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I *, state that a German warship, the identity of which is in douhi, v as sunk off the coast of Brazil by the British battle crusier Invincible. According to first reports liic \e-el destroyed was the Von der Tann, one of the Kaisers best battle cruisers, but later advices are to the effect that it was the Karlsruhe which Tiet disaster in the encounter with the Invincible. I he latter is said to have been seriousfy damaged in the battle which occurred nil Peranibn-.o, Brazil. New York.—The steamer Barn. mo of the Ward Line by almost superhuman efforts of all" bands at the pumps vvas kept afloat lonj,'. enough to be beached on Red' Hook Flats after a collision just! below Sandy Hook with what is beJieved to have been a British: cruiser. The collision occurred in i a dense fog. It is certain that; the other vessel, which made off. in a hurry, was a war vessel. London.—A Zeppelin airi two Biplanes last night were seen off] Calais. rMote bombs wared p| edon Fumes and Dunkirk however doing much dam Petroprad—The German V'forts •TfMinst Warsaw are weakening. January nth 1014 GOVKKNMKNT I'kKSJanuary 10. Should Roumnnia decide to join the Allies her army will provide the missing link in a chain of troops thirteen hundred miles long winding from the Baltic to the ArtrMtic. The Allies believe that Roumania will make the plunge and other developments are expected.. Greece and 1 urkey aie rlose to breaking points owing to the delay by Turkey in giving satisfaction for expelling the Ihitish Consul from the Italian Consulate at llodeiada. Peveloments of extreme importance are occurini; in the East and West. The Germans are sending reinforcements to Alsaje where the French threaten to cut off Muhlliausen. The Hacue:— General Von lissing, military Governor of Belgium, in replying to a telapram from the Associated" Pies-, States that Cardinal Metcier was not arrested, interned in the Palace, watched, or deprived of his personal liberty in any way. Berlin. —-en >r GorWatcs Dequesada, Cuban Minister t& Germany, died suddenly of appolexy heie yesterday. Chicago.—An embargo may be placed on all foodstuffs, according to rumour which has il that congress will be asked for such an act. If Italy enters the war Russian wheat will have anoutlet through the Dardanelles and this would affect American prices. The SecreTHE STl tORNNESS of the MULE is provcrhial. Though not proverbial it is a well-known fact that millions of housewives who have tried St/NUGm SOAP stu refuse to use anv other. These housewives with SUNLIGHT SOAP as their ally, can look forward to wash-day without ({read, for they are assured of a quick despatch of all dirt. TRY IT IN YOIR NEXT WASH. NOTICE tary of Agiiculture has been asked for facts and figures. London:—German civilians aie leaving Ostend because the Allies have advanced to within nine rni'.es of that town, according to dsepntches from Amsterdam. Washington:—Fifty seven naval vessels will compose the fleet that will go through the Panama Canal bound for San Francisco, in March. The Oregon and Olvuipin, both famous in thSpanis' \merican war will he in the fleet. E 1 P iso, Texas: -Villa ivill have Nayortana evacuate Neco and put a slop to the fighting. He also assures General Scott that Naco will beneutial and will remain Closed to commerce until Mexico is lecognned by the United States, Plans for pacification are under <\'ay but not published. Washington:—The feel i ng is with the United States on the shipping question. Copies of Greet Britains reply to the protest have been furnished to the neu ral nations. Administration officials fail to comment on the reply which will be published today. Another note more vigorous than the fust will be sent to England. Washington.-*-National Employment Bureau's planned service will reach all parts of the United States in a systematic attempt in helping the American worKingman. The plan is fathered by President Wilson. New Orleans; -Canadians are here to attend the celebration of thecentem: iry ol peace between England and the United States. I lie Canadians added an unex peeled feature to the programme yesterday bv placing a wreath on the statue of Andiew O'Brien, WANTED. A GOOD Female Cook who can Rend, write and go errands. A puddle age person of good character preferred. For furthur infoimation, apply to SHADRACKT. WOOD West St. South. 9th |any., i9'5--4 ins For Sale A GOOD BICYCLE -CHEAP Apply "Tribune" Office W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that fe has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the buisness of an undertaker, which places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entiusted to his care with System and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their patronage Get my Prices first and prove that these are the very lowest for the first clas work. THE well known Dairyman of the East w THOMAS M. KNOWLES Is now prepared to supply and deliver the purest milk to be obtained anywhere from his Dairy Farm on East Shirley Street, opposite Williams Street. Orders may be delivered at his Store on East Bay St. No. 538, 'Phone No. 116. Delivery at from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary Bottles. Many germs make milk impure, In Knowles' milk no germs are found; Look at tin' bottles in which its sold, at Knowles wh<> takes ihem all around. Milk like his needs no lactom eter, In verification of its strength, Liquor pura nee impura Knowles would never go that length. JI GASOLINE I N Drums and 10 Gallon Cans. Price one shilling pet Gallon. Ml previous prices cancelled. C. C. SAUNDERS Easi Bay St. Nassau N. P. Jan. 5th 19,15. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax-a com pletc finish awl polish lor nil furniture wc 11 id work and floors. Johnsons Wood Dye -for the artistic coloring of all wood, 10ft or hard Johnaon's Vndar Lac—a spirit finish, very much superior to shellac or vainish Johnaon's Fle.1 Wood Finish -fura beautiful, artistic, hand-ruBbed clfetc without tinaspens* "I rubbUtf. Johnaon's Pe.ste Wood Filler h 1 filling the grain and porat of wood, prepariw,'-i< for the finish Johnson's Powdered Wax—for bal room flours. FOR. SALE BY Chas. E. Albury



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i < Nullius etddictus (urare in verbe, metglstrl. Being bound to iwetr to the Dogmo,s of no Master. VOL. XII. NO-ISRU. N. P.. Be.he.ine.e. Monday. Je.ivie.ry II. 1915 NO. 41 L. OILBBRT Dl'i'i rii. Editor ." %  I'nfrietor. OFKH'K 41 MAIIKKT STRUCT NatMOB, X. I'., liuhnmai 1MIONK 900. P. O. BOX ifW. PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Friday single ci|>y TIICMI.IV, .'in I Thursday single rnuy Saturday—single copy Wei ler line for first insert pence jjpr line • nd insertion ; and one penny per line lot lu ertions. Advertisei sol : it line? +s. *•' \'\j Bl.lSHr I) AT 3 P.M. Latest War News January oih 1915, (iu\ KKNMi-NT psna London:—Winter storms and floods do not keep the great armies idle in the snow.i overed In I Is of the t'arpntln HIS. The Russians are limiti ig down the Turks who reported to be sti rendering by thou* s.inds. Although Flanders is virtually .•'II undei watei the Allies have 111 tde some headway. In Poland and Galicia there is almost an entire lull. Prance has made some headway in Alsace. London. -It is asserted that Count V'oo Berchtold, the Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs, has sent a note to Italy against the Italian occupation of Avlona, Albania. London: — After a two days session in which parliament heard %  peaches by lord Kitchener and othert on the progress -if the wai which is hold to be satisfactory to the Allies the house adjourned until Februaiy and. Washington:— Great Bri tains reply to the American Note was received but the contents will not lie divulged before tomorrow. PICKED UP It is reported in Paris that Italy and Roumania reached an agreement to enter the war smuiltane ously. Bucharest despatches say that Roumania is mobilizing750,000 men, a half million <>f which will compose the field armv. h is -ml that Roumania will go in with the Allies whether 01 not Italy acts. The Allies claim victories in Flanders despite the floods. The French lost positions in Argonne but claim later to have re-gained them. The French gained a victory in Vicinity of Rheims Lord Haldane announces that British experts have manufactured an equivalent to tiie German forty two centimetc gun. He also sajs that enlistments have increased s thai conscription will not he nece -s.i. y. Military experts estimate tint the British army now consists id three millions. The German general staff has issued an order forbidding the German soldiers from fraternizing with tlf enemy after they learned of suspended hostilities at various pi.nes Christinas Day. In one place the Germans and British played a game of looth^ll, afterwards suspending hostilities for two days more. Persia lias sent an ultimatum to Turkey demanding the immediate withdrawal of the litters troops from the Persian frontier. The Turkish government have locoinoties ready, steam up, for leaving Constantinople at a moments notice. The treasury is picked ready for shipment. Russians continue pouring into Hungary ROd Transylvania. Mud is impeding the progress of Von Kinderburgs army which is check* ed in its adv.nice on Warsaw. The Pope has demanded the immediate release of Cardinal Meicier. Germany denies the ar iest, saying that the Cardinal was merely warned from exciting the populace. January 10th 1915. Prom Cape Cod. Russian official statement indicates collapse of Austrian defense in Bukewina and concentration of opposing armies across Hungarian frontiers, while fighting in, Poland has become e en more violent between Germans and Russians. In France the Germans say they have inflicted heavy losses & made several gains; but Allies claim capture of impoitant positions near Soissons and Perthes, as well as further advance in Belgium lowlands.where Germans are removing butteries made untenable by cap. tuieofSt. Georges and Lombaertxvde by Allies, Rumois of Greek and Roumanian plans for war aie unverified, Remnants Turkish forces .ire still fleeing in the Cascasus. W Hshington:—Official Washington denies knowledge of Rouman. Ian preparation for war, or of impending trouble between Turkey and < ireece, R iirerdam: —A dead whale drifted ashore riddled with threeinch shells. It was apparently taken for a submarine. The Turkish fon es inTranscau casus have resumed the offensive against the Russians. Italy has relused 10 withdraw from Avlona, Albania, in reply to Austria's protest t German troops have been sent to re infoice Aus triau foices on Italian border. Gree. e is reported near breaking point with Turkey. Roumania and Bulgaria are concentrating their troops and Persia has sent an ultimatum 10 th Constantinople Government. Washii gton.—Arguments in support of the lull to legalize price fixing were made before the House "Commerce" committee to.day b) Loiuis I). Brnndeis. f Boston and oth.rs. Mr. Brandeis argued that the bill would prevent sham liar. earn sales, which, he said, by d< s. (roving 'he confidence of consumers in standard goods, were an evil that affected the whole community. New York.—G. Franklin Stringer. Ir„ junior member of Stringer and Co., Wall Street, Broker,commit ted suicide to-day. A few hours later the dons of the Stringer Firm closed in Bankruptcy. New York States will likely enact legislation this es*ion pensioning widowed mothers. Provisional President Guterrez announces that warning factions in Mexico have practically solved their disputes. Franklin D. Wood of New York has stated divorce proceedir.es against Ins twenty year old wife, who eloped with young Woods Father on the night of the weddi n g, \! her request Mrs. Florence Caiman will undergo ano'her trial for the murder of Mrs Louise D. Bailey ol Freepuit last npi n>. January 10th 1915 PICKED DP Paris: -The ffi :i il statement that from the si n to the Oise there have been artillery duels. On the Aisne in the region of Soissons the Germans, in spite of many attacks, have been un-ib'e to le-capture the trenches which ihev had lost. In the country from Rheims IO the Argonne our infantry has shelled the German trenches very effectually. We li ive destroyed n German block house on the heights of the Meuse. In the Forest of Apremonl I he attacks of the enemy have been repulsed bv the lire ofout artillery. III the Vosges to the Northwest of Wattvilla we have also repulsed attacks. Petrograd: The success of the Russian armv in the Austrian pro* vines of Bukowina is attracting the attention nl military observers here t'.irough >ts bearing on the B liken situation. It is almost iii p "ssible for Austria to defend 11 in y, Vania and the entire terri' is now at mercy of the 1 zar. \n official si %  ment says in the naval ensagemeQt in Black Pea between Russian rurkish warships on January the Turkish cruisers Brealau I lamidieh were Imdly d imaged. New York.—Despatches from Bueooa Ayres anJ Rio da Janeiro the that the and 6th and Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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Nullius etddictus (urare in verbe, metglstrl.
Being bound to iwetr to the Dogmo,s of no Master.
VOL. XII.
No-isru. N. P.. Be.he.ine.e. Monday. Je.ivie.ry II. 1915
NO. 41
L. OILBBRT Dl'i'i rii.
Editor ." I'nfrietor.
OFKH'K 41 MAIIKKT STRUCT
NatMOB, X. I'., liuhnmai
1MIONK 900. P. O. BOX ifW.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single ci|>y .........
TiicmI.iv, .'in I Thursday single rnuy
Saturdaysingle copy
Wei l Monthly ... ... ... i-.
Quarto I v........ is.
RalfYearly............g.
Ves Ij ............IRs.
1J
id
5-1
6d
Washington: An unqualified
endorsement of Chamberlains l)ill
to increase Hie Btrenghtof the Co ist
artillery corps was given by Sec-
retary Garrison today.
Washington: Bread may jump
one cent per loaf if ["ires of wheat
continue to rise, officials of the
department of justice are con-
sidering nn investigation.
PAYABLE! IV ADVANCR
Advertising Ratal S \ pence i>er line
for first insert pence jjpr line
nd insertion ; and one penny per
line lot lu ertions.
Advertisei sol :it line? +s.
*' \'\jBl.lSHr I) AT 3 P.M.
Latest War News
January oih 1915, .
(iu\ KKNMi-NT psna
London:Winter storms and
floods do not keep the great armies
idle in the snow.i overed In I Is of the
t'arpntln his. The Russians are
limiti ig down the Turks who re-
ported to be sti rendering by thou*
s.inds.
Although Flanders is virtually
.'II undei watei the Allies have
111 tde some headway.
In Poland and Galicia there is
almost an entire lull.
Prance has made some headway
in Alsace.
London. -It is asserted that
Count V'oo Berchtold, the Austrian
Minister of Foreign Affairs, has sent
a note to Italy against the Italian
occupation of Avlona, Albania.
London: After a two days ses-
sion in which parliament heard
peaches by lord Kitchener and
othert on the progress -if the wai
which is hold to be satisfactory to
the Allies the house adjourned
until Februaiy and.
Washington: Great Bri tains
reply to the American Note was
received but the contents will not
lie divulged before tomorrow.
PICKED UP
It is reported in Paris that Italy
and Roumania reached an agree-
ment to enter the war smuiltane
ously. Bucharest despatches say
that Roumania is mobilizing750,-
000 men, a half million <>f which
will compose the field armv.
h is -ml that Roumania will
go in with the Allies whether 01
not Italy acts.
The Allies claim victories in
Flanders despite the floods. The
French lost positions in Argonne
but claim later to have re-gained
them. The French gained a vic-
tory in Vicinity of Rheims
Lord Haldane announces that
British experts have manufactured
an equivalent to tiie German forty
two centimetc gun. He also sajs
that enlistments have increased s
thai conscription will not he ne-
ce -s.i. y.
Military experts estimate tint
the British army now consists id
three millions.
The German general staff has
issued an order forbidding the
German soldiers from fraternizing
with tlf enemy after they learned
of suspended hostilities at various
pi.nes Christinas Day. In one
place the Germans and British
played a game of looth^ll, after-
wards suspending hostilities for
two days more.
Persia lias sent an ultimatum to
Turkey demanding the immediate
withdrawal of the litters troops
from the Persian frontier.
The Turkish government have
locoinoties ready, steam up, for
leaving Constantinople at a mo-
ments notice. The treasury is
picked ready for shipment.
Russians continue pouring into
Hungary ROd Transylvania. Mud
is impeding the progress of Von
Kinderburgs army which is check*
ed in its adv.nice on Warsaw.
The Pope has demanded the
immediate release of Cardinal
Meicier. Germany denies the ar
iest, saying that the Cardinal was
merely warned from exciting the
populace.
January 10th 1915.
Prom Cape Cod.
Russian official statement indi-
cates collapse of Austrian defense
in Bukewina and concentration of
opposing armies across Hungarian
frontiers, while fighting in, Poland
has become e en more violent be-
tween Germans and Russians.
In France the Germans say they
have inflicted heavy losses & made
several gains; but Allies claim cap-
ture of impoitant positions near
Soissons and Perthes, as well as
further advance in Belgium low-
lands.where Germans are removing
butteries made untenable by cap.
tuieofSt. Georges and Lombaer-
txvde by Allies,
Rumois of Greek and Rouman-
ian plans for war aie unverified,
Remnants Turkish forces .ire still
fleeing in the Cascasus.
W Hshington:Official Washing-
ton denies knowledge of Rouman.
Ian preparation for war, or of im-
pending trouble between Turkey
and < ireece,
R iirerdam: A dead whale
drifted ashore riddled with three-
inch shells. It was apparently tak-
en for a submarine.
The Turkish fon es inTranscau
casus have resumed the offensive
against the Russians.
Italy has relused 10 withdraw
from Avlona, Albania, in reply to
Austria's protest t German troops
have been sent to re infoice Aus
triau foices on Italian border.
Gree. e is reported near breaking
point with Turkey.
Roumania and Bulgaria are
concentrating their troops and
Persia has sent an ultimatum 10
th Constantinople Government.
Washii gton.Arguments in
support of the lull to legalize price
fixing were made before the House
"Commerce" committee to.day b)
Loiuis I). Brnndeis. f Boston and
oth.rs. Mr. Brandeis argued that
the bill would prevent sham liar.
earn sales, which, he said, by d< s.
(roving 'he confidence of consum-
ers in standard goods, were an evil
that affected the whole communi-
ty.
New York.G. Franklin Strin-
ger. Ir junior member of Stringer
and Co., Wall Street, Broker,com-
mit ted suicide to-day. A few
hours later the dons of the Strin-
ger Firm closed in Bankruptcy.
New York States will likely
enact legislation this es*ion pen-
sioning widowed mothers.
Provisional President Guterrez
announces that warning factions
in Mexico have practically solved
their disputes.
Franklin D. Wood of New York
has stated divorce proceedir.es
against Ins twenty year old wife,
who eloped with young Woods
Father on the night of the wedd-
i n g,
\! her request Mrs. Florence
Caiman will undergo ano'her
trial for the murder of Mrs Louise
D. Bailey ol Freepuit last npi n>.
January 10th 1915
PICKED DP
Paris: -The ffi :i il statement
that from the si n to the Oise
there have been artillery duels. On
the Aisne in the region of Soissons
the Germans, in spite of many at-
tacks, have been un-ib'e to le-cap-
ture the trenches which ihev had
lost. In the country from Rheims
IO the Argonne our infantry has
shelled the German trenches very
effectually.
We li ive destroyed n German
block house on the heights of the
Meuse. In the Forest of Apremonl
I he attacks of the enemy have been
repulsed bv the lire ofout artillery.
Iii the Vosges to the Northwest of
Wattvilla we have also repulsed
attacks.
Petrograd: The success of the
Russian armv in the Austrian pro*
vines of Bukowina is attracting
the attention nl military observers
here t'.irough >ts bearing on the
B liken situation.
It is almost iii p "ssible for Aus-
tria to defend 11 in y, Vania and
the entire terri' is now at
mercy of the 1 zar.
\n official si ' ment says
in the naval ensagemeQt in
Black Pea between Russian
rurkish warships on January
the Turkish cruisers Brealau
I lamidieh were Imdly d imaged.
New York.Despatches from
Bueooa Ayres anJ Rio da Janeiro
the
that
the
and
6th
and
Wear Armbrister's Shoes


I
*,
state that a German warship, the
identity of which is in douhi, v as
sunk off the coast of Brazil by the
British battle crusier Invincible.
According to first reports liic \e--
el destroyed was the Von der
Tann, one of the Kaisers best bat-
tle cruisers, but later advices are
to the effect that it was the Karls-
ruhe which Tiet disaster in the en-
counter with the Invincible.
I he latter is said to have been
seriousfy damaged in the battle
which occurred nil Peranibn-.o,
Brazil.
New York.The steamer Barn- .
mo of the Ward Line by almost ,
superhuman efforts of all" bands at
the pumps vvas kept afloat lonj,'.
enough to be beached on Red'
Hook Flats after a collision just!
below Sandy Hook with what is
beJieved to have been a British:
cruiser. The collision occurred in i
a dense fog. It is certain that;
the other vessel, which made off.
in a hurry, was a war vessel.
London.A Zeppelin airi two
Biplanes last night were seen off]
Calais. rMote bombs wared p|
edon Fumes and Dunkirk
however doing much dam
PetropradThe German V'forts
TfMinst Warsaw are weakening.
January nth 1014
GOVKKNMKNT I'kKS-
January 10.
Should Roumnnia decide to join
the Allies her army will provide
the missing link in a chain of
troops thirteen hundred miles long
winding from the Baltic to the
ArtrMtic. The Allies believe that
Roumania will make the plunge
and other developments are expec-
ted..
Greece and 1 urkey aie rlose to
breaking points owing to the delay
by Turkey in giving satisfaction
for expelling the Ihitish Consul
from the Italian Consulate at llo-
deiada.
Peveloments of extreme impor-
tance are occurini; in the East and
West. The Germans are sending
reinforcements to Alsaje where
the French threaten to cut off
Muhlliausen.
The Hacue: General Von
lissing, military Governor of Bel-
gium, in replying to a telapram
from the Associated" Pies-, States
that Cardinal Metcier was not ar-
rested, interned in the Palace,
watched, or deprived of his per-
sonal liberty in any way.
Berlin. -en >r GorWatcs Deque-
sada, Cuban Minister t& Germany,
died suddenly of appolexy heie
yesterday.
Chicago.An embargo may be
placed on all foodstuffs, according
to rumour which has il that con-
gress will be asked for such an act.
If Italy enters the war Russian
wheat will have anoutlet through
the Dardanelles and this would
affect American prices. The Secre-
THE STl tORNNESS
of the Mule is provcrhial. Though not proverbial
it is a well-known fact that millions of housewives
who have tried St/NUGm Soap stu refuse
to use anv other. These housewives with
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as their ally, can look forward
to wash-day without ({read,
for they are assured of a
quick despatch of all dirt.
TRY IT IN YOIR
NEXT WASH.
NOTICE
tary of Agiiculture has been asked
for facts and figures.
London:German civilians aie
leaving Ostend because the Allies
have advanced to within nine rni'.es
of that town, according to dse-
pntches from Amsterdam.
Washington:Fifty seven naval
vessels will compose the fleet that
will go through the Panama Canal
bound for San Francisco, in March.
The Oregon and Olvuipin, both
famous in th- Spanis' \merican
war will he in the fleet.
E 1 P iso, Texas: -Villa ivill have
Nayortana evacuate Neco and put
a slop to the fighting. He also
assures General Scott that Naco
will beneutial and will remain
Closed to commerce until Mexico
is lecognned by the United
States, Plans for pacification are
under <\'ay but not published.
Washington:The feel i ng is
with the United States on the
shipping question. Copies of
Greet Britains reply to the protest
have been furnished to the neu ral
nations. Administration officials
fail to comment on the reply which
will be published today. Another
note more vigorous than the fust
will be sent to England.
Washington.-*-National Em-
ployment Bureau's planned ser-
vice will reach all parts of the
United States in a systematic at-
tempt in helping the American
worKingman. The plan is fathered
by President Wilson.
New Orleans; -Canadians are
here to attend the celebration of
thecentem: iry ol peace between
England and the United States.
I lie Canadians added an unex
peeled feature to the programme
yesterday bv placing a wreath on
the statue of Andiew O'Brien,
WANTED.
A GOOD Female Cook who can
Rend, write and go errands. A
puddle age person of good charac-
ter preferred. For furthur infoi-
mation, apply to
SHADRACKT. WOOD
West St. South.
9th |any., i9'5--4 ins-
For Sale
A GOOD BICYCLE
-CHEAP
Apply
"Tribune" Office
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his friends
and the Public that fe has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities for the buisness of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entiusted to his care with
System and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their patronage Get
my Prices first and prove that these
are the very lowest for the first clas
work.
THE well known
Dairyman of the
East
w
THOMAS M. KNOWLES
Is now prepared to supply
and deliver the purest milk
to be obtained anywhere
from his Dairy Farm on East
Shirley Street, opposite Wil-
liams Street. Orders may be
delivered at his Store on East
Bay St. No. 538, 'Phone No.
116. Delivery at from 7 a.m.
to 10 a.m., and from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary
Bottles.
Many germs make milk im-
pure,
In Knowles' milk no germs
are found;
Look at tin' bottles in which
its sold, at
Knowles wh<> takes ihem all
around.
Milk like his needs no lactom
eter,
In verification of its strength,
Liquor pura nee impura
Knowles would never go
that length.
___ ji
GASOLINE
IN Drums and 10 Gallon
Cans. Price one shilling
pet Gallon. Ml previous
prices cancelled.
C. C. SAUNDERS
Easi Bay St.
Nassau N. P.
Jan. 5th 19,15.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wax-a com
pletc finish awl polish lor nil furniture
wc 11 id work and floors.
Johnsons Wood Dye -for the artistic
coloring of all wood, 10ft or hard
Johnaon's Vndar Laca spirit
finish, very much superior to shellac or
vainish
Johnaon's Fle.1 Wood Finish-fura
beautiful, artistic, hand-ruBbed clfetc
without tin- aspens* "I rubbUtf.
Johnaon's Pe.ste Wood Filler h 1
filling the grain and porat of wood,
prepariw,'-i< for the finish
Johnson's Powdered Waxfor bal
room flours.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury


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