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r I THE' TRirtUNE NASSAU. BAHAMAS L. (.ILBKKT DUI'VOH, Jeffort of a destructive struggle wherein the weaker cell I CK: 44 MAKKKT STKKKT %  V. P., Jiakamas '•|'l|o\l. P. O. BOX I'V'.. PUBL.ISHE.D DAILY a,8oG M • 'i.'V .lllil Fl c copv ... I Thursday lucday—single copy rklv . life is at war with the stronger, and not only is this true with respect to animal and a table lifi bul • %  1 ly true with all th 01 iis t'•', tions that constitute human 10 iei v ; it is confined lo no -.' %  "single one of them all. But if I > neral Bernhadi 1914. liiw ards. IQ3617 1914. 757 3,75* 1 I 2,396 smallest degree novel or excit iii_: ••In the lir-t place," sli>-..INS, "I wish 1" stair my firm belief thai i"" 'i'> should not trj to le r (1; that it siiouhl exist simply I is a created bi But) .. d sometii ies the l aut\ ci ,i 1 ., iti que Does an\ %  n, 1 i 1,1--.111 v in "Challenge" volume is that they directly follow die classical traditions ul English poetry, the best of them < xistiug by reason ol the master!) mobility o£Mr. I intermi j er's m'rti ical techni que. Vi 1 \ 11:ii1. the same is true 1 f Mi--Low 1 II She makes II) experiment thai i I ':. iheatlixcess 1 if 1 )uts. IW.K IN AUVANCK r Ral 1 liiw inserti >n; tl %  | line %  11 • I ill-'-' Ii 11 ir< lubsquenl in Zbc {Tribune SATcKUAY. January 16. I'l pro\ es %  > I ihall of the awful cataMa %  tions 1 1 the physii al law s ol nature, rlurrii am s,tornado< s, earthquake's, fires. Take the I. ml tie earthquake at Avezzano and other tow ns. Were ['lie 1913. 1' email S. 25S 1 |l L. 195 vliami" $ these also I i Ii >gii al net 1 ties ? Were the inhabitants, physically or mentally we ifc, 1 1 el ins 1 >r goil res, so thai their survi' %  mid be .1 living tnenai 1 to mankind. I en are som I g PUBLISHED AT 7 P.M. i i rathei zealots who tell us _____„______._ that God has a plan for tin "lie ot e\erv one of his ci I 1,026 699 I'lc "t'lS \\ie\ follow rdav in''iinn'; Mr. ami Mrs. J. \ 1'aylor, Mis, h. C.Cornell, U C Wilson, A P. Le ; ght<>n, VV. \i .1' nes, Mrs B. C 1, Miss M iry Co ip Vliss VI K ui" \ \. Mrs. IS. Wild. .. Mi! "i Mi I VI. (3o %  ( 1 1 Ira I rs I 1 Wot %  VVordwell, R S cully, Mr I %  last fifty 5 eai i temt t %  • a,,'... i form a tainly not "tinmen ol the riated with M. I'aul Fnrt, "a "Certainly not their greatfluid and changing Inim, now er pre-Raphaelite predecessors, prose, now rhese ex' to renn I 1 [ohn Keats perimenl an in th of lithavi suhj : the prevailing law of poetry I 1 hail a century that tin re certain qua lion against it, and no little"upand "hun >pi'. no little men raw inati i al of living, are I ing offen d i 111 illname ul tetrj men formless no 1 From Ii ".!. ill dailv expenei 1 passionate protests ol thi .11 1 no late reformer. t with. OUl a 1 %  %  '" 1 the, burl. and I 1 .ui11.it I' I %  rio In Iped in -11.Ii!' 1 w ea\ ing here ai d there of 1 .and I is a quoal .%  Ii %  iwell s| 1 ers III : plui '11(1 I low CHI ii. md Mrs. J. I> • Haili boh uni 'ii w rote t ures chap ell, VI x 1, Jas hum nb %  earthquak %  en i ngag,...,.i ...., ,:.,ui„ rv. M <>d, hapsno? v, ,.'•. ; u ed in ; %  any ol es ,,, ,sors nor wt>uld it bet omu.-li onej „,„ ,,„ ,,„.,,,, '-" K b y a n 3 f those „ ve think that th r,1< 1 mm of the human race ; 1 ; aimed at by I HI Mrs Mai. K 1, 1 ', nts in I in • -.'" HS : rni tii .aan ex %  A i tied I ii 1 I lisps llg llllltdrowns and iiu that !.-] thor, but m I w as h Vi-' T %  %  < Ttrnum bon urn, 1' did not ana s ol 1 all .'. 1 1 1 an v. %  ii 1 1 u "< MIV a w liich .J" i.nol v hat tei w ith 1; in 1 a) [ 1 1 'i 1 e a harps %  1 • 1. Ithai the 1 1 • ters, is w Hiding for diami, 1 > 'I ^ilks follow. ' tury bon Mr. arid M Miss Muri foul Mr-. Geo. A. (i 'is thai unk, A '• i'e of your si uu i 1 seems Richard C \\ Is % midst of the lictiug n opinions surrounding us we are in a sea 1 if di ubl. and k 'tit th .11 [iroblem of life bv I11111—. I liimsi If. It is a I : ught il uuld ife to laud. VI. UVpain Gol • the pel sent si 1 bei.n'g the I. is so ma ly tl onlv tlie first of a ser of ti I iheavals, but of t : tps. Jen-.11 \\'il Mi. ; seaUw Mrs. Kthel W light me Kstelle hi'..,, .' I tin 1 '. I gazing 1 GWORD BLAOES Miss Amy Lowell'a Poems ,in 1 A P.l-f N %  I %  j . he %  a' 1 How 1 i: an the 1 Ii --ii I I ;uiled louse Which I I wed to fill with i %  %  Seed," ,i;.ii "The 1 v ureol Max I I ave unnamed --I-H iy in.-ii. 1 two -minti.! t 1 nt, Hiid ianrlas+i and 1 it y lurfeel . ; .... ,,„. j.or ' toral 1 xaeitui \ t \ 1 a new 11 a j .. %  By RichArJ Lc <.,.- I li.-nn • \ tion which ads is Wai \\ e do ii'it Vhlitarj ail I he Administrai >ks us snatched ai of i HI. tunce that, until fui tin y discril • noti e, th Gardens al i" -i.l-. 1 HUH lit 11.Ml ICIll d I with, >u1 it, an unhealthy 1 n1 will follow, %  rj -idi real ch ilization. I the tin ry ol animal %  able life which I : et forth by Dai in, -p. n nd Wallaa p -dint heir immortal 1 selection," rin r exisl nee, and the "I of 1 e fittest. Dr. 1 Hull y A. 1 in.. tor of Physical Culture at Havard, t ikes issue prefer io say, •joins issui ") with the greal German Miliajicl shows thai the ning of tin o. fists with are familiar, lest in the we be opi n ever) Mon d j a n d day from 4 to i p.m. to land II si ri i. view them on p I of 11 shilling ad mis on. \|] procei ds will be d. to rile Snssnu (iuardl Relief Fund. We are ask dto s it \. l ininisti.it. ii id HartLiennetl are n living in (i. ivernmenl I [< usi 1 e \ tors' I'><"ik will be 1.mud at their pi i\ ate residi 11 km iw n as "Colonial S ei e t a r v's —:. 1; General Post Or Mi ssau, 16th Jan ai The PostOffii e w ill for two hours on 1 17111 inst. .HI arrival of s. s "Me> ieo'" from New V'ork I the delivei v of mad. we up one or two for %  1 irecidti Ii'' el) 1 "r Ira math 1 1 \ l ""l %  | --... ivid and fan. hingsiii so1 ,. %  Her style is ;i,;,li Vl ,s ill,:r i:| red even to dandyism i it 1 el) rhymed and ndyism includes so skirtfulh iii.nliiiai.d to"th. |play;soshe lives rhytlim .,1 the spavin" voles' || ,. ;i : as r or h( ill therxeelh m es ,. hi r banned 1 r "vers lib e," wu | i so f theverliblestufi """' l "" 1 1 r '"' J. 1 i,i mi end thisreluc1 !:; '' ' l '""' b.evitv .d prai 1 with this nan'th iresquelove \\ Ii. 11 %  H i inspiration ib in new or revolutionary in the i\ric, entitil at an how I id one onh rs of itl :o: Total Emigration hgun s is. is me foi the j irs tg 13 and if war, Oul l3I "i %  1 I will 1 of foi in, and 1 will l • in tatki with his a %  %  V'n k 1 li vi t a I i t y; and it 1 -. I iwever in j Iheii mel hod ul them to iheii public ['he) do 1 leii work md leave it • %  ; 1 for itself, Vli Low .-II might just a • well followed th Such good wine as she 1 >fl no su 0 Mending, lal Poor It is 1 use in \ Hi. in 1111 on ere is ' I llll. 1 h voli 11 lends i, 1 iino) 1 %  .a rv v 11 ISO I > 11 .1 ,, \ll tllloilLjIl l-.i md allo ih "i.%  pi nt tc 1 in. i .. .1 11 iw of origi ty, with a small endow m 61 real poetic 11 eling, and scan any 1 *pi 11. Ittun ol "pi %  Actually, cndi 1 V> 1 :;o l.( walh me that I 1 led -i. • in ever) eye wayfarer looks l.acli ploddin up in i! /. blinded b) 1 iin u w haze I lie stnfl of hapoii comaion austerity ol poetic re11J1 • ss • 1 fore, those employ Wh, ? h W ""' llotl it b an moil skilled in thi > r 111.11 nirtcrs. ami these me cannot but m ite, wlial thei ii least often, Mi. Louis [J iti 1 mej %  1. came out with a 1 ambitii us 11ainfest 11 ..n mo '•i nil v in i etry, yet the main hui'd (..Ids Ol" peacock p. Ids. Before m\ I paved wa\ Flushes beneath its M)' sl I tinged •• %  bright, Ii seems a mvri.'W HI Iti in her in the j excellence ol the poems in his|About Ihe IOWJ



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i \ %  THE TRIBUNE NASSAU. BAHAMAS Around me is t'e sound <>f steepled bells All rich perfumed smells Hang like a wind forgotten cloud, And shroud I'H'KKD DP Rome :The extent of the Italian disaster increase* as fur ther news from the devastated area arrived. The estimates of fatalities rearh 20.000 and mini ,. 'I'lwitwiiiu.wiiiiiKiniiiii. Me tromclose contact with the jber of injured 50.000 Hundreds, world I dwell impearled. You blazon me with jeweled insignia, A flaming nebula Rims in my life. An dyet You set The word upon me, uncoufessed To go ungui'ssecl. COMMUNICATED. Western District, Nassau N. P, 161I1 January 1915. To The Kdit .i Tribune. Dear Sir perhaps thousands, of victims are still buried beneath ruins, while rescuers struggle desper ately to release them. King Victor personally headed one band of rescuers and released a number at Avezzana. He returned to Rome u ith fortywounded persons The principal loss of life and damage to property is around the region of Avezzane. People in the affected districts are bad Iv in need of food and medicines. Some minor earthquake shocks were I'h today at remote points %  •* %  v ,• %  ,..... Please allow me a little space [Communication by rail aud wire in your valuable paper to bring!' 8 sl '" interrupted in many to the notice of the authorities the number of disrepetable youn ggirls at large along the Esplanade at night. Respectable people can scarcely enjoy their walks fearing molestation. I do hope Sir, that the police will begin to be on special dutv in this district, otherwise no good person would be able tol walk along ilie beach after sundown. Yours Sir. VISITOR. NOTES FROM GRAND*; BAHAMA. We have found oul a weeks ago a nice Cave on a Cay that will suit Kmperor William belter than St. Helena after the war if King George will give him to us. attempt against We are sure that he wom escape off this Off Cay, so England will hive peace for ever if we c inget him there, and that is what we want. is places. Chicago : M i\ wheat made another advance, amid strong foreign lidding, lo 14^ Washington ;The British Embassy today issued a statement that ships detained in British prize courts will he permitted to give bond nltd be released if the judge of the court allows ibis course. London :—()nlv mill" m some exposed positions along the River \isne Northeast of S lissons The Allies have made advances he tween Arrasand Lille capturing BW a German position and destrov ing an ammunition Supplv station. In Poland ihe Germans are making pre pa rat ions for another Warsaw from West and South. Large masses of German troops are also reported as having arrived in Hungary to aid the Austrians in effoi 1 to dislodge the Russian* in Northern Hungary ami Bukowinfl The Turkish troops wfiich invaded I'ersia are continuing their advance towards Ispahan. The population of Maubeuge is in due predicament for waul of food. There is no sail nr Hie man battlecruiser Von DM Tann off the province of Rio Grande do \orte, Brazil. In the dispatches from South American ports that followed Admiral von Spec's victory ovei the British squadron, on Nov. 1. off Chile, the German battle cruiser Von Der Tann was twice mentioned as having j-iined the German ships. Navy men discredited this, because the passage of the Von Der Tann from the German base behind lleligo land had not been noted. The Von Der Tann. a unique battle-cruser of her class, was built in 1910. Her displacement was i.).[ ,0 tons, and her complement 910 olii, ers and men I ler best speed has been 28.I knots an hour Her armament consisted of eight 11 inch guns, arranged in four turrets, two to a turret. All these guns could be used September Arabi was beaten at lei el-Kebia. 1883 —Dual Control abolished though France objected, and Single Control l,y Britain established Major Baring 1 Lord Cromer) nominated British Resident. Sudan abandoned by British Gov. ernment in November. 1884.—Sudan Expedition sanctioned. General Gordan arrives in Khartum in FebruaryConvention of London defining Great Britain's position in Egypt signed in June. 1885—fall of Khartum and death of General Gordan in January. An Egyptian loan of ible for them here. Thev wl therefore, in a very differ position from Mr. Sasche. —The New York Times January 3 1915. 1 RELIQIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY, JANUARY 17 ST. MATTHEWS OHUROtj Church and Shirley Sts. Rw. \V. S. Lowll, Rector. II Epiphany 7.15 a m Holy Communion. M. iitin-. and Sermon. 10.15 a i School. 3 30 pin. Junior 4 30 p m. Senior Catechism Evensong. Church Parade Volunteer hire Unmade. War Anthem. ST. MA ROAM £9,000,000 is guaranteed by Sundays, Evensong and Ad.nc j the 1'oxvers in March III Oc fn '" s Evensong and AddressJ .ob, si, H, won iK „s a ar,st.t t j ss? tne first Convention of Lon R*o t AfdUyj.Browut,Rtctor. don fixing Conditions for the | H l, '.V Communion 130a.m. Matin*U 'a.m. Missa Cantata and Sermon 10,' withdrawal troops of the British arranged fiv >r. >d side or four ahead and four as 1886.— The Sudan evacuated ichguns,! 1887— Sir Henry Wolfi signs the Second Convention of Constantinople in May, but the Sultan refuses, under French and Russian piessure, to ratify it 1888.—Reorganisation of Egypt actively commenced. 1889. —Rising of the Dervishes. 1 s <:. Death of tne Khedive Tewfik. Accession of Abbas II. in April. >ir Herbert Kitchener succeeds Sir Iran1 is Cm nfell in command of the Egyptian Army 1896.—Conquest of the Sudan begun. 1898.Matties of Atbara and Omdurman and til-; crushing of the Dervishes, (Sept.) on 11 broadside with two also trained asteu. Finally there were sixteen 34. pounders and four 18 inch sub merged torpedo tubes, one bow, One stein, and two broadside. The Invincible, which was \dmiral Sturdee's tl igship when he sank von Spee's sq iadmn >ff the Falkland Islands on Dec. 8, isimilar to the Von Der Tan in number and arrangement of turrets, onl) her turrets contain 13 inch guns instead of I 1 "s. The rest of her armament is lighter. Her speed is a trifle swiftei How Britain Went tj Egypt THE STORIES OF TEL-EL-KEBIR AND KHARTUM. SoleimiK\ 2nd. The Hoys Cadet Corps attended Service On Christ mas Day at St Stephen's Church. In the afternoon they called at the Residence of the Commissioner, the Public burning oil in the town. School'Teacher and the Capt. ^ erm n i ,rir,s Hacing pniviof the Corps. sums beyond reach. The Corps carried in front Ru8S a '* "*hro'ra'l.across r , in ri-\iongolia where Ira I.is have ol their ranks a I'hot" (d King „ r >, ... b ue\er run befoie It is admit ed lting then respective spheres of influence in Central Africa. 15:7.—Turkev conquered a ,, ( | (March). • occupied Kgvpt, winch beI*' 0 *'—On April 8 Anglo-French declaration signed giving Great Britain a free hand in Egypt and France a freehand a.m Catechism i p.m. song and Sermon 7 DJD. V\ M k I lay Services I. W Mass daily 7.30 exce|.t^fatuii!ayi. Evensong Monday. TuesdayTrrid Thursday 5.30 p.m. Wed. and Friday 7 p.m. ST. KKANOIS XAVlBR'a c'ltl'KCn West Street Rev. Chrysostvm Schreiner. O.S.B., Vicar Furant Mass andSerm on 11 a.m. Sermon an<: Benediction 5 pm. Weak-dive Maei 7 am %  ACRID HKART OHAPBL East Shirley Street. Mass ASermon 9 am Benediction 4 pm. ST ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Puncei Street Rev S. J. Hennett, Pastor. Morning 11 a.m. Evening 7 p.m. ZIo.N BAPTIST CHCRC'H Cornet East and Shirley Sts. Rev. Chas. A. Dann, Pastor. 11 a in. Rev. C. A. Dann. 7 pin. Ret H. F. Daun BAPTIST CNION CHURCH Parliament St. AV .'. Wihkcre, Potter. Singing, Prayer, Sermon, 11 a.m., 7 p m Sundav School, 3 p m. Irench arnvec. at lashoda IWF.SI.KYAN MKTIIODIST CHCROfl July io, and evaluated it on KBKNBZKH Dec II Rev. F. J. I'aine, I'astirr .-.,. Agreement signed by u.itt2i&Wf-isr ranee and Great Britain limF.J Pa t CHRISTIAN BCIENCH I ay Street, above Dank of \ssau Sundav II am. and Wed George on H pole draped with the English flag, and at inby members of the Russian I.e. gation that an agreement Intervals shouted Long Live tween China and Russia has King George, and ti;e. little fellows danced away as happy as the; day is long It was astonishing to see the boys st rain ing iheii voices for joy when they were railed upon to sing God Save our King The boys were given refreshments at each call visit. 3rd. The potato fields li' re have had t o much rain. A'l lip.ve rotted. ;o;— Latest War News, been reached. The Kmperor of Japan iiaconferred the order of the Wising Sun on Mritish officers who took part in the r*cettt opera 1 ions in 1 he siege of Tsingtau. January i*>t 1 1915 London, January loth. Governor, Bahamas came a Turkish Pashajik. 1798. — Napoleon Bonaparte invaded Kgvptand afterwards Syria, with the object nf gaining a Stepping stone towards India. Nelson deh a ted the Irench Beet in the Battle of the Nile, and General Abei Crombie's I'xpedition landed. l8oi.~ French evacuation of Eg) 1 • t .ux\ the Sultan's authority was restored iSo',.— Mohammad Ali became Pasha of Kgvp:, after defeating the Mamelukes,the owners of the soil. 1807.—The Second British Expedition to Kgypl. Ali seemed. in Morocco, Similar declarations were made by Germany, Austria, and Italy. 1907.—Lord Cromer resigns in April Ins post as British Agent and Consul General;succeeded by Sir Eldon Gorst. 1908.— "Nationalist" ferment excited by the Young Turk movement in Turkey. 1911.—Karl Kitchener becomes British Agent and Consnl(ieneral. -"The Daily Mail Over-seas Edition." 008PEL IIAI Dowdeawell ami Chriatiaj Gospel McetniK. Evening at it GOSPEL HAl.lI Dowdeswell Street (near Victol ^^ ihip niec'.irii; at II a i School, 3 p m (, pelpreacln1 !i !P7! WANT January on, 151 Governor, London, 15th. i ^th 1915 Bahamas. Official news January 15th: T|ie # Krench government reports th^ wrecking -•! < ieiman trench lorth of Rove, at Vreitny, Soisso is the Germans obOCal successes mil the VIII_: In damage to sed h\ Hoods have ll einselves on the the Aisne. rn I '< Tincl Russi 1 n irds iMve occupied sd) A\ \UCOURT. I • 1 I I I I I I 1 %  t I W^ X-|^....^ •• *^MO. ^"KO Olficial news January 16.— 1875.—British Gverninentbu>s The French Government reIsmail's shares for/^ooo.ooo. I-,, the enemy's positions 1876-kgypt bankrupt and carried near the road from Commission of Inquiry set up 1 11 1 1 n to inquire into her financial 1 84 1 —Moliamm 1 through Lord PalmerStOn, the (Continued From Firat Page) hereditar> possession of Egypt, Uucher, was arraigned, and as paying a tribute to the Sultan. h, e waived exam. nation he was 1854-1863.-Ke.gn of the Khe-||„,|d j„ |.10,0011 bail and led ofl dive ^a.d and the urant to l b v the Serret Service men. Ferdinand de LessepS of the right to cut the Suez Canal. 1B63. — Reign of Khedive Ismail. i8t,i) -Opening of Suez Canal p 0P1ES of THE SI BUS" August 1913 (EJ bition Number) Apply "1 ribune" Office Notice T in and the Public Anas to Lille by brilliant Zouave attacks. Saint Paul, north of Soissons, entered by the Germ ins has been re taken, The Russians arc advancing in Northern Poland. Suecesful operations continue in Caucasus. HARCOUUT. BIG GERMAN CRUISER SUNK BY BRITISH P BUENOS AIRES HEARS VON DER TANN IS DESTROYED BY THE INVINCIBLE OFF COAST OF BRAZIL. '1 condition. 1870.--Nov. Establishment of the Dual Control, by which a British official superintended the revenue and a I'lench official the expenditure of Egypt. 187H. --Ismail act epis a Constitutional Ministry. 1879 -Ismail deposed by Ihe tlfvve Four Wltneesea. Meanwhile four young men, Kdward Douglass, Frederick Merkel, Henry W. Clark, and Rudolf MasChle, had been brought in. rhey were stated to be material witnesses and \Wie held in $5>M) each. Mr. Content would not discuswhat connection they had wilh the conspiracy, stating thai th inij.ht be further development However, he wanted to make it clear that the action of the (lovernment in causing the arrest of thee four Germans was i* to inform my I' n d thai I have opened rny Bhich Siiotli Shop; and am ready to d<> anything in 1 I Graftal reptiir 01 new yy rk Sboeiog -Keciiilly. All < nrl d Mechanically. P. \. HtJYI ER. REMOVAL O N the tst February, 1915 it is our intention to iemoveThe Printing Establish ment of 1 he 1 ribune" to the Building at the Northeast Corner of Shirley and Charlotte Streets. Ilie Upper I'Toor consistof four rooms may be *K>(1 from the 1st January, 1 enns mo derate. On( ICM 01 I I ICC I'llll VIll IIK1II3 WrlM ^ , .• 1_ -. ..;„...„ nnt to be.taken as meaning, hat ^ tl^^hole. May be v.ewec I70 Ismail deposed hy tlie int to betaken as meaning that %  ^Sw. sultan in June. In N'ovemhei the I 'nited States had any oh' '' ; 'l'Plirjfc Dual Control was ie estabjection to ( i etinan reservists re' %  • ^'U.w| lished and governed Kgvpt for turning home if they could. It "V iMied and governed Kgvpt for two vears. 1881.— Revolt of Arab:. 1882. — May. Bomb II ment of Alexandria bv British aiu turning home if they could. It only objected to the fraudulent use of its passports, and was determined t" Stop Fuch practices. I'o Mr. Saschse, who protested Buenos Aires. Jan. u It is reported henthat the British crui ser Invincible has sunk the I blench fleets In Jn 1 \ Great against Ins fellow travelers beBri'.-un unites l"ra... e >.. help quell the rebellion, France refuses Garnet Wi ilsele> %  %  Frej ng held in bail, Mr. Content, explained '.hat lhat was merely L> i ause they came from Chile '-.on land--a Viigu '. In and had no friends to bi respof 1 1 ^ r



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Y. THU TflBl/NE NASSAU. BAHAMAS 4 ^ Good Morning!I NOTICE \'Ve Are Introducing i in: w.-n known yman of the East I HOSIERY ["he ,-. i. r,i I ihe test. < ii fort. N coi : ni n jUARANlrio tm ritj q ii • ''< lutih M null s. \\ ill vvp.ii ', ii. >ut holes, I OUR. SPKCIAL OFFKR '•I \ I,'-.-n i II f J •"> "I riiiu-iii v \ i-t I nute, to covet a wtt ug and 11,.i ,ii n 'ft, we will tend •' "iritli writti %  mlli'in dollar o i | .inv, ettl ei Pirs of our 7 5c. value American SiJlf ll<-iri\, or 4 fr.ii-. ol our 50c. value A.nencan I .11 siei v, or 4 P.ire of our 50c. Value. Air.ci an C '• m-Lisle Hoaierj or 6 Pe.tr* of Children's Hosiery. %  K'NT DEL W [e( ii youc locuilit) i^ btlectf THE INTERNATIONAL HOISERY CO. P O Box 224 DAYTON. OHIO. U. S. A Telephone for Appointments 275 MRS. M. WATSON RUDD At Hotel !Mi\sau and Hotel Colonial until >lst March Chiropodist Cosmetician 4 Kah Mat inello t 1 1 duate itt New I MISS LOUISE CADOGAN C ERTIFICATED Ml KSI-. front Ii..,, i 11 Hospital. Can furnish testi%  101 Slinks Si %  % %  %  ( % % %  onanDrjDac^uDnnnonrjaanDaunuDrjuuncinrjuuaDLiuauarjanuuuutJDuannnnnrjBBBi • % % % %  r:Tnnnnrjrjnn ^^^ ^*^ %  **& .a. u *- %  %  .**. a, m^sj .., ., MAbT^oirfHr! B.VD BEST RETAIL TRADE 'S'"~.f ~ %  —*• inilry Co..I Sold by Reliable Iruit of the Loom ;'> in. at 7-1 per j Cosmopolitan man SCHOOL < >penson Monday. Oct. 5 th in Aurora Hall on Charlotte Street. I .; particulars apply to Prof. G. G. Coffin, head mas1,1, or Mi. J. P. birnmt. THOMAS M. KNOWLES Is now pn to supplv and deliver the purest milk : m 1 >n I Shii ley Stn posite Williams Street. ()rders maj b< delivered at his Stoie on E ast liay St. No. 528, 'Phone .\<>. 116. I delivery at from 7 a.m. 1.1 iii a.m., and from 1 p.m. lo 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary Bottles. Many perms make milk impure, In Km > w I< s' milk .ml ; L' ok .it the bottles in which its sold, at Knowles who takes them all around. Milk like his m la< toni eter, In verification of its stren Liqui 'i pura net impura Knowlt s would n< go that length. OVER 1£)00 Pa i PS Boots and Shoes being added to an already replete stock Williams Shoei is again <>| l ening up iwe oi those Sample Lots u\ Boots and* Shoes in a limited nufhbei <>i sizes as ft illows viz: — Mi n's B 11 1: n 11 to' Women's Boots and h 1 in sizes from 3', to |1 Misses Bootsand Shoes n from I 2 ', m 1 The advantage in purchasing from this I %  it hi rs who h ivi pui I ised before 1 an atte! t that \ou can Ii t the sizes I fim a %  %  large variety 1 up to-d t\ |es .it pi i< es omsiderabh heaper 1 ban regular lines kept in sti 11 k. CALL EARLY and secure your size at WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 277 and 279 Bay St City %  a %  % %¡ . 1 %  i % %  a %  %  n % %  a 1 1 : %  %  r. > UBS I BBS BSS I Hi : %  %  1 %  %  -) aim ; %  % %  ri • %  .' BBB • %  •' The 'Allenburys' Foods are based on scientific certainties. 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Mill TO SUBSCRIBERS Cc rs ,i> The Tribune ami upwarrk an (i ni't tii pay siib ns to the carriers but the Office, or tfl %  t<>r from the Office, also t<> report to the Office any neglect on the part ol the carrieii to deliver their paper. > >< " LATEST WAR NEWS Nulllua awddlclua |\ir*r In verba, ma.glalrl. Balrvg bound to iwr to the Uolmni of no M*.ator. "THE TRIBUNEWANTS ADVTS. rOR RESULT ADVERTISE IN "THE TRIBUNE" Special RttH to Yearly Adwrttoon — Vol.Xn. No. 46. NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 16. 1915. Price. THREE CENTS. GET 4 RESERVISTS IN PASSPORT PLOT Taken Off Ship at Quarantine and German Agents Jailed in" Wide Conspiracy. PRESIDENT IS INFORMED Big Organization To Send 1,000 Army Officers Home With Fraudulent Papers. MAURICE DEICHE S ARREtTEP Carl kurocde and Others Held in Heavy Rail—Surveyor Rush Exposes the Scheme. C HASING the NorwegianAmerican liner Bergenfjord from her dock at the Bush Ter minal down the bay t<> Quarantine vestenlay afternoon, the United States revenue cutter Manhattan called on her there to halt. Secret Service officers boarded her and picked out from her passengers four young Germans. They were on their way to Germany to join the armv, hut they were travelling under false names and with American passports issued to American citizens. The passports were genuine enough, but as they had been gTanted to other persons the travelers were arrested on the charge of having conspired to defiaud the United States and were brought back to t lis city. It is the passports which particularly interested the Government officials. One o( their prisoners.Arthur Wilhelm Hem rich Saschse, lived in this city, but the other three, Walter Muller, August Mayer, and Peter Wegener, had only recently arrived from Chile, where they worked for a mining company. They spoke no English It was thought curious that they should be able to gain possession of genuine American passports in the ciicumstances,and the Gov eminent officials believe that in making these arreststhev have come upon a widespread conspiracy, the object of which was to send over under the protec lion of the American flag hun dreds of German reservists and volunteers. On these passports were plio tographs of their bearers. They were affixed to the upper left hand corner, and half on the photographs & half on the b<>dy of the passport was the imprest of the seal of the State Depart, ment. None of the Government officials was able last night to suggest how it would be possible for the photographs of a man who had borrowed some one else's passport to get it impress ed with the Government stamp unless some organization had managed to obtain the use of the Government's mark of guarantee. Shipping Agent Arreated. At the same time that the four men were being arrested down the bay, Carl Uuroede of 1,621 Forty-sixth St. •Brooklyn, his seventeen-vear-old son, and He gave orders for the revenue cutter to sail from the Battery and set off to round up Ruroede He met him in Whitehall Street with Aucher, and the latter put up a fight, but the Government agents quickly overpowered him and with Ruroede and his young son, who came along at about the same time, he was marched up to the Secret Service offices in the Park Row Building. There Assistant District Attorneys Harold A. Content and John C. Knox were awaiting them and they were kept under arrest all the afternoon until the expedition down the bay had returned. Get Four Aboard Ship. Aboard the cutter Manhattan were nine Secret Service men and two customs Inspectors tin der Secret Service Operative Adams. As they ovei hauled the 3ergenfjord at Quarantine they called on her to halt and let down a ladder. They boarded her and proceeded to go through the cabin passenger list. Thev to get last night, as it was ly 9 o'clock before the arraignment took place. Pevrole for Garmnn Officer! Then Mr. Content took u > thr case of Saschse and said : "The defendant is a German officer of reserve going to rejoin his regiment. He now holds a rank corresponding to Sergeant, and has been promised a com mission on his return. It does not seem to the Govern u.ent necessary to exact bail in this' case. The men arrested with the false passports are merely the tail end of the conspiracy." "This defendant is a German officer, and I suggest to your Honor that his word to return will be quite sufficient. If he will sign this agreement, I ask that he be released in his own recognizance." Then Mr. Content handed to Saschse this document, which jafter reading carefully, he signed It read : 1 certify that my correct name is Arthur Wilhelm Heinrich John Aucher. an employe of his, asked to tee all passports, and |Saschse and that my residence in this country is at 221 llighwete arrested as being the men i expected to find seven men to fit from whom the passports were the warrant they had with them. obtained. K'urode was f<>r However, thev could unearth eighteen years in the forwarding only four. department of Oelrichs & Co., One of these was Arthur WilTHE WOUNDED A MARCH in the ranks hard pressed, and the road unknown, A route through a heavy wood, with muffled steps in the darkness; Our army foiled with loss seveie, and the sullen remnant retreating; Till after midnight glimmer upon us the lights of a dim-lighted building. We come to an open space in the woods, and halt by the dimlighted building; *Tis a large old chinch, at the crossing roath—'tis now an impiomptu hospital; — Entering but for a minute, I see a sight beyond all the pictures and poems ever made: Shadows of deepest, deepest black, just lit by moving candles and lamps. And by one great pitchy torch,Stationary, with wild red flame, and clouds of smoke; By these, crowds, groups of forms, vaguely I see, on the floor, some in the pews laid down; At my feet moie distincily. a soldier, a mere lad, in danger of bleeding to death, the is shot in the abdomen;) staunch the bl>od temporarily, (the youngster's face is white as a lily;) Then before I depart I sweep my eyes o'er the scene, fain to absorb it all; Faces, varieties, postures beyond description, most in obscurity, some of them dead; Suigeonsoperating, attendants holding lights, the smell of ether, the odour of blood; The crowd, O the crowd of the bloody forms of soldiers —the yard outsifU also filled; Some on the bate ground, some on planks or stretchers, some in the death spasm sweating; An occasional scream or cry, the doctor's shouted orders or calls; The glisten of the little steel instruments catching the glint of 1 V the torches ; "her^I resume as I chant—I see again the forms, 1 smell the ">dour ; ear outside the orders given, Fall in. my men. Fall in. } bmd to the dying lad —his eyes open -a half smile i* he me ; jbs closed, calmly closed : And I speed forth to the irehing, as ever in darkness marching, on in the rn road still marching. agents in this city for the N rth German Lloyd Steamship Coin panv. He left them about a month ago, and set up i 1 the Maritime Building, near the Battery,an office under the guise of a general shipping agent It was here that the Government officials believe the passport plot was carried on. When Carl Lody, the German spy who was executed in the Tower of London was undei investigation in England.it came out that he had used a false passport as an American citizen. The Department of Justice took note of that and proceeded to investigate Acting Division al Superintendent Joseph A Baker was put in charge and he ascertained that American pass ports had come into favor among German reservists on account of the respect with which they were treated by the Allies. At one time they had been using freelv Swiss and Roumanian passports, but these had come under suspicion in Europe and in spite of the difficulty of getting them the American variety wai much preferred. Information reached Mr. Baker that a party of Germans were preparing to sail yesterday afternoon by the Bergenfjord from the Bush Terminal for Bergen, Norway. He sent one squad of agents over to Brooklyn and with another set a watch on the office of Ruroede. The Brooklyn men reported at first that there was nothing sus picious. They had an idea that they were themselves being waiched near the docks, but no one resembling a German turned up until just before the hour of sailing. Then they saw three or four men come hurriedly aboard and they at once telephoned to Mr. Baker in Manhattan. helm I leinrich Saschse, an engineer living at 221 Highbrook Avenue, Pelham Heights, who is employed it) this city. He was travelling under a passport made out to Howard Paul Wright. He is a Sergeant in the Laudwehr and was trying to brook Avenue, Pelham heights, N. V. I sailed today from the Bush Terminal Do. 1." Brook lynonthesteamshipBe! ^'nfjor," 1 was arrested after the sltf^J passed into the harbor, rank in the'German Ami that of Sergeant of infantr !" I desire to be my own recognizance, anc this is done I give my wort mnorasan officer and a ger rejoin his regiment. Then there 1 man that I will keep theUn were Walter Muller, who posed States District Attorney of Ne as Herbert S. Wilson; August] York advised as to my •' -r Mayer, whose passport called | a h 0 uts and I will not leav3 7 ti him Peter Hansen, and Peter City of New York or Pell 1 Wegener, who was supposed to be Stanley F, Martin. These three men, who seemed to be barely 20 years old., said they were employed by the Chile Saltpetre Company and had on lv just arrived from Chile They had never served in the German Army and were going back as volunteers. They submitted to their arrest quietly enough and Saschse remarked that at any rate his wife would be very glad to hear in university duels. Heights until the proceeding if terminated in which I have been arrested. I also agree on receipt, of notice from the United State! District Attorney immediate] to surrender myself and give bail in this proceeding. $5,000 Ball for Three. Saschse is a graduate of liti delberg and bears on the left side of his mouth across his fact a long scar such as are earned of it. Their passports were signed by Secretary of State Bryan and the descriptions written in the margin fitted them roughly. The photographs were undoubtedly those of the men arrested and it -vas noticed that they had supplied them themselves. They were taken in dif ferent styles so that it seemed clear that the organization on which had furnished them had in >t undertaken at the same time to supply portraits. When the men had been brought back to Manhattan they were taken first to the Secret Service Office and were then arraigned before Commissioner Houghton in the Federal Build ing. Ruroede was charged with conspiring to defraud the United States and after a brief conversation agreed to waive examination. Bail was fixed at $20,000, which it was impossible for him When it came to the other three men taken from the Bergenfjord, however, Mr. Content explained that as they had only just come from Chile and had no friends in the city, and ae they were not even in the German army, he must ask bail of $5,ocx) a piece. Then young Ruroede, a freshlooking schoolboy, was arraigned. Mr. Content said it was evident that what he had done, he had done under the influence of his father, and that as he way living at Brooklyn and still at school it would be unjustifiable to send him to prison. Ml required was his back at 10 o'clocl the District Al This was readill ter a few mini father youi t home. 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Mill TO SUBSCRIBERS
Cc
rs ,i> The Tribune
ami upwarrk an
(i ni't tii pay siib
ns to the carriers but
the Office, or tfl
t<>r from the Office,
also t<> report to the Office
any neglect on the part ol
the carrieii to deliver their
paper. > >< "
LATEST WAR NEWS
Nulllua awddlclua |\ir*r In verba, ma.glalrl.
Balrvg bound to iwr to the Uolmni of no M*.ator.
"THE TRIBUNE-
WANTS ADVTS.
rOR RESULT
ADVERTISE IN
"THE TRIBUNE"
Special RttH to Yearly
, Adwrttoon

Vol.Xn. No. 46.
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 16. 1915.
Price. THREE CENTS.
GET 4 RESERVISTS
IN PASSPORT PLOT
Taken Off Ship at Quarantine and German Agents
Jailed in" Wide Conspiracy.
PRESIDENT IS INFORMED
Big Organization To Send 1,000 Army Officers Home
With Fraudulent Papers.
MAURICE DEICHES ARREtTEP
Carl kurocde and Others Held in Heavy RailSur-
veyor Rush Exposes the Scheme.
CHASING the Norwegian-
American liner Bergenfjord
from her dock at the Bush Ter
minal down the bay t<> Quaran-
tine vestenlay afternoon, the
United States revenue cutter
Manhattan called on her there
to halt. Secret Service officers
boarded her and picked out
from her passengers four young
Germans. They were on their
way to Germany to join the
armv, hut they were travelling
under false names and with
American passports issued to
American citizens.
The passports were genuine
enough, but as they had been
gTanted to other persons the
travelers were arrested on the
charge of having conspired to
defiaud the United States and
were brought back to t lis city.
It is the passports which par-
ticularly interested the Govern-
ment officials. One o( their
prisoners.Arthur Wilhelm Hem
rich Saschse, lived in this city,
but the other three, Walter
Muller, August Mayer, and Peter
Wegener, had only recently ar-
rived from Chile, where they
worked for a mining company.
They spoke no English It was
thought curious that they should
be able to gain possession of
genuine American passports in
the ciicumstances,and the Gov
eminent officials believe that in
making these arreststhev have
come upon a widespread con-
spiracy, the object of which was
to send over under the protec
lion of the American flag hun
dreds of German reservists and
volunteers.
On these passports were plio
tographs of their bearers. They
were affixed to the upper left
hand corner, and half on the
photographs & half on the b<>dy
of the passport was the imprest
of the seal of the State Depart,
ment. None of the Government
officials was able last night to
suggest how it would be possi-
ble for the photographs of a man
who had borrowed some one
else's passport to get it impress
ed with the Government stamp
unless some organization had
managed to obtain the use of
the Government's mark of
guarantee.
Shipping Agent Arreated.
At the same time that the four
men were being arrested down
the bay, Carl Uuroede of 1,621
Forty-sixth St. Brooklyn, his
seventeen-vear-old son, and
He gave orders for the revenue
cutter to sail from the Battery
and set off to round up Ruroede
He met him in Whitehall Street
with Aucher, and the latter put
up a fight, but the Government
agents quickly overpowered him
and with Ruroede and his young
son, who came along at about
the same time, he was marched
up to the Secret Service offices
in the Park Row Building.
There Assistant District Attor-
neys Harold A. Content and
John C. Knox were awaiting
them and they were kept under
arrest all the afternoon until the
expedition down the bay had
returned.
Get Four Aboard Ship.
Aboard the cutter Manhattan
were nine Secret Service men
and two customs Inspectors tin
der Secret Service Operative
Adams. As they ovei hauled the
3ergenfjord at Quarantine they
called on her to halt and let
down a ladder. They boarded
her and proceeded to go through
the cabin passenger list. Thev
to get last night, as it was
ly 9 o'clock before the
arraignment took place.
Pevrole for Garmnn Officer!
Then Mr. Content took u > thr
case of Saschse and said :
"The defendant is a German
officer of reserve going to rejoin
his regiment. He now holds a
rank corresponding to Sergeant,
and has been promised a com
mission on his return. It does
not seem to the Govern u.ent
necessary to exact bail in this'
case. The men arrested with the
false passports are merely the
tail end of the conspiracy."
"This defendant is a German
officer, and I suggest to your
Honor that his word to return
will be quite sufficient. If he
will sign this agreement, I ask
that he be released in his own
recognizance."
Then Mr. Content handed to
Saschse this document, which
jafter reading carefully, he sign-
ed It read :
1 certify that my correct name
is Arthur Wilhelm Heinrich
John Aucher. an employe of his, asked to tee all passports, and |Saschse and that my residence
in this country is at 221 lligh-
wete arrested as being the men i expected to find seven men to fit
from whom the passports were the warrant they had with them.
obtained. K'urode was f<>r
However, thev could unearth
eighteen years in the forwarding only four.
department of Oelrichs & Co., One of these was Arthur Wil-
THE WOUNDED
A MARCH in the ranks hard pressed, and the road unknown,
A route through a heavy wood, with muffled steps in the
darkness;
Our army foiled with loss seveie, and the sullen remnant re-
treating;
Till after midnight glimmer upon us the lights of a dim-lighted
building.
We come to an open space in the woods, and halt by the dim-
lighted building;
*Tis a large old chinch, at the crossing roath'tis now an im-
piomptu hospital;
Entering but for a minute, I see a sight beyond all the pic-
tures and poems ever made:
Shadows of deepest, deepest black, just lit by moving candles
and lamps.
And by one great pitchy torch,Stationary, with wild red flame,
and clouds of smoke;
By these, crowds, groups of forms, vaguely I see, on the floor,
some in the pews laid down;
At my feet moie distincily. a soldier, a mere lad, in danger of
bleeding to death, the is shot in the abdomen;)
staunch the bl>od temporarily, (the youngster's face is white
as a lily;)
Then before I depart I sweep my eyes o'er the scene, fain to ab-
sorb it all;
Faces, varieties, postures beyond description, most in obscurity,
some of them dead;
Suigeonsoperating, attendants holding lights, the smell of ether,
the odour of blood;
The crowd, O the crowd of the bloody forms of soldiers the
yard outsifU also filled;
Some on the bate ground, some on planks or stretchers, some in
the death spasm sweating;
An occasional scream or cry, the doctor's shouted orders or calls;
The glisten of the little steel instruments catching the glint of
1 V the torches ;
"her^I resume as I chantI see again the forms, 1 smell the
">dour ;
ear outside the orders given, Fall in. my men. Fall in.
} bmd to the dying lad his eyes open -a half smile
i* he me ;
jbs closed, calmly closed : And I speed forth to the
irehing, as ever in darkness marching, on in the
rn road still marching.
agents in this city for the N rth
German Lloyd Steamship Coin
panv. He left them about a
month ago, and set up i 1 the
Maritime Building, near the
Battery,an office under the guise
of a general shipping agent It
was here that the Government
officials believe the passport plot
was carried on.
When Carl Lody, the German
spy who was executed in the
Tower of London was undei in-
vestigation in England.it came
out that he had used a false
passport as an American citizen.
The Department of Justice took
note of that and proceeded to
investigate Acting Division
al Superintendent Joseph A
Baker was put in charge and he
ascertained that American pass
ports had come into favor among
German reservists on account of
the respect with which they
were treated by the Allies. At
one time they had been using
freelv Swiss and Roumanian
passports, but these had come
under suspicion in Europe and
in spite of the difficulty of get-
ting them the American variety
wai much preferred.
Information reached Mr. Ba-
ker that a party of Germans
were preparing to sail yesterday
afternoon by the Bergenfjord
from the Bush Terminal for
Bergen, Norway. He sent one
squad of agents over to Brook-
lyn and with another set a
watch on the office of Ruroede.
The Brooklyn men reported at
first that there was nothing sus
picious. They had an idea that
they were themselves being
waiched near the docks, but no
one resembling a German turned
up until just before the hour of
sailing. Then they saw three
or four men come hurriedly
aboard and they at once tele-
phoned to Mr. Baker in Man-
hattan.
helm I leinrich Saschse, an engi-
neer living at 221 Highbrook
Avenue, Pelham Heights, who
is employed it) this city. He was
travelling under a passport
made out to Howard Paul
Wright. He is a Sergeant in
the Laudwehr and was trying to
brook Avenue, Pelham heights,
N. V. I sailed today from the
Bush Terminal Do. 1." Brook
lynonthesteamshipBe! ^'nfjor,"
1 was arrested after the sltf^J
passed into the harbor,
rank in the'German Ami
that of Sergeant of infantr
I desire to be
my own recognizance, anc
this is done I give my wort
mnorasan officer and a ger
rejoin his regiment. Then there 1 man that I will keep theUn
were Walter Muller, who posed States District Attorney of Ne
as Herbert S. Wilson; August] York advised as to my ' -r
Mayer, whose passport called |ah0uts and I will not leav37ti
him Peter Hansen, and Peter City of New York or Pell 1
Wegener, who was supposed to
be Stanley F, Martin. These
three men, who seemed to be
barely 20 years old., said they
were employed by the Chile
Saltpetre Company and had on
lv just arrived from Chile They
had never served in the German
Army and were going back as
volunteers.
They submitted to their ar-
rest quietly enough and Saschse
remarked that at any rate his
wife would be very glad to hear in university duels.
Heights until the proceeding if
terminated in which I have been
arrested. I also agree on receipt,
of notice from the United State!
District Attorney immediate]
to surrender myself and give
bail in this proceeding.
$5,000 Ball for Three.
Saschse is a graduate of liti
delberg and bears on the left
side of his mouth across his fact
a long scar such as are earned
of it. Their passports were
signed by Secretary of State
Bryan and the descriptions writ-
ten in the margin fitted them
roughly. The photographs were
undoubtedly those of the men
arrested and it -vas noticed that
they had supplied them them-
selves. They were taken in dif
ferent styles so that it seemed
clear that the organization on
which had furnished them had
in >t undertaken at the same time
to supply portraits.
When the men had been
brought back to Manhattan they
were taken first to the Secret
Service Office and were then ar-
raigned before Commissioner
Houghton in the Federal Build
ing.
Ruroede was charged with
conspiring to defraud the United
States and after a brief conver-
sation agreed to waive examina-
tion. Bail was fixed at $20,000,
which it was impossible for him
When it came to the other
three men taken from the Ber-
genfjord, however, Mr. Content
explained that as they had only
just come from Chile and had
no friends in the city, and ae
they were not even in the Ger-
man army, he must ask bail of
$5,ocx) a piece.
Then young Ruroede, a fresh-
looking schoolboy, was arraign-
ed. Mr. Content said it was
evident that what he had done,
he had done under the influence
of his father, and that as he way
living at Brooklyn and still at
school it would be unjustifiable
to send him to prison. Ml re-
quired was his
back at 10 o'clocl
the District Al
This was readill
ter a few mini
father youit
home. L
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THE' TRirtUNE NASSAU. BAHAMAS
l. (.ilbkkt dui'VOH, Jeffort of a destructive strug-
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er, and not only is this true
with respect to animal and
a table lifi bul 1
ly true with all th 01 iis t- '',
tions that constitute human
10 iei v ; it is confined lo no -.'"-
single one of them all.
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smallest degree novel or excit
iii_:
In the lir-t place," sli>- -..ins,
"I wish 1" stair my firm belief
thai i"" 'i'> should not trj to
le r (1; that it siiouhl exist sim-
ply I is a created bi But)
.. d sometii ies the l aut\ ci
,i 1 ., iti que Does an\
n, 1 i 1,1--.111 v in
"Challenge" volume is that they
directly follow die classical tra-
ditions ul English poetry, the
best of them < xistiug by reason
ol the master!) mobility oMr.
I intermi j er's m'rti ical techni
que. Vi 1 \ 11:ii- 1. the same is
true 1 f Mi--- Low 1 II She makes
I- I) experiment
thai i I ':. iheat-
lixcess 1 if 1 )uts.
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r Ral 1 liiw
inserti >n; tl | line
11 I ill-'-' Ii 11 ir<
. lubsquenl in
Zbc {Tribune
SATcKUAY. January 16. I'l.
pro\ es > I ihall
of the awful cata- Ma
tions 1 1 the physii al law s ol
nature, rlurrii am s,tornado< s,
earthquake's, fires. Take the
I. ml tie earthquake at Avez-
zano and other tow ns. Were ['lie
1913.
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these also I i Ii >gii al net 1
ties ? Were the inhabitants,
physically or mentally we ifc,
1 1 el ins 1 >r goil res, so thai
their survi' mid be .1
living tnenai 1 to mankind.
--------------------------I en are som I g
published at 7 p.m. i i rathei zealots who tell us
___________._ that God has a plan for tin
"lie ot e\erv one of his ci
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699
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"t'lS
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! follow
rdav in''iinn'; .
Mr. ami Mrs. J. \ 1'aylor, Mis,
h. C.Cornell, U C Wilson, A
P. Le;ght<>n, VV. \i .1' nes, Mrs
B. C 1, Miss M iry Co ip
Vliss VI K ui" \ \.
Mrs. IS. Wild. .. Mi! "i Mi I
VI. (3o . ( 1 1 Ira
I rs I 1 Wot
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I last fifty 5 eai i temt t a,,'... i form a
tainly not "tin- men ol the riated with M. I'aul Fnrt, "a
"Certainly not their great- fluid and changing Inim, now
er pre-Raphaelite predecessors, prose, now rhese ex-
' to renn I 1 [ohn Keats perimenl an in th of lit-
havi
suhj :
the prevailing law of poetry I 1
hail a century that tin re
certain qua
lion against it, and no little"up-
and "hun >pi-
'. no little men raw inati i
al of living, are I ing offen d i
111 ill- name ul tetrj men
formless no 1 From
Ii ".!. ill dailv expenei 1
passionate protests ol thi
.111 no late reformer.
t with.
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burl. and I 1 .ui-
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boh uni 'ii w rote tures
chap ell, VI
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. Mr-. Geo. A. (i
'is thai unk, A ' i'e of your si uu
i 1 seems Richard C \\ Is %
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midst of the
lictiug n opinions
surrounding us we are in a
sea 1 if di ubl. and
k 'tit th .11 [iroblem
of life bv I11111. I
liimsi If. It is a
I': ught il uuld
ife to laud.
VI. UVpain Gol
the pel sent si
1 bei.n'g the I.
is so ma ly tl on-
lv tlie first of a ser of ti
I iheavals, but of t:
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Miss Amy Lowell'a Poems ,in 1
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he a'1. How 1 i: an the
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Which I
I wed to fill with
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I I ave unnamed
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1 nt, Hiid ian- rlas+i and
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1 a new
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\ tion which
ads is Wai
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Vhlitarj
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I he Administrai >ks us snatched ai of i
hi. tunce that, until fui tin y discril
noti e, th Gardens al i" -i.l-.
1 HUH lit 11.Ml
ICIll
d
I with,
- >u1 it, an unhealthy
1 n1 will follow,
. . rj -id-
i real ch ilization.
I the tin ry ol animal
able life which I
' : et forth by Dai in,
-p. n nd Wallaa .
p -dint heir immortal
. 1 selection,"
rin r exisl nee,
and the "- I of 1 e fitt-
est.
Dr. 1 Hull y A.
1 in.. tor of Physical Culture
at Havard, t ikes issue
prefer io say, joins issui ")
with the greal German Mili-
ajicl shows thai the
ning of tin
o. fists with
are familiar,
lest in the
we
be
opi n ever) Mon d j a n d
day from 4 to i p.m. to
land ii si ri
i. view them on p I of
11 shilling ad mis on. \|]
procei ds will be d. to
rile Snssnu (iuardl
Relief Fund.
We are ask dto s it .
\.lininisti.it. ii id
Hart- Liennetl are n living in
(i. ivernmenl I [< usi 1 e \
tors' I'><"ik will be 1.mud at
their pi i\ ate residi 11 km iw n
as "Colonial S ei e t a r v's
:. 1;
General Post Or
Mi ssau, 16th Jan ai
The PostOffii e w ill
for two hours on 1
17111 inst. .hi arrival of s. s
"Me> ieo'" from New V'ork I
the delivei v of mad.
we up one or two for
1 irecidti
Ii'' el) 1 "- r Sl 11 LI III i ,,
bi dli mi nil tin
1 i 1 ed tin hi | ol '
hi lisni.
MR I i.'.i: e I" : in Ids
"Vale," ...it he u-
Ilia
iked
torai xaojtudi and
of coh e 1
-..-ii masters
luli I tain,
tic, like
;all
1 with the
..( die.ms. Q |, j 1
\ ..ul.I d. 1 -, roi {to tl
n\ ol< 1. .1 souls. Miss
with itsneo HI has a remarl, ible gift. I
ithintr, rather than , .,,( ,;| ,|n. dra.
1 mali rative 11.-,- ,1,, ra
' w |,; nmi, or ., ,, isintensi lydrama"
. entry Patmore
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Ira math 1 1
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' hingsiii so- 1 ,. Her style is
' ;i,;,li "Vl ,s ill,:r i:|- red even to dandyism i it
1 el) rhymed and ndyism includes
so skirtfulh iii.nliiiai.d to"th. |play;soshe lives
rhytlim .,1 the spavin" voles' || ,. ;i.:, as ror ,h(,
ill therxeelh m es ,. hi.r
banned 1 r "vers lib e," wu | isof theverliblestufi
"""' l""1'1 "r"'"' J.1 i,i mi end thisreluc-
1 !:;'! '' l'""- b.evitv .d prai 1 with this
nan'th iresquelove
\\ Ii. 11 H i inspiration ib in new or revolutionary in the i\ric, entitil
at an how I id one onh rs of itl
:o:
Total Emigration hgun s
is. is me foi the j irs tg 13 and
if war,

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I will 1 '
of foi in, and 1 will l
in tatki with his
a
V'n k 1 li
' vi t a I i t y; and it 1 -.
I
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hod
ul them to iheii public
['he) do 1 leii work md leave it
; 1 for itself, Vli
Low .-II might just a well
followed th Such
good wine as she 1 >fl
no su 0 Mend-
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pi nt tc 1 in. i .. .1 11 iw of origi
ty, with a small endow m
61 real poetic 11 eling, and scan -
any 1 *pi 11. Ittun ol "pi
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it in i' i ill..... ,1,1 tliaa a
lie intensiu and an un
\ ul ,
I he VVi >ndi 1
V> 1 :;o l.( .
walh me that I
. 1 led -i.
in ever) eye
wayfarer looks
l.acli ploddin
up in i! /. ,
blinded b) 1 iin u w haze
I lie stnfl of hapoii
comaion austerity ol poetic re- 11J1 ,ss'
1 fore, those employ Wh,?h W ""'
llotl
it b an moil skilled in
thi > r 111.11 nirtcrs. ami
these me cannot but m ite, wlial
thei
ii least often,
Mi. Louis [j iti 1 mej
1. came out with
a 1 ambitii us 11ainfest 11 ..n mo
'i nil v in i etry, yet the main
hui'd (..Ids
Ol" peacock p. Ids.
Before m\ I
paved wa\
Flushes beneath its
M)' sl I tinged
' bright,
Ii seems a mvri.'W
HI Iti
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THE TRIBUNE NASSAU. BAHAMAS
Around me is t'e sound <>f
* steepled bells
All rich perfumed smells
Hang like a wind forgotten
cloud,
And shroud
I'H'KKD DP
Rome :- The extent of the
Italian disaster increase* as fur
ther news from the devastated
area arrived. The estimates of
fatalities rearh 20.000 and mini
,. ......'I'lwitwiiiu.wiiiiiKiniiiii.
Me tromclose contact with the jber of injured 50.000 Hundreds,
world
I dwell impearled.
You blazon me with jeweled
insignia,
A flaming nebula
Rims in my life. An dyet
You set
The word upon me, uncoufessed
To go ungui'ssecl.
COMMUNICATED.
Western District,
Nassau N. P,
161I1 January 1915.
To The Kdit .i Tribune.
Dear Sir
perhaps thousands, of victims
are still buried beneath ruins,
while rescuers struggle desper
ately to release them.
King Victor personally head-
ed one band of rescuers and re-
leased a number at Avezzana.
He returned to Rome u ith forty-
wounded persons
The principal loss of life and
damage to property is around
the region of Avezzane. People
in the affected districts are bad
Iv in need of food and medicines.
Some minor earthquake shocks
were I'h today at remote points
'........ ,........... " *......v ,,.....
Please allow me a little space [Communication by rail aud wire
in your valuable paper to bring!'8 sl'" interrupted in many
to the notice of the authorities
the number of disrepetable
youn ggirls at large along the
Esplanade at night.
Respectable people can scar-
cely enjoy their walks fearing
molestation.
I do hope Sir, that the police
will begin to be on special dutv
in this district, otherwise no
good person would be able tol
walk along ilie beach after sun-
down.
Yours Sir.
VISITOR.
NOTES FROM GRAND*;
BAHAMA.
We have found oul a
weeks ago a nice Cave on a
Cay that will suit Kmperor
William belter than St. Hele-
na after the war if King
George will give him to us. attempt against
We are sure that he wom es-
cape off this Off Cay, so Eng-
land will hive peace for ever
if we c inget him there, and
that is what we want.
is
places.
Chicago : M i\ wheat made
another advance, amid strong
foreign lidding, lo 14^
Washington ;- The British
Embassy today issued a state-
ment that ships detained in
British prize courts will he per-
mitted to give bond nltd be re-
leased if the judge of the court
allows ibis course.
London :()nlv mill" gagements are reported on
either side in the Western scne
of war The Allies have retired
under heavy hie fr>m some ex-
posed positions along the River
\isne Northeast of S lissons The
Allies have made advances he
tween Arrasand Lille capturing
BW a German position and destrov
ing an ammunition Supplv
station.
In Poland ihe Germans are
making pre pa rat ions for another
Warsaw from
West and South. Large masses
of German troops are also re-
ported as having arrived in
Hungary to aid the Austrians in
effoi 1 to dislodge the Russian*
in Northern Hungary ami
Bukowinfl
The Turkish troops wfiich
invaded I'ersia are continuing
their advance towards Ispahan.
The population of Maubeuge
is in due predicament for waul
of food. There is no sail nr
Hie
man battlecruiser Von Dm Tann
off the province of Rio Grande
do \orte, Brazil.
In the dispatches from South
American ports that followed
Admiral von Spec's victory ovei
the British squadron, on Nov. 1.
off Chile, the German battle
cruiser Von Der Tann was twice
mentioned as having j-iined the
German ships. Navy men dis-
credited this, because the pas-
sage of the Von Der Tann from
the German base behind lleligo
land had not been noted.
The Von Der Tann. a unique
battle-cruser of her class, was
built in 1910. Her displacement
was i.).[ ,0 tons, and her com-
plement 910 olii, ers and men
I ler best speed has been 28.I
knots an hour
Her armament consisted of
eight 11 inch guns, arranged in
four turrets, two to a turret. All
these guns could be used
September Arabi was beaten
at lei el-Kebia.
1883 Dual Control abolished
though France objected, and
Single Control l,y Britain
established Major Baring
1 Lord Cromer) nominated
British Resident. Sudan
abandoned by British Gov.
ernment in November.
1884.Sudan Expedition sanc-
tioned. General Gordan ar-
rives in Khartum in February-
Convention of London defin-
ing Great Britain's position in
Egypt signed in June.
1885fall of Khartum and
death of General Gordan in
January. An Egyptian loan of
ible for them here. Thev wl
therefore, in a very differ
position from Mr. Sasche.
The New York Times
January 3 1915.
1
RELIQIOUS SERVICES
SUNDAY, JANUARY 17
ST. MATTHEWS OHUROtj
Church and Shirley Sts.
Rw. \V. S. Lowll, Rector.
II Epiphany
7.15 a m Holy Communion.
M.iitin-. and Sermon. 10.15 a i
School. 3 30 pin. Junior
4 30 p m. Senior Catechism
Evensong. Church Parade
Volunteer hire Unmade.
War Anthem.
ST. MA ROAM
9,000,000 is guaranteed by Sundays, Evensong and Ad.nc j
the 1'oxvers in March III Oc fn'"s. Evensong and AddressJ
.ob, si, h, won .iKs aar,st.ttjss?
tne first Convention of Lon R*otAfdUyj.Browut,Rtctor.
don fixing Conditions for the |Hl,'.V Communion 130a.m. Matin*U
'a.m. Missa Cantata and Sermon 10,'
withdrawal
troops
of the British
arranged fiv
>r. >d -
side or four ahead and four as 1886. The Sudan evacuated
ichguns,! 1887Sir Henry Wolfi signs
the Second Convention of
Constantinople in May, but
the Sultan refuses, under
French and Russian piessure,
to ratify it
1888.Reorganisation of Egypt
actively commenced.
1889. Rising of the Dervishes.
1 s <:. Death of tne Khedive
Tewfik. Accession of Abbas
II. in April. >ir Herbert
Kitchener succeeds Sir Iran-
1 is Cm nfell in command of
the Egyptian Army
1896.Conquest of the Sudan
begun.
1898.- Matties of Atbara and
Omdurman and til-; crushing
of the Dervishes, (Sept.)
on 11 broadside
with two also trained asteu.
Finally there were sixteen 34.
pounders and four 18 inch sub
merged torpedo tubes, one bow,
One stein, and two broadside.
The Invincible, which was
\dmiral Sturdee's tl igship when
he sank von Spee's sq iadmn >ff
the Falkland Islands on Dec. 8,
i- similar to the Von Der Tan in
number and arrangement of
turrets, onl) her turrets contain
13 inch guns instead of I 1 "s.
The rest of her armament is
lighter. Her speed is a trifle
swiftei
How Britain
Went tj Egypt
THE STORIES OF TEL-EL-KEBIR
AND KHARTUM.
SoleimiK\
2nd. The Hoys Cadet Corps
attended Service On Christ
mas Day at St Stephen's
Church.
In the afternoon they call-
ed at the Residence of the
Commissioner, the Public burning oil in the town.
School'Teacher and the Capt. ^erm*n i,rir,s Hacing pnivi-
of the Corps. sums beyond reach.
The Corps carried in front Ru8S.,.a '* "*hro'ra'l.across
r., in ri-- \iongolia where Ira I.is have
ol their ranks a I'hot" (d King r >, ... ,
b ue\er run befoie It is admit ed
lting then respective spheres
of influence in Central Africa.
15:7.Turkev conquered a,,(| (March).
occupied Kgvpt, winch be- I*'0*'On April 8 Anglo-French
declaration signed giving
Great Britain a free hand in
Egypt and France a freehand
a.m Catechism i p.m.
song and Sermon 7 DJD.
V\ M k I lay Services
I. W Mass daily 7.30 exce|.t^fatuii!ayi.
Evensong Monday. TuesdayTrrid Thurs-
day 5.30 p.m. Wed. and Friday 7 p.m.
ST. KKANOIS XAVlBR'a c'ltl'KCn
West Street
Rev. Chrysostvm Schreiner. O.S.B.,
Vicar Furant
Mass andSerm on 11 a.m. Sermon an<:
Benediction 5 pm. Weak-dive Maei 7 am
ACRID HKART OHAPBL
East Shirley Street.
Mass A- Sermon 9 am Benediction 4 pm.
ST ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Puncei Street
Rev S. J. Hennett, Pastor.
Morning 11 a.m. Evening 7 p.m.
ZIo.N BAPTIST CHCRC'H
Cornet East and Shirley Sts.
Rev. Chas. A. Dann, Pastor.
11 a in. Rev. C. A. Dann. 7 pin. Ret
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BAPTIST CNION CHURCH
Parliament St.
AV .'. Wihkcre, Potter.
Singing, Prayer, Sermon, 11 a.m., 7 p m
Sundav School, 3 p m.
Irench arnvec. at lashoda Iwf.si.kyan mktiiodist CHCROfl
July io, and evaluated it on KBKNBZKH
Dec II Rev. F. J. I'aine, I'astirr
.-.,. Agreement signed by u.itt2i&Wf-is-
r ranee and Great Britain lim- F.J Pa t
CHRISTIAN BCIENCH
I ay Street, above Dank of \ssau
Sundav II am. and Wed
George on h pole draped with
the English flag, and at in-
by members of the Russian I.e.
gation that an agreement In-
tervals shouted Long Live tween China and Russia has
King George, and ti;e. little
fellows danced away as hap-
py as the; day is long
It was astonishing to see
the boys st rain ing iheii voices
for joy when they were rail-
ed upon to sing God Save
our King The boys were
given refreshments at each
call visit.
3rd. The potato fields li' re
have had t o much rain. A'l
lip.ve rotted.
;o;
Latest War News,
been reached.
The Kmperor of Japan iia-
conferred the order of the
Wising Sun on Mritish officers
who took part in the r*cettt op-
era 1 ions in 1 he siege of Tsingtau.
January i*>t 1 1915
London, January loth.
Governor,
Bahamas
came a Turkish Pashajik.
1798. Napoleon Bonaparte in-
vaded Kgvptand afterwards
Syria, with the object nf gain-
ing a Stepping stone towards
India. Nelson deh a ted the
Irench Beet in the Battle of
the Nile, and General Abei
Crombie's I'xpedition landed.
l8oi.~ French evacuation of
Eg) 1 t .ux\ the Sultan's autho-
rity was restored
iSo',. Mohammad Ali became
Pasha of Kgvp:, after defeat-
ing the Mamelukes,the owners
of the soil.
1807.The Second British Ex-
pedition to Kgypl.
Ali seemed.
in Morocco, Similar declara-
tions were made by Germany,
Austria, and Italy.
1907.Lord Cromer resigns in
April Ins post as British Agent
and Consul General;succeed-
ed by Sir Eldon Gorst.
1908."Nationalist" ferment
excited by the Young Turk
movement in Turkey.
1911.Karl Kitchener becomes
British Agent and Consnl-
(ieneral.
-"The Daily Mail Over-seas
Edition."
008PEL iiai .
Dowdeawell ami Chriatiaj
Gospel McetniK. Evening at it
GOSPEL HAl.lI
Dowdeswell Street (near Victol
^^ ihip niec'.irii; at II a i
School, 3 p m (, pelpreacln1
!i
!P7!
WANT
January
on, 151
Governor,
London, 15th.
i
^th 1915
Bahamas.
Official news January 15th:
T|ie#Krench government reports
th^wrecking -! < ieiman trench
lorth of Rove, at Vreitny,
Soisso is the Germans ob-
OCal successes mil the
viii_: In damage to
sed h\ Hoods have
ll einselves on the
the Aisne.
rn I '< Tincl Russi 1 n
irds iMve occupied
sd)
A\ \UCOURT.
I 1 I I I I I I 1 t I W^ X-|^....^ *^MO. ^"KO
Olficial news January 16. 1875.British Gverninentbu>s
The French Government re- Ismail's shares for/^ooo.ooo.
I-,, the enemy's positions 1876-kgypt bankrupt and
carried near the road from Commission of Inquiry set up
. 1 11 1 1 n to inquire into her financial
1 84 1 Moliamm 1
through Lord PalmerStOn, the (Continued From Firat Page)
hereditar> possession of Egypt, Uucher, was arraigned, and as
paying a tribute to the Sultan. h,e waived exam.nation he was
1854-1863.-Ke.gn of the Khe-||,|d j |.10,0011 bail and led ofl
dive ^a.d and the urant to lbv the Serret Service men.
Ferdinand de LessepS of the
right to cut the Suez Canal.
1B63. Reign of Khedive Ismail.
i8t,i) -Opening of Suez Canal
p 0P1ES of
THE SI
BUS" August 1913 (EJ
bition Number)
Apply
"1 ribune" Office
Notice
Tin
and the Public
Anas to Lille by brilliant
Zouave attacks. Saint Paul,
north of Soissons, entered by
the Germ ins has been re tak-
en,
The Russians arc advanc-
ing in Northern Poland. Sue-
cesful operations continue in
Caucasus.
HARCOUUT.
BIG GERMAN CRUISER SUNK
BY BRITISH P
BUENOS AIRES HEARS VON DER
TANN IS DESTROYED BY THE INVIN-
CIBLE OFF COAST OF BRAZIL.
'1
condition.
1870.--Nov. Establishment of
the Dual Control, by which a
British official superintended
the revenue and a I'lench of-
ficial the expenditure of Egypt.
187H. --Ismail act epis a Consti-
tutional Ministry.
1879 -Ismail deposed by Ihe
tlfvve Four Wltneesea.
Meanwhile four young men,
Kdward Douglass, Frederick
Merkel, Henry W. Clark, and
Rudolf MasChle, had been
brought in. rhey were stated
to be material witnesses and
\Wie held in $5>M) each. Mr.
Content would not discus- what
connection they had wilh the
conspiracy, stating thai th
inij.ht be further development
However, he wanted to make
it clear that the action of the
(lovernment in causing the ar-
rest of thee four Germans was
i* to inform my I'
n d
thai I have opened rny
Bhich Siiotli Shop; and am
ready to d<> anything in 1 I
Graftal reptiir 01 new yy rk
Sboeiog -Keciiilly. All < nrl d
Mechanically.
P. \. HtJYI ER.
REMOVAL
ON the tst February, 1915
it is our intention to ie-
moveThe Printing Establish
ment of 1 he 1 ribune" to the
Building at the Northeast
Corner of Shirley and Char-
lotte Streets.
Ilie Upper I'Toor consist-
of four rooms may be
*k>(1 from the 1st January,
1
enns mo
derate. On(
ICM 01 I I ICC I'llll VIll IIK1II3 WrlM ^ . 1_ -. ..;...
nnt to be.taken as meaning,hat ^ tl^^hole. May be v.ewec
I70 Ismail deposed hy tlie int to betaken as meaning that ^Sw.
sultan in June. In N'ovemhei the I'nited States had any oh- '' ;'l'Plirjfc
Dual Control was ie estab- jection to (ietinan reservists re- ' ^'U.w|
lished and governed Kgvpt for turning home if they could. It "V
iMied and governed Kgvpt for
two vears.
1881. Revolt of Arab:.
1882. May. Bomb II ment of
Alexandria bv British aiu
turning home if they could. It
only objected to the fraudulent
use of its passports, and was de-
termined t" Stop Fuch practices.
I'o Mr. Saschse, who protested
Buenos Aires. Jan. u It is re-
ported hen- that the British crui
ser Invincible has sunk the I
blench fleets In Jn 1 \ Great against Ins fellow travelers be-
Bri'.-un unites l"ra... e >.. help
quell the rebellion, France
refuses Garnet Wi ilsele>
Frej
ng held in bail, Mr. Content,
explained '.hat lhat was merely
L> i ause they came from Chile
'-.on land--a Viigu '. In and had no friends to bi respof
1
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* Pirs of our 7 5c. value
American SiJlf ll<-iri\,
or 4 fr.ii-. ol our 50c. value
A.nencan I .11 siei v,
or 4 P.ire of our 50c. Value.
Air.ci an C ' m-Lisle Hoaierj
or 6 Pe.tr* of Children's Hosiery.
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P O Box 224
DAYTON. OHIO. U. S. A
Telephone for Appointments 275
MRS. M. WATSON RUDD
At Hotel !Mi\sau
and Hotel Colonial
until >lst March
Chiropodist Cosmetician 4
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< >penson
Monday. Oct. 5 th
in Aurora Hall
on Charlotte Street.
I .; particulars apply to
Prof. G. G. Coffin, head mas-
1,1, or Mi. J. P. birnmt.
THOMAS M. KNOWLES
Is now pn to supplv
and deliver the purest milk
: m 1 >n I
Shii ley Stn posite Wil-
liams Street. ()rders maj b<
delivered at his Stoie on E ast
liay St. No. 528, 'Phone .\<>.
116. I delivery at from 7 a.m.
1.1 iii a.m., and from 1 p.m.
lo 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary
Bottles.
Many perms make milk im-
pure,
In Km>w I< s' milk
.ml ;
L' ok .it the bottles in which
its sold, at
Knowles who takes them all
around.
Milk like his m la< toni
eter,
In verification of its stren
Liqui 'i pura net impura
Knowlt s would n< go
that length.
OVER 1)00
Pa i PS
Boots and Shoes
being added to an already
replete stock
Williams Shoei
is again <>|lening up iwe oi
those Sample Lots u\ Boots
and* Shoes in a limited
nufhbei <>i sizes as ft illows
viz:
Mi n's B
11 1: n 11 to'
Women's Boots and h 1 -
in sizes from 3', to |1
Misses Bootsand Shoes n
from I 2 ', m 1
The advantage in purchas-
ing from this I it hi rs
who h ivi pui I ised before
1 an atte! t that \ou can
Ii t the sizes I fim a
large variety 1 up to-d
t\ |es .it pi i< es omsiderabh
. heaper 1 ban regular lines
kept in sti 11 k.
CALL EARLY
and secure your size at
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AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
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In- 1 nifv in stock the
""' '...' f^ \ house in D .wth svvt !'
. \ Si in l wo 1
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1 '"'-I'-'l Hall r-------i 1 iven Pineappl h has been prov-
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UNDERTAKER
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Dl'. -1' 11 11
III the I '
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of an tin.
Licit j
c r i- vuktn'gtc
.ec. i'ii.i
and a visit lo fields u
same will 1 unvince you.
\bU. Now is the time
ii' use ihis ,1" :., rease
) i 111 I omati ies,
TFNnrn" l'tta toes, Onions and all
W,, C, 5>, Oil b\
' nt r (-0111
til in 11 in 1 .f -. 1
1 Thursday the aisiJaiiuarj Uranic ' I --' the
.....1 1 h. s ti "w ln "! "l,n8 ^ ltrus
G'tiei "Hattie II. ki I erts" ei li..
Fruit and Wine Increase the
1 llwverylweM I cL.m K|,\\l : | 1 ,\ vnl I and growth ol old
i r. I \kUi\f",T< >.\ Citrus trees,
lors l-.siate John Alfred. K01 foTthci information
I''-' 1 1 1 I books on th< useof tin se
'" : '" ' ddresse. | ertilizers, please apply to
! t No. l fl( I "KLNNbll! SOLO\)aN WALTER K MOOHE
Shingles at-fq.fi 1 "^......... '": ,' ,
sand of 20 bundles lender lor Ilattie H. Huberts. ,,s_
Shingles
Dis< ounts on lots of o\ .
5000 shingles.
^T>B>cij%| Pfipp A' having JTVv^I LIS3"Ilt5
JjJCltatIl.il. ^against tl I | 4i-/\U
also on cheaper grades -als" John Alfred ire requested 1
-' 5'n. Cypress 1 t $6.72 p der the d n I |\ \. lionGalva
thousand of 20 bundles. I his ' I iow 1 idebted the |
thous 1 ii'I ol 20 bundles I ln-
madepossiblebva ven 'K !l'!''">
lr,r,r,. ,.,-. I, ,.,'. ""' ' '^ liXWUtOI |
large purchase.
, stock arriviu N| N
week.
C C SAUNDERS
NOTICE
1HIS is in inform the pub<
lie that if any person or
persons arc found trespai sing
on my lot of land sityate on
Forbes Hill in the fslandof
Little Lxuma, the", will be
dealt with accojfumg to the
f CLARKE
i< )wner)
AUKL
Jvcrscer)
k{J Exunia
GASOLINE
y X I "niiiis and io (gallon
* Cans. Pin c oni shill
per Gallon. All previous
price; cancelled. *fw
Oi (". S.\l NM RS^
East Baj St.
XI'.
Jan. 5th 1915.
NOTICE
XI IE Business In retofore
ried on bv the late lohn
ed w ill b ruied u
the s ime u;\'ni b\ the undei
sigm 'I Tiutees and I
to lus Ksl
\lr I'l.nrm e I horpt I in ing
nm, wli 1 has an inten I in the
business, will bi Managt 1 Un re
of.
KIWI. I :l Si ILOMON
C. T. PARKING ION
Trustees and I \ uiors
X.l-s in. I-' I || I.
C. T. ['ARUINGT' >\
1
i'iiIi Dec ,11.
look:
I 'Hi ivi ng Blank I
be had al 1'he 1 ibune"
Dutj Entry.
Ifree I'.niiv.
Warehouse Enti ies.
Sponging Artii
150^
ilion G
'I Iron Drums at i8cts
I .. Gallon.
In 10 gallon Cans at
I" 1. Gallon.
I >i mn- and Cans, n turnable
Full pailit nl. i al < Mine
"Fran es r Nassau X. I'.j
C. C. SAUNDERS
Ship's Reports.
WANTED
OLD BAHAMAS POSTAGE
STAMPS
One 6d. grey lilac
One 6d. (?re\ lilac sur-
charan 'I |d. One bd. grey vio-
let One \ King Edward. -
green or black,
Address L. GREY care <>f
TRJBl NT-.- 1 n< losing sam
In quantities at Special Rates pies' and pry es,
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finish.es
Johnson's Prepared Wax
plate fini'-li and polish foi .ill lurnitun
Woodwork and flimr*
Johnson's Wood Dve foi the artiatit
. ing of .ill wi l. '"It or haul
Johnson'a Under L<
tini 1 .'.civ much lupetiot :
vai tiish
Johnson's Flnt Wood Finish
iiii.l. arlistic, ha id nil
u ithoul "
Johnson's Io-st' Wood Fillerfoi
Bllini the drain an I
pmpni ins *\ \m
JohnBon's Powdered Wax '
room Boon.
FOR. SALf. BY
has. E. Albury
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great utility is vouched for by millions ot" contented
housewives who would not
be with'nit it. Sunlight
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reputation, it is absolutely
pure,and will not harm the
m l delicate ."aliric. Apiece
ol Sunjight Soap used in
\ 1 11 r next wash will con-
vince \"U ol its excellence.
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E 0 front discharsei i I
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