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V/bich neutral ships may be subjected in the newly perscribed war zones around Great Britian and Ireland and the use of the British liner Lusitania of the American nag winch foreshadowed diplomatic correspondence between the Un.ted it .tes and both Germany and GreaOJritain. Berlint^Germany's naval measures against British commerce is no sense a blockade and no hostile action against neutral ship pmg i, contemplated, Madrid:— Premiei Datos said today that the incident resulting in the threat of General Carranza to expel the Spanish minister from Mexico had been arranged satisfactorily through the United States government. He added that the Spanish government was pleased at the ->id rendered en .11 occasions by Presi lent Wilson. Washington: -Secretary Garrison today decided to withdiaw the squadron of the fifth cavalry sent into Arkansas coal region several months ago to enforce fedcourt orders during labour disturbances. Londin:— Largest budget ever proposed in England was introduced in House of Cc-unions yesterday and sliared equally with a discussion of the activities of the official press bureau. Secretary Teonent's speech introducing the budget was a shining tribute to the British army and a plea for more recruits. Pebru 11 v ioth 1915. London 9th, Governor, Bahamas, Official news February gth : — The French government reports trench wrecked bv a mine near Carency .defenders killed or cap. tured. # After fighting and French counter-attack at LaB tiselle the Germans lc.li 20a dead. The Russian government reports desperate lighting in Northern Poland. In Central Poland where the enemy freely used explosive bullets attempts to pierce the Russian front lias been checked. The Russians captured a Strong point, Dappui, and over 350 prisoners. In the Carpathians on the 7th February the Russians captured sixty officers and over three thousand five hundred men with 11 machine nuns. The Egyptian government reports that the Turks are in full retreat. Our patrols have found and buried over 500 de.nl an I 650 prisoneis have hem taken. Grand Sennusi has arrested a Tripoli agitator and others discovered intriguing against Egypt. (Signed) HARCpURT. With the exception of repots from Petrogtad which states that the fighting in East Prussia and the Ctrpatbiens g row s m intensity there is n'llUitJrr.yfgfii^i in t : lays war news. Counter-attacks continued in the neighborhood of Ypres and Soissons. The Allies claim the capture of a mill between LnDassee and Bethune and that fighting is going on in the Argonne and 0s2.es. An unofficial despatch from London says that gieut masses of German troops are being hurled apainst the French at I.attaoisselle. The United States has decided to make no formal protest to Great Britain against the l.usita nias hoisting of the American tlig through the Irish Sea Saturday, hut will point out the danger such action devolves upon neutral shipping. The senate remained in session all night last night and the Republicans threaten to continue the filibustei until March 4th in order to defeat the administration ship-' purchase bill. President Wilson indicated today that he would call HI extra Station of congress il necessary t" enact the measure. Greece has protested to Germany against Hie latest war zone declaration affecting the Irish Sea and Engl ish 1 ii mnel wait N inaimo, Binisli Coluiibia: — 21 men employed in the mine of the Pacific Coast Coal Mine* at South Wellinton were drowned by a ru-h of water tod i\. \'-w York: No in 1 I'.. Ream, famous capita list, died here to LOST A DIAMOND STAR BROOCH; Set in Platinum. Reward given on Return to "TRIBUNE" OFFICE Feb. 8, 1915. MRS. E. L. VARGAS Billet St. Sooth P ANAMA HAT 8 CLEANED SATISFACTION QUARANTEEO 1 mo. For Hire AUTOMOBILES AND BICYCLES APPLY TO J. P. SIMMS 47 MARKET STREET NASSAU N. P. CHAS. C. LIQHTBObRN ARMSTRONG ST. Hivwkln'i Hill. E XPERIENCED Paper Hanger. Ceiling Work, a specialty. AH work careful ly and Artistically performed. Absolute satisfaction guaran teed. The very best references. -TERMS MODERATE. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax—a com j>lete finish and polish for nil furniture Woodwork ami floors. Johnson's Wood Dye F inform Ins friends and the Public thai I e has just received a complete outfit of facilities foi tin' buisness <>l an undertaker, which places him in a position to carry mil Funerals thai may be entrusted to Ins care with i'n and df


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Nulltua addlctus |urare in varbm m*.glatrl. Batng bound to • wetvr to the Dogmata of t\o MM '• VOL .VII. NaLiaau. N. P.. BfthamM, Wednesday. February 10. 1915 NO. 66 >—— L. OILBKRT DUPOCH, r and Proprietor. OK KICK. Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis .Vfissau, N, P., Bahamas •PHONK 200. P. O. BOX MB. PUBLISHED DAILY Moneiicc |ier line for tec ad insertion ; aod one penny pa line f. M. lubi [uenl insertions. \ ret asemsoti undet ei |ht lines 4s. paPUBLISHED AT i P. M. Foreign Mails to he desp itched per 8. S. "Ksperanza" will be made up and closed to-morrow I I hursday) the nth inst. at n a.m. Ragged Island 2nd Feb. 1915 The Editor of The Tribune. Sir, Please allow me to ask the Board of Kducation—"Do you allow it!" On the 271I1 Jan. the I 1 u b I i c School Teacher Mr. roictier, took the older children from ichool and out of the town-ship without obtaining the consent >f their parents or guardians, to make a garden for whose benefit I do not know. It came to the ears of Mrs. M. }. May Cock and she promptly repaired to the sport and tonk her children I home. She found the boys and I girls f.om 14 yiars of ape and 1111| der, roaming through the hushes I like certain domestic ruminants,, while the teacher did not have them under obsenation. I would like to say. Sir, that I am opposed to mixed schools in 0 hich the pupils ha ve passed the age of puberty, but if it is not within the means of the hoard to adopt a bettei system, so far as possible the teachers of mixed school-;, j,r, those in which the sex's commingle; should be perlODi of discretion and capable of teaching, at 'east the common decencies of life. 1 might use language more forcible than elegant, as if one should compare the children on the occasion referred to as "Ram goats and ewes" I shall not dwell longer on this phrase of the subject, and hope that what I h-ive described will pent a moral, although it does a 't adorn the tale. Well, Mrs. Maycock and the te icher, who by the way is the acting commissioner, had an interview which was not amicable, and the result was that she was made to appear at Court, and lined one shilling, through reven I would lik to know Sir, if the II .aid of Kducation sanctions such • %  induct by us teachers. I believe that tbeydi nit. This is a matter of great importance tons living at the Out I lands, and as it is a public grievance, I feel justified in bringing it to the notice of all concerned. Awaiting your reply, I am Sir, Yours trulv II. II. M AYCOCK Latest War News February Stli 1915 PICKED VP French war office announces destruction of Germain trench ii' ar Carencv where .'ill occupants were killed or captured. Germans say they have made gains in Argonne also.against Russians in 1'oland and East Prussia, adv.ui'cs however are claimed by Russian-, along Eastern frontier, Russians claim further victories in the* Carpa thians. Both Emperors are reported to be watching the operations in Roland. Premier Asquith announced today in the House of Commons that Bri'ish war losses in killed wounded and missing had been one hundred and four thousand men from beginning of war to February 4th. Paris:—It is reported that Austrian troops have violated Roumanian territory in advancing against Servians thus mak ing it likely that Roumania will enter the war at once. Chicago reports that moie than thirty million dollars worth of railroad locomotives, freight and passenger cars have been ordered since January ist, Many steel mills are opening and reemploying thousands of men. Carr inza forcescaptured Montery today. Zapatistas are reported closing in on Mexico City where food scarcity is becoming alarming. New York:-—Nearly fifty persons were injured in roar end collision on ninth avenue elevated railway during rush hour this morning and a terrible catastrophe narrowly averted. One car was burned and two telescope.) causing panic among passenget a London,—The Germans threw great numbers against the Russians but were unable to b^ak(hrough their lines and if the JTussianssucceed in crosingthe Bzura River strongly supported thev will very likely shorten the engagement in Central Poland. The batile in the Carpathians continues day and night in the deep snow. Or: 1 he Western front yeaterd iv was the quietest day in week-, and there has been no further fighting in Egypt, but th statements of luiki-ii prisoners show that the lurks brought great numl eta of boats across the desert drawn by oxen. They were surprised to find strong forces waiting for them and were Compelled to surrender when the troops hemmed them in. In some cases the'I urks were allowed to launch the boats which were then sunk. The German threat of a blockade of the British coast has not disturbed trade. The belief is that Germany is not in B position trtrisk the dansf*r of complications with neutial nations liv such an act. Washington.—The United States again expresses its displeasure t > Cnrrania over the inconvenience he is causing the diplomatic corps bv his eff-rts to compel them to move to Yera Ouz "here he proposes to establish the capital of Mexico. February 9th 1915 London:—Russia's unexpected adoption of the offensive in Poland furnishes a most striking feature of the European military situation. The Germans have apparently been withdrawing some forces both to the North and South. German reports insist that the plans for the capture of Warsaw are still being pushed. The Russians however claim several minor successes and declare that the German attached its climiax several days ago. Another huge segment oi the Russian army is continuing its efforts for a firmer foothold intheCarpathians, but it is admitted that the Germans and Austrtans have gained • mil? ground. A snow storm is Said to li ive aided the AustroHungarians in a clash in Dnkla Pass, where Vienna States heavj losses icsulted to the Russians. There is little news from Fast I'russia. The Germans claim to have titsituation there well in hand SO far as concerns the prevention of further Russian advance without the most Severe fighting. • In France and Flanders the* situation is without change. Both sides are alert for the slightest indie lion of the activity of opposition. The British: and French have undoubtedly taken advantage of the delay in obtain reinforcements. The British Fume Minister today told the Mouse of Commons that the British casualties from the heinrang of the war had reached a total of one hundred and four thousand. This is an average weekly of four thousand in killed, wounded and missing. Norfolk: —Steamei Dacia is delayed in sailing by members of crew refusing to make the voyage to Rotterdam. London: —The official bureau made public today an official dispatch received from Caito, which -aid til" Turkish army was in fu 1 retreat Eastward, It added that there M is no enemy force will in 20 miles ol 1I1* -in / '' mal. Washington! — Piesideot Wilson and his advisors held an informal discussion today of the German notifications of I he danger to WBHP AFrntorlBtBr's oes


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Nulltua addlctus |urare in varbm m*.glatrl.
Batng bound to wetvr to the Dogmata of t\o Mm '
VOL .VII.
NaLiaau. N. P.. BfthamM, Wednesday. February 10. 1915
NO. 66
>
L. OILBKRT DUPOCH,
r and Proprietor.
OK KICK.
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis
.Vfissau, N, P., Bahamas
PHONK 200. P. O. BOX MB.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Mon single copv ... ... ... Jd
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle cony id
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Advertising Rates: M v pe ice pec line
for first insertion; three i>eiicc |ier line
for tec ad insertion ; aod one penny pa
line f. m. lubi [uenl insertions.
\ ret asemsoti undet ei |ht lines 4s.
pa- PUBLISHED AT i P. M.
Foreign Mails to he desp itched
per 8. S. "Ksperanza" will be
made up and closed to-morrow
I I hursday) the nth inst. at n a.m.
Ragged Island
2nd Feb. 1915
The Editor of The Tribune.
Sir,
Please allow me to ask the Board
of Kducation"Do you allow it!"
On the 271I1 Jan. the I1 u b I i c
School Teacher Mr. roictier, took
the older children from ichool and
out of the town-ship without ob-
taining the consent >f their parents
or guardians, to make a garden for
whose benefit I do not know. It
came to the ears of Mrs. M. }. May
Cock and she promptly repaired to
the sport and tonk her children I
home. She found the boys and I
girls f.om 14 yiars of ape and 1111- |
der, roaming through the hushes I
like certain domestic ruminants,,
while the teacher did not have
them under obsenation. I would
like to say. Sir, that I am opposed
to mixed schools in 0 hich the pu-
pils ha ve passed the age of puber-
ty, but if it is not within the means
of the hoard to adopt a bettei sys-
tem, so far as possible the teachers
of mixed school-;, j,r, those in which
the sex's commingle; should be
perlODi of discretion and capable
of teaching, at 'east the common
decencies of life. 1 might use
language more forcible than ele-
gant, as if one should compare the
children on the occasion referred
to as "Ram goats and ewes" I
shall not dwell longer on this
phrase of the subject, and hope
that what I h-ive described will
pent a moral, although it does a 't
adorn the tale.
Well, Mrs. Maycock and the
te icher, who by the way is the
acting commissioner, had an inter-
view which was not amicable, and
the result was that she was made
to appear at Court, and lined one
shilling, through reven
I would lik to know Sir, if the
II .aid of Kducation sanctions such
-induct by us teachers. I believe
that tbeydi nit. This is a mat-
ter of great importance tons liv-
ing at the Out I lands, and as it
is a public grievance, I feel justi-
fied in bringing it to the notice of
all concerned.
Awaiting your reply,
I am Sir,
Yours trulv
II. II. M AYCOCK
Latest War News
February Stli 1915
PICKED VP
French war office announces
destruction of Germain trench
ii' ar Carencv where .'ill occu-
pants were killed or captured.
Germans say they have made
gains in Argonne also.against
Russians in 1'oland and East
Prussia, adv.ui'cs however are
claimed by Russian-, along
Eastern- frontier, Russians claim
further victories in the* Carpa
thians. Both Emperors are re-
ported to be watching the oper-
ations in Roland.
Premier Asquith announced
today in the House of Commons
that Bri'ish war losses in killed
wounded and missing had been
one hundred and four thousand
men from beginning of war to
February 4th.
Paris:It is reported that
Austrian troops have violated
Roumanian territory in advan-
cing against Servians thus mak
ing it likely that Roumania will
enter the war at once.
Chicago reports that moie
than thirty million dollars worth
of railroad locomotives, freight
and passenger cars have been
ordered since January ist, Many
steel mills are opening and re-
employing thousands of men.
Carr inza forcescaptured Mon-
tery today. Zapatistas are re-
ported closing in on Mexico
City where food scarcity is be-
coming alarming.
New York:-Nearly fifty persons
were injured in roar end collision
on ninth avenue elevated railway
during rush hour this morning and
a terrible catastrophe narrowly
averted. One car was burned and
two telescope.) causing panic
among passenget a
London,The Germans threw
great numbers against the Rus-
sians but were unable to b^ak-
(hrough their lines and if the JTus-
sianssucceed in crosingthe Bzura
River strongly supported thev will
very likely shorten the engagement
in Central Poland.
The batile in the Carpathians
continues day and night in the
deep snow.
Or: 1 he Western front yeaterd iv
was the quietest day in week-,
and there has been no further fight-
ing in Egypt, but th statements
of luiki-ii prisoners show that the
lurks brought great numl eta of
boats across the desert drawn by
oxen. They were surprised to
find strong forces waiting for them
and were Compelled to surrender
when the troops hemmed them in.
In some cases the'I urks were al-
lowed to launch the boats which
were then sunk.
The German threat of a block-
ade of the British coast has not
disturbed trade. The belief is
that Germany is not in B position
trtrisk the dansf*r of complica-
tions with neutial nations liv such
an act.
Washington.The United States
again expresses its displeasure t >
Cnrrania over the inconvenience
he is causing the diplomatic corps
bv his eff-rts to compel them to
move to Yera Ouz "here he pro-
poses to establish the capital of
Mexico.
February 9th 1915
. London:Russia's unexpected
adoption of the offensive in Poland
furnishes a most striking feature of
the European military situation.
The Germans have apparently been
withdrawing some forces both to
the North and South. German re-
ports insist that the plans for the
capture of Warsaw are still being
pushed. The Russians however
claim several minor successes and
declare that the German attached
its climiax several days ago. An-
other huge segment oi the Russian
army is continuing its efforts for
a firmer foothold intheCarpathians,
but it is admitted that the Ger-
mans and Austrtans have gained
mil? ground. A snow storm is
Said to li ive aided the Austro-
Hungarians in a clash in Dnkla
Pass, where Vienna States heavj
losses icsulted to the Russians.
There is little news from Fast
I'russia. The Germans claim to
have tit- situation there well in
hand SO far as concerns the pre-
vention of further Russian ad-
vance without the most Severe
fighting.
In France and Flanders the* sit-
uation is without change. Both
sides are alert for the slightest in-
die lion of the activity of op-
position. The British: and French
have undoubtedly taken advantage
of the delay in obtain reinforce-
ments. The British Fume Minister
today told the Mouse of Commons
that the British casualties from the
heinrang of the war had reached a
total of one hundred and four
thousand. This is an average week-
ly of four thousand in killed,
wounded and missing.
Norfolk: Steamei Dacia is de-
layed in sailing by members of
crew refusing to make the voyage
to Rotterdam.
London: The official bureau
made public today an official dis-
patch received from Caito, which
-aid til" Turkish army was in fu 1
retreat Eastward, It added that
there m is no enemy force will in
20 miles ol 1I1* -in / '' mal.
Washington! Piesideot Wilson
and his advisors held an informal
discussion today of the German
notifications of I he danger to
Wbhp
AFrntorlBtBr's
oes


V/bich neutral ships may be sub-
jected in the newly perscribed war
zones around Great Britian and
Ireland and the use of the British
liner Lusitania of the American
nag winch foreshadowed diploma-
tic correspondence between the
Un.ted it .tes and both Germany
and GreaOJritain.
Berlint^Germany's naval meas-
ures against British commerce is
no sense a blockade and no hos-
tile action against neutral ship
pmg i, contemplated,
Madrid: Premiei Datos said
today that the incident resulting
in the threat of General Carranza
to expel the Spanish minister from
Mexico had been arranged satis-
factorily through the United States
government. He added that the
Spanish government was pleased
at the ->id rendered en .11 occasions
by Presi lent Wilson.
Washington: -Secretary Garri-
son today decided to withdiaw
the squadron of the fifth cavalry
sent into Arkansas coal region
several months ago to enforce fed-
court orders during labour distur-
bances.
Londin: Largest budget ever
proposed in England was intro-
duced in House of Cc-unions yes-
terday and sliared equally with a
discussion of the activities of the
official press bureau. Secretary
Teonent's speech introducing the
budget was a shining tribute to
the British army and a plea for
more recruits.
Pebru 11 v ioth 1915.
London 9th,
Governor,
Bahamas,
Official news February gth :
The French government reports
trench wrecked bv a mine near
Carency .defenders killed or cap.
tured.# After fighting and French
counter-attack at LaB tiselle the
Germans lc.li 20a dead.
The Russian government reports
desperate lighting in Northern
Poland. In Central Poland where
the enemy freely used explosive
bullets attempts to pierce the Rus-
sian front lias been checked. The
Russians captured a Strong point,
Dappui, and over 350 prisoners.
In the Carpathians on the 7th
February the Russians captured
sixty officers and over three thou-
sand five hundred men with 11
machine nuns.
The Egyptian government re-
ports that the Turks are in full
retreat. Our patrols have found
and buried over 500 de.nl an I 650
prisoneis have hem taken. Grand
Sennusi has arrested a Tripoli agi-
tator and others discovered intri-
guing against Egypt.
(Signed)
HARCpURT.
With the exception of repots
from Petrogtad which states that
the fighting in East Prussia and
the Ctrpatbiensgrows m intensity
there is n'llUitJrr.yfgfii^i in t:
lays war news.
Counter-attacks continued in
the neighborhood of Ypres and
Soissons. The Allies claim the
capture of a mill between LnDas-
see and Bethune and that fighting
is going on in the Argonne and
0s2.es.
An unofficial despatch from
London says that gieut masses of
German troops are being hurled
apainst the French at I.attaoisselle.
The United States has decided
to make no formal protest to
Great Britain against the l.usita
nias hoisting of the American tlig
through the Irish Sea Saturday,
hut will point out the danger such
action devolves upon neutral ship-
ping.
The senate remained in session
all night last night and the Repu-
blicans threaten to continue the
filibustei until March 4th in order
to defeat the administration ship-'
purchase bill. President Wilson
indicated today that he would call
hi extra Station of congress il
necessary t" enact the measure.
Greece has protested to Ger-
many against Hie latest war zone
declaration affecting the Irish Sea
and Engl ish 1 ii mnel wait
N inaimo, Binisli Coluiibia:
21 men employed in the mine of
the Pacific Coast Coal Mine* at
South Wellinton were drowned by
a ru-h of water tod i\.
\'-w York: No in 1 I'.. Ream,
famous capita list, died here to
LOST
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Nassau N. P.
Jan. 5II1 1915.
NOTICE
THE well known
Dairyman of t he-
East
THOMAS M. KNOWLES
Is now prepared to ^upplv
and deliver the purest milk
to be obtained anywhere
from his Dairy Farm on East
Shirley Street, opposite Wil-
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tlo. 1 telivery al from 7,-1.m.
to 10 a.m., and from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. daily in Sanitary
Bottles.
Many germs make milk im-
pure,
In Knouts' milk no germs
are found;
Look .it the bottles in which
its sold, at
Know lea who takes them all
around.
Milk like his needs no lactOID
eter,
In verification of its strength,
Liquor pura nee impura
Knowles would never go
that length.
Shingles
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Shingles al 9.60 pei 1 lions.
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of ovei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also Oil cheaper grades -also
sin. Cypress al $6.73 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.


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