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^ r H li 1 K It i: N li -rr—. Gbe tribune Thursday. Fcbuar> 5. 1914 We would like to put in an earnest plea for tlie exercise of a little more patience with each '•'li i in our | ul.he: life. I he last session of the Legislature was not a pleasant one. Hard words were spoken and good relations were at times ktra ned almost to the breaking point. The Members of the House of Assembly will have to face somproblems this session which will require wise and careful cons, deration, and it will be a pity if personalities should come in i" blur mental vision and hin dcr tire arrival at just decisions, Of course it is to be expected that there will be personal differences as long as the world shall last, and men are not worth their salt who have not strong convictions, or who, having strong convictions fail to express them when need aris. s. But what we aie pleading for is the subordination of private dislikes to the public interest. Now the present session has begun auspiciously. Certain differences are at least held in suspense. We hope it may be seen that they have been' put away altogether. It will he well to abolish the bitterness arising out of the past, so as to be ready to face the problems of the future. JI WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. I lie annual servici s were held i" the various Churches of this island on Sunday. the Missionary Meeting at "Wesley" mi Monday night was inspiring. G. M. Cole, Esq.,was in the Chair. One gratifying feature of the Wesley Meeting of recent years has' been the raising of its tone. The total amount realized during the year for Foreign Missions by the Wesley people reai hed £41. 8.3 I he Meeting at Trinity on I uesday under the Chairman ship of His Excellency the Governor was full of good things, in a short report like this detailed references cannot be m I he speakers were earnest and Poetical, and the Chairman's plea for Christian Unity on the •diviun Ki, |,| Wa8 V( IV timely and appropriate. The total for Trinity is £Hi. q, i. Ebenezer has even gone ahead of Trinity this year with a fine total of £85. 18. 7. When it is considered that in addition to these amounts, which added together reach £"208. 15. 11. something like £"150 has also been raised for the Centenary Fund, the Wesleyan people have good cause for gratification, The Ebenezer Meeting, un dor the g nial control of the new Deputv Speaker of the tb.use of Assembly, W. C. B. Johnson Esq was not lacking in fervour, and the interest of the audience was sustained to the close, when the delighted congregation sang the Doxology after the announcement of the sum raised bv that Church. J Lady Anna Frances Malcolm relict of the late Sir Ormond Drimmie Malcolm, Kt., K.C., a former Chief Justice of the Ba ha mas passed away at her 1 dence o 1 Saturdayevening the list January. I ,ady Malcolm had been in failing health ever since the death <>t Sir Ormond; it was hoped that a visit to the United states made last year would have restored her health but the hope was ivot realized beyond a temporary improvement from which she relapsed into a fail ing state of health which con tinned until death supervened, in the 73rd year of her age V a member "f St. Andrew Presbyterian Church she was Affectionately regarded by the other members. She w is H c< inspi :uous figure in the Imperial Order ol the 1 Uiuijliters ol the Empire being at the l hue of her death the first Regent of the National Chapn r of the Bahamas. There were a large number of persons at the funeral including their Excellencies the Governor and Mir. Haddon.Smifh. The Presbyterian Service was held at the house by the Rev. S. J. Bennett. Pastor of St. An drews Presbyterian Church, and the sei vice <>f the Church of England at the grave in St Mattlu-w Churchyard by The Bishop of Nassau. The |*i ibune" respectfully tenders its sympathy to the be. reaved family. We JJsaw this morning quantity <>f Sisal Hope mrfnu factored from Bahamian Sisal at St. .lames City, Florida whence it was imported per S. homier "Rol ertsand Russell" We would ask our readers if we have an) use F01 Sisal Rope whv should we not manufacture it ourselves: Will an\ body tell us why? The Schooner "Louise F. arrived yesterday from Jacksonville with a cargo of lumber and shingles. The Schoonei "Sarah E. Douglass" arrived yesterday from Miami with a cargo of lumber and shingles and n pass ngi rs Mrs. Pat -e Cash ; M rs Samuel Young, John Winter. Kiln ah I l'i Rolle Thomas \'o Henry Forbs, James Cash, Azariah McKenzie, Damel Butler, and Joseph Mounier. The Mail Steamer "Miami" arrived this morning from Miami with 28 passengi rs namely. Misses ('. Crane, and F. II ill ; Mrs. Maria Wood; Mr. and Mrs. P. B Chare, Mr. and \l-s. F. M. Crane and child, Vlr. and Mrs. \. Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Rich, a id Mi and Mis. |. I,. Kilwortli ; Messrs (i. W. Hill. G. S, Harnitt, VV. IV Frost, and F. G. Smith. Mesdames Elizabeth Milh 1, Nettie Johnson, and Celeste Clark : Messrs William Wilson. M. A Clark, David K. Clark, and R. Romulus. The Motor "Francis E" left \ 1 sterd i\ morning for Miami with the following pas n Misses Euterpe Adderley, l.s'. He Butler, Minerva Runier, Juha Rumer, and Agnes \i lines Georgians Rumer, 1 lementina Pierce, Annie Ar .-her, Rachel O'Brien. Clara Smith, and Catharine Williams, Vli -s. Alfred Adderley William Strai han, Thomas Varance, Geo. Adderlev, Theoph'lou? Taylor. Isaac Taylor, Thomas Mel.'iid, Ilemy Polhi mus, Clan lius Rnile, Theophilous Rolle, Elijah Morley, Henry Sturrup, Anselm Lightbourne, Arthur Rolle, Adolphous Poitii 1 Melvin Davis, Samuel Farquharson, Clifton Farquharson, Evangelist Farquharson, Eleager Farquharson, Caleb Farqu harson, Henry Farquharson, Thomas Farquharson, Thaddeus Farquharson, Elijah Farquharson, James II. Farquharson, Hermos Farquharson, Urias But ler.Sylvanus Delaveaux, Ruben Darling, Ezekiel IV'takins, and Reuben Mackey, Masters Stamford Rume*| Al fred Archer, and Clifford 1 ean, (47) The mail steamer •'Miami' steamed for Miami this afternoon, N \\ Reels w 1 1 e reci 1 ved by the Management of the Imperial Theatre this morning, as the Advertisement of to night's entertainment, in another 1 olumn will show. The Synopsis of one of the Reels, that will be presented tiiis evening, folh >v* s. To monow evening 1 lere will I 1 .. % %  ithei ; ei ial -and first class Show. Don't 1111 IS • ith'T. The Tourist And The Flowei 1 ml. Hany and i.' 1 are college chums. Lee pr 'p > %  %  $ to Ins cousin, Lois I tit slu 1 '.its bun off. Harry, who is spending some time in California as a tourist, o'''' day I 1 walk. Lois sees him, and li -'ii with handsome si n ng T. 1 nd throws him a rose. He wonders where it came from. Later he buys some flowers. Lois 1 s determined to know I Iany, and pays a flower girl to let her wear her 1 ",i;, and hat and sell her flow* rs, Lois sees Marry and offers him hei rosi s. He is 1 astl y at Irai ted to her, Lois in I in es the flowei girl to let In r take her place foi sevi ral daj d 1 larrv and Loi lummy. Harry discovers the de :e| ition, and hnhes the real flower girl • 1 -how him where Lois 11 -s es. Bribing the butler, he is asks Lee to go shopping for hi r. Harry's awl vardm ^ at serving te 1 1 auses Lois mother to sold him. The de nands 1 >f the real butler for m ney t > hank > nuses ii delay, and 1 lorry 1 II again. I • % % %  1 1 mes and recognizes Harry through Ins disguise. The two college youths then sei upon the tipsy butler and trounce liiro. Explanations cleai theway for Harry's formal introduction to Mamma, who looks amiably upon 1 larrj'* suit. PEOPLE WILL GET TIRF.D. la horary Slid, 1QI-4, To the Editor of the Tribune. 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I K I i. N !. in (he ( h\ "f Nassau w hetlier they have be< n asleep with i i" the i" i MI hers during the • < w Ive years, if i hev have we hope thai they will w ike up, and Hi i' oui new Inspector, Mr. Mould* r will do Ins best to see thai ome of the Puhlic School Teachers on the out islands gel a removal this year For instance, the Teai hers of I Span is VVi I Is and II' I own Schools have I >een at the ttlemenl I •twelve d m'l you think that they would be inclined to desii i' n r.\ We will tl i refi >n the matter in the hands of oui m w Insp feeling i lent thai he. will do tli i t thing and will Bei that it is no) w i %  •_ t< > keep a teacher al the same Bel tlemenl for so li nig a | M rii d as i %  irs. Yours, ALL'S WELL 1 II \ i I'M' \\ I.I.I. CABLI 'RAMS Li eds, | The An %  rican Ambnssadi >r, Page, to day visited Leeds as the cuesl of the Lord M iyi i I l< was entertained by t 'l.i eds Luncheon Club and % %  ike briefly. The I Inited States. he dei lared, sin erely desired t!i it Mej ii sh> MINI !> %  govei i only by its i >wn | >e< >ple. I ie acquisition i f Mexican teri I'I iry w a • en tirelv opp< ised lo the \ni' i ic in pi iln\. I tuan, ;. Moorish tribesman Buffered very heavy losses in a battle with a column "f Spanish troo|>s la >l l*i iday to the s> >uth of this town. I he Spanish for i \ ere also severely sfricki rv London, j. -John Redmond and Augustine hirrell were clo seti d with I m: iei Asquith al his office in I downing Street this afternoon. It was understood that the g< >\ ei iment had • letei mined to make am >thei efforl ti i i nciliate I lister before hei debates in Parliament fan into flame the admittedly dangerous Bit nation in the northern pro \ ince ol Ireland. Capetown, 3.A bill to indemnify tin govei iiment foi .ill its arts under martial law and prohibiting the return <>f the strike leaders n cently deported, Lvas introduced in the assembly io day and passed its fust reading. I London 3.—Nothing is known %  at the Western Union oflici s t a separation of the Western I n ion and Rngl sh r ible companies ni 1 %  soon b Force 1. It is said that ill-' st ckholders of the two English companies are thoroughly satisfied with the arrangement by which the cbles are leased to the Western Union Companv. Berlin, 3 Prof. Glatzell nf B< rlin anmmi' es to night that I'i' if. I\i r is s leninm method "f graphing phoi igraphs was recently to a poinl %  • 1 .11 highh proh ibli it I Ira nission of pit tures b\ vires across the .\ilantic will be accomplishe 1 ihiyear. London, 3 Vale I Iniversity : 11 its to 'X' t of $50 ', 1 0 under the will of Lord Stratheona. I .ondon, ; I he first performance of Parsifal in England, at Covenl Garden last night, atli idistingu : audii I e demam fi %  • %  /as such thai the t e li ould have Id MII twenty times A long li st of notabilities was presi nt. New York, 3 A country wide in ten si has been amused in the proposed around the e ol miiti 11 ihiven air craft in co 1 I lie Pa nani i 1 'ncific Exposition. N i tions.il w as Ie irm d yesterday w ei %  nip lei w a\ foi the selecl ion of an intei naiional • commission eai h ni the c<>unl i ies oa the route of the race. The King of ( i reat Britain, the President of France, the German Emperor The Emperor "I Japan, The Prernierof British Columbia and President of the I Inited States v\ ill be asked to nanathe commissioners. BY RADIO TELEGRAPH I %  ; uary 5th MI |. ('losing Si''ik quota I i"iis Am 11 t ''pi er --1 / / H 11 .\ i '. 94' 'in. P i. *> 8t. Paul mi.; New Voik i*"-nii. i ni 1 '• nun. 113} Re..tin.K %  6fij % %  ,.. PlC. 93 I'm HI 1 "i". f Steel New V ii k, |. -In tin; sup erne court, Brooklyn, today, Joseph Cassidy, formi r Democratic "Boss" of Queens County, \v.-is ten ten ed t<> not less than one year in n more than |8 months impii -oiiuiant in Singsing and to pa\ a f'ne of one thousand dollars Ex Congressman Willett received the s ime sentence and Louis T. Walter who acted i between was sentenced to three months imprisonment and to pay a fine of $i.ooo. 1 e sentences followed conviction for the sale of a judgeship. New York, \ Ex-Congressman Naumtaner and Ins hrotlier who plead guilty to smuggling of a pearl were lined one thousand dollars each and to serve six months in jail. The jail len'-e howevi r was suspended. Edinburgh, 4.—The arson squad of the militant suffrage! tes sel lire to lie' Abernchill Castle an I Ross louse at P irth shire ti >d ly. The castle was destroyed A house at St. All : owned by the vice presid 'nt of the anti-suffragettes Ie igue ol Edinburgh was also burned. Lima, 4. A military company today completely overthrew the Peruvian government and brought about the resignation of the President. < ieneral rand leader of the r< volu tionists occupii 9 the palace an 1 is expected to form a new government. London. 4. — Another at tempi t'> assassinate King Alfonso of Spain was reported in financial cin lei Ie re this afteinoon. The Spanish I"mbass\ had no news ol tiie allegi d occurrence and discredits the rum. ui 5. Washington, 4.—Instructions u ere sent today to f nited States Customs agents along the Mexic ni border notifying them of President Wilsons proclamation lifting the embargo on exportation of arms into M Jtico. <; ivernment officials do not antii ip it.any trouble as a result ie presidents proclamation. It is said that I luerta intends t< ime an attitude of indifference Berlin. 4.In a spee< h before parliament today the Foreign .Minister said that Anglo 1 iennan peace was"Very pood." Tins utterance is the stsongesl iflicial charactci ization of the relations between the two coun tries that has been expressed in 1 v< ars. ——^——— —~—~—^^—^— NO 1 Iv t. I 'HIS is to inform my P.Iron1 and the Public in < ieneral that 1 have opened my Public \ Black Smith Shop; HIHI am now ready to do uiiyihiiij in the line "l General repair 01 nrw work Horne| Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. I'luyler, Bay Street. East ( W harf' Notice A LL peis ms are hereby ordered by the Board of Health to have their yards a • lots thoroughly cleaned, an 1 have all rubbish, old cans, boi ties, etc., removed therefro' before February 28th, i'i Accumulations of rubbish pl.1 '.d at the sides of streets und this onler. will be removed Hi the Public expense until th • date mentioned ; but after thsi date. viz. : February 28th, all persons who have failed to Co ply with this order, will be com pelled to remove their accumu lations to the dumping ground at their own expense, and W i in addition, be liable to pros' cution. Bv order of the Board of Health | WIKS II. KNOVVLES, Clerk to the Hoard 38th January 1911IMPERIAL THEATRE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914. New Reels THE I'OrRISTAND THE ELOWER GIRL (A Hex, A DAUGHTER OF VIRGINIA A Southern Romance THE ONE WHO HAS TO PAY (Eeclair) 4 Reels—6d. 91I. is. ST MATTHEW'S GRAND BAZAAR IN RECTORY & GROUNDS His Excellency the Governor of The Bahamas has kindly consented to open the Bazaar at 3 p. in. WORK -by the members of the Congregation 00 Sale. TEA SUPPER AMUSEMENTS / PIC'I UREGALLERY We would appreciate EVERYONE S presence ir help at 3 p. m, TUESDAY next at ST, MATTHEWS RECTORY



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11 IE 1 K 1 I N L lnfabstention. Thnre nrp SO | m t tend topei petu ate tho li ibil i t it red ef. f"M m l much constancy <>l racter tc disentangli oneself from, the hounds cf custom. Even a half-hearted practise is of value. He who would tmt lie a propa gandist m iv prefer to remain on the border line between the reform >-> .mil th( ' '' of high living, ^s meat is t ex| will a< cru •. V• %  n things grate upon me mo:., than several oil haps in'.aiis. fre'lii' n'tly in my sight. Putt ''"Ism the Fi 'i in n! II ik "big** I s ; i skilful rli i ire tn si !l i lot ol under t lie gu ie ll nutriment i I the like, but tl the lal -I iiini\ I ., %  . trie many null ip.irts of buttermiIk thai are • to the pigs annually. \ oil is physiologic i II) PJU ter in all respects. Butli rmilk tli'' othei hand, ci t ill thit in milk is vital, I i ph i etc would make brain I children. V< l hutti rmilk iii to the pigs to i ike I.ml ol Every quart of butti %  milk jiven to the jii^'s is a blot on I • t humaniI v. M. P. ; ,: i Special Bargains • I I I \RI V \ RMl >URS [I VMS lling .it J i pnt ]' it |0 C nl pel Ro] AT THE ROYAL STORE. THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT of the GIRAFFI is remarkable, but the abnormal development of the demand for SCNLIGHI SOAP is still more remarkable. It i~a I ki >wn how many people have ever ecu a Giraffe, but it is known that there are millions and millions <>t careful housewives all over the world using Sunlight SoapH These hou V-: £ the a, 'vent of wash\i IGH r SOAP i I ired i t a qu i.l un< li iH i TRY IT IN N E X I W A S %  ; SAI. '•' A I, J. C. COAKLEVS Peni^'Cigar ••Ladystnith Brand' 7; is better than a 2d. Ciga ewhere. Try one a'nd be convince of Its excellent quality. e Gasolin S TAND I'S G/. IN E. S %  %  i M wit h I . ERS 0 ": r|l*iieP m in % %  £ ^ .1. L.SAUNDERS .v I I. !„,„,, Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Streei FRESH VI' ,1 I'Mil I si 1 I's \LSO llli L'Cr AND RADK Thn Winh r Sea: \t ll. KI MP, I )i I i IV'. I '. : FOR SALE j -* 11 1 in 1 ha i in t* etc. an'l MUN'RO AMOR" [•".an l'.i;. Stre t. ANNA E.RAE Proprietress Of The Vo£:: "All Bon Msirche Stor and E A LAROF. ASSORTMENT TO SELECT rKOM L AI >IKS Dr Ci ;. id C red On ions, M ;) %  S, S[)l •' Musi I t >roidered Mu>lins, \ Embr ii I i '<1 Batiste I sore Suitings, Embroidery I ouncings, Overall Embroidery and Ovi mil I and Inset lions, Rib.is plain and fan Lai Belts I %  Co I ibroidi rv Ci tiki I |i White, Black, Pink, Blu H and ( i Silk St Men %  Whil B Gre; v Blue, Alii H Helio, and ( ii i n Silk %  w illi Silk Ties t' i matt li i. Pyjai LadiesSuperfine Silk ParaAGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOES. \ \ li.i.l \ %  \\ I ill-. SIIOEMXN Hiri eived .i %  I IIM.I LOIS %  SURPRMN' il '. CHEAP: In many i I he kiv il'l. \\i I'RI ES • i • i %  .. %  |/ n .i. list w Inch i v A aiil t h< n red at WILLIAMWill tl K-\I.K \X\l RET Ml. Sill %  M'l l-IIMI \ I*. 27; 7 >, Kay-Mi' "'. Gasoline (J I \ .! '\L! I / I 5 %  1 %  11 I with K'. n the Fi 'I at .1 ills. Ipl I \ U t <> ( 11 IV. onvfi ith laurit *i ie and I \{>ply io 1. P. SIMMS, !S Shingle: \\ I \n. 1 11 .ii 1 ,m. t'< Shingles Ihou sand ol bundli Discounts on lots "I 1 >vei lingles. Special Price on alsc I press al $6.' 2 per W lineofHiali ] lM ,, if _,,, bundles. Thi ,;' %  %  • '' R made possible by a verj -, l 1.1 1 < 1 RF.MKMBF.R.I No home w,\s. or -r\n be com plel without "Music" 1 .;.; %  • 1 %  :i 1 I'I-.I %  : ll n nt ] \e\ us • nd one "I these mstiu, [i dm ii In.in factory In ynui li j trial. Ahsolutel) Silk Evening Scarves, I RI \%  ••> rh::::;V'".::T,!:.'' > %  ".'; l; tutiful Handbags Handsome Japant si I ii teds 11 nuine Irish Linens of all kinds, 1,1; inslrumei.ti ami trims ore i... |3e| in the Wm Id. THE R1S1 "G SI \\: Dill. 1 Strcel \V. F. W. & Co pur hase. rriving every 1 ek. C. C. SAUNDERj R I. il, Initsiwli, I v 1 1 1st v.i 11 preach • I 111,n %  .1 %  7 "'' ''"'' in the 1 1 |MI 11, ill on DoNvdew "io near Victoria Avmue. All Welcome, -L



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Publication Date: Thursday, February 05, 1914
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Gbe tribune
Thursday. Fcbuar> 5. 1914
We would like to put in an
earnest plea for tlie exercise of
a little more patience with each
''li i in our | ul.he: life.
I he last session of the Legis-
lature was not a pleasant one.
Hard words were spoken and
good relations were at times
ktra ned almost to the breaking
point.
The Members of the House of
Assembly will have to face som-
problems this session which will
require wise and careful cons,
deration, and it will be a pity
if personalities should come in
i" blur mental vision and hin
dcr tire arrival at just decisions,
Of course it is to be expected
that there will be personal dif-
ferences as long as the world
shall last, and men are not
worth their salt who have not
strong convictions, or who, hav-
ing strong convictions fail to
express them when need aris. s.
But what we aie pleading for
is the subordination of private
dislikes to the public interest.
Now the present session has
begun auspiciously. Certain
differences are at least held in
suspense. We hope it may be
seen that they have been' put
away altogether. It will he
well to abolish the bitterness
arising out of the past, so as to
be ready to face the problems
of the future. *
ji
WESLEYAN MISSIONARY
SOCIETY.
I lie annual servici s were held
i" the various Churches of this
island on Sunday.
the Missionary Meeting at
"Wesley" mi Monday night was
inspiring. G. M. Cole, Esq.,was
in the Chair. One gratifying
feature of the Wesley Meeting
of recent years has' been the
raising of its tone. The total
amount realized during the year
for Foreign Missions by the
Wesley people reai hed 41. 8.3
I he Meeting at Trinity on
I uesday under the Chairman
ship of His Excellency the Gov-
ernor was full of good things,
in a short report like this detail-
ed references cannot be m
I he speakers were earnest and
Poetical, and the Chairman's
plea for Christian Unity on the
diviun Ki, |,| Wa8 V(.IV timely
and appropriate. The total for
Trinity is Hi. q, i.
Ebenezer has even gone ahead
of Trinity this year with a fine
total of 85. 18. 7. When it is
considered that in addition to
these amounts, which added to-
gether reach "208. 15. 11. some-
thing like "150 has also been
raised for the Centenary Fund,
the Wesleyan people have good
cause for gratification,
The Ebenezer Meeting, un
dor the g-nial control of the
new Deputv Speaker of the
tb.use of Assembly, W. C. B.
Johnson Esq was not lacking
in fervour, and the interest of
the audience was sustained to
the close, when the delighted
congregation sang the Doxology
after the announcement of the
sum raised bv that Church.
j
Lady Anna Frances Malcolm
relict of the late Sir Ormond
Drimmie Malcolm, Kt., K.C., a
former Chief Justice of the Ba
ha mas passed away at her 1
dence o 1 Saturdayevening the
list January.
I ,ady Malcolm had been in
failing health ever since the
death <>t Sir Ormond; it was
hoped that a visit to the United
states made last year would
have restored her health but the
hope was ivot realized beyond a
temporary improvement from
which she relapsed into a fail
ing state of health which con
tinned until death supervened,
in the 73rd year of her age
V a member "f St. Andrew -
Presbyterian Church she was
Affectionately regarded by the
other members.
She w is h c< inspi :uous figure
in the Imperial Order ol the
1 Uiuijliters ol the Empire being
at the l hue of her death the
first Regent of the National
Chapn r of the Bahamas.
There were a large number
of persons at the funeral includ-
ing their Excellencies the Gov-
ernor and Mir. Haddon.Smifh.
The Presbyterian Service was
held at the house by the Rev.
S. J. Bennett. Pastor of St. An
drews Presbyterian Church, and
the sei vice <>f the Church of
England at the grave in St
Mattlu-w Churchyard by The
Bishop of Nassau.
The |*i ibune" respectfully
tenders its sympathy to the be.
reaved family.
We JJsaw this morning
quantity <>f Sisal Hope mrfnu
factored from Bahamian Sisal
at St. .lames City, Florida
whence it was imported per
S. homier "Rol ertsand Russell"
We would ask our readers if
we have an) use F01 Sisal Rope
whv should we not manufac-
ture it ourselves: Will an\
body tell us why?
The Schooner "Louise F.
arrived yesterday from Jack-
sonville with a cargo of lumber
and shingles.
The Schoonei "Sarah E. Dou-
glass" arrived yesterday from
Miami with a cargo of lumber
and shingles and n pass ngi rs
Mrs. Pat.....-e Cash ; M rs
Samuel Young, John Winter.
Kiln ah I l'i Rolle
Thomas \'o Henry Forbs,
James Cash, Azariah McKenzie,
Damel Butler, and Joseph
Mounier.
The Mail Steamer "Miami"
arrived this morning from Miami
with 28 passengi rs namely.
Misses ('. Crane, and F.
II ill ; Mrs. Maria Wood;
Mr. and Mrs. P. B Chare, Mr.
and \l-s. F. M. Crane and child,
Vlr. and Mrs. \. Bartlett, Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Rich, a id Mi
and Mis. |. I,. Kilwortli ; Messrs
(i. W. Hill. G. S, Harnitt, VV.
IV Frost, and F. G. Smith.
Mesdames Elizabeth Milh 1,
Nettie Johnson, and Celeste
Clark : Messrs William Wilson.
M. A Clark, David K. Clark,
and R. Romulus.
The Motor "Francis E" left
\ 1 sterd i\ morning for Miami
with the following pas n
Misses Euterpe Adderley,
l.s'. He Butler, Minerva Runier,
Juha Rumer, and Agnes \i
lines Georgians Rumer,
1 lementina Pierce, Annie Ar
.-her, Rachel O'Brien. Clara
Smith, and Catharine Williams,
Vli -s. Alfred Adderley William
Strai han, Thomas Varance,
Geo. Adderlev, Theoph'lou?
Taylor. Isaac Taylor, Thomas
Mel.'iid, Ilemy Polhi mus,
Clan lius Rnile, Theophilous
Rolle, Elijah Morley, Henry
Sturrup, Anselm Lightbourne,
Arthur Rolle, Adolphous Poitii 1
Melvin Davis, Samuel Farqu-
harson, Clifton Farquharson,
Evangelist Farquharson, Elea-
ger Farquharson, Caleb Farqu
harson, Henry Farquharson,
Thomas Farquharson, Thaddeus
Farquharson, Elijah Farquhar-
son, James II. Farquharson,
Hermos Farquharson, Urias But
ler.Sylvanus Delaveaux, Ruben
Darling,
Ezekiel IV'takins, and Reuben
Mackey,
Masters Stamford Rume*| Al
fred Archer, and Clifford 1 ean,
(47) ______
The mail steamer 'Miami'
steamed for Miami this after-
noon,
N \\ Reels w 1 1 e reci 1 ved by
the Management of the Imperial
Theatre this morning, as the
Advertisement of to night's en-
tertainment, in another 1 olumn
will show. The Synopsis of one
of the Reels, that will be pre-
sented tiiis evening, folh >v* s.
To monow evening 1 lere will
I 1 .. ithei ; ei ial -and first class
Show. Don't 1111 IS ith'T.
The Tourist And The Flow-
ei 1 ml. Hany and i.' 1 are col-
lege chums. Lee pr 'p > $ to Ins
cousin, Lois I tit slu 1 '.its bun
off. Harry, who is spending
some time in California as a
tourist, o'''' day I 1 walk.
Lois sees him, and li -'ii with
handsome si n ng t. 1 nd
throws him a rose. He wonders
where it came from. Later he
buys some flowers. Lois 1 s de-
termined to know I Iany, and
pays a flower girl to let her
wear her 1 ",i;, and hat and sell
her flow* rs,
Lois sees Marry and offers
him hei rosi s. He is 1 astl y at
Irai ted to her, Lois in I in es the
flowei girl to let In r take her
place foi sevi ral daj d 1 lar-
rv and Loi lummy.
Harry discovers the de :e| ition,
and hnhes the real flower girl
1 -how him where Lois 11 -s es.
Bribing the butler, he his unifoi m, tell I maid
that he has taken the regular
butler's plai e as the latter is
I Lois and the 1 seudo but-
ler meet in the garden, and ob
serving thnt L< e 1- j- a Ions, I .< >is
asks Lee to go shopping for hi r.
Harry's awl vardm ^ at ser-
ving te 1 1 auses Lois mother to
sold him. The de nands 1 >f the
real butler for m ney t >
hank > nuses ii delay, and 1 lorry
1 II again. I. 1 1 mes
and recognizes Harry
through Ins disguise. The two
college youths then sei upon
the tipsy butler and trounce liiro.
Explanations cleai theway for
Harry's formal introduction to
Mamma, who looks amiably
upon 1 larrj'* suit.
PEOPLE WILL GET TIRF.D.
la horary Slid, 1QI-4,
To the Editor of the Tribune.
Sir
We, the Public, would like
to ask our Board of Education
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I K I i.
N !.
in (he ( h\ "f Nassau w hetlier
they have be< n asleep with i -
' i" the i" i mi hers during the
< w Ive years, if i hev have
we hope thai they will w ike
up, and Hi i' oui new Inspector,
Mr. Mould* r will do Ins best to
see thai ome of the Puhlic
School Teachers on the out is-
lands gel a removal this year
For instance, the Teai hers of
I Span is VVi I Is and II'
I own Schools have I >een
at the ttlemenl I
twelve d m'l you think
that they would be inclined to
desii i' n r.\ We will
tl i refi >n the matter in
the hands of oui m w Insp
feeling i lent thai he.
will do tli i t thing and will
Bei that it is no) w i -_ t<> keep a
teacher al the same Bel tlemenl
for so li nig a | m rii d as i .
irs.
Yours,
ALL'S WELL 1 II \ i I'M'
\\ I.I.I.
CABLI 'RAMS
Li eds, | The An rican Am-
bnssadi >r, Page, to day visited
Leeds as the cuesl of the Lord
M iyi i I l< was entertained by
t 'l.i eds Luncheon Club and
- ike briefly. The I Inited States.
he dei lared, sin erely desired
t!i it Mej ii sh> miNI !> govei i
only by its i >wn | >e< >ple.
I ie acquisition i f Mexican ter-
i i'i iry w a en tirelv opp< ised lo
the \ni' i ic in pi iln\.
I tuan, ;. Moorish tribesman
Buffered very heavy losses in a
battle with a column "f Spanish
troo|>s la >l l*i iday to the s> >uth
of this town. I he Spanish for -
i \ ere also severely sfricki rv
London, j. -John Redmond
and Augustine hirrell were clo
seti d with I m: iei Asquith al
his office in I downing Street this
afternoon. It was understood
that the g< >\ ei iment had letei
mined to make am >thei efforl ti i
i nciliate I lister before hei
debates in Parliament fan into
flame the admittedly dangerous
Bit nation in the northern pro
\ ince ol Ireland.
Capetown, 3.- A bill to in-
demnify tin govei iiment foi .ill
its arts under martial law and
prohibiting the return <>f the
strike leaders n cently deported,
Lvas introduced in the assembly
io day and passed its fust read-
ing.
I London 3.Nothing is known
at the Western Union oflici s
t.....'....."......................
a separation of the Western I n
ion and Rngl sh r ible compan-
ies ni 1 soon b Force 1. It is said
that ill-' st ckholders of the
two English companies are
thoroughly satisfied with the ar-
rangement by which the cbles
are leased to the Western Union
Companv.
Berlin, 3 Prof. Glatzell nf
B< rlin anmmi' es to night that
I'i' if. I\i r is s leninm method "f
graphing phoi igraphs was
recently to a
poinl 1 .11 highh
proh ibli it I Ira nission
of pit tures b\ vires across the
.\ilantic will be accomplishe 1
ihi- year.
London, 3 Vale I Iniversity
: 11 its to 'X' t of $50 ',
1 0 under the will of Lord
Stratheona.
I .ondon, ; I he first perfor-
mance of Parsifal in England,
at Covenl Garden last night, at-
li idistingu : audii
I e demam fi /as such
thai the t e li ould have
Id mii twenty times
A long li st of notabilities was
presi nt.
New York, 3 A country
wide in ten si has been amused
in the proposed around the
e ol miiti 11 ihiven air
craft in co 1 I lie Pa
nani i 1 'ncific Exposition. N
i tions.il w as Ie irm d yesterday
w ei ' nip lei w a\ foi the selecl ion
of an intei naiional commission
eai h ni the c<>unli ies oa the
route of the race.
The King of (ireat Britain,
the President of France, the
German Emperor The Emperor
"I Japan, The Prernierof British
Columbia and President of the
I Inited States v\ ill be asked to
nana- the commissioners.
BY RADIO TELEGRAPH
I ; uary 5th mi |.
('losing Si''ik quota Ii"iis
Am 11 t ''pi er --1 / / H
11 .\ i '. 94'
'in. P i. *>
8t. Paul mi.;
New Voik i*"-nii. i ni
1 ' nun. 113}
Re..tin.K 6fij
-,.. PlC. 93
I'm hi 1 "i".
f Steel !
New V ii k, |. -In tin; sup erne
court, Brooklyn, today, Joseph
Cassidy, formi r Democratic
"Boss" of Queens County, \v.-is
ten ten ed t<> not less than one
year in n more than |8 months
impii-oiiuiant in Singsing and
to pa\ a f'ne of one thousand
dollars Ex Congressman Wil-
lett received the s ime sentence
and Louis T. Walter who acted
i between was sentenced to
three months imprisonment and
to pay a fine of $i.ooo. 1 e
sentences followed conviction
for the sale of a judgeship.
New York, \ Ex-Congress-
man Naumtaner and Ins hrotlier
who plead guilty to smuggling
of a pearl were lined one thou-
sand dollars each and to serve
six months in jail. The jail
len'-e howevi r was suspended.
Edinburgh, 4.The arson
squad of the militant suffrage!
tes sel lire to lie' Abernchill
Castle an I Ross louse at P irth
shire ti >d ly. The castle was de-
stroyed A house at St. All
: owned by the vice presid 'nt of
the anti-suffragettes Ie igue ol
Edinburgh was also burned.
Lima, 4. A military com-
pany today completely over-
threw the Peruvian government
and brought about the resigna-
tion of the President. < ieneral
rand leader of the r< volu
tionists occupii 9 the palace an 1
is expected to form a new gov-
ernment.
London. 4. Another at tempi
t'> assassinate King Alfonso of
Spain was reported in financial
cin lei Ie re this afteinoon. The
Spanish I"mbass\ had no news
ol tiie allegi d occurrence and
discredits the rum. ui 5.
Washington, 4.Instructions
u ere sent today to f nited States
Customs agents along the Mexi-
c ni border notifying them of
President Wilsons proclama-
tion lifting the embargo on ex-
portation of arms into M Jtico.
<; ivernment officials do not an-
tii ip it.- any trouble as a result
ie presidents proclamation.
It is said that I luerta intends t<
ime an attitude of indiffer-
ence
Berlin. 4.- In a spee< h be-
fore parliament today the For-
eign .Minister said that Anglo
1 iennan peace was"Very pood."
Tins utterance is the stsongesl
iflicial charactci ization of the
relations between the two coun
tries that has been expressed in 1
v< ars.
' ^~~^^^
NO 1 Iv t.
' I 'HIS is to inform my P.Iron-
1 and the Public in < ieneral
that 1 have opened my Public \
Black Smith Shop; hihI am now ,
ready to do uiiyihiiij in the line "l
General repair 01 nrw work Horne|
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. I'luyler,
Bay Street. East (Wharf'
Notice
ALL peis ms are hereby or-
dered by the Board of
Health to have their yards a '
lots thoroughly cleaned, an 1
have all rubbish, old cans, boi
ties, etc., removed therefro'
before February 28th, i'i
Accumulations of rubbish pl.1
'.d at the sides of streets und
this onler. will be removed Hi
the Public expense until th
date mentioned ; but after thsi
date. viz. : February 28th, all
persons who have failed to Co
ply with this order, will be com
pelled to remove their accumu
lations to the dumping ground
at their own expense, and W i
in addition, be liable to pros'
cution.
Bv order of the Board of Health
| WIKS II. KNOVVLES,
Clerk to the Hoard
38th January 1911-
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
THURSDAY,
FEBRUARY 5, 1914.
New Reels
THE I'OrRISTAND
THE ELOWER GIRL
(A Hex,
A DAUGHTER OF
VIRGINIA
A Southern Romance
THE ONE WHO HAS
TO PAY
(Eeclair)
4 Reels6d. 91I. is.
ST MATTHEW'S
GRAND
BAZAAR
IN RECTORY & GROUNDS
His Excellency the Governor of
The Bahamas has kindly
consented to open the Bazaar
at 3 p. in.
WORK -by the members of the
Congregation 00 Sale.
TEA
SUPPER
AMUSEMENTS /
PIC'I UREGALLERY
We would appreciate EVERY-
ONE S presence ir help
at 3 p. m, TUESDAY next
at
ST, MATTHEWS RECTORY


11 IE
1 K 1 I
N L
lnf- abstention. Thnre nrp SO |
m t tend topei petu
ate tho li ibil i t it red ef.
f"M m l much constancy <>l
racter tc disentangli oneself from,
the hounds cf custom. Even a
half-hearted practise is of value.
He who would tmt lie a propa
gandist m iv prefer to remain on
the border line between the
reform >-> .mil th( ' '' of
high living, ^s meat is t
ex|
will a< cru . V n things grate upon
me mo:., than several oil
haps in'.aiis. fre-
'lii' n'tly in my sight. Putt
''"Ism the Fi 'i in n! II ik
"big** I s ; i
skilful rli i ire tn si !l i lot ol
under t lie gu ie
ll nutriment i
I the
like, but tl
the lal -I iiini\
......
I ., .. trie many null
ip.irts of buttermiIk thai are
to the pigs annually. \
oil is physiologic i II) pju
ter in all respects. Butli rmilk
tli'' othei hand, ci t ill thit
in milk is vital, I i
ph i etc ,
would make brain
I children. V< l hutti rmilk i-
ii to the pigs to i ike I.ml ol !
Every quart of butti milk jiven
to the jii^'s is a blot on I
t humaniI v.
M. P.
; ,: i
Special Bargains
I I I \RI V
\RMl >URS "
[I VMS
lling .it j i pnt ]'
it |0 C nl pel
Ro]
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT
of the Giraffi is remarkable, but the abnormal
development of the demand for Scnlighi Soap is
still more remarkable. It i~- a I ki >wn how many
people have ever ecu a Giraffe, but it is known
that there are millions and millions <>t careful
housewives all over the world using .
Sunlight SoapH
These hou
V-:


the a,'vent of wash-
\i igh r Soap i I
ired i t a qu
i.l un< li iH i
TRY IT IN
N E X I W A S


; SAI.
''
A I,
J. C. COAKLEVS
Peni^'Cigar
Ladystnith Brand'
, 7; is better than a 2d. Ciga
' ewhere.
Try one a'nd be convince of
Its excellent quality.
e
Gasolin
STAND i'S G/.
IN E. S
i M
wit h I
-
, ERS
0"-: r|l*iieP m in ^
.1. L.SAUNDERS .v I I. !,,,
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Streei
FRESH VI' ,1 I'Mil I si 1 I's
\LSO
llli L'Cr AND RADK
Thn Winh r Sea:
\t ll. KI MP,
I )i I i IV'. I '. : '
FOR SALE
' j -* 11 1 in
1 '
ha i in t* etc. an'l
MUN'RO AMOR"
[".an l'.i;. Stre t.
ANNA E.RAE
Proprietress Of
The Vo:: .
"All Bon Msirche Stor
and E
A LAROF. ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT rKOM
LAI >IKS Dr Ci
;. id C red On
ions, M
;) S, S[)l ' Musi I t
>roidered Mu>lins, \
Embr ii I i '<1 Batiste I
sore Suitings, Embroidery
I ouncings, Overall Embroi-
dery and Ovi mil I
and Inset lions, Rib-
.is plain and fan Lai
Belts I Co
I ibroidi rv Ci tiki
I |i White, Black, Pink,
Blu H and ( i
Silk St
Men Whil B Gre;
v Blue, Alii H Helio,
and ( ii i n Silk w illi
Silk Ties t' i matt li
i. Pyjai
LadiesSuperfine Silk Para-
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
\ \ li.i.l \
\\ I ill-. SIIOEMXN
Hi- ri eived .i
I
IIM.I LOIS

SURPRMN' il '. CHEAP:
In many i I
he
kiv il'l. \\i I'RI ES
i
. i .. |/ n .i. list '
w Inch iv "A aiil t h< n
red at
WILLIAM--
Will tl K-\I.K \X\l RET Ml.
Sill M'l l-IIMI \ I*.
27; 7 >, Kay-Mi' "'.
Gasoline
(J I \ .! '\L! I
. / I 5
1
11 I with "
K'. n the Fi 'I at
. .1 ills.
Ipl I
\ U t <> ( 11 IV.
. onvfi
ith laurit *i
ie and I
.
\{>ply io
1. P. SIMMS,
!S
Shingle:
\\ I \n. 1 11 .ii 1 ,m. t'<
Shingles Ihou
sand ol bundli
Discounts on lots "I 1 >vei
lingles.
Special Price
on alsc
, I press al $6.' 2 per
WlineofHiali ,]lM. ,, if _,,, bundles. Thi
,;' ' '' R made possible by a verj
-, l 1.1 1 < 1
RF.MKMBF.R.I
No home w,\s. or -r\n be com
plel without "Music"
1 .;.;'
1 :i 1 i'i-.i : ll
nnt] \e\ us nd one "I these mstiu-
, [i dm ii In.in factory In ynui
li j trial. Ahsolutel)
Silk Evening Scarves, I RI \- > rh::::;V'".::T,!:.'' >".';
l; tutiful Handbags
Handsome Japant si I ii teds
11 nuine Irish Linens of all
kinds,
1,1; inslrumei.ti ami trims ore
i... |3e| in the Wm Id.
THE R1S1 "G SI \\:
Dill. 1 Strcel
\V. F. W. & Co
pur hase.
rriving every
1 ek.
C. C. SAUNDERj
R I. il, Initsiwli, I v 1 1
! 1st v.i 11 preach
I 111,n .1 7 "'' ''"''
in the 1 1 |mI 11,ill on DoNvdew
"io near Victoria Avmue.
All Welcome,
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