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THE TR.IBI/NE. NASSAU. N P. 'UT DUPUOH, Editor and Profrriitor. OFFIOK: Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sis Sassau, N. P., Bahamas TIIONK 200. P. O. BOX MS. I'V BL1SHKU DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Fuday— single copy ... Tuesday, and Thursday—single copy Saturday—single copy Weekly Monthly ... ... ... is. S uarterly .. 4 >. alf Yearly g s. Yearly 1 8s. i'l id Ijd V 6.1 i.d 1'AYABLK IN ADVANCE So let us look upon the French Red Cross as one of our own auxiliaries and do all that lies in our power to help so very worthy an object. We, rightly, aid the Belgians, what logical reason is there that we should not aid the French. The first contribution to this fund we are publishing in another column. With the most extraordinary hot wave now passing over us, the abominable stenches arising from some of the gutters in the city cannot Advertising Rate. :-Six pence per line I be COndusi Ve to the health of for firat insertion: three pence per lineltufor second insertion ; and onopenny pe ' "' sal, 47 bales sisal waste, 9 cases turtle shell. 52 barrels shells, 1 case shells, 20 tons lignumvit.c, 2 packages sundries. we do The attention of owners line for cubaquent insertion.'. Advertisements under eicht lines 4s. Gbe tribune SATUB.DAY. July 17.1915. 0t PUBLISHED AT 7 P. M. city. What says Inspector ? What says the Health? —o:— k WORTHY EXAMPLE the Sanitary Board of The war still drags its slow length along, and on all sides are heard anxious questions as to how long it will last. We had thought that the allied offensive in France and Flanders and in Alsace Lorand drivers is earnestly directed to the Mot weather rules of the Boston WorkHorse Relief Association, which we take pleasure in publishing. The advice embodied in these rules isbotli timely and necessary in view of the treatment sometimes administered to our horses. We hope that our readers generally, will give these rules their attention. In view of the evils wrought by the liquor traffic, 11 is Gracious Majesty King Geopj.e has pledged himself and his royal household to total abstinence from intoxicating beverages. Princes, statesmen, peers, military leaders raine would have developed ?'I'. 1 P'^fnthropists, have so effectually ere this as to fol I we< ^e noble example, bring the end well in sight Already this wise and comby now |mendable action has borne HOT WEATHER RULES. — :o: — i. Load lightly, and drive slowly. %  i. Stop in thfl shad.: if possible. 3. Watei your horse as of ten as possible. So long as ., horse is working, water in small quantities will not hurt him. But let him drink only a few swallows if lie is going to stand Do not fail to water him at night after he has eaten Ins hav. FOR SALE, CHEAP One Motor Boat Mahogany Finish. 12 h.p. LATHROP ENGINE Heavy Duty, (New) EASY TERMS. Apply, A. C. CRAWFORD. July 15, nil-,. Evans; and whereas mourn his demise. Be it Resolved : —That we the Members of Aurora Lodge N'o. 810 are submissive to Him who doetli all things well. We realize that a link in our chain has been broken. Our Brother was one of the oldest members of the Order, and our ties and mutual greetings were most pleasant. Brother Evans was an ardent and most faithful mem ber, and tilled the highest position in the Order; being for several years District Grandmaster, and also the only accredited Representative of His Lodge to visit the B.M.C. Resolved that we cherish the memorvof this our belovr %  i.,.,,,i, .1 .. . right and right centre including ed Brother, and that we try French corps bv about 4 covn.ds* to emu ate his work. Over 400 Drisoners were cap Ivesolved that We extend Ituiecl. to the bereaved widow Our The French report contains deepest sympathy and condo; nothing special Latest War News 1915. We fear, however that we must brace ourselves for several months more of the agony To pui it bluntly, the length of the war will most likely be deter mined by the number of Germans and AusAro-Germans who can be killed or put out of action during the next few months. Great as are the German reserves, ours are very far greater, and at the work of wearing armies down the superiority lies emphatically with us. So we rich fruit in many parts ofj &f %  When becomes in after the Empire. Take one inwor f. sponge oil the harness stance:Soraetimeagointhel. m and sweat llis e >' es Legislative Prince Edward marks and lis nose and Assembly of Island, the 11 Premier of the Province, in a resolution, seconded by the Leader of the ()pposition,coidially commended the action mouth, and the duck. Wash Ins feet hut not lence in hei irreparable loss. Be it further Resolved that a copy of these Resolutions be spread upon the fare of the minutes of the Lodgeand s nt to the pn ss for publication. ROBERT M. BAILEY, JOHN C. JORDAN, Wm. HARVEY WOOD, Committee, The Russians report enemy advance in region of Uiga. The Russians occupy positions South "f Przasmi z. ng The Austrians are attac in tlie Dneister disti icl Italian progress continues. Falzarego Peak was carried by a sui pi ise attack, rred) BOXAR LAW 5. If the thermometer is 75 degrees or higher, wipe him all over with n damp sponge. Use vinegar water if possible. Do must e'en go on slaughtering:, ,, them till their line wears thin ward is,and statesmen, igh and their morale sof^ T P^r v member of i Legislature declared his of their King and the object not turn the hose on him. of a league formed to promote total abstinence during the year. The proposal was unanimously adopted with enthusiasm. This was not enough for the Prince lidOne approved,by personal pledgesigning, and that pledge and all the signatures were placed on the records of the House. The Prince Edward Island Government did not appoint a Commission to act in its' 8 behalf. Why should men turn over to others a duty which they have power to personally perform ? — I he Pioneer. The above is most respectfull y commended to the thoughtful consideration of enough and their morale far depreciates as to give our I h*§!ti! %  troops[the chance of striking h u to '. lu: movcm(,n1 Uu,s """""< at their connections and getting them on the run. Unfortunate as the AustroGerman advance on the Russians has been in prolonging the war, it will in the end react on our enemies. Drives like those in Galicia, however successful, mean an enormous wastage in men to the assailants, and, in coming months, our foes will wish they had these men. We must stiffen our minds to bear patiently the thought of another winter campaign with the hope that before the winter closes the war will close. —:o:— The French K'ecl Cross Fund a notice of which ap pears in our columns is an appeal which should commend itself to every benevolent-mind. It is not to be supposed that this benevolem e on account of its name is conlin. d to the French, though if it were that would be no reason why it should not receive our hearty support, for be it remembered the French nation is an old time friend and ally of ours, on the contrary its operations are extended to all the allies and very largely to our own soldiers, so many of whom are taken to France from the Western field of war operations when sick and wounded. 6. Saturday night, give a bran mash, lukewarm;and add a tablespoonful of saltpetre. 7Do not use a horse hat, unless it is a canopv-top hat. The ordinary bellshaped hat does more harm than good. 8. A sponge on top of the t'lP head, or even a cloth, is good if; ad-1 kept wet. if dry is worse .than | 1 A CARD. l HE WEIR'S • thank •.lie friends who have so kimlly sympathised with them in tbeii recent lv MI OW nt, .il> _i 11 %  .-< %  who have so kimlly sent floral wreaths for the occasion. 9. If the horse is overcome The Consular AR nt for by heat, get him into the shade, Trance acknowledges the fol remove harness and bridle, wash lowing subscriptions towards out his mouth, sponge him all the French Red Cross Fund over, shower his legs, and give' His Excellency the Governor the N two ounces of aromatic and Mrs. Allardyce £2. 2. o. Miss Allardyce 1. o. o. Miss K. Allardyce 1. o. o. A. D. Sherwood Smith 0 5. o. ammonia, or 2 ounces of sweet spirits of nitre, in a pint of water; or give him a pint of Coffee warm. Cool his head al once, using cold water, or if ne cessary,chopped ice, wrapped in a cloth, 10. If the horse is off his feed, try him with two quarts of oats mixed with hran, and a little water; and add a little salt or sugar. Or give him oatmeal gruel or barley water to drink. 11. Watch your horse. If he stops sweating suddenly, or if lie brealies short and quick. General Commit e o! theLrifhisears droop, or if he bahamas War Relief Fund stands with his legs braced sidewill be held in the Council ways, he is in danger of a heat Chamber on Monday next the or sun stroke and needs atten-' 1 t)th iiistat 3 o'clock in the tion at once. our own House of Assembly with the recommendation "Go thou and do likewise." —:o:— We have been requested to say, thai a meeting ol the afti moon. The July sittings of the Supreme Court will begin at 10.30 a. in. on Wednesday next the 21st lost The Motor "Frances F" left for Miami this morning with mails and 20 passengers. Shipments per S. S. "Mexico" bound for New York July 15th : 517 bales sponges, 65 bales refuse sponges, 757 bales si12. If It is so hot that the horse sweats in the stable at night, tie him outside, with bedding under him. Unless he cools off during the night, he cannot well stand the next days heat. — :o: — Aurora Lodge, No. 810 G.U.O. of O.F. Nassau, N.P, Bahamas. 16th July, 1915. Whereas the Almighty by Mis Omnipotent power has seen fit to remove from our midst our highly esteemed and beloved Brother G. R. £4 7o. ONE DAY AT A TIME One day at a time that's all it can be No faster than that is the hardest fate ; And days have, their limits, however we Begin them too early and stretch them too late. One day at a lime Every heart that aches Knows only too well how long it can seem Hut its never today when the spirit breaks It's the darkened future without a gleam. One day at a time! But a single day, Whatever its load, whatever its length, And there's a beautiful Scripture to say, That according to each shall be our strength. — Helen H. Jackson. —The Saskatchewan Sheaves London: Anglo-F rench forces occupied Npauudi re, C< ntral Kami runs, losing iwd Killed and eight wounded. Ambassador Page visited the foreign ofnce4o day pn sumably to acquaint the government with a draft of the new American note protesting agfinst the British treatment ol 1 ommerce. A news despatch says that Roumania refuses to comply with Germany's demands to allow ammunition to traverse Roumania for the use ofTurkty. A news despatch says that a Russian warship lias sunk the German submarine U 51 in the Black Sea. This is the subma rine' whijh made the voyage from Willielmsliaveil to llieDarrianelUs where it sunk the Majestic and other warships. Von llinderberg is hammering awav towards Warsaw from rth and claim* consider able success. He has had large reinforcements. The Russians are stubbornly resisting all attacks. Vigorous operations have been resumed all over the bast em theatre of war The Austn ans have successfully forced the Dneister in several places. Paris:—The French have recaptured Hill 285 in Argonen thus blocking the German drive on Verdun. Berlin:—It is officially an iiounced today that the Ger mans have crossed the Wjndau River near Kollinyaui, j n Cour land, and have made further progress South of Prznsnysz. Zurich:—Cholera is spread ing principally affecting war prisoners in Galicia. 543 cases have developed since the latter part of June. London.—Welch coal mines are still closed as a result of the miners strike. West Orange.— Secretary Daniels and Mr. F.disnn have discussed the personnel of the navy board. Daniels said that it is intended to place the coun try in H state of defence no other country has ever known. The board will develops sub marines and aeroplanes. Panama:— The canal was used today for the first time by large battleships. The Missouri, Wisconsin and safely through. the Ohio went July 17th London, 16th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News: General Hamilton reports thai an at tack in Gallipoli on the uth resulted in the advance .>f our ; %  • %  w f /



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I --THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P. / f New York;— Tlie supreme court justice lias upheld the findings of the Thaw jury. Thaw is now free on §35.000 bail pending an appeal by the state July 17th 1915. Washington, 15111: — -The United States probably will send within another fortnight a reply to the Auttrti Hungarian note contending that extensive ship ments of war supplies from this country to the Allies are not in oonsonance with the definition of neutrality. Germany admits the legal rights of the citizens of the United States to trade in arms but it was argued that it was equally right for neutrals to stop trade in contraband especially the trade in arms with Germany's enemies. London. — According to a ru mour published in the DAILY CHUON1CLR David Lloyd George, Minister of munitions and Lord Kitchener have differ ed over miny matters and that the defferences may lead to a split in which either one or the other will resign. In some quarters it is rumoured that if Major General Stanley Von Donop Master General of Ordnance does not resign David Llo\d George will and that if he does resign Field Marshal Lord Kitchener will also go. Except for two small colliers employing about 800 men all South Wales coal mines which supply the navy were idle today and miners although the government has brought the industry under the Munitions War Act decided not to accept reborn mentation to continue work day bv day until arrangements could b -concluded. This action was taken despite entteaties of labour leaders. Washington: —In response to au appeal by American packers state department officials are preparing a note to Great Bri tain urging early settlement for or release of thirty one cargoes of meat products consigned to neutral countries held by the Biitifh government. Washington 16th;—Drafts of the reply to the German note have been prepared and will be submitted to the president on Monday and to a cabinet meeting on Tuesday. Zurich, Switzerland: —Reports reach heie of an alleged mutiny in the Austrian squadron at I'ola a few clays ago. London: -The Welsh coal strike will be settled in a fewda v it is said on new proposals made to the miners. New York: —Bad reports from Texas sent cotton up a dollar a bale oil the exchange here today. —o — July 16th 1915. London, 14th:—According to a Keuter Amsteidam despatch it is stated fiom Vienna that the AustroHungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs sent a note to the American Ambassador at Vienna on June 29th drawing attention to the fact that the commercial business in war material on a great scale is proceeding between the United Slates and Great Britain and her Allies, while Austria and Germany are cut off from American market. Washington:—Officials were at work today setting down views on German situation n definite form for presentation to President Wilson on his return. The belief is that the president will call a cabinet meeting on Tuesday and that he may bring with him from Cornish a draft of a note to be sent to Germany. He will exchange views with Secretary Lansing who has mappedjout a draft of the note. The course to be followed will probably be decided on at the meeting and a new note maybe completed by the end of next week. Before the president returns Count Von Bernstoff, the German Ambassador, will call on Secretary Lansing to explain the viewpoint of his government. The Ambassador recommend ed to his foreign office the inclusion in the last note of the paragraph expressing the hope that the United states and Germany would work together for the adoption of the principle of freedom of the sea. This places much significance on the expressed wi liogness of Ger many to follow the lead of the United Slates on the question and that the way is open for the United States to mediate the entire controversy on the rules of maritime warfare as they affect neutral lights. Washington:— American meat packers appealed to the state department today to demand that Great Britain stop interfering with cargoes consigned to neutral ports and settle for .$13000.000 worm of such products now held in prize courts. They charge the British govern ment with destruction of commerce in food products between United States and neutral 11; • tions. London, 14:— Despite the action of the government to apply the Munitions of W ar Act to the coal milling industry it is practically certain that H large number of men will stop work in South Wales tomorrow thus curtailing the supply of coal for naval vessels. The Federation of Miners of the United Kingdom, the labour leaders and the general public, upon whose support the miners would depend to make the strike a success are all urging them to c ntinue work until an agree ment can be reached. The ex ecutive council of the South Wales union by a majority vote refused to support these recom mend.itn ns. Washington:—State depart ment advices late this afternoon front Mexico City report things quiet, with order prevailing and trains arriving from Vera Cruz with food supplies. Stores and banks are still closed pending arrangements for cunency circu lation. Carranca government depart men tsa re being organized as rapidly as possible, Gonzales lias given preference to supplv trains over troops trains and it is hoped soon to be feeding from eight to ten thousand people daily. New York:—It is expected that Harry Thaw will be released from custody today. If so the state will appeal and he will be allowed bail. Washington:—It is expectthat the United States will, in answer to the Austrian protest regarding shipping of arms to the Allies, say that the protesting couniry imported arms also when they needed them. Washington: —Count Von Bemstorfl claims that the German note was intended to prepare the way for negotiations by the U nited States and Great Britain to adjust differences that have arisen over contraband and submarine warfare. The Ambassador will see Secretary Lansing and talk with him on the situation. Recently cocoanut oil has been used as the basis for the manufacture of a "condensed milk" said to be chemically in pens in distinguishable from condensed J God. his country, thank cows' milk, and claim is ad vahced that an excellent cocoanut oil "cheese' will shortly be placed on the market. Cocoanut lard is highly appreciated by Mohammedans, whose religion forbids them using any product deriving from the hog. —The Clarion. ABSTAINING MONARCH'S. The King's offer to take the pledge for the period of the war will be warmly approved (remarks the London correspondent of the Daily Dispatch) by at least four European monarchs who are habitual abstainers from alcoholic liquor. These are the Kings of Italy, Spain, Sweden and Bulgaria. Kings Victor .and Ferdinand are alI most excessively abstemious.! King Alfonso will not touch) wine or liquor even at official I banquets, when his only 'tipple' | is a glass of cold water. King I Gustave is more than a teetota ler himself He and his entire royal family are at the head ot the temperance movement in Sweden. When the King paid his state visit to London a fewyears ago he always drank water at the numerous ban quets and receptions in his honour. —The Saskatchewan Sheaves Nassau, N. P., 16th July, 1915 Editor "Tribune" Sir, Can not something be done by the government or the Thanks for space allowed. Yours Tli TAM BIRU. Can not the labouring man himself do something for his protection. Think. [ED. SANDY'S WAY. Sandy and his las had been sitting together about half an hour in silence. "Maggie" he said, at length, "wasna 1 here on the Sawbath nicht ?" "Aye, Sandy, I daur say you were." "And' wasna I here on Alon day nicht ?" "Aye, so he were." "An, I was here on Tuesday nicht, an' Wednesday nicht, an' Thursday nicht, an Friday nicht ?" "Aye I'm thinkin' that's so." "An' this is Saturday nicht, an I'm here again ?" "Well, what for, no? I'm sure ye're verra welcome." Sandy (desperately): "Maggie, woman! D'v HO begin to smell a rat?" —The Saskatchewan Sheaves Continued From First Pa.ge. time, Is done hit, an' all de vittels dat's been bought in dis heah house, Is made de money an' bought 'em. Don't 'pear lak dat Sim is willing to do nothin'bur vote. Dat's all de wuk dat he's willin' to do an' so I says dat ef dert's anythin' dat de men folks will do by deirselves widout us women bavin' to help majority generally, for proj eiIli i et 'em do hit! Dat's de tecting the labouring man from the ravages of strangers and oppressive taskmasters. When the S. S. '•Bayamo" came here with a cargo of nearly eight thousand barrels, the Superintendent of the Ward Line, Mr. Griffith, •had prior to the ship's arrival made out and signed an agreement which was as fol-l lows: reason I don't take no interest in women gittin' de vote." "Humph," spons I. "ev'ybody to deir taste, but I's got mo' spunk 'bout me dan Sis Luellen, an' I say dat ef I's got to mind de laws, I's got strength enough to help make 'em Not takin' no hand in makin' de laws don't let no woman off from bavin" to keep 'em "I wonder ef you woman will win de election dis fall," says RELIGIOUS SUNDAY, JULY 18TI 8T MATTHKWB PA.RI8H CHURCH* Church and Shirley St. Rtv. IV. S. Lovtll, Rmtor Twain VII 7.16 a.m. Holy Communion. 10.15 a.mSunday School. 11 a.m. Mattirts "Horse Religion and Christ Religion 4 p.m Senior Catechism (in church.) 4 p.m. Junior Catechism (in srli> 1.) 7.30 p.m Evening Preacher, The Rev. C. R. C. Wakefield. MONDAY-The Loid Bishop will visit the parish for the purpose of a. Confirmation.— 7.30 p.m. CHURCH OK ST. AGNES, V. M Grants Town, Blue Hill Road Rev. Audity J. Rrotcne, Rector. Holy Communion 7.30 a.m. Matins 9,'td a.m. Missa Cantata and sermon 10 30 a.m. Catechism < p.m. Solemn Evening and Sermon 7.30 p.m. Weak Day Sen-ices Lew Mass daily 7.3^0 except Saturdays. EvensongMonday, Tuesday and Thuf. day 5.30 p.m. Wed. anil Friday 7 p.m. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER'8 CHURCH West Street Rev. Ckrysostom Scllreiner, O.SJ3,, Vicar For ant Mass and Sermon 11 a.m. Sermon and Benediction 5 pm. Week-days Man 7 am. SACRKD HEART OHAPKL East Shirley Street. Mass & Sermon 0 am. Benediction 4 pin. 8T. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Princes Street Rev S J. lUnnetl, Pastor. Morning 11 a.m. Evening 7 p.m. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH Corner East and Shirley Sts. Rev. Chas. A. Dunn, Pastor. 11 urn. and 7 p m. BAPTIST UNION CHURCH Parliament St Rev. D. Wihhere, Pastor. Singing, Prayer, Sermon, 11 a.m., 7 p.m. Sum!. iv School, 3 p in. CHARITY TABERNACLE I IWO Rev H F Dann, Pastor Morning at 11 a in Evcningat 7 pm UKSl.KYAN METHODIST CHURCH KBKNEZER Rev. Sidney !'. H^pps East Shirley Street II a in and 7:30 p m CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Pay Street, above Bank of N'ssau Sunday 11 am. and Wednesday 8 pm GOSPEL HALL Dowdeswell and Christie Streets Gospel Meeting. Evening at 7.30 GOSPEL HALL Dowdeswell Street (near Victoria Ave.) Worship meeting 11 a m. Sundav School, 3.30 p m Gospel preaching, 7.30 1 Winch men and coopers I Brer Jinkin kind of thoughtful eight shillings a day and one! lak. shillingand three pence per "Well," spons I, "ef men want hour by night, labourers six' t o save deirselves a lot of trou Shillings a day and one shilbla, an" argifyin,' an' aggrefret ling per hour by night, on this agreement the men went to work and work they did with the best of spirits. Before leaving the dock the superintendent emphatitinness, dey'll hand ns de vote on a silver salver. You ainjt forgot dat story in de Good I Book, is yon, 'hunt how de wo' man kept on a cornin' hack, an' a comin' back, a pesterin de Unjust Judge ontel he said, 'For way rally declared that in spite j e land's sake, woman* take of his agreement, he would pay double time if the ship could be discharged within a certain time. Relying upon his promise, whut you want, an' go an' leave me in peace.' "I ain't a makin' no threats, nor promulgatin' no prophecies, but I's got a hunch dat dat wo the cargo was got rid of in man was a sufferinyctte an'dat her daughters ain t all dead. nineteen hours. When the cargo was out which was satisfactorily done, he offered ten shillings and ten pence, but his conscience made him give two shillings more making twelve shillings and ten pence. On Tuesday last the stevedores asked for an increase of pay, this request was bluntly refused, hence the strike, noted in your columns. flow long, O Lord, how long will such things exist. The Superintendent Griffith thinks that everybody in Nassau is subservient to him and must either abide by his ruling or quit. He, I suggest must remember that this is Nassau, N. P. every time, no deaths from starvation as frequently hapan dat hit will be money in de pocket, an'peace an' rest for men to give us women de fran chise, an' shut up our mouths about hit." "Amen," spons Brer Jinkins. Notice A Missionary's Reminiscences of Panama, or three years at the Scene of the Great Isthmus Canal, both under the French regime and under the American, will be the subject of a lecture in the Union Baptist Church Parliament St. Wed. evening July 28th inst. Doors open at 7.30 lecture begin at 8 by the Rev. John Wesley Skerrett. Admission 6d. for adults Children half-pri ARROW COLLAR If you will give these collars a trial and keep track of their many trips to the laundry you will soon appreciate their worth. ON SAI.K AT NASSAU'S BKST RETAILERS CLUETT. PEA BODY & CO., Ioe. MAKERS. TROY, N. Y. I/.. S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Aoni. BUY SUPERIOR CIGARS At 4s. per hundred. Also a Specialty of HAVANA CIGARS of excellent quality combined with moderate prices, from J. B. GARDINER, Cor. West Street, and Petticoat Lane. D



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t *•• _J %  • LATEST RADIOGRAMS NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS, Subscribers to The Tribune Monthly and upwards are requested not to pay subscriptions to the carriers hut onlv at the Office, or to a Collector from the Office, also tt. report to the Office any neglect on the part of the carrieis to deliver their paper. s* N, ^ Nulllua rvddlrms )\jrr In verba m&glatri. Beinij bound to aweur to the Do|m&i of no M&ster. "THE TRIBUNE" WANTS ADVTS. FOR RESULT ADVERTISE IN "THE TRIBUNE" Special Rates to Yearly Advertisers Vol. X1L No. 502 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JULY 17. 1915 |Price. THREE CENTS. Mirandy on Votes for Women By Dorothy Dix. W iLL, Sis Mtran.ly," says Bter flnkins to me tie odder night, "a-n' so you women what's been a liuiiin* an' a pinin' for de franchise so long is done won de fust roun' of de fight, at last, an de legttlacher dune put de ques tionjofKvh|ddr nrfenen shall vote or notjp to de.people, an tin,'an'den dey diskivers dat we belongs to de angel sect, an' is too good an' pure to mix up > %  ..-•. I* V dev s gwjuT frT. vote on hit dis fall." ^ "Dat* des why we women i>so sot V>i bavin' de ballot," Spoils I. "How's dat ?" he axes. "Humph.'says I. "de legislactfersays hit'sa givin'de people of de state de chanst to vote on whedder woman shall be given suffrage |r not, but I take notice dat d"#re ain't nary a woman gwine to have de rii^ht to cast a.vote nn dat subject. An' de fa%sou for disisdat woman ain't people. Women are just its. Dat's de reason dat we are fightln' Idrde vote. We are tirod of being its, an' we wants de Ballot to put us on de map 'Of course, Sis Mirandy," says Brer Jink ins in a lonthin' tone of voice, "| ;iin't a disputin'dat in de eyes of de law,, aroun'election time, dat women I •*aii'ffpeo|de, but just remember daf 'lifewomen ain't people dey is dean^el 'sect, an' ev\hody knows dat impels an' politics don't mix no mo' dan ile an' water." "Maybe si," spons I, "but hit's done been proned into me dat tie angel sect has io fish down ill de pocket of hit's angel robe when de tax collector comes along,even ef hit ain't got no say-so 'bout whut de taxes shall be. Nutrjermo" is 1 seed dat belon<;in' to deangelsect saved a woman from bein' locked up in de callaboose ef site swiped a ruffle petticoai off somebody's clothesline, or slip got in a hair pull in' match wid anodder lady widi straight-front rigger, dat she tpin'oned <\.\'. her huaban' was castin* shei p's eye at. "Naw. Ben .lin!, MIS" I goeon, "i don't take no stock in dis angel sect business, which .don't see il to tyuk nnivliar but in politics, for so fur as I can see deonliest time dat de female sect wears a halo is at de polls All tie balance; of de time we men an* women is a much ol a muchness, an' cut off of.de same boll of cloth, an' we's wrastliu' togJsrfoVr wid desanie questions 'bout how we's^wine to pay de rent, an' k -ep po'le chops in de skillet, an' giv*. our chilkin a little better cb inst dan we had. An' sometimes in a fambly hit's de husb MI drtt's not de pumption, an' sometimes liit's de wife, an' we women has a finfer in ev'v pie, an' tie men is glad an' proud to have our help. 'Crptiff' when hit comes to VOID politics. Oat's gittin' a hah. a little too sudden for my taste, besides which I don't hick de company dat de angel sect has to keep in politics, for liit's only women, an' idiots, an' criminals, an' de insane dat ain't got tie right lo vote. "Now," I goes on, a wa'rmin' up to tie subject, "I ain't a gwine to dispute you dat hit'sa [almighty inconvenient Ihingto be a woman. Dere am'i nothin' dat a woman is called on to do, from goin' upstairs wid a lighted lamp in one hand an' a baby in de odder, an' holdin, her frock betwixt her teetn to | keep from steppin' on |,it, to tryin' to prove tlat she is a human being, dat !ut ain't harder for her to do dan hit would be for a man tt) do, just becaze she is a woman But whilst hit's a drawback to have de female sect wislit on you in life, de good l.awd did't intend hit to be a disgrace, an' dat's whut you make hit to be a disgrace, an'dat's whut you make hit' when you make bein' bom a woman tie line dat separates de sheep from de goats in politics. "I think dem folks whut settled dis votin' business sho'ly didn't know a good joke when they saw one, or else dey would have laughed deirselves to death when dry made de rule dat des becaze anybody was a woman she had to be shooed awav from willing to take my chanst wid, de men whut I deals wid fur' groceries, an' meat an'shoes, an" dat's anxious to keep my trade." "But who'll take care o( de chilliin while deir Maws is off a votin' Paxes Brer Jenkins. De same folks dat takes care of em now whilst deir maws is a Iraipsin' a roun' de bargaincounters, or playin' kyards for a dinky little prize. Dcnt't you worry none 'bout dat Brer Jinkins,' I goes on, "for dere ain't n.'ury a candidate dat won't be tickled to death to hold de baby whilst de baby's Maw o,„. s in ••in' votes for liim. I looks to see politicians fightin' for de privilege of walk-in" tie colic when women votes' "I's heard folks prognosticatin'ashow givin" women dc franchise will bust up tie home,' says Brer Jinkins, "an' dat when womsngitsdevote.dat ef so be a husban' should be of de Republican faith, an' de wife was a dyed in de wool Democrat, dat dey would argifv over high tariffand low tariff, an cast asparagus on de characters of each odders candidates, ontel dey would be in a light de live long time, an 1 pull up in de divorsh co't." To be had at all Grocers C. L. LofthoUSe-Company's Agent Corner George and King Sts. Guaranteed Waterproofs 21 /& 27/6 Don't you worry none 'bout dat, Brer Jinkins, "says I, "beI caze hit ain't gwine to happen. De proof of tie puddin' is ln| chewin' tie bag, an' in dem states : wb.tr women is got de right to vote, folks gits divorsches forl drunkenness, an' trillin'iiess, an' I, .. .. • ~.-..^.-.,, .... .1111111 lit-.-,;, H|| de polls. Dey might have said high tempers, an' becaze dev we won t let a:i\ bodv but rl.-l, tinn't ,!-,,..... .1.. r ... .1 J i we won't let anybody but rich folks vote, or anybody but edicated folks vote, or any body but good folks vote. Hut'dey didn't Dey let de pauper man vote, an' cut de rich woman out; dev let de man whut could't read nor write vote, an' drew tie line at the woman whut's been lo college, an' o...t a lot of ietters strung after her name. An' dey let de thief, nn'de gunman vote but dey saved de country, thank Ciord from tie danger-nf de votes of de Daughters of Zion an' de Mothers in [grael Seems lak dem framersofde Constitution thought dat bout tie Wust thing anybody could do was to tje a woman." "But, Sis Mirandy," said Hrer Jinkins, "think (if delicate females a fiavin' to mix wid de rabble at de polls." "Well," spons I. "seein" dat all of us is required by law to vote in our ow n precinct. 1 don't see notion' in tlat to skeer you to dvnth, considerin' as how you lives neighbor to dem same folks tie balance of de yeah. Dere (isn't nothin' in a 'lection booth to, make men whut is kind to women, an' mostlv afeard of 'em de balance of tie yeah, git tie rabies, an' turn on de female sect an' bite an' rend hit at de polls. Leastways, Is don't dance de fox trot de same way, or dc.v's found somebody younger an'prettier,or wid mo' money dan de onedeys's tied up wid, but dere ain't been nary a case whar folks has asked for div.nsch becaze dey's done fell out 'bout politics. "I'urdermo,' Brer Jinkins," I pursues, "whut folks needs in de family circle mo' dan anything else is something to talk 'bout' By de time a man 'an woman is done been married 'bout twenty yeahs, dey's done talked out, an" tint's de reason dev sets. around, at home like dummies) H. 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Those who are interested in PUBLIC or PRIYATE building schemes will be well advised to consult him as to Designing, Superintending of Building, Surveying, Dilap idations, and improvements she, 'I's been married to mv ole man Sam for nigh on to thuty P ro perty generally, yeahs, an' all de vvuk dat's been Temporary Addn done in dis fambly endurin' dat Continued on Third Pivge, ST. MATTHEW S RECTORY. Telephone Xo. 191. USED STAMPS WANTED WANT to buy nil kinds of mad pos aga and revenutvtain|>s, especially those of the Itritish and Danish Wost In in. I will pay from 2 tb IliOgl par I0*> up, for all JtioJs .f Rali.i in.-is poitaga Si.uiips, rxcrpt the current jtl AIKI Id. stamps for which I pay 5

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onlv at the Office, or to a
Collector from the Office,
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paper. s* n, ^
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"THE TRIBUNE"
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Vol. X1L No. 502
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. JULY 17. 1915
|Price. THREE CENTS.
Mirandy on Votes for Women
By Dorothy Dix.
W
iLL, Sis Mtran-
.ly," says Bter
flnkins to me tie
odder night, "a-n'
so you women what's been a
liuiiin* an' a pinin' for de fran-
chise so long is done won de
fust roun' of de fight, at last, an
de legttlacher dune put de ques
tionjofKvh|ddr nrfenen shall
vote or notjp to de.people, an
tin,'an'den dey diskivers dat
we belongs to de angel sect, an'
is too good an' pure to mix up
>


..-.
I*
V
dev s gwjuT frT. vote on hit dis
fall." ^
"Dat* des why we women i>-
so sot V>i bavin' de ballot,"
Spoils I.
"How's dat ?" he axes.
"Humph.'says I. "de legisla-
ctfersays hit'sa givin'de people
of de state de chanst to vote on
whedder woman shall be given
suffrage |r not, but I take notice
dat d"#re ain't nary a woman
gwine to have de rii^ht to cast
a.vote nn dat subject. An' de
fa%sou for disisdat woman ain't
people. Women are just its.
Dat's de reason dat we are
fightln' Idrde vote. We are
tirod of being its, an' we wants
de Ballot to put us on de map
'Of course, Sis Mirandy,"
says Brer Jink ins in a lonthin'
tone of voice, "| ;iin't a dispu-
tin'dat in de eyes of de law,,
aroun'election time, dat women I
*aii'ffpeo|de, but just remember
daf 'lifewomen ain't people dey
is dean^el 'sect, an' ev\hody
knows dat impels an' politics
don't mix no mo' dan ile an'
water."
"Maybe si," spons I, "but hit's
done been proned into me dat
tie angel sect has io fish down
ill de pocket of hit's angel robe
when de tax collector comes
along,even ef hit ain't got no
say-so 'bout whut de taxes shall
be. Nutrjermo" is 1 seed dat
belon<;in' to deangelsect saved
a woman from bein' locked up
in de callaboose ef site swiped
a ruffle petticoai off somebody's
clothesline, or slip got in a hair
pull in' match wid anodder lady
. widi straight-front rigger, dat
she tpin'oned <\.\'. her huaban'
was castin* shei p's eye at.
"Naw. Ben .lin!,mis" I goe-
on, "i don't take no stock in
dis angel sect business, which
.don't see il to tyuk nnivliar but
in politics, for so fur as I can see
deonliest time dat de female
sect wears a halo is at de polls
All tie balance; of de time we
men an* women is a much ol a
muchness, an' cut off of.de same
boll of cloth, an' we's wrastliu'
togJsrfoVr wid desanie questions
'bout how we's^wine to pay de
rent, an' k -ep po'le chops in de
skillet, an' giv*. our chilkin a
little better cb inst dan we had.
An' sometimes in a fambly hit's
de husb mi drtt's not de pump-
tion, an' sometimes liit's de
wife, an' we women has a fin-
fer in ev'v pie, an' tie men is
glad an' proud to have our help.
'Crptiff' when hit comes to vo-
id politics. Oat's gittin' a hah.
a little too sudden for my taste,
besides which I don't hick de
company dat de angel sect has
to keep in politics, for liit's on-
ly women, an' idiots, an' crimi-
nals, an' de insane dat ain't got
tie right lo vote.
"Now," I goes on, a wa'rmin'
up to tie subject, "I ain't a
gwine to dispute you dat hit'sa
[almighty inconvenient Ihingto
be a woman. Dere am'i noth-
in' dat a woman is called on to
do, from goin' upstairs wid a
lighted lamp in one hand an' a
baby in de odder, an' holdin,
her frock betwixt her teetn to
| keep from steppin' on |,it, to
tryin' to prove tlat she is a hu-
man being, dat !ut ain't harder
for her to do dan hit would be
for a man tt) do, just becaze she
is a woman But whilst hit's a
drawback to have de female
sect wislit on you in life, de
good l.awd did't intend hit to
be a disgrace, an' dat's whut
you make hit to be a disgrace,
an'dat's whut you make hit'
when you make bein' bom a
woman tie line dat separates de
sheep from de goats in politics.
"I think dem folks whut set-
tled dis votin' business sho'ly
didn't know a good joke when
they saw one, or else dey would
have laughed deirselves to death
when dry made de rule dat des
becaze anybody was a woman
she had to be shooed awav from
willing to take my chanst wid,
de men whut I deals wid fur'
groceries, an' meat an'shoes, an"
dat's anxious to keep my trade."
"But who'll take care o( de
chilliin while deir Maws is off a
votin' Paxes Brer Jenkins.
De same folks dat takes care
of em now whilst deir maws is
a Iraipsin' a roun' de bargain-
counters, or playin' kyards for
a dinky little prize. Dcnt't you
worry none 'bout dat Brer Jin-
kins,' I goes on, "for dere ain't
n.'ury a candidate dat won't be
tickled to death to hold de baby
whilst de baby's Maw o,.s in
in' votes for liim. I looks to
see politicians fightin' for de
privilege of walk-in" tie colic
when women votes'
"I's heard folks prognostica-
tin'ashow givin" women dc
franchise will bust up tie home,'
says Brer Jinkins, "an' dat when
womsngitsdevote.dat ef so
be a husban' should be of de
Republican faith, an' de wife
was a dyed in de wool Demo-
crat, dat dey would argifv over
high tariffand low tariff, an cast
asparagus on de characters of
each odders candidates, ontel
dey would be in a light de live
long time, an1 pull up in de di-
vorsh co't."
To be had at all Grocers
C. L. LofthoUSe-Company's Agent
Corner George and King Sts.
Guaranteed Waterproofs 21 /- & 27/6
Don't you worry none 'bout
dat, Brer Jinkins, "says I, "be- I
caze hit ain't gwine to happen.
De proof of tie puddin' is ln|
chewin' tie bag, an' in dem states :
wb.tr women is got de right to
vote, folks gits divorsches forl
drunkenness, an' trillin'iiess, an'
I, .. .. --------~.-..^.-.,, .... .1111111 lit-.-,;, H||
de polls. Dey might have said high tempers, an' becaze dev
we won t let a:i\ bodv but rl.-l, tinn't ,!-,,..... .1.. r...... ... .1 J i
we won't let anybody but rich
folks vote, or anybody but edi-
cated folks vote, or any body but
good folks vote. Hut'dey didn't
Dey let de pauper man vote,
an' cut de rich woman out; dev
let de man whut could't read
nor write vote, an' drew tie line
at the woman whut's been lo
college, an' o...t a lot of ietters
strung after her name. An' dey
let de thief, nn'de gunman vote
but dey saved de country, thank
Ciord from tie danger-nf de votes
of de Daughters of Zion an' de
Mothers in [grael Seems lak
dem framersofde Constitution
thought dat bout tie Wust thing
anybody could do was to tje a
woman."
"But, Sis Mirandy," said
Hrer Jinkins, "think (if delicate
females a fiavin' to mix wid de
rabble at de polls."
"Well," spons I. "seein" dat
all of us is required by law to
vote in our ow n precinct. 1 don't
see notion' in tlat to skeer you
to dvnth, considerin' as how
you lives neighbor to dem same
folks tie balance of de yeah.
Dere (isn't nothin' in a 'lection
booth to, make men whut is
kind to women, an' mostlv
afeard of 'em de balance of tie
yeah, git tie rabies, an' turn on
de female sect an' bite an' rend
hit at de polls. Leastways, Is
don't dance de fox trot de same
way, or dc.v's found somebody
younger an'prettier,or wid mo'
money dan de onedeys's tied up
wid, but dere ain't been nary a
case whar folks has asked for
div.nsch becaze dey's done fell
out 'bout politics.
"I'urdermo,' Brer Jinkins," I
pursues, "whut folks needs in de
family circle mo' dan anything
else is something to talk 'bout'
By de time a man 'an woman
is done been married 'bout
twenty yeahs, dey's done talked
out, an" tint's de reason dev sets.
around, at home like dummies) H. DlQHTON PEARSON
in a silence dat you could cut
(15.04 Gold
FKAnNOepHT" Guaranty WnU-rprooh are w
9"*"** JMt "'1 '.''"ii. ami .in hv ..x,-rt .-in
116.60 Qold.
from Che tlnattt
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wid a knife, an'ef 3-011 can give
'em some subject dat's pot pep
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like podii,s, hit's gwine to be a
godsend "
."All tie women don't want de
vote," says Urer Jinkins. "as I
was a oommj along heal), I
Stepped by Sis Lnellen's an' I
ax her how she stood on de
question of votes for women,
an' Sis Luellen she raised up
from de wash-bo'd, on which
she was a-perform in,' an. she
says to me:'Urer Jinkins,' savs
Fellow of the Roytf Institute
of British Architects.
is practicing as an
Architect 6- Surveyor
in the Bahamas.
Those who are interested in
PUBLIC or PRIYATE
building schemes will be well
advised to consult him as to
Designing, Superintending
of Building, Surveying, Dilap
idations, and improvements
she, 'I's been married to mv ole
man Sam for nigh on to thuty - Property generally,
yeahs, an' all de vvuk dat's been Temporary Addn .
done in dis fambly endurin' dat
Continued on Third Pivge,
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Telephone Xo. 191.
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Prompt and fair settlement guaranteed.
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GASOLINE
In Drums Eleven pence
per Gallon.
Ten Gallon Cans One Shil
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So let us look upon the
French Red Cross as one of
our own auxiliaries and do
all that lies in our power to
help so very worthy an object.
We, rightly, aid the Bel-
gians, what logical reason is
there that we should not aid
the French.
The first contribution to
this fund we are publishing
in another column.
With the most extraordin-
ary hot wave now passing
over us, the abominable
stenches arising from some of
the gutters in the city cannot
Advertising Rate. :-Six pence per line I be COndusi Ve to the health of
for firat insertion: three pence per lineltu-
for second insertion ; and onopenny pe ' "'
sal, 47 bales sisal waste, 9
cases turtle shell. 52 barrels
shells, 1 case shells, 20 tons
lignumvit.c, 2 packages sun-
dries.
we
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The attention of
owners
line for cubaquent insertion.'.
Advertisements under eicht lines 4s.
Gbe tribune
SATUB.DAY. July 17.1915.
0t PUBLISHED AT 7 P. M.
city.
What says
Inspector ?
What says the
Health?
o:
k WORTHY EXAMPLE
the Sanitary
Board of
The war still drags its slow
length along, and on all sides
are heard anxious questions
as to how long it will last.
We had thought that the
allied offensive in France and
Flanders and in Alsace Lor-
and drivers is earnestly di-
rected to the Mot weather
rules of the Boston Work-
Horse Relief Association,
which we take pleasure in
publishing.
The advice embodied in
these rules isbotli timely and
necessary in view of the treat-
ment sometimes administer-
ed to our horses.
We hope that our readers
generally, will give these
rules their attention.
In view of the evils wrought
by the liquor traffic, 11 is Gra-
cious Majesty King Geopj.e
has pledged himself and his
royal household to total ab-
stinence from intoxicating
beverages. Princes, states-
men, peers, military leaders
raine would have developed ?'I'.1 P'^fnthropists, have
so effectually ere this as to folIwe bring the end well in sight Already this wise and com-
by now |mendable action has borne
HOT WEATHER RULES.
:o:
i. Load lightly, and drive
slowly.
i. Stop in thfl shad.: if
possible.
3. Watei your horse as of
ten as possible. So long as .,
horse is working, water in small
quantities will not hurt him.
But let him drink only a few
swallows if lie is going to stand
Do not fail to water him at
night after he has eaten Ins hav.
FOR SALE, CHEAP
One Motor Boat
Mahogany Finish.
12 h.p. LATHROP ENGINE
Heavy Duty, (New)
Easy Terms.
Apply,
A. C. CRAWFORD.
July 15, nil-,.
Evans; and whereas
mourn his demise.
Be it Resolved : That we
the Members of Aurora Lodge
N'o. 810 are submissive to
Him who doetli all things
well.
We realize that a link in
our chain has been broken.
Our Brother was one of the
oldest members of the Order,
and our ties and mutual
greetings were most pleasant.
Brother Evans was an ar-
dent and most faithful mem
ber, and tilled the highest
position in the Order; being
for several years District
Grandmaster, and also the
only accredited Representa-
tive of His Lodge to visit the
B.M.C.
Resolved that we cherish
the memorvof this our belov- r
i.,.,,,i, .- 1 .. right and right centre including
ed Brother, and that we try French corps bv about 4covn.ds*
to emu ate his work. Over 400 Drisoners were cap
Ivesolved that We extend Ituiecl.
to the bereaved widow Our The French report contains
deepest sympathy and condo-; nothing special
Latest War News
1915.
We fear, however that we
must brace ourselves for sev-
eral months more of the agony
To pui it bluntly, the length
of the war will most likely
be deter mined by the number
of Germans and AusAro-Ger-
mans who can be killed or
put out of action during the
next few months. Great as
are the German reserves, ours
are very far greater, and at
the work of wearing armies
down the superiority lies em-
phatically with us. So we
rich fruit in many parts ofj ? When becomes in after
the Empire. Take one in- worf. sponge oil the harness
stance:Soraetimeagointhel.m. and. sweat llis e>'es-
Legislative
Prince Edward
marks and
lis nose and
Assembly of
Island, the 11
Premier of the Province, in a
resolution, seconded by the
Leader of the ()pposition,coi-
dially commended the action
mouth, and the
duck. Wash Ins feet hut not
lence in hei irreparable loss.
Be it further Resolved that
a copy of these Resolutions
be spread upon the fare of
the minutes of the Lodgeand
s nt to the pn ss for publica-
tion.
ROBERT M. BAILEY,
JOHN C. JORDAN,
Wm. HARVEY WOOD,
Committee,
The Russians report enemy
advance in region of Uiga.
The Russians occupy posi-
tions South "f Przasmi z.
ng
The Austrians are attac
in tlie Dneister disti icl
Italian progress continues.
Falzarego Peak was carried by
a sui pi ise attack,
rred)
BOXAR LAW
5. If the thermometer is 75
degrees or higher, wipe him all
over with n damp sponge. Use
vinegar water if possible. Do
must e'en go on slaughtering:, ,, ,
them till their line wears thin ward is,and statesmen,
igh and their morale sof^ T P^rv member of
i Legislature declared his
of their King and the object not turn the hose on him.
of a league formed to pro-
mote total abstinence during
the year. The proposal was
unanimously adopted with
enthusiasm. This was not
enough for the Prince lid-
One
approved,by personal pledge-
signing, and that pledge and
all the signatures were placed
on the records of the House.
The Prince Edward Island
Government did not appoint
a Commission to act in its'8
behalf. Why should men
turn over to others a duty
which they have power to
personally perform ?
I he Pioneer.
The above is most respect-
full y commended to the
thoughtful consideration of
enough and their morale
far depreciates as to give our I h*!ti!'
troops[the chance of striking h u to '.lu: movcm(,n1 Uu,s """""<
at their connections and gett-
ing them on the run.
Unfortunate as the Austro-
German advance on the Rus-
sians has been in prolonging
the war, it will in the end
react on our enemies. Drives
like those in Galicia, how-
ever successful, mean an enor-
mous wastage in men to the
assailants, and, in coming
months, our foes will wish
they had these men. We
must stiffen our minds to bear
patiently the thought of an-
other winter campaign with
the hope that before the win-
ter closes the war will close.
:o:
The French K'ecl Cross
Fund a notice of which ap
pears in our columns is an
appeal which should com-
mend itself to every benevo-
lent-mind.
It is not to be supposed
that this benevolem e on ac-
count of its name is conlin. d
to the French, though if it
were that would be no reason
why it should not receive our
hearty support, for be it re-
membered the French nation
is an old time friend and ally
of ours, on the contrary its
operations are extended to all
the allies and very largely to
our own soldiers, so many of
whom are taken to France
from the Western field of war
operations when sick and
wounded.
6. Saturday night, give a
bran mash, lukewarm;and add
a tablespoonful of saltpetre.
7- Do not use a horse hat,
unless it is a canopv-top hat.
The ordinary bellshaped hat
does more harm than good.
8. A sponge on top of the
t'lP head, or even a cloth, is good if;
ad-1 kept wet. if dry is worse .than |
1
A CARD.
l HE WEIR'S thank
.lie friends who have so kimlly
sympathised with them in tbeii
recent lv mi ow nt, .il- > _i 11 .-<
who have so kimlly sent floral
wreaths for the occasion.
9. If the horse is overcome The Consular Ar nt for
by heat, get him into the shade, Trance acknowledges the fol
remove harness and bridle, wash lowing subscriptions towards
out his mouth, sponge him all the French Red Cross Fund
over, shower his legs, and give' His Excellency the Governor the N
two ounces of aromatic and Mrs. Allardyce 2. 2. o.
Miss Allardyce 1. o. o.
Miss K. Allardyce 1. o. o.
A. D. Sherwood Smith 0 5. o.
ammonia, or 2 ounces
of sweet spirits of nitre, in a pint
of water; or give him a pint of
Coffee warm. Cool his head al
once, using cold water, or if ne
cessary,chopped ice, wrapped
in a cloth,
10. If the horse is off his
feed, try him with two quarts of
oats mixed with hran, and a
little water; and add a little
salt or sugar. Or give him oat-
meal gruel or barley water to
drink.
11. Watch your horse. If
he stops sweating suddenly, or
if lie brealies short and quick.
General Commit e o! theLrifhisears droop, or if he
bahamas War Relief Fund stands with his legs braced side-
will be held in the Council ways, he is in danger of a heat
Chamber on Monday next the or sun stroke and needs atten-'
1 t)th iiistat 3 o'clock in the tion at once.
our own House of Assembly
with the recommendation
"Go thou and do likewise."
:o:
We have been requested to
say, thai a meeting ol the
afti moon.
The July sittings of the Su-
preme Court will begin at 10.30
a. in. on Wednesday next the
21st lost
The Motor "Frances F"
left for Miami this morning
with mails and 20 passen-
gers.
Shipments per S. S. "Mex-
ico" bound for New York
July 15th :
517 bales sponges, 65 bales
refuse sponges, 757 bales si-
12. If It is so hot that the
horse sweats in the stable at
night, tie him outside, with
bedding under him. Unless he
cools off during the night, he
cannot well stand the next days
heat.
:o:
Aurora Lodge, No. 810
G.U.O. of O.F.
Nassau, N.P, Bahamas.
16th July, 1915.
Whereas the Almighty by
Mis Omnipotent power has
seen fit to remove from our
midst our highly esteemed
and beloved Brother G. R.
4 7- o.
One Day at a Time
One day at a time that's all
it can be
No faster than that is the
hardest fate ;
And days have, their limits,
however we
Begin them too early and
stretch them too late.
One day at a lime Every
heart that aches
Knows only too well how
long it can seem
Hut its never today when the
spirit breaks
It's the darkened future
without a gleam.
One day at a time! But a
single day,
Whatever its load, what-
ever its length,
And there's a beautiful Scrip-
ture to say,
That according to each
shall be our strength.
Helen H. Jackson.
The Saskatchewan Sheaves
London: Anglo-F rench forc-
es occupied Npauudi re, C< ntral
Kami runs, losing iwd Killed
and eight wounded.
Ambassador Page visited the
foreign ofnce4o day pn sumably
to acquaint the government
with a draft of the new Ameri-
can note protesting agfinst the
British treatment ol 1 ommerce.
A news despatch says that
Roumania refuses to comply
with Germany's demands to al-
low ammunition to traverse
Roumania for the use ofTurkty.
A news despatch says that a
Russian warship lias sunk the
German submarine U 51 in the
Black Sea. This is the subma
rine' whijh made the voyage
from Willielmsliaveil to llieDar-
rianelUs where it sunk the Ma-
jestic and other warships.
Von llinderberg is hammer-
ing awav towards Warsaw from
rth and claim* consider
able success. He has had large
reinforcements.
The Russians are stubbornly
resisting all attacks.
Vigorous operations have
been resumed all over the bast
em theatre of war The Austn
ans have successfully forced the
Dneister in several places.
Paris:The French have re-
captured Hill 285 in Argonen
thus blocking the German drive
on Verdun.
Berlin:It is officially an
iiounced today that the Ger
mans have crossed the Wjndau
River near Kollinyaui, jn Cour
land, and have made further
progress South of Prznsnysz.
Zurich:Cholera is spread
ing principally affecting war
prisoners in Galicia. 543 cases
have developed since the latter
part of June.
London.Welch coal mines
are still closed as a result of the
miners strike.
West Orange. Secretary
Daniels and Mr. F.disnn have
discussed the personnel of the
navy board. Daniels said that
it is intended to place the coun
try in h state of defence no other
country has ever known.
The board will develops sub
marines and aeroplanes.
Panama: The canal was
used today for the first time by
large battleships. The Missouri,
Wisconsin and
safely through.
the Ohio went
July 17th
London, 16th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News: General
Hamilton reports thai an at
tack in Gallipoli on the uth re-
sulted in the advance .>f our
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New York; Tlie supreme
court justice lias upheld the
findings of the Thaw jury. Thaw
is now free on 35.000 bail
pending an appeal by the state
July 17th 1915.
Washington, 15111: -The
United States probably will send
within another fortnight a reply
to the Auttrti Hungarian note
contending that extensive ship
ments of war supplies from this
country to the Allies are not in
oonsonance with the definition
of neutrality.
Germany admits the legal
rights of the citizens of the
United States to trade in arms
but it was argued that it was
equally right for neutrals to stop
trade in contraband especially
the trade in arms with Ger-
many's enemies.
London.-According to a ru
mour published in the DAILY
CHUON1CLR David Lloyd
George, Minister of munitions
and Lord Kitchener have differ
ed over miny matters and that
the defferences may lead to a
split in which either one or the
other will resign.
In some quarters it is rumour-
ed that if Major General Stanley
Von Donop Master General of
Ordnance does not resign David
Llo\d George will and that if
he does resign Field Marshal
Lord Kitchener will also go.
Except for two small colliers
employing about 800 men all
South Wales coal mines which
supply the navy were idle today
and miners although the govern-
ment has brought the industry
under the Munitions War Act
decided not to accept reborn
mentation to continue work
day bv day until arrangements
could b -concluded.
This action was taken despite
entteaties of labour leaders.
Washington: In response to
au appeal by American packers
state department officials are
preparing a note to Great Bri
tain urging early settlement for
or release of thirty one cargoes
of meat products consigned to
neutral countries held by the
Biitifh government.
Washington 16th;Drafts of
the reply to the German note
have been prepared and will be
submitted to the president on
Monday and to a cabinet meet-
ing on Tuesday.
Zurich, Switzerland: Re-
ports reach heie of an alleged
mutiny in the Austrian squad-
ron at I'ola a few clays ago.
London: -The Welsh coal
strike will be settled in a few-
da v it is said on new proposals
made to the miners.
New York: Bad reports
from Texas sent cotton up a
dollar a bale oil the exchange
here today.
o
July 16th 1915.
London, 14th:According to
a Keuter Amsteidam despatch
it is stated fiom Vienna that
the Austro- Hungarian Minis-
ter of Foreign Affairs sent a
note to the American Ambassa-
dor at Vienna on June 29th
drawing attention to the fact
that the commercial business in
war material on a great scale
is proceeding between the
United Slates and Great Britain
and her Allies, while Austria
and Germany are cut off from
American market.
Washington:Officials were
at work today setting down
views on German situation
n definite form for presentation
to President Wilson on his re-
turn.
The belief is that the president
will call a cabinet meeting on
Tuesday and that he may bring
with him from Cornish a draft
of a note to be sent to Ger-
many. He will exchange views
with Secretary Lansing who has
mappedjout a draft of the note.
The course to be followed will
probably be decided on at the
meeting and a new note may-
be completed by the end of
next week.
Before the president returns
Count Von Bernstoff, the Ger-
man Ambassador, will call on
Secretary Lansing to explain
the viewpoint of his govern-
ment.
The Ambassador recommend
ed to his foreign office the in-
clusion in the last note of the
paragraph expressing the hope
that the United states and
Germany would work together
for the adoption of the princi-
ple of freedom of the sea. This
places much significance on the
expressed wi liogness of Ger
many to follow the lead of the
United Slates on the question
and that the way is open for
the United States to mediate
the entire controversy on the
rules of maritime warfare as
they affect neutral lights.
Washington: American meat
packers appealed to the state
department today to demand
that Great Britain stop interfer-
ing with cargoes consigned to
neutral ports and settle for
.$13000.000 worm of such pro-
ducts now held in prize courts.
They charge the British govern
ment with destruction of com-
merce in food products between
United States and neutral 11;
tions.
London, 14: Despite the ac-
tion of the government to apply
the Munitions of W ar Act to the
coal milling industry it is prac-
tically certain that h large num-
ber of men will stop work in
South Wales tomorrow thus
curtailing the supply of coal
for naval vessels.
The Federation of Miners of
the United Kingdom, the labour
leaders and the general public,
upon whose support the miners
would depend to make the strike
a success are all urging them to
c ntinue work until an agree
ment can be reached. The ex
ecutive council of the South
Wales union by a majority vote
refused to support these recom
mend.itn ns.
Washington:State depart
ment advices late this afternoon
front Mexico City report things
quiet, with order prevailing and
trains arriving from Vera Cruz
with food supplies. Stores and
banks are still closed pending
arrangements for cunency circu
lation. Carranca government
depart men tsa re being organized
as rapidly as possible, Gonzales
lias given preference to supplv
trains over troops trains and it
is hoped soon to be feeding from
eight to ten thousand people
daily.
New York:It is expected
that Harry Thaw will be
released from custody today.
If so the state will appeal
and he will be allowed bail.
Washington:It is expect-
that the United States will,
in answer to the Austrian
protest regarding shipping of
arms to the Allies, say that
the protesting couniry im-
ported arms also when they
needed them.
Washington: Count Von
Bemstorfl claims that the
German note was intended
to prepare the way for
negotiations by the U nited
States and Great Britain to
adjust differences that have
arisen over contraband and
submarine warfare. The
Ambassador will see
Secretary Lansing and talk
with him on the situation.
Recently cocoanut oil has
been used as the basis for the
manufacture of a "condensed
milk" said to be chemically in pens in
distinguishable from condensed J God.
his country, thank
cows' milk, and claim is ad
vahced that an excellent cocoa-
nut oil "cheese' will shortly be
placed on the market. Cocoa-
nut lard is highly appreciated
by Mohammedans, whose reli-
gion forbids them using any
product deriving from the hog.
The Clarion.
ABSTAINING MONARCH'S.
The King's offer to take the
pledge for the period of the war
will be warmly approved (re-
marks the London correspon-
dent of the Daily Dispatch) by
at least four European monarchs
who are habitual abstainers
from alcoholic liquor. These
are the Kings of Italy, Spain,
Sweden and Bulgaria. Kings
Victor .and Ferdinand are al- I
most excessively abstemious.!
King Alfonso will not touch)
wine or liquor even at official I
banquets, when his only 'tipple' |
is a glass of cold water. King I
Gustave is more than a teetota
ler himself He and his entire
royal family are at the head ot
the temperance movement in
Sweden. When the King paid
his state visit to London a few-
years ago he always drank
water at the numerous ban
quets and receptions in his hon-
our.
The Saskatchewan Sheaves
Nassau, N. P.,
16th July, 1915
Editor "Tribune"
Sir,
Can not something be done
by the government or the
Thanks for space allowed.
Yours
Tli TAM BIRU.
Can not the labouring
man himself do something
for his protection. Think.
[Ed.
SANDY'S WAY.
Sandy and his las had been
sitting together about half an
hour in silence.
"Maggie" he said, at length,
"wasna 1 here on the Sawbath
nicht ?"
"Aye, Sandy, I daur say you
were."
"And' wasna I here on Alon
day nicht ?"
"Aye, so he were."
"An, I was here on Tuesday
nicht, an' Wednesday nicht,
an' Thursday nicht, an Friday
nicht ?"
"Aye I'm thinkin' that's so."
"An' this is Saturday nicht,
an I'm here again ?"
"Well, what for, no? I'm sure
ye're verra welcome."
Sandy (desperately): "Maggie,
woman! D'v HO begin to smell
a rat?"
The Saskatchewan Sheaves
Continued From First Pa.ge.
time, Is done hit, an' all de
vittels dat's been bought in dis
heah house, Is made de money
an' bought 'em. Don't 'pear
lak dat Sim is willing to do no-
thin'bur vote. Dat's all de wuk
dat he's willin' to do an' so I
says dat ef dert's anythin' dat de
men folks will do by deirselves
widout us women bavin' to help
majority generally, for pro- jeiIli iet 'em do hit! Dat's de
tecting the labouring man
from the ravages of strangers
and oppressive taskmasters.
When the S. S. 'Bayamo"
came here with a cargo of
nearly eight thousand bar-
rels, the Superintendent of
the Ward Line, Mr. Griffith,
had prior to the ship's arriv-
al made out and signed an
agreement which was as fol-l
lows:
reason I don't take no interest
in women gittin' de vote."
"Humph," spons I. "ev'ybody
to deir taste, but I's got mo'
spunk 'bout me dan Sis Luellen,
an' I say dat ef I's got to mind
de laws, I's got strength enough
to help make 'em Not takin'
no hand in makin' de laws don't
let no woman off from bavin"
to keep 'em "
"I wonder ef you woman will
win de election dis fall," says
RELIGIOUS
Sunday, July 18ti
8T MATTHKWB PA.RI8H CHURCH*
Church and Shirley St. '
Rtv. IV. S. Lovtll, Rmtor
Twain VII
7.16 a.m. Holy Communion. 10.15 a.m-
Sunday School. 11 a.m. Mattirts "Horse
Religion and Christ Religion 4 p.m
Senior Catechism (in church.) 4 p.m.
Junior Catechism (in srli> 1.) 7.30 p.m
Evening Preacher, The Rev. C. R. C.
Wakefield.
MONDAY-The Loid Bishop will vis-
it the parish for the purpose of a. Confir-
mation.7.30 p.m.
CHURCH OK ST. AGNES, V. M
Grants Town, Blue Hill Road
Rev. Audity J. Rrotcne, Rector.
Holy Communion 7.30 a.m. Matins 9,'td
a.m. Missa Cantata and sermon 10 30
a.m. Catechism < p.m. Solemn Even-
ing and Sermon 7.30 p.m.
Weak Day Sen-ices
Lew Mass daily 7.3^0 except Saturdays.
Evensong- Monday, Tuesday and Thuf.
day 5.30 p.m. Wed. anil Friday 7 p.m.
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER'8 CHURCH
West Street
Rev. Ckrysostom Scllreiner, O.SJ3,,
Vicar For ant
Mass and Sermon 11 a.m. Sermon and
Benediction 5 pm. Week-days Man 7 am.
SACRKD HEART OHAPKL
East Shirley Street.
Mass & Sermon 0 am. Benediction 4 pin.
8T. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Princes Street
Rev S J. lUnnetl, Pastor.
Morning 11 a.m. Evening 7 p.m.
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner East and Shirley Sts.
Rev. Chas. A. Dunn, Pastor.
11 urn. and 7 p m.
BAPTIST UNION CHURCH
Parliament St
Rev. D. Wihhere, Pastor.
Singing, Prayer, Sermon, 11 a.m., 7 p.m.
Sum!.iv School, 3 p in.
CHARITY TABERNACLE
I IWO
Rev H F Dann, Pastor
Morning at 11 a in Evcningat 7 pm
UKSl.KYAN METHODIST CHURCH
KBKNEZER
Rev. Sidney !'. H^pps
East Shirley Street
ii a in and 7:30 p m
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Pay Street, above Bank of N'ssau
Sunday 11 am. and Wednesday 8 pm
GOSPEL HALL
Dowdeswell and Christie Streets
Gospel Meeting. Evening at 7.30
GOSPEL HALL
Dowdeswell Street (near Victoria Ave.)
Worship meeting 11 a m. Sundav
School, 3.30 p m Gospel preaching, 7.30
1
Winch men and coopers I Brer Jinkin kind of thoughtful
eight shillings a day and one! lak.
shillingand three pence per "Well," spons I, "ef men want
hour by night, labourers six'to save deirselves a lot of trou
Shillings a day and one shil- bla, an" argifyin,' an' aggrefret
ling per hour by night, on
this agreement the men went
to work and work they did
with the best of spirits.
Before leaving the dock
the superintendent emphati-
tinness, dey'll hand ns de vote
on a silver salver. You ainjt
forgot dat story in de Good
I Book, is yon, 'hunt how de wo-
' man kept on a cornin' hack, an'
a comin' back, a pesterin de
Unjust Judge ontel he said, 'For
way
rally declared that in spite je land's sake, woman* take
of his agreement, he would
pay double time if the ship
could be discharged within a
certain time.
Relying upon his promise,
whut you want, an' go
an' leave me in peace.'
"I ain't a makin' no threats,
nor promulgatin' no prophecies,
but I's got a hunch dat dat wo
the cargo was got rid of in man was a sufferinyctte an'dat
her daughters ain t all dead.
nineteen hours.
When the cargo was out
which was satisfactorily
done, he offered ten shillings
and ten pence, but his con-
science made him give two
shillings more making twelve
shillings and ten pence. On
Tuesday last the stevedores
asked for an increase of pay,
this request was bluntly re-
fused, hence the strike, noted
in your columns.
flow long, O Lord, how
long will such things exist.
The Superintendent Grif-
fith thinks that everybody in
Nassau is subservient to him
and must either abide by his
ruling or quit.
He, I suggest must remem-
ber that this is Nassau, N. P.
every time, no deaths from
starvation as frequently hap-
an dat hit will be money in de
pocket, an'peace an' rest for
men to give us women de fran
chise, an' shut up our mouths
about hit."
"Amen," spons Brer Jinkins.
Notice
A Missionary's Reminis-
cences of Panama, or three
years at the Scene of the Great
Isthmus Canal, both under
the French regime and under
the American, will be the sub-
ject of a lecture in the Union
Baptist Church Parliament
St. Wed. evening July 28th
inst. Doors open at 7.30 lec-
ture begin at 8 by the Rev.
John Wesley Skerrett.
Admission 6d. for adults
Children half-pri
ARROW
COLLAR
If you will give these
collars a trial and keep
track of their many
trips to the laundry you
will soon appreciate
their worth.
ON SAI.K AT
NASSAU'S
BKST RETAILERS
CLUETT. PEA BODY & CO., Ioe.
MAKERS. TROY, N. Y. I/.. S. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Aoni.
BUY
SUPERIOR CIGARS
At 4s. per hundred.
Also a Specialty of
HAVANA CIGARS
of excellent quality combined
with moderate prices, from
J. B. GARDINER,
Cor. West Street,
and Petticoat Lane.

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for the mother and health for the baby
follow the UBe of the 'Allenburys* Foods.
They resemble healthy human milk in composition, nutritive value and digestibility.
Babies fed on the "Allenburys" Foods invariably thrive well.
*811enburgs
MILK FOOD No. L MILK FOOD No. i. MALTED FOOD No. S. The AMenDum' RUSKS (Malted)
rn Unhto 1 oothe. From J u> t month.. Fro- Booth, apwtrdl. From 10monU>e w>wanU.
TO BB OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES.
r Pamphlet -Infant Feeding- and Management" sent free.
ENGLAND.

The Famous "IMP" Cyclecar with Starter, Lamps and
Horn, delivered to YOU for Only $360.
1 Cent
A Mile
SPEED, 8 TO 50 MILES
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45 Miles On A Gallon
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COOL
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SOTWCTAILTRAOC
tMW IUJK
Rupture Cured shingrie^
-_ dcbi ,\o. i Heart 5m. Cypress
Shingles at f9.60 per thous
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Discounts on lots of over
The Brooks Appliance
THE CAR THAT SATISFIES
YES,
thoroughly satisfies that burning desire that everyone has to own and drive a
' MOTOR CAR. The world renowned "IMP" Cyeclecnr fits every pocket-
bookthe first cost is low, the running cost is small, and the "IMP" places the luxury
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Everyone needs ithealthful and economical.
The "IMP" seats two persons, and because the seats are tandem it allows the finest
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and Oil Cooled Motor, silent belt drive and the reliable flexible friction transmissionde-
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2\ tires.
You're cheating* yourself if you do'nt get one.
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Position Wanted.
DY A YOUNC. MAX who, is will-
ing to work, has experience in
the (irorvry business, can ride a
wheel, and drive a horse ; also has
ability in oil ice work and ready for
all kinds of work that is honour-
able.
I will be satisfied with a small
salary to betjln with; give me a
trial and if after a specilied time I
do not suit, 1 will not expect to be
paid.
I am a Bahamian by birth, a res-
ident in Miami for over a year and
can furnish best of references.
Cable ok Write to
HERBERT E. MUNNlNGS,
517 Avenue I.
Miami, Fla.
Tare W. E. FROST,
Manager.
J. G. McCRORY'H 5cts. and lOcts.
Store, 12th St. Miami, Fla.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson'* Prepared Waxa com
plete finish and polish for all furniture
woodwork and floors.
Johnaon'a Wood Dyefor the artistic
coloring of all wood, --.ft or hard
Johnaon'a Under Laca spirit
finish, very much superior to shellac or
varnish
Johnaon'a Flrt Wood Finishfora
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbid effect
without the ex|>ense of rubhine.
Johnaon'a Palate Wood Fillerfor
tilling the grain and pores of wood,
preparing i4 for the finish.
Johnaon'a Powdered Waxfor bal
room floors.
FOR. SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
(THE LINEN STORE.;
and
i\a sol) mj^c^e
.Have Received
The Latest Spring Novelty
THE SEW "LAVE" [SETS
Guaranteed Untarnishable,
and Washable.
Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
Dresses, Millinery.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Ecru and
Gold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold
Silver and Crystal Tassels.
White, Cream, and Ecru lire
tonne Nets, Shadow Nets,
Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch
ing*.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and White, Sand and
White,Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
May 1st, 1915.
J. M. L. Thimote.
FIRST class mattrass and
harness makerSatisfac-
tion guaranteedat any call
through 'Phone 189.
Apply "Tribune Office."
FOR
SUMMER SUITS
Palm Beach Cloth
at 3s. yd.
W/M.
Phone 201.
HILTON.
For SALE
ALL of the buildings (to be
removed) situate on pro
patty in Deveaux St. near Shir-
ley St., East. The buildings
are now occupied by Mr. Jos
T. Dean. For further par'icu
lars.
Apply
L. GILBERT DUPUCH.
CHAS. C. LIGHT BOURN
AR.MSTR.ONG ST.
Ha.wkln's Hill.
EXPERIENCED Paper
Hanger. Ceiling Work,
a specialty. AI! work careful-
ly and Artistically performed.
Absolute satisfaction guaran
teed. The very best references.
-Terms moderate.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mar. aoth, 1915.
Attorn?y Onrral'a Chambem.
Port-of-8paln,
Trlnida.l. B. W. I
l-ll-'lO.
Dear Btra;
I am clad to be able to Inform ynu that
the "truM" la a complete aucoeaa It baa aupported my
rupture perfectly alnce f Brat wore It. I
bave been ruptured alnoa 1 can remember
and tried at different Intervale aeveral make*
of truaa without aucceee. I wu beginning
to think I abould hare to undergo an opera-
tion, aa the rupture waa gradually getting
worae. Now, however, 1 conalder myaelf
practically cured. To my mind one of the
great polnta about your Invention la that
one doe* not feel Ita preaoure anywbere, al-
though that preaaura never actually relaiee.
After tba flrat few daya I bava not felt tui
preaaure any mora than I do my troueer
auapendera. Tou are quite weloome to make
any uao you Ilka of thla letter.
Toura truly,
J. H. White head.
To Brooke Rupture Appliance Co.
>JsW
The above la C. E. Brooka, wle ha*
been < urln. Ilnptarr for aver SO yeare.
If Haptared. write alga today.
My Appllanca Sant on Trial
If you have triad everything alga,
coma to ma. I have my greateat auc-
caaa where othera (all. Bend attached
coupon today and I will aend you, free,
my Uluetrated book on Rupture and
Its cure, giving; you the namea of many
people who have tried my appliance
and are extremely grateful, it glvea
conatant relief where all othera fall. I
make It to your meaaure and aand It
to you on a atrlct guarantee of aatlg-
factlon or money refunded, and I have
put my price eo low that anybody,
rich or poor, can buy it. I gend It on
trial to prove what I aay la true.
rtM. ^w"l_ooiri>o? below
AND POST TODAY
fiataae tVa Peace, or ae. to TJ. B. A.
FREE IirrORMATION COUPON
C. E. Brooka, 17 M State St.,
Marihall. Michigan. U. 8. A.
Pleaae aand me by peat, la plain wrap-
Ser. your Illuatrated Book and full In-
urination about your Appllaaoe for tbe
cure of rupture.
Name .
(Pleaae write plainly)
Notice.
THIS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in I e 1 ne ol
General repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanical I v.
P. "A. HUYLER
5 Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5111. Cypress at $6.72 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by n*very
large purchase.
[Fresh stuck arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
RUMSEY'S PUMPS
CISTERN Pumps, Well
Pumps, Windmill
; Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
House Pumps, Pneumatic
;Systems, Spray Pumps, Hy-
idraulic Rams,'Mine Pumps,
j Deep Well Pumps, Electric
Pumps, Cylinder and Valves,
Triplex Power Pumps, Cen-
trifugal Pumps, Waterworks
Machinery, Rotary Rumps,
Sump Pumps, Eire Pumps,
Air Compressors, Ship Pumps
Pressure Pumps, Boiler Feed
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, rftc.
Installed under the direct
supervision of H. McPherson
and Brother.
Prices on Application.
H. J. THOMPSON,
Agent.
White Lime
I AM offering FOR SALE
my entire stock of White
Lime of about 800 bushels
at 6d. per bushel.
Orders left at Mr. Solomon
Finlayson, Deveaux St. or
Phone 258 or "The Tribune"
Office.
Josiah Ramming
June 30, 1915.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform Ins friend.
and the Public that I e has
just received a complete outfit of
facilities for the btlisflfff ol an un-
dertaker, which place's him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his rare wilh
system and despatch ; anil respect
fully solicits theii patronage Get
my Prices first and piov that these
are the very lowest for the fust clas*
work.

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