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XThc tribune Saturday, Ke'.>r .mrv 21, 1914 The mail steamer "Miami"! Mr. A. K Solomon, seconded arrived this morning from Mia"\ Mr. J. H Young, moved the M is s : thai th I \.\ miralt\ are plannin to build MM the s-ipei-Di noughts at pi sent built and in 1 'U se ol constru -tion. Experts saj thai recent naval mi, with the following pa a n She d for Miami this ; m : s I. li. Kilham and M, i White ; Mi C 1 1 I 'alehaul i an I Lillian Brown: itment ol commit %  "ii the p< tition from certain ipl %  il Man i I Wai I' IJ I : %  mi foi %  ; int t'> ili in. I : Messrs A. K S lomon Younu iid Ad ap Mr. and Mrs. VV. K. Lloyd, Mr, pointed a commiti ;i ling. Mi Da\ id Reed ; Mi VV. B. St I C. II. G n :lin, 11. M. M Cl iid, Fran St bridge, VV. C. B kwith and VV. C. B. cU\\ nil, |r. Mesdaine Savalita A Id v. \ lv. 1 1 i :. 7 being the excessgj d in making cer! in repi and painting at < %  verum I louse in i'(i i. 1 %  to tl G wernor in Council, expended during the iin.ii L ial feai i. Local Con %  ible at Maya* Iguana Maj i i . -' Additio al Local (. la %  r Mr ;. Sands -V'!-" 1 ' V '''' %  %  Green Turtl. Cai ."si 1 ,: "mo ved IM: eaM l n April i 9 iato >ii M i h .on I read a nrst r, a •' ill i ^lnmi\ i maneuv.es havi vn that im-jand [ulita I d M a ml a s l,)| battles n ore vul-Wm. Wallace an Ja i i, Circuit Magisl •','''' tl • : i to •> nl .. re tl %  to be t tin new. i i 1 true, i iction will bi [ected not so i b\ buil I 1 ' i by building """i small, r. II it can be pr. v 1 I that srftall. i %  type are of more servici rhf. I !', ( i 11 York, P ii Ci Hall, I eet. oiiSunda; AI Hon. H | v ncully will have be. n fo l>: t:-Hon. i VV. C. M I I ids. (i II' 1 Dr J Cole, I \ .mi, \ : ill %  the <, dened taxpayer will sigh ol r. lief. If the British navu >uld start oust • • V ips of the li.ie, we V K %  l %  Vlbiiiv, m aj that the hei na' l ll,;: '• Wr • i: ">' lions of the world will follow : • V • Mr, VV. C. B. i etiti A. Hall, ".i %  suit. Such a result would blessing all round It u i nej ductile channels j ,, %  •' " on | 1 Mnnil, | | ii in the >I thes in i A < /ices; and \li Ubury i • ..i C VIr. C. O And pin (J %  In,, AIL' ''I ition Act, 191 I \ ( 1 I C i I'u B.Kird of Works, I ; i Providence. 1. S IK 1 tern H.i I lasiU'irv, ,,. February and vlar. 11 11 Co. •* 1 %  1 1 \ • 1 m %  %  1 'A 1 %  • and lea tes" "A Bill 1 t i 1 \ rs i I ( "A Bill 1. I r pi, 1 1 I i.ui; y on a Board ol 1 1 5 %  I n f C ton 1 I C5.I09 lo ili' G01 r in ( 1 ng the an mi auto %  %  '" in orde. : en 1 ile \ 1 and msani VI lated in the I a I" ll " inioi usei • 1 % % %  1 I Hi ;.\ IDI I ; 1. )U\\->.\ I' . %  %  : the P 1 ' for l th ol .1 inu irj >< arl% allow 1 Hie B 1 ml %  • ; I I foi the '-" ;! Miami— 313. 1 Ci 1 rubhi-.li fi 1 ; n VI imi 111 Iley nmv. %  , , '.., ",.. !'"'" nti t .. %  • 1 Q eCo.itrictforaM '• : ,,. Mi VV C.B J betv *• ed b) I • |. |;, and edl! i' '• n it.o'.is bv I h. sa.d . The I .1 %  i\ 1, I 111 11 the C uef 1 I >rK tin Bill and V %  In%  i % %  1. to I I li,,,, 1'il and di I 1 1 ('•OVEUNMLNT NOT1CI S. night. Seeadvt. committee accord in lv. Magazine" 1912. l to 1 nln ; ppoiut. I % %  Hem KM 1 vies to be i ; 11 VVork for N \ Provi. e. Mi. Lai iron M001 e, 'hief En%  Igmeer, Llectrical Department % 



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a. it.ik been granted twenty one ,! # sick leave. Mr. J, i i Knowli 5, As-t. En gineei I lectrical Department lias been appointed Acting Chief Engine r Mr. R. N. Lotnion Second Asst. Eiig. Electrical Di pan en apj ited Acting i istant Engineer. he Govei 101 directs it itifi lerman Co i los .. The Is %  iwei i .ii the to as b Lxequatur em .1 lo| \ ,1 I .i ( 'onbUl "I till I !|| i ia t u i i Hi. 'Mi a committee inu 1 sit Fur two years in advance of the meeting to prepare a | m rramme, and the committi • lin I not yet bei n formed. London, tg Prince William of \\ ied .\ ho is about to becon e • ,v> i" nl \ 1, arrb 1 d in I-'"' % %  %  > tn day from th %  Conti ni nt. I le was 1 reived v r< >> 'J horn 'ins. I le H ill visit the Kin : a : I Sn Edw ird Grey, for11 minister, London, i ,. Kii .. %  1 ii 1 ;e en ; Koyal tmateui 1 • tral SOCK tj in < n's Hall %  > nig.'it. H a I party from Bui kincham Palace. IMPERIAL THEATRE Saturday 21st Fridays Special Programme To Night THE VELLOW MAN IS I Wo REKLS A \ I) THE BROWN MAN Pictures of Japan and Mexico I k>n't miss it. i. -.i %  I eats sold f01 %  Fnui K 11 I. 1 ouce. d i!l ', l His M j %  ap| red to enjoy \ l -'persons are 1 % %  > hims II 1 iroughly. I b\ the 1 \. P. -' 1 1: 1 Special Bargains "1 VI EARLY" \ RMOI \ IMS ^' %  lli >_ %  .a 2ocent pei • I i. 111 ,it ; %  %  ni pei • 1 %  '1 AT THE ROYAL STORE. J. L. SAUNDERS & Co Rupture Cured By The Brooks Appliance of Stal forl c '" ; I Mr. A. W ial Se re '' it an extension ( f leave . with half salary, for th 1 1 1 I %  I A for up • • tru Ian ientH • 1 Alii I %  11 in \\l' i ,1 I London, iq I:, I >,.I v M a ; . %  1 ible to st.i : .MII be on 1 eU vi I 1 foi 1 idon riem tins y -ar i> 1 id I b 1 1 1 %  111 %  < .. %  %  b • learm .> %  „. 1. v Lon 11, 1 '• \ al %  I members o| %  %  hm and 1 n 11 thai • ,. j. 1 ni 1 if Lord \ I : 1 %  1 .1 1 1 |j j (| lc> I. I lm:e sumpi v j 1 |, e 1 "I lords n| the di : ti e on the I' n :lia • 1 \| 1 ., mbeis of tl nnet \ or Board of Health ttei Liverp 1 inve all rub iish, old 1 ans that l 1 narder Aquita les, < 1 i.i',; 1 1 ruary 28th 1 t poii 1 \ \ ilat 1 "|| Mr. 3 • 1 instead of June J 1, ced at the si treets under %  %  %  j this order, kill I 1 mo\ed at Public expi use u B rlin, 19.— Lerturi tinned ; bul al I 1 \ 1/ : Pebruary 28th, all d to comPr>f. Koru si ted ;.U witl I .1 .will be com >e employed for the I pelled to 1 1 cumu ti 1 n • i • to the d pin ground '. though the pro 1 | w ill %  perfi cted. in tion, be liabl to prosi % %  'lit i n. L %  '• ' 19 H. W. 1'!, rnt Q\ .. I. r of the Board of Healh 1 % %  • in (] 'i I Ma1 1 I • %  1 in at l'..i ,tern Rail. 1'.. .'is .ni ••! indesir abh ali 11 vas the proposition .1 Iv 11 iced today in the In nco 11 Will Ci mlcs, ihe A" 1 I a bun 1 mi in I K r. j I '>f the labour part) llv incen I by a demand | 11 forward by %  the I !nionists foi lion to %  i ith \ .I, d" in I \ sti.r-n of pron i I V..ME.S H. KNi (WLKS, erk to HiBoard. h J • : \ 1 ii 1. Bicycles for HIRE 10s week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Stn t Shine o S .ondi 11 19 In 11. \s|,-uul pa 1 lian ni innlci • iv M't.'irs of fon 1 is inf..lined the M um i' "I 'in uons ti day that t would hv impossible to ho| | BE third I la jue pi ace confi r fen in 1913, as undi 1 the rults,' Best No. 1 Hen 11 5m. Cypi *. II•, 1 1 ihe mi 1 • .. Shi 11 jles 1 % %  •' houfor W01 ilwi t Tlmriito i, tin ew 1:1111 1 %  1 %  I ' (i ! 1 nil ii'i I \ 1. 1 J C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigrap "Ladysmith Brand' It is be;:.. ;.'.. %  . 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. sand of j '. • milts "ii lots ol Special Price 1 un clii i[i 1 grades al 0 1 I indli. 1 price 1 p'-.i Inrge purclui! 1 Fresh Mo; k arri\ ing > \ ei \ week. C. C. SAUNDERS. Atiornv c„ rv raff rhambera, Porl .r Spain. Trini.lu.l. Ii. u. I. 8-12-'10. Dr-ar Sirs: I am clad In hiahlo to Inform you that ih. "truaa" ,?> [ got from rou in s. pianibrr Ii huM aupported my %  nice 1 IK.-I wora it. j 1 ...... 1 red %  [ can 1 and ti 1 iiiiT.-r. ni ID of truss wlllioul : I I u Nhrlnnlnif to iinr.k 1 abould hat. to an r| tlon. ;i Ihi ,.iy g iunK %  %  NOW, nowevor, 1 conaldi r m prartlrnlly ourad. To inv mind OH ol Ir. al polnta aboul your In '• ra i>. ra, althouKli tliut praaaora never actuall) ral An.r th. Ural raw daya l i. i not felt its i i ''• any more than I do my ti BUapendera. You are .;. me to i:.-ko any us you Ilk.of thin letler. truly. J il. Wl.ltt'buad. To Brook* Rupture Appliance Co. Th^ ntmi II r,nk H, nhn hail lie, II i iirlnu It ii |.lii re for mrr :m jeiin If llliplur.il, write dim tuilny. My Appliance Sent on Trial If you have triad everything • I %  •• come to mi I h.i' %  hi re ..ii %  ;.. i ind I will aeml my II i %  It* ci %  : ..ii the i of mai people who %  • %  triad ipi ; o tremi ful. It %  '' %  I ai .T it to you on a atric-t n or RM in j i. r mde • and I I %  %  prlca -.. Ii a thai anybi i' 1 1 ',' P %  ii on trial i mi. R rori-oN r TODAY Poataae i i. i, i I" IlltV t A. i lll.i: I'.l 01 IA1 ION < ni POM %  i: r atai A. plain wrapin i run ini lor iii ii apturi. Name rPIaaa write plainly) z.



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lion of the country, hut he has also | found time to devote himself to .1 -_; r -i i i in .in.l edit in mil issues ;IIHI he loses no opp >rtunity tnndvance 1*1— pet scheme of elevating Hie masses and extending the bles sin"-; of education to the tinnlphahetic million'; of the Republic. This is the man llueiti. ANNA ETRAE Proprietress Of The Vogue, "Au Bon Marche Stores" and Bijou A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM L ADIES Dress Goods, in t Lustn s, Si : gi s, Ratim white and Coin in d G>r> dings, Crepes, Crepons, Mar%  quisettes, Bengalines, Lands-1 downes, Spot-Muslins, Embroidered Muslins, Velvets, Embroidered Batistes, Tussore Suitings, Embroidery Flouncings, (Overall Entbroidery and Overall 1. Laces and Insertii ns, Ribbons plain and fancy I ,atesl Style Belts Lace Collars, Embroidery Collars. Ladies White, Black, Pink, Blue, Heliol rope, and Grey Silk Stockings Men's White, Black, Grey Navy Blue, Alice Blue, Helio, and Green Silk Sr> ks with Silk Ties to match Silk Shirts. Pyjamas Ladies Supei fine Silk Parasols, Silk Evening Scarves, Beautiful Handbags .11. tin! i Japanese (lo ds Genuine Irish Lini ns ol ail kinds. XOTICI. Gasoline V" I \ND.\RD I >il Go's Matoi v^ Spirits sold in quantities ol jl fix lions and upwnnl fni une shilling per '^.i I Ion a t < iai i ije liring i Vessel fi>i spill quantities. Dunn-may he had with "drum lots,' Fuhji (it" return lien empi) \< n the Fifth i nrs -"I I nt sir ,, es to per re t discount f. ". b. factoi y. [•:-.i ;.irs also for Hire, I s Irs re lied I n lOs i w %  %  \ i i no i e .m'I I supplies kept in si H .. i.'vlui lei 11 i .HI A ito ii %  i "• i spe :ialty i' HI even s II von a verv i w %  n cnt st< %  nn vvitli faucit to k< ep gasoline, i.'o i i i I see I hem, Applv lo J. P. SIMMS, ,7 Market Streel $>&3^sQSSi&3fB^SSQI&&'^3&>gXS^S(^^ Valuable alike for the Fnvalid and Ro-bast iSCt The "Allcnburys' Diet is n-commeiided for general use in place of on .nary milk foods, gruel, etc.. and is particulci !v adapted to the needs of Dyspeptics. Invalids, ana the Aged. Being largely predigested it iscasyof assimilation. A cup of the 'Allcnburys' Diet is useful in the forenoon between meals. The 'Allcnburys' Diet may be taken with advantage on going to bed in the place of stimulants. Being easily digested jt promotes tranquil and refreshing s!.

es most "I M hit li are SAMPLI LOTS "f i. J .mil 3 paiis of a brand and st) If in ;ill which .i if heing sold 5URPRMNGI V CHEAP: In m.iii\ ii si incei iho discount is • not le-s than io per cent on tl % %  il i \i PRIi I -s In d.iv an ci mvince ywii '••II t ii.it tins is mother lt ol 'ii.n.il Bargains w Inch is eveij >\ .in.l then i-l Ht Will.I IMS' WHOLESALE iNU RETAIl sllol KM \:,| |s||\n.\T. lay-stieet, "NEW NATIONAL" 81 "IDEAL" HAM) MACHINES '.NEW HOME"Ol RUBYFOOT MACHINES FOR SALE BY CUf, E, ALEULY "dr i ^J-JW. v. •> I 11 UNDERi VKER D l'.-t ti JI I'l.niplete outfit • f i % %  III -II •>uf .HI miller! ..i. u l.icll | lues him in ,i P' isj : ii HI to i .11 ly i ut Funei R IS that ma> i" %  i nti t i'tpil to Ins care with HI and despatch ; and i i fully solicits theii patronage Gel rny Prices fust and prove thai they are Ihe very I west for the first class j Ji^iL ,i^. s — .' Ilk m*



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t Nvillivis add.cttis (vjrnrc in vcrba matitstri. Bcirt|> bound to swear to the Dogmas -1 no Master. VOI. \l. Nassau. N. P., Bahamas, Saturday, Febtirary 21. 1914 No. r>0 03 O o m O +-> 0) 1 EON I-. IK I'l ("II Kill K IM I'l. III OKKI 1 ;s M \| UtKRT STRRKT ; \ I %  I > I M '.11 || PUBLISHED I) \II.Y. a\, Vednesdaj and Friday — %  ] %  copj ... ; 1 I i.e1 1 Ratnrda' tingle en\i\ % % %  ul .Veel ... 4l d lontlih ..i. 4 -i. I.I! V-..I* r"eai v i' I'VYXHI.I IN \1" Nl I \ %  %  tising Rat. 1 | 1 re per In e (.a first insertion ; 1 tuee : em e i"'i In r fm ri nnd 1 '-"iti' 1; Bud one |ienn) pei line f-• 1 lulwequent inseiti.>n Advertittments ui ( 1 I lines |(. PRESIDEN I HUER I \ Pi ui I luei t.i is a bi ick. When, for five yenrs, I • • civil war between Murth &S u'h, in I • -1 HI i 1 %  %  1 %  i• %  .1 n I foreign c wei s %  1' %  I, mi foreign na. II m dici it".I in llie \ 1) -' 1 • 111 p -iiole A hat sort "I govet .1 tie il vas s.iit.i ile li' restore i>--.' %  %  ml pros; • it* 1 ou itry. I 11 I ie ml 11UI n in '• %  r\ 1 rr--. I • I." I '.'/, s IVS "I linn : U' :ent a\ entt in M. Kico li ive ln,,:i %  %  1 1 %  .. 1 m> il i iteri n Presi. ilent Viclonano 11 in prnmi |y to tin regroun I, •in.I 1 n v pull U...I-, ill tins exti.i irilinary 1 in 1,1 h e .1 %  .' : 1 ii • Itrm-li I 1 1 1 •. I. '' if I \< its III .1 vi 11 >_:" < • lotl HI, St ile "f Jail11, in I ii-' \ r 1H4.4, t COII. -••'I icntlj now 69 ye.iri ul .1 ;e, IVlien he was still 1 I 1 > tins pl.i •• was visited, by •> body "I 1 roop^ under 1 lie com in Lit* 1 nl '. (iuei r 1, who requn ed III issistance. "I home 1 ne ible io write .1 nu li1 uv 'l' %  -I'.iu I.. V I'm I luerta I'll irti d himself and 1 1 %  I 1 1 lhe enure satisfaction of 1 i !en^'1 who, ntrtict -\itli the unusu .1 ^^iii.;.' ice of the I).is-, c o 1 to question him and MksJ whit Inwished to be when a man. "A soldier," answered the youth, "and later on a general." "I'hen coma with me said the oflicer he he M as e mveye. I in Mi \ i 1 u 1 th ,-i nu l ii 11 v ironv >y and 1,1 %  -. %  -11 %  • %  %  I to l'i .-idem I len ito Juan / with the o d\ "I lere is a j ian boy, sii whn wishi s lo In ral." I In 11 send In 11 to the military ml lege," was the lai tinic teply of Juarez, F01 so ne ye 1 IN V'jptoi uino Huerta rem lined in this insi itution in I rlislinuui" 11 'd ii 1 risell in his si udies lo >uch an ex lenl thai mi ins ui il f > 1 !. : %  would mil 11\ the highest positions of hum ui in llie 1 belove 11 % %  .unity. I hs military carrel of ovei ye 1 1ii ieen a com i nuous sei les of ii iumpbs, and he w is oni of I'n iii in I liaz inn. 1 11 usled 1 in, 1 \ii-r quelling the set antiM nl." tebellion to 1 he State of CI11I111 liua in iqi 2 In 1 returned ai the ."..I of thai year 1 in sick to Mexico, .in I was in that city I 1-1 I-phin iry .In nig tne stirriug 1 vrir -. whi. li li. illy lei minaled in 11 ion ..| \li lero aod ins own ele\ it inn • the President ia I Chair, in conformity with the provisii uinl 1 he Mex ican Const 11 ut ion. In Huerta is lo be recogniseda ni'in ..f unblemished integiity, in 1I11 nit ible couiage and disinten st. ed i. 'i 1 iol is.n ; n boi n leader "f men, resp 'cfd anil 11 listed bv Ins r s and d by I he • %  r. He freely expounds Ins views on ii •'in 1 %  11, p .li ; .-in I sin 111 questions, is thori.uglily lainted with I tifilish lust H \, I ui I .-nil-ill 'tis a profound 1 mice I 11 British Institutions, Sh ike. s|.i..ire is his f,n iurite poet, \\'llinglon, \ Is in, an I Loid i* 1 IchenI-I HI' Ins nl^.il lieioes, anil he con. snl • s 1 rI ne. Kinx Edward llie .1 !s| monatch th .1 %  > et occupied the throne ol England, Ore of his first I'ffi nil acts was to arrange f..r the closing .f ihe infamous Fmtr.-ss of San In in I In i, bui 1 bv the v |i nu mis at iii entiance to the Purl ol \'i'i.i ('111/ ni I ii-i'.l for some 1 entui ii • a" a 1 ison fot poli. II %  11 nil 'ii. lei and rrimin il. It was in the tet %  ible dungeons cf tins fortress t'isi M idem held 1 ien. cnl Felix Di*z, nephewefPorfirio Dias, imprisoned for many months after that officer's abortive revolution in October, 1012. Huerta loveto retire to his ni" lest b ing ili.w, situate in the 11 1 il Popotl 1,some three miles 1 the city, and wh le tl ere he desp itches m n h "I Ins official business and receives his cabinet ministers and frien Is, only occupy • inj,' ihe spacious and luxurious premises of the (iovernmeot Palace a nl istle Chtpultepec upon State i-niii-, or When receiving the members of ihe diplom il corps, 1'nis bungalow is situafe in il.e 1 entre ol pretty g irden, 00 1 upies bul 7.1 -'| ian metres an I consist i ol K rooms only, all of which .ire furnished with Spartan severity, truly characteristic of the vet ran camp liner inhabiting them I 1 ry mornin %  Prei denl Hui '1 visits Ins barber's shop in th city an.! chats iffably wil • I 1 trial assistants, and very seldom fails to take Ins afierno >n tea in a welti; 111.\ n central c ife, < )n offi i 1 casi. H IS hs is 1 I by the int unifoi I Presid mtial in iunted '.MI ml, but olhei ise atten led by more Ui in one ol Inprivate secret iriis, and moves about Ihe town ami suburbs with ihe nonchalance and security ol .-in ordinary citizen, without the lea^l protection 01 ostentation On the night "f his recent 1 romwellian %  if, when iiw dissolved the 1 v • I louses I I'.n li imeni and sent 1 id .I 1 he members "f the Lnwet I hamber to the penitential y, ii" supi i'-l i\ itli a frien I in the c hal I of a populat (ierman i %  .in..nt. 11" attended ihe celebrai ions of die French, Vniei 1 ian and Spanish national holidays and, I I heartily in the confetti cornbits and other diversions, AI a recent eniei lainment given at Ihe British Club in honour of the retir ing Minister, Mr. Francis Stronge, and Mrs Stonge, General Huerta appeared, insisted npon beinu ad.1 rs-r.t h\ thus" present as "Mr." I In". 1... 1 nl rem lined for two hours chatting narrating niniv of his experiences ll<" is an admirable speaker, and comm mds a wonderful fluency ..f u.n.1-: ,1 har.l and relentless hitter when roused, convincing in argument md pleasing in delivi 1 \. Suiee ins noaiination to the Presidency he has been occupied principally in tlie pacifies'continued on .jth pagej


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Nvillivis add.cttis (vjrnrc in vcrba matitstri.
Bcirt|> bound to swear to the Dogmas -1 no Master.
VOI. \l.
Nassau. N. P., Bahamas, Saturday, Febtirary 21. 1914
No. r>0
03
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1 EON I-. IK I'l ("II
Kill K IM I'l. II- I
OKKI 1 ;s M \| UtKRT STRRKT
; \ I I > I M .
'.11 ||
PUBLISHED I) \II.Y.
a\, Vednesdaj and Friday
-_]. copj ... ; 1
I i.e- 1 1 Ratnrda'
tingle en\i\ ul
.Veel ... 4ld
lontlih ..i. 4 1 1 l> ...... -i-.
I.I! V-..I*
r"eai v i'
I'VYXHI.I IN \1" Nl I .
\ tising Rat. 1 | 1 re per In e
(.a first insertion ; 1 tuee : em e i"'i In r
fm ri nnd 1 '-"iti' 1; Bud one |ienn) pei
line f- 1 lulwequent inseiti.>n
Advertittments ui ( 1 I lines |(.
PRESIDEN I HUER I \
Pi ui I luei t.i is a bi ick.
When, for five yenrs, I ci-
vil war between Murth &S u'h, in
I -1 hii 1 . 1 i .1 n I foreign c
wei.....s 1' I, mi foreign na.
II m dici it".I in llie \ 1) -' 1 111 p -ii-
ole a hat sort "I govet .1 tie il vas
s.iit.i ile li' restore i>--.' ! ml pros-
; it* 1 ou itry. I 1- 1 I ie
ml 11UI n in ' r\ 1 rr--.
I I." I '.'/, s IVS "I
linn :
U' :ent a\ entt in M. Kico li ive
ln,,:i _ , 1 1 .. 1 m> il i iteri n Presi.
ilent Viclonano 11 in prnmi
|y to tin regroun I, in.I 1 nv pu-
ll U...I-, ill tins exti.i irilinary 1
in 1,1 he .1 .' : 1 ii Itrm-li
I 1 1 1 . I. '' if I \< .....its III .1
vi 11 >_:" < lotl hi, St ile "f
Jail- 11, in I ii-' \ r 1H4.4, t COII.
-'I icntlj now 69 ye.iri ul .1 ;e,
IVlien he was still 1 I1 > tins pl.i
was visited, by > body "I 1 roop^
under 1 lie com in Lit* 1 nl '.
(iuei r 1, who requn ed III issistance.
"I home 1 ne ible io write .1 nuli-
1 uv 'l'-I'.iu I.. V I'm I luerta I'-
ll irti d himself and 11 I 1 1
lhe enure satisfaction of 1 i !en-
^'1, who, ntrtict -\itli the unusu .1
^^iii.;.' ice of the I).is-,co 1
to question him and MksJ whit
In- wished to be when a man. "A
soldier," answered the youth, "and
later on a general." "I'hen coma
with me said the oflicer he
he m as e mveye. I in Mi \ i 1
' u 1 th ,-i nulii 11 v ironv >y and
1,1 ' -. -11 I to l'i.-- idem I lenito
Juan / with the o d\
"I lere is a j ian boy, sii
whn wishi s lo In ral."
" I In 11 send In 11 to the military
ml lege," was the lai tinic teply of
Juarez, F01 so ne ye 1 in V'jptoi uino
Huerta rem lined in this insi itution
in I rlislinuui" 11 'd ii 1 risell in his
si udies lo >uch an ex lenl thai mi
ins ui il f > 1 i-1 told in 11 llwi he w 1 if the
giiv ,- tries of the o>!.: .
would mil 11\ the highest positions
of hum ui in llie 1 belove 11 .unity.
I hs military carrel of ovei
ye11- ii ieen a cominuous sei les
of ii iumpbs, and he w is oni of
I'n iii in I liaz inn. 1 11 usled 1 in, 1
\ii-r quelling the set.....- anti-
M nl." tebellion to 1 he State of
CI11I111 liua in iqi2, In1 returned ai
the ."..I of thai year 1 in sick
to Mexico, .in I was in that city
I 1-1 I-phin iry .In nig tne stirriug
1 vrir -. whi. li li. illy lei minaled in
11 ion ..| \li lero aod ins
own ele\ it inn the President ia I
Chair, in conformity with the pro-
visii ui- nl 1 he Mex ican Const 11 u-
t ion.
In Huerta is lo be recogniseda
ni'in ..f unblemished integiity, in
1I11 nit ible couiage and disinten st.
ed i. 'i 1 iol is.n ; n boi n leader "f
men, resp 'cfd anil 11 listed bv Ins
. r s and d by I he
r. He freely expounds
Ins views on ii 'in 1 11, p .li;
.-in I sin 111 questions, is thori.uglily
lainted with I- tifilish lust h \,
I ui I .-nil-ill 'tis a profound 1
mice I 11 British Institutions, Sh ike.
s|.i..ire is his f,n iurite poet, \\'ll-
inglon, \ Is in, an I Loid i* 1 Ichen-
i-i hi' Ins nl^.il lieioes, anil he con.
snl s 1 r- I ne. Kinx Edward llie
.1 !s| monatch th .1 '> et occupi-
ed the throne ol England, Ore of
his first I'ffi nil acts was to arrange
f..r the closing .f ihe infamous
Fmtr.-ss of San In in I In i, bui 1
bv the v|i nu mis at iii entiance to
the Purl ol \'i'i.i ('111/ ni I ii-i'.l for
some 1 entui ii a" a 1 ison fot poli.
II 11 nil 'ii.lei and rrimin il.
It was in the tet ible dungeons cf
tins fortress t'isi M idem held 1 ien.
cnl Felix Di*z, nephewefPorfirio
Dias, imprisoned for many months
after that officer's abortive revo-
lution in October, 1012.
Huerta love- to retire to his
ni" lest b ing ili.w, situate in the
11 1 il Popotl 1,some three miles
1 the city, and wh le tl ere he
desp itches m n h "I Ins official
business and receives his cabinet
ministers and frien Is, only occupy
inj,' ihe spacious and luxurious
premises of the (iovernmeot Palace
a nl istle Chtpultepec upon State
.....i-niii-, or When receiving
the members of ihe diplom il
corps, 1'nis bungalow is situafe in
il.e 1 entre ol pretty g irden, 00
1 upies bul 7.1 -'| ian metres an I
consist i ol k rooms only, all of
which .ire furnished with Spartan
severity, truly characteristic of the
vet ran camp liner inhabiting them
I 1 ry mornin Prei denl Hui '1
visits Ins barber's shop in th city
an.! chats iffably wil I 1 tri-
al assistants, and very seldom fails
to take Ins afierno >n tea in a welt-
i; 111.\ n central c ife, < )n offi i 1
casi.his hs is 1 I by the
int unifoi.....I Presid mtial
in iunted '.miml, but olhei ise
atten led by more Ui in one
ol In- private secret iriis, and
moves about Ihe town ami suburbs
with ihe nonchalance and security
ol .-in ordinary citizen, without the
lea^l protection 01 ostentation On
the night "f his recent 1 romwellian
if, when iiw dissolved the
1 v I louses I I'.n li imeni and
sent 1 id .I 1 he members "f the
Lnwet I hamber to the penitenti-
al y, ii" supi i'-l i\ itli a frien I in the
c hal I of a populat (ierman
i .in..nt. 11" attended ihe cele-
brai ions of die French, Vniei 1 ian
and Spanish national holidays and,
I......I heartily in the confetti corn-
bits and other diversions, AI a re-
cent eniei lainment given at Ihe
British Club in honour of the retir
ing Minister, Mr. Francis Stronge,
and Mrs Stonge, General Huerta
appeared, insisted npon beinu ad-
.1 rs-r.t h\ thus" present as "Mr."
I In". 1... 1 nl rem lined for two
hours chatting narrating niniv of
his experiences ll<" is an admirable
speaker, and comm mds a wonder-
ful fluency ..f u.n.1-: ,1 har.l and re-
lentless hitter when roused, con-
vincing in argument md pleasing
in delivi 1 \. Suiee ins noaiination
to the Presidency he has been oc-
cupied principally in tlie pacifies-
'continued on .jth pagej


XThc tribune
Saturday, Ke'.>r .mrv 21, 1914
The mail steamer "Miami"! Mr. A. K Solomon, seconded
arrived this morning from Mia- "\ Mr. J. H Young, moved the
M is s : thai th I \.\
miralt\ are plannin to build
MM
the s-ipei-Di
noughts at pi sent built and in
1 'U se ol constru -tion.
Experts saj thai recent naval
mi, with the following pa a n
She d for Miami
this ; m :
s I. li. Kilham and M,
i White ; Mi C 1
1 I 'alehaul i an I Lillian Brown:
itment ol commit
'' "ii the p< tition from certain
ipl il Man i I Wai I' ij
I : mi foi ; int t'> ili
in. I : Messrs A. K S lomon
. Younu iid Ad ap
Mr. and Mrs. VV. K. Lloyd, Mr, pointed a commiti ;i ling.
Mi Da\ id Reed ; Mi
VV. B. St I C. II. G n :lin,
11. M. M Cl iid, Fran St
bridge, VV. C. B kwith and VV.
C. B. cU\\ nil, |r.
Mesdaine Savalita A Id v. \
lv.
1
1 i :. 7 being the excessgj
d in making cer! in repi
and painting at < ' verum
I louse in i'(i i.
1 to tl G wernor in
Council, expended during the
iin.ii l ial feai
i. Local Con - ible at Maya*
Iguana Maj i i .
-' Additio al Local (. la
r-Mr;.Sands' -V'!-"1' !, V' '''' ' Green Turtl. Cai ."si
1 ",:"- mo,ved Im:' eaM.ln April i9iato >ii M i h .on
I read a nrst r,a '
ill i ^lnmi\ i
maneuv.es havi vn that im-jand [ulita I d M a ml a s l,)|
' battles n ore vul-Wm. Wallace an Ja i i, Circuit Magisl ',''''
tl : i to >
nl
.. re tl
to be t tin new. i i
1 true, i
iction will bi
[ected not so i b\ buil I
1 i by building
"""i small, r. II it can be pr. v
1 I that srftall. i
type are of more servici
rhf.
' I !', ( i 11
York, P
ii Ci Hall, I '
eet. oiiSunda;
AI
Hon. H |v_
ncully will have be. n fo l>: t:-Hon. i ,
VV. C. M
I I ids. (i
II'1 Dr J
Cole, I \ .mi, \
:
! ill
the <,
dened taxpayer will
sigh ol r. lief.
If the British navu ,
>uld start oust V
ips of the li.ie, we V K l Vlbiiiv,
maj that the hei na- ' l'll,;: ' Wr i: ">'
lions of the world will follow ":' V .
Mr, VV. C. B. i
etiti
A. Hall, ".i
suit. Such a result would
blessing all round It u
i nej
ductile channels
j
,, '.....- " on |
1 Mnnil, | |
ii in the >I thes
in i
!
A < /ices; and \li
! Ubury i
..i C
.
VIr. C. O And
pin (J
'' In,, AIL'
''I
ition Act, 191 I \
(
1 I C
i I'u B.Kird of Works,
I ;
i
Providence. -
1. S IK 1 tern
H.i I lasiU'irv,
, ,,. February and vlar. 11 11 Co.
* 1 1
1
\ 1
m 1
'A 1
and lea tes"
"A Bill 1
ti1 \ rs i
I (
"A Bill 1.
I
r pi,1 1
I i.ui; y on a
Board ol 1' 1
5

- I n f C
ton 1 I C5.I09
lo ili' G01.....r in ( 1
ng the an mi au-
to
!'"
in orde. : en 1 ile
' \
, 1 and msani
VI
lated in the I
a I" ll" inioi usei 1 ..........1
I Hi ;.\ IDI I ; 1. )U\\->.\ I' : the P
1 !
for l th ol .1 inu irj >< arl% allow 1 Hie B 1 ml ; I I foi the
'-";! Miami 313. 1 Ci ..... 1 rubhi-.li fi
1.....;' n VI imi 111 Iley nmv. , , '.., ",.. '
!'"'" nti t .. 1
' Q eCo.itrictforaM
' : ,,. Mi VV C.B J betv
* ed b) I |. |;, and
edl!
i' ' n
it.o'.is bv I
h. sa.d .
The I .1 '
i\ 1,
I 111 11 the C uef 1 I >rK
tin Bill and V In-
i 1.
to I I li,,,,
1'il and di
I 1 1
('OVEUNMLNT NOT1CI S.
night. Seeadvt.
committee accord in lv.
Magazine" 1912.
l
to 1 nln ; ppoiut.
I Hem
Km 1 vies to be
i; 11 VVork for N \ Provi-
. e.
Mi. Lai iron M001 e, 'hief En-
...........
Igmeer, Llectrical Department


a.
it.ik been granted twenty one
,!# sick leave.
Mr. J, i i Knowli 5, As-t. En
gineei I lectrical Department
lias been appointed Acting
Chief Engine r
Mr. R. N. Lotnion Second
Asst. Eiig. Electrical Di pan
en apj.....ited Acting
i istant Engineer.
he Govei 101 directs it
itifi
* lerman Co
i los ..
The Is
iwei i
.ii the
to
as b
Lxequatur em
.1 lo| \ ,1 I .i .
( 'onbUl "I till I !||
i
ia t u i
i Hi.
'Mi
a committee inu 1 sit Fur two
years in advance of the meeting
to prepare a | m rramme, and
the committi lin I not yet bei n
formed.
London, tg Prince William
of \\ ied .\ ho is about to becon e
,v> i" nl \ 1, arrb 1 d in
I-'"' '> tn day from th Conti
ni nt. I le was 1 reived v
r< >> 'J horn 'ins. I le h ill visit the
Kin : a : I Sn Edw ird Grey, for-
11 minister,
London, i ,. Kii .. 1 ii 1 ;e
en ; Koyal tmateui 1
tral Sock tj in < n's Hall
> nig.'it. H a I
party from Bui kincham Palace.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Saturday 21st
Fridays Special Programme
To Night
THE VELLOW MAN
IS I Wo REKLS
A \ I)
THE BROWN MAN
Pictures of Japan and Mexico
I k>n't miss it.
i. -.i I eats sold f01

Fnui K 11 I. 1
- ouce.
'd i!l ',l His M j ap| red to enjoy \ l-'- persons are
1 '> hims II 1 iroughly. I b\ the
1 \. P.
. -' 1 1: 1
Special Bargains
"1 VI EARLY"
\ RMOI
. \ IMS
^'lli >_ .a 2ocent pei
I i.111 ,it ; ni pei
1 '1
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
J. L. SAUNDERS & Co
Rupture Cured
By
The Brooks Appliance
of Stal forl
c'";' I Mr. A. W
ial Se re
'' it an extension
(f leave . with half
salary, for th

1 1 1
I
- I A
for up .
tru
- Ian
ientH

1 Alii
I 11 in
\\l-
' i ,1 I
London, iq I:, I >,.I v Ma ;
. . 1 ible to st.i
" : .mII be on
1 ,eUvi
I 1 foi
1 idon riem tins y -ar i>
1 id I b 1 11 111 '<...,
b learm .> .
1.
v
Lon 11, 1 ' !
\ al I .
members o| hm
and 1 n 11 thai ,. j. 1
ni 1 if
Lord \ I : 1
'
1 .1
1 1 |j j(|
lc> I- .
I lm:e
sumpi v j 1 |,e 1
"I lords n| the di : ti e on the
I' n :lia 1 \| 1 .,
mbeis of tl nnet
\ or
Board of
Health t New York rg. \Y ld\ cleaned, and to
cem ; 1' >tei Liverp 1 inve all rub iish, old 1 ans
that l 1 narder Aquita les, < 1
i.i',; 1 1 ruary 28th 1 .
t poii 1 \ \ ilat 1
"|| Mr. 3 1 instead of June j 1, ced at the si treets under
j this order, kill I 1 mo\ed at
Public expi use u
B rlin, 19. Lerturi tinned ; bul al I
! 1 \ 1/ : Pebruary 28th, all
d to com-
Pr>f. Koru si ted ;.U witl I .1 .will be com
>e employed for the I pelled to 1 1 cumu
ti 1 n i to the d pin ground
'. though the pro 1 | will
' perfi cted. in tion, be liabl to prosi
* 'liti n.
L '' ' 19 H. W. 1'!, rnt Q\ .. I. r of the Board of Healh
1 in (] 'i I Ma-
1 1 I 1 in at l'..i ,tern Rail.
1'.. .'is .ni ! indesir
abh ali 11 vas the proposition
.1 Iv 11 iced today in the In n-
co 11 Will Ci mlcs, ihe
a" 1 I a bun 1 mi in I k r. j
I '>f the labour
part) llv incen I
by a demand | 11 forward by
the I !nionists foi lion to
'
i......ith \ .I,
d" in I
\ sti.r-n of pron i
I V..ME.S H. KNi (WLKS,
erk to Hi- Board.
h J : \ 1 ii 1.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Stn t
Shine
o
S
,
.ondi 11 19 In 11. \s|,-uul
pa 1 lian ni innlci iv M't.'irs
of fon 1 is inf..lined the
Mum i' "I 'in uons ti day that
t would hv impossible to ho| |
Be third I la jue pi ace confi r
fen in 1913, as undi 1 the rults,'
Best No. 1 Hen 11 5m. Cypi
*. ii- , 1 1 ihe mi 1 .. Shi 11 jles 1 ' hou-
for W01 ilwi
t Tlmriito i, tin ew
1:1111 1 1 I (i !
! 1 nil ii'i I \ 1. 1
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigrap
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is be;:.. ;.'... 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
sand of j
! '. milts "ii lots ol -
Special Price
1 un clii i[i 1 grades al 0
1. I
indli. 1
price 1 p'-.i
Inrge purclui! 1
Fresh Mo; k arri\ ing > \ ei \
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Atiorn- v c rv raff rhambera,
Porl .r Spain.
Trini.lu.l. Ii. u. I.
8-12-'10.
Dr-ar Sirs:
I am clad In hi- ahlo to Inform you that
ih. "truaa" ,?> [ got from rou in s. pianibrr
Ii huM aupported my
nice 1 ik.-i wora it. j
1 ...... 1 red [ can 1
and ti 1 iiiiT.-r. ni Id
of truss wlllioul : I I u Nhrlnnlnif
to iinr.k 1 abould hat. to an r|
tlon. ;i Ihi ,.iy g, iunK
now, nowevor, 1 conaldi r m
prartlrnlly ourad. To inv mind OH ol
Ir. al polnta aboul your In
' '- ra i>. ra, al-
thouKli tliut praaaora never actuall) ral
An.r th. Ural raw daya l i. i not felt its
i i '' any more than I do my ti
BUapendera. You are .;. me to i:.-ko
any us you Ilk.- of thin letler.
truly.
J il. Wl.ltt'buad.
To Brook* Rupture Appliance Co.
Th^ ntmi
II r,nk h, nhn hail
lie, ii i iirlnu It ii |.lii re for mrr :m jeiin
If llliplur.il, write dim tuilny.
My Appliance Sent on Trial
If you have triad everything I
come to mi I h.i'
hi re ..ii ;.. i
ind I will aeml ,
my II i .
It* ci : ..ii the i of mai
people who triad ipi
;" o tremi ful. It .

'' '' I ai .T it
to you on a atric-t .
n or rm in j i. r mde and I I
' ' prlca -.. Ii a thai anybi
i'1'1',' P ii on
trial i
mi. r rori-oN
r TODAY
Poataae i i. i, i
I" IlltV
t A.
i lll.i: I'.l 01 IA1 ION < ni POM
i: r
atai a.
plain wrap-
in i run in-
i lor iii
ii apturi.
Name
rPIaaa write plainly)
z.


lion of the country, hut he has also |
found time to devote himself to
.1 -_; r -i i i in .in.l edit in mil issues !
;iihI he loses no opp >rtunity tnnd-
vance 1*1 pet scheme of elevating
Hie masses and extending the bles
sin"-; of education to the tin-
nlphahetic million'; of the Repub-
lic. This is the man llueiti.
ANNA eTrAE
Proprietress Of .
The Vogue,
"Au Bon Marche Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
LADIES Dress Goods, in
t Lustn s, Si : gi s, Ratim -
white and Coin in d G>r>
dings, Crepes, Crepons, Mar-
quisettes, Bengalines, Lands-1
downes, Spot-Muslins, Em-
broidered Muslins, Velvets,
Embroidered Batistes, Tus-
sore Suitings, Embroidery
Flouncings, (Overall Entbroi-
dery and Overall 1.
Laces and Insertii ns, Rib-
bons plain and fancy I ,atesl
Style Belts Lace Collars,
Embroidery Collars.
Ladies White, Black, Pink,
Blue, Heliol rope, and Grey
Silk Stockings
Men's White, Black, Grey
Navy Blue, Alice Blue, Helio,
and Green Silk Sr> ks with
Silk Ties to match
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
Ladies Supei fine Silk Para-
sols, Silk Evening Scarves,
Beautiful Handbags
.11.tin! i Japanese (lo ds
Genuine Irish Lini ns ol ail
kinds.
XOTICI. !
Gasoline
V" I \ND.\RD I >il Go's Matoi
v^ Spirits sold in quantities ol jl
fix lions and upwnnl fni une shilling
per '^.i I Ion a t < iai i ije
liring i Vessel fi>i spill quanti-
ties.
Dunn-- may he had with "drum
lots,' Fuhji (it" return lien empi)
\< n the Fifth i nrs -"I I nt
sir ,, es to per re t dis-
count f. ". b. factoi y.
[:-.i ;.irs also for Hire,
I s Irs re lied I n lOs i w
\ i i no i e .m'I I supplies
kept in si h .. i.'vlui lei 11 i .hi !
A ito ii i " i spe :ialty
i' hi even s II von a verv i w -
n cnt st< nn vvitli faucit to
k< ep gasoline, i.'o i i i I see
I hem,
Applv lo
J. P. SIMMS,
,7 Market Streel
$>&3^sQSSi&3fB^SSQI&&'^3&>gXS^S(^^
Valuable
alike
for the
Fnvalid and Ro-bast
iSCt *
The "Allcnburys' Diet is n-commeiided for
general use in place of on .nary milk foods,
gruel, etc.. and is particulci !v adapted to the
needs of Dyspeptics. Invalids, ana the Aged.
Being largely predigested it iscasyof assimi-
lation. A cup of the 'Allcnburys' Diet is
useful in the forenoon between meals.
The 'Allcnburys' Diet may be taken with
advantage on going to bed in the place of
stimulants. Being easily digested jt promotes
tranquil and refreshing s!.

depressing reaction in the morning, which
often follows the taking of spirits.
A Complete Milk and Farinaceous Fi
or I'lui-hIion, Most agreeable lo (.-.'.
and Quickly made by adding bolli.itf
id. Easy
. Simply
ter only
To be obtained Irom all Chemists ana Stores.
ALLEN & liANBLJYS LID. I (V.DON. 1NCLAISD.
V.t


Afiernoons 2 p.m.
Evenings 8 p.m.
CIRCUS
i
?a
N A S S A U
4 Grand GALA Days A
February 24th lo 28th.
J. H. ESCH1V1AN CIRCUS
A
IV
Consisting of
thleles, Contortionists, Rquilibrists, Prapeze Artists,
Ri \ olvin ;' I .adders, Fl\ ing Rings,
ituring Little Memo irlds most noted and
most talked of I'i ncd Klcpli int.
I i ; l i i r \\ i 111
Trainc IP Pon and other I'.quin v mders.
I I C \'l ION :
FLYING I. URS K GROUNDS
KUKIv -Outside Alti I ns Daily.
2 and 7 p in.
R I. \ I.
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
\\ MLLIAMS
\\ I ill SHOEM \\
I las jusl i eived ;i
e co nt of
! nd .'>es most
"I m hit li are
SAMPLI LOTS
"f i. j .mil 3 paiis of a
brand and st) If in ;ill
which .i if heing sold
5URPRMNGI V CHEAP:
In m.iii\ ii si incei iho discount is
not le-s than
io per cent on tl
il i \i PRIi I -s
In d.iv an ci mvince ywii
'II tii.it tins is mother lt ol
'ii.n.il Bargains
w Inch is eveij >\ .in.l then
i-l Ht
Will.I IMS'
WHOLESALE iNU RETAIl
sllol KM \:,| |s||\n.\T.
lay-stieet,
"NEW NATIONAL" 81
"IDEAL"
HAM) MACHINES
'.NEW HOME"Ol RUBY-
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE BY
CUf, E, ALEULY
"dr i
^J-J-
W. v. > I 11
UNDERi VKER
Dl'.- .in I Hie I'd ilic iii.it I p has
j i>t ti ji I'l.niplete outfit f
i iii -ii >- uf .hi mi-
ller! ..i. u l.icll | lues him in ,i
P' isj: ii hi to i .11 ly i ut Funei r Is that
ma> i" i ntiti'tpil to Ins care with
hi and despatch ; and i i
fully solicits theii patronage Gel
rny Prices fust and prove thai they
are Ihe very I west for the first class j
Ji^iL------- ,i^.s-
.'
Ilk
m*


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