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gbe tribune Thursday. April 30. 1914 The debate on the second Reading of the Nome Rule Bill showed a good many signs of approach to an agreed settlement of the question. Sir Edward Carson was more conciliatory in his speech than could have been expected three weeks before. The O'Brienites abstained from voting for the Second Reading because they do not favour the Governments offer of temporary exclusion for Ulster. Mr. l'im Mealy, who acted as their spokesman, favours the "Home Rule within Home Rule" plan. It seems that Government intends to allow a considers I time to elapse before pushing the Bill through its final stage in the i Ioukei. Joa ph ( ai Curtis 11 inn i, S ilomon L1 ton, C idius Humes, II mry Cl ll la iph Sturrup, < i %  1 R, Wymss, William I ball, S uel Humes, Elias Rolle, L/ Saunders, < '< % %  >rg • Bo le, Ji : n Sampson, / ick '1 fiursto 1, lsra< 1 King, John T. Thompsi w. Isra< I Rolle, Nathaniel Biggs, I %  Binder' John M Benjamin Smith, Zepheniah Wil combe, Octavious Wil b> comb.e John Russell, William Mackey, Reuben Mackey, William 11 I' ox, I. iwre ice 11 1 ville, Joseph More >, Co Lowe, \aion Stubbs.Egberl Culmer, B nj imin Munnings, Samuel Curry, I larald < ilinton, Ed I mund Edwards, Matthew Ri Horatio Ilepbjrn, Hedry \l bury, Ioseph Mama and I i Bethel.(55) Per "llattie Darling." Mrs Berthia Peac !" k; M Carl Moon-. Joshu t San Is, Clifford Thurston, A. Deveaux C Bethel, Jabex Culmer, David Pennervan, Nehemiah II. an is. Sj I van us Coop" r, lames Collins, Solomon Binder, Julius Smith, Kuhis Gilbert, Rii hard Bethel and ieorge M< Cartnej: Master Arthur Peacock.(i;J Per "Admiral."Misses Kerlanche Wilson and infant, M tvbelle Wilson, Doris i Marshall, and Maria Thompson; Mesdames Christina Duncombe, Frances Singleton, Bertha Powell, Eliza Butler, an 1 Marion Marshall and infant; M William Adderley, Abraham Hepburn, George Maycock, James L< i, Willard Bariy, Alii it Adderley, Elisha Hannah Reuben Rolle, Andrew Marshall Samuel Burrows, .lames Don ',•1 i-s, Percy Lockhatt, Joseph la iw, and T. D. 1 >unn; Mai Willie Dunn and Willie Wils in. ; IN THE SUPREME COI RT \ ril Sessions 1914 'I hursdav, April I:. 1 Ci mt pii 1 at 10.30. a m PRESENT, Ik Honour. 1 > Tudi>r E '|, K C, Chief Justice; i I lonourable F C. Wells%  mt, K. C. Attorne G ei il; H '1 Mali olm, Esq K.C.; The Acting Regis 1 ui I C imm in I int. The I llowing informal was calf I: The King vs. I) lisy S mdsand istance San Is.C mci il 1 1 th. Hie Roll ol I I %  Mi Malcolm appear i f ir the defence. Wil i' ies \ eronic 1 B il I Eldri Bi 1, Edwin Smith, I: liz ibeth Km <\\ Ies, N il Sj monett, Susan I linsey, Lottie I lilton, Martha I 1 rnander, < im • %  1 Sands, S imuel I • Knn Ii s, Corpl. R, I • 01. John P. Butler, James Wil here, Arthur Diggis; — I he following |urv was emilled, H.T. Brice Roland B. Cash, I lenrj 11. Lightboui Jane M. Kellj. Frank] >un combe Charles B. I>un :om William H. II. Maura, Thoi R [ohnson Robert Dun Stafford Sands, H.S. Black,and' Charh Hi js, Foreman. The luroi not empanelle I were disrh irged until the 7th Ma; I • trial proceeded, <<* BIRTH WEIR I )n \| I i\ m lining 37th April, in 1 at tie ,1 1 den :e, I l< pital Lane, to Mr an I Mis Charles Weir, a daughter. f Guardian of this city, dated ist < \pril, ioy — I "AM B*s,i, the island of Cu-K ba to be infected places within the meaning of the said A The Quarantine A t 1 ,. is referred to. "'1 lis < )ider is limited to the period of three months from the 29th lay of dfprcb, 1914 in|u sive 1 %  lei in Council it referred to W ten this Order in Cou icil was made it was intimate I that a Strict Quarantine would be euh 1 -ed. V> il do we find? It 1-; just one month today %  that ordi r was issued; and yet < n Thursday last the 23rd insl when the Mail St %  'Vi •; incia"* arrived from San' 1 .. two |i 1mgei %  \ er %  illo •. ed to I ir.d (lire t from that ship without anydetention I whatever, and Captain Jones,' ". 1allowed to 1 md and walk !' about at his leisure. Sti ingi I But stranger •-till is the act, thai the s:h 1 mere I 1" .and "K lie StU which n i>ersoQ : > 1 irded I on board jI 'iJBf. an { V *T,M'-i 1:" they ii m which car1 .-.as en on b .ard by .he."Vigilaii 1 i it over to tin chan tl i^afed. WI it do j ou call that soi I ol busin ss Mr Editor? %  t11 April, ioi 1 The Editor, '1 he 'I ribune Sir, I am nuoting from a G 1 iiifnt Notice, in The Nassau I call it humbug. I am ON THE LpOKOUT A| ril |6 : ,i 1 Nassau, \ P. "The unknown people in an iiukn i". ,i I in 1 '1.1. btor Kindly p 'runt u to r,; 1 Ii iw we ca if across a nf 11 iple in an uniov\ 1 1 in I. W to .k a trip to the inn I on the back of Andr >s Island in order that we m i_\ make a stu ly of the Biologic and 01 iologice condition of things there but on aefcount of • ie waters being turbulent -one %  if na u 1 t'l'xls "f preserving the sp ingiiig industry >ur purpose 1 dd n >t b : very well 1 am -d out I'lifl wind was blowi IL. Mil 'A llf which* woul I 11 ive nude our return by b >-it e\ :, : • luiglv 4inerous 50 w itil a compass, and t vo guidi s -men who wefc returnhome to cultivate their farms until the weather abated, we made our waythrougH the wet pine • and swaslfcs 111 the dL^.



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V lilll Guariianoi this citt, dated ist direction of Nicoll's Town. AffVoril Hiiii ,l 1 travelling for some hours "AM I'tfcsin the island of Cu-V v <' metwith a set of people ba to be infected places within the meaning of the said Act." little settlement Ivi; on 0 i • gentleman told us lie did n il believe in mixing his m >ney with other people's money because the cashier will not know his 'he i money when he goes f<>i it, next— The Quarantine Act IQOS. is border of "No Shame Creek" everybody will know how much referred to. "1 lis < Irder is limited to the period of three months from the 39th lay of Mjucb, 1914 sive I 1 ler in Council Preferred to \Y len this Order in Con icil was nade it was intimate I that a strict Quarantine would be enf< 1 :ed. W tat do we fin I? It is just one month today that order was issued; and yet < n T last the 23rd inst when the Mail Sti unei "V I incia"' arrived from Sande Cuba; two pass .1 veri' illowed to land diro t from was once very flourishing as in | he has and too many bills wil !)c sent him, We the 1 said it ihos< days large quantities of ihingles and turpentine were nade but since t le industry has been abolished m my of the in habitants have s tught other Ids. Tl e distance betwi en hese peo| le an I N is au is not VI IS nothing more than fail to pay your debt, he repli id. Bil ii often sent in for what he knows nothing about We Could not convince our frien I that their banks were r< liable He d. remain < irs and B : stranger still is V-.rican flags than British an : the the sch '•' '""" ' %  ''"" M l , ,• %  and %  ] <,,,. sturrup" : l; itain iroudly wavi whi< h no person b tard I i >K up in 1 cl orus with th< fol • ,,,„],,„ 1,.,,, 1 I .wing words, 'We Salute i h -e j HI BJiich of th. 5e flag th ) %  W, th in rVlutingwi couldnotund xstan I • n iron, which can 1 After making some inquiries we on 1, arf iby th%"V %  • later told they were British tl„. 1,., i; s ibjects but the re ison why so nl over tp t iiratetl. \\. M do you call that soi t of busin 58 Mr Editor? I 1 .ill it humbug. windows with the firm belief thai dise tse is I hi jhly n eta ile a person to ti kway. Mr Editoi ti !< will lot permit ir to tel yi u ill ab nit some gi ntlerneri A e saw gathered ar lund a little round tablejUn am ON HE MpOKOUl .* April |6 191.4 N issau, N I'. •The unknown people in an unkno's n 1 in I Mr. E litoi Kin II) p 'rmil u to inform you b w we ca ne acifss a set mown people in an un.. „, %  i m I. W %  to >fa trip to the mu I o i the b ick of Andr >s | ,,i order that we may tu ly of the Biolo fi ;in,| r> inlogi :e condition of things there but industry ur pu mid not be ver\ I'll'' wm ; I many Ami ican flags were seen of the Conksonians i the children's hands on that d iv, WAS because the American Hags were cheaper. One teacher informed US it was to learn the little OIKto love their enem while that Mr. Editor may i I and tru i yet to uit was oak instilling in the mindof the j o'un .; one • assembled t > love the Mi "in Hag. Leaving the Cantatonians we crossed over "No Shame Cr< and landed among the Conksonians a settlement off Conk Rock %  •re the Conkwere one • plentiful. The Church bells wei i then pealing forth their soundto the Bahama Islands from this port, between live and six schooners plying back and forth, three of which are in port today a house. The strange thing we observed with these gentlemen was that the\ were different from the resl in having no mouth-, ears or eyes, and that they were bitterly opposed to progression whi reas anything that tends towards retrogression they gladly welcome. Yours truly, TOURIST. j BIG SHIPMENTS OF LUMBER TOTHE BAHAMAS Six Schi iPlying Betw< i Miami and N i--iu Carrying Large Cargoes to the British Port T lousands of feet of lumber are now being shipped weekly enroute. Aside from the freight carrii I between this port and Key West, the Dependen picks HI i ii fiipments of limes a ong the keys, ami brings th in Mi inn lor packing and dis tributon to northern markets. %  -Miami 2 'nd 1914. Metropolis, Apvi' koning every one to come but being within a strange land we could not very well sing the Lord's son.; therein nevertheless we decidi d to go and a better repast we never spent. 'I he voici s unaided by any instrument blebled harmoniously for these pco carried nut. The Winf Miami,-and the business be£5 Reward 1 ""IVE I )( >UNDSreward is offered and will be paid to any in who will Rive information that will lead to the apprehension and conviction of any person or persons stealing or selling stolen pineapples from my cultivations in the VYulf Road. WALTER K. MOORE. Watch for the Flower-Show AT THE THREE SISTERS The Vogue The Bon Marche and The Bijou



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rank in the Navy would resign if "ordered to take part in the coercing of Ulster, or if the Army alone is used for this purpose"; he proceeded :— Although the Government may court martial officers, stop their pay pension and emoluments, and generally degrade them for being true to their honour and conscience, I am certain that when the country once grasps the realities of the case it will restore those officers to the positions they held as has been done before under similar circumstances. The Daily Chronicle" (To be continued) FRESH JUST ARRIVED AT TOOTE'S 499 EAST BAY STREET VEGETABLE SEEDS Asparagus Watermelon Be et Cantaloupe Cabbage Okra Carrot Parsley Cauliflower Onion Celery Pepper Cucumber Radish Egg Plant Spinach Kohl Rabi Squash Lettuce Tomato Turnip Bush Beans Extra Earlv Red Valentine Long "Yellow Early Six weeks Stringless Green Pod Refugee or iooo to i. Hudson Wax Lima Bean A lso Flower Seeds Bieyeles fop HIRE 10s. per week BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. Mosquito Nets F OR Single and Double Beds at "The Shamrock." II. J. RUSSELL. 276 Bay Street, City OLYMPJ 532 •is/ k CAFE Street W E would inforrr all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now have on hand an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARb. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatr? Wrappers, and Havan;. Fdlers throughout. These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect the patronage of connoiseurs. ^ ^ SAUNDE RS ft C o. Bav Street. MEALS SEI • ED AT ALI HOURS BEST TABLE BOARD] Amid Clean And Cool\ Surrounding* Notice of Removal W F are desirous to notify our friends and the public that we have removed from Dillet Street to Blue Hill Road, when we hope to resume >ur regular buisneM on Monday 5th May D. V. WALTER F. WEIR a Co. Blue Hill Road 25th April. *i wlc. Notice A PPLICATION'S will be received by 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. Watch for the Flower-Show AT THE THREE SISTERS The Vogue The Bon Marche and The Bijou Wanted to Purchase A Lot of land with 1 four roomed House with piazza, and all necessary out buildings, for residential purpose. Apply TRIBUNE 25th April. 1 wk. £5 Reward F 'lVE POUNDS reward is offered and will he p.iul to any person who will give information that will lead to the apprehension and conviction of any person 01 persons stealing Of selling Stolen pineapples from inv cultivations in the Wulf Road. WALTER K. MOORE. Notice "11TE have on hand a large and \\ commodious Wagon expressly suited for removing furniure etc., without a scratch, or injury of any sort. Can he had with or without necessary labourers for handling, Applv to DAVID PA I TON. Augusta Street, South "NEW NATIONAL" A "IDEAL" HAND MACHINES •NEW HOME" "RUBYFOOT MACHINES FOR SALE BY CHAS. E, ALBURY Larfc-e English lurkish Bath Towels Size 4 feet 2 in. x 2 ft. 6 in For sale at Williams' Novelty Store 537 539 Bay-street, East "Wanted At Once A first class washerwoman to live on the premises. Apply at, "Tribune Office." Found T WO open Sponging Boats in basin of Factory wharves. Prove property and pay expenses. April 17th, 1014. 3 ins. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5i 11. Cypress Shingles at $9.60 per Inou* sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5m. Cypress at $0.72 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. CC. SAUNDERS. Rupture Cure] The Brooks Applian Attorney General's dual Port-of -Spain, Trinidad, B. W. I. i-ia-'io. X>ar Blrt! I am clad to bo able to Inform 70a the "tru** 1 t *i I got l*om you In Beptenf 1* a complete sucoeen. It baa supported rupture perfectly •;. • • X firm wore It have been ruptured since I can re men; and tried at different titervale aeveral m of truaa without success. I waa begin to think 1 should hav* to undergo an op tlon. aa the rupture *a* gradually gel worse. Now, howev%ffX consider m practically cured. To my mind one of great polnta about y ur Invention la one doea not feel Ita preasure anywhere though that pressure never actually reli After the first few days I have not fel pressure any mors than X do my trot suspenders. Tuu are Quite welcome to n, any uaa you like of this letter. Tours truly, J. 11 Whitehall TO Brookg Rupture Appliance Co. •^4 Tfc* above la C. E. Brook*, whal keea < urin* Roptnrr far over M tf If Rapluta, writ* bias today. My Appliance Sent on T| If you have tried everything come to me. I havt my greatest ceaa where othera full. Send mia coupon today and I will aend you, my llluatrated book on Rupture Ita cure, giving you the namea of n people who have tried my appll and are extremely grateful. If i conatant relief wheri all othera fa make it to your in< asure and aeij to you on a atrlct guarantee of faction or money refunded, and li put my price ao low that anyn rich or poor, can buy It I lend I trial to prove what I eay la true.] mx orr rnwr. COUPON AND POST TODAY Pastace tV4 Pear*, ia,fc. U U. TIOH FBKC INFOBMAI OOCTONI C K Brooka *6S Slats St, Marshall. Mlchisan. V. B. A. Please aend me by post, In plain per. your Illutiralcd Book and fulll formation about your Appliance for| curs of rupture. Nam. Addreae (Pleaae write plainly) V mttfea-*



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hat brr "a br ka ln raa •(..ha I alBca. Ha ... tat lie. IUChed ra*. and any rn Ivea l. I I It ,tisiavo dy. I on (0 o 0 A r n o (flr St a Nullius addictua (urare li\ verba magtetri. Being bound to smear to the Dogmas if no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. H. P.. Bahamaa. Thursday. April 50. 1914 No. 127 LEON K. M. DUPI'CII. EDITOR tap PaoraiSTea OKKICK • %  } 44 MARKET STREET Na -au N. P., BAHAMAS. P. (). linx 16." PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, Wednesday ami Fridav sinclecopv ''I Weekly | id Monthly is. 41I Quarterly ... 4 s Half Yearly 8s. Yearly 16a' 'PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Advertising Rates .--Sin pence per line for first ii sertnui: three pence per line forsworn insertioii ; anil one penny per In •' for suhseipien' insertions. Advertisements ui ler eiffht lines 4s THE GREAT CONSPIRACY [SlCOMO ARTICLE] "The Army has killed tlie Hone Rule Bill".—"Morning Post." Mar. 20. I9'4In our previous article we proved by citations from the Tory leaders nnd the lory Press that the gieat conspiracy to substitute the V'e'.o of the Army (of the Veto of the House of Lords was b;sd on the assumption that Mr. Asquith was to "disappear" because his own Armv would "refuse to fight for him," to quote Mr. Borm Law, Mr. I. R P, Newman, the lory Member fm Enfield, put the matter succinctly when he said: — If Mr Asquith did employ the British \imy he would bieak the back ol the Airny . and any man would be justified m shooting Mr. Asquith in the streets of London. But (hough the British Army was to refuse to obey orders, theie was, according to the Bonar Lawless faith, desperate need ful an Lister Army to de fend the Covenanters "and their children." The "limes" Military Correspondent states that this Army consists approximately of 110,000 men—"these numbers will be considerably augmented if any attempt is made to coerce Lister by force"— di v"ided into "65organised battal ions," varying instiength "from 400 to a.ooo" men, with one mounted regiment, the Knniski len Horse, and ?. highly efficient Rignallipg and Dispatch Riding Corps, with "400 motor. Cart and 200 motor-cyclists at disposal." On February ?.5 the "Times" Dublin Corresp indent reported "on verv good authority, that the Volunteer F >rce throughout the province "is possessed of 60 machine euns, find that in 'ome Counties there are moie rifles than volunteers." On January 24 the "Pall Mall Gazette" correspondent repo-ted from Belfast that "a suffici*nt number of modern rifles and bayonets were actually available to arm 80 per cent, of the force," and that "the manufacture of an ample supply of ammunition had begunlocalls; that full equipment of mat. rial for the construction of500 machine guns hid reached the respe~tive destination; and that drilling had new reached such an advanced stage all over the province that the Volunteer Force was now in a positron to take the field." This sanguinary correspondent added that "the Force has been divided into three army corps, and awaits with confidence the signal to begin operations," against, presumably, an army that would refuse to fight them. The Dai'yTelegraph,.estimated that t f uce of" about£5,000 men" wcu'd be required to deal with the situation, and hinted at the House of Lords" excluding service against Ulster men from the scope of the Armys operations for the coming year." Thei Duke of Portland, speaking at Nottingham, January 28, said "the preparations were vast," and were made by men "who knew what they were about." Mr. Walter Long, M.P., declared at Belfast on [anuary iq that the Ulster volunteer force was "the most wonderful creation of modern times." I le continued: — Yon are told the British Army is to he used against you. I cannot believe that this teirible thing will be done, but you are preparing an arms which I believe in its person ne : training and equipment, to be in no way inferior to the test army on the field. They were wise and prudent, Mr. Long added, to go on with those wonderful preparations in raising an army If the Government, in their madness sent troops to shoot down men fighting for their liberties one effect would be to destroy the British Army for a generation. Ulster, in short to quote the "Morning Post" military correspondent, "has all the makings of a national army of the kind which Field-Marshal Farl Roberts and other far-seeing partriots so ardently desire." Lord Roberts, by the way, not only signed the Covenant, which was "to prevent the armed forces of the Crown being used todeprie the people of Ulster of their rights as citizens of the United-Kingdom' but declared in February: — It is unthinkable that the British officer should be called upon to fight against the Ulster volunteers. To do so would be, as Lord Wolseley wrote, the ruin of the British Army. Lord Robert Cecil, who last week in the House indignantly repudiated the charge that the Tories wire-pulled the disaffection among ollicers, not only signed the Covei ant but said at Torquay in December :There was always a danger that the rifles would go off by them* selves, and that was a danger they bad lo facei in Ulster at this mo ment. Ulster had shown wonderful discipline up to now, but the country had no right to count on impossibilities happening. What again was the attitude of the Tiety party towards this rebel ar my? Lord Roberts's benediction on disaffection has already been cited ; here are others :— If 1 were an Ulsterman 1 would do as the Ulstermen are doing.— Mr. A. J. Balfour, M. P. Feb 17, 1014It a single soldier was sent to shoot down an Ulsterman he would resign Ins commission and go over to the Ulster Volunteer—Sir Arthur Grimth-Boscawen, M. P. Nov. 29, 1913. Lord Charles Beresford, M. P. issued a manifesto in which be said that he knew many officers of high (Continued on 4th page)


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VOL. XI.
Nassau. H. P.. Bahamaa. Thursday. April 50. 1914
No. 127
LEON K. M. DUPI'CII.
Editor tap PaoraiSTea
OKKICK } 44 MARKET STREET
Na -au N. P., Bahamas.
P. (). linx 16."
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, Wednesday ami Fridav -
sinclecopv .........''I
Weekly .....|id
Monthly ......is. 41I
Quarterly ... 4s.
Half Yearly ......8s.
Yearly .....16a'
'PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Rates .--Sin pence per line
for first ii sertnui: three pence per line
forsworn insertioii ; anil one penny per
In ' for suhseipien' insertions.
Advertisements ui ler eiffht lines 4s
THE GREAT CONSPIRACY
[SlCOMO Article]
"The Army has killed tlie Hone
Rule Bill"."Morning Post." Mar.
20. I9'4-
In our previous article we proved
by citations from the Tory leaders
nnd the lory Press that the gieat
conspiracy to substitute the V'e'.o
of the Army (of the Veto of the
House of Lords was b;sd on the
assumption that Mr. Asquith was
to "disappear" because his own
Armv would "refuse to fight for
him," to quote Mr. Borm Law,
Mr. I. R P, Newman, the lory
Member fm Enfield, put the matter
succinctly when he said:
If Mr Asquith did employ the
British \imy he would bieak the
back ol the Airny . and
any man would be justified m
shooting Mr. Asquith in the
streets of London.
But (hough the British Army
was to refuse to obey orders,
theie was, according to the
Bonar Lawless faith, desperate
need ful an Lister Army to de
fend the Covenanters "and their
children." The "limes" Mili-
tary Correspondent states that
this Army consists approximate-
ly of 110,000 men"these num-
bers will be considerably aug-
mented if any attempt is made
to coerce Lister by force" di
v"ided into "65organised battal
ions," varying instiength "from
400 to a.ooo" men, with one
mounted regiment, the Knnis-
ki len Horse, and ?. highly
efficient Rignallipg and Dispatch
Riding Corps, with "400 motor.
Cart and 200 motor-cyclists
at disposal."
On February ?.5 the "Times"
Dublin Corresp indent reported
"on verv good authority, that
the Volunteer F >rce throughout
the province "is possessed of 60
machine euns, find that in 'ome
Counties there are moie rifles
than volunteers." On January
24 the "Pall Mall Gazette" cor-
respondent repo-ted from Belfast
that "a suffici*nt number of
modern rifles and bayonets were
actually available to arm 80 per
cent, of the force," and that "the
manufacture of an ample supply
of ammunition had begunlocalls;
that full equipment of mat. rial
for the construction of500 ma-
chine guns hid reached the res-
pe~tive destination; and that
drilling had new reached such
an advanced stage all over the
province that the Volunteer
Force was now in a positron
to take the field."
This sanguinary correspondent
added that "the Force has been
divided into three army corps, and
awaits with confidence the signal
to begin operations," against, pre-
sumably, an army that would re-
fuse to fight them.
The Dai'yTelegraph,.estimated
that t f uce of" about5,000 men"
wcu'd be required to deal with the
situation, and hinted at the House
of Lords" excluding service against
Ulster men from the scope of the
Armys operations for the coming
year."
Thei Duke of Portland, speaking
at Nottingham, January 28, said
"the preparations were vast," and
were made by men "who knew
what they were about." Mr. Wal-
ter Long, M.P., declared at Bel-
fast on [anuary iq that the Ulster
volunteer force was "the most won-
derful creation of modern times."
I le continued:
Yon are told the British Army is
to he used against you. I cannot
believe that this teirible thing will
be done, but you are preparing an
arms which I believe in its person
ne:, training and equipment, to be
in no way inferior to the test
army on the field.
They were wise and prudent,
Mr. Long added, to go on with
those wonderful preparations in
raising an army If the Govern-
ment, in their madness sent troops
to shoot down men fighting for
their liberties one effect would be
to destroy the British Army for a
generation.
Ulster, in short to quote the
"Morning Post" military corres-
pondent, "has all the makings of a
national army of the kind which
Field-Marshal Farl Roberts and
other far-seeing partriots so ardent-
ly desire."
Lord Roberts, by the way, not
only signed the Covenant, which
was "to prevent the armed forces
of the Crown being used todeprie
the people of Ulster of their rights
as citizens of the United-Kingdom'
but declared in February:
It is unthinkable that the Bri-
tish officer should be called upon
to fight against the Ulster volun-
teers. To do so would be, as Lord
Wolseley wrote, the ruin of the
British Army.
Lord Robert Cecil, who last
week in the House indignantly re-
pudiated the charge that the Tories
wire-pulled the disaffection among
ollicers, not only signed the Covei -
ant but said at Torquay in Decem-
ber :-
There was always a danger that
the rifles would go off by them*
selves, and that was a danger they
bad lo facei in Ulster at this mo
ment. Ulster had shown wonder-
ful discipline up to now, but the
country had no right to count on
impossibilities happening.
What again was the attitude of
the Tiety party towards this rebel
army? Lord Roberts's benediction
on disaffection has already been
cited ; here are others :
If 1 were an Ulsterman 1 would
do as the Ulstermen are doing.
Mr. A. J. Balfour, M. P. Feb 17,
1014-
It a single soldier was sent to
shoot down an Ulsterman he would
resign Ins commission and go
over to the Ulster VolunteerSir
Arthur Grimth-Boscawen, M. P.
Nov. 29, 1913.
Lord Charles Beresford, M. P.
issued a manifesto in which be said
that he knew many officers of high
(Continued on 4th page)


gbe tribune
Thursday. April 30. 1914
The debate on the second
Reading of the Nome Rule Bill
showed a good many signs of
approach to an agreed settle-
ment of the question. Sir Ed-
ward Carson was more con-
ciliatory in his speech than
could have been expected three
weeks before.
The O'Brienites abstained
from voting for the Second
Reading because they do not
favour the Governments offer of
temporary exclusion for Ulster.
Mr. l'im Mealy, who acted as
their spokesman, favours the
"Home Rule within Home
Rule" plan.
It seems that Government
intends to allow a considers I
time to elapse before pushing
the Bill through its final stage
in the i Iou In the meantime the Welsh
Members are being assured that
the VVelsh Disestablishm I
Bill will not be abandon I
We have come across some
interesting figures concerning
by-elections
It i~ a curious fact that in
modern times a 1 ivernment in
power invariably loses on
b d nirc ,1 nuniher of its seats,
ii though at the next Gen-
eral Election they may be up-
held by the Country. Let us il-
lustrate this by quoting the
figures since 1868. Frcm 1868
to 1-71 the Liberals had a net
loss of 30 Stats. The Conserva-
11 I st on balance between
an 1 i8fl 1 6 seats. The
Liberals had a net 1 ss of 17
from t88 to 1885 and of 2 be-
tween 138 an 1 1--', The
I Inionists had a net loss of 20
between 1 v"< and 189a and the
Liberals a net loss of 5 between
1B ia .hi 1 18 r, Since then th<
figures have been as follows:
Conservative G ivernment 1895
to 190 ) a loss of 11 seats Con-
servatives 19 to -1905 a loss of
30. Liberal loss [9069 twelve
seats. Liberal losses between
191 r 13 in seats.
THE LABOUR PROBLEM
We have it from good au-
thority, that sufficient lab Mirers
could not be obtained to dis
charge the 1 argo of tins m
movement,thai is from ship to
tore, from the Scl.....net "Ka\
ard I lopkins" to the J. S. John-
ion factory,
In the iast. the gates would
have to beclosed to keep ( it
people seeking work when a
vessel arrived, in this instance
the gates were thrown open w i le
but few could be persuaded to
come in.
The cargo had first to be all
landed 01; the wharf and t'u 11
removed to the store.
FIRE!On Tuesdaj aft.,
noon at about two o'clock
Kitchen with its contents of Mrs
Mana C ickburn a widow at
Sandilan I- < illage was entire 5
destroyed by lire set to the that -h
I ed roof; no fire had been ia eh'
or cooking due- in the kit"
that daw
Foreign M tils to be :
ed Via Miami pei Fi in
will be made up and closed tt
morrow I riday, the ist of Mi y
al 8 o,clock a m.
\:; vals ffom Miami 1 yesl
day. Pei I rancid E."
Misses iuni liggS, Lillian
Higgs and Essie Culi
Mesdame An lie
\nnie P. C ilmer, an IBeati
Bullard; Vlessrs A fred Kin.,
I remiab Pratt, M es Wi i
i ithy Rahming, Wm
1). Bull ird, Zepheniah I lepbun .
Moses l\ >kei. Joa ph ( ai
Curtis 11 inn i, S ilomon L1
ton, C idius Humes, II mry
Cl ll la iph Sturrup, < i 1
R, Wymss, William I ball, S
uel Humes, Elias Rolle, L/
Saunders, < '< >rg Bo le, Ji : n
Sampson, / ick '1 fiursto 1, lsra< 1
King, John T. Thompsi w. Isra< I
Rolle, Nathaniel Biggs, I
Binder' John M Ben-
jamin Smith, Zepheniah Wil
combe, Octavious Wil b>
comb.e John Russell, William
Mackey, Reuben Mackey, Wil-
liam 11 I' ox, I. iwre ice 11 1
ville, Joseph More >, Co
Lowe, \aion Stubbs.Egberl Cul-
mer, B nj imin Munnings, Sam-
uel Curry, I larald < ilinton, Ed
I mund Edwards, Matthew Ri
Horatio Ilepbjrn, Hedry \l
bury, Ioseph Mama and I i
Bethel.(55)
Per "llattie Darling."
Mrs Berthia Peac k; M
Carl Moon-. Joshu t San Is, Clif-
ford Thurston, A. Deveaux C
Bethel, Jabex Culmer, David
Pennervan, Nehemiah II. an is.
Sj I van us Coop" r, lames Collins,
Solomon Binder, Julius Smith,
Kuhis Gilbert, Rii hard Bethel
and ieorge M< Cartnej: Master
Arthur Peacock.(i;J
Per "Admiral."-
Misses Kerlanche Wilson and
infant, M tvbelle Wilson, Doris
i Marshall, and Maria Thompson;
Mesdames Christina Duncombe,
Frances Singleton, Bertha Po-
well, Eliza Butler, an 1 Marion
Marshall and infant; M
William Adderley, Abraham
Hepburn, George Maycock,
James L< i, Willard Bariy, Al-
ii it Adderley, Elisha Hannah
Reuben Rolle, Andrew Marshall
Samuel Burrows, .lames Don
',1 i-s, Percy Lockhatt, Joseph
la iw, and T. D. 1 >unn; Mai
Willie Dunn and Willie Wils in.
;
IN THE SUPREME COI RT
\ ril Sessions 1914
'I hursdav, April
I:. 1 Ci mt pii 1 at 10.30. a m
PRESENT, Ik Honour. 1 >
Tudi>r E '|, K C, Chief Justice;
i I lonourable F C. Wells-
mt, K. C. Attorne G
ei il; H '1 Mali olm, Esq K.C.;
The Acting Regis1 ui I
C imm in I int.
The I llowing informal
was calf I:
The King vs. I) lisy S mdsand
istance San Is.- C mci il
1 1 th.
Hie Roll ol I I
'
Mi Malcolm appear i f ir the
defence.
Wil i' ies \ eronic 1 B il I
Eldri Bi 1, Edwin Smith,
I: liz ibeth Km <\\ Ies, N il
Sj monett, Susan I linsey, Lottie
I lilton, Martha I 1 rnander,
< i- m 1 Sands, S imuel I
Knn Ii s, Corpl. R, I 01. John
P. Butler, James Wil here,
Arthur Diggis;
I he following |urv was em-
illed, H.T. Brice Roland B.
Cash, I lenrj 11. Lightboui
Jane M. Kellj. Frank] >un
combe Charles B. I>un :om
William H. II. Maura, Thoi
R [ohnson Robert Dun
Stafford Sands, H.S. Black,and'
Charh Hi js, Foreman.
The luroi not empanelle I were
disrh irged until the 7th Ma;
I trial proceeded,
<<*
BIRTH
WEIR I )n \|.....I i\ m lining
37th April, in 1 at tie ,1 1
den :e, I l< pital Lane, to Mr an I
Mis Charles Weir, a daughter.
-------f-------------------,
Guardian of this city, dated ist <
\pril, ioy I
"AM B*s,i, the island of Cu-K
ba to be infected places within
the meaning of the said A '
The Quarantine A t 1 ,. is
referred to.
"'1 lis < )ider is limited to the
period of three months from the
29th lay of dfprcb, 1914 in|u
sive "
1 ' lei in Council it referred to
W ten this Order in Cou icil
was made it was intimate I that
a Strict Quarantine would be '
euh 1 -ed. '
V> il do we find?
It 1-; just one month today '
that ordi r was issued; and
yet < n Thursday last the 23rd '
insl when the Mail St
'Vi ; incia"* arrived from San- '
1 .. two |i 1- mgei
\ er illo . ed to I ir.d (lire t from '
that ship without anydetention I
whatever, and Captain Jones,'
". 1- allowed to 1 md and walk !'
about at his leisure.
Sti ingi I But stranger -till is
the act, thai the s:h 1 mere
I 1" .and "K lie StU '
which n i>ersoQ :> 1 irded
I on board jI
'iJBf. an {
V *T,M'-i 1:" they ii
m which car- 1 .-.as
en on b .ard by .he."Vigilaii
1 i it over to tin
chan tl i^afed.
WI it do j ou call that soi I ol
busin ss Mr Editor?

- t11 April, ioi 1
The Editor, '1 he 'I ribune
Sir,
I am nuoting from a G
1 iiifnt Notice, in The Nassau
I call it humbug.
I am
ON THE LpOKOUT
A| ril |6 : ,i 1
Nassau, \ P.
"The unknown people in an
iiukn i". ,i I in 1
'1.1. btor
Kindly p 'runt u to r,;
1 Ii iw we ca if across a
nf 11 iple in an un-
iov\ 1 1 in I. W to .k a trip to
the inn I on the back of Andr >s
Island in order that we m i_\
make a stu ly of the Biologic
and 01 iologice condition of
things there but on aefcount of
ie waters being turbulent -one
if na u 1 t'l'xls "f preserv-
ing the sp ingiiig industry >ur
purpose 1 dd n >t b : very well
1 am -d out I'lifl wind was
blowi il. Mil 'A llf which*
woul I 11 ive nude our return
by b >-it e\ :,: luiglv 4inerous
50 w itil a compass, and t vo
guidi s -men who wefc return-
home to cultivate their farms
until the weather abated, we
made our waythrougH the wet
pine and swaslfcs 111 the
dL^.


V
lilll
Guariianoi this citt, dated ist direction of Nicoll's Town. Af-
fVoril Hiiii__ ,l'1 travelling for some hours
"AM I'tfcsin the island of Cu-Vv<' metwith a set of people
ba to be infected places within '
the meaning of the said Act."
little settlement Ivi;
on
0 i gentleman told us lie did n il
believe in mixing his m >ney with
other people's money because
the cashier will not know his
'he i money when he goes f<>i it,next
The Quarantine Act iqos. is border of "No Shame Creek" everybody will know how much
referred to.
"1 lis < Irder is limited to the
period of three months from the
39th lay of Mjucb, 1914
sive "
I 1 ler in Council Preferred to
\Y len this Order in Con icil
was nade it was intimate I that
a strict Quarantine would be
enf< 1 :ed.
W tat do we fin I?
It is just one month today
that order was issued; and
yet < n T last the 23rd
inst when the Mail Sti unei
"V I incia"' arrived from San-
de Cuba; two pass .1
veri' illowed to land diro t from
was once very flourishing as in | he has and too many bills wil
!)c sent him, We the 1 said it
ihos< days large quantities of
ihingles and turpentine were
nade but since t le industry has
been abolished m my of the in
habitants have s tught other
Ids. Tl e distance betwi en
hese peo| le an I N is au is not
VI IS nothing more than fail to
pay your debt, he repli id. Bil
ii often sent in for what he
knows nothing about We
Could not convince our frien I
that their banks were r< liable
He d.
remain
Cantatonians longer to have ajcided to let his money
messa : nt to them from Nas- J where onh he and Ins wife will
sau, than for a person to come| know where it is. \ve have
ill the way from England or:visited all the settlements in
1 veil Africa to N ISSau and it j this unknown land and found it
not matter or worry 1 lem was 1 ustomary at nights to seal
in tb" least. It wasone of the 1 up every door, window and ere-
national days when we arrivi I, 1 in rdei that disease may
there wen then great 1 I bra- not enter but the Conksonians I The Dependen, which runs be-
that ship without anjdetentioiH tion and rejoicing, wi ould not [have a peculiar habit, they tween this port and Key West,
er and Captain [ones tell the nationality to which'simply seal up the front portals makes one trip every two weeks,
was allowed to land and walk i th plebelong; l*he chil- leaving wide open their back and stops at the principal keys
1 ill*' mil'........
tween Miami and the islands is
steadily increasing, say the
schooner captains. The service
is held to be satisfactory and
practical, since the trip is made
in from aa to 31 hours. Every
year, they say, sees additional
- looners in the business, and
while the business is now grow-
ing even with present harbor
advantages, those familiar with
the traffic say that the deepen-
ing of Miami's harbor so that
larger vessels may come in,
will be witnessed the develop
men! of Miami as the principal
port of supplies for the group of
islands to the cast. Miami is
by far the nearest United States
port.
The schoon rs in port today
are the Julia Elizabeth the
Francis E. and the Win. Alburv.
about at In- lei-ure.
ciren were waving in the air ffli re d >< irs and
B : stranger still is V-.- rican flags than British an :
the the sch ''' '""" '''"- "Ml-
, , ,and .]<,,,. sturrup" : l; itain iroudly wavi
whi< h no person b tard I i >K up in 1 cl orus with th< fol
,,,],, 1,.,,, 1 I .wing words, 'We Salute i h -e
j hi BJiich of th. 5e flag th ) .....
W, th in rVlutingwi couldnotund xstan I
n iron, which can 1 After making some inquiries we
on 1, ,arfiby th%"V later told they were British
tl. 1,., i; s ibjects but the re ison why so
nl over tp t
iiratetl.
\\. M do you call that soi t of
busin 58 Mr Editor?
I 1 .ill it humbug.
windows with the
firm belief thai dise tse is I
hi jhly n eta ile a person to
ti kway. Mr Editoi
ti !< will lot permit ir to tel
yi u ill ab nit some gi ntlerneri
a e saw gathered ar lund a little
round tablejUn
!
am
ON
HE MpOKOUl
.*
April |6 191.4
N issau, N I'.
The unknown people in an
unkno's n 1 in I
Mr. E litoi
Kin II) p 'rmil u to inform
you b w we ca ne acifss a set
mown people in an un-
.. , . i m I. W to >fa trip to
the mu I o i the b ick of Andr >s
| ,,i order that we may
tu ly of the Biolo fi
;in,| r> inlogi :e condition of
things there but the water- being turbulent -one
of na ure's method- of preserv-
ie -p iigin> industry ur
pu mid not be ver\
I'll'' wm
; I
many Ami ican flags were seen of the Conksonians
i the children's hands on that
d iv, was because the American
Hags were cheaper. One teacher
informed US it was to learn the
little oik- to love their enem
while that Mr. Editor may
. i I and tru i yet to u- it was
oak instilling in the mind- of
the j o'un .; one assembled t >
love the Mi "in Hag.
Leaving the Cantatonians we
crossed over "No Shame Cr<
and landed among the Conksoni-
ans a settlement off Conk Rock
re the Conk- were one plen-
tiful. The Church bells wei i
then pealing forth their sound- to the Bahama Islands from this
port, between live and six
schooners plying back and forth,
three of which are in port today
a house. The
strange thing we observed
with these gentlemen was that
the\ were different from the resl
in having
no mouth-, ears or eyes, and
that they were bitterly opposed
to progression whi reas anything
that tends towards retrogression
they gladly welcome.
Yours truly,
TOURIST.
j
BIG SHIPMENTS OF
LUMBER TOTHE BAHAMAS
Six Schi.......i- Plying Betw< i
Miami and N i--iu Carrying
Large Cargoes to the
British Port
T lousands of feet of lumber
are now being shipped weekly
enroute. Aside from the freight
carrii I between this port and
Key West, the Dependen picks
hi i ii fiipments of limes
a ong the keys, ami brings th
in Mi inn lor packing and dis
tributon to northern markets.
-Miami
2 'nd 1914.
Metropolis, Apvi'
koning every one to come but
being within a strange land we
could not very well sing the
Lord's son.; therein nevertheless
we decidi d to go and a better re-
past we never spent. 'I he voici s
unaided by any instrument bleb-
led harmoniously for these pco
carried nut. The Win blow Mr o ,|c whicb/fple while sin-jin" if not disturb- key West, and
flTule our return led with any of the crescendos or
bv I) ii ex :e sdingly imgerous j diminuendos, the pianissimos or
so with a conpass, and two fortissiraog but were allowed to
guides men who wetfe return-1 <_rive vent to their feelings would
ing home to cultivate Aeir farms! tender such music that i- sweet-
until the weather abated, we I er than anything under the sun.
made our waythrougM the wet i The Conksoniaijs have two banks
pine woods and swaslfs in the [but very little deposit is made.
lo iding up with large cargoes
ot framing timbers, siding, lath
and shingles. These three
s ihooners with the Dependen,
which runs between Miami and
the Thames,
of the Coast
Steamship Co., were docked in
the Miami river this morning,
making the water front a busy
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Friday, 1st May
I )ne of the Spni.il Features
The Little Puppet
Maker
Ambrosio's 2 Reel feature
.1 Heels, and the prices
6d. 9d. Is.
place.
Mud) of the lumber used in
the Bahamas is shipped out <>f
Miami,-and the business be-
5 Reward
1""IVE I)( >UNDSreward is offer-
ed and will be paid to any
, in who will Rive information
that will lead to the apprehension
and conviction of any person or
persons stealing or selling stolen
pineapples from my cultivations in
the VYulf Road.
WALTER K. MOORE.
Watch for the
Flower-Show
AT THE THREE SISTERS
The Vogue The Bon Marche
and The Bijou


rank in the Navy would resign if
"ordered to take part in the coerc-
ing of Ulster, or if the Army alone
is used for this purpose"; he pro-
ceeded :
Although the Government may
court martial officers, stop their pay
pension and emoluments, and gen-
erally degrade them for being true
to their honour and conscience, I
am certain that when the country
once grasps the realities of the case
it will restore those officers to the
positions they held as has been
done before under similar circum-
stances.
' The Daily Chronicle"
(To be continued)
FRESH JUST ARRIVED
AT TOOTE'S
499 EAST BAY STREET
VEGETABLE SEEDS
Asparagus Watermelon
Beet Cantaloupe
Cabbage Okra
Carrot Parsley
Cauliflower Onion
Celery Pepper
Cucumber Radish
Egg Plant Spinach
Kohl Rabi Squash
Lettuce Tomato
Turnip
Bush Beans
Extra Earlv Red Valentine
Long "Yellow Early Six weeks
Stringless Green Pod
Refugee or iooo to i.
Hudson Wax
Lima Bean
Also Flower Seeds
Bieyeles
fop HIRE
10s. per week
BRUCE JOHNSON
______42 King Street.
Mosquito Nets
FOR Single and Double Beds
at "The Shamrock."
II. J. RUSSELL.
276 Bay Street, City
OLYMPJ
532 is/ k
CAFE
Street
WE would inforrr all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now
have on hand an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARb. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatr?
Wrappers, and Havan;. Fdlers throughout. .
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen
and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs. ^ ^ SAUNDERS ft Co.
Bav Street.
MEALS SEI ED AT ALI
HOURS
BEST TABLE BOARD]
Amid Clean And Cool\
Surrounding*
Notice of Removal
WF are desirous to notify our
friends and the public that
we have removed from Dillet Street
to Blue Hill Road, when we hope
to resume >ur regular buisneM on
Monday 5th May D. V.
WALTER F. WEIR a Co.
Blue Hill Road
25th April. *i wlc.
Notice
APPLICATION'S will be
received by 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.
Watch for the
Flower-Show
AT THE THREE SISTERS
The Vogue The Bon Marche
and The Bijou
Wanted to
Purchase
A Lot of land with 1 four
roomed House with
piazza, and all necessary out
buildings, for residential pur-
pose.
Apply
TRIBUNE
25th April. 1 wk.
5 Reward
F'lVE POUNDS reward is offer-
ed and will he p.iul to any
person who will give information
that will lead to the apprehension
and conviction of any person 01
persons stealing Of selling Stolen
pineapples from inv cultivations in
the Wulf Road.
WALTER K. MOORE.
Notice
"11TE have on hand a large and
\\ commodious Wagon ex-
pressly suited for removing furni-
ure etc., without a scratch, or in-
jury of any sort.
Can he had with or without
necessary labourers for handling,
Applv to
DAVID PA I TON.
Augusta Street, South
"NEW NATIONAL" A
"IDEAL"
HAND MACHINES
NEW HOME" "RUBY-
FOOT MACHINES
FOR SALE BY
CHAS. E, ALBURY
Larfc-e English
lurkish Bath
Towels
Size 4 feet 2 in. x 2 ft. 6 in
For sale at
Williams' Novelty Store
537 539 Bay-street, East
"Wanted At Once
A first class washerwoman
to live on the premises.
Apply at,
"Tribune Office."
Found
TWO open Sponging Boats
in basin of Factory
wharves.
Prove property and pay ex-
penses.
April 17th, 1014. 3 ins.
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5i 11. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60 per Inou*
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5m. Cypress at $0.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
CC. SAUNDERS.
Rupture Cure]
The Brooks Applian
Attorney General's dual
Port-of -Spain,
Trinidad, B. W. I.
i-ia-'io.
X>ar Blrt!
I am clad to bo able to Inform 70a
the "tru**1 t *i I got l*om you In Beptenf
1* a complete sucoeen. It baa supported
rupture perfectly ;. X firm wore It
have been ruptured since I can re men;
and tried at different titervale aeveral m
of truaa without success. I waa begin
to think 1 should hav* to undergo an op
tlon. aa the rupture *a* gradually gel
worse. Now, howev%ffX consider m
practically cured. To my mind one of
great polnta about y ur Invention la
one doea not feel Ita preasure anywhere
though that pressure never actually reli
After the first few days I have not fel
pressure any mors than X do my trot
suspenders. Tuu are Quite welcome to n,
any uaa you like of this letter.
Tours truly,
J. 11 Whitehall
TO Brookg Rupture Appliance Co.
^4
Tfc* above la C. E. Brook*, whal
keea < urin* Roptnrr far over M tf
If Rapluta, writ* bias today.
My Appliance Sent on T|
If you have tried everything
come to me. I havt my greatest
ceaa where othera full. Send mia
coupon today and I will aend you,
my llluatrated book on Rupture
Ita cure, giving you the namea of n
people who have tried my appll
and are extremely grateful. If i
conatant relief wheri all othera fa
make it to your in< asure and aeij
to you on a atrlct guarantee of _
faction or money refunded, and li
put my price ao low that anyn
rich or poor, can buy It I lend I
trial to prove what I eay la true.]
mx orr rnwr. coupon
AND POST TODAY
Pastace tV4 Pear*, ia,fc. U U.
TIOH
FBKC INFOBMAI
OOCTONI
C K Brooka *6S Slats St,
Marshall. Mlchisan. V. B. A.
Please aend me by post, In plain
per. your Illutiralcd Book and fulll
formation about your Appliance for|
curs of rupture.
Nam.
Addreae
(Pleaae write plainly)
V
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