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' assume the pastorate of tlie Union Chapel, Islington. Philadelphia, 28. — Lieut, Porte, the English aviator, who will he '•ne of the pilots "f the Rodman H',111 imaker iransAtlantic flight,' sap,I today: "I estimate t|i„t it will take me twenty lo twenty four hours to make the flight. I intend to Mart from the coait >>t New Found land and land in lieland without a stci|>. I know the flight is not impossible and 11 if now a hazardous task." London, 28.—The draft of a treaty establishing a peace commission at the Hague recently sub I milled to Greal Britain bv tlic United States government is re-1 garded by the British Foreign Of-| See as generally acceptable. the Gieek Line was detained at 1 Quarantine yesterday. Lisbon, 1.— The Portuguese Premier today instructed the foiI eign minister to teegr.iph to Portuguese relations all over the world informing them to contradict the rumour of a revolution in j Portugal. Trieste, 1.—The news nf the rapture of American citizens by Arabian brigands came originally from Elpassnn in the form of a telegram loan American in I)urazzo, I he brigands, threatened theii prisimem with death hence the telegraphed for ,1 id. Si. 1.1 v 1 r I G •">', h< iwever h is infoi n ed the h iu*e >( c < mnons th it the treaty would have to be considered in conjunction with the self gover. ing British Dominions, as certain special provisions in regard t< them would he required. BY RADIO. Constantinople, 28.—Captain Fetliy Bey, chief of the Turkish aviation corps and {Lieut, Sadik Bey, were killed todny while attempting a flight from Damascus to Jerusalem. Washington, 38. -An earthquake was recorded on the seismograph eaily today. Centre uf ilis. turbance was estimated at 2701 miles away. Calcutta. 28. —l)r Fox, an Australian scientist, and an expert on the treatment for snake bites, died today as the result nf being bit ten by a venomous snake with which lie was experimenting. Little Falls. N. If, 28, -Mrs [)„f fus coiivictt d of murder in poisoning her husband was sentenced to die in the electric chairduring the week beginning April 5th. Toronto, 28.—Sir George Ross is dangerously ill. New York, 28.—Sun SI epps wanted for the re-trial nf Lieut Becker for the murder of Rosen thai is missing London, 38.—Choi us American concern recorded the scene. It was some time before the po | lice realized that the-jo! e was on I them. I arm, 28. — While several postoffice Vans were being unloaded of large sums nl money at a railroad station today thieves stole, nvei $200,001"). The money was being sent to various pi ices to pay month ly salaries and accounts New York, 1. — With thiee cases of spinal meningitis among her steerage passengers the Athensi of 1 IMPERIAL THEATRE Monday Mar. 2na. A NIGH r IN" rows I HECOLLABORA I'lON 4 Reels including 1800 Feet of the Spanish Mexican Prize Bull Fighc 6d. gd. is. NOTICE I Gasoline ^TANDARD Oil Cos Motor ^3 'spirits sold in quantities ul 5 gallons and upward tor one shilling per gallon at (iai ige, Bring a Vewiel for small quantities, Drums may be had with"dium lots,'subject to return when empty Reo t lie; !• 1 ft 11 Cars sold nl ;? 11 75i '''" '" I"' 1 cent discount I. o. b. fact" 11 v. Reo C.i r> also for line. Ilics cles rented f n ics H n eek. Auto nohile and bicycle supplies kept in stock, -Cylmde oil and Auto t irease a special 1 y. Cm ••wii sell you 1 verv pnnvenient stoi ge ilru n nth tauril to keep g isolioe, %  11 11 • in a single wash-day. SUNLIGHT SOAP is an absolutely pure Soap, that saves your clothes, time, money, and labour. TRY IT. J. C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand' It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. FOR SALE I ^IIK whole outfit contained in 1 he Kastern Livery Stables Ciiuipri*iiig line i ,111 i.ig-, horses, harries* etc. and conducted bv MUNKOE & MORRfS, Easi Bay Street. ANNA E.RAE Proprietress Of The Vogue, '•Au Bon Marche Stores" and Bijou A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM L \l UBS Dress Goods, in Lustres, Serges, Ratines white and Colo ired Cordings, Crepes, Crepons, Marquisettes, Beng tlines, Landsdownes, Spol Muslins, Embroidered Muslins, Velvets, Embroidered Batistes, I'ussore Suitings, Embroidery Flouncings, I )vi rail Embroidet y and Overall Lace. Laces and Insertions, Ribbons plain and fancy Latest Style Belts Lace Collars, Embroidery Collars. Ladies White, Black,Piuk, Blue, Hefiol rope, and Grey Silk Stockings Men\ White, Black, Grey Navy Blue, Ali.e Blue; Helio, and (In en Silk Socks with Silk Ties to match Silk bhiiIs. Pyjamas Ladies Superfine Silk Parasols, Silk Evening Scarves, Bi autiful Handbags Handsome Japanese (io ds ( i '-iiiniie lri>li Linens of all kinds. Lumber & Shingles. j I IS r reo ived a Cargo froml Jacl,sinn p< r ichoonen ''Lo use I'." i|, I!\M nl 1 j, 30 ft. lengths] ami all 1 an) othei size* nf lumber r i| lireil Prices io .1 1 evei v Itoch 515 v.O'ni Minifies in stoc;.. ;js per thous in 1 and upward. CH VS.J. KELLY .V: BRO. J A FOR SALE Cornish Oman 5 ()ctave< In '.'•"• I condition Reference \l i •tint I. I)>\ i s Apply i" Mi 1 .s. \V. Roberts West Street u W. \. v, kTHER UNDER 1 IKEN D ESIRES in inf..rm Ins friend and th Public thai le h J pel received .. complete out fit I 1 iciliiie* f 1 ile huisnen ol an ud •len..k"r. which pi ire* lum ,,, position t" p Mry out Funi 1 ils tin may lie entrusted p, ii, s rare wii -ysiein HI I despatch ; :i ,,| respef fully solicits then piiro \gt 1 ,1 my Prices fir*i ai d ,1 ive th it 1 m are the veiv I'IWM foi ihe fir| c| %  ] work. Bicycles for H1 R E lOl. per week BRUCKJOHNSON 42 King Street. LOST S I \"I)\i afternoon be*ween I'rancis A'avier's Church ail Hospital Street—A Cross—Uj ward. 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Nullius ;t .Minus |virnre in verba maestri. Bein lf bound to swear (o the Dogmas tl no Master VOL. VI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Monday. March 2. 1914 No. 67 LBON E H. Id PI ill omci i ,, M \i.• i r I'I.'I i.! • i N P., I • ', il lii lil.l-.lll |J I) \!| ~\ Monday, Wednesday and Fti ... tingli ci.p) ; I bCl l.i ) I h Li I HII -,.,,,., gle co|i ... i.l %  Veekii 4 jil .Ion111 I \ ..;. 4 ; J i '. < %  1 1 y I ill Ver|% 11 • v 11 P x YA ''. 1 .t IN AUVAN'CF. Advertising Ratet Sin |tenre pi lite lor first %  %  ; • • r 1..-1 In c • ..,.. 1 1 |,,. f 1 %  %  1 nunArivertitmenO unde 'ight line* 4s. KEEP OFF I ill. C'.R \SS. I he above is tin. i-u || wnr ling ..I 1 _• 11 I'ii%  m I %  1 1 nd ' public |ll ICI , tiler uih/ I mini 1 but we nb*ei ve 1 • • %  %  1' Ifullyhcre, ih a rnl tits' Hiding ihe ill -lT-nls 1.1 n w 1 he R .s and i.ili'i wise im ; >r -ve \( 1 ws >n v f,u ire, til.1M %  e'w Hencli s have heeii pi iced m -, '1 rn innei ISM "i" e more disfigure an I sel << naught ilia ,\ irk "f 1 lie |i 1st in lib*. It certainly mu .1 ipp %  1! in tlnr I' I "f Winks 1 1 Ii ive Mi • II iches w 11hoi %  ig ,,„ ii,,. g,ass ; *nd besides, il h .> ,.,. a ||„ v ,| | ""ii mi .is they ire the fel of uccu. ineis will n.ii nnl\ de*tr •> I'I • C'H-I but, u n,i,, ;, ,,.. ,1,. ground i n ue I, 1 ,.\ j„ f r M| ,,| i',i 1 enrb, l he I'. ii ,.,. %  ,., 1 ,,|,| v 1 mm Ii needed nnp.i v in in, bul • t hope ii. s,. ( ; mm f,,.,!,,., inipu v men', h\ changing ,|, t)1 |, ..ii,,,,, t bef tr'Mh-gr i< is, I ., ige I, ml ,1. placing .it l, ,J. ,„,r,„, 1 de \' ,r. "n side ..f il, • \) ,._.„, ,|T. one wnh its back ag I,,,. 1 e ,,|. ih,E intern nd Western hedges hi, iheNnrihern s I Hie squ ire M utv people I'ke to sii ,,,„| |,„,|. „| ,,.,, i„.., ull lul waters, The Mtor Y .. hi -VI..!I II HI rived mi Satin, |y afternoon from Norfolk, Virginia. \ nong the piss >ng is p r "Mi. ami" mi Saturday w ,s His-h ,|, Hursl of the MUCH Melh list I-l scopil Church, who is on visit to the \. \l. I; Chuich at Savannah S m id Eleuih 1 1 I he Bishop is 1 ceo npanied by Mrt Hurst. We Ii iv had Ihi pleas ire nf n< % %  < ins the Ret. S ilnvm nf the I pise .. pal Di %  ese ol Riiiith I londuras. Mr S iliM 1 is en y itttt in ins 1 > • 1 ish ,11 ( •' 1 Ri 11 in .11 in RICH Ins 11 itive land ; stay 1 11 1 ity will lie teU • %  • %  I I i\ n \..|i ever seen 1 re 11 |',.,|l| If nol see H I'u/ Hull Fiuhi 1 %  • nielu il 'l |! hnpei ,al See i %  In etd-ir an I lln \l ii.nl ir at Ibeii best. I Ins is ih* r .' il Ihing, il. >'i'i 1111-s it. v > e advei :isc;ii.i,t. (> ing • 1 Ine -. Ihere will 1 Ii 1 Ii' \ lie no deliveiv d d ill bv I Ii" I'..s in.,., on \| 11 I |rd. Foreign Mi ils I-I Mail %  >!. t ,. -, "M 1 ni" HII Miami will be rlosc I "tl I 'I s I ,\\| ,|. || 1 1.,, -_ .,, .,,,,_ I'liU'Sd 11 ^ .it in y\ i.m -.iMii.i.iv 7 .i' \ ; 'ii. < MILE ,U VMS. Willemsiadt. 27. Vdvices le ceiveil here tod t. indica'.e tluit ntip'ii taut develi ip nents may l>e expectpd in Venezuel 1 soon. Ii is sai l 'hat the I -aders nf Ihe I it: iis (i|i|i'is'il to (ieneral (1 mi / have readied an a^ree II eni i" acl in concert. i laitford, Cnnii, .-7 Mrs I'll %  k %  1! lei i r, H ile ol liie l\-|K* writei maker, piqued in %  < lij.'ut • 1 1 v tm.in convict, re n tun 'ed I be 1 ausi rind said "I r in 1 1 e all its i'orks and im • u ises and n 't .1 shed "I sufl a nette literature --Ii 111 entei im' home forevei m< >re Washington, :-. \i\ Prexi,! • 1 I ifl liiuk liiiirliei'ii v^'illl l-'resi i %  i'id Mri Wils m HI I %  Willie I. ills' 1. ii.1 tin" i". pr si.lcn! appeal %  I before the house judinan coin miltM in support nf ;i bill lo reform ;< id simplify federal couri practices and rules London, 25— Ihe King and qiieen dined iliis evening wi'ifi the Archbishop irf Canterbury and Mrs Kan,I.,11 Davidson at Lambeth I'.ii are, the venerable building which has beep one "f the resi lent e tlie primates "f England fnr mere than six centuries Af'er dinner their M jest res inspi c!c(l the nlder poi lio'ris of the p ilace, including the 1 rypl, dating fiom the ye,11 i igj, London, .is — An appeal for %  33 o>r ihepurposc of c irrying inn extensive repairs to St. I' mis Cnthedr il has been made h\ ihe I > an and 1'hipter London, 35.— A full conference %  >f the North Atlantic me 1 nship lines was held here today and :t practically resolved in renew ill" North All intic p ml >i mlber five years, London, 25.— The hoose nf I rdf today tin inimously adopt H motion olfered by Ih • E nl "I v,, lli >rne (he) roniri ution* m 1 • ills i Ills sh 1 1 I r> ,| in aw.iidiug li'iiiimrs_ The house ol co unions w I be Hske I to eni in it. Viscount Miller, ihe Marq iis nf l.ansdowne and oilier 1, n 11> 1 • I 1 isis suppoi i-'il ih.ni ii in 1. I ."ii'luii. 3 -,. It i, .11111.Mm ed .that K'niii'i \ linns his disposed "I ln< inteicsi m n„. |),,|y Mirroi to I."id Roihermere l"i a um ap. priixiniating % %  i,ono,( 00. Washington, 35 ieneral Villa has clelied I nth lii" United Stal ami (ireal IJ'ilain !.\ refusing i" m.il.e imn '-.Ii it-' delivi ry o| • %  h 1 y of Win 1'i'Mt in ie I 1 ish 1 .1 chinau, u im vv .is killed j is' \vi el-. 'I'li;insisti 1 t demand of the. Washington goveinm 1 I .1. ion s Ito'lv lie ilelveri I up • n its importance (n>m 1 ,,.. % %  lam the 1 nl, o (alsiu ,,1 i|,.. C'tlill -el nig st 1 s ... 1 [ten I on me| his death s||,, sh."-. 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Nullius ;t .Minus |virnre in verba maestri.
Beinlf bound to swear (o the Dogmas tl no Master
VOL. VI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Monday. March 2. 1914
No. 67
LBON E H. Id PI ill
omci i ,, m \i.- i r i'i.'i i.!
i N P., I
', il lii
lil.l-.lll |J I) \!| ~\
Monday, Wednesday and Fti ...
tingli ci.p) ;
I bCl l.i ) I h Li I hii -,.,,,., .
gle co|i ... i.l
Veekii .....4jil
.Ion111 I \ ..;. 4 ;
J i '. <11 y
I ill Ver|%
11 v 11
P x YA ''. 1.t IN AUVAN'CF.
Advertising Ratet Sin |tenre pi lite
lor first ; r 1..-1 In c
..,.. 1 1 |,,.f
1 1 nun-
ArivertitmenO unde 'ight line* 4s.
KEEP OFF I ill. C'.R \SS.
I he above is tin. i-u || wnr ling
..I 1 _ 11 I'ii- m I 1 1 nd '
public |ll ici , .....tiler uih/ I
mini 1 but we nb*ei ve 1 _ 1' I-
fullyhcre, ih a rnl tits' Hiding ihe
ill -lT-nls 1.1 n w 1 he r .s
and i.ili'i wise im;>r -ve \( 1 ws >n
vf,u ire, til.1M e'w Hencli s have
heeii pi iced m -, '1 rn innei ism
"i" e more disfigure an I sel <<
naught ilia ,\ irk "f 1 lie |i 1st
in lib*.
It certainly mu .1 ipp 1! in tlnr
I'.....I "f Winks 1 1 Ii ive Mi
II iches H "! ti nl the ,, Gi 1-- Pint,
S'i dial per sens u .jug ilieen, can d
s > w 11hoi ig ,, ii,,. g,ass ;
*nd besides, il h .> ,.,. a|| v, ,| | ,
""ii mi .is they ire the fel of uccu.
ineis will n.ii nnl\ de*tr > i'i
c'h-i but, u n,i,, ;, ,,.. ,1,.
ground i n ue I, 1 ,.\ j fr ,M| ,,|
i',i 1 enrb,
l he I'. ii ,.,. ,,., 1 ,,|,|v 1
mm Ii needed nnp.i v in in, bul t
hope ii. s,.(.;, mm f,,.,!,,., inipu v
men', h\ changing ,|,t)1 |, ..ii,,,,, ,t
bef tr'Mh-gr i< is,I ., ige I, ml ,1.
* placing .it l, ,J. ,,r,, 1 de \' ,r.
' "n side ..f il, \) ,._., ,|T. one wnh
its back ag I,,,.1 e ,,|. ih,- E intern
nd Western hedges hi, iheNnrihern
s......I Hie squ ire M utv people
I'ke to sii ,,,| |,,|. | ,,.,, i..,ull.
lul waters,
The Mtor Y .. hi -Vi..!i II hi
rived mi Satin,|y afternoon from
Norfolk, Virginia.
\ nong the piss >ng is p r "Mi.
ami" mi Saturday w ,s His-h ,|,
Hursl of the Much Melh list
I-l scopil Church, who is on ,
visit to the \. \l. I; Chuich
at Savannah S m id Eleuih 1 1
I he Bishop is 1 ceo npanied by
Mrt Hurst.
We Ii iv had Ihi pleas ire nf n< <
ins the Ret. S ilnvm nf the I pise ..
pal Di ese ol Riiiith I londuras. Mr
S iliM 1 is en y itttt in ins 1 > 1 ish ,11
( ' 1 Ri 11 in .11 in rich Ins 11 itive
land ; stay 1.....11 1 ity will lie
, teU
I I i\ n \..|i ever seen 1 re 11 |',.,|l|
! If nol see h I'u/ Hull
Fiuhi 1 nielu il 'l|!' hnpei ,al See
i In etd-ir an I lln \l ii.nl ir at
Ibeii best. I Ins is ih* r.' il Ihing,
il. >'i'i 1111-s it. v> e advei :isc;ii.i,t.
(> ing 1 Ine -. Ihere will 1
Ii 1 Ii' \ lie no deliveiv d d ill bv I Ii"
I'..s in.,., on \| 11 I |rd.
Foreign Mi ils i-i Mail >!. t,. -,
"M 1 ni" hii Miami will be rlosc I
"tl I 'I s I ,\- \| ,|. || 1 1.,, -_ .,, .,,,,_
I'liU'Sd 11 ^ .it in y\ i.m -.iMii.i.iv
7 .i' \;" 'ii.
< MILE ,U VMS.
Willemsiadt. 27. Vdvices le
ceiveil here tod t. indica'.e tluit
ntip'ii taut develi ip nents may l>e
expectpd in Venezuel 1 soon. Ii
is sai l 'hat the I -aders nf Ihe
I it: iis (i|i|i'is'il to (ieneral
(1 mi / have readied an a^ree
II eni i" acl in concert.
i laitford, Cnnii, .-7 Mrs
I'll k 1! lei i r, h ile ol liie l\-|K*
writei maker, piqued in < lij.'ut
1 1 v tm.in convict, re
n tun 'ed I be 1 ausi rind said "I
r in 1 1 e all its i'orks and im
u ises and n 't .1 shed "I sufl a
nette literature --Ii 111 entei im'
home forevei m< >re "
Washington, :-. \i\ Prexi-
,! 1 I ifl liiuk liiiirliei'ii v^'illl
l-'resi i i'id Mri Wils m HI I
Willie I.ills' .
1. ii.1 tin" i". pr si.lcn! appeal I
before the house judinan coin
miltM in support nf ;i bill lo
reform ;< id simplify federal
couri practices and rules
London, 25 Ihe King and
qiieen dined iliis evening wi'ifi the
Archbishop irf Canterbury and Mrs
Kan,I.,11 Davidson at Lambeth I'.ii
are, the venerable building which
has beep one "f the resi lent e
tlie primates "f England fnr mere
than six centuries
Af'er dinner their m jest res
inspi c!c(l the nlder poi lio'ris of the
p ilace, including the 1 rypl, dating
fiom the ye,11 i igj,
London, .is An appeal for
33 o>r ihepurposc of c irrying
inn extensive repairs to St. I' mis
Cnthedr il has been made h\ ihe
I > an and 1'hipter
London, 35. a full conference
>f the North Atlantic me 1 nship
lines was held here today and :t
practically resolved in renew ill"
North All intic p ml >i mlber
five years,
London, 25. The hoose nf
I rdf today tin inimously adopt
h motion olfered by Ih E nl "I
v,,lli >rne (he) roniri ution* m
1 ills i Ills sh 11 I r> ,|
in aw.iidiug li'iiiimrs_
The house ol co unions w I be
Hske I to eni..... in it.
Viscount Miller, ihe Marq iis nf
l.ansdowne and oilier 1, n 11> 1
I 1.....isis suppoi i-'il ih.- ni ii in 1.
I ."ii'luii. 3 -,. It i, .11111.Mm ed
.that K'niii'i \ linns his disposed
"I ln< inteicsi m n. |),,|y Mirroi
to I."id Roihermere l"i a um ap.
priixiniating * i,ono,( 00.
Washington, 35 ieneral Villa '
has clelied I nth lii" United Stal -
ami (ireal IJ'ilain !.\ refusing i"
m.il.e imn '-.Ii it-' delivi ry o| .
h 1 y of Win 1'i'Mt in ie I 1 ish
1 .1 chinau, u im vv .is killed j is'
\vi el-.
'I'li;- insisti 1 t demand of the.
Washington goveinm 1 I .1.
ion s Ito'lv lie ilelveri I up n its
importance (n>m 1 ,,..
'. lam the 1 nl, o (alsiu ,,1 i|,..
C'tlill -el nig st 1,. s ... 1 .
[ten I on me| his death s||,,
sh."-. '. 1 : 'A I- I,. |. i :.
v rn sh I at t'tosi 1 1 ?._. 1 in, .. 1
1 -1 > I.....I III" :,'.-,,(
Ite iti .ii- f' ' U 1I1 it In ,.s sii ,|
III II peiS III : (......|||t ( S\ r I 1, \" .
M i-l I- 1 ... 1
l >ndon. .'S. \ 1 vi ii on
c.1'1. il '.1 l|i\ t" lite K'-, 11,
.low u, pasloi ol 'hr Fifth Vvenue
\ r.ln teriati Chuo It 111 Ve\ Vitlj


' assume the pastorate of tlie
Union Chapel, Islington.
Philadelphia, 28. Lieut, Porte,
the English aviator, who will he
'ne of the pilots "f the Rodman
H',111 imaker irans-Atlantic flight,'
sap,I today: "I estimate t|it it
will take me twenty lo twenty
four hours to make the flight. I in-
tend to Mart from the coait >>t
New Found land and land in lie-
land without a stci|>. I know the
flight is not impossible and 11 if
now a hazardous task."
London, 28.The draft of a
treaty establishing a peace com-
mission at the Hague recently sub I
milled to Greal Britain bv tlic
United States government is re-1
garded by the British Foreign Of-|
See as generally acceptable.
the Gieek Line was detained at 1
Quarantine yesterday.
Lisbon, 1. The Portuguese !
Premier today instructed the foi- I
eign minister to teegr.iph to Por-
tuguese relations all over the
world informing them to contra-
dict the rumour of a revolution in j
Portugal.
Trieste, 1.The news nf the
rapture of American citizens by
Arabian brigands came originally
from Elpassnn in the form of a
telegram loan American in I)u-
razzo, I he brigands, threatened
theii prisimem with death hence
the telegraphed for ,1 id.
Si.
1.1 v 1 r I G ">', h< iwever h is infoi n
ed the h iu*e >( c < mnons th it the
treaty would have to be considered
in conjunction with the self gover.
ing British Dominions, as certain
special provisions in regard t<
them would he required.
BY RADIO.
Constantinople, 28.Captain
Fetliy Bey, chief of the Turkish
aviation corps and {Lieut, Sadik
Bey, were killed todny while at-
tempting a flight from Damascus
to Jerusalem.
Washington, 38. -An earth-
quake was recorded on the seismo-
graph eaily today. Centre uf ilis.
turbance was estimated at 2701
miles away.
Calcutta. 28. l)r Fox, an Aus-
tralian scientist, and an expert on
the treatment for snake bites, died
today as the result nf being bit
ten by a venomous snake with
which lie was experimenting.
Little Falls. N. If, 28, -Mrs [)f
fus coiivictt d of murder in poison-
ing her husband was sentenced to
die in the electric chairduring the
week beginning April 5th.
Toronto, 28.Sir George Ross
is dangerously ill.
New York, 28.Sun SI epps
wanted for the re-trial nf Lieut
Becker for the murder of Rosen
thai is missing
London, 38.Choi us ed Up as Suffragettes made an al-
leged attempt to attack th* offi. 1
cial residenceof Premier Atquith in
Downing Street and while ihe po.
lice routed them a moving picture
operator employed by i\i> American
concern recorded the scene.
It was some time before the po |
lice realized that the-jo! e was on I
them.
I arm, 28. While several post-
office Vans were being unloaded of
large sums nl money at a railroad
station today thieves stole, nvei
$200,001"). The money was being
sent to various pi ices to pay month
ly salaries and accounts
New York, 1. With thiee cases
of spinal meningitis among her
steerage passengers the Athensi of 1
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Monday Mar. 2na.
A NIGH r IN" rows
I HECOLLABORA I'lON
4 Reels including 1800
Feet of the Spanish Mexican
Prize Bull Fighc
6d. gd. is.
NOTICE I
Gasoline
^TANDARD Oil Cos Motor
^3 'spirits sold in quantities ul 5
gallons and upward tor one shilling
per gallon at (iai ige,
Bring a Vewiel for small quanti-
ties,
Drums may be had with"dium
lots,'subject to return when empty
Reo t lie; ! 1 ft 11 Cars sold nl
;? 11 75i '''" '" I"'1 cent dis-
count I. o. b. fact" 11 v.
Reo C.i r> also for line.
Ilics cles rented f n ics h n eek.
Auto nohile and bicycle supplies
kept in stock, -Cylmde oil and
Auto t irease a special 1 y.
Cm wii sell you 1 verv pnnve-
nient stoi ge ilru n nth tauril to
keep g isolioe, 11 11 them.
Apply to
J. I'. SIMM -i.
.17 Ma,ke Street.
THE TIGER
is one of the must destructive of anim.ils, and is
a source of much danger to life,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but
it is a source of destruction to all dirt and unclean-
liness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger
in a single night, cannot
be compared to the amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior so;ij> in a single
wash-day. Sunlight Soap
is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your clothes,
time, money, and labour.
TRY IT.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
FOR SALE
I^IIK whole outfit contained in
1 he Kastern Livery Stables -
Ciiuipri*iiig line i ,111 i.ig-, horses,
harries* etc. and conducted bv
MUNKOE & MORRfS,
Easi Bay Street.
ANNA E.RAE
Proprietress Of
The Vogue,
'Au Bon Marche Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
L\l UBS Dress Goods, in
Lustres, Serges, Ratines
white and Colo ired Cor-
dings, Crepes, Crepons, Mar-
quisettes, Beng tlines, Lands-
downes, Spol Muslins, Em-
broidered Muslins, Velvets,
Embroidered Batistes, I'us-
sore Suitings, Embroidery
Flouncings, I )vi rail Embroi-
det y and Overall Lace.
Laces and Insertions, Rib-
bons plain and fancy Latest
Style Belts Lace Collars,
Embroidery Collars.
Ladies White, Black,Piuk,
Blue, Hefiol rope, and Grey
Silk Stockings
Men\ White, Black, Grey
Navy Blue, Ali.e Blue; Helio,
and (In en Silk Socks with
Silk Ties to match
Silk bhiiIs. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Silk Para-
sols, Silk Evening Scarves,
Bi autiful Handbags
Handsome Japanese (io ds
(i'-iiiniie lri>li Linens of all
kinds.
Lumber & Shingles.j
IIS r reo ived a Cargo froml
Jacl,sinn p< r ichoonen
''Lo use I'."
i|, i!\m nl 1 j, 30 ft. lengths]
ami all 1 an) othei size* nf lumber
r i| lireil
Prices io .1 1 evei v Itoch .
515 v.O'ni Minifies in stoc;.. ;js
per thous in 1 and upward.
CH VS.J. KELLY .V: BRO.

J
A
FOR SALE
Cornish Oman 5 ()ctave<
In '.'" I condition
Reference \l i tint I. I)>\is
Apply i" Mi 1 .s. \V. Roberts
West Street u
W. \. v, kTHER
UNDER 1 IKEN
DESIRES in inf..rm Ins friend
and th Public thai le h J
pel received .. complete out fit I
1 iciliiie* f 1 ile huisnen ol an ud
len..k"r. which pi ire* lum ,,,
position t" p Mry out Funi 1 ils tin
may lie entrusted p, ii,s rare wii
-ysiein hi I despatch ; :i ,,| respef
fully solicits then piiro \gt 1 ,1
my Prices fir*i ai d ,1 ive th it 1 m
are the veiv I'iwm foi ihe fir| c| ]
work.
Bicycles
for H1 R E
lOl. per week
BRUCKJOHNSON
42 King Street.
LOST
SI \"I)\i afternoon be*ween
I'rancis A'avier's Church ail
Hospital StreetA CrossUj
ward. Bring to "Tribune."


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