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\< CD IP H > 3 cr CD 0)' o CD CO Nul HIaddii Ins (virare in verba maijistriS B ing bound lo swear lo the Dogmas if no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Thursday. April Ifr. 1914 No. 113 LEON lv II. DUPI (II, FDITOH fjJ' I'd Ik P II R OfFICF )8 44 M \ltKKT STREET HI \. P., BAHAMA*. • ii UOJ m PUBLISHED DAILY. M lay. Wednesday and Friday— %  pie copy nl Weekly ... .1 thly . i-. .pi I %  lerly ... is. II 1 -1 iy S-. Yearly II PAYABLE IN" ADVANt I line furl • per line ; rtion; an tii penny per line i H'III inter!. \ erti* enti under eight lim I "I 111. IRKH HOME RULE < RI8IS" r>r>clu The papers flamed with referin allegei a II preparalions on both des. I hancelh r f the Ex'! %  •! I) i\ ill Lloyd-* i '"is'' dei l ii %  .1 i!i< co mtiy in !"• confrontith the gravest issue in the histoi \ nl d( nccratic g" >vi rn neni since i he days of the 8m "I*. He sin! : Repri -"nt 11ive (government in this land is II si ike We mean in front this defiance with resolute and ui wnverii g deteiminan i wli ite' %  %  tii" li •/ ii I in iy I)**. 1 ;nal M ins of General ( S ough, 11' in milcr uf the I hird Cavalry I'n : ide ii Cucragh, and of many other riffi refusing lo SPIVP insl I U'i-r, n ere leported by Lieutenant-General "*ir \ithur I' i ;et, co i in miter m Irel ml. In the I louse 1 "f Commons on Monday the at, full" ving ;i quiet Sund iy, I'iemiei Vsquilli pxpl lined the revolt of army officers i ISt • i i' Ml I l-lri ;is .II minjj from a misunderstanding as in tin' ilut ies in which 11 IIv wen ti he called, t'nlonel John Seflv, gecietarj uf State for War, expi i UIII| i l ie III'IVI'HII'III uf lroi|s AC designed solely to pr>t<'ci 11goi i'i nmi rn'miltiJiM t ires in 1 'Ister. I he gnvi tin enl a as irou*!} denounced for iveaki ess in IK ili'tilings from the ou'see with Ulster, Mr. \ndreW Unmir LAW, leader <>f the opposition, declared th.'it ii was possible lo si-t in recentevents a deliberate attempt on the part of the government to make political capital by provoking Ulster, Some news stories went so far as t > depict the Kin;, 1 as ill asi.ite of intense anxiety borilering on panic. Tins widely circu1 it.'il iuuioi, while merel) deduced from the fad of many conferences between the King find his ministers, reflected one phase <>f public opinion which has continued in sei' m tiiwhole situation a real men ice to parliamentary government in the British Empire. i In %  • press stot stated that < ieneral Page) had said to the officer* who resigned that if they refu i I to go "there might be a mutiny in the army, whi h would mean a revolution in Ei gland, anil in six months (here would be no king and no army On March 24 the reinstatement of the officers who resigned was announced,under ministerial guarantee against Bervice in Ulster. It was also slated that at least seventty perrer.t. of the armv-eeoM not b' relied upon to make war upon Ulster. The Unioni ts were in a state of extieme elation, I loroe Rule was declared 10 I •• dead. Tht paramount question now was theennrse ol the government in relation to the mutinous action -. ii iin the Army. On the 25th an extraordinary demonstration was made in the H


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XEbe Uribune Th\jrdav. April 16, 1914 The army crisis seems to be over Our latest newspaper advices from England appear to prove that not the government but the Opposition has emerged from it weakened. Col Seely, the late Minister of War, has blundered, has freely acknowledged what he styles bis "grave error," and has gone out of office. ^ Sir John French and Sir J. S. Ewart have also resigned, no doubt from a sense of loyalty to Col. Seely, but before their resignations were accepted they approved of a new set of army orders which lay it down as an offence against discipline to do as General dough and others have done. Col. Seely added two para* graphs to a letter to General Cough drafted by the Cabinet, which two paragraphs showed weakness in the face of the disaffected army officers. Mr. Asquith did not know of the two additional paragraphs till after the letter had been sent off. Generals French and Fwart had initialled the letter with the additional two paragraphs thinking that the Cabinet was responsible for them. Had they known that the paragraphs were added by Colonel Seely, they would no doubt have acted differently. It i.s a comfort to know that they have been loyal to the Government. We will quote two declarations which will clearly show that the Government does not in the least intend to be intimidated on this question : — (i) Mr. Asquith (25th March) "So long as we are responsible for the government of this court try, whatever the consequence may be, we shall not assent to the claim of any body of men in the service of the Crown, be they officers or be they menit makes no difference for this purpose—to demand from tiie Government in advance an assurance of what they will or will not be required to do in circumstances winch have not yet arisen. It is a new claim which, if once admitted, would put the Government and the I louse of Commons, on whose confidence the Government depends, at the mercy of the Military or the Navy." (2) Mr. Percy Illingworth, the chief Liberal Whip says: — "if every officer in the Army resigns, the Government will not flinch by so much as a hairs breadth from the task they have taken in hand." Drawing an analogy from the resignation of aristocratic officers under Napoleon, and the substitution of able men from the ranks, and the victories which ensued, Mr. Illingworth asked "What has happened to the Aristocracy of France? They have utterly perished. And who is enjoying I their land and great possesi %  ions? The people. Let this be a warning to those who, in the pride and insolence of wealth and race, seek to overthrow the British House of Commons." '''he attention of our readers is invited to the advertisement in another column of the Garden Concert at Fpworth, tomorrow evening. This will no doubt be an enjoyable occasion. Plantation Melodies by the Wesley Choir is offered as an attraction, rightly so, as that choir easily take IN place as, one of, if not the finest choir in the island. Pi Police Hand is also unquestion ably another attraction. TheJmperial Theatre is offer ing its patrons an attractive programme tomorrow night as will be seen by the advertisement in another column. "The Woman in White" pic tured should certainly be inter CSting and entertaining and al so revive interest in a one time very popular novel,but unknown to the present generation. "The Curates Outing" we un clerstand is highly interest ing and amusing to the children of larger growth as well as to the ( Inldll'll. MAILS Foreign Mails t" be despatched via Miami per "Frances F." will he made up and closed on Friday, the 17th Inst. at 8 o'clock a. m. l\' IMF. SUPREME COURT April Sessions 1914. Wednesditv 1 s 1 '• Api il. Information No 4, Berlin Albury, Wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm, was called Witnesses: Theophilus Wallace, Thomas Simmons, Adam Colbrook, Dr. Culmer, George Johnson. The following Jury were empanelled : Joseph A. Adderley, William Major, Lewis D. Neeley Ronald Ingraham, Ira Johnson, Thomas Hall, Boisey R. Hall, JamesTheo. Farrington, Charles J. Kellev, Samuel McPherson, Allan Parks, W. C. Adderley Foreman. |urors no* empanelled were discharged until 10:30 to.morrow. The Jury returned a verdiet of guilty and the prisoner was sentenced to 18 months imprison ment. Th' court adjourned until tomorrow morning at 10.30. j Wednesday, 16th April, 1914 The court met at 10.30 a.m. Present: — His I lonour 1). Tudor, Esq., K.C., Chief Justice ; The Honourable F. C. WellsDurrant, K.C., Attorney General : W. F. S. Callender, Lsq. Information No. 9, traversed from last term. The King vs. Robert Carey—Shopbreaking and Larceny and Receiving. Mr. Callender appeared for the defendant. The following jury was em panelled: — Robert S. Ilanna, Foreman; Nathaniel Cam budge, Edwin Elliott, Erasmus Wallace, Joseph Adderley, Darrell, Clarence T. Earring ton, Samuel McI J her c on, Mordecai Taylor, James T. Earring ton, Caleb Gibson, Thomas Hall, The trial proceeded. At 35 min. p.m. the Court adjourned to 3 15. j A new system of drawing the Jurv has this term been introduced into the Court, that seems more calculated to minimize the possibilities of redrawal than the old system in which tickets were used, and shaken up in a box, There ansmall wooden balls numbered from 1 to 48 consecutively, which when shaken up in the box have no chance of cling ing together; thev are drawn out one at a time and the uane on the list against tierorrespon ding number on the ball is the name of the juror that is drawn Passengers per Motor "Frances E." yesterday were.— Misses Julia Curtis, and Lucinda Pratt; Mrs. Julia Curtis; Messrs. Philip Bethel, Nathaniel Pinder, Felix *^| |Fi" 1 Titu finest Swel^^^Fiii''h Back'ord, Vincent roompson, Charie Davis, June Mortimore, Herman Mortimore, Tartuns Mortimere, Simeon Rolle, Eleazar Clarke, James Clarke, Charles Larrimore, Edward Sand-;, Alex. David, Michael Major, Thomas Adderley, Shedrach Rolle, Davib Baker, Irwin Fernandez, IJ^jamin Moncuf, Fred Seymour; Solomon Armbrister, Stephen Farrington, Solomon Adderley, David Fergurso i, Fred Munro, Charles Thurston, Moses Rolle, Claim %  Carroll, Herman Cartwright, Hiram Darvilfe. Cha.les Roll -. Burleigh Morton, John Hepburn, Rual Strachan, Richard Hutcheson, David Rolle, William EJethel, and Geergo Addeiley. (45) j April 16th 1914. Washington, 15.—Every available warship on ihe Atlantic Coast has been ordered to proceed to Tampico, Mexico. Announcement to this effect was made this afternoon following a nee ting of the cabinet. Th( purpose of this demonstrati, n is to convince President Huert 1 that the United States 1 Is to stand by the demand made iy Admiral Mayo Thursday lastthat the American I-lag be given a salute of 31 guns by the federal commander at Tampico as part atonement for the insult to the United States for Ui .11 rest of a United States Navy paymaster and several marines. This drastic action by the administration was called for IA tin stubborn refusal of Huert,i to yield to Admiral Mayo's demands. It puts the United Statein a position to enforce a 1 ultimatum if the immediate development makes it neccessary to issue one to the Huerta government. Some of the presidents ad vis'ihere however, were hope ful that Huerta would yield and prevent intervention. The Hague, 15.—A Dutch battleship was today ordered to Tampico, Mexico, to look after tieinterests of Dutch subjects there. Alexandria, Egypt, 15.— James Gordon Bennett, owner of the New York Herald, sailed from here today on hisyatcb ttie 1 Lvsistrata.



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" TIT I ii in Pinder, Felix Titu<, Ernest Back 'ord, Vincent Thompson. Char:ie Davis, June Mortimore, Herman Mortimore, Tartuns Mortimere, Simeon Rolle, lileazar Clarke, James Clarke, Charles Larrimore, Edward Sand', Alex. David, Michael Major, Thomas Adderley, Shedrach Rolle, Davib Baker, Irwin Fernandez, BMJamni Moneys. Fred Seymour; Solomon Armbriiter, Stephen Parriugton, Solomon Adderley, David Fcrgursori, Fred Munro, Charles Thurston, Moses Rolle, Clarence Carroll, Herman Cartwright, Hiram Darvilfe. Cha.les Roll s, Burleigh Morton, John Hepburn, Rual Strachan, Richard I lutcheson, David Rolle, William Betliel, and Geergft Adderley, (45) j April 161I1 1914. Wa ihington, ii—Every available warship on ihe Atlantic Coast has been ordered to proceed to Tampico, Mexico. Announcement to this effect was made this afternoon following a neeting of the cabinet. TIK purpose of this demonstrati, n is to convince President Huerta that the United States intends to stand by the demand made by Admiral Mayo Thursday last that the American Flag be given a salute of 21 gum by the federal commander at Tampico ;is part atonement for the insult to the United States for the arrest of a United States Na\> paymaster and several marine! This drastic action by the administration was called for by tin stubborn refusal of Huerta to yield to Admiral Mayo's di mands. It puts the United States in a position to enforce an ultimatum if the immediate development makes it neccessary to issue one to the Huerta government. Some of the presidents ad via' i here however, were hope ful tii it Huerta would yield and prevent intervention. Ihe Hague, 15.—A Dutch battleship was today ordered to Tampico, Mexico, to look after the interests of Dutch subjects there. London, 15.—Kennedy Jone's Castle won the $5,000 Jubilee Stake at Manchaster this after loon from a field of 12 starters. New York, 15.—Captain 5trenger,in command of the Holland American liner Rotterdam completed his 300th crossing with concrete grouting, and flowing semiliquid cement over the paving. Instead of the old method of treating street surfaces with a tar mixture, Cincinnati has rejuvenated old pavements, worn by 15 years' heavy travel, until they are in fine con dition to withstand heavy traf,f the Atlantic, when that ship fi c for an indefinite period. The arrived here today. He had made January number of Popular Me chanics Magazine contains a description, with illustrations, 71 trips as an officer, and 229 as skipper Alexandria, Egypt, i> — James Cordon Bennett, owner of the New York Herald, sailed from here today on his yatcb ttic Lvsistrata. Boston, 15. -Seven persons met death today in a fire which destroyed the Melvin Hotel. Concord, New Hampshire, 15.—Federal Judge Aldrich toI iv {.'ranted a writ of habeas corpus to I larry K. Thaw, fugiive from Mattewanasylum for the criminal insane. Thaw will not be released on bail until after the decision of Judge Aldrich has been passed upon by the supreme court. Washington, 15.-Major Benjamin M. Koehler tried by court martial on a serious charge has been sentenced to dismissal from •I e army. The sentence must be passed on by the Secretary of War, who may affirm or revise the scntece. London, 15.— Menbers of the coalition government enthusiastically welcomed Premier Asqulth today when lie returned to the house to resume his post as Prime Minister. New York, 15.—The four gun men convicted of the murder of Gambler Rosenthal were electrocuted at Singling prison on Monday morning. Paris, 15.—A dispatch from Switzerland announces the death, at the age of 104 years, of Ferdinand Betureth (Baron). He has been in exile from Alsace since the Prussian conquest. Washington, f5.—It is reported that May 6th has been set for the wedding of Secretary MacAdoo and Miss Wilson, daughter of the president. MAKING XI. W PAVEMENTS (JUT OF OLD ONES Many miles of old granitepaved streets, worn and furrowed by years of traffic, are being transformed into fine automobile thoroughfares, as smooth as table tops, by the simple expedient of filling the interstice* of this simple and economical method of treating worn pavements. J ELECTRICALLY PROPELLED SHIP "TYNEMOUTH" An innovation in marine construction is the electrically propelled ship "Tynemouth" recent ly build in Glasgow, Scotland, for service on the Great Lakes of America. The "Tynemouth" ditlers in no respect in appearance from other boats of simular class. It is 250 ft. long and 42 ft. in breadth, and will carry 2,400 tons of cargo. But in econmey of space taken up in boiler room and bunkers in ordinary installation, the saving is large. A description of the ship, with illustrations, appears in the January number of the Popular Mechanics Magazine. NORWAY TO ADOPT A NEW TONGUE In 1914 Norway will celebrate the centennial anniversary of her emancipation from Denmark and the recovery of her independence as a separate kingdom with a constitution of her own, though united by dynastic ties with Sweden until 1905. It is proposed to signalize the national rejoicings in honor of the occasion by the adoption in due process of law, of a new tongue as the official and nation* ft] language of Norway, as ex plained in the January Popular Mechanics Magazine. About 60 years ago Ivar Aasen, philologist, patriot and scholar, of Nor. way, constructed a language which he named "Landsmaal," and embodied in bis new speech much of the old Norse and ancient Sagas, as well as the idioms and dialects of the remoter regions of the kingdom where the peasantry have clung through four Centuries of Danish domination to tlie tongue spoken by their farebearsin the days of the Vikings. Employing these and other materials and adapting them to modern requirements, Aasen succeeded in evolving sd melodious and poetic a Ian guage that the vast majority of Ins countrymen, commencing with the rural population have accepted it for their songs, for their plays, for their sermons and for their vernacular. Landsmaal is phonetic, and is not so radically different from the printed Danish language that an educated Dane can not make it out. Something of the sort has been accomplished in Finland, save that now an educated Finlander must learn three languages Finnish, Swe dish, and Russian, in order to keep abrest of the times in his own land. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles at §9.60per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5in. Cypress at §6.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a verylarge purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. • C. C. SAUNDERS. IMPERIAL THEATRE Friday April 17th A careful selection of exaep tionally good reels Eureka in 2 Reels by the Helen Gardner Picture Players Co. One of the best The Woman in Whice from the novel by YVilkie Collins in a Reels by the Gem Film Co. who are special ists in picturing world renowned novelty such as "Under Two flags" cr-c. &c. Also a reel for the children "THE CUWATKS OUTING" with NL.ctie and Early the f iinous kid comedians of the Power Picture Playing Co. 5 Reels 6d. gd. is. 3d. /



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iougest mce on skis the distance being nearly 140 miles, was run in I less tfapn JJ hours, rests mclurlev-l.i A nice in Chiisti ii a, i' MI I v a peasart in r5 U'Uis c>vei. ( ..i 13 ID 15, and Is la %  • ui over lnlly ground witli all so <>l difficulties designed to test th* skill and endurance of ifbmpetitiors. An esperi ski runnel i-able to 1 ike living leaps with the gre iti • %  and annual tournaments are nr ranged in which profii ieiiC) III I j imping is demanded. But skis is by n > means simp') | implements of sport. They are an \ indispensable meansol I > m nion, %  and the inhabitants of Norway look upon the ski as the rider looks upon bis horse. The sc IOOIS, the [ I ost office and the traveler depi nd \]'^n ilieni. 'fbe government has equipped the troops stationed in nothern provinces with skis when out on active duty in the long winter. In America much inter si has developed andtnurnan en's are frequent in northern states whi n there is a large Scandinavian p ipulatioo.—From the Janu ny Popular MechanicMagi zine. BJBWUA'lf 1 KI.SII |fJST ARRIVt D AT I'OOTE'S EAS'I KV, SI RE' I VEGETABLE SEEDS \sparagus • age Carrot Cauliflower Celery Cucumber p Plant Kohl Rabi I.ell lire Watermelon Cantaloupe Okia Pai (In ion Pepper Radish. Spinach Squafh Tomato Turnip Bosh [leans Extra Early R I Vnh ntfni Long "Yellow irly JMX wei ks Stringless iieen I'od Refugee in n o 1 to 1. Iludsou \\ .1 a I.in a B an AKo Flower ^eeds 'iDgQ th Fifth." FIYE-Passenger Touring Car-Price £250 Electric Starter, Ele< tri< Lights, Mohair Top with full side curtains, Mohair Slip Cover, Clear Vision Ventilating Windshield, Spi dometer, Electric Horn, Robe and Fool Rails, Exrta Rim and improved Tire brackets, Pump, Jack, Complete Tool and Tire outfit delivered in Nassau. ,1. P. SIMM-. Went. THE TIGER is one ol tinmosl destructive of animals, and LS a source of nsw b danger to life. SUNLIGHT SOAP preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but it is .1 sunn.' of destruction to all dirt and uncleanHness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger m a single night, cannot be compared to the amount of destruction wrought by inferior soap in a tingle wash-day. SUNUOHI SOAP is an absolutely pure Soap, that saves your clothes, time, money, and labour. 3gT Aff&St Garden Concert AT EPWOR"H FRIDAY APRIL 17TH THE PROGRAMME INCLUDES PLANTATION MELODIES By the Weslc Choir n>nd SELECTIONS BV THE CONS! ABL'LARY BAND Gsvtaopen 7.M) Commence 8 p.m. Price Is. Rclrc.-nmcnuonSftlo i. "l Large English Turkish Bath Toweis Si/, i feet J in. x 2 It. 6 in For 'sale at Willigiu 537 .539 Bay-stfeet, R.ast £5 Reward 1 "|\| pi )I'\ I '• I I— i!"'%  H ,,: ,11, i will be piul i" any pers in WIMI will oive information I i, iii \e i• I In ili'apprehension ., id < %  >nvi< lii i ol i '" person* steading <>i selling stolen pineapples from inj cultivations in liitWiilf Road. WALTER K. MOORE < 52 OLYMPIC CAFE 532 East / %  %  ..* MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS BUST IABLE HOAR Amid Clean *And Cool Surroun \ini TRY IT. Watch for the Flower-Show AT TBE rHREE SISTERS The Vogue The I < n A/< u h and I he !': %  STOLEN O N Sunday uiKhi. : | '> sod to p. m. from gate "I Independence Cluh--A DM J I Suitable Reward. ieyeles for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. W ill lAMSTHESHOEMAN h ijust ci ived H large assi'iimenl ol Ladies. MiMM nd Gents hainpld Boot. anil Shoe* in ONE; rWO, \M' I IIREE pair i"is I insize? fin I. Iiniited lo ... 'I ,|'. M Wrt,%  : I aiuj 2 Genii—6, I '. and 7 The Slini-h iving bei n sold Williams. The Shoeman .it ,1 libeiiil IIIM'OI it, ill' 1 principal i|f.:nl\ 111 :.• %  _bring 1 lif* limit' d -'/"•, lir i~ dispi ••ing n( tlifm ;ii not laM than 20 per cent lesn than Ihf. 11 '.'ul.11 1 J 1 io.s KuCll %  nilil l>e I |i limi patrons .ind flic gen 11| : i)ii ic will 1 tie i?e lalce Soecia.1 Notice • JzfcS llii-lil 1 'in-' I ;.|li| III C .llli" |OI lll'-lll Will tee for ihem'Ives that tliey am obtaining Real Bargain* ,Tt Williatiia* U'hnlesal'fnnd R-alll Shoe l.vi.v \,:*' \-t 2> aim BUOICSB* Shoe Lsuvblip/ 77. 279 I' >>ey



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\4* K \o IP > 0) 0. o 0) NvilMvis addi< in., jvirare in vcrba matiistriS "> ITIH bound to swear lo the Dogmas *f no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Thursday. April 16.1914 No. 115 LEON E H. I'l'IMCII, i D1TOR .AJUt J'f i > IK if i. K OlMMC H 14 MARKET STREET 1 U \. I'., F.AHAMAI. (P I! K In., PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Vednda| and Pridav— dlacopy io v. ;.iv ... i I thly • • %  > s |'I I Ralf Yearly Yearly % %  %  I' PAYABL1 IN ADVANCE. Una i -I lini i i %  ttion; line f( lucted i The p ipers flamed with refer. io allege* n preparations on both des. I hsncelh r f the Ixpi % % % %  111\ MI Lloyd-George dei i ii• i intry to inconfront' tli the graves! issue in the hittoi y ol %  loctatic gov< rn nent i ie days of the Smarts. I le sinl: Representative government in Hits land is at st ike We mean in confront ihia defiance with resolute and unwavering deieimina. iin wh i' tli'" li %  %  it I HI iy be. The resignation* of General y Lieutenant-General *ir Srthui P •,!. ... i rn mder in Ireland. In ihe I louse of Commons on Mnn I iy ihe at, full" ving a qi Sunday, Premiei isqtiith rx| i. ...I ihe revolt of army officers i(i i %  tis| ... \ i %  %  in I l-i''i .is HI ising froiii a miupdetstai"(ling as in tin' dot Ms t-i which the* wen t.. he called, colonel John Seely, gectel i", nl State fo' VV ir, < \|,l ,,II.I| |]]e nwiVe'ii'llt .if t|.".ps ;,. I | |)|| Iy til p..|.VI Die L -.II e irtnn HI'mil' 1 \ *l 'tee i" I l-trt. I lie g< •'"' aorousl) denounced fin weaki ess in its dealings from the ou 1 • % %  • \ ith Ulster, \lr. \ndreW Itoniir Law, leader of the opposition, declared ii'it it is possible lo set in recentevents adeliberateattempt mi the part of the government to make political capital by provoking lister. Some newsstories went so far as t i depict the King as in a state of intense anxiety boroering on panic. This widely circulated IU while merely deduced from the fad of many conferences between the King and his ministers, reflected one phase of public opinion which has continued to see in the whole situation a real menace to parliai lentary government in the British Empire. pies-tni v stated that General Page) had said to the officers who resigned that if thev refu i I to go "there might be a mutin) in the army, whi h would mean a revolution in Ei gland, no I in six months there would lie no king and no army.'' Oh March 24 the reinstatement of the officers who resigned was announced,under ministerial guarantee against service in Ulster. It was ..:1 stated thai nl least sevently percer.t. of thearmveould # not be relied upon to make war upon Ulster, The Unioni twere in a state of extieme elation, 11 e Rule 1declared lo I" dead. The paramount question now was the onus., of the government in relation t" the mutinous action within the Army. On the 15th an extraordinary demonstration was made in Ihe House against the Throne. John Ward, a labour member, asked whethei ire Pai liament elected by 'he people "should absolutely, without intei. feience from the King or the army make the lawof the realm." His dramatic uttei.mccjwagre 'ted I y prolonged cheers from fu'ly hall Ihe louse, I'h whole subject moved iuto the don 1 nu of investiuation and debate, and the public w 1lefl to form its opinions from such news ,,, the pic-, could give, often nl H contradictory ch irncter, Resign itions of high officials weierumored Ihe government was reported as being firm in its Intention to pass the Home Rule bill at any cost. As The ('iiii itnin I Ittra Id goes to pii-t question befoi the British public is ihe stability of the government, I he republh • an trend m Great Britain has received tremendous impetus in the opinion of many qualified to judge. The spedtacle of '.he entire course of government being suspended by the action of a handful of army officers hat almost overwhelmed the nation. The early rise of a new political party is prophesied in responsible quarters. No one attempts to say positively what to morrow will bring forth. Whatever of "politics" there has been in the conflict of parties over the Home Rule question, lor the moment all men are demanding an open treatment of the crisis which has arisen in the history of Great Britain, Form of enrolment in the British League for Support of Ulster and tlu? Union, signed by thousands of all cl 1 -' ol Englishmen, BRITISH LEAGUE FOR THE SUPPORT OF ULSTER WD rilh. UNION "I The Undersigned, hereby enrol mysell as a Volunteer In ihe Force now being raised to assist Ulster in the Struggle she is making to maintain the Union betwi Ml (ire-it Britain and Ireland \nd in the event of the Government of Ireland Bill being passed it to law without the sanction of the people of the United Kingdom being expressed at a General Election, I solemnly swear to hold myself in readiness to act anywhere and in any manner that may serve to this e id. Further, I promise to stand by this agreement until such time as I notify mv resignation to my superior officer. God Save the King. WHY NORWAY WAS FIRST \F I HE SOUTH POLK It is because they have been trained from infanev to travel on skisovei their snowclnd mountains that Norwegians me so peculiarly well-fitted for Arctic exploration, and the u-e of the ski bv Captain Amundsen's party was an import nit factor 1.1 Ihe successful lerminntion of the expedition which 1..suited in placing the Norwegian flag at the gouth Pole. I he *kl-, long, graceful -tripof built wood, afford a means ol traversing snow covered areas with ease. An or Iiii IIV -ki runner is expected to maintain a speed of 8 or o milea an hour for long periods. I be



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VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Thursday. April 16.1914
No. 115
LEON E H. I'l'IMCII,
i D1TOR .AJUt J'f i > IK if i. K
OlMMC H 14 MARKET STREET
1U \. I'., F.AHAMAI.
' (P I! K In.,
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Vednda| and Pridav
dlacopy .........io
v. ;.iv ... i I
thly >s- |'I
I
Ralf Yearly
Yearly I'
PAYABL1 IN ADVANCE.
Una
i -I lini
i i ttion;
line f \ ,;!,., mei " under eight hm 1 .
i in. [RKH HOV1E RULE
i RIRJS"
r>( lucted i
The p ipers flamed with refer.
io allege* n preparations
on both des. I hsncelh r f the I- x-
.....pi 111\ mI Lloyd-George de-
i i ii i intry to in- confront'
tli the graves! issue in the
hittoi y ol loctatic gov< rn nent
i ie days of the Smarts. I le
sinl: Representative government
in Hits land is at st ike We mean
in confront ihia defiance with re-
solute and unwavering deieimina.
iin wh i'...... tli'" li ' it I hi iy be.
The resignation* of General .....minder "f ihe Third Cavalry
r.n i urragh, and of .. my
refusing to serve
nisi Ulster, were ieported l>y
Lieutenant-General *ir Srthui
P ,!. ... i rn mder in Ireland.
In ihe I louse of Commons on
Mnn I iy ihe at, full" ving a qi
Sunday, Premiei isqtiith rx|.....i.
...I ihe revolt of army officers
i(i i tis| ... \ i! in I l-i''i .is hiising
froiii a miupdetstai"(ling as in
tin' dot Ms t-i which the* wen t..
he called, colonel John Seely,
gectel i", nl State fo' VV ir, < \-
|,l ,,ii.i| |]]e nwiVe'ii'llt .if t|.".ps
;,. I | |)|| Iy til p..|.VI Die
l-.iieirtnn hi'- mil'1 \ *l 'tee i"
I l-trt. I lie g< '"' a-
orousl) denounced fin weaki ess
in its dealings from the ou1
\ ith Ulster, \lr. \ndreW Itoniir
Law, leader of the opposition, de-
clared ii'it it is possible lo set
in recenteventsadeliberateattempt
mi the part of the government to
make political capital by provok-
ing lister. Some newsstories went
so far as t i depict the King as in
a state of intense anxiety boroer-
ing on panic. This widely circu-
lated iu......, while merely deduc-
ed from the fad of many confer-
ences between the King and his
ministers, reflected one phase of
public opinion which has continu-
ed to see in the whole situation a
real menace to parliai lentary
government in the British Empire.
pies- -tni v stated that Gener-
al Page) had said to the officers
who resigned that if thev refu i I
to go "there might be a mutin) in
the army, whi h would mean a
revolution in Ei gland, no I in six
months there would lie no king
and no army.''
Oh March 24 the reinstatement
of the officers who resigned was
announced,under ministerial guar-
antee against service in Ulster.
It was ..:- 1 stated thai nl least
sevently percer.t. of thearmveould #
not be relied upon to make war
upon Ulster, The Unioni t- were
in a state of extieme elation, 11.....e
Rule 1- declared lo I"- dead.
The paramount question now was
the onus., of the government in
relation t" the mutinous action
within the Army. On the 15th an
extraordinary demonstration was
made in Ihe House against the
Throne. John Ward, a labour
member, asked whethei ire Pai
liament elected by 'he people
"should absolutely, without intei.
feience from the King or the army
make the law- of the realm." His
dramatic uttei.mccjwa- gre 'ted I y
prolonged cheers from fu'ly hall
Ihe louse,
I'h whole subject moved iuto
the don 1 nu of investiuation and
debate, and the public w 1- lefl to
form its opinions from such news
,,, the pic-, could give, often nl h
contradictory ch irncter, Resign i-
tions of high officials weierumored
Ihe government was reported as
being firm in its Intention to pass
the Home Rule bill at any cost.
As The ('iiii itnin I Ittra Id goes
to pii-- t.......... question befoi
the British public is ihe stability
of the government, I he republh
an trend m Great Britain has re-
ceived tremendous impetus in the
opinion of many qualified to judge.
The spedtacle of '.he entire course
of government being suspended by
the action of a handful of army
officers hat almost overwhelmed
the nation. The early rise of a
new political party is prophesied
in responsible quarters. No one
attempts to say positively what
to morrow will bring forth. What-
ever of "politics" there has been in
the conflict of parties over the
Home Rule question, lor the mom-
ent all men are demanding an open
treatment of the crisis which has
arisen in the history of Great Bri-
tain,
Form of enrolment in the British
League for Support of Ulster and
tlu? Union, signed by thousands of
all cl 1 -' ol Englishmen,
BRITISH LEAGUE FOR THE
SUPPORT OF ULSTER WD
rilh. UNION
"I The Undersigned, hereby en-
rol mysell as a Volunteer In ihe
Force now being raised to assist
Ulster in the Struggle she is making
to maintain the Union betwi Ml
(ire-it Britain and Ireland \nd in
the event of the Government of
Ireland Bill being passed it to law
without the sanction of the people
of the United Kingdom being ex-
pressed at a General Election, I
solemnly swear to hold myself in
readiness to act anywhere and in
any manner that may serve to this
e id. Further, I promise to stand
by this agreement until such time
as I notify mv resignation to my
superior officer. God Save the
King.
WHY NORWAY WAS FIRST
\F I HE SOUTH POLK
It is because they have been
trained from infanev to travel on
skisovei their snowclnd mountains
that Norwegians me so peculiarly
well-fitted for Arctic exploration,
and the u-e of the ski bv Captain
Amundsen's party was an impor-
t nit factor 1.1 Ihe successful ler-
minntion of the expedition which
1..suited in placing the Norwegian
flag at the gouth Pole. I he *kl-,
long, graceful -trip- of built wood,
afford a means ol traversing snow
covered areas with ease. An or
Iiii iiv -ki runner is expected to
maintain a speed of 8 or o milea
an hour for long periods. I be


I'll tor Tribune
At ireeoi \ Town Eleuthi ra, mi
Hi' -'7!li Pehi u iry, tli< re w >* rro
I'Kilt HI III.' Cove ..'_-... ii I'd lilc In
kn.nv Ah.,! these things mean ? I'd
be very glad if the Government
would search into this matter, and
Rel a in iv (.11 that careless keeper.
"i >u r -. truly
A CAPTAIN.
CABLEGR\MS
IMPERIAL
theatre
Friday Mar. 13
SPECIAL FEATURE NIGHT
5 ReelsAH having passed
the censorship
THE CRITIC
(Ambrosto) a Ri el
THE LOVE CHASE.
Eclair) 2 Reels.
WHEN IllK PRINCE
ARRIVED
NOTE PRICES- 6d. is. isj.
Nit NCI
w York.ia ( ic.rge \Y |
use, inventor of the ,iir
and controllei of ihe I irgesi ag.
gregate mi nl>. i of patents ol any
11,1 alive, di. d here this afternoon
aged 68.
\ Vork, ia;Announcement
was made Hi n the wedding <>f
M s Huntington and Vincent \%.
rni will take place ai Ihe home ol
the bride-to-be ri Straisburg, New
1 ii April 30th.
s 'mpton.ia. -The lm| 1.
toi sailed h New Vork lodaj on
'' i: ! 3 'gecf the 1 in .1 I )ne G illi ii mid upwaids
Nevi ork,ia,Jeton IVa ie shilling a gallon
and Frederrick Heresbofl saile. I) um, 0 .
IV '" take pari in the amatem e dl-.n, return
ampionship ol (iieat Km
T
NEW NATIONAL" (St
"IDEAL"
HANI) MACHINES
NEW HOME" "RUBY-
FOOT MACHINES
FO*R SALE BY
CHAS. E, ALBURY.
Gasoline
CO\S Ci.'.S
<" I \.\DARD Ol
*J Ol I \ I ^Sold in quantil n s
1 1 away
w itIi the nei easily ol huvi
Storagi
C. 1 U.-NDI- R-i.
I Ifc
which will beheld on \l iy 81I1.
Washington, 12.- Presidcnl V\
son to lay sigm d the Alaskan 1
ro ..I bill.
1.....Ion, ra. S nl 1 ce of x
montl was passed t< .1 ij on M u
Richardson the militani suffragette
who blashed the Rokeby Venus
the National (iallery fin Tuesday.
She declares she will g 1 on a biiii
ger st nke.
Gl isgow, ij. -Militant suffra-
g' lies to la > Lin ned large unm -
1 "I" n belongii g to 111
I 1 Church ol Scot I ind. I he
s" smashed indows of a militari
reciuiling oHice !......
I 'ii'.i. ia. I .v.. I'urkisfi avia-
tors while flying s uili of her.' to-
(I,iv fuJiinto the sea. I liev were
VBl where one f^WT. 12. Two European
ladii satl 10 ihe si it ion ol the
Cliin.1 Inland Mission at l.ao
I lokow aie rep irted missing since
the low :. ,n I hurled by
in' hundred brig mds yesterday.
London, 1.-. \ M :ret naval
c -di Ixi .k h is been stolen from a I '! '""" .' '"' ?-
1 it
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand'
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
'.tz excellent quality.
Bicycles
for HIRE
IO3. per wesk
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
Gasoline
b- r a \ 1 > \ r
Spirits -'
r \ \ 1 > \ iv-1 *
11
gallons ami upward for o ulling
Oil C"'s M
in quant it u
I
.'-1 i'ii Sheernessand a rigid
lean Ii fot ii is being made, I he
uihoi 1 let fear tin- code Iki >k hat
fallen into the hands "I spice
; lign gi >\ ei niin-nls
New Vork, ia. Comn
1 I Evans w ho wa rid in
'"in nand of the illfated Si itt Ex-
I lion an ived here today. I Ie
. lii" In.. ies >f
\ 11 1.
Ex.
I iR SALE
I % r VRPROBE, Pool
* I tension Cable, Oak Side*
board ith Mirroi nitachment in
good condition. Cheap foi cash.
apply to Tnl.11,. I
Bring n V el 1 r small quarili
tie.
I >i unis may 1 n! with "drum
lots.' suhji ci In return Ii n emplj
R Fifth Cam told ni
s 1 1 7 i, I*'-1-' 10 pel ci'it ilis.
Count l.o.l..'
1. i|o for I
B11 \ |es rented I i .!,.
\ii|.. noil Ie ind bin Ie supplies
kept in slot and
Vuto di v,
Can ei n ell you a i mve.
drum with f mrii 10
olioi. Com., .in I see
th-'in
Apply '>
J. P. SIMMS,
.(7 Market St net.
\Jt 7V. would dorm all who appreciate a Good Smoke that weirnw
'V have on und an exu Slock ol IIAVAN \ CIGARS. Wa
_'n 1 ntee our brand to b< '.I the finest Havana and Sumatrp
Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
I:: eCigarsare manufai n oui premises bj skilled workmen
and urea 1 pains are taken in 1 an article of supenoi quality,
I 11 1 .'i hi the pasi leai11 us iinfidentl; toexpeci
1 be pal nnnoiseurs
J. L. SAI NDE RS & Co.
Ii.i\ Stn ri.
W. \. \, /Nil' U
UNDI R 1 \KEK
DESIRES 1 ifi in Ins f 1
.in i Ihe I1 ilic lh.il I e
111 t 1. oulfil
.1 i.'s f.n the hui-.il " ol an
derMker, whiiill pi ifes lion hi i
lisiiion to carry < 'Ul Puiier'ds I
1 .1 \ e .'ii 1 n-'. : in Ins rare
-\ siem in I de ind ies|iei i
11 1. 11.1 . i .j. 1 11 1
I ,.',!' Hi ll t'.H'N
are ll veiy ImwcI for Ihe firt class
work.
ni n ii 1..
rl 11~- is 1 n in 1 mv I'atrons
.ml 1 lie Pn Ii! ic in (ienern I
that I hive opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
lead) to d anything in the line <>t
rial epair or new work 11.rrse
s ping ^uecially. All work dune
\\......rallv.
P A. I'lnvh r.
Pa 1 Street. Eaut (Wharf
s
Shingle
I Ii >1 No. 1 Hearl ,in. Cypi
Sinn les a! Ijq.l pel III i
ndol 10 bundli s
I lisi OUIltS "ll Ii ii 1 if .\ :
5<)0 .':li'~.
Special Price
ai-. 1 mi cheaper gi also
C'\ press ..; 1J6 71 per
tlhiiisand of 20 bundles. This
possibli \t\ a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock an \\ ing every
\\'i I
C. C. SAUNDEUS.
REMEMBER!
No home w,nr run be mm
plat* wiihool "Music"
\ \ ; 1 [ermg a line of I lih
\ V CJlade I us, Play. P..
. Piano 1' -...ins. aihl R
11 1,1 ible fi r evei y home, 1
el ind see oui all I talogn>
and let US -'' I inn ol lliese H -' n- j
nienls diiect fn.ni factoiv i" vmi i
l|. .mi' for 30 days In.11. '. I
FREE for nskmg.Choo^e fot vour
,1 lui inslrumei.ti nncl lei ri
the Best m the World.
THE RISING SI \U
I). 1.1 Street.
W. F. W. & Co.

i'FUS SELL'S
CONDINSf0.
M ILK
BjjTTfRF(,Y
j '"RfPARf D BY
FUSS ELL*K
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VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P., Bahamas. Thursday. April Ifr. 1914
No. 113
LEON lv II. DUPI (II,
FDITOH fj- J' I'd Ik P II R
OfFICF )8 44 M \ltKKT STREET
hi \. P., Bahama*.
ii Uoj m,
PUBLISHED DAILY.
M lay. Wednesday and Friday
pie copy .........nl
Weekly ... .1
thly . i-. .pi
I lerly ... is.
II 1 -1 iy ......S-.
Yearly .....II
PAYABLE IN" ADVANt I
line
furl per line
; rtion; an tii penny per
line i h'iiI inter!.
\ erti* enti under eight lim I
"I 111. IRKH HOME RULE
< RI8IS"
r>r>clu
The papers flamed with refer-
in allegei a ii preparalions
on both des. I hancelh r f the Ex-
'!! I) i\ ill Lloyd-* i '"is'' de-
i l ii .1 i!i< co mtiy in !" confront-
ith the gravest issue in the
histoi \ nl d( nccratic g" >vi rn neni
since i he days of the 8m "I*. He
sin! : Repri -"nt 11ive (government
in this land is II si ike We mean
in front this defiance with re-
solute and ui wnverii g deteimina-
n i wli ite' tii" li / ii I in iy I)**.
1 ;nal M ins of General (Sough,
11' in milcr uf the I hird Cavalry
I'n : ide ii Cucragh, and of many
other riffi refusing lo spivp
insl I U'i-r, n ere leported by
Lieutenant-General "*ir \ithur
I' i ;et, co i in miter m Irel ml.
In the I louse1 "f Commons on
Monday the at, full" ving ;i quiet
Sund iy, I'iemiei Vsquilli pxpl lin-
ed the revolt of army officers
i ISt i i' Ml I l-lri ;is .ii minjj
from a misunderstanding as in
tin' ilut ies in which 11 ii- v wen ti
he called, t'nlonel John Seflv,
gecietarj uf State for War, ex-
pi iuiii| ilie iii'ivi'hii'iii uf lroi|s
AC designed solely to pr>t<'ci 11-
goi i'i nmi rn'- miltiJiM t ires in
1 'Ister. I he gnvi tin enl a as
irou*!} denounced for iveaki ess
in ik ili'tilings from the ou'see
with Ulster, Mr. \ndreW Unmir
Law, leader <>f the opposition, de-
clared th.'it ii was possible lo si-t
in recentevents a deliberate attempt
on the part of the government to
make political capital by provok-
ing Ulster, Some news stories went
so far as t > depict the Kin;,1 as ill
asi.ite of intense anxiety boriler-
ing on panic. Tins widely circu-
1 it.'il iuuioi, while merel) deduc-
ed from the fad of many confer-
ences between the King find his
ministers, reflected one phase <>f
public opinion which has continu-
ed in sei' m tii- whole situation a
real men ice to parliamentary
government in the British Empire.
i In press stot stated that < iener-
al Page) had said to the officer*
who resigned that if they refu i I
to go "there might be a mutiny in
the army, whi h would mean a
revolution in Ei gland, anil in six
months (here would be no king
and no army
On March 24 the reinstatement
of the officers who resigned was
announced,under ministerial guar-
antee against Bervice in Ulster.
It was also slated that at least
seventty perrer.t. of the armv-eeoM
not b' relied upon to make war
upon Ulster. The Unioni ts were
in a state of extieme elation, I loroe
Rule was declared 10 I dead.
Tht paramount question now was
theennrse ol the government in
relation to the mutinous action
-. ii iin the Army. On the 25th an
extraordinary demonstration was
made in the H Throne. John Ward, a I ibour
member, asked whether ll*e Pai
liament elected by the people
"shouldabsolutely, without uitei-
fetence from the King or the army
make the laws of the realm." His
dramatic utteiancejwas greeted I y
prolonged cheers from fully hall
the louse.
I'll w hole subject moved into
the domain of investigation and
deb ite. and the pii'dic w is left to
firm its opinions from such news
as the pus- COu'd give, olleil of a
rnntrndiciory ch iracter, Resigna-
tions of high officials wete rumored
I'he government was reported as
being firm in its Intention to p iss
the Home Rule bill it any cost.
As lie (' iii.i.iin I leiaid goes
to press the one question before
the British public is ili" stability
of the government, i he republii
an trnd in Great Britain has re-
ceived tremendous impetus in the
opiiin n of many qualified to judge.
The spedtacle of '.be entire course
of government being suspended by
the action of a handful of army
officers has almost overwhelmed
the nation. The early rise of a
new political party is prophesied
in responsible quarters. NO one
attempts to say positively what
to morrow will bring forth. What-
ever of "politics" there has been in
the conflict of parties over the
Home Rule question, lor the mom-
ent all men are demanding an open
treatment of the crisis which has
arisen in the history of Great Bri-
tain.
Form of enrolment in the British
League foi Support of Ulster and
tlve Union, signed bv thousands of
all classes of Englishmen,
BRITISH LEAGUE r SUPPORT OF ULSTER AND
tiik UNION
"I The Undersigned, hereby en-
rol mysell as a Volunteer in the
Force now being raised to assist
I'Ister 111 the struggle she is making
to maintain the Union between
Great Britain and Ireland. And in
the event of the Government of
Ireland Bill being passed irto law
without the sanction of the people
of the United Kingdom being ex
pressed at a General Election, I
solemnly swear to hold myself in
readiness to act anywhere and in
any manner that may serve to this
e id. Further, I promise to stand
by this agreement until iUCtl time
as I notify mv resignation to my
superior officer. God Save the
King.
_^
WHY NOR W \ Y WAS FIRST
AT I'HE SOUTH POLE
It is because they have been
trained from infancv to travel on
skisovei their soowclad mountains
that Norwegians are so peculiarly
well-lined for Arctic exploration,
and the use of the ski bv Captain
Amundsen's party was an impor-
tant factor 1.1 the successful ter-
mination of the expedition which
resulted in placing the Norwegian
flag at the South Pole. 'I he skis,
long, graceful strips of light wood
afford a means of traversing snow-
covered areas with ease. An or-
dinary ski runner is expected to
maintain R speed of 8 or Q mileS
an hour for long periods. The


XEbe Uribune
Th\jrdav. April 16, 1914
The army crisis seems to be
over Our latest newspaper ad-
vices from England appear to
prove that not the government
but the Opposition has emerged
from it weakened.
Col Seely, the late Minister
of War, has blundered, has free-
ly acknowledged what he styles
bis "grave error," and has gone
out of office.
^ Sir John French and Sir J. S.
Ewart have also resigned, no
doubt from a sense of loyalty to
Col. Seely, but before their re-
signations were accepted they
approved of a new set of army
orders which lay it down as an
offence against discipline to do
as General dough and others
have done.
Col. Seely added two para*
graphs to a letter to General
Cough drafted by the Cabinet,
which two paragraphs showed
weakness in the face of the dis-
affected army officers. Mr. As-
quith did not know of the two
additional paragraphs till after
the letter had been sent off.
Generals French and Fwart had
initialled the letter with the
additional two paragraphs
thinking that the Cabinet was
responsible for them. Had they
known that the paragraphs were
added by Colonel Seely, they
would no doubt have acted
differently. It i.s a comfort to
know that they have been loyal
to the Government.
We will quote two declara-
tions which will clearly show
that the Government does not
in the least intend to be intimi-
dated on this question :
(i) Mr. Asquith (25th March)
"So long as we are responsible
for the government of this court
try, whatever the consequence
may be, we shall not assent to
the claim of any body of men
in the service of the Crown, be
they officers or be they men-
it makes no difference for this
purposeto demand from tiie
Government in advance an as-
surance of what they will or
will not be required to do in
circumstances winch have not
yet arisen. It is a new claim
which, if once admitted, would
put the Government and the
I louse of Commons, on whose
confidence the Government de-
pends, at the mercy of the Mili-
tary or the Navy."
(2) Mr. Percy Illingworth,
the chief Liberal Whip says:
"if every officer in the Army re-
signs, the Government will not
flinch by so much as a hairs
breadth from the task they have
taken in hand." Drawing an
analogy from the resignation of
aristocratic officers under Napo-
leon, and the substitution of
able men from the ranks, and
the victories which ensued, Mr.
Illingworth asked "What has
happened to the Aristocracy of
France? They have utterly
perished. And who is enjoying I
their land and great posses- i
ions? The people. Let this
be a warning to those who, in
the pride and insolence of
wealth and race, seek to over-
throw the British House of Com-
mons."
'''he attention of our readers
is invited to the advertisement
in another column of the Gar-
den Concert at Fpworth, to-
morrow evening.
This will no doubt be an
enjoyable occasion. Plantation
Melodies by the Wesley Choir
is offered as an attraction, right-
ly so, as that choir easily take
in place as, one of, if not the
finest choir in the island. Pi
Police Hand is also unquestion
ably another attraction.
TheJmperial Theatre is offer
ing its patrons an attractive
programme tomorrow night as
will be seen by the advertise-
ment in another column.
"The Woman in White" pic
tured should certainly be inter
CSting and entertaining and al
so revive interest in a one time
very popular novel,but unknown
to the present generation.
"The Curates Outing" we un
clerstand is highly interest ing
and amusing to the children of
larger growth as well as to
the ( Inldll'll.
MAILS
Foreign Mails t" be despatch-
ed via Miami per "Frances F."
will he made up and closed on
Friday, the 17th Inst. at 8
o'clock a. m.
l\' IMF. SUPREME COURT
April Sessions 1914.
Wednesditv 1 s1 ' Api il.
Information No 4, Berlin Al-
bury, Wounding with intent to
do grievous bodily harm, was
called
Witnesses: Theophilus Wal-
lace, Thomas Simmons, Adam
Colbrook, Dr. Culmer, George
Johnson.
The following Jury were em-
panelled : Joseph A. Adderley,
William Major, Lewis D. Neeley
Ronald Ingraham, Ira Johnson,
Thomas Hall, Boisey R. Hall,
JamesTheo. Farrington, Charles
J. Kellev, Samuel McPherson,
Allan Parks, W. C. Adderley
Foreman.
|urors no* empanelled were
discharged until 10:30 to.mor-
row.
The Jury returned a verdiet of
guilty and the prisoner was sen-
tenced to 18 months imprison
ment.
Th' court adjourned until to-
morrow morning at 10.30.
j
Wednesday,
16th April, 1914
The court met at 10.30 a.m.
Present: His I lonour 1). Tu-
dor, Esq., K.C., Chief Justice ;
The Honourable F. C. Wells-
Durrant, K.C., Attorney Gener-
al : W. F. S. Callender, Lsq.
Information No. 9, traversed
from last term. The King vs.
Robert CareyShopbreaking
and Larceny and Receiving.
Mr. Callender appeared for
the defendant. .
The following jury was em
panelled: Robert S. Ilanna,
Foreman; Nathaniel Cam
budge, Edwin Elliott, Erasmus
Wallace, Joseph Adderley,------
Darrell, Clarence T. Earring
ton, Samuel McIJhercon, Morde-
cai Taylor, James T. Earring
ton, Caleb Gibson, Thomas
Hall,
The trial proceeded.
At 35 min. p.m. the Court
adjourned to 3 15.
j
A new system of drawing the
Jurv has this term been introduc-
ed into the Court, that seems
more calculated to minimize the
possibilities of redrawal than
the old system in which tickets
were used, and shaken up in a
box,
There an- small wooden balls
numbered from 1 to 48 consecu-
tively, which when shaken up in
the box have no chance of cling
ing together; thev are drawn
out one at a time and the uane
on the list against tie- rorrespon
ding number on the ball is the
name of the juror that is drawn
Passengers per Motor "Fran-
ces E." yesterday were.
Misses Julia Curtis, and Lu-
cinda Pratt; Mrs. Julia Curtis;
Messrs. Philip Bethel, Nathaniel
Pinder, Felix *^| |Fi" 1
Titu finest Swel^^^Fiii''h
Back'ord, Vincent roompson,
Charie Davis, June Mortimore,
Herman Mortimore, Tartuns
Mortimere, Simeon Rolle, Elea-
zar Clarke, James Clarke,
Charles Larrimore, Edward
Sand-;, Alex. David, Michael
Major, Thomas Adderley, Shed-
rach Rolle, Davib Baker, Irwin
Fernandez, IJ^jamin Moncuf,
Fred Seymour; Solomon Arm-
brister, Stephen Farrington,
Solomon Adderley, David Fer-
gurso i, Fred Munro, Charles
Thurston, Moses Rolle, Cla-
im Carroll, Herman Cart-
wright, Hiram Darvilfe. Cha.les
Roll -. Burleigh Morton, John
Hepburn, Rual Strachan, Rich-
ard Hutcheson, David Rolle,
William EJethel, and Geergo
Addeiley. (45)
j
April 16th 1914.
Washington, 15.Every
available warship on ihe Atlan-
tic Coast has been ordered to
proceed to Tampico, Mexico.
Announcement to this effect
was made this afternoon follow-
ing a nee ting of the cabinet.
Th( purpose of this demon-
strati, n is to convince President
Huert 1 that the United States
1 Is to stand by the demand
made iy Admiral Mayo Thurs-
day lastthat the American I-lag
be given a salute of 31 guns by
the federal commander at Tam-
pico as part atonement for the
insult to the United States for
Ui .11 rest of a United States Na-
vy paymaster and several ma-
rines.
This drastic action by the
administration was called for
Ia tin stubborn refusal of Huer-
t,i to yield to Admiral Mayo's
demands. It puts the United
State- in a position to enforce
a 1 ultimatum if the immediate
development makes it necces-
sary to issue one to the Huerta
government.
Some of the presidents ad
vis'i- here however, were hope
ful that Huerta would yield and
prevent intervention.
The Hague, 15.A Dutch
battleship was today ordered to
Tampico, Mexico, to look after
tie- interests of Dutch subjects
there.
Alexandria, Egypt, 15.
James Gordon Bennett, owner
of the New York Herald, sailed
from here today on hisyatcb ttie
1 Lvsistrata.


" tit I ii in
Pinder, Felix
Titu<, Ernest
Back 'ord, Vincent Thompson.
Char:ie Davis, June Mortimore,
Herman Mortimore, Tartuns
Mortimere, Simeon Rolle, lilea-
zar Clarke, James Clarke,
Charles Larrimore, Edward
Sand', Alex. David, Michael
Major, Thomas Adderley, Shed-
rach Rolle, Davib Baker, Irwin
Fernandez, BMJamni Moneys.
Fred Seymour; Solomon Arm-
briiter, Stephen Parriugton,
Solomon Adderley, David Fcr-
gursori, Fred Munro, Charles
Thurston, Moses Rolle, Cla-
rence Carroll, Herman Cart-
wright, Hiram Darvilfe. Cha.les
Roll s, Burleigh Morton, John
Hepburn, Rual Strachan, Rich-
ard I lutcheson, David Rolle,
William Betliel, and Geergft
Adderley, (45)
j
April 161I1 1914.
Wa ihington, iiEvery
available warship on ihe Atlan-
tic Coast has been ordered to
proceed to Tampico, Mexico.
Announcement to this effect
was made this afternoon follow-
ing a neeting of the cabinet.
TIk purpose of this demon-
strati, n is to convince President
Huerta that the United States
intends to stand by the demand
made by Admiral Mayo Thurs-
day last that the American Flag
be given a salute of 21 gum by
the federal commander at Tam-
pico ;is part atonement for the
insult to the United States for
the arrest of a United States Na-
\> paymaster and several ma-
rine!
This drastic action by the
administration was called for
by tin stubborn refusal of Huer-
ta to yield to Admiral Mayo's
di mands. It puts the United
States in a position to enforce
an ultimatum if the immediate
development makes it necces-
sary to issue one to the Huerta
government.
Some of the presidents ad
via' i here however, were hope
ful tii it Huerta would yield and
prevent intervention.
Ihe Hague, 15.A Dutch
battleship was today ordered to
Tampico, Mexico, to look after
the interests of Dutch subjects
there.
London, 15.Kennedy Jone's
! Castle won the $5,000 Jubilee
Stake at Manchaster this after
loon from a field of 12 starters.
New York, 15.Captain
5trenger,in command of the Hol-
land American liner Rotterdam
completed his 300th crossing
with concrete grouting, and
flowing semiliquid cement over
the paving. Instead of the old
method of treating street surfa-
ces with a tar mixture, Cincin-
nati has rejuvenated old pave-
ments, worn by 15 years' heavy
travel, until they are in fine con
dition to withstand heavy traf-
,f the Atlantic, when that ship fic for an indefinite period. The
arrived here today. He had made January number of Popular Me
chanics Magazine contains a
description, with illustrations,
71 trips as an officer, and 229 as
skipper
Alexandria, Egypt, i>
James Cordon Bennett, owner
of the New York Herald, sailed
from here today on his yatcb ttic
' Lvsistrata.
Boston, 15. -Seven persons
met death today in a fire which
destroyed the Melvin Hotel.
Concord, New Hampshire,
15.Federal Judge Aldrich to-
I iv {.'ranted a writ of habeas
corpus to I larry K. Thaw, fugi-
ive from Mattewanasylum for
the criminal insane. Thaw will
not be released on bail until
after the decision of Judge Al-
drich has been passed upon by
the supreme court.
Washington, 15.-Major Ben-
jamin M. Koehler tried by court
martial on a serious charge has
been sentenced to dismissal from
I e army. The sentence must be
passed on by the Secretary of
War, who may affirm or revise
the scntece.
London, 15. Menbers of the
coalition government enthusias-
tically welcomed Premier As-
qulth today when lie returned to
the house to resume his post as
Prime Minister.
New York, 15.The four gun
men convicted of the murder of
Gambler Rosenthal were elec-
trocuted at Singling prison on
Monday morning.
Paris, 15.A dispatch from
Switzerland announces the
death, at the age of 104 years,
of Ferdinand Betureth (Baron).
He has been in exile from Alsace
since the Prussian conquest.
Washington, f5.It is re-
ported that May 6th has been
set for the wedding of Secretary
MacAdoo and Miss Wilson,
daughter of the president.
MAKING XI.W PAVEMENTS
(JUT OF OLD ONES
Many miles of old granite-
paved streets, worn and furrow-
ed by years of traffic, are being
transformed into fine automo-
bile thoroughfares, as smooth
as table tops, by the simple ex-
pedient of filling the interstice*
of this simple and economical
method of treating worn pave-
ments.
j
ELECTRICALLY PROPELL-
ED SHIP "TYNEMOUTH"
An innovation in marine con-
struction is the electrically pro-
pelled ship "Tynemouth" recent
ly build in Glasgow, Scotland,
for service on the Great Lakes of
America. The "Tynemouth"
ditlers in no respect in appear-
ance from other boats of simular
class. It is 250 ft. long and 42
ft. in breadth, and will carry
2,400 tons of cargo. But in econ-
mey of space taken up in boil-
er room and bunkers in ordina-
ry installation, the saving is
large. A description of the ship,
with illustrations, appears in
the January number of the Pop-
ular Mechanics Magazine.
NORWAY TO ADOPT A
NEW TONGUE
In 1914 Norway will cele-
brate the centennial anniversary
of her emancipation from Den-
mark and the recovery of her
independence as a separate king-
dom with a constitution of her
own, though united by dynastic
ties with Sweden until 1905. It
is proposed to signalize the
national rejoicings in honor of
the occasion by the adoption in
due process of law, of a new
tongue as the official and nation*
ft] language of Norway, as ex
plained in the January Popular
Mechanics Magazine. About 60
years ago Ivar Aasen, philolog-
ist, patriot and scholar, of Nor.
way, constructed a language
which he named "Landsmaal,"
and embodied in bis new speech
much of the old Norse and
ancient Sagas, as well as the
idioms and dialects of
the remoter regions of
the kingdom where the
peasantry have clung through
four Centuries of Danish domin-
ation to tlie tongue spoken by
their farebearsin the days of the
Vikings. Employing these and
other materials and adapting
them to modern requirements,
Aasen succeeded in evolving sd
melodious and poetic a Ian
guage that the vast majority of
Ins countrymen, commencing
with the rural population have
accepted it for their songs, for
their plays, for their sermons
and for their vernacular.
Landsmaal is phonetic, and
is not so radically different from
the printed Danish language
that an educated Dane can not
make it out. Something of the
sort has been accomplished in
Finland, save that now an edu-
cated Finlander must learn
three languages Finnish, Swe
dish, and Russian, in order to
keep abrest of the times in his
own land.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at 9.60per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5in. Cypress at 6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very-
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C. SAUNDERS.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday April 17th
A careful selection of exaep
tionally good reels
Eureka
in 2 Reels
by the Helen Gardner Picture
Players Co. One of the best
The Woman in
Whice
from the novel by YVilkie
Collins in a Reels by the
Gem Film Co. who are special
ists in picturing world renowned
novelty such as "Under Two
flags" cr-c. &c.
Also a reel for the children
"THE CUWATKS OUTING"
with NL.ctie and Early the
f iinous kid comedians of the
Power Picture Playing Co.
5 Reels
6d. gd. is. 3d.
/



iougest mce on skis the distance
being nearly 140 miles, was run in I
less tfapn JJ hours, rests mclurlev-l.i
A nice in Chiisti ii a, i' mi I v a
peasart in r- 5 U'Uis c>vei.
(..i 13 id 15, and Is la ui over
lnlly ground witli all so <>l dif-
ficulties designed to test th* skill
and endurance of ifbmpetitiors.
An esperi ski runnel i-- able to 1 ike
living leaps with the gre iti
and annual tournaments are nr
ranged in which profii ieiiC) III I
j imping is demanded.
............
But skis is by n > means simp') |
implements of sport. They are an \
indispensable meansol I > m nion, '
and the inhabitants of Norway
look upon the ski as the rider looks
upon bis horse. The sc iooIs, the [
I ost office and the traveler depi nd
\]'^n ilieni. 'fbe government has
equipped the troops stationed in
nothern provinces with skis when
out on active duty in the long
winter. In America much inter si
has developed andtnurnan en's are
frequent in northern states whi n
there is a large Scandinavian p ipu-
latioo.From the Janu ny Popu-
lar Mechanic- Magi zine.
BJBWUA'lf
1 KI.SII |fJST ARRIVt D
AT I'OOTE'S
. EAS'I KV, SI RE' I
VEGETABLE SEEDS
\sparagus

age
Carrot
Cauliflower
Celery
Cucumber
p Plant
Kohl Rabi
I.ell lire
Watermelon
Cantaloupe
Okia
Pai
(In ion
Pepper
Radish.
Spinach
Squafh
Tomato
Turnip
Bosh [leans
Extra Early R I Vnh ntfni
Long "Yellow irly jmx wei ks
Stringless iieen I'od
Refugee in n o 1 to 1.
Iludsou \\ .1 a
I.in a B an
AKo Flower ^eeds
'iDgQ th Fifth." FIYE-Passenger Touring Car-Price 250
Electric Starter, Ele< tri< Lights, Mohair Top with full side curtains, Mohair Slip Cover,
Clear Vision Ventilating Windshield, Spi dometer, Electric Horn, Robe and Fool Rails,
Exrta Rim and improved Tire brackets, Pump, Jack, Complete Tool and Tire outfit
delivered in Nassau.
,1. P. SIMM-. Went.

THE TIGER
is one ol tin- mosl destructive of animals, and ls
a source of nsw b danger to life.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
preserves and lengthens the life of your clothes, but
it is .1 sunn.' of destruction to all dirt and unclean-
Hness. The amount of destruction wrought by a tiger
m a single night, cannot
be compared to the amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior soap in a tingle
wash-day. Sunuohi Soap
is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your clothes,
time, money, and labour.
3gT
Aff&St
Garden Concert
AT EPWOR"H FRIDAY
APRIL 17TH
THE PROGRAMME INCLUDES
PLANTATION
MELODIES
By the Weslc Choir n>nd
SELECTIONS BV THE
CONS! ABL'LARY BAND
Gsvtaopen 7.M) Commence 8 p.m.
Price Is. Rclrc.-nmcnuonSftlo
i. "l
Large English
Turkish Bath
Toweis
Si/, i feet j in. x 2 It. 6 in
For 'sale at
Willigiu -
537 .539 Bay-stfeet, R.ast
5 Reward
1"|\| pi )I'\ I '-..... I I i!"'-
H ,,: ,11,i will be piul i" any
pers in wImi will oive information
I i, iii \e i I In ili'- apprehension
., id < >nvi< lii i ol i '"
person* steading <>i selling stolen
pineapples from inj cultivations in
liit- Wiilf Road.
WALTER K. MOORE
< 52
OLYMPIC CAFE
532 East /'
..*
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
HOURS
BUST IABLE HOAR
Amid Clean *And Cool
Surroun \ini
TRY IT.
Watch for the
Flower-Show
AT TBE rHREE SISTERS
The Vogue The I < n A/< u h
and I he !':
STOLEN
ON Sunday uiKhi. ':| '>
sod to p. m. from gate "I
Independence Cluh--A Dm j I
Suitable Reward.
ieyeles
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street.
Will lAMSTHESHOEMAN
h i- just ci ived h large
assi'iimenl ol
Ladies. MiMM nd Gents
hainpld Boot. anil Shoe*
in ONE; rWO, \M' I IIREE
pair i"is
I in- size? fin I. Iiniited
lo ... 'I ,|'.
M Wrt,- : I aiuj 2
Genii6, I '. and 7
The Slini-- h iving bei n sold
Williams. The Shoeman
.it ,1 libeiiil iIim'oi it, ill'1 principal
i|f.:nl\ 111 :._- bring 1 lif*
limit' d -'/", lir i~ dispi -
ing n( tlifm ;ii
not laM than 20 per cent lesn than
Ihf. 11 '.'ul.11 1 j 1 io.s KuCll
nilil l>e
I |i limi patrons .ind flic gen
11| : i)ii ic will 1 tie i?e lalce
Soecia.1 Notice
. JzfcS llii-lil 1 'in-'I
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tee for ihem- 'Ives that tliey
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