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i' i Oil I'.I'.IM nilII MA P I'M' | LISHED y as ... m le copy % %  Iv : .. .,-. ... Is PAVABLB IN ADVANi I v Rate*:-.six | lertion; tin. ei line nny per juent in' %  p. Gbe ^Tribune THVK6I.AV. J A n „ An 14. 1915 HUBLISHCI) Al h P.M. ks we ii rts iil : ., •' bei : MI |i : rim %  e, iil Uei >uu and we would I e glad it u i uld wholly assun I ol uuth ..f tatei HI lasl but i ill ili.ii \\( l "' I amount iv more i| i :> : ol a i : I ) d • ISl llg in II. i I ii, an ; • ipecialh jvvil tosj I, ii per lo exe I I itlv a nit, it j.laci i, .in I i [urn I'd I•> lh -• -half ;i 1 I'II imvy. \N hope that lias sei II the last of I moval from Ihe sens ca t f,ii| to be i boon to the m marine, il n M linger i i whi -h out IH | U n j teers would bi> exp s uted allusion was in ide b\ the Ho;| 11 ucoui t M.i l N C. i .HI,! I lU I! Illl il I • I PHI Priz Vi to I Mo \\ It is H %  %  %  these pi i/i's -II .ii! i ie %  'i' into \ as s ion possible find there are hundreds of firms in England which would be glad to have them to "I reak up." It was said by one "who knew thai I e knew" thai the"Karlsh%  iin these waters, <>r Caril in Sea -but we that si Iready display • lusiveih.it she resembles more :lv thai epicurean dish. — R< tast I Ian — i li a n anything else which in order to a ok, must fi' ught, and which v. e can very w^ 11 do ithout. \\ hether thi I -till afloat we can ippy in tiic thought that each su live engagement weakens her staying powers, and ere long inj rate, she will be in the i" isition 'f the Lion in with the Woodman's daugli 4.30 p.m lie Radiigrams have b< en ivi d. bul too late for pub-' lieation m extenso, hut wi have strained Ft point to until e th it received from Home in consequent e 1 I the great .unity. GOVKRNMKNT PR US January 14, 1915. R I %  • 1 \e lie U ki I led a nd l w isand mjun 1 earthquake The shod 1 strongest evei felt m Rome and eral seconds. I • ;. nf Avezznno u .1virtu il < nt and manv tow ns in tlie heart of Italy w 1 • I Pop -. 1at tremors felt in %  11 i< .111. • S "Vigilai ia"sleamNew Y01 r Mi Robert J. Smitl Miss M I Rvan, Mi Bella Brown, i Mand Culmer, \li >s Gi H %  W'ii irton. ;o; ODDFELLOW'S JUBILEE CELEBRATION. ()n Mond iv the 11 th.. Aurora I n |ge mil O Id fellow Bhips conlinued their Jubilee Ci lebratinn b\ 111 fs -11 1 i 11 j ,111 \ .. f Li 1) altv '•! I lis I Aivlin ( I lie VI HI 1 %  %  1 'm lm K. C. Mis Malcolm and Miss Malcolm, lbs Lordship t h1 op, H Ii 1 v. as .n %  > '! 11 >.i bj Rev II W. \\ \J A., \. .1 I'M %  • \ n. and C VV. Smith, th R s 11 Wilshen an I m others prominent in the life 1 IUI i\. 1 e Revs. H \. Poil and (' \ I 1 mil, wet also mtin 1 %  1 se present. I %  l\ at 1 .' I'II His I \ elli Miss II 111 Bennett an ived, imp inicii bj IhRon the Chief J rl Mi Tudor. i : OI u I u 11. • lie ii • (rail Natio ial Vnlhem, .1 thrill of ectancy seemed to 1 un through the vast A 1 nhl> The Masti i ('• r 'monies fr m tie nnprov ised platfoi m intro In Mr. J 1 Jordon, 0 d bvei a vet lent addn sson O Idfellowship and the i\ 1,1 :, nl \urora Li >dge. Mi I Bo IV Id then read and presented \dd" s, |,| ||,, I > linn \ on behalf of \n !. May it please < I ellency. We esteem il .1 v< 1 v gre 1 1 1 ri \ ilege i" lie all >w -d to | i resenl to you, as the Representativ • %  of His Majesty the King, and of the Vnglo-S ixon Race in tins ("1 I • 11 \ an expression of theii Loyal i\. I levotion, and < Irati t i rle fi 11 1 he manv services 1 en dered us, by no means tin 1 am rig thi part of tin K'i flits and Privili < )ddfellow s iip to ne a .,| Oil 1 ill red I lue. It was not enough to spend their choii 1-1 s min the noble sustained effori to send the Gospel's light to Earth's da 1 places, to give of their best blood and tieasiiie to remove that curse of curses, sUvery, or to have those u ho had thus far benefited by their efforts to work Out the problems of the highei life opened to tliem along lines of their own chilosing. \m I my brother's keeper ? In replj 1 he hand of fellowships ia gi\ en and I 'e'ei < )gden, Negro, is initiated into the mysteries of ip Whal if nth >rs :• mil Hie I n mas of iii I'll) therhood of Man is ascffei live |y pri 1 l>\ the Commil ti e of Managen enl of the G U. O. of O. I at Leeds, I. as 1 ter Doctrine 1 Fatherhood ol (Jod, and the Broi hi 1 hood l man by Livi Stai Ii in Afri • : : To-daj. I men march unI he banner of 0 Idfello vship .11 this \\' -I, n i | mispheri %  d t %  the manly stand t en %  I \ll I lonoui to the Noble U 1 Y a !. cellencj: On Jan. ,ih i86> the Light of iu ship %  forth 11 I .. my, .nd An" H 1 Lo \ . %  • \ istence I fifty ye us continui u she • n to maintain the prin ij mmitted ti 1 her riie mildan truJ eut %  n hi H hi 1. is iiie mall 111 1 ure iled to rsm ess I \ Excel lent \ sui rounded by mcil, in the p ; niourable Spe ikei >nr \\ 11 k, is a son. i| jov to US. \ 11 k on (he past even fin ther, to and Ins initiation, and all ti.. 1' stand foi 10 ns to-day, and 1 en I ice pie-, nt condil mns Bel num. and al! this name mean to the Kngl % %  01 iil. .1 er di %  pei jov is "ins \ .', ,• ivhisp 1. "1 • < ii I leai l of Hi" English pie is y<*t in 1 ; ,t place \s lbI M II ucj rose, a uniqu in iis simp.li citv, H d 1 .on.: 1 1 its -1 nihe 1. vvas pei fi a ned foi the lust time in Public, bj ') Idfellows m thin Colony. 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I In lours of 0 Idfellow Miip to I hstiuguished Visitors was Riven Ihe rn at throng of Spei tators seemed to liave Caught the spirit ol theoccasi >n. W e M ere all doing I lomage to flu Ri prea ntative rf a King, I "i Kingly race. 11Ex ii replied .is f<>] lows I'h • Master ->f Ceremonies \l though ii would ii" d< iull ha ve ii '-II ni ire -1< i-f.i iiirv to t!> • %  '!:•'1 • %  ireiand members \ [.ii Ige of Gi Mi Inited < ) i <>f II Ftfllo VS tl) I |C tillI'l %  O.li : hold in j; 11 d • •-!,'i' i nmjssion II ii i >r i iiiColony, \ i-t i ovv that I a n |'l'' ised that it i ill -i t %  1 11 I it, i^ Vdminis youi loyal ami I i ni i I In i specially b i in j l upon the tenth my "in. i.i ti< a h '. i Ii I!I imas, I may, I trust, cl lim to lia • %  ne ;no vledg >l local % %  mdi :: -. and • rtainh. a sympa I I appre i ti f the valui of 'i ich ns yours I ni; da; s, when our 1 IIJ itrj. with ler Vllie*. MI a war ngainst I tyranny and op i .si-m, .111 is sheddin ;i best l>| i i I II il 'iic of the R • ii i.'i I In ; sn II irld, lin .1 up bv l II ns of n M I Fell -AS orginization, b th wil lun'ry rid our n utral i In \ inn' i, i I, in in HI in i i it i< i Fi ien l rl iers like it, a >-. I can a — i IM, of ni ttei ill assist MI %  t i Hi i i-ivern ii-n t nf this C< 'l Ii i> w a thy i >f even en MHI I .-I'll -_:l id "f i n~ ippoi (unity of publicly le*. ul'\ ing t > its usefuln I irdi illy recipn icate t'ie sen; its I'\|IM --• %  lin tinaddress you hive pres mted t" m i, and, m resp nse, t' in only say that, if • any action that may h IVI i Fngland has had thei ffect of enoutraging the principles up >n which \ ni rightly lay stress, such :i has iin i its ri ward by rendering possibl %  inch a representative gathering as is assembled here today t<> do honour to Latest War News Januarj i ith i I. mdun, [2th: Governor, Bahamas. ( .:i< i.al news January i 2th; the 50th anttiversary ol th< The French government reports Aurora Lodga [progress Northeast of Soissons I wish to '-\|in ss t" you my appreciation "I the excellent arrangements which you have organized, both at tins cer< mony, and at the Thanksgh ing at the Cathe Iral yesterdaj al which ili" .1 mbil ipusmusical part of the veil rendered by ami North of Perthes. Gains recently reported have been maintained. (Signed HARCOURT. London:The French attackks \ a tli "I Si issoi)-, near Perthe, theOrcLestra, O i %  develoj ing into a serious 1 the gains which the I 1 Di 11 hav< made, if followed up, have a two-fold importanci. and Femali VI ol the r. In the Lodge a pi |j -rous futuie in I in issuring all s\ threaten railways which those connected with it or the ti, e Germans are using to supply I % %  • '" lhe food to the troops in the fighting ireofth. let >. b eg* 0 zone and a re a serious menace to :lude my reply to your ad , r rrnans by saying that 1 shall ha much pleasure in forwarding a 1 togethei with an ai count of roceedin ijs to the lolding positions North of Rheims. The French have found it impossible t'> take, by frontal at iii 1' isit 1 ns from w hich R II"' 'urabl. ' %  > j ,,,. 1... h, ite I" 1 the Colonies Rheims, luii .u]\ .1 either The Hon. II G. Ualcolm, K side would envelop the Germans S| I ">• H" foi eir n tirement. "I Assembly d livered 1I1 I,, Argonne and the heights of ss. \\ iiigratut lat ; the Lodgi on its success mansclaim 'o have made further progn ss It is repoi led that l liave despatched heavy reinf 1 to this distt ict. 11 esh 1 ici ma 11 t ps sent t> • I'll -\ 01 ;, !r I 11 "il the ir."1 M! I a ra lei mi mbei -. men wit \>u 1. in in yel live" I I" was glad 1 ig their present memAlsace, combined with the winters w '.'thy sue essors to these try weather have si ippen Fri men I'he I Ion. Sp ikei. ho advanci s tl his s.-id >ai. if ever, been heard \ | f the front the tter.idvanl ludedjarti ry is doing most of the ins speech with words of • %  1 I'M I .veatherand mud tlioughtful encouragement, continue impossible the mo which may well I n as a ments of large bodies of troojis message I nil Fri idly, and Similar conditions prevail other Societies v < irk for along the Eastern front. While, the general goid. The singing they have not completely stopof th • Nan ai il Anthem, le I by ped tin* fighting, they have cal the Hand which had great!} led a halt over the greater part enlivened the'proceedings by its of the line, hi restricted areas delightful music rendered at alo.ig the River Rawka there iriteiv il-. brought this very in has rce fighting teresiing and successful celebra The Germans are keeping d HI to a clot I the Masurian Lakes open with I'he Commandant of Police icebreakers to prevent the admust be 'ona atulatcd f"r the vance of the Russians into Prus |\, -Ile •.: manner 111 which or det vv 1 • pri served mi hot h day s M| the c 'lebr ition The d n%  1 ,\y .1ih ii ga he I were li in.ii.I ea*i I3 and rourte >ush and without causing the sli :st inconvenience to any one. fhe energetic Chief was apparently everywhere and yet, SO effective were his ai rangements that las presence was almost unnoticed. sia. The Turks deny that thej have benri defeated in the Cau 1 ,isiI he Russians offset this denial by isserting the capture ol Noun Bey. H high Turkish officer sent to investigate the reported defe it. The Furiss have In en offering stubborn resistance to Russians at K. 11 Urgan where a battle hasbvui in progress for five ys. They are unable to reinl I on %  'iint of 1 OUte, and I %  "I lhe Black Sea I Ru isiau '. A win let desjMitch from 13erlin states that the military establishmentin and neat Dunkirk have l lel< ly des troveel b\ ierman air-ship flotilla wl a :ked thecity on Sunda; I he Dunkirk lighting plant il >ed. \\ %  hingt I lie Suffrage a [majority of: was verj spirited. Tlu s '.;li supp t dismayed the result of tin vote. Iqdianapoli 1 men pleao deral c< ged with lion frau it Ter Haute last N.'vem: r. It is charged %  ji men lid to travel 10 fei re Haute and vott the et and thence sported I ai i. to lllinoisfrom whenci they were brought, and voted the R 'man ticket. Atlanta, ieorgia: Attor G eral Gi and Si Dors.-v will "a tl; not tl • o f G e 1 ut -.h'-u thl 1'ianl. %  .. Wasliingl C been aw ardi submarine ti bu al Q lincy, Massachuset de;, %  sul m ni s at St attle, hington -"id four 1 defense sul)ii '" l ,r buill at Bridgeport, Conm ctii utl PICKI I) t'P Pn itish n that I 1 ,i : in. in sul,: ines wi re Ored upon and pi sunk by the land hat'en They wen regard) ,:| advance force for a 0 %  I sea and air raid on Engli I'h Russi 1 mnce large increases infighting forces along the whole front. The French admit some loss of ground near Snissous, but claim gains els u In re. The Germans say they took nearly two thousand prisoners near SiossonS and repulsed I ri 11 h Htta 1 ar St. Mill iel. 'I he Turks have CM cupied !'a hris, in I'eisi 1, and have renew. ed defensive operations against the Russians in the Can a ns. Vienna: Foreign Minister Von Berchtold r< signed today and it succeeded by Baron Von Rajecz, Royal Court Minister in the I lungarian Cabinet.



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I 0ILRKR1 in I' OFT] II M \ i /', 'FHONI i i.lSHfD liAILV %  1 i I %  i eily .. . i & I ... Is PA1 \i:u. i\ AD\ ANCI v | H i per line tion; 111 T t i %  • % %  „ f | M line : nt inserl v>v tribune THl'KiDAV. J^ru.Arv 14. I'll I'lBLISHCI) A I h p.M. Is we %  11 reports i( In 11 %  t I m , ,| | f ,.| Mill . %  ,,l we vvou I lad if w whi il lured ol liuth the stal Id we %  i'i to receive all tli.it w< %  'I nunl ly more til . p d of a I IT i i-i ill ng III na i, and i pei iallv wil to speed, il ll.i| lo v i itly a Imit, u '. and in luiii • 1 1 by tin" •• in p isses* half a HVII itiivj W only l\ ho|ie : at seen the List of I moval from ihesens | to be .i biton in Hie rn marine, it minimisi danger t i whi i oui u .inn I teers would be exp >s : tiicli nted nUusion was mnde l>\ I |o:i Mi. oui \l i. |< pet hap iiiuliilv mil them as i il -ii %  ii' I'M Vai l" the Mother C >unti fi >m the Wi i l h.-s It Iven tie •u % %  • • (hesi pri; ieconvei tiH into rea \\ m in j as •• ion as possible and there arc hundred of firms In England which would be pi ad to have them to "I reak up." Ii was said by one "who knew that he knew" that the"Karlshwas not in these waters, or Cari i Si but we that si ilready display u remarkable i lusive. ness that she resembles more 1 epii mi'. in dish.Roast I Ian 1 h a n anj thing which m order to cook, must fit ughi, ami which we can very w< 11 d w ithout. Whethi Karlshrui is -till afloat we ran feel happy iii the thought that each sue live engagement weakens her staying powers, and ere 1' >ng al any rate, she will be in the position '-f the Lion in \\ ith the Woodman's daugli 4.30 p.m I ile Radii have 1 1 1 ivi ii. but too late f< n publication in extenso, but wi have strained ;i point to ni %  ti< %  th t recebn! from Rome in 1 onsequem e < f the great unity. i.o\ i KNXIKNT PR MS January .' \, 1915, R I' w e I v e th persons w ere killed and iweiili sand injured by an eai thquake I'h-wa* 1 strongest ei ei lit HI \( >me and vet il sec mds. 'lie' town of Avezzanu 1 as vn tn ,:t and manv low ns in the heart of Italy v 1 %  • seriouslv dam iged, The Pop va< il e felt in llie v.iti< .HI. The S S "Vigilai ia" steamed for N v York, to la; lal ing I' Mr Robert I.S th, iliss \l I Ri in, Miss B. I In Brown, \l oui Culmer, Mi >s < ii n Wharton. ODDFELLOWS JUBILEE CELEBRATION. ()n M md i\' the 1 1 ill.. Aurora Lodge and O'ldfellowships continned l heii lubili P < *> lebral ntina an Address "f ilti • 1 Mis I \cellen v \d nnisl il n 'Ii %  Library 1 a I Ii o I'.ISIOII partook \\ of the 1I1 iracti r • %  a publii demonstralion ; public in the br wdest s*nce, all walks and conditions of life being re mted in the Urge Assembly, The entrant e to, and trees en closing the Grt n were tasteful• l\ draped with flags and bunt ing, while the band stand, con \ ei ted for the tune being into an Auditorium, displayed con spiciously tin I'"laj.'sof tlie Allies; I lat 'I Fi Russia, Belgium, Servia, Japan, I his structure winch Ii ut itself with ^\i\ vantage to the 00 asion, was ipied by I lis 1 xcellency the Administrator, and Vliss Harl Bennett, His I lonout tin 1' and Mrs Tudor, Hon th< \ctg, Colonial Si I Ii n. U G ral and I isurer, I Ion. Vll 1 eral, I Ion I >r. Mi Hattiej C. M 1) and Mrs. McHattie, Hon. .1. PS id Mrs Sands, I Ion Dr. G. II. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson, I Ion. H. (i Male ,1m K. C. Mi~. Malcolm and Miss Malcolm, His Lordship the U 11 \V. Weigill, \' A.,I V .1 Bi i.\ n. .md C W. Smith, I th Ri s I > Wil ,here. nnd m %  ilheis promi 11' n: i %  e life 1 IUI ly, 1 U • • II \ P and C \ I rrsenI. I' 'in Ills l.\ and Miss I butI'.IM)' I' .., i i I I II '.ill Ih" Chief J ; \1 Tudor. %  '' B I. ,, Ie -o \| ip I trail Mai ii al Milhem, a thrill i Inncy seemed to through the vasi \ssemhh Thi Master if Cr-remouji Fi I In impnn isi rl platfoi m intro In 1 Mr. J (' Jordon, i o delivei a \ 1 i-nt adi Iresson Oddlei lowslli p and t lie >\ 1 ,| U 1 'I \urora I ."due Mr. K 1' Iii Id then read and presented the I u \dih %  -lo His I'I lem ) on behalf "f Aurora i May it please vin Excellency. We estei m il a v< 1 gre il pri \ ilege i" be allowed lo presi nt i" v on, as the Re| 1 lativ e of I lis Majesty the King, and nf the Vnglo-Saxon Race in tins Ci l >n\ an expression of then Loyalty, Devotion, and ( iiati tnde fm the many servi 'es r*n dered ns, hi no means the 1 am 1 1 being the of tl Ri '-and Privili ( Mdfellow s dp tn rneu ><| Col1 mied I III'-. It w.ino| enougli to spend 1 hen t sons in the n and sustained effori to sen I the 1 Jospi I's light to Earth'sdai places, to giveol thenbest blood and treasure tn remove that curse of curses, slavery, or to leave those who had thus fat benefited by their efforts to w OUt the problem-of the higher life opened to them along lines of then own choosing. \m I my brother's keeper %  In reply, the hand of fellowships is gben and I '•• %  i )gden, Negro, is nut iated into the mj stet ies 1 '1 ip Wha'i if "Hi 'i' and J % %  [Tie Do Iliaof •ay ial and Economii Bro I of Ma; live ly proclaime I bj the Commil of M.n..1 ;enn nl of the G U. 0 of (). I at Leeds, England, was 1 G Doctrim I Katherliood "I God, and the .nan by Livi and Stanley, in Afri dens t forest I 1111the bam,Ifelln '.ship %  n this \\'. stem I lemisphi re H %  nit 0! the manly stand t! ..ken bj English (I Idfel \ll I lonour to the Noble U 1 '1 elh I 1 Jan. ilh i86 3 the Lighl "f 1 1 I If.-ll iwship slvme forth in 1 I All"e a I .' 1 \ , tence I fifty ye irsi 1 mtinunu ha en to an 11 1 la nil mtmitted to Ii 1 he mild and just rule lr i in no small ui< 1 1 I \ rounded by I, in 1 he 111 ese nf 1 'I moiirable Spe ikei if tin Ion. I lou \and the \i I 1 forces w 11 i ntal I"': I .a 'I'I md th al 1 ; of oui i" ins • 11 I! \ .1 to e 11c 111 1 our work, is a K 111 y to US. \ 11 I, on the pasl u fm iher, lo Igdl 11 and his 1 I, ail'l all u I for to iis to-day, ;uu\ 1 1 -, iii CMI), lit "MIS Bel :iu 1 all this na 11 n to th I tvnrld r deepei jov is %  n iVs we whis|>er, I 1 T ill leai 1 of tlie E 1 dish nn pie 1' in ii right plac' As 111|' v el|||Cj |, (SO, a mis -inn Ij citv, a d 'oti'liing in its gundui 1. ivas p rformed For the first tune in I 'M hi I,\ ( ) IdfellowS in this Colony. Amid an ominous hush, .1 silence that mighl li ivr be 1 1 it, tin Public Re



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u %  iptioi Honours of Od Ifellowlo Distinguished Visitors Rivi n The ;roa1 throng ol Spa tatorq seemi d to have %  i pirit of theoccasi in. I %  ". 11 •_ %  in I has had the< ffecl -f en. i iging the principles upon which you right!) lay stress, such a< i ion has mi I its ri ward by I inn,' possibl %  such a re| W wereall doing Homage to sentaiive gatheringas is assem bled here toda y to do honour lo i!i" 50th anniversary ol thi tin Representative of ,, King, and of -, Kingl) ra II I ellem j then replied HE folio I'M %  Master of Ceremonies Although it would nn doubl \ Lodget I i-li to eflcpn ss t< 1 you my appreci it ion oj the exi el lei it ari.in %  ments U hi< h you hai e organized, both al IIH1 en inony, b en nv> satisfactory to and at the Thanksgiving at the tli" ' irers and members <.i the \uror.i Lo Ige of 1 1 Uuil I 0 | o| 11 to have n Ie this Pre%  1 tin Mi Mi jest) ''" nnijssion 11 ol ill" Ci 'lorn \ "1 I o \ .1! I .11 j• i. ised tli" 1 it 1 .11 torn lot, as Adminis Cathe Iral yesterda) at which itinus musical pan service was d b) li listand Mail Latest W ur News .laiui. u\ 1 ,:ii 1 |l I. Hid. H I, 12th: Governor, Bahamas. (Ifficial news January nth; The French government reports progress Northeast ol Soissons and North of Perthes. Gains recently repi 1 ted have been maintained. Signed) HARCOURT. Lo id 1.The Fn ch attackks ol Si issons, neai Pi rthe, an di velopiug into a serious holding ,,,iil I einali Men bera 0 I f he Rains whicn Choir. In wishing the Lodge a prosms futuie HI i in assuring all I1 "iicli have made, if followed up, have .1 two-fold importance. I threaten railways which 1 f i,h j 1 "' t ,e tin i I upplv ".'' 1 ; si.nal interest I I elm the , „, ihe troops in the fighting Idn ss < -p" Kill. li 1 in j ant ere I up in the tenth 1 y official lion 1 lii'umas, I may, I •,, 1 I n:ii to ha s 1 ne .ii" vledge ol local :• nidi '1 ms, and :erta inly, a sympa M a| iprecia lion il the valu lies such as yours 1 these 'I irk da n our 1 I • 1. 1 mi >r A 1 1 ie, I MI ,1 war against tyr mny and oppre -ion, 1 I is shed 1 1 best M '• %  h c s Ietv < De S '" /one ;UK1 area '• include my reply to your ad , g [l( ) 1(llI) ,_, pos j t j ons dress by saying that I shall have N r!h ,,, %  Rheims. much pleasure in forwardii 1) ol it tn '"'li 1 with .in dings to the Right 11" 1 mra tary %  >! Si iii' i"i t'Coin lies I he H011 II <.. I il olm, K 5pe ikei of tin i Ion. 11 11 \ 11 11 11 i I jug id W hile cnngraluThe French have Found it inip ible to take, by frontal al the | iti from w hich 1 i %  mans are ding Rheims, but adi ihei si i" would envelop the < ii 1 mans md force theii 1 I %  nt. I" Vrgoni 1 : '' attacking ier lai 1 mansrlaim in have made further ' ,' ' .1 voi ,h laid (stress on the progress It is rep. d that l : ' 1 1 lives and lara 1. it cl av. I i ichedheax^ reinf. 1 if 11 1 11 and 1 i.itions.i ' M n to your patri I to 1 mgi tulale thi I 1 HI itsso p acelul yeai lei ii" 1 who neiits lo this district. ion yi live 1 He was losei among thetii pi seni in hers worthy su aors to tl men Ihe Hon. Sp aker, who h 1sHd 1 11, if e 1 11 lieai I I \ ir ra Lodge is, I u 1 ler. 1 icttei advanl 1 je, con lu led st i'i.| uum 1 Ins speech wit %  nds of '''" up th nugh tfu I encouragement, continue impossible the movi ns of the Odd l ; II.ws which may well be taken as a nents of large bodies of troops org mi/1 ion, l> • t't with |resh I li ; man troops sept t< > \l1 bined with the win try w eathei have si ppen French adx re. Al wg t e • the front the artill ) is doing most of the ; ithei and mud I. .th pun'ry a-irl u frien Is in \ in: i.and, inco n in a vith other Friendly Socieuf the National \nthem, led sage to .ill Fi ie idly, and other Societies vhicii wi irk h >r il," gem 'I %  1 'I The singing .. They are unable to reinforceme I on 0.1111 of I ovei route, ami I ie omman I ol the Black Sea 1 Russi in fleet. A wireles d patch from Berlin states that the military establishment in and : ai \^u"kirk have b leli I) troyed b; Get .^^ air-ship flotilla w'l ki d the city on Sun.': Dunkirk light • o) '-d. lington: I he Suffrage b) a 1 ii\ ol so vote*. I"' de at vi r) spii ited. The Suffi support! ra are not di the result ol te. li: men pim 1 1 ., federal c< 11 ged with election I 1 Haute last It is charged • >i men were paid to trs to Terie Hai • cket and th; ,. to Illinois from whence they were brought, and R ill ,11 ticket. Atlanta, ieorgi 1 Utorm I ral Gris nd Solii itoi DorA i 11 1111 State of Gei el preme nut 1'iani. %  up. \\ been submarine li be buili at Quincy, Massachusi Its; tl ree coast de %  ,. ... at Seattle, Washing!) 11 and four coast di :i 11-" subrt lo bi built at Bridgeport, Conm 1 ticutt PICKED IP British re that 1 German subn rines were fired 111.. 11 and pro sunk b) the Similar conditions prevail n long the Eastern front. While'land batieri il Dover, They have not completely step ped th" lighting, ihey have cal fr its main n 1 me \\, lin \ which had great 1) led a halt over the greater part val ur %  sin'.. in, itliers ld>" it. are, I can 1 %  i'j, f ial issistanc to th 1 i %  • \ •: 11 men t r>f this Co! It is w irthy 1 >l evi 11 en lent, md I n 11 -: I 1 I • >| •p|ioi t unity of publu Iv l ig t > its ii-"lulii !*s I >rdi,illy reciprocate the sen. lest incniiveiiienn i, any one. ti 11 ii-• id in the id In ss| ["he euergetic Chiel waa appar the Mazurian Lakes open with n ii-ni • 1 laid of Police icebreakers to prevent the adnil's' he mgrntulated for the vance of the Russians into Prus ; 1 • 1 1 winch or sia nVi was pre sei'vi I on hoih days The Turks deny that they ,iii em The dense I have been defeated in the Cnu ci "\,|ih ii :;,i lie I i> 1 casus Ihe Russians offset this handled easily and courteously I denial I [the capture and without causing the slight '"I Noun Bev. high Turkish y HI lia\ e pn 'uted to m and, in resp nisc, c in nnlysii\' that, if |ny action that may have been taken bv the Oil.I Fellows in'unnoticed, ently everywl and j e t, so effe live were his arrangements that Ins presence was almost ih ei sent to investigate the repoi ted defeat. The flirts have b< en offering stubborn resistance to Russians at K. %  %  Urgan where a battle has IK in in progress for five were regard in advance force I'M a c : i sea and air raid on England The Russian announce large ini n ises in fighting fon esalong tin whole front. The French admit some 1< of ground ei ai Soissons, but claim gains re. The < i'lin ms say they took 1 iv two thousand prisom ra near Si) ss n n I repulsed I ri ich attai i 11 ai St. Mibud I I 01 ks ipii d !',i In is, in Persi ', and have n newed di 1 1 rations aga inst the Russians in the Cau a ns. Vienna: F orei g n Minister Von Berchtold resigned today and issucceeded by Baron Von Rajecz, Royal Court Minister in the Hungarian Cabinet.



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THE ELEPHANT is th< • ibitanl of the ("rest in the world. Fact. SUNLIGHT SOAP has the largest sale of anj p in the world. This, also, is an undisputed fact. Th d value <>f tusks is well known, but fat better ewives is the great value of tmli£ht SoaD *\ FOR RENT A house in Dowdeswell St. (South Side) in two apart I merits, two buildings east of the Gospel Hall. Possession given immediately. Apply to KENNEIHSOLOMON or C T. FARUINGTi >N 30 Dae. 1914 njoys ,1 11| iii.tr." \ hs in sion is %  %  Hi is n I • 'Via* > ? / i n r. 1 BCSTRtTAILTRAOt *-H"NI 93E*7G3 1 %  A* Good Morning! We Are Introducing %  1 NOTICE NOTICE XI IE Business In retofore carried on by ihe late John Alfred will be continued uudei the same name by the under signed Trutees and Executors to Ins Estate. Mr C la retire Thorpe Fairing-! ton, who has an illti rest in the business, will be Managi r thereof. KENNE1 H SOU IMON C r. I AU'lvlV.h IN I'm-! 1 and 1 v unus Nassau, 1-1 11 c \ 1 1 1 Sanitary i| Sold by Wm. Cool Hilton, 260 Hiiikbij Bo.v St. Fruit 0 f tl e 1. 10m [( in. .11 7i per van 1. THE well known 1 1 1 •liryinrin of the East 1 O S I E TA Y THOMAS M. KNOWLES Is now prepared to apply am! th livei the purest milk to be obi lined anywhere from his Daii v Farm on l ; asl Shii l ey Street, opp<>sile Williams Street. Orders may be di In (rod at his Ston 1 m Fast Hay St. No. 528, 'Plume \o. 1 ib. Delivery nt from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., and fr< >m ; p.m. to 5 p.m. dailv in Sauitan les. Cosmopolitan HIGH SCHOOL ( )pt'I|s Ml Monday. Oct. 5th in A ui ora Ho 11 on Cl.arhite Stieet. %  illlfoll i tO I l, \ loose .1 t in not | i He I in AR.ANTEED itvle, ova SPECIAL orrcn i i u in v •t.il note I living n, wc I -i w iIn win' He, hack) inilli' n %  illin 5 Pttlrs of our 73c. v*lue r Silk II or 4 Pivlra o( o\i' SOc. vttlvia or 4 :'\u .( ,nu 5llc Vadll', or 6 P*.ir->o Children's MMICTV. I Kiuiwhs' %  NTI l..\\ pir<- NOTICE persons having Maims •'"' pnrtnulars apply to aiuM iiuEstate %  i 11 Kl.i • %  Prof Cl G Coffin, head mnv Jolui Alfred Hie requested i" ter, oi Mr. J. I' Simnu f\ the same dulv Hiteled, _______________^____ aid I ose idfbted 'he nn in ; %  i l.e 11 i\ iten I I" Kennei h *i i|( • iiie ''I ilw \L\< I n'"inl i!l KI'.W'I I II SOLOMON C. T. r Mclv'IV'liix I\.i iitnrs *• assail, I'ah l)'C i ,1.). GASOLINE I !VI uiv germs make milk imNOTICE 11 IS is to infoi m the pubpure, no A lie that if an\ person or |n rsons are fimud trespassing on m\ lot of land situate on '•'HI bes Hill HI tinIslam* \ Drums and IO Gallon Can-. Pi II e one shilling %  p i r Gall n. Ml pre> ious I n ii es can lied. C. C. tVUNDKRS l'.a-t Bfl\ St. Nassau N 1'. Jan 5th In THE INTERNATIONAL HOISERY CO. P. O. Box 224 DAYTON. OHIO. U.S. A Kerosene 15GI N Nl %  in < iaivai ed Iron I 'rums at ih pei < i illon. In m gallon Cans at i per, Gallon. I h urns and Cans returnal Full particulars at ( Ml "Franci K.," Nassau \. P. C. C. SATJNDERS WANTED. i i i\ IM..< i iii IM i;i m I.IIIVI -lui'iu ..ii are found ; Foibes Hill in the Islaud i>l Look at the bottles in wbtili| fditle exuma, thev will IK A r,nni> I •..'. i >,u n %  • .--.n Its sold, at dealt with according to tin "Rend, M'e Kimwles v. bo lakes tin-in all I.aw. around. M ilk like his nerds no Inrtotn eti-r, In verification of its strength, Liquor | ma nee iuipura Kii' >w les would :n" ei gi i that length MISS LOUISE CADOGAN C |£H i ll'TCA III > M h'SK ft• -ui Bahamas General Hospital. Can fuinish testimonials. IOI Shirley Stn _-|| 1 >• I i."""l ell n lie. I. 1 |nefei 11 "I Fill I1.11 11. 1 infill. 11 .-in 11, n|H>') '" Sll VPR \' K I. WOi >D VV< >l 'I si.nlll. •tiv i n| 1 Ml 'l %  I'll Ill 1 Vi* Ml 11 n i.et (• • us : li.i it e 1111 'i !• HI j 1 1 ; lif I %  •* SMI I'llilV'l '* I lI'IIIH' I .|.|. 1 \ ,%  III II III ill*" li'lM-HI • 1.1 ,. -i.ii'ii|i, In*. ..II-I borrvuvd ple>iMlii"> "'• n-'i 111 ilicir 1 i-.ie, AND NATIVE Si-d-d) C0ttNi w * l,! ,! n '" '"•;•;•"••"_"• P.%  •-.• 1 Toote's, 4')9 Bay Street .-n 1J.1. I we hid mt'ndrd, Inn cuuiinui 11



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JJ Wear Armbrister's Shoes NVJIIIVJ* sddu tu |urare In verbs msgletri. Heii\K bound to nwesr to the Dogmse of no Msater. % OL. XII. NsRHu, N. I*.. Bs.ho.msa. Thursday. Jsnosry 14, 1915 NO. 44 Mow a Virginian Saved Her Home From Russians fera. Sally Bsrtela Siegfried. Decendant of the Washington*. lella What Happened on Her Huabsnd'a Eaal Prussian Catste When He Wse Awsy Fighting For Germany And Ctar'i Soldiera Came. By Sslly Bartala Siegfried. (jaeglack, East Prussia J What asiKlit,tli".se caravans of fugitives from the district* of East lOM tO Itie Russian frooi IT just before the Russian inva! Wagons piled high with household goods, with twenty oi ,..;w. ml .(.Us tied to tin wagons or beno, driven alongside. Pay alter 'ay they paved our pit!re ; twenty%  •iie wagons stoodin our courtyard lime whole da\s, and rattle often In llie number of hundreds halted nn ,iur meadows. VV> user, to riaih food in huge |>"ts fo> those w ho had brought none ; many w ho id provisions rooked ihem OP our itnvet. Foresters' families from the Rominten heaths were lodged in out house, and all the workmen's rooms, all the barn lofts, were packed with people. Every one told terrible tales about those plundering robber bands Calling ihemselves Russian soldiers. [bd decided to stick it out on the J.glaclt estate with my four daughters, ranging in age (101117 to 16, my eighty-year-old hall crippled father-in-law, and his trained nurse. At fiist I wished to send my daughters away—in fact, they "parked up their belong* ingstwice—but soon there weieno more trains running, and anyhow I did not want them to be ivander iiig aimlessly about in the world. i told the employes of the place that they could go or stay, as they pipferreri, but only two, the head prjrtcr and the garJenei, with their part. families, elected to leave us. On Sunday morning, when I saw that all the villagers of Diengfurt were fleeing, I went there and fetched away old Frail Simon, the pa Mot's mother, who will be IO0 years old on the 19th of December. Since there weie no bakers or but.'hers 1 left in the tOWIl and in .11 I) all nhnpa were closed, how was the old woman to keep alive? My husband and Hie head InSpecti r hail gone away on the and, of August to report for anny servile, logatlier with the bead workmen, the blacksmith, and many 1 tiers, We psdrMl up our silver and my daughters knelt down and buried it under our balcony, plastering up the hole afterward so th.it it was quite hidden. A short lime before I had collected about 1,000 marks foi the \ir<\ doss from our Woman's Club; this, together with some savings bank books and the like, I put in a tightly closed pieserve jar, had a square hole dug in the middle of the lawn, and buried the jar there, aftr which i the earth and tuif was put back over it so naturally that had it not been that I bad veiy carefully counted the number of paces from the house I could never have found the pl.ice again. Out cellars' ftIIalso came in very handily furl hilling thing-. They are so old' that nobody really knows when they were made; when the estate 11 into our family in 1838 the cellars were there with no binld> ings over them. Evcytl.ing that I wanted especially to save — portraits of ancestors, baskets with house linen and clothes, furs, a supply of provisions, the best coach harnesses, valuable docu.nents, %  mapt, etc.,— I had placed together in the rear of the cellars, and then I had an old man wall up the door to it, after which I filled the whole space before the wall-in portion with tinf. Then, after burying F. II the guns on the phce in one of the outhouses, we were ready foi the Russians. ENTER THE INVADERS. We had not long to wait. On Tuesday, Aug. 25th, two horsemen arrived in our courtyard. I went out to talk with them, and saw at once that they weie Russians, mounted infantrymen, who could not speak a woid "f < ieiman. I bey %  -nun iode away. A few minutes later we heard shots close to the garden, which fronts on the highway, and,as weafterswwd learned, four young men were shot there. They were fugitives, who for some days had been pasturing cattle and horses on our meadow. The Cos sacks first tied them to their Dorset, in spite of the entreaites and teats of the mother of oneof the youths, dragged them afew hundred yards, and, when they could move no further, shot them down on our clove, field. One lingered for several hours in terrible agony, until another Cossack dispatched him in the afternoon. Thai same afternoon our courtyard was suddenly alive with Cossacks ; a couple of squadrons of them alighted from their hoises. What is going to happen ? Our hearts stood still with terror. None of the workmen and older people was to be seen ; they always vanished ulteily when Russians appeared. So I went out and asked : "Hae you an officer with you ?" Two officers came forward, one a Captain, the other a Colonel. "What do you wish ?" I asked. I |e demanded oats for the horses, boiled ages for himself, and made motions as if he were washing his hands. lie then told me that eight more officers were coming. "Will von have C>hVeserved for you on the veranda. ?'" I inquired. He accepted, and I had him >hnvn to the guests' rooms, all of which I had prepared so lovingly for our troops. "I whom we were to see none foi M> many, many days The Colonel looked into every corner, expecting to find Prussians concealed there. When he found eveiything all right he sent for the rest of the officers, who included a General of division. They all washed upstairs, and then can.e out on the veranda to drink coffee. Our young workmen, about thirteen in nM, had hidden them, selves in some lushes in our park, and whileI was sitting there filling the coffee cups 1 could see dozens of Russian infantrymen, some of them with bloodhounds, searching eveiy nook. In the barns they stuck their lances into every partition, in iase some one might he hidden in the straw or hay. How I trembled fii In %  • %  • win kmen of mine ; after what li nl occurred in the morning I i.n-w the fate in store forth if found! The officers departed in about an hour. I he General and others spoke very guod German, and kept saying: "It ir a mighty good thing that you stayed line, otherwise we could not have restrained the soldiers from pun 1 rig.' II1 • %  y said that ours w,is the first inliabi led estate they had encountered, (To ho Continued) jfinnce There's a lot of pood advice That's disproven in a trice, And \vc fain would put on ice, "Grin and bear it" If a trouble comes youi waj Do not hug it, lest it stn\; It is well to g;rim, but say, Do not bear it. If your heart for any cause Hides a secret grim that gnaws, Go ahead ami grin, but pause— Do not bear it. li the stocks are on the use. And the market seeks the skies Grin, but if you would be wise Do not bear it 1


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JJ
Wear Armbrister's Shoes
NvjIIIvj* sddu tu |urare In verbs msgletri.
Heii\K bound to nwesr to the Dogmse of no Msater.
?OL. XII.
NsRHu, N. I*.. Bs.ho.msa. Thursday. Jsnosry 14, 1915
NO. 44
Mow a Virginian Saved Her Home
From Russians
fera. Sally Bsrtela Siegfried. Decendant of the Washington*.
lella What Happened on Her Huabsnd'a Eaal Prussian
Catste When He Wse Awsy Fighting For Germany
And Ctar'i Soldiera Came.
By Sslly Bartala Siegfried.
(jaeglack, East Prussia J
What asiKlit,tli".se caravans of
fugitives from the district* of East
lOM tO Itie Russian froo-
i it just before the Russian inva-
! Wagons piled high with
household goods, with twenty oi
,..;<- persons sealer] on top, "Id
vomen, half-froien children, grief-
ri' en mother* "'ten rtliving Ihe
his themselves Incausa iheir
hue bands were in t lie anny, o>w-
. ml .(.Us tied to tin wagons or be-
no, driven alongside. Pay alter
'ay they paved our pit!re ; twenty-
iie wagons stoodin our courtyard
lime whole da\s, and rattle often
In llie number of hundreds halted
nn ,iur meadows. VV> user, to
riaih food in huge |>"ts fo> those
w ho had brought none ; many w ho
, id provisions rooked ihem op our
itnvet. Foresters' families from
the Rominten heaths were lodged
in out house, and all the work-
men's rooms, all the barn lofts,
were packed with people. Every
one told terrible tales about those
plundering robber bands Calling
ihemselves Russian soldiers.
[bd decided to stick it out on
the J.glaclt estate with my four
daughters, ranging in age (101117
to 16, my eighty-year-old hall
crippled father-in-law, and his
trained nurse. At fiist I wished
to send my daughters awayin
fact, they "parked up their belong*
ingstwicebut soon there weieno
more trains running, and anyhow
I did not want them to be ivander
iiig aimlessly about in the world.
i told the employes of the place
that they could go or stay, as they
pipferreri, but only two, the head
prjrtcr and the garJenei, with their
part.
families, elected to leave us. On
Sunday morning, when I saw that
all the villagers of Diengfurt were
fleeing, I went there and fetched
away old Frail Simon, the pa Mot's
mother, who will be IO0 years old
on the 19th of December. Since
there weie no bakers or but.'hers
1 left in the tOWIl and in .11 I) all
nhnpa were closed, how was the
old woman to keep alive?
My husband and Hie head In-
Specti r hail gone away on the and,
of August to report for anny ser-
vile, logatlier with the bead work-
men, the blacksmith, and many
1 tiers,
We psdrMl up our silver and my
daughters knelt down and buried
it under our balcony, plastering
up the hole afterward so th.it it
was quite hidden. A short lime
before I had collected about 1,000
marks foi the \ir<\ doss from our
Woman's Club; this, together with
some savings bank books and the
like, I put in a tightly closed pie-
serve jar, had a square hole dug
in the middle of the lawn, and
buried the jar there, aftr which
i the earth and tuif was put back
over it so naturally that had it
not been that I bad veiy carefully
counted the number of paces from
the house I could never have
found the pl.ice again. Out cellars'
ftIIalso came in very handily furl
hilling thing-. They are so old'
that nobody really knows when
they were made; when the estate
11..... into our family in 1838 the
cellars were there with no binld>
ings over them. Evcytl.ing that
I wanted especially to save por-
traits of ancestors, baskets with
house linen and clothes, furs, a
supply of provisions, the best coach
harnesses, valuable docu.nents,
mapt, etc., I had placed together
in the rear of the cellars, and then
I had an old man wall up the door
to it, after which I filled the whole
space before the wall-in portion
with tinf.
Then, after burying f.II the guns
on the phce in one of the out-
houses, we were ready foi the Rus-
sians.
ENTER THE INVADERS.
We had not long to wait. On
Tuesday, Aug. 25th, two horsemen
arrived in our courtyard. I went
out to talk with them, and saw at
once that they weie Russians,
mounted infantrymen, who could
not speak a woid "f < ieiman. I bey
-nun iode away. A few minutes
later we heard shots close to the
garden, which fronts on the high-
way, and,as weafterswwd learned,
four young men were shot there.
They were fugitives, who for some
days had been pasturing cattle and
horses on our meadow. The Cos
sacks first tied them to their Dorset,
in spite of the entreaites and teats
of the mother of oneof the youths,
dragged them afew hundred yards,
and, when they could move no
further, shot them down on our
clove, field. One lingered for
several hours in terrible agony,
until another Cossack dispatched
him in the afternoon.
Thai same afternoon our court-
yard was suddenly alive with Cos-
sacks ; a couple of squadrons of
them alighted from their hoises.
What is going to happen ? Our
hearts stood still with terror. None
of the workmen and older people
was to be seen ; they always van-
ished ulteily when Russians ap-
peared.
So I went out and asked : "Ha- e
you an officer with you ?" Two
officers came forward, one a Cap-
tain, the other a Colonel.
"What do you wish ?" I asked.
I |e demanded oats for the horses,
boiled ages for himself, and made
motions as if he were washing his
hands. lie then told me that
eight more officers were coming.
"Will von have C>hVeserved for
you on the veranda. ?'" I inquired.
He accepted, and I had him >hnvn
to the guests' rooms, all of which
I had prepared so lovingly for our
troops. "I whom we were to see
none foi m> many, many days !
The Colonel looked into every
corner, expecting to find Prussians
concealed there. When he found
eveiything all right he sent for the
rest of the officers, who included a
General of division. They all
washed upstairs, and then can.e
out on the veranda to drink coffee.
Our young workmen, about
thirteen in nM, had hidden them,
selves in some lushes in our park,
and while- I was sitting there fill-
ing the coffee cups 1 could see
dozens of Russian infantrymen,
some of them with bloodhounds,
searching eveiy nook. In the
barns they stuck their lances into
every partition, in iase some one
might he hidden in the straw or
hay. How I trembled fii In
win kmen of mine ; after what li nl
occurred in the morning I i.n-w
the fate in store forth..... if found!
The officers departed in about
an hour. I he General and others
spoke very guod German, and
kept saying:
"It ir a mighty good thing that
you stayed line, otherwise we
could not have restrained the
soldiers from pun 1 rig.' II1 y
said that ours w,is the first inliabi
led estate they had encountered,
(To ho Continued)
jfinnce
There's a lot of pood advice
That's disproven in a trice,
And \vc fain would put on ice,
"Grin and bear it"
If a trouble comes youi waj
Do not hug it, lest it stn\;
It is well to g;rim, but say,
Do not bear it.
If your heart for any cause
Hides a secret grim that gnaws,
Go ahead ami grin, but pause
Do not bear it.
li the stocks are on the use.
And the market seeks the skies
Grin, but if you would be wise
Do not bear it


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:lv thai epicurean dish.
R< tast I Ian i li a n anything
else which in order to a ok,
must fi' ught, and which
v. e can very w^ 11 do ithout.
\\ hether thi I
-till afloat we can ippy
in tiic thought that each su
live engagement weakens
her staying powers, and ere long
inj rate, she will be in the
i" isition 'f the Lion in
with the Woodman's daugli
4.30 p.m
! lie Radiigrams have b< en
ivi d. bul too late for pub-'
lieation m extenso, hut wi
have strained Ft point to un-
til e th it received from Home
in consequent e 1 I the great
.unity.
GOVKRNMKNT PR US
January 14, 1915.
R I 1 \e lie U
' ki I led a nd l w
isand mjun 1 earth-
quake The shod 1
strongest evei felt m Rome and
eral seconds. I
;. nf Avezznno u .1- virtu
il < nt and manv tow ns in
tlie heart of Italy w 1 -
I Pop -. 1- at
tremors felt in
11 i< .111.
S "Vigilai ia"sleam-
New Y01
r
Mi Robert J. Smitl Miss M
I Rvan, Mi Bella Brown,
i Mand Culmer, \li >s Gi h
W'ii irton.
;o;
ODDFELLOW'S JUBILEE CELE-
BRATION.
()n Mond iv the 11 th.. Aurora
I n |ge mil O Id fellow Bhips con-
linued their Jubilee Ci lebratinn
b\ 111 fs -111 i 11 j ,111 \ .. f
Li 1) altv '! I lis I Aivlin ( I lie
VI hi 1 - 1 'm 1 1 II III 11 c. 1 s| 1 in 1 1 1 1 ,1(|;
1 \ of the < h n el' 1 I a
public demonstration ; public
in the hi ','ide-l s-'-ln <-, all walks
and conditions of life being re
presented in the 1 irge Assembly.
The entrance to, and trees en
closing the Gr< n were tasteful-
K draped with flags and bunt-
ing, while the band stand, con-
verted for the time being into
an Auditorium, display ed con-
spiciously the Flagsofthe Allies;
England Fi '"1 e. Russia, Bel-
1., Sen ia, Japan. Tins struc-
ture which l< nt itself with ad
vantage to the occasion, was
1 by I lis xcellenc) the
\dministrator, and Miss I larl
Bennett, His I lonoui the Chief
. and Mis. Tudor. Hon
the Vctg. Colonial Secrel
I Ion. R ral and
I reasurer, I Ion. All 1 en
ral, Hon. Dr. McHattie, C. M
' I and Mrs. McHattie, Hon. J
P Sands, and Mis Sands, I Inn
I h. (i. II. Johnson and Mrs.
Johnson, I Ion. II. < i Male >lm
K. C. Mis Malcolm and Miss
Malcolm, lbs Lordship t h-
1 op, h Ii 1 v. as .n '>'! 11 >.i
bj Rev II W. \\ \J A.,
\. .1 I'm \ n. and C VV. Smith,
th R s 11 Wilshen an I m
others prominent in the life 1 iui
i\. 1 e Revs. H \. Poil
and (' \ I 1 mil, wet also
mtin 1 1 se present. I
l\ at 1 .' i'ii His I \ elli
Miss II 111 Bennett an ived,
imp inicii bj Ih- Ron the
Chief J rl Mi Tudor.
i :
OI u I u
11. lie ii (rail
Natio ial Vnlhem, .1 thrill of
ectancy seemed to 1 un
through the vast A 1 nhl> The
Masti i (' r 'monies fr m tie
nnprov ised platfoi m intro In
Mr. J 1 Jordon, 0 d bvei
a vet lent addn sson O Id-
fellowship and the i\ 1,1 :, nl
\urora Li >dge. Mi I Bo
IV Id then read and presented
\dd" s, |,| ||,,
I > linn \ on behalf of \n
!.
May it please < I ellency.
We esteem il .1 v< 1 v gre 11 1 ri
\ ilege i" lie all >w -d to |iresenl
to you, as the Representativ of
His Majesty the King, and of
the Vnglo-S ixon Race in tins
("1 I 11 \ an expression of theii
Loyal i\. I levotion, and < Irati
tirle fi 11 1 he manv services 1 en
dered us, by no means tin 1
am rig thi part
of tin K'i flits and Privili
< )ddfellow s iip to ne a .,| Oil
1 ill red I lue.
It was not enough to spend
their choii 1-1 s m- in the noble
sustained effori to send the
Gospel's light to Earth's da 1
places, to give of their best blood
and tieasiiie to remove that
curse of curses, sUvery, or to
have those u ho had thus far
benefited by their efforts to work
Out the problems of the highei
life opened to tliem along lines
of their own chilosing.
\m I my brother's keeper ? In
replj 1 he hand of fellowships ia
gi\ en and I 'e'ei < )gden, Negro,
is initiated into the mysteries of
ip Whal if nth >rs
: mil Hie I n mas of
iii I'll)
therhood of Man is ascffei live
|y pri 1 l>\ the Commil ti e
of Managen enl of the G U. O.
of O. I at Leeds, I. as
1 ter Doctrine 1
Fatherhood ol (Jod, and the
Broi hi 1 hood l man by Livi
! Stai Ii in Afri
: : To-daj.
I men march un-
I he banner of 0 Idfello vship
.11 this \\' -I, ,ni| mispheri
dt the manly stand t en
! I
\ll I lonoui to the Noble U 1
Y a !. cellencj:
On Jan. ,ih i86> the Light of
iu ship forth 11
I .. my, .nd An" H 1 Lo
\ \ istence I
fifty ye us continui u she
n to maintain
the prin ij mmitted ti 1 her
riie mildan truJ
eut n hi h hi
1.is iiie mall 111 1 ure
iled to rsm ess I
\ Excel lent \ sui rounded by
mcil, in the p
; niourable Spe ikei, > ll r Ion. I louse
As Iv, and the \i
I th 1, in i's w la
presentation ol
I ..1 md < hder, aad the : ier-
i| 1 .:n pei iple, lias
\l\ concerned li en-
c......is 111 1 >nr \\ 11 k, is a
son. i| jov to US.
\ 11 k on (he past
. even fin ther, to
and Ins initiation, and
all ti..1' stand foi 10 ns to-day,
and 1 en I ice pie-, nt condil mns
Bel num. and al! this name
mean to the Kngl
01 iil. .1 er di pei jov is
"ins \ .', , ivhisp 1. "1
< ii I leai l of Hi" English
pie is y<*t in 1 ; ,t place
\s lb- I m II ucj rose, a
uniqu in iis simp.li
citv, H d 1 .on.: 1 1 its -1 ni-
he 1. vvas pei fi a ned foi the lust
time in Public, bj ') Idfellows
m thin Colony. Amid an omin*
mis hush, .1 silence that might
h ive le- n felt, the Public P.c


I In lours of 0 Idfellow
Miip to I hstiuguished Visitors
was Riven Ihe rn at throng
of Spei tators seemed to liave
Caught the spirit ol theoccasi >n.
W e m ere all doing I lomage to
flu Ri prea ntative rf a King,
I "i Kingly race.
11- Ex ii replied .is
f<>] lows
I'h Master ->f Ceremonies
\l though ii would ii" d< iull
ha ve ii '-ii ni ire -1< i-f.i iiirv to
t!> ' '!:'-1 irei- and members
\ [.ii Ige of
Gi Mi Inited < ) i <>f ii
Ftfllo VS tl) I |C till- I'l
O.li : hold in j;
11 d -!,'- i' i nmjssion
ii ii i >r i iii- Colony, \ i-t i
ovv that I a n |'l'' ised that it
i ill -i t 111 I it, i^ Vdminis
youi loyal ami
I i ni i I In - i specially
b i in j l upon the tenth
! my "in. i.i ti<-a
h '. i Ii i!i imas, I may, I
trust, cl lim to lia
ne ;no vledg >l local mdi
:: -. and rtainh. a sympa
II appre i ti......f the valui
of 'i ich ns yours
I ni; da; s, when our
1 iij itrj. with ler Vllie*.
mi a war ngainst I
tyranny and op i .si-m,
.111 is sheddin ;i best l>| i i I
ii il 'iic of the R ii i.'i I !
In ;',
sn II i ' turn to j "in pati
1 i ill ' u I i ic t! i
I. ; e 111 11 so 11 i
I \ ir ira I.-.-1 iff I-. I u i ler-
St i if a : r it number in
t< of 1 lie v >rld, lin .1 up
bv l ii ns of n M I Fell -as
orginization, b th wil
lun'ry rid our n utral
i I- n \ inn' i, i I, in in
hi in i i it i< i Fi ien l'
r ln'-t i \ il -I Funeral benefit!
aid -I dfstresse I and uiie nplov !
e I nembers and ttie pe tonal
i ire of i le 5ii k, to the last n
1. iMi! icul ii imp -I' mcc '
mil-' be lit i- ;l Yn ir S i iel y,
and >l iers like it, a >-. I can a
i im, of ni ttei ill assist mi
t i Hi i i-ivern ii-nt nf this C< 'l
Ii i> w a thy i >f even en
mhI I .-I'll -_:l id "f
i n~ ippoi (unity of publicly le*.
ul'\ ing t > its usefuln
I irdi illy recipn icate t'ie sen;
its i'\|im -- lin tin- address
you hive pres mted t" m i, and,
m resp nse, t' in only say that, if
any action that may h ivi
i..........."
Fngland has had thei ffect of en-
outraging the principles up >n
which \ ni rightly lay stress, such
:i has iin i its ri ward by
rendering possibl inch a repre-
sentative gathering as is assem-
bled here today t<> do honour to
Latest War News
Januarj i ith i -
I. mdun, [2th:
Governor, Bahamas.
( .:i< i.al news January i 2th; -
the 50th anttiversary ol th< The French government reports
Aurora Lodga [progress Northeast of Soissons
I wish to '-\|in ss t" you my
appreciation "I the excellent ar-
rangements which you have or-
ganized, both at tins cer< mony,
and at the Thanksgh ing at the
Cathe Iral yesterdaj al which
ili" .1 mbil ipusmusical part of the
veil rendered by
ami North of Perthes. Gains re-
cently reported have been main-
tained.
(Signed
HARCOURT.
London:- The French attackks
\ a tli "I Si issoi)-, near Perthe,
theOrcLestra,Oi develoj ing into a serious
1 the gains which the
I 1 Di 11 hav< made, if followed
up, have a two-fold importanci.
and Femali VI ol the
r.
In the Lodge a pi
|j -rous futuie in I in issuring all
s\ threaten railways which
those connected with it or the ti,e Germans are using to supply
' I ' '" lhe food to the troops in the fighting
ireofth. let>. beg*0 zone and a re a serious menace to
:lude my reply to your ad , r rrnans
by saying that 1 shall ha
much pleasure in forwarding a
1 togethei with an ai
count of roceedin ijs to the
lolding positions
North of Rheims.
The French have found it im-
possible t'> take, by frontal at
iii 1' isit 1 ns from w hich
R II"' 'urabl. > j ,,,. 1... h,
ite I"1 the Colonies
Rheims, luii .u]\ .1 either
The Hon. II G. Ualcolm, K side would envelop the Germans
, S| I "> H" foi eir n tirement.
"I Assembly d livered 1I1 I,, Argonne and the heights of
ss. \\ iiigratu- t
lat ; the Lodgi on its success mansclaim 'o have made further
progn ss It is repoi led that l
liave despatched heavy reinf 1
to this distt ict.
11 esh 1 icima 11 t.....ps sent t>
I'll -\ 01 ;, !rI 11 "il the
ir."- 1 m! i a ra
lei mi mbei -. men wit \>u
1.in in yel live" I I" was glad
1 ig their present mem- Alsace, combined with the win-
ters w '.'thy sue essors to these try weather have si ippen Fri
men I'he I Ion. Sp ikei. ho advanci s tl
his s.-id >ai. if ever, been heard \ | f the front the
tter.idvanl ludedjarti ry is doing most of the
ins speech with words of . 1 I'm I .veatherand mud
tlioughtful encouragement, continue impossible the mo
which may well I n as a ments of large bodies of troojis
message I nil Fri idly, and Similar conditions prevail
other Societies v < irk for along the Eastern front. While,
the general goid. The singing they have not completely stop-
of th Nan ai il Anthem, le I by ped tin* fighting, they have cal
the Hand which had great!} led a halt over the greater part
enlivened the'proceedings by its of the line, hi restricted areas
delightful music rendered at alo.ig the River Rawka there
iriteiv il-. brought this very in has rce fighting
teresiing and successful celebra The Germans are keeping
d hi to a clot I the Masurian Lakes open with
I'he Commandant of Police icebreakers to prevent the ad-
must be 'ona atulatcd f"r the vance of the Russians into Prus
|- \, -Ile .: manner 111 which or
det vv 1 pri served mi hot h day s
m| the c 'lebr ition The d n-
1 ,\y .1- ih ii ga he I were
li in.ii.- I ea*i I3 and rourte >ush
and without causing the sli
:st inconvenience to any one.
fhe energetic Chief was appar-
ently everywhere and yet, SO
effective were his ai rangements
that las presence was almost
unnoticed.
sia.
The Turks deny that thej
have benri defeated in the Cau
1 ,isi- I he Russians offset this
denial by isserting the capture
ol Noun Bey. h high Turkish
officer sent to investigate the
reported defe it.
The Furiss have In en offering
stubborn resistance to Russians
at K. 11 Urgan where a battle
hasbvui in progress for five
ys. They are unable to
reinl I on
'iint of
1 OUte, and I "I lhe
Black Sea I Ru isiau '.
A win let desjMitch from 13er-
lin states that the military es-
tablishment- in and neat Dun-
kirk have l lel< ly des -
troveel b\ ierman air-ship
flotilla wl a :ked the- city
on Sunda; I he Dunkirk light-
ing plant il >ed.
\\ hingt I lie Suffrage
a
[majority of:
was verj spirited. Tlu s'.;li!
supp t dismayed
the result of tin vote.
Iqdianapoli 1 men pleao
. deral c< ged with
lion frau it Ter Haute
last N.'vem: r. It is charged
ji men lid to travel
10 fei re Haute and vott the
et and thence
sported I ai i. to lllinoisfrom
whenci they were brought, and
voted the R 'man ticket.
Atlanta, ieorgia: Attor
G eral Gi and Si Dor-
s.-v will "a tl; not tl
o f G e 1
ut -.h'-u thl -
1'ianl. ..
Wasliingl C
been aw ardi
submarine ti bu al Q lincy,
Massachuset de-
;, sul m ni s at St attle,
hington -"id four 1
defense sul)ii '" l,r buill
at Bridgeport, Conm ctii utl
PICKI I) t'P
Pn itish n that I
1 ,i : in.in sul,: ines wi re Ored
upon and pi sunk by the
land hat'en They
wen regard) ,:| advance
force for a 0 I sea and air
raid on Engli
I'h Russi 1.....mnce large
increases infighting forces along
the whole front.
The French admit some loss
of ground near Snissous, but
claim gains els u In re.
The Germans say they took
nearly two thousand prisoners
near SiossonS and repulsed
I ri 11 h Htta 1 ar St. Mill iel.
'I he Turks have cm cupied !'a
hris, in I'eisi 1, and have renew.
ed defensive operations against
the Russians in the Can a ns.
Vienna: Foreign Minister
Von Berchtold r< signed today
and it succeeded by Baron Von
Rajecz, Royal Court Minister in
the I lungarian Cabinet.


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PA1 \i:u. i\ AD\ ANCI
v | H i per line
tion; 111t. t i f | m line
: nt inserl
v>v tribune
THl'KiDAV. J^ru.Arv 14. I'll ,
I'lBLISHCI) A I h p.M.
Is we
11 reports i(
! In 11
t I m , ,| |f,.|
Mill ,,l we
vvou I lad if w
whi il lured ol liuth
the stal Id
we i'i to receive all tli.it w<
'' 'I nunl
ly more
til .
p d of a
I IT
i i-i ill ng iii na
i, and i pei iallv
wil to speed, il
ll.i| lo v
i itly a
Imit, u
' '. and in luiii
11 by tin"
in p isses* half a
* hvii itiivj W only
l\ ho|ie : at
seen the List of I
moval from ihesens |
to be .i biton in Hie rn
marine, it minimisi dan-
ger t i whi i oui u .inn I
teers would be exp >s : tiicli
nted nUusion was mnde l>\
I |o:i Mi. oui' \l i. |<
pet hap iiiuliilv mil
them as i il -ii ii' ,
I'm Vai l" the Mother
C >unti fi >m the Wi i l h.-s
It I- ven tie - u (hesi
pri; ieconvei tiH into
rea \\ m in j as ion as possible
and there arc hundred of firms
In England which would be
pi ad to have them to "I reak
up."
Ii was said by one "who knew
that he knew" that the"Karlsh-
was not in these waters, or
Cari i Si but we
that si ilready dis-
play u remarkable i lusive.
ness that she resembles more
1 epii mi'.in dish.- -
Roast I Ian -1 h a n anj thing
which m order to cook,
must fit ughi, ami which
we can very w< 11 d w ithout.
Whethi Karlshrui is
-till afloat we ran feel happy
iii the thought that each sue
live engagement weakens
her staying powers, and ere 1' >ng
al any rate, she will be in the
position '-f the Lion in
\\ ith the Woodman's daugli
4.30 p.m
I ile Radii have 1 1
1 ivi ii. but too late f< n pub-
lication in extenso, but wi
have strained ;i point to ni -
ti< ' th t recebn! from Rome
in 1 onsequem e < f the great
, unity.
i.o\ i KNXIKNT PR MS
January .' \, 1915,
R I' w e I v e th
persons w ere killed and iweiili
sand injured by an eai th-
quake I'h-- wa* 1
strongest ei ei lit hi \( >me and
vet il sec mds. 'lie'
town of Avezzanu 1 as vn tn
,:t and manv low ns in
the heart of Italy v 1 seriouslv
dam iged, The Pop va< il
e felt in
llie v.iti< .hi.
The S S "Vigilai ia" steam-
ed for N v York, to la; lal ing
I'
Mr Robert I.S th, iliss \l
I Ri in, Miss B. I In Brown,
\l oui Culmer, Mi >s < ii n
Wharton.
Oddfellows Jubilee Cele-
bration.
()n M md i\' the 1 1 ill.. Aurora
Lodge and O'ldfellowships con-
tinned l heii lubili p < *> lebral
ntina an Address "f
ilti 1 Mis I \cellen v
\d nnisl il.....n 'Ii Library
1 a I Ii o i'.isioii partook
\\ of the 1I1 iracti r ! a
publii demonstralion ; public
in the br wdest s*nce, all walks
and conditions of life being re
mted in the Urge Assembly,
The entrant e to, and trees en
closing the Grt n were tasteful
l\ draped with flags and bunt
ing, while the band stand, con
\ ei ted for the tune being into
an Auditorium, displayed con
spiciously tin I'"laj.'sof tlie Allies;
I lat 'I Fi....... Russia, Bel-
gium, Servia, Japan, I his struc-
ture winch Ii ut itself with ^\i\
vantage to the 00 asion, was
ipied by I lis 1 xcellency the
Administrator, and Vliss Harl
Bennett, His I lonout tin 1'
and Mrs Tudor, Hon
th< \ctg, Colonial Si
I Ii n. U G ral and
I isurer, I Ion. Vll 1
eral, I Ion I >r. Mi Hattiej C. M
1) and Mrs. McHattie, Hon. .1.
PS id Mrs Sands, I Ion
Dr. G. II. Johnson and Mrs.
Johnson, I Ion. H. (i Male ,1m
K. C. Mi~. Malcolm and Miss
Malcolm, His Lordship the
U 11 \V. Weigill, \' A.,I
V .1 Bi i.\ n. .md C W. Smith, I
th Ri s I > Wil ,here. nnd m
ilheis promi 11' n: i e life 1 iui
ly, 1 U II \ P
and C \ I '
rrsenI. I'
'in Ills l.\
and Miss I but- I'.im)' I' .., i i
! I I I- I '.ill Ih"
Chief J ; \1 Tudor.
'' B I. ,,
Ie -o \|
ip I trail
Mai ii al Milhem, a thrill i
Inncy seemed to
through the vasi \ssemhh Thi
Master if Cr-remouji Fi I In
impnn isi rl platfoi m intro In 1
Mr. J (' Jordon, i o delivei
a \ 1 i-nt adi Iresson Odd-
lei lowslli p and t lie >\ 1 ,| U 1 'I
\urora I ."due Mr. K 1'
Iii Id then read and presented
the I u \dih -- lo His
I'I lem ) on behalf "f Aurora
i
May it please vin Excellency.
We estei m il a v< 1 gre il pri
\ ilege i" be allowed lo presi nt
i" v on, as the Re| 1 lativ e of
I lis Majesty the King, and nf
the Vnglo-Saxon Race in tins
Ci l >n\ an expression of then
Loyalty, Devotion, and ( iiati
tnde fm the many servi 'es r*n
dered ns, hi no means the 1
am 1 1 being the
of tl Ri '-and Privili
( Mdfellow s dp tn rneu ><| Col-
1 mied I III'-.
It w.i- no| enougli to spend
1 hen t sons in the n
and sustained effori to sen I the
1 Jospi I's light to Earth'sdai
places, to giveol then- best blood
and treasure tn remove that
curse of curses, slavery, or to
leave those who had thus fat
benefited by their efforts to w
OUt the problem-of the higher
life opened to them along lines
of then own choosing.
\m I my brother's keeper ' In
reply, the hand of fellowships is
gben and I '' i )gden, Negro,
is nut iated into the mj stet ies 1 '1
ip Wha'i if "Hi 'i-
' and J [Tie Do Ilia- of
ay ial and Economii Bro
I of Ma; live
ly proclaime I bj the Commil
of M.n..1 ;enn nl of the G U. 0
of (). I at Leeds, England,
was 1 G Doctrim I '
Katherliood "I God, and the
.nan by Livi
and Stanley, in Afri
dens t forest I
1111-
the bam,- Ifelln '.ship
n this \\'. stem I lemisphi re h
nit 0! the manly stand t!
..ken bj English (I Idfel
\ll I lonour to the Noble U 1
'1 elh
I 1 Jan. ilh i863, the Lighl "f
1 1 I If.-ll iwship slvme forth in
1 I All"e a I .' 1
\ tence I
fifty ye irsi 1 mtinunu ha
en to an 11 1 la nil
mtmitted to Ii
1 he mild and just rule
'
lr i in no small ui< 1
- 1 I
\ rounded by
I, in 1 he 111 ese
nf 1 'I moiirable Spe ikei
if tin Ion. I lou
\- and the \i
I 1 forces w 11 i
ntal I"':
I .a 'I'I md th
al 1 ; of oui i" ins
11 I! \ .1 to e 11-
c 111 1 our work, is a
K 111 y to US.
\ 11 I, on the pasl
u fm iher, lo
' Igdl 11 and his 1 I, ail'l
all u I for to iis to-day,
;uu\ 1 1 -, iii cmi),lit "mis
Bel :iu 1 all this na
11 n to th I
tvnrld r deepei jov is
ni- Vs we whis|>er, I
1 t ill leai 1 of tlie E 1 dish nn
pie 1- in ii right plac' "
As 111- |' v el|- ||Cj |, (SO, a
mis -inn Ij
citv, a d 'oti'liing in its gun-
dui 1. ivas p rformed For the first
tune in I 'mhi I,\ ( ) IdfellowS
in this Colony. Amid an omin-
ous hush, .1 silence that mighl
li ivr be 1 1 it, tin Public Re


u
' iptioi Honours of Od Ifellow-
lo Distinguished Visitors
Rivi n The ;roa1 throng
ol Spa tatorq seemi d to have
i pirit of theoccasi in.
I".11_' in I has had the< ffecl -f en.
i iging the principles upon
which you right!) lay stress, such
a< i ion has mi I its ri ward by
I inn,' possibl such a re|
W wereall doing Homage to sentaiive gatheringas is assem
bled here toda y to do honour lo
i!i" 50th anniversary ol thi
tin Representative of ,, King,
and of -, Kingl) ra
II I ellem j then replied he
folio
I'M Master of Ceremonies
Although it would nn doubl
\ Lodget
I i-li to eflcpn ss t< 1 you my
appreci it ion oj the exi el lei it ar-
i.in ments U hi< h you hai e or-
ganized, both al iIh- 1 en inony,
b en nv> satisfactory to and at the Thanksgiving at the
tli" irers and members
<.i the \uror.i Lo Ige of
. 1 1 Uuil I 0 | o| 11
to have n Ie this Pre-
1 tin
Mi Mi jest) ''" nnijssion
11 ol ill" Ci 'lorn-, \ "1 I
o \ .1! I .11 j i. ised tli"1 it
1 .11 torn lot, as Adminis
Cathe Iral yesterda) at which
itinusmusical pan
service was d b)
li listand Mail
Latest W ur News
.laiui. u\ 1 ,:ii 1 |l
I. Hid.hi, 12th:
Governor, Bahamas.
(Ifficial news January nth; -
The French government reports
progress Northeast ol Soissons
and North of Perthes. Gains re-
cently repi 1 ted have been main-
tained.
Signed)
HARCOURT.
Lo id 1.- The Fn ch attackks
ol Si issons, neai Pi rthe,
an di velopiug into a serious
holding ,,,iil I einali Men bera 0 I fhe Rains whicn
Choir.
In wishing the Lodge a pros-
ms futuie hi i in assuring all
I-1 "iicli have made, if followed
up, have .1 two-fold importance.
I threaten railways which
1 fi,h j1 "' t',e tin i I upplv
".'' 1 !; si.nal interest I I elm the ,....., , ihe troops in the fighting
Idn ss < -p" Kill.
li 1 in j ant ere I up in the tenth
1 y official lion
1 lii'umas, I may, I
,, 1 I n:ii to ha
s 1 ne .ii" vledge ol local : nidi
'1 ms, and :erta inly, a sympa
M a| iprecia lion il the valu
lies such as yours
! 1 these 'I irk da n our
1 I 1. 1 mi >r A11 ie,
I mi ,1 war against
tyr mny and oppre -ion,
1 I is shed 1 1 best M
'.....hc s Ietv< DeS '" /one ;uk1 area
' include my reply to your ad g [l()1(llI),_, posjtjons
dress by saying that I shall have N ,r!h ,,, Rheims.
much pleasure in forwardii
1) ol it tn '"'li 1 with .in
dings to the
Right 11" 1 mra tary
>! Si iii' i"i t'- Coin lies
I he H011 II <.. I il olm, K
. 5pe ikei of tin i Ion. 11
, 11 \ 11 11 11 i I
jug id W hile cnngralu-
The French have Found it ini-
p.....ible to take, by frontal al
the | iti from w hich
1 i mans are ding
Rheims, but adi ihei
si i" would envelop the < ii 1 mans
md force theii 1 I nt.
I" Vrgoni.....1 :
'' attacking ier
lai 1 mansrlaim in have made further'
' ,' ' .1 voi ,h laid (stress on the progress It is rep......d that l
:' 1 -1 lives and lara 1. it cl av. I i ichedheax^ reinf. 1
if 11 1 11 and 1
i.itions.i
' m n to your patri
I to 1 mgi tulale thi
I 1 hi itsso p acelul yeai
lei ii" 1 who neiits lo this district.
ion yi live1 He was
losei among thetii pi seni in
hers worthy su aors to tl
men Ihe Hon. Sp aker, who
h 1- sHd 1 11, if e 1 11 lieai I
I \ ir ra Lodge is, I u 1 ler. 1 icttei advanl 1 je, con lu led
st i'i.| uum 1 Ins speech wit nds of
'''" up th nugh tfu I encouragement, continue impossible the movi
ns of the Odd l; II.ws which may well be taken as a nents of large bodies of troops
org mi/1 ion, l> t't with
|- resh I li ; man troops sept t< >
\l- 1 bined with the win
try w eathei have si ppen French
adx" re.
Al wg t e the front the
artill ) is doing most of the
; ithei and mud
I. .th
pun'ry a-irl u
frien Is in \ in: i.and, inco n
in-a vith other Friendly Socie- uf the National \nthem, led
sage to .ill Fi ie idly, and
other Societies vhicii wi irk h >r
il," gem 'I 1 'I The singing
.. They are unable to
reinforceme I on
0.1111 of I ovei
route, ami I ie omman I ol the
Black Sea 1 Russi in fleet.
A wireles d patch from Ber-
lin states that the military es-
tablishment in and : ai \^u"-
kirk have b leli I)
troyed b; Get .^^ air-ship
flotilla w'l ki d the city
on Sun.': Dunkirk light
o) '-d.
lington: I he Suffrage
b) a
1 ii\ ol so vote*. I"' de at
vi r) spii ited. The Suffi
support! ra are not di
the result ol te.
li: men pi-
m 11., federal c< 11 ged with
election I 1 Haute
last It is charged
>i men were paid to trs
to Terie Hai
cket and th;
,. to Illinois from
whence they were brought, and
R ill ,11 ticket.
Atlanta, ieorgi 1 Utorm
I ral Gris nd Solii itoi Dor-
a i 11 1111
State of Gei el
preme nut
1'iani. up.
\\
been
submarine li be buili at Quincy,
Massachusi Its; tl ree coast de
,. ... at Seattle,
Washing!) 11 and four coast
di :i 11-" subrt lo bi built
at Bridgeport, Conm 1 ticutt
PICKED IP
British re that 1
German subn rines were fired
111.. 11 and pro sunk b) the
Similar conditions prevail
n long the Eastern front. While'land batieri il Dover, They
have not completely step
ped th" lighting, ihey have cal
' fr its main n 1 me \\,lin\ which had great 1) led a halt over the greater part
val 1 oid iniemplo) delightful music rendered at along the River Rawka tin
and the personal inteivals, brought this very in has been fierce fightinp
caieofthesick, to the last named ,teresiing and successful celebra 1 The Germans are I,
pirticulai ini tion to a close.
111 li in iche 1 V >ur sin'.. in,
itliers ld>" it. are, I can
- 1 i'j, f ial issistanc
to th 1 i \ : 11 ment r>f this Co!
It is w irthy 1 >l evi 11 en
lent, md I n 11 -: I 1 I >|
p|ioi t unity of publu Iv l
ig t > its ii-"lulii !*s
I >rdi,illy reciprocate the sen. lest incniiveiiienn i, any one.
ti 11 ii-- id in the ,id In ss| ["he euergetic Chiel waa appar
the Mazurian Lakes open with
n ii-ni 1 laid of Police icebreakers to prevent the ad-
nil's' he mgrntulated for the vance of the Russians into Prus
; 1 1 1 winch or sia
nVi was presei'vi I on hoih days The Turks deny that they
,iii em The dense I have been defeated in the Cnu
ci "\,|- ih ii :;,i lie I i> 1 casus Ihe Russians offset this
handled easily and courteously I denial I [the capture
and without causing the slight '"I Noun Bev. high Turkish
y hi lia\ e pn 'uted to m and,
in resp nisc, c in nnlysii\' that, if
|ny action that may have been
taken bv the Oil.I Fellows in'unnoticed,
ently everywl.....- and jet, so
effe live were his arrangements
that Ins presence was almost
ih ei sent to investigate the
repoi ted defeat.
The flirts have b< en offering
stubborn resistance to Russians
at K. Urgan where a battle
has Ik in in progress for five
were regard in advance
force I'M a c : i sea and air
raid on England
The Russian announce large
ini n ises in fighting fon esalong
tin whole front.
The French admit some 1<
of ground ei ai Soissons, but
claim gains re.
The < i'lin ms say they took
1 iv two thousand prisom ra
near Si) ss n n I repulsed
I ri ich attai i 11 ai St. Mibud
I I 01 ks ipii d !',i
In is, in Persi ', and have n new-
ed di 1 1 rations aga inst
the Russians in the Cau a ns.
Vienna: F orei g n Minister
Von Berchtold resigned today
and issucceeded by Baron Von
Rajecz, Royal Court Minister in
the Hungarian Cabinet.


THE ELEPHANT
is th< ibitanl of the ("rest in the world.
Fact. Sunlight Soap has
the largest sale of anj p in the world. This,
also, is an undisputed fact. Th d value <>f
' tusks is well known, but fat better
' ewives is the great value of
tmliht SoaD
*\ *
FOR RENT
A house in Dowdeswell St.
(South Side) in two apart
I merits, two buildings east of the
Gospel Hall. Possession given
immediately.
Apply to
KENNEIHSOLOMON
or
C T. FARUINGTi >N
30 Dae. 1914
njoys ,1
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Good Morning!
We Are Introducing

1
NOTICE
NOTICE
XI IE Business In retofore car-
ried on by ihe late John
Alfred will be continued uudei
the same name by the under
signed Trutees and Executors
to Ins Estate.
Mr C la retire Thorpe Fairing-!
ton, who has an illti rest in the
business, will be Managi r there-
of.
KENNE1 H SOU IMON
C r. I AU'lvlV.h IN
I'm-! 1 and 1 v unus
Nassau, 1-1 11 c \ 11 1
Sanitary i| Sold by Wm.
Cool Hilton, 260
Hiiikbij Bo.v St.
Fruit 0 f tl e 1. 10m [( in.
.11 7i per van 1.
THE well known
1 1 1 liryinrin of the
East
1 O S I E TA Y THOMAS M. KNOWLES
Is now prepared to apply
am! th livei the purest milk
to be obi lined anywhere
from his Daii v Farm on l; asl
Shiiley Street, opp<>sile Wil-
liams Street. Orders may be
di In (rod at his Ston 1 m Fast
Hay St. No. 528, 'Plume \o.
1 ib. Delivery nt from 7 a.m.
to 10 a.m., and fr< >m ; p.m.
to 5 p.m. dailv in Sauitan
les.
Cosmopolitan
HIGH SCHOOL
( )pt'I|s Ml
Monday. Oct. 5th
in A ui ora Ho 11
on Cl.arhite Stieet.
illlfoll i tO I l, \
loose .1
t in not | i He I in
AR.ANTEED itvle,
ova special orrcn
i i u in v
t.il note I living
n, wc I -i
w iIn win' He, hack)
inilli' n illin
5 Pttlrs of our 73c. v*lue
r Silk II
or 4 Pivlra o( o\i' SOc. vttlvia
or 4 :'\u .( ,nu 5llc Vadll',
or 6 P*.ir->o Children's MmIctv. I Kiuiwhs'
NTI l..\\ pir<-
NOTICE
. persons having Maims '"' pnrtnulars apply to
aiuM iiu- Estate i 11k- l.i Prof Cl G Coffin, head mnv
Jolui Alfred Hie requested i" ter, oi Mr. J. I' Simnu
f\ the same dulv Hiteled, _________________^____
aid I ose idfbted 'he nn in
;. i l.e 11 i\ iten I I" Kennei h *i i|(
iiie ''I ilw \L\< i n'"i- nl
i!l
KI'.W'I I II SOLOMON
C. T. r Mclv'IV'liix
I- \.i iitnrs
* assail,
I'ah l)'C i ,1.).
GASOLINE
I
!VI uiv germs make milk im-
NOTICE
11 IS is to infoi m the pub-
pure,
no
A lie that if an\ person or
|n rsons are fimud trespassing
on m\ lot of land situate on
''hi bes Hill hi tin- Islam*
\ Drums and io Gallon
Can-. Pi ii e one shilling
pi r Gall n. Ml pre> ious
I n ii es can lied.
C. C. t- VUNDKRS
l'.a-t Bfl\ St.
Nassau N 1'.
Jan 5th In ,
The international Hoisery co.
P. O. Box 224
DAYTON. OHIO. U.S. A
Kerosene
15G-
IN Nl ' in < iaivai
ed Iron I 'rums at ih
pei < i illon.
In m gallon Cans at i
per, Gallon.
I h urns and Cans returnal
Full particulars at ( Ml
"Franci K.," Nassau \. P.
C. C. SATJNDERS
WANTED.
i i i\ im- ..< i iii im i;i m i.iiivi -lui'iu ..ii
are found ; Foibes Hill in the Islaud i>l
Look at the bottles in wbtili| fditle exuma, thev will Ik A r,nni> i ..'. i >,u n .--.n
Its sold, at dealt with according to tin "Rend, M'e
Kimwles v. bo lakes tin-in all I.aw.
around.
M ilk like his nerds no Inrtotn
eti-r,
In verification of its strength,
Liquor | ma nee iuipura
Kii' >w les would :n" ei gi i
that length
MISS LOUISE CADOGAN
C|H i ll'TCA III > M h'SK
ft -ui Bahamas General
Hospital. Can fuinish testi-
monials.
IOI Shirley Stn ERNEST CLARKli
(Owner)
JACOB CLARKE
(( Keis. ei)
Forbes Hill. Little Exunia
Julv atrd 1915
l.i1*; i>_-|| 1 > -......I i."""l ell n lie.
I. 1 |nefei 11 "I Fill I1.11 11.1 infill.
11 .-in 11, n|H>') '"
Sll VPR \' K I. WOi >D
VV< >l 'I si.nlll.
tiv i I
Fresh Onion Seed
FROM ThNF.ivll'TK
8PECIAL.
\- i|i> n| 1 Ml 'l I'll I- ll 1 Vi* Ml .
11 n i.et ( us : li.i it e 1111 'i ! hi
j 1 1 ; lif I * SMI I'llilV'l '* I lI'IIIH'
I .|.|. 1 \ ,- III II III ill*" li'lM-HI
1.1 ,.-i.ii'ii- |i, In*. ..ii-i borrvuvd
ple>iMlii"> "' n-'i 111 ilicir 1 i-.ie,
and NATIVE Si-d-d) C0ttNiw*l,!',!.n'" '";;""_" p.--.
1 Toote's, 4')9 Bay Street .-n 1J.1.
I we hid mt'ndrd, Inn cuuiinui
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