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IT London. 15,—Harry Pike the young mining engineer who astounded London by hi* nocturnal visit on June 7th into Buckingham Palace was today bound under bond of one hundred dollars to keep the peace and released. June 17 1914 Ascot. England, 16.—Mr. Rothsbohild's Bradwood won the Ascot stakes at 25 to 1, Asparagus second the Guller third. Every possible precaution was taken to guard King George and Queen Mary from suffragette disturbers at the races. Paris 16. — WithSever il persons to be accounted for, ten bodies of those whd p. fished in the cave'in of Varizue streets last night due to the undermining of the earth, during heavy nuns, had Ix'en recovered up to a late hour this afternoon. The fc'ork of digging out the sunken thoroughfares continues, more buildings collapsed and some |>ersons were injured today. Biussels, Belgium, 16.—(ireat damage was done last night by a terrific storm. Many persons were injured and hundred* of head of cattle were drowned or killed by lightning. Qeubec 16 —Inquiry into I he loss of the "Empress of Ireland" was Opened here loday before a royal commission, presided over by Lord Jeresy. Port-mouth Eng. 16.Pir Thn. mas Upton's y.irhl shamrock IV' has been placed in drv dock and is to be considernbly lightened and four tons of lead will he taken from l.er keel. Washington, 16. Secretary Bryan is said today, to consider that satisfactory progress is being made at NiagaraFalls, In 1 matter of this kindspeechet are out of the question. New York 16 I ngland captur. ed the International rnloCupnfter a Stubbornly contested game, winch w* not won untill the last period. The Rfilish leant heat the Americans for the second lime today l>y A score of four points to three arid a quater in 'lie series of the games which resulted in two games out of three. The game was very exciting and the result of the fame n as in doubl until the last minute of play. En %  land scored Iwn goals in the lirsi j.ei iod, one in the second one in the titctli and ore in the eighth. The Americ mi *mred one in the fourth one in the fifth, two in the siXlh and one in the eighth. Both train* therefore scored live goals en h,l>ut the Am're His ln*| one 1 I'd thre quarter points in penal ilies, while England was penalized one point. Thus the final score stood, England f.iui Americans Three and a quar ter. St. Petersburg |6,— Charged with insulting the Russian Mil ister of Justice two members of the Russian bar were placed on trial here todav. Synopses of Two Pictures at The Imperial tonight. I HE $10,000 BRIDE. Mary OWIalley known to stage. dorn as "Phedra, ihe Egyptian dancer" was hurried from her dress ing room by the inpertinent manager ere she had time to powder her nose more than ten times. Now Phedra had eyes like the stars of Arabia, hut her mouth was awful, A careful I) draped veil of Egyp* tian gause, however, hid this defect anil Jack Gavbov fell hard for the descendant of I leopatra. Her closely veiled face She refused to disclose until she was well en. sconsed in the cafe, and to Jack's murmured "will you marry m •" she shyly assented nn I raised her veil. "Suffering Rbchel, what a facet" Her mouth cut bias,pointed heavenward and her lew remaining teeth wercrurelv in morning. Jack made one frightful leap ami vanished ( u t the door. Phedia, not to he fooled at this time, followed. At thi scritical juncture Jack Gayboy, closely followed by Phedra, runs on the scene. Heating \lxa say he would Rive tio.ooo if Solomon wen only alive, Solomon rnisi s up and demands the money hey are confronted bv Gayhoy who offers them the $10,00 > to relieve him o| I'I e.h by marrying her. I le shoves lite < he. k in Mn's hand and flies, Max goes up in Ph'-dr.i, raises the veil and with a frightened look seeks safety in flight, Meel nsj Solomon he giess him the check anrl tells him he is the chosen one. Soloman goes lo Phedra lifts her veil—"Oh, Israel, what ,. f.n el" Still I IO, 10O is leri thousand nollais, and uitu eyes giind in ihe check lie consents Imperial r Theatre Wednesday, 17th June Animated Weekly Night with 2 Reels full of interesting events Also The $10,000 Bride It happened on the Beach And The Branded Six Shooter 6d. 9d. Is. Notice 1 Moses Stubbs of Arthurs r I Town left my wife Julela in my boose and provided for her and now she left my borne with out my content or without my Knowledge of her leaving This is to notify the public that I am free from all her indebtedness or any other debt she may hereafter transact and that I exempt her from all my benefits and sup c irts so long as she remains out 1 >f my house. MOSES STUBBS. Men, FU. 19th April, 1914. BEST It,; 76 2 i cst. \\ <-. (lo not sell it. I" HAPPENED AT REACH. II The weatnei WHS delightfully fine when Max and I.ON, nflfcom. panied bj Iheii spouses, started to the shining sand-. The hubbies, seeing their chance, epen a violent flirtation with the bathing girls and forget the indignant l ivs .iltc gel her. Hut I hey ware not forgotten by the ladies, who investigate their delay; ar.d coining up in the ga\ l.othlirioS, B 1 ve chae M till paras 'Is. Not rontent with this the tngr\ wives tear the hat hi. g suits from their liemhling forms, and only two empty barrels save them from arrest. IT we do Bell and will continue to sell 13 Standard Oil Co. Gasoline Tost your Gasoline. We invite comparison with any in the City. Price aacts. per gallon it 50 gallon Drums. Custon using KX) gals, or over Month 20c. gallon. Watch our Notice for osene in June. C. C. SAUND Nassau, N. p.. M.,v jHtli. 1914. o FOUND \ Monday evening on El st St A silver spangled scaff. Apply at Tnbui e Office"



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3 CD P 3v cr %  a CD (// K o (D 0) Nvillivis rvd Jic ttis (urnre in verbs m ••glair L Beini! bound lo %  > %  .i&r to ihc [)o|ms >f no Master VOL. \I. NASSAU. N. I\. Bahams, V. ednesJ\ June 17. 1414 No I LEON I ". DUPI'CH, IT0B AN i I'RIIPRII ii I OPPICK |H ,, \IAI(KI:T STRBET au N. P., I.VIAMA-. C II. Hi I : : -1: i 5 i) \ i 1 Monday, Wednesday and Friday— s si' copi ; ^ i 'i is. 4d u. .. Ira. W i kly M 1 I Hal Vearly Yearly PAYABLE IN ADVANCE A I • i. ti Sii i net 11 line three j' nee %  for se nsertion; and i < . %  ; nder eight linei I-. We tl and our < irre-pn lent \ MEMI'.I li" foi I,,. | tier which %  • e publi bed j esti rd iy We huve no imeresl in tlie Ward i '"• %  I do II it lil.r then a||i. il y person in II i Icij was to -111K• tii.it aiiitu le would iw him 'Ii > .1 ^ • I.new I. fore III it tingovei nm -nt i li Men I sic mi ler the impression lhai %  '3 / tli Ward Line M liicli t i IIs Tin i i rent. We think | ien (he merch int I, rl tli "Vik ""' I n,' a i I "I Mini's It i ••if.1 1 fin ling, a n liarl at whi h Ihey I in I |hi ir freight a w uehouse to dter freig il I i I rlelivi iv. st< vi In unlo id .i .11. ;i I niLn wli i' in;is lo di livi and rereiv i i i, ei ks '" "i ike ur I'.I. ,\ •.. to c ill.-, t i • !hl ml Ihc Hi ... I HI things ii <| n ,.,| ,,| .ni by a •le in. • %  ; mine "I wliii i ibings • rn n lit li i I to do foi (he Ward l.i i • \!i I, ih t$ j i Inch tli \ w ill h ive lo do foi 'amrs they ch irlev. I "A ME VIM H %  %  p %  ol 11 if govern n %  il in I rs .int* ivi i 11 11 %  %  • n > %  fo| tlie gov in.in i li itle nnefs? MAILS Forei %  VI iih, all > Mail* f.ir Ir-agu i nid I. -MI,' f, v t., be f .r. warded via N >w York, will be r.tftde up and doted al the General I' l Office mi Iliursday.Juce i8tli at 12 noon, f"r desp itch per s S, "Vigi lai ci.i." I %  II Mails to ho foi warded vi i Miami, Fin. will he ma le up at the Gem I • "i Friday, June igth, ;it 8 a. in. foi despati h pei "Fiances E" ..* II. M.S. "Hermione" steamed f'u I'ic'imuda '.is! night, l"lte Ward Line Steamer "Senu ranca" at i ived from Ni York tins f. IP>\\ ing were pavi igers. — Mis Harl Bet Mrs I' I"' i I Hi m. Win. I lai t Mi hi, ni I \ Harringi I I I i • • I iidd; Mattel I .iii.. %  oury. Mi \ %  • ( .'in.| hell and d ild; Ml" it M. VV I ward i )i ffin, and \ ni M (i 3) I', ui in transit foi Santiago de (' The i Inn, \V. Hart Bennett and Miss 11.nt Bei tins 111 niid..' : Mr. Frank VV. 1'ibben, Vjjent "I The 11 I. vi ise (' imp my nl Brook, lyn, \ \ Y 1 k is in the pity, having an ive I this mot ni riie P rt will lomori %  \ 1 i,,i . %  i ^15. RADIOGRAMS June 16 1 ii.i. \\ ashington i •-, t >t4"~The ability of the Mi dtators at Niagara Falls and the An ri san and Hut rtian delegati s to agree on a pun isional president for Mi M >, w ill make or bn ak mi dtation. Up to the pn sent the names su I by the Ameri. %  1 1 .i\ e bei n rejecte '. The I luerta delegati s explain that tin \ (.iiniiii be expe ted to accent anj one i livi in the lution, liir ii lated that the list 1l>v no means i ompleted, and it is likely for the nexl couple 1 1 'a thai the qtialifi 1 atii us "I mi 11 will occupy the entire attention of the envoys and the representative "f the state department still belie that it will be possible to reach a 1 hoice. Mi H ty, 15.—The governmen) n ceive I reports thai the re bels %  %  i 1 pulsed .it.\ 1 111 c> lost 30 '•.) ui' n, (ieneral Natian 1 b %  c imm imler in chiel seriofisly wounded while I h %  hieft tins were kill d. Washington is. Ms. nsation reve iling Presidenl VVils n's (h 1 il months ago, thai a gianl lobh ivoik to del I I bill v this morning w hen t; pies of letters 1 liich lie d bee I nal 'A 1 li' circular camp lign to the nl a tli it buisn ;ss is b 1 I an I I li in 1 hi .id. I!: 1 (he postp memi nt|of the anti trust legislation. The 1'iosj. il"nt sai I with cum Ralisf tction Hi it these docume ip is ol the plisycholoj'iral as.pi ct of the business di piession w hich he d -crib %  peful some ti me ago. New i' 11 k. 15— I'here will be 1 0 (hanges in the personnel nl the I 'i iln team, !ii' li 11 tli" English foui Mnl match for ihr in ti rnati in 1/ cup at \1" 1 I iw JBro >k lo noi row a I 1 I Ins .inn .mi ement w is rn ide by the • %  • 1 the Polo • ; 1 ifti 1 eting tod iy. The line up will he Ri ne fa Mon. tagne, number 1, \l. VVaterbury Jr. Number 3, Larry \Vaterln1r3 Number 3 I) vereux Milburn, Imk. Phis arrangement merely changes the 1 HI "f L. W.it'Mbury and \l I .mi. VV tigton 1 ,. I he application "I Hairy K. I haw for leave on bail from custody in Ni w I lampshire in Ins "i labcas 1 01 pus" pro 1 %  > dings t.. make permanent ins escape from \ iti i\ in asylum, VM d 'I t-i.l.i\ l>3 the supre court, I Incourt also denied Tli 1 %  •••'1 •. 1 tesl fi M pei mission foi hi 11 t 1 tn lo Pitttl urg, Kingston, l.i. News fin Haiti 1 %  i ed tod y says ;Ui v ilutio i its recently inflicted a crushing defeat on G 11 :.•.! /. imor't foi es,


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Nvillivis rvd Jic ttis (urnre in verbs m glair L
Beini! bound lo . > .i&r to ihc [)o|ms >f no Master
VOL. \I.
Nassau. N. I\. Bahams, V. ednesJ\ June 17. 1414
No I
LEON I ". DUPI'CH,
IT0B an i I'riipRii ii I
OPPICK |H ,, \iai(ki:t STRBET
au N. P., I.VIAMA-.
C ii. Hi I
: : -1: i 5 i) \ i 1 ,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
s" si' copi ......; ^
.....i 'i
.....is. 4d
. u.
..
......Ira.
W i kly
M
1 I
Hal Vearly
Yearly
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
A I i. ti Sii i net 11 line
three j' nee
for se nsertion; and i <
.
' ; nder eight linei I-.
We tl and our < irre-pn lent \
MEMI'.I li" foi I,,. | tier
which e publi bed j esti rd iy
We huve no imeresl in tlie Ward
' i'" I do ii it lil.r then a||i.
il y person in ii i Icij
was to -111K tii.it aiiitu le
would iw him 'Ii > .1
^..... I.new I. fore III it tin-
govei nm -nt i li Men I sic
mi ler the impression lhai
' '3 / tli Ward Line
m liicli t i ii- s Tin i i rent.
We think | ien (he mer-
ch int I, rl tli "Vik
""' I n,' a i I "I Mini's It......"
i
if.11 fin ling, a n liarl at whi h
Ihey I in I |hi ir freight a w ue-
house to dter freig il I i
' I rlelivi iv. st< vi In
unlo id .i .11. ;i I niLn wli i' in;- is
lo di livi and rereiv i i i, ei ks
'" "i ike ur I'.I. ,\ .. to c ill.-, t
i !hl ml Ihc Hi ... I HI
things ii <| n ,.,| ,,| .ni by a
le in. ; mine "I wliii i ibings
" rn n lit li i I to do foi (he
Ward l.i i \!i I, ih t$ji
Inch tli \ w ill h ive lo do foi
'amrs they ch irlev.
I "A ME VIM H
p ' ol 11 if govern n il in I
rs .int* ivi i 11 11
n > fo| tlie gov in.in i li it-
le nnefs?
MAILS
Forei VI iih, all > Mail* f.ir
Ir-agu i nid I.-mi,' f,v t., be f .r.
warded via N >w York, will be
r.tftde up and doted al the General
I' l Office mi Iliursday.Juce i8tli
at 12 noon, f"r desp itch per s S,
"Vigi lai ci.i."
I . ii Mails to ho foi warded
vi i Miami, Fin. will he ma le up
at the Gem I
"i Friday, June igth, ;it 8
a. in. foi despati h pei "Fiances E"
..*
II. M.S. "Hermione" steamed
f'u I'ic'imuda '.is! night,
l"lte Ward Line Steamer "Senu
ranca" at i ived from Ni York tins
f. IP>\\ ing were pa-
vi igers.
Mis Harl Bet Mrs
I' I"' i I Hi m. Win. I lai t
' Mi hi, ni I
\ Harringi
I I I i I iidd;
Mattel I .iii.. oury.
Mi \ ( .'in.| hell and d ild;
Ml" it M. VV I ward
i )i ffin, and \ ni M (i 3)
I', ui in transit foi Santiago de
(' .
The i Inn, \V. Hart Bennett and
Miss 11.nt Bei tins
111 niid..' : '
Mr. Frank VV. 1'ibben, Vjjent "I
The 11 I. vi ise (' imp my nl Brook,
lyn, \ \ Y 1 k is in the pity, hav-
ing an ive I this mot ni
riie P rt will
' lomori \ 1 i,,i
. i ^15.
RADIOGRAMS
June 16 1 ii.i.
\\ ashington i -, t >t4"~The
ability of the Mi dtators at Nia-
gara Falls and the An ri san
and Hut rtian delegati s to agree
on a pun isional president for
Mi m >, w ill make or bn ak mi
dtation. Up to the pn sent the
names su I by the Ameri.
1 1 .i\ e bei n rejecte '. The
I luerta delegati s explain that
tin \ (.iiniiii be expe ted to
accent anj one i livi in the
lution, liir ii lated that
the list 1- l>v no means i omplet-
ed, and it is likely for the nexl
couple 1 1 'a thai the qtialifi
1 atii us "I mi 11 will occupy the
entire attention of the envoys
and the representative "f the
state department still belie
that it will be possible to reach
a 1 hoice.
Mi h ty, 15.The govern-
men) n ceive I reports thai the re
bels i 1 pulsed .it.\ 1
111 c> lost 30 '.) ui' n, (ieneral Natian
1 b ' c imm imler in chiel
seriofisly wounded while I h
hieft tins were kill d.
Washington is. Ms. nsation re-
ve iling Presidenl VVils n's (h
1 il months ago, thai a gianl
lobh ivoik to del I I
' bill v this
morning w hen t;
pies of letters 1 liich lie
d bee I nal
'a 1 li' circular camp lign to
the nl a tli it buisn ;ss is b 1 I an I
I li in 1 hi .id. I!:
1 (he postp memi nt|of the
anti trust legislation. The 1'iosj.
il"nt sai I with cum Ralisf tction
Hi it these docume ip is
ol the plisycholoj'iral as.pi ct of the
business di piession w hich he d --
crib peful some ti me ago.
New i' 11 k. 15 I'here will be 1 0
(hanges in the personnel nl the
I 'i iln team, !ii'-li 11
tli" English foui Mnl
match for ihr in ti rnati in 1/ cup at
\1" 1 I iw JBro >k lo noi row a I -
1 I Ins .inn .mi ement w is
rn ide by the 1 the Polo
; 1 ifti 1 eting tod iy.
The line up will he Ri ne fa Mon.
tagne, number 1, \l. VVaterbury Jr.
Number 3, Larry \Vaterln1r3 Num-
ber 3 I) vereux Milburn, Imk. Phis
arrangement merely changes the
1 hi "f L. W.it'Mbury and
\l I .mi.
VV tigton 1 ,. I he applica-
tion "I Hairy K. I haw for leave
on bail from custody in Ni w
I lampshire in Ins "i labcas 1 01 pus"
pro 1 > dings t.. make permanent
ins escape from \ iti i\ in asylum,
vm d 'I t-i.l.i\ l>3 the supre.....
court, I In- court also denied
Tli 1 '- 1 . 1 tesl fi M pei mission foi
hi 11 t 1 tn lo Pitttl urg,
Kingston, l.i. News f- in Haiti
1 i ed tod y says ;Ui v ilutio i its
recently inflicted a crushing defeat
on G 11 :..! /. imor't foi es,


IT
London. 15,Harry Pike the
young mining engineer who as-
tounded London by hi* nocturnal
visit on June 7th into Buckingham
Palace was today bound under
bond of one hundred dollars to
keep the peace and released.
June 17 1914
Ascot. England, 16.Mr. Roths-
bohild's Bradwood won the Ascot
stakes at 25 to 1, Asparagus second
the Guller third. Every possible
precaution was taken to guard
King George and Queen Mary from
suffragette disturbers at the races.
Paris 16. WithSever il persons to
be accounted for, ten bodies of those
whd p. fished in the cave'in of Vari-
zue streets last night due to the
undermining of the earth, during
heavy nuns, had Ix'en recovered up
to a late hour this afternoon. The
fc'ork of digging out the sunken
thoroughfares continues, more
buildings collapsed and some |>er-
sons were injured today.
Biussels, Belgium, 16.(ireat
damage was done last night by a
terrific storm. Many persons were
injured and hundred* of head of
cattle were drowned or killed by
lightning.
Qeubec 16 Inquiry into I he loss
of the "Empress of Ireland" was
Opened here loday before a royal
commission, presided over by Lord
Jeresy.
Port-mouth Eng. 16.- Pir Thn.
mas Upton's y.irhl shamrock IV'
has been placed in drv dock and is
to be considernbly lightened and
four tons of lead will he taken from
l.er keel.
Washington, 16. Secretary Bryan
is said today, to consider that satis-
factory progress is being made at
NiagaraFalls, In 1 matter of this
kindspeechet are out of the
question.
New York 16 I ngland captur.
ed the International rnloCupnfter
a Stubbornly contested game, winch
w* not won untill the last period.
The Rfilish leant heat the Ameri-
cans for the second lime today l>y
A score of four points to three arid
a quater in 'lie series of the games
which resulted in two games out of
three.
The game was very exciting and
the result of the fame n as in doubl
until the last minute of play. En
land scored Iwn goals in the lirsi
j.ei iod, one in the second one in the
titctli and ore in the eighth. The
Americ mi *mred one in the fourth
one in the fifth, two in the siXlh
and one in the eighth. Both train*
therefore scored live goals en h,l>ut
the Am're His ln*| one 1 I'd thre
quarter points in penal ilies, while
England was penalized one point.
Thus the final score stood, England
f.iui Americans Three and a quar
ter.
St. Petersburg |6, Charged
with insulting the Russian Mil is-
ter of Justice two members of the
Russian bar were placed on trial
here todav.
Synopses of Two Pictures at The
Imperial tonight.
I HE $10,000 BRIDE.
Mary OWIalley known to stage.
dorn as "Phedra, ihe Egyptian
dancer" was hurried from her dress
ing room by the inpertinent man-
ager ere she had time to powder
her nose more than ten times. Now
Phedra had eyes like the stars of
Arabia, hut her mouth was awful,
A careful I) draped veil of Egyp*
tian gause, however, hid this de-
fect anil Jack Gavbov fell hard for
the descendant of I leopatra. Her
closely veiled face She refused to
disclose until she was well en.
sconsed in the cafe, and to Jack's
murmured "will you marry m "
she shyly assented nn I raised her
veil. "Suffering Rbchel, what a
facet" Her mouth cut bias,pointed
heavenward and her lew remain-
ing teeth wercrurelv in morning.
Jack made one frightful leap ami
vanished (,ut the door. Phedia,
not to he fooled at this time, fol-
lowed.
At thi scritical juncture Jack Gay-
boy, closely followed by Phedra,
runs on the scene. Heating \lxa
say he would Rive tio.ooo if
Solomon wen only alive, Solomon
rnisi s up and demands the money
! hey are confronted bv Gayhoy
who offers them the $10,00 > to
relieve him o| I'i e.h by marrying
her. I le shoves lite < he. k in Mn's
hand and flies, Max goes up in
Ph'-dr.i, raises the veil and with a
frightened look seeks safety in
flight, Meel nsj Solomon he giess
him the check anrl tells him he is
the chosen one. Soloman goes lo
Phedra lifts her veil"Oh, Israel,
what ,. f.n el" Still I IO, 10O is leri
thousand nollais, and uitu eyes
giind in ihe check lie consents
Imperial r
Theatre
Wednesday, 17th June
Animated Weekly
Night
with 2 Reels full of interest-
ing events
Also
The $10,000 Bride
It happened on
the Beach
And
The Branded
Six Shooter
6d. 9d. Is.
Notice
1 Moses Stubbs of Arthurs r
I Town left my wife Julela in
my boose and provided for her
and now she left my borne with
out my content or without my
Knowledge of her leaving This
is to notify the public that I am
free from all her indebtedness or
any other debt she may hereafter
transact and that I exempt her
from all my benefits and sup
c irts so long as she remains out
1 >f my house.
MOSES STUBBS.
Men, FU.
19th April, 1914.
BEST It,; 762
i cst. \\ <-. (lo not sell it.
I" HAPPENED AT
REACH.
II
The weatnei whs delightfully
fine when Max and I.ON, nflfcom.
panied bj Iheii spouses, started to
the shining sand-.
The hubbies, seeing their chance,
epen a violent flirtation with the
bathing girls and forget the indig-
nant l* iv- s .iltc gel her. Hut I hey
ware not forgotten by the ladies,
who investigate their delay; ar.d
coining up in the ga\ l.othlirioS,
B 1 ve chae M till paras 'Is.
Not rontent with this the tngr\
wives tear the hat hi. g suits from
their liemhling forms, and only
two empty barrels save them from
arrest.
IT we do Bell and will
continue to sell
13
Standard Oil Co.
Gasoline Tost your Gaso-
line. We invite comparison
with any in the City.
Price aacts. per gallon it
50 gallon Drums. Custon
using KX) gals, or over
Month 20c. gallon.
Watch our Notice for
osene in June.
C. C. SAUND
Nassau, N. p.. M.,v jHtli. 1914.
o
FOUND
\ Monday evening on El st St
A silver spangled scaff.
Apply at Tnbui e Office"


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