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w The wedding takes place and Cecile attends and almost creates ascandal by breakingdown. Dining the dance that followes ilie Inarriage, Fellows sends a note I y | servant to the new Mr-. Ai mIrong, and she steals out to him Iheir meeting is an impassioned Ine and he cmsln-s her to his bos|om, ami in v. doing the violets shr wears leave an impression mi Inshirt front. A Lady who lias watched the happening, t< 11the wife and she follows them upsl 'if-. She looks ih ough 1I1door ami sees David with a revolver, threatening to kill Fellows, She si reams and ih.guests 1 rive in tune to prevent a tragedy, but the woman that David in uii'd swoon-, by the -tans, and falling" down their length, is mortally injured. A month later David returns t n tram load of then numbei to Washington to n ake %  < protest t.. the senate. Paris:—Newspa] here dubious about what Huerta in trnds to do in Mexii •. New York:—I lundreds of ca filled with provisions for the ai nj and navy forces in Mexico v en lestroved in a lire last night On Mailory steamei line piei No. 4s at Christopher Street, causing a lost of $35000. Washington: President Wilson gave orders for federal troops to he sent into Colorado and hat 1-sneil a procl in ition i ailing the I mple of thai tal to s-eep the peace, lohn 1>. R< kefeller, 1 Issued R staterm nt giving Ins reasons I01 re fusing to accept mediation of the miners trouble, Galveston, Pexas: Hundreds! telegrams are being tent to the secretary of state urging the gOVCri inent to take immediate action in Mexico in order to enforce repara"ReO the Fifth" FIVE-Pasteriger Touring Car-Price £250 [Electric Starter, Electric Lights, Mol ii lop with full side curtains, Mohs Slip G Clear Vision Ventilating Windshield, Speedometer, Electric Horn; Robe and Fool Ui Exrta Rim and improved Tir. Pump, Jack, Complete 1 ol and lire outfit %  delivered ' nK ,. SIMMS, Vgent. iW We tion f >• the in-uliIn 1 %  \me\' ans, and 1 re i< t for th 'I h< se telegrams < >n rom n fugi 1 w ho wi r n,pi ? 0 ? K d h Wh K ' ; '' II 7 H would .formal! who appreciate a Go. I Smoke that wen. warship in the %  h arbour. W haveon ,nrT an extensive Stock of II WAN \ CIGARS \ l,,c > P'**£ sa '"•'•• , (i Havana fillers through •*"i *> %  "*•• • Amer< !" „ u fac-ured u to live in Mexico unless JheUniwJ ^i ,..,,,„„„,, in irticl. Statesgoven T| w we havi t with irfthepast lends u entlytoexp^ct < a^iti r-gcax^ B mi'iiBi tbe patroi ige of connoiseuri IMPERIAL — '" S A> • ''"''"" """• THEATRE Wednesday, 29th April NEW REELS The Faith Healer 2 Re. I Eel laii alw 1 The Violet Bride \ I 1 iv er's sp ial lit. rj 6d. 9d. Is. OLYMPIC CAFE~ ~>M E '•' B 1. > %  %  MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS BUST TABLE BOARD Amid Chin \iul Cool Surrounding'. Watch for the Flower-Show AT THE THREE SISTERS The Vogue The Bon Marche and The Bi) • NEW NATIONAL" t -IDEAL" HANI) MACHINES •NEW HOME"* RUBYFOOT MACHINES I OR VLE I'.V CHAZ.E. ALBURY wanted At Once A iiisi class v\ ashei woman to live on the premist 5. Apply at, •• tribune Offii Found T WO op-ii Spongiu j Boats in basin ol Factory wharves Provi property and pay 1 xpenees. \i ni ifth I'.MI Bicycles for HIRE 10s. per week A, BRUCE JOHNSOHP 42 King Street. Mosquito Nets F .OR Si 1 I Double l'" .'• • at "The Shi on II .1. RUSSELL. Bay Street, City. (I



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CD P > 3 c M CD CD (I) a o CD (0 Nul'ivis jvddictus piriwe in veba ii.-.\|>istri. f *< : rv! bound to swctvr o the Doffl -vs l no Master. VOL. VI LI ON I-.. H. UUPI HIT' No ss IU, N. P., Baha m s. Wednesdus. April 29. 1914 No. I2h I II. %  AM '' HliI K t % 1 < k OKFIO |8 u M UtKKT -l'i;i:K'l' ii, \. I'., BAHAMAS, ". II !"..v 11,: PUBLISHED DAILY. "'I l) .'• %  Inesd* .mil l'i u1i,\ — "pi nl Weekly ... ,\ Monthly . is. ,,i terlv ... i-. Half Yearly %  1 1, • PAYABLE IN ADVAN'CI Advertising Ratesj Sii pence pet line fin first r -i ii.mi. MIII.pence pei line For second imertion ; anil p en y • i i line '"i M bsequenl inserli i %  rtise nents ui lei eight lines 4s. MR. \SQUI II I's BOLD DkClsfON ( %  .""ii lud ii Ml' RON \.U LAW. Mi. 11 innt Lnw, rising a I ii p.m., MI. nil.in iutf e • ing addition tn Inlist of reti ions and qu iliftcations II • p otested a gre .t deal ih u he lii.I nrvr said i.e would back Ulsti i right or wrong. "We belii \I Its ei is right" and "until the people of tliis country have given .i definite d cision < ii the point we sliftll support lie ." Bui he admitted one diffi :ulty, namely, that he h i I said "Yes' to ii"' Prime Minister's question whethei the -f>r-r•.-1c >ri of Ulster would be justified after a referen dum, U ,i.ii he in. an' bv "YW on UIHI "I'c.i-si'in u IN tint "| and we would not then he justified • ri eni nuraging tinresistance of Ulster." I here was uproai w hen the Tory leadei went on to quote Lord Moray's speech in the II tuse of I.mils i his afternoon to show thai "either I .'nil Mm Icy is false nr evei \ mi'in. bi'r of the Cabinet is m precisely the tame p ition as the War Mm ister." i he Opposition cheered vociferously. Mr, I'., uir Lnw'l speech was much cheered by the Opposition. It was pungent, biting, scorching criticism, II-' charged the Government with concealing something. "What they an' concealing ve don't know; hut it is something of winch they are ashamed." Colonel Seelyiosc at it. 15 in an intmselv excited House, llechiv.1 Irons!) Fended Lord Morlej fi I'a resp isil'ilit.-, aii'l -|i".i king as one who knew ill th t hid taken place said, "There is nothing whatever to conceal there was no if uny kind." The Attorney G meral in a brief but p lueiful spe ell, drs'1 nvi'il the Ii I I of a plot age in-' I I -u-i In the %  1 vision Hi* Gi>vei utienl Ii ul 1 HI. 1 joinv of 7^ \l iiei '.I unt ill in "I' the re 1 •(" ion 1 .i the 1 lome Itule hill to-rni 11 iw I nesday). II. J. 'I he Dailj Cl r ni< le" A boon to the peasant Sis d giow er, beyond a 1 ouht, is 1 "I ool I'ro ( mac nn >. m ide by Mr 11. N. i"tn| man, and Mr Pavei fi 1 cl< an i ig .Sis il, the out put fro 1 which i. fa 1 and a w iy -u, iei ioi to the HVI rage Ii in I '•' 1 icd Sisal ivliich 1f st ruini i 11-1 i.'-s of hah. mi m Sisal, \\ lave • -n Ins ma' lime 11% actu 'I op •. at mil, .'MKI lia\e nohesilat ion in saying that no planter and cleaner of Sisal in the old way M In sees this machine in opera t ion w 1II be w ithoiit it a day longei than he can get it. The machine ciushes the fibre af tei which it is scraped by peculiarly made knives and then washed The machine has the following advantages, — It will be comparatively inexpensive. It is si nplicity itself, little or nothing 10 .net out ol order. It is small and portable: this is its great merit. Instead ofcartying IOO pounds of leal to th" null for 5 pounds of fibre, the mill may be carried in the leaf and the tibie cai 1 uM I" the water. It can be winked by a man and a boy or .1 worn m and a girl. It yields 5 per cent fibre from the leaf! The makers of the machine are patenting it, and the sooner it can be placed on the market, will its benefit! be realized. We wish Messrs Chipman and Paver much success. The Mexican Steamer "San Antonio" which arrived here tins in.lining is an Oil tank of 2290 Tons, using oil fuel owned by the Pearsons Co. of Mexico to whom President Huerta made very largeconcessii is of oil lands, of which the Standard Oil Co, of America is said to be extremely jealous, and it is als 1 said has had much to do with the present unpleasant relations between Mexico and the United States; however, be that as it may. The "San *Vntonio" is in ballast drawing n/.l't water and called litre to await ordeas, as directe 1 by wireless message from Mexico, this ui iy mean th it this ship may have t 1 rent lin here (?) until the blockade of Mexican puts is raise I, or until the country isettled. hut a ship of 1 1U1 di.night C in not come in to our harbour, and unless ibecaptain elects to go into Cochranes Anchorage, the ship m \ go to St Thomas 01 some other port that Will (Hard s ife harbour, and we shall losethe di*. bursements of the ship winch would amount to something in a week or a month or two. Tl is is 0 le of the many instances that may occur should the trouble in Mexico be prolonged; and will occur when the Panama Canal is op-mad, ind yet the deepening "f our hn 1 > 1 %  %  • 1 itni'i a t be neglected. Pollowingis a Synopsis oforv the pictures to be exhibited at The Imperial Theatre tonight. THE VIOLET BRIDE I) ivid Armstrong,.! young officer in the United States Army, is engaged to a young girl. According to the ideas of his mother, Ins ambitions will be crushed and his life ruined if he marries this middle class girl. Mrs Armstrong does all in her power to persuade her son to propose to a fascinating widow, MrsGreeley Hamilton. David gets a month's leave of absence. Mrs. Armstrong meets him with Mrs. Greeley Hamilton. The widow bestows upon him her choicest fascinations, but both are much disgusted when he insists upon calling on l lecile. Rack in the home of Mrs, Greeley. Hamilton, she is telling her accepted admirer, Charles PelloweS) that her marriage will make no dtllelance to them. Fellowes ac :epts the state of affairs. % 


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Nul'ivis jvddictus piriwe in veba ii.-.\|>istri.
f*< : rv! bound to swctvr o the Doffl -vs l no Master.
VOL. VI
LI ON I-.. H. UUPI
" HIT'
No ss iu, N. P., Baha m s. Wednesdus. April 29. 1914
No. I2h
*
I II.
' AM
'' HliI K t ? 1 < k
OKFIO |8 u M UtKKT -l'i;i:K'l'
. ii, \. I'., Bahamas,
". ii !"..v 11,:
PUBLISHED DAILY.
"'I l) .' Inesd* .mil l'i u1i,\
" "pi .........nl
Weekly ... ,\
Monthly . is. ,,i
terlv ... i-.
Half Yearly
' .....11,
PAYABLE IN ADVAN'CI ,
Advertising Ratesj Sii pence pet line
fin first r -i ii.mi. Miii.- pence pei line
For second imertion ; anil......pen y i i
line '"i m bsequenl inserli i .
rtise nents ui lei eight lines 4s.
MR. \SQUI II I's BOLD
DkClsfON
(.""ii lud ii
Ml' RON \.U LAW.
Mi. 11 innt Lnw, rising ai ii .
p.m., mi.nil- .in iutf e ing addition
tn In- list of reti ions and qu ili-
ftcations II p otested a gre .t
deal ih u he lii.I nrvr said i.e
would back Ulsti i right or wrong.
"We belii \- I Its ei is right" and
"until the people of tliis country
have given .i definite d cision < ii
the point we sliftll support lie ."
Bui he admitted one diffi :ulty,
namely, that he h i I said "Yes' to
ii"' Prime Minister's question
whethei the -f>r-r.-1c >ri of Ulster
would be justified after a referen
dum, U ,i.ii he in. an' bv "YW on
Uihi "I'c.i-si'in u in tint "| and we
would not then he justified ri en-
i nuraging tin- resistance of Ulster."
I here was uproai w hen the Tory
leadei went on to quote Lord Mor-
ay's speech in the II tuse of I.mils
i his afternoon to show thai "either
I .'nil Mm Icy is false nr evei \ mi'in.
bi'r of the Cabinet is m precisely
the tame p ition as the War Mm
ister." i he Opposition cheered
vociferously.
Mr, I'., uir Lnw'l speech was
much cheered by the Opposition.
It was pungent, biting, scorching
criticism, II-' charged the Govern-
ment with concealing something.
"What they an' concealing ve
don't know; hut it is something of
winch they are ashamed."
Colonel Seelyiosc at it. 15 in an
intmselv excited House, llechiv-
.1 Irons!) Fended Lord Morlej
fi I'a resp isil'ilit.-, aii'l -|i".i king
as one who knew ill th t hid ta-
ken place said, "There is nothing
whatever to conceal there was no
, if uny kind."
The Attorney G meral in a brief
but p lueiful spe ell, drs'1 nvi'il the
Ii i I of a plot age in-' I' I -u-i,
In the 1 vision Hi* Gi>vei utienl
Ii ul 1 hi.1 joinv of 7^
\l iiei '.I unt ill in "I' the
re 1 ("ion 1 .i the 1 lome Itule hill
to-rni 11 iw I nesday).
' II. J.
'I he Dailj Cl r ni< le"
A boon to the peasant Sis d
giow er, beyond a 1 ouht, is 1 "I ool
I'ro ( mac nn >. m ide by Mr 11. N.
i"tn| man, and Mr Pavei fi 1 cl< an
i ig .Sis il, the out put fro 1 which
i. fa 1 and a w iy -u, iei ioi to the
hvi rage Ii in I '' 1 icd Sisal ivliich
1- f st ruini i 11-1 i.'-s of
hah. mi m Sisal,
\\ lave -n Ins ma' lime 11%
actu 'I op . at mil, .'mkI lia\e nohesi-
lat ion in saying that no planter
and cleaner of Sisal in the old way
m In sees this machine in opera t ion
w 1II be w ithoiit it a day longei
than he can get it.
The machine ciushes the fibre af
tei which it is scraped by peculiar-
ly made knives and then washed
The machine has the following
advantages,
It will be comparatively inex-
pensive.
It is si nplicity itself, little or
nothing 10 .net out ol order.
It is small and portable: this is
its great merit. Instead ofcartying
IOO pounds of leal to th" null for
5 pounds of fibre, the mill may be
carried in the leaf and the tibie
cai 1 uM I" the water.
It can be winked by a man and
a boy or .1 worn m and a girl.
It yields 5 per cent fibre from the
leaf!
The makers of the machine are
patenting it, and the sooner it can
be placed on the market, will its
benefit! be realized.
We wish Messrs Chipman and
Paver much success.
The Mexican Steamer "San Anto-
nio" which arrived here tins in.lin-
ing is an Oil tank of 2290 Tons, us-
ing oil fuel owned by the Pearsons
Co. of Mexico to whom President
Huerta made very largeconcessii is
of oil lands, of which the Standard
Oil Co, of America is said to be
extremely jealous, and it is als 1
said has had much to do with the
present unpleasant relations be-
tween Mexico and the United
States; however, be that as it may.
The "San *Vntonio" is in ballast
drawing n/.l't water and called
litre to await ordeas, as directe 1
by wireless message from Mexico,
this ui iy mean th it this ship may
have t 1 rent lin here (?) until the
blockade of Mexican puts is rais-
e I, or until the country i- settled.
hut a ship of 1 1U1 di.night C in
not come in to our harbour, and
unless ibecaptain elects to go into
Cochranes Anchorage, the ship
m \ go to St Thomas 01 some
other port that Will (Hard s ife
harbour, and we shall losethe di*.
bursements of the ship winch
would amount to something in a
week or a month or two.
Tl is is 0 le of the many in-
stances that may occur should the
trouble in Mexico be prolonged;
and will occur when the Panama
Canal is op-mad, ind yet the deep-
ening "f our hn 1 > 1 1 itni'i a t '
be neglected.
Pollowingis a Synopsis oforv
the pictures to be exhibited at The
Imperial Theatre tonight.
THE VIOLET BRIDE
I) ivid Armstrong,.! young officer
in the United States Army, is en-
gaged to a young girl. According
to the ideas of his mother, Ins am-
bitions will be crushed and his life
ruined if he marries this middle
class girl. Mrs Armstrong does all
in her power to persuade her son to
propose to a fascinating widow,
MrsGreeley Hamilton.
David gets a month's leave of
absence. Mrs. Armstrong meets him
with Mrs. Greeley Hamilton. The
widow bestows upon him her choi-
cest fascinations, but both are
much disgusted when he insists
upon calling on l lecile.
Rack in the home of Mrs, Greeley.
Hamilton, she is telling her accep-
ted admirer, Charles PelloweS) that
her marriage will make no dtlle-
lance to them. Fellowes ac :epts the
state of affairs.


w
The wedding takes place and
Cecile attends and almost creates
ascandal by breakingdown. Din-
ing the dance that followes ilie
Inarriage, Fellows sends a note I y
| servant to the new Mr-. Ai m-
Irong, and she steals out to him
Iheir meeting is an impassioned
Ine and he cmsln-s her to his bos-
|om, ami in v. doing the violets
shr wears leave an impression mi
In- shirt front.
A Lady who lias watched the
happening, t< 11- the wife and she
follows them upsl 'if-. She looks
ih ough 1I1- door ami sees David
with a revolver, threatening to
kill Fellows, She si reams and
ih.- guests 1 rive in tune to pre-
vent a tragedy, but the woman that
David in uii'd swoon-, by the
-tans, and falling" down their
length, is mortally injured. A
month later David returns t<- his
moment, where he introduces
forgiving Cecile a, his belov
wife.
. li|flMfcta 1 II
The Mexican Steamei"San v
tonio" arrived tins morning from i
Rotterdam via Thames 11 < ,
bound to luxpao, Mexi
The Motor "Ft mces E" I
the Schooners "Admiral" and
"Hattie Darling'' arrived this
afternoon from Mian
RADIO
Juarez, Mexii o,: Can 11 / I and
Villa, after then interview yesti <-
dav have decided t" remain neut-
raf, taking no part in the conflict
unless the lei el territory is invaded
Vera Cruz; Brigadier General
Funstons troops landed <' Vera
Crui and are prepared to relieve
the bluej tckets and marines in the
cover mi. nt of the city
Galveston, r< x ; Refugees at
Galveston have an inged t<> n -
tram load of then numbei to
Washington to n ake < protest t..
the senate.
Paris:Newspa] here
dubious about what Huerta in
trnds to do in Mexii .
New York:I lundreds of ca
filled with provisions for the ai nj
and navy forces in Mexico v en le-
stroved in a lire last night On Mai-
lory steamei line piei No. 4s at
Christopher Street, causing a lost
of $35000.
Washington: President Wilson
gave orders for federal troops to
he sent into Colorado and hat 1--
sneil a procl in ition i ailing the
I mple of thai tal to s-eep the
peace,
lohn 1>. R< kefeller, 1 Issued r
staterm nt giving Ins reasons I01 re
fusing to accept mediation of the
miners trouble,
Galveston, Pexas: Hundreds!
telegrams are being tent to the
secretary of state urging the gOVCri
inent to take immediate action in
Mexico in order to enforce repara-
"ReO the Fifth" FIVE-Pasteriger Touring Car-Price 250
[Electric Starter, Electric Lights, Mol ii lop with full side curtains, Mohs Slip G
Clear Vision Ventilating Windshield, Speedometer, Electric Horn; Robe and Fool Ui
Exrta Rim and improved Tir. Pump, Jack, Complete 1 ol and lire outfit
' delivered nK ,. SIMMS, Vgent.
iW
We
tion f > the in-uli- In 1 '
\me\' ans, and 1 re i< t
for th
'I h< se telegrams < >n rom n
fugi 1 w ho wi
r'n,pi?0?KdhWhK '!' ;''.......' II 7 H would .formal! who appreciate a Go. I Smoke that wen.
warship in theharbour. W haveon ,nrT an extensive Stock of II WAN \ CIGARS \
l,,c> P'**sa '"' ,(i Havana fillers through
*"i *>"* Amer- < ufac-ured......u
to live in Mexico unlessJheUniwJ ^i ,..,,,,, in irticl.
Statesgoven T| w we havi t with irfthepast lends u entlytoexp^ct
< a^itir-gcax^Bmi'iiBi tbe patroi ige of connoiseuri
IMPERIAL------------------------------ '"SA>" ''"''"" """
THEATRE
Wednesday, 29th April
NEW REELS
The Faith Healer
2 Re. I Eel laii alw 1
The Violet Bride
\ I 1 iv er's sp ial lit. rj
6d. 9d. Is.
OLYMPIC CAFE~
~>M E '' B 1. > '
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
HOURS
BUST TABLE BOARD
Amid Chin \iul Cool
Surrounding'.
Watch for the
Flower-Show
AT THE THREE SISTERS
The Vogue The Bon Marche
and The Bi)
NEW NATIONAL" t
-IDEAL"
HANI) MACHINES
NEW HOME"* RUBY-
FOOT MACHINES
I OR VLE I'.V
CHAZ.E. ALBURY
wanted At Once
A iiisi class v\ ashei woman
to live on the premist 5.
Apply at,
tribune Offii
Found
TWO op-ii Spongiu j Boats
in basin ol Factory
wharves
Provi property and pay 1 x-
penees.
\i ni ifth i'.m- I
Bicycles
for HIRE
10s. per week A,
BRUCE JOHNSOHP
42 King Street.
Mosquito Nets
F.OR Si 1 I Double l'" .'
at "The Shi on
II .1. RUSSELL.
Bay Street, City.
(I
*


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