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Zbe tribune SiMur.in, April 2 5, 1914 What a strange tangle this Mexican affair is! I he Wils HI Administration on assuming office forms a pious resolution that it will not re cognize nondemocratic irreguaritiesSo irregular and mi scrupulous I luerta is unrecognized from ihe lirst b) the govern ment of the United States. While frowning on Huerta's dii tatorship the I S. President makes up Ins mind to avoid war, in fact d not in name. And what is to happen nexl ? Are I luerta and his Mexican rivals on the point of sinking their differences lor the tune in a< ommon enmity agains.t the United .Mates ? And, if 50, is it not possible that the Unit< d States may have a terrible task On its hands in the shape of a war against united Mexi< o ? On the other hand, however, Uncle Sam may get a chain e to end the matter by driving a good diplomatic bargain with united Mexican chiefs If thai salute could be fired, andil something approaching to a constitutional I lection could take place, Pres denl VVil sou might be glad i > reco • the ( i overr.ment that would fol low such an Lie. uon and enter into friendly relations \\ ith it. It is better to drop a very hot • tto tiiaa to squeeze it with the nak< d hand. L ning the Imp trial I '' ire, to a lull h mse gave a leautiful selection of pictures A hi ;h were highly appre iati 1 by the audience; tonight, \\ e un di rstand, there will li %  a ch inge <>f programme and an ith ir ex cell'-nt show m t) be expecte I. BIRTH I ui -! i\ 2is1 April, 19" I. T Augusta Si to V!r. an I Mis Vfervin Sawyer, a daughter. ,* RADI I April J-,III I i! | Vera Cm/: To lay a train load of Ami rican refugees ar [ived a: Vera Cruz Tlv y to I dramatic stoi \ of ho \ f >i hour* in thf capital in ilis paraded the • tr< etnand trampled on the Stai 'and Stripesand shouted "Death to the Ameri* ans". Boo Americans remained an it is said thai tin y are i great danger. The number of Amerii i killed so far is 17. The ni ml of Mexicans about 150 kill id and 300 wounded. The battleship Louisiana arrived at Vera Cruz toda) and landed bluejackets and mari 1 s. The Battleship Mississij pi is. preparing to do the same. About 500 regulars embark ed aboard transports at Galves ton, Texas, today, they will -ail for Vera Cruz immediately. MAGISTRATES COURT April 6.— Dionisio De Gregory Using profane and indeci t language. 10s. Thomas Fulford—Using abusive and threat) ning .Jam. 1. towards W. I' Willerup \\ ithin hearing of persons in street tending to a breach of th< 1 25s. or 21 day s. rheophilous Wilsi >n -Assaulting and beating James Motle\ — 8 strokes. Israel Bethel Using ti reats of personal \ mh ice towar Is wife -I lamet lli thel I iound m his own recognizance i 1 / 5 to keep the peaqe fi a ; months 7. Joseph Smith —1. Breach Street Traffic Rules, is. 2. Aim si' e language towards Constn Me \\ .1 1S 01 Dismissed. 8. Frederick # Fountain-1. Drunk. Dismissed. 3 Using ; ni" and indecent lane, 1 1 lismissed. 5. Assaulting Sei leant Fishe in the executi in %  'f Ins duty. £l. or > 1 days. Charles VVltitehead t,Vi< toria Blatcli -•. and Km ma Blatch 3. —Fighting within si^ht an 1 hearing "f pers<>ns in Do I well Street, 1 and 2 < a' h 1 Bs or 2 1 days. 3. I >ismiss< d Ethel L; n >h and \l 1, .., Thompson Fighting in Blue Hill Road. Lynch 18s. or il dav-. Thompson 14s. or 12 days, ..* REVENONS A \'< >s MOUTONS, After an unavoidable delay of some weeks, we notice thai work ha-, been resumed on The li ind Stand, and is we i ile.erve its gradual d elop nenl we are convii 1 ed 'hat the site is not well 1 hos a. It would lose nothing if it were moved to the [approacl to thi Library, but I gain a great de il m point ol appeared e. Lord Brougham often quoted by n Spanish pro\ n!i s, "A wi-e man changes hi opinion, but a fool never," and < ontrnry to the opinion we at last held, we a iw unrese ved lv r inge on. \ 9 on the sidi of ihe wise m u 1 id take no shame of in 1 isistency for so 1 1 ii ig, I listory is replete with the names of h is • who ia\ e j ielded to their better judgment 111 the face of th 'ir former con\ ictions, and in our own da) instances recu lo us of 1 ian\ f real me 1 w\ 0 have be ome 1 itei by surrendi ring theii I inner opinions to the voi( e of reason. The only things that stand in way are two I rees hich can not be :i garded as ornaments to the avi nue, they are s n. 'dl and d< LV nerate -| ecimeus, ai d th< ir ien..\ d to allow the ngi vould bea i>.:\ t ie l Ui 1 I '" %  / an I not di s tro\ it. \\ e 1 ;..,1 :, is th obj tiou raised b) I Board of Woi!.-. We cast no 1 11 %  • ion u| j idgment of fie gentlemen omposing I Board, but it 1 < not confiimed I y other gen I men "I 1 qua! i itell.ge ice. A lew days a 0 1 n iioa oi toe ban i stand was \ iewed bj se'\ • al and the) unanimous!) agreed thai, nt site is extremely inappropriate and undesirable ie of t 11 m were of th ie wheat his; ibou itlv, and some were then indi but we all ar low converted to the opini n th it the only 1 I for it IS IN '1 IK AVENI I. •! Laurel. It it 'ere there pi the disp isition of the audien %  would he vastly impr ved on all points, as |so ih%  • 1: •If a referendum 1 a, v. e are onfidi nt thai I ; al' w il I be Ie. II tin I %  a pi ineiple in volved, we might understand the Board' > ; l itu Ie of dis lent, but failing 'I.is, thir persistent opposition to the wish of the inan\ is indefensible, and sav' mis of that lirst century Roman Governor who would he an auoniah m democratic time. Where nought hut harmony ^l hi ihe dominant chord, the appl %  "I discord 1kx sown. The ere 1 ion of the band stand is a purel) v< iluntai \ ihe outcome ui a laudable •eii prom 1 ite and prn ide 11 ami health) recn ation for the p < %  mil ii should be a pleasure is a so a duty foi the governing bodj to aid by every means in th power anj ^^^ 1 trerj effort I 1 1 ards sell help, an 1 if consequent uplfting in the S(>( ial scale b\ th •people themsi Ives. ^ We lo earnestl) req lest the Hoard if Works 1 1 n consider their d icision and \ icl 1 to the popular wish. In so d 1 ng they w ill sustain no loss of dignity whatever, hut add u %  uestionabl\ to their past ami present pn slig %  and gain the unqualified ap iroval and ilia :s of#he Public. Ola iNHWI DISES ilNJUSS. .* 1NTERNATI0N \l. MlOf^L OF CORRESPONDENCE Apri -•) 1914. Editor rribune hear Sir: "Ilow the members amoured f ir trained men to hitter the state of affairs. II trau.ed men are '.' me d Thi PRO. E T ( 1 ).\Vs letter in your issue of the -' ird inst serves to point my tale.') course traine men are needed 'ere, but how %  re w e to eei them? The I.C.S. will t' ined om youths and "in 1 ' %  loo, a nd make them the 1 ' :' any foreign importatii in, v • wi\ e the brains lei the I.C.S do the rest. II C, CHRISI IK. Representati • e in the Bahamas Easti r Mondav al Lo \& Bay C OS. 1 donday formi nother 1 ,f those inti 1 \ Is > hie %  usually happen r< 1 entl) bi tv een the genera! moni ti aki rs H ho said '<> the young ladi s "W hy yOurj ; turn on: to lay isdecid lly beauj ; tiful Vou h.i'l. like 1 flowei Ml den of Easter 11 li intygpajfsei with ribbons • %  ]u ,IK i


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,,f tins Colon;, know are proeres >iQ IK i>v von 710 W'lini the j*iocession irrived a t the HallJ] vere s> ated and the Presiden Mr. Hezekiah SMIIIII ad Ires 'I them i nd an mi tome of the rules wi s then read by the Voting Secretary Miss Lmily Si i irt. immedi itelj after Chairman Jabez I 'Brien isked Catechi • %  David Brown l,, r an rhis old veteran of the C#urch gave a parsonic eration and ei nuraged them to an forward in their good work. The next spea i ir was C. > ! %  Brown, |. P. 1 his gentleman in delivering his iration said that (his Society U r.ugh par! y dis tegarde 1 is thi 'inly one oi' Long Bay Cays in i isequenee "I its beiiij,' inrorp irated with the Governmi nt a i I that th< mass of people lere would be supe' riorilv bettered financii lly i[ Ihey united ai d formed one so. cietej I le remarke I of several S ties In re whit h existed until a haiidso in sun w isaccumulated and then both w ietyand monej ili-, ip| a red in one knew whiIhi Add;ses b rig over, efresh its, wttch were abi ndant, wen : 'It' all, then d incing began which wi nt on until neai• lj sunset. Shortly bcf< re they left the Hall Presiden smith deman ; ind isk< I e well known \lr I I Til rj for an a Idn his rhetoric I course w high and verl' %  lh it Mi Bro* n Dt ggi d the an lience to excuse Mr Curry. I pon this Mr Currv lose and use 1 the follow in | words "Ladi< and gentlemen please exei.se ne i" tnj very high langua§ i I am from the I louse a id i m dono better'. I he Budien laugV;d uproariously at these am i ing spei i i pi 11. ilk, Mi C irrj 's, The Hall n-w rose,s ing the Xation.il All hem and Mr. Brown movei three cheers for II Majesty The King aftei which the pr< i —ion reformed and marched < the President's home where il ej were finally dismissed, In learning the statistics ol this associate n Mr Smith 'who h is held the I'.-i si.I.-nee for up wai(P5W t .veal v yens must be commended ror his assiduous and mil ifatig blfl efforts in settin 1 ,' this S >ei i, on firm basis Tieregalia used pri sented a scene quite un nown here, and it is through th • ifforts of the Presi lent thai these were obtained B Address from the Inhabitants ol I ireen Turtle Cay To Thos. A. I hompson, E o Public School le.i her. April 8th, 1914 Sir. We, the inhabitants of Green Turtle Cay feel that we cannot allow you to leave our shores without expressi ig t" you our very sin< ere regt t a the loss of so efficient a teacher, and one who we all know ii.is done his work ungrudgingly in ordei to bring this School to the stand ai 1 it now attains Your five years here have not been asted 01 a blank, fi r every i"ii! can fully realize he at tainments th< 11 child or children have mad'during tlie|tinie, and! is to be hoped that your successor may try to keep Uie School up to the standard it now attains We cannot but feel downcast as we assemble to say good bye for we can saj in all truth that it is with ih-ep regret that we part with you, and we believe that that same regret is shar d by you, an I ihal ever pray thai your new sphere ul work in the near futun may be crowned w i li ever) $uo ess as has b en yours in the past. We shall ever pi ij thai (i "1 may had and direct you in the future as in the past and miv your future work be crowned with e\' ss. \ I in com lusion we do wish you and family • i 1 o-s; ie id and will ask that you may ever think of as in youi prayers, hope we shall do by you. And now we Baj goodbye we can just realize y< ut crowned work, but feeling that the ch oiej' means promotion to you in every waj lei us rejoice for your sake and sav as the g iod old I Ivinn says G id be with you till me inert again. E. Willis Bethel Andrew S. \l O'Brien, August is Roberts I inklin Currj Ch*s. R. C. vVakefield & fi others. R| IMA' TO ADDR1 SS (ireen Turtle Cay April 18th 1 .1 |. The Inhabitants d i ,r 1 n Turtle Cay I tender you my sincere thanks lor tins appreciative token of ti Bteem and kind regard you have foi me. My service here has been ungrudgingly given and I have done mv best to bring the School and rnysell to a higher standard. Il fills me with satisfact HI to know th it you regard my time an ong you well spent. 1 hi ve giv< n you my best, no man can do more, 1 have tried to d > my duty in the most plea sant way I have loved the children; thej have loved me; and to this love and Jhe Divine Blessing I attribute my success. It is I assure you great sorrow on my part to sav Goodbye. I heartily thank you for your kind wishes for me in the newwork the Board of Education has chosen for nie; and for your prayers in behalf of my family and myself. 1 shall never forget you and shall ever pray that Our Fathers blessing may vest upon this plac and people. Yours sincerely THOS. A. THOMPSON. Mr. 'Thompson, referred to above, is now Second Master of The Boys 1 C< otral School. [Ed. o Nassau N. P. April 25th 1914. labor 'Tribune I >r.i • Sir, R mlying to your Correspondent's li tter of yesterday signed "( In 'The Lookout" will say.— The Medical health officer verj courteously offered to board the "Frances E" after sunset on Wednesday if we 1 ou!d furnish ban Electric light on board In thismatter he was quite within In 1 rights, Y' uis truly C. C. SAUNDERS. Owm 1' "Trances E" Cargo shipped per Mail Steamer "Vigiiancia" bound for NewYork, April 24th 1914. 339 bales sponge, 301 bales Refuse Sponge, 689 bales Sisal. J4 bales Sisal waste, 65 bis shells, 3 cases Curios, 11 bbls Grape fruit, 107 crates 'Tomatoes, 13 crates Pepper, 12 bbls Honey, 11 tons Lignumvitae, 10 packages Effects, so cases Pine Apple Juice, 25 cases canned Pine Apple, 51 bales Bark, 9 cases Preserves, 8 head (ireenTurtle, 5 pa k ;Ljes Sundries. Notice A PPLICATIONS will be received bv the undersigned, until the 15th proximo for the position of Sexton of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. For particulars as to duties etc. Apply to G. H. GAMBLIN Hon. Secretary. April 25th, 1914. 1 wk. Wanted to Purchase A Lot of land with a four roomed House with piazza, .and all necessary out buildings, for residential purpose. Apply TRIBUNE 25th April, I wk. %  I aiifiiiiii -::'.? jv-..-%  T mwi.:;.i!-.a UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that 1 e has just received a complete outfit of facilities |<>r the buisnftSS of an undertaker, which places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with tystem and despatch ; and respect fully solicits then patronage (iet my Prices first and prove that they are the very lowest lor the first class work. Notice of Removal \\/l' are desirous to notify <>ur VV friendand th* public that w e ii ive removed from Dillei Street to B ue I I dl Road, wheie we hops to resume our regular buisness. on Monday 5th May I. V*. WALTER F WI.IKeCo. blue I lid Road aitli April 1 wk, Shingles Best No. 1 Hearl 5m. Cypress Shingles at X9.60 per thousand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5OOO shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades -also 5in. Cypress at 16.7a pei thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large pun base. Fresh stock arriving every week. C, C. SAUNDERS. /



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I J. J -. JU 1 .' hiida cable ship was • ;nl oul to] ends (i the I i> rial, and, /liei in. Mil ch : of i, it. Bounding from tl ship found a depth ol I %  irkabledepi i Los San I %  15,, 1 the mainland, and • >ut h ilf a m THE BEST I'INEAPPELAND IN THE BAH WAS. HA BAY, 1 RA. l\ BUTLER WILL SELL \ I PUBLIC \IV [( (N A I '•I I till midof land Hal t I on the l-i.r and j reputed to be 1 land in the 1 %  %  n r r 1 le] and balan FRESH |UsT VKRIVF.I) IAYSTI VI il I \BI.E -I I rvuaaaaeHiaa i %  i%  ., .* % % % %¡ < 1IIQ3 I I .* % % % %  !! .IBBBliM %  *a The 'Alle; ai B oxacll ta in \ 1 1 i 1 KM • %  • I %  %  %  K %  I I %  "Allenburj avoided b' lU-ianna-M.mii^araLnnnrirjaJuac-BaanLiaLn-iQuunaDDaDL^ HIMBJOBMI* Scientific C/crftainties. ,_ %  -- IIHH!IIIIi. I. Milk Food Prom p mpMet Infant Feeding n<: LEN & HANBUftYS LTD., LONDON, ENGLA ID III + anrummmmm*XMiiu>au*rr.Bn. ^ % %  n < B [.; % % %  n %  %  %  [! % % %  ;: %  > %  !". % %  !: % % %  ran I mmr. %¡ % %  M n M %  > LlllttK %  :,nnn mi" %¡ % %  v 1 anu -.not riaua IM. ri 1 %  : %  >* %  %  !•! I I Cai 1 lower Cueui Leti P,i inion I' hsh W ill IAMS I 11. SHI it 1 ,1 .-1 n 1 m ill "I I.IMICS. Misses and Gents Sample Boots Rru Sh i in ONI I V 1 \> I'tlREI in 1' %  Will' m 1, I he Sh lem M> %  1 linn' in.' not less than ?J) per leul It ss %  His ki %  Special Noiire o f t h e I io v e s i zes IT. %  n I i o 1 and in call I 11 will Il ' ire "li'.iinii i Bargains il Williams' Wholesale rind Retail Shoe Establishment reel i ly) \\ 71*. v I in al \ \ Itockof II WAN L'lG \R> larantec our li ' I ''• ith in tli' ^ the paiionasi 1 |. I.. A Street. 1 ^-^ti "NEW N ITIONAL" ;> •II. AI." II IND IACHINES %  NEW 1 > 1 D" a •Ruav FOOT MACHINES i: \l I. BY CHAS. E, ALBURY Ml! %  Long "Yi i %  Lima Bi Vlso I Large English Turkish Bath Towels t 2 in. x 2 ft. 6 in I'm salt ;it W illi tins' Novi Ity Si Bay-street, Easl 1 1 %  % % %  I I %  — %  %  — % % %  — %  %  %  %  Mosquito Nets -(|R S indD ubli Beds at "The Shamr II .1. RUSSELL. j l'.i\ Street, City 1 e y e 1 e s for HIRE 10s. per week BRUCEJOHNSON 42 King Street. OLYMPIC CAFE J i' .4 MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS BliSl FABLE 130 L .! mi I Clean \nd C Surroun lYti UM) writ 1 land, %  that I I untie IhSbo,,; an : ' '• ' ially Ml >• ork d micallv. pn rty. P \. Huyli '. I\ to I ribunt Strei 'I. LSI (Wh Notice \Y £5 Revvstrd T I h vi on lian rn i. 1 ed .in anj [7IVE POUNI Mi 1 House to Let CHEAP (.50 1'.. Baj Stn el APPLY WITHIN • or ii : ] com il [01 h mdlii \| |. '' it DW I' i'A't 11 IN, ,. s.iuth. w U-I'KH K. \l< (ORE



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3 Q 80 > 0) CD <# 0) 0 (D 0) Nvillivis r April 25. 1914 No. 124 K m l.o\ l L'l (li, • OKKI I | l;| i:i Ma ii I MI VIA i tusMicn mm. M ... ... tltly • R i ii PWABI A • i \. \ .i IN, vv ful \tlanl l II i Mc\. I : I d V ra I I % %  insult to tin\in-1 lean m up i"u on 11n II %  : ,||l III' I H||l 'I I.ml |)u| II III I lir I \ I ' %  h %  I (li that '• transp %  • if rs it> P necn otd p • %  ; ii \lMI i II |MII |s. I rr\ ill nit i oi mi inevJrnd w ill i' imorce :i ol i MI .-I'ii %  %  .in 1 one gunbe*at LI Mi-' i | • %  '.'l'l 1 ' .ii Sam Pedro, Iso has fa '/B i %  • land i % %  ill "" I > \\ i/ure %  ft( %  • 1'ints in the event i ||i I refusal to i|„' \mi i ic n rolori will i • in itsell i \.r FOIIHV open hosl %  A ill it li ,I-I m II : \ ..l i• • 11 %  I intci I : • tut hem tep l'l" i the I i* patchmg 111 is I Vxii in wati mi au : ,' 'i 'mi .,!• ith I the 1'iiiti is atisI he arrest of tl Pre. sni( nt I li mi i lo ordei a lalut i to I., waj nt lepa, i ed afthi Mexicans to flie Unit' 11 was d %  V i n St li's mail ; on Inhack, rresled, 5| ill !i stati | ' %  % %  M' xi< C ti ha : : i'i ii I."' up I \ a [i ill n 1 WJLS iM I Ml; >UGH VI I il 11 .I'M \ 'II: wai • for Mexican sent ti mei I this to \:n, i i HI IIDI' in. ^'p lo • ii' • ti : 1t the d no i leni luerl ,,,!, idi d to n r his refusal . | ihe \11>-1 ii -in di mand, A IV :;_• t. 11 till il chqnm Ithai I luerta u i in call the nati lalore tog ''.In i .it Mexico t 'it\ o submitting the to 1,1'lln i 01 „ 0 | I j ie d in the den an I Such i t i; %  ( %  Huerta fit con%  %  | %  il resp -il'ility in | HI in iking the ,i ,, i, more te|y a nation'.IL $o far us V\ i ton is i cern, %  • • %  • n nt that tin mcidi II: II I" il has been . | no utbof diplorrt i will be i I to obtain a ...r i on I rom now on I ..,. %  | %  il lo till* United Stati %  %  %  nment, it rta will I t" inti rpret the %  ol ihe Washington adminisft iiion in ins own waV. TO GET SAN( I I' >N OF II INGRE& As yet no ultimatum ha I en .1 to Huert limit in which the I iit SI I will expeci favorable action by him, bui if he has not %  his intention to i p tration l irnves in fne gull M ill i111iii ant ports ind Kefore an) act ol thi : I will fo he mill i. %  %  ol coi ,n,ti • iv. I he l'i'''i lent's plans to n .n immedi ite : %  ..!,; i im thenation. ,il legislal In et : %  ieral plan as i rj stood here now the I in M)zing p i' s : "' '' ; "' IUM8 %  | merely '1" this as ,m in-nli, and % %  %  ' l a deel iration in adv nice th I rts w ill be i lished It iatifa< If Huerta sfinul I n fuse ti the %  % %  %  %  a-iJ should open hostilities it would tli' i '''• '"i this •rnment to un lerl militan • "' N1,N| With this conl "til 1 being made to %  : I 'l'" in re idines I i m >ve at a moment's ni| arrots the Rio Grande rhere are now a wn i f"i months been mol lized with a vi p .ssible service i.n Mexico. As yet howevei ii i order has been issued fo, the movement o! inji i ldi '' I M^TMOl.'AKKS l-OUM HOLK IN iV tl l'< >M '! %  SKA. \ 'milii-\iil} vv; : I in tii" li itl'Hii -, ,1 nil till' COS ol I bj .;,,. i nt Ci ntral American i arth .martfii q^bl was broken, Continued bn fourth page • ;:


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rta will I t" inti rpret the
ol ihe Washington adminisft i-
iion in ins own waV.
TO GET SAN( I I' >N OF
ii INGRE&
As yet no ultimatum ha I
en .1 to Huert
limit in which the I iit SI I
will expeci favorable action by
him, bui if he has not his
intention to i p tration
l irnves in
fne gull
M ill i111iii
ant ports ind Kefore
an) act ol thi
: I '
will fo
he mill i.
ol coi '
,n,ti iv. I he l'i'''i lent's
plans to n
.n immedi ite
:..!,; i im thenation.
,il legislal
In et ': ieral plan as i rj
stood here now the I
in M)zing p i's ':"' '';- "' ium8
| merely '1" this as
,m in-nli, and '''l a
deel iration in adv nice th I
rts w ill be i lished It
iatifa< '
If Huerta sfinul I n fuse ti
the '- '
a-iJ should open hostilities it
would tli' i ''' '"i this
rnment to un lerl
militan "' N1,N|-
With this conl "til 1
, being made to : I 'l'"
in re idines I i m >ve at a
moment's ni|
arrots the Rio Grande
rhere are now a
. wn i f"i months
been mol lized with a vi
p .ssible service i.n Mexico. As yet
howevei ii i order has been issued
fo, the movement o! inji i ldi
''
-
I M^TMOl.'AKKS l-OUM
HOLK IN iV tl l'< >M '!' SKA.
\ 'mil- ii-\iil}
vv;, : I in tii" li itl'Hii
-, ,1 nil till' COS ol I bj
.;,,. i nt Ci ntral American
i arth . pan ,,',, auii.. nti n port! A i
rcs'ull o( thes i a I qi '.
s^>martfii q^bl was broken,
Continued bn fourth page

;:


Zbe tribune
SiMur.in, April 2 5, 1914
What a strange tangle this
Mexican affair is!
I he Wils hi Administration
on assuming office forms a pious
resolution that it will not re
cognize nondemocratic irregu-
arities- So irregular and mi
scrupulous I luerta is unrecogniz-
ed from ihe lirst b) the govern
ment of the United States.
While frowning on Huerta's
dii tatorship the I S. President
makes up Ins mind to avoid
war, in fact d not in name.
And what is to happen nexl ?
Are I luerta and his Mexican
rivals on the point of sinking
their differences lor the tune in
a< ommon enmity agains.t the
United .Mates ? And, if 50, is it
not possible that the Unit< d
States may have a terrible task
On its hands in the shape of a
war against united Mexi< o ?
_ On the other hand, however,
Uncle Sam may get a chain e to
end the matter by driving a
good diplomatic bargain with
united Mexican chiefs
If thai salute could be fired,
andil something approaching
to a constitutional I lection
could take place, Pres denl VVil
sou might be glad i > reco
the (ioverr.ment that would fol
low such an Lie. uon and enter
into friendly relations \\ ith it.
It is better to drop a very hot
! tto tiiaa to squeeze it with
the nak< d hand.
L ning the Imp trial
I '' ire, to a lull h mse gave a
leautiful selection of pictures
a hi ;h were highly appre iati 1
by the audience; tonight, \\ e un
di rstand, there will li a ch inge
<>f programme and an ith ir ex
cell'-nt show m t) be expecte I.
BIRTH
I ui -! i\ 2is1 April,
19" I. T Augusta Si to V!r. an I
Mis Vfervin Sawyer, a daughter.
,*
RADI I
April j-,iIi I i! |
Vera Cm/: To lay a train
load of Ami rican refugees ar
[ived a: Vera Cruz Tlv y to I
dramatic stoi \ of ho \ f >i hour*
in thf capital in ilis paraded the
tr< etnand trampled on the Stai -
'and Stripesand shouted "Death
to the Ameri* ans".
Boo Americans remained an
it is said thai tin y are i great
danger.
The number of Amerii i
killed so far is 17. The ni ml
of Mexicans about 150 kill id
and 300 wounded.
The battleship Louisiana ar-
rived at Vera Cruz toda) and
landed bluejackets and mari 1 s.
The Battleship Mississij pi is.
preparing to do the same.
About 500 regulars embark
ed aboard transports at Galves
ton, Texas, today, they will
-ail for Vera Cruz immediately.
MAGISTRATES COURT
April 6. Dionisio De Grego-
ry Using profane and indeci t
language. 10s.
Thomas FulfordUsing abu-
sive and threat) ning .Jam. 1.
towards W. I' Willerup \\ ithin
hearing of persons in street
tending to a breach of th< 1
25s. or 21 day s.
rheophilous Wilsi >n -Assault-
ing and beating James Motle\
8 strokes.
Israel Bethel Using ti reats
of personal \ mh ice towar Is
wife -I lamet lli thel I iound
m his own recognizance i 1 / 5
to keep the peaqe fi a ; months
7. Joseph Smith 1. Breach
Street Traffic Rules, is. 2. Aim
si' e language towards Constn
Me \\ .1 1S 01 Dismissed.
8. Frederick # Fountain- -1.
Drunk. Dismissed. 3 Using
; ni" and indecent lane, 1
1 lismissed. 5. Assaulting Sei
leant Fishe in the executi in 'f
Ins duty. l. or > 1 days.
Charles VVltitehead t,Vi< toria
Blatcli -. and Km ma Blatch 3.
Fighting within si^ht an 1
hearing "f pers<>ns in Do I
well Street, 1 and 2 < a' h 1 Bs or
2 1 days. 3. I >ismiss< d
Ethel L; n >h and \l 1, ..,
Thompson Fighting in Blue
Hill Road. Lynch 18s. or il
dav-. Thompson 14s. or 12 days,
..*
REVENONS A \'< >s
MOUTONS,
After an unavoidable delay of
some weeks, we notice thai
work ha-, been resumed on The
li ind Stand, and is we i ile.erve
its gradual d elop nenl we are
convii 1 ed 'hat the site is not
well 1 hos a. It would lose
nothing if it were moved to the
[approacl to thi Library, but
I gain a great de il m point ol ap-
peared e. Lord Brougham often
' quoted by n Spanish pro\ n!i
s, "A wi-e man changes hi
opinion, but a fool never," and
< ontrnry to the opinion we at
last held, we a iw unrese ved
lv r inge on. \ 9 on the sidi
of ihe wise m u 1 id take no
shame of in 1 isistency for so
1 1 ii ig, I listory is replete with
the names of h is who ia\ e
j ielded to their better judgment
111 the face of th 'ir former con-
\ ictions, and in our own da)
instances recu lo us of 1 ian\
f real me 1 w\ 0 have be ome
. 1 itei by surrendi ring theii
I inner opinions to the voi( e of
reason.
The only things that stand in
way are two I rees hich
can not be :i garded as orna-
ments to the avi nue, they are
s n.'dl and d< lv nerate -| ecimeus,
ai d th< ir ien..\ d to allow the
ngi vould bea i>.:\
t ie l Ui 1 I '" / an I not di s
tro\ it.
\\ e 1 ;..,- 1 :, is th
obj tiou raised b) I
Board of Woi!.-. We cast no
1 11 ion u| j idgment of
fie gentlemen omposing I
Board, but it 1 < not confiimed
I y other gen I men "I 1 qua!
i itell.ge ice. A lew days a 0
1 n iioa oi toe ban i stand
was \ iewed bj se'\ al and the)
unanimous!) agreed thai,
nt site is extremely inap-
propriate and undesirable
ie of t 11 m were of th ie
wheat his; ibou itlv,
and some were then indi
but we all ar low converted to
the opini n th it the only 1 I
for it IS IN '1 IK AVENI I. !
Laurel. It it 'ere there pi
the disp isition of the audien
would he vastly impr ved on
all points, as |so ih- 1:
If a referendum
1 a, v. e are onfidi nt thai I
; al' w il I be Ie.
II tin I . a pi ineiple in
volved, we might understand
the Board' >; l itu Ie of dis lent,
but failing 'I.is, thir persistent
opposition to the wish of the
inan\ is indefensible, and sav-
' mis of that lirst century Roman
Governor who would he an
auoniah m democratic time.
Where nought hut harmony
^l hi ihe dominant chord,
the appl "I discord 1- kx
sown. The ere 1 ion of the
band stand is a purel) v< iluntai \
. ihe outcome ui a laudable
eii prom 1 ite and prn ide
11 ami health) recn ation
for the p < mil ii should be
a pleasure is a so a duty foi the
governing bodj to aid by every
means in th power anj ^^^
1 trerj effort I 1 1 ards sell help,
an 1 if consequent uplfting in
the S(>( ial scale b\ th people
themsi Ives. ^
We lo earnestl) req lest the
Hoard if Works 1 1 n consider
their d icision and \ icl 1 to the
popular wish. In so d 1 ng they
w ill sustain no loss of dignity
whatever, hut add u uestion-
abl\ to their past ami present
pn slig , and gain the unquali-
fied ap iroval and ilia :s of#he
Public.
Ola iNHWI DISES ilNJUSS.
.*
1NTERNATI0N \l. MlOf^L
OF CORRESPONDENCE
Apri -) 1914.
Editor rribune
hear Sir:
"Ilow the members amoured
f ir trained men to hitter the
state of affairs. II trau.ed men
are '.' me d.
Thi PRO. E T
( 1 ).\Vs letter in your issue of
the -' ird inst serves to point my
tale.') course traine men are
needed 'ere, but how re w e to
eei them?
The I.C.S. will t' ined om
youths and "in 1 ' loo,and
make them the 1 :' any
foreign importatii in, v wi\ e the
brains lei the I.C.S do the rest.
II C, CHRISI IK.
Representati e in the Bahamas
Easti r Mondav al Lo \& Bay
C OS.
1 donday formi nother
1 ,f those inti 1 \ Is > hie usually
happen r< 1 entl) bi tv een the
genera! moni ti I e No 1 Con j 1 S ci< ty it re as-
1 at thi ir I lall, marched
pi ident's n ". re-
d himand continu 'd to the
Episi opal Church, w' 1 Cate
I David Brown o d the
pulpil h 1 nue timi
\l';ei church Iw is tcre I tunes
were pi tyad al the door by the
Hand. The processiryi w as then
1 ; e I an I ooniinued to the
1 lall amid the be lutiful render
ing of hand music. It : worthy
of note that this remote 1 ornei
ol Vndros is develi iping to that
-tale of efficienry w ht< h it
ought to hold.
The di essing "1 the p o\ U de
I |edi'. I Ie is < leiht Al I
imi-t ei dorse the niiuiems of
ol the sp >aki rs h ho said '<>
the young ladi s "W hy yOurj
; turn on: to lay isdecid lly beauj
; tiful Vou h.i'l. like 1 flowei Ml
den of Easter 11 li intygpajfsei
with ribbons ]u ,ik i I shall not fail to let other" parts
V


,,f tins Colon;, know
are proeres >iQ
Iki>v von
710
W'lini the j*iocession irrived
at the HallJ] vere s> ated and
the Presiden Mr. Hezekiah
SmiiiIi ad Ires 'I them i nd an
mi tome of the rules wi s then
read by the Voting Secretary
Miss Lmily Si i irt. immedi itelj
after Chairman Jabez I 'Brien
isked Catechi David Brown
l,,r an rhis old veteran
of the C#urch gave a parsonic
eration and ei nuraged them to
an forward in their good work.
The next spea i ir was C. > !
Brown, |. P. 1 his gentleman in
delivering his iration said that
(his Society U r.ugh par! y dis
tegarde 1 is thi 'inly one oi' Long
Bay Cays in i isequenee "I its
beiiij,' inrorp irated with the
Governmi nt a i I that th< mass
of people lere would be supe'
riorilv bettered financii lly i[
Ihey united ai d formed one so.
cietej
I le remarke I of several S
ties In re whit h existed until a
haiidso in sun w isaccumulated
and then both w ietyand monej
ili-, ip| a red in one knew whi-
Ihi .
Add;- ses b rig over, efresh
its, wttch were abi ndant,
wen : 'It' all, then d incing
began which wi nt on until neai
lj sunset.
' Shortly bcf< re they left the
Hall Presiden smith deman
; ind isk< I e well known
\lr I I Til rj for an a Idn
his rhetoric I course w
high and verl' - lh it Mi Bro* n
Dt ggi d the an lience to excuse
Mr Curry. I pon this Mr Currv
lose and use 1 the follow in |
words "Ladi< and gentlemen
please exei.se ne i" tnj very
high langua i I am from the
I louse a id i m dono better'. I he
Budien laugV;d uproariously
at these am i ing spei i i
pi 11.ilk, Mi C irrj 's,
The Hall n-w rose,s ing the
Xation.il All hem and Mr.
Brown movei three cheers for
II Majesty The King aftei
which the pr< i ion reformed
and marched < the President's
home where il ej were finally
dismissed,
In learning the statistics ol
this associate n Mr Smith 'who
h is held the I'.-i si.I.-nee for up
wai(P5W t .veal v yens must be
commended ror his assiduous
and mil ifatig blfl efforts in set-
tin1,' this S >ei i, on firm basis
Tie- regalia used pri sented a
scene quite un nown here, and it
is through th ifforts of the Pre-
si lent thai these were obtained
B
Address from the Inhabitants
ol I ireen Turtle Cay
To Thos. A. I hompson, E o
Public School le.i her.
April 8th, 1914
Sir.
We, the inhabitants of Green
Turtle Cay feel that we cannot
allow you to leave our shores
without expressi ig t" you our
very sin< ere regt t a the loss of
so efficient a teacher, and one
who we all know ii.is done his
work ungrudgingly in ordei
to bring this School to the stand
ai 1 it now attains
Your five years here have not
been asted 01 a blank, fi r every
! i"ii! can fully realize he at
tainments th< 11 child or children
have mad'- during tlie|tinie, and!
is to be hoped that your succes-
sor may try to keep Uie School up
to the standard it now attains
We cannot but feel downcast
as we assemble to say good bye
for we can saj in all truth that
it is with ih-ep regret that we
part with you, and we believe
that that same regret is shar d
by you, an I ihal ever pray thai
your new sphere ul work in the
near futun may be crowned
w i li ever) $uo ess as has b en
yours in the past.
We shall ever pi ij thai (i "1
may had and direct you in the
future as in the past and miv
your future work be crowned
with e\' ss.
\ I in com lusion we do wish
you and family i1 o-s; ie id and
will ask that you may ever think
of as in youi prayers, hope
we shall do by you.
And now we Baj goodbye we
can just realize y< ut crowned
work, but feeling that the
ch oiej' means promotion to you
in every waj lei us rejoice for
your sake and sav as the g iod
old I Ivinn says G id be with
you till me inert again.
E. Willis Bethel
Andrew S. \l O'Brien,
August is Roberts
I inklin Currj
Ch*s. R. C. vVakefield
& fi others.
R| IMA' TO ADDR1 SS
(ireen Turtle Cay
April 18th 1 .1 |.
The Inhabitants d
i ,r 1 n Turtle Cay
I tender you my sincere thanks
lor tins appreciative token of
ti.....Bteem and kind regard you
have foi me.
My service here has been un-
grudgingly given and I have
done mv best to bring the
School and rnysell to a higher
standard. Il fills me with satis-
fact hi to know th it you regard
my time an ong you well spent.
1 hi ve giv< n you my best, no
man can do more, 1 have tried
to d > my duty in the most plea
sant way
I have loved the children;
thej have loved me; and to this
love and Jhe Divine Blessing I
attribute my success.
It is I assure you great sorrow
on my part to sav Goodbye.
I heartily thank you for your
kind wishes for me in the new-
work the Board of Education
has chosen for nie; and for your
prayers in behalf of my family
and myself.
1 shall never forget you and
shall ever pray that Our Fathers
blessing may vest upon this
plac and people.
Yours sincerely
THOS. A. THOMPSON.
Mr. 'Thompson, referred to
above, is now Second Master of
The Boys1 C< otral School. [Ed.
o
Nassau N. P.
April 25th 1914.
labor 'Tribune
I >r.i Sir,
R mlying to your Correspon-
dent's li tter of yesterday signed
"( In 'The Lookout" will say.
The Medical health officer
verj courteously offered to
board the "Frances E" after
sunset on Wednesday if we
1 ou!d furnish ban Electric light
on board In thismatter he was
quite within In 1 rights,
Y' uis truly
C. C. SAUNDERS.
Owm 1' "Trances E"
*
Cargo shipped per Mail Stea-
mer "Vigiiancia" bound for New-
York, April 24th 1914.
339 bales sponge, 301 bales
Refuse Sponge, 689 bales Sisal.
J4 bales Sisal waste, 65 bis
shells, 3 cases Curios, 11 bbls
Grape fruit, 107 crates 'Toma-
toes, 13 crates Pepper, 12 bbls
Honey, 11 tons Lignumvitae,
10 packages Effects, so cases
Pine Apple Juice, 25 cases cann-
ed Pine Apple, 51 bales Bark, 9
cases Preserves, 8 head (ireen-
Turtle, 5 pa k ;Ljes Sundries.
Notice
APPLICATIONS will be
received bv the undersign-
ed, until the 15th proximo for
the position of Sexton of St.
Andrews Presbyterian Church.
For particulars as to duties
etc.
Apply to
G. H. GAMBLIN
Hon. Secretary.
April 25th, 1914. 1 wk.
Wanted to
Purchase
A Lot of land with a four
roomed House with
piazza, .and all necessary out
buildings, for residential pur-
pose.
Apply
TRIBUNE
25th April, i wk.
I aiifiiiiii -::'.?jv-..-- T
mwi.:;.i!-.a
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and the Public that 1 e has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities |<>r the buisnftSS of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
tystem and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits then patronage (iet
my Prices first and prove that they
are the very lowest lor the first class
work.
Notice of Removal
\\/l' are desirous to notify <>ur
VV friend- and th* public that
w e ii ive removed from Dillei Street
to B ue IIdl Road, wheie we hops
to resume our regular buisness. on
Monday 5th May I. V*.
WALTER F WI.IKe- Co.
blue I lid Road
aitli April 1 wk,
Shingles
Best No. 1 Hearl 5m. Cypress
Shingles at X9.60 per thou-
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5OOO shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grades -also
5in. Cypress at 16.7a pei
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large pun base.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C, C. SAUNDERS.
/


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ship found a depth ol I
! irkabledepi
i Los San I
15,, 1 the mainland, and
>ut h ilf a m
THE BEST I'INEAPPELAND
IN THE BAH WAS.
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FOOT MACHINES
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Lima Bi
Vlso I
Large English
Turkish Bath
Towels
t 2 in. x 2 ft. 6 in
I'm salt ;it
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, Bay-street, Easl
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Mosquito Nets
-(|R S indD ubli Beds
at "The Shamr
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. j l'.i\ Street, City
1 e y e 1 e s
for HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCEJOHNSON
42 King Street.
OLYMPIC CAFE
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