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I THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N P. L. GILBERT DUPUCH, li.iiUt and I'r [riet r. OFFICR Corner Shirley & Charlotte Si Au.vtiiu, .V. /*., liahamat 'PHONK 200. P. O. BOX 103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednes.\.'V Bad fti lay— single copy ... Jd Tuesday, and Ttautt single copy il Saturday copy i |d Weekly Monthly i Quartet ly .i %  Hall Yearly Yearly i s some ol llu 1 pol enable its possessoi to grasp The effect on th< that was involved in th can b" s< ea in some ol the men and it will not be l< n before they mala; a en ditable appearance. It is pleasing to note the punctual and regular at.ti dance at drills. It will be a pity ii we do not d< tuble the numbi t "I men if \vi PAYABLE IN ADVANCE visit of the high dignitaries ol state when in tlie grey dawn of the morning of her accession, she was rousec from her slumbers to be told thai the (town of Englanc sat upon her brow. "They rein'd her hundred eds, I In v shouted hum hei palai i I he wholi community f 1 ( 'S the Con. ,', A ii.ihl.iiui'cii succeeds, tingenl and, w lenl ,,'.,, that when the t. i Adv< rl lal %  %  • •• l'ii iii-i inset in a; thn e second insertion ; an line for subMiueni insertions. \ ittisemeiits under eight Ui Zbc Cribunc SATURDAY. August 21. 1915. eaPUBLISHED AT P.M. BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FULL STRENGTHREGIMENTAL NUMBER NAME I Alburv, William Fletcher 2 Thompson, William j Aiauha, George 4 Cole, George Maurice Jr. 5 Haiti, lrwiu Simon 6 Browne, llolbreton William 7 Mason,.Origen Hernias 8 ilinton, Eai n< I \ II rl g Lightbourn, Frederick Clemen! Cornelius io Farrington, Sydney Cutl hcrt 11 Tayloi, Jai les Roderick 12 I lall, 11< rsal Stanley 13 Atwell, Robert Livingston 14 Bain, Charles 15 Armbrister, Matthew 16 Bethel, Charles Percival 17 Kemp, Artie 18 Wood, Reginald Walteis 19 Bascome, Harold Daient 20 Flowers, Frederick 21 Roberts, Austin Vincent 22 Fountain, Arthur Henry 23 Bain, James 24 Johnson, George Hubert 25 Bethel, Charles 26 Vjrgil, Charles Edward 27 Patton, Alexander 28 Clarke, Nathaniel 21) Maura, Bruce Marshall 30 Knowles, James Henry —:o: — The above list of men form the Bahamas Contingent lor the War, n ruited to full strength. thi 3 unt of then 51 vi -. I %  SOME REMARKABLE STATUES IN THE WEST INDIES IN THEIR RELATION TO THE GREAT WAR. QUEEN VICTORIA. Where the cosy little city of Nassau, the Capital of the Bahamas, nestles on the tufted island of New Providence, that sparkles, like a queen in emerald, upon the bluest breast of ocean, there sits in the foreground of the Court v hile the heralds play'd their part A millii MI shouts t< i drown1 I 1 Queen from hi • mart— She heard thro' all, her beating heart And tum'd and wept. The maiden wept, She wept to wear a now 11." England, under her queen's regnant seems ever marked out forsui < essful a< hie^ ment. The i' ign of Elizabeth saw altar and throne hedged in by a galaxy of brilliant Statesmen, sailors and soldier--, divines and men of letters whose joint ellorts were the cause of later effect. ther her statue. And the colour of the marble out of which it is carved, serves as a reminder of the '"•"' '"'' Queen Anne was no less fortunate. I'n.t the Victorian era, the halcyon days, saw the country the matured constitutional realm into which purity of that British jus5ne waf s)owl bei t £"*. which is symbolized f orme d since Alfred the Gn I the sword borne in the |uu , ,,„,, and laun , right handol the figure, with ,„.,.., thousand years before: .point downward, and with savv the true balance set besuch an authoritative THE FRESH AIR CURE At the Firsi Eastern General Hospital. Cambridge, every advantage is taken of the open air and sun. and all the wards lack a wall, being wide open to the air. The wounded soldiers spend all their time in the open. The illustration shows a Rroup enjoying a game of bowls. air as is natural to Prin es. Wil h more reserve than i istentation, thi i reposes in the lefl hand, the sceptre, the type of sway i if hei w ho -. i only Queen "I .ill the Britains but quei n ol hi u ts. Her memorj there enshi ined, living all stal nary shall be as immortal as her name —Victoria the Good. Thecoronatit m n >be clings sc twei 11 King, lords and commons : saw law and on 1 1. nourished by the life blood of martyred patriots, bearing : fruits of all th< arts ol pi a< % %  ; saw tlu ning ol age, so to say, of the gn at Colonial dominions and the first f lint gleams in the national and imperial sky, of the federation of the British peoph 3: an impending federation, seen more clearly towith the Com ingent. These men would take the place of any of the men now enlisted who were found "not likely to become efficient" or for any unseen reason struck off In i* 1 re the Contingent leavi s Nassau. Apply at the Commandant's 1 'lii e for further particulars. THE BAHAMAS CONT1NGEN I FUND. Amount previously I nowledged | I K. II. Patterson .1. Hi rberl P f, A. T i\ I01 (1. K. K. Hn 1 A. D. Shei %  11 id Smith R. R. Dames Miss Li iis Culmer Rev. W. H.F. and Mrs. Bleby J. \. 1 In niij ISI m I 1 .: 5 5 3 0 3 a -1 a 0 5 %  < > :: o ' I n of the great Queen, who taking advantage of the ties of kinship to the English These men are deserving of H-'aFai of tradition, which rdgning hou8e was B able the highest praise and worthy servejr the Patriarch Jacob j more ( .,r i;i hV( Iv to ,„,] on of the greatest encouragement, for not only will they go forward and contribute their quota to the forces that are righting in defence of the "Empire but they are upholding the honour of their native land and in part represent its willingness and readiness to do its part in the general defence. We n gret however to note that these men are being subjected to ridicule jeers and sneers by some who we would like to have given credit for more intelligence, and we should not need to bespeak for them the approbation .iwA encouragement >f their i. 1 low-citizens as is so generously given in other parts of the Empire. The men with few i xceptions are picking up their drill quickly, anil do not con s to r< gul ition h< mrs, many of them pul in an extra half hour before or seive^ ne lau.aicn ---' m ore effectively to help on for a P> low, when sleeping the policy that Germany was tinder the stars and seeing following during forty yea... his bolster m a dream serve Whether as has been hinted, as the lowest rung of a great stairway for the feet of angels. Brought from Bethel by roving tribes of Northern warriors it found its wav to Scotland win re the Kings sat on it to be crowned till a British utonari h, after a victory over the Scotch, took it away to be put to a like use in England. And w ho would hesitate to admit thai the angi Is i il do I bad continued to ascend an I d• end upon thai stone dui ing thi pi perous reign i f the sovereign whosi memorial is here under treatment. Looking at her features as traced in the stone, it is easy tO see that mere p!i\ sical beauty, in its ao epti d sense, is not there. Though the face is that of an li-.li girl in the bloom of I'h and of youth, yet it ms w ith the light of an his being the son of the eldest child of Victoria, weighs as part of his motive is of no moment here : what is of greater concern to-day, is the spectacle of Germany, a country born latest in the comity ol nation--, seeking to burst asunder her natural barriers and to seize by force what cost the others centuries to acquire. afto pular drill with J understanding so clear a The Bahamas Contingent for the War has been recruited to full strength, vi/;-—30 tank and file. The Recruitting Comniit%  1 hi twever are prepared to < moll 01 ed 2. and was bowled by, I lavis with the score at $$• Hutched joind by Kemp was dismissed without scoring leaving the total of 3;for the single team Cumberbati h and I )avis started the batting for the Manied. Cumbei batch being dism ssed afti r scoi ing 2. 1 >avis joined by Smith was run out after making 4. Gra\ 1 s followed a n d was .hi with the SCOre at 14. >aw \ei was sent back after ving his fust ball, >mith joini d by Darn Ii was bowli d by New 1 hun h for a well played 8. U 5 foliowi d and wasretirin sci i ing a single, I las iell joined byl St) l


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THF. TRIBUNE, NASSAU. N P. 1 of an exhaustive examination by the cabinet. Opinion seem divided at present regarding the course Serbia should pursue. Developements in Greece are being followed with the deepest concern. London, 18th: — Kovno, OOS of the crucial points in the Rus sian defensive, was captuied by the Germans last night and the road to Vilna, Warwiw-Petro grad railroad is now open to Emperor William's troops. The capture of the fortress was an other triumph for the Germans 16-inch guns which have been brought again&t no fortifications which thev could not subdue. With the l 'it;ess ot KO\ n o Germaii^pjppkmore than 401 guns aiffWioirdiii^ to their ac counts an enormous amount of W#T material. being captured. I he Russian g ivernment report that the enemy now 0 cupy Kovno. The enemy has demonlished some of Novogi 1 gievsk fortifications. (Signed) UONAR LAW. Qu tenstown:—Two Ameri' cans were lost in the Arabic, Mrs Josephine L. Brugiert-, a society woman of Newport and ^anl ram isco'and Dr. Edward f. Wood, of Janesvile, Wisconsin Several American survivors are injun d. Captain F inch and mosl "I the ( (fficers wensaved. The the I torpedo boat was seen to rise just before she lire*! the torpedo which hit the Arabic on tin starboard side about 100 feet from the stern. Atlanta. Georgia, 18: — lines tigation into the lynching of I .oudon:— ( ierman subma rines sunk the following British Leo Frank is under way and resteamers: BenBrcokie, Bittern, wards have be. n offered for the arrest and conviction of those who wore concerned in the affair. F'aris, 18:-The French War Office war statement reads: "Last night passed in compaia tivc quiet along the greater part of the front. There has been reported only artillery actions in the sector to the North of Arras and between the RiverSomme and the River Oise, in the region of Roye and in the vicin ity of Lacissigny. There was fighting yesterday with bombs and hand grenades in the Aigonne. < >ur bombardment yesterday of the 'ierman positions near the Aisne destroyed two heavy batteries and caused the explosion of several depots of ammunition. On the crest of the Sonderlach two French infantry at Cks during the night resulted was torpedoea ur making slight progress. Samara, Gladiator, Restormel, Baron l.rskme. New York City, \\ hiteStar Liner Bovie. They also sunk the Spanish Steamer Peria Castillo and the Norwegian steamer Severest borg. The crews are apparently safe. It is rumoured that other vessels were torpedoed. \ >sau, 17th August, 1915. Dear Mr. Editor A vary highly and instrui tivi lecture on Tuberculosis was de livered by Dr. C. II. Knight of tins city at the St. John's Bap tist Cathedral on Sunday the 15th inst. After the reading of a selected portion of scripture the pastor of the Church introduced the speaker with a brief' outline of the subject. The Doctor in a rather unassuming and affable manner replied in very suitable terms, and gave in extensoan outline of the subject He said in part, that consutnpti >n is one that stands very prominently among other ailments that affects the human system, and showed to his audience the practical necessity of living, cleanliness and care. This cleanliness should be carried on by the parents in the homes and this care be a continued pers< inal attention. The Lei turer fur ther Stated that Tuberculosis may be communicated tootl evi 11 innocent healthy child by spitting, by carelessness in not covering one's mouth with a handkerchief when one coughs or snee/es. The prevalence of tuberculosis is due simply to our own ignorance. It can be pre vented and by proper efforts stamped out from among us It is the typical disease of our day and is caused by our unwilling Belgian city on modern lines. ness to take the necessary precaution*, with the details of living, lie urged his hearers to see that every care be taken in n aril to proper ventilation of OUR ITALIAN ALLY The newest-comers into the fray are ihe Italians. Already they have covered themselves with glory. The Italian soldier is full of courage, and knows that he is fighting for a worthy cause. The picture shows some of Italy's Alpine troops. the famous "Alpim. They are shown arriving in a newlyconquered town in Trentino. Berlin:—The Germans have captured Novogeorgievsk, tak ing 20.000 prisoners and 700 cannon. London:—The British submarine E. 13 is aground on the Danish Island Saltholra. Fifteen | houses and surroundings; also proper care in tin: water we CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAOE. The Prussian Minister of the visiting Interior, who lias been Lou vain, has stated in an interview that the German Government intends to spend 00 in reconstructing the men are missing. Washington: Thi state de partment lias asked the United States Consuls at Queenstown and Liverpool to get affidavits iron-. Americans who were aboard the Arabic when she ierlin, Via London, 18. The (A the (ierman statement iv is : "Eastern theatre 1 il aT^—Army group of General Field Marshal Von I linderburg The fortress of Kovno toge h r with all its forts and innumer able supply >'! material, including more than v 10 1 annons, fell into (ierman possession in the course of the night. The fortri was taken by storm in the face of most stubborn n sista Galveston: —Communication has be. MI reston 1. Eighl per sous in the city and twenty five on the Western end of the island were killed during the V\ 1 t Indian hurricane. W ishington:—Villa's reply to the Pan Amaucan appeal for a meeting •<( Jniv leaders of Mexican factions has been received anil will he handed to Secretary Lancing tomorrow. It is said that Villa accepts the offer of the conferees to aid in restoring peace. New York, 18.—A reduction in the plan for a foreign loan to be floated here from the 8500,000,000 first suggested, to a or August J 1 st 1915. Washington: The sinking of the White Star steamer Arabic by a German submarine increases the tension in diploma tie circles. The only question 1did the Arabic attempt to ram the submai ine '. Severance of relations with (Jeruiany is looked on in official circles as the next step in the outrages against the United Stati S. ('in! veston.—Galveston is recovering Irom its severest storm hundred or B hundred and filty .,„,] the city is again incommu million dollarsseemed probable tonight as the result of all da) conferences of international fidrink,clothes we wear, food we eat. and so that the laws — nature's—relating to health may be maintained. A vote of' thanks was voted by the pastor and seconded by Herbert I'ntchard Esq., after a brief remark of appreciation to the lecturer. Tins ended a very pl( evening Yours etc. ONE OF THE AUDIENCE. — :o:— August 19th 1915. The Schooner "Lulu" left Staniard Creek on the 18th at 9, jo a.m. and arrived here on the 19th at 1 1.30 a. m. with the following del. gatis Bimini. More than fifty of the staff of the Agence Havasof Paris, the principal news a g e n c y of France, are with the colors. Six of the staff have thus far been killed, two of them having I cited in the orders of 1 he d i) ol the army for mai ki 1 gallantry. Sergeant Michael | 1'Learv, V. \V.. IcDavS Low sfasi daily 7.:u> excei I Satui lay*. Evensong M< today, I u< • rl i) 11 I d i\ 5.80 ;ijM Wed. and Kriday 3 p.m. sr. II.' \ \ : ts XAVIBK8 till Kill UVsr Sheet Rtv. Ckryi ttom Sthn-intr, O.S.H., Vicar For MM x > and Sermon 11 a.m. Sermon and I m •"> |>m. \\ Mass 7 am. HACRBD IIKAKT (IIAI'KI. I-.,.st Shirlej Stn %  Mas & Sermon 9 am. Benediction 1pm. ST. ANDRKW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Princes Strei t R S .,'./ %  • Morning 11 a.in I i n 7 p m. ZION BAPTIST IH l.' il I rner E ail an I Shii ley Sti C hat, A, Dona, P ut r. II in im 7p in. BAPTIST ONION CHURCH Parliament Si i .'! p.m. from Bailey Town, The military and nival auMrs. Earnest Ferguson, thoritiesol Canada and Samuel Rolle, Lillian M. I gUSOO, Aillme Rolle, Kathleen Cambridge who is now sailing lor James Cistern. During our visit at Staniard Creek we were nicely accomodated by all friends. Our object in visiting this place was to help the building up of oui '/.. B. S. School and foundland have made prov for an extensive patrol system int. ean areas around the the east coast, in an effort to prevent the Germans from establishing submarine basesin %  %  %  • %  ^ areas, as it has been reported they intend to do. Ernest P. Bicknell, National Director of the American Red ANTIPON IN BRITISH WEST INDIES. C. of the Irish Guards h s been r,Sermon,lla.m.,7 p> havmg a fine time on furlough in the City of Coi k and at Ins home \ illagi, Macroon, Count) < %  ii k, m both of which placi s the population turned out en masse to do him honor. I le is doubtless the most famous non-commissioned individual in British Army. He is the man who in February captun d a German trench practically single-handed, killing ei g I 1 i •: ians and capturing two, for which he was given the Victoria Cross. Recently he was received by King (ii 01 T were disgracefully objected to by the Officers of the nication with the outside world Church; thev would not evi n nanciers here and by cable be tween New York and London August 2 ist 1915. London, 20th Governor, Bahamas. Official News:-A British submarine grounded yesterday on the Danish Island of Saltholm. Fifteen saved and fifteen missing. The passengers and crew of the Arabic mostly were saved, thirty three are missing. The French government report appreciable gain in fight ing around Artois on t8th, prisoners and five machine guns Water and lighting fully restored though abundant. are not food young peoples work, but we Cross, who has been directing the Rockefeller Foundation activities In the war zone on ar riving in Washington recently, Petrograd:--The German fleet has entered the Gulf of Riga and is engaging Russian warships. welcome us to then Church. s Still trusting that then eyes may become open in the future. Thanking you kindly for vour valuable space Mr. Editor. Yours for the cause KARM-ST FERGUSON. London: —German submarines sunk 14 steamers in a re cord 48 hours sea sinking. Another liner is reported torpedocd but the rumour lacks confirmation. Washington:Carranza i< preparing to move his government from V'era Cruz to Mexico City from where he is expected to respond to the Pan-American peace appeals by urging the recognition of his government. The S. S. Masinna sailed from New York at 5 p. m. on Friday for Nassau with 5000 barrels of cargo. The S. S. Havana steamed from New York at 2 p. 01. to day with 12 Passengers for Nassau. declared that a German inventory of food supplies in the empire shows no shortage, present or prospective. New York Times. RELIGIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY, 22ND AUGUST. ST MATTIIKWS PARISH CHURCH Church and Shirley si Jam. W. S. Loodl, Reel •> TRINITY Xll 7 15 a.m. Holy Communion. 10.18 a.m. Sunday Si bool. 11 a.m I loly I ucharitt \ %  : Shepherd." 1 p.m. Catechism, Junior, (in School) Senior im Church,) 7.110 p.in Kvens.mg, Sennoii I l.uewell lunteers, (III Kill OF ST. AONRS, V. M. is Town, Bine Hill R /.'n .In Hi v ./. Bi m M, R H ,ly Communion 7JM • a.m. Missa Cantata ion I" :i" n.m i sti i hi un I p.m. Si lei in %  ..II | .1 o. Spreading the Fame of the Great British Specific for Rapid Fat-Reduction. 111 i. len of oh treating i; i;irepi issessing, .nd IN gen• 'i I with anj I the mil to Bril ith Wi it Indies if the fan i i ml be t unkm %  icles in tin .Ml diffi-. ed. i Vntipon Un treatmenl jsuatly employed foi the reduction nl weight included starvation dictaiy mlis. Aveating and purging, t"fcther iili mineral drucging. All these things are weakening in the i Ktreme.and, when obstinately pereisted is ruinous to the constitytioo. Anni n is diametrically oppose I in such drastic n i ill "Is. To expel the sup. i (In PUS fatty matter from the wftem i 1 oil rery will, but Ihe body must be am ply nourished at the same tune. Now Antipon not only rapidly eliminates the excess. >f hit, but overcomes the unfortunate tendency to "run to fat." Ample wholesome, fond therefore ^ntipon't strength-giving ally, and there is no need I I that the nourishment taken will bring al. iul pin. nt .'I i i i '' fatty i very dose of Antipon is a sure step in the i i errof beauty of form and vigOl • i^'y. I nrei [hi is w A %  tedious i ress. Within twenty-fout houtl ol Hi. hrsl d ee th to Indh idual condition, between 6 /. .md | lb I Inscales will be tlicuin II ing r. e 'i i. I b i rease is eminently satisfactory. Whi weighl and symmetrical proportions are nod the treatment ianolouga n S.IIV. Antipon contains only the most harmlees vegetable substances in lution, the liquid being in appawance like a light red wine. It is palatable, refreabio| and slightly tart, ami nevei occasion any unpleasant rr.n In II.IO .lli Is. Antipon can lie obtained at all drug stores, Erom stock oi i i rdi r, or in case of any difficulty a large case will be • from the Antipon I ..il. %  >. ratories, St ire Street, I.on.inn, Bng., tsrt of remittance for £1. 1. 0. or £,2. 2. 0. ^Mtrfr II i l lili



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I LATEST RADIOGRAMS • %  •..' ; • NOTICE The H gular Delivery "J • %  &/>r TRIBUNEIS now giio-i-anteed. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. Nullivis .\ .hii. IMS (urnre In verba nm,'nin. Being bound tnii to i7ie Do|m&i ol no Mrvster. "THE TRIBUNE" WANTS ADVT'S. FOR RESULT ADVERTISE IN "THE TRIBUNIJ" Special Rate* to Yearly Advertisers Vol. XII. No. 5)3 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 21. 1915 Price. THREE CENTS. Here And There In The • News Of The War. I I" was an Austrian Submarine ol American design and pa tent which torpedoed and sank the Italian crusiei (iiuseppe Garibaldi a few clays ugo in tlie Adriatic, off Ragusn. The Austrian siibinarine L'5. which some time ago sank the Freuch cruiser Leon (iamlx-tta, is a sis ter boat of the craft which sank the Garibaldi. Rothvessels are practically in every detail du plicates of thesubniarine Cl of the I'nit'-.l States Navy, former lv the Octopus, which is one "f the underwater boats stationed at the Panama canal. She is ol about 300 tons dtSplao mint. The (hath rate among the wounded on the western front is nearly 14 per cent as against 22 per cent in the Crimean war. and this ill S| i'e of the insanitary conditionspn vailing 11 the latter conflict. The andon Lam et saj s the high kte tod iv is due to the condi ins of trench fighting, which |sult in a large number of inpies from shells and shrapnel, pile in many cases it is impos Die to bring prompt help to the wounded because they are lv ing in fire-swepl zones between opposing trenches. Since the beginning of the war the Iron Cross has been con ferred on 344.794 persons, so it has been officially announced bv the < ierman authorities. The length of the ribbon attached t.> the rr sses is estimated at 70 mdes. Up t" the end of March t h e cost o^Mnanufacturing crosses was I7 00. Three thousand five hundred Iron Crosses of tie Firsl Class have been bestowed. The wearers of these crosses have shown marked and repeated courage, for a soldier must have earned the Iron Cross of the Second Class before thai of the First Class can be given him. The German battleship which was sunk in the Baltic by a Brit ish submarine on July 2nd, according to British statements, was the Pommern.' A semi-official German statement declares that no German warship has been sunk in the Baltic by a submarine. Jamaicans are discussing a suggestion that the island raise, equip, and send to the Kuropean front 5,000 men. It is estimated that the cost would be 82,000,000. The Italian Government has asked the United States Government to use its influence to protect Italian subjects in the Ottoman Empire, especially in Asia Minor, where the Turkish au Ihorities are said to be prevent MIL; them from leaving. I •' 'posits in the Vi< nna sav i.igs banks increased by $37,fcuo.ooo, or a gain of 8 per cent., during the first half of 1915. Largely through the work and influence of Lloyd George, the Welsh coal miners' strike has come to an end. The terms of settlement included a substantial increase of wages and other ci cessions to the strikers The 1 liief ca ise of the miners' dis satisfaction was what they considered the excessive profits of the mine owners in the sale of Coal ai war prices —profits in which the men were not sharing. During thi! week which ended on Wednesday not a British merchant ship or fishing vessel was sunk by a German subma rme, ihisl eing the first wee!; since the German waI /<>ne decree went into effect, on Feb. 18, that the submai ines ha\ e not caused some shipping loss. Dur ing the week 1,326 vessels of more than 300 tons each arrived at <.r departed from ports of the United Kingdom, The Italian government has appointed Gabriele d'Annunzio I official chronicler of the war. A man with a large appetite can get all the nourishing food he wants for a cents in Berlin and Wittenberg, provided he does not insist upon a varied menu. The authorities have introduced a new food mixture, consisting of maize flour, dried vegetables, and dried meat, enough of which for a big meal can he bought for the modest sum mentioned. The King of Italy has been under a heavy shell fire. He was. watching the work of a young soldier who was cutting Austrian wire entanglements, also under heavy fire, and declined to retire when urged by his staff. The wire cutter finished his task in safety, returned to the Italian lines amid cheers, and was presented to the King. A significant utterance ha* been made by Dr. Hammarsk" jold, Premi r of Sweden In replying to a deputation repre. seating the Peace Congress recently held in Varberg, he said: "The Swpclish Government sincerely desire to remain neutral,but it does not necessarily follow that peace can be maintained. It is as dangerous to believe Sweden favors war as with his yacht, the Erin, now a hospital ship, declared on arrival that "miraculous is the only proper adjective to apply to the work being done by American nurses and doctors in Serbia." lb said that American methods of prevention and cure have saved Serbia from what at one time threatened to be the worst series of epidemics ever suffered by a mordern nation. Since the beginning of the war the total loss of British officers has been 12,642. Of these 3,685 have been killed and 7,662 wounded, the remainder being reported as missing. In one fortnight recently the British lost 254 oflicers killed, 489, wounded, and 33 missing, a to tal of 776 During these two weeks the Lancashire Regiment had 10 officers killed and 36 wounded. Under an order of General von Bissing, Governor General of Belgium, any 3elgian between the ages of 16 and 40 who seeks to leave the country to serve the Allies in any capacity what ever is liable to a fine of $2,500 or five years' imprisonment, or both. Workmen at the Krupp gun works want higher pay and other concessions Some of their demands have been met, but many men have left the it is to believe that she favors I eace at any price.". Eminent British scientists and inventors have been appointed members of the Invention Board, of which Admiral Lord Fisher is Chairman, and which will co-ordinate and encourage scientific work in relation to the requirements of the navy. -\ manifesto,dated at Rotterclam, purporting to be issued by the German Humanity League, denounces Kmperor William, Admiral von Tripitz and Chancellor von Bathmaiin Ilollweg and declares that "it is only by the victory of the allied armies as guardians of humanity that we ourselves shall be emanci1 ated from the accursed yoke of Prussian militarism. The German Government has issued an exhaustive report on the conditions which prevailed in Belgium in the early days of the war, the report being a re ply to the findings ol Lord Bryce's Belgian Atrocity Com plant. Some minor cases ofl mission. fhe German report, sabotage have been reported. which contains a large numbei depositions and other evidence, The British Government since : charges that the Belgian civilian March 11 has paid $3,500,000! population carried on a perfidion cotton cargoes, twenty five 011s and, in mam instances a shipmentsofcotton having been barbaric warfare against Gerpurchased, in accordance with man soldiers, in violation of the the arrangement regarding rules of international law. Any repressive measures taken by the Germans, the report deciar -, were due to the unlawful act of the Belgians in their guerrilla warfare. It is charged that women and girls mutilated wounded German soldiers. For this Hifh Ornde Solid Silver WRIST WATCH. Ihi.i ami 11p.pr.Kit GUARAN. Tr-ni 'Ifcv -, V %  Jr suitable i 1 .0. ^^ mT lor nil 8 VKAR8. ^aasjajsr' 99 <; or -5.50 11 a LOW Price for this Sup. *~ trl-r Solid Sllvar VYKI.sr WA1CH. 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I£j%hange stations have been selected and the Swedish Government has RUPTURE GUREU by STUART'S PLAPAO PADS ifeans that you i*ii :..i • ,iw..\ lit< uutul in i tlitr. as they Skrt ni.nle to cure nipture and ii"l .htiplv to rt; iing Bwd ^-.: .1 ..,< nvt loprevt 11 slipping! .. %  ( im| adjui.i ( in relalnlllg rupture that %  * .! %  'Wo ^P' -X %  } Straps. .Duckies ---VaiaNBit. %  "•-" • %  Sprinpls Sir Thomas laptop, who has returned to England after his second trip to the Near East and Russian prisoners to frontier at the same time. the Thirty thousand women, headed by Mrs. Pnnkhurst, paraded in London a few days ago, marching through cheering I undertaken to transport German throngs to the Ministry of Munitions, where they presented an appeal to Lloyd George asking that they be put to work to aid in making up the labour shortage. The Cunarder Orduna, on her last trip to Xew York, escaped a German torpedo, fired from a submarine, bv only ten feet, according to statements of the crew and passengers. She was attacked off (Jueenstown early in the morning. When the submarine commander saw that the torpedo had missed, he is de clared to have opened fire with shrapnel, but good seamanship enabled the Orduna to escape without being hit. Twenty-one Americans were on board. I* MB '.' %  „,' natmi* ..asiej % JTo JrW .^vlsyawavjajsn PACKtME %  *-JU*\.-# It has been officially announced in the British House of Com-1 mous that the Governments of Canada, Australia, and other colonies will be consulted both as to important questions dur ing the war and as to the terms of peace. British Board of Trade statis tics show that food in general is about 35 per cent, higher than a year ago in the large towns of England and jo per cent, higher in small towns and villages. 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NOTICE
The H gular Delivery
"J
&/>r tribune-
is now giio-i-anteed.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
SUBSCRIBE.
Nullivis .\ .hii. ims (urnre In verba nm,'nin.
Being bound tnii to i7ie Do|m&i ol no Mrvster.
"THE TRIBUNE"
WANTS ADVT'S.
FOR RESULT
ADVERTISE IN
"THE TRIBUNIJ"
Special Rate* to Yearly
Advertisers
Vol. XII. No. 5)3
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 21. 1915
Price. THREE CENTS.
Here And There In The
News Of The War.
II" was an Austrian Submarine
ol American design and pa
tent which torpedoed and
sank the Italian crusiei (iiuseppe
Garibaldi a few clays ugo in tlie
Adriatic, off Ragusn. The
Austrian siibinarine L'5. which
some time ago sank the Freuch
cruiser Leon (iamlx-tta, is a sis
ter boat of the craft which sank
the Garibaldi. Rothvessels are
practically in every detail du
plicates of thesubniarine Cl of
the I'nit'-.l States Navy, former
lv the Octopus, which is one "f
the underwater boats stationed
at the Panama canal. She is ol
about 300 tons dtSplao mint.
The (hath rate among the
wounded on the western front is
nearly 14 per cent as against 22
per cent in the Crimean
war. and this ill S| i'e of the
insanitary conditionspn vailing
11 the latter conflict. The
andon Lam et saj s the high
kte tod iv is due to the condi
ins of trench fighting, which
|sult in a large number of in-
pies from shells and shrapnel,
pile in many cases it is impos
Die to bring prompt help to
the wounded because they are
lv ing in fire-swepl zones be-
tween opposing trenches.
Since the beginning of the
war the Iron Cross has been con
ferred on 344.794 persons, so it
has been officially announced bv
the < ierman authorities. The
length of the ribbon attached t.>
the rr sses is estimated at 70
mdes. Up t" the end of March
t h e cost o^Mnanufacturing
crosses was I7 00. Three
thousand five hundred Iron
Crosses of tie Firsl Class have
been bestowed. The wearers of
these crosses have shown mark-
ed and repeated courage, for a
soldier must have earned the
Iron Cross of the Second Class
before thai of the First Class
can be given him.
The German battleship which
was sunk in the Baltic by a Brit
ish submarine on July 2nd, ac-
cording to British statements,
was the Pommern.' A semi-of-
ficial German statement declares
that no German warship has
been sunk in the Baltic by a sub-
marine.
Jamaicans are discussing a
suggestion that the island raise,
equip, and send to the Kuropean
front 5,000 men. It is estimat-
ed that the cost would be 82,-
000,000.
The Italian Government has
asked the United States Govern-
ment to use its influence to pro-
tect Italian subjects in the Otto-
man Empire, especially in Asia
Minor, where the Turkish au
Ihorities are said to be prevent
mil; them from leaving.
I ''posits in the Vi< nna sav
i.igs banks increased by $37,-
fcuo.ooo, or a gain of 8 per cent.,
during the first half of 1915.
Largely through the work and
influence of Lloyd George, the
Welsh coal miners' strike has
come to an end. The terms of
settlement included a substan-
tial increase of wages and other
ci cessions to the strikers The
1 liief ca ise of the miners' dis
satisfaction was what they con-
sidered the excessive profits of
the mine owners in the sale of
Coal ai war prices profits in
which the men were not sharing.
During thi! week which ended
on Wednesday not a British
merchant ship or fishing vessel
was sunk by a German subma
rme, ihisl eing the first wee!;
since the German waI /<>ne de-
cree went into effect, on Feb. 18,
that the submai ines ha\ e not
caused some shipping loss. Dur
ing the week 1,326 vessels of
more than 300 tons each arriv-
ed at <.r departed from ports of
the United Kingdom,
The Italian government has
appointed Gabriele d'Annunzio
I official chronicler of the war.
A man with a large appetite
can get all the nourishing food
he wants for a cents in Berlin
and Wittenberg, provided he
does not insist upon a varied
menu. The authorities have
introduced a new food mixture,
consisting of maize flour, dried
vegetables, and dried meat,
enough of which for a big meal
can he bought for the modest
sum mentioned.
The King of Italy has been
under a heavy shell fire. He
was. watching the work of a
young soldier who was cutting
Austrian wire entanglements,
also under heavy fire, and de-
clined to retire when urged by
his staff. The wire cutter finish-
ed his task in safety, returned to
the Italian lines amid cheers,
and was presented to the King.
A significant utterance ha*
been made by Dr. Hammarsk"
jold, Premi r of Sweden In
replying to a deputation repre.
seating the Peace Congress
recently held in Varberg, he
said:
"The Swpclish Government
sincerely desire to remain
neutral,but it does not necessari-
ly follow that peace can be
maintained. It is as dangerous
to believe Sweden favors war as
with his yacht, the Erin, now a
hospital ship, declared on arrival
that "miraculous is the only
proper adjective to apply to the
work being done by American
nurses and doctors in Serbia."
lb said that American methods
of prevention and cure have
saved Serbia from what at one
time threatened to be the worst
series of epidemics ever suffered
by a mordern nation.
Since the beginning of the
war the total loss of British of-
ficers has been 12,642. Of these
3,685 have been killed and 7,662
wounded, the remainder being
reported as missing. In one
fortnight recently the British
lost 254 oflicers killed, 489,
wounded, and 33 missing, a to
tal of 776 During these two
weeks the Lancashire Regiment
had 10 officers killed and 36
wounded.
Under an order of General von
Bissing, Governor General of
Belgium, any 3elgian between
the ages of 16 and 40 who seeks
to leave the country to serve
the Allies in any capacity what
ever is liable to a fine of $2,500
or five years' imprisonment, or
both.
Workmen at the Krupp gun
works want higher pay and
other concessions Some of
their demands have been met,
but many men have left the
it is to believe that she favors
I eace at any price.".
Eminent British scientists and
inventors have been appointed
members of the Invention Board,
of which Admiral Lord Fisher
is Chairman, and which will
co-ordinate and encourage
scientific work in relation to
the requirements of the navy.
-\ manifesto,dated at Rotter-
clam, purporting to be issued by
the German Humanity League,
denounces Kmperor William,
Admiral von Tripitz and Chan-
cellor von Bathmaiin Ilollweg
and declares that "it is only by
the victory of the allied armies
as guardians of humanity that
we ourselves shall be emanci-
1 ated from the accursed yoke of
Prussian militarism.
The German Government has
issued an exhaustive report on
the conditions which prevailed
in Belgium in the early days of
the war, the report being a re
ply to the findings ol Lord
Bryce's Belgian Atrocity Com plant. Some minor cases ofl
mission. fhe German report, sabotage have been reported.
which contains a large numbei ------
depositions and other evidence, The British Government since :
charges that the Belgian civilian March 11 has paid $3,500,000!
population carried on a perfidi- on cotton cargoes, twenty five
011s and, in mam instances a shipmentsofcotton having been
barbaric warfare against Ger- purchased, in accordance with
man soldiers, in violation of the the arrangement regarding
rules of international law. Any
repressive measures taken by
the Germans, the report deciar -,
were due to the unlawful act of
the Belgians in their guerrilla
warfare. It is charged that
women and girls mutilated
wounded German soldiers.
For this Hifh Ornde Solid Silver
WRIST WATCH.
Ihi.i ami
11p.pr.Kit
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The effect on th< that was involved in th
can b" s< ea in some ol the
men and it will not be l< n
before they mala; a en ditable
appearance.
It is pleasing to note the
punctual and regular at.ti "
dance at drills.
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not d< tuble the numbi t "I
men if \vi
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visit of the high dignitaries
ol state when in tlie grey
dawn of the morning of her
accession, she was rousec
from her slumbers to be told
thai the (town of Englanc
sat upon her brow.
"They rein'd her hundred
eds,
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SATURDAY. August 21. 1915.
ea- PUBLISHED AT P.M.
Bahamas Contingent
Full StRENGTH-
regimental
number name
i Alburv, William Fletcher
2 Thompson, William
j Aiauha, George
4 Cole, George Maurice Jr.
5 Haiti, lrwiu Simon
6 Browne, llolbreton Wil-
liam
7 Mason,.Origen Hernias
8 ilinton, Eai n< I \ II rl
g Lightbourn, Frederick Cle-
men! Cornelius
io Farrington, Sydney Cutl
hcrt
11 Tayloi, Jai les Roderick
12 I lall, 11< rsal Stanley
13 Atwell, Robert Livingston
14 Bain, Charles
15 Armbrister, Matthew
16 Bethel, Charles Percival
17 Kemp, Artie
18 Wood, Reginald Walteis
19 Bascome, Harold Daient
20 Flowers, Frederick
21 Roberts, Austin Vincent
22 Fountain, Arthur Henry
23 Bain, James
24 Johnson, George Hubert
25 Bethel, Charles
26 Vjrgil, Charles Edward
27 Patton, Alexander
28 Clarke, Nathaniel
21) Maura, Bruce Marshall
30 Knowles, James Henry
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The above list of men
form the Bahamas Contin-
gent lor the War, n ruited
to full strength.
thi 3 unt
of then 51 vi -.
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SOME REMARKABLE STATUES
IN THE WEST INDIES IN
THEIR RELATION TO
THE GREAT WAR.
Queen Victoria.
Where the cosy little city
of Nassau, the Capital of the
Bahamas, nestles on the tuft-
ed island of New Providence,
that sparkles, like a queen
in emerald, upon the bluest
breast of ocean, there sits in
the foreground of the Court
v hile the heralds play'd
their part
A millii mi shouts t< i drown-
1 I 1 Queen from hi
mart
She heard thro' all, her beat-
ing heart
And tum'd and wept. The
maiden wept,
She wept to wear a now 11."
England, under her queen's
regnant seems ever marked
out forsui < essful a< hie^ ment.
The i' ign of Elizabeth saw
altar and throne hedged in
by a galaxy of brilliant
Statesmen, sailors and sol-
dier--, divines and men of let-
ters whose joint ellorts were
the cause of later effect.
ther her statue.
And the colour of the mar-
ble out of which it is carved,
serves as a reminder of the
'""' '"'' Queen Anne was no less for-
tunate. I'n.t the Victorian
era, the halcyon days, saw
the country the matured con-
stitutional realm into which
purity of that British jus- 5ne waf s)owl bei t.
"*. which is symbolized formed since Alfred the Gn I
the sword borne in the |uu, ,,,, and laun, ,
right handol the figure, with ,.,.., thousand years before:
.point downward, and with savv the true balance set be-
such an authoritative
THE FRESH AIR CURE
At the Firsi Eastern General Hospital. Cambridge, every
advantage is taken of the open air and sun. and all the wards
lack a wall, being wide open to the air. The wounded
soldiers spend all their time in the open. The illustration
shows a Rroup enjoying a game of bowls.
air as
is natural to Prin es.
Wil h more reserve than i is-
tentation, thi i reposes in
the lefl hand, the sceptre, the
type of sway i if hei w ho -. i -
only Queen "I .ill the
Britains but quei n ol hi u ts.
Her memorj there enshi ined,
living all stal nary shall
be as immortal as her name
Victoria the Good.
Thecoronatit m n >be clings
sc
twei 11 King, lords and com-
mons : saw law and on1. 1.
nourished by the life blood
of martyred patriots, bearing
: fruits of all th< arts ol
pi a< ; saw tlu.....ning ol
age, so to say, of the gn at
Colonial dominions and the
first f lint gleams in the na-
tional and imperial sky, of
the federation of the British
peoph 3: an impending feder-
ation, seen more clearly to-
with the Com ingent.
These men would take the
place of any of the men now
enlisted who were found "not
likely to become efficient" or
for any unseen reason struck
off In i*1 re the Contingent
leavi s Nassau.
Apply at the Comman-
dant's 1 'lii e for further parti-
culars.
THE BAHAMAS
CONT1NGEN I FUND.
Amount previously I
nowledged | I
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R. R. Dames
Miss Li iis Culmer
Rev. W. H.F. and
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o as to reveal form, the folds day, as an aftermath of vie-
yjng with easy behind tory in t!; Greal Wai Ultll
tailing tassels. Cjueen V ic-
toria herself not being tall of
stature, the model stands to
lose nothing by the sitting
posture. The throne guard-
ed by lionscouchant, is meant
for that of Edw ard the Con-
fessor. In Westminster Ab
bey the original rests upon
the Greal sti me of scone, thi
Germany. \nd who is al
presenl the ruler of that
country, whose hand signed
the instrument by virtue of
which a State of war has
come to exist almost in the
world's lour quarters? A
grands* >n of the great Queen,
who taking advantage of the
ties of kinship to the English
These men are deserving of H-'aFai of tradition, which rdgning hou8e was Bable
, the highest praise and worthy servejr the Patriarch Jacob j more (.,ri;i.hV(,Iv to ,,] on
of the greatest encourage-
ment, for not only will they
go forward and contribute
their quota to the forces that
are righting in defence of the
"Empire but they are uphold-
ing the honour of their native
land and in part represent its
willingness and readiness to
do its part in the general de-
fence.
We n gret however to note
that these men are being sub-
jected to ridicule jeers and
sneers by some who we would
like to have given credit for
more intelligence, and we
should not need to bespeak
for them the approbation .iwA
encouragement >f their i. 1
low-citizens as is so gener-
ously given in other parts of
the Empire.
The men with few i xcep-
tions are picking up their
drill quickly, anil do not con
s to r< gul ition
h< mrs, many of them pul in
an extra half hour before or
seive^ ne lau.aicn ---'more effectively to help on
for a p> low, when sleeping the policy that Germany was
tinder the stars and seeing following during forty yea...
his bolster m a dream serve Whether as has been hinted,
as the lowest rung of a great
stairway for the feet of an-
gels. Brought from Bethel
by roving tribes of Northern
warriors it found its wav to
Scotland win re the Kings sat
on it to be crowned till a
British utonari h, after a vic-
tory over the Scotch, took it
away to be put to a like use
in England. And w ho would
hesitate to admit thai the
angi Is i il do I bad continued
to ascend an I d- end upon
thai stone dui ing thi pi
perous reign i f the sovereign
whosi memorial is here un-
der treatment. Looking at
her features as traced in the
stone, it is easy tO see that
mere p!i\ sical beauty, in its
ao epti d sense, is not there.
Though the face is that of an
li-.li girl in the bloom of
I'h and of youth, yet it
ms w ith the light of an
his being the son of the eld-
est child of Victoria, weighs
as part of his motive is of no
moment here : what is of
greater concern to-day, is the
spectacle of Germany, a coun-
try born latest in the comity
ol nation--, seeking to burst
asunder her natural barriers
and to seize by force what
cost the others centuries to
acquire.
afto pular drill with J understanding so clear a
The Bahamas Contingent
for the War has been recruit-
ed to full strength, vi/;-30
tank and file.
The Recruitting Comniit-
1 hi twever are prepared to
< moll out enlisting thi m and to
have theni taught drill along
'5 9
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The I Intel Victoria appi a rs
to be going through a pn cess of
thorough reiio\ al ion a n d is
taking on a smarter appearance
than it has for many years past.
CRICKET.
MARRIED VS.SINGLE.
The first innings bel
the above teams was played
at Hayne's Oval yesti rday
afternoon and was most in-
teresting ending in a lead of
1 run for the Singles.
Starting at 3.30. The Bene-
dicts winning the toss sent
the singles to the bat who
opened up their innings with
Ford and Cordrington. Ford
batting in good shape had
scored 12 and Cordrington 1
when the latter was bowled
by Davis. Boggis joining
Ford scored 5 in two hits a id
was sent back from a catch
in the long held. Newchurch
followed and wasiun out af-
ter scoring i T. I.nun now
joined Ford was bowled by
Davis for a well 'played 17
Antrobus joining Lunn was
quickly retired alter scoring
1 Lunn.being joined by Jar-
rott added 2 singles to his
SCOre when he was sent back
by a ball from Davis. Bart-
lett now joined Jarrolt but
Was dismissed by ihe first ball
from Davis, Hunt followed
and was bowled aftei scoring
1. Jarrott joined by Butcher
s> 01 ed 2. and was bowled by,
I lavis with the score at $$
Hutched join- d by Kemp was
dismissed without scoring
leaving the total of 3;for the
single team
Cumberbati h and I )avis
started the batting for the
Manied. Cumbei batch be-
ing dism ssed afti r scoi ing 2.
1 >avis joined by Smith was
run out after making 4.
Gra\ 1 s followed a n d was
.hi with the SCOre at 14.
>aw \ei was sent back after
ving his fust ball, >mith
joini d by Darn Ii was bowli d
by New 1 hun h for a well
played 8. U 5 foliowi d
and wasretirin sci i ing
a single, I las iell joined byl
St) l w hen he was I.. B. W. i
Ni w hurch, Isaacs followi
and was immediately sei
back from a 1 atch in the Ion1
field leaving the singles H
the had by one 11111.
The 2 11 d inning of t h e
above w ill be played (D. V.)
on Friday next.
It is a Crime to
treat Soldiers to
Drink.
Gospel .^.ciiny.
Mi. John C. Bertram, Evan*
gelist, will preach tomorrow
evening at 7.30, in the Gospel
Hall, on corner of Dowdes-
well and Christie Streets.
Come and bring your friends.
Attention is invited to tin-
notice of the Service at St.
Matthew's Church tomorrow .
At 7.30 A farewell sermon
will be preached to the Vo-
lunteers as many as < a.....n-
yeniently do so are sp< < ially
invited to aftend.
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The Motoi 'Frances E"
I< ft for Miami this morning
with mails and passengi is.
LATEST
War News.
August aoth 191/5.
London, 18th: A Renter de-
spatch from Nish, Serbia, sa\s
the outcome of the deliberatii mi
of the Serbian parliament which
expected to hold secret sessions
Thursday and Friday is await*
ed with anxiety in the Balkans.
On Tuesday Ihe proposals of the
entente powers were the objciit
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of an exhaustive examination
by the cabinet. Opinion seem
divided at present regarding the
course Serbia should pursue.
Developements in Greece are
being followed with the deepest
concern.
London, 18th: Kovno, OOS
of the crucial points in the Rus
sian defensive, was captuied by
the Germans last night and the
road to Vilna, Warwiw-Petro
grad railroad is now open to
Emperor William's troops. The
capture of the fortress was an
other triumph for the Germans
16-inch guns which have been
brought again&t no fortifications
which thev could not subdue.
With the l 'it;ess ot Ko\no
Germaii^pjppk- more than 401
guns aiffWioirdiii^ to their ac
counts an enormous amount of
W#T material.
being captured.
I he Russian g ivernment re-
port that the enemy now 0
cupy Kovno. The enemy has
demonlished some of Novogi 1
gievsk fortifications.
(Signed)
UONAR LAW.
Qu tenstown:Two Ameri'
cans were lost in the Arabic,
Mrs Josephine L. Brugiert-, a
society woman of Newport and
^anl ram isco'and Dr. Edward
f. Wood, of Janesvile, Wiscon-
sin Several American survi-
vors are injun d.
Captain F inch and mosl "I
the ( (fficers wen- saved. The
the I torpedo boat was seen to rise
just before she lire*! the torpedo
which hit the Arabic on tin
starboard side about 100 feet
from the stern.
Atlanta. Georgia, 18: lines
tigation into the lynching of
I .oudon: (ierman subma
rines sunk the following British
Leo Frank is under way and re- steamers: BenBrcokie, Bittern,
wards have be. n offered for the
arrest and conviction of those
who wore concerned in the af-
fair.
F'aris, 18:-- The French War
Office war statement reads:
"Last night passed in compaia
tivc quiet along the greater part
of the front. There has been
reported only artillery actions
in the sector to the North of Ar-
ras and between the RiverSom-
me and the River Oise, in the
region of Roye and in the vicin
ity of Lacissigny. There was
fighting yesterday with bombs
and hand grenades in the Ai-
gonne. < >ur bombardment yes-
terday of the 'ierman positions
near the Aisne destroyed two
heavy batteries and caused the
explosion of several depots of
ammunition.
On the crest of the Sonder-
lach two French infantry at
Cks during the night resulted was torpedoea
ur making slight progress.
Samara, Gladiator, Restormel,
Baron l.rskme. New York City,
\\ hiteStar Liner Bovie.
They also sunk the Spanish
Steamer Peria Castillo and the
Norwegian steamer Severest
borg. The crews are apparently
safe. It is rumoured that other
vessels were torpedoed.
\ >sau,
17th August, 1915.
Dear Mr. Editor
A vary highly and instrui tivi
lecture on Tuberculosis was de
livered by Dr. C. II. Knight of
tins city at the St. John's Bap
tist Cathedral on Sunday the
15th inst. After the reading of
a selected portion of scripture
the pastor of the Church intro-
duced the speaker with a brief'
outline of the subject. The
Doctor in a rather unassuming
and affable manner replied in
very suitable terms, and gave in
extensoan outline of the subject
He said in part, that consutnp-
ti >n is one that stands very pro-
minently among other ailments
that affects the human system,
and showed to his audience the
practical necessity of living,
cleanliness and care. This
cleanliness should be carried on
by the parents in the homes and
this care be a continued pers< in-
al attention. The Lei turer fur
ther Stated that Tuberculosis
may be communicated tootl
evi 11 innocent healthy child
by spitting, by carelessness in
not covering one's mouth with a
handkerchief when one coughs
or snee/es. The prevalence of
tuberculosis is due simply to our
own ignorance. It can be pre
vented and by proper efforts
stamped out from among us It
is the typical disease of our day
and is caused by our unwilling Belgian city on modern lines.
ness to take the necessary pre-
caution*, with the details of liv-
ing, lie urged his hearers to
see that every care be taken in
n aril to proper ventilation of
OUR ITALIAN ALLY
The newest-comers into the fray are ihe Italians. Already
they have covered themselves with glory. The Italian soldier
is full of courage, and knows that he is fighting for a worthy
cause. The picture shows some of Italy's Alpine troops.
the famous "Alpim. They are shown arriving in a newly-
conquered town in Trentino.
Berlin:The Germans have
captured Novogeorgievsk, tak
ing 20.000 prisoners and 700
cannon.
London:The British sub-
marine E. 13 is aground on the
Danish Island Saltholra. Fifteen | houses and surroundings; also
proper care in tin: water we
CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAOE.
The Prussian Minister of the
visiting
Interior, who lias been
Lou vain, has stated in an in-
terview that the German Gov-
ernment intends to spend
00 in reconstructing the
men are missing.
Washington: Thi state de
partment lias asked the United
States Consuls at Queenstown
and Liverpool to get affidavits
iron-. Americans who were
aboard the Arabic when she
ierlin, Via London, 18. The
(A the (ierman statement
iv is : "Eastern theatre 1 il
aT^Army group of General
Field Marshal Von I linderburg
The fortress of Kovno toge h r
with all its forts and innumer
able supply >'! material, includ-
ing more than v 10 1 annons, fell
into (ierman possession in the
course of the night. The fortri
was taken by storm in the face
of most stubborn n sista
Galveston: Communication
has be.mi reston 1. Eighl per
sous in the city and twenty five
on the Western end of the
island were killed during the
V\ 1 t Indian hurricane.
W ishington:Villa's reply
to the Pan Amaucan appeal for
a meeting <( Jniv leaders of
Mexican factions has been re-
ceived anil will he handed to
Secretary Lancing tomorrow.
It is said that Villa accepts the
offer of the conferees to aid in
restoring peace.
New York, 18.A reduction
in the plan for a foreign loan to
be floated here from the 8500,-
000,000 first suggested, to a
or
August j 1 st 1915.
Washington: The sinking
of the White Star steamer Arabic
by a German submarine in-
creases the tension in diploma
tie circles. The only question
1- did the Arabic attempt to
ram the submai ine '.
Severance of relations with
(Jeruiany is looked on in official
circles as the next step in the
outrages against the United
Stati S.
('in! veston.Galveston is re-
covering Irom its severest storm
hundred or B hundred and filty .,,] the city is again incommu
million dollarsseemed probable
tonight as the result of all da)
conferences of international fi-
drink,clothes we wear, food we
eat. and so that the laws
nature'srelating to health may
be maintained. A vote of'
thanks was voted by the pastor
and seconded by Herbert I'nt-
chard Esq., after a brief remark
of appreciation to the lecturer.
Tins ended a very pl(
evening
Yours etc.
ONE OF THE AUDIENCE.
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August 19th 1915.
The Schooner "Lulu" left
Staniard Creek on the 18th
at 9, jo a.m. and arrived here
on the 19th at 1 1.30 a. m.
with the following del. gatis
Bimini.
More than fifty of the staff of
the Agence Havasof Paris, the
principal news a g e n c y of
France, are with the colors. Six
of the staff have thus far been
killed, two of them having I
cited in the orders of 1 he d i) ol
the army for mai ki 1 gallantry.
Sergeant Michael | 1'Learv, V.
\V.. IcDavS
Low sfasi daily 7.:u> excei I Satui lay*.
Evensong M< today, I u< rl i) 11 I
d i\ 5.80 ;ijM Wed. and Kriday3 p.m.
sr. II.' \ \: ts XAVIBK8 till Kill
UVsr Sheet
Rtv. Ckryi ttom Sthn-intr, O.S.H.,
Vicar For mm
x> and Sermon 11 a.m. Sermon and
I m "> |>m. \\ Mass 7 am.
HACRBD IIKAKT (IIAI'KI.
I-.,.st Shirlej Stn .
Mas & Sermon 9 am. Benediction 1pm.
ST. ANDRKW'S PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
Princes Strei t
R S .,'./
Morning 11 a.in I i n 7 p m.
ZION BAPTIST IH l.' il
I rner E ail an I Shii ley Sti
C hat, A, Dona, P ut r.
II in im 7p in.
BAPTIST ONION CHURCH
Parliament Si
i .'! p.m.
from Bailey Town,
The military and nival au-
Mrs. Earnest Ferguson, thoritiesol Canada and
Samuel Rolle, Lillian M. I
gUSOO, Aillme Rolle, Kath-
leen Cambridge who is now
sailing lor James Cistern.
During our visit at Stani-
ard Creek we were nicely ac-
comodated by all friends. Our
object in visiting this place
was to help the building up
of oui '/.. B. S. School and
foundland have made prov
for an extensive patrol system
int. ean areas around the
the east coast, in an effort to
prevent the Germans from estab-
lishing submarine basesin ''- ^
areas, as it has been reported
they intend to do.
Ernest P. Bicknell, National
Director of the American Red
ANTIPON IN BRITISH
WEST INDIES.
C. of the Irish Guards h s been r,Sermon,lla.m.,7 p>
havmg a fine time on furlough
in the City of Coi k and at Ins
home \ illagi, Macroon, Count)
< ' ii k, m both of which placi s
the population turned out en
masse to do him honor. I le
is doubtless the most famous
non-commissioned individual in
British Army. He is the
man who in February captun d
a German trench practically
single-handed, killing ei g I
1 i : ians and capturing two, for
which he was given the Victoria
Cross. Recently he was receiv-
ed by King (ii 01
T
were disgracefully objected
to by the Officers of the
nication with the outside world Church; thev would not evi n
nanciers here and by cable be
tween New York and London
August 2 ist 1915.
London, 20th
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:-A British
submarine grounded yesterday
on the Danish Island of Sal-
tholm. Fifteen saved and fif-
teen missing.
The passengers and crew of
the Arabic mostly were saved,
thirty three are missing.
The French government re-
port appreciable gain in fight
ing around Artois on t8th,
prisoners and five machine guns
Water and lighting
fully restored though
abundant.
are not
food
young peoples work, but we Cross, who has been directing
the Rockefeller Foundation ac-
tivities In the war zone on ar
riving in Washington recently,
Petrograd:--The German
fleet has entered the Gulf of
Riga and is engaging Russian
warships.
welcome us to then Church.
s Still trusting that then eyes
may become open in the fu-
ture.
Thanking you kindly for
vour valuable space Mr. Edi-
tor.
Yours for the cause
KARM-ST FERGUSON.
London: German subma-
rines sunk 14 steamers in a re
cord 48 hours sea sinking. An-
other liner is reported torpedo-
cd but the rumour lacks confir-
mation.
Washington:- Carranza i<
preparing to move his govern-
ment from V'era Cruz to Mexico
City from where he is expected
to respond to the Pan-American
peace appeals by urging the
recognition of his government.
The S. S. Masinna sailed
from New York at 5 p. m. on
Friday for Nassau with 5000
barrels of cargo.
The S. S. Havana steamed
from New York at 2 p. 01. to
day with 12 Passengers for
Nassau.
declared that a German inven-
tory of food supplies in the em-
pire shows no shortage, present
or prospective.
New York Times.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Sunday, 22nd August.
st MATTIIKWS PARISH CHURCH
Church and Shirley si
Jam. W. S. Loodl, Reel >
Trinity Xll
7 15 a.m. Holy Communion. 10.18 a.m.
Sunday Si bool. 11 a.m I loly I ucharitt
\ : Shepherd." 1 p.m. Catechism,
Junior, (in School) Senior im Church,)
7.110 p.in Kvens.mg, Sennoii I l.uewell
lunteers,
(III Kill OF ST. AONRS, V. M.
.....is Town, Bine Hill R
/.'n .In Hi v ./. Bi m M, R
H ,ly Communion 7JM
a.m. Missa Cantata ion I" :i"
n.m i sti i hi un I p.m. Si lei in '
. ..II | .1 o.
Spreading the Fame of the
Great British Specific for
Rapid Fat-Reduction.
111 i. len of oh treating
i; i;irepi issessing,.nd in gen-
'i I with anj
I the mil
' to Bril ith Wi it Indies if the fan
i i ml be t
unkm icles
in tin
.Ml diffi-
-. ed.
i Vntipon
Un treatmenl jsuatly employed foi the
reduction nl weight included starvation
dictaiy mlis. Aveating and purging, t"-
fcther iili mineral drucging. All these
things are weakening in the i Ktreme.and,
when obstinately pereisted is ruinous to
the constitytioo. Anni n is diametri-
cally oppose I in such drastic n i ill "Is.
To expel the sup. i(In pus fatty matter
from the wftem i1- oil rery will, but Ihe
body must be am ply nourished at the same
tune. Now Antipon not only rapidly
eliminates the excess. >f hit, but overcomes
the unfortunate tendency to "run to fat."
Ample wholesome, fond therefore
^ntipon't strength-giving ally,
and there is no need I I that the
nourishment taken will bring
al. iul pin. nt .'I i i i '' fatty
i very dose of Antipon is a sure step
in the i i err- of beauty of
form and vigOl i^'y.
I nrei [hi is w A tedious
i ress. Within twenty-fout houtl ol
Hi. hrsl d ee th
to Indh idual condition,
between 6 /. .md | lb I In- scales will be
tlicuin ii ing r. e 'i i. I b i rease
is eminently satisfactory. Whi
weighl and symmetrical proportions are
nod the treatment ianolouga n
S.IIV.
Antipon contains only the most harm-
lees vegetable substances in lution, the
liquid being in appawance like a light
red wine.
It is palatable, refreabio| and slightly
tart, ami nevei occasion any unpleasant
rr.n In ii.io .lli Is.
Antipon can lie obtained at all drug
stores, Erom stock oi i i rdi r, or in case
of any difficulty a large case will be
from the Antipon I ..il. >.
ratories, St ire Street, I.on.inn, Bng., tsr-
t of remittance for
1. 1. 0. or ,2. 2. 0.
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ASACRKl) Concert will
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Chuich, Dillet St., on 'lues-
day, 24th inst.
Doors open at 7.30 p.m.,
will commence at 8.
Admission : Adults, 6d.
Children 3d.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared W com
plete finish and polish for all furniture
woodwork and noon.
Johnson's Wood Dyforth* artistic
coloring of all woo ', loft or hard
Johnson's Under Laca spirit
finish, very much superior to ihellac 01
varnisli
Johnson's Fln.t Wood Finish fora
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed i
without the expense of rubbing.
Johnson's Paslr Wood Fillerfor
filling the grain am! pores of wood
preparing i< for thr finish,
Johnson's Powdered Wax -foi bal
room loon.
FOR SALF. BY
Chas. E. Albury
"The Allies'9
o---
Try J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The Allies
\ blend <>f lour fine toba< cos
o -
They arc good to the end
BEACON
Here's An Oppor-
tunity thf you cannot
afford to lose.
It' You want t<> Econpmize.
If you want a First Class
Light.
If you want to he recog-
nized, Use the Best Light
thct money ,-an buy. '1 he
Safi st and ihe Cheapest.
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KEROSENE MANTLE
LAMPS and BURNERS
are recognized an the
.-I.ml:, id Innmles-
cont oil lamps of the
WOl III.
100,000 -ii I I -.1.1
li.'.. i- All .1. II.-in. ,I.
I'roiIueeH il power-
ful, tirllll.iiit whlto
Hunt t IOO candle-
power, i .! com*
i .n enal-oii. < oata
only .mi.- . iii for sis.
aoura.
Hrli-htpr -thnn gr.
electrlolty or lx or-
dinary Limps at ose-
alxth to "in i .-in Ii < .r
Ii com.
Muilo entirely of
brass. For uso In
homes, storex. hall*
and ohurehes. No
Odor, no in.ie; '.if",
simple and clean.
There Is only one
I Benson. Insist o n
n.ivini; It.
Home Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Sate By
Thos. E- Nabbie-
14 Christie St., Nassau, N.P.
Spi 1 .,! ';', ted. Write
or fee nip .on! know .ill .i!i n! tins won.
derful Lani|i.
me Hoeoe
(Till'. LINEN STORE.;
^ / and
JJQ WO) ODePCQe
NOTICE B* ve Received
During my absence from The Latest Spring Novelty
tha Colony I appoint J Samuel j THE HEW "LAVE" \NETS
Knowles to act as my Attor- j Guaranteed Untarnisliable,
ney.
G.T.KNOWLES
Nassau N. P.
August 15th 1915
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
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypresi Silver and Crystal Tassels.
Shingles at f 9.60 per thous I White, Cream, and Ecru Bre
-.ind of 20 bundles 'tonne Nits, Shadow Ni Is,
Discounts on H>ts of over Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
5000 shingles. d'Esprit, Pleated Net Ruch
Jp6CiaI rriCe "washable Marquisettes.
ilso oa cheaper gradesalso Black and White, Sand and
5in. Cypress at I6.72 per White, Double Width.
thousand of 20 bundles. This Poplin.
price made possible by a very Black Poplin, White Poplin,
large purchase. double width.
' '1 arri ing every WhiU Washing Silk.
week. Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
C. C sMxni.ks. May 1st, 1915.
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Rupture Cured
The Brooks Appliance
Attorney <1 n ral'n Chamber*.
Port-of-Spain.
Trinidad. B. W. X.
8-U-'10.
Dear Sir*:
1 am Klad to he able to Inform you that
the "truM" (?) 1 got from yon In St-ptornbor
Is a complete* uco*ea. It haa aupportitd my
ruidure perfectly aince I first wort- It I
have been ruptured sine.' I can r m. 1
and tried at different Intervals aeveral m
if truas without nuroesa. I is beginning
to think 1 ahould have to undTK*> an 01
tlon. aa the rupture was gradually g-ttlriir
worse. Now, hojrever, I eonaldtr mys.lf
rurtiraiiy ovt& To my mind mm of Cba
great points about your lnvtntP,n la 1; *
ont- dot s nut f. 1 lta prewur* anywhern. a-
though that pressure n*vr ctuudly riu*.
Aft.r th. firm fi-w days I have not felt I *
pr< Kauri- any more than I do my ti
USfM ridera Tnu are quito welcome to make
any use yuu like of this latter
Tours trulv.
J. U. ...' H....L
To Brooka Rupturs Appliance Co.
To be had at all Grocers
C. L. LOfthouSe=Company,s Agent
Comer George and King Sis.
-DRINK-.
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
i Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
I Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen.
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
r
A
Thr shot* la C. R. Drnnks, wfcn I- li
hrrn r'lirlnic Kupturi* for ovrr 30^yet "
f llll|ilurr My Appliance Sent on Thar
If yon have trlcl everything else.
ciinie tn me. I hav*. my Ro-atest uc-
srhsrs other* full. S.n.l nltarheil
eoapon today and 1 will non.l you. free.
. my tlliiHlratod book on Rupture and
Its euro, trlvlriK you the names of many
l.i'iple who have tried my appliance
l..1.1 nn i y'Miinly Krilteful. It Klvea
i nstsiri ii-llef where all othern fall. I
i.i ike U to your meanure and pen.I It
|. mi 00 a strict iruarnntue of vails-
notion or money refunded, and I havo
put my price so low that anybody,
rich or poor, can buy It. I send It on
trial to prove what I suy la true.
nil. on frf.e rorrov nrxow
,\NI) I'lUT TODAY
PaatSSS I'-b IVnee. or 5c. tn I'. B. A.
i :.:.i: information coupon
<: R llrAnkn. 70Vf it. Si .
Marahull, MicnVtn, U. 8. A.
FMcn.^ wml me by po.t, In plain wrp-
p. r. \o.ir llluetrsttd Booh nml full In-
fi.rm.Uon sboat your Appllanua fur ti,.
curu of rupture.
Nam.
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(P1i.fl*.- write plainly)
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES in iuf'irm hif.friendi
.ind the Public IhakKt hat
just received n coqtplete outfit <>f
facilities for I ho buisnoss of an un-
dertalter, which plncei him in a
position to tarry out I'tmenls that
may be entrusted I" hia care with
lystem and dc-|>atcli ; and respect
fully solicits theii patronage Get
my Pi ices first and prove that these
the vi'iv lowest For the first cl isi
work.
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, Pears,
Plums, etc. etc.
J. K. AMOURY.
ilar Street.
RUMSEY'S PUMPS
i
CIS I" i; R N Pumps. Well
P U in p s, W i ii (I mill
Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps,
House Pumps, Pneumatic
Systems, Spray Pumps, Hy-
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i Deep Well 1'unips. Electric
Pumps, Cylinder and Valves,
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trifugal rumps. Waterwork,
Machinery, k'otaiv Pumps,
Sump Pumps, Fire Pumps,
Air Compressors,Ship Pumps
1'irsMiic I'uiups, I'.oiler Feed
Pumps, Irrigation Pumps,
Hydrants, 11
Installed under the direct
supervision of II. Mcl'herson
tind Brother.
l'rins on Application.
II. J. THOMPSON,
.gent.
Williams' Shoes Are Better

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