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HP Zbc Zxibnnc Tuesday. April 21, 1914 We -jive below ;i quotation from an American journal. We commend the extract to the consideration of our readers. It expresses in the main what we have all aloug believed. "The vigour with which Premier Asquith acted when the storm broke may be taken as evidence that he did nut suppose earlier in the movement that the Opposition would go to such lengths. Hut had he, and those associated with him, realized the far-reaching efj of ih'' Lloyd George Budget, had the) appreciated the I' ict that in that Budget lav the germ of a new economic state, they would have been prepared for the Tory rebellion. The landed interests of Great Britain know what the Budget means ; and they know from the popular enthusiasm that greets Lloyd George's speeches on the lnnd question that the principle in the Budget will be ex tended year after year until it cats the marrow out of their holdii gs. It is not Irish 11 Rule that they arc opposing ; nor is it to protect Ulster • they have tampered with the army : it is simply and solely a mad effort to preserve the land system of (ireat Britain. The 1 mil system of l ii Britain can be s ived only hv reversing the i ourse of histoiy The Liberal party must be thrown out, the Lords' veto must be restored, and. most of all, means must be found to step the mouth of the pestiferous little Welsh democrat who has fired the Briton's i tion with the idea ti: • God made ill. land for all i lis chil dren, instead of f \ GE.vl LI.M l N? WANTS 10 SEE CHANCELI l >K IN A WARMER PLACE The Marquis n| 1; istol, ac 1 ording to the "tasl An ban I laily I'imes" a pap %  o| repu. lation and standing spoke as f -l!'. vs % %  a ass I Ini .. II ;,mnnstration," at Bu •• I d IIIUIKU, at which Mi II Eislier. \l. P, the II u. W diei < iniiiness, M. P., Mi | i;,,;,! smith, M. P.; the Rev. Lord ManneiHervey,, and Sir James Malcolm, Bart., were on the platform:— He had not the slightest in tention till he was kicked neck, crop and baggage out of his es tates to sell one acre. (Cheers, i He hoped to see every Liberal Minister dead and buried, and every Socialist hung, drawn, and quartered, and he hoped to See Mr. Lloyd George in a much warmer place than the Riviera, where he generally took his holiday, and then he would not sell. Cheers.) Th motto of the Marquis is "Je Noublieray Jamais" ("1 shall never forget."i It is not too much to say that on this occasion anyhow the noble'lord it himself. We are indebted to Capt. A, V. Munroe, Port officer, for the courtesj of a copy of the following Radiogram which was received by the Mail Steamei '•Seguranca" at 10 o'clock last night oil AbdCO. WAR DECLARED WITH MEXICO BY I'lli'. UNITED STATES •Latest Wai News From Sayville, Long Island. Washington.The Navy department to dav chartered the Ward Liner "Mexico" in Mexican waters to be used as a refuge ship at Tampico, The War department to make options mi si v eral othi i steamships i which if chartered, will be usi d as tranftpi irts. Washington.-—The State i ; Navy department to da\ order%  d all American merchant vi ssels tu leave the harbour of V'era Cruz immediately. The Senate also instructed all American consulars and n preservatives to notify all Amei ii an citizens to leave Mexico. Pensai ola,—The Battleship l,->issi|n sailed from here toi d.iy for Mexico. She carries seven hundred marines and two government aeroplanes. Washington Major General I.ponard W ood. chi< I of the itafl command Ami. in orces in Mexico in the advent thai the Army is used according to a statement made by S i rotary "I Wai to-day. Washington.— War was declered to-day with Mexico, President Wilson appeared be^J fore Congress this afternoon ana asked the approval of the use of armed forces now on their way to Mexico, in order to maintain the rights and dignity of the | it is upto'the Government to i United States. The Presidents apply it. ^ Let there be two' plan is to blockade and seize all | points of jeliverv instead of """ee hows or four at the most ; dlowethat|,medonot. 1 hereisa remedy for this unsatisfactory state of affairs, and I .at leseiiWaud the conua will be relieved to the one as gestioll great advantage of Nous. l''|>ers especially who are not ".'"ally fortunate in being .bl %  to employ two or three servants Mexican ports to bring Huerta to terms. £7090 OF THE PEOPLES MONEY SAVED Among other items dropped Al M V canalford but one. and out ..f the Appropriation Bill the slow delivery of Ice. imposes last night and previously, were a ^ reat hardship on them. A for a Motor hire Lngme lor -"" Nl 'usekeeprr can realise r < Nassau £"1090. Wharf at Inagua I l the [ul1 £"1500. Wireless Station at InaJl the Governor and the: gua£>oo. Extending Western I m embers of the Executiv. Cer /> irja 1 |ooo. Extending Western I ,c,,,u s 01 u "' ^xecuuve Cemetery Nassau f1.500.Tot.il L ,:llcl1 would take a look on ;£7090, saved to the Taxpaver. ( ^' : la >' Mori1 "^ t the que u< Not one of these items could I ,<)r,, e d'*g to be served. 1 be claimed to bo necessarv would be an object lesson there is only onword to appl'v tll,: ") d wlfeel sure that they to th.m. and tint ,s, extrava u u 'd ^ convince.l that s. 'Ill IH'HAllt Mn.< r .4.. f gance. is .1 1 urgent necessitv for len anil, the debate* on the several ,1 : "lrove.nent. We do not items reference was made to last ,| 1 ."" of tlle delivery on the years surplus of fioooo, with l1 '; r days oltlie week, it is all other items alreadj vol. we r, 1,1, ,,ut ba !" a v bete ""' r h doubt if these it I passed ina >' caU "** l,ttle self-denial last night, that there would ''* 1 lum out but noblesse obli 8 e < have b in any of that 1 plus am '" SW "$"V to dav. \\edo not.wish to be underjl stood that we are suppliants in this matter, but claimants, wi INCRfc \SI. OF ICE Si IISIDY are not askings a favour, but VHEAD. demanding Ma right, what we On riiursday evening 2nd '. hav it. It iiloss ol time 10 t te pub* lie oci asioned by the protracted delivery on Sunday and the consequent inconvenience is enormous. When it is remembered that the entire community has but ed. The tune is ripe for it. A ; larger subsidy is to be paid, now let the 1 lovernment insist by a clause in the supplemental contiact for a delivery such as is suggested. 1 he public is not considered | as it should be, while the Contractor has it alibis own way. Thus far, we bave dealt with the evils of the present Ice de1



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••'reehows or four at the most allowed fa in to get thut there is entertainment by her subterfugi s)p ply of n^ it must ocd#f tlvat another which is of greater im ici some persons do not get it. We j portance and demands serious of ^""cfth'attune do not. I thought. The most tragic iv there is a remedy for this un; period in the life of man is ado in satisfactoij state of affairs, and j lescence or puberty. It is the le it is up toihe Government to i period when expressions are Ls I apply it. .Let there be two'conveyed and received either 11 pointsof delivery instead of ; for good or for ill, when the one atat ptesenUand the conj youth of both sexes should be gestion will be relieved to the ; carefully guarded against themgreat advantage of House [selves. It is the. period of habit keepers especially who are not forming—When the Governor equally fortunate in being .ble. and his Council tear themselves to employ tvo or three servants from their "downy beds x '11 v can afford but one. and of ease"'on a Sunday Morning j assumed their maiden names, the slow delivery of Ice imposes and make a surprise visit to the and each meeting the other one's a g eat hardship on them. A Ice House, they will ask them, husband fall in love and marry.; good housekeeper can realise it selves "Win has this been alMrs Black thus becoming Mrs. j to the full. lowed? has they watch the White, and Mrs. White becomthe Governor and the seething struggling queue comling Mrs. Black. Neither of the. posed of children from six to manor ladies tell their newly, ten years of age. youths up to married partners thai they have ; sixteen, and so on to older ones, gone through the divorce court and i 'forts to escape from hei troubles. How she finallydoesil and her bitter, yet comical adventures and predicaments, will make th-> exhibition" theaters ring with laughter. A HAPPY FAMILY Mr White and Mrs. Black were originally married to i ich other and divorced. Mr. Black and Mrs. White were also formerlv man and wife and divorced each other. The two ladies maiden i elations an amendment %  to and th' members of the Executive ncil would take a look on ; %  *>ti lay Mowing at the queu< formed waiting to be served, i hoes this make for purity of morals wlin h day-schools Sunday -schools and pulpits are i n fon ins ? No I lme we have a veritawhich the two nun believing they ha married spinsters and the two ladies thinking they have main rd bachelors. None of them have heard of the re marriage of their former husband and wife, and would be an object lesson to them and we feel sure that they would be convinced that there is a i urgent becessitv for anj otlu r inipromment. We do nol hie school for vice, in complain of the delivery on the otlm days of the week, it is all right, but Sundav is bete mir. It M. As. The Prison and thejrented a house too large I i I may call fori little self-denial Hospital are ready to recei< eir needs, so they advert I I i "turn out*but noblesse oblige, them at a loss in money alone for a congenial couple to sliare theyou'igcan soon graduate, I each one is fearful of meeting and ere lone become B. As. and the other. if I! > t %  1 if d ll %  h an 1 m some instances at a ion siderable expoope; why can we i, not have one here, at very little expense and which will be a e. general benefit) Foryearsthe e public has had to put up with is the ui' %  ouveniente complained of. but ii should now be remov ed. The tune isnpe for it. A In %  % %  ;• subsidy Mto be paid, now let the < iovernment insist by a clause in the supplemental coniia %  for a delivery such as is suggested. of about one shilling and pence a day. We do not that a quicker deli> erj of will cure, but we do say will minimise the evil. and it is worth it. We do notjwish to be understood that we are suppliants in this matter, but claimants, wc arc not asking as a favour, but demanding Ma right, what we |n\ for. During the months of Summer the conditions will be much wors %  than they are now. We know of several cases when children snt for Ice, and even adults, have been absent from i to 2 hours, and not through any fault of theirs.but -.imply b • ** cause Kiev could not use been The Mail Steamer "beguranserved quicker. Improvements C" arrived eaily this morning nn taking plate all around us from New Yor six it with them. The Blacks anv ., vi oil the advertis ment and I,,, each former man ami wife con ii front each other separately and as neither one is in the position ia %  _[ % %  r the other one wip/, they ,v< at each other to si crecy and We would like very much to , f ,. for mutual protection thev ague make the acquaintance oi the gentleman who selected the colour now being put on the west< rn wing of the publ c buildings.—() esthetic man how do 1 admire the*—thy taste. to occupy the same house though each individual is in con. Stant dread lest his wife or her husband should discover their former relations to one another. The mother in-l iw of both men makes an unexpei ted visit on her daughter, thereby precipitating the disclosure that the\ all have dreaded. Explanations at i refused by all—Mr. and Mrs. black (the 2nd) with the mother in-law, beat u hasty r treat sad der but wiser, while Mr. and J Mis White 'the and) decided Sell. "Corinthia," reported by j that no one will ever share their wireless, arrived in Jacksonville home again. rowing passengers. Misses Emily Christie and Lillian Young; Messrs John W. Dolch and John Kelley. on Sunday. Following wi give synopses of two of the pictures to be' shown at The Imperial to-mor i row night which certainly give 1 promise of being extremely en The. public is not considered tertaiuing. as it should be, while the Contractor has it all his our. way. Thus far, we have dealt with the evils of thepresent Ice dell Eft WEEK OF ANGUISH. The IIOIIMwife who becomes temporarily e nbarrassed in her BIRTH, BROWN.—Thursday, April if-th. 1914, at Long Ba) Caj s, Andros Island to Ml and Mrs C. O. D. Brown, a son. RADIO April 2 1st 1914 Washington:—After a spirited debate of live hours the house List night pass< d the MI Pri .ui Wilsons pro|j .-al \1 use the aim< d forces o| thi Unih %  si ' tain from (ieneral Huerta the full recognition of the lea un a 11(1 I of the United States flag The vote was 357 to 37. .lust before OIK 1 i.clock tl 1 %  1 uning the hf the constitutionalist altitude would I) • ordered until President VVils ms message 1 is fully understood. Vienna:—A consider ible improvement in the condition of Emperor Francis Jos ph was noted last night, lbs temperaj ture is about normal and general strength good. Washington,: -Major General : Leonard Wood, chiel of stall I of the army will command the : American fours in Mexico should the army be sent there. This announcement was made j today by the s,, i.iiarv of war. Montreal:-Jam s Duffy, of Ontario, Canada. Won the American Marathon. Edward '. Lucre, another < 'aiindian. second and Joseph Corni II, ol Boston, was third. 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WT head, toothache, and muscular rheumatism may undoubtedly be caused by sleeping with open wndo wsdunn B the Sold monSE tb insufficient protection. (To be continued) IMPERIAL THEATRE Wednesday, April 22nd New Reels In a Roman Garden AN EtCEPTIONAl I V GOOD PICTURE A Happy Family ''Comedy) Animated Weekly Her Week of Anguish (Comedy) Prices 6d. 9d. Is. OLYMPIC CAPE 532 £ast Bay Street J> MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS BEST TABLE BOARD Amid Clean \til Cool Sitrrouiidiii^ FRESH JUST ARRIVED AT TOOTE'S !% EAST BAY STREET VEGETABLE SEEDS ^parayus IV, t Cabbage Carrot Cauliflower I Celt-i j Cucumber Egg I'!,.i! i Kohl Rabi Lettuce ;:i"'ciii Cantaloupe Okra Parsley •iiiim I '< Radish S liuacli N|ll.l-ll Tom Ho W. A. MATHER D UNDERTAKER R ES to i inform his friends and the Public that he has m received a complete outfit of "rt.ker. which places h.m in a ;-";"'• "•<•;..,>-.,,: Funerals that! I* entrusted to his care with fuMv'" ; V •'••-''"•": •--! respect '""> s ll:K 'hen patronage Get ^Pr'ces first and prove t.fa, the" r 'he very lowest for the first class iVl u Bicycles for HIRE 10s. pe.' week BRUCEJCHNSON 42 King Street. Mosquito Nets F OR Single and DoubffBet at I k." II. J. RUSSELL, 276 Bay Street, CityJ Rupture Cured The Brooks Appliance Wanted At Once A firs^class washerwoman, to Live cm the premises. Apoly at, tribune Offl e Turnip Bush Beans Extra Early Red Valentine Long "Yellow Ewly S, x vv ,,. ks Stringless I liec n P r| Refugee ••. i,, r ,. / ludson V\ 11 x Lima Hi Also !• louei u £5 Reward P'YfP WNDS reward is, ,\ r ;" ,! *'" hep.iid 10 am ', : : ;" %  inl nion I apprehension Dear.Blra: Altorn.y CH n-ral'a Chamber*, Port of-Bpain, TrluiJad. 11 W. I. -lil-'10. House to Let CHEAP % %  Easl Bay Streel APPLY WITHIN Lar^e English Turkish Bath Towets Size ,| feel _. ,,,. x a f( (i |(| For sale al Williams' Novelty Store 537 539 Hay-strei 1, Kasi Notice '' '' I nd %  laic MI W ,ir„n .. V--I-1 H U>t 1 j '"'••"•. MHI1..IH .,; ;,. ;,_ ,. J 111 V • I III n I "•" %  • I ll . 11, i" 1 iTro\ FOUND At the Easl 1 nd < R [ s land, a centre b nrd skiff I • about ..it ovei The Owner 1 an have sai paying cost of tl.isa li %  %  • „', and expenses of sifVin pro il ol prop %  Apply to Trih me I lin-r ... 11 . 1 „ ITI *"' "< m y"" ' Bipt-mtMr llllllB St<> I I, !* o..ri.l.-,.. ,„<<•..,.. i, h& nup,,,,,,,.,, -' w U.TER K. MOORE x l "" lust t .. ,-,v ..,1 1 \ *r'. u ?V" ':".?""." %  %  :'•• %  ''•'' ">*-.. ,*" ''•' rupiur.. „„ jr.dually fettlu wSETiraiw' h ." w '' %  % % % %  c.n.idar mraaH i; .''"•. T m >' """-l •'". %  "f Urn 1 SSPSS%, ES sj i -.2:i'*;; ,r r ,w,n l o -*• Ynupa iruly. -J MWhltelwad. fo urooka liuplure Appliance Co. N'Olli'li, I 1 1 is '" mr.ii x [>, jind tliI',,!,,,,. „j JIHII 1 have ,,,„,,.,! ,r.v |, Black Smith Si..,p; ., ,,,,„ uy t<> d. anyihiiix in H, e 1 "" %  1 "•I-" HI „rk Horse r;"'.'"^ ^U-Ciall, VII w „,\ „ Aleclianica \ P V. hnlrr, Baj Street E al) (Wharl 11 a^sorimenl --" !,?=,, %  lots '" ; limited M zes 1^ is dis,H. s '"a "' them at 1 no. i, ss i, ari20percen __ -!.. !, >s Watch for the Flower-Show AI IH rHREE &ISTER9 iic %  I'll •" 1 March and Die Bij >u Shingle : Xo. 1 Heart 5 in. Cvpn-i sriuigles at $9.1 | sand of 20 bundli \ Disc-ounts on lots .f, 5110 > shin. Special Price also 011 1 heapi 1 %  1 idi .">'"• t %  '> pre* j,. tliottsjind of 20 Iniudli .,'j price marie p ,, ven larfi ; I' n sh stock i e\ ei \ vvi C C. SAUNDERS. 1 I 1 %  V ul<| i„. Ils ki„ i ,,,, %  ' %  %  %  r>r. Special Nonce N,z menti '" ; R< .1 llnig .„', WllllMM< Wholi| a and Ke, n ,l •""• Carabllshn 1 ni I I la j 1 %  I 1 IR S\| 1 O VB I h.lli |, .... ..,. Dl •"V" ^"•iH.ne.j .„,,,„. „ 1 (,„ 1 rid steam 1 '" |M'tu ulnrs Npply („ Ar'tbui B %  "uttoii. I -t •strt.il fri bss ;T.,;.;.H. cr;; r;,. h A" My Appliance Sent on Trial come J t?.V '", 1' ev Tthl!H ela. • mHBXStt ?";' L w, ^wSXS .' iiiumr.in I book mi HuilturB and MonlVu?! V r V U "" %  >"">• %  2? mini and „,. '. ''" mv PI>llnoe and me extremely .i.iwfiil ft a-lvea t?. vou ,.no > '". u T ""'"'" %  ana aend It ", " "• anybody, trial t P .';" r M ? bu r '• %  "*'' " MM to prove a hat I ,ay la tre. mi. on rm COFPON BELOW „ .*Ml rsT TODAV "-<"' t', IVnr.-. or Sr, to r. 8. A. nti;i: IMOHMATION (III TON C. E. Brooka, <7B.I stato 8t.. Mi (ill an, U H A. Plrnw . n.l m. by poat, In plain wrapPr. your Illuatraird Hook ami full Information about your Appllauvo for tba turn of ruptura. Name A^droaa (I'lraaV wrii. pi'a'i'ii'irV



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"1 en O 50 r o •F-4 s < 0) Nullius adduttis |\irare in verba maidsfrl. Being bound to swear to the Dogmas f no Master. %  VOL. VI. Nassau, N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday-. April 21.1914 No. 120 SON h. !. Ul'l'l ill. r.LUTuw AMI) I'm em > I i H OKPICR |8 H MARKET STRBM Nassau V. P., BAHAMA*. P. ii. It .v 11,:, PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Vedoetdar and Pridaj i ulecopj h i 'Mi> hf df s U ii: i :,| in i i" ivi led with adequate fresh air and sun 11 jht. I iii'-iy rondilii ins of ll ful ring are often i egl ci ed oi ignored whi re real e tale values soar to the Ireights attna % %  1 in New Yoi k, and the proh m nf the archiiecl is to liou*e as m i v pei .mis .is |,r issible witliin I e narrow limits ol a rontracted building site In cityfvtts and lenemmis, as ordinarily pi nined, the i ;er bedi mi aie reduced to tlie meam si dimensions foi ihe hew fil ol p irR -f the house which .i11 reallv less i mporl int. They ,i %  log often rsUga ed to tb e i l f>vnrable locat ion* on dark th di-. II interior courts, and arc fre. '1 !• l\ cr i npd ind nf inade qsute size lo p r nit more sp ice foi a i etentious displ iy i" the pit i and dining room, which are rel itivciv hut little use I. In in % %  : Ii'iini's ;iml small apartments 11 would ti-mllv be not inconvenient and far more sensib' %  lo use the diminutive bedrnon dining* and drnwing-ioom yuiposes and the better-ventilated and more ample p irlor and dining room, opening d ertlj up he stre-t, fur sleeping chambers. Fiequently the city physician'" fir si duty is to remove ins patient from dark bedroom to the lightest and most commodious i torn available. Were sui ii room s no upied mi ire ge ally by the family when in health the physician's presence would be les iften required. The ient p iyer, however, m iy i little clinicin the inti arrangements "I his rooms—this %  itl ded to for him b) his I >11-lit>-• I and the spei ula .huildei. But ihe househi iltler i at I ide foi the fu of las house in such a man id a • the reqniri ments i I .. In the bedro i n, s mpl ici. rupulous should ceynotes. he Ron ild be "I • mil i charaetet as t i permit ml eh ansing i ithi i ha§d M o id i I st.i ined, I noleum ne of the mod n emeni comji isitions which are not c I and inelastic. < lid-fashioned, tai ki I, down carpets have no pi ict in the up-to-date home, least i all in the bedroom. Floor c should be small rug i which may be taken up nid n iroughly clean, ed i often as needed, .1 • %  p mese ci itlon tugs are inexpensive, and are useful foi i iis purp isk, as they c m he easily w she I, Matting 11 undesirable, both on account of its stuffy i dor and on account of the facility with which it permits dusl and dirt to sifi through to the floor below. The walls of the bedroom are rerferably painti I with hard snamel paint winch can be wiped down with a damp cloth, If p II I, Ihe wall paper should Insmooth finished in quiet tints ami inconspicuous pa terns The viviil grai ns, reds, and blu< • tometimes seen in the leneiiieuts are often loaded with dangerous pigments, which may possibly be a cause of arsenica I p nsoning, Large p itterns and I iud, inhai m< mious cod n a are also nut iting lo a s nsitive, nerv. o i person, and are not conducive to the inviting restfulness winch should be i tuiractei istic ol a room dedicated to repose, A multiplicity of ornaments, Inic-a biac, embroidered scarfs, cushions, and table i overs sh I" avoided. They collect dust microbes, and serve DO useful noi artistic purpose; good hygiene and good taste alike frown upon cozy comers, plusli-cowred furniture, and tapestried bed hangings A few simple prints in narrow frames should lie the "lily decoration-, for bed-room walls, and curtains for the windows are be have his o vn bedroom. !i it is occupied by two sTioul I it i ist h ive his own single bed. Metal Ix-ds, of brass or iron are to he rerferred. Folding beds upholstered coucl or ii .eispai -iving contriv mc.es are abominations from the hygienic standpoint. I lair m which can be i-i:ovated an I %  ire In winter greater warmth may be obtained by interposing a heavy army blanket tween '.be mattress and springs, or in I mattress is evi n bettt r Down covei lets or woolen blankets are lighter and warmer than cotton-filled bed i o< i igs, fn our climate linen sheet! are cooler and more comfortable than cotton in summer. The matttess and ling should be well aired | .. morning bi fore the bed is made up Closets opening off from I. rooms should not be mule recef tacles for old shoes, soiled cloth ing, and household rubbish, Tbe successful casnp dgn [ -' dntt tuberculosis has taught physician! and the public that Open bedrooi i windows aie of very great value for many other conditions than consumption. Chronic states of malnutrition and anemia, functional nervou! troubles, and insomnia are often marvelously re. lived by simple expedient of sleeping in tbe pure, fresh air. It is necessary, however, during tbe wilder months to he suitably dressed foi outdoor sleeping. Patients have sometimes MI Herd' through injudicious ami unnecessary exposure from following the well-intentioned advice o' physicians and friends who have not been sufficiently explicit in this particular. Neuralgia.infla munition of the ear, sore throat, cold in the fcontinucdon (.th page


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VOL. VI.
Nassau, N. P.. Bahamas. Tuesday-. April 21.1914
No. 120
SON h. !. Ul'l'l ill.
r.LUTuw AMI) I'm em > I i H
OKPICR |8 H MARKET STRBM
Nassau V. P., Bahama*.
P. ii. It .v 11,:,
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Vedoetdar and Pridaj
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Monthly . is. |
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Vearly .....II
PAYABLE IN ADVANCI
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HYGIENE OF mi
BEDROOM
In i well ordered home I
in .- (It am I r's in prdbabl) of gri it-
or hygienic importance ihan any
ol ei pait of ill'- house, foi Ihey
are the rooms occupied most i
tinuously Hnd for ihe greatest
length ol time. Persoua who
normal lives spend at least
eight hums a dayin iheii bedrooms
i herel ire ii is ob iously ilesir ible
tliat these n> 'Mi> hf df sUii: i :,|
in i i" ivi led with adequate
fresh air and sun 11 jht.
I iii'-i- y rondilii ins of
ll ful ring are often i egl ci -
ed oi ignored whi re real e tale
values soar to the Ireights attna 1
in New Yoi k, and the proh m nf
the archiiecl is to liou*e as m i v
pei .mis .is |,r issible witliin I e nar-
row limits ol a rontracted build-
ing site In cityfvtts and lenem-
mis, as ordinarily pi nined, the
i ;er bedi mi aie reduced to
tlie meam si dimensions foi ihe
hew fil ol p irR -f the house which
.i11 reallv less i mporl int. They
,i log often rsUga ed to tb e i l
f>vnrable location* on dark th di-.
ii interior courts, and arc fre.
'1 ! l\ cr i npd ind nf inade
qsute size lo p r nit more sp ice foi
a i etentious displ iy i" the pit i
and dining room, which are rel i-
tivciv hut little use I. In in :
Ii'iini's ;iml small apartments 11
would ti-mllv be not inconvenient
and far more sensib'* lo use the
diminutive bedrnon dining*
and drnwing-ioom yuiposes and
the better-ventilated and more
ample p irlor and dining room, op-
ening d ertlj up.....he stre-t, fur
sleeping chambers. Fiequently
the city physician'" fir si duty is to
remove ins patient from dark
bedroom to the lightest and most
commodious i torn available. Were
sui ii room s no upied mi ire ge
ally by the family when in health
the physician's presence would be
les iften required.
The ient p iyer, however, m iy
i little clinic- in the inti
arrangements "I his roomsthis
itl ded to for him b)
his I >11-lit>- I and the spei ula .-
huildei. But ihe househi iltler i
at I ide foi the fu
of las house in such a man id a
the reqniri ments i I ..
. In the bedro i n, s mpl ici.
rupulous should
ceynotes. he Ron ild
be "I mil i charaetet as t i permit
ml eh ansing i ithi i had
mo id i'I st.iined, I noleum
ne of the mod n emeni com-
ji isitions which are not c I and
inelastic. < lid-fashioned, tai ki I,
down carpets have no pi ict in
the up-to-date home, least i all in
the bedroom. Floor c
should be small rug i which may
be taken up nid n iroughly clean,
ed i often as needed, .1 p mese
ci itlon tugs are inexpensive, and
are useful foi i!iis purp isk, as they
c m he easily w she I, Matting
11 undesirable, both on account of
its stuffy i dor and on account of
the facility with which it permits
dusl and dirt to sifi through to the
floor below.
The walls of the bedroom are
rerferably painti I with hard
snamel paint winch can be wiped
down with a damp cloth, If
p ii..... I, Ihe wall paper should
In- smooth finished in quiet tints
ami inconspicuous pa terns The
viviil grai ns, reds, and blu< tome-
times seen in the leneiiieuts are often
loaded with dangerous pigments,
which may possibly be a cause of
arsenica I p nsoning, Large p itterns
and I iud, inhai m< mious cod n a are
also nut iting lo a s nsitive, nerv.
o i person, and are not conducive
to the inviting restfulness winch
should be i tuiractei istic ol a room
dedicated to repose,
A multiplicity of ornaments,
Inic-a biac, embroidered scarfs,
cushions, and table i overs sh
I" avoided. They collect dust
microbes, and serve do useful noi
artistic purpose; good hygiene and
good taste alike frown upon cozy
comers, plusli-cowred furniture,
and tapestried bed hangings A
few simple prints in narrow frames
should lie the "lily decoration-,
for bed-room walls, and curtains
for the windows are be muslin or other wash material,
When practicable, it is desirable
for every person t-> have his o vn
bedroom. !i it is occupied by two
sTioul I it i ist h ive his
own single bed. Metal Ix-ds, of
brass or iron are to he rerferred.
Folding beds upholstered coucl
or ii .ei- spai -- iving contriv mc.es
are abominations from the hygi-
enic standpoint. I lair m '
which can be i-i:ovated an I
ire In winter greater
warmth may be obtained by in-
terposing a heavy army blanket
tween '.be mattress and springs, or
in I mattress is evi n bettt r
Down covei lets or woolen blankets
are lighter and warmer than
cotton-filled bed i o< i igs, fn our
climate linen sheet! are cooler
and more comfortable than cotton
in summer. The matttess and
ling should be well aired | ..
morning bi fore the bed is made
up Closets opening off from I.
rooms should not be mule recef
tacles for old shoes, soiled cloth
ing, and household rubbish,
Tbe successful casnp dgn [-' dntt
tuberculosis has taught physician!
and the public that Open bedrooi i
windows aie of very great value
for many other conditions than
consumption. Chronic states of
malnutrition and anemia, func-
tional nervou! troubles, and in-
somnia are often marvelously re.
lived by simple expedient of
sleeping in tbe pure, fresh air. It
is necessary, however, during tbe
wilder months to he suitably dres-
sed foi outdoor sleeping. Pati-
ents have sometimes mi Herd'
through injudicious ami unneces-
sary exposure from following the
well-intentioned advice o' phy-
sicians and friends who have not
been sufficiently explicit in this
particular. Neuralgia.infla munition
of the ear, sore throat, cold in the
fcontinucdon (.th page


HP
Zbc Zxibnnc
Tuesday. April 21, 1914
We -jive below ;i quotation
from an American journal. We
commend the extract to the
consideration of our readers. It
expresses in the main what we
have all aloug believed.
"The vigour with which Pre-
mier Asquith acted when the
storm broke may be taken as
evidence that he did nut sup-
pose earlier in the movement
that the Opposition would go
to such lengths. Hut had he,
and those associated with him,
realized the far-reaching efj
of ih'' Lloyd George Budget,
had the) appreciated the I' ict
that in that Budget lav the
germ of a new economic state,
they would have been prepared
for the Tory rebellion. The
landed interests of Great Bri-
tain know what the Budget
means ; and they know from the
popular enthusiasm that greets
Lloyd George's speeches on the
lnnd question that the princi-
ple in the Budget will be ex
tended year after year until it
cats the marrow out of their
holdii gs. It is not Irish 11 -
Rule that they arc opposing ;
nor is it to protect Ulster -
they have tampered with the
army : it is simply and solely a
mad effort to preserve the land
system of (ireat Britain.
The 1 mil system of l ii
Britain can be s ived only hv
reversing the i ourse of histoiy
The Liberal party must be
thrown out, the Lords' veto
must be restored, and. most of
all, means must be found to
step the mouth of the pestifer-
ous little Welsh democrat who
has fired the Briton's i
tion with the idea ti: God
made ill. land for all i lis chil
dren, instead of f A MARQUIS \\i> \
GE.vl LI.M lN?
WANTS 10 SEE CHAN-
CELI l >K IN A WARMER
PLACE
The Marquis n| 1; istol, ac
1 ording to the "tasl An ban
I laily I'imes" a pap o| repu.
lation and standing spoke as
f -l!'. vs a ass I Ini .. ii ;,-
mnnstration," at Bu I d
iiiuikU, at which Mi II
Eislier. \l. P, the II u. W diei
< iniiiness, M. P., Mi | i;,,;,!
smith, M. P.; the Rev. Lord
Mannei- Hervey,, and Sir James
Malcolm, Bart., were on the
platform:
He had not the slightest in
tention till he was kicked neck,
crop and baggage out of his es
tates to sell one acre. (Cheers, i
He hoped to see every Liberal
Minister dead and buried, and
every Socialist hung, drawn, and
quartered, and he hoped to See
Mr. Lloyd George in a much
warmer place than the Riviera,
where he generally took his holi-
day, and then he would not sell.
Cheers.)
Th motto of the Marquis is
"Je Noublieray Jamais" ("1 shall
never forget."i It is not too
much to say that on this occa-
sion anyhow the noble'lord
it himself.
We are indebted to Capt. A,
V. Munroe, Port officer, for the
courtesj of a copy of the fol-
lowing Radiogram which was
received by the Mail Steamei
'Seguranca" at 10 o'clock last
night oil AbdCO.
WAR
DECLARED WITH
MEXICO
BY I'lli'.
UNITED STATES
Latest Wai News
From Sayville, Long Island.
Washington.- The Navy de-
partment to dav chartered the
Ward Liner "Mexico" in Mexi-
can waters to be used as a
refuge ship at Tampico, The
War department to make options
mi si v eral othi i steamships
i which if chartered, will be usi d
as tranftpi irts.
Washington.-The State i ;
Navy department to da\ order-
d all American merchant vi ssels
' tu leave the harbour of V'era
Cruz immediately. The Senate
also instructed all American
consulars and n preservatives to
notify all Amei ii an citizens to
leave Mexico.
Pensai ola,The Battleship
' l,->issi|n sailed from here toi
d.iy for Mexico. She carries
seven hundred marines and two
government aeroplanes.
Washington Major General
! I.ponard W ood. chi< I of the itafl
command Am-
i. in orces in Mexico in the
advent thai the Army is used ac-
cording to a statement made by
S i rotary "I Wai to-day.
Washington. War was de-
clered to-day with Mexico,
President Wilson appeared be^J
fore Congress this afternoon ana
asked the approval of the use of
armed forces now on their way
to Mexico, in order to maintain
the rights and dignity of the | it is upto'the Government to i
United States. The Presidents apply it. ^ Let there be two'
plan is to blockade and seize all | points of jeliverv instead of
"""ee hows or four at the most
;dlowe B'yoi ice, it must ocatf that
f'^Penonsdonot get it. We
^":'U>that|,medonot.
1 hereisa remedy for this un-
satisfactory state of affairs, and
I
.at
leseiiWaud the con-
ua
will be relieved to the
one as
gestioll
great advantage of Nous.
l''|>ers especially who are not
".'"ally fortunate in being .bl
to employ two or three servants
Mexican ports to bring Huerta
to terms.
7090
OF THE PEOPLES MONEY
SAVED
Among other items dropped Al MV canalford but one. and
out ..f the Appropriation Bill the slow delivery of Ice. imposes ,
last night and previously, were a ^reat hardship on them. A
for a Motor hire Lngme lor -"" Nl'usekeeprr can realise r <
Nassau "1090. Wharf at Inagua I l" the [ul1-
"1500. Wireless Station at Ina- Jl the Governor and the:
gua>oo. Extending Western Imembers of the Executiv.
Cer
/>
irja 1 |ooo. Extending Western I ",c,,,u"s 01 u"' ^xecuuve
Cemetery Nassau f1.500.Tot.il L",:llcl1 would take a look on ;-
7090, saved to the Taxpaver. (^': la>' Mori1"^ t the queu< .
Not one of these items could I ,<)r,,'ed'*g to be served. 1
be claimed to bo necessarv
would be an object lesson
there is only on- word to appl'v tll,:") d wlfeel sure that they
to th.m. and tint ,s, extrava u"u'd ^ convince.l that
. s. 'Ill IH'HAllt Mn. gance.
is .1 1 urgent necessitv for
len
an-
il, the debate* on the several ",1" : "lrove.nent. We do not
items reference was made to last ,|'1."" of.tlle delivery on the
years surplus of fioooo, with ,l1'; r days oltlie week, it is all
other items alreadj vol. we r,1,1, ,,ut,baa-v *bete ""'r h
doubt if these it I passed ina>' caU "** l,ttle self-denial
last night, that there would ''* '1'lum out,but noblesse obli8e<
have b in any of that 1 plus am'" !SW"$"V ,
to dav. \\edo not.wish to be under-
jl stood that we are suppliants in
this matter, but claimants, wi
INCRfc \SI. OF ICE Si IISIDY are not askings a favour, but
VHEAD. demanding Ma right, what we
On riiursday evening 2nd Apnl in reply to a question During the months of Sum-
I by Mi Cole in the House mer the conditions will In-much
of Assembly, tie- Hon. .1 I' worse than they are now. We
Sands replied that, on the sign- know of several c.ises when
ing of a supplemental Contract children s?nt for Ice, and even
tors would hi iid adults, have been absent from 1
150 per Annum by wa\ of to 2 hours, awl not through am
subsidy instead of 100 as paid fault of theinvbut simply be-
at present. in: they could not have been
1 Ins is in conformity with served quicker. Improvements
one of the provisions of the lc are taking place all around us
Amendment Act 191a which and in some instances at a con-
authorises the payment of a siderable expence; why can we
subsidy up to "31 o pei annum, not have one hen-, at very little
and full) recognising the neres expense and which will be a
sit) of a regular supply of Ice. general benefit) Foryearsthe
We h vi- 11 kick, bui yel ve public has had Jo put up with
are of the opinion that then.-is! the mconvenieice complained]
more that we should get beside: of, but it should now be remov
the regularsupply of the article.
We want an expedition (de-
liver) and there 1^ no earthly
rea on why we should in >'. hav
it. It ii- loss ol time 10 t te pub*
lie oci asioned by the protracted
delivery on Sunday and the con-
sequent inconvenience is enor-
mous.
When it is remembered that
the entire community has but
ed. The tune is ripe for it. A ;
larger subsidy is to be paid, now ,
let the 1 lovernment insist by a
clause in the supplemental con-
tiact for a delivery such as is
suggested.
1 he public is not considered |
as it should be, while the Con-
tractor has it alibis own way.
Thus far, we bave dealt with
the evils of the present Ice de-
1



'reehows or four at the most
allowed fa in to get th l''y of ic^ it must or.atf that
ivery from the housekeeper's dpmestic banking, gites a lot of
point of view, l>ut there is entertainment by her subterfugi
s)p ply of n^ it must ocd#f tlvat another which is of greater im
ici some persons do not get it. We j portance and demands serious
of ^""cfth'attune do not. I thought. The most tragic
iv there is a remedy for this un- ; period in the life of man is ado
in satisfactoij state of affairs, and j lescence or puberty. It is the
le it is up toihe Government to i period when expressions are
Ls I apply it. .Let there be two'conveyed and received either
11 pointsof delivery instead of ; for good or for ill, when the
one atat ptesenUand the con- j youth of both sexes should be
gestion will be relieved to the ; carefully guarded against them-
great advantage of House [selves. It is the. period of habit
keepers especially who are not formingWhen the Governor
equally fortunate in being .ble. and his Council tear themselves
to employ tvo or three servants from their "downy beds
x'11 v can afford but one. and of ease"'on a Sunday Morning j assumed their maiden names,
the slow delivery of Ice imposes and make a surprise visit to the and each meeting the other one's
a g eat hardship on them. A Ice House, they will ask them, husband fall in love and marry.;
good housekeeper can realise it selves "Win has this been al- Mrs Black thus becoming Mrs. j
to the full. lowed?-' has they watch the White, and Mrs. White becom-
the Governor and the seething struggling queue com- ling Mrs. Black. Neither of the.
posed of children from six to manor ladies tell their newly,
ten years of age. youths up to married partners thai they have;
sixteen, and so on to older ones, gone through the divorce court
and i 'forts to escape from hei
troubles. How she finallydoesil
and her bitter, yet comical ad-
ventures and predicaments, will
make th-> exhibition" theaters
ring with laughter.
A HAPPY FAMILY
Mr White and Mrs. Black
were originally married to i ich
other and divorced. Mr. Black
and Mrs. White were also for-
merlv man and wife and divorc-
ed each other. The two ladies
maiden
i elations
an amendment
to
and th'
members of the Executive
' ncil would take a look on ;
*>ti lay Mowing at the queu<
formed waiting to be served, i hoes this make for purity of
morals wlin h day-schools Sun-
day -schools and pulpits are i n
fon ins ?
No I lme we have a
verita-
which
the two nun believing they ha
married spinsters and the two
ladies thinking they have main
rd bachelors. None of them have
heard of the re marriage of their
former husband and wife, and
would be an object lesson to
them and we feel sure that they
would be convinced that there
is a i urgent becessitv for an-
j otlu r inipromment. We do nol hie school for vice, in
complain of the delivery on the
otlm days of the week, it is all
' right, but Sundav is bete mir. It M. As. The Prison and thejrented a house too large I i
I may call fori little self-denial Hospital are ready to recei< eir needs, so they advert I
I i "turn out*but noblesse oblige, them at a loss in money alone for a congenial couple to sliare
theyou'igcan soon graduate, I each one is fearful of meeting
and ere lone become B. As. and the other.
if
I!
>
t
1
if
d
ll

h an 1 m some instances at a ion
, siderable expoope; why can we
i, not have one here, at very little
- expense and which will be a
e. general benefit) Foryearsthe
e public has had to put up with
is the ui'ouveniente complained
of. but ii should now be remov
ed. The tune isnpe for it. A
In ; subsidy Mto be paid, now
let the < iovernment insist by a
clause in the supplemental con-
iia for a delivery such as is
suggested.
of about one shilling and
pence a day. We do not
that a quicker deli> erj of
will cure, but we do say
will minimise the evil.
and it is worth it.
We do notjwish to be under-
stood that we are suppliants in
this matter, but claimants, wc
arc not asking as a favour, but
demanding Ma right, what we
|n\ for.
During the months of Sum-
mer the conditions will be much
wors than they are now. We
know of several cases when
children snt for Ice, and even
adults, have been absent from i
to 2 hours, and not through any
fault of theirs.but -.imply b **
cause Kiev could not use been The Mail Steamer "beguran-
served quicker. Improvements C" arrived eaily this morning
nn taking plate all around us from New Yor
six it with them. The Blacks an-
v ., vi oil the advertis ment and
I,,, each former man ami wife con
ii front each other separately and
as neither one is in the position
ia _[ r the other one wip/, they
,v< at each other to si crecy and
We would like very much to ,
, f ,. for mutual protection thev ague
make the acquaintance oi the
gentleman who selected the
colour now being put on the
west< rn wing of the publ c
buildings.() esthetic man how
do 1 admire the*thy taste.
to occupy the same house
though each individual is in con.
Stant dread lest his wife or her
husband should discover their
former relations to one another.
The mother in-l iw of both men
makes an unexpei ted visit on
her daughter, thereby precipita-
ting the disclosure that the\ all
have dreaded. Explanations at i
refused by allMr. and Mrs.
black (the 2nd) with the mother
in-law, beat u hasty r treat sad
der but wiser, while Mr. and
J Mis White 'the and) decided
Sell. "Corinthia," reported by j that no one will ever share their
wireless, arrived in Jacksonville home again.
rowing passengers. -
Misses Emily Christie and
Lillian Young; Messrs John W.
Dolch and John Kelley.
on Sunday.
Following wi give synopses
of two of the pictures to be'
shown at The Imperial to-mor i
row night which certainly give1
promise of being extremely en
The. public is not considered tertaiuing.
as it should be, while the Con-
tractor has it all his our. way.
Thus far, we have dealt with
the evils of thepresent Ice de-
ll Eft WEEK OF ANGUISH.
The Iioiim- wife who becomes
temporarily e nbarrassed in her
BIRTH,
BROWN.Thursday, April
if-th. 1914, at Long Ba) Caj s,
Andros Island to Ml and Mrs C.
O. D. Brown, a son.
RADIO
April 21st 1914
Washington:After a spirited
debate of live hours the house
List night pass< d the !
mi Pri .ui Wilsons pro-
|j .-al \-1 use the aim< d forces o|
thi Unih ' si ' tain from
(ieneral Huerta the full recogni-
tion of the lea un a 11(1 I
of the United States flag
The vote was 357 to 37.
.lust before oik 1 i.clock tl 1
! 1 uning the h and the foreign
mittee repot
striking out a
(ieneral Iluerta.
The United States armyo
were crowd d From morning un-
til night with men asking for
active set vice.
Editors and 0 vners of \ 1
papers of the country urge sup-
port of I 'residi ii Wilsons action
In London it i tho ight that
there will n< t
military motei lent and it is be
lieved That I luerta w ill come to
terms. It is held that intervi n.
tion will benefit the Bril
financial and commercial in-
terests ill Mexico.
Vera Cruz; Tl bl ad
this port began yestei I IJI
Rear Admiral of the fleet ordei
ed all American merchant
sels in the harbour to leav I e
Ward Line steamer Mexico was
one of the first to get uodei way
and she'vvil) l"' us* d as a 1
ship at Tampico.
Chihuahua, Mexico: -Gen-
eral Carranza md Villa conf 1
red together all day. Anooum e-
ment was made that no si
ment <>f the constitutionalist al-
titude would I) ordered until
President VVils ms message 1 is
fully understood.
Vienna:A consider ible im-
provement in the condition of
Emperor Francis Jos ph was
noted last night, lbs tempera-
j ture is about normal and gener-
al strength good.
Washington,: -Major General
: Leonard Wood, chiel of stall
I of the army will command the
: American fours in Mexico
should the army be sent there.
This announcement was made
j today by the s,, i.iiarv of war.
Montreal:- -Jam s Duffy, of
Ontario, Canada. Won the
American Marathon. Edward
'. Lucre, another < 'aiindian.
second and Joseph Corni II, ol
Boston, was third.
Duffy's time was &ve hours,
twenty' I've minutes and one
second.
<


WT
head, toothache, and muscular
rheumatism may undoubtedly
be caused by sleeping with open
wndo wsdunnB the Sold monSE
tb insufficient protection.
(To be continued)
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Wednesday, April 22nd
New Reels
In a Roman Garden
AN EtCEPTIONAl I V
GOOD PICTURE
A Happy Family
''Comedy)
Animated Weekly
Her Week of
Anguish
(Comedy)
Prices 6d. 9d. Is.
OLYMPIC CAPE
532 ast Bay Street
J>
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
HOURS
BEST TABLE BOARD
Amid Clean \til Cool
Sitrrouiidiii^
FRESH JUST ARRIVED
AT TOOTE'S
!% EAST BAY STREET
VEGETABLE SEEDS
^parayus
IV, t
Cabbage
Carrot
Cauliflower
I Celt-i j
Cucumber
Egg I'!,.i! i
Kohl Rabi
Lettuce
;:i"'ciii
Cantaloupe
Okra
Parsley
' iiiim
I '<
Radish
S liuacli
N|ll.l-ll
Tom Ho
W. A. MATHER
D UNDERTAKER
. RES toi inform his friends
and the Public that he has
m received a complete outfit of
"rt.ker. which places h.m in a
;-";"' "<;..,>-.,,: Funerals that!
, I* entrusted to his care with
fuMv'" ;V '-''"": --! respect
'""> s'll:K 'hen patronage Get
^Pr'ces first and prove t.fa, the"
"r'he very lowest for the first class
iVl u
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. pe.' week
BRUCEJCHNSON
42 King Street.
Mosquito Nets
FOR Single and DoubffBet
at I k."
II. J. RUSSELL,
276 Bay Street, CityJ
Rupture Cured
The Brooks Appliance
Wanted At Once
A firs^class washerwoman,
to Live cm the premises.
Apoly at,
" tribune Offl e "
Turnip
Bush Beans
Extra Early Red Valentine
Long "Yellow Ewly S,x vv,,.ks
Stringless I liec n P r|
Refugee . i- ,, r ,.
/ ludson V\ 11 x
Lima Hi
Also ! louei......u
5 Reward
P'YfP WNDS reward is,
,\ r" ;",! *'" hep.iid 10 am
', :,:' ;" inl nion
I
" apprehension
Dear.Blra:
Altorn.y CH n-ral'a Chamber*,
_ Port of-Bpain, '
TrluiJad. 11 W. I.
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