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* Albany, New York, 24 — The court ol appeals to-day handed down n %  !• %  ision granting a new trial to • mei police lieutennanl L11 a 11 • "> .. in of the inunlei ol R senl ha I Hi Rambler. I lie court .1! 1 he sa me 1 ime con firmed the conviction ol Ihe four gunmen, "Gyo th "| Louis," "Daa ; "nd \V 1 Lew • 'Ml -|... \i ,„,.„'_ • Lo d m, 1 1 I to ihe I ierm HI sti am -r VVilderfeld, Hamburg foi Calcutta, vvliich wn elessed disi 11 ss signals %  A mess ige from Hreinenl lay explained ih 11 ihe Wilderfel h ul which I the liay .)l l I Incaptain of the K went dow 11 with his it is thought that the rest o| the perished. She carries .1 1 lew ol 31 and one p tssengei. i 'Ii %  lal ter w 1 s among the rescued. Chicago, 2 |. W ing Iheir voi I %  de:i Madrid, %  1. \i : typhus is ranging at I Nueva and two thuds ol ihe f<>ui sand inhabij ints ire infected. I'he deaths average two in every 1 cases, I annoii will make an m\ 1 its OH n account of the killing nl Wm. S. Benson by Mexi in reh Is al Juarez. ') he United Slates gi \ ernment has been reste I to obi un assurPnc %  from I Je n al HH-I 1 ih 11 he will not interl ,. llntish inqu • I to death, I smoke and tl ol ores en. d mgered 1 I ui fi-es in did ctions cf the cily to. I iy, l he firemen wi e handi p slip. 1 ery streets, now-co1 build, ings and frozen hydrant*. 1 .i/"n/1, Italy, 1 1 \ thnus ind Italian-; and Ameiicans at or enl visiting [ta'y al %  Wash. ingti'" nnni\ ersary eel lion en dorsei I Roose* elt is the tial ca nl: late fo IQ,l8, Norfolk, 24.— I ei Riverdale nea r herewi the ol the gevei in prevailing 1 in the o a-i. Washingion, JI ceivi d to-daj thai the Ami steamei Lewis Luckenbach, with propellei gone an I shaft brol has I nl [1 iwed iii Aca lexi -1 co by the crni >ei Nev. 1 h le ins. 1 CIRCUS BEGINNING To-night Flying horse gruonds ree OUTSIDE ATTRACTIONS IMPERIAL THF:A rRE Wednesday Fob. 25 1 > %  %  %  \'E\\ !. a >ME AND : "Fortune's Pet" IN TWO MAGNIFICENT Rl ELS i' |''ii ir I'i SI S L'ND \i n S. Hospital St 1 eel \ %  %  "NEW N ITIONAL" ft* •II f-AJL" HAM) MAC HINtS •NEW HO ' 'O RUB FOOT MACHINES K^mi 1 in CHAS. E, ALBUR \\ \ M ll ,: %  | all who appreciate a (1 I thai Q n; 1 n ' 'Murk of I I \\' \\ \ 1 |l \RS f" %  "'"•-•' I Ihe fmesi 1: %  u 'mU A 'p| '-• and II iv.ii.., 1 tilers throughout manufactured on ,, rl;ir lakentoproduceana.ticl 1 ,,., v ei wnl, in the 1 ., 1 ., |, , useui J. L. SAI \'|)l [?5 ,\ 1 NOTK PERN IN an %  • II har. bounng lout 12 years ul age I v 1 he naiuf ol I lei nice 'roin aunt's 1 II \ 1 • : lie ""I : Shingles \i E A A 1 1 hi 11 n •\ppl\ Mi l ... |; 1 J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCig'ap (( Lady smith Brand' It is batter than a 2:1. Ci-' ir elsewhere. Try one and be convince of 'As excellent quality. N'assau \ I' I Special Bargains \i 1. 1 \ui.v \ RMl M'U• ;' %  -• .," IIUIS Selli • j ||, %  11.1 -11 ;' %  Sau 1 1 er lii AT THE ROYAL STORE. 1. I fAUNDERS & Co 1 C3 ftesl No. 1 Heart 5m. C Sin ngle* al 8 |.fi pei ihound of 20 bundles 1 )isi ounts nn lol 1 if 1 ivei I |es. Special Price aper gi .( t thoi in of 20 bundli I prici m uii p' ssible b\ u \ large pun-lia* [ %  1 ,-\ ei V ek. (" C. SACN'DEI \ \-> M ii \U\ UN Hoi >l. ARK REi I IVINli I Ins week Ii • m \ 1 ica ;> I ; 11 it ni FUR\I. I I R| 1 1 1 n ; ..1 .1 |ai of R l I ' mH Wi. ker Ro K u 8 I'll ins from 14s. si :.'. 1 jeami Alsi an .I-I 1 ).,|, Ladi '1 |.|s. Id I 1 I of Joh Lnls I 1 ' %  ichi n'i %  la More 1 M %  [ 1 Cable \ \l ittinf;, RURS, ClIassM in I n %  1 I Ware, -, Pictui in 1 lots ol olhei (,'• \ I. MOORE, •I.my. 281I1 1 M irket St, Bargains W" \(i \f\ IN BOOTS AND SHOtS I WI-, SI II II \| \N 11.1 1' 1 %  1 S\,MPLI I ) l< of 1, SU V III \p : I n m a 11 1 I %  !:: %  .lM. IK i'!.i 1 s %  l 1 > l \ ,: fife your "• %  II rlvai'll „ ffef loi ol • hose I s pun i a | H 1 q lins which i \ now and Hun ., 1 W II II wi-" K^\l I iNU RETAII SHI IE ESI \H| ISH.MEN I 11 eei M 1 ;E. r 1 "^ U to iiil>nu my | ,1,,,,, : ; nl my P "II It ll Sill : .1,1, ;„, V /: 111 the line o| 1 lir 01 new work I In m Specially. All work d nni'allv. r. A. i-iuvi.T, Ba> -I;,', 1.. I: ,.,i CWhari



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Nvillivis ivdilicttis (virare in verbs me.u,letri. Being bound 10 swear to the Do|mni f no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahnmts, Wednesday. Febtirary 25. 1914 No. t>^ LEON E ti lt( II ( || [A i OK Kid ,, \I \!tKi:, Na i.i N. P., F.AH/ • %  .ii H ,. PUBLISHED \i \\\.\ U lay, .\>IIIK-II,.\ anil Friday— I y Th y an s. ,,,,,,.,, ingle cop' .. id % %  f Monthl* Ju aiter I* I .'• Vo.'.i, V-.uiv .. i(. PAYARI I IN tltt'ANCR. Advertising Ratej Six pence pei line foi first insertion; three, pence pei line '"i ecnnd infection; and one pen n> pec line t.i subsequent insei (ions. Advertiaemeotf undei eight lines . I lie Mail Steamer "M let •! 'il for Miami yesterday ifterThe Mail Steamer "Seguranca" arrived from New v mli this pi irn ing with ill' Fullowing pissen Messrs (',. Pitzipi i, |-'. U. \i ie ami J. I". \\"1111 unson. I'llWhite Star Line Crating Sn met "Laurentic" arrived this in >• Hm; 11nil Porto Rico, I Imperi il .'iv s tn.nizhl an excellent two reel fe iture For1 ineV Pel See advert isement I. II ESi MM W CIR< I'S PLE w.i> cAPxrirv AUDIENCE LASI EVENING. Tlie much talked of evenl ol tl <• present week is now at hand, and ill" initial performan :e ..f the I'.scliin in Circus, w is give i last evening at the Flvinjj Horse Grounds ..ii East Bay Si i, m an appreciative, very orderly, and overflowing audience, drawn from every part <>i the community. I lie programme opened wirh a drill by twelve edu rated ponies which were put through theirp nts by Profess Vork, Iheir English instructor, whit Ii pioved wit it can really be ai cnmplished with the dumb brute, by . patient and kind matter. Following tin-, the various acts were put on in rapid luccesr •-'"". I he Sim • gives a litile of i %  -. ei \ cl iss of enti 11 a inment which go to make up a < ircus, "Little Nemo," ilie eleph mt, is really a marvel of animals, his acting beiii!,' the most superior of its kind. Ili'" Fowler family in their Flying I'rapi ;• • Vets did some excellent work, and received loud ap. p la use. Franziei Clark did some 'i • w i k 'in t lie upside down l.iddei and swinging perch, and found much favour, as did also Mrs, Maj mi' "the elastic lady" who put in some wonderful contortion acts. M nl irn Martino's juggling and Mr t laude's heavy balancing acts were wonderfully good, and Fred (1 iy, t)ie t. lown, was very amusing, as was also the Clown pan taken by Mi v laude on the revolving ladder and with his wonderful donl i and one of (he trained ponies We Ii ive made mention of only some "f id" numbers -taking all in all, the Mmw is an exceptionally strong one and well worthy of publicpitronage, and we have ieison in in' ieve thai ihose who attend the exhibitions will gq home feeling thai (heir time and money linva b/en well spent. I In' Circus ** ill give two performan :es eaeh da\ until Saturday when thev return to Miami. F< veral free attractions, omitted ys'eulav I) usi time Ii I not allow fni the prep nation,! will lie giv II tinevening at 7. |o CABLEGR \MS ruary 15th 1911 London, 23.—Militant suffragettes took advantage <>f the presencc %  '• the king and queen and prince ol nnl< 1 at Ins maj '-i\'s theatre tonight to draw their attention ti the suffragette cause bv standing up at the close of the second act and shouting "Votes fur >•. imen." I hey \\c\r sp edily ejected, Carrick-on Shannon, Inland,23. A quaking mass ,,f bog seveial •qu ire mill's m ,u. M jgon (he move in 1 Ue neighborhood of t, an ick and the panic stricken inhabitants <>f the c 'untrvside aie fleeing before the threatened disaster. The bog shde has been brought about by abnormal rains. Kiel, 33.— Tilt seventeenth dreadnaiight for the German navy was launched here yesterday and named Kroiiprmz liy the Crown Princess Cecilie. London, 23.—.1. Horace Round has I een appointed to the post cf histoiical adviser to the Crown in peerage c.in f or ,,|,; ( French linpj lion in the Panam 1 Exhibition. P. -M Forty ih lusnndmen have gone on strike is ihe result f ,e c-ll f..r ;, genei tl strike arflnng 1! e coal miners in the south ol I' ranee, W Islington, 25.— I | 1( naval bill including the two battleship pro. gramme for next yeai was passed to-dav.


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Nvillivis ivdilicttis (virare in verbs me.u,letri.
Being bound 10 swear to the Do|mni f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahnmts, Wednesday. Febtirary 25. 1914
No. t>^
LEON E ti lt( II ( ||
[A i
OK Kid ,, \I \!tKi:, .
Na i.i N. P., F.ah/
.ii H ,.
PUBLISHED \i \\\.\
U lay, .\>iIik-iI,.\ anil Friday
I y, Th y an s. ,,,,,,.,, _
ingle cop' .. id
- f
Monthl*
Ju aiter I*
I .' Vo.'.i,
V-.uiv .. i(.
PAYARI I IN tltt'ANCR.
Advertising Ratej Six pence pei line
foi first insertion; three, pence pei line
'"i ecnnd infection; and one pen n> pec
line t.i subsequent insei (ions.
Advertiaemeotf undei eight lines .
I lie Mail Steamer "M
let ! 'il for Miami yesterday ifter-
The Mail Steamer "Seguranca"
arrived from New vmli this pi irn
ing with ill' Fullowing pissen
Messrs (',. Pitzipi i, |-'. U. \i ie
ami J. I". \\"1111 unson.
I'll- White Star Line Crating
Sn met "Laurentic" arrived this
in > Hm; 11nil Porto Rico,
I Imperi il .'iv s tn.nizhl an
excellent two reel fe iture For-
1 ineV Pel See advert isement
I. II ESi MM W CIR< I'S
ple w.i> cAPxrirv
AUDIENCE LASI EVENING.
Tlie much talked of evenl ol tl <
present week is now at hand, and
ill" initial performan :e ..f the
I'.scliin in Circus, w is give i last
evening at the Flvinjj Horse
Grounds ..ii East Bay Si.....i, m an
appreciative, very orderly, and
overflowing audience, drawn from
every part <>i the community.
I lie programme opened wirh a
drill by twelve edu rated ponies
which were put through theirp nts
by Profess Vork, Iheir English
instructor, whit Ii pioved wit it can
really be ai cnmplished with the
dumb brute, by . patient and kind
matter. Following tin-, the various
acts were put on in rapid lucces-
r
-'"". I he Sim gives a litile of
i-. ei \ cl iss of enti 11 a inment which
go to make up a < ircus, "Little
Nemo," ilie eleph mt, is really a
marvel of animals, his acting be-
iii!,' the most superior of its kind.
Ili'" Fowler family in their Fly-
ing I'rapi ; Vets did some excel-
lent work, and received loud ap.
p la use. Franziei Clark did some
'i w i k 'in tlie upside down l.id-
dei and swinging perch, and found
much favour, as did also Mrs,
Maj mi' "the elastic lady" who put
in some wonderful contortion acts.
M nl irn Martino's juggling and Mr
t laude's heavy balancing acts were
wonderfully good, and Fred (1 iy,
t)ie t. lown, was very amusing, as
was also the Clown pan taken by
Mi v laude on the revolving ladder
and with his wonderful donl i .
and one of (he trained ponies We
Ii ive made mention of only some
"f id" numbers -taking all in all,
the Mmw is an exceptionally
strong one and well worthy of
public- pitronage, and we have
ieison in in' ieve thai ihose who
attend the exhibitions will gq
home feeling thai (heir time and
money linva b/en well spent.
I In' Circus ** ill give two per-
forman :es eaeh da\ until Saturday
when thev return to Miami.
F< veral free attractions, omitted
ys'eulav I) usi time Ii I not al-
low fni the prep nation,! will lie
giv ii tin- evening at 7. |o
CABLEGR \MS
ruary 15th 1911
London, 23.Militant suffra-
gettes took advantage <>f the pres-
encc ' the king and queen and
prince ol nnl< 1 at Ins maj '-i\'s
theatre tonight to draw their at-
tention ti the suffragette cause bv
standing up at the close of the
second act and shouting "Votes fur
>. imen."
I hey \\c\r sp edily ejected,
Carrick-on Shannon, Inland,23.
A quaking mass ,,f bog seveial
qu ire mill's m ,u.M jgon (he move
in 1 Ue neighborhood of t, an ick and
the panic stricken inhabitants <>f
the c 'untrvside aie fleeing before
the threatened disaster. The bog
shde has been brought about by
abnormal rains.
Kiel, 33. Tilt seventeenth
dreadnaiight for the German navy
was launched here yesterday and
named Kroiiprmz liy the Crown
Princess Cecilie.
London, 23..1. Horace Round
has I een appointed to the post cf
histoiical adviser to the Crown in
peerage c.i The appointment, one newspaper
remarks, cm Id not he improved
upon,
London, 23.- Naturalists and
bird loveis were never so sharply
divided is ,1 piesent over the era
111I question of the preservation of
birds I'he occasion of dispute at
piesent is a lull introduced in par-
liament by the Right Hon C, F..
II. Hobhouse, Chancellor of the
Duchy of Lancaster, which will
prohibit the importation of plumes
and "Bits of birds" into Great
Britain.
London, 33.-One of the most
important sales ol silver will be
Ii-hi .:t Chrities on March 24th,
35th and 261I1, when pieces owned
by the late Earl of Ashburnham
will be disposed of, by the instruc-
tions of iiis executors. These trea-
sures were recovered from the
strong room of a bank, where thev
have I.ml unheedi d for more than
thirty years.
London, 33, King George and
Queen Mary are much occupied
with arranging foreign visits and
tours lor the Prince of Wales.
If his royal highness goes to
1 !anada it is almost certain th it
he \s ill visit the United States,
London, 33. I hen wlv launch
ed soci il season aln ady gives pro.
11.is'- uf being g iyei and livelier
than any foi many \rus. Th
greatei liveliness 1- said to he due
not ( nly to the continued tang 1
rage, I ui even n ore to this ye 11 a
unusually large cropol debutantes.
I'-Y RADIO.
Paris, 34.The chamber nl de.
ptities lo-d '\ voted an appropria.
partionof <,,. ,., >n for ,,|,; ( ,
French linpj lion in the Panam 1
Exhibition.
P. -M Forty ih lusnndmen
have gone on strike is ihe result
"f ",e c-ll f..r ;, genei tl strike
arflnng 1! e coal miners in the south
ol I' ranee,
W Islington, 25. I |1(. naval bill
including the two battleship pro.
gramme for next yeai was passed
to-dav.


* Albany, New York, 24 The
court ol appeals to-day handed
down n ! ision granting a new
trial to mei police lieutennanl
L11 a 11 "> .. in
of the inunlei ol R senl ha I Hi
Rambler.
I lie court .1! 1 he sa me 1 ime con
firmed the conviction ol Ihe four
gunmen, "Gyo th "|
Louis," "Daa ; "nd \V 1
Lew 'Ml -|... \i ,,.'_

Lo d m, 1 1 I
to ihe I ierm hi sti am -r VVilderfeld,
Hamburg foi Calcutta, vvliich
wn elessed disi 11 ss signals
A mess ige from Hreinenl lay ex-
plained ih 11 ihe Wilderfel h ul
which I
the liay .)l l
I In- captain of the K
went dow 11 with his it is
thought that the rest o| the
perished. She carries .1 1 lew ol 31
and one p tssengei. i 'Ii lal ter w 1 s
among the rescued.
Chicago, 2 |. W
ing Iheir voi
' I

de:i
Madrid, . 1. \i :
typhus is ranging at I..... Nueva
and two thuds ol ihe f<>ui
sand inhabij ints ire infected. I'he
deaths average two in every 1
cases,
I
annoii
'
will make an m\ 1 its
oh n account of the killing nl Wm.
S. Benson by Mexi in reh Is al
Juarez.
') he United Slates gi \ ernment
has been reste I to obi un assur-
Pnc from I Je n al Hh-i 1 ih 11 he
will not interl........,. llntish
inqu
I to death, I
smoke and tl ol ores en.
d mgered 1 I ui fi-es in did
" ctions cf the cily to. I iy, l he
firemen wi e handi p slip. -
1 ery streets, now-co- 1 build,
ings and frozen hydrant*.
1 .i/"n/1, Italy, 11. \ thnus ind
Italian-; and Ameiicans at or enl
visiting [ta'y al Wash.
ingti'" nnni\ ersary eel lion en
dorsei I Roose* elt is the
tial ca nl: late fo IQ,l8,
Norfolk, 24. I
ei Riverdale
nea r here- wi the
ol the gevei in
prevailing 1 in the o a-i.
Washingion, ji
ceivi d to-daj thai the Ami
steamei Lewis Luckenbach, with
propellei gone an I shaft brol
has I nl [1 iwed iii Aca lexi -1
co by the crni >ei Nev. 1 h le ins. 1
CIRCUS
BEGINNING
To-night
Flying horse gruonds
ree
OUTSIDE
ATTRACTIONS
IMPERIAL
thf:a rRE
Wednesday Fob. 25
1 > -
\'E\\ !.
a >ME AND -:
"Fortune's Pet"
IN TWO MAGNIFICENT
Rl ELS
i' |''ii ir I'i
SI
SL'ND \i n S.
Hospital St 1 eel \
-
"NEW N ITIONAL" ft*
II f-AJL"
HAM) MAC HINtS
NEW HO ' 'O RUB
FOOT MACHINES
K^mi 1 in
CHAS. E, ALBUR
\\
\ 'M ll",:| all who appreciate a (1 I thai Q
n;'1 "n ' 'Murk of I I \\' \\ \ 1 |l \RS '
f" "'"-' I Ihe fmesi 1: ,u'mU
A 'p| '- and II iv.ii.., 1 tilers throughout
" manufactured on ,,rl;ir
lakentoproduceana.ticl 1 ,,.,v
ei wnl, in the 1 ., 1 ., |, ,
useui
J. L. SAI \'|)l [?5 ,\ 1
NOTK
PERN IN an ii har.
bounng lout 12 years ul
age I v 1 he naiuf ol I lei nice
'roin aunt's 1
II \
1
:
' lie ""I :
Shingles
\i E A
A
1 1 hi
11
n
\ppl\ Mi l ... |;
1
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCig'ap
((Lady smith Brand'
It is batter than a 2:1. Ci-' ir
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
'As excellent quality.
N'assau \ I'
I
Special Bargains
- \i 1. 1 \ui.v
\RMl M'U- ;' - .,"
IIUIS
Selli j ||,
11.1 -11 ;'
Sau 1 1 er lii
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
1. I fAUNDERS & Co 1
C3
ftesl No. 1 Heart 5m. C
Sin ngle* al 8 |.fi pei ihou-
nd of 20 bundles
1 )isi ounts nn lol 1 if 1 ivei
I |es.
Special Price
aper gi
.( t
thoi in of 20 bundli I
prici m uii p' ssible b\ u \
large pun-lia*
[ 1 ,-\ ei V
ek.
(" C. SACN'DEI
\ \-> M ii \U\ UN Hoi >l.
ARK REi I IVINli
I Ins week Ii m \.....1 ica ;> I
; 11 it ni FUR\I.
I I R| 1 11 n ; ..1 .1 |ai
of
Rl I ' mH Wi. ker Ro K u8
I'll ins from 14s. si :.'. 1 .
jeami Alsi an .i-i 1 ).,|,
Ladi '1 |.|s. Id
I 1
I of Joh Lnls I 1 ,
' ichi n'i la
More 1 M [ 1
Cable \ \l ittinf;, Rurs,
ClIassM in I n . 1 I Ware,
-, Pictui in 1
lots ol olhei (,'
\ I. MOORE,
I.my. 281I1 1 M irket St,
Bargains
W"
\(i \f\
IN BOOTS AND SHOtS
I WI-,
SI II II \| \N
11.1 1' 1 '

1
S\,MPLI I ) l<
of 1,
SU V III \p:
I n m a 11
' 1
I
!:: .lM. IK i'!.i 1 s
l 1 > l \ ,: fife your
"II rlvai'll ffef loi ol
hose I s pun ia| H 1 q lins
which i \ now and Hun
., 1
W II II wi--
" K^\l I iNU RETAII
SHi IE ESI \H| ISH.MEN I
11 eei
M 1 ;e.
r1 "^ U to iiil>nu my | ,1,,,,,
' : ; nl my P
"II It ll Sill : .1,1, ;,V
/: 111 the line o|
1 lir 01 new work I In
m Specially. All work d
nni'allv.
r. a. i-iuvi.T,
Ba> -I;,', 1.. I: ,.,i CWhari


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