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his refusal to deliver Memorial Day address at AllingtOi Cemetery, Pres dent Wilson made a short and informal speech. Speaket Clark who had already accepted an invitation to deliver • he principal address was thus forced into a second place on the program me. The Grand Army veterans gave Clark a great ovation. 1 he president was given a respectful hearing, but his closest friends admitted that it was not enthusiastic. Niagara Falls, 31.— M ediation was at a standstill yesterday. The arrival of a little alert man who carried a letter to the three mediators who are seeking to bring the Ameiiean and Mexican envoy* to an agreenienthas completely blocked proceed 1 for the time being. Word from Washington i^ now awaited. 'Ibis message wh,ich was from the constitutionalists is yet to be answered by the amlvis sadors anil what the next step will be is problematical. The [mperiaj 'I heatre ill show again tonight that thrilling picture "Robespierre" I 11 the second and last time. 1 imi't lose the 1 >ppoi ( unity. As for the other picture" Pight shall Prevail", well it must beseen for its beauty to b • known. Imperial Theatre Monday 1st, June Robespierre It, t iiH ret Is of thrilling incidents of the Fn nch Revolul < %  'ii "Righl Shall Prevail" A Picture without Posters FOUR KF.ELS 6d. 9d. Is. THE TIGER is one of the most destructive of a source of mu>.h danger inimale, and is to life. SUNLIGHT SOAP preserves and lengthens t ie fife of your clothes, hut it is a source of destruction to all dirt and uncleanliness. The amount of destruction wrought hy a tiger in a single night, cannot he compared to the amount of destruction wrought by inferior soap in a single wash-day. SUNLIGHT SOAP IS an absolutely pure Soap, that saves your clothes, time, money, and labour. $ TRY IT. MM FRESH |UST ARRIVED AT TO! >TE'S %  90. EAST B f STREET VEGE1 M' B SEEDS Asparagus r Watermelon r 1 1 eel Cantaloupe j%a Cabbage C arrot Parsley Cauliflower Onion Celery Pepper Cueumber Radish EgR Plant Spinach Kohl Rabi Squash Lettuce 1 omato Turni, Hush eans Extra Early 1 .1 Valentine Long "Yellow 1 irly Six weeks Stringlesa 1 ireen Pod Refugee 01 000 to I. Hud*. Wax Lima •an 1 Also Flo •1 Si eda Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax I lete finish and polish foi ;i!l ui liture,, woodwork and II 1 ire. Johnson's Wood I>yc [ rthe 1 rtistie coloring of alt wood, o(t or Johnson's Under Lac finish, very much luperioc fc 1 varnish Johnson's Flrvt Wood Finish fora beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect n iili mt the 1 • : ubbinp. Johnson's Pjyst Wood Filler f 1 tilling tti' grain and porri f v preparing it foi 11 if* finish Johnson's Powdered Wax 1 ball i" irn u<" 'i**. FOR. BALE BY Chas. E. Alb FUSS EL'S Sweetened Condensed Milk R : B itterfly Brand! UnsweetenedCondensed Milk (White Butterfly Brand] Warranted Full Cream, Pure rind Wholesome. I (sed in Em >l moUS quantities by tht British Navy and \imy : by trie Indian. British Colonial and Norweigian 1 Governments : The Londi •1 ;< mnty Council, &c, &c. Sold at all Grocery Stores H. & BLACK, Agent. B 1 BEST 76 2 'i 1 st. We do n t sell it. IT we do '11 and will continue • sell Standard Oil Co. Gasoline resl ymir Gasoli ie. We \n\ ii c imparisnn with any in the City. Price aacts. per gallon in 50 gallon Drums. Customers using 100 gals, or over per M mill 20C. gal 11. ury OLYMPIC CAFE 5 .' East Bay Sri j MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS BEST I ABLE HO IRD Amid Clean And Cool Surroundings A T' $10 x £5 Reward 1 "*IVE I'OI Nl)3 n-'. ird r >•(!< 1 t-d ;uia n ill be paid to Htiy |> 1 • Si HI Wllil Will gi VI in ("111 at inn lll.it will lead 1 ill" apprehension and conviction ol 11 \ \ ron 01 persons %  tealing or telling stolen pineapples rom my cultivation! in the Wull Road. WALTER K. MOORE 1 .N dollars will be paid for a suitable carcass of ;i large animal to be u for shark bait. GliEGORY, liQSti ',:: G ttqge. Watch for the Flower-Show AT THE THREE SISTERS The Vogue The Bon Ma rch and 1 he Bijou For Sale VVheeli c and Wilson (Singer Sewing Ma1 hine Co, | !•" %  ol Sewing ma1 hine, with all attachments. In perfect order, £$. original cost f6o. 'Phone |7 B. A Notice FtER the 31st inst. I will be at work from 6. JO a.m. tn 5 p.m. instead 1 •!' 9 a.m. Light repairs in Blai ksmithing. Horse shoeing ;i specialty. '•'>' >\ I." adi r IlorseK nails, the saf< -i nails lor 1I1 h ing. All sizes of Rubber I Channels just received, no : Extra light Steel IHMM: shoes of all sizes. CLEVELAND MARSHALL 3 inos. Mr-J. I.. S.uiini. is Bay l"t Watch our No ii e ^"Kerosene in Jure. C. C.SAUNDERS. .u, \. I'., May j8th, 191 1 Large English Turkish Bath Towels Size 1 feet 2 in. \ a ft. 6 in I'm sa!'' at Williams' Novi Ity Store 537 539 Bay-street, Last NOT It 7T~ "T^HIS 1to inform my Patrons J and the Pub ic in < leneral that I have open -I my Public Black Smith Shop and am now ready to do anythn 1 in the line "I General repair or r • w work Horse Shoeing Specially. All work dooe \h chanically. P. A. 11. A lor, Bav Stre t. I. 11 fWh irl Mosquito Nets F '( )\i Single and Double Bed* at "The Shamrock." II. 1. RUSSELL. I'M Street, City IP For Result Advertise in • The Tribune



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3 CD 3 c CO CD a I* o 03 Nulllus ;vf Canada, "Cordial tbankt for sympathy of people ul Bahamaa". RADIOGRAMS May 301I1 i'ii iMew York, 30.—The New York ;i .i London Mot k exchange! were loted today. Montreal, 30.—A compilation made here at tl ffi %  •• ol the Ca nadiaa Pacific Railroad Company, n 1 1 iki n HI official, pi ices the Ion uf life of the £i^mo//reload disaster at 1032. I he figure:, show that 8 first class passengers were sated and i J8 second and ibird < lass. 209 of the crew wensaved, making a total saved of 345. Sir Henry Seton Karr lost his life aftei giving up bis lifebelt to mother pabsenger. The husband 1 Mabel Hi' kney the actress gave U p hi life "i .. vain attempt to save hei. Liverpool, 30.—All day long a lired haggaid and lear-stained Mow (I beseiged the offices of the r. MI M.I in Pacific awaiting news fiorn the survivois of the Empress 1 Inland which liei In ninety feet of water in the St. Lawrence River, near Rimouski. Many of the waiting ones were the relative! of passengers and crew of the ship London, 30—King (ieor'.-e cabled today to the officers of the I %  idian Pacific Railroad at Montreal his sorrow for the a< cident that sent the Empress of Ireland to the bottom of the St. Lawrence River, I'll • l.o ! M ivor of London has 0| %  ., I 1 public fund for the survivors of the disaster. London. 30.Winston Churchill \'\--\ lord of the admiralty made an aei plane flight of forty minutes duration to join the admiralty yacht Bt Portsmouth in winch he, 1.1: ->n a cruise today. Mr, Churchill occupied the front : 1 1 the biplane, though the machine was udder the pilotage of a men. ei of the military flying 'iliii' !. Washington, 30,— There are no new developments in the Mexican situation. N01 ie, Alaska, 30,—The steamship Karluch, parrying -teffanson's arctic expediti o, was crushed in the ie-HKI -link on January 16th. The entire crew is safe on Northern I bra! I Island. Lot d >n, JO.—The famous backn ty S I elon [lUg to the late William Fostei were sold yesterday at Bit mingham when Mr. Bourne paid a record price of $5$ia for Mel Kelly Baubel, ch impion of the London hackney --how this year, and descri ted as the best pony alive „„ ler 13L hands. Washington, 30.—All buildings, monuments, etc., etc., were today profusely decorated in honour of Memorial Lay. New York, 30.—Col. Theodore Woosevlt sailed On the White Star Liner Olympic today, to attend the wedding ol his son Kermit to Misi Belle Willard, daughter of the American tmbasaadof to Spam, which is taking place at Madrid on June nth. Liverpool, 30.—The new 47,000 ton Cunarder left here today on her maiden trip to New York with 1,000 passengers. She is a trifle smaller than the Vnterland. Washington, 30.—'I he senate com merce committee completed the tivers and harbours bill today. The measure will be reported next week. .* Quebec, 31. —403 of the 1360 persms who were on board the Empress of Inland ate alive and are being cared for in Quebec. Montreal and Rimouski. jOO bodies have been taken from the St. Lawrence River. There are about 658 bodies in the hull of the Emprm or drifting with wreckage along the Gaspe coist. Three vessels are searching for the dead. The Canadian Paciffic statement containing a list of the living and lost follows: Passengers lost, 740, crew, lost, 211; „ Passengers saved aoi, crew saved, 202 ; First cabin passengers lost 31 men, 26 women; First cabin passengers saved 21 men 9 women 1 child; Second class passengers lost 115 women to children Second class passengers saved 16 men, 26 women, 1 child! Steerage, 564 men, women and children lost; Steerage, 146 men, 18 women and 1 child saved. Washington, 31.—Sir Cecil Spring Rice the British Ambassador Strongly intimated yesterday that as a result of the I-.mprt-ssof Ireland disaster he would ask the American government to adopt without further delay the London Sea Safety Congress agreement, which, among other things, regulated the conduct of vessels in fogs, I he agreement is now before the senate. Philadelphia, 31.— Secretary Bryan ii to l>e a fectoieragain this summer, beginning July 4II1 in North Carolina. He will make three speeches a day during the season. Washington, 31.—Yielding to the storm of criticism which greeted


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Nulllus ;v Boi'K bound to wear to the Dogma* it no Master.
'OL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Monday. June I. 1914
No. 151
RON E. H. DUPI'CH,
r.DITnK ANP PlOPBIItl m
OFFICE j 44 MAUK.KT STJJEKT
Nasnu N- '*. BAHAMA*,
p. o. Bo I6J
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Monday, Wednesday a"'1 Friday
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hue f it subsequent insertions.
\ in rtaementi undei sight li tests.
The following telegram hat been
received by ill-' l iovernoi from Ilia
I* il Highnew the Duke. "I
Couoaught, Governor General >f
Canada,
"Cordial tbankt for sympathy of
people ul Bahamaa".
RADIOGRAMS
May 301I1 i'ii i-
Mew York, 30.The New York
,;i.i London Mot k exchange! were
. loted today.
Montreal, 30.A compilation
made here at tl.....ffi ol the Ca
nadiaa Pacific Railroad Company,
,n 1 1 iki n hi official, pi ices the
Ion uf life of the i^mo//reload
disaster at 1032.
I he figure:, show that 8 first
class passengers were sated and
i j8 second and ibird < lass. 209 of
the crew wen- saved, making a to-
tal saved of 345.
Sir Henry Seton Karr lost his
life aftei giving up bis lifebelt to
mother pabsenger. The husband
. 1 Mabel Hi' kney the actress gave
Up hi life "i .. vain attempt to
save hei.
Liverpool, 30.All day long a
lired haggaid and lear-stained
Mow (I beseiged the offices of the
r.mi m.i in Pacific awaiting news
fiorn the survivois of the Empress
, 1 Inland which liei In ninety
feet of water in the St. Lawrence
River, near Rimouski.
Many of the waiting ones were
the relative! of passengers and
crew of the ship
London, 30King (ieor'.-e ca-
bled today to the officers of the
I idian Pacific Railroad at Mon-
treal his sorrow for the a< cident
that sent the Empress of Ireland to
the bottom of the St. Lawrence
River,
I'll l.o ! M ivor of London has
0| ., I 1 public fund for the sur-
vivors of the disaster.
London. 30.- Winston Churchill
\'\--\ lord of the admiralty made an
aei plane flight of forty minutes
duration to join the admiralty
yacht Bt Portsmouth in winch he,
1.1: ->n a cruise today.
Mr, Churchill occupied the front
: 1 1 the biplane, though the ma-
chine was udder the pilotage of a
men. ei of the military flying
'iliii' !.
Washington, 30, There are no
new developments in the Mexican
situation.
N01 ie, Alaska, 30,The steam-
ship Karluch, parrying -teffanson's
arctic expediti o, was crushed in
the ie- -hkI -link on January 16th.
The entire crew is safe on Northern
I bra! I Island.
Lot d >n, JO.The famous back-
ntyS I elon [lUg to the late William
Fostei were sold yesterday at Bit
mingham when Mr. Bourne paid a
record price of $5$ia for Mel Kel-
ly Baubel, ch impion of the Lon-
don hackney --how this year, and
descri ted as the best pony alive
ler 13L hands.
Washington, 30.All buildings,
monuments, etc., etc., were today
profusely decorated in honour of
Memorial Lay.
New York, 30.Col. Theodore
Woosevlt sailed On the White Star
Liner Olympic today, to attend the
wedding ol his son Kermit to Misi
Belle Willard, daughter of the
American tmbasaadof to Spam,
which is taking place at Madrid on
June nth.
Liverpool, 30.The new 47,000
ton Cunarder left here today on
her maiden trip to New York with
1,000 passengers. She is a trifle
smaller than the Vnterland.
Washington, 30.'I he senate com
merce committee completed the
tivers and harbours bill today.
The measure will be reported next
week.
.*
Quebec, 31. 403 of the 1360
persms who were on board the
Empress of Inland ate alive and
are being cared for in Quebec.
Montreal and Rimouski.
jOO bodies have been taken from
the St. Lawrence River.
There are about 658 bodies in
the hull of the Emprmor drifting
with wreckage along the Gaspe
coist.
Three vessels are searching for
the dead.
The Canadian Paciffic statement
containing a list of the living and
lost follows:
Passengers lost, 740, crew, lost,
211;
Passengers saved aoi, crew saved,
202 ;
First cabin passengers lost 31
men, 26 women;
First cabin passengers saved 21
men 9 women 1 child;
Second class passengers lost 115
women to children
Second class passengers saved 16
men, 26 women, 1 child!
Steerage, 564 men, women and
children lost;
Steerage, 146 men, 18 women
and 1 child saved.
Washington, 31.Sir Cecil
Spring Rice the British Ambas-
sador Strongly intimated yesterday
that as a result of the I-.mprt-ssof
Ireland disaster he would ask the
American government to adopt
without further delay the London
Sea Safety Congress agreement,
which, among other things, regu-
lated the conduct of vessels in fogs,
I he agreement is now before the
senate.
Philadelphia, 31. Secretary
Bryan ii to l>e a fectoieragain this
summer, beginning July 4II1 in
North Carolina. He will make
three speeches a day during the sea-
son.
Washington, 31.Yielding to the
storm of criticism which greeted


his refusal to deliver Memorial Day
address at AllingtOi Cemetery, Pres
dent Wilson made a short and in-
formal speech.
Speaket Clark who had already
accepted an invitation to deliver
he principal address was thus
forced into a second place on the
program me.
The Grand Army veterans gave
Clark a great ovation.
1 he president was given a res-
pectful hearing, but his closest
friends admitted that it was not
enthusiastic.
Niagara Falls, 31.Mediation
was at a standstill yesterday. The
arrival of a little alert man who
carried a letter to the three media-
tors who are seeking to bring the
Ameiiean and Mexican envoy* to
an agreenienthas completely block-
ed
proceed 1
for the time being.
Word from Washington i^ now
awaited. 'Ibis message wh,ich
was from the constitutionalists is
yet to be answered by the amlvis
sadors anil what the next step will
be is problematical.
The [mperiaj 'I heatre ill show
again tonight that thrilling picture
"Robespierre" I 11 the second and
last time.
1 imi't lose the 1 >ppoi(unity.
As for the other picture" Pight
shall Prevail", well it must beseen
for its beauty to b known.
Imperial
Theatre
Monday 1st, June
Robespierre
It, t iiH ret Is of thrilling
incidents of the Fn nch
Revolul < 'ii
"Righl Shall Prevail"
A Picture without Posters
FOUR KF.ELS
6d.
9d. Is.
THE TIGER
is one
of the most destructive of
a source of mu>.h danger
inimale, and is
to life.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
preserves and lengthens t ie fife of your clothes, hut
it is a source of destruction to all dirt and unclean-
liness. The amount of destruction wrought hy a tiger
in a single night, cannot
he compared to the amount
of destruction wrought by
inferior soap in a single
wash-day. Sunlight Soap
is an absolutely pure Soap,
that saves your clothes,
time, money, and labour.
$
TRY IT.
MM
FRESH |UST ARRIVED
AT TO! >TE'S
90. EAST B f STREET
VEGE1 M' B SEEDS
Asparagus r Watermelon
r 1 1 eel Cantaloupe j%a
Cabbage
C arrot Parsley
Cauliflower Onion
Celery Pepper
Cueumber Radish
EgR Plant Spinach
Kohl Rabi Squash
Lettuce 1 omato
Turni,
Hush eans
Extra Early 1 .1 Valentine
Long "Yellow 1 irly Six weeks
Stringlesa 1 ireen Pod
Refugee 01 000 to I.
Hud*. Wax
Lima an1-
Also Flo 1 Si eda
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax
I lete finish and polish foi ;i!l ui liture,,
woodwork and II 1 ire.
Johnson's Wood I>yc [ rthe 1 rtistie
coloring of alt wood, o(t or
Johnson's Under Lac
finish, very much luperioc fc 1
varnish
Johnson's Flrvt Wood Finish fora
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect
n iili mt the 1 : ubbinp.
Johnson's Pjyst Wood Filler f 1
tilling tti' grain and porri f v
preparing it foi 11 if* finish
Johnson's Powdered Wax 1 ball
i" irn u<"'i**.
FOR. BALE BY
Chas. E. Alb
FUSS EL'S
Sweetened Condensed Milk
R : B itterfly Brand!
UnsweetenedCondensed Milk
(White Butterfly Brand]
Warranted Full Cream, Pure
rind Wholesome.
I (sed in Em >l moUS quantities
by tht British Navy and
\imy : by trie Indian. British
Colonial and Norweigian
1 Governments : The Londi -
1 ;< mnty Council, &c, &c.
Sold at all Grocery Stores
H. & BLACK, Agent.
B1
BEST 762
'i 1 st. We do n t sell it.
IT we do '11 and will
continue sell
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline resl ymir Gaso-
li ie. We \n\ ii c imparisnn
with any in the City.
Price aacts. per gallon in
50 gallon Drums. Customers
using 100 gals, or over per
M mill 20C.
gal
11.
ury
OLYMPIC CAFE
5'.' East Bay Sri
j
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
HOURS
BEST I ABLE HO IRD
Amid Clean And Cool
Surroundings
A

T'
$10
x
5 Reward
1"*IVE I'OI Nl)3 n-'. ird r >(!< 1
t-d ;uia n ill be paid to Htiy |> 1
Si HI Wllil Will gi VI in ("111 at inn lll.it
will lead 1 ill" apprehension and
conviction ol 11 \ \ ron 01 persons
tealing or telling stolen pineapples
rom my cultivation! in the Wull
Road.
WALTER K. MOORE 1
.N dollars will be paid
for a suitable carcass of
;i large animal to be u
for shark bait.
GliEGORY,
liQSti ',:: G ttqge.
Watch for the
Flower-Show
AT THE THREE SISTERS
The Vogue The Bon Ma rch
and 1 he Bijou
For Sale
VVheeli c and Wilson
(Singer Sewing Ma-
1 hine Co, | !" ol Sewing ma-
1 hine, with all attachments.
In perfect order, $. origin-
al cost f6o.
'Phone |7 B.
A
Notice
FtER the 31st
inst. I
will be at work from
6. JO a.m. tn 5 p.m. instead 1 !'
9 a.m.
Light repairs in Blai k-
smithing. Horse shoeing ;i
specialty. ''>' >\ I." adi r Ilorse-
k nails, the saf< -i nails lor
1I1 h ing. All sizes of Rubber
I Channels just received, no
: Extra light Steel Ihmm: shoes
of all sizes.
Cleveland Marshall
3 inos. Mr-J. I.. S.uiini. is Bay l"t
Watch our No ii e ^"Ker-
osene in Jure.
C. C.SAUNDERS.
.u, \. I'., May j8th, 1911.
Large English
Turkish Bath
Towels
Size 1 feet 2 in. \ a ft. 6 in
I'm sa!'' at
Williams' Novi Ity Store
537 539 Bay-street, Last
NOT It 7T~
"T^HIS 1- to inform my Patrons
J and the Pub ic in < leneral
that I have open -I my Public
Black Smith Shop and am now
ready to do anythn 1 in the line "I
General repair or r w work Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work dooe
\h chanically.
P. A. 11.a lor,
Bav Stre t. I. 11 fWh irl
Mosquito Nets
F'( )\i Single and Double Bed*
at "The Shamrock."
II. 1. RUSSELL.
I'm Street, City
IP---
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune


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