, Tambourines, Piano-. Carriages and Carts, all s., ,. ,, \ to 6s. Velocipedes 8<. to n HORNS MORNS. Bahy H urns 2d and 3. F>g Morns (loud) id. to is. 6,1. We have not room enrugh todis. play our Toys, but e have just what you want and the chwpesl at THE KNICK K'WK STORK 30 Market St. NOTICE (Special) AT THE ROYAL STORE. B EST S-K i) Flour at 1 cts. lb. ,. J „ I aurel Kr-ii.d •2 lb. fin 7 cts. „ ,, 1 and Storm King Brand at ;i Cts, lb. White Granulated Sugai | His •_>l cts, Blown Crystallized "•IIL'.I 1 Bl "> CtS, lb Above Slock just U'i'i c ived per s s. "Vigilant 1. Good Quality and I resli. And I. -t but not least f^" Pure Jamaica Rum At 10s. Per Gallon "Call earlv" J. L. SAUNDRRS A Co, ^ Dnct .„,/! f fhllT, f fit* %  *" ^" r '' l m ther and health for tin baby %  IIC31 dllU "wUHHlUl l f 0 n ow t ho .ise of the 'AUenburys' Foods. $5 They resemble healthy human milk in composition, nutritive value and di :estibility. 7)jB Babies fed on the "Allenburys" Foods invariably thrive well. | iMcBburgsFootis 3£ MILK FOOD No. 1. MILK FOOD No. 2. MALTED FOOD No. 3. The •Allenhuryu' RUSKS (Malted) JjjB From birth to 3 months. From 3 to 6 months. From 6 months upwards. From 10 months upwards. TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES. BSsfPamphlet "Infant Feeding and Management" sent free. ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND. J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand" It is better thar. a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. \ >TI T. \\ II \T about ib.tt \\ PAN IMA II \ I ol yot ri It war is rlenuing, Polishing and Blocking, and no* here in this Cit) MII you g''t it dune hut -it I ROM \S I N \BBIF-, anil at a vi leraie puces Doesn't mallei how bad w condition it may l> Her, Remen he is at 54. '' ;i > St l< E A I. Bargains AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOES. W ILLIAMS I Ell SHOf M VN I las just |. c i i \ rd H I.H (>e consignment of lioois and .Shoes most lil w liu li are SAMPLE LOTS of i. 2 ai 'I s |i.nis of a brand Mid si) %  • in n 11 izes which are being sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: In many instance* tly discount i* not ISM than ?.o per cent nn the REGULAR I'U'I KS i I lu d-o and coin incej \ our sell 11i.ii this is .in iiher lot of those I ,\i i |>I m, 11 U IIw hail is i ve \ in, A and then offered ai Wll.l.l IMS' WHOLESALE ANIJ RETAIL SHOE ESI \H\ ISHMENT. 277, 270 liay-tieet, NOTICE I Gasoline Q I ANDARD Oil C I dene j sold in quantities of ^ gallons and upward for one shilling per gallon it (i 1 rage Bring a Vessel for small quantities. I )i urns may be had with "drum lots.' subject to reium when empty Ren the Fifth Cars told %  •! $1175, less in per cent disCounl f. o. I), f.ir 11 ii y. Ren I'.us also fur I lire. I'.ii'M les rented f"r 10a week. •\nto nobile and bicycle supplies kept m stm It, 1 'ylindei Oil and Auto < irease a specialty. I Hi ni 11 Sell \ou a \eiv com %  •nient storage drum with f. in it 1 > I.' %  p grisoline, 1 loine and se< them. Apply in J. P. SIMM-;. (7 Market St I. Nov. 18, 1913. THF. WORLD'S .11 i.liMl.M mikes powt rful the name STANDARD ENGINE. 1 Lloyd's Kegistet shows tins the powei • if the majoiity, (Jack of the Standard guarantee is the Standard Motor Construction Co ,171 Pine st., .I. 1 ,e\ Ci\y, X. .1. CHAS. E. ALBURY, Nassau, N. P. Agent for the Bahamas. THE \ ISSAU BARG UN HOUSE Received by s. i MMMHUIO this u I; : A LARGE ASSORTMEN :' OP I h \ i i ...(is in extra fine \\ bite Cotton, I. ol 11 s fine Dress Goods in Prencli Marquisette, Lioenes, Poplins, Mr, (iirls and Men's I Ivercoats Another 1." Wool Blankets I.i lies' and C nidi ens Sweaters, I i' size I liu k Towels ;t t ., I Diaper l'|otli, 1 In Inn's line Silk Ha's and ( i ps, Ri ibons, Flow era. Fine While Satin and Marseilles (^uii's, In ^r s / A I me Lot Velvet Rugs. Large floor size Crex Rugs, Plain thin while Li.iss luinlilers.it 3 I Engraved „ „ .. „ 41. A large quantity Crockery, V.i->, large and smal I |*eS I lay-, I 'iclines, and lot* of other goods. I '• %  t and largest assortment of XM \s rOYS A PRESEN IS III Inhail at the -it" i\'e Moie. A'so I leadquarters for Furniture, M stresses. Table and Red I.men and i BuseFurnishing (ioods, A. F. Moore, D •. %  1 11 1 M irkel St. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5111. Cypress Slii ngles al I9.60 per ihouBitod oi JO bundles I liscounts 011 lots of over 5txx) shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades also 51'n. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very largo purchase. Fresh stork arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS.



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F T '" Nvillius add ictus jurru. n\ verba me.gistrl. Being bound to swo&r to the I), nirms >f no Mivsrr VOL. XI. Na.ssavi, N. P., Ba.hB.ine.s, Saturday, December I). 1913 No. C i EON E H Ul PI ( II, i i linn M> I m'liiiii k 0) o 50 0) 0) CO •r-M s 0) OKKICF 3 |i MAKKRT ATBEIT IU N. P., BAHAMAS, 1'. (I. Box 1'.:. PUBLISHED I) ilLY. Monday, Wednesday an<1 Friday— -i D %  If copy -•• I'l I\ir-it.i\ rhursday ami rtatiirdsy— I I llHI r COp) • %  • • • %  I il W>ekH 4 iuarterl) <*•• HallYfu-lv Veal v ... !* %  PAYABLE IN ADVA' I Advertising Rates: Six pence per lire fin In-I iii~rrlii.ii ; tliiee pence pM III* f..i IOCI 'ml insertion; ami one psnny pw line fin anbaeqi ent insertion*, I verti emeDti under e i .* 111 lint-i <*tnote tha the human mud < nnnot conceive ol it, God brought into exrsienre Mrs on. We wad in 111** eighth t'hnpiei il !'in\f ilis, In y HI ning at tin* twenty sreond ver*, what Jr powers, : all things weie created by Hun and f. r Him." I hus we see Jesus existed with the Father be! ire anything else in tha v ist universe of God, Another taxi as to the pre.ex istei.re of I lin-i, m Inhn 17 > says, "And now, () Father, g'orj ify ihou me wit h thine nu n self, w ith Ihe glory which I li id with I liee before the world was.' Hut since lesui is the express im. age of tin Father, He too, is a he. ing ol love end we cannot imagine that tie and the Fa'her would he content tositupon iheir throni side 1. ide in the ceutei id an empty universe will t a being through. out space on whom to b**stow af. feet ion 01 to love them in return, So they proceed lo bring into ex. isttnee angefs, We read in Psalms m.| ; 4, "Who nuikcth His nngeli spirits, and His ininisiers a flame o' lire, A smi'l it t. xt is found in llel>. 1 ; 7. Thus we see that God made ange/i and they are not as many suppose, the d#p irted spirits of people w Im once lived here upon tlieeartli. To show that nngeli had an existance before this world, and arc not the supposed depaited spirits of people who once lived on earth, we have but lo read. Gen ; 3; 22-24, "here we are told thai Adam and I've were rhiven nut "f the garden of Eden, and tli it God placed cherubims at the garden gite to Keep the way <>f the tree of life. Hut Adam and Kve had not yet died, neither had there heen bun to them any children who bad died, so how can we account for angels called cherubims, if God li ul n it made them previous to the c eat ion of this world ? Again, by r -ading the 38th chapter of Job, the first seven verses, we And that God, in con versa tii HI with Job, tills him th.it the morning stars sang t igethi r and all the sons of God shouted for joy when the foundstionsof the world were laid. We theref .ie conclude that angels had an existence long hefme this world and us inhabitants. "It is 1 npossihle to number the company of angels which God and His Son created to associate with them around the throne. Daniel, the prophet, at one time, looking into thecourtsof heaven,siw the .11 and tried to number them. He said, %  Thousands, thousands ministced unto Hun and ten thousand tunes ten thousind' stood hefme Him" Dan 7: 10, In the Revela lion (5 ; 11) the apostle John tells o f a simil ir expeijence in trying to number the angels he sees around the throne of God. Paul t'dls us in lli-h 12. 22. "Bui year* Coms unt" Mount Zion and unto Ihe cilV 1 f the living (1 KJ, the ln-.ivenlv Jerusalem,and to an fsntrl meeub/e company of angels," Aft r thus surrounding the r throne with this great lluong of intelligent beings, thev then procee to create worlds. Many eon. fine the c e.itiw woi ksof God and His Son to the creation of this one world ; hut this is as onlv a drop in the bucket as compared 10 the worlds they have made. We read in Hell. 1 ; 1.2 that G"d, "hath in Ihese last days spoken t" us I y His Son, whom I le hath appointed heir of all things, and by whom Hemade thetoorWs", Again in Heb, 11 ; 3 it says, "'By N tli we understand that the no /i/s weie framed by the word o| ("md". As God and His Son persued their plans, one win Id aftei another was Hung mit into space, until in their pnri use they came to the time when this world shouhlbe made. 1


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rrat ions, Hefme ihe mountains
i< ere brought forth, or evet I Inn
bndsl formed tlieeartli ni the world,
even from everlasting io eveilast
mg thou art God." Thus we
tee that Liod is as tiuly with ul
beginning as without ending. Si
in the l.iiln r of Lights there is i n
v.ii lalilrin ss neither shadow of
tnriniig, He was in ilmsf. remote
ages, .is lie it, today, ,, i ,i.il ill love
I"'iit we cannot rouceive that such
a Being Would he satisfied t" sit
upini .i tlimiii, siil iai\ and alone
iii rite midst of an empty univeise,
His veiy nature demanded mire
i.....n horn he could bestow Ins
love, ind whociKi'd love linn in
u-iiii n ; So w e liiHi ihat Re ay bei l<
in ;lie ilnn ages o' the pest, mi ><*-
tnote tha the human mud < nnnot
conceive ol it, God brought into
exrsienre Mrs on. We wad in 111**
eighth t'hnpiei il !'in\f ilis, In y hi
ning at tin* twenty sreond ver*,
what J tenet- with the father before the
world was. I le says, "I I"' Lord
i md the Father possessed me in the
beginning ol His way.before Mis
works of old, I was set up fiom
everlasting, or eer the world was
When the e were no depths I was
brouzht forth; "vlien there were no
fountains abounding with water,
Pcforc the mountains were settled,
before the hills w.is I brought
fonh : while as ye I He had n"t
made Ihe earth, noi ihe fields, nor
the highest part i f the dust of the
around. When lie prepared tlie
heavens I was there : when lie set
,-i romp is' up .ii tin f ire of the
depth : when He established the
clouds ab v" : when He strength-
ened the fi untaim of the dei p:
when He gave to Ihe sea His tie.
c ee that the waters should not pass
His commandment: when He up
p. iint< d t he fount a ii h of the earth :
then I was by Hun s one brought
up with ilim : and wasd.iilv His
delight, rejoicing always hefme
I lim." Attain in Col, i ; 16,
speaking of lesu it says, "Fur by
Him were all things created that
an in heaven and lh.it are in earth,
visible and invisible, whether they
he thrones, oi dominions, oi prioct
palities, <>r powers, : all things
weie created by Hun and f. r Him."
I hus we see Jesus existed with the
Father be! ire anything else in tha
v ist universe of God, Another
taxi as to the pre.ex istei.re of
I lin-i, m Inhn 17 > says, "And
now, () Father, g'orj ify ihou me
wit h thine nu n self, w ith Ihe glory
which I li id with I liee before the
world was.'
Hut since lesui is the express im.
age of tin Father, He too, is a he.
ing ol love end we cannot imagine
that tie and the Fa'her would he
content tositupon iheir throni side
1. ide in the ceutei id an empty
universe will.....t a being through.
out space on whom to b**stow af.
feet ion 01 to love them in return,
So they proceed lo bring into ex.
isttnee angefs, We read in Psalms
m.| ; 4, "Who nuikcth His nngeli
spirits, and His ininisiers a flame
o' lire, A smi'l it t. xt is found in
llel>. 1 ; 7. Thus we see that God
made ange/i and they are not as
many suppose, the d#p irted spirits
of people w Im once lived here upon
tlieeartli. To show that nngeli
had an existance before this world,
and arc not the supposed depaited
spirits of people who once lived on
earth, we have but lo read. Gen ;
3; 22-24, "here we are told thai
Adam and I've were rhiven nut "f
the garden of Eden, and tli it God
placed cherubims at the garden
gite to Keep the way <>f the tree of
life. Hut Adam and Kve had not
yet died, neither had there heen
bun to them any children who bad
died, so how can we account for
angels called cherubims, if God li ul
n it made them previous to the
c eat ion of this world ? Again, by
r -ading the 38th chapter of Job,
the first seven verses, we And that
God, in con versa tii hi with Job, tills
him th.it the morning stars sang
t igethi r and all the sons of God
shouted for joy when the founds-
tionsof the world were laid. We
theref .ie conclude that angels had
an existence long hefme this world
and us inhabitants. "It is 1 npos-
sihle to number the company of
angels which God and His Son
created to associate with them
around the throne. Daniel, the
prophet, at one time, looking into
thecourtsof heaven,siw the .11 -
and tried to number them. He
said, ' Thousands, thousands min-
istced unto Hun and ten thousand
tunes ten thousind' stood hefme
Him" Dan 7: 10, In the Revela
lion (5 ; 11) the apostle John tells
of a simil ir expeijence in trying
to number the angels he sees
around the throne of God. Paul
t'dls us in lli-h 12. 22. "Bui year*
Coms unt" Mount Zion and unto
Ihe cilV 1 f the living (1 kJ, the ln-.i-
venlv Jerusalem,and to an fsntrl
meeub/e company of angels,"
Aft r thus surrounding the r
throne with this great lluong of
intelligent beings, thev then pro-
cee to create worlds. Many eon.
fine the c e.itiw woi ksof God and
His Son to the creation of this
one world ; hut this is as onlv a
drop in the bucket as compared 10
the worlds they have made. We
read in Hell. 1 ; 1.2 that G"d,
"hath in Ihese last days spoken t"
us I y His Son, whom I le hath ap-
pointed heir of all things, and by
whom Hemade thetoorWs", Again
in Heb, 11 ; 3 it says, "'By N tli we
understand that the no /i/s weie
framed by the word o| ("md".
As God and His Son persued their
plans, one win Id aftei another was
Hung mit into space, until in their
pnri use they came to the time
when this world shouhlbe made.
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Zhe tribune
Saturday. December 13, 1913
We might ask, What evil
have these Societies done ? No
doubt here and there may be
found some grouchy individuli
--------- .- who .ire aggrieved because the
A MM.I. RELATING TO entire fur|d of the society hai
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ""' been emPtied illl tllcir
(Concluded; "$e look upon the Friendly
in continuation of our criti- Society movement in this
cism of tins Mill we come to! Colony as highly successful and
Section 40. "Security bv offi- ('creditable to all concerned, the
'bis section practically best testimony to its worth is
takes the business of a Society the ever increasing membership
out of its bands and puts it in- and branchesthe people rea-
to the hands of the Registrar, a lize that a small societj 1- bet-
person who is not a member, ter than an unsvield'ly one
We think it far more import-1 hence the increase in numbers.!
ant that the members of a socie- For ,lu' Rood work accomplish-
ty should be satisfied as to the ed they deserve encouragement
competency of an officer than rather than the destructiveness
the Registrar, we have known of the proposed Bill,
some distinguished men whomi
no Registrar would turn down!
as an officer of a Friendly So-! ,f is seldom that this commu- I
ciety, but would think the So ni'.v is '"ailed upon to meet the
ciety highly honoured to have shock of the death of two of its
such an officer, yet they could prominent citizens, brotheis, as
not write legibly ; much depend- we have been this morning in
ed upon their clerks, and m the the singularly sad deaths which
Friendly Society Officer's case occurred at eight o'clock and
much would depend upon the half past eight o'clock last
assistance he obtained. night, respectively, of Mr. Hilton
It would be a saving of time Alburv at his residence
a'"1 not out of Florence Villa* Bay St Bast, and
f the r r" William Fletcher AI bury al
his residence May Street \Y
We understand that Mr. II, C.
and trouble, and
keeping Wj,|, t||e spir|-* '()
Bill if Societies were not ,
muted to meet except under the I ,
presidency of the Registrar. A,Dur.v n*d been indisposed for
The framer of this Bill gives the s"""-' (|a-v* l'ast- but yesterday
Friend I v Society people credit Iwas V* for, little Cnmmon sense ieiK'>t o'clock in the evening was
For arbitrariness, com.....d f"und j" his Lath or his toth"
to Section 47, which?, vides "S^Jfi tI
for the "Dissolution bvtl.r Su- L^Tr ?.h /" P1
preme Court" of a Voluutarv A^t^U*'^'**,
Sociptw .,,.1 11 and informed Mr W. . ,\ uirv
oocieiy, iki likewise section c ., ., f ,
ci whirl, t hiA 11 1 of the death of Ins broth,. :
5 < wiik n 1 MhKis the c isso 11 ion c. 1 11,,
of a Society otherwise than as ^"/er he was heard call.,,*
is in the Act provided to his opposite neighbor Mrs
q mack 10 come ovei : ihev sa i
section 59 -Applies this Act him ,, the iiorch ; immediatelv
to Societies existing at its on Nurse Stuarl and Mrs Black
menccment this is the head and Wfn, over and tount| ,,,, , .,
rout of its offending; as wefchair in a statef cidlai,se he
have before said, by all mean, ,,,,,, ,,, 1;|I ,. WM'dvin
let any Society that desire, so Nurse Stnar( with the assistance
to dofcba registered but to com ,-m Black and others ol her
pel any voluntary organization family at once applied restora-
with benevolent obiecls to be tjves soon after his *>n Wil
registered is as we have also be- iiiam ram0< HIMj wt.llt offal nr0
loreisaid ai blow at the liberties \iOT a doctor, with whom* he
Of the subject Loon returned, but life too far
I he loss of the advai I 1 res gone and he soon after passed
obtained by registration is suffi-
ciently a penalty for those who
do not register; bul to enforce
the dissolution of a Society by
the Supreme Court as a penally
for oon-registration is a suicidal
ind destructive policy, which is
predjudicial to the best interests
of this coh nv
away
The Fumal will leave Florence
Villa at 4 o'clock tins evening
anil pro.-, e.l to the late resi.len
ce or Mr. \Y. F Albury and
there take up bis body and pi 1
ceed to the Western Cemetery
where the interment will take
place.
I ie Tribune tenders its
sym 1 tli lathe bereved fami
ly
It gives us verv much pleasure
to publish the following letter
to Mr. II.N. Chipnian. and to
ra ord tins appreciation of bis
effort' on behalf of his Colony
It i- a iul Act on the
p ut of the jury on awards <.f
Canadian Nati nal Exhibition,
and goes to show that the
Canadian Pres notices and our
OW11 1 raise of our exhibit and
Mr. Chipman's efforts have not
been over drawn.
VVe congratulate Mr. Chip-
man on this handsome recogni-
tion which once and for all puts
an end t*> all caviling as to the
But 1 - of our exhibit and Mr.
Chip' an- ability and fitness as
our Custodian.
THE CANADIAN NATIONAL
EXHIBITION 11,13.
M >R< INTO CANADA.
Nov. a6th 191 5.
Mr. Howard N. Chipnian
Nassau Bahamas
l).ar Si,-,
^ The jury on awards of the
Canadian N itional Exhibition
li ive a warded to your Govern
men, a (lold Me lal lot the ex-
hibits made al >ur recent Exhi-
bition. In addition to the award
made to your i i tveriinient, our
Board have de ided to semi to
you a bronze replica for the in-
terest and personal attention
which you khv lo installing the
exhihij as they feel that a good
deal o| the BUCCI ss of tlie ,
bil van due to your personal
efforts.
VVe ire se idling the medal to
da\ through Messrs IV kford and
Mia. k.
Yours very truly
Isigm dj
B. ROGERS.
Manager and Secretary,
j
The Imperial Theatre is offer-
ing its patrons an extremely
good programme lo night whi< h
they will do well to go and
enjoy.
Last night's programme was
an excellent one and highly en-
joyed by the audience,
Imperial audiences k; ow a
goo I thing when they see it and
they Me a good thing when tl
go to Imperial.
Misses Eva Mia k. and Rejftil-
la Sand--, Mes lames DruSCllla
h irnpson, Frances K odgers,
Elizabeth Coley, Juli i ihnso 1.4
and infant Florence Wood, -ffi I
Sarah Carey ; Messrs. Fred May-
cock, Wm. Ramsey, Wiltshire
Fergurson,Wilfred 'Moss, Harold
Rodgers, Ishmal Coley, Charles
Johnson, Elisba Moss, Mitchell
Storr, George II Williams,
Reuben \| ickey, William
Deveaux,and Elisn Millet (as)
j
STREET OBSTRUCTION
On Tuesday last, Andrew
urn alleges that while
walking along Bay Street, had
Ins shut badly d ,m iged about
the neck and should r. and his
collar button torn out, by the
Eastern window of the "Iron-
mongery" winch was nut pro-
perl) fasten, d back.
Nassau
13th I December 1913.
The Editor, The Ti ibune
I eai Sir,
. I read from time to tune in
the I ributie items ol ne a i from
I'arii 'i- p| ices in ihe > orld, un-
der tin eading by R li. 1 Tele
gi ip
What I want to know is where
1 items obtained from '
Are they obtained from some
partii ular Radio 11 I graph
Station, il so which ? I )r are they
obtained fr. >m the vai ious pla 1
name.I : \- at present given it
is \,i.;, distinctly vague.
Vmiis
IGNOR WII.'S
Mail Steamer "Vigilancia"
Sailed from New Vorkatjp. m.
on Fi iday m ith S.j passengers
and 7 ,1 barrelscargo.
CABLEGRAMS
Deci mber 13th, 1913
l.on.l 111, 11. Miss Sj Ivia
Pankhurst was re-arn sted to
night at tin-. lose of a meeting
hi Id ni 'In Shi red itch tow n
hall with the object oi forming
a local compan) of "Her peo-
ple s arm)
Tne Motor "Ftances E" arriv-
ed from Miami vest, iday, with
Lumber and Gasoline and tie
b 'li >wing passengers.
Wick, Scotland, 11.The
h) election held m the \\ ick
district yesterday results I in the
governnieni candidate, Kobert
_ Mumo. retaining In; seat by a
larger majorit) than ha 1 1 eived
at the last election.
A new election was rendered
necessary by the appointment Of
I Mr Mnnro as Lord Advocate of
' Scotland.
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i -ii
-Kin* Alfonso and I of this vessel at about seven in | piece of furniture, from kitchen ANNA E RAE
ri >f Spain arrived the morning Byioo'cluck the table to library chairs, was de '
Urit, fl*
Oueen Victi
beja^onight.
leafed thai Ki ig Alfonso is fast
faking the phce in the affections
W Parisians once ocrupiotl
King Edawrd of England.
he cheers of the, fire was beyond conti il.it was
the station in- [realised thai the destrui tion
the ship was inevitable, and the couple.
'S. O. s.' distress signal was and
flashed from the doomed vessel, with
Within an hour io ships had large
., and made b) th comp*" Propriety,. <
icni hands of lliis resourceful The Vo
by
I he h< ay chandeliers
candelabra, ornament< d
i i ai \ e brass domes, with
chains and with quaint
Djblin, u All the trans-
port and dock* >rleers in Dublin
have agreed to resume work,
according to th companies, and
the port, which has beon prac
cally dosed si ice the end of
ibruptly changed their courses border designs; the inlaid piei es
August will be reopened tomor-
row. The situation as far as the
fa ntories in Dublin and the
vicinity are con
is unchanged
B rlin, ti, The Kaisers gov-
ernment is about to defy the
Reichstag again, this time in
connection with the San Fran
cisco Exposition.
The leaders nl the Catholic,
f%tional I il -ral and Prog
iv' Soci Ii t parties, who
bio :ght into to lay the bill ap-
propriating 15 o.ooo for olli-
cial partiripati 11 in the exposi
tjon, have bi en informed that'
and were rushing to the rescue
"Although wireless apparatus
was nol fully developed until
1909, it is estimated th it ovei
5,000 Ii .es had been saved i j
it prior to the burning ol the
'Volturno.' Without the wire
both the'Volturno* and the
Titanic' would probably hav
mad, however, j been noted in marine history
simply as slops that put out to
sea and failed to come into
port'".
>f great artistic value, and 1 1 -
bor saving devices in kitchen
and Ii iindry are their handi-
work,
IMPERIAL
THF.ATKF.
iSaturday's
Special Show
the gi vei
port the
nment
bill.
aii
not
sup
Victoria. 11.
council promul
An order in
ited yesterday
by the British Co umbia govern-
ment prohibit! until1 March
31st (he entry ii o the Province
of all artisans a d labourers.
The reas n f. the action
th i congested < dition of
hour on the Pa | ,,,ist.
is
la-
"VOLTI RNO" RESCUE
LATEST
TRIUMPH OF WIRELESS
"The day of the'mystery <>f the
when a vessel might sad
from 1 ort and never be herd
from again, is p at," says the
December Popular Mechanics
Magazine ii......liusti ited ri
tide discussing he recent "Vol
turno" disaster,
vith the wireh ssequipment,
without huh no vessel is now
1' rmitted to leave any pi ri in
a ch ilized country, a ship.....
2 BISON 101
The Bugle Call
and
His Memiesis
An Accidental
Servant
Her Dress-making
Bills
Live
Georgia
Turkeys
"Juo-f here Per Frances E."
from Miami Fla
Price Is. 6d. lb
Live weight
Call up Phone 163
A Big Show
Doors open 7:15. Commence
o'( lock.
Prices 6l. ') I. IS.
M\I COUPLE PLAN
WD IUII.I) HOMEMADE
HOUSE
Sharing equally the Itardest
labour involved in excavating,
;n carrying and laying brick in plunged downward.
Ll >NG PREDICTED
CATASTRt > 1 111: OCCURS
TO AIRSHIP
( )n Ort. 17. 1013, the newest
and largesl of tli" Zeppelin war
airships, the "I.:." was destroy
eil in mid-air by an explosii >n
while the dirigible was making
a dial irip, preliminary to its
acceptance as flagship of the
new (ieiiii in aeriaI navy. The
disaster, which i9 described in
the Decemb r Popular Merhan-
i< s Magazine, occurred a) J< ha i
nisthal, and the crew, and all
memlx rs ol the admiralt) ti ial
boad, perishes I Spectators watch
ing the maneuvers saw- the bi<^
bag burst int< 1II.one. A moment
later the blazing Framework
When the
shaping concrete rescuers reached the debris, <>f
28 men on board hut one was
found alive and he shortly sue
cumbed. The official report of
Pittsburg and his wife planned, the accident states, a partial
built and decorated an eight- I vacuum due to a new tvpe of
room brick" house, which is a windshield I Mined in Center
model of convenience and of gondola, tucking escaping gas
artistic designing. No outside ] into the gondola, where a mo
help was employed save that a tor spark ignited it. The "I. 2,"
1!"
the
mixing and
and in laying the heavy tiling on
rnattei how isolated, can quick- j the roof, an enterprising teacher
spread the news of disaster or 1 in a manual-training school near
Hie call lor help broadcast over
the sen mid the call is sure ty be
beard by ev< 1 y ship within a ra-
dius of 300 miles. The |at< st
triumph of this n arv< 11 >f modern
si lence took place when the
'Volturno" burned in mid ocean1 plumber and an electrician were was a sister ship of the"l
on October 9, icji3. Fire started caile.l in to conform to the build wrecked in a hurricane in
in the forward pa it of the |hol l ing laws ..f the state. Every North Sea. September atl
1
"Au Bon Marche Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
LADIES Dress Goods, in
f Lustres, S irges Ratines,
white and Coloured Cor-
dings, Crepes, Crepens, M ir-
quisettes, Ben ga lines, Lands-
downes, Spot-Muslins, Em-
broidered Muslins, \'elvets,'
Embroidered I lati stes, Tus-
sore Suitings, Embroidery
Flounoings, (Overall Embroi-
dery and Overall Lace.
Laces and Insertions, Rib-
bons plain an.l fancy Latest
Style Belts lace Collars,
Embroidery Collars.
Ladies white, Black, Pink,
Blue, Heliol rope, and Grey
Silk Stocking
Men's While, Black, Grey,
Navy Blue, Ala e Blue, Helio,
and Green Silk Socks wsth
Silk Ties to m itch
Silk Shirts. Pyj imas
Ladies Superfine Silk Para-
sols, Silk Lvening Scarves,
Beautiful Handbags
I landsome Japanese Gocds
Genuine Irish Linens of all
kinds.
Childreus I losi< ry
DESIRES to inform
and ihe Public
/. uii \ri \s inuiuiw.
SHOKM \KI R
iis Patrons
that he lias
iimovi:! in.hi shirles Street, near
"Kelly's Rakeiy," t>' die Market
Range, City Mai Let, rear of
t",Micei\ Siuie of Mr. Sun Rue,
where he is prepneil to -. i \ e tliein
m prompt lv ind as efficiently Ha in
the past.
See !
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\i Special Line
ol PORTR \l I WORK
for 'In 1st mas,
SANDS, PhotiMjrapher,
B.ty.treet, 1 itv*
Calendars
and cui-A: 1 i\(i FOLDERS
with
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TOYS TOYS TOYS
ENGLISH
ANEW assortment Christmas
I rep Ornaments, is. d"Z.
Cricket Bata is. to 4s. Cricket ni-
is. 6d. to 2s. Rounder Sets is Foot
mils 41. and 6s. Fancy Rubber do.
6d. and is. Metal Soldiers. Tnv
furniture, China, Tea Sol- \ B
C. Blocks, Bread Board's and
Knives.
LOCK WORK TOYS
lick Tack to make children
Sleep .s 6d. Walking men is. 6d.
House Maid Sweeping Is f| f)an.
cing Man is. 6d. Musical Merrv Go
Kound as. Large Motor Busves as.
199 various small Mechanical l*oy]
BASKETS BXSKEIS
Market, Mower, Work, Fancy
Chip Baskets from 3d. to }s. each.
Life size PTash Animals and
large Rubber Polls and Toy-,.
B.\Z\.\R DOLLS
but not l!\Z \AK Prices
We are not having a Raz-mr. so I
sent for a few fine Dressed Dollsas,
to 8s 50 do/rnasstd. Dressed Dolls
moving eves 9d. to is. 6d, Small
Dressed Dolls 3d, to 9 I.
Six cent Toy Counter with 1000
6 cents articles
AMERICAN TOVS
6 cents Toy Counter with 1000
(1 cent Toys
Squeaking Balloons id 10 3d.
\Vire Masks 9d. to is. Papermasks
id. to 6d. Piper Caps and Pistols
3d. to 6d. Whips. Top*. Marhels,
Kitchen Sets. Tubs and Pails, Toy
Sioves, Toy Furniture, Drawing
Slates, Paint Boxes, Drums, Tam-
bourines, Piano-.
Carriages and Carts, all s., ,. ,, \
to 6s. Velocipedes 8<. to n .
HORNS MORNS.
Bahy H urns 2d and 3. F>g Morns
(loud) id. to is. 6,1.
We have not room enrugh todis.
play our Toys, but e have just
what you want and the chwpesl
at
THE KNICK K'WK STORK
30 Market St.
NOTICE (Special)
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
BEST S-k i) Flour at 1 cts. lb.
,. J I aurel Kr-ii.d
2 lb. fin 7 cts.
,, 1 and Storm King
Brand at ;i Cts, lb.
White Granulated Sugai | His
_>l cts, Blown Crystallized
"iil'.i 1 Bl "> CtS, lb
Above Slock just U'i'i c ived
per s s. "Vigilant 1.
Good Quality and I resli.
And I. -t but not least
f^" Pure Jamaica Rum
At 10s. Per Gallon
"Call earlv"
J. L. SAUNDRRS A Co,
^ Dnct .,/! f fhllT,ffit**" ^"r ,''l mther and health for tin baby
IIC31 dllU "wUHHlUl l f0now tho .ise of the 'AUenburys' Foods.
$5 They resemble healthy human milk in composition, nutritive value and di :estibility.
7)jB Babies fed on the "Allenburys" Foods invariably thrive well.
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JjjB From birth to 3 months. From 3 to 6 months. From 6 months upwards. From 10 months upwards.
TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES.
BSsf- Pamphlet "Infant Feeding and Management" sent free.
ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better thar. a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
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\\ II \T about ib.tt
\\ PAN IMA II \ I ol yot ri
It war is rlenuing, Polishing and
Blocking, and no* here in this Cit)
mii you g''t it dune hut -it
I ROM \S I N \BBIF-,
anil at a vi leraie puces
Doesn't mallei how bad w condition
it may l><- in n i in be made .is
grind as new, or b> Her, Remen
he is at
54. '';i> St
l< E A I.
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IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLIAMS
I Ell SHOf M VN
I las just |. c i i \ rd H
I.H (>e consignment of
lioois and .Shoes most
lil w liu li are
SAMPLE LOTS
of i. 2 ai 'I s |i.nis of a
brand Mid si) ! in n 11 izes
which are being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
In many instance* tly discount i*
not Ism than
?.o per cent nn the
REGULAR I'U'I KS
i I lu d-o and coin incej \ our
sell 11i.ii this is .in iiher lot of
those I ,\i i |>I m, 11 U ii-
w hail is i ve \ in, a and then
offered ai
Wll.l.l IMS'
WHOLESALE ANIJ RETAIL
SHOE ESI \H\ ISHMENT.
277, 270 liay-tieet,
NOTICE I
Gasoline
Q I ANDARD Oil C I dene
j sold in quantities of ^ gallons
and upward for one shilling per
gallon it (i 1 rage
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties.
I )i urns may be had with "drum
lots.' subject to reium when empty
Ren the Fifth Cars told !
$1175, less in per cent dis-
Counl f. o. I), f.ir 11 ii y.
Ren I'.us also fur I lire.
I'.ii'M les rented f"r 10- a week.
\nto nobile and bicycle supplies
kept m stm It, 1 'ylindei Oil and
Auto < irease a specialty.
I Hi ni 11 Sell \ou a \eiv com -
nient storage drum with f. in it 1 >
I.' p grisoline, 1 loine and se<
them.
Apply in
J. P. SIMM-;.
(7 Market St.....I.
Nov. 18, 1913.
THF. WORLD'S .11 i.liMl.M
mikes powt rful the name
STANDARD ENGINE.
1
Lloyd's Kegistet shows tins
the powei if the majoiity,
(Jack of the Standard
guarantee is the Stan-
dard Motor Construc-
tion Co ,171 Pine st.,
.I. 1 ,e\ Ci\y, X. .1.
CHAS. E. ALBURY,
Nassau, N. P.
Agent for the Bahamas.
THE \ ISSAU BARG UN
HOUSE
Received by s. i MmmhUIo this
u I; :
a large assortmen :' op
I h \ i i ...(is in extra fine \\ bite
Cotton, I. ol 11 s fine Dress Goods in
Prencli Marquisette, Lioenes,
Poplins, Mr,
(iirls and Men's I Ivercoats
Another 1." Wool Blankets
I.i lies' and C nidi ens Sweaters,
I i' size I liu k Towels ;tt ., I ,
Diaper l'|otli, 1 In Inn's line Silk
Ha's and ( i ps, Ri ibons, Flow era.
Fine While Satin and Marseilles
(^uii's, In ^r s /
A I me Lot Velvet Rugs.
Large floor size Crex Rugs,
Plain thin while Li.iss luinlilers.it
3 I Engraved .. 41.
A large quantity Crockery, V.i->,
large and smal I |*eS I lay-, I 'ic-
lines, and lot* of other goods.
I ' t and largest assortment of
XM \s rOYS A PRESEN IS
III In- hail at the -it" i\'e Moie.
A'so I leadquarters for
Furniture, M stresses. Table
and Red I.men and i BuseFur-
nishing (ioods,
A. F. Moore,
D . 1 11 1 M irkel St.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5111. Cypress
Slii ngles al I9.60 per ihou-
Bitod oi jo bundles
I liscounts 011 lots of over
5txx) shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades also
51'n. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
largo purchase.
Fresh stork arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.


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