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Zhe {Tribune Tuead&y. Februr> 24. 1914 So the Tories are taking up the Marconi business again They act on the principle th.it if you throw plenty of mud some of it will stick.' But for that party to do that kind of thing is very sickening. Such charges come with an ill grace from men who while in office did many things that were very shameless. '1 hey in many cases held Directorates in companies that were making heavy contracts with the Government, and at the same time they were members of the Government itself. The Liberals have clean hands in that respect. The American Marconi Company had no contracts with the British Government and it was not out of order for Government men to deal in those particular shares, unless, indeed it is out of order for Government men to have any stock exchange transactions at all—which is a wider question and a different question altogether. We are glad the Government is keeping clear of this second enquiry, and we hope that if ever the subject comes up again in debate in the House of Commons the Liberal leaders will mercilessly expose the snuffling hypocrites who ase trying to get an advantage out of shis agitation. The Unionists are desperately anxious to prevent the Parliament Act from working. Two measusesare due for passage this year over the heads of the Peers if they should oppose them, and the Tories want to try to discredit and destroy the Ministry before these two' Bills can get through. Mr. Masterman's defeat in the Bethnal Green by election is by no means a sufficient reason for Mr. Asquith to lose nerve Mr. Masterman was not far from defeat at the hy-election there in JQII. By the Report of the Committee on the re arrangement of the public offices, we see th.it it is proposed to erect a new and larger baggage shed on the Customs Wharf and that in its construction is included an ''iron picket fence" and 'iron doors", so well so good ; but should this building be erected it will become necessary to create a new office, we have at present the offices of Attorney General, Receiver General, and Surveyor General and we are soon to have a Registrar General, by all means let us have a Painter General. We have seen so much iron public property go to destruction for want of periodical scraping and painting that we are constrained to make this appeal. We have seen telegraph poles, lamp posts and fences rust away just above ground for want of scraping and painting occasionally, seats in public places the same. We have seen open gates that could not be closed, and cl< >ed gates that could not be opened all for want of an occasional scraping and painting. Now, we have a few iron telegraph poles, tall iron wire less telegraph towers, iron fences and gates at the western cemetery, iron gates at government house, iron posts and chains at Rawson Sq., iron brackets for electric light, and two fine lamp posts without lamps in front of the public buildings, all of which require periodical scraping and painting and would occupy one man con stantlv, beginning at one end and from the finish go back again to where he began before, by all means let us have a Painter General. Mr. Frederick A. Toote is making good in certain studies at St. Augustine School Raleigh, N. C. His report for the Half Year ending February ist 1014 gives him, (out ofa possible ieo) Algebra 66, Civic 80, English 89, History 89, Latin 79, Printing 96. We hope for better results next Half when he will have had a whole term ; in the first half he has had only four months J The Eschman European Railway Shows according to announcement arrived this morning per Mail Steamer "Miami." An enormous crowd, extending up Last Street to Bay where for B short time it blocked Ihe traffic gathered at the King's Wharf, and where the Animals and other paraphernalia of the show were landed, amid great excitement especially when the baby elephant "Little Nemo" and the ponies were landed. The company appears to be a large one, and includes a band winch it is claimed is a good one. the appointments all appear to be good and fit, and the animals which include dogs and monkies, appear well and lively, a good entertainment may be expected. The Eschman show'always makes good. Plenty of new Reels for Imperial by this mornings steamer Special Show to-morrow Night. See Adv. j The Schooner "William If Albury" arrived on Saturday from Miami with lumber and the following passengers. Mesdames Laura Binder and Monomah H iggs; Messrs Berbice Higgs, Timothy Culmer, William W. Thompson, McGregor Knowles, Winer If Bethel, James Heal, Edward Reckley, Zacharias Anderson, and Arthur Culmer. (ll) The Ward Line Steamer "Saratoga" arrived ofi the port, early this morning, and after transferring the following passengers to the tender proceeded to Havana.— Misses E. P. Cockburo, M. Cnbaud, C..Miller, II. Owen. II. Skaife, D. Webster, J. Wild, E. I A. Wood and II. C. Wood : Mesdames II. L Cabaud, C. C. Drew.A BSharpe.and SS Wood; Mr and Mis. L T Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. C II Hunt, Mr and Mrs E. V. Z. Lane, Mr and Mrs J Owen, Mr and Mrs A A Smith, Mr and Mrs R G Stevens, Mr and Mrs E (j Thatcher, Mr and MrsB I Wild, Mr and Mrs C S Weston, Mr and Mrs C K Vun man ; Messrs C B. Bailey, C. F. Forsythe, C. B. Flynn, F. P. Harborne, R. McDonnugh, II. C. Mac Lane, C. Dudlv Pieper, R K. Snow. J. V. Taylor C. P. Webster, and P, F. Wild. Misses Seva Bethel and Selvina Bethel, and for Havana. 133 in transit The Mail Steamer "Miami'' arrived this morning from Mia mi with 95 passengers. Misses M. E, Potter. I. T. Dwight, C. Fisher, C C Bowles, and J. Roberts ; Mesdames C. Atherton, C. M. Miller, 0, Rag| sdale, II. Harmon, G. Roberts and C. C. Wvnian ; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McMichael, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Birdsong, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kramer, Mr and Mrs. \ D. M. Fellows, Mr and Mrs. W. %  1 1 %  S. Gaylord, Mr and Mrs. H. L. Ward, Dr. and Mr.. J >1. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Co per, Mr. and Mr. E. S. Jack ma Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Powell, Mr # -md Mrs. H. F. Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chase, Mr. nd Mrs. Louis La Roy; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fowler ;' Me.srs C. J. Fulton, P. C. Corbin. II. L. Judd, II. I). Moore, M. II. Marshall, R J. Davidson, F. Cunningham, J. Rosenneld, J. H. Esch nan, W. B. York, R. De Co an, and Herbert Du Val ; Dr. H. C. Fyman, Mesdames May Cm %  lingham, L. White, Lettie Meadows, Emily .lories, and Netta Cunningham ; Messrs John W. Allen, Roy Bassett: Robl B 'lton, W. II. Boyden, John Clyd %  Frazcr Clarke, Gland Fow er, Fred < Jay, F.arl Johnson. Hi rry Johnson, II. P. McKechnie, Geo. M. Smith, M.Smith.G.II. Williams, Boisey Nolan, Albert 1 Emery, Chas King, Cornelius Garner, Henry Williams, Fred Aniti, David Dames, Absfllo 11 Oliver, James Hunter, Davi I Smith, Luther Martin, Mitch''. Thompson, Samuel Smart, Win. Mecplilin, Matthew H. I/O we, Henry Sturrup, Timothy Titus, Nathaniel Rolle, Levi Rahming, Nathaniel H. Moss, Herbert Russell, James S. F.ngi I, James Robertson and Philli| Worth. (95) (Communicated) February 21st 914 E. V. I". I rigade To the bereavi d family Whereas it has pleased almighty God 111 his infinite wisdom to call from our midst to the great beyond, a faithful mem her of our company Charles Anderson—as a token of respect this Company has suitably memorialized its departed. Resolved that we reverently bow to the will of I Inn who doetb all things well tothosewho love him. Be it further resolved that 've extend to the family our deepest sympathy in this sad hour and commend them for consolation to him whose ways and means are past finding out, and whose will must be done. Farewell dear Brother, we would not have thee 140 But the great creator has willed it s 1 Sleep on dear Brother and take thy rest. We sadly miss thee but God knows best. Wm. A. MATHER, CAPT, TIMOTHY A. SMITH, Act.Sec.,



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^ At 9 o'clro there was flu of Fort FiiM a a signal whit I could Correct fact it could preted in a do. What is the that can moan dozen interpre Surely it is < obsolete and i should he imp tence Why use rnoi:ey for tlial — k this ruorninp ijl from the staff tie signal station no man on earth 'v interpret, in .ive been interen different ways use of a signal any one of a ations. i me that the old jt of date system oved out of exis he Tax payers which is useless? The Rev. C .arks A. Dann sailed for Grand Bahama this evening per Sc ir. "Struggle" FOREIGN Mails per Mail Steamer "Mia n" will be closed on Tuesday _> | h at 3. 30 p. in. Thursday 26tl it 4. 30 p. m. on Saturday 281 1 at 7 a m-—Per Mail Steamer "Vigilancia" I' inlay 27th at IO a. m. INTERINSI LAR Mails for Harbour Islam!, Spanish Wells, Eleuthera, Andros, Abaco, Exuma, bonp Island, Port Howe, Rum C iy, and Watlings Island on Fnd y 37th at 2 p. m. CABLEGRAMS Februar 24th 1914. Berlin, 22.Rumours are in circulation in 'lunich court circles that King Ludwig of Bavaria will go to he United States in June af the guests of llerr Ballin on the maiden trip of the new Hamburg American Liner Vaatei land. Paris, 32.—At the war office it was .'innoir .ced today that 5.000 tons of flour would be placed in a warehouse in Paris to be used in feeding the population in th" event of ordinary railroad traffic being interrupted by the mobilization of the French army. London, 22. -When the case of James M iur, accused of black mail by "Josephine, Princess of TI111111 and Taxis," came up in the Westminster Court yesterday, the magistrate discharged Mr Maur, on the ground that the evidence did not show that the defendant had anything to do with writing the letters, London, 22. -Sir Joshua Reynolds portrait of Mrs Keck sold at Christie.! this afternoon for f 3.IOO. London, 22.—Officials of the British Museum said today no pictures were missing from that institution. This announcement was made in reply to inquiries as to the authenticity of the reports from Paris that canvasses of great value had been stolen by a band of international art thieves. Berlin, 2 %  .—A proposal to im prove the harbour of Apia in the Sarnoan Islands in order to rendr it capable of of accommodating shipping which will use the Panama Canal was made in the budget committee of the Imperial Parliament today. The Secretary of state for the Colonies opposed the project, saving it would cost nearly §10.000.000. Bermuda, 22 —After a long Struggle through parliament the bill to subsidize the Canada Lines, Limited, by the colony of Bermuda was passed today in the legislative council by a vote of 6 to 3. The subsidy calls for the payment of $80,000 annually to the steamship company. London, 22.— Women must still promise to "Ob.-y" in the mainage service. There had been some expectation that tlia pledge of obedii nee would be abolished at the meeting of the upper house of the convocation oi Canterbury to-day. The bishop, however, asked permission to withdraw the proposal, a chorus >f approval greeting Ins request. BY RADIO. February 34th 1914. New York, 23 The stock ex change was closed today. Denver, ay—Henry \I. Teller. 10 vears a United States Senator.'died today, aged 83. Washington, 23.—The revenue cutter Onondago wirelessed today that she was st. •.oiling to the aid of the British steamer | Sachem reported in distrets off Hog Island, near where the Monroe went down receutly. Wexford, Ireland, 33.—The survivors of the wrecked Nor wegian schooner Mexico were today taken oil the barren island on which they had landed on Saturday an 1 where they had been since, without food. Altogether 1 t men were drowned, in attempts to save them. The schooner was dashed to pieces. Chichester, England, 23.— While flying with a passenger today Lieut. Ronald Kemps biplane turned turtle and crash ed to the ground. Kemp was seriously hurt and his passenger, E. T. Hayncs, was killed. London, 23.—It was stated in the house of commons today that the execution of Benton byMexican rebels would hot cause the British government to intervene in Mexico. British intervention would be futile and impolitic. Budapest, 23.—The house of the Greek Catholic Bishop Miklossy atDebrecozan was destroy ed by a dynamite bomb today. Six men were killed and twelve injured. The dead included the vicar and the Bishops secretary. Roumanian .Nationalists are supposed to be responsible for the explosion. London, 23.—"S. O. S." signals from the German steamer Wildenfels from Hamburg for Calcutta were picked up today by her sister ship Trautenfels and relayed by wireless to the Lizard. A later wireless picked up by the British ship Correntina says that the Trautenfels did not require any further help. The message intimated that an explosion had occurred on board Chicago, 23.— The worst snow storm of the season start ed yesterday and continues today over a large part of the middle west. New York, 23 —The local vwaiher forecaster predicts more snow for this vicinity tonight and tomorrow. It will be Colder, with high Northeast winds. New York, 23.— District Attorney Whitman plans for a new Becker trial as there are persistent reports that the court of appeals will overturn the verdict of the jury that was charged by Justice Coff. Tokio, 2\ —The Japanese naval scandals brought to light through alleged relations I" tween a former Japanese naval attache in Berlin and a German contracting firm were shown today to be more extensive than at first thought. Mexico, 23. —Rebels today blew up a troop train on the Inter Oceanic Railway. No one was killed. Philadelphia, 33.—Radium valued at twenty thousand dol lars has failed to check a cancer of Mrs Rachel McLaughlin here and treatment lias been abandoned. CIRCUS BEGINNING To-night Flying horse gruonds F-~~ OUTSIDE rree ATTRACTIONS IMPERIAL THEATRE Wednesday Feb. 25 Don't forget Special Show at 8 o'clock 4 NEW REELS COME AND SEE "Fortune's Pet" IN TWO MAGNIFICENT REELS Popular Prices— 6d 9 is REMEMBER.! No home wa.or can be comj plete without "Music" W E are offering a line of High Grade Pianos, Player Pi. anos, Piano O.gans, and Reed Organs suitable t<>r every home. Come! and see our latest catalogue and let us send one of these monuments dnect from factory to your home (or 30 days inl. Absolutely FREE for asking.Chuose for your self.Oui instrument* and terms are the Bet m the World. Till-: RISING STAR Dillet Sireet. \V. F, W. & Co. YY. \. 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Notice. A I.I. persons arc hereb\ 01 1 v dered by the Board of Health to h ive their yards and lots thoroughly cleaned, and to have all rubbish, ,,| ( | , llls Dot *'es, etc., removed therefrom, '" %  %  "'' February 28th, 1914. A cumulations of rubbish pla ced at the sides of streets under this order, will be removed at ,l "' Publi expense until the date mentioned ; but after that date, viz. : February 28th, all ms who have failed to comply with this order, will be compelled to remove their accumu lal ions : 1 the dumping ground at tin ir o\\ n ex| tense, ami %  •. i in addition, be liabli to prosecution. Bj order of the Board of Health [AMES H. KNOVVLI S, Clerk in the Board. -8th January I^I 1. A CHEAP LOT OF USEFUL AK riCLES L AI>'(',[-; soup pi • %  • Mugs : • mixiutt bowls is., is., 6(1., toil. 1 set, %  • %  more silvei 1 .., I, H nd I dozen thin tumMei 3 I. I. irijedilio 4 Id. Enamel basins 9 '.. is., 1 Large enamel pitchers 1-. Large enamel chambers 2s, 1 _• more nickle clocks _•-. 6d. Enami I stew pans is.6d. and =<. Yellow chaml"*rs '. '.. is., :-. 6 I. Hand lamp; is Si ind ditto, 1-. I %  '> I'" "I ; china le q I. is, is. 6 ms, Pol cove s, Pudding pa 1 s, Sauce p ins, Ketiels, L iige enamel disk p ins i--. gd. and is. Fancj fool lulu is. A ('II \ \Vi, 1 KM \ VK DON'T 1 ;i r IAI RV 11 w. .j on I) xtra Urge fine illow '*" I1 • • ~ Cam seat p irlour chairs ,-. I .,1 ge wn >d lxt( 1 kers 1 is, I i|>|t>| .,.., IOS., tl v h t L< Itei Press 4s 1 ";ill quickly .it KNICK K\ \( K STi rR, M11 k< 1 Street, it R SALE \ Cornish ()rjjan 5 O lav In good condition Reference Mr. George I Davis Apply i" Mi Jas, W. Roberts West Sireel 24 FOOT MACHINES '--ra FOR Ml'. UY CHA3. E, ALBURY. ANNA E.RAE Pri pi ic ro w Of "NEW NATIONAL" (& I ri. T/ n d„, ••IIJF'Al '• rogue, 'vlu Bon M< rc/ie Stores" HAND MACHINES fi J ^ NEW HOME" "RUBY" A LARGF. ASSORTMENT TO SELEC1 FROM L AI >IES Di • ( i oods, in Lustn ;es, Ratim s white and C" '! %  1 ired C< 'i dings, Crepes, 1 !i epons, Marquisettes, Bi ngalines, Landsidownes, Spol Muslins, Embroidered Mu lins, \'1 ' 1 Einbroiden d I latistes, I ussi ire Suiti Embroidi 1 y Floum i 11 %  __-. I ) %  rail Embn>ii|;i \ and Over; 11 I Lares and I iseitiims, RibU pwould iformall who a P | MI-.M, I .. .;. 1 ,we n 'wi b ons P ,ain an fancy Latest have on ,nd an extensive Stock o| HAVANA CIGARS. We|Style Belts Lace Collars, '•' ''• %  :I '"-"•' t" be made of the fin. -t Havana and Sumatra • Embroidi I \ Ci liars. V\rappers,and Havana Killers throughout LadieS vVhiti Black, Pink. 1 nese Cigars are manufactured on mu premises l>v skilh-d workmen IM 11 1 . %  and great pains are taken to produce an atide ,„ qii \, t \ l ,'"'. ''' """I"'' and Gre v I he success we h ive met with in tin 1 %  tlytoi xp 1 the 1 %  ii>' >n ige ol 1IOISI J. I. SAI MDI RS \ (" .. $ J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigrar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of Its excellent quality. Shingle: Bi si No. 1 I' M I 1 5111. Cvpn Shingles .1* •-' |.i per thousand ol 20 bundles I Hscounts on lots of n> 5000 shingle %  Special Price alsi' mi 1 heaper grai I 5m. Cypress Ml $1 2 per thousand of 211 bundles. Tins price made p ssible by ;i very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving everv vvi ek. C C SAL'.NDERS \ \sS M II Mil %  \l\ H< )l si; ARI REi I IVINil I invei 1 v I • %  • Lai • 1 of FURNII I Ii! Ii 11 MI~I-I in of a lariie Viii ol R ill) i.nd Wicker Rocking C h • 11 rs 1 %  1 11 1 j -.-'.;. 1 \ .in Hsstmt. of l).ik I',M loin I nliles from 10, to j s, I.-id 11 -, (11 nts, and (.!hilds. I'. Wardiobes, Sidehards r>d Hedsteads, I lurea ux W.ishslands, VI50 Large (|ii |> 11.'Mi di |. ih Loll I 'i v R E A I. Bargains AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOES. V I/ILI.I WIS \ \ I HE si I' >! \l W 11. %  %  .| .1 %  consignment hi i' us and ^li 1 '1 SAM PI i: LOIS "I I. of ;i lir.nul .'mil sty!( in ill i/.'s win. h .1 IIliemg -.II M SURPRMNGLY I'HICAP: Men's White, Blai k, GreyNavy Blue, Ali :e Blue, Hi lio, •' "". and < Ireen Si S cks with Silk Ties to m itch Si Ik Shirt Pyiani Ladies S nebilk I'.nasols, Silk I-.M ing Si arves, iI liful Handbags 11 .in Isi mi' J ipanese li' 1 ds ( i i'ini in'Irish I .in*-ii 11| ;ill kinds. N( ITICE! Gasc line STANDARD Oil Co's Mot' L I \ \ I I \! foi 1 s liillinc per it a linn at G;n l'iiii_; a \ c"'I [of SIM I I quantiIn many instance* the discount i n '-. %  e lian I ' I with "drum 1 1 ...i cent on 11.e return w hen em pi) Rlti il'L \l< PRI KS Keo ttie Fiftlri an Mil at 1 I to d iv and com nice \ our s ' ' ' '"' disue I that this is H not her those I s %  1 'i mna I Ifcii (jnins hicli i %  in 1 tin n I red ;ii 'All I.I Wl1 1 1. ". 1, f icti >rj. Reo Cars al lire, I iic\ cles iente RFTAIL Vuto Grease a specialty. SHI >\: ESI \l'.|.l>ll\|l.\ I. -•77 27 ), Ii iv-stiei t, NO II 1 [M ll> is to inform my P.ttroni C in evi 1 very ron*e n en! sti H aj.dru 11 '.\ .'ii Faucil to keep ff isoline, ',0 ne and see \| 1 ily in I. P. SIMMS, I 1, ... Sti 'et. : %  • Public in 1 ienera I '' I*. Ladies aiidrhildrenV Hats, that I have opened my Public M i"'Samtary Diaper, Ulnck Smith Shop; and 1 r% • __ -_ 1 0 Rug, ready to do anything in the line ..1 JCilUjfLJIlio 'i %  -••''.in-. I'M Id Ware, General repnir'm new work Horse I in ware, Notions, Pictures, and Shoeing -1 ciallv. All work done Mei lian 1e.1i \, i*. A. I'luyler, Hay i!ir.i. I.ast (Wharf' I |o(t of ot li'-i '_,' %  tods A. F. >IOORE, i.l.uiv. 38th 1914. M irkel St. for HJRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street.



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CD "3 cr CO CD 5O CD CO Nvilllus addlCtUi Ivirare in vcrba mftii'sT'K mi; bound to swear lo llie Dogrmvs l no Master. VOL. \|. Nassau. N. P., Bahamivs. Tuesday. F'ebnrtyry 24. 1414 No. 62 LEON I. H in I'l i II IMI' N < i |> H 11 I %  R D! -Tli-i ,, M UtKBT IIM.l 'I i u N. '., F. AH AM A. HLlM111 U IJ .11 i ij, .Veil %  i %  • ' %  % % %  :.i) i i %  • %  %  \u< glr ,-., %  ... itl tVeekh ... -! %  %  I.. HM> ... I, %  %  %  ,> I < %  'f l> 4*' I.I: Ve..rh y ~. PtYAHI.I l\' M1VANCF. \ %  li'ing R ites ix pence pei In e f.. %  % %  e i • • %  in '• 1 .i and one penio |n i 11ne for subsi %  • \(Hi'iii-i i -lit line 1 nu-: ISA I' I I.I. • F BISHOP" I hi; Archbishop of Canter. i 1111 \ 11 i • 'in. I he only th.ii nv I)) iInch I hi cli n y %  'if I'lsliop III / %  • B -li ip-> '>f \l ; Ujj.tnd %  luduial Committee ol ilie |'iivy i iiunci I I Ins -t item "in li is been ni "I" to tin i \ |i t %  i) 11 e of the mosi ii iir es in England on i. hurcli I •.-T %  ii v mid law. Fin HI my 'I ivs |i il tli" que*t i m in < i.. • • .. %  i mti 'U illy : \\ h.il will ill\rclilnsliop ilo.' It li • wily by prisons (liMu--in ; K iyu qu—iiion 1l1.1t the 1 u'd I"' b* Mil .1 nd mined > %  \ 1 i"d I ,, ...... • ippln iii'in of t ie bishop, of 7. nzib >r. I he \i li M*h >p niui-"lf ll is ITl 1 iIe 11o • 1 I t ho Ktaletient I | uhli.hei| mid .1 letiei li Vlr. I in \J ii' I 11. \| p., pi inti 'I i" Full In l''', i" hich ii fi 1 "I 'mi d II >'i" he will have lo 1 1 k '. an I add* : •'It is 111 \ duly Hi we 11 HS mv w i-li lo secure th ii ni lha pi per time the lii-ii ip of Z I'izil) irsh iid hi ye HUiple HI iportunity "I IHJ his case before th* p ipei ecclesiastic ii auth irity This HUlllOl its, ll 1Staled, is the Judicial Committee ol ilie l'i ivy Council. THE STATEMENT. "There is no such court as tint • \ 11 i-li h 1bee 1 MI le 1 of as 'the \i. i ivincial I th ithorii 1 the Arcl led. "No : has I to le whit is or is not h resy, mid the talk of it is nice HI -HI at tempi In lei up a new authority outside the law I'll'' \rchb : i ip m i\ take 'action o 1 e 1 vi 1 HI said ou 1 p.mi. "but any de ision he urel; 1 perion, in whi 1 Church. ni.'ht lo •'< with resp icl but I not ha ve I ..'• % %  t four .1a fiii il deci don, as il ! ive 'i 1 le il I 'i ''• I 1 fact sion. "I %  lorit) which 1 1 ,]. 1 ie wh ii is 01 is not in accordnnot' with li docti ni' of th"* i' urch ol E ig 1 m I 1lbludiei il nillee 1 the I' ivy Council, ulu ii de -ill d the I i "li mi C ise in 1 M\ \ M %  s .< % % %  1 and 01 1 ases il 'ike that, bul ii 1so, MI iii a question ol ,\ is to he tried n is I he Judicial v' %  111 nil tee lhal will try it. "The Church of England is es. t ih ished by I iw. Hie Pi iyei bo ik, in 11 Imi! i 1 1 riiiny 1 e \rticles, 1-, in f ict, ;i schedule to tii %  Act o| U ill iv. I'h* ii" id id the Ch'iK'h 's the King, ail Ins j 1 Mci ii fund ions as It %  1 1 1 re \ 1 ihe I idici il 1 "'i n n 1 if I li* P .i'i Mi • \rch1 and bishops in exercise no 1 in 1 lions, rhey h iv %  no nuihonty to il > si, and c ni li iv • only u'i'ii ii 1 con'ei 1 cl mi them b) This situation may ro isa fei !• ing Hinony mi ne I riurchmen in I' 11 mr 0 di •'-' ibl is'ini'ir, bul so I ,|||i 1, 1I1 %  1 'lunch r-'iu 1 %  11 by la W ... 11 1 ihe I s • long il inusi ibi le by I 1 ;.1 1 I.; 11 11 l iwn thai the pish.p. of \l n'l 1 HI I I '.: i'i 11 h iv not been guilty ol heresy in a I low in ; in 'in '"'of a nun epi ip ilian s innfh to partake of 1'..111 iijnion. li they did di cl ii" them guilty it wonld be against the practice of the Church lor the past 300 years. •'The point to m ike cleai at i 1 >nt, hi iw ". % %  is that it ip ol Z-i ids fo mu1 11111 '. t %  Bishops ul d mi J is 1 ; y n la, he can onlj do so before the Judici il Co nmittee of the Privv Counci I." IHK ARCHBISHOPS LET \'ER The letter which the Archbishop 1.1 (lanteibury h is senl to Mr (an M il olm, VI. P., was in an'. to a suggestion from Mr. Malcolm that "perh ip-. this l m'gerous i ontroversy in the pressmigbl 1 'as i il %  1 could MI m see youi vvaj to make public J\ iur intention as 10 then 11 ure of the court t>> which the hi aring will be iuh nitted." Vs indicated ibove, Hie \rch bishop m 1 kes n 1 suggest ion in Ins reply, given in the Times, that the question of heresy will in 1 decided by In nself. 11" w 1 ite : "() 1 Palace, Canterbury, "Jan i, 1914. Mv dear M il dm, I 1 ritiiely shai e yi iur feel ing as to Ihe mis. chiel ivluc 1irisina f 1 "" ,l1 exubtraol and s >me limes heated controversy which has been evok' cl by ihBish >p of Zanzibar's printed letter, and my disappointmen 1 is greal '.hit mv efforts to expedite Ins return t" Engl in I have h 1 MI fruit less. My c 'i 1 espi uid 1 e 'A iih the bishop, •• ere I il lih-i' \ii p 11 li.i'it, v ltd how th a I am .'it present without a iv specific inform itiou ns to the ,\ t tequest which he des re pi in before m 1. "It wou %  l 'i.i ; n %  Renume i-i.ici inn where the cohl 1 oversia ists to see iheii iv ere l< n : to I i\ (low 11 theii pens and t" aw a t guch form il aclion as I mu-'l mys"lf t.il<" f a dea lint: prop 'I ly with \\ ial is refi %  I to ne, I rel ahs. 11 ni' SI it U any opinion ind up m the jects 11 iss 1 • "li is my duty is *•iriunil) "I layirig his c is" l> 'In-" 1 he pi 1 per %  .1 1 si i" I aui hoiity, I tim Mint's very truly, "HANDAI I. C \N ll'll." r


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Tuesday, February 24, 1914
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Nvilllus addlCtUi Ivirare in vcrba mftii'sT'-
K mi; bound to swear lo llie Dogrmvs l no Master.
VOL. \|.
Nassau. N. P., Bahamivs. Tuesday. F'ebnrtyry 24. 1414
No. 62
LEON I. H in I'l i II
IM- I' N < i |> H 11 I R
D! -Tli-i ,, M UtKBT IIM.l 'I
i u N. '., F. AH AM a- .
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PtYAHI.I l\' M1VANCF.
\ li'ing R ites ix pence pei In e
f.. e i in '
1 .i and one penio |n i
11ne for subsi
\(Hi'iii-i i -lit line1
nu-: ISA I' I I.I. F BISHOP-
" I hi; Archbishop of Canter.
i 1111 \ 11 i -
'in. I he only
th.ii nv I)) i- Inch I hi cli n y 'if
I'lsliop III
/ B -li ip-> '>f
\l ; Ujj.tnd
luduial Committee ol ilie
|'iivy i iiunciI
I Ins -t item "in li is been ni "I"
to tin i \ |i t i) 11 e of the mosi
........ii iir ..... es in England on
i. hurcli I.--t ii v mid law.
Fin hi my 'I ivs |i il tli" que*t i m
in < i.. - .. i mti 'U illy : \\ h.il
will ill- \rclilnsliop ilo.' It li
wily by prisons
(liMu--in ; K iyu quiiion
1l1.1t the 1 u'd I"' b* Mil .1 nd
mined > \ 1 i"d
I ,- ...... ippln iii'in of
t ie bishop, of 7. nzib >r.
I he \i li M*h >p niui-"lf ll is
ITl 1iIe 11o 1 I
t ho Ktaletient ..... I | uhli.hei|
mid .1 letiei li Vlr. I in \J ii' I 11.
\| p., pi inti 'I i" Full In l''', i"
hich ii.....fi 1 "I 'mi d
II >'i" he will have lo 1 1 k '. an I
add* :
'It is 111 \ duly Hi we 11 hs mv
w i-li lo secure th ii ni lha pi per
time the lii-ii ip of Z I'izil) irsh iid
hi ye HUiple hi iportunity "I Ihj
his case before th* p ipei
ecclesiastic ii auth irity "
This HUlllOl its, ll 1- Staled, is the
Judicial Committee ol ilie l'i ivy
Council.
THE STATEMENT.
"There is no such court as tint
\ 11 i-li h 1- bee 1 mi le 1 of as 'the
\i. i ivincial
I th ithorii
1 the Arcl
led. "No : has
I to le whit is or is
not h resy, mid the talk of it is
. nice hi -hi at tempi
In lei up a new authority outside
the law
" I'll'' \rchb :i ip m i\ take 'ac-
tion o 1 e 1 vi 1 hi said ou 1
, p.mi. "but any de ision he
urel; 1 per-
ion, in whi 1 Church.
ni.'ht lo '< with resp icl but
I not ha ve I ..' t
four .1- a fiii il deci don, as il
! !, ive 'i 1 le il I 'i '' I1' fact
sion.
"I ........ lorit) which 1 1
,]. 1 ie wh ii is 01 is not in accord-
nnot' with li docti ni' of th"*
i' urch ol E ig1 m I 1- lb- ludiei il
nillee 1 the I' ivy Council,
ulu ii de -ill d the I i "li mi C ise
in 1 m\ \ m s .< 1 and 01 1 ases
il 'ike that,
bul ii 1- so, mi iii a question ol
,\ is to he tried n is I he Judici-
al v' 111 nil tee lhal will try it.
"The Church of England is es.
t ih ished by I iw. Hie Pi iyei
bo ik, in 11 Imi! i11" riiiny 1 e
\rticles, 1-, in f ict, ;i schedule to
tii Act o| U ill.......iv. I'h* ii" id
id the Ch'iK'h 's the King, ail Ins
j 1 Mci ii fund ions as It 1 1 1 re \ 1
ihe I idici il 1 "'i n n
1 if I li* P .i'i Mi \rch-
1 and bishops in exercise no
1 in 1 lions, rhey h iv no nu-
ihonty to il > si, and c ni li iv only
u'i'ii ii 1 con'ei 1 cl mi them b)
This situation may ro is- a fei !
ing Hinony mi ne I riurchmen in
I' 11 mr 0 di '-' ibl is'ini'ir, bul so
I ,|||i 1, 1I1 1 'lunch r-'iu 1 11 by la W
, ... 111 ihe I s long il inusi ibi le
by I1;.- 1 1 I.; 11 11 I ,, i| 1 he P. ivv ( au icd,
'M v own view is thil 1 he Jud 1" -
;i| din nil'".' would have no hc-i
t it ion 111 I ivinii >l iwn thai the
pish.p. of \l n'l.-1 hi I I '.: i'i 11
h iv not been guilty ol heresy in
a I low in ; in 'in '"'- of a nun
epi ip ilian s innfh to partake of
1'..111 iijnion. li they did di cl ii"
them guilty it wonld be against
the practice of the Church lor the
past 300 years.
'The point to m ike cleai at
i 1 >nt, hi iw ". ', is that it
ip ol Z-i ids fo mu-
1 11111 '.
t Bishops ul d mi j is 1
; y n la, he can onlj do so before
the Judici il Co nmittee of the
Privv Counci I."
IHK ARCHBISHOPS
LET \'ER
The letter which the Archbishop
1.1 (lanteibury h is senl to Mr (an
M il olm, VI. P., was in an- '.
to a suggestion from Mr. Malcolm
that "perh ip-. this l m'gerous i on-
troversy in the pressmigbl 1 'as i il
. 1 could mi m see youi vvaj to
make public J\ iur intention as 10
then 11 ure of the court t>> which
the hi aring will be iuh nitted."
Vs indicated ibove, Hie \rch
bishop m 1 kes n 1 suggest ion in Ins
reply, given in the Times, that the
question of heresy will in1 decided
by In nself. 11" w 1 ite :
"() 1 Palace, Canterbury,
"Jan i, 1914.
Mv dear M il dm, I 1 ritiiely
shai e yi iur feel ing as to Ihe mis.
chiel ivluc 1- irisina f1"" ,l1"
exubtraol and s >me limes heated
controversy which has been evok'
cl by ih- Bish >p of Zanzibar's
printed letter, and my disappoint-
men 1 is greal '.hit mv efforts to ex-
pedite Ins return t" Engl in I have
h.....1 mi fruit less. My c 'i 1 espi uid
, 1 e 'A iih the bishop, ere I il li-
h-i' \- ii p 11 li.i- 'it, v ltd how
th a I am .'it present without
a iv specific inform itiou ns to the
,\ t tequest which he des re
pi in before m 1.
"It wou l''i.i ;n Renume
i-i.iciinn where the cohl 1 oversia -
ists to see iheii iv ere l< n : to
I i\ (low 11 theii pens and t" aw a t
guch form il aclion as I mu-'l my-
s"lf t.il<" f a dea lint: prop 'I ly with
\\ ial is refi I to ne, I rel
ahs. 11 ni' SI it U any
opinion ind up m the
jects 11 iss 1
"li is my duty is * ish to secure llm 1.1 Ihe propri
time the Bihop ..1 / mz li should
h iv- ample opr>iriunil) "I layirig
his c is" l> 'In-" 1 he pi 1 per
.1 1 si i" I aui hoiity, I tim
Mint's very truly,
"HANDAI I. C \N ll'll."
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Zhe {Tribune
Tuead&y. Februr> 24. 1914
So the Tories are taking up
the Marconi business again !
They act on the principle th.it
if you throw plenty of mud
some of it will stick.'
But for that party to do that
kind of thing is very sickening.
Such charges come with an ill
grace from men who while in
office did many things that
were very shameless. '1 hey in
many cases held Directorates
in companies that were making
heavy contracts with the Gov-
ernment, and at the same time
they were members of the Gov-
ernment itself. The Liberals
have clean hands in that respect.
The American Marconi Com-
pany had no contracts with the
British Government and it was
not out of order for Government
men to deal in those particular
shares, unless, indeed it is out
of order for Government men to
have any stock exchange tran-
sactions at allwhich is a
wider question and a different
question altogether.
We are glad the Government
is keeping clear of this second
enquiry, and we hope that if
ever the subject comes up again
in debate in the House of Com-
mons the Liberal leaders will
mercilessly expose the snuffling
hypocrites who ase trying to
get an advantage out of shis
agitation.
The Unionists are desperately
anxious to prevent the Parlia-
ment Act from working. Two
measusesare due for passage
this year over the heads of the
Peers if they should oppose
them, and the Tories want to
try to discredit and destroy the
Ministry before these two' Bills
can get through. Mr. Master-
man's defeat in the Bethnal
Green by election is by no
means a sufficient reason for
Mr. Asquith to lose nerve Mr.
Masterman was not far from
defeat at the hy-election there
in jqii.
By the Report of the Com-
mittee on the re arrangement
of the public offices, we see th.it
it is proposed to erect a new
and larger baggage shed on the
Customs Wharf and that in its
construction is included an
''iron picket fence" and 'iron
doors", so well so good ; but
should this building be erected
it will become necessary to
create a new office, we have at
present the offices of Attorney
General, Receiver General, and
Surveyor General and we are
soon to have a Registrar Gen-
eral, by all means let us have a
Painter General.
We have seen so much iron
public property go to destruc-
tion for want of periodical
scraping and painting that we
are constrained to make this ap-
peal.
We have seen telegraph poles,
lamp posts and fences rust away
just above ground for want of
scraping and painting occa-
sionally, seats in public places
the same.
We have seen open gates that
could not be closed, and cl< >ed
gates that could not be opened
all for want of an occasional
scraping and painting.
Now, we have a few iron
telegraph poles, tall iron wire
less telegraph towers, iron fences
and gates at the western ceme-
tery, iron gates at government
house, iron posts and chains at
Rawson Sq., iron brackets for
electric light, and two fine
lamp posts without lamps in
front of the public buildings,
all of which require periodical
scraping and painting and
would occupy one man con
stantlv, beginning at one end
and from the finish go back
again to where he began before,
by all means let us have a
Painter General.
Mr. Frederick A. Toote is
making good in certain studies
at St. Augustine School
Raleigh, N. C.
His report for the Half Year
ending February ist 1014 gives
him, (out ofa possible ieo) Al-
gebra 66, Civic 80, English 89,
History 89, Latin 79, Printing
96. '
We hope for better results
next Half when he will have
had a whole term ; in the first
half he has had only four months
J
The Eschman European Rail-
way Shows according to an-
nouncement arrived this morn-
ing per Mail Steamer "Miami."
An enormous crowd, extending
up Last Street to Bay where for
B short time it blocked Ihe
traffic gathered at the King's
Wharf, and where the Animals
and other paraphernalia of the
show were landed, amid great
excitement especially when the
baby elephant "Little Nemo"
and the ponies were landed.
The company appears to be a
large one, and includes a band
winch it is claimed is a good
one. the appointments all ap-
pear to be good and fit, and the
animals which include dogs and
monkies, appear well and live-
ly, a good entertainment may
be expected.
The Eschman show'always
makes good.
Plenty of new Reels for Im-
perial by this mornings steamer
Special Show to-morrow Night.
See Adv.
j
The Schooner "William If
Albury" arrived on Saturday
from Miami with lumber and
the following passengers.
Mesdames Laura Binder and
Monomah H iggs; Messrs Ber-
bice Higgs, Timothy Culmer,
William W. Thompson, Mc-
Gregor Knowles, Winer If
Bethel, James Heal, Edward
Reckley, Zacharias Anderson,
and Arthur Culmer. (ll)
The Ward Line Steamer "Sa-
ratoga" arrived ofi the port,
early this morning, and after
transferring the following pas-
sengers to the tender proceeded
to Havana.
Misses E. P. Cockburo, M.
Cnbaud, C..Miller, II. Owen. II.
Skaife, D. Webster, J. Wild, E.
I A. Wood and II. C. Wood :
Mesdames II. L Cabaud, C. C.
Drew.A BSharpe.and SS Wood;
Mr and Mis. L T Hawkins, Mr.
and Mrs. C II Hunt, Mr and Mrs
E. V. Z. Lane, Mr and Mrs J
Owen, Mr and Mrs A A Smith,
Mr and Mrs R G Stevens, Mr
and Mrs E (j Thatcher, Mr and
MrsB I Wild, Mr and Mrs C S
Weston, Mr and Mrs C K Vun
man ; Messrs C B. Bailey, C. F.
Forsythe, C. B. Flynn, F. P.
Harborne, R. McDonnugh, II.
C. Mac Lane, C. Dudlv Pieper,
R K. Snow. J. V. Taylor C. P.
Webster, and P, F. Wild.
Misses Seva Bethel and Sel-
vina Bethel, and
for Havana.
133 in transit
The Mail Steamer "Miami''
arrived this morning from Mia
mi with 95 passengers.
Misses M. E, Potter. I. T.
Dwight, C. Fisher, C C Bowles,
and J. Roberts ; Mesdames C.
Atherton, C. M. Miller, 0, Rag- |
sdale, II. Harmon, G. Roberts
and C. C. Wvnian ; Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. McMichael, Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. Birdsong, Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Kramer, Mr and Mrs. \
D. M. Fellows, Mr and Mrs. W.
_ " 1 _____________1
S. Gaylord, Mr and Mrs. H. L.
Ward, Dr. and Mr.. J >1. Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Co per, Mr.
and Mr. E. S. Jack ma Mr. and
Mrs. 0. P. Powell, Mr#-md Mrs.
H. F. Perkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Chase, Mr. nd Mrs.
Louis La Roy; Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Fowler ;' Me.srs C. J. Ful-
ton, P. C. Corbin. II. L. Judd,
II. I). Moore, M. II. Marshall, R
J. Davidson, F. Cunningham, J.
Rosenneld, J. H. Esch nan, W.
B. York, R. De Co an, and
Herbert Du Val ; Dr. H. C. Fy-
man,
Mesdames May Cm lingham,
L. White, Lettie Meadows,
Emily .lories, and Netta Cun-
ningham ; Messrs John W. Allen,
Roy Bassett: Robl B 'lton, W.
II. Boyden, John Clyd . Frazcr
Clarke, Gland Fow er, Fred
< Jay, F.arl Johnson. Hi rry John-
son, II. P. McKechnie, Geo. M.
Smith, M.Smith.G.II. Williams,
Boisey Nolan, Albert 1 Emery,
Chas King, Cornelius Garner,
Henry Williams, Fred Aniti,
David Dames, Absfllo 11 Oliver,
James Hunter, Davi I Smith,
Luther Martin, Mitch''. Thomp-
son, Samuel Smart, Win. Mec-
plilin, Matthew H. I/O we, Henry
Sturrup, Timothy Titus, Nath-
aniel Rolle, Levi Rahming,
Nathaniel H. Moss, Herbert
Russell, James S. F.ngi I, James
Robertson and Philli| Worth.
(95)
(Communicated)
February 21st 914
E. V. I". I rigade
To the bereavi d family
Whereas it has pleased al-
mighty God 111 his infinite wis-
dom to call from our midst to
the great beyond, a faithful mem
her of our company Charles
Andersonas a token of respect
this Company has suitably mem-
orialized its departed.
Resolved that we reverently
bow to the will of I Inn who do-
etb all things well tothosewho
love him. Be it further resolved
that 've extend to the family our
deepest sympathy in this sad
hour and commend them for con-
solation to him whose ways and
means are past finding out, and
whose will must be done.
Farewell dear Brother, we would
not have thee 140
But the great creator has willed
it s 1
Sleep on dear Brother and take
thy rest.
We sadly miss thee but God
knows best.
Wm. A. MATHER, CAPT,
TIMOTHY A. SMITH, Act.Sec.,


^
At 9 o'clro
there was flu
of Fort FiiM a
a signal whit I
could Correct
fact it could
preted in a do.
What is the
that can moan
dozen interpre
Surely it is <
obsolete and i
should he imp
tence
Why use
rnoi:ey for tlial
*-
k this ruorninp
ijl from the staff
tie signal station
no man on earth
'v interpret, in
.ive been inter-
en different ways
use of a signal
any one of a
ations.
i me that the old
jt of date system
oved out of exis
he Tax payers
which is useless?
The Rev. C .arks A. Dann
sailed for Grand Bahama this
evening per Sc ir. "Struggle"
FOREIGN Mails per Mail
Steamer "Mia n" will be closed
on Tuesday _> | h at 3. 30 p. in.
Thursday 26tl it 4. 30 p. m. on
Saturday 281 1 at 7 a m-Per
Mail Steamer "Vigilancia"
I' inlay 27th at IO a. m.
INTERINSI LAR Mails for
Harbour Islam!, Spanish Wells,
Eleuthera, Andros, Abaco,
Exuma, bonp Island, Port
Howe, Rum C iy, and Watlings
Island on Fnd y 37th at 2 p.
m.
CABLEGRAMS
Februar 24th 1914.
Berlin, 22.- Rumours are in
circulation in 'lunich court cir-
cles that King Ludwig of Bava-
ria will go to he United States
in June af the guests of llerr
Ballin on the maiden trip of the
new Hamburg American Liner
Vaatei land.
Paris, 32.At the war office
it was .'innoir .ced today that
5.000 tons of flour would be
placed in a warehouse in Paris
to be used in feeding the popu-
lation in th" event of ordinary
railroad traffic being interrup-
ted by the mobilization of the
French army.
London, 22. -When the case
of James M iur, accused of black
mail by "Josephine, Princess of
TI111111 and Taxis," came up in
the Westminster Court yester-
day, the magistrate discharged
Mr Maur, on the ground that
the evidence did not show that
the defendant had anything to
do with writing the letters,
London, 22. -Sir Joshua Rey-
nolds portrait of Mrs Keck sold
at Christie.! this afternoon for
f 3.IOO.
London, 22.Officials of the
British Museum said today no
pictures were missing from that
institution. This announcement
was made in reply to inquiries
as to the authenticity of the re-
ports from Paris that canvasses
of great value had been stolen
by a band of international art
thieves.
Berlin, 2.A proposal to im
prove the harbour of Apia in the
Sarnoan Islands in order to ren-
dr it capable of of accommo-
dating shipping which will use
the Panama Canal was made in
the budget committee of the
Imperial Parliament today.
The Secretary of state for the
Colonies opposed the project,
saving it would cost nearly
10.000.000.
Bermuda, 22 After a long
Struggle through parliament the
bill to subsidize the Canada
Lines, Limited, by the colony of
Bermuda was passed today in
the legislative council by a vote
of 6 to 3.
The subsidy calls for the pay-
ment of $80,000 annually to the
steamship company.
London, 22. Women must
still promise to "Ob.-y" in the
mainage service. There had
been some expectation that tlia
pledge of obedii nee would be
abolished at the meeting of the
upper house of the convocation
oi Canterbury to-day.
The bishop, however, asked
permission to withdraw the
proposal, a chorus >f approval
greeting Ins request.
BY RADIO.
February 34th 1914.
New York, 23 The stock ex
change was closed today.
Denver, ayHenry \I. Teller.
10 vears a United States Sena-
tor.'died today, aged 83.
Washington, 23.The reve-
nue cutter Onondago wirelessed
today that she was st..oiling to
the aid of the British steamer |
Sachem reported in distrets off
Hog Island, near where the
Monroe went down receutly.
Wexford, Ireland, 33.The
survivors of the wrecked Nor
wegian schooner Mexico were
today taken oil the barren island
on which they had landed on
Saturday an 1 where they had
been since, without food.
Altogether 1 t men were
drowned, in attempts to save
them. The schooner was dashed
to pieces.
Chichester, England, 23.
While flying with a passenger
today Lieut. Ronald Kemps
biplane turned turtle and crash
ed to the ground. Kemp was
seriously hurt and his passenger,
E. T. Hayncs, was killed.
London, 23.It was stated in
the house of commons today
that the execution of Benton by-
Mexican rebels would hot cause
the British government to inter-
vene in Mexico. British inter-
vention would be futile and im-
politic.
Budapest, 23.The house of
the Greek Catholic Bishop Mik-
lossy atDebrecozan was destroy
ed by a dynamite bomb today.
Six men were killed and twelve
injured. The dead included the
vicar and the Bishops secretary.
Roumanian .Nationalists are
supposed to be responsible for
the explosion.
London, 23."S. O. S." sig-
nals from the German steamer
Wildenfels from Hamburg for
Calcutta were picked up today
by her sister ship Trautenfels
and relayed by wireless to the
Lizard. A later wireless picked
up by the British ship Corren-
tina says that the Trautenfels
did not require any further help.
The message intimated that an
explosion had occurred on board
Chicago, 23. The worst
snow storm of the season start
ed yesterday and continues to-
day over a large part of the
middle west.
New York, 23 The local
vwaiher forecaster predicts
more snow for this vicinity to-
night and tomorrow. It will
be Colder, with high Northeast
winds.
New York, 23.District At-
torney Whitman plans for a new
Becker trial as there are persist-
ent reports that the court of
appeals will overturn the ver-
dict of the jury that was charg-
ed by Justice Coff.
Tokio, 2\ The Japanese na-
val scandals brought to light
through alleged relations I"
tween a former Japanese naval
attache in Berlin and a German
contracting firm were shown to-
day to be more extensive than
at first thought.
Mexico, 23. Rebels today
blew up a troop train on the In-
ter Oceanic Railway. No one
was killed.
Philadelphia, 33.Radium
valued at twenty thousand dol
lars has failed to check a cancer
of Mrs Rachel McLaughlin here
and treatment lias been aban-
doned.
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Notice.
A I.I. persons arc hereb\ 01
1 v dered by the Board of
Health to h ive their yards and
lots thoroughly cleaned, and to
have all rubbish, ,,|(| ,llls Dot.
*'es, etc., removed therefrom,
'"'""'' February 28th, 1914.
A cumulations of rubbish pla
ced at the sides of streets under
this order, will be removed at
,l"' Publi expense until the
date mentioned ; but after that
date, viz. : February 28th, all
ms who have failed to com-
ply with this order, will be com-
pelled to remove their accumu
lal ions : 1 the dumping ground
at tin ir o\\ n ex| tense, ami . i
in addition, be liabli to prose-
cution.
Bj order of the Board of Health
[AMES H. KNOVVLI S,
Clerk in the Board.
-8th January i^i 1.
A CHEAP LOT OF USEFUL
AK riCLES
LAI>'(',[-; soup pi -
Mugs : mix-
iutt bowls is., is., 6(1.,
toil. 1 set, .
more silvei 1 .., - I, Hnd i
dozen thin tumMei 3 I. I. irijedilio
4 Id. Enamel basins 9 '.. is., 1
Large enamel pitchers 1-.
Large enamel chambers 2s, 1 _ more
nickle clocks _-. 6d. Enami I stew
pans is.6d. and =<. Yellow cham-
l"*rs '. '.. is., :-. 6 I. Hand lamp; is
Si ind ditto, 1-. I
' '> I'" "I ; china
le q I. is, is. 6 more of those he ip Ii iric me
lanterns --. Muffin |> ms, Pol cove s,
Pudding pa 1 s, Sauce p ins, Ketiels,
L iige enamel disk p ins i--. gd.
and is. Fancj fool lulu is.
A ('II \ \Vi, 1 km \VK DON'T
1 ;i r iai rv 11 w.
.j on I) xtra Urge fine illow
'*" I-1 ~ Cam seat p irlour
chairs ,-. I .,1 ge wn >d lxt(
1 kers 1 is, I i|>|t>| .,.., ios., tl v
' h t L< Itei Press 4s
1 ";ill quickly .it
KNICK K\ \( K STi rR,
M11 k< 1 Street,
it R SALE
\ Cornish ()rjjan 5 O lav
In good condition
Reference Mr. George I Davis
Apply i" Mi Jas, W. Roberts
West Sireel 24
FOOT MACHINES
'--ra
FOR Ml'. UY
CHA3. E, ALBURY.
ANNA E.RAE
Pri pi ic row Of
"NEW NATIONAL" (& I ri. T/nd,
IIJF'Al ' rogue,
'vlu Bon M< rc/ie Stores"
HAND MACHINES fi J ^
NEW HOME" "RUBY" A LARGF. ASSORTMENT TO
SELEC1 FROM
LAI >IES Di (ioods, in
Lustn ;es, Ratim s
white and C" '! 1 ired C< 'i -
dings, Crepes, 1 !i epons, Mar-
quisettes, Bi ngalines, Lands-
idownes, Spol Muslins, Em-
broidered Mu lins, \'1 '
1 Einbroiden d I latistes, I us-
si ire Suiti Embroidi 1 y
Floum i 11 __-. I ) rail Embn>i-
i|;i \ and Over; 11 I
Lares and I iseitiims, Rib-
Up- would iformall who aP|.....mi-.m, i .. .;. 1 ,- wen'wibons P,ain an fancy Latest
have on ,nd an extensive Stock o| HAVANA CIGARS. We|Style Belts Lace Collars,
''.....'''.....:I '"-"' t" be made of the fin. -t Havana and Sumatra Embroidi I \ Ci liars.
V\rappers,and Havana Killers throughout LadieS vVhiti Black, Pink.
1 nese Cigars are manufactured on mu premises l>v skilh-d workmen im 11 1
and great pains are taken to produce an a- tide , qii\,t\ l",'"'. ''' """I"'' and Gre.v
I he success we h ive met with in tin 1 tlytoi xp 1
the 1 ii>' >n ige ol 1-.....ioisi
J. I. SAI MDI RS \ (" ..
$
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigrar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
Its excellent quality.
Shingle:
Bi si No. 1 I'mi 1 5111. Cvpn -
Shingles .1* -' |.i per thou-
sand ol 20 bundles
I Hscounts on lots of n>
5000 shingle .
Special Price
alsi' mi 1 heaper grai I
5m. Cypress Ml $1 2 per
thousand of 211 bundles. Tins
price made p ssible by ;i very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving everv
vvi ek.
C C SAL'.NDERS
\ \sS M II Mil \l\ H< )l si;
ARI REi I IVINil
I in- vei 1 v. I
Lai 1 of FURNI-
I I Ii! Ii 11 mi~i-i in of a lariie Viii
ol
Rill) i.nd Wicker Rocking
C h 11 rs 1 1 11 1 j -.-'.;. 1 .
\ .in Hsstmt. of l).ik
! I',M loin I nliles from 10, to j s,
I.-id 11 -, (11 nts, and (.!hilds. I'.
Wardiobes, Sidehards r>d Hed-
steads, I lurea ux W.ishslands,
VI50
Large (|ii |> 11.'Mi di |. ih Loll I 'i v
R E A I.
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
V I/ILI.I WIS
\ \ I HE si I' >! \l W
11. .| .1
consignment hi
i' us and ^li
1 '1
SAM PI i: LOIS
"I I. of ;i
lir.nul .'mil sty!( in ill i/.'s
win. h .1 ii- liemg -.iiM
SURPRMNGLY I'HICAP:
Men's White, Blai k, Grey-
Navy Blue, Ali :e Blue, Hi lio,
' "". and < Ireen Si S cks with
Silk Ties to m itch
Si Ik Shirt Pyiani
Ladies S nebilk I'.na-
sols, Silk I-.m ing Si arves,
iI liful Handbags
11 .in Isi mi' J ipanese li' 1 ds
(ii'ini in'- Irish I .in*-ii 11| ;ill
kinds.
N( ITICE!
Gasc line
STANDARD Oil Co's Mot'
L I \ \ I I \! w 7 Spirits -"II i quanl itie ol -^
;.i 1 Ions 111 I mi > foi 1.....sliillinc
per it a linn at G;n
l'iiii_; a \-c"'I [of simII quanti-
In many instance* the discount i n'-.
e lian I'" I with "drum
1 1 ...i cent on 11.e return w hen em pi)
Rlti il'L \l< PRI KS Keo ttie Fiftlri an Mil at
1 I to d iv and com nice \ our s ' '''"' dis-
ue I that this is H not her !
those Is 1 'i mnaI Ifcii (jnins
hicli i in 1 tin n
I red ;ii
'All I.I Wl-1
'......1 1. ". 1, f icti >rj.
Reo Cars al lire,
I iic\ cles iente \uiii nol..... in.I bit ycle supplies
kepi :n stocb| Cyliodei oil an !
WHOLKS-M.K \ V1 > RFTAIL Vuto Grease a specialty.
SHI >\: ESI \l'.|.l>ll\|l.\ I.
-77 27 ), Ii iv-stiei t,
NO II 1 .
[m ll> is to inform my P.ttroni
C in evi 1 very ron*e
n en! sti Haj.- dru 11 '.\ .'ii Faucil to
keep ff isoline, ',0 ne and see
\| 1 ily in
I. P. SIMMS,
I 1, ... Sti 'et.
: Public in 1 ienera I
'' I*. Ladies aiidrhildrenV Hats, that I have opened my Public
M i"'- Samtary Diaper, Ulnck Smith Shop; and 1 r% __ -_ 1 0
Rug, ready to do anything in the line ..1 JCilUjfLJIlio
'i -''.in-. I'm Id Ware, General repnir'm new work Horse
I in ware, Notions, Pictures, and Shoeing -1 ciallv. All work done
Mei lian 1e.1i \,
i*. A. I'luyler,
Hay i!ir.i. I.ast (Wharf'
I |o(t of otli'-i '_,' tods
A. F. >IOORE,
i.l.uiv. 38th 1914. M irkel St.
for HJRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.


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