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% THE TRIBUNE NASSAU. BAHAMAS I. UILBEBT DUPUOH, Editor and I'rtprietnr. %  OFFICE: 44 MARKET STRKBT AUSSMU. .V. P., liakamns •PHONE 2I. V. O. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY \l | v Wi dm li v and Ftidajr— "i>v i (l 1'. n 1 lliurwlay—biiv.l.-c.-|.y id Saturday ti n gta copy '1" Weekly 5< M-mtli'lv '-"• hl1 lerly 4 s M RaKYearlv Y.-.uly 1 Ss tury. The first impetus toward education was given to the.il by the Anglo-Saxons, and to self government by France. "Culture" in England was manifested by the appreciation of Shakespeare, while! Our readets will notice in, Germany "Kultured" brain another column, in the Reli was amused by the scribblgious Services, that at the Wesof th< ridiculous Dukeileyan Metaodist Church, Ebeneeven a vague guess as to when "the great battle" would take place. The Officers were cheerful, chatty and seemed to harbour no resentment against the Bi itish. COMMUNICATED. n of Brunswick. zer, there will be, tomorrow at 14 p.m., a Service of Song entitled Die peace-andquiet-loy Charlie Coulson, the drum PAYABLE IN ADVANCE AilM-iti-; .... li.it. I -Six |*nce per line for first insertion; three pence |*r line for second insertion : and one pennv |>er line for subsquent insertions. (-Advertisement* uniler ei^lit lines ,s. Zhe {Tribune .SATURDAY, Je.nuary 9. 1915 jar PUBLISHED AT 6 P.M. \J£S|ITH the entire civilized \\/ press against her, Germany seeks in vain to pick up one crumb of comfort if we except the opinions cf pro German writers in the correspondence columns of the American Press, and as the various letters which have appeared sinct the outbreak of tin War do not represent public opinion, but judging from their signatures, are the individual and national feelmo-, of either (i< rmans residing in the United Slates or of those who have shifl their nationality f< n pers >nal motives, to all intents an! purposes, they do not strike that note of sympathy and approval which G etna n y looks for. The whole world has sc iwled at hdr anil acted to her true place itory as a monster o! by first and last. The |/e hear oftfior is in the century 15. C. when Lhless hordes swept out Black Forests and in ing people are launched into a bloody and terrible war by the hand which they have permitted to guide them. It was easier for this intensely easeliving people to lazily leave the management of their country to a clique than for them to take the slightest trouble of thinking about the practical affairs of life, affairs of an essentially governmental n at u re, to a clique or party that would engineer and order, and leave them to obey and be left free to do their thinking, which is their notable trait. As the cause stands to-day Germany is under the moral condition of the civiliz< d world, not be%  ause England, France and Russia .is nations are against i r. but because of Ihe War being brought about by years of calculating preparedness by the ruling (lasses of Germany and sacrificing the best uiti rests i 'f the ( rman people. The German people have MY." A collection will be taken in aid of the Missionary Anniversary. On Monday afternoon at 4.30. There will be a Polo match on the Eastern Parade. A team from the Hotel Colonial will play against a Nassau team. The s.s. "Miami" arrived y< Steiday morning from Miami. Fla., bringing 14 passengers as follows : — C. C. Eberhardt, !•'. II. Wa ters, A. B. Vance, J. H. Rice, Mr and Mrs Vail, H. \\. Arnold, C h. Tilbury. Win. Kelly, Clementina Hepburn, Annie Clarke. Alberta Sumfier, Jacob Mitchell and Dennis Cate-. :o:— The "Miami" steamed for Miami, fla. yesterdaj morning with the following passengers: 'Thomas Armoury, Louis H. Bigger and Mrs. W. H. Bigger. Lionel Thompson, Chas. MUM ningS, Daniel Miller and Miss Victoria Martin. — :o:— oeen blinded by the ruling rhe J: "U""^" •* classes. Th ounterpart of } ro r !" g !" Y S^ f p !" J tlday e ... ', ,. for Nassau, With 04 passengers the fer K lousand Mood-tluis and 6500 barrels of 1 ai go. I. C. S AGAIN. %  G man b I mging to the tribes wh ch lefl a 'rail red with blood kiag with smoke across the first pages The I.C.S. negatives the moss_\ of their history is not welapothegmanent Mahomet a I thin* to be found in the Gerthe mountain If the youths lanofthea tn century. mas are unable to "The New York Times" THE VOLUNTEER NAVY. • The number of embryo Nelsons who lined up on the Piazza of the Police Barracks Thursday allemoon was extremely 1 Encouraging, as they all seemed alive to the object of their meeting and then entire intelligence to respond to the call now as on the memorable aist. Oct. 1805, when the signal "England expects that every man this day will do his duty" burst from the "Victory" upon the expectant eyes of the fleet. The Honourable Harcourt Malcolm, K.C. addressed the men. He praised them for their steadfastness and readiness to confirm the mural obligations which they had previously en tered Into by parole. He dwelt at length upon the importance of the duties which would devolve upon them and the purely voluntary nature of their agreement, there can be no doubt from the nature of the duties outlined that it will be a good thing for the men as the British Government will not be ungenerous to those who have heard the call and so promptly listened to it. and none we feel sure will be disappoint' ed or have .my cause for regret but those who Stopped their ears. We d 1 not believe that these men weie urged by any other motive than love for King and Country, pure, unselfish and spontaneous loyalty, and we give them our heartiest praise, likewise thanks, thanks for ourselves and for our Nation. The numbers we bi lieve will f-ir exce< d i' > of those who have volunteered. E. D. —; o; — COMMUNICATED ODDFELLOWS JUBILEE 4 15 p.m. and is received by a Guard of Honour of P. M. V. Patriarchs. 2. Master of Ceremonies introduce:; Jubilee Orator who speaks -in Oddfeliowship, ami work of Aurora Lodge No. 810. T,. Selection by band. 4. Introduction of Bro. P. N. F., who presents Address to His Excellency the Administrator, male members cf Order standing uncovered. 5. I bs Excellency on rising is received by Public Reception Honours of Oddfeliowship to Distinguished Visitor. Members sing "See the Conquering Heio comes." 6. His Excellency replies. 7. Selection by band. 8. Closing address by His Honour the Speaker NATIONAL ANTHEM. to college, the college can L' weic condemned and not afraid to come out', vesthe I.C. b. School substituted sels had already gone out and ,n .! 1 ,e,t RJ**" ~ were now in tfie North Sea. Tlic C fl ^ e ^ ,,es W u Ti 1 .. ., ,, • attes: shorthand, Ivpewnting, They admitted the British Bookkeeping and a complete superiority in tonnagi and Co n .-ial course all of which metal hrowing ability, but U re valuable to the young man UNDER THE MOST DISTINGUISHED PATRONAC.K OF HIS EXCELLENCY THK AUMINIS TRAIOK AND MISS HART BBNNBTT. Aurora Lodge No. 810, G. U. O. of O. 1'., will celebrate her Jubilee by attending a 'Thankgiving Service, at the Catiiedral on Sunday, Jan. 10th, at 4.30 p.m. Special music will be ren (hied by the Jubilee Choir, as sisted by the Cathedral Orchestra. Mrs A. S. Armbrister at the Organ. By kind permission of the Rector, the following si in;: arrangements have been made : Southern Centre AisleMl m hers of the Order. Northern Centre Aisle, Memhers of the Executive(;. ST. MAKOA1UTTS Sundays, Evtotong ami AddreM,0.80 pm. Tliuts. Evensong ami Addre**,S.80 pm. CHURCH OF ST AGNES, V M. Grants Town, lllue Hill Road Uev. AudUy J. /) %  •uii.-, Hector. H-'ly Communion 7.:i" a.m. MatinsSJO a.m. Mitu Cantata and formon lo:) a.m Catechism 4 p.m. Solemn Evens<< 111^ and SKIIU"!! 7 p.m. Week 1 'ay Sen 111 L w Masi daiiy 7 .;lo exrept Saturdays. I ay, Tuesda) aod Thurs daj 5.801 .n. Wed. and Friday 7 p.m. ST. KKAN.'IS XAV1BKS ( 111 KOH West Stieet Hev. Chry* •: m $ckr*intr, o.S.B., lifiir / %  rant • i li andSermon 11 a.m. Sennun and Benediction 5 pm. Wrrk-daxs Mass 7 aiu. SAt'UKIi HBART CIIAi'KL • Shirley street. M %  %  ,\ Sermi 1 8 'ion 4 pm. sT ANDKKWH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Princes sirret Rev S /. tnnflt, i Morninu 11 n.m EvaniaR 7 p.m. /.ION HAI'TIST (-HI'RCH Shirley and East Sts Kev Chas, A. hann, I'atfor. 11a m. and 7 p in. HAI'TIST UNION CHURCH Parliamei 1 St. Rt i>. \\ .likere. Pastor. Singing, Prayer, Serm in, II a.m., 7 p m. Sunday School :i WKSI.KYAN METHODIST CilL'UCII EBENEZEB R*o, /-. /, Paint, PB EastShii Streel II a m, Ret; (i. .'.'. .'.' 11 J p.m. See. n e of Song, 7 p in. Rev. I. Si'infr' •, /i.,4, CHRISTIAN Bi IKNCM I ay Stieet %  Bank "I Nssau S .: 1. 11 R .. mid. Wednesday Hpm. GOSPEL HALL Dowdi (!ln ittis Streets •', 1 MI, I'readier lieetii tun t at 7 p in. GOSPEL HALL tl wdeswelI Street near Victoria Ave.) W rshij mee'.ing >t II in, Sunday School, 8 pm Gospel preaching*, 7pm Latest War News Janunn 8th 1915, OOVEBNftfBNT I'KKSS London — A complete change in the situation in I he east from Russia's \ iclory ovei the Turks.If the latters defeat is as thorough as is asserted tbey must give up foreign irn asiou and concentrati for there defense of their OVM country. Military men arc mud) interested in t!ie rapiil imnerneiPs of the Russians in scv|Rj| directions. I'ii< roads ami fields in I landers are under several fee; of water, -ind the only work doaj yesterday was by artillery. Nothern France there was s< hard fighting and nUmcd trenches changed hands sev< times. Wash! ig^on:—The IK Approved 1 if T^ sion exeiiipting je sen tpJ gens. Ry kind permission of the bourers from Hit Commandant the Police Band and the imminratio will attend on the Green The following programms gian excepti9i, of Bel London: -Lie ,1111 Is pi "l l'. :*.J



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t THF. TRIBUNE NASSAU. BAHAMAS in | I v\ ill !>( %  sent to i in : • pplem latei I J lie first ri • n iture of ;i:i ickn i it ol die Am ri i • neral statemeni osition. El Pas >. I'exas: Villa's m lag I > att ick "i III'' bordei • Mires (ienei -1 Sport that (lie American si ie will not be ex. ed for more than eight hours at which time tin • irranza gar ; i I' i : i| or I lllto till' St. %  Wa ion assail up pu Wjn lit, • ^^ ft W, at ow nei ship, I h ided bj A n Fletch i. vho said that 11Re. pub i plan Wa to b i s Soul Railway to the chai in a conspiracy to pre* ll from 11 Virginia and Kentucky fields from reaching the South Atlannc ports at a reasonable rate New < \ three da) i elebration of the toot h ^<\ nn • e among I I mgli h 5| %  %  >' %  i %  nations will te ol flii %  i I iii(ed • in. Londuu Vliuquii I I % %  "I. that it was the linion of the Admiral ty that the battleship Formidable IV I lot 9 i ne. The capl ted and I %  Wash Ptary Bryan in a r • iday lauded the i of J prai il the \\ ilson liuisl lus be I !> : i. ige, 4 .1 i i n I PIC K .) UP SecreI sent to I 1 i.t ii Am at On tan t inople 'I dd tn i i leave I Tin • d it 6 i' m. Ill ibei'e I I St ites Am 1 i %  tha l'u til t ii : Rh ims owe theii also in.: %  I tent, l a ipl •mi ; previous!; I lei mans j |irr if in favour of conser Imprisonment for noi \ .,,,. vatism. Furthermore, the Chanthan two months or more than %  '. it elloi ipire istheKaifive years is the penalty m w j,o mtative, ut to Gefmaq sub h >Jnnbv the French. The I powdei iduced turrel Federal Cmin roi '• nti mbard on wli I l .. movable ci1, V et ActalatThann. held redoubl iggested '" |,: %  '"' %  '"" a '' Img to the latitude allowed } Vienn ilcomrounicaice to impede the enemy's ^ nd oarck th%Chaiwellor the courts iu defining ai^'iosul*' tion admits the retirement of 1'urksAicl Austrains in the Car. p.ithian forests and •southern Bukowina before strong Russian I'o I I i %  I in 1 Berlin official communL cation claims the repulse of the United Allies in the Vosges. It sl • "re has |>. % %  ;! \\, ,-\ worth n I i Pru oi North it tiial the i p t u r i Ru isians i isl ol the '-' l he \ %  repoi ted Si "inn tal Gaspari, the pa pal erred Frin V ica ment of Cardinal Mercier in. iuin The t lei mansstill a si 11 that the I ii .1 is not undei arrest,only being watched. \1 iv wbeal jump I to 14 1.3.4 in Chicago to-day. 1 mada has admitted blame for the shooting of \ erican is $17 ,<> a tn on the N Rivi t and will make rep iral wiie fence to impe chargi A in) promoted the use of waf dogs. It is to William's final consent; too, that the soldiers owe t!u> infantry's reduction of obligatory military service from three to two years. His care for the army never never halts at d< tail. Gi I Si al en to him : ship was a well-nigh autocratial this may include, anything office; under William II. the or done, eitlieir in public or in Chanrelloi has represented the German Emperor And on the the vast departmental activities of the erapin Centralization is ai ried out to the remotest deprivate, with or without intention to offend, which may be Chancellor's shoulders resydecmed irreverent to the Princes mentioned. Statistics collected 111 1898, at the End of the first decade of tail. Even in the smaller local the present Emperor's reign, divisions the officers n showed that since his 1 cession to the throne mu< h more than sonment bad been inflicti d upon • ders nn of the 1 Mans >s Vet't J a WiUillh II. ha is trouwith His Government^. I code. Convictions have bee. pesi in I. "" ; ii; "' 'H'.n. : n umerous than T |a-plenty with the Reii "'• Scarcely aw H ithout the aotici in I ral press of *', %  %  f.mr tiial! urred thai of tl haractei 1 %  Ool\ %  canaffoi I tion in rhe London Daily I'ele : imams that tion in tin whole criminal code is so fi quently „ ;i| T maintaining V;' > %  • "', u l '" sl; 'n obliged to yield in M \, 1L affairs In ... r\. ;,. 1 ii*„, r-.ovai er 1000. occurred that rj Lieu tenant is paid $1 a month ? ra P" "' lh '>' famous inequal*, tl pav ofa S. eeant terv ew on German affairs, at in our arm v. The entire eoat of a German soldier" to hiscountrv —Wages, clotl the end ol which the Emperor was forced practically to appologize to lus Government—the '1 rnor, B broxen. One ol the effects of the Emrjeror's sfrong personality has been to widen the scope of the .and'ofthis [V^and to promise "that in fu-1law agaiostinauU,owing to the hemus %  fordinm ^e he would al least be mor. u I la. ;e, im ... il e '1 ", wha he > ai(l de ? ds J u " wl,lt 1 1 1 ne, equipment— :,J"" • %  • "'' %  ="•""= %  •1—1* .nth. A private .' ; '"" '''"•" l ; e, did it fo rein tor, 1 • I ial ni 1 1 nu [rj 3tl : prim 11 tl unish him. I Russians a. ill U K%i loc%  rench am tisfactoi ) man aeropla emptin,' to approach I hinkirk %  put to Sight. Violent < i erman at \ iri were si d I he Russian offensive conm Bukowii • HARCOL'RT trine. fails to inak true a illy toM me of his Continued From First P; all the trapi in of personal 1 I ordei Iso tei \\ iIlium's rdi n g d r< %  at Com It is my desiri that dui in lifetime at mj Court, in all aiatti rs ol • he fine man I rust, mis ol ancient timi i : ived To this %  •a I I on folli I'.'. i jt,for civil functii inarii s : "All la I /iI function soldi that law, no will: t, foi all the %  'anization that 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 r 1 it must i eremai : I Ailium has troi %  lias %  remy in all it his an not < im %  with t ti ipulal n > %  has Ion ;ht with the S 1 ial 1 1 Until the o tk of the present war, when, • lewhat ti the %  •omment now is d >us \ i %  pulsive, in I \ ain inly lova \ \>o his inal abilil 11 I benevol nt jjow 1. the !-. >ught lo in art, t 1 of his land. I'o; industry he has do war Ii ' uch that it i and the t to estima how mai %  i. and the S dern bus iermam oes to his f jht, epithet lor ami ii 1 culture was 1 ..• for the '" ,IK> Emperor to 1 at his socialist cy has been less ed than subjects. It was • nly at :' it' be cried • %  parties— • .ol< the 1 is heart. i h-i: 11 in rheGern to the < •1 for 1: I ' '" • of has been the Kaiser's 1 1 ich m : 1. .sin •:. id r qi 1 '. %  know s the nav\ 's net 1 1 1 lie repi thai Consul in nries are authoiized. to wear an ; ie at Ho Aral ii "t I that It which include a r fl'ig will : 11I -' i^ ment • 1 the -tli I 111 embroidered uniform At the • -1 ten at the Royal Pa Berlin, or in tli iyalresiilent es, at the 'I m • n lam, thi New Pa msl 1 this time I'. %  ear rn 'ion im mi 1 in breaches "I white' silk, iv Corp > mi a in white silksl ah jA \'. Int.' la %  P iiiisaild other places tl %  • In.' M! aIquaiititie ir '^^ y t li %  1 • r..a^ns on %  ire h.'inL' 4& fio'il \ i' %  to Cil|. 1'' la f ''I' a 1 >. a a r . D remains Ii it tie fr. HIT % %  the in•1 inare be • 1 1 sloJ pr> 1 a t e. 'I W ie I'm; ish foi ans has rendered tt that' \i 'nmania. I; ill soon >'.Ills nu.nn ItelW n Berin nthei castJ. r ait 1 l" doors, unjes.s '|'v%^ is v i.l : I :ialjjfjJflsion 1 \ \\ ill tdk^j nav> has been b) Hie K liser in the tion The building up of the pi 1 avj 1st 1 ( of los own brain, the training of 1 and n a personal matter with him. inon 11 t he army, nnvv is Inr, 11 i p 11, \ • %  1 a • the present mom Iv the na\ v that has brought a united iei m in; wai ; the ernmenl hn\ d with I 1 I 0 irons uniform, with Stripes. ^^1'ho.si; %lj^ f "" fCoat 11 ijau'lioi i/e^l to i'!lr, | -**•, ^~ 1* I te' '\ tl" rova\ es, hi with bluH hit' kles, oriels Fig trousi That \\':'!i nil II. ha (I .1 for the anm and 11 ivy of I lie U JI nn my than any o| the s.' v -jiu fert'igllS who preredet" axiom of uiljifersal '^,. iv. ">'et thr 1I1 tail I s I i cnti 11 have lieen a . 1 ... itip .. ., 1,. ... 1 .. Really jtutSa *' 11 jam iu^| at .lie au iiud'Ca .1 'C 'Or < I aclc BH l < Stockings, ha 1 u 1 m the ' M i.n e the ; ,'' 1 1. %  had made im g ,\, Ii in the Kaisi f|A^^ part) 1 )n oni n, cmdn 'ut E racrutts. h said: ''Lea* M?|csie It\uipivni "Fi a' you and • 1 my foe. .• ,,f Ie it • 1 com mand you to shool hei ami even i •I. I iodiorl d; I i I •' ohfy^.say et* tn .^K tgr > ioT ..; i inctli :; 1 so\ ereiunty in I. if thinkii %  h fand inspire the nation in very 111 a i tun -ii.ii', 11 ts Iiuni -* tl I lint; in whi< li til %  1 ,in< 011 1.1 1 < i 1 d of tin 1 or., liser, I IK ,,U r in matters of musi 1 to run the oper; in B 1 lin.1 Ii of p. ituorj ll; In a tie>usand wa; trier tjj is own hoi 'I 11< 'iuL • B '' %  .'' '' peoj_>le of liberal 1 ul ~~' 11 a ii.ii i -atisf;i I .<& 1 ocial \i. ^ %  • itic Par of Germany is not *wiii)( : labJy th.:' 1 a iiitica 1 lot u .m. ai worl I n p Tl traitms 1 ma/ %  \v \.V* or Kaisfl %  %  li I an ll r



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L II THE TRIBUNE NASSAU, BAHAMAS > t' SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. INWARDS: 2nd Jan. — Srtir. Hattie Darling, Thompson, MiiMiii Kla, 8 passenger^.' sth"—S. S, Miami, Sharpley, Miami Fla, 39 passengers. Mb "—S. S. Miami, Sharpley, Miami, Fla, 14 passenger?. OUTWARDS: 5th 'Jan -Schr. Ww. II. Albury, ^ /.. Pioder, Miami l'la, ^L 2. passengers. m ,Wi "S. S. Miami, Sharpley, ^m Miami, Fla, 14 passen%  V gers. 1th "—S. S. Miami, Sharpley, Hp" Miami, Fla, 7 passen I gers. Good Morning! OVER 1QOO The Kaiser in Private Life The Kaiser is as great a despot in the social and domestic as i in the political and military i sphere. In fact, his interference I stops short at no Germnn'shome. His prohibition of the tango dance last w inter was a matter which gave rise to considerable hilarity, and was regarded a--an unconscious but not inappropriate criticism of the "stiffness'of the Pruaai f "bloomers" for lady cyclists, and, some yei w 1 I indignant one morning on discovering his git.1 r in law, Princess Henry of of Pru un • ' %  oniously cjcF ing 111 "bloomers" along tl.c paths of the imperial park of Potsd im The Kaiser, in ^ruff tones, ordi red the lady to return forthwith to the Palace and change "this dissrrnreWe Are Introducing| Ameriran Silk AmrTTfcan C.iMimere American ('< ttonl.isle HOSIERY They have itood the tea. Give teal FooLcomtort. No teams to rip. Nevei IM loose or tiauKy. The shape is kmt in not preset l in. GVAR.ANTELI) for fineness, style, Superiority oi material and workmanship. \ lutelv stainless Will wear 6 months without rules, 01 new ones free. OUR SPECIAL OFFER to every one lending us $ 1.00 in currency or postal note, 10 1 over atlveitisin*; anil %  hipping charges, we Will s*npenson Monday. Oct. 5th in Aui ora Hall on Charlotte Street. For particular^ apply to I'rof. (1. G. Coffin, head master, or Mr. J. 1'. biirims. Pairs Boots and Shoes being add^d to an already teplzte stock \\'.: 1 i.11: .til Sl;HMti;ui is again opening up one i if those Sample Lots of Boots and Shoes in a limited number, of sizes as follows viz : — Men's li d Shoes in sizes from 6 l" 71 Woinens 1 loot sand hoes in sizes from 3J to 4 J Misses Boots and, Shoes in sizes from 1 2 Jt< 1 The advantage in purchasing frOtt this lot is (as others who have purchased before can attest) tlnit \ou can Se lecl the sizesVfrora a very large variety of up-to-date styles at prices considerably 1 thiiu regular lines kcnl iii stock. CALL EARLY and secure your size at WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 7 and 289 Bay Street City Mapes Fertilizers THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT of the GlRAFFE is remarkable, but the abnormal development of the demand for SUNLIGHT SOAP is still more remarkable. It is not known how many people have ever gacn a Giraffe, but it is known that there are mrftons and millions of careful housewives all over the world using ., Sunlight Soap \\ Tlie.se housewives no longer dread the advent of wash-dav, tor, with SIM K. 111 80AF as their allv, thev are assured of a quick despatch of all dirt and uncleanliness. SuHLIGHT SOAP saves your cl 'thes. TRY IT N E X T IN YOUR WASH. k NOTICE ,1 I. persons having claims :amst the Estate of the late John Alfird are requested to rendVi tinsame duly attested, and those nidi-litcd thereto to make payment to Kenneth Soley\ inon one 1 I tinExecutors of his w W A MATHER u 1 Kl.XNI.I II SOLOMON C. l\ FARR1NGTON Executors. Nassau, 16th Dec. 1914. MADt rosrmn B.VD. BEST RETAIL TWADC NOTICE T HIS is to inform the public that il any person or persi ms are found trespassing on m\ lot oi haul situate on ***H*MggJMrS5. ta alt1 re 9|.I Discovering, a little let. ti .it the Princess still |-i1 in wearing the < (Tending )p, the Kaiser stormed into '"BinerVstiid}, nar<..' to sj,.ply e mrts/ milty arvwher* rj '••;, %  OS,' Emit of the Loom 36 in. at 7^ per yard. Johnson's Artistic Wood finishes Johnaort -'repared Wnx i com plate finish ,111! polish [01 II rnitura Woodwork .ii" 1 il i c Johnson'-* Wood Dye —' • t' %  •• Iittk coloring cf all wood, s..ft or ...ini Jt>hnsor.'3 Vnder Lac ,, iphil 11 h. \riy much I i ihttlac 01 varnish | Johnson's TIK. Wood rinlsh —f"ra benutiful, Utistic, h.iml-rubbed elli fr without tin npnuc "I rubbing, John* .n's FUN Wood Filler—for fir .ia the grain and pom ol wood, I Jan. 5th 19'.'*nanni( i< for UM ty>I %  son's Powdered . for h Tree. Fruit and Wine.— Increase the yield and growth of old Citrus trees. Tor further information and books on the use of tin > Fertilizers, please appl> to WALTER K. MOORE Agent for Mapn Fertiliser in the Bahamas. Forbes Hill. Little July 23rd 1915 Exuma TENDERS GASOLINE r\ Drums and 10 C-ins. I'ru 1 per (iallon. Ml prices cani i lied. C. C. SAl NDERS East l'.aj. St. Nassau N. P. (ia shilling rej IOUS 1S71LL be receiverlby the undersigned until noun of Tliursda) the a isl January, 1915 for the purchase of the s ho< n> er "Hattie 11. Rnl arts" her fix tun s and appurti %  ices KENNETH SOLOMON C. T. FAHRINGT< Exeruti >rs I'.state John Al red. j.itli Dec 1 1914 1 PIKIIMS should I"' addressed "KENNETH MOLOMAN "tli.1 rnl "'I. nder for Hn'tlie II. 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paper. >>
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FOR RESULT
ADVERTISE IN
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Advartlaara
a
Vol. XII. No. 40.
NASSAU. N- P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 9. 1915.
Price. THREE CENTS.
The Kaiser As War Lord And Human
* Being
The Remarkable Person-
ality of the Most Interest-
ing Man in Europe Criti-
cally Dissected.
Declared to be "Not a Bad
being." His speed) to the army
and his instinctive reversal of
the order of his father's procla-
mation struck the keynote of his
militant reien. "Throughout
his speeches,*' to quote the new
volume, "three ideas appear
Fellow" as an Individual; consistently and continuously
I the ambition for world power,
an Excellent Business
Man Miscast.
for ships and a navy to defend
them ; the belief in the German
\nnv by its preponderance and
IT needs to lv insisted that the jts p"roparrdness as the guarau-
Kaiser, as a human being, is tnr ()f Eur0pe' peace ; and the
not a bad fellow. He is only an Divine right and the infallibil-
excellent business man out of
place."
That is the keynote of the
latest of the many books about
"the most interesting man in
Europe," as the sub-title ex-
presses it, issued at this timely
moment by Double-day, Page Sc
Co., New York; price, $2. It is
called "The Kaiser," and is
edited by Asa Don Dickinson.
When William II., King of
Prussia and German Emperor,
left the death bed of his father
to make the customary addresses
to the subjects of his realm, he
reversed tio usual order of
things. William II. made no
immediate proclamation to his
people; he spoke to his army
instead.
"We belong to each other,"
he said, "1 and the army. Thus
we were born for one another,
and thus we will stand together
in an indissoluble bond in peace
or storm." The Kaiser's "I am
the Supreme War Lord" all the
world knows.
Yet the first part of his reign
was one constant quarrel with
Bismarck over the young sov
ereign's radical social reforms.
William II. has given to Ger-
many the most highly "social-
ized" Government in the world.
ity of the Hohenzollerns."
Yet, as man, the author of
the'first chapter of the book-
sums up the Kaiser in some-
what suprising fashion :
The fierce light that beats up-
on a throne need not dazzle us
in our estimate of the Kaiser. If
we met him in business we
would find him a pugnacious,
honest, and vigorous merchant ;
tireless, shrewd in the obvious
things, but totally lacking in
finesse, and incapable of real-
izing his own limitations. In
terested conscientiously in the
arts and sciences but without
the finer perceptions, physically
strenuous, sometimes annoying-
ly pushing, and a loud singer of
hymns on Sundays, he would
prove in the long run a tiresome
companion.
And yet in the naif vigor of
his body and the uncompre-
hending doggedness of his mind
there would be a certain cour-
ageous mortal clay that we
must admire. Asa travelling
salesman he would have bean
immense. He has that linn grasp
of the obvious that makes toler-
able hundreds of miles of club-
car stories.
Physical vigor and alertness
His war with the Social Dem- are patent in his every action,
ocrats was, until the outbreak of 1 he were an American I,
war, unremitting : but he un-
ceasingly fought the Socialists
man we should hear him talk-
ing efficiency. In spite of his
with theil own weapons by witheied left arm (which
granting, in a perfected paternal
solictude, social reforms. And
this has not been simply as a
matter of policy. As honestly
as he believes in his Divine
right to rule his people, William j after all, rarely travel on foot ;
II. believes himself called to the] hut it does seem that the 1
care of the w >rkingmen of his
realm. "I believe that I have
mastesftithe aims and impulses
of the flew spirit which thrills
the expiring centurv," he said to
Bismarck at the beginning of
lis reign. Yet he himself is de-
scribed as an anachronism-"3oo
vears too late."
a Full of Contradictions.
Through the book, in scries of
latives and startling con-
: social re
arts and
of industry, and full
Jmost extraordinary con-
ations, as "mere human
ives and start l
moves WJliy'i
y asWarifcrd,
ntc fit the
he
cunningly conceals in most of
his poses) he can ride, su im.row,
and shoot. At 55 he is as active
as ever. "Indefatigable" is the
stock word for sovereigns, who,
does not spare himself. Speeches,
reviews, regattas, a company of
savants to be lectured, or a
roomful of artists to be lessoned
in their techniquehe is ready
for it all.
He has all the worst foibles
of the self-made man. He is a
gold mine for humorists. And
yet he has the shining virtue
which Price Collier imputes to
him. He is a man in love with
his job. He4s an Emperor and
proud of it. It is interesting
that in this second decade of the
twentieth century there is still
a man who is heartilv proud to
be a hereditary monarch.
Being in love with his job, he
has a,rare zest in its perform-
ance.' We are told that he is
frequently out of bed by 5
o'clock in the morning, and has
put considerable work behind
him by his 6:30 breakfast. He
once remarked : "We Hohen-
zollern, know nothing about
dressing gowns."
There is no doubt, of course,
that the sea is his favorite relax-
ation, and doubtless he is never
happier than on Sundays aboard
the Hohenzollern, when he can
preach the grandiloquent ser-
mons in which he takts such
wholehearted delight.
His statesmen find him a hard
man to manage, because so of-
ten when lie differs from them
he is right. But his limitations
are obvious. He constantly
"talks down" to his peopleis
forever instructing them in the
rudiments of German citizen-
ship and historyand is prone
tc think that an aspect of poli-
tical science which is new to
him is new to every one else.
The usual cant of journalists
ascribes to the Kaiser a "very
complex" character. As a mat-
ter of fact, he is simple enough.
The Kaiser is only an excellent
business man out of place. A
sovereign by Divine right is
now 300 years too late.
It needs to be insisted that
the Kaiser as a human being is
not a bad fellow. Something of
the lovableness of "unser Fritz,"
his gentle father, and something
of the cole-water virtues of his
English mother, wrestles for
utterance i.i the Prussian bu-
reaucrat. His chivalrous dispo-
sition, his indomitable energy,
his wholesome delight in living,
his perpetual interest in new
discoveries, and his admirable
illusions as to his own artistic
appreciation all these are en-
dearing human qualities. A life
so brisk and Spa.tan as his has
left 110 room for scandal. He
neither overeats nor overdrinks;
his virtues are military.
As advocate in chief for the
Divine right of Kings, it is inter-
esting to note that William II.
is today's representative of
"perhaps the most highly bred
King strain of the human fami-
ly." The anonymous biolcff '
who contributes a chapter /i
the Kaiser's background adds':
This successful breeding of
the King variety or strain is
merely a duplication of what
the agriculturist and horticul-
turist are doing in other fields.
There is yet another side to this
very interesting question. The
family of the Georges of Eng
land, as is well known, has em
braced several insane persons.
And the Kaiser's mother was a
daughter of Queen Victoria,who
therefore carried potentialities
Victoria First Gran-pickney:
How Him Turn Out Bad
Dear Cussin Jeremiah,
I takes my pen in han'
Fe sen de Latest War News, as come from 3uckra' Ian":
As-cording as you axe me, I's goin td relate
What de Garman Emperor dah try fe do o'late
Him as was so 'fectionate! Him gran-ma was a Queen
De mose partickler female dis worl hab eberseen:
Him Unkel Edward, peaceful, as eberybody sed
Dem print it on him grave-stone, as soon as him was ded !
An eben dis Prince William did gib him gran-ma joy
Him wasn't ober rude like mose buckra pickney bouy.
Me no-no what did 'poil him; but one 'Coolmassa say,
Him larn him cattykism inna cromouchin way!
But him say him is alright; an ses it am de bes,'
Fesen' him fellow-creter where de wicked 'spect fe res.'
Him hab a nabor, Belgium, a softer buckraman,
You neber woulda wish to meet; but, workin' out him plan
Him mek him yard a short-cut, bein' de right way long,
An march him Garman army, some hundred million 'trong
An masli him nabor suntin,' an kill from lef to right;
Before yon coulda coff good, him 'tart a tarein' fite!
Him burn 'tore, house, an church too, man, woman, pickney
all
An den fire off him sneeze gun, so not fer hear dem baw!
Him say Millenial people does preach dare is no hell,
But him will mek fe him own, whichin will do as well
Him hab on ole-time grudgment concerning Mr. France;
Bein' as dem drink and fite wen comiu' from a dance.
Him tink say him was*Ieeping,' an so him plan him lies
To spiflicatf him nabor, and kill him by surprise.
Wid force-march on to Pan's, him mose catch to de gate.
Wen some vice call in English, "Top Kaiser you is late' fl.
Some say him see Lord Robberts a-ridding on him gre_
Me no no ef ah duppy, but bam! him run away!
Until him catch some trenches, an inna dem did fite
De French an British Army for forty day an nit!
You know dat Cussin Nicklas is fitin' fe we King
Him cuss him Cussin William a good fe nuttin ting!
An Servia is on we side; but Austria is a fool
Fe nyam dem Garman sassage, an toop to Garman rule!]
She gettin she desarvement from dat trong Russian bear,]
Wid mout fe mash fe him mout, an paw fe comb him h^
Dare is a man call Turkey, "tan up fe Garman aid?
A sickly kine o' begger, you woulda tink afraid!
Englar.d was Smaratan fe fifty years at leas,'
A-fissican an feedm,' dis ole ungrateful beas'!
An now dat she is busy in dis provokm' file,
Him kiss him ban' to William, an ses das HIM is rite!,
I only wish de varment could pitch into de sea.
An By dem murder-mine-trap dc William set fe we?*-
POST 8CRIPP
Excuse me, Jeremiah, you don't think I can rite!
'Pon so-so quattie paper, more 'ticklers o' de fite?
You 'coolin' neber 'tan it! so dis am Lesson One:
(You in good bans, me fambly, so till dis war am done.)
Dis sen in Postal Order what you did 'pen 'pon rum,
An yet de terpretation o' Telegrams dat come.
RAGLAN PHILLIPS
Morant Bay,
Nov. 31, 1914. I
v -
of an insane streak into the
Hohenzollern breed. ,
Lovea Diaplatv.
"The Kaiser," under Ml. Dick-
inson's editorial direction, is
made up of chapters by different
authors. The writer of "William
the Vain, Versatile, and Indis-
creet," while calling attention
to the Kaiser's insistence on the
Spartan virtues, points out, in
none too friendly fashion, the
contradiction of the man's love
of display. According to thil
author, the Kaiser has no petty
vanity whatever. It is colossal
instead. It is a part of his reljf
gion. He loves nothing more
than being photographedand
almost ail his pictures^are^
uniform. He adc
and ostentatu
times in
levee
fivj
Wear Armbristep's Shoes
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ing in the United Slates or
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|/e hear oftfior is in the
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ing people are launched into
a bloody and terrible war by
the hand which they have
permitted to guide them. It
was easier for this intensely
easeliving people to lazily
leave the management of
their country to a clique than
for them to take the slightest
trouble of thinking about the
practical affairs of life, affairs
of an essentially governmen-
tal n at u re, to a clique or
party that would engineer
and order, and leave them to
obey and be left free to do
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der the moral condition of
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Russia .is nations are against
i r. but because of Ihe War
being brought about by years
of calculating preparedness
by the ruling (lasses of Ger-
many and sacrificing the best
uiti rests i 'f the ( rman peo-
ple. The German people have
my." A collection will be ta-
ken in aid of the Missionary
Anniversary.
On Monday afternoon at 4.30.
There will be a Polo match on
the Eastern Parade. A team
from the Hotel Colonial will
play against a Nassau team.
The s.s. "Miami" arrived y< S-
teiday morning from Miami.
Fla., bringing 14 passengers as
follows :
C. C. Eberhardt, !'. II. Wa
ters, A. B. Vance, J. H. Rice, Mr
and Mrs Vail, H. \\. Arnold, C
h. Tilbury. Win. Kelly, Clemen-
tina Hepburn, Annie Clarke.
Alberta Sumfier, Jacob Mitchell
and Dennis Cate-.
:o:
The "Miami" steamed for
Miami, fla. yesterdaj morning
with the following passengers:
'Thomas Armoury, Louis H.
Bigger and Mrs. W. H. Bigger.
Lionel Thompson, Chas. Mum
ningS, Daniel Miller and Miss
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G man b I mging to the
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of their history is not welapothegmanent Mahomet a I
thin* to be found in the Ger- the mountain If the youths
lanofthea tn century. mas are unable to
"The New York Times"
THE VOLUNTEER NAVY.

The number of embryo Nel-
sons who lined up on the Piazza
of the Police Barracks Thursday
allemoon was extremely 1 Encour-
aging, as they all seemed alive
to the object of their meeting
and then entire intelligence to
respond to the call now as on
the memorable aist. Oct. 1805,
when the signal "England ex-
pects that every man this day
will do his duty" burst from the
"Victory" upon the expectant
eyes of the fleet.
The Honourable Harcourt
Malcolm, K.C. addressed the
men. He praised them for their
steadfastness and readiness to
confirm the mural obligations
which they had previously en
tered Into by parole. He dwelt
at length upon the importance
of the duties which would de-
volve upon them and the purely
voluntary nature of their agree-
ment, there can be no doubt
from the nature of the duties
outlined that it will be a
good thing for the men
as the British Government will
not be ungenerous to those who
have heard the call and so
promptly listened to it. and none
we feel sure will be disappoint'
ed or have .my cause for regret
but those who Stopped their ears.
We d 1 not believe that these
men weie urged by any other
motive than love for King and
Country, pure, unselfish and
spontaneous loyalty, and we
give them our heartiest praise,
likewise thanks, thanks for our-
selves and for our Nation.
The numbers we bi lieve will
f-ir exce< d i' > of those who have
volunteered.
E. D.
; o;
COMMUNICATED
ODDFELLOWS JUBILEE
4 15 p.m. and is received by a
Guard of Honour of P. M. V.
Patriarchs.
2. Master of Ceremonies in-
troduce:; Jubilee Orator who
speaks -in Oddfeliowship, ami
work of Aurora Lodge No. 810.
t,. Selection by band.
4. Introduction of Bro. P. N.
F., who presents Address to His
Excellency the Administrator,
male members cf Order stand-
ing uncovered.
5. I bs Excellency on rising
is received by Public Reception
Honours of Oddfeliowship to
Distinguished Visitor. Members
sing "See the Conquering Heio
comes."
6. His Excellency replies.
7. Selection by band.
8. Closing address by His
Honour the Speaker
NATIONAL ANTHEM.
to college, the college can L go
1
bayards and wheat fields.
ips of slaughtered, and
ok in
brought to them.
This conclusion is forcibly
illustrated by the last report of
the Management to their Re
prcsentative for the Bahamas
Mr. H. C. Christie.
The report reads that George
Meredith Clark tho son of the
popular and efficient Commis-
sioner at Mangrove Cay, Andros,
has passed the preliminary ex-
aminations in the Commercial
' Course with an average of 94
school. p, [ cent efficiency.
A "limes" correspondent As the International Corres-
who has visited Kiel, found pondence Schools preliminary
Leader of the 15th December
is ,m able and eloquent ap-
peal to every German, it is
full of wisdom and of sound
advice, and if taken to heart,
accused" "blood-thirsti- by them, and they profit by
aid waste the beautiful the light it sheds, will have
lof Italy and Gaul, and I done more good
ugh they were beat e n
k
blinded eyes than the writ-
k, yet they left behind ings of Bernhadis and Rid-
b in the place of smiling ders and others of their
towns and villages,
people they were always an absence among the naval exam-, n. particularly search-
irearof civilization, the officers of the bitter hatred of ".-and exhaustive we mast
Europe was advanc England and the English congratulate the young scholar
ard ci vilizat i on, which existsamong army of- -'"e result of h,s work .....
ford
Kit that time howeAi r,
fleers and soldiers and lands-
jrhot saying much, while
bpermanic tribes re-main-
P nor and a threat of It
xjakable barbarism to
leir neighbours. Such was
Jheir savagery that not on-
tnt with slaughtering their
neighbours, they turned their
feroc ty upon each other at
the -lightest provocation.
The rest of the world was
reasonably warlike Fight-
Mr. Ch.istie is making every
. eiiort to keep the Bahamas on
men generally. 1 lie Official ie Hst ,lf , -,...,, onices of
German report of the loss of tne schools, hut unless the
ie "Audacious'* had justjaverage number of scholarships
1 a (bed them, but there was, are sold, it is very
no gleating and no celebra-
tion. They spoke in the high-
likely that
the Bahamas will be discontinu-
ed as the expense of maintain-
est terms of the English I ing connections with* us will be
Naval Officer, he is always a withoaf recompense and will
gentleman. "Weconsider it therefore cease.
It is a pit* that more of our
an liom 'ir to ngh/ against
them.' 4t And they wgjton t
say, ['lieEnglish, tlsA'n'iirh.
the Russians we
Hkig, hunting and idling were and even
ti.i nvn, hence the noted in- can respect as opponents-
d trv of the women, which but not the Japs. There was
r e a\a i n s a distinguishable
? ra;t.
i'very student of history
Slioyv* bow tbey got their ci-
it it was Rome
them . t with
Lean boast,
the
jn-
ung people are not willing
ake advantage of the I.C S.
lose thorough and special
ucational system is without
eer in the world.
iMot long ago the College of
an interesting uniformity in (_ ftynia subsidized the
tin: conversation of the Offi- Scu -Is to allow them to use
cers at Kiel. There was no the School text books which
doubt of a great deciding where so superior to their own
naval engagement, thev were that ,h">' weic condemned and
not afraid to come out', ves- the I.C. b. School substituted
sels had already gone out and ,n.!,1,e,t, RJ**" ~
were now in tfie North Sea. Tlic', Cfl^ e^,,es Wu'
Ti 1 .. ., ,, attes: shorthand, Ivpewnting,
They admitted the British Bookkeeping and a complete
superiority in tonnagi and Co.....,n.-ial course all of which
metal hrowing ability, but Ure valuable to the young man
Under The Most Distin-
guished Patronac.k Of
His Excellency Thk Auminis
traiok And
Miss HaRT BbNNBTT.
Aurora Lodge No. 810, G. U.
O. of O. 1'., will celebrate her
Jubilee by attending a 'Thank-
giving Service, at the Catiiedral
on Sunday, Jan. 10th, at 4.30
p.m. Special music will be ren
(hied by the Jubilee Choir, as
sisted by the Cathedral Orches-
tra. Mrs A. S. Armbrister at the
Organ. By kind permission of
the Rector, the following si
in;: arrangements have been
made :
Southern Centre Aisle- Ml m
hers of the Order.
Northern Centre Aisle, Mem-
hers of the Executive tive Councils Members of the
Hon. House of Assembly, Heads
of Departments, Families and
Representatives of other Secret
Soi ieties and other visitors.
Other seatsUnr< served.
MONDAY JANUARY nth at
4 p.m.
The members of the G. u. O.
of O. E. will march in proces-
sion from Aurora Lodge Room
in Charlotte Street to the Libra-
ry Green, where His Excellency
Pie Administrator has gracious-
ly consented to receive a Patri-
ot ltSund Loyal Address, in the
presence of His Honour the
Chief Justice, members of the
Executive and Legislative Coun-
cils, His Honour the Speaker
and members of the Hon. House
of Assembly, His Lordship the
Bishop and other leading citi
RELIGIOUS 8ERVICES
SUNDAY, JANUARY 10
8T. MATTIIKWS OHURGH
Church and Shirley sts.
Hev. U'. S. Lovell, Rector.
I l;.|U|.liaiiy
7.15 am Huly Communion, 11 am.
Holy uchaiist. 3110 p in. Junior Cate-
chism. \ :i 1 m s, hi.ir Catechism. 7 pm.
Event '>(;.
ST. MAKOA1UTTS
Sundays, Evtotong ami AddreM,0.80 pm.
Tliuts. Evensong ami Addre**,S.80 pm.
CHURCH OF ST AGNES, V M.
Grants Town, lllue Hill Road
Uev. AudUy J. /)uii.-, Hector.
H-'ly Communion 7.:i" a.m. MatinsSJO
a.m. Mitu Cantata and formon lo:)
a.m Catechism 4 p.m. Solemn Even-
s<< 111^ and Skiiu"!! 7 p.m.
Week 1 'ay Sen 111
L w Masi daiiy 7 .;lo exrept Saturdays.
I ay, Tuesda) aod Thurs
daj 5.801 .n. Wed. and Friday 7 p.m.
ST. KKAN.'IS XAV1BKS ( 111 KOH
West Stieet
Hev. Chry* : m $ckr*intr, o.S.B.,
lifiir / rant
i li andSermon 11 a.m. Sennun and
Benediction 5 pm. Wrrk-daxs Mass 7 aiu.
SAt'UKIi HBART CIIAi'KL
Shirley street.
M ,\ Sermi 1 8 'ion 4 pm.
sT ANDKKWH PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Princes sirret
Rev S /. tnnflt, i
Morninu 11 n.m EvaniaR 7 p.m.
/.ion hai'TIst (-hi'rch
Shirley and East Sts
Kev Chas, A. hann, I'atfor.
11a m. and 7 p in.
HAI'TIST UNION CHURCH
Parliamei 1 St.
Rt i>. \\ .likere. Pastor.
Singing, Prayer, Serm in, II a.m., 7 p m.
Sunday School :i .
WKSI.KYAN METHODIST CilL'UCII
EBENEZEB
R*o, /-. /, Paint, Pb
EastShii Streel
II a m, Ret; (i. .'.'. .'.' 11 J p.m. See. n e
of Song, 7 p in. Rev. I. Si'infr' , /i.,4,
CHRISTIAN Bi IKNCM
I ay Stieet Bank "I Nssau
S .: 1. 11 r .. mid. Wednesday Hpm.
GOSPEL HALL
Dowdi (!ln ittis Streets
', 1 mi, I'readier
lieetii tun t at 7 p in.
GOSPEL HALL
tl wdeswelI Street near Victoria Ave.)
W rshij mee'.ing >t II in, Sunday
School, 8 pm Gospel preaching*, 7pm
Latest War News
Janunn 8th 1915,
OOVEBNftfBNT I'KKSS
London A complete change
in the situation in I he east from
Russia's \ iclory ovei the Turks.If
the latters defeat is as thorough
as is asserted tbey must give up
foreign irn asiou and concentrati
for there defense of their ovm
country.
Military men arc mud) inter-
ested in t!ie rapiil imnerneiPs of
the Russians in scv|Rj| direc-
tions.
I'ii< roads ami fields in I land-
ers are under several fee; of
water, -ind the only work doaj
yesterday was by artillery.
Nothern France there was s<
hard fighting and nUmcd
trenches changed hands sev<
times.
Wash! ig^on:The Ik
Approved 1 if t^
sion exeiiipting
je sen tpJ
gens.
Ry kind permission of the bourers from Hit
Commandant the Police Band and the imminratio
will attend on the Green
The following programms
gian excepti9i,
of Bel
London: -Lie
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t
THF. TRIBUNE NASSAU. BAHAMAS
in | I v\ ill !>( sent to
i in
: pplem
latei I
J lie first ri n iture
of ;i:i ickn i it ol die
Am ri i neral
statemeni osition.
El Pas >. I'exas: Villa's m
lag I > att ick "i III'' bordei
Mires (ienei -1 Sport that (lie
American si ie will not be ex.
ed for more than eight hours
at which time tin irranza gar
; i I' i : i| or
I lllto till'
St.
Wa ion
assail up pu
Wjn lit,
^^ ,ft
W, at ow nei ship, I h
ided bj A n
Fletch i. vho said that 11- Re.
pub i plan
Wa
to b i s Soul
Railway to the
chai in a conspiracy
to pre* ll from 11- Vir-
ginia and Kentucky fields from
reaching the South Atlannc
ports at a reasonable rate
New < \ three da)
i elebration of the toot h ^<\
nn e among I
I mgli h 5|'>' i nations will
te ol
flii i I iii(ed
in.
Londuu Vliuquii
I I ! "I.
that it was the
linion of the Admiral
ty that the battleship Formid-
able IV I lot 9
i ne. The capl
ted and
I

Wash Ptary Bry-
an in a r iday lauded
the i of J
prai il the \\ ilson
liuisl
lus be I !> : i. ige,
4
.1 i i n I
PIC K .) UP
SecreI sent to
I 1 i.tii Am at On tan
t inople 'I dd tn
i i leave I
Tin d it 6 i' m.
Ill ibei'e
I I
' St ites
Am1 i ' tha l'u
. til t ii
: Rh ims owe theii
also in.: I tent, l a ipl mi -
; previ-
ous!; I lei mans
j |-irr, if in favour of conser Imprisonment for noi
\ .,,,. vatism. Furthermore, the Chan- than two months or more than
'.it_ elloi ipire istheKai- five years is the penalty m
wj,o mtative, ut to Gefmaq sub h >Jn-
nbv the French. TheIpowdei iduced turrel Federal Cmin roi
' nti mbard on wli I l .. movable ci1, Vet Ac-
talatThann. held redoubl iggested '"|,: '"'" '"" a'' Img to the latitude allowed
} Vienn ilcomrounica- ice to impede the enemy's ^nd oarck th%Chaiwellor the courts iu defining ai^'iosul*'
tion admits the retirement of
1'urksAicl Austrains in the Car.
p.ithian forests and southern
Bukowina before strong Russian
I'o I I i
I in1 Berlin official communL
cation claims the repulse of the
United Allies in the Vosges. It sl
"re has |>. ;! \\, ,-\ .
worth n I i Pru
oi North it tiial the
i p t u r i
Ru isians i isl ol the '-'
l he \ repoi ted
Si "inn
tal Gaspari, the pa pal
erred Frin V
ica
ment of Cardinal Mercier in.
iuin The t lei mansstill a
si 11 that the I ii .1 is not un-
dei arrest,only being watched.
\1 iv wbeal jump I to 14 1.3.4
in Chicago to-day.
1 mada has admitted blame
for the shooting of \ erican is $17 ,<> a tn
on the N !
Rivi t and will make rep iral
wiie fence to impe
chargi a in) promoted the use of
waf dogs. It is to William's
final consent; too, that the sol-
diers owe t!u> infantry's reduc-
tion of obligatory military ser-
vice from three to two years.
His care for the army never
never halts at d< tail.
Gi I Si
al en to him :
ship was a well-nigh autocratial this may include, anything
office; under William II. the or done, eitlieir in public or in
Chanrelloi has represented the
German Emperor And on the
the vast departmental activities
of the erapin Centralization
is ai ried out to the remotest de-
private, with or without inten-
tion to offend, which may be
Chancellor's shoulders resydecmed irreverent to the Princes
mentioned.
Statistics collected 111 1898,
at the End of the first decade of
tail. Even in the smaller local the present Emperor's reign,
divisions the officers n showed that since his 1 cession
to the throne mu< h more than
son-
ment bad been inflicti d upon
ders nn of
the 1
, Mans >s .
Vet't J a WiUillh II. ha is trou-
- with His Government^. I code. Convictions have bee.
pesi in I. "" ;" ii;"' 'H'.n. : .......numerous than
T|a-plenty with the Reii "' Scarcely aw
h ithout the aotici in I
ral press of *', * f.mr tiial!
urred thai of tl haractei 1
Ool\ canaffoi I
tion in rhe London Daily I'ele : imams
that tion in tin whole
criminal code is so fi quently
;i| T maintaining V;' > "', u"l'"sl;'-
n obliged to yield in
M \,1L affairs In
... r\.;,. 1 ii*, ......... r-.ovai er 1000. occurred that
rj Lieu
tenant is paid $1 a month ?raP" "' lh" '>' famous in-
equal*, tl pav ofa S. eeant tervew on German affairs, at
in our arm v. The entire eoat of
a German soldier" to hiscountrv
Wages, clotl
the end ol which the Emperor
was forced practically to appol-
ogize to lus Governmentthe
'1 rnor,
B
broxen.
One ol the effects of the Em-
rjeror's sfrong personality has
been to widen the scope of the
.and'ofthis [V^and to promise "that in fu-1law agaiostinauU,owing to the
hemus fordinm ^e he would al least be mor. u I la. ;e, im ...
il e '1 ", wha* he >ai(l ..... de?dsJ u" wl,lt'1'
11 ne,equipment :- ,J"" "''="""=11*
.nth. A private .';'"" '''""l -; e, did it fo

rein
tor,
1
I ial ni 1 1 nu [rj 3tl : prim 11 tl unish him.
I Russians a. ill U K%i loc-
rench am
tisfactoi).
man aeropla empt-
in,' to approach I hinkirk
put to Sight. Violent at \ iri were
si d
I he Russian offensive con-
m Bukowii

HARCOL'RT
trine. fails to
inak
true a
illy
toM me of his
Continued From First P;
all the trapi
in of personal 1
I
ordei Iso tei \\ iIlium's
rding dr< at
Com
It is my desiri that dui in
lifetime at mj Court, in all
aiatti rs ol he fine
man I rust, mis ol ancient
timi i:. ived To this
a I I on folli I'.'. i jt,for
civil functii inarii s :
"All la I /iI function
soldi that
law, no
will: t, foi all the
'anization that
1 1 I 1 1 1 1 _r 1 .
it must i eremai: I Ailium
has troi
. '
lias
re-
my in all
it his an not <
im
with t
ti
ipulal n > has
Ion ;ht with the S 1
' ial 1 1 Until the o
tk of the present war, when,
lewhat ti the
.
omment now is d >us
\ i pulsive, in I \ ain
inly lova \ \>o .
his inal
abilil 11 I benevol nt jjow 1.
the !-. >ught
lo in
art, t 1 of his
land. I'o; industry he has do
war Ii uch that it i
and the t to estima how
mai i.
and the S
dern bus ier-
mam oes to his f jht,
epithet lor ami ii 1 culture
was 1 .. for the '" ,Ik> '
Emperor to 1 at his socialist cy has been less ed than
subjects. It was nly at
:' it' be cried
parties
.ol< the
1 is heart.
i h-i: 11 in
rheGern
to the < .
1 for 1: I '"
of
has been the Kaiser's 1 1
ich m : .
, 1..sin :. id r qi
1 '.'
know s
the nav\ 's net
1 1 1 lie repi
thai
Consul in nries are authoiized. to wear an
; ie at Ho
Aral ii "t I
that It which in-
clude a r fl'ig will
: 11I -' i^ ment
1
the -tli I 111
embroidered uniform At the
, -1 ten
at the Royal Pa Berlin,
or in tli iyalresiilent es, at the
'I m n lam,
thi New Pa msl
1 this time I'. . ear
rn 'ion im mi 1 in breaches "I white' silk,
iv Corp > mi a in white silksl ah
jA \'. Int.' la
P iiiisaild other places tl
In.' M! a-
Iquaiititie ir '^^ y
tli 1 r..a^ns !
on ire h.'inL' 4&
fio'il \ i- ''. to
Cil|. 1'' la f ''I' -
a 1 >. a a r.
D remains
Ii it tie fr. hit
' the
in-
1 in- are be

1 1 sloJ pr>
1 a t e. 'I W
ie I'm; ish foi
ans has rendered tt
that' \i 'nmania.
I; ill soon
. >'.Ills
nu.nn
ItelW '
n Ber-
in nthei castJ. r ait 1 l" doors,
unjes.s '|'v%^ is v i.l : I
:ialjjfjJflsion 1 \ \\ ill
tdk^j
' nav> has
been b) Hie K liser in the
tion The
building up of the pi 1 avj
1st1 ( of los own brain,
the training of 1 and n
a personal matter with him.
inon 11 t he army,
nnvv is In-
r, 11 i p 11, \ . 1 a
the present mom
Iv the na\ v that has brought a
united iei m in;
wai ; the
ernmenl hn\ d with
I 1 '
I

0
irons
uniform, with
Stripes.
^^1'ho.si; %lj^f""
fCoat 11 ijau'lioi i/e^l to i'!lr, |
" -**- -,^~ 1* I te' '\
tl" rova\
es, hi
with bluH hit' kles, oriels Fig
trousi
That \\':'!i nil II. ha (I .1
for the anm and 11 ivy of I lie U
ji nn my than any o| the s.'v-jiu
fert'igllS who preredet"
axiom of uiljifersal '^,.
. iv. ">'et thr 1I1 tail I
. s Iicnti 11 have lieen
a . 1 -... itip .. ., 1,. ... 1 ..
Really jtutSa
*' 11 jam iu^|
at .lie au
iiud'Ca .1 'C 'Or < I
aclc bHl< Stockings, ha
1 u 1 m the
' '
m i.n
e the ; ,'' 1 1.
had made im g ,\,
Ii
in the Kaisi f|A^^
part) 1 )n oni n, cmdn -
'ut e racrutts. h said:
''Lea* M?|csie It\uipivni
"Fi a' you
and 1 my foe. . ,,f
Ie it
1 com
mand you to shool
hei ami
even i
I. I iodiorl d; I i I '
ohfy^.say et*
tn .^K
tgr >
ioT
..; .
i inctli :; 1 so\ ereiunty
in I. if thinkii h
fand inspire the nation in very
' 111 a i
tun -ii.ii', 11
ts Iiuni
' -* tl
I
lint; in whi< li til

1 ,in<
011 1.11< i 1
d of tin 1 or.,
liser, I Ik ,,u
r in matters of musi 1
to run the oper; in B 1 lin.1
Ii .
of p. ituorj ll;
In a tie>usand wa; trier tjj
is own hoi 'I
11<
'iuL
B
''.'' '' '
peoj_>le of liberal 1 ul ~~'
11
a ii.ii
i
-atisf;i
I .<& 1 ocial \i. ^ itic Par
of Germany is
no- t *wiii)(
:
labJy th.:'
1 a iiitica 1
lot
u
.m.
ai .
worl I n p
Tl
traitms
1
ma- /
! .
\v
\.V*
or Kaisfl


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THE TRIBUNE NASSAU, BAHAMAS
>
t'
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
" INWARDS:
2nd Jan. Srtir. Hattie Darling,
Thompson, MiiMiii Kla,
8 passenger^.'
sth"S. S, Miami, Sharpley,
Miami Fla, 39 passen-
gers.
Mb "S. S. Miami, Sharpley,
Miami, Fla, 14 passen-
ger?.
OUTWARDS:
5th 'Jan -Schr. Ww. II. Albury,
^ /.. Pioder, Miami l'la,
^L 2. passengers.
m ,Wi "- S. S. Miami, Sharpley,
^m Miami, Fla, 14 passen-
V gers.
1th "S. S. Miami, Sharpley,
Hp" Miami, Fla, 7 passen
I
gers.
Good Morning! over 1QOO
The Kaiser in
Private Life
The Kaiser is as great a des-
pot in the social and domestic as i
in the political and military i
sphere. In fact, his interference I
stops short at no Germnn'shome.
His prohibition of the tango
dance last w inter was a matter
which gave rise to considerable
hilarity, and was regarded a--an
unconscious but not inappropri-
ate criticism of the "stiffness'of
the Pruaai ments, whose high-laced, corsets
\vi uldcertfiiniv warrant their never
being caught bending. But the
Kaiser's piudishness has often ex-
tended to the drew of Ins feminine
relations and entourage. F01 ins
lance, he ilways disapproved <>f
"bloomers" for lady cyclists, and,
some yei w 1 I indignant
one morning on discovering his
git.1 r in law, Princess Henry of
of Pru un '' oniously cjcF
ing 111 "bloomers" along tl.c paths
of the imperial park of Potsd im
The Kaiser, in ^ruff tones, ordi red
the lady to return forthwith to the
Palace and change "this dissrrnre-
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Superiority oi material and workmanship.
\ lutelv stainless Will wear 6 months
without rules, 01 new ones free.
OUR SPECIAL OFFER
to every one lending us $ 1.00 in currency
or postal note, 10 1 over atlveitisin*; anil
hipping charges, we Will s*n with written guarantee, backfi a five
million dollar company, either
5 I'rvrs of our 75c. value
American Silk Hosiery,
or 4 Pain ol our 50c. value
American Cashmere Hosiery,
' 4 Pairs of our 50c. Value.
American Cotton.Lisle Hosiery
or 6 Pufrs ol Children's Hosiery.
1H)NT DELAYOffer expinswhen
dealer in your locality is selected.
The International Hoisery co.
P. O. Box 224
DAYTON, OHIO. U. S A
Cosmopolitan
HIGH SCHOOL
(>penson
Monday. Oct. 5th
in Aui ora Hall
on Charlotte Street.
For particular^ apply to
I'rof. (1. G. Coffin, head mas-
ter, or Mr. J. 1'. biirims.
Pairs
Boots and Shoes
being add^d to an already
teplzte stock
\\'.: 1 i.11: .- til Sl;HMti;ui
is again opening up one i if
those Sample Lots of Boots
and Shoes in a limited
number, of sizes as follows
viz :
Men's li d Shoes in sizes
from 6 l" 71
Woinens 1 loot sand hoes
in sizes from 3J to 4 J
Misses Boots and, Shoes in sizes
from 1 2 Jt< 1 *
The advantage in purchas-
ing frOtt this lot is (as others
who have purchased before
can attest) tlnit \ou can Se
lecl the sizesVfrora a very
large variety of up-to-date
styles at prices considerably
1 thiiu regular lines
kcnl iii stock.
CALL EARLY
and secure your size at
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
7 and 289 Bay Street City
Mapes Fertilizers
THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT
of the GlRAFFE is remarkable, but the abnormal
development of the demand for Sunlight Soap is
still more remarkable. It is not known how many
people have ever gacn a Giraffe, but it is known
that there are mrftons and millions of careful
housewives all over the world using .,
Sunlight Soap \\
Tlie.se housewives no longer dread
the advent of wash-dav, tor, with
Sim k.111 80AF as their allv, thev
are assured of a quick despatch of all
dirt and uncleanliness. SuHLIGHT
Soap saves your cl 'thes.
TRY IT
N E X T
IN YOUR
WASH.
k

NOTICE
,1
I. persons having claims
:amst the Estate of the late
John Alfird are requested to
rendVi tin- same duly attested,
and those nidi-litcd thereto to
make payment to Kenneth Sole- y- \
inon one 1 I tin- Executors of his "w -
W A MATHER
u 1
Kl.XNI.I II SOLOMON
C. l\ FARR1NGTON
Executors.
Nassau,
16th Dec. 1914.
MADt rosrmn
B.VD.
BEST RETAIL TWADC
NOTICE
THIS is to inform the pub-
lic that il any person or
persi ms are found trespassing
on m\ lot oi haul situate on
***H*MggJMrS5.
ta
alt1 re
9|.I
Discovering, a little
let. ti .it the Princess still |-i-
1 in wearing the < (Tending
)p, the Kaiser stormed into
'"BinerVstiid}, n - ity tii-C-aii. that, lie
). .-. to mv. d her convenient
'actual!/ rra#'?ne with tin ly fs arrest Tor
MpHnCv* iti he tj '.he forcible
ichafe by law at every
ar husband's disposal, could
ure his wife's obedience.
inress Henry had finally
h, for her husband's sake.
)...
/ note carry in stock th
rtnuias:
Pineapple. It has been prov
en that this lias no equa
and a visit to fields usinj
same will convince you.
Vegetable.Sow is the time F rb s Hill in the Island ol
to ii-^e this and increasi Little hxuma, they will 1"
your yield, in tomatoes, dealt with according to the
Potatoi ''i nils; nd all Lav.
other vegetables by i ERNES! CLARKE
pi 1 ent. (Ownei
Orange Tree.- To assist the JACOB QLARKE
growth of Young Citrus1 (Overseer)
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES
and tlic
Reliable
NOTICE
wi II known
an of the
1A5
tegr
M. KNOWLES
>ar<..' to sj,.ply
e mrts/ milty
arvwher*
rj ';,
OS,'
Emit of the Loom 36 in.
at 7^ per yard.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
finishes
Johnaort -'repared Wnx i com
plate finish ,111! polish [01 II rnitura
Woodwork .ii"1 il ic
Johnson'-* Wood Dye ' t' Iittk
coloring cf all wood, s..ft or ...ini
Jt>hnsor.'3 Vnder Lac ,, iphil
11.....h. \riy much I i ihttlac 01
varnish
| Johnson's TIk. Wood rinlsh f"ra
benutiful, Utistic, h.iml-rubbed elli fr
without tin- npnuc "I rubbing,
John* .n's Fun Wood Fillerfor
fir .ia the grain and pom ol wood, I Jan. 5th 19'.'-
*nanni( i< for Um ty>- I
son's Powdered . for h
Tree.
Fruit and Wine. Increase the
yield and growth of old
Citrus trees.
Tor further information
and books on the use of tin >
Fertilizers, please appl> to
WALTER K. MOORE
Agent for Mapn Fertiliser
in the Bahamas.
Forbes Hill. Little
July 23rd 1915
Exuma
TENDERS
GASOLINE
r\ Drums and 10
C-ins. I'ru 1
per (iallon. Ml
prices cani i lied.
C. C. SAl NDERS
East l'.aj. St.
Nassau N. P.
(ia
shilling
rej ious
1S71LL be receiverlby the un-
dersigned until noun of
Tliursda) the a isl January, 1915
for the purchase of the s ho< n>
er "Hattie 11. Rnl arts" her fix
tun s and appurti ices
KENNETH SOLOMON
C. T. FAHRINGT< '
Exeruti >rs I'.state John Al red.
j.itli Dec 1 1914
1 pikIims should I"' addressed
"KENNETH mOLOMaN
"tli.1 rnl
"'I. nder for Hn'tlie II. Roberis
n inf'Tin !ns fneiul-
H' Puhln Hi it I e baa
just r,nwill .1 complete utfit ol
FdCilmen f 11 tlii> buisn - oi an an-
dei t-l.' 1. hich pl 11 >- him hi n
posh Mm to 1 .a 1 \ oul Fuiii 1 oV that
may be entrusted In Ins > (ire with
SJ ' in ;mil ili-|Mi'i ; ;ii"! ie>(j.'I
full\ si. 111 i~ 1 ' ii 1 11 fie Get
\ I '1 .1 1 I 1 -' hi ,,.iive iIinI these
re iheveiv 1'iwesi In 1 hi firs I clnai
iv.,: K.
Rupture Cured
The Brooks Appliance
Attorney n..>nl'i Chsmbtrs.
Port-,if-.spaln.
Trinidad, n. W. I.
I-U-'IO.
Dsar 8lrt:
I sm slid to be solo to Inform tou thst
tli "trun" ( T) I sot from you In Sopumtx-r
la a complete auccesa. It ha* aupported my
rupture p.rf.rily alnre I flrel wore It. f
have been ruptured rinee I ran remember
ami tried at different intervals sevsral mikn
of truaa wlti.out auc;ea. I was beginning
to think J ehouni ha> to undergo an opera-
tion, aa the rupiur- waa gradually gtttlng
worse. Now. how<-i er. I consider myself
practically cured. To my mind one of the
great points about your Invention la (bat
one doea not feel its pressure anywhere, al-
though that pn enure never actually relaxes.
Afiir the first few days I have not felt Its
pressure any more thsn I do my trouser
ausp. riders. Tou are quite welcome to make
any use you like of this letter.
Yuura trulv
J. U. I
To Crocks Rupture Appliance C
no:
THfi Business
CE
; toloie i';ir
ried on l>\ the late John
Alfred will be continued undei
> -
\
.."!
n-v
iorp
rje
>U
7n

,v ., r ! .iTr'no i4 f,.i th-li'i- ___________________tlifS. name Iv III' UIIO.l HP} t^t^
">l >r>n's Powdered < .a ?- b4l I ____ "j i^ned Tru'.oi ilj !' -ptui \S^*'*W' {
Kafi 1 ...no.,. LOOK! h.si-Mnt... Jfc^'V /
yy. roR. s li m- Mr ..... < Biis2i||e
r/; Chas. t :^--v.;^^.^y^^y_. ^yS^I^JpL,,..
',s'/ - --:. V/nice. m%* J I *f ., set. Cirtag llsnture for o.er M yssis.
iVCiTPOSer DliI> llur>' K C. KATwUi '.OX i/.AppllanceSer*oi|.Trfal
I 4J1--.O -" /N'r^u^et^idVxcuior/ >,&. 'ff^T't g -', & ;
* il eafa ( ^Sty -VJsfa***11 J"'"1< 1> liurtii- 11
0sDr.ii.i * VLS^JF^V th" "' ,r"'
SrECIAL. 1* PS>pg# wj,0 hav trlnl ,iy *,
fc" anrTrr sztrr-rneljr arat-ful -i^#
l''-"l ...illl .-Itlt ,,ft..r Oil.. Ja..., *? wfcare all oihf M
- iOru and after this dVin .
this* following Shops will bf
l>pjMts for the sale of THE
TRIBUNE, viz:
DIOCESAN r.ooK STORE
Bay St.^Citv.
' ' .SO\, Corner
1 ' '1 nncl Ann
v' J"; < ta *|
' South.
Corner Bay
' li P.
coupon
lliyatjElated tinok um Ituptu-
ms; 1 thn t m<
_ havs tried .n .
snd ;.rv axtremely arat-fuL
coastani relief waere all oth#
rnaka It to your measure a,
to you 00 a strict suarsntc.
raotlon or mom refunded, i
put my prlc no low that
rlth or poor. cat. boy It Is
trJM rova was,* I say Is
tr r mitt r>
_ n
Per.e t1. fence.
MUT/LATBD
FBER rXTORM
<" r Brook a, ;,'
Marshall s.lc'
I'less.
Per. yt
'..rmai
cure
NST
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