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1 H I I t< 1 t V N L IMPERIAL THEATKE Monday Dec. 15 Through Trials to Victory in 3 Reels Oh what a Night Doors open 7:15. Commence 8 o'clock. Prices 6d. gd. is. Vets Crut, 14. — Reports state th.it the rebels have been r inferred by 3000 men and have much the better of the situation. Rear Admiral Fletcher reports tli.it both sid.-s have ruthlessly %  lain all prisoners Me ordered the atrocities to be stopped idler the lebels had hanged sixty five un armed mi n. The admiral adds that five hundred Americans have lie,) 10 the American war vessels in the P.muco River. Mexico City, 14. —Mexico will protest to Washington against the I act inn of Rear Admiral Fletcher in forcing both sides to stipend hostilities. |t is charged that he aided the rebels by indicating the I federals position with liis search lights, and pievented the landing of federal supplies. Vera Cruz. 14.—Spanish refugees from Chihauhau say that General Villa has threatened to drive out all Germani next, and then Ameri. cans. l'ro|,.'(tv of the Spaniards is "lein-' confiscated. covered 2751 miles during the six days. Former record was 2737 miles made in 1908. New York, 14.—Film pictures are now to b* used to aid in tin search for Miss McCann the misssing social worker. Washington, 14.—The exclusion of Japanese, Chinese Hindus and other Asiatic-, also militant sufI fragettes and Industrial Workers j of the World will be provided fcr in the new immigration bill. Live Georgia Turkeys "Just here Per Frances E." from Miami Fla Price Is. 6d. lb Live weight THE STUBBORN BjSS of the MULE is proverbial. Th ugh poverbigl it is a well-known fact that millions of housewives who have tried SUNLIGHT SOAP stubbornly refuse to use anv other. These housewives with SUNLIGHT SOAP as their ally, can look forward to wash-day without dread, for thev are assured of a J quick despatch of all dirt. TRY IT IN YOLR t~' NEXT WASH. t Washington, 14—Senator Root | mule a Sensational attach on the proposed currency bill in the SenHiyesterday declaring thai it lius the basic defects of Mr Bryant lininrial doctrine nnd if pissed miht easily result in an. inflation f credits ,1 ml a record panic disaster, London, 14. —Several suffragett s m-iile a demonstration m Co. v>-nt Garden hist night inn box directly opposite the royal bus wlvre King George and Queen Miry were Kilting. The manageneni quickly ejected the disturber President lVi'i.are h.is iinoITiHnlly discussed with Amhaswidoi lerrick the p issihility "f his p iy. no 1 visit to the United States uring his term of office. Ntw York, 14.\lfnd C> ullet I Australia and I %  •' Piiglri "f Drcoklyn wen(lie winners in the lit bicycle race which ended t ten o'clock Saturdav night al Madison Square Garden Tin learn Call up Phone 136 ANNAE.RAE Proprietress Of The Vogue, ''Au Bon Marche Stores" and Bijou A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM L ADIES Dress Goods, in Lustres, Serges, Ratines white and Coloured Cor-j dings, Crepes, Crepons, Marj quisettes, Bengal ines, Lands' %  downes, Spot-Muslins, Em-j broidered Muslins, Velvets, Embroidered Batistes, Tussore Suitings, Embroidery Flouncings, Overall Embroidery and Overall Lace. Laces and Insertions, Riblinns plain and fancy Latest Style Belts l.ace "Collars, Embroidery Collars. Ladies White, Black, Link, Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey Sills Stockings Men's White, Black, Grey, Navy Blue, Alice Blue, Helio,! and Green Silk Socks with j Silk Ties to match Silk Shirts. Pyjamas I .adieu Superfine Silk Larasols, silk Evening Scarves, Beautiful Handbags Handsome Japanese Gocdt Genuine Irish Linens i f all kinds. Childreus Hosiery THE NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE Received by s. s Manzanillo this week : A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Dry Goodi in extra fine White Cotton, I.-idles'fine Do ss (ioods in French Marquisette, Lioanea, Poplins, etc, Girls and Men's OverCOalS. Another Lot Wool I'.lankets. Ladies'nnd Childrerrl Sweaters, large size Murk Towels at gd Diaper Cloth, Children's Fine Silk tlais and Cape, Ribbons, Flower*. Fme White Satin and Marseilles Quilts, large size. A Fme Lot Velvet Rugs, Large floor size Crex Rugs. Plain thin mrhiteglaas ramblers at 3d En raved „ 4 d. A i rg quantity Crockery, Vases, l.irgi an i small I'ea Trays, Pic tuics. and lots of other goods. Itpst and largest assortment of XM \S TOYS.* PRESENTS to he had at the above Stoie. Also I leadqu.irteis for Furniture, Mattresses, Table and lied Linen and l.ausel'urnishing Goods. A. F*. Moore. Dec. b, 1913. M.uket St. NOTICE Gasoline S TANDARD Oil Co's Gasolene sold in quantities of 5 gallons! and upward for one shilling per gallon at Garage. Bring a Vessel for small qu.intities. Diurns may be had with "drum lots/ Subject to return when empty Reo the Fifth Cars sold at f 1175, less 10 per cent discount f. o. b. factory. Reo Cars also for Mire. Bicycles rented for ics. a week. Automobile and bicycle supplies kept in stock. Cylinder oil and Auto (irease a specialty. Can even sell you a very convenient storage drum with faucit to keep gasoline. Come and see them. Apply to J. P. SIMM'S. 47 Maikei Street. Nov. 18, 191 j. \Y NOTICE I J 11 VI" about that -V PAN IMA II \ I'of yours It warts cleaning. Polishing and Blocking, nnd nowhere m tins City jan you get it done but at THOM \s E. NABBIF., and at a very modeiate pi ices Doesn't m liter how bad a condition it may l>* in it can be made as good as new, or better. Remember he is at 540 Bay Street 4 Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cyp Shingles at Sg.fjoper lm sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5m. Cypress at $6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh Stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNW'NS. m



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Publication Date: Monday, December 15, 1913
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Nvilllus pvddiciiis |urare in verba mn.gistrl.
Being bound lo swervr to the Dogma.* if no Mntlet,
VOL. XI.
Nasiiu, N. P.. Ba.hB.in.vs, Monday, December 13. 1913
No. 21
LEON E. H. DUPI'CH,
Editor and Proprietor
OFFICE 38 44 MAKKKT STKKrT
Naasau N. P., Bai amas.
P. 0. Box li
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
siiiKlcropy ........ Jd
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
single copy ...... id
Week-lv .........4jd
Monthly ........is 4d
Quarterly ........41.
HallYearW .........8.
Veailv .........16s
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Rates:Six pence per line
for first insertion ; three pence per line
for second inseition; and oiiepemiy per
line for subsequent insertions.
Advertisements under tight lines a.
We notice that Tarvi.i is being
applied at tlie foot of Charlotte
Street.
It is being put on hot, made so
in two boilers, of about 45 gallons
capacity, each, mounted on suiln
ble stoves or furnaces, and poured
from pots with rose deliveries.
If
REAL ESTATE SOLD
The property, of the late C. M.
E. Kemp, in Nassnu Com I, was
1 lit to day by the Hon. Joseph
I'r two for 351,
A large number of Sponging
Is 11c in port and a goodly
quantity of sponge is on the Mar-
ket.
Among the passengers from Gov-
ernor's Harbour per mail 9i h mer
'Le.ion'yesierday were Mr. (Editor
of the Tribune) and Mrs. Leon E.
II. Dupuch and infant, anil Miss
Evelyn Dupuch, Mis-, M ludeGiifrtn.
From Uock Sound, Rev. George
L. fvfrom and Miss Sarah Symoa-
etle.
^ FOREIGN Mails per Mail
Steamer "Seguranca" and Mails for
In 11a and Lone Cav will beclos-
ed on Friday 191I1 Deer, at 10 a.m.
INTERINSULAR Mails for Har-
bour Island, Spanish Wells, F.ler-
thera, Andros, Abaco, P.xuma, Long
I., Ragged I., Iliminis and Merry
Islands will be closed on Friday
19th December at 2 p.m.
Note change of Tlione Num-
ber in Advertisement "Live
Georgia Turkeys for Sale."
See "Imperial" Advertisement
for this evening Don't miss
tins show.
Governor's Harbour,
0 cr. 12, 1913
The Editor of lb- Tribune
Dear Sir,
A most incorrect and misleading
iti hi in a letter over the Signa-
ture if ZACK I A UIUNGTON.S
WIFE, ippeared in your paper of
Nov. ioli, one that I wish most
flatly to deny.
I refer to the part which affects
Governor's Harbour, Shessid her
husband was paid in baiter for his
work and charged 4jd. for two
pounds of \o. 3 flour, and 6d. for
cloth that C 01 be (Ought at Nassau
fol 1 I,
I have been in business here all
mv life, and have n-t known such
a thing to exis', only last week
working men and women were paid
for their work at my store and
took up or purchased goods there
at the I 1 I w insi pi ces :
No 1 Flour, Lagloria 2d. per lb,
" 2 Fort Sumpter ijd. "
Browo Su0U 3'l., Whl. Sugar 3Jd.
Grits 3 I. pei qt. Rice 4d. per qt.
etc. etc.
These are our cash prices, and I
doubt thai they can bo bought
cheaper in Nassau.
No. 3 Flour is not imported here
Yours trulv
MERCHANT
INDIFFERENCE TO
DANGER
If the "Titanic'' sank every
week in the year the horror of
even so terrible an event would
shortly lose its force, save only
for immediate relatives and
friends. What happens constant-
ly \vc grow to regard as more or
less inevitable. Scarcely a day
s without motor vehicles
killing one or more persons in
each of our large cities. The
small space devoted to these ac-
cidents in daily papers merely
reflects the apathy which pre-
vails among their readers. When
the first few airmen lost their
lives, whether here or abroad,
columns were devoted to each
event, with full description of
the struggle in the air and min-
utest details of what followed.
Your evening paper to-night
may devote perhaps four or five
lines to record the death of one
or two aviation corps officers.
The local press will devote space
to the accident, but only because
it was strictly home news.
This complacent or at least in-
different view of what passes as
inevitable goes on for a time,
until conditions become so bad
that somebody wakes up and
calls on everybody to stop and
view the awful wreck. Then
there is a chance to improve or
remedy things.
Popular Mechanics
if
DEATH.
WILI lAMS.-Eliza Williams,be-
loved wife of James A. Williams,
Principal Lightkeeper, on Wed-
nesday 15th November 1913., at
Kingston, Jamaica,
She leaves a sorrowing husband,
two sons and a large circle Jof re
latives and friends to mourn their
loss.
A few moip suns shall set
O'er these dark hills of time
And we shall be where suns are not
A fa serener clime.
December 15th 1013.
BY RADIO TELEGRAPH.
Weather Rej ort for 8 p.m. Sun-
day:
Bar. Wind. Force
Nantucket 29.57 S. W. 8 mis.
Atlantic City 29.82 W. 24
Hatteras 30.02 S W. 13
Bermu 1 30.02 N. W. 8
Key West 30.01 E. 8
Winds for Monday and Tuesday,
South Atlantic and East Gulf,
moderate and variable.
Mexico City, 14.The Mexican
war office reports that 5.000 rebels
were killed in rout of their forces
by the federal troops at Tampuo.
It is declared that the rebels were
caught off their guard by two gun-
bonts co-operating with the land
forces.
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1 H I I t< 1 t V N L
IMPERIAL
THEATKE
Monday Dec. 15
Through Trials
to Victory
in 3 Reels
Oh what a Night
Doors open 7:15. Commence 8
o'clock.
Prices 6d. gd. is.
Vets Crut, 14. Reports state
th.it the rebels have been r inferred
by 3000 men and have much the
better of the situation.
Rear Admiral Fletcher reports
tli.it both sid.-s have ruthlessly
lain all prisoners Me ordered the
atrocities to be stopped idler the
lebels had hanged sixty five un
armed mi n. The admiral adds that
five hundred Americans have lie,)
10 the American war vessels in the
P.muco River.
Mexico City, 14. Mexico will
protest to Washington against the
I act inn of Rear Admiral Fletcher
in forcing both sides to stipend
hostilities. |t is charged that he
aided the rebels by indicating the
I federals position with liis search
lights, and pievented the landing
of federal supplies.
Vera Cruz. 14.Spanish refugees
from Chihauhau say that General
Villa has threatened to drive out
all Germani next, and then Ameri.
cans. l'ro|,.'(tv of the Spaniards is
"lein-' confiscated.
covered 2751 miles during the six
days. Former record was 2737 miles
made in 1908.
New York, 14.Film pictures
are now to b* used to aid in tin
search for Miss McCann the misss-
ing social worker.
Washington, 14.The exclusion
of Japanese, Chinese Hindus and
other Asiatic-, also militant suf-
I fragettes and Industrial Workers
j of the World will be provided fcr
in the new immigration bill.
Live
Georgia
Turkeys
"Just here Per Frances E."
from Miami Fla
Price Is. 6d. lb
Live weight
THE STUBBORN BjSS
of the Mule is proverbial. Th ugh poverbigl
it is a well-known fact that millions of housewives
who have tried Sunlight Soap stubbornly refuse
to use anv other. These housewives with
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as their ally, can look forward
to wash-day without dread,
for thev are assured of a
J
quick despatch of all dirt.
TRY IT IN YOLR t~'
NEXT WASH.
t
Washington, 14Senator Root |
mule a Sensational attach on the
proposed currency bill in the Sen-
Hi- yesterday declaring thai it lius
the basic defects of Mr Bryant li-
ninrial doctrine nnd if pissed
miht easily result in an. inflation
f credits ,1 ml a record panic dis-
aster,
London, 14. Several suffraget-
t s m-iile a demonstration m Co.
v>-nt Garden hist night inn box
directly opposite the royal bus
wlvre King George and Queen
Miry were Kilting. The manage-
neni quickly ejected the disturber
President lVi'i.are h.is iinoITi-
Hnlly discussed with Amhaswidoi
lerrick the p issihility "f his p iy.
no 1 visit to the United States
uring his term of office.
Ntw York, 14.- \lfnd C> ullet
I Australia and I ' Piiglri "f
Drcoklyn wen- (lie winners in the
lit bicycle race which ended
t ten o'clock Saturdav night al
Madison Square Garden Tin learn
Call up Phone 136
ANNAE.RAE
Proprietress Of
The Vogue,
''Au Bon Marche Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
LADIES Dress Goods, in ,
Lustres, Serges, Ratines
white and Coloured Cor-j
dings, Crepes, Crepons, Mar- j
quisettes, Bengal ines, Lands- '
downes, Spot-Muslins, Em-j
broidered Muslins, Velvets,
Embroidered Batistes, Tus-
sore Suitings, Embroidery
Flouncings, Overall Embroi-
dery and Overall Lace.
Laces and Insertions, Rib-
linns plain and fancy Latest
Style Belts l.ace "Collars,
Embroidery Collars.
Ladies White, Black, Link,
Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey
Sills Stockings
Men's White, Black, Grey,
Navy Blue, Alice Blue, Helio,!
and Green Silk Socks with j
Silk Ties to match
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
I .adieu Superfine Silk Lara-
sols, silk Evening Scarves,
Beautiful Handbags
Handsome Japanese Gocdt
Genuine Irish Linens i f all
kinds.
Childreus Hosiery
THE NASSAU BARGAIN
HOUSE
Received by s. s Manzanillo this
week :
a large assortment of
Dry Goodi in extra fine White
Cotton, I.-idles'fine Do ss (ioods in
French Marquisette, Lioanea,
Poplins, etc,
Girls and Men's OverCOalS.
Another Lot Wool I'.lankets.
Ladies'nnd Childrerrl Sweaters,
large size Murk Towels at gd ,
Diaper Cloth, Children's Fine Silk
tlais and Cape, Ribbons, Flower*.
Fme White Satin and Marseilles
Quilts, large size.
A Fme Lot Velvet Rugs,
Large floor size Crex Rugs.
Plain thin mrhiteglaas ramblers at
3d En raved ,.....4d.
A i rg quantity Crockery, Vases,
l.irgi an i small I'ea Trays, Pic
tuics. and lots of other goods.
Itpst and largest assortment of
XM \S TOYS.* PRESENTS
to he had at the above Stoie.
Also I leadqu.irteis for
Furniture, Mattresses, Table
and lied Linen and l.ausel'ur-
nishing Goods.
A. F*. Moore.
Dec. b, 1913. M.uket St.
NOTICE !
Gasoline
STANDARD Oil Co's Gasolene
sold in quantities of 5 gallons!
and upward for one shilling per
gallon at Garage.
Bring a Vessel for small qu.inti-
ties.
Diurns may be had with "drum
lots/ Subject to return when empty
Reo the Fifth Cars sold at
f 1175, less 10 per cent dis-
count f. o. b. factory.
Reo Cars also for Mire.
Bicycles rented for ics. a week.
Automobile and bicycle supplies
kept in stock. Cylinder oil and
Auto (irease a specialty.
Can even sell you a very conve-
nient storage drum with faucit to
keep gasoline. Come and see
them.
Apply to
J. P. SIMM'S.
47 Maikei Street.
Nov. 18, 191 j.
\Y
NOTICE
I J 11 VI" about that
-V PAN IMA II \ I'of yours
It warts cleaning. Polishing and
Blocking, nnd nowhere m tins City
jan you get it done but at
THOM \s E. NABBIF.,
and at a very modeiate pi ices
Doesn't m liter how bad a condition
it may l>* in it can be made as
good as new, or better. Remember
he is at
540 Bay Street
4
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cyp
Shingles at Sg.fjoper lm
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5m. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh Stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNW'NS.
m


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