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iW,v,h Washington iodi-Jwill now be known for several Mm* l ?'tUtiKu Ger,nan y !" days. Throughout Poland wh ? re c''T, l heW a r2 nede ; ,C f,B '" in K ^""d dnK the 2.untrin V V %  nrut al past weeks u,s b nle now ofc countries and Germany is mamj sist of artillery engagements. In the Carpathians the fighting oou The Russians liae begun a new movment against the Austro-Germans in the Carpathians in a retinues with more less seventy and without decisive results. *'I lie Egyptian ain.y lias annihi,„ %  n .— ..._..._ .— „ 11C (. K ^^i lc ,„ am y lias aiiiuiiiewed effort to invade Hungary.. latrd a force of two hundred Turin Noith of Tukholka Pass at tlie heights of Koziuwaka the Germans have been driven from their advance positions. 1 here is no news ofimportanct from East Prussia, Poland or the Western war fronts. ijiers bayoneted 8300 Auslrians M Doukla Pass. Gloom however shrouds Petrograd at Geiman vie toiy in East Prussia. Fran co-Belgian troops have repulsed enemy altacks on Nieuport lines. I larve:—Shipping circles here now consider it practically certain Hint the British steamer Oricle and Arabs officered by Germans who were preparing foi an attack on the entrance to the Gulf of Suez. In France, Flandeis and \lsace there has been little or no fighting of importance so far as official reports disclose. It is announced that the leaders of the South African rebellion will be placed on trial for treason. Berlin: —Germany is pleased With the terms of the Amencnn note hut will hold lo her own view.point relative to the; war z >ne in British water-. Certain points raised by the United States are considered Justifiable. Various was sunk by a German submarine, offi ,.,ipri| f.. M :,,, ^."f. I he las, nmethe vessel was seen d.u„e, ,5 the si.u^ionTu, b! wus at j p. in. r Dungeness in on J muaiy 30th .1 company with the London Trader which is also missing. NewYork:-Matthe a Schmidt,, who has been lought by th< police sulate ai Lux mbu.e I foi the past four year j for his par) in the dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times building was arrest. ed in New York today. The Attorney General in New York will begin an investigation On Tuesday next into the increased cost of bread. •so: — lieve thai difficulties with the United Sta es g >vernmenl can be avoided, 1-nveri burg: A sealed packi ge was returned to tl c \mi rii an Con by the G*rman cow man .ml who refused 10 transmit ii. It wasad 1 e-sed in the stale depaitmen at Washington and Secretary Riyan h 1 filed a protesi ag 11.. London.—I l,c Sp .insli a wirimenl has mn I ; at 11 n la ihe pow< is m oidei to o| rail joint action lo end wll I is termed a state ofana'Chy m Mexico accord. ing 1 > despatches frenr Madrid 10 tin liajbariBe relegi ph Cnfnp>iny, washmarttn: \ compn mlse Ding l>ii v< ill be ,, -i.. , hv the giipoi 11 use Febaiary 15th ior<: GOVERNMENT PRt.SS London: — Berlin is celebrating the evacuation ( ,| ] ISI Prussia by thaiRuins wind, is h*ifd as a housl £: week. Only six hour. g.eat victory I General Von will he allowed fo, debat. ., mnoerpurg England is greatlj compromise plan. Lenders ..re ran. elatatfover the success of her air. fidt thai the bill Ui|l pass the men in raids on German positions hodee without dj/fimlty. The R •. '"i,t' g !." m• .. publicans prom is, vigorous -cii-n 'II urope 1, discussing the The senate is marking lime. BELGIAN DAY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH A GARDEN FETE WILL BE MILD IN GOVERNMENT HOUSE GROUNDS On the above date m ,-iid of the Belgian Relief Fund. COURT GOLF TOURNAMENT, PALMISTRY AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. KING ALBERTS BOOKRIFLE RANGE ALLIES BAND GAMES FOR CHILDREN NATIVB WORK AND PBKSERVBS, TEA, ICES and Son DRINKS will be offered for sale. The Police Band will be in attendance (iatcs open at 3.30 p.tn. Admission is Tickets may be obtained at the Hotel Colonial, Mos It j'Book Stoic or ai the 1 'tOS. I FOUND A Young dog* Owner can have it by^sproving ownership and paying expenses. Apply to TRIBUNE February 15 1915 For Hire AUTOMOBILES AND BICYCLES APPLY TO J. P. SIMMS 47 MARKET STREET NASSAU N. P. MRS. E. L. VARGAS Dillet St. South PANAMA HATS CLEANED 1 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OVER notes of the Ui d States to Great Britain and Germany, Great BriWashingrnn:—'I he United Si ill 1 government has rei n ed nn np tain hasalre.-i.lv intimated that plication from Spain for joint a'. H.itish vtssels have been advised tinn with Oilier nations in ihe to uMBtutralflHgsoolvincas^sofi Mexican situs .-., ia 1 Brvai emergency and no general use of so stated tonight % % %  ,.i added that such flags 15 anticipated. no intimation had reached the 1. u '" M,ms,or "t the state department that such action Hague has issued another warning was con term-la ted to neutrals that in view ..f the al1 _____^___ l.ged declaiation ol all British *~ ——————— imits as war ports the use ol oeullal flags by British ships would be dangerous to neutral merchantmen visiting prescribed w, ters, after February 18th. So far as the E is. I'.uss.an situation is concerned the Russians have evacuated the greater part of the Cerman province and nre making a stand on or near the frontier. WVther the stand is for a pitched battles or only for the purpose of delaying the Germans LOST DIAMOND liKOOCII : A Sale OF A varied and generous supply of ILAIN and Facy articles for the benefit of Ihe Saen 'I Hear! School will be held on Mondavand Tuesday Feb. 15 rmd 16U1 al Sa< red Hi irt S( hool Grounds, Easl Shirley Strei 1. Light and Solid Refreshments. Gate open from 4 to 8 p.m. 3 ills B LOST ETWEEN the Presbyterian Church ;inil Wesl Street u small herfrl sliuyd gold brooch containing hair and sit' round with |n ai Isand rubies. If finder will leave same at the'lRUil NE OFFICE a reward will lie given. STA R Set i n Notice given on Platinum. Reward Return to "TRIBUNE" OFFICE Feb. 8, TQ 15. Spotted Mirrors resilvered New ones made to order Panama Hats cleaned Orders left at The Big4Shoe Store. E. S. ROBERTS 1 mo. 150U Pairs Boots and Shoes Being added to aa already replete stock Williams the Sim, man is again opening up one of those Sample Lotsol BO< ITS and Slli )|.S m a limited number of sizes as follow-. viz: — Men's Boots and Sin •• %  in sizi s from 6 to 7i Women's Boots and hoi 1 in sizi s from {'. In \\ Misses Boots and Shot insii from tajto 1 Ihe advantage in parchas|ing from this lot is (as othi rs who have purchased b* fore can attest] thai you can se lect the sizes from a verv large variety of up-to-date styli B at pri es ronsidi r, r clM*nper H i gular lines ; kept 111 stock. CALL EARLY and secure your size at WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT 277. and 279 Bay St City



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Nulllua feddictua |_\imre ii\ verb* mRRlilrl. B*ing bound to iwt&r to tho Oogm&a of no Mivser VOL XII Niv.s.vu, N.P.. Bo.ha.ine.8. Mondnv. February 15. 1915 NO. 69 L. GILBERT DUPUOH, Editor and Proprietor. OPFICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts S i I %  '. P /! ihiimas TMONi: 200. I'. <>. BOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY Monday. Wednesday nd Friday— •-ill'-Itcopy ... ... ... 1<1 I in .i.iy, .in i Thursday tingle copy i*l Saturday—single cn|iy ... ijd W.i kly 5' 1 Monthly I t. Quarterly • %  4^M Half Yearly %  %  Yearly M l I'AYARI.i: IN A.DVANOI | tiling H ttej :—Sis pence pet line forfirat insertion; three pence pre line lorn ndinwrt • % %  line for subsquent insertions. V %  'itisrmciits under eight lines 4s. Latest War News T.*' PUBLISHED AT 5 P. M. S. S. Esperanza arrived New York this morning. ID Mr. Stephen A. Dillett is in the city Bgain, and tlie public are wondering where lie has been, and what lie has been up to, All we have been able to get out of him up to the presi .it is that lie has been down to Andros island, and that the mosquitoes and sail lilies, have nearly devoured him, H* lookt ivell kowevtr notwithstanding that the varmints sucked 15 pounds of blood' The Hotel Company is erecting a new fence along the GoTl link frontage, is puttiog a s'r. ind of Barbed wireat the top ed^o of llie fence. In many civilized parts of the world Barbed wire fencing is not used, and we have no hesitation in urging against it.espccially at thejplace named. If the Barbed wire was put on the inside of the posts it might be permitable, but certaiiily not on the outside, February 15th 1915. GOVERNMENT PRESS I.ondoi.: -Attention to the European conflict centers in East I'ui-sia, where the German army, under personal observation if not tincommand, of Kinp-n.r William has compelled the Russians 10 evacuata their positions East of the Masurian Lakes and retire to their own c untry. The Russians refer to this as a strategical retiremeoi but theGerm in off ial statement intimati tli.it the appearance in this district of a strong new German force surprised the Russian* and that tinGenii ins captured a6.ooo prisoners twe itv cannon and thirty machine guns in adJitiohto quantitiesof war material. If the German statement is hue the kus-nnn reverse has been serious. The army which the Germans (Kinso suddenly into East Prussia il believed to have numbered 300.....0 men. Ii is als.. thought lohave been composed ..fs ildiers who have been fighting along the Bsura and on the Western fi.'iit and of units of a new army trained in Central Germany. The Germans are believed to have resumed the offensive in Russian P..land and on the nlit hank of tinlower Vistula. They h ive 0 upied the town of Sierp ec, Northwest of Plock. I bus the chief battleground of the I1st h .1 transferred from the lines Wesi .f \ mw t" tin' North, Bailies in the Carpathians conti,ubui neitljer side is giving much information concerning the lighting. Things an' -till quiet in the West. A British eye-witness says that the British artillery* has been gre itly strengthened. There havebeen many reports that new and bitter guns are being constructed by the British and these are now apparently in ser vioe. Airmen have been extremely active. In the West thirty British livers today delivered attacks on German positions in Belgium, and German aviators have dropped hundreds of bombs in Verdun. Both sides seem to have adopted the idea that attacks by a large number of aeroplanes is the only way to make it effective. London:— The communication of the united States government reg; rding Germanys naval war were received at the American Embassy today. Ambassador Gcir.ir.l later presented it to the German Foreign Secretary. London: — British aviators raided several Belgian towns. Bombs were dropped on Oslend, Bruges and othei places held L>\ Germans, Claude Graham White Ml into the sea but was rescued by a French cru'ser. Two other machines wenhit by Geim.ins. Petrogard: —News have reached heir from an apparently authentic source thai Germ arty and Austria' have dr. I;.w d tin M II |' "deuce of Poland, to become authoritative on February 14' h. W.isliii.iiioii:— The I'nst install meiit of Great Blitainsreplj to the protest of the United -states to interference with neutral shipping received by the stale depai tin. lit is only one-third "f the full reply, and its contents aie not know;. 1 \ pt that it is an expansion of t h e previous communication. About .(."". wolds have been leceived, Washington:—The ship-purchase bill struggle has shifted from the senate to the house and the closure rule is taken up. Republican* fought the rule in the si nme with the vigor th a tin-V fought on the ii -bill. Democrats will confer today to determine future steps. President Wilson is opposed to the bill as an emergency measure and will offer a counter-proposal. W ighington: -The Uniti d States is sending s strong diplomatic represent ition to Canants. February 14th 1915. London 131I1 Governor Bahamas, Official news February 13th; lunch government icports in Vosges, French chasseuis have brillianty carried a hill incurring only insignificant losses. In I orraioe German attacks repulsed elsewhere artillery duels. Russian government reports German a ttaiks in Carpathians near Kosziona, where enemy suffered heavy losses at cne point enemy trenches and five hundred prisoners captured. Admiral' announces operations by nava wing in Flanders with thirty foui areoplanes and Zeppelins, object prevent developement submarine basis. Ostend railway station reported much damaged, property burnt down, Blankenbergh Station damaged, railway lines torn up, many places bombs dropped on gun positions at Middelkerke and Gew man mines weepers Zeebrugge, No submarine seen. Graham White fell into sea near Nieuport rescuad by French vessel, all pilots returned safely two machines damaged. ("Signed) HARCOURT. From Cape Cod. Germans claim capture of whole Russian corps in Fast Prussia; but this ia offset by German defeat m Poland and Ausiru-German ieveises in Carpathians Germans Say British aeroplane raid yesteiday did small damage to military works besid/s injuring many innocent Belgian CftVIIlans. Paris Peppelin from Black FOB. e-t %  uion hew ovei Meulhausen toward French fortress at Bel fort today having engaged with French airman, the lesult of which is as yet unkown. Havre: Reported here but not verified ihat German submarines have sunk two British merchantmen, London: —Fate reports from Belgium indicate that yesterday's ail raid on German posts ly British aeroplanes resulted in widespiead damage to sail way terminals and supply stations, but details are not obtainable. Amsterdam:—Berlin newspaper declares that American note to Germany will not pievent war Zone waters from being perilous lor neutral veSseTs after February 18th and that American ships entering these waters will do so ht the. 1 own risk. Chicago: — May wheat dropped again today having further loss in price of 5 i\ cents, now 18 cents bushel I under high price ol 157. February 15th 1915. VIOKKD UP Count Von Bernstoff, German Wear A^r*>vr*c ? tor>'c; Shoe: l :*.*.<< ._


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Nulllua feddictua |_\imre ii\ verb* mRRlilrl.
B*ing bound to iwt&r to tho Oogm&a of no Mivser
VOL XII
Niv.s.vu, N.P.. Bo.ha.ine.8. Mondnv. February 15. 1915
NO. 69
L. GILBERT DUPUOH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OPFICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
S i I ''. P /! ihiimas
TMONi: 200. I'. <>. BOX 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday. Wednesday nd Friday
-ill'-It- copy ... ... ... 1<1
I in .i.iy, .in i Thursday tingle copy i*l
Saturdaysingle cn|iy ... ijd
W.i kly ............ 5'1
Monthly ............It. '
Quarterly........ 4^- M
Half Yearly............'-
Yearly ...........Ml
I'AYARI.i: in A.DVANOI
| tiling H ttej :Sis pence pet line
forfirat insertion; three pence pre line
lorn ndinwrt
line for subsquent insertions.
V .'itisrmciits under eight lines 4s.
Latest War News
T.*' PUBLISHED AT 5 P. M.
S. S. Esperanza arrived
New York this morning.
ID
Mr. Stephen A. Dillett is in
the city Bgain, and tlie public
are wondering where lie has
been, and what lie has been
up to, All we have been able to
get out of him up to the presi .it
is that lie has been down to
Andros island, and that the
mosquitoes and sail lilies, have
nearly devoured him, H* lookt
ivell kowevtr notwithstanding
that the varmints sucked 15
pounds of blood'
The Hotel Company is erec-
ting a new fence along the
GoTl link frontage, is puttiog a
s'r.ind of Barbed wireat the top
ed^o of llie fence. In many civil-
ized parts of the world Barbed
wire fencing is not used, and we
have no hesitation in urging
against it.espccially at thejplace
named. If the Barbed wire was
put on the inside of the posts it
might be permitable, but cer-
taiiily not on the outside,
February 15th 1915.
GOVERNMENT PRESS
I.ondoi.: -Attention to the Eu-
ropean conflict centers in East
I'ui-sia, where the German army,
under personal observation if not
tin- command, of Kinp-n.r William
has compelled the Russians 10 eva-
cuata their positions East of the
Masurian Lakes and retire to their
own c untry.
The Russians refer to this as a
strategical retiremeoi but theGer-
m in off ial statement intimati -
tli.it the appearance in this district
of a strong new German force sur-
prised the Russian* and that tin-
Genii ins captured a6.ooo prisoners
twe itv cannon and thirty machine
guns in adJitiohto quantitiesof
war material.
If the German statement is hue
the kus-nnn reverse has been seri-
ous.
The army which the Germans
(Kin- so suddenly into East Prussia
il believed to have numbered 300.-
....0 men. Ii is als.. thought lohave
been composed ..fs ildiers who have
been fighting along the Bsura and
on the Western fi.'iit and of units
of a new army trained in Central
Germany.
The Germans are believed to
have resumed the offensive in Rus-
sian P..land and on the nlit hank
of tin- lower Vistula. They h ive
0 upied the town of Sierp ec,
Northwest of Plock. I bus the chief
battleground of the I- 1st h .- 1
transferred from the lines Wesi .f
\ mw t" tin' North,
Bailies in the Carpathians con-
ti,u- bui neitljer side is giving
much information concerning the
lighting.
Things an' -till quiet in the
West. A British eye-witness says
that the British artillery* has been
gre itly strengthened.
There havebeen many reports
that new and bitter guns are being
constructed by the British and
these are now apparently in ser
vioe.
Airmen have been extremely ac-
tive. In the West thirty British
livers today delivered attacks on
German positions in Belgium, and
German aviators have dropped
hundreds of bombs in Verdun.
Both sides seem to have adopt-
ed the idea that attacks by a large
number of aeroplanes is the only
way to make it effective.
London: The communication
of the united States government
reg; rding Germanys naval war
were received at the Ameri-
can Embassy today. Ambassador
Gcir.ir.l later presented it to the
German Foreign Secretary.
London: British aviators raided
several Belgian towns. Bombs were
dropped on Oslend, Bruges and
othei places held L>\ Germans,
Claude Graham White Ml into
the sea but was rescued by a French
cru'ser. Two other machines wen-
hit by Geim.ins.
Petrogard: News have reached
heir from an apparently authentic
source thai Germ arty and Austria'
have dr. I;.w d tin M II |' "deuce of
Poland, to become authoritative on
February 14' h.
W.isliii.iiioii: The I'nst install
meiit of Great Blitainsreplj to the
protest of the United -states to in-
terference with neutral shipping
received by the stale depai tin. lit is
only one-third "f the full reply,
and its contents aie not know;.
1 \ pt that it is an expansion of
t h e previous communication.
About .(."". wolds have been le-
ceived,
Washington:The ship-purchase
bill struggle has shifted from the
senate to the house and the closure
rule is taken up. Republican*
fought the rule in the si nme with
the vigor th a tin-V fought on the
ii -bill. Democrats will confer to-
day to determine future steps.
President Wilson is opposed to the
bill as an emergency measure and
will offer a counter-proposal.
W ighington: -The Uniti d States
is sending s strong diplomatic re-
present ition to Canants.
February 14th 1915.
London 131I1
Governor
Bahamas,
Official news February 13th;
lunch government icports in
Vosges, French chasseuis have bril-
lianty carried a hill incurring only
insignificant losses. In I orraioe
German attacks repulsed elsewhere
artillery duels.
Russian government reports
German a ttaiks in Car-
pathians near Kosziona, where
enemy suffered heavy losses at cne
point enemy trenches and five hun-
dred prisoners captured. Admiral'
announces operations by nava
wing in Flanders with thirty foui
areoplanes and Zeppelins, object
prevent developement submarine
basis. Ostend railway station re-
ported much damaged, property
burnt down, Blankenbergh Station
damaged, railway lines torn up,
many places bombs dropped on gun
positions at Middelkerke and Gew
man mines weepers Zeebrugge, No
submarine seen. Graham White
fell into sea near Nieuport rescuad
by French vessel, all pilots returned
safely two machines damaged.
("Signed)
HARCOURT.
From Cape Cod.
Germans claim capture of whole
Russian corps in Fast Prussia;
but this ia offset by German defeat
m Poland and Ausiru-German
ieveises in Carpathians
Germans Say British aeroplane raid
yesteiday did small damage to
military works besid/s injuring
many innocent Belgian CftVIIlans.
Paris Peppelin from Black Fob.
e-t ! uion hew ovei Meulhausen to-
ward French fortress at Bel fort to-
day having engaged with French
airman, the lesult of which is as
yet unkown.
Havre: Reported here but not
verified ihat German submarines
have sunk two British merchant-
men,
London: Fate reports from Bel-
gium indicate that yesterday's ail
raid on German posts ly British
aeroplanes resulted in widespiead
damage to sail way terminals and
supply stations, but details are not
obtainable.
Amsterdam:Berlin newspaper
declares that American note to
Germany will not pievent war
Zone waters from being perilous
lor neutral veSseTs after February
18th and that American ships en-
tering these waters will do so ht
the. 1 own risk.
Chicago: May wheat dropped
again today having further loss in
price of 5 i\ cents, now 18 cents
bushel I under high price ol 157.
February 15th 1915.
VIOKKD UP
Count Von Bernstoff, German
Wear A^r*>vr*c?tor>'c; Shoe:
l :*.*.<<_________________ ._



iW,v,h Washington iodi-Jwill now be known for several
" Mm*l?'tUtiKu Ger,nany * days. Throughout Poland wh?re
c''T, "l,heW,a,r2nede; ",C f,B'"inK ^""d dnK the
2.untrin V V nrut-al past weeks u,s b*nle* now ofc
countries and Germany is mam- j sist of artillery engagements. In
the Carpathians the fighting oou
The Russians liae begun a new
movment against the Austro-Ger-
mans in the Carpathians in a re-
tinues with more less seventy and
without decisive results.
*'I lie Egyptian ain.y lias annihi-
,__ n . ..._..._ . 11C (.K^^ilc, am y lias aiiiuiii-
ewed effort to invade Hungary.. latrd a force of two hundred Turin
Noith of Tukholka Pass at tlie
heights of Koziuwaka the Ger-
mans have been driven from their
advance positions.
1 here is no news ofimportanct
from East Prussia, Poland or the
Western war fronts.
ijiers bayoneted 8300 Auslrians
M Doukla Pass. Gloom however
shrouds Petrograd at Geiman vie
toiy in East Prussia.
Franco-Belgian troops have re-
pulsed enemy altacks on Nieuport
lines.
I larve:Shipping circles here
now consider it practically certain
Hint the British steamer Oricle
and Arabs officered by Germans
who were preparing foi an attack
on the entrance to the Gulf of
Suez. In France, Flandeis and \l-
sace there has been little or no
fighting of importance so far as
official reports disclose.
It is announced that the leaders
of the South African rebellion will
be placed on trial for treason.
Berlin: Germany is pleased
With the terms of the Amencnn
note hut will hold lo her own
view.point relative to the; war
z >ne in British water-. Certain
points raised by the United States
are considered Justifiable. Various
was sunk by a German submarine, offi ,.,i- pri|f..M:,,, ^."f. ,
I he las, nmethe vessel was seen d.ue, ,5 the si.u^ionTu, b!
wus at j p. in.
r Dungeness in
on J muaiy 30th
.1 company with
the London Trader which is also
missing.
NewYork:-Matthe a Schmidt,,
who has been lought by th< police sulate ai Lux mbu.e I
foi the past four year j for his par)
in the dynamiting of the Los
Angeles Times building was arrest.
ed in New York today.
The Attorney General in New
York will begin an investigation
On Tuesday next into the increas-
ed cost of bread.
so:
lieve thai difficulties with the
United Sta es g >vernmenl can be
avoided,
1-nveri burg: A sealed packi ge
was returned to tl c \mi rii an Con
- by the G*r-
man cow man .ml who refused 10
transmit ii. It wasad 1 e-sed in the
stale depaitmen at Washington
and Secretary Riyan h 1 filed a pro-
tesi ag 11..
London.I l,c Sp .insli a wiri-
menl has mn I ; at 11 n la ihe
pow< is m oidei to o|rail, joint
action lo end wll I is termed a
state ofana'Chy m Mexico accord.
ing 1 > despatches frenr Madrid 10
tin liajbariBe relegi ph Cnfnp>iny,
washmarttn: \ compn mlse
Ding l>ii v< ill be ,, -i..,, hv the
giipoi
11 use
Febaiary 15th ior<:
GOVERNMENT PRt.SS
London: Berlin is celebrating
the evacuation (,| ] ISI Prussia by
thaiRuins wind, is h*ifd as a housl : week. Only six hour.
g.eat victory I General Von will he allowed fo, debat........,
mnoerpurg England is greatlj compromise plan. Lenders ..re ran.
elatatfover the success of her air. fidt thai the bill Ui|l pass the
men in raids on German positions hodee without dj/fimlty. The R .
'"i,t'g!."m- .. publicans prom is, vigorous -cii-n
'II urope 1, discussing the The senate is marking lime.
BELGIAN DAY
Tuesday, February 16th
A GARDEN FETE
Will Be Mild in
Government House Grounds
On the above date m ,-iid of the
Belgian Relief Fund.
COURT GOLF TOURNA-
MENT,
Palmistry and other
attractions.
king alberts book-
rifle range
allies band
games for children
Nativb Work and Pbkservbs,
Tea, Ices and Son Drinks
will be offered for sale.
The Police Band will be in
attendance
(iatcs open at 3.30 p.tn.
Admission is Tickets may be
obtained at the Hotel Colonial,
Mos It j'- Book Stoic or ai the
' 1 'tOS.
I
FOUND
A Young dog* Owner
can have it by^sproving
ownership and paying expen-
ses.
Apply to
TRIBUNE
February 15 1915
For Hire
AUTOMOBILES
AND
BICYCLES
APPLY TO
J. P. SIMMS
47 MARKET STREET
NASSAU N. P.
MRS. E. L. VARGAS
Dillet St. South
PANAMA HATS CLEANED
1 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
OVER
notes of the Ui.....d States to Great
Britain and Germany, Great Bri-
Washingrnn:'I he United Si ill 1
government has rei n ed nn np
tain hasalre.-i.lv intimated that plication from Spain for joint a'.
H.itish vtssels have been advised tinn with Oilier nations in ihe
to uMBtutralflHgsoolvincas^sofi Mexican situs.......-., ia 1 Brvai
emergency and no general use of so stated tonight ,.i added that
such flags 15 anticipated. no intimation had reached the
1. u '" M,ms,or "t the state department that such action
Hague has issued another warning was con term-la ted '
to neutrals that in view ..f the al-1 _____^____________
l.ged declaiation ol all British *~
imits as war ports the use ol oeul-
lal flags by British ships would be
dangerous to neutral merchantmen
visiting prescribed w, ters, after
February 18th.
So far as the E is. I'.uss.an sit-
uation is concerned the Russians
have evacuated the greater part
of the Cerman province and nre
making a stand on or near the
frontier. WVther the stand is for
a pitched battles or only for the
purpose of delaying the Germans
LOST
DIAMOND
liKOOCII :
A Sale
OF
A varied and generous
supply of
ILAIN and Facy articles
for the benefit of Ihe Sa-
en 'I Hear! School will be
held on Mondavand Tuesday
Feb. 15 rmd 16U1 al Sa< red
Hi irt S( hool Grounds, Easl
Shirley Strei 1.
Light and Solid Refresh-
ments.
Gate open from 4 to 8 p.m.
3 ills-
B
LOST
ETWEEN the Presbyterian
Church ;inil Wesl Street u
small herfrl sliuyd gold brooch
containing hair and sit' round
with |n ai Isand rubies.
If finder will leave same at
the'lRUil NE OFFICE a re-
ward will lie given.
STA R
Set i n
Notice
given on
Platinum. Reward
Return to
"TRIBUNE" OFFICE
Feb. 8, tq 15.
Spotted Mirrors resilvered
New ones made to order
Panama Hats cleaned
Orders left at The Big4Shoe
Store.
E. S. ROBERTS
1 mo.
150U
Pairs
Boots and Shoes
Being added to aa already
replete stock
Williams the Sim, man is
again opening up one of
those Sample Lotsol BO< ITS
and Slli )|.S m a limited
number of sizes as follow-.
viz:
Men's Boots and Sin in sizi s
from 6 to 7i
Women's Boots and hoi 1
in sizi s from {'. In \\
Misses Boots and Shot insii
from tajto 1
Ihe advantage in parchas-
|ing from this lot is (as othi rs
who have purchased b* fore
can attest] thai you can se
lect the sizes from a verv
large variety of up-to-date
styli b at pri es ronsidi r,
rclM*nper H.....igular lines
; kept 111 stock.
CALL EARLY
and secure your size at
WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT
277. and 279 Bay St City
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