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Hhe tribune Tuesday, March 3. 1914 It is not considered likely in official circles, that the present Parliament will be able to I-ickle the knotty problem of t e reform of the 1 louse of Lords. 'Public Opinion" quoting Sir I lenry Lucy, says "The reform of the House of Lords will not be carried further in the present Parliament than by thesubmis son of a series of resolutions" 1 hat the House of Lords needs thorough reform, no one will d my. A large number of the Labour and Socialist party think it would be better to re' form it out ofexister.ee. We do not go as far as this, for we are convinced that a second chamber is absolutely necessary for revising and putting a check on hasty legislation. This however, the British second chamber can not by any stretch of imagination be said to have accomplish ed. With the Conservatives in power, the Kmpire is to all nir tents and purposes governed by •' single chamber, any bills that the government may' feel dis posed to pass are welcomed by the Peers, and passed without question. By this means an unjust Education Bill which bene fitd church schools at the exp use of the nonconformists, A. is passed into law,' unques tioned. Then a licensing bill w hid) looked after the interests of the Brewer, and forgot the I r tenant, became the law of the laud in the same easy fashi" I.AII this it is well to remember was done by a government n-turneel by a patriotic nation tojearry through and bring to a speedy termination, that great blunder, the South African war. I hese are the people, forsooth, wno have the temerity to tell ie present government that Niy have no mandate When the Liberals came into office their first task was to pass an I. lucational Act which would il al fairlv with people of every i ligious creed. We all know e fate of that ili starred mea* ire. I hen the new licensing 1 II met a similar doom, then the budget, then -retribution I lie Government went to the Country, and said "Shall this 1 ingbe," and the reply was an emphatic "No." So it comes to pass that the Lords impenitent and imperious as ever, must be left to stew in their own juice a little longer, as the Government are busy with weightier matters. The Reform of the Mouse of Lords is a serious matter. and one which must be attended to, but, the Government is not likely to hae the time to devote to that task as long as the Lords themselves waste valuable time by their obstinate policy of blocking Liberal legislation. We do not envy the Chancellor of the Exchequer his task of finding the extra millions for the Navy, but he is resourceful, and will n<< doubt find a way out of the difficulty. The Premier forshaclowed pro posals for the reconstruction of the Income Tax last December, and these will probably find expression in the next budget The limits of the Super Tax will probably he extended, if so we may expect another passionate outburst from those with great possessions. j The Mail Steamer "Miami" arrived at f o'clock this morning from Miami with the following passengers ; and steamed for Miami at about 9 o'clock. Misses A. M. Whiting, R. Pome toy J M. McCormick, K. Far* well and S. Berth: Mrs R. Romero y: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lout/, Mr. and Mrs. (i. II. Cl-inents. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Webber, Dr and Mrs. II. M. Warner ; Messrs T G. [ohnson, and John W. Webber. Mrs. Eliazbeth Morrison ; Messrs. Samuel Pinder, Solomon Dean, Wallace Higgs, Thomas Rahming, Hezekiah Duncombe, Theo Pratt and (ieo, C. Dona than. The Ward Line Steamer "Ha vana" reports by Wireless that having been delayed by stormy weather will not arrive until early tomorrow morning. The ImpS-rial gives an excel, lent programme this evening. SynnpoMi of two of the reels follows; The Management deserves the encouragement of the public fur their enterprise in this direction. Don': miss it. THE BEARER OF BURDENS John Strong, chief clerk of a great mercantile house, weds Helen foster. Her sudden rise from poverty to affluence quite turns her head. Meanwhile, John has given employment to Helens never-do-well brother, Tom, whose gambling passioii'hasbeen Ins ruin, and who repays this kindness by a theft from the firm which circumstances enable him to fasten upon John. To protect his wife's brother, John makes good the amount. Unable to obtain employment on account of the stigma on his name after his discharge, John gradually sinks into poverty. Tom becomes i homeless wanderer. John's strength fails him under the heavy load and he determines to end his life when a street accident brings the brothers-in law together. Tinstrong will of John asserts itself at Tom's belated confession which lifts 'he burden fmm John's life, and the weak wife is made to realize her husband's devotion. "THE WORD OF JOSE" Good photography and an ent rtaining story .if the pic turesque Southwest, combine to make this an attractive offering. The horsethief throws suspicion on Jose, but the girl heroine saves him as they struggle in hand to hand conflict on a cliff Die scenic effects are very goo I i letter than the average offering of its type. ATRIP TOTHE INHABITANTS OF MAPS. Dear Tribune : Glancing southward out into space this time of the year in the evening one is able to sec Mars -a fiery body to the left of Orion. Many powerful lens*. have shown after careful obser. vation—vegetation, canals and other bodies mi its surface. A few years ago a n eminent scientist thought that he would be able to send a balloon with suf ficient force to carry it away from the gravitation of the Earth to be then drawn towards Mars bv her attraction, hut after making some mathematical calculations arrived at the con elusion that it w.nld take hundreds ol years travelling ; ,t i| u rate of one hundred miles an hour. But we have recently discovered an easier way of ic.u hing Mars which we arc about to describe: Leaving Kemp's Bay, Andros, and going in a southerly direction overland we took ferry to "Pure Gold" a little settlement noted for its abundance of cocoanuts from thence we continued on until we began to lose sight of civilization and also from the Earth's gravitati n. At thi s juncture we had t take ofr our shoes and swim cross ''Little Creek"; reaching the other shore we began to journey on passing a few nebulae on out way. The only one of note vvai Pleasant Bay where Monchet lives and during a cniiversatini with him we found that he wa$ blown off the eart'i from Haiti during one of the rev dutions in that country and was landed near Mars. After w had quenched our thirst with >me cocoanut water we con' nued on our I hills and dales un' i w< arrived i at a neatly cut spi il road, on 1 either side of whir i we noticed I the soil to be very fertile, but, hundredsof acres v re Ling uncultivated on ,{<( % %  nt of it being "generation uid" which generation had invet arrived from the earth a; thev were jnurneving from tl other wav to Mars, none of tl s land could be bought atany | ice. batigued and finding our Ive; getting further away out < F civilization also our Stores ruining short we were beginning t<> despair when we sighted an einnty pipe upturned, stamping c mspicu ouslv on a pole dressed with a piece of red rag near a field. The sight of this 11 ject refresh cd us for whatevei might have been its meaning e did not know hut to us it was n sign of ngain approaching ivibzation. It encouraged us t rat om last morsel and continue our journev until at la-t in the far distance we siw h uses and on coining nearer we met with some of the inhabitants >f Marl who warmly greeted us. We were u*hered into the nresenre of the king who looked a little sad and grieved over the death of his father who had died two ve.irs ago I her • are about forty people besides children who are of Afro |\ iro|>e in descent. Horses goats, |'igs, 'hie kens seem to thrive there, sisal and cotton grow luxur mtly, being good agriculturists many priw specimens of vegel 'bus are often proclui ed such BS yams, swert potatoes, cassava pumpkins, and an abundance "f peas and other grains. Sappndilhw, •.rape fruit, bananas ami sugar f canes are among the fruits. \ Game consists of Pellicani (iaublmgs snipes and crahs and at a certain season it is sai( that a superabundance pigeons are to be seen. The rj ligion is that of the Church England which maintains L



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micro •orgi then need school. The climate is quite heJtlthy ( nly ordinary pains from exposure. In the interior mahogany is found plentifully which is w irryiog the King how to convey it to the shore. There are one pi, sician and one surgeon also >cal nurses and dispensers; so .11 after our arrival an operation ..-as to be performed by the sur eon upon an infant about six lonthsold who had a swelling n the front and upperportioi of the right thigh. The instri nents consisted of something resembling a penknife and another a horn. No lisin living oil Mars ot be any sterilization of ins rumentt. We placed 8 finger ov r the part and push ed up the veiling which made i us dilfer mm the surgeon's: dingnosis< ho believed it to be a boil but u our estimation it' was a rupl re, and we were just in time to •event the gut being punctured. On the s telves of the physician's disp nsary were to be seen many bottles tilled with the excreta from various animals vis.—Cow goat and fowl given both i 11 ten ally and externallv, no doubt tie Ammonia found within this lejected matter mav I be the cause of working so! many ma .ellous cures. The physician nformed us that taken from the goat given in pill form si c of which taken three time; a day cures any case of whoopii ; cough. The dentist also assure I us that taken from '' the fowl and stuffed into the cavity of a tooth alleviates the! pain. We saw a variety of Medicinal heibs which would glad. lv furnish splendid material for i the physiologist and therapeu tist. Many of these herbs are dangerous oismis nevertheless the ihspeiiv r informed us that ihey aregi en ad libitum with splendid i suits because the inhabitant >f Mars being bigger and stronger require larger doses, Further pschyco-Therapeutic Diagnostic, obstetrica nd surgical findings will nnly beol interest to a Medical journal or assembly. On a whole we,found the inhabitants of Mars to be very hmpitable to piople from other worlds .an I m ide our .sojourn among them to he one that will be ever remembered. Yours. TRAVELLERS. "Current Opinion is responsible fpr the following interesting sidelight on the psychology of President lluertaol Mexico. "What kind of a government have vou in New York ?" Huerta asked anAmerican recently. "'I see your governor is impeached for perjury and larceny, they tell me your police officers steal and murder citizens on the street, What do you come down here for anyhow.to preach to us about clean government ?"Huer ta went on to relate how he once rode on a railway from El Pas > to St. Louis without paying his fare simply by keeping the conductors supplied with good cigars. How he tot himself into the presidency, is no concern of ours. The Portuguese murders were quits as heinous as the Mexican murders, 'yet we r< cognized the new regime at Lisbon without delay.' We also recognized the Chinese republic, in spite of the festive eccentricities of its (iresent President, who thinks about as much of torturing a man to death as we do of step. ping on a black beetle. POLICE KAMI CONCERT Wednesday \ftern •• %  m ^ ,o PHOGR \MvlE March I lie Old S.dt. Valse— Under the Spell. Inti-mezz'i —An African Smile, Ser.in.u)"—Pearl nf the Pvrenneet. rwo Step—Bobbin u|> t. Valse-Over ilic W.ives. Cake Walk -Naughty \'ig(jei<. (tod SMVP the King, W Cos Bandmasti-r. IMPERIAL THEATRE Tueday Mar. 3ra. 4 NEW PIClTRES KING MAGGOT IN THE Burden Bearer FINE WESTERN PICTURE The Word Of Jose AND See Saw of Life A POWERS 6d. qd. is. CABLEGRAMS, London, i.— Another move for supremacy between Germany and Great Britain for the biggest Atlantic liner is reported from Belfast. It is said that negotiations are in progress for building a steamer which will %  % %  %  %  %  ' %  > eclipse in size and tonnage, either the Vaterland or her sister-ship, now building for Germany. The new vessel will be 60,000 tons. London, 1—Countess Dudley, as a passenger of Gustav Hamel, looped the loop five times today at Worcester. London, 1.—Parliamentary questions as to risks taken by aviating ministers have not diminished Winston Churchills enthusiasm, for he made another twenty minutes flight at Hendon to-day, ascending three thousand feet Washington, ;.—\n official report, which reached Washington tonight, gives the result of a careful investigation of the killing of Win. Benton, the British ranchman, in Juarez, and the evidence seems to show conclusively that Benton was killed in Villa's office and that the New York, 2.—New York City and its suburbs were suffer* ing today from the effects of the worst snowstorm since the great blizzard of 1888. Trolley car and vehicular traffic was suspended all over the city and in some places, notably Staten Island and the Bronx, things were at a complete standstill. The city was practically isolated by the storm which swept down telegraph, telephone, electric light and railroad wires. Seven persons are dead due to the storm. There were no incoming or out going trains on some of the big railroads. The weather bureau service says that the snowstorm covers the middle and north Atlantic coast extending from Norfolk to Maine and westward to Pittsburg. Paris, 2.—Geraix the Freneh aviator established another worlds record today when he ascended to an altitude of ranchman was unarmed at the 10.089 feet carrying three pas time London, 1.—King George and Queen .Marv have made an innovation in court etiqutte. It is the breaking down of the tradition under which nobody must address a monarch unless first spoken to byhismajesty.lt is now intimated that at private dinners, at least, the convives must not hesitate either to make original remarks or even to broach new subjects for conver gat ion. London. I.—The complete disruption of the Royal Society of British Sculptors is threaten ed by an internationel squabble over the selection of Sculptors to execute ten statues which are being presented to the Cardiff City Hall by D A. Thomas, the British coal operator. The original proposal was to hold a competition, but Mr Thomas subsequently decided to invite the council of the society to appoint an adviser to assist him in selecting the sculptors. Sir George Frampton, presi dent of the society, was appointed adviser and the commissions were awarded ti ten selected sculptors. The result was discontent on the part of the unselecte I, who raised such a disturbance last night that the entire council 11 the contest handed in their resignations. London, 1.—The Board of Education has issued a warning against the perils of tea drinking, in a circular outlining a scheme of health teaching m elementary schools. sengers this afternoon. Washington, 2.—President Wilson let it be known today that he has no intention of changing his policy toward Mexico. He is against intervention and intends to continue that policy no matter how great may be the pressure from within or without. Berlin, 2.—Cardinal George Copp, the highest ranking member of the Roman Catholic Church in Germany, is critically ill, The last rites of the church have been administered. London, 2.— The admiralty has abandoned all hopes of recovering the submarine, A. dt, which remains buried in Plymouth Sound. Formal announce ment was made today that memorial services will be held on Thursday. Washington, 2.— The senate this afternoon, by a vote of 47 to 14 decided to take up. for immediate consideration the resolution for a constitutional amendment for women suffrage. New York, 2. — An offer of $65000 for a three yens engagement was offered t > Mittliewson, the Baseball pit cher, by the new Federal l.*agti" Nattbewson however declined and ha*signed n renewal contract with the New York Giants. Washington, 2. — The housfl 'today voted a watch to Captain Kreibohn and medals f .r the crew <>l the steamer Kiion land for heroism in saving 84 lives from the burning ship Voltumo last October.



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ill 15 miles. The forts at the Pacific entrance are constructed pn three islands in Panama Bay, at the very beginning of the canal, Flamenco, Perico, and Naos. Tiles'" are huge masses of volcanic rock, behind which, safe from the fire of any ship, no matter how powerful, the forts stand. The great Locks are seven miles inland Lumber & Shingles. arpo from bclioouei UST reco-ed a 1 Jacksonville per '"Louise V." i\, 1^x10and 1-', 30 ft. lengths and nls ) any oilier sizeof lumhei required. Prices lo suit every body, 951,001 Shingles in stock. 24s. Miraflores per thousand and upward. CM \s..l. KELLY .* I'.WO. •NI.W NATIONAL" <& IDEAL" Mi ID MACHINES •NEW IOME" 'RUBI FOOT MACHINES )R SAI I BY J C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigrar from the forts, and no pun at the present time is ppwerful enough to send a shell the 22 miles intervening between the outside of the zone <>f fire from "Ladysmith Brand' the forts and those locks which control canal. Even with the marveU .if modern gunnery it would be as difficult to place a shell, even if it could be thrown that far, as for a rifleman to hit a lead pencil at a distance of 2coo yards. ANNA E.RAE Proprietress Of 7Vie Vogue, %  Au Bon Marcke Stores" and Bijou A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM ADIES Dress Goods, in %  *-* Lustres, Serges. Ratines white and Coloj/ed Cordings, Crepes, Crepons, Marquisettes, Bengali nes, Ufcdsdownes, Spot-Muslins, Embroidered Muslins, Vetvets, Embroidered Batistes, Tussore Suitings, Embroidery Flouncings, Overall Embroidery and Overall Lace. Laces and Insert ions, Ribbons, plain and fancy Latest Style Belts I.ace Cofhrs. Embroidery Collars. Ladies white, Black,Pink, Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey Silk Stockings Men's White, Black, Grey j Navy Blue, Alice Blue, Helio.j and Green Silk Socks with Silk Ties to match Silk Shirts. Pyjamas Ladies Superfine Si Ik Parasols, Silk Evening Scarvesj Beautiful Handbags Handsome Japanese Gdcdsj Genuine Irish Linens of all kinds. It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere. Try one and be convince of its excellent quality. Gasoline S TAN'DAK I) Oil CM \l t... Spirits sold in quantities ..1 ^ gallons and upward f>r one shilling per gallon at Garage, Bring a Vessel for snail qua nii I ties. Drums may he had rifh"dium I lots,'subject i" mum ub"nempij Reo The Fifth l ais 'old ;il v I I 75, li %  IO pel rent dis. fount f. ii. |i. f,,cl. iry, Ren Cars also foi I lire IJicjcles rented fur ics, .1 wcl, Auto nobil* and bicycle supplies kept in stock, I'vhndei oil .111 Auto Grease a specially, C.ni even sell von 1 veiv conve. nient storage drum with faurii i" keep gasoline. Come and sei them, Ap[>ly In I. P. SIMMS, 47 M.i,kei Street, CHAS.E, ALB'JR would iforrn all wlavappre ian 1 (jcod Smoke that we on have ori und an extensive Stock ol IIAVAN \ CIGARS \\ guaranteeour brand to he made of the finest Havana and Mimatl Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout 'I'li.s,. 1 g ; --,„. manufactured on premises bt skilled workmi and ereal pains are taken to pi. ..lure an artii le nf superior qnilitv. The sn. res we have met with m the past leads u :onfidently tnexM the pa111 'ii 1 ne ol connoiseurs J. L. SAI NDERS X Co. Bai Stieet. R E A Bargains IN w Bicycles for HIRE l(h. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street. AGAIN' BOOTS AND SHOKS. ILLIAMS I illMil)!' \| VN Has jusi received a large consignment of Hoots andjdioes most of which are SAMPLE 1.0 IS of I. 2 and ] |i .if, .,f a brand nil *f) %  • %  in nil -i/.-s which .1 te liein^; siil,1 SURPRMNGLY CHEAP: In many instances the discount i not le-s than 10 per cent on i|,e REGULAR PRICKS '."all In div and convince your self (bai this is another lot of those Exceptional Bargains v Inch iseveiy now and then offered at wn.i.iwh' WHOLESALE ANfJ RETAIL .SHOE ESI"A HI I3HMBNT. 277 270, fiav-stieet, W. \. v, ,T il It I • -i.K'l \K\:\( 11 his lli il jusl .r-d .1 complete nuTu %  f facilities f"i lie Inn.11.'s~ DI .in mi. dert-ker, >v l.i.ii pi %  s ii rm, 01 .1 position lo <•., n ..,!' I'm,, ids t It t 1 .1. • entrusted to Ins ore wiih -Vslern ,111 I ilesp Ucli ; H'lll le., I fully solicits, then pitronafe ii 1 my l'i nes first iii H p nve t hut 1 \ j are (lie veiv lowest fill I he fii-i | ,„, •.< irk. \oi iii-;. I ll> is t Inl >r "i in v I' itrOQ and ili-' I'uhlir in < i-'iieia Hint I have npei -d my I'ubll mack Sniti, ->i ,,;,; nnd am no\ ie idv to do J vtl in the ime r fjeneia 1 iepan m new work Hors IO-IIIL' -ie-,-. illy \li work dou \|. rncfl \ I' A. Ihnler, • I ruwr Kr.vtK-lBr.R I No home wn.nr oan be eon i>ieto w h HI "Muaio" / I', are %  j 1 line .,1 Hit; w I'.. tirade I'M ., I' all I'' 1 .. Reetgf O'g.l •' I .r '. "i \ ii imr, I 11 in I • I -<•• our la'est cntalogui and let us aend ime id tin -•• instill ments dnei 1 ,' home for j,. 1: Shinsrle s r el' K rj nski W .' I 1 owl 1 11 11,. the !'.. -t in the \\ 7"ni in lirsi Mo. 1 11> %  -111 jin. Cvpi Shingles al $^.6n pei iliousand of 20 l)u in I '• Discounts "ii lots of i n ei 5000 shingle^, Special Price lalsooQ rheaper grades -also )in. Cypress HI •-''> 73 per [thousand ol 20 bundles. Tins price made possible by a very large pur 'base. F resh stack airiving everv M 1 c. C. C SAUNDERS. \ 10 v"iirg| M>s..lutely %  Ii 1 is 1 1.1| you 1 and terms are rid, ,'\<;


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N vi 111 vi s .1,1.in i |urarc In verbs n ,.\ I'ISH i. Ili'ir.;; bound to twe&r to the Dogmas I K 01 i i H MA.KKKT -': I R1 Nu ."i S'" i • ,M %  .'. ii. tin. PUBLISHED D'.n.'i Mouday, Vednesday ai I Friday— •ingle cop) ... . ... J11 I i.rvl.n lii •:-'!. iv an SaturdaySingle Cf1|H ••• III t \\ ... 4|d •Inutlll* I llll'fl' lalfYearb V'JI'V i'p V \i'.| I I \ V l)VAM< P.. A Ivertifing Rale Six pe ce \ ei lii.t (oy fu-t insertion ; three pence net In e '\< 1111111.; with il pass ngers f ii Naw m, I inU or led States Survej ing Vessel "" I '..ii he'' un ived this mtii ni ( liinn lii-rtiiii.11 mi .in ()cean i graphic i ruise I he "Bache" reports having en i ountered we ilher hich compelled her t" lay to, hhe ; ' t* Wh ilers ii 5h • will c miinue hei stit\ev finm lie e on U> 11 it VI lii The \l inaa i "f ti'-' "P "''' • %  M.: an nlier i of fii*t cl is* pi< lures this evening. See ''''"' •' May i lii 'artnnnist %  • %  : un al liig wonderful i T i) ,<. .intit ii draw ing. \ f n .ipos-ih e, tn • \l in -.: nenl "I up-'o date I'iieal re intends t i I ire i i W< dm I ry evening Cnmeriv, 1 • • pi iv %  'p i Snturday Wi st< i HI '. i. %  S %  • ad. Inr this evening. The Ward I i ivan i" porn havins Ii i i snow yeMerd %  > n owing about y>o miles Norm <->' N iau. '1 lie Ward Line Steamer "Havana" arrived fT the port early this morning anil after transferring passengers Nassau i<> the Tendei "AuxiIur' proceeded to Havana.— Passi naeis.—Misses H. C. Hugh* son, M. Holland, E. McLallen, Dorothy Weir, and Cora Weir; Mesdan es ( hei er A. Braman, W. C. Hughson, J. A. M.Johnston,and Oliver J mes; Mi an Mrs Howard Bern is, Mr and Mrs Charles F. Hi iwn, Mr nnd Mrs \\ I.. R. Gardner, Mr and Mrs W E, Gil%  i Mr an I Mrs II. A. Mann. Mr and Mrs !l. II. S!,aw, Mr and Mrs I. Mden Weir, Mr and Mts Harold v. sson, Mi and Mrs A. T. White; 1> and MrRoot, Strowbridge; Dr and Mrs E. I'. Cum; Messrs P. II. Blanding, George Devoll, George Eisenback, (i. Foster, W. Mien Gardner! Roy Gardner, I dwin I-li mi. I). T, |ohnston, I Kr iun, I !. Kail snback, JohnJL. Keenan, Isaac Mayer, II Mayer, M, Premiss, Waller Rahman, l i. s. W. Ruhe, Win l. Ruhe; M isi'iChester \. Braman, I. an. n n e 11 aman, Roy Gardner, and Morgan Gill ert; Hi M. Imogen • I' issett, Mi-s luh i Pomphrctt: Mr W il11.1111 I I homasMrs I II.-Mi I.. Smith, 135 ; I 111 transit fill Y\\ ana. IN I Hi; MAGIS1 RA I ES COUR I I el urary. 0. Win. Johnson Brent li Sp and in 1 1 It* 11 si erii art—6 weel Gei 1 e Fulford—1 brow ing stom s i" tl %  • dangt 1 of pi reins in •-' 11 ei i8s, I>I : 1 i\-. Herbert Knowles— Breach htieet II a flic 1 ii'i's ins 01 8 duvs lliliini \\ 11 h.iins — I )n tn ds. ur 5 d a j 1 VlCtOI 1 1 I llllSi n Pi iif.ni" an I ii decent I .nguage m II<*H I i ISSS I A I i-i-. nin si 1 %  iM Bs. or 1 il.i \ -. Pei MI ii land' %  Brence si iee| 1 • ilTic 1 Hi. 5-. HI 4 11 M.i jestv's I i V'iri i, H '". i Richard M lln le, Pre m r o British Colutnhi i. said i i the legislature "I believe thai Ihe time has come I'M tii • building "f the railro id through Northern British Columbia to the Yukon and



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Alaska, and I may say that the authorities at Washington and Ottawa have both go te so far as to endorse heartily some pro ject of co-operation in the building of this'line." New York, 2.— There were rum.mrs today in Wall Street tli it the United States Express Company would shortly wind up its affairs because of its inability to compete with the parcel post system. The rumours were generally ere 11 toil but it was impossible to gel any confirmation from the officers of the express company. A Wall Street agency put out a statemejil that there were go 1 I reasons for believing that therecenl strength and activity of the United States Express servii e are significant of a determination on the part of the largest stockholders to put the company into liquidation. x twenty ,oodon, on matched to-day to l> rounds in the Olympic, June 30th. Paris, 3.— I lie general pirliamentarv elections will he held on Sunday April 26th, Mew Yo k, 3.—Grave fears are felt foi seven or eight e->>.i) laden barges thai were abandoned by their lugs off Fire Island during the gale Sunday night, Wore than j, men aie alxtard. The revenue rutti r Acushuet is searching f>r ilie misting irgCS, Which it is feared line drifted out to sea. St. Pau of J. |. Hi pti -.'dent Railroad, I, 3. —Louis \V, Mill, son II WAS elected lo-d IV as of the Great N nlhern •M • N4TIONAU "IDEAL" H.V D HACHINI "NEW lOME-a FO )T MACHIN1 FOR SALE BY CHAS. S, ALBl NOTICE. 1 a W would have on New York, 3 --Mild and war mei weather helped thousands of St eel cleaners, linemen and railroad workers in their eff >ns at clearing the streets and repairing the d im-.'' %  caused h) the recent siorm. Street traffic was much improved and the big raihoads h <•• e made Sreat progress, in clearing iheii tracks. The telephone and telegraph service is still seciously crippled. Brussels, 3. — N'ine men were drowned to-dav and hundreds imI 'illed when a vein of water, acCidenlly tapped, flooded a coal mine, Cuxhnven, Germany, 3— It is re. poried he IP to-day that thirteen members of the crew were lost when the Norwegian haik Tasen 1 HI sized in the North Sea. London, 3,—Sir Kdwaid Grey in a fpeech IT the house of commons to.d.iy said that (ireat Britain dot* not intend to permit the killing of Wm, S. Menton by Mexican rebels i" Bo unnoticed. I he govornment has had no in. tenlion of sending an armed force into Mexico and for the present is well disposed to leave the handling "f the Benton affair m the hands of the United States. At the poper time, he said, Great Britain Would i tike whatever steps were nccessaiy. Chicago, 3 —pour persons were injured, one fatally, when a Grand Trui k passenger train crashed into a freight train t xlay New Port, K. I., 3.-Judge Marrows to-dav granted a divoice to Mis. Pauline Lerov French from her husband A. T. French, The] Couple became est'nnged follow ing, the elopement of their daughter Julia with Ja'k Gernthy, a ( hauf feur, in 1911. New York,3.—Smith, the champion while pugilist, and Sam Langford the Negro heavyweight were 1 II undersigned beg t'i inform his li lends and pa lions lli.it h< h is removed Ins business from DuKe St. under the Office of Mr, guarantee our brand to be made of the finest R II. Sawyer andCo, wheren li't Wrappers, and Havana fillers Ihmtigbuut. class grocery business will ip eon* These Cigars are manufactured on nui premises by skilled worl and greai pains ate taken to produce an artii Ie ol supenoi quality. I he success we \\w.\l NDERS A Co. Max Streel ducted, I Ins hci ig central will enable all 01 has in he executed promptly. Phone mders will re. cene pro npl attend i and delivery 1 I got ids made at oi.ee. I'h" p it ge of all is solicited. Pli me 28 ID. S\U\I)KRS. iform all who appreciate a Goo< Smoke that we I ,.nd ;n\ extensive Slock of II \\ \NA Cl< iARS. ivana and Surd mghout. "u red ce a n a' t lead' u \\ I OR SALE \RPROflR, Dookcase, Ex. title. tension Table, Oak S ho 1 :t viili Mirroi nItai hinent in goo I cot ilitimi. i Inip I.,' cash, app'y in I'ribune < )ffice. IMPERIAL THEATRE Wednesday Mar. 4th Comedy Night The Night fir a Good Laugh HENRY MAYER-Cartoonist THAT OTHER GIRL BURGLARIZING BILLY and the HUMAN STATUE. All Excellent 6d. <>d. is W. \. M iTHER UNDERTAKER D ES| \l Is in inform Ins f i Is and the Public thai I e h m jnsi receh ed id '• %  lulfil ( I Fai lilies fa llie huisnens of an undet laker, l,ich pi n es him in a pi i i urn to cai r\ "at Funei i is tint maj y N |"i full) soliciis ii'cii piirnoage Citl iv i'i ii <• > h a HI d pmve Hiii (hew nre ilie weiy bwi -i for die &r*t cl IM wot!., V )| I. li, I ""HIS is to inform mv P itrl I tin Public in GeiK i hal I II we npi 'i/ d my I'ul Black S M ii i si'np; and am rend) in do ai ylhinx in the lint Geneial repair oi neu work eing ^IIMI illy \ll work d Mei haiocaIIv. P \. I'luvler, •t.v -r.i I a fvVharfl W III listed to his Caie well n an I h'-p iii li : a id res|>ect Lumber & Shing-les. a aigo from i" i sclnfouei I'si received Jacksonville "Louise i 11, i \ x io oid i .>, 30 ft. lengths and as 1 in) uthei size* ,,f hunhei required. Prices in suit <\ • %  < v body. jj 1,000 Shingles in stock, 24s, per 1 lionsmd and upward, 1 H VS l KELL Y & HRO. Bieyeles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street. Shingles Besl Mo, 1 Heart 5in. Cypress Shingles ;ii I j.6o per Ihousand of JO bundles I i 1 LtntS oil hits of "V 'I Rl MKMB'.R! No home w vs. or cn be com plete v thoul "Music" ii' %  11 ',' 1 line of I III 1 irnde Piamw, I'laver an %  -. Piano I > gnim, and' Ri Oi j in.1.1 • • • 1 I 11 every li"i)| 1 %  1.11 : 1 si catalogi ami el us si I on %  1 these insi 1 • 'rloeei fn.m factory to yc home I 1 30 days trial, Absolute! I WEE fin ';, us,. f nr ^,,ii| s.df.( in insl/11 in 1, and lernis a Hi.Deal in Hie World, VIII-. RISIX'G STAR Dillei Streel w. p. \v. & t %  ; i 1. 1 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5tn. Cypress at ^6.72 pi r thousand of 30 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. 'FUS SELL'S coMirmsf, ILK M Ft/SSELLflrC^j B



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I' 1 SO > 3 c 0) (D %  0) o CO Nulllus t.ddktua |urare in verb* mtvgl.trl. Being bound to .we*r to the Dogma., ,f no Maater VOL. XI Nnsaau. N.P.. Be-haimis. Tuesday. March 3. 1914 PI BUSHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday an.I Friday — (iuglecop) ..." j,| Tuesdav I'IIHI ii.iv and Saturday— %  oriole c..|)\ ,,| •yki> ... 4 J.I %  onthly I v4 ,i Quarterly 4S ialf Yearl* s Veanv ,f,v PAYARLF IV UJVANCE. Adftrtiaing Hit.>, x pence pec line for first insertion : thret • '-ire |,<>r line '"' sad'"! in--in.i' ,i id DO* penny per line f.ir lubwqueiH insertion!, Advarthements ondei eight lioea .is. \ DOR ESS I') KM V I |> CAHPEN I li; Long u,,y C;ivs Andros 41I1 Jany, 1914 I 0 Rev I P. Carpenter iVnr Sir We the undersigned parishioner* "f the Parish ..f'AII S.IIIII-.' settled at Long Bay Cays do express our deep feeling on .'earn nt,nf your departure from our tunny Colony. (2) We regret tbfll the climatic conditions ol tins island is incompatible with y.iur health and tend ti> weaken your physical condition s<> iMirh that \,MI have to seek the varied climate of Europe fur its restoration, (3) Your lerni ,,( Office as Rector ol this I'.irKh ha, been somewlial shorl yet we OHII cheiish fond reminiscences of the, w,<\ how you ZenfoUftlj ischaf|ed >"iir duties (4 \\ henever we look at nui new Church v\ln.|| is now HI construction we shall think pleasantly o| >'"I ;is y 11 have h >d the honour of laying in Comer Stone, vet we regret that from local conditions the work has not gone further on. (5) # *Ul •s.siduiiis labours in this Parish of over thirty miles winch meant long walks over had roads •'">d rough boating in rough ia e.e indefatigably disch irged and we are proud to sav thej will ieniHin indelible on our minds. (b) It is our earnest request that you send a few lines periodically informing na of your whereabouts, (7) last but not least we send forth our benevolences for your iU No. 6A LEON E H UL'I'I cil ; niToR %  p Pauean 1 a OPPICI U ,, IfAltKRT STRRE1 Na .in \ i'., 1 i mas. f. i, B01 %  lllhtrious family circle whom we trust Providence will bless with health and wealth. (8, 1 It is MM ish that you and your circle be blessed with a pleasatit and speeds Voyage across the rough atlantic to ilie embraces of your loved ones who are awaiting jour arrival. (91 With every good wish for your personal health ami happiness in your every undertaking. We remain Most reverend Sir \ erv tiulv yours C 0. I). Hiown". .1. i>;' Heeekiab Simth, Catechist; loseph Dun combe, Catchist; I. Culiner, Catechist ; Sylvanus Thompson, Sarah .1. Smith, I'homas McKinney, Estelle McKinney, Georgie Stuart, Cecilia Nimmo, Edith Taylor, Emily Stuart, i eah Stuart, I.-c Nimmo, |ane Nimmo, an I 90 others ; KI.I'I.V Mangro\ e Cav Andios Island 30th Jany, 1914. To t'ie Catechism & People of Long IIay Lays Deat People I WHS veij gratified to receive your expiesj infoimeil tl e house ol commons yesterday of secrataiy of *taie lUyaii's proposal in send an 4 men. can army surgeon and anothei in ponsible American with Criutul Perceval ol Galve&toti, t.i conduct the exanim limn of the body ol William S, llenton ilie British ranchman, killed by Villa at Juarez. I'lie foreign secretary continued: "We are satisfied that the government of the United States is doing as much to discover the facts as if Beaton bad been an American citisen. We cannot ourselves do more at the present moment til in send a consul to be present at whatever investigations may be made". London, 38.—The house of corn, monsyesteidav passed by 315 votes against 152 the second reading of a bill providing that all parliamentary elections be held on the Same day. New York —The entry list of the nations for the Davis International Lawn Tennis Challenge Cup will close Monday March 2nd. I hit announcement was made yesterday aid also the fact that challenges had been received from England, Austialia, Belgium and 1" ranee, Bristol, 28 -Preliminaries markings made today oh fiic hull ol the New Korlc syndicate yacttt, winch is being built here as a candidate for the defense of the America's l up, shows that she is to have a draught of 13 feet 10 inches, with fight feet of 1 euteiboard to be added, her draught will he nearly 22 feet FpRTIFYING Till PANAMA CANAL. Having invested nearly '^J 7.5•'"*-'.000 in the canal, the United States is intent upon safeguarding thai tremendous outlay against the p legibility of damage through foreign war Fortification of th-canal has been undertaken purely as; suratice matter. It is srtuirht to make it imp i.-siblc m time of war, f >r am enemy to 1 ike possession of the waterway, or t' damage i> to such .>n extent that the ships of the I luited States could not use il at will, Guns "f 14 and 16 in caliber will be placed at forts gu 11 ling Loth the Pacific and Atlantic entrances,cominan inga radius iCont mued oil Imi.jl 1 l" '.


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Nulllus t.ddktua |urare in verb* mtvgl.trl.
Being bound to .we*r to the Dogma., ,f no Maater
VOL. XI
Nnsaau. N.P.. Be-haimis. Tuesday. March 3. 1914
PI BUSHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday an.I Friday
(iuglecop) ..." j,|
Tuesdav I'iihi-ii.iv and Saturday
oriole c..|)\ ..... ,,|
yki> ... 4j.i
onthly .......Iv4,i
Quarterly ...... 4S.
ialf Yearl* *s.
Veanv ,f,v
PAYARLF IV UJVANCE.
Adftrtiaing Hit.- >,x pence pec line
for first insertion : thret '-ire |,<>r line
'"' sad'"! in--in.i' ,i id do*penny per
line f.ir lubwqueiH insertion!,
Advarthements ondei eight lioea .is.
\ DOR ESS I') KM V I |>
CAHPEN I li;
Long u,,y C;ivs Andros
41I1 Jany, 1914
I 0 Rev I P. Carpenter
iVnr Sir
We the undersigned parishioner*
"f the Parish ..f'AII S.iiiii-.' settled
at Long Bay Cays do express our
deep feeling on .'earn nt,- nf your
departure from our tunny Colony.
(2) We regret tbfll the climatic
conditions ol tins island is incom-
patible with y.iur health and tend
ti> weaken your physical condition
s<> iMirh that \,mi have to seek the
varied climate of Europe fur its
restoration,
(3) Your lerni ,,( Office as Rector
ol this I'.irKh ha, been somewlial
shorl yet we OhII cheiish fond
reminiscences of the, w,<\ how you
ZenfoUftlj ischaf|ed >"iir duties
(4 \\ henever we look at nui new
Church v\ln.|| is now hi construc-
tion we shall think pleasantly o|
>'"I ;is y 11 have h >d the honour
of laying in Comer Stone, vet we
regret that from local conditions
the work has not gone further on.
(5)#*Ul s.siduiiis labours in this
Parish of over thirty miles winch
meant long walks over had roads
'">d rough boating in rough ia
e.e indefatigably disch irged and
we are proud to sav thej will ie-
niHin indelible on our minds.
(b) It is our earnest request that
you send a few lines periodically
informing na of your whereabouts,
(7) last but not least we send
forth our benevolences for your iU
No. 6A
LEON E H UL'I'I cil
;- niToR p Pauean 1 a
OPPICI U ,, IfAltKRT STRRE1
Na .in \ i'., 1 i mas.
f. i, B01
lllhtrious family circle whom we
trust Providence will bless with
health and wealth.
(8,1 It is mm ish that you and
your circle be blessed with a plea-
satit and speeds Voyage across the
rough atlantic to ilie embraces of
your loved ones who are awaiting
jour arrival.
(91 With every good wish for
your personal health ami happiness
in your every undertaking.
We remain
Most reverend Sir
\ erv tiulv yours
C 0. I). Hiown". .1. i>;' Heeekiab
Simth, Catechist; loseph Dun
combe, Catchist; I. Culiner,
Catechist ; Sylvanus Thompson,
Sarah .1. Smith, I'homas Mc-
Kinney, Estelle McKinney,
Georgie Stuart, Cecilia Nimmo,
Edith Taylor, Emily Stuart,
i eah Stuart, I- .-c Nimmo, |ane
Nimmo, an I 90 others ;
KI.I'I.V
Mangro\ e Cav
Andios Island
30th Jany, 1914.
To t'ie Catechism & People
of Long IIay Lays
Deat People
I whs veij gratified to receive
your expies departure anil you: good wishes
for my safe j iumey to my home
land with my family.
I shall treasure the p .per you
sent me ma hope to carr\ u with
to'' in a 'I my v ainlei iligS.
When youi new rector comes
I hope you will all rally round him
and give him vour support in doing
(tod's work among j 011
Remember at all tunes t!; t
you are living here in pieparatioii
loi a he,\.....Iy existence lureafter
to Inch I pay God HI .\ le id
\ ou through Jesus Christ
'lour affectionate Rector
(signedj I P. v. \Kl'K\ 1 I R
CABLEGRAMS
l.otaioit, 28.Sii Edward Gre>j
infoimeil tl e house ol commons
yesterday of secrataiy of *taie
lUyaii's proposal in send an 4 men.
can army surgeon and anothei in
ponsible American with Criutul
Perceval ol Galve&toti, t.i conduct
the exanim limn of the body ol
William S, llenton ilie British
ranchman, killed by Villa at Jua-
rez.
I'lie foreign secretary continued:
"We are satisfied that the govern-
ment of the United States is doing
as much to discover the facts as if
Beaton bad been an American cit-
isen. We cannot ourselves do
more at the present moment til in
send a consul to be present at
whatever investigations may be
made".
London, 38.The house of corn,
monsyesteidav passed by 315 votes
against 152 the second reading of
a bill providing that all parlia-
mentary elections be held on the
Same day.
New York The entry list of the
nations for the Davis International
Lawn Tennis Challenge Cup will
close Monday March 2nd.
I hit announcement was made
yesterday aid also the fact that
challenges had been received from
England, Austialia, Belgium and
1" ranee,
Bristol, 28 -- Preliminaries mark-
ings made today oh fiic hull ol the
New Korlc syndicate yacttt, winch
is being built here as a candidate
for the defense of the America's
l up, shows that she is to have a
draught of 13 feet 10 inches, with
fight feet of 1 euteiboard to be ad-
ded, her draught will he nearly 22
feet
FpRTIFYING Till
PANAMA CANAL.
Having invested nearly
'^j7.5'"*-'.000 in the canal, the
United States is intent upon
safeguarding thai tremendous
outlay against the p legibility of
damage through foreign war
Fortification of th-- canal has
been undertaken purely as;......-
suratice matter. It is srtuirht to
make it imp i.-siblc m time of
war, f >r am enemy to 1 ike
possession of the waterway, or
t' damage i> to such .>n extent
that the ships of the I luited
States could not use il at will,
Guns "f 14 and 16 in caliber
will be placed at forts gu 11 ling
Loth the Pacific and Atlantic
entrances,cominan inga radius
iCont mued oil Imi.jl
1 l" '.


Hhe tribune
Tuesday, March 3. 1914
It is not considered likely in
official circles, that the present
Parliament will be able to
I-ickle the knotty problem of
t e reform of the 1 louse of Lords.
'Public Opinion" quoting Sir
I lenry Lucy, says "The reform
of the House of Lords will not
be carried further in the present
Parliament than by thesubmis
son of a series of resolutions"
1 hat the House of Lords needs
thorough reform, no one will
d my. A large number of the
Labour and Socialist party
think it would be better to re'
form it out ofexister.ee. We do
not go as far as this, for we are
convinced that a second cham-
ber is absolutely necessary for
revising and putting a check on
hasty legislation. This however,
the British second chamber can
not by any stretch of imagina-
tion be said to have accomplish
ed. With the Conservatives in
power, the Kmpire is to all nir
tents and purposes governed by
' single chamber, any bills that
the government may' feel dis
posed to pass are welcomed by
the Peers, and passed without
question. By this means an un-
just Education Bill which bene
fitd church schools at the ex-
p use of the nonconformists,
a.is passed into law,' unques
tioned. Then a licensing bill
w hid) looked after the interests
of the Brewer, and forgot the
I.....r tenant, became the law of
the laud in the same easy fash-
i" i.AII this it is well to remem-
ber was done by a government
n-turneel by a patriotic nation
tojearry through and bring to a
speedy termination, that great
blunder, the South African war.
I hese are the people, forsooth,
wno have the temerity to tell
ie present government that
Niy have no mandate When
the Liberals came into office
their first task was to pass an
I. lucational Act which would
il al fairlv with people of every
i ligious creed. We all know
! e fate of that ili starred mea-
* ire. I hen the new licensing
1 II met a similar doom, then
the budget, then -retribution
I lie Government went to the
Country, and said "Shall this
1 ingbe," and the reply was an
emphatic "No." So it comes to
pass that the Lords impenitent
and imperious as ever, must be
left to stew in their own juice a
little longer, as the Government
are busy with weightier mat-
ters. The Reform of the Mouse
of Lords is a serious matter.
and one which must be attend-
ed to, but, the Government is
not likely to hae the time to
devote to that task as long as
the Lords themselves waste
valuable time by their obstinate
policy of blocking Liberal legis-
lation. We do not envy the
Chancellor of the Exchequer his
task of finding the extra mil-
lions for the Navy, but he is re-
sourceful, and will n<< doubt
find a way out of the difficulty.
The Premier forshaclowed pro
posals for the reconstruction of
the Income Tax last December,
and these will probably find ex-
pression in the next budget The
limits of the Super Tax will
probably he extended, if so we
may expect another passionate
outburst from those with great
possessions.
j
The Mail Steamer "Miami"
arrived at f o'clock this morning
from Miami with the following
passengers ; and steamed for Mi-
ami at about 9 o'clock.
Misses A. M. Whiting, R. Po-
me toy J M. McCormick, K. Far*
well and S. Berth: Mrs R. Rome-
ro y: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lout/,
Mr. and Mrs. (i. II. Cl-inents.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Webber, Dr
and Mrs. II. M. Warner ; Messrs
T G. [ohnson, and John W.
Webber.
Mrs. Eliazbeth Morrison ;
Messrs. Samuel Pinder, Solomon
Dean, Wallace Higgs, Thomas
Rahming, Hezekiah Duncombe,
Theo Pratt and (ieo, C. Dona
than.
The Ward Line Steamer "Ha
vana" reports by Wireless that
having been delayed by stormy
weather will not arrive until
early tomorrow morning.
The ImpS-rial gives an excel,
lent programme this evening.
SynnpoMi of two of the reels
follows; The Management
deserves the encouragement of
the public fur their enterprise in
this direction. Don': miss it.
THE BEARER OF BURDENS
John Strong, chief clerk of a
great mercantile house, weds
Helen foster. Her sudden rise
from poverty to affluence quite
turns her head. Meanwhile, John
has given employment to Helens
never-do-well brother, Tom,
whose gambling passioii'hasbeen
Ins ruin, and who repays this
kindness by a theft from the firm
which circumstances enable him
to fasten upon John. To protect
his wife's brother, John makes
good the amount.
Unable to obtain employment
on account of the stigma on his
name after his discharge, John
gradually sinks into poverty.
Tom becomes i homeless wan-
derer. John's strength fails him
under the heavy load and he de-
termines to end his life when a
street accident brings the
brothers-in law together. Tin-
strong will of John asserts itself
at Tom's belated confession
which lifts 'he burden fmm
John's life, and the weak wife is
made to realize her husband's
devotion.
"THE WORD OF JOSE"
Good photography and an
ent rtaining story .if the pic
turesque Southwest, combine to
make this an attractive offering.
The horsethief throws suspicion
on Jose, but the girl heroine
saves him as they struggle in
hand to hand conflict on a cliff
Die scenic effects are very goo I
i letter than the average offering
of its type.
ATRIP TOTHE
INHABITANTS OF MAPS.
Dear Tribune :
Glancing southward out into
space this time of the year in
the evening one is able to sec
Mars -a fiery body to the left of
Orion. Many powerful lens*.
have shown after careful obser.
vationvegetation, canals and
other bodies mi its surface. A
few years ago a n eminent scien-
tist thought that he would be
able to send a balloon with suf
ficient force to carry it away
from the gravitation of the
Earth to be then drawn towards
Mars bv her attraction, hut af-
ter making some mathematical
calculations arrived at the con
elusion that it w.nld take hun-
dreds ol years travelling ;,t i|u.
rate of one hundred miles an
hour.
But we have recently dis-
covered an easier way of ic.u h-
ing Mars which we arc about
to describe: Leaving Kemp's
Bay, Andros, and going in a
southerly direction overland we
took ferry to "Pure Gold" a
little settlement noted for its
abundance of cocoanuts from
thence we continued on until
we began to lose sight of ci-
vilization and also from the
Earth's gravitati n. At this
juncture we had t take ofr our
shoes and swim cross ''Little
Creek"; reaching the other
shore we began to journey on
passing a few nebulae on out
way. The only one of note vvai
Pleasant Bay where Monchet
lives and during a cniiversatini
with him we found that he wa$
blown off the eart'i from Haiti
during one of the rev dutions
in that country and was landed
near Mars. After w had quench-
ed our thirst with >me cocoa-
nut water we con' nued on our
I hills and dales un' i w< arrived i
at a neatly cut spi il road, on 1
either side of whir i we noticed I
the soil to be very fertile, but,
hundredsof acres v re Ling un-
cultivated on ,{<( nt of it be-
ing "generation uid" which
generation had in- vet arrived
from the earth a; thev were
jnurneving from tl other wav
to Mars, none of tl s land could
be bought atany | ice. batigu-
ed and finding our Ive; getting
further away out < F civilization
also our Stores ruining short
we were beginning t<> despair
when we sighted an einnty pipe
upturned, stamping c mspicu
ouslv on a pole dressed with a
piece of red rag near a field.
The sight of this 11 ject refresh
cd us for whatevei might have
been its meaning e did not
know hut to us it was n sign of
ngain approaching ivibzation.
It encouraged us t rat om last
morsel and continue our
journev until at la-t in the far
distance we siw h uses and on
coining nearer we met with
some of the inhabitants >f Marl
who warmly greeted us. We
were u*hered into the nresenre
of the king who looked a little
sad and grieved over the death
of his father who had died two
ve.irs ago I her are about
forty people besides children
who are of Afro |\ iro|>e in des-
cent. Horses goats, |'igs, 'hie kens
seem to thrive there, sisal and
cotton grow luxur mtly, being
good agriculturists many priw
specimens of vegel 'bus are of-
ten proclui ed such BS yams,
swert potatoes, cassava pump-
kins, and an abundance "f peas
and other grains. Sappndilhw,
.rape fruit, bananas ami sugar f
canes are among the fruits. \
Game consists of Pellicani
(iaublmgs snipes and crahs and
at a certain season it is sai(
that a superabundance
pigeons are to be seen. The rj
ligion is that of the Church
England which maintains
L


micro orgi
then need
school. The climate is quite
heJtlthy ( nly ordinary pains
from exposure. In the interior
mahogany is found plentifully
which is w irryiog the King how
to convey it to the shore. There
are one pi, sician and one sur-
geon also >cal nurses and dis-
pensers; so .11 after our arrival an
operation ..-as to be performed
by the sur eon upon an infant
about six lonthsold who had
a swelling n the front and up-
perportioi of the right thigh.
The instri nents consisted of
something resembling a pen-
knife and another a horn. No
lisin living oil Mars
ot be any steriliza-
tion of ins rumentt. We placed
8 finger ov r the part and push
ed up the veiling which made i
us dilfer mm the surgeon's:
dingnosis< ho believed it to be
a boil but u our estimation it'
was a rupl re, and we were just !
in time to event the gut being
punctured.
On the s telves of the physi-
cian's disp nsary were to be
seen many bottles tilled with
the excreta from various animals
vis.Cow goat and fowl given !
both i 11 ten ally and externallv,
no doubt tie Ammonia found
within this lejected matter mav I
be the cause of working so!
many ma .ellous cures. The
physician nformed us that
taken from the goat given in
pill form si c of which taken
three time; a day cures any case
of whoopii ; cough. The dentist
also assure I us that taken from ''
the fowl and stuffed into the
cavity of a tooth alleviates the!
pain. We saw a variety of Me-
dicinal heibs which would glad. !
lv furnish splendid material for i
the physiologist and therapeu
tist. Many of these herbs are
dangerous oismis nevertheless
the ihspeiiv r informed us that
ihey aregi en ad libitum with
splendid i suits because the
inhabitant >f Mars being bigger
and stronger require larger
doses, Further pschyco-Thera-
peutic Diagnostic, obstetrica
nd surgical findings will nnly
beol interest to a Medical jour-
nal or assembly. On a whole
we,found the inhabitants of
Mars to be very hmpitable to
piople from other worlds .an I
m ide our .sojourn among them
to he one that will be ever re-
membered.
Yours.
TRAVELLERS.
"Current Opinion is respon-
sible fpr the following interest-
ing sidelight on the psychology
of President lluertaol Mexico.
"What kind of a government
have vou in New York ?" Huer-
ta asked anAmerican recently. "'I
see your governor is impeach-
ed for perjury and larceny, they
tell me your police officers steal
and murder citizens on the
street, What do you come down
here for anyhow.to preach to us
about clean government ?"Huer
ta went on to relate how he once
rode on a railway from El Pas > to
St. Louis without paying his fare
simply by keeping the conduc-
tors supplied with good cigars.
How he tot himself into the
presidency, is no concern of ours.
The Portuguese murders were
quits as heinous as the Mexican
murders, 'yet we r< cognized the
new regime at Lisbon without
delay.' We also recognized the
Chinese republic, in spite of the
festive eccentricities of its (ire-
sent President, who thinks
about as much of torturing a
man to death as we do of step.
ping on a black beetle.
POLICE KAMI CONCERT
Wednesday \fternm ^ ,o
PHOGR \MvlE
March I lie Old S.dt.
Valse Under the Spell.
Inti-mezz'i An African Smile,
Ser.in.u)"- Pearl nf the Pvrenneet.
rwo StepBobbin u|> Gvottf--Por({el in* n >t.
Valse-Over ilic W.ives.
Cake Walk -Naughty \'ig(jei<.
(tod Smvp the King,
W Cos .
Bandmasti-r.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Tueday Mar. 3ra.
4 NEW PIClTRES
KING MAGGOT IN THE
Burden Bearer
FINE WESTERN PICTURE
The Word Of Jose
AND
See Saw of Life
A POWERS
6d. qd. is.
CABLEGRAMS,
London, i.
Another move
for supremacy between Germany
and Great Britain for the big-
gest Atlantic liner is reported
from Belfast. It is said that ne-
gotiations are in progress for
building a steamer which will
!- '> '
eclipse in size and tonnage,
either the Vaterland or her sis-
ter-ship, now building for Ger-
many.
The new vessel will be 60,000
tons.
London, 1Countess Dudley,
as a passenger of Gustav Hamel,
looped the loop five times today
at Worcester.
London, 1.Parliamentary
questions as to risks taken by
aviating ministers have not
diminished Winston Churchills
enthusiasm, for he made another
twenty minutes flight at Hendon
to-day, ascending three thou-
sand feet
Washington, ;.\n official
report, which reached Washing-
ton tonight, gives the result of
a careful investigation of the
killing of Win. Benton, the
British ranchman, in Juarez, and
the evidence seems to show con-
clusively that Benton was killed
in Villa's office and that the
New York, 2.New York
City and its suburbs were suffer*
ing today from the effects of the
worst snowstorm since the great
blizzard of 1888. Trolley car and
vehicular traffic was suspended
all over the city and in some
places, notably Staten Island
and the Bronx, things were at a
complete standstill. The city
was practically isolated by the
storm which swept down tele-
graph, telephone, electric light
and railroad wires. Seven per-
sons are dead due to the storm.
There were no incoming or
out going trains on some of the
big railroads. The weather
bureau service says that the
snowstorm covers the middle
and north Atlantic coast exten-
ding from Norfolk to Maine and
westward to Pittsburg.
Paris, 2.Geraix the Freneh
aviator established another
worlds record today when he
ascended to an altitude of
ranchman was unarmed at the 10.089 feet carrying three pas
time
London, 1.King George and
Queen .Marv have made an inno-
vation in court etiqutte. It is the
breaking down of the tradition
under which nobody must ad-
dress a monarch unless first
spoken to byhismajesty.lt is
now intimated that at private
dinners, at least, the convives
must not hesitate either to make
original remarks or even to
broach new subjects for conver
gat ion.
London. I.The complete
disruption of the Royal Society
of British Sculptors is threaten
ed by an internationel squabble
over the selection of Sculptors
to execute ten statues which are
being presented to the Cardiff
City Hall by D A. Thomas, the
British coal operator.
The original proposal was to
hold a competition, but Mr
Thomas subsequently decided to
invite the council of the society
to appoint an adviser to assist
him in selecting the sculptors.
Sir George Frampton, presi
dent of the society, was ap-
pointed adviser and the com-
missions were awarded ti ten
selected sculptors.
The result was discontent on
the part of the unselecte I, who
raised such a disturbance last
night that the entire council
11 the contest handed in their resignations.
London, 1.The Board of
Education has issued a warning
against the perils of tea drink-
ing, in a circular outlining a
scheme of health teaching m
elementary schools.
sengers this afternoon.
Washington, 2.President
Wilson let it be known today
that he has no intention of
changing his policy toward
Mexico. He is against interven-
tion and intends to continue
that policy no matter how great
may be the pressure from with-
in or without.
Berlin, 2.Cardinal George
Copp, the highest ranking mem-
ber of the Roman Catholic
Church in Germany, is critically
ill, The last rites of the church
have been administered.
London, 2. The admiralty
has abandoned all hopes of re-
covering the submarine, A. dt,
which remains buried in Ply-
mouth Sound. Formal announce
ment was made today that me-
morial services will be held on
Thursday.
Washington, 2. The senate
this afternoon, by a vote of 47
to 14 decided to take up. for
immediate consideration the
resolution for a constitutional
amendment for women suffrage.
New York, 2. An offer of
$65000 for a three yens
engagement was offered t >
Mittliewson, the Baseball pit
cher, by the new Federal l.*agti"
Nattbewson however declined
and ha*signed n renewal con-
tract with the New York Giants.
Washington, 2. The housfl
'today voted a watch to Captain
Kreibohn and medals f .r the
crew <>l the steamer Kiion
land for heroism in saving 84
lives from the burning ship
Voltumo last October.


ill 15 miles. The forts at the Pa-
cific entrance are constructed pn
three islands in Panama Bay,
at the very beginning of the
canal, Flamenco, Perico, and
Naos. Tiles'" are huge masses of
volcanic rock, behind which,
safe from the fire of any ship, no
matter how powerful, the forts
stand. The great
Locks are seven miles inland
Lumber & Shingles.
arpo from
bclioouei
UST reco-ed a 1
Jacksonville per
'"Louise V."
i\, 1^x10and 1-', 30 ft. lengths
and nls ) any oilier size- of lumhei
required.
Prices lo suit every body,
951,001 Shingles in stock. 24s.
Miraflores per thousand and upward.
CM \s..l. KELLY .* I'.WO.
NI.W NATIONAL" <&
IDEAL"
Mi ID MACHINES
NEW IOME" 'RUBI
FOOT MACHINES
)R SAI I BY
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigrar
from the forts, and no pun at
the present time is ppwerful
enough to send a shell the 22
miles intervening between the
outside of the zone <>f fire from "Ladysmith Brand'
the forts and those locks which
control canal. Even with the
marveU .if modern gunnery it
would be as difficult to place a
shell, even if it could be thrown
that far, as for a rifleman to hit
a lead pencil at a distance of
2coo yards.
ANNA E.RAE
Proprietress Of
7Vie Vogue,
'Au Bon Marcke Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
ADIES Dress Goods, in
*-* Lustres, Serges. Ratines
white and Coloj/ed Cor-
dings, Crepes, Crepons, Mar-
quisettes, Bengali nes, Ufcds-
downes, Spot-Muslins, Em-
broidered Muslins, Vetvets,
Embroidered Batistes, Tus-
sore Suitings, Embroidery
Flouncings, Overall Embroi-
dery and Overall Lace.
Laces and Insert ions, Rib-
bons, plain and fancy Latest
Style Belts I.ace Cofhrs.
Embroidery Collars.
Ladies white, Black,Pink,
Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey
Silk Stockings
Men's White, Black, Grey j
Navy Blue, Alice Blue, Helio.j
and Green Silk Socks with
Silk Ties to match
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Si Ik Para-
sols, Silk Evening Scarvesj
Beautiful Handbags
Handsome Japanese Gdcdsj
Genuine Irish Linens of all
kinds.
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
Gasoline
STAN'DAK I) Oil Cm \l t...
Spirits sold in quantities ..1 ^
gallons and upward f>r one shilling
per gallon at Garage,
Bring a Vessel for snail qua nii
I ties.
Drums may he had rifh"dium
I lots,'subject i" mum ub"nempij
Reo The Fifth l ais 'old ;il
v I I 75, li" IO pel rent dis.
fount f. ii. |i. f,,cl. iry,
Ren Cars also foi I lire
IJicjcles rented fur ics, .1 wcl,
Auto nobil* and bicycle supplies
kept in stock, I'vhndei oil .111 !
Auto Grease a specially,
C.ni even sell von 1 veiv conve.
nient storage drum with faurii i"
keep gasoline. Come and sei
them,
Ap[>ly In
I. P. SIMMS,
47 M.i,kei Street,
CHAS.E, ALB'JR
would iforrn all wlavappre ian 1 (jcod Smoke that we on
have ori und an extensive Stock ol IIAVAN \ CIGARS \\
guaranteeour brand to he made of the finest Havana and Mimatl
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout
'I'li.s,. 1 g;, --,. manufactured on ..... premises bt skilled workmi
and ereal pains are taken to pi...lure an artii le nf superior qnilitv.
The sn. res we have met with m the past leads u :onfidently tnexM
the pa111 'ii 1 ne ol connoiseurs
J. L. SAI NDERS X Co.
Bai Stieet.
R E A
Bargains
IN
w
Bicycles
for HIRE
l(h. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
AGAIN'
BOOTS AND SHOKS.
ILLIAMS
I ill- Mil)!' \| VN
Has jusi received a
large consignment of
Hoots andjdioes most
of which are
SAMPLE 1.0 IS
of I. 2 and ] |i .if, .,f a
brand nil *f) ' in nil -i/.-s
which .1 te liein^; siil,1
SURPRMNGLY CHEAP:
In many instances the discount i
not le-s than
10 per cent on i|,e
REGULAR PRICKS
'."all In div and convince your
self (bai this is another lot of
those Exceptional Bargains
v Inch iseveiy now and then
offered at
wn.i.iwh'
WHOLESALE ANfJ RETAIL
.SHOE ESI"A HI I3HMBNT.
277 270, fiav-stieet,
W. \. v, ,T il It
I -i.K'l \K\:\(
11 his
lli il
jusl .r-d .1 complete nuTu f
facilities f"i lie Inn.11.'s~ dI .in mi.
dert-ker, >v l.i.ii pi "' s ii rm, 01 .1
position lo <., n ..,!' I'm,, ids t It t
1 .1. entrusted to Ins ore wiih
-Vslern ,111 I ilesp Ucli ; H'lll le., I
fully solicits, then pitronafe ii 1
my l'i nes first iii H p nve t hut 1 \
j are (lie veiv lowest fill I he fii-i | ,,
.< irk.
\oi iii-;.
I ll> is t Inl >r "i in v I' itrOQ
and ili-' I'uhlir in < i-'iieia
Hint I have npei -d my I'ubll
mack Sniti, ->i ,,;,; nnd am no\
ie idv to do j vtl in the ime r
fjeneia1 iepan m new work Hors
io-iiil' -ie-,-. illy \li work dou
\|. rncfl \
I' A. Ihnler,
I
ruwr
Kr.vtK-lBr.R I
No home wn.nr oan be eon
i>ieto w h hi "Muaio"
/ I', are j 1 line .,1 Hit;
w
I'..
tirade I'm ., I' ,
all I'' 1 .. Reetgf
O'g.l ' I .r '. "i \ ii imr,
I 11 in I I -< our la'est cntalogui
and let us aend ime id tin - instill
ments dnei 1 ,' .
home for j,. 1:
Shinsrle
s
r el' k rj nski
W .' I 1 owl 1 11 11,.
the !'.. -t in the \\
7"ni in
lirsi Mo. 1 11>-111 jin. Cvpi
Shingles al $^.6n pei iliou-
sand of 20 l)u in I '
Discounts "ii lots of i n ei
5000 shingle^,
Special Price
lalsooQ rheaper grades -also
)in. Cypress hi -''> 73 per
[thousand ol 20 bundles. Tins
price made possible by a very
large pur 'base.
F resh stack airiving everv
M 1 c.
C. C SAUNDERS.
\ 10 v"iirg|
M>s..lutely
Ii 1 is 1 1.1| you 1
' and terms are
, rid,
,'\<; Ddl.i Street.
vV. I. \\ &Co.

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FUS SELL'S
M I LH
Bill
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N vi 111 vi s .1,1.in i |urarc In verbs n ,.\ i'ish i.
Ili'ir.;; bound to twe&r to the Dogmas VOL. XI.
Nassitu, N. P.. IIiv h a mas, Wednesday, March 3. 1914
No. 68
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PUBLISHED D'.n.'i
Mouday, Vednesday ai I Friday
ingle cop) ... . ... J11
I i.rvl.n lii :-'!. iv an Saturday-
Single Cf1|H III
t\\ ... 4|d
Inutlll* I
llll'fl'
lalfYearb
V'JI'V i'-
p V \i'.| I I \- V l)VAM< P..
A Ivertifing Rale Six pe ce \ ei lii.t
(oy fu-t insertion ; three pence net In e
' line I i luh i ent in*ei I
\,'vniiemi I un lei eight lines i^.
We are please I to note ill it the
I..... in iv i vson Sq larc h ii e
i re.i r. i let than the)
uere befn ej I a- i smII remain to be
iemoved from the gran ci le fl I
those re w tve< night ) el be hetti i
p!.i i !
We u idt rstand ih it several
hen In-- I; \\ i ()l .' I 'Ml
the I .astei n Para le.
The Motor "I i in :iE." I ft Mi.
air.i 1111** >\< 1111111.; with il pass n-
gers f ii Naw m,
I in- U or led States Survej ing
Vessel "" I '..ii he'' un ived this mtii n-
i ( liinn lii-rtiiii.11 mi .in ()cean i
graphic i ruise
I he "Bache" reports having en
i ountered we ilher hich compell-
ed her t" lay to, hhe ; ' t*
Wh ilers ii 5h will c m-
iinue hei stit\ev finm lie e on U>
11 it VI lii
The \l inaa i "f ti'-' "P "'''
M.: an nlier i of fii*t cl is*
pi< lures this evening. See ''''"' '
May i lii 'artnnnist : un al liig
wonderful i t i) ,<. .intit ii draw ing. \
f n .i- pos-ih e, tn \l in -.: nenl "I
- up-'o date I'iieal re intends t i
I ire i i W< dm I ry evening
Cnmeriv, 1 pi iv 'p i Sntur-
day Wi st< i hi '. i. S ad.
Inr this evening.
The Ward I i ivan i" -
porn havins Ii i i snow yeMerd >
n owing about y>o miles Norm <->'
N iau.
'1 lie Ward Line Steamer "Ha-
vana" arrived fT the port early
this morning anil after transferring
passengers Nassau i<> the Ten-
dei "AuxiIur' proceeded to Hava-
na.
Passi naeis.Misses H. C. Hugh*
son, M. Holland, E. McLallen,
Dorothy Weir, and Cora Weir;
Mesdan es (!hei er A. Braman, W.
C. Hughson, J. A. M.Johnston,and
Oliver J mes; Mi an Mrs Howard
Bern is, Mr and Mrs Charles F.
Hi iwn, Mr nnd Mrs \\ I.. R.
Gardner, Mr and Mrs W E, Gil-
i, Mr an I Mrs II. A. Mann. Mr
and Mrs !l. II. S!,aw, Mr and Mrs
I. Mden Weir, Mr and Mts Harold
v. sson, Mi and Mrs A. T. White;
1> and Mr- Root, Strowbridge;
Dr and Mrs E. I'. Cum; Messrs
P. II. Blanding, George Devoll,
George Eisenback, (i. Foster, W.
Mien Gardner! Roy Gardner,
I dwin I-li mi. I). T, |ohnston, I
Kr iun, I !. Kail snback, JohnJL.
Keenan, Isaac Mayer, II Mayer,
M, Premiss, Waller Rahman,
l i. s. W. Ruhe, Win l. Ruhe;
M isi'i- Chester \. Braman, I.an.
n n e 11 aman, Roy Gardner, and
Morgan Gill ert; Hi M. Imogen
I' issett,
Mi-s luh i Pomphrctt: Mr W il-
11.1111 I. I homas-
Mrs I Ii.-m-i I.. Smith, 135
; I 111 transit fill Y\\ ana.
IN I Hi;
MAGIS1 RA I ES COUR I
I el urary.
0. Win. Johnson Brent li Sp
and in1' 1 It* 11 si erii art6 weel -
Gei 1 e Fulford1 brow ing
stom s i" tl dangt 1 of pi reins in
-' 11 ei i8s, i>i : 1 i\-.
Herbert Knowles Breach htieet
II a flic 1 ii'i's ins 01 8 duvs
lliliini \\ 11 h.iins I )n tn ds. ur
5 d a j 1
VlCtOI 1 1 I llllSi n Piiif.ni" an I
ii decent I .nguage m Ii<*hiiisss iA
I i-i-. n- in si 1 ' iM Bs. or 1 il.i\ -.
Pei mi ii land' Brence si iee|
1 ilTic 1 Hi. 5-. hi 4 Ernes' i In I \ 11I1 up; nud
beat n Joseph E. \ < \ <<\ l)i-.
11 < il
10George K nwle1Sssaulting
and l"' lii ; Emmanuel Smith
I )ismisse I,
Samui I an, U I'm carl 1 Dog |.j.
cense \it- 31
Albert SmithAssaulting ami
.W
beating Edward Mingoos, and
3-. (j I COStS "r is days.
\\ illi tm B iwersCarrying about
lii person a deadly weapon -to
wit,fl razor in Bay street. 18s. or
20 days.
IIWin. II. Romer Breach
Health Rules7s. or 6 days.
12 -Evangelist GrantLarceny
nf 4s, 6d moneys of Emily Tay-
lorI hsmissed.
Samuel SandsUsing abusive
language towards Constable At-
tenborough 6s. "r 5 d
iys.
Beat 1 ice Wo 11 Breach Cattle
Actas. '
13 Emmanuel Whiteheadt.
Drunk in street6s, 'i'l nr -; day-.
2 Using profane laa gtiage i n
s ime nccasion ij-. nr 8 days.
Fre lei i k I'j nes Larceny of j
bunch of bananas, value w gnn.i-
<^\ I ili tttels "I Pal i sne Rahnlin^
Bound in Ins own recognizance
in $ lo appear for sentence if call
il upon,
i) January Rolle, Drunk in
street, ,|-. 'a i I i\ -
| hi nes I hompson, Breach cattle
act, 2s. 6d.
Sarah I 11 iu?i a, Breach com*
I -ils ii \ educ ition act, i -.
c \I'.i.i ;r wh.
I.on In i, i.It is understood
thai the home icretai y \ isited
th<' king yesterday in relation
with the letter addressed to
Kin_: George by Mis Pankhurtt.
The king is n il expected to re-
ply in p -rson and prob ibly a
bire acknowledgment tliroogb
t ie home n Bee will be the only
i hi Mis Pankhursl will
get, Me tnwhile Queen Mary,
who moderated her anti-suffri-
gist s ie \s. has, ii is i.|i M'teil
become more th in evei i i ensed
aviinst the militant' i re-
i'' leinonstrnti'i i dur
in^ the royal visil t > 11 M.i
jestv's I i
V'iri i, H '". i Rich-
ard M lln le, Pre m r o British
Colutnhi i. said i i the legisla-
ture
"I believe thai Ihe time has
come I'M tii building "f the
railro id through Northern Bri-
tish Columbia to the Yukon and


Alaska, and I may say that the
authorities at Washington and
Ottawa have both go te so far
as to endorse heartily some pro
ject of co-operation in the
building of this'line."
New York, 2. There were
rum.mrs today in Wall Street
tli it the United States Express
Company would shortly wind
up its affairs because of its
inability to compete with the
parcel post system.
The rumours were generally
ere 11 toil but it was impossible to
gel any confirmation from the
officers of the express company.
A Wall Street agency put out
a statemejil that there were
go 1 I reasons for believing that
therecenl strength and activity
of the United States Express
servii e are significant of a de-
termination on the part of the
largest stockholders to put the
company into liquidation.
x twenty
,oodon, on
matched to-day to l>
rounds in the Olympic,
June 30th.
Paris, 3. I lie general pirlia-
mentarv elections will he held on
Sunday April 26th,
Mew Yo k, 3.Grave fears are
felt foi seven or eight e->>.i) laden
barges thai were abandoned by
their lugs off Fire Island during the
gale Sunday night, Wore than j,
men aie alxtard. The revenue rutti r
Acushuet is searching f>r ilie mist-
ing irgCS, Which it is feared line
drifted out to sea.
St. Pau
of J. |. Hi
pti -.'dent
Railroad,
I, 3. Louis \V, Mill, son
II WAS elected lo-d IV as
of the Great N nlhern
M N4TIONAU
"IDEAL"
H.V D HACHINI
"NEW lOME-a
FO )T MACHIN1
FOR SALE BY
CHAS. S, ALBl
NOTICE.
1
a
W
would
have on
New York, 3 --Mild and war mei
weather helped thousands of St eel
cleaners, linemen and railroad
workers in their eff >ns at clearing
the streets and repairing the d im-
-.'' caused h) the recent siorm.
Street traffic was much improved
and the big raihoads h < e made
Sreat progress, in clearing iheii
tracks. The telephone and telegraph
service is still seciously crippled.
Brussels, 3. N'ine men were
drowned to-dav and hundreds im-
I 'illed when a vein of water, ac-
Cidenlly tapped, flooded a coal
mine,
Cuxhnven, Germany, 3 It is re.
poried heIP to-day that thirteen
members of the crew were lost
when the Norwegian haik Tasen
1 hi sized in the North Sea.
London, 3,Sir Kdwaid Grey in
a fpeech it the house of commons
to.d.iy said that (ireat Britain dot*
not intend to permit the killing of
Wm, S. Menton by Mexican rebels
i" Bo unnoticed.
I he govornment has had no in.
tenlion of sending an armed force
into Mexico and for the present is
well disposed to leave the handling
"f the Benton affair m the hands of
the United States. At the poper
time, he said, Great Britain Would i
tike whatever steps were nccessaiy.
Chicago, 3 pour persons were
injured, one fatally, when a Grand
Trui k passenger train crashed in-
to a freight train t xlay
New Port, K. I., 3.-Judge Mar-
rows to-dav granted a divoice to
Mis. Pauline Lerov French from
her husband A. T. French, The]
Couple became est'nnged follow ing,
the elopement of their daughter
Julia with Ja'k Gernthy, a ( hauf
feur, in 1911.
New York,3.Smith, the cham-
pion while pugilist, and Sam Lang-
ford the Negro heavyweight were 1
II undersigned beg t'i inform
his li lends and pa lions lli.it
h< h is removed Ins business from
DuKe St. under the Office of Mr, guarantee our brand to be made of the finest
R II. Sawyer andCo, wheren li't Wrappers, and Havana fillers Ihmtigbuut.
class grocery business will ip eon* These Cigars are manufactured on nui premises by skilled worl
and greai pains ate taken to produce an artii Ie ol supenoi quality.
I he success we \\w<- mei with in (he past leads u onfidently toexl
the pationage of connoiaeurs.
J. L. >.\l NDERS A Co.
Max Streel
ducted, I Ins hci ig central will
enable all 01 has in he executed
promptly. Phone mders will re.
cene pro npl attend i and de-
livery 1 I got ids made at oi.ee.
I'h" p it......ge of all is solicited.
Pli me 28
ID. S\U\I)KRS.
iform all who appreciate a Goo< Smoke that we I
,.nd ;n\ extensive Slock of II \\ \NA Cl< iARS.
ivana and Surd
mghout.
"u red
ce a n a' t
lead' u
\\
I OR SALE
' \RPROflR, Dookcase,
Ex.
title.
tension Table, Oak S
ho 1 :t viili Mirroi nItai hinent in
goo I cot ilitimi. i In- ip I.,' cash,
app'y in I'ribune < )ffice.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Wednesday Mar. 4th
Comedy Night
The Night fir a Good Laugh
HENRY MAYER-Cartoonist
THAT OTHER GIRL
BURGLARIZING BILLY
and the
HUMAN STATUE.
All Excellent 6d. <>d. is
W. \. M iTHER
UNDERTAKER
DES| \l Is in inform Ins f i.....Is
and the Public thai I e h m
' jnsi receh ed id.....' lulfil ( I
Fai lilies fa llie huisnens of an un-
det laker, l,ich pi n es him in a
pi i i urn to cai r\ "at Funei i is tint
maj
yN|"i
full) soliciis ii'cii piirnoage Citl
iv i'i ii < > h a hi d pmve Hiii (hew
nre ilie weiy bwi -i for die &r*t cl im
wot!.,
V )| I. li,
I ""HIS is to inform mv P itrl
I tin Public in GeiK
i hal I ii we npi 'i/ d my I'ul
Black S M ii i si'np; and am
rend) in do ai ylhinx in the lint
Geneial repair oi neu work
eing ^iimi illy \ll work d
Mei haiocaIIv.
P \. I'luvler,
t.v -r.i I a fvVharfl
W
' III listed to his Caie well
n an I h'-p iii li : a id res|>ect

Lumber & Shing-les.
a aigo from
i" i sclnfouei
I'si received
Jacksonville
"Louise i '
11, i \ x io oid i .>, 30 ft. lengths
and as 1 in) uthei size* ,,f hunhei
required.
Prices in suit <\ < v body.
jj 1,000 Shingles in stock, 24s,
per 1 lionsmd and upward,
1 H VS l KELLY & HRO.
Bieyeles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
Shingles
Besl Mo, 1 Heart 5in. Cypress
Shingles ;ii I j.6o per Ihou-
sand of jo bundles
I i 1 LtntS oil hits of "V 'I
Rl MKMB'.R!
No home w vs. or cn be com
plete v thoul "Music"
ii' 11 ',' 1 line of I III
1 irnde Piamw, I'laver
an -. Piano I>. gnim, and' Ri
Oi j in- .1.1 1 I 11 every li"i)|
1 1.11 : 1 si catalogi
ami el us si I on 1 these insi,
1 '- rloeei fn.m factory to yc
home I 1 30 days trial, Absolute!
I WEE fin ';, us,. fnr ^,,ii|
s.df.( in insl/11 in 1, and lernis a
Hi.- Deal in Hie World,
VIII-. RISIX'G STAR
Dillei Streel
w. p. \v. & t ;
i
1.
, - 1 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5tn. Cypress at ^6.72 pi r
thousand of 30 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
'FUS SELL'S
coMirmsf,
ILK
M
Ft/SSELLflrC^j
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