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OI'KICK: Corner Shirley 6, Charlotte Sta A'assan, .V. /'., Iiahamas 'PHONE 200. I\ O. HOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Friday— Single copy Jd Tuesday, and Thursday—single copy id Saturday—tingle copy ... iId Weekly fll Monthly i s. 6d S uaiteilv .. 4s. 6d alf Yearly 9 *. Yearly 1 8s. PAYABLE IN A-DVANUK Advertising Rate* :—Su pence |>er line for fiat insertion: three pence per line for second insertion ; and one penny pe line (or subsr|ueut insertions. Adveitlvnui.ts iiiulci eight lines |s. Ube tribune TUESDAY, July fa. 1913. fPUBLISHED AI 7 P. M. Our thanks are due to the Honourable the Colonial Secretary for copies of the "Report of the Committee on Alleged German Outrages" and an Appendix thereto recently presented to Parliament, and "Reports on the Violation of the Rights of Nations and of the Laws and Customs of War in Belgium. TH&'GENIP. is extensively grown in this island and is becoming very popular, and taking a high place among our small fruits, its production is increasingly large. It is vulgarly and erroneously called the Canep. • :o: Mr. Bruce \V. Veazell in three instances today speeded his motorcycle on passing our office at a speed that was peri Ions to the life and limb of passengers on Shirley Street, apparently for our special entertainment. We were highly amused, so will he be when he kills somebody's child Qui vivra, verra. Latest War News Jnlv 6th 1915. London, July 5th. Governor, ha ha mas, Official News July 5th.— %  .* The French government reports that theTighting in argonnc continued until morning of 3rd July, the enemy sustaining very heavmlosses. Enemy attack in close formation north of Arras was dispersed with very heavy losses. •"" %  *' The Russian .government report that a German battle snip of the Deutchland class was blown-up by a submarine at the entrance to Dantzig Bay. A Russian destroyer also rammed a German sub marine. The German minelayer Albatross was attacked and run ashore on the Goth land coast. On land the Russian of fensive ijear Radon was sue cessful. I here was desperate fighting between the Vistula and Bug Rivers near Wieprz River. After holding up enemy advances on the Gnila Lipa Russian patrols have now fallen back. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Via Key West. London, July 4th.—At a rate estimated to be five miles a day general Von Mackensens German forces are still swinging Northward in Galicia and Poland in a colossal endeavour to drive a wedge into the Russian centre and dislodge them from the Vistula and force them back over the Bug River, thus splitting the Grand Dukes forces into two sections with thousands of acres of swamp and marsh 1 a 11 d between them. If the Austro-Germanscon Untie their progress an >ther wee!? it will make conditions fairly untenable for the Rus sians, it is said. In Southeast Galicia the Russians are fighting tenaci ously and have the advant age of a remarkable series of parallel! rivers beyond the Gnila Lipa, and the Austro German advance is likely t<> be costly. Thus on the two extreme wing* the Russians appenr to be firm and Where they are retreating it is still claimed that the retirement is orderly and accompanied by valorous rear-guard actions I f The Autro-Oernian advance in the centre moreover is getting deeper into the country covered ith forests and streams. %  Some of the British writers think the time has come for Great Britain and France to begin a general offensive and force a transfer of Gorman troops from the" East, but the more conservative military writers think the time is not yet at hand and that the best "Id England can lend her Eastern ally is to pour into Ruwia every ounce of ammunition that Can I'e spared without curtailing the necessary supply at the Western front. One of the main aims of the Germans in the East is a vast, move behind Warsaw embracing Brestliteviskt one of the strong Russian bases. July eith, 1 Q 15. Via Key West. Civilian rcsidentsof Warsaw, say Petrograd despatches, are leaving the city because ol the possibility of German occupation. Bombs have been dropped oa Warsaw from German iiireraft and the fall of ;he Pol ish capitol is predicted by the end of July. In explanation of the contin ui'US retirement of the Russian centre a Petrograd despatch sa\s that they will refuse to accept serious battle in a country devoid ol railways. Russia has not denied that in the recent naval engagement in the Baltic the Russian war ships violated Swedish territo rial waters and that the situation is not unlike the circum stances of the affair off the coast of Chile when British cruisers sank the Dresden. Swedish papers comment on the affair in a mild tone assum ing that an apology and expla nation will be forthcoming. According to Copenhagen dispatch's the greater part of the battle was fought iir Swe dish waters and the crew of the 1 Osfgame lighthouse bad to lie! Il it to escape shrapnel. Petmgrad: 4th:—A detail story of l'ridii\s naval bait e is Riven in .a Russian official statement tonight, as follows: The Russian cruiseisRurikmaka roff, Byan, Rogntyrnnd Olegcn countered the enemy at eight o'clock in the morning between the Island ofGothard and the Gothland coast. I lie enemv consisted of a light cruiser of the Augsberg class and a mine layer with i three destroyers. The sea was shrouded in a fog so dense that the ships frequently wrUrjwal lowed up in the darkness and therefore the gunfire was in accurate. lie Russians, intending to intercept the enemy's letu.-n, weir attacked by the torpedo boats but were unharmed In an hour the Aughslierg, finding the Russian me too hut, abandoned her slower consort and lied full speed southward. The German nun-: layei began to s*y^^signs of distress and the torpedo B^^L endevoured to assist her. throwJn^^MSt columns of black smoke out of their funnel) and rendering the fog more dense, but at nine o'clock the foFcmast of tha AlbatfOt* was shot away and the doomed vessel began to list. Hauling down her flag she made for the coast. 4 s she was bad y damaged anil was entering neutral waters the Russiani ceaa d firing and moo she was seen to go ashore behind the Ostgaine lighthouse. The RUMUM CniiMd Northward. At ten ('clock ihevsiglitc a squadron if the eneniy including an %  rmoara I Cruisei of the Roon class, a light cruiser of the Augeherg Clan and four destroyers. The Russian! immediately gave bottle and a half an hour later the enemy Ixv p n to retreat while vever.il submarines attacked the R niani uneuccesfully. The Rurak was sent at full speed against the retreating vessels which wee joined by ninth r Mel if the Bremen class. The Rurak had tha satisfacti in of teeing the 1 Ifect of her (ball lire for the cneur. s fuc weakened, the Boom four 8-inch guns were lileoced end tire broke out ill. Evidently disliking further Conflict the enemv dis.ippe.ued in the fog. 'I lie Russian sustained 'rifling d mage. None wen kille an I but 11 men were wounde I.' Bbortly afterwards tha Rus ians we e attacked by tor|>edoes from submarines but were protected bv Russian torpedo boats which arrived to reinforce them. One of the torpedo boats was damaged in drlvii g off the submarine attacks July 6th 1915. Berlin:—The sinking by the Russians of a battleship of the Deutchland type in the Baltic is denied here. The Russians lost 20,000 men in an unsuccessful attack between the Pruth and Djieister Rivers. They are now retiring across the Bukowina frontier. London.— I he Russians are fighting desperately to check the Teutons advance on Warsaw and claim to be checking them at different points but concede Russian retirement in East Galicia. A German submarine shelled (he British steamer AngloCalifornia killing twelve and injuring eight of the 'J^a*. There wer" fifty Americans^rh the crew. Mancouvci ing enabled the vessel to escape. The Norwegian bark Fiery Cross was sunkby a submarine, the crew escaped. It is officially announced r 1



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\ at 5,000 Turks were killed pleasure to hear him (Mr. and 15.000 wounded in the Thompson) lecturing to his Dardanelles between June 2# scholars about the European and July 2nd. war, especially referring to Paris admits that German] the "Mother Country," the assaults have been successful [cause why she is fighting etc; between Fayenhaye and Mo-' telling them their duty to our sclle, but they were repulsed %  beloved King (George V) Wbe\\'here. We would like to sec a post """" "German submarine sunk office established here, to save the French steamer Carthage and the French schooner I lithe inconvenience one has to undergo to receive their rondelle, the crews were saved letters from Long Cay. A French squadron shelled two submarines, hitting one. Both disappeared. Constantinople claims that the Allies lost heavily in a vain attempt to land rein forcements on Gallipoli. Amsterdam reports that the German submarine accidently sunk off the mouth of the Kins has been raised. Only one of crew died. Colonel Hill Crooked Island June 15th 1915. The Editor Tribune Thanking you for space, 1 am yours LOYALIST. A GRAND FLEET CHAPLAIN'S NOTE-BOOK. --0— IX.-"GUNS." As touching the race of Gunnery Lieutenants, they are all exactly alike, only some are rather more so than Others. I write this because our own particular representative of *he type has just blown in through the wardSir, room door as though impellPlease give following space %  ed by a charge of cordite, in your valued columns. there to explode with rapid Rev. C. A. Dana visited USj firing for the space of three on 7th and preached two inminutes, then blowing out teresting sermons and left noisily through another door, overall suit of b! again on 8th en route to visit his churches at the East end of this Island and Acklins. drawn into it. Should you hazard the original remark I hat it is a fine day, he will agree with yoji up to a certain point: "Very nice, but not quite so much Visibility as there wasjn the forenoon, do you think?" The heat haze has softened a little the sharp clearness of the morning light—and so a target cannot be seen at quite so distant a range now. An unexpected hot day, such as we sometimes get in carly'Spring, is a little irritating to him, as it means that certain arrangements connected with gunsights and graduated for definite temperatures must all be altered at once Do not, please, confuse the Gunnery Lieutenant with an ordinary common naval officer. This is an enthusiast, a dreamer lie lives for his guns; by, with, or from his guns, and, as the Latin Primer says, sometimes in his 1:11ns, or as far in as he can crawl, and certainly in the guns' turrets, where he is to be found half the day. Occasionally he descends from his Olympian heights to the lower world of the wardroom, clad in an The farms are surely looking satisfactory, and the farleaving the wardroom and. ts o r u, e "boihr-creeping" type occupants a shattered wru k such a rig as would h 1V( amidst the fumes; and I, who strL1(1 ,.,,,,, horror into t]|( have witnessed an identical performance on the part of many gunnery lieutenants mers are dancing for joy in through a long series of year., the hope of their expected thought well to commit to summer crops. Since the war began and steamers stopped calling at Long Cay foi stevedores the paper at once some notes on the life and character of "Guns." From his particular point inhabitants here have found of view the whole ship is themselves more independ.mt! nothing more than a gunof late by farming more than platform ; the engines a conusual. They have learnt thatjvenient means of bringing his farming is more remunerative j guns within range or an ob than "Going on the Steamer" ject ; all theofficers and men Sisal is being attended to tare considered by him accordmore than before, and in the jing as they subserve in greatnear future this Island wilier or less degree the great rank with her sister island in Jju;. out put of that product. Our energetic teacher Mr. Geo. H. Thompson is as usual [entirely unconnected with the still doing well with hisjgre.it scheme; while as for school; it gives one pleasure his opinion of the torpedo pure soul of any executive officer a do/en years ago! Every type of gun is equally acceptable to him, from a tiny three-pounder to a huge fifteen-ioch ; they are the organ-pipes from which he conjures the music he loves ; he has practiced so long with ecstasy, and only awaits the hour when he may make them sound a grand Triumphal March And by virtue of his office laalso lakes a loving interest in any sort of machine that bears the rcinoh si resemblance to that masterpiece of science and art, The Gun. Me it only a clay pigeon our nervous tension, 1 consisting of (1) a cardboard model of a roof; (2) Horrcscorcfcrcns, five cardboard pussies to 'place on the same ; and (3) so^ue catapults of wire* and j rubber with projectiles of j leathern strips to shoot them with : a Hunnish conceit, in truth, and must surely have been made in Germany! But, would you believe it "Guns" felt that this naturally came withitl kit department, and at once took the whole affair out of our hands! In the most scientific way he "bracketed," spotted, and all the rest of it, getting the range in speedy time, and showing the greatest delight when the poor pussies were "put out of action" I suppose he has his counterpart amongst the German Navy. Possible some Oberleutnant is equally anxious to see the effect in action of his beloved Karone : for what is the good of a war, anvw.ix asks "Guns," if we can't have a proper day out with the big-boys? And if you suggest to him that there is jua possibility that the war may finish without a general fleetaction, he turns away in disgust, only staying 10 remark, "Then, for goodni s' sake let's have peace soon, SO that we can get on with our battlepractice firing !" GASOLINE In Drums Ileven pence per Gallon. 'Ten Gallon Can.( >nc Shil ling per G lllon C.'C. SAUNDERS East Hay Street Nassau N P. April, 13th IQI5. to give it a visit. purposes of gunnery; and he mildly wonders that an inscrutable Providence permits the existence ofsoine who are .'throwingtrap, vo • will see him fingering il delicatHyand caressing it like n mother lii r child. We had in this : ship a toy, a game, sent by lieutenant and all his works. Ilalso gives inexpressible . .! Even the Weather gets'some kind friend to relieve' Every Monday SALE HERE FOR Boots, Shoes, Collars, Notions, f>ont miss your c hanc*. Sold for small value. Come and SAYi. MONEY. J. K. AMOURY. I lay Street. MUTILATED I



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Ifckly. lii has the spotted ty Sine with ba^ and ba^.-iv % %  : vh it they can't cans on thi ii bodii s, they have stow. ed away m capacious bags Now thej have stepped into the 'foyer*of the'Eotlausungsanstal ten' strip to the skin and tie all their belongings togethasviato one bundle. Russian'servants of the institute take up the bundles and carry them into the doinlVcii in chamber. Here" everything is hung up on hooks It s time now to seal up the room, but there is a slight delay. "One of the Russians, it is found, lias some silk undervests and elegant ladies' blouses rn his sack. Probably linst Prus sian booty In the bag of.( i i ther a thousand rubles in paper money is found. Stolen or lion orablycome by ? Who knows? The Komraandantur of the pri son camp will deride the knotty problem. A small stove is now canied in ; the 'fuel' consists of three qu irts of a milky white fluid. The doors are locked and sealed. For five hours the clothes and other personal property of the 150 Russian pri soners now hang in the dense fumes of sulphur, phosphor us, etc, till the last louse has given up the ghost. Modified Turkish Baths. "Meanwhile, the naked prisoners wander into the bath chambers. Washing with soap and hot water is com| ulsory the first st'-p in the process In the centre of the room is a pyramid of !) %  11. In s, thirty feet high. From top to 1) (ttoin, all places are taken by naked prisoners; there i> room for fifty on the pj lamid. I he base of the pyramid con-is^ of sup rheated sheet tin, on u Inch cold water is sprayed continually, inslantly turning into steam. I!. 1 our Russians sit for ><> minuti -, en joying a Turkish hath with ( lain war mi d iications, for their heads are all wound round with towels soaked incarbol. A cold shower b ith follows. Each tie n receives a (dean skirt and drawers, and the whole procession wanders into the amph rest 100m, where the 150 Russians are laid out on three tiers of. wooden 'couches, fifty to a tier. Here they have to wait and rest another foul hours, till the dis infection of their cloths is fin ished. And hi re reigns a happy, carefree life: One group plays "^sasR !" ~ cauls. I oik songs are sung. .Many sleep. Others chnt about home. They all look fresh and chipper now, and when you see the gentlemen that \\a\, all in el an under things, they don't mskcal all a bad impn ssion.. "The hours quickly wu They are now lined up in rows, and their disinfected bundles of cloths arc brought in and each receives his bundle. Fully clad again, the prisoners are brought outside, when! there German company commander, a non-commissioned officer, is wating to receive his charges. "Tschakumascli," sounds the command of the Russian SergeanLln immediate command, ami ll.e column moves otf to its barrat ks, "Who knows how many of those silent allies of the 'Triple Entente have lost their lives I" die German writer concludes, reflectively, then philosophizes. "Not every Russian is infested. There are also cleanly people among them. Hut every Russian is 1 • ; ilv a 'suspect' ; he may be the unwitting host of the 'spotted typhus' carrier. And so he is put through the process, and this, too, is a part of the titanic world struggle of our days.'' Rather more important is the moral of the fact that the Germans are spending %  '$-',500,000 in new construction close to the Russian frontier. It indicates that the Germans consider the danger of a Russian invasion as no longer a S' r ious possibility, while the scale 011 which they are preparing to receive new Russian prisoners is a moreci 11 crete guage of their confidence in the future, and therefore moie significant than even the modest rhetoric of leading Gen erals aid stntesm-n. — Tin-: NEW YORK TIMES Entertainment An Entertainment will be given in ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST CHURCH on MQ.NDAY, tatli inst. at 8 p.m. ADMISSION 60. FOR ADULTS. 30. FOR CHILDREN. All are cordially invited. Don't miss this opportunity of passing an hour of intense excitement. Refreshments will be sold, reasonably and best service guaranteed. Position Wanted. DY A YOUNG MAN who, is willing 60 work, has (! x 'perience in the Grocery business, can ride a wheel, Mid drive a horse ; ahjo has ability in office work and ready f" 1 all kinds of work that is honouri.h!e. I will be satisfied with a ainall enlan to begin with; give me a trial and if after a specified time I do not suit, I will not expect to bo paid. am a Bahamian by birl h, a resident in Miami for over a year and oall furnish best of references. CABLE OH WRI I r m HERBERT E. WINNINGS, 617 Avenue I. Miami, Ida. Care W. E. FROST, Manager. J. G. McCRORY'8 fotfl. and lOcts. Store, l'-'th Si. Miami, Ida. 1 FOR SUMMER SUITS Palm Beach Cloth at 3s. 7d. MM. HILTON. 'PHON E 2f;j_. A Night In THE HOLY LAND will be the subject of a LECTURE Illustrated by Stereoptican Views in ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST CATHEDRAL Meet in;; Slice:. On Wednesday Evening JULY 7TH. By the Rev. John \Y Ski rrett. DOOM oi> N AT 7.::o. LBOTURB TO lil.'ulX ATH I'M. POPULAR PRICES. Y H E R E 'S AN OPPORTUNE that you cannot afford to lose. If You Want To— Economize. If You Wn.nl A First Class Light. If You Want lo fie — Recognized. 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Nuiliua additltie |urnre ir\ verba ma Being bound to fwoar to (he Dogmas of no Master. *rA, \ %  T n lot.. XII. Nftsiiiu. N. P.. Bahama* TUr.SDAY July. b. 1913 NO. 294 Germany Now Wars On 'Silent Enemy. 9 Millions Being Spent To Rid the Army of Vermin, Carrying Disease Into ths Ranks. GREAT DISINFECTING PLANTS. To be Built Along Russian Border A Rigorous System for All Prisoners. BERLIN, May i.—Germany's heroic fight against tlie tenth enemy "—the Russian louse— hai all but been lost in t lie grand shullle of tlie w orld war, and ) et it is not the least dramatic chap ter of contemporary history. It began by being taken for a joke; and the German higher leaders frankly admit that just as they underrated the English, so the) underrated these allies of the Triple Entente. It Was for a long time a source of revenue to professional humorists; while with "Grand Duke Nicolaus" it fu nish'-d a favourite rhyme for the German soldiers at the front in I* iland.nnd every one of their semi-subterranean villas that I Saw th-re line ,u least one sign I in IKI with this: uggestivecoup let. The field |> >st brought an in creasing tide of homeward let lers from ih %  fighters in the east con'airj ng appeals to the folks at home to sen 1 out compounds and medicaments for checking the unsolicited advances of Pol ish lice. Many German cities appropriated funds to send out cai loads of anti vermin "Lie .alien" to their brave sons. M \t no I lindenhurg could si the hresistible o Ivanee of then million HI miei; in fact, I linden burg played right into their hands by rounding up hundreds ol thousands ol Russian prisonen and bringing the enemy into Germany. Their successful offensive carried them clear through Germany to the battle line in the west ; they have gained a firm foothold in Flan deis, around Lille on the Oise, along the Aisne. The mattei ceased to be a joke and became food for thought for professors, scientists, Generals and committees of Geheimrats, when some bright person discovered thai the harmless looking Uus si an louse was the carrier of the dread "spotted lyplius" germ and therefore threatening to become a more t< rrible scourge lhan all the Czar's swarms ol Cossacks. The relentless finish fight against the "tenth enemy" is on now to tlie death. It is enlisting some of the best brains ill the Kaiser's Empire, and all that German invention,ingenuity and organization can show. And nicoaling ( i eim my millions of dollars. The first sti p was to attack tinenemy in his own country ; to ntla'ck the problem HI its source. Math trains, hath nutria HIUI haili WllgOllS are bcin^ rushed to tlir front ill the e.isl as fast as they can he equipped and put into operation. Patriotic appeals for funds to carry on this great fight are being made, with gratifying success. Frequent "louse appells" are part of the military routine back of the) tiring line. Tlie company is lined up for review ; the Captain re quests all those who are "infested" to Step forward. The story is told that the first time this new Order was sprung on one company of German infan Iry in Poland not a man moved until the commanding officer ni red : "Don't be bashful; I've got them, to i," whereupon the whole company stepped forward as one ma n. Great Plants Being Built. The next step was to establish an iron control at the border so that no enemy louse in future enter Germany At a total cost •f f 8,500.000 the Germans are building five huge "Enltausungsanstalten"—the technical Ger man name for plants for disinfection and elimination of these vei min en masse. VV irk on these immense plants which are being built al >ng the Russian frontier, one at each of the railroad lines entering < !ermany, is being rushed SO as to have them reads' in two weeks time, i am told, and they will c;< >4 or baggy. The ihaj 11 knit in— not pressed in GtARANTEF.ll for fineness, style, ui 1 riority ol mat Absolutely stainli ss Will a I 1 ith w ith ni holes, or 1 OUR. SPECIAL OFFER to ever) oe sen in 1 ''" i ; 1 i., to 1 ivei advert shipi in : charges, we will si nd 1 with writl million • llai com| any, 1 ithet 3 Paira of our 75c. value American Silk 11 liery, or 4 Pairs of our 50c. value American Cashmere Hosiery, or 4 P

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Nuiliua additltie |urnre ir\ verba ma
Being bound to fwoar to (he Dogmas of no Master.
--------------------------------------------*r- a,
\
t n
lot.. XII.
Nftsiiiu. N. P.. Bahama* TUr.SDAY July. b. 1913
NO. 294
Germany Now Wars
On 'Silent Enemy.9
Millions Being Spent To Rid the Army of Vermin,
Carrying Disease Into ths Ranks.
GREAT DISINFECTING PLANTS.
To be Built Along Russian Border A Rigorous
System for All Prisoners.
BERLIN, May i.Germany's
heroic fight against tlie tenth
enemy "the Russian louse
hai all but been lost in tlie grand
shullle of tlie w orld war, and ) et
it is not the least dramatic chap
ter of contemporary history. It
began by being taken for a joke;
and the German higher leaders
frankly admit that just as they
underrated the English, so the)
underrated these allies of the
Triple Entente. It Was for a
long time a source of revenue to
professional humorists; while
with "Grand Duke Nicolaus" it
fu nish'-d a favourite rhyme for
the German soldiers at the front
in I* iland.nnd every one of their
semi-subterranean villas that I
Saw th-re line ,u least one sign
I in ikI with this: uggestivecoup
let.
The field |> >st brought an in
creasing tide of homeward let
lers from ih fighters in the east
con'airj ng appeals to the folks
at home to sen 1 out compounds
and medicaments for checking
the unsolicited advances of Pol
ish lice. Many German cities
appropriated funds to send out
cai loads of anti vermin "Lie
.alien" to their brave sons.
M \t no I lindenhurg could si
the hresistible o Ivanee of then
million hi miei; in fact, I linden
burg played right into their
hands by rounding up hundreds
ol thousands ol Russian prison-
en and bringing the enemy in-
to Germany. Their successful
offensive carried them clear
through Germany to the battle
line in the west ; they have
gained a firm foothold in Flan
deis, around Lille on the Oise,
along the Aisne. The mattei
ceased to be a joke and became
food for thought for professors,
scientists, Generals and com-
mittees of Geheimrats, when
some bright person discovered
thai the harmless looking Uus
si an louse was the carrier of the
dread "spotted lyplius" germ
and therefore threatening to
become a more t< rrible scourge
lhan all the Czar's swarms ol
Cossacks.
The relentless finish fight
against the "tenth enemy" is on
now to tlie death. It is enlist-
ing some of the best brains ill
the Kaiser's Empire, and all
that German invention,ingenu-
ity and organization can show.
And ni- coaling (ieim my mil-
lions of dollars. The first sti p
was to attack tin- enemy in his
own country ; to ntla'ck the
problem hi its source. Math
trains, hath nutria hiuI haili
WllgOllS are bcin^ rushed to tlir
front ill the e.isl as fast as they
can he equipped and put into
operation. Patriotic appeals
for funds to carry on this great
fight are being made, with gra-
tifying success. Frequent
"louse appells" are part of the
military routine back of the) tir-
ing line. Tlie company is lined
up for review ; the Captain re
quests all those who are "in-
fested" to Step forward. The
story is told that the first time
this new Order was sprung on
one company of German infan
Iry in Poland not a man moved
until the commanding officer
ni red : "Don't be bashful; I've
got them, to i," whereupon the
whole company stepped forward
as one ma n.
Great Plants Being Built.
The next step was to establish
an iron control at the border so
that no enemy louse in future
enter Germany At a total cost
f f 8,500.000 the Germans are
building five huge "Enltausung-
sanstalten"the technical Ger
man name for plants for disin-
fection and elimination of these
vei min en masse.
VV irk on these immense plants
which are being built al >ng the
Russian frontier, one at each of
the railroad lines entering < !er-
many, is being rushed SO as to
have them reads' in two weeks
time, i am told, and they will
c; OO 1 men every twenty four hours
While they are in the liist in
stan: e being buill for the bene
lit ol more hundreds of thou-
sands of new Russian prisoners
\ Dm the Germans confidently
ex pi cl l lindenburg to bag in the
future, Gi rni hi si ildiers return
ing from the front will also be
put through Ihe patent proci ss;
in fact, 1 am told that no one
will be able to 1 ii'i 1 (ieimmiv
from the east without being put
through one or other of 11
" Entjausungsanstnlteii as a
pn c ntionaiy measure.
At the same lime, woi I; is pro
ci 1 ding sysieniatic;.llv ill clean
1 up ni'iu1 than 506,000 Rua
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HOSIERY
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million llai com| any, 1 ithet
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sian prisoners aln ady in Ger-
man hand-,, for xperimenlal
"Entlausungsanstalti n" install-
ed on a small stale at the vari-
ous pi won camps \\ la re Rus-
sians arc guests have pn ved a
great succi ss.
A (Jerm in com spondi nt who
had occasion to go through one
of these "Entlausungsai stalti n"
gives the following sprightly
umt of this phrase of the
world war.
"The energj of the military
authorities guided by experts
and nit dical scientists has made
ii model establishment with
comparatively simple i eans.
In a close.! train 150 Russians
arrive ami are ba< ked 011 to a
siding Their gra; green uni-
forms are much the worse for
the wear of war an I prison life.
Soma of tlieill even \tl look
blooming and healthj: oil
(continued on fourth jxigr)
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office at a speed that was peri
Ions to the life and limb of
passengers on Shirley Street,
apparently for our special
entertainment.
We were highly amused,
so will he be when he kills
somebody's child Qui vivra,
verra.
Latest War News
Jnlv 6th 1915.
London, July 5th.
Governor,
ha ha mas,
Official News July 5th.
.*
The French government re-
ports that theTighting in ar-
gonnc continued until morn-
ing of 3rd July, the enemy
sustaining very heavmlosses.
Enemy attack in close for-
mation north of Arras was
dispersed with very heavy
losses. ""*'
The Russian .government
report that a German battle
snip of the Deutchland class
was blown-up by a submarine
at the entrance to Dantzig
Bay. A Russian destroyer
also rammed a German sub
marine. The German mine-
layer Albatross was attacked
and run ashore on the Goth
land coast.
On land the Russian of
fensive ijear Radon was sue
cessful. I here was desperate
fighting between the Vistula
and Bug Rivers near Wieprz
River. After holding up
enemy advances on the Gnila
Lipa Russian patrols have
now fallen back.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Via Key West.
London, July 4th.At a
rate estimated to be five
miles a day general Von Mac-
kensens German forces are
still swinging Northward in
Galicia and Poland in a co-
lossal endeavour to drive a
wedge into the Russian cen-
tre and dislodge them from
the Vistula and force them
back over the Bug River, thus
splitting the Grand Dukes
forces into two sections with
thousands of acres of swamp
and marsh 1 a 11 d between
them.
If the Austro-Germanscon
Untie their progress an >ther
wee!? it will make conditions
fairly untenable for the Rus
sians, it is said.
In Southeast Galicia the
Russians are fighting tenaci
ously and have the advant
age of a remarkable series of
parallel! rivers beyond the
Gnila Lipa, and the Austro
German advance is likely t<>
be costly.
Thus on the two extreme wing*
the Russians appenr to be firm and
Where they are retreating it is still
claimed that the retirement is or-
derly and accompanied by valorous
rear-guard actions
I
f
The Autro-Oernian advance in
the centre moreover is getting deep-
er into the country covered ith
forests and streams.
. Some of the British writers think
the time has come for Great Britain
and France to begin a general of-
fensive and force a transfer of Gor-
man troops from the" East, but the
more conservative military writers
think the time is not yet at hand
and that the best "Id England can
lend her Eastern ally is to pour in-
to Ruwia every ounce of ammuni-
tion that Can I'e spared without
curtailing the necessary supply at
the Western front.
One of the main aims of the Ger-
mans in the East is a vast, move
behind Warsaw embracing Brestli-
teviskt one of the strong Russian
bases.
July eith, 1 q 15.
Via Key West.
Civilian rcsidentsof Warsaw,
say Petrograd despatches, are
leaving the city because ol the
possibility of German occupa-
tion. Bombs have been drop-
ped oa Warsaw from German
iiireraft and the fall of ;he Pol
ish capitol is predicted by the
end of July.
In explanation of the contin
ui'US retirement of the Russian
centre a Petrograd despatch
sa\s that they will refuse to
accept serious battle in a coun-
try devoid ol railways.
Russia has not denied that
in the recent naval engagement
in the Baltic the Russian war
ships violated Swedish territo
rial waters and that the situa-
tion is not unlike the circum
stances of the affair off the
coast of Chile when British
cruisers sank the Dresden.
Swedish papers comment on
the affair in a mild tone assum
ing that an apology and expla
nation will be forthcoming.
According to Copenhagen
dispatch's the greater part of
the battle was fought iir Swe
dish waters and the crew of the1
Osfgame lighthouse bad to lie!
Il it to escape shrapnel.
Petmgrad: 4th:A detail
story of l'ridii\s naval bait e
is Riven in .a Russian official
statement tonight, as follows:
The Russian cruiseisRurikmaka
roff, Byan, Rogntyrnnd Olegcn
countered the enemy at eight
o'clock in the morning between
the Island ofGothard and the
Gothland coast.
I lie enemv consisted of a
light cruiser of the Augsberg
class and a mine layer with
i three destroyers. The sea was
shrouded in a fog so dense that
the ships frequently wrUrjwal
lowed up in the darkness and
therefore the gunfire was in
accurate.
lie Russians, intending to intercept
the enemy's letu.-n, weir attacked by the
torpedo boats but were unharmed In an
hour the Aughslierg, finding the Russian
me too hut, abandoned her slower con-
sort and lied full speed southward. The
German nun-: layei began to s*y^^signs
of distress and the torpedo b^^L en-
devoured to assist her. throwJn^^MSt
columns of black smoke out of their fun-
nel) and rendering the fog more dense,
but at nine o'clock the foFcmast of tha
AlbatfOt* was shot away and the doomed
vessel began to list. Hauling down her
flag she made for the coast. 4s she was
bad y damaged anil was entering neutral
waters the Russiani ceaa d firing and moo
she was seen to go ashore behind the
Ostgaine lighthouse.
The RumUmCniiMd Northward. At
ten ('clock ihevsiglitc a squadron if the
eneniy including an rmoara I Cruisei of
the Roon class, a light cruiser of the
Augeherg Clan and four destroyers.
The Russian! immediately gave bottle
and a half an hour later the enemy Ixv
p n to retreat while vever.il submarines
attacked the R niani uneuccesfully.
The Rurak was sent at full speed against
the retreating vessels which wee joined
by ninth r Mel if the Bremen class.
The Rurak had tha satisfacti in of teeing
the 1 Ifect of her (ball lire for the cneur. s
fuc weakened, the Boom four 8-inch
guns were lileoced end tire broke out
ill. Evidently disliking further
Conflict the enemv dis.ippe.ued in the
fog.
'I lie Russian sustained 'rifling d m-
age. None wen kille an I but 11 men
were wounde I.' Bbortly afterwards tha
Rus ians we e attacked by tor|>edoes
from submarines but were protected bv
Russian torpedo boats which arrived to
reinforce them.
One of the torpedo boats was damaged
in drlvii g off the submarine attacks
July 6th 1915.
Berlin:The sinking by the
Russians of a battleship of
the Deutchland type in the
Baltic is denied here.
The Russians lost 20,000
men in an unsuccessful at-
tack between the Pruth and
Djieister Rivers. They are
now retiring across the Buko-
wina frontier.
London. I he Russians
are fighting desperately to
check the Teutons advance on
Warsaw and claim to be
checking them at different
points but concede Russian
retirement in East Galicia.
A German submarine shell-
ed (he British steamer Anglo-
California killing twelve and
injuring eight of the 'J^a*.
There wer" fifty Americans^rh
the crew. Mancouvci ing en-
abled the vessel to escape.
The Norwegian bark Fiery
Cross was sunk- by a subma-
rine, the crew escaped.
It is officially announced
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at 5,000 Turks were killed pleasure to hear him (Mr.
and 15.000 wounded in the Thompson) lecturing to his
Dardanelles between June 2# scholars about the European
and July 2nd. war, especially referring to
Paris admits that German] the "Mother Country," the
assaults have been successful [cause why she is fighting etc;
between Fayenhaye and Mo-' telling them their duty to our
sclle, but they were repulsed beloved King (George V)
Wbe\\'here. We would like to sec a post
"""" "German submarine sunk office established here, to save
the French steamer Carthage
and the French schooner I li-
the inconvenience one has
to undergo to receive their
rondelle, the crews were saved letters from Long Cay.
A French squadron shelled
two submarines, hitting one.
Both disappeared.
Constantinople claims that
the Allies lost heavily in a
vain attempt to land rein
forcements on Gallipoli.
Amsterdam reports that
the German submarine acci-
dently sunk off the mouth of
the Kins has been raised. On-
ly one of crew died.
Colonel Hill
Crooked Island
June 15th 1915.
The Editor Tribune
Thanking you for space,
1 am yours
LOYALIST.
A GRAND FLEET CHAP-
LAIN'S NOTE-BOOK.
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IX.-"GUNS."
As touching the race of
Gunnery Lieutenants, they
are all exactly alike, only
some are rather more so than
Others. I write this because
our own particular represen-
tative of *he type has just
blown in through the ward-
Sir, room door as though impell-
Please give following space ed by a charge of cordite,
in your valued columns. there to explode with rapid
Rev. C. A. Dana visited USj firing for the space of three
on 7th and preached two in- minutes, then blowing out
teresting sermons and left noisily through another door, overall suit of b!
again on 8th en route to visit '
his churches at the East end
of this Island and Acklins.
drawn into it. Should you
hazard the original remark
I hat it is a fine day, he will
agree with yoji up to a cer-
tain point: "Very nice, but
not quite so much Visibility
as there wasjn the forenoon,
do you think?" The heat
haze has softened a little the
sharp clearness of the morn-
ing lightand so a target
cannot be seen at quite so
distant a range now. An un-
expected hot day, such as we
sometimes get in carly'Spring,
is a little irritating to him, as
it means that certain arrange-
ments connected with gun-
sights and graduated for de-
finite temperatures must all
be altered at once !
Do not, please, confuse the
Gunnery Lieutenant with an
ordinary common naval offi-
cer. This is an enthusiast, a
dreamer lie lives for his
guns; by, with, or from his
guns, and, as the Latin Prim-
er says, sometimes in his 1:11ns,
or as far in as he can crawl,
and certainly in the guns' tur-
rets, where he is to be found
half the day. Occasionally
he descends from his Olympi-
an heights to the lower world
of the wardroom, clad in an
The farms are surely look-
ing satisfactory, and the far-
leaving the wardroom and.tsor u,e "boihr-creeping" type
occupants a shattered wru k _such a rig as would h.1V(
amidst the fumes; and I, who strL1(1. ,.,,,,, horror into t]|(,
have witnessed an identical
performance on the part of
many gunnery lieutenants
mers are dancing for joy in through a long series of year.,
the hope of their expected thought well to commit to
summer crops.
Since the war began and
steamers stopped calling at
Long Cay foi stevedores the
paper at once some notes on
the life and character of
"Guns."
From his particular point
inhabitants here have found of view the whole ship is
themselves more independ.mt! nothing more than a gun-
of late by farming more than platform ; the engines a con-
usual. They have learnt thatjvenient means of bringing his
farming is more remunerative j guns within range or an ob
than "Going on the Steamer" ject ; all the- officers and men
Sisal is being attended to tare considered by him accord-
more than before, and in the jing as they subserve in great-
near future this Island wilier or less degree the great
rank with her sister island in
Jju;. out put of that product.
Our energetic teacher Mr.
Geo. H. Thompson is as usual [entirely unconnected with the
still doing well with hisjgre.it scheme; while as for
school; it gives one pleasure his opinion of the torpedo
pure soul of any executive of-
ficer a do/en years ago!
Every type of gun is equal-
ly acceptable to him, from a
tiny three-pounder to a huge
fifteen-ioch ; they are the or-
gan-pipes from which he con-
jures the music- he loves ; he
has practiced so long with
ecstasy, and only awaits the
hour when he may make
them sound a grand Trium-
phal March !
And by virtue of his office
la- also lakes a loving interest
in any sort of machine that
bears the rcinoh si resem-
blance to that masterpiece of
science and art, The Gun.
Me it only a clay pigeon
our nervous tension,1 consist-
ing of (1) a cardboard model
of a roof; (2) Horrcscorcfcrcns,
five cardboard pussies to
'place on the same ; and (3)
so^ue catapults of wire* and
j rubber with projectiles of
j leathern strips to shoot them
with : a Hunnish conceit, in
truth, and must surely have
been made in Germany! But,
would you believe it "Guns"
felt that this naturally came
withitl kit department, and at
once took the whole affair
out of our hands! In the
most scientific way he
"bracketed," spotted, and all
the rest of it, getting the
range in speedy time, and
showing the greatest delight
when the poor pussies were
"put out of action" !
I suppose he has his coun-
terpart amongst the German
Navy. Possible some Ober-
leutnant is equally anxious
to see the effect in action of
his beloved Karone : for what
is the good of a war, anvw.ix
asks "Guns," if we can't have
a proper day out with the
big-boys? And if you sug-
gest to him that there is ju-
a possibility that the war may
finish without a general fleet-
action, he turns away in dis-
gust, only staying 10 remark,
"Then, for goodni s' sake let's
have peace soon, SO that we
can get on with our battle-
practice firing !"
GASOLINE
In Drums I- leven pence
per Gallon.
'Ten Gallon Can.- ( >nc Shil
ling per G lllon
C.'C. SAUNDERS
East Hay Street
Nassau N P.
April, 13th IQI5.
to give it a visit.
purposes of gunnery; and he
mildly wonders that an in-
scrutable Providence permits
the existence ofsoine who are .'throwing- trap, vo will see
him fingering il delicatHyand
caressing it like n mother
lii r child. We had in this :
ship a toy, a game, sent by
lieutenant and all his works.
Ilalso gives inexpressible . .! Even the Weather gets'some kind friend to relieve'
Every Monday
SALE HERE FOR
Boots, Shoes,
Collars, Notions,
f>ont miss your c hanc*. Sold
for small value. Come and
SAYi. MONEY.
J. K. AMOURY.
I lay Street.
MUTILATED
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Ifckly.
lii has
the spotted ty
_ Sine with ba^ and
ba^.-iv : vh it they can't cans
on thi ii bodii s, they have stow.
ed away m capacious bags
Now thej have stepped into the
'foyer*of the'Eotlausungsanstal
ten' strip to the skin and tie all
their belongings togethasviato
one bundle. Russian'servants
of the institute take up the
bundles and carry them into the
doinlVcii in chamber. Here"
everything is hung up on hooks
It s time now to seal up the
room, but there is a slight delay.
"One of the Russians, it is
found, lias some silk undervests
and elegant ladies' blouses rn
his sack. Probably linst Prus
sian booty In the bag of.( i i
ther a thousand rubles in paper
money is found. Stolen or lion
orablycome by ? Who knows?
The Komraandantur of the pri
son camp will deride the knotty
problem. A small stove is now
canied in ; the 'fuel' consists of
three qu irts of a milky white
fluid. The doors are locked
and sealed. For five hours the
clothes and other personal pro-
perty of the 150 Russian pri
soners now hang in the dense
fumes of sulphur, phosphor us,
etc, till the last louse has giv-
en up the ghost.
Modified Turkish Baths.
"Meanwhile, the naked pri-
soners wander into the bath
chambers. Washing with soap
and hot water is com| ulsory -
the first st'-p in the process In
the centre of the room is a pyra-
mid of !) 11. In s, thirty feet high.
From top to 1) (ttoin, all places
are taken by naked prisoners;
there i> room for fifty on the
pj lamid. I he base of the pyra-
mid con-is^ of sup rheated
sheet tin, on u Inch cold water
is sprayed continually, inslantly
turning into steam. I!. 1 our
Russians sit for ><> minuti -, en
joying a Turkish hath with (. ,
lain war mi d iications, for their
heads are all wound round with
towels soaked incarbol. A cold
shower b ith follows. Each tie n
receives a (dean skirt and
drawers, and the whole proces-
sion wanders into the amph rest
100m, where the 150 Russians
are laid out on three tiers of.
wooden 'couches, fifty to a tier.
Here they have to wait and rest
another foul hours, till the dis
infection of their cloths is fin
ished. And hi re reigns a happy,
carefree life: One group plays
"^sasR~
cauls. I oik songs are sung.
.Many sleep. Others chnt about
home. They all look fresh and
chipper now, and when you see
the gentlemen that \\a\, all in
el an under things, they don't
mskcal all a bad impn ssion..
"The hours quickly wu
They are now lined up in rows,
and their disinfected bundles
of cloths arc brought in and
each receives his bundle. Fully
clad again, the prisoners are
brought outside, when! there
German company commander,
a non-commissioned officer, is
wating to receive his charges.
"Tschakumascli," sounds the
command of the Russian Ser-
geanLln immediate command,
ami ll.e column moves otf to
its barrat ks,
"Who knows how many of
those silent allies of the 'Triple
Entente have lost their lives I"
die German writer concludes,
reflectively, then philosophizes.
"Not every Russian is infested.
There are also cleanly people
among them. Hut every Rus-
sian is 1 ; ilv a 'suspect' ;
he may be the unwitting host
of the 'spotted typhus' carrier.
And so he is put through the
process, and this, too, is a part
of the titanic world struggle of
our days.''
Rather more important is the
moral of the fact that the Ger-
mans are spending '$-',500,000
in new construction close to the
Russian frontier. It indicates
that the Germans consider the
danger of a Russian invasion as
no longer a S'rious possibility,
while the scale 011 which they
are preparing to receive new
Russian prisoners is a moreci 11
crete guage of their confidence
in the future, and therefore
moie significant than even the
modest rhetoric of leading Gen
erals aid stntesm-n.
Tin-: New York Times
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Air Compressors, Ship Pumps
Pressure Pumps, Boiler F< I
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, etc.
Inst'iUcil tinder the direct
SUPERIOR CIGARS
At 4s. per hundred.
Also a Specialty of
HAVANA CIGARS I
of excellent quality combined j supervision of II. McPhcrsojL
with moderate prices, from <"* *''"""''
J. B. GARDINER,
Cor. West Street,
and Petticoat Lane.
Prices on Applicatlbn.
II. J. THOMPSON,
Agent.
Williams'
Shoes Are
Better


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