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the Operations in the West as un important skirmishes at various POlOts, In the East the Germans claim to have repulsed the Russian;, ID North Poland and to have rap. tureil several hundied prisoners on the Pilicin River. Russian reports say ndvances continue in East Prussia and that the Czars troops have occupied all Carpathian Passes and are moving forward after crossing into Iran sjlvania. A Copenhagen despatch to the New York Times says that Denmark haa prohibited the exportation ni flour causing Germany to lace further restrictions on bread output. I he wool famine has become so serious in Germany the military authorities are canvassing private households confiscating woolen garments. The Turks are driving the Jer*. Johnson's Wood Dye I. .1 the artiltii all wood, s u (t or hard Johnson's Under Lac— a Spirit finish, vt-ry much superior to sheila* 01 vainifh Johnson's Flat Wood Finish — fora buHutiful, artistic, liaiid-rubbetl sffett without the *x|>nise of rubbing. Johnson's Paste Wood Filler—for fillini; the •_ r;iiii and |x>res of wood pceparinii % %  I" 1 ,lh finish Johnson's Powdered Wan for bal room fin i FOR SALE BY Chas. E. Albury WANTED C OPIES of "THE STROMBUS" August iqi3(Exhi. bition Number) Apply J ribune" Oifice NOTICE For Results Advertise in The Tribune THE well known Dairyman of the East THOMAS M. KNOWLES [s now prepared to" supply .-iiid deliver the purest milk to be obtained anywhere From his Dairy Farm on East Shii ley Street, opposite Williams Street. Orders ma) bi delivered at Ins Store i n East Bay St. No. 528, 'Phone No. 11O. Deliyery al from 7a.m. 1" 10 a.m., and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary Bottles. Many germs make milk impure, In Knowles' milk no germs are found; Look at the bottles in which its sold, at Know les who lakes them all around. Milk like Ins needs no la< tom eter, In verification of its strength, Liquor pura nee impura Knowles would never go that length. GASOLINE TN Drums and to Gallon Cans. Price i me shilling per Gallon. All previous prices cancelled. C. C. SAUNDERS East Hav St. Nassau N. P. Jan. 5th 1915. Notice -T^*Ills is to inform mj Patron 1 .mil the Public 111 General thai I have opem'il my Public Black Smith Shop; and nm now ready to do anything in 1 e line ol (inn 1 00 Pairs Boots and Shoes being added to an already replete stock Williams the Shoeman is again opening up one of those Sample Lots of Boots and Shoes in a limited number of sizes as follows viz:— Men's Boots and Shoes in siz from 6 to 7J Women's Boots and noefl in sizes from j 1 to 4J Misses Boots and Shoes in sizes from 1.2J10 1 The advantage in purchasing from this lot is (as others who have purchased before can attest) that )ou can select the sices from a vei j large variety of up-to-date styles at pi I M considerably cheaper than regular lines ki pt in stock. CALL EARLY and secure your size at WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 277 and 279 Eay £t City REMOVAL O N the 1st February, 1915 it is our intention to remove The Prim in g Establish* meat of "The I 1 ibune" to the Building at the Northeast Comer of Shirley and Charlotte Streets. The Upper Floor consisting of four 100ms may be rented from the is! January. 1915. Terms moderate. One or the whole. May rV viewed on application to L. GILBEK r D.UPUCH, "Tribune" Office, 44 Market St. WANTED. — :o:— A dO( )|) Fennlr Cook who can Read, write •urn' BO errands, A middle age person ol good cbnrar. ter preferred. For furtluir information, apply to SHADR \CK T. WOOD Weal St. South. 9th |any 1915.-4 ins. f



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7 NVIIIIXJS 6.ddletua |\irnrr In vcrlia rnn.glatrl. Being bound to cnr to the Dogma.* o< no Mn-ster. VOL. XII. Nivnanu. N. I'.. Bo.hB.maa. Hadnwdsy, J&n.^ry 21). 1915 NO. 4ft L. OILBKKT DI7PI7CH, %  lad I'rprielor. OFFICE: 41 MARKET STBBBT V. p., Hahamai 'PHONE MO. P. o. K(X 188. riBi.isiin) DAILY Monday, Wednesday nncl Friday— single copy j,l 1 ""-.l.iy, an I Thunday—ingli pipy ir Favourite" 2. Valse "Delectation" 3 Gavotte 1 "A Little Co quette" 4.' Nautical Fantasia "The Cruise of II. M. S. "Aretliusa" 5Two Step lhCoon Drum Major" 6. Valse Decembre" 7Rag "The Junk Man" God Save The King. w. COEN, Bandmaster. Inter Insular Mails for Inagua, Long Cay, Acklins Island, Rum Cay, Clarence Town, Long Island; The Bieht, Arthurs Town ; San Sdv.oh r; will he made up and Is d tomorrow the 21st inst, .ti 11 a. 1 n Rum Cay January 2nd 1915. Deal Mr Editor Bfl good enough to permit us %  pace through the medium of your esteemed columns to say a [ %  w woids in answer to thai letter ol "A Friend's"published in your issue of 1 >' 1 embei 2 1 st last. In such tunes as these, il pays a nan even of f> rtune, to live as pi nn and cheap as possible, winch %  mi Acting Cpmmiasionei is far too keen-sighted not, to realise, I hat our Ailing Commissioner vas seen nn Chapel Street on the 30 III ol November last weeding with tns sleeves turned up is a nab d fact, about winch be re%  il irked thai ha felt gh d thai \ 1 tend" had forwarded il 10 pn is. Hut in whose behalf did our \cting Commissions bare Ins rawny arms —Ins 01 ihe govern, ment's ? If it were done 111 the in. teresl of the government as every .,1 |y besi l"s \ Friend" —full) knows, then such an action is real. ly note worthy on his part, which, \ Friend" isaltogethei too much of a 1 ass to know. I lie ii ne thai our Acting Commissionei was on the street, was between 6 and 8 0*1 lock in the morning, during which hours no Commissioner ever goes into the I' %  't I iliui, except on Mail days, •101 School mister goes to school. which will con ince the readers ol die iribune" thai the allusions of *\ li -nd" were made from purely envi us a nd malicious motives. 1 0 sav ti.u our Vcting Com. nissinner iiiiean, is too much of a lie evei t<> come nigh the truth, HIS manner of living justly co op. eraies with the well known spying —Nevei h nig your basket hi ghat th n you can reach hit h if it Were the motto of all men, the whole world would be belter off; and the winding upof tin whole t ling is simply this —that Rum (' %  'il has never had S more suitable official In all her days than is Mr. R, S. Simms;and that "A Friend" is a worthless—coward—grudgelul person, who hates to see a man m position above him or hci, even though he 61 she know him 01 hersell incapable of holding it. With the hope of youi granting our request We are, Sir, Y..urs respectfully DAVID F. STRACHAN JOSEPH BUTLER A. B. STRACHAN PRINCE MCKINNEY SIMEON KELLY WM. il. MAYCOCK I' 'Si I'M GARDINER And others. — :o: — Latest War News January 19th, 1915. ii"Vi:i!\MK\T PBB88 London : —A renewal of the great struggle around Soissons is impending. The wcathei is ag 1 n playing an imp irtanl part in Ihe titanic Struggle, neither si.'e (hiring to lush the offensive undei pie. sen", circums'ances It is believed that the Russians have dealt the Turks another staggering blow in the snow about K ira Urgan, The lurks are now fighting a ieai-gnard action bul are being pressed back in disoider towards I'.izer mm. The Paris Figaro predicts that Italy, (iieece, Roumama and Bulgaria will shortly join the Allies, The situation is unchanged generally from what it was a week a 40. Washington:—Former President Guterriez is believed to have gone to join forces with Cairanza taking 3,000 ,nen from the City of Mi xid with lain. i le had pi nine.' In defuse Villa from the head of the convention 1 trees Villa is rushing to Mexico City to hssisl President Gaizain ying on the government, and \\. s > xpected there last nihgl. Rome:—The Uninjured in the earthquake seem to be gradualh ieg lining their composure and are lendmg aid Io the volunteer wink. eis in an ( ndeavoui ti 1 amelii >i a ti conditions in the ruined towns. Atlanta, Georgia: -The government and the defense will work together to save the supieuie com t m advance ol Franks appeal in habeas corpus proceedingsNew York:—Cotton wnt to above nine cents a pound here today for July delivery. This Wat high lecord for the. season. Cotton for delivery on other active months was up about eight dollars a bale nore than the low prices of last month. Washington:—! be immigration hill is now before the Piesident and he will give three hours on Friday for hearing those who support and oppose the measure in its present form. What he intends to do with the bill is still piobematical. Washington:Important amendments to the ship-purchase bill were discussed at a caucus of 1 he senate Democrats tonight with 1 view of perfecting fhe measure so as to reduce the republican opposition. Januarj 20th '915. Londui 19th. Governor, Bahamas. Official news January 19th : The French government reports the :.iei very stormy but sotnepiogiBSl has been made no: 11 > 1 v \ 11 Invest of I'ont-a MouSSOn in v Ihamp igne. Four aeronauts and teioplanes were c iptured. The Russian government reports thai the pursuit of the Turks, defeated at Kara Ugan, continues, A portion of another Tuikish division was di feated at Kenikeui, ifter a two days obstinate battle. (Signed) HARCOURT, I'KIKKI) DP Continued snowfall on the Wi stern battle line rendered fighting almost impossible., hat the Flench kept up their efforts to pierce the German lines at St. Miluel, and the snuggle for positions at a Boissele is still in pio* gress, the French having regained then lost positions, They have Brso gained slight ground in the forest of La Petrie. \1tille1y fighting is kepi up in the Vosges in ihe neighborhood of Thann, without important changed. The Berlin war office dismissed W oaK Arrnbrister's Shoes


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NviIIIxjs 6.ddletua |\irnrr In vcrlia rnn.glatrl.
Being bound to cnr to the Dogma.* o< no Mn-ster.
VOL. XII.
Nivnanu. N. I'.. Bo.hB.maa. Hadnwdsy, J&n.^ry 21). 1915
NO. 4ft
L. OILBKKT DI7PI7CH,
lad I'rprielor.
OFFICE: 41 MARKET STBBBT
V. p., Hahamai
'PHONE MO.
P. o. K(X 188.
riBi.isiin) DAILY
Monday, Wednesday nncl Friday
single copy ......... j,l
1 ""-.l.iy, an I Thundayingli pipy i 5 It inlay- single c : | ijd
''' I klv ............ a j
Monthly ,..........,s. i,
Quarterly..........4...
HalfYearly.........
Feed" ......... Ifl
_____PAYABLE fN ADVANCE
Advertiaini Rate*: Sia pence per lint
for first insertion; threa paact per line
for second insertion : and onapenny pei
line '" subaquent . i lions,
\ rtiaementi under eight,lim
r-#- PUBLISHED AT 5 I\M
Mr Arthur S. Clarke, Gaoler,
w is among I he an ivah front New
York per "Mexico"on Sundaj I tat,
and we are glad in tec him look-
ing io well and. to congratulate
him in the tUCCCSSOf the 'l rial urn
peiformed at St. Luke's Hospital,
POLICE BAND CONCERT
Then; will he a Police Hand
Concert at 8 15 p.m to morrow
on the I ilnarv < 'men.
PROGRAMME.
1. March "The Bandmi >r
Favourite"
2. Valse "Delectation"
3 Gavotte1 "A Little Co
quette"
4.' Nautical Fantasia "The
Cruise of II. M. S. "Aretliusa"
5- Two Step lh- Coon
Drum Major"
6. Valse Decembre"
7- Rag "The Junk Man"
God Save The King.
w. COEN,
Bandmaster.
Inter Insular Mails for Inagua,
Long Cay, Acklins Island, Rum
Cay, Clarence Town, Long Island;
The Bieht, Arthurs Town ; San
Sdv.oh r; will he made up and
Is d tomorrow the 21st inst, .ti
11 a. 1 n
Rum Cay
January 2nd 1915.
Deal Mr Editor
Bfl good enough to permit us
pace through the medium of your
esteemed columns to say a [ w
woids in answer to thai letter ol "A
Friend's"published in your issue of
1 >' 1 embei 21st last.
In such tunes as these, il pays a
nan even of f> rtune, to live as
pi nn and cheap as possible, winch
mi Acting Cpmmiasionei is far
too keen-sighted not, to realise,
I hat our Ailing Commissioner
vas seen nn Chapel Street on the
30 III ol November last weeding
with tns sleeves turned up is a
nab d fact, about winch be re-
il irked thai ha felt gh d thai \
! 1 tend" had forwarded il 10 pn is.
Hut in whose behalf did our
\cting Commissions bare Ins
rawny arms Ins 01 ihe govern,
ment's ? If it were done 111 the in.
teresl of the government as every
.,1 |y besi l"s \ Friend" full)
knows, then such an action is real.
ly note worthy on his part, which,
" \ Friend" isaltogethei too much
of a 1 ass to know.
I lie ii ne thai our Acting Com-
missionei was on the street, was
between 6 and 8 0*1 lock in the
morning, during which hours no
Commissioner ever goes into the
I' 't I iliui, except on Mail days,
101 School mister goes to school.
which will con ince the readers ol
die iribune" thai the allusions of
*\ li -nd" were made from purely
envi us a nd malicious motives.
1 0 sav ti.u our Vcting Com.
nissinner i- iiiean, is too much of
a lie evei t<> come nigh the truth,
his manner of living justly co op.
eraies with the well known spying
Nevei h nig your basket hi ghat
th n you can reach hit h if it
Were the motto of all men, the
whole world would be belter off;
and the winding upof tin whole
t ling is simply this that Rum
(''il has never had S more suitable
official In all her days than is Mr.
R, S. Simms;and that "A Friend"
is a worthlesscowardgrudge-
lul person, who hates to see a man
m position above him or hci, even
though he 61 she know him 01 her-
sell incapable of holding it.
With the hope of youi granting
our request
We are, Sir,
Y..urs respectfully
DAVID F. STRACHAN
JOSEPH BUTLER
A. B. STRACHAN
PRINCE MCKINNEY
SIMEON KELLY
WM. il. MAYCOCK
I' 'Si I'M GARDINER
And others.
:o:
Latest War News
January 19th, 1915.
ii"Vi:i!\MK\T PBB88
London : A renewal of the
great struggle around Soissons is
impending. The wcathei is ag 1 n
playing an imp irtanl part in Ihe
titanic Struggle, neither si.'e (hir-
ing to lush the offensive undei pie.
sen", circums'ances
It is believed that the Russians
have dealt the Turks another stag-
gering blow in the snow about
K ira Urgan,
The lurks are now fighting a
ieai-gnard action bul are being
pressed back in disoider towards
I'.izer mm.
The Paris Figaro predicts that
Italy, (iieece, Roumama and Bul-
garia will shortly join the Allies,
The situation is unchanged
generally from what it was a week
a 40.
Washington:Former President
Guterriez is believed to have gone
to join forces with Cairanza tak-
ing 3,000 ,nen from the City of
Mi xid with lain.
i le had pi nine.' In defuse Villa
from the head of the convention
1 trees Villa is rushing to Mexico
City to hssisl President Gaizain
ying on the government, and
\\. s > xpected there last nihgl.
Rome:The Uninjured in the
earthquake seem to be gradualh
ieg lining their composure and are
lendmg aid Io the volunteer wink.
eis in an ( ndeavoui ti 1 amelii >i a ti
conditions in the ruined towns.
Atlanta, Georgia: -The govern-
ment and the defense will work
together to save the supieuie com t
m advance ol Franks appeal in
habeas corpus proceedings-
New York:Cotton wnt to
above nine cents a pound here to-
day for July delivery. This Wat
high lecord for the. season. Cotton
for delivery on other active months
was up about eight dollars a bale
nore than the low prices of last
month.
Washington:! be immigration
hill is now before the Piesident
and he will give three hours on
Friday for hearing those who sup-
port and oppose the measure in its
present form. What he intends to
do with the bill is still piobemati-
cal.
Washington:- Important
amendments to the ship-purchase
bill were discussed at a caucus of
1 he senate Democrats tonight with
1 view of perfecting fhe measure
so as to reduce the republican op-
position.
Januarj 20th '915.
Londui 19th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official news January 19th : The
French government reports the
:.iei very stormy but sotnepio-
giBSl has been made no: 11 > 1 v
\ 11 Invest of I'ont-a MouSSOn in
v Ihamp igne. Four aeronauts and
teioplanes were c iptured.
The Russian government reports
thai the pursuit of the Turks, de-
feated at Kara Ugan, continues,
A portion of another Tuikish
division was di feated at Kenikeui,
ifter a two days obstinate battle.
(Signed)
HARCOURT,
I'KIKKI) DP
Continued snowfall on the
Wi stern battle line rendered fight-
ing almost impossible., hat the
Flench kept up their efforts to
pierce the German lines at St.
Miluel, and the snuggle for posi-
tions at a Boissele is still in pio*
gress, the French having regained
then lost positions,
They have Brso gained slight
ground in the forest of La Petrie.
\1tille1y fighting is kepi up in the
Vosges in ihe neighborhood of
Thann, without important chang-
ed.
The Berlin war office dismissed
W oaK
Arrnbrister's
Shoes


the Operations in the West as un
important skirmishes at various
POlOts, In the East the Germans
claim to have repulsed the Russian;,
ID North Poland and to have rap.
tureil several hundied prisoners on
the Pilicin River.
Russian reports say ndvances
continue in East Prussia and that
the Czars troops have occupied all
Carpathian Passes and are moving
forward after crossing into Iran
sjlvania.
A Copenhagen despatch to the
New York Times says that Den-
mark haa prohibited the exporta-
tion ni flour causing Germany to
lace further restrictions on bread
output.
I he wool famine has become so
serious in Germany the military
authorities are canvassing private
households confiscating woolen
garments.
The Turks are driving the Je from Palestine and confiscating
their homes. The United States
cruiser Tennessee is plying be-
tween Jaffa and Alexandra CSfh
veying them from their country.
Sixteen strikers were shot by putiesnear Elizabeth New Jersey
today when they surrounded a train
believed to be transporting si like
breakers to the chemical works
where they had been employed.
London.German aircraft have
made tlieir long threatened raid
over England and attempts ^er
made to blow up the royal iesi
deuce.
King George and Quern Mary
who had been staying inSandring*
hum with the family only yester-
day left for London. The bombs
fell near the royal residence but
'lid not hit it. io addition to
SandringhasB bombs were dropp-
ed at Yarmouth, Kings Lynn,
Giomer and Beeston. Everywhere
excepting at Beeston casualties
and property damage r< suited. It
is not definitely known whether
the raiders were /Zeppelinsor aero-
planei but three Zepp.'ins were re-
ported pissing over the North Sea
in a westerlv diiection. The night
was dark and cloudy.
TENDERS
w
'ILL be received by the un-
lersigned until noon of
Thursday trie 21st January. 1915
for the purchase of the Schoon-
er "llattie II. Roberts" her fix-
tures and appurtenances.
KENNETH SOLOMON
C. T. FARRINGTON
I x cutors Estate John Alfred.
134th Deer 1914.
Tinders should be addresser!
"KENNETH SOLOM.AN
"Chambers,
"Tender for llattie II. Roberts
NOTICE
THIS is to inform the pub-
lic that if any person or
persons are found trespassing
on my lot of land situate on
Forbes Hill in the Island of
Little Exuina, they will be
dealt with according to the
Law.
ERNEST CLARKE
(Owner)
JACOB CLARKE
(Overseer)
Forbes Hill, Little KxiTma
July 23rd 1915
NOTICE
ALL persons having claims
against the Estate of the late
John Alfred are requested to
render the same duly attested,
and those indebted thereto to
make payment to Kenneth Solo-
mon one of the Kxecutors of his
will.
KENNETH SOLOMON
C. T. FARRINGTON
Executors.
Nassau,
iGth Dec. 1914.
FOR RENT
A house in Dnwdeswell St.
(South Side) in two apart-
ments, two buildings east of the
Gospel Hall. Possession given
immediately.
Applv to
KENNETH'SOLOMON
or
C T. FARRINGTON
30 Dec. 1914
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wi* a com
plete finish and polish lor all furniture
woodwork and ll">r*.
Johnson's Wood Dye I. .1 the artiltii
' all wood, su(t or hard
Johnson's Under Laca Spirit
finish, vt-ry much superior to sheila* 01
vainifh
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish fora
buHutiful, artistic, liaiid-rubbetl sffett
without the *x|>nise of rubbing.
Johnson's Paste Wood Fillerfor
fillini; the _,r;iiii and |x>res of wood
pceparinii ' I"1 ,lh finish
Johnson's Powdered Wan for bal
room fin i
FOR SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
WANTED
COPIES of "THE STROM-
BUS" August iqi3(Exhi.
bition Number)
Apply
" J ribune" Oifice
NOTICE
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune
THE well known
Dairyman of the
East
THOMAS M. KNOWLES
[s now prepared to" supply
.-iiid deliver the purest milk
to be obtained anywhere
From his Dairy Farm on East
Shii ley Street, opposite Wil-
liams Street. Orders ma) bi
delivered at Ins Store i n East
Bay St. No. 528, 'Phone No.
11O. Deliyery al from 7a.m.
1" 10 a.m., and from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary
Bottles.
Many germs make milk im-
pure,
In Knowles' milk no germs
are found;
Look at the bottles in which
its sold, at
Know les who lakes them all
around.
Milk like Ins needs no la< tom
eter,
In verification of its strength,
Liquor pura nee impura
Knowles would never go
that length.
GASOLINE
tN Drums and to Gallon
* Cans. Price i me shilling
per Gallon. All previous
prices cancelled.
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Hav St.
Nassau N. P.
Jan. 5th 1915.
Notice
-T^*Ills is to inform mj Patron
1 .mil the Public 111 General
thai I have opem'il my Public
Black Smith Shop; and nm now
ready to do anything in 1 e line ol
(inn 1 Shoeing Specially. All ork done
Mechanically.
' P. A. Ill'VLEU.
OVER l->00
Pairs
Boots and Shoes
being added to an already
replete stock
Williams the Shoeman
is again opening up one of
those Sample Lots of Boots
and Shoes in a limited
number of sizes as follows
viz:
Men's Boots and Shoes in siz
from 6 to 7J
Women's Boots and noefl
in sizes from j1, to 4J
Misses Boots and Shoes in sizes
from 1.2J10 1
The advantage in purchas-
ing from this lot is (as others
who have purchased before
can attest) that )ou can se-
lect the sices from a vei j
large variety of up-to-date
styles at piim considerably
cheaper than regular lines
ki pt in stock.
CALL EARLY
and secure your size at
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
277 and 279 Eay t City
REMOVAL
ON the 1st February, 1915
it is our intention to re-
move The Prim in g Establish*
meat of "The I 1 ibune" to the
Building at the Northeast
Comer of Shirley and Char-
lotte Streets.
The Upper Floor consist-
ing of four 100ms may be
rented from the is! January.
1915. Terms moderate. One
or the whole. May rV viewed
on application to
L. GILBEK r D.UPUCH,
"Tribune" Office,
44 Market St.
WANTED.
:o:
AdO( )|) Fennlr Cook who can
Read, write urn' bo errands, A
middle age person ol good cbnrar.
ter preferred. For furtluir infor-
mation, apply to
SHADR \CK T. WOOD
Weal St. South.
9th |any 1915.-4 ins.
f


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