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gbe g cttmne Thursday. March 5. 1914 The House of Commons has passed by a substantial majority a bill providing that luture beneral Elections are to be one day affairs. I here is a good deal to be said in favour of such measure, but one wonders how the Lords will like it. It has always been noticed that when quail, my Lords." No, let Lord Curzonand his friends net back to uower, and the rest of Ireland will as before, he easily kept in its pla&e. It is only Ulster that must not be coercod. "Don't hound on Ulster," was Lord Mac Donnell's warning. He backed it with a remarkable series of figures bearing on the question of the alleged intolerance of the a |Catholics. Take Catholic Ire-1 land first. The first column shows the percentage of Protes tant population, the second percentage of Promblic position Percentage. Pop. App'tmnts. Kings County 11 \,S Meath g 21 Similar figures were given fur Edward L. Koons ; Capt and in Nassau, We are the hack Mrs C. c. Oakes; Messrs A. jbone of the Metropolis, Nfttice Merryweather, J B. York.O. H. our esteemed Representative Sommers, and James Ferguson, i W. C B. Johnson, K*q., 'the Mrs Clementina North; Messrs] Father of the House of AssemThos Cartsviight, Edwin Hepbly" and its Deputy Speaker, the elections are .bagged nut I showst-he'i over many days, as they have testantS in I hitherto been, the results of the lust day's.poll materially affect the total poll. For instance ii a party starts to lose seats on the first day, they continue to do so to the end of the chapter. From| a number of districtsT and' 'all this it would seem that the country is influenced to a large extent by the way the elections are going, and the pendulum swings in accord with the tendency of the iirst day's poll. Holding all the elections on the showed the Protestant appointments are far ia excess of the Protestant population. Now take Ulster. Percentage of Catholics. POD. Anii'iiii! is Antnm I'\ rone Mere the same day will alter all this, and Armaiih we cannot help thinking that all things considered this will be a change lor the betier. But the bill will certainly limit the chances of plural voting. Under present conditions ;t is nowadays quite easy toiecord a vote in (say) Scotland one day, Wales the next, and the other side of England the next. The modern facilities lor travelling and quick transit have made this possible, and as inanv of the wealthy property owners hold property in different parts of the United Kingdom, they find it easy to get as many as hall a-dozen votes recorded in one General Election. We have even beard ol complaisant officials who have deliberately arand'otrier firetdass reels. JI. .s -I i appointments of Catholics are far below the per centage ol populations -an mi DOrtaOt fact ill view ol the charges of religious intolerance. J The many friends of Mr. F. N. Martinez will be pleased to know that although he has been quite ill, he is now taking an after cure in a nursing home. Mr. Martinez is now almost well again, and expects to be able to take up his work in a CUUplfl ol weeks. The Imperial Theatre is giving this evening ar. Animated Weekly—one of the best yet burn, Joseph Thompson, and James Delancy. (35) • The Editor, The Tribune Sir, Your leader-writer of March 51 d. is clearly one of those per sons who will who is also Vice President <>f the Bank' of Nassau. Another woith noting is the I Ion. George I 11. Johnson. Harbour Islanders bold the leading positions in everything, and* yet \'a-s ill does not want to own it, but they n >t recognise can only act this way in the that the majontv of the public! dark, not in the light. There is elementary schools all over (lie i a certain class in Nassau who Country districts of England would crush us if th?y could, were built by the Church. The I bat we are too (ar ahead for Church did its best to educate them to do that. I hope that the children of poor parents 301 vhen a n w lope Com uissi MI r tue cniiurenoi poor parents 30 when a new UoUMHSSioner is t 1 p> years before the Govern{selected to take the place of our ment cid anything for popular ,,re-ent esteemed one 1*. W. eduoation. ment (of Lately the Governp Armbrister, which the Country Es |. I w I lose nearmg departure we regret) Louncito are part, ) has been!,| ia |, e w j|| \ i{ a worthy succesbuilding schools which are altogether excellent. The money i,.,,, ias been chiefly paid by s 11 to the one who is about to use< Churchmen because they pas more rates and taxes in England than all the non conformists pni together. The working of t II' Act of 190a has proved 1 M from unjust and apart from po litical wire pulling has cans-. to my knowledge very little | Schoolroom on Thursday evencomplaint. In referring to p ib fog, f,, r the p rpose 1 f raising Youi truly. HARBOUR ISLANDER. and ,'iou 1 of it. II irbour Island. Fe unary JO, 1^1.) There was a small Bazaar held here in the >. John Parish ranged matters so that their f wealthy friends might avail The Mail Steamer "Vigilanthemselves of these opportune cia" arrived in New York at 1 ties. It seems to us, therefore, p.m. yesterday (Wednesday). that it is quite on the cards thai — the Lords may wreck tins mea 1 The Mail Steamer "Miami" sure, but even so the Govern' arrived from Miami at 5. 45 this ment still have a rod in-pickle morniiig with the following in the Plural Voting Bill. The I passengers and steamed for Miadebate in the House of Lords on I mi at 11.45 today. the Home Rule bill, was typical of that impartial and unbiassed assembly. I!y a majori ty ol 188 they decided in favour of a General Election. I.ord Cui/on, while denouncing the policy of coercing Ulster admitted th.it if I loine Rule wej defeated there would be "aux ious, troubled, and stormy times" But, said he "we do not Mis-.es G J. Jaeger. Dorothy Koons, K. Montell, Louisa Koons, and C. P. Thompson; Mesdamei A. Jaeger, A. M. Finch. R. Carver. M. M Wil son, and T. F. U. Learv; Mr an I Mis Henry Muhlliatner, Mr and Mrs F. M. Curtain, Mr and Mrs A C. Brokau, Mr and Mrs E. J. Fellows. Mrs G. L. Cabot, Mr and Mrs P. Wheeler, Mr and Mrs lie education in England in future please remember these ia %  • --(1.1 that the scl: Ki'S in dis pute were built by Churchmen on Church-Ian Is for Church children and that other children were allowed to come. {A.) that these are now maintained by public money and .ire under public control, and also that the greater part t think that I hold ,1 briel h.r \\\-. Con. servative party. I think that the polntical parties ( with the ex ceptiou, at present, nf tin\_ ( hour Party ) are all equally rotten. 1 write because I will no. allow any attack on IheChurch to which I have the honour to belong, to go unchallenged. Yours faithfully, WILFRED STANHOPE LOVELL Ilarbout Island. Febi uary 21st 19 :. Dear Mr. Editor: I am proud to be a I larbo II Islander I have good reason to be proud when I think of the many Commissioners seat out from here : then there are Doctors, Lawyers, Schoolmasters, Politicians, Merchants here ami funds f >r the purchase of a few things urgently needed for the Church. The net | r icerds amounted to £$. 5 7c!. which was far mot''' than we expected Muchcredit is due to Mrs. Armbrister, and otiicr lades connected with the Church for the I epdnterest they tool-, in tins work. C\BLF.CRAM\ London, .'. -Mrs. I) i< re-Fox at the weekly sulfragette meeting 111 London ti< day announced HI. a Mrs. Pankhurst's letter asking King George to re1 ei\ e ,1 deputation representing tin' womens social and political union has been placed in the hands of his majesty's private secretary. No answer ILK been received, and it might be necessary to send another letter. "I want to sav." she added. "That should such a thing happen as that Ins majesty is unwise enough to refuse Mrs. Pankhurst and the deputation, they will go in any case. Mis. Pankhurst has made up her mind." mmm 1 A



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'. IT London,2 .—Tom Mann, the Euglisli labour leader, who lias l*en at the nead of many strike n>>veaienls, is to sail (or South Africa next Saturday in order to olganize labour agitation there in relation t ) tl.e expulsion of thr Soutli African labour lead ere. [Londo i. -TheJBritr9h gov eminent would be ready to enter into any agieement for the limitation of tin. dimensions of warships if it rould l>e arranged, Mtiording to Winston spencer Qiurclnll, !' nst Lord of the Admiralty. Ue; 1 \ i n,_; to a question |n|t t'i him to-day in the house nrroinai'in-. concerning a state mem made by Admiral \ on Tirpitz, the Herman Minister of Marine, t i I he eff %  < t that Gei> many would welcome a general reduction in the displacement ofwarships, Mr. Churchill made this statement. — London, 2. I'.a 1 Roberts, Vjsrount Milner. Lord Balfour, Itodvard Kipplin", Prof. Dicey, Sir Win. Ramsay, and ascore of oier prominent men yesterday lAed an ap ical to their fellow o^urymen to follow their ex ^m ;nii;^ a declaration, H milder in form than the Her Covenant, but by which uR hold themselves justified in Mk I ish Home Rule Bill tJHmeslaw with out first being srabitted to the judgement* of tilfiatiou. "In taking or supporliA any action that may be effctive in preventing it from ban;,' put in operation." i regard to Premier Ascjuithi nise to intro luce the Irish le Rule Bill I ir the last time a statement of what c >. ions the government is in ctined to make to Ulster, the Daily Chronicle says the cabinet will not oil sent to the dismemberment of Ireland, but will propose th it education and license remain under imperial control, as'ilready provided for in the i abe of the police, for a period o feix years. London, a.— On* of the greate-t demonstrations m the history of orfaiuzed labour was held in lljl'Park yesterday afternoon, w l ,r Id w irln t •a fifty thousand sympathirallied in support 01 the labour k leaders deported South Africa, while the Ely curious swelled the rd to more than 100,000. srhmenting upon the de ntration the Daily News says "ft is certain that none of the political parties has any ide s of tlie storm brewing. Thisis lioi ordinary agitation. What the man in the i rowd feel is that in their dealings with the deported nine. General Saints and his colleagues struck a blow, not at trades unionism only, but at the very heart of civilized democracy." BY RADIO. Washington, 4.--John Dassett Moore Counsellor to the State Department tendered Ins resignation tod ly. Garden City, N. Y, 4.--John C. Stuart, President and General Manager of the Erie Railroad died here today. Berlin. 4.—Cardinal George Kopp, the highest Roman Catholic I'relate in Germany died tod iv. St. Petersburg, 4. -A foreman of the ShropueTtube factory of the PutilolT armament works to, day killed Captain Von Stahl chief'of the works. The man then committed sun ide b\ throwing himself into the machinery. New York, 4.—Sir Lionel Carden, British Minister toMexi co, sailed for England today aboard the Olympic. lie will far with Ins government concerning Mexican affairs. Louisberg, N. S, 4.—The steamship Basio'gton long over due h re is reported frozen in the ice oil the southern coast r>l Cape Breton. The plight of this vessel was revealed when four of the crew wire picked up on id %  ice, nearly frozen, New York, 4.—Four burglars wen arrested early this morning after a despei ite revblvei battle with detei lives In a Bowery jewelry store. The detec tives surprised the men at work upon the safe of the jeweler containing about fifty thousand dollars worth of goodr. The po. lice and burglars exchanged (about thirty shots but all of them went wild. Washington, 4.—Senator [Lodge today introduced a bill to make Colonel (ioUhals a Major General and also to give him the thanks of congress for Ins work on the Panama Canal. Paris, 4. -The operation of separation was performed today on Madelline Suzanne, Siamese j Twins, who weie born November 28th IUIj. They were joined in the region of the stomach, but the juncture 1 WM superficial. rRACES HOBBY HORSE HALL 3 P. M. FRIDAYoth MARCH roi 4 1st Race.—Mr. Elijah Smith's "Victoria," Blue and WhiteMr. Brown's "Blanco." Blue 2nd Race.—Sewell Brown's "Fannie Brown," Blue—Mr. James Kelly's "Jane," l\ed. 3rd Race. -Mr. James N. Bethel's ponyBlue and Red. —Mr. R. Perpall's pony. Mule Race.—Mr.James Perpall's mule and Mr. Samuel G. Ferguson's "Taylor"—Red Donkey Race.—Mr. John Astwood's, and Mr. James. A. Bartlett's "Mary Bartlett." JUDGES Messrs R. C. Crawford, A. A. Graham, and Leon W Young. Starter, Mr W P Adderley. Clerk of the Course. -Mr James Perpall. GOVERNMENT NOTICE No. 31 4 March 1914. H IS Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified that owing to the conditions which prevail in the Republic of Liberia, it is very undesirable that labourers who are British subjects, should be attracted to service in that Country. Once in that Country such labourers are liable to be retained under the provisions of the local Law, and Emigration to Liberia is accordingly discouraged. Bv Command W. rfART-BNNETT Colonial Secretary M. P. 289/14. IMPERIAL THEATRE Thursday Mar. 5th NKW REELS ANIMATED WEEKLY HEROIC HAROLD Prices of Admissian (4 Reelsl 6d. od. is. • FOUND. FOUND adrift in harbour on the morning of a8th February— An open Boat —10 feet keel. Owner may have same by proving property and paying expenses. Apply on board steam tender "Auxihar" ANNA E.RAE Proprietress Of The Vogue, "Au Bon Marc he Stores" and Bijou A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM L ADIES Dress Goods, in Lustres, Serges, Ratines white and Coloured Cordings, Crepes, Crepons, Marquisettes, Bengalines, Landsdownes, Spot-Muslins, Embroidered Muslin^, Velvets, Embroidered Batistes, Tussore Suitings, Embroidery Flouncings, Overall Embroidery and Overall Lace. Laces and Insertions, Ribbons plain and fancy Latest Style Belts Lace Collars, Embroidery Collars. Ladies White, Black, Pink, Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey Silk Stockings Men's White, Black, Grey Navy Bine, Alice Blue, Helio, and Green Silk Socks with Silk Ties to match Silk Shirts. Pyjamas Ladies Superfine Silk Parasols, Silk Evening Scarves, Beautiful Handbags Handsome Japanese Gocds Genuine Irish Linens of. all kinds. R E A L Bargains AGAIN IN BOOTS AND SHOES. W ILLIAMS THE SIIOEMAN Has just received a large consignment of Boots and Shoes most of which are SAMPLE LOTS al 1, 2 and 3 pairs of a brand and style in all sizes Which are being sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAP: In many instances the discount is not less than ?.o per cent on the REGULAR PRICES Call to day and convince your self that this is another lot of those Exceptional Bargains which is every now and then offered .'it • WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE AN'I) RETAIL SHOE BSTABUSHMfcNtjj. %  • ,. \ 277 179, Bay-stteet, < '.



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1 f THE AGILITY and prodigious leaping powers of the KANGAROO are tamed all the world over. Its agility, however, is excelled by the ease and quickness with which SUNLIGHT SOAP expels dirt from the clothes in the wash. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys well-earned and worldwide distinction as a Soap of* t IK firstquality. Its reputation is maintained hv the /,'rooo Guarantee of" Purity given with every bar, and bv the good report of" millions of housewives who use it daily. WHY NOT TRY II. efficiency when unhampered by Social or commercial discrimination. Many of his faults are the products of generations of legal inferiority which have sapped his confidence and stifled his ambi lion. lackson was bom in 1891, the son of hard-working parents, at Knglewood, N. J. He worked his way through school and through Harvard to the proud and wellmeiitcd distinction conferred on him by his white classmates. Beginning as a newspaper boy, he has been, in the intervals of studious concentration, a chauffeur, Stoker, waitei and tutor. He is by no means the first of his race to graduate with distinction from rortbern universities, but the ex optional honor bestowed on him marks him as an all round good Wain, NOTICE. T HE undersigned beg to inform hil friends and patrons that he has removed his business from Duk> St. under the Office of Mr. I\ II. Sawyer andCo, where a fust 'hiss grocery business will be conucterl. This being central will enable all order! to be executed promptly. Phone orders will rern\e prompt attention and delivery el guilds made at once. I he p itron.ige of all is solicited. Phone 38. ED. SAUNDERS. FOR SALE TXTAROROBE, Bookcase, Ei. IT tension Table, Oak Side* board with Mirror attachment in good condition. Cbtap for cash, apply to Tribune Office. Lumber & Shingles. fUST received a Cargo from I Jacksonville per schooner '"Louise F." I 1 ,. i£x to and 12, 30 ft. lengths and also any other sizes of lumber required. Prices to suit every body, 950,000 Shingles in stock. 24s per thousand and upward CHAS.J. KELLY & PRO. Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. Gasoline i*TANDARD Oil Cos Motor v3 Spirits sold in quantities of 5 gallons ami upward for one shilling per gallon at Garage, Bring a Vessel for small quantities. Drums may be had with "drum lots,' subject to return when empty Reo the Fifth t are sold at $1175. leu 10 per cent discount f. 11, l>. factory, Reo Cars also for I lire. Bicycles rented for 108. a week. Automobile and bicycle supplies kept in stock. Cylinder oil and Auto Grease a specialty, Can even sell you a eery convenient storage drum with faucil to keep gasoline. Coma and see them. Apply to J. P. SIMMS, 47 Market Street. "NEW NATIONAL" "IDEALHAND MACHINES NEW HOME" A "RUBY" FOOT MACHINES FOR SALE BY CHAS. £, ALBURYW l. would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on a.ml an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. VVe guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana am! Smnatr? Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premise-, by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseurs, J. L SAUNDERS & Co. Bay-Street, W. A. MATHER UNDERrAKER D ESIRES in inform ins friends and the Public lh.it I e has I jusi received a complete outfit of facilities for the buisness of an undertaker, which places him in a posit to carry nut Funerals that oiav beentiusied to his care with system and despatch ; and respect Ifully solicits then patronage 'let my Puces n si nici prove that they are the very lowest for the first class work. Shingles \' isl No. 1 II-Mil ,111. Cypress Shingles at $9.60 per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on l< >ts of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades *also 5in. Cypress at $6.72 \\ thousand of u<> bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. NOTICE. r lllS is to inform my Patrons and the Public to General that I haVI opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line of General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work done Mechanica I ly. P A riuvler, Bay St ret t. East rWharf* R.CMEMBCR.I No home WN. or ci\n be com plele without "Music" W E 're offering a line of High Grade Pianos, Player Pianos, Piam. Oigans, and Reed Organs suitable for every home. Come ami see our latest catalogue and let us sand one ol these instiu* ments diiei 1 from factor) to youi home fur 30days trial, Absolutely FREE for asking.Chuose foi your self.Oui instrun ei.ts and terms an the Best in the World THE RISING STAR billet Street' W. P, W. &• Co. .Il" 1 qi'PUSSELL'S CONDE i S t O M ILK HJLB. I!l '!M'I IY { mgavi $ SPARED Y Fl/SSELL6rC?^ ••



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O CD W Nvillivjs MI.IK ins |urnre in verba mfvy,istrl. Being bound to iwe&r to the Do|mais >f no Me-ster. VOL. XI. Nivssavj. N. P.. Biliamfts. Friday. Ma.rch b. 1914 No. 70 LEON E H DUPl'CH. UITOB AN i' I'liiipmi i R OKKIO %  j8 44 MARKET STREET \.iau N. P., BAHAMA*. .•. 11. Boi I Pi BLISHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday ani Friday— ~ingle copj ... • ... S'' Tuesday, rhurtday and Saturday— •ingle eopi • % %  id Weekly 4 i'> Moothl) •* 4 1 'Quarterly 4*' Half Yearl ... H ^ Vrat.v ... i'"PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Advertising Rater Six pence per line foi first insertion ; three ; ence pet line f,,i second insertion; aod one penny 111 i me f.n subsequent insertions. Advertisements undei eight lines ,,s. We note with satisfaction the new benches on (lie sea wall and the esplanade. We again express the hope that any person, W!KHOever, found in any way damaging these seats will be punished to the full >'.\if HI of tlie law. j* A portion of 'lie city was in darkness last night until 9 o'clock owing to a break down of some son 111 ilie Power house. The House ol Assembly had no light until 9 o'clock, until then light was obtained from candles stuck on the tallies. The Imperial is giving a first class enteiiainment this evening, which is well worth the slight advance m prue. Synopsis follow ; "SONOF A SOLDIER" There is a lot of good acting and some elaborate costuming in this three-reel offering. It follows,so far as we un lerstand,ihe lives 01 members <>( the Primrose family, from 177(1 down to 1912 War scenei see given in Revolutionary and Civil \Y..r iimes and later there are in agicary scenes from g \v,-, r between J.i|i.n .mil America, Washington and Lincoln ate impersonated and later lied TruesdaleAppears as Wilson, win.m he resembles Strongly, J* The Motor "Frances E" arrived from Miami yesterday with iumber, shingles and g isoline, anJ 18 paslengsri ai> follows.— Miss I.ettice Albury ; Mesdames Mainia Albury, Gladys Knowles, and Louisa Thompson; Messrs Hewitt Albury, Joseph Rigbv, Alex Ham, William Russel, Samuel Rahming, Nathaniel Musgrove, John Pratt, Ezekiel Strnchao, Wil Ii'iin Knowles, Eldridge Brown, Cnspm Cooper, Henry Curry, Wil liani Turner, and losenh kolle (18) IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT Febv. 16. —Jos. Deveaux—Drunk and using profane language in street— I0s. or 8 days. Sarah Miller—Counselling and procuring Jacob Miller (her son) to assault and beat one llartman Brice—5s. and ^s. 6d. costs or 8 days, 17—Henry Knowles—J offencpsagainst the cab act —Fined tas. 6d, for each olleii'e. In default 8 days ha each. Henry Armbrister—Illtreating a horse by working same in a waggon w bile suffering from sores and being in sn emaciated condition— £ 1 or 1 month, Theophilua Ellis—Assaulting and beating William Duncombe—1 month. 18—Edward Campbell—Assaulting and beating Jos. Higgs— £1 or 14 days. lacob Minnis—Breach street traffic rules—5s. or 4 days. Peter Brown —Drunk in street — 5.. or 4 days. 19 —Annie Deveaux and Martha Butler—Quarrelling within hearing of persons in street —5s. or 4 days and iosnr8dayj respectively. Samuel Ferguson—Breach Street Traffic Rules its. or 14 d tys Peter Brown. Isaac Brown, Reginald Perpall, and John Fulford Fighting in Street, Brown dismissed ; The others were Fined 8s. each, In default of payment each 7 days imprisonment. Rota Strnchao Assaulting and beating Cec lia Sweeting 12s. and 4s. 6d. costs or 14 days. Eliza Evans Using language in street towards Priscilla Evans lending dtC. 8s. ami 1> COStS or Bdays. ao—Win. Wecch Drunk and using profane language 111 street 10s. or Bdays, Wrn. Dunsliee Assaultiag mid beating Nina Dunshee (his wife) Fined £1 and 3s, 6d. or 14 days. 21 Norman Rahming, A Post Letter the property of the Post Master General from the Post Office at Nassau on 21st Inst. feloniously did steal take and carry awa.y Remanded till Wednesday 25th Inst. for investigation. Edwin Davis, Larceny of a quantity of sugar cane, value 8s., growing on land of London Humes, situate at'Seven Hills,' feloniously did steal take and carry away Remanded till 24th inst. James Johnson. 1 Larceny of 1 panama hat, 1 pair trousers, 2 shirts, all of the value of £1 Gs, goods and chattels of Charles Roberts. 3 months, 2. Larceny of 1 pair shoes, value 12s., goods and chattels of Chena Roberts. 3 months, to commence at expiration of previous sentence. BY RADIO. Washington, 5.—President Wilson appeared before congress today and in a brief address asked the legislators to repeal the section of the Panama Canal Bill which exempts American coastwise vessels from tolls. "I a>k this lepeal of you, in support of the foreign policv of the government," said tha president in the concluding paragraph of his address. "I should not know how to deal with other matters of even greater importance and nearer consequence if you do not grant it to me." Vienna, 5—17 soldiers were killed during drill by an avalanche from a mountain side today. Plymouth, 5 —The cruiser Fifth today anchored over the spot where the lost submarine A. 7. is believed to be buried in the sand, and funeral services ol the Anglican Church were readfor the II men who lost their lives. Similar services were conducted in thenavy barracks at Key ham. Naples, s.—Two eminent Italian physiologists are to examine Porter Chaileton the young American awaiting trial for the murder of his wife at Lake Como. The



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^^H J alienists will (jive an opinion of Chnrletons mental state at the time lie killed Ins wife, London, 5.—August in Rirrell intioduced the Irisli Home Rule Bill ir the home, of commons today, for the first reading. Buenos Ay res, 5.—Reports re. ceived here today say that a state of seige lias been proclaimed at Rio Janeiro and that a stiict censorship hs been put on cable fr/ams, It is believed here that a serious revolt has broken out there. New York, 5, — Storm warnings have been received here stating that there is a disturbance over Alabama moving northward, which will increase in intensity. High easterly winds are looked for tonight, Vienna, 5.—The lower house of parliament whose sessions had been suspended since Januaiv 30th owing to violent obstructions, re-assembled today but was again suspended by the speaker owing to 3 tumult raised by the opposition. Tl e trouble arises over the governments attitude toward Trench and German Officials in Bohemia. Washington, 5 —President Wilson today selected for appointment as postmaster of Brooklyn Win I Kelly, president of the letter-carriers association. El Paso, Texas, 5.—Investigation into the Win S. Benton the British subject and the disappear ance of Gustav Bauch the (iermanAmencan was begun today at Juarez by I he Mexican commission appointed b\ General Carranka chief of the constitutionalists. FOUND. FOUXD adrift in harbour on the morning of 28th February— An open Boat —10 feet keel Owner may have same by proving property and paying expenses. Apply on board steam tender "Attxiliar" NO I ICE. T l IF. undersigned beg to inform lii friends and patrons that he has removed his business from Duke St. under the Office of Mr. R. II. Sawyer andCo, where a first class grocery business v\ ill be con. UCted, This bring cmtral will liable all orders to be executce promptly. Phone orders will rereive prompt attention and de livery id goods made at once. The patronage ol all is solicited. Phone 28. ED. SAUNDERS. "NEW N VTIONAI/'flt • DEAL" 1 HANI' MACHINES •NEW HOME" A "RUBY" FOOT MACHINES FOR SALE BY 1 CHAS. E, ALBURY. IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday Mar. 6th SPECIAL FEATURE NIGHT Sons of a Soldier (THREE REELS) A Woman's Folly HENRY MAYER' PEN TALKS 61. is. is. 3d. Lumber & Shingles. J UST received a Cargo from Jacksonville per schooner ''Louise P." i\, \\ x 10 and 12, 30 ft. lengths Land alfO any other Sices ol lumber w quired. Pi ices to suit everv body, 250,000 Shingles in stock. 24s per thousand and upward. CHAS.J. KELLY & BRO. FOR SALE VTfTARPROBE. Rookcase, Ex^ j tension Table, Oak Sideboard with Mirroi attachment in good condition. Cheap for cash, apply t' Tribune Office. Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. W l would ..iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on 1 .IHI an extensive Stock of UAVAN \ CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. Tin' success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseurs. J. L SAUNDERS ft Co. I'.,i\ -Street, Gasoline I^TANDARD () ii Co's Motor Jj Spirits sold in quantitiesof 5 gallons and up" aid for one shilling per gallon at (iarige. Bring a Ve>sel for small quantities. Drums may be had with "drum lots," subject to return when empty Pen the Fifth -Cars sold at si 175, less ic per cent discount f. o. b. factory. Ren Cars nlsn for Hire. Bic>cles rented for 10s. a week. Automobile and bicycle supplies kept :n stock. Cylinder oil and \uio 1 irease a specialty. Can even sell you a very convenient storage drum with taucil to keep gasoline, Come and see them. Apply to J. P. SIMMS, .17 Market Street. Nassau N P. Special Bargains "CALL EARLY 1 A RMOURS "Beet Star" HAMS Selling at 20CentS per lb Rone'ess ll-im at 30 cent per II; Bologna Sausage at 30 cent per n> AT THE ROYAL STORE. J. I.. SAUNDERS & Co T NOTICE. Il> is to inform my Patrons and til Public ill ( ienei a I W. A. MATHER UNDER r/AKER D ESIRES to inform Ins friends and the Public that le has just received a Complete Outfit of facilities for the huisn-ss of an undertaker, which pi ires III 1X1 in a position to carrj out Funerals that may be entrusted to Ins care willi system an I despatch ; and respect fully solicits theii patronage Get my Pi nes li'st ard piove that they are the very lowest for the first cl ISS work. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles at $9.60per thousand of 20 bundli s I liscounts on lots of ovet 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5111. Cypresi at $6.73 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a \< 1 v large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C. SAUNDERS. that I haV( opened my Public J Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do a ivthtng in the line of General repair or new work Horse Shoeing Spec ally, All work done Mecha 1, n a II v P A. riuyler, I'.av '•! re* I l'.;ist (Wharf' Rr.MF.MBr.R.! No home WAS. or can be com plete without "MWBIC" W l are offering a line ol 11 ign Grade Pianos, Player Pianos, Piano Oigans, And Reed Organs suitable f'>r every home. Come I and nee our latest catalogue and let us send oneol these instiunients illicit from factory to your home for 30 days trial. Absolutely FREE for asking.Chuose for your M If.Oin instruments and terms are the Best in the World. THE RISING STAR Dillet Street' W. I'. W. & Co. ' • Ftj SHELL'S MILK s ejLAiLp,,,"' -rip t



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Nullius ivji!if no Master. VOL. XI. Nauau, N. P., BaliMniis, Thursday. March 6. 1914 No. 69 LEON E H DUPPCH, : DITOI 1 vl) Paovaian a OPTIC* (8 ,, MARKET STREET \. %  .i N. I'., BAH MA*. i'. t". Bo* lea 00 0 A CO CD 1W u :> E *\ } < o S PUBLISHED DAILY. M mday, Ve loeaday and Friday— linglecopy jd luesday, Thursday and Saturday— •ingle copy ... %  •• id. tfeekh 4 ile, Williams, Evans, Anderson, Bowen, Adderley, J. R. C. Young, Arrnhrister. I'." V. Solomon, Moseley, L. W, Young, Allmry, Sawyer, I. Culmer, Pinder, lirice, Curry and K. Solomon. Mr. William*, fiom the (omnnttee appointed to cany ihe seven Votes of Indemnity passed the House to His Eioallency the Governor reported the deliver) tiieiei>f and that His Excellency thanked the House for passing them. Two Massage*, from 11 is Exccllency the Governor were pre* tented I y t lie Hon. )ai P, Sands ; No. i\ requesting a Vote of In deir mty F01 £45, half of theamount necessary for completing the im. provementl to Government House. No, ic), trantmitting a petition from the female clerks temporarily employed in the post office pray. ing that they may he placed on 'he permanent itafl and ih.it thairpr* lei 1 emoluments should be inj:reased. The Governor is of opinion that when such assistance it main* tamed over a year it cap h.uhlybe termed temporal*, and to do so is going beyond the intention of the Act. Ha therefore submit! the petition for the favourable and sympathetic contideiation of the House. Mr. Sawyer presented a petition from certain inhabitants of Palmetto Point praying for a separate polling division for that district. On motion of Mr. T, Culmer the petition of certain inhabitants of Bennett's Harbour for a grant for a road was referred to the following select committee: Messrs. T. Culmei, Sands and Evans. On motion of Mr. Albury the petition of certain inhabitants of Spanish Wells for an abutment was referred to the following select committee: Messrs. Albuiy Johnson, and Binder. On motion of Mr. Albury the petition of certain inhabitants of I he Bluff, Eleuthera, for a grant to complete a wharf was referred tO the same select committee. h was moved by Mr. Sands that the Bill to provide for and regulate the appointment of a Registrar (ieneral and for other purposes be lead a second time upon which it was moved as an amendment b) Mr. Weech that the Bill be read a second time this day six months. Aftera debate, the amendment w&s lost iheHouse dividing as follows: Yeas—for the amendment: Mi isrs. K. Solomon, F. V. SjJomor, J. R. C. Young, Williams, Cole, Armbristei, Turtle, Weech—8. Nays—Messrs. Curry, Brice, Pinder, I. Culmer, Sawyer, Alton y, L. W. Young, Moseley, Adderley, Bowen, Anderson, Evans, Johnson, Dr. Johnson, Gamblin, Sands—16. The Bill was therefore read a second time and committed. On motion of Mr. Sands the Bill to amend the law relating to the appointment of a Stipendiary and Circuit Magistrate and to the jurisdiction of Magistrates was read a second lime and committted On motion of Mr. K. Solomon the Bill to regulate and provide for the devolution of real estate on the death of the ownei threof Vtt iead a second time and committed. Mr. Sands from the committee to whom were refened His Excellency the Governor's Messages relative to personal allowances for Mr. T. K. I). Brace and Dr. J. |. Culmer, handed 111 the following Bills which were read a first time A Bill granting a personal allowance to Thomas Kvan Duggan Brace and a Bill granting a personal allowance to John James Culmer. In each case an allow, anceof £50 is recommended. The House adjourned until Thursday evening. Those fatuous persons who pro fess to believe that home rule for Ireland will be followed by some sort of persecution of the pretcstant minority would do well to turn to Dr. Johnson, who can usually be relied upon for a vigorous and wholesome opinion even upon the questions of to-day. He says; "The Irish are in a most unnatural state; for we see there the minority prevailing over the majoritythere is no instance, even in the ten persecutions.of such severities as the Protestant have exercised against the Catholic." Perhaps the Ulster Protestants are actually plagued by an uneasy conscience, and by a not unnatural dread lest they may fall into the pit that they themselves have so often digged for others. They may even be unable to believe that their own nttrrovi and shameful animosities are unrepresentative of the population of Ireland or that Ireland contains better men than themselves. COLORED STUDENT CHOSEN AS HARVARD CLASS ORATOR. The choice of a negro, Alexander I.. Jackson, for class orator at Harvard this year proves once more that the negro when given a fajr '•hance will show results that compare favourably with those of other races. The negro is severely handicapped iu biaeffort to achieve a recognized standing m the industrial, scientific, and artistic hie and work ol the world. In many part s of the country he is denied simple justice,although such splendid institutions as Tuakefaa nid Hampton amply demonstrate hia ability to acquire knowledge and (Continued on fourth page,) ata


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Nullius ivji!i Being bound to iwe&r to the Do|mas >f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nauau, N. P., BaliMniis, Thursday. March 6. 1914
No. 69
LEON E H DUPPCH,
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HON HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Tuesday Evening March 3.
I he I louse met :it 7. 30
Present: The Hon. Harcourt
Malcolm K. C Speaker, Mr. VV.
l.". B. Job Dion, Deputy Speaker, the
lions. las, I' Sanaa, G. II. Gam-
LI in, G. II. Johnson, Messrs, Weech
Turtle, C<>le, Williams, Evans,
Anderson, Bowen, Adderley, J. R.
C. Young, Arrnhrister. I'." V.
Solomon, Moseley, L. W, Young,
Allmry, Sawyer, I. Culmer, Pinder,
lirice, Curry and K. Solomon.
Mr. William*, fiom the (omnnttee
appointed to cany ihe seven Votes
of Indemnity passed the House to
His Eioallency the Governor re-
ported the deliver) tiieiei>f and
that His Excellency thanked the
House for passing them.
Two Massage*, from 11 is Ex-
ccllency the Governor were pre*
tented I y t lie Hon. )ai P, Sands ;
No. i\ requesting a Vote of In
deir mty F01 45, half of theamount
necessary for completing the im.
provementl to Government House.
No, ic), trantmitting a petition
from the female clerks temporarily
employed in the post office pray.
ing that they may he placed on 'he
permanent itafl and ih.it thairpr*
lei 1 emoluments should be inj:reas-
ed. The Governor is of opinion
that when such assistance it main*
tamed over a year it cap h.uhlybe
termed temporal*, and to do so is
going beyond the intention of the
Act. Ha therefore submit! the pe-
tition for the favourable and
sympathetic contideiation of the
House.
Mr. Sawyer presented a petition
from certain inhabitants of Pal-
metto Point praying for a separ-
ate polling division for that dis-
trict.
On motion of Mr. T, Culmer the
petition of certain inhabitants of
Bennett's Harbour for a grant for
a road was referred to the follow-
ing select committee: Messrs. T.
Culmei, Sands and Evans.
On motion of Mr. Albury the
petition of certain inhabitants of
Spanish Wells for an abutment
was referred to the following se-
lect committee: Messrs. Albuiy
Johnson, and Binder.
On motion of Mr. Albury the
petition of certain inhabitants of
I he Bluff, Eleuthera, for a grant
to complete a wharf was referred
tO the same select committee.
h was moved by Mr. Sands that
the Bill to provide for and regulate
the appointment of a Registrar
(ieneral and for other purposes be
lead a second time upon which it
was moved as an amendment b)
Mr. Weech that the Bill be read a
second time this day six months.
Aftera debate, the amendment w&s
lost iheHouse dividing as follows:
Yeasfor the amendment:
Mi isrs. K. Solomon, F. V. SjJomor,
J. R. C. Young, Williams, Cole,
Armbristei, Turtle, Weech8.
NaysMessrs. Curry, Brice,
Pinder, I. Culmer, Sawyer, Al-
ton y, L. W. Young, Moseley, Ad-
derley, Bowen, Anderson, Evans,
Johnson, Dr. Johnson, Gamblin,
Sands16.
The Bill was therefore read a
second time and committed.
On motion of Mr. Sands the
Bill to amend the law relating to
the appointment of a Stipendiary
and Circuit Magistrate and to the
jurisdiction of Magistrates was
read a second lime and committted
On motion of Mr. K. Solomon the
Bill to regulate and provide for
the devolution of real estate on the
death of the ownei threof Vtt iead
a second time and committed.
Mr. Sands from the committee
to whom were refened His Ex-
cellency the Governor's Messages
relative to personal allowances
for Mr. T. K. I). Brace and Dr. J.
|. Culmer, handed 111 the following
Bills which were read a first time
A Bill granting a personal allow-
ance to Thomas Kvan Duggan
Brace and a Bill granting a per-
sonal allowance to John James
Culmer. In each case an allow,
anceof 50 is recommended.
The House adjourned until
Thursday evening.
Those fatuous persons who pro
fess to believe that home rule
for Ireland will be followed by
some sort of persecution
of the pretcstant minority would
do well to turn to Dr. Johnson,
who can usually be relied upon
for a vigorous and wholesome
opinion even upon the questions
of to-day. He says; "The Irish
are in a most unnatural state;
for we see there the minority
prevailing over the majority-
there is no instance, even in the
ten persecutions.of such severi-
ties as the Protestant have exer-
cised against the Catholic."
Perhaps the Ulster Protestants
are actually plagued by an un-
easy conscience, and by a not
unnatural dread lest they may
fall into the pit that they them-
selves have so often digged for
others. They may even be un-
able to believe that their own
nttrrovi and shameful animosi-
ties are unrepresentative of the
population of Ireland or that
Ireland contains better men
than themselves.
COLORED STUDENT CHOSEN
AS HARVARD CLASS
ORATOR.
The choice of a negro, Alexander
I.. Jackson, for class orator at Har-
vard this year proves once more
that the negro when given a fajr
'hance will show results that com-
pare favourably with those of oth-
er races. The negro is severely
handicapped iu biaeffort to achieve
a recognized standing m the indus-
trial, scientific, and artistic hie
and work ol the world. In many
part s of the country he is denied
simple justice,although such splen-
did institutions as Tuakefaa nid
Hampton amply demonstrate hia
ability to acquire knowledge and
(Continued on fourth page,)
ata


gbe gcttmne
Thursday. March 5. 1914
The House of Commons has
passed by a substantial majority
a bill providing that luture
beneral Elections are to be one
day affairs. I here is a good deal
to be said in favour of such
measure, but one wonders how
the Lords will like it. It has al-
ways been noticed that when
quail, my Lords." No, let Lord
Curzonand his friends net back
to uower, and the rest of Ireland
will as before, he easily kept in
its pla&e. It is only Ulster that
must not be coercod. "Don't
hound on Ulster," was Lord Mac
Donnell's warning. He backed
it with a remarkable series of
figures bearing on the question
of the alleged intolerance of the
a|Catholics. Take Catholic Ire-1
land first. The first column
shows the percentage of Protes
tant population, the second
percentage of Pro-
mblic position
Percentage.
Pop. App'tmnts.
Kings County 11 \,S
Meath g 21
Similar figures were given fur
Edward L. Koons ; Capt and in Nassau, We are the hack
Mrs C. c. Oakes; Messrs A. jbone of the Metropolis, Nfttice
Merryweather, J B. York.O. H. our esteemed Representative
Sommers, and James Ferguson, i W. C B. Johnson, K*q., 'the
Mrs Clementina North; Messrs] Father of the House of Assem-
Thos Cartsviight, Edwin Hep- bly" and its Deputy Speaker,
the elections are .bagged nut I showst-he'i
over many days, as they have testantS in I
hitherto been, the results of the
lust day's.poll materially affect
the total poll. For instance ii a
party starts to lose seats on the
first day, they continue to do so
to the end of the chapter. From|a number of districtsT and' 'all
this it would seem that the
country is influenced to a large
extent by the way the elections
are going, and the pendulum
swings in accord with the ten-
dency of the iirst day's poll.
Holding all the elections on the
showed the Protestant appoint-
ments are far ia excess of the
Protestant population. Now
take Ulster.
Percentage of Catholics.
Pod. Anii'iiii!
is
Antnm
I'\ rone
Mere
the
same day will alter all this, and Armaiih
we cannot help thinking that
all things considered this
will be a change lor the betier.
But the bill will certainly limit
the chances of plural voting.
Under present conditions ;t is
nowadays quite easy toiecord a
vote in (say) Scotland one day,
Wales the next, and the other
side of England the next. The
modern facilities lor travelling
and quick transit have made
this possible, and as inanv of
the wealthy property owners
hold property in different parts
of the United Kingdom, they
find it easy to get as many as
hall a-dozen votes recorded in
one General Election. We have
even beard ol complaisant offi-
cials who have deliberately ar- and'otrier firetdass reels.
ji. .s
-I i "
appointments of
Catholics are far below the per
centage ol populations -an mi
DOrtaOt fact ill view ol the
charges of religious intolerance.
J
The many friends of Mr. F.
N. Martinez will be pleased to
know that although he has been
quite ill, he is now taking an
after cure in a nursing home.
Mr. Martinez is now almost
well again, and expects to be
able to take up his work in a
CUUplfl ol weeks.
The Imperial Theatre is giv-
ing this evening ar. Animated
Weeklyone of the best yet -
burn, Joseph Thompson, and
James Delancy. (35)
'
The Editor, The Tribune
Sir,
Your leader-writer of March
51 d. is clearly one of those per
sons who will
who is also Vice President <>f
the Bank' of Nassau. Another
woith noting is the I Ion. George
I 11. Johnson. Harbour Islanders
' bold the leading positions in
everything, and* yet \'a-s ill does
not want to own it, but they
n >t recognise can only act this way in the
that the majontv of the public! dark, not in the light. There is
elementary schools all over (lie i a certain class in Nassau who
Country districts of England would crush us if th?y could,
were built by the Church. The I bat we are too (ar ahead for
Church did its best to educate them to do that. I hope that
the children of poor parents 301 vhen a n w
lope
Com uissi mi r
tue cniiurenoi poor parents 30 when a new UoUMHSSioner is
t 1 p> years before the Govern- {selected to take the place of our
ment cid anything for popular ,,re-ent esteemed one 1*. W.
eduoation.
ment (of
Lately the Govern- p Armbrister,
which the Country
Es |. I w I lose
nearmg departure we regret)
Louncito are part, ) has been!,|ia, |,e wj|| \i{. a worthy succes-
building schools which are al-
together excellent. The money i,.,,,
ias been chiefly paid by
s 11 to the one who is about to
use<
Churchmen
because they pas
more rates and taxes in England
than all the non conformists
pni together. The working of
t ii' Act of 190a has proved 1 m
from unjust and apart from po
litical wire pulling has cans-.
to my knowledge very little | Schoolroom on Thursday even-
complaint. In referring to p ib fog, f,,r the p rpose 1 f raising
Youi truly.
. HARBOUR ISLANDER.
and ,'iou 1 of it.
II irbour Island.
Fe unary JO, 1^1.)
There was a small Bazaar held
here in the >. John Parish
ranged matters so that their f
wealthy friends might avail The Mail Steamer "Vigilan-
themselves of these opportune cia" arrived in New York at 1
ties. It seems to us, therefore, p.m. yesterday (Wednesday).
that it is quite on the cards thai ------
the Lords may wreck tins mea 1 The Mail Steamer "Miami"
sure, but even so the Govern- arrived from Miami at 5. 45 this
ment still have a rod in-pickle morniiig with the following
in the Plural Voting Bill. The I passengers and steamed for Mia-
debate in the House of Lords on I mi at 11.45 today.
the Home Rule bill, was typi-
cal of that impartial and un-
biassed assembly. I!y a majori
ty ol 188 they decided in favour
of a General Election. I.ord
Cui/on, while denouncing the
policy of coercing Ulster ad-
mitted th.it if I loine Rule wej
defeated there would be "aux
ious, troubled, and stormy
times" But, said he "we do not
Mis-.es G J. Jaeger. Dorothy
Koons, K. Montell, Louisa
Koons, and C. P. Thompson;
Mesdamei A. Jaeger, A. M.
Finch. R. Carver. M. M Wil
son, and T. F. U. Learv; Mr an I
Mis Henry Muhlliatner, Mr and
Mrs F. M. Curtain, Mr and Mrs
A C. Brokau, Mr and Mrs E. J.
Fellows. Mrs G. L. Cabot, Mr
and Mrs P. Wheeler, Mr and Mrs
lie education in England in fu-
ture please remember these ia
--(1.1 that the scl: Ki'S in dis
pute were built by Churchmen
on Church-Ian Is for Church
children and that other children
were allowed to come.
{a.) that these are now main-
tained by public money and .ire
under public control, and also
that the greater part he money is contributed by
Churchmen, Please do 11 >t think
that I hold ,1 briel h.r \\\-. Con.
servative party. I think that the
polntical parties ( with the ex
ceptiou, at present, nf tin- \_ (.
hour Party ) are all equally rot-
ten. 1 write because I will no.
allow any attack on IheChurch
to which I have the honour to
belong, to go unchallenged.
Yours faithfully,
WILFRED STANHOPE
LOVELL
Ilarbout Island.
Febi uary 21st 19 :.
Dear Mr. Editor:
, I am proud to be a I larbo II
Islander I have good reason to
be proud when I think of the
many Commissioners seat out
from here : then there are Doc-
tors, Lawyers, Schoolmasters,
Politicians, Merchants here ami
funds f >r the purchase of a few
things urgently needed for the
Church. The net | r icerds
amounted to $. 5 7c!. which
was far mot''' than we expected
Muchcredit is due to Mrs. Arm-
brister, and otiicr lades con-
nected with the Church for the
I epdnterest they tool-, in tins
work.
C\BLF.CRAM\
London, .'. -Mrs. I) i< re-Fox
at the weekly sulfragette meet-
ing 111 London ti< day announc-
ed hi.a Mrs. Pankhurst's
letter asking King George to re-
1 ei\ e ,1 deputation representing
tin' womens social and political
union has been placed in the
hands of his majesty's private
secretary.
No answer Ilk been received,
and it might be necessary to send
another letter.
"I want to sav." she added.
"That should such a thing
happen as that Ins majesty is
unwise enough to refuse Mrs.
Pankhurst and the deputation,
they will go in any case. Mis.
Pankhurst has made up her
mind."
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London,2 .Tom Mann, the
Euglisli labour leader, who lias
l*en at the nead of many strike
n>>veaienls, is to sail (or South
Africa next Saturday in order to
olganize labour agitation there
in relation t ) tl.e expulsion of
thr Soutli African labour lead
ere.
[Londo i. -TheJBritr9h gov
eminent would be ready to enter
into any agieement for the limi-
tation of tin. dimensions of war-
ships if it rould l>e arranged,
Mtiording to Winston spencer
Qiurclnll, !' nst Lord of the Ad-
miralty. Ue; 1 \ i n,_; to a question
|n|t t'i him to-day in the house
nrroinai'in-. concerning a state
mem made by Admiral \ on
Tirpitz, the Herman Minister of
Marine, t i I he eff < t that Gei- >
many would welcome a general
reduction in the displacement
ofwarships, Mr. Churchill made
this statement.

London, 2. I'.a 1 Roberts,
Vjsrount Milner. Lord Balfour,
Itodvard Kipplin", Prof. Dicey,
Sir Win. Ramsay, and ascore of
oier prominent men yesterday
lAed an ap ical to their fellow
o^urymen to follow their ex
^m ;nii;^ a declaration,
H milder in form than the
Her Covenant, but by which
uR hold themselves justified in
Mk I ish Home Rule Bill
tJHmeslaw with out first being
srabitted to the judgement* of
tilfiatiou. "In taking or suppor-
liA any action that may be
effctive in preventing it from
ban;,' put in operation."
i regard to Premier Ascjuithi
nise to intro luce the Irish
le Rule Bill I ir the last time
a statement of what c >.
ions the government is in
ctined to make to Ulster, the
Daily Chronicle says the cabinet
will not oil sent to the dismem-
berment of Ireland, but will pro-
pose th it education and license
remain under imperial control,
as'ilready provided for in the
i abe of the police, for a period
o feix years.
London, a. On* of the greate-t
demonstrations m the history of
orfaiuzed labour was held in
lljl'- Park yesterday afternoon,
w
l,r
Id
w
irln
t
a fifty thousand sympathi-
rallied in support 01 the
labour kleaders deported
South Africa, while the
Ely curious swelled the
rd to more than 100,000.
srhmenting upon the de
ntration the Daily News
says "ft is certain that none of
the political parties has any ide s
of tlie storm brewing. Thisis lioi
ordinary agitation. What the
man in the i rowd feel is that in
their dealings with the deported
nine. General Saints and his col-
leagues struck a blow, not at
trades unionism only, but at the
very heart of civilized demo-
cracy."
BY RADIO.
Washington, 4.--John Das-
sett Moore Counsellor to the
State Department tendered Ins
resignation tod ly.
Garden City, N. Y, 4.--John
C. Stuart, President and Gener-
al Manager of the Erie Railroad
died here today.
Berlin. 4.Cardinal George
Kopp, the highest Roman Cath-
olic I'relate in Germany died
tod iv.
St. Petersburg, 4. -A foreman
of the ShropueTtube factory of
the PutilolT armament works to,
day killed Captain Von Stahl
chief'of the works. The man
then committed sun ide b\
throwing himself into the ma-
chinery.
New York, 4.Sir Lionel
Carden, British Minister toMexi
co, sailed for England today
aboard the Olympic. lie will
far with Ins government con-
cerning Mexican affairs.
Louisberg, N. S, 4.The
steamship Basio'gton long over
due h re is reported frozen in
the ice oil the southern coast r>l
Cape Breton. The plight of this
vessel was revealed when four
of the crew wire picked up on
id ice, nearly frozen,
New York, 4.Four burglars
wen arrested early this morn-
ing after a despei ite revblvei
battle with detei lives In a
Bowery jewelry store. The detec
tives surprised the men at work
upon the safe of the jeweler
containing about fifty thousand
dollars worth of goodr. The po.
lice and burglars exchanged
(about thirty shots but all of
them went wild.
Washington, 4.Senator
[Lodge today introduced a bill
to make Colonel (ioUhals a
Major General and also to give
him the thanks of congress for
Ins work on the Panama Canal.
Paris, 4. -The operation of
separation was performed today
! on Madelline Suzanne, Siamese
j Twins, who weie born Novem-
ber 28th IUIj.
They were joined in the region
of the stomach, but the juncture
1 WM superficial.
r-
RACES
HOBBY HORSE HALL
3 P. M.
FRIDAYoth MARCH roi4
1st Race.Mr. Elijah Smith's
"Victoria," Blue and White-
Mr. Brown's "Blanco." Blue
2nd Race.Sewell Brown's
"Fannie Brown," BlueMr.
James Kelly's "Jane," l\ed.
3rd Race. -Mr. James N.
Bethel's pony- Blue and Red.
Mr. R. Perpall's pony.
Mule Race.Mr.James Perpall's
mule and Mr. Samuel G. Fer-
guson's "Taylor"Red
Donkey Race.Mr. John Ast-
wood's, and Mr. James. A.
Bartlett's "Mary Bartlett."
JUDGES
Messrs R. C. Crawford, A. A.
Graham, and Leon W Young.
Starter, Mr W P Adderley.
Clerk of the Course. -Mr James
Perpall.
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
No. 31
4 March 1914.
HIS Excellency the Gover-
nor directs it to be notified
that owing to the conditions
which prevail in the Republic
of Liberia, it is very undesirable
that labourers who are British
subjects, should be attracted to
service in that Country. Once in
that Country such labourers are
liable to be retained under the
provisions of the local Law,
and Emigration to Liberia is
accordingly discouraged.
Bv Command
W. rfART-BNNETT
Colonial Secretary
M. P. 289/14.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Thursday Mar. 5th
NKW REELS
ANIMATED WEEKLY
HEROIC HAROLD
Prices of Admissian (4 Reelsl
6d. od. is.
FOUND.
FOUND adrift in harbour on
the morning of a8th February
An open Boat 10 feet keel.
Owner may have same by prov-
ing property and paying ex-
penses.
Apply on board steam tender
"Auxihar"
ANNA E.RAE
Proprietress Of
The Vogue,
"Au Bon Marc he Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
LADIES Dress Goods, in
Lustres, Serges, Ratines
white and Coloured Cor-
dings, Crepes, Crepons, Mar-
quisettes, Bengalines, Lands-
downes, Spot-Muslins, Em-
broidered Muslin^, Velvets,
Embroidered Batistes, Tus-
sore Suitings, Embroidery
Flouncings, Overall Embroi-
dery and Overall Lace.
Laces and Insertions, Rib-
bons plain and fancy Latest
Style Belts Lace Collars,
Embroidery Collars.
Ladies White, Black, Pink,
Blue, Heliotrope, and Grey
Silk Stockings
Men's White, Black, Grey
Navy Bine, Alice Blue, Helio,
and Green Silk Socks with
Silk Ties to match
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
Ladies Superfine Silk Para-
sols, Silk Evening Scarves,
Beautiful Handbags
Handsome Japanese Gocds
Genuine Irish Linens of. all
kinds.
R E A L
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLIAMS
THE SIIOEMAN
Has just received a
large consignment of
Boots and Shoes most
of which are
SAMPLE LOTS *
al 1, 2 and 3 pairs of a
brand and style in all sizes
Which are being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
In many instances the discount is
not less than
?.o per cent on the
REGULAR PRICES
Call to day and convince your
self that this is another lot of
those Exceptional Bargains .
which is every now and then
offered .'it
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE AN'I) RETAIL
SHOE BSTABUSHMfcNtjj. ,. \
277 179, Bay-stteet, < '.


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THE AGILITY
and prodigious leaping powers of the Kangaroo are
tamed all the world over. Its agility, however, is
excelled by the ease and quickness with which
Sunlight Soap expels dirt
from the clothes in the wash.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
enjoys well-earned and world-
wide distinction as a Soap of*
t Ik firstquality. Its reputation
is maintained hv the /,'rooo
Guarantee of" Purity given
with every bar, and bv the
good report of" millions of
housewives who use it daily.
WHY NOT TRY II.
efficiency when unhampered by
Social or commercial discrimina-
tion. Many of his faults are the
products of generations of legal in-
feriority which have sapped his
confidence and stifled his ambi
lion.
lackson was bom in 1891, the
son of hard-working parents, at
Knglewood, N. J. He worked his
way through school and through
Harvard to the proud and well-
meiitcd distinction conferred on
him by his white classmates. Be-
ginning as a newspaper boy, he
has been, in the intervals of stu-
dious concentration, a chauffeur,
Stoker, waitei and tutor. He is by
no means the first of his race to
graduate with distinction from
rortbern universities, but the ex
optional honor bestowed on him
marks him as an all round good
Wain,
NOTICE.
THE undersigned beg to inform
hil friends and patrons that
he has removed his business from
Duk> St. under the Office of Mr.
I\ II. Sawyer andCo, where a fust
'hiss grocery business will be con-
ucterl. This being central will
enable all order! to be executed
promptly. Phone orders will re-
rn\e prompt attention and de-
livery el guilds made at once.
I he p itron.ige of all is solicited.
Phone 38.
ED. SAUNDERS.
FOR SALE
TXTAROROBE, Bookcase, Ei.
IT tension Table, Oak Side*
board with Mirror attachment in
good condition. Cbtap for cash,
apply to Tribune Office.
Lumber & Shingles.
fUST received a Cargo from
I Jacksonville per schooner
'"Louise F."
I1,. ix to and 12, 30 ft. lengths
and also any other sizes of lumber
required.
Prices to suit every body,
950,000 Shingles in stock. 24s
per thousand and upward
CHAS.J. KELLY & PRO.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
Gasoline
i*TANDARD Oil Cos Motor
v3 Spirits sold in quantities of 5
gallons ami upward for one shilling
per gallon at Garage,
Bring a Vessel for small quanti-
ties.
Drums may be had with "drum
lots,' subject to return when empty
Reo the Fifth t are sold at
$1175. leu 10 per cent dis-
count f. 11, l>. factory,
Reo Cars also for I lire.
Bicycles rented for 108. a week.
Automobile and bicycle supplies
kept in stock. Cylinder oil and
Auto Grease a specialty,
Can even sell you a eery conve-
nient storage drum with faucil to
keep gasoline. Coma and see
them.
Apply to
J. P. SIMMS,
47 Market Street.
"NEW NATIONAL"
"IDEAL-
HAND MACHINES
NEW HOME" A "RUBY"
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE BY
CHAS. , ALBURY-
Wl. would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on a.ml an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. VVe
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana am! Smnatr?
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premise-, by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
. the patronage of connoiseurs,
J. L SAUNDERS & Co.
Bay-Street,
W. A. MATHER
UNDERrAKER
DESIRES in inform ins friends
and the Public lh.it I e has
I jusi received a complete outfit of
facilities for the buisness of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
posit..... to carry nut Funerals that
oiav beentiusied to his care with
system and despatch ; and respect
Ifully solicits then patronage 'let
my Puces n si nici prove that they
are the very lowest for the first class
work.
Shingles
\'isl No. 1 II-Mil ,111. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60 per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on l< >ts of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades *also
5in. Cypress at $6.72 \\
thousand of u<> bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
NOTICE.
rlllS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public to General
that I haVI opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line of
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanica I ly.
P A riuvler, .
______Bay St ret t. East rWharf*
R.CMEMBCR.I
No home wn. or ci\n be com
plele without "Music"
WE 're offering a line of High
Grade Pianos, Player Pi-
anos, Piam. Oigans, and Reed
Organs suitable for every home.
Come ami see our latest catalogue
and let us sand one ol these instiu*
ments diiei 1 from factor) to youi
home fur 30days trial, Absolutely
FREE for asking.Chuose foi your
self.Oui instrun ei.ts and terms an
the Best in the World
THE RISING STAR
billet Street'
______ W. P, W. & Co.
.Il"1
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CONDEiStO
M ILK
HJLB.
I!l '!M'I IY
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Nvillivjs mI.Ik ins |urnre in verba mfvy,istrl.
Being bound to iwe&r to the Do|mais >f no Me-ster.
VOL. XI.
Nivssavj. N. P.. Biliamfts. Friday. Ma.rch b. 1914
No. 70
LEON E H DUPl'CH.
UITOB an i' I'liiipmi" i R
OKKIO j8 44 MARKET STREET
\.i- au N. P., Bahama*.
.. 11. Boi I
Pi BLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday ani Friday
~ingle copj ... ... S''
Tuesday, rhurtday and Saturday
ingle eopi ..... id
Weekly .......4i'>
Moothl) ......* 41'-
Quarterly ...... 4*'
Half Yearl ... H^
Vrat.v ... i'"-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Rater Six pence per line
foi first insertion ; three ; ence pet line
f,,i second insertion; aod one penny 111
i me f.n subsequent insertions.
Advertisements undei eight lines ,,s.
We note with satisfaction the
new benches on (lie sea wall and
the esplanade. We again express
the hope that any person, w!kho-
ever, found in any way damaging
these seats will be punished to
the full >'.\if hi of tlie law.
j*
A portion of 'lie city was in
darkness last night until 9 o'clock
owing to a break down of some
son 111 ilie Power house.
The House ol Assembly had no
light until 9 o'clock, until then
light was obtained from candles
stuck on the tallies.
The Imperial is giving a first
class enteiiainment this evening,
which is well worth the slight ad-
vance m prue. Synopsis follow ;
"son- OF a SOLDIER"
There is a lot of good acting and
some elaborate costuming in this
three-reel offering. It follows,so far
as we un lerstand,ihe lives 01 mem-
bers <>( the Primrose family, from
177(1 down to 1912 War scenei see
given in Revolutionary and Civil
\Y..r iimes and later there are in -
agicary scenes from g \v,-,r between
J.i|i.n .mil America, Washington
and Lincoln ate impersonated and
later lied TruesdaleAppears as
Wilson, win.m he resembles
Strongly,
j*
The Motor "Frances E" arrived
from Miami yesterday with iumber,
shingles and g isoline, anJ 18 pas-
lengsri ai> follows.
Miss I.ettice Albury ; Mesdames
Mainia Albury, Gladys Knowles,
and Louisa Thompson; Messrs
Hewitt Albury, Joseph Rigbv, Alex
Ham, William Russel, Samuel
Rahming, Nathaniel Musgrove,
John Pratt, Ezekiel Strnchao, Wil
Ii'iin Knowles, Eldridge Brown,
Cnspm Cooper, Henry Curry, Wil
liani Turner, and losenh kolle (18)
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
Febv.
16. Jos. DeveauxDrunk and
using profane language in street
I0s. or 8 days.
Sarah MillerCounselling and
procuring Jacob Miller (her son) to
assault and beat one llartman
Brice5s. and ^s. 6d. costs or 8
days,
17Henry KnowlesJ offencps-
against the cab act Fined tas. 6d,
for each olleii'e. In default 8 days
ha each.
Henry ArmbristerIlltreating a
horse by working same in a wag-
gon w bile suffering from sores and
being in sn emaciated condition
1 or 1 month,
Theophilua EllisAssaulting and
beating William Duncombe1
month.
18Edward CampbellAssaul-
ting and beating Jos. Higgs1
or 14 days.
lacob MinnisBreach street
traffic rules5s. or 4 days.
Peter Brown Drunk in street
5.. or 4 days.
19 Annie Deveaux and Martha
ButlerQuarrelling within hear-
ing of persons in street 5s. or 4
days and iosnr8dayj respectively.
Samuel FergusonBreach Street
Traffic Rules its. or 14 d tys
Peter Brown. Isaac Brown, Re-
ginald Perpall, and John Fulford
Fighting in Street, Brown dis-
missed ; The others were Fined
8s. each, In default of payment
each 7 days imprisonment.
Rota Strnchao Assaulting and
beating Cec lia Sweeting 12s.
and 4s. 6d. costs or 14 days.
Eliza Evans Using language
in street towards Priscilla Evans
lending dtC. 8s. ami 1> COStS or
Bdays.
aoWin. Wecch Drunk and
using profane language 111 street
10s. or Bdays,
Wrn. Dunsliee Assaultiag mid
beating Nina Dunshee (his wife)
Fined 1 and 3s, 6d. or 14 days.
21 Norman Rahming, A Post
Letter the property of the Post
Master General from the Post Of-
fice at Nassau on 21st Inst. felon-
iously did steal take and carry
awa.y Remanded till Wednesday
25th Inst. for investigation.
Edwin Davis, Larceny of a
quantity of sugar cane, value 8s.,
growing on land of London Humes,
situate at'Seven Hills,' feloniously
did steal take and carry away
Remanded till 24th inst.
James Johnson. 1 Larceny of 1
panama hat, 1 pair trousers, 2
shirts, all of the value of 1 Gs,
goods and chattels of Charles Ro-
berts. 3 months,
2. Larceny of 1 pair shoes, value
12s., goods and chattels of Chena
Roberts. 3 months, to commence
at expiration of previous sentence.
BY RADIO.
Washington, 5.President Wil-
son appeared before congress to-
day and in a brief address asked
the legislators to repeal the section
of the Panama Canal Bill which
exempts American coastwise ves-
sels from tolls. "I a>k this lepeal
of you, in support of the foreign
policv of the government," said
tha president in the concluding pa-
ragraph of his address. "I should
not know how to deal with other
matters of even greater importance
and nearer consequence if you do
not grant it to me."
Vienna, 517 soldiers were kill-
ed during'drill by an avalanche
from a mountain side today.
Plymouth, 5 The cruiser Fifth
today anchored over the spot
where the lost submarine A. 7. is
believed to be buried in the sand,
and funeral services ol the Angli-
can Church were readfor the II
men who lost their lives. Similar
services were conducted in thenavy
barracks at Key ham.
Naples, s.Two eminent Ita-
lian physiologists are to examine
Porter Chaileton the young Ameri-
can awaiting trial for the murder
of his wife at Lake Como. The


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alienists will (jive an opinion of
Chnrletons mental state at the
time lie killed Ins wife,
London, 5.August in Rirrell in-
tioduced the Irisli Home Rule Bill
ir the home, of commons today,
for the first reading.
Buenos Ay res, 5.Reports re.
ceived here today say that a state
of seige lias been proclaimed at
Rio Janeiro and that a stiict cen-
sorship hs been put on cable
fr/ams, It is believed here that a
serious revolt has broken out there.
New York, 5, Storm warnings
have been received here stating
that there is a disturbance over
Alabama moving northward,
which will increase in intensity.
High easterly winds are looked for
tonight,
Vienna, 5.The lower house of
parliament whose sessions had
been suspended since Januaiv 30th
owing to violent obstructions,
re-assembled today but was again
suspended by the speaker owing to
3 tumult raised by the opposition.
Tl e trouble arises over the govern-
ments attitude toward Trench and
German Officials in Bohemia.
Washington, 5 President Wil-
son today selected for appointment
as postmaster of Brooklyn Win I .
Kelly, president of the letter-car-
riers association.
El Paso, Texas, 5.Investiga-
tion into the Win S. Benton the
British subject and the disappear
ance of Gustav Bauch the (ierman-
Amencan was begun today at
Juarez by I he Mexican commission
appointed b\ General Carranka
chief of the constitutionalists.
FOUND.
FOUXD adrift in harbour on
the morning of 28th February
An open Boat 10 feet keel
Owner may have same by prov-
ing property and paying ex-
penses.
Apply on board steam tender
"Attxiliar"
NO I ICE.
Tl IF. undersigned beg to inform
lii friends and patrons that
he has removed his business from
Duke St. under the Office of Mr.
R. II. Sawyer andCo, where a first
class grocery business v\ ill be con.
UCted, This bring cmtral will
liable all orders to be executce
promptly. Phone orders will re-
reive prompt attention and de
livery id goods made at once.
The patronage ol all is solicited.
Phone 28.
ED. SAUNDERS.
"NEW N VTIONAI/'flt
DEAL"
1
HANI' MACHINES
NEW HOME" A "RUBY"
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE BY
1
CHAS. E, ALBURY.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday Mar. 6th
SPECIAL FEATURE NIGHT
Sons of a Soldier
(THREE REELS)
A Woman's Folly
HENRY MAYER' PEN TALKS
61. is. is. 3d.
Lumber & Shingles.
JUST received a Cargo from
Jacksonville per schooner
''Louise P."
i\, \\ x 10 and 12, 30 ft. lengths
Land alfO any other Sices ol lumber
w quired.
Pi ices to suit everv body,
250,000 Shingles in stock. 24s
per thousand and upward.
, CHAS.J. KELLY & BRO.
FOR SALE
VTfTARPROBE. Rookcase, Ex-
^ j tension Table, Oak Side-
board with Mirroi attachment in
good condition. Cheap for cash,
apply t' Tribune Office.
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
Wl would ..iform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on 1 .ihI an extensive Stock of UAVAN \ CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
Tin' success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
J. L SAUNDERS ft Co.
I'.,i\ -Street,
Gasoline
I^TANDARD ()ii Co's Motor
Jj Spirits sold in quantities- of 5
gallons and up" aid for one shilling
per gallon at (iarige.
Bring a Ve>sel for small quanti-
ties.
Drums may be had with "drum
lots," subject to return when empty
Pen the Fifth -Cars sold at
si 175, less ic per cent dis-
count f. o. b. factory.
Ren Cars nlsn for Hire.
Bic>cles rented for 10s. a week.
Automobile and bicycle supplies
kept :n stock. Cylinder oil and
\uio 1 irease a specialty.
Can even sell you a very conve-
nient storage drum with taucil to
keep gasoline, Come and see
them.
Apply to
J. P. SIMMS,
.17 Market Street.
Nassau N P.
Special Bargains
"CALL EARLY1'
ARMOURS "Beet Star"
HAMS
Selling at 20CentS per lb
Rone'ess ll-im at 30 cent per II;
Bologna Sausage at 30 cent per n>
AT THE ROYAL STORE.
J. I.. SAUNDERS & Co
T
NOTICE.
Il> is to inform my Patrons
and til Public ill ( ienei a I
W. A. MATHER
UNDER r/AKER
DESIRES to inform Ins friends
and the Public that le has
just received a Complete Outfit of
facilities for the huisn-ss of an un-
dertaker, which pi ires III 1X1 in a
position to carrj out Funerals that
may be entrusted to Ins care willi
system an I despatch ; and respect
fully solicits theii patronage Get
my Pi nes li'st ard piove that they
are the very lowest for the first cl ISS
work.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60per thou-
sand of 20 bundli s
I liscounts on lots of ovet
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5111. Cypresi at $6.73 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a \< 1 v
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
that I haV( opened my Public J
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do a ivthtng in the line of
General repair or new work Horse
Shoeing Spec ally, All work done
Mecha 1, n a II v
P A. riuyler,
I'.av '! re* I l'.;ist (Wharf'
Rr.MF.MBr.R.!
No home was. or can be com
plete without "MwbIc"
Wl are offering a line ol 11 ign
Grade Pianos, Player Pi-
anos, Piano Oigans, And Reed
Organs suitable f'>r every home.
Come I and nee our latest catalogue
and let us send oneol these instiu-
nients illicit from factory to your
home for 30 days trial. Absolutely
FREE for asking.Chuose for your
m If.Oin instruments and terms are
the Best in the World.
THE RISING STAR
Dillet Street'
W. I'. W. & Co.
'
Ftj SHELL'S
MILK
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