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. •f w Vullnis axlilli ma lurnre In vei tin inmi'ilrl 11.-in, bound toawenr to the Diigmns of no Mater. VOL. XIII. Ndiuu, N.P.. B&IIKIIW s. MONDAY. March 20. 1916 \ U lill.HKKT Dl I'll II Editor tnd I %  • : I n| ||, Corner Sliirlov & Charlotte Sis ,\ MM*, ,V /', /liifminas PHONK 800. P. '). BOX II ) PUBLISHED DAILY 0tif i! iv, an I I Im RATE S lonilay, W eJnewuM and I i py %  inj i i fSg^*atui.l.i> i I' 1 Monthly i '. Quarterly i • • I'l.. i 'i i-1 i, %  VMth 18 : v. \l.1.1 IN vov A NO I' V l\ ,-,• % %  i %  %  • K' %  %  -. i fm i • li • li i %  i i .ml III-IIII "i ; i i)iiC|>e %  i ' i tor ul lu( I %  • t!-i'i,;n,tumlei ettilit li i i %  vVe tindei -'.-mil thai lli< P.ilice Band went on a recruiting in n 1 i)relay aftei noun. t ,\tt ilium is din rted i" the jihnti-i'iiii'nl of ;i Lecture on |fiji to I"' give-i at the Imp rial Theatre bj I lis Excellent j the Governor. Tliere need be no d ubt' ;i-, tn being inter* sii d, and the subject and the lecture are both ,i guarantee that it will be interesting. The Mail Steamer "Mexico" 'arrive.I • lithe Porl yefterday morning, transferred 44 passen gen to Pender "Colon ia ', and proceeded to I lavana. Misses Margaret Anderson, Elizabeth M. Barker, Edith L. i '.HI len Helen V. I.< wis, < 1 i. Mestin, Edna .1. Peard, and Josephine Rots; Mesdames Em ma \ Burnett, Miriam Lewis, Nellie M Spannier, and Vio lette I' ^now; Misters and Mis I rentes VYaliei A Bradford, 1) mifl II. liartratn. Sidncv (i. Cottr'e.n, and Gt 01 ;e \V. S|,i ;ue \lfssts Rodolphe I.. A \i. fttrg' tie P. Burnett, Calvin W. Bates, John M. Dodd, Warren 1. Green, Matthew Gaj, I rente P I lancock, Ki nneth F. Luthby, James MacNaughton Alfreds, Maxer, Guy Norman, Harlej V Roberts, Irving M Snow, I lorace I). Taft, Arthur Turtibull. Rodwell Todd, and Clai ke W'tlli ims. Miss Lor ttn Ricard; Mrs Mary Naylor, Mi srs D. Lew ellj n Keith, and 1 hai les Burns; Master Benjamin Nat lor. Miss Editli North; Mrs Sav aiita I l.irvey, Master ( : arli North. Ra diog'rams March 201I1 1916. \V'j S'UII ;IMH; (',, i eral Fun daj re tied all quiet along the bord( r. Galvesfon, T< icas: i'lie scho< ner La Providencia n port etl wrei ked ofl the Mexican c asteis said 10 resemble the vat hi I clipse v, Inch lid from Norfolk u nil in tamed Germans. Paris: I In re H ere no infan try atta ks lasl night in Verdun 11 • 1 • ut. fliere was intermittenl cannonading. London: The Dutch steamer Pal 1 inlia ng as l. >i p. d' 1 d tins morning near Galloper Light, Thames > s 'uai\ Tin crew 1 was sa\ < %  <] Tbe ship v\ as bound from Rotterdam to Java. The Hague: The officers of the Dutch steamer Tubania de Clare she was torpedoed. Berlin: —Constantinople ad t ices sav thai Envetf Pasha, Turkish War Minister, returned after inspeting Syria, Palestine and Arabia. I le had previous!) n reported assassinati d Vienna.* The Austrian cap luted an Italian position North of Tolmino bi idgehead on lson ZO front and took prisoner Italians including 16 officers. Paris: (I rm in fi irees in Vei %  dun region cmitii ue actn ities Northeast of the fortressi s En nc h tin tain 1 f fire stoppt d their attacks French bombing aeroplanes, 1 w< ntv three in number, dropped 72 shells on aviation campal Hehs'ieimand freighl sh< ds at Muhlhausen Berlin: Thi 11 1 nians re gained ground lost nn March 2i\i\ in mine fighting by Successful attack against Biitish lines Not 1 hear I ol V< 1 mel s In Verdun region French at t mpts agaii t D id Mans Mill and East of are stopped. London: Nine 1 en mis "'pre killed and thirty one injured in a raid from four German sea planes over li e East (.'oast of Kent today l'n 11 ish ,-| 11 men bl 1 ughl down one raider oversea, the German obst 1 vei being killed. ft SUGAR AND TIE HEART. \ ihur Goulst 'ii lias publish ed a bookin which he gives n .isons for believing lliat can-? Sugar lias a specific action in strengthening-the heart muscle in cases of hear! double, such aurii ulai fibrillation, Bui %  < ulai tachycardia, beginning failure after valvular lesions, tobacco heart (if smoking is given up, 1 and, in fact, in any case where the heart muscle is failing. He gives cane fnot beet) sugar, dissolved in hoi but not boiling water, to he taken in sips throughout the day, say every two hours; or if a large quantity is to be taken, part may be taken with milk,st< %  fruit, etc., or spiead on bit ad am! butti 1. The fust week he gives two (Him t s of sii gar daily; the second week, three ounces ; the third week and Hum • He advises against tluj shar| in I "in su rai I In diet, In 1 be plain, m dei it< and 'I farm., eons, midsJ milk, etc I 1 the nun \; 1 should m t be use* Lift and !1\ THEWARANOWCWfcNPnYSICl The call <>f men toscrviH left a dearth of physicianl nonmilitary duty in th erent countries, and in 1 and Ge/many wol 1 II | 1 Iv invited into the pn sion. In both c< untries a larger c< mlingent "f n womenstudi ntstl neverbefl and worni n physicians ai ing situations formerly od nnlj to men One place in 1 "I bind which had always be* filled by a mac al f 100 a V< and emoluments, is now bl! by a woman al f 1,000 a ye and en "hi cuts. GENERAL KURQPATKIN. In prize 1 no pail nee I ie 1 Kur. patkin has "come back.'] This general, w ho figured prom inentlv in the Russian Japam I War ol a 0 ts ago, hai : us j beei given a irnportani command cn Ihe Russian fr< nl \t the turn ol the Russian de feat at the hands of Japan thert was a tendency to blame Kuro patkin, but subsequtat investigations show that he was not to blame but that the interferei of Russian nobility and the 111 t. rnal weaknesi of the Russian Army svslem Wi r€ at fault, Fol lowim; the war Kuropatkin published a book in which lie. took full i1 : ibilities for bis mistal esai d at the same time paid a high tribute to the brat e rv and self sacrifice of his n 1 1 Ih is undoubtedly a brave i, k


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Publication Date: Monday, March 20, 1916
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Vullnis axlilli ma lurnre In vei tin inmi'ilrl
11.-in, bound toawenr to the Diigmns of no Mater.
VOL. XIII.
Ndiuu, N.P.. B&Iikiiw s. MONDAY. March 20. 1916
\ U lill.HKKT Dl I'll II
Editor tnd I ' : I
n| ||,
Corner Sliirlov & Charlotte Sis
,\ MM*, ,V /', /liifminas
PHONK 800. P. '). BOX II
)
PUBLISHED DAILY
0tif i! iv, an I I Im
RATE S
lonilay, W eJnewuM and I i
py.......
inj i i
fSg^*atui.l.i> i I'1
Monthly i '.
Quarterly i
I'l.. i 'i i-1 i,
VMth 18
: v. \l.1.1 IN vov A NO I'
V l\ ,-, i , K' -. i
fm i li
li i . i i .ml iii-iiIi "i ; .....i i)iiC|>e ' i '
i tor ul lu( I
t!-i'i,;n,t- umlei ettilit li i i
vVe tindei -'.-mil thai lli< P.ilice
Band went on a recruiting
in n 1 i)relay aftei noun.
t,\tt ilium is din rted i" the
jihnti-i'iiii'nl of ;i Lecture on
|fiji to I"' give-i at the Imp rial
Theatre bj I lis Excellent j the
. Governor.
Tliere need be no d ubt'
;i-, tn being inter* sii d, and the
subject and the lecture are both ,
,i guarantee that it will be
interesting.
' The Mail Steamer "Mexico"
'arrive.I lithe Porl yefterday
morning, transferred 44 passen
gen to Pender "Colon ia ', and
proceeded to I lavana.
Misses Margaret Anderson,
Elizabeth M. Barker, Edith L.
i '.hi len Helen V. I.< wis, <
1 i. Mestin, Edna .1. Peard, and
Josephine Rots; Mesdames Em
ma \ Burnett, Miriam Lewis,
Nellie M Spannier, and Vio
lette I' ^now; Misters and Mis
I rentes VYaliei A Bradford,
1) mifl II. liartratn. Sidncv (i.
Cottr'e.n, and Gt 01 ;e \V.
S|,i ;ue \lfssts Rodolphe I..
A \i. fttrg' tie P. Burnett,
Calvin W. Bates, John M. Dodd,
Warren 1. Green, Matthew Gaj,
I rente P I lancock, Ki nneth
F. Luthby, James MacNaughton
Alfreds, Maxer, Guy Norman,
Harlej V Roberts, Irving M
Snow, I lorace I). Taft, Arthur
Turtibull. Rodwell Todd, and
Clai ke W'tlli ims.
Miss Lor ttn Ricard; Mrs
Mary Naylor, Mi srs D. Lew
ellj n Keith, and 1 hai les Burns;
Master Benjamin Nat lor.
Miss Editli North; Mrs Sav
aiita I l.irvey, Master ( : arli -
North.
Ra
diog'rams
March 201I1 1916.
\V'j s'uii ;Imh; (',, i eral Fun
daj re tied all quiet
along the bord( r.
Galvesfon, T< icas: i'lie
scho< ner La Providencia n port
etl wrei ked ofl the Mexican
c asteis said 10 resemble the
vat hi I clipse v, Inch li- d from
Norfolk u nil in tamed Germans.
Paris: I In re h ere no infan
try atta ks lasl night in Verdun
1-1 1 ut. fliere was intermittenl
cannonading.
London: The Dutch steamer
Pal 1 inlia ng as l. >i p. d' 1 d tins
morning near Galloper Light,
Thames >s'uai\. Tin crew1 was
sa\ <<] Tbe ship v\ as bound
from Rotterdam to Java.
The Hague: The officers of
the Dutch steamer Tubania de
Clare she was torpedoed.
Berlin: Constantinople ad
t ices sav thai Envetf Pasha,
Turkish War Minister, returned
after inspeting Syria, Palestine
and Arabia. I le had previous!)
n reported assassinati d
Vienna.* The Austrian cap
luted an Italian position North
of Tolmino bi idgehead on lson
ZO front and took prisoner
Italians including 16 officers.
Paris: (I rm in fi irees in Vei
dun region cmitii ue actn ities
Northeast of the fortressi s
En nc h tin tain 1 f fire stoppt d
their attacks French bombing
aeroplanes, 1 w< ntv three in
number, dropped 72 shells on
aviation campal Hehs'ieimand
freighl sh< ds at Muhlhausen
Berlin: Thi 11 1 nians re
gained ground lost nn March
2i\i\ in mine fighting by Success-
ful attack against Biitish lines
Not 1 hear I ol V< 1 mel s
In Verdun region French at
t mpts agaii t D id Mans Mill
and East of are stopped.
London: Nine 1 en mis "'pre
killed and thirty one injured in
a raid from four German sea
planes over li e East (.'oast of
Kent today
l'n 11 ish ,-| 11 men bl 1 ughl down
one raider oversea, the German
obst 1 vei being killed.
ft
SUGAR AND TIE HEART.
\ ihur Goulst 'ii lias publish
ed a book- in which he gives
n .isons for believing lliat can-?
Sugar lias a specific action in
strengthening-the heart muscle
in cases of hear! double, such
aurii ulai fibrillation, Bui < ulai
tachycardia, beginning failure
after valvular lesions, tobacco
heart (if smoking is given up,1,
and, in fact, in any case where
the heart muscle is failing.
He gives cane fnot beet)
sugar, dissolved in hoi but not
boiling water, to he taken in
sips throughout the day, say
every two hours; or if a large
quantity is to be taken, part
may be taken with milk,st< '
fruit, etc., or spiead on bit ad
am! butti 1. The fust week he
gives two (Him t s of sii gar daily;
the second week, three ounces ;
the third week and
Hum
He advises against tluj
shar| in I "in
su rai I In diet, In 1
be plain, m dei it< and 'I
farm., eons, midsJ
. milk, etc I
.! 1 the nun
\; 1 should m t be use*
Lift and !1\
THEWARANOWCWfcNPnYSICl
The call <>f men toscrviH
left a dearth of physicianl
nonmilitary duty in th
erent countries, and in 1
and Ge/many wol 1 II |
. 1 Iv invited into the pn
sion. In both c< untries
a larger c< mlingent "f n
womenstudi ntstl neverbefl
and worni n physicians ai
ing situations formerly od
nnlj to men One place in 1 "I
bind which had always be*
filled by a mac al f 100 a V<
and emoluments, is now bl!
by a woman al f 1,000 a ye
and en "hi cuts.
GENERAL KURQPATKIN.
In prize 1 no pail nee I ie 1
Kur. patkin has "come back.']
This general, w ho figured prom
inentlv in the Russian Japam I
War ol a 0 ts ago, hai
:usj beei given a irnportani
command cn Ihe Russian fr< nl
\t the turn ol the Russian de
feat at the hands of Japan thert
was a tendency to blame Kuro
patkin, but subsequtat investi-
gations show that he was not to
blame but that the interferei
of Russian nobility and the 111
t. rnal weaknesi of the Russian
Army svslem Wi r at fault, Fol
lowim; the war Kuropatkin
published a book in which lie.
took full i- 1 : ibilities for bis
mistal esai d at the same time
paid a high tribute to the brat e
rv and self sacrifice of his n 1 1
Ih is undoubtedly a brave i,
k


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