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Miss Olga Mait\n, Eva Roker, Mabel Wat kins, and Adaline Wat kins; Mesdamos Susan El Wood ft id child, Lilian I lathaway, M ify l urti-. Ethel W.iikins, Cecilia Cleare, 0 ivia Thompson and infant*, Alice! Higgs, Vr^nia D.lancv, Julia Roll'', 11 -it lie \lartm, and Louisa Sands; Messrs S'.inley Fife, Elijah Fei^u s m, Charles Symonett, vr. \ nest Nolle, Thomas Chrisolm, Cui tiss Symonett, Gus Forbes, Alexandei Chrisholm, Elii-ih Collins, Simon Rolle, Wilfred Pann, Edward Wat kins, Joseph Stump, Edward Marshall, Zacheus Ix'olic, 1 red Rolle, Albert Smith, Z icha. ; n.di Cooper, and Tobias R'dle; Master Clarence Sands 1 5 7) SAYVILLF. PRESS NEWS H. M S. "HERMIONE" AT SEA ISih June 1914 x York, I ; ids forlorn hope in Polo stormed the Amerii an < itadel in the first game of tlie MI i es for the international 1 up yesti rday afterni on with such a vigorous assa dt that the big foui of Meadow Brook was entirely routed and the first game we it to the 1 engers by a score ol 8J goals tu 3. In every dep irtmeni of the game IheBritish ex.-elled the Amerii an*. Ran ed goals E igl ind 10 \meric 1 (. Penalties England 1) Roils \merica 1. Individual %  • 1 'apt. Lockeetl 3. aptain Ch 1 ipe |. Capt. loir kmson 5. Jn Wat 1 Devi aux Milborn 1 Lo id in.— T ie cup c!i illengei Shamiock IV on one ol hei ti ips me isuri d 1 s fi Hows: F10 n the tip of her !> >w spr'1 lo 1I1 end ol her boom 134 feet and from the w • t • • r line to the tin "f the 1 luh topsail 179 fei t, if she si 1 uld n nsl the "Resolute" ;it the p esenl lime she would have ill v 8 m inutes .} seconds 1 ime %  vi 1 Mi" < up course of thirty miles Ni York, The Rodman Wan nmaki r I rans \il intic Flying I l Lieutenant John C. Poite pilote ind 1 ieorge I falloii niech inician ill u\ to make the I tansAtlantic flight some time m early part of July from St Johns N. F. Bpe %  Ii 11 Ireland, I ieutrnanl | Porte expects to m ike the trip in .'I lo .' hours I '1HI lual flying 'I1-1 ince will be ab ml ninte< n hundred miles. II mat hine fly %  lo any poinl in I grope will w in the lord Nor I ltd iff • priz • of fifty Hi m. Band dollars and n five thousand dollai silvi 1 liophy offered by MM Mart in of Woman s \ei ial I eague of 1 ire ii Britain, I.oiid'm. ( o|_ | heodiire R 1*• iel| arrived in l,ond >n yestet io I 'II iii • 1 out m i'iii :.< 1 nmpanied In Mrs I on a vorth Ind lugh ei and Phillip I Roosvi '1 his 1 ii-in. \ 1 V %  \ net 1' in I 01 New THE REINDEER is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region, and it is possibly the most useful of all the animals which dwell in tms part ol the world. Unlike the Reindeer, SUNLIGHT SOAP is to he found ill all parts of the civilised world, and its great utility is vouched for by millions of contented hi lusewivcs who would not be without it. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys a well-merited reputation, it is absolutely pine,ami will not harm the mi 1st leiicatcfabric. A piece of Sunlight Snap used in your next wash will 1 mvimc you of its excellence. ihinj five f ee1 in length and depth id 1!. 1 1 in I plates to with in ten feel ol the valet ine. Stuck in tlir hod w as Die "Pretoria's anchor which penetrated quarters ol 1 lie firemen ind ulors none in I, \cridi ni 1 11 se fog Friday morning. New York on true 1 '-• %  u lo>t Ii 5 sounded Ii 1 tjuei : l\ heard 'w enl y minuti s befoie col. 1 i'Hi, Si v Y I w is stopped ii'-ad I Pretoiia nas he 1 I Siaib ol bow moving slowly an mnd In \ \'( w V01 k until Sti on Port bow Pietoria endeavou ed to hold fa I in hole 1 lUl -'iai 11 ill) fell ,1 rt • \ 1.1 1 MIL a ; i in•; lull 1 and %  .11 rying n 1 ay pai 1 of rail undei I'r %  1 1 \at Montreal ( anada. Watch for the Flower-Show Imperial Theatre Monday, 15th June Billys Strategy \ GEM An Imp Romace AND The Trail of Steel 4 Reels 6d. 9d. Is. V -k" h %  n AT IHK THRKF: SISTERS The Vogue The Bon March and I he Bi The Motor Boat VIM W ILL run from Rawaon Sq, toll. M. S. "Hermione" from 2. to to 5 p.m. on Monday and I'uesday, 14 .ind 15th. Round trip 2s. Children is. "REMEMBER !~ T HAT the -Lvnx" will be I here. To give you •• 1'illinl ti ip to II. M. S. "Iln rritoni Price moderate. See I. P. Knowles, Owner and you will 1><' satisfied. For Result Advertise in The Tribune IK HSl



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3 cr r+ CD 0)' pr o CD 3> Nulllus &.ddicttls nil. HIin vnbii nui I'isii i. I|t-1r\i; bound to swe&r to the Dogmas f no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. I'.. Bfthom&s, Monday. Juno 15. 1914 No 14} LBQN h. H. DPPI l II. nil >K .-. V |* If <> %  Ill I K OKKKI( 8 44 MAKKKT ^TlfKK'I X.is ilII N I'., I > I AM* I', ii Uo In" PUBLISHED DAILY". M lay, .Ve.lnrsda\ ami Friday— firrglecop) id Weekly ... ,.,| Mpnlhly . ,it, 4 ,| Quarterly U. RalfYearl; -, f|'l> II l'WM'.l I IN AI>V.\\l/l ^dmlilinc Kates s, k pence per line lor first insertion; Ihrei pence pei |im I • i -: 11 • >fi ; and one penny i • %  line foi subsequent inserti i \|vert t i undei i ighl line* i>. I*he Resolutioq i>( l*he ptiamber o( C"<|imeri e, lh.ii the i }o\ • %  !nm til slii MI 'I undcrl ke i hai lei jny a sie irnei i" hrjng ii<'ij!|i Id Nas•s.i'i from Xc A york c iqnot l>o C<>IIIIII''I.I|I d t.i the public, I; is peculjnt th it su h t{ suggestion (liquid ero mute fiotn a body, I 1 "r|i< niberi "I w lij| h are mi i. r.uiii!.' II en, i'i, jijug ||)e goverumen i IQ enter into com petition witu lliem on llieil special lines ilo say ilie least utiusu i|. II it I)'a safe venture wh) do merchant* propose to let it gt out of iln-ir Ii mds ? ? ? N' %  > doiiiit about ii. competition in cur freighting business is most desirable, but surely no pne doubts that tins ipel ii| I.I rIv the bustni ss il tnercanttje men Tin ie s .HIM' t\)t II would (end ii|• a howl of indignation if the government shield propose t'. s, t up ,, gfoi pry oi di) gl '"Is < 11-| .i 111111 111 So ;is to pas., hi" foi die l.ihoin ing cl.i-srs. We Know ih it some yearn ago a local company chartered steamers i."I'r.itn" and "Jnhani s !" %  !nuii"i •.o bint'.; fieigbl fn"iii New fork, will fcnrrtf one vyhn WAS therein interested \< II us u hy it w as abandoned %  \ lew ) eai B I the stea mi i 'An|il i •" owi ed %  t ran regularly be tween Ne \. < ; and \ issau i".ir rying freighi and passenger*; will any n| (he sit irebo der< (ell us whj fba was sold? I "day tbere j nuffi :iei t sailtonnate ou i ,,, ihi port, t i put tinnl'iit ol freicl lers I om NewYk '\utintln.i," "I'-entlv," •'I'., ti 'Loujse I'," "S. E. Douglass," \lberl I). Mills," "Kvdine" and others) to Nassaq, twice a week, Will some of the owners of these vessels tell us why they donol put these vessels on I It seems to II, that il tins wag a paying | roposition these gentle nun v\ %  m I < I II t line the governn -• it the opportunity o| making cr 'fits Hi it they might earn. \ i' win'.' I |ie situ i' ion thus, our dutj lies in th" interest ol the public to lift our pen in opp 'sin in to a scheme that instead >l relj \ jng, u PI add ' tin burden of the T.IMI i\ .-I II. M, S, "' lermione," C iptaiq II. M. I • >ughty, | ;ni I me i.i'.. i rive I this morning from \ e i Cruz; and Anchored ofj tiie Iin, Draught of Water 31 feet. The Waul Ljne S '-'I'll'!i "Si gui mc i"steami fi New Vork for N issau at ] p. m ons it:. |aj w ith i p %  | and 70 • %  irgq. I he at ten 1 ion of nut readei > is i n vi ted to the notice in snot her I'pieinu o| \ Sale at the Baptist Missjon Home, East St. lorn/trrow evi II in ^ j MAILS INTBRIVSULAR, foi Harbour Island, I leuthera, Vndros, Vbaco. I.\irn i, Long Maud,San Salvador. Rum C ay anq Wat lings Island will be closed "ti riiday ic advi I to In ill r.v. A u act grant ing 1 personal allow* ance to I'homas I'.'v.m Duggan Brace. An act granting a personal allow,im e t'i |"lm J.unes I'ulmer At The I nperial tonight there will he a most interesting pro. gramma of Four reels a Synopsis ol one "An I up Ro mam e" is iven below, 11 • goo 1 t'i yourself, md see it, AN I Ml' ROM Wt'l.. < ieorg %  Ii 111 and I low "I Sli ine, t \ v >ung sculptors, ;ire contenders in a pi /' contest for the most H| I't'i: statue |o be finished rind led it the art si ii %  % %  >l within the month X.'iliiei "lie has suflident capital to employ .1 model, but (ogethei they Stgi t out tp find someone who win p >se l"i the stair.d take a chance ofl getting 1 ' Vhey .K c dent ill 1 upon a Company ol moving picture actors who are rehearsing %  > scene. In the company is Violet llorncr, the leading lady. In her the !, >\s see -i wonderful subject foi the statue. I'hey make h"i acqu unt.iiice and .ift.-r telling her the situation prevail upon 1 ''i to pose for them. During the sitting) the boys fall 111 love w ith her, but she raiiimt !' 1 Ie n nil Ii one die likes best. Han's statue turns out the best, -l".ine realizes this ; nd one afternoon when the studio is linked and the statues COVI red, hlo.m %  sn.aks in and, without removing the cover, si |shea the statue which he thinks is Hair's, but which in reality is bis, for the man in cleaning up, hat changed the position of Hie statues. Sloane's perfidy is not discovered until the day ol the %  ontest. Violet, while in the studio comes upon a piece that was taken bj one ol the Imp i auieiami i the afternoon thai Sloan smashed the Statue. Ju nping into an auto, Violet is driven 11 the scene ol the %  ontest. Sloaue is denounced end H in is awarded the price, Violel accept; B r'a offer to pilot bet through life, The follwing .'.' re pissengei. |i"r "I ouite I'"' from Miami Satuiday East,


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Nulllus &.ddicttls nil.hi- in vnbii nui I'isii i.
I|t-1r\i; bound to swe&r to the Dogmas f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. I'.. Bfthom&s, Monday. Juno 15. 1914
No 14}
LBQN h. H. DPPI l II.
nil >K .-. V |* If <> ! Ill I K
OKKKI- (8 44 MAKKKT ^TlfKK'I
X.is ilII N I'., I > I AM* .
I', ii Uo In"
PUBLISHED DAILY".
M.....lay, .Ve.lnrsda\ ami Friday
firrglecop) ....... id
Weekly ... ,.,|
Mpnlhly . ,it, 4,|
Quarterly U.
RalfYearl; -, .
f|'l> ......II
l'WM'.l I IN AI>V.\\l/l .
^dmlilinc Kates s,k pence per line
lor first insertion; Ihrei pence pei |im
I i -: 11 >fi ; and one penny i !
line foi subsequent inserti i .
\|vert *.....ti undei i ighl line* i>.
I*he Resolutioq i>( l*he ptiamber
o( C"<|imeri e, lh.ii the i }o\ !n-
m til sliimi 'I undcrl ke i hai lei jny
a sie irnei i" hrjng ii<'ij!|i Id Nas-
s.i'i from Xc a york c iqnot l>o
c<>iiiiii''i.i|i d t.i the public,
I; is peculjnt th it su h t{ sugges-
tion (liquid ero mute fiotn a body,
i1"- r|i< niberi "I w lij| h are mi i.
r.uiii!.' ii en, i'i, jijug ||)e goveru-
men i Iq enter into com petition
witu lliem on llieil special lines i-
lo say ilie least utiusu i|.
II it I)'- a safe venture wh) do
merchant* propose to let it gt out
of iln-ir Ii mds ? ? ?
N'> doiiiit about ii. competition
in cur freighting business is most
desirable, but surely no pne
doubts that tins i- pel ii|i.irIv the
bustni ss il tnercanttje men Tin ie
s.him' t\)t ii would (end ii| a howl
of indignation if the government
shield propose t'. s, t up ,, gfoi pry
oi di) gl '"Is < 11-| .i 111111 111 So ;is to
pas., hi" foi die l.ihoin ing cl.i-srs.
We Know ih it some yearn ago a
local company chartered steamers
i."I'r.itn" and "Jnhani s !"!nuii"i
.o bint'.; fieigbl fn"iii New fork,
will fcnrrtf one vyhn WAS therein
interested \< II us u hy it w as aban-
doned
\ lew ) eai b i the stea mi i 'An-
|il i " owi ed t ran regularly be
tween Ne \. <;, and \ issau i".ir
rying freighi and passenger*; will
any n| (he sit irebo der< (ell us whj
fba was sold?
I "day tbere j nuffi :iei t sail-
tonnate ou......i ,,, ihi port, t i put
tinnl'iit ol freicl lers I om NewYk
'\utintln.i," "I'-entlv," 'I'., ti '
'Loujse I'," "S. E. Douglass," \l-
berl I). Mills," "Kvdine" and
others) to Nassaq, twice a week,
Will some of the owners of
these vessels tell us why they donol
put these vessels on I
It seems to ii, that il tins wag
a paying | roposition these gentle
nun v\ m I < I ii t line the govern-
n - it the opportunity o| making
cr 'fits Hi it they might earn.
\ i' win'.' I |ie situ i' ion thus, our
dutj lies in th" interest ol the pu-
blic to lift our pen in opp 'sin in
to a scheme that instead >l relj \
jng, u pi add ' tin burden of the
t.imi i\ .-I
II. M, S, "' lermione," C iptaiq
II. M. I >ughty, | ;ni I
me i.i'.. i rive I this morning
from \ e i Cruz; and Anchored ofj
tiie Iin, Draught of Water 31 feet.
The Waul Ljne S '-'I'll'!i "Si gu-
i mc i"steami fi New Vork for
N issau at ] p. m ons it:. |aj w ith
i p | and 70 irgq.
I he at ten1 ion of nut readei > is
i n vi ted to the notice in snot her
I'pieinu o| \ Sale at the Baptist
Missjon Home, East St. lorn/trrow
evi ii in ^,
j
MAILS
INTBRIVSULAR, foi Harbour
Island, I leuthera, Vndros, Vbaco.
I.\irn i, Long Maud,San Salvador.
Rum C ay anq Wat lings Island will
be closed "ti riiday i j
govf.bnmf.nt notices"
Labron \|oore Esq has bean ap<
poi'iied act jng Supeifntendeut.
Electrical Dep irtment.
("ho'is \. Wilde, Esq ha; resign-
ed Ins .ippopitment as a fustice of
the peace,
I h" 1 ioyernor ha* n mjn ited the
undeiuii'iiiioned, Tiustees of the
Nast 01 Library, Re 1 lingR.....1 an I
Museum for 1 ine yet) 1:-- .
|. M. R ie I.S..J. Capl W. R,
iladdon.Smith, Mrs. I. Iv', (.'
Young, and 1'ianl, llolnic-, Esq.'
His \|ij"stv The King, ill , ||
\>c advi I to In ill r.v.
A u act grant ing 1 personal allow*
ance to I'homas I'.'v.m Duggan
Brace.
An act granting a personal
allow,im e t'i |"lm J.unes I'ulmer
At The I nperial tonight there
will he a most interesting pro.
gramma of Four reels a
Synopsis ol one "An I up Ro
mam e" is iven below,
11 goo 1 t'i yourself, md see it,
AN I Ml' ROM Wt'l..
< ieorg Ii 111 and I low "I Sli' ine,
t \ v >ung sculptors, ;ire conten-
ders in a pi /' contest for the most
H| I't'i: statue |o be finished rind
led it the art si ii >l within
the month X.'iliiei "lie has sufli-
dent capital to employ .1 model,
but (ogethei they Stgi t out tp find
someone who win p >se l"i the sta-
ir.d take a chance ofl getting
1 '
Vhey .K c dent ill 1 upon a
Company ol moving picture actors
who are rehearsing > scene. In the
company is Violet llorncr, the
leading lady. In her the !, >\s see -i
wonderful subject foi the statue.
I'hey make h"i acqu unt.iiice and
.ift.-r telling her the situation pre-
vail upon 1 ''i to pose for them.
During the sitting) the boys fall
111 love w ith her, but she raiiimt
!' 1 Ie n nil Ii one die likes best.
Han's statue turns out the best,
-l".ine realizes this ; nd one after-
noon when the studio is linked
and the statues COVI red, hlo.m
sn.aks in and, without removing
the cover, si |shea the statue
which he thinks is Hair's, but
which in reality is bis, for the man
in cleaning up, hat changed the
position of Hie statues. Sloane's
perfidy is not discovered until the
day ol the ontest.
Violet, while in the studio comes
upon a piece that was taken bj
one ol the Imp i auieiami......i the
afternoon thai Sloan smashed the
Statue. Ju nping into an auto, Vi-
olet is driven 11 the scene ol the
ontest. Sloaue is denounced end
H in is awarded the price, Violel
accept; B r'a offer to pilot bet
through life,
The follwing .'.' re pissengei.
|i"r "I ouite I'"' from Miami
Satuiday East,
.


Miss Olga Mait\n, Eva Roker,
Mabel Wat kins, and Adaline Wat
kins; Mesdamos Susan El Wood ft id
child, Lilian I lathaway, M ify l ur-
ti-. Ethel W.iikins, Cecilia Cleare,
0 ivia Thompson and infant*, Alice!
Higgs, Vr^nia D.lancv, Julia
Roll'', 11 -it lie \lartm, and Louisa
Sands; Messrs S'.inley Fife, Elijah
Fei^u s m, Charles Symonett, vr. \
nest Nolle, Thomas Chrisolm, Cui
tiss Symonett, Gus Forbes, Alex-
andei Chrisholm, Elii-ih Collins,
Simon Rolle, Wilfred Pann, Ed-
ward Wat kins, Joseph Stump,
Edward Marshall, Zacheus Ix'olic,
1 red Rolle, Albert Smith, Z icha.;
n.di Cooper, and Tobias R'dle;
Master Clarence Sands 157)
SAYVILLF. PRESS NEWS
H. M S. "HERMIONE"
AT SEA ISih June 1914
x York, I ; ids forlorn
hope in Polo stormed the Amerii an
< itadel in the first game of tlie
miies for the international 1 up
yesti rday afterni on with such a
vigorous assa dt that the big foui
of Meadow Brook was entirely
routed and the first game we it to
the 1 engers by a score ol 8J
goals tu 3. In every dep irtmeni
of the game IheBritish ex.-elled the
Amerii an*. Ran ed goals E igl ind
10 \meric 1 (. Penalties England
1) Roils \merica 1. Individual
1 'apt. Lockeetl 3. aptain
Ch 1 ipe |. Capt. loir kmson 5. Jn
Wat 1 Devi aux Milborn 1
Lo id in.T ie cup c!i illengei
Shamiock IV on one ol hei
ti ips me isuri d 1 s fi Hows:
F10 n the tip of her !> >w spr'1 lo
1I1 end ol her boom 134 feet
and from the w t r line to the tin
"f the 1 luh topsail 179 fei t, if she
si 1 uld n nsl the "Resolute"
;it the p esenl lime she would have
ill v 8 m inutes .} seconds 1 ime
vi 1 Mi" < up course of thirty miles
Ni York, The Rodman Wan
nmaki r I rans \il intic Flying
I l Lieutenant John C. Poite
pilote ind 1 ieorge I falloii niech in-
ician ill u\ to make the I tans-
Atlantic flight some time m early
part of July from St Johns N. F.
Bpe Ii 11 Ireland, I ieutrnanl |
Porte expects to m ike the trip in
.'I lo .' hours I '1- hi lual flying '
'I1-1 ince will be ab ml ninte< n
hundred miles. II mat hine fly
lo any poinl in I grope will w in the
lord Nor I ltd iff priz of fifty Hi m.
Band dollars and n five thousand
dollai silvi 1 liophy offered by Mm.
Mart in of Woman s \ei ial I eague
of 1 ire ii Britain,
I.oiid'm. ( o|_ | heodiire R 1*
iel| arrived in l,ond >n yestet
ioi'ii iii 1 outmi'iii :.< 1 nmpanied
In Mrs I on a vorth In- d lugh ei and
Phillip I Roosvi '1 his 1 ii-in.
\ 1 V \ net 1' in I 01 New
THE REINDEER
is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region, and it is possibly
the most useful of all the animals which dwell in tms
part ol the world. Unlike the Reindeer,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is to he found ill all parts of the civilised world, and its
great utility is vouched for by millions of contented
hi lusewivcs who would not
be without it. Sunlight
Soap enjoys a well-merited
reputation, it is absolutely
pine,ami will not harm the
mi 1st leiicatcfabric. A piece
of Sunlight Snap used in
your next wash will 1 m-
vimc you of its excellence.
ihinj five fee1 in length and depth
id 1!. 1 1 in I plates to with
in ten feel ol the valet ine. Stuck
in tlir hod w as Die "Pretoria's '
anchor which penetrated quarters
ol 1 lie firemen ind ulors none in
I, \cridi ni 1 11 se fog
Friday morning. New York on true
1 '- u lo>t Ii 5 sounded Ii 1 tjuei : l\
heard 'w enl y minuti s befoie col.
1 i'Hi, Si v Y I. w is stopped
ii'-ad.....I Pretoiia nas he 1 I
Siaib ol bow moving slowly
anmnd In \ \'( w V01 k until Sti
on Port bow Pietoria endeavou ed
to hold fa I in hole 1 lUl -'iai 11 ill)
fell ,1 rt \ 1.11 mil a ;i in; lull1 and
".11 rying n 1 ay pai 1 of rail undei
I'r eicit-nienl (Ifficeis 1 rew maintain
< splei 1I1 discip ine. When g
animation proved 1 water enter-
i 'j. New "i orl. hot pj Is priiceed
e ihe Preioiia suffei (d if any.
Athens That wai between Gn
and I'urke) is inevitable asthe re-
sult o' tin- persecution and expul*
sion "f (ireeki l"\ Ottonien offi" ials
is open 11 assei ted tod iy bv Ihe
newspnpei I It s ia which is considei
ed as v.....ig (he maj irity of (ireek
Public opinion.
New vork. lame: Butlers I !od< Ij
wain llie lv en- \|< rial Slal It
B In out Park yesli id iy. I. Bark.
era "|ohn (lund w on 1 lie I. ttonia
Dei by I I tl mia \. Y. and Y.W.
Si linn's "|)a\id ( raig" won the
lnt< mat 1 nil I > -11 \- at Montreal
( anada.
Watch for the
Flower-Show
Imperial
Theatre
Monday, 15th June
Billys Strategy
\ GEM
An Imp Romace
AND
The Trail of Steel
4 Reels
6d. 9d. Is.
V -k" h

n

AT IHK thrkf: SISTERS
The Vogue The Bon March
and I he Bi
The Motor Boat
VIM
WILL run from Rawaon
Sq, toll. M. S. "Her-
mione" from 2. to to 5 p.m.
on Monday and I'uesday, 14
.ind 15th.
Round trip 2s. Children is.
"remember !~
THAT the -Lvnx" will be
I here. To give you
1'illinl ti ip to II. M. S. "Iln
rritoni "
Price moderate.
See I. P. Knowles, Owner
and you will 1><' satisfied.
For Result
Advertise in
The Tribune
IK
HSl


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