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3 THE TRIBUNE. NA5SAV. N. P. L. GILBERT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sla Nassau, N. P., Bahamas PHONK 260. P. O. BOX 1K5. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday. Wednesday and Fiiday— single copy Jd Tuesday, and Thursday— single copy id Saturday—single copy ... ijd Weekly 5'l Moulhly ... is. 6ntingent of 30 Jamaica, and a is 01: foot to send Contingent of 100 nobody has any )Ot , S t. Christopher's Sunday School Caroline Dorsett Mr. and Mrs. E. V. V. Sutton, 2nd Theophilos Mangos St. Andrew's Church Christ Church Cathedral >ut getting these 100 Mr5i Ha rvey Wood ly, we are confident | M r and Mrs. H. T. 50 men could be gotj Brice Is. Concert for Bahaare what is sorely mas Contingent 1 by the nation and is right that we should ribute our quota if we id we are, an integral the nation. 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 3 0 3 0 r 0 0 '4 1 0 9 0 0 0 4 0 our men have, thei Fund by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. S. Callender Andros.Benj. Davis, Nicoll's Town 24 nd the nerve to "do I Rose McKinney, n this fearful strugMastic Point lem "a fair field J'ur," will be pro•en the most sten] hn Edden. MasImity howler"will ltr f' oint Ben Rolle, Mastic Point compelled to mour them, rr has reached us. The Call of the nation has come to us. Shall we falter? It does not look like it, and WE WILL NOT FALTER. Bahamians! Men. Would you want to know that British Women were violated and British cmldifn mutilated? The Germans have done ;se things to the women |d children of Belgium and Uice. They will do the land if they got o lh Soldier is the every Woman You will Join the new Contingent and become A BRITISH SOLDIER. BAHAMIANS! WOMEN. "are you content to besav ed from shame and dishonour Jeremiah Pritchard Mastic Point Lucy McDonald, Mastic Point David Smit h, Mastic Point Richard McNeil, Mastic Point Fred Bowleg,Mastic Point Hector Smith, Mastic Point P. C. Smith, Mas tic Point 6 Frederick J.Smith, Mastic Point 1 Ezekiel Bain, Albert E. Bain, John Kavontonis, Felix McNeil, fames McNeil, Sale of Cocoanuts Sums smaller than is. Miss M. A. Wilson, o o o 0 o o 10 Mr. and Mrs. WellsDurrant, by the husbands, sons and lc ~ rd .. X i_ .u nc n-rutro nrr\ -Mid. Collection by brothers OF OTHER WO1 1 11 1 MEN while YOUR OWN stay r '.'A 1 ".'. '".''I' !" "*, at home and shelter themsel' ves and you behind those other men ?" 21 0 •6 4 0 2 0 IO 0 4 6 0 0 5 1 6 6 4 0 0 0 10 0 3 8 0 0 'It has been for many years the custom in Switzerland for every young woman in that Collected by W. E. Fountain. 19 Mr. and Mrs. R. Wheat ley Turtle, 5 .£858 3 I| The Bahamas Boy Scouts were entertained yesterday afternoon by His Excellency and Mrs Allardyce in the Government House garden. They were played up from their Club Room by the Governor's piper, and after a run they weie given refreshments. Before they left, his Excellency spoke to them on the subject of Scouting alluding to the good work done by the Boy Scouts in the Fc'ilklands during the War, and especially emphasizing the fact that a Scout's word is his bond. SPECIAL CHILDRENS SERVICE. A special service will (D.V.) be held in Zion Baptist Church to-morrow, Sunday, afternoon at 3 o'clock. The items, mostly musical, will be rendered by the children of the Sunday School, assisted by Mr. Walter Weir and a party of instrumentalists. A really excellent programme has been prepared, and we confidently recommend all who would like to spend a pleasant Sunday afternoon, to attend. By-llie-way don't forget to bring a "wee bit siller" for the collection. o Mr. F. W.Tibbenthe courteous representative of The Debevoise Company of Brooklyn, N. Y., will be visiting Nassau, by Tuesday's steamer. — :o — The Ward Line s.s. Matanzas sailed from New York Fri day afternoon for Nassau 6900 barrels of cargo. The Motor "Frances E" arrived at Miami early this morning. THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT TO ANDROS Kemp's Bay Andros Aug. 31st 1915. Sir, Kindly allow me a little space in the columns of your journal to give a short account of the Governor's visit to this part of the island. On Thursday the 26th inst. the Yacht Ranger passed this settlement and went into Deep Creek. As boats of her kind frequently pass here very little notice was taken of her until next morning when it became known that His Excellency the Governor was on hoard. But it was soon found out that His Excellency was not on an Official Visit but on a pleasure trip (•hooting) instead along with Messrs C. E. Bethel and D. S. D. Moseley, and had no intention of visiting any settlaaienl. So the day passed quietly Wway. But on the following morning (Saturday) our attention was again attracted by the "Ranger' for she came and anchored right off here. Now it happened that our esteemed Commissioner, G. H. Clarke Esq., was making the round, of his District and reached here from the southern end of the island just a few minutes after the Ranger. He went on board immediately. When he came ashore he announced that His Excellency had made up his mind to land and to hold a meeting in the Public School Room. Accordingly about 1 •, minutes Liter His Excellency accompanied by the Commissioner and Messrs Bethel and Moseley, entered the School Room, which soon became crowded. He was introduced by the Commissioner after which he gave a very lengthy, interesting and instructive ad dress in which he laid great stress on Agriculture. He also advised us to plant as many cocoanuts as we can and pro duce cobra, which is something new to many of us for which he assured us, there is a great and lasting demand from manufacturers of soap. Before closing this meeting he announced that he would hold another meeting at Pure Gold (3.V miles from here) on Monday 30th so that he might be able to see and speak to I everybody—the notice of the present meeting being so short many of the people did not know of it. The meeting was closed by the singing of the National Anthem. The news that the Governor will hold another meeting at Pure Gold on Monday spread like wild lire and as a consequence the early dawn of Monday morning found many wending tiieir way towards the above named setas a public Holiday and will not soon be forgotten. Thanking you for space, Yours, WELL WISHER. — :o: — [Communicated.] THE COUNTRYMEN IN THE WEST INDIES, OF THE EAST INDIAN CONTINQENT. (By Subterranean Barber). The gallant behavior at the front, of the crack native troops of India, especially the Gnorkahs who, with their short billknives, have been working havoc among the Germans in the hand to hand encounter in I* landers, is arousing due admiration in England ; and many people whose confidence was none too firm since the Sepoy Revolt of 1857, aie now ready to credit as sincere, the loyalty of India. The thrill of enthu siasm, which the news of these splendid feats of arms spread throughout the East Indies, reached the West also. Here, hundreds of thousands of Indians are holding their heads up to the conviction that theirs will nowbe a stronger claim tlement and ere the sun was to the respect ol such, in the very much above the horizon the place was almost covered with eager spectators awaiting the arrival of His Excellency. As it was obvious that no building on the place could accommodate, the crowd it was decided that the meeting be held in the cocoa nut grove. A very appropriate part was chosen and enclosed by a ring and a platform was erected at one end for the Governor and his Party (including the Commissioner). Upon the platform which was covered with flowers stood a neatly arranged table, adorned by West India Islands, as need a microscope to see that no l'u tisher is a stranger in any part of the Empire. Since the year 1845 when the first batch of in dentured immigrants landed in the Island of Trinidad, certain phases of life there, have never Iceased to turn the ugly side to wards the new-comers. Charg ed with taking back to India too much money out of the col ony ; and with coming by the same by too severe a method of thrift, they wilfully ignore their accusers by neither inter meddling nor intermarrying. This exclusiveness is practised even by those who, at the end of their term of service, decid ing to throw in their lot with the colony, purchase crown hinds and settle down to farm ing. No degree of wealth and power to which some often do attain, can suffice to lure them from the hoary customs of their fathers. All except theChamar, abhor thf* flesh of swine ; to some, the cow is sacred : while others rebsh mutton. Roti or pitchers tilled with pure ocoanut water and the Union Jack waved proudly overhead. Numbers of other flags and ensigns decorated the ring. The entrance was through an archway formed with cocoanut palms over which were the words "Welcome To The (iovernor." unleavened bread prepared in At 10 o'clock the Governor, I pancake form, on broad baking accompanied by Messrs Bethel plates of metal, is served up at and Moseley, agafn landed I everv meal. Rice, talkarie a and was received by the j kind of chow-chow dved yellow, Commissioner and a large *f %  "• chutney, form the gathering at the landing place bill of fare from one generation whence thev marched to the t0 notn r fhe Madraseesare past masters in the art of pre paring curried fish. Pewter platters does the work of earth enware. Nose rings and ankplace whence they marched to the place appointed for the meeting to the s'nd of Drum & Fife music. On arriving and [ fets and toe Yings are in change >eing ready His Excellency was again introduced by the Commissioner after which a lengthy address containing 66 signatures was read by Sir. A. Smith P. S. T. Kemps Bay. His Excellency%plied to the address,then madezs^tKry long speech in which he thoroughly explained the production of cobbra and its uses. He also spoke of the War and of the Patriotism of the people of this Colony. Other speakers were the Commissioner Messrs C. E. Bethel, and D. S. I). Moseley, R. R. Dames, H. N. Dames, Jr. and J. Rahming. Being the first time this island was honoured with a visit from the chief Executive of the colony, the people did not fail to make much of the opportunity. The day was bv common consent observed less fashion ; and the Indian belle who, in point of classic beauty, is a queen, loves to see herself in costume of all the colours of the rainbew. Her head gear consists of a fall, mostly of flowereq silk, and which, as seen from behind, conceals altogether the loose velvet jacket or Jhulah. In the case of married women, the parting of the hair over the brow, is made clearer by a line traced in rouge. Chief among the items of the men's outfit, come the turban a pile of white cloth folded round the head and the copra a species of liberal loin wrap. Members of certain tribes carry a walking stick seven or eight feet long ; and when out on a promenade are careful that their wives walk some distance behind thsm : for the Indian wife is merely in eluded among the goods and chattels of her husband. Child marriage prevails; but as a rule, it is only the bride who is i h % 



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THF. TPIBt'NE. NASSAU. N. P. length of tlie arena ; they stop, i under age. When, however, neither of the contracting par ties is an adult, their parents continue to be the custodian', wheel left and enter it running till the coining of age. In tlie westward through the whole West Indies, widows are exempt length of the fire I liis don, from the sacrifice called in In three times, they re enter the dia, Suttee, bv which they are temple. The secret of success allowed to throw themselves lies in toleration on tlie part of upon tinfuneral pvre of their tlie British authorities, founded deceased husbands and thus to on a knowledge of these peo perish in the flames. In certain pie's past. As Hindostan, lies pails of India, the Suttee is forsouth of a line drawn from the bidden by law. No custom il Himalayan Mountains to the luslratt'S better than this, the Caspian Sea, its inhabitants, deep seated jealousy in the naaccording to the ethnic rule, tore of the Indian male Close belong to the Caucasian family. lv interwoven with most of the Three thousand years anterior foregoing, is the system of relito Moses, their forefathers, a gionsas varied in form as in warlike race, overflowed %  dogma. The sincerity in such ward from the icy regions of matters, of the devotee-, puts northern Europe. Reaching to shame the cant of a In si ,.i the fertile plains of India and So-called Christians ; and in thi ubjugating the mongul tribes majority o| oases, leaves the there, thej put them to till the missionaries, who toil for tfl ettleddowa to Philoconversion, little dope save in sophy and poetty, science and •he children at school. In religion. They were called Trinidad, the bulk of the Indian Brahmans and w orshipped the population, is billeted on the trinity, Bi i! Vishnu and great usines in the sugar grow Siva, whom they located in the ing districts of the South, known Himalayan mountains. To as the Naparimas: the thriving their great epic p iems the Ma town of San Fernando being habaratah and the Ramayana, thecentre. But around Port of the Illiad of Homer and the Spain, thev may, also be studied Enid of Virgil are said to beai at close ranc • among the quar no comparison, I othfor quality „om the temple. They nm' Despite this the Aust. eastward outside the whole have sent reinforcements against Italy and have, al some points of the line, asr-v. sinned' the offensive. 1 he ( ountry is so rough and the Italians, since they declared war have been so successful in capturing important posithe new government of Haiti, under President save, Darti Laredo, Texas:—A Mexican troop train was wrecked near Saltillo. Ninety were killed. London:— Despatches from tions for defense, that an adGreece express 1 igbe* vance by the Austrians canlief that rurkeyand Bulgaria not for'some time threaten tin> defenders. The operations however, are likely to take on more interesting character. The heavy guns continue their bombardment along the Western frontier in the Vosof eight million men to the Russian armies including tlif men who had passed through the first line and the reserves, and those who have been exempted as students or only S< us of men who are not <]nito up to the phistcal stan (laid. Naturally all of these men could not he Irmed and ipped, but Russia could have definitely reached an have the pick of them. agreement on problems in the N 11 East. With Russia now supplied with ammunition her allies who have been supplying her can turn their attention to London:—The Germans • have l isl a (submarines since their own armies and in con the war, according to an sequence there is no cessa editorial note in the publition in the artillery engage ges and another battle is in cation Motor Ship and Motor ments which have raged jn progress for the possession ol Hartmanweilerskopf which has changed hinds so often during the past few months. i ies i I E isi I try River : or at the foot ol the shaggy uplands thai overlook the abandoned su car works of Boissiere and Wood broke : or in the bazaar like tow nsliip of Mucui where the priests of Vish u. their faces, I aint'd with -d from, sit cross legged in the i M nlar white i I temple, chantiog In in moniitone to the li upon the wall, o| the s icre I ape lie lb\, is the arena where takes pi i the yearly festival known as passing the lire. At intervals during a whole' month before, t 1 e d< \ >. es, led ty the priests. fast and do penance. and quantity. They i xcelled in surgery : founding hospitals even for I Is : and in astron oiny. as late as I he eighteenth century, an astronomer of Be nares ci irn cted a list of stars t hat had been published by an mnt I' I' n> ll savanr. Mich was the civilization of the land of Guatama Blufda, which the According to despatches from Holland British war* ships again have attacked ("r i man positions i m the Belgian c< >a Air raid by All ies on b i vn now occupied by the Gerns, and by /.' ppelins on England are of daily occurn n e. (J iat, while the British submarine losses total seven. Wash m-ton:—Bryan and I)r. Fargo representing the tors of American newspapers published in foe languages conferred here today on plan-to >i n 7.SO p.m ; Sept. art St Matthew* Day Patri i tival 6 a.m. Holj Eucharist T.lKi p.m. Evensong A Special Children's Service Greek conquerors brought with t.. Em Through the The Russian government %  • British the wive of civilization !* %  l Ie f"^. Mnrth ,,,, fitt|ng tll the left bank of Will* Northeast of V ilna. In the direction of Pinsk the Russians are falling hack. In Galicia enemy are counter-attacking at various points. The Russians captured i IOO further prisoners eight s >ns of the Maharatta to fill a worthy place to lay aVnong the si rried ranks of the legions of Empire. —o— The Mail Steamer Havana W ILL(D.V.) be held in /.ion Baptist Church ing their successes against I tomorrow (Sunday) afterthe Austro-German f or ces noon, at }. LATEST War News. September 17th [915. .) %  high-priest, suave nnd asci I ve his flock, takes upon himsteamed from New York at self the vow lence. Letting Noon today with 46 passes h %  ,11 [in ; i og as Far out of ,_.,.,-,, his month as h'' call, a hole ifi ___________„._-___—. 1 ,. 1 %  ; ;h it with a mel rod about the thickness of a I, ,ir| pencil. This, resting at right anjth s against the lips, keeps the unruly member 1 1st 1 outside. Anot! er n 1 —nt through his ^' %  \ \ V \:;^V:,^ Von Hinderberg ;;:,;; ,. ; :.:;;::" ::; , ;„ f r ;i:.-,..,., *** Railway mor „ing of the ceremony ol is D< I progressing and with passing through the 6re OH the exception ol one or two ,1,.,, occasion, all the temple points midway between these officials take on "Goindah," by two towns where Ins cavalry piercing the flesh over the ribs has cut the railway he is still w ith loni; metal rods, three on being stubbornly opposed by each side, which they seire and R uss i an counter-attacks. He ha--, howevi 1. reached a point West ofthe Bridgehead across from the town of Dvinsk and is preparing to mai hine gu*s. Field rbe Mardrive pitilessly pull forward am backward, while dancing to the music of drum and tambourine After certain ablution*, about twenty are chosen, chained to„ ,.„.,. p a i n ,ed and bedecked attack that fortified area. with garlands, rnese will pass Along the. rest ol the line the fire. The woodpiles winch the German advances also had beenab'aze since cock-crow .,,,. pow crumbling to charcoal. Monster riik< snre used to spi it over aii area, formed by dig •ring out the turf, fnrabout fifty feel by thirty and a foot in ,l,.|,t'i A tropical sun looks down upon a tropical peopl yielding obedience to the mounted |> 'lice and to the heat from the furnace, Carriages in two rowrreep in opposite directions The e,re.nt hush that has fallen upon that vast concourse, is only bioken by the plaintive chorus of Indian ma trons bunched like flowers un There is nothing from the Italian front (SignedJ BONAR I WV. London:-—The Fabre Liner Ita Anna winch was nine in mid 01 ean has an ivi d at |he Azores. Many explosions 0 urred before she arrived. Eighteen fusi s aboard. She carried a large number of Italian reservists. Ottawa:— Stefiensen, the Arctic Explorer, is safe at the Baillic Islands E tst of the mouth of the M u K( nzie River. He will continue his explorations in a Northerly direction. who arc retiring across the River Str\ pa, in Gal ia, and also Westward, North of the Galician frontier. While these successes are welcomed in Russsa and alii ed countries as an evidence that the Russian Armies are still able ti> take the offense when supplied with ammu nition, there is no inclination to exaggi rate their import ance. I he ei ments how i ki ep the A u s t r o t iermans busy and make it imperativi to send nan. n ementsSouth ward w hicli ci >uld be used to better advantage in the N> irth where Von Hinderberg is directing operations of much iter 1 n iment. This gi pi ral who began his offensive against the Vilna I )vinsk railway a week has not yet established him si If on the line. His cavalry which did reach it has bet n driven 1> ick. Nevi ; Iheli >s he has diyveri the Russians across the Dvina River North of Dvinsk plac ing thai city in rather a dan %  .us position. He has also ed North of Vilna South of Vilna towards ('.rodFirst class mi gramme. All heartily ii Collection. JH* row mgin ricsp LOS BETWEEN Old let the General Ha receipt book bch International Con School. Finder will be suital \\ aided. H. C. Cm r 113 : %  < L. W. Duvalij s5 BUHNSID1 Tuner & Ri — OF Pian AN; Org' Prompt Attention. Satisfaction Guaranteed Patronage Respectfully Solicited u •*< LooK have slowed up. In Cialicia the Russians are still attacking and according I 1 unofficial repotts the Austro-G^TOan armies are falling back across the 1 Inetster just North of the Galician border. The Russians are also 1 n the offensive anil are making an attempl to re-capture the fortuss of Dubno which the Austrians took last week. This offensive in the South, derneath the fl.i-s that wave it is )( i „. ve( j t willhaveaneffrom giant bamboo poles. Sud fer| Qn th( rest 0 f the front as i alY. mu^.c fr im a whole or inforceinents must soon be chestra speaks m minor theTuetonic AlThe weird cashing ol cymoaiS f ,,,dth, air.drow5ingtl.Bhub >s will run the danger of Xht chain d jroup issue)being outflanked. • V. :•'> '*% #. Berlin:— The Germans have captured Vidzv, 33 miles SoutMof Dvinsk. Vienna announces that an Austrian submarine sunk a large British transport in the Southern Adriatic a few days ago. London:—A spy was executed in the Tower of London today. His name was not announced. • — Sebastopol:—Russian torpedoboats sank an entire ll e e t of sailing vessels laden with ammunition in the Black Sea, near Sinope. Washington:—Formal recognition has been accorded no the Russians an 1 ing j\ stubboi n 1 sistance and have the Germans firmly held. That is the situation also in the centre where Prim e Leo pold has In en delayed in his advano Von Mackensen had p d his forces through the Pripet Marshes and now holds Prisk, From this point Southward the Russians aie advancing and have re-occupied a number oi villages, but they are not likely to push their ad itage much further as it would make their Northern flank vulnerable, Much importance is attached to the ('eiision will be given by 1 Chun li, belancy Bit, 11 GRAND C St. Mark's hoir •>( l"< St. John's Baptist i Town, on Tuesday nex m. \ -Children Re is. Rein VD1AH UAMi Wi CLUB ic a THE WORLDS FAIR ill give a Pi House on M 20th beginning 1 a.in. Subscription ning at 8 o'clo< grand hop will 1 tin Ali icandet Hall Saillou Hill Street. Subscription : Ge of Ladies 6d. t Toil iday Si pt. 8 o'clock s. At eyep. m. a given at its. 1 d Russia to call to the colour! her t( rritorial should the age limit bu fixed at 3J this fresh call would mean the possible addition "All are welcome. Committee: \. K. BONAMY I F. MORRIS l.N. BETHEL.



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For Results Advertise in he Tribune. alike for the .-.. ... .. ..-.; Invalid and Robust y The 'Allcnburys' Diet is recommended for general use in place of ordinary milk foods, gruel, etc.. and it particularly adapted to the needs of Dj I in a lids, and the Aged. Being largely prcdigc.ted it iscasyof assimilation. A cup of the 'Allenbtirys' Diet is useful in the forenoon between meals. The 'Allcnburys' Diet may be taken with advantage on going to \ ho came were reiugees from the hideous boon hardener]ts which happened in March in the Ypres region and made so many orphans. After wards, when it was recognized that the woi k was m and that help was vital, the Belgian Minister of the Interior couti i buted v. Iial lie could, about Friends \ 11 u lance 1 Init in moi lendidly tri buted about the sa'me. le work has gone on only tlin ugh pri "Now tlir Count Van den ranched oil to I work .)( the gtown civili liile the Countess Louise d'Ui sel lias alone undertakt a the care of the children. T\vo orphan homes have beta formed, one at Wizernc, where there were, at last reports fifty-nine boys, and one at Wisqne, w I i m the month of May, ill ri seventy four little girls and seventeen babies—later a hundred. The figures are, of course, at present even larger. "Many of the pi-or little children," her Royal Highness continued in her rich voice, "... no parents at all, and manj too httli infoi • .1 We i and i d tripki : I i them by, I oping that, i the war, there maj be a cli i of finding out to whom tin y be lung—and what their names are. "Due little baby girl, about three months old, we took out of ier mother's arms; the mothei a.:; .-'.. %  •] the pretty Salon Moatpensier, with its memories of ancient banishment, to the delightful, high ceilinged library, with the nested volumes of the Royal Almanach from it> beginning, the shelves double lined with valuable old and u n I q U e i ditii ms, wit!; b %  ign | h ed by Q iei n Victoiia and • to In r "d< .'ii i' H Ii n emoi the grandfathei of the pr< I luke ol Vendome, and with two huge balls of worsted on the large centn wound her Roykl I lighm ss and symbo lie of a more reo nl banishment. I. ,en thing in the Salon Mont laljy iif \l.ii ie Louise d'< ii "la Grapde Madem. ,'* who lar tif the recent style occupied, inoil, the . -MI the fireplace, a, porlrah of her introductions in Madfather in her hand The walls r as collars. werecovereg \\ ith her picturesLouis XIII., together with I i ton d'( hleans, as babii s; Mary Quei n of France and Sent:. in mourning—and in white mourning—butterflies, birds, the very chairs ami tables, the piece of tapestry before the fire, and the samplers made by "la Grande Mademoiselle" In rself— all the roomful that was sent to C. •! Amelia after the revolu 5VAve.. ARROW Striped Madras COLLAR One of the most popure was the "little dining "where we eat whi n we tion of 1848. And, sigmfic ly, one ghl my 1 and In Id Ne \ / 1 vaincn par nal, Mais travaillez a vaint re le mal pai I The n" >m" are quiti among ourselvt 1 l hadnohead Such a pre! %  ', Dukes ( ,., little th.ng the baby ,s I ttnattl ; |: !: I with .; ? '• d. i finally I cl the ai j rovide all 1 11 ON SALE .'.i NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS ( i.ri'.TT. PEABODY & CO., Inc. MAKKUS, TltOY, N. V. U.. S. A. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Agent. ANTIPON IN BHITISH WEST INDIES. Spreading the Fame of the Great British Specific for Rapid Fat-Redu:tion. HE b in pre 1 eiall) Iiflicuit t get nd of with any inerice, that thrinn • .1 I'.iili T' 1 i\ of tin i l> nn de Loi toOK itun a 1 it\ that dining hall, nun %  ovi 1 1 L lai %  dejn int.i guard. I In n I I I .1 ; k'j 1 v..ti' n with red tapestn, with K f diet [, to. H ran e, while 1 lutside throui tinIi IUI 1' 1 i.nr-li ,, ;,, 1 11 din ...in!, %  • ""lows llllll w hell „ l ear?' "Yi : • nough, 1 isanol and 1 an in %  e 0 hard to it," the I lucln ss of Vend* '. her In: rOubled. forward %  arnestly. mnot It II you of 'Wdil'h culties with tuberculosis^ You e, ii)' hospitals will not a< cepl tul rcular ?ases, and the poor p. oplt, some soldiers and some civilians, are often driven from one hospital to another. None will r ci ive them. The qlinnti IOUS; i 1 I Hei ing and privation You wi uld bi ai %  %  turd) women ai nw tubercular "What 1 want is to have pitalsestabli and F f< r( h Governn ni s il l" ssible, in gi od healthy pli i'i England and France, . ; ti e ill may stay until the w over, and where there u ill be a chance lor them to be nil I went through the 1 ei .1 w incfows uiue cqi ufloH ers 'A aved and sevi ral laz) 1 1 azi d and the table ij pi 1. '1 "I 0 yi unjj gii Is in Brussels wi re i'u! n,' t other day ," said her Ii H in ss, "tin y w on the |> irtrait of in\ brother at their throats !" Tin if will t 01111 a turn I us hi 1 0 soon, wr%n the t xpati 1 ated will return to llnUiiin, But now, at this moDientTvtore is a Princess without a country, and \ .imatn1 1 tin r. N iv> \ 1 elimi tin 1 : f,, t ." Am| ll u I t: inti| it's Hi ally, exti in 'i al il a it devel ipnienl nf ex tisstif. 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f I LATEST RADIOGRAMS X \ NOTICE The K i r.vi l.ir Delivery "J5he TRIBUNE" ia now guaranteed. NOW IS THE TIME TO M'BSCRIBf.. >/"^ Nvilllvis nddlcttia |\jrare in veibat m&Klatrt. Beir\n bound to a wee. r to the Dogmma of no Matter. "THE TRIBUNEWANTS ADVTS. FOR RESULT ADVERTISE IN •THE TRIBUNE' Special Rates to Yearly Advertisers Vol. XII. No. >S7 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER l,S. 1915 Price. THREE CENT L'U'l'j'i 7'7 l^int) Albert's §i-vfer en the \f)ur MW The Duchess of Vcndomc Tells of the Sufferings of tier People in Bel' gium and of Their \eeds. T M! eyes of ancient KingsIla Duchesse has mostly lo do were on us in the grand sa with the executivi sirli ol the Ion at Belmont, while her St. Charles and St. Jean Hospi Royal Highness Henriette, tals, butthere, 1 ihe has taken Duchess "I Vi rdome am I'rin i >ol 11 Igium, the sister of King Albert, told me,simply and ;is w oman to woman, of the suf. fei ings ol hi r pi ople. "We are poor!" said the I >iicii( ss ol Vi ndome. "All oui iiiDii !j ,everj thing, is in Brus lels! 1 ma\ nol even send a leti to the! lol my child rge incii\ iduall) of interesting casi s. I 'ieudonne Capelle, stani e, was a Sergeant ocl Reginn nt of %  for in of the Belgian il was not really dan ;en all! "Aren't the men v< ry muc li' depn ssi d at being kept oui i I their country so long %  [ aski "Nol" said her Royal High ness. "That is v< ry curious. But they all look bright and happy. They are so confident. M> brother electrifies the solrough t from Liege to Lou vain diers, and the soldiers electrify with heroism. He had an uglj m) brother!" round in the shoulder and I heard at Belmont severa, At first he A %  nui of in i I nts from the front not far s lians that am most distres • ially tor the poor little balm -. "At my Villa St. Jean Hospital at Cannes! so very much I fifteen more bed-, for the woundd. and I have no means to get them. The French Gov crnment provides 2 shillings a day for e 11 I: of the wounded, but that is not enough. To install a bed for om month costs 1 mes from an individual. That is $13. "We ask,'' wrote the Prim 1 taking the pencil with which 1 mad. a few ; • in my hand. •"for linen, sheet towels, %  send them to Duchess of 1 'endome." "And," she resumed "the or' units. '"That was initially the idea of the Count! ss \ anden Sheen de (lelsay and the Countess Louise'dU rsel; and my husband joined with them. I he v\ounded soldiers received usually excellent care, but the civilians, ih ic %  ]; women and the babies there was no place at all for tht "So they prii lei) installed a pit* • Poperhingle, which 1half Fli mis 1 and half ; and there thi se pi 1 n fleeing civilians wei e welci imed, [ cannot tpll you how wrei, hed I • 111 1 1 ile v. c 1 e, a ad nearly always \\ ith nothing in the world but the clothes on their %  %  •' I. iter. similai hospitals were privately established at llazelbronck ami at Caester. {Continued on fourth page) t. arabiniei s, a biave fellow, wh letter to the friends of my child the arm. At first he was nu ofin idents from the front rmay they write 1 • at Calais and was la nl to which by the way, is not fa If a letter: rou fi it is bj Cannes lo the hospital St. from London, where I write, a: m %  Charles, where he had Ins lefi Philadelphia is from New York I ... u'.L EWdl iwinir It,. -...1. .... ..,.,! .....I I \\' .. .. .1.'.. ( I a sw eet 1 ism j ii (lection in ;. of my langu and a pleasant IK k of emphasis. Each syllable fell 1 Iv in!', it la 6, and 1 pin a rhythmic swing— I in. • av a rhythmic sun,'. I icr large,' I that gave the emphasis, si and true, reflecting the tortures o| I n than 1 thev he! arm amputated and lay at I Women are discouraged from for wet venturing near the firing line, I hi.Duchess of Vendomi and they arc even foi nursed him during Jth without special papers. In it was picturesquely put, "he was her wounded." When she is at Neuilly*sui Si ine she goes each morning to the hospital and perform regular nu se's dutii |o'i lot k until noon in the hospital ward. Not a moment ol her day is ocHun's narrow strip ol re maining territory Lad) \ tored 1 lost.to the em my's cannon with a hftnous General. r ey wen sto| "Nl) General," a guardian soldier apologized, salutin regret that I notice a ladv Om beautiful I %  >iie eupied in thought of herself; it with you. It is not 1 I.. .. ., I" I ,,.;. I, 1 .-.,, %  I,I I ic l,.r A..*., ... 1.... .,.. ... 1 ,, %  .1. .". „ •• without papers. Ri cently two women with a were so happ) I" I wish I could is her duty to her country and %  ie intonation with her love of her | pie, and if all its charm. "You iberjshei not doing manual laboi aide de camp were crossing l 1 tiful bourgeoisie, and lor the ill and wounded I den mound when t1 %  and the sitting on committees and < eie called peremptorilv to a Brussels,' m iihennt om'ther sheets and halt by an angry sentinel. The blan ,etS, underwear, shirts, • fc oui tiful boui je nsie, h iw the restaurants cafes were en>wded in and how glad you werewhen you passed by losee everv one enjoying himself after his day's work? >ur bourgeoisie has vanished: manv mUSl even as|; for their food and clothing !" Her Royal Highness is a splendid, I trge woman, the kind on. liki i to thinlc of as of the race of \ : and Kings. There is something very motherly and tender abmu her, perhaps because she is hers.df the mother of four children One coitdeost d milk, pn sen ed meat. anything and everything for the di stitutc. "There are weeks," said her lady in waiting, "when we have not a penny, and they write foi food. We have had to ask the Chambei of Commerce of London to send for us, and they have been most generous; sometimes we had to borrow for as long as three weeks. When food is leels 111. e i aske.l lor, it must be sent, and is cool her with was proor the people rou stiuctivelv tliat she 1 1 J 1 11 1 ,1 1 unmet lately, headed and cabbie and that she ,,.. would nol lei her hand tremble if she held a gl iss of water lo .1 "Hut," exclaimed her Roya' dying soldier's lips. 1 lighness to mik"your country She |,,-,s done more than that |j s feedingjny for her dying soldiers. With her own h mils she has them barkdeath to the g Under her personal supervision are five hospitals, two at Neuilly, just outside of Paris, where she lias a house; two at Cannes, where his Royal High ness Mgr. Duke o| Vendome has a large esl iblishment; and one at Calais: and thore is another hospital at Yangirard, Paris, called the Hospital St. Michel, founded by the Duke of Vendome and under his personal direction. At Cannes Madame %  •' H iwed his permit. •"And those women," the soldier asked, "what are Mm doing hen ""It is your (Jueeii, lad\-in waiting." The brave sentinel perly astonished. "I Ie has done his duty well," said the Queen, smiling "A private," I was informed, "told us that one day the in 1 ng was what we call in French 'warm,' and no one had any desire lo fight. Indeed, il was very •warm.' Suddenly one among the soja*iers leaped ahead anil shorn en impatiently: "Well, aren't we going to ad vam e ?" It was the King. "And another time a soldier was struggling with his gun and lUiltry America is \\\v\-jj^ feeding Belgium. lias nursed ' ha\e never failed US. IhlllK naiauuKKiiu^ mill mi gun Wlia from the door ,.f "' ,lia • ()iU million dollars not loading it properly, when it e gate of life. each month! What would hapwas wrenched from his hands, pen without that help 1 do not and Ihe King drew and fired. know, I dare not imagine. I am The King is everywhi re." grateful; my brother is Guaranteed Waterproofs 21 /& 27/id very grateful. I have never visited America, but after this terrible war I must go there and show my gratitude." She had just returned from the front, where she was with King Albert. Together he and she had beer, in an automobile within live hundred yards of the My brother does not think of himself," said the Duchess of Vendome. "But." she added, "the soldiers at the front are well enough, compared with some others. They do not lack, and thev are kept courageous because they know they are doing something fine and heroic. It r'„.v^„ i_ aonii UIIIIK inn.-ami neroic. n Germans, where, I was assured, | is for the wounded and the civiOUR GUARANTEE. If H "PtarnoniilaVprool Is not . •* %  factory In every aay, ~ DESCRIPTION PriiMlnn Collar.Croie Pnckatt, utov/niriiwm. Caiur 8Ml ln llll( k 1 %  ,611 21 or 50< '• 0llr '-* Price for thli ihnro.iKhly Rell able Walerprool. M bailable fur all i-U] I :. So. fO FOR 11 R or tB.BD you can have ; %  " „ oroot marie from thl ; bar and r.iivptlan Con.,... t I ... I,' '-.. |, COLOURS l "" 1 '' 1^*1 ami Orean. Oanta Stock Blzea (Kxtra i'..; -• 'i:<- 2 c 60c. .-xim \ M *• :w in i] Unuth to %  I i|| IN TAKING VKASURPMKNTS I .1 jnodi 1 over the coat. %  ';„' """. 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The K i r.vi l.ir Delivery
"J5he TRIBUNE"
ia now guaranteed.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
M'BSCRIBf..
>/"^
Nvilllvis nddlcttia |\jrare in veibat m&Klatrt.
Beir\n bound to a wee. r to the Dogmma of no Matter.
"THE TRIBUNE-
WANTS ADVTS.
FOR RESULT
ADVERTISE IN
THE TRIBUNE'
Special Rates to Yearly
Advertisers
Vol. XII. No. >S7
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER l,S. 1915
Price. THREE CENT
L'U'l'j'i 7'7
l^int) Albert's i-vfer en the \f)ur
MW
The Duchess of Vcndomc Tells of
the Sufferings of tier People in Bel'
gium and of Their \eeds.
T
M! eyes of ancient KingsIla Duchesse has mostly lo do
were on us in the grand sa with the executivi sirli ol the
Ion at Belmont, while her St. Charles and St. Jean Hospi
Royal Highness Henriette, tals, butthere, 1 ihe has taken
Duchess "I Vi rdome am
I'rin i >ol 11 Igium, the sister of
King Albert, told me,simply and
;is w oman to woman, of the suf.
fei ings ol hi r pi ople.
"We are poor!" said the
I >iicii( ss ol Vi ndome. "All oui
iiiDii !j ,everj thing, is in Brus
lels! 1 ma\ nol even send a
leti to the! lol my child
rge incii\ iduall) of
interesting casi s.
I 'ieudonne Capelle,
stani e, was a Sergeant
ocl Reginn nt of

for in
of the
Belgian
il was not really dan ;en
all!
"Aren't the men v< ry muc li'
depn ssi d at being kept oui i I
their country so long '" [ aski
"Nol" said her Royal High
ness. "That is v< ry curious.
But they all look bright and
happy. They are so confident.
M> brother electrifies the sol-
rough t from Liege to Lou vain diers, and the soldiers electrify
with heroism. He had an uglj m) brother!"
round in the shoulder and I heard at Belmont severa,
At first he a nui of in i I nts from the front
not far
s
lians that am most distres
ially tor the poor little
balm -.
"At my Villa St. Jean Hospi-
tal at Cannes! so very much
I fifteen more bed-, for the
wound- d. and I have no means
to get them. The French Gov
crnment provides 2 shillings a
day for e 11 I: of the wounded,
but that is not enough. To in-
stall a bed for om month costs
1 mes from an individual.
That is $13.
"We ask,'' wrote the Prim 1
taking the pencil with which 1
mad. a few ; in my hand.
"for linen, sheet towels,
" . send them to
Duchess of 1 'endome."
"And," she resumed "the or-
' units. '"That was initially
the idea of the Count! ss \ anden
Sheen de (lelsay and the Coun-
tess Louise'dU rsel; and my hus-
band joined with them. I he
v\ounded soldiers received usu-
ally excellent care, but the civi-
lians, ih ic]; wo-
men and the babies there was
no place at all for tht
"So they prii lei) installed a
pit* Poperhingle, which
1- half Fli mis 1 and half ;
and there thi se pi 1 n fleeing
civilians wei e welci imed, [
cannot tpll you how wrei, hed
I 111 1 1 ile v. c 1 e, a ad nearly
always \\ ith nothing in the
world but the clothes on their
' I. iter. similai hospitals
were privately established at
llazelbronck ami at Caester.
{Continued on fourth page)
t. arabiniei s, a biave fellow, wh
letter to the friends of my child the arm. At first he was nu ofin idents from the front
rmay they write 1 at Calais and was la nl to which by the way, is not fa
If a letter: rou fi it is bj Cannes lo the hospital St. from London, where I write, a:
m Charles, where he had Ins lefi Philadelphia is from New York
I ... u'.L EWdl iwinir It,. -...1. ...........,.,! .....I I...... \\'......... ..__ .1.'.. (
I a sw eet 1 ism j ii
(lection in ;. of my langu
. and a pleasant Ik k of em-
phasis. Each syllable fell
1 Iv in!', it la 6, and 1
pin a rhythmic swing
I in. av a rhythmic
sun,'. I icr large,' I
that gave the emphasis, si
and true, reflecting the tortures
o| I n than 1
thev he!
arm amputated and lay at I Women are discouraged from
for wet venturing near the firing line,
I hi.- Duchess of Vendomi and they arc even foi
nursed him during Jth without special papers. In
it was picturesquely put, "he
was her wounded."
When she is at Neuilly*sui
Si ine she goes each morning to
the hospital and perform regular
nu se's dutii |o'i lot k un-
til noon in the hospital ward.
Not a moment ol her day is oc-
Hun's narrow strip ol re
maining territory Lad) \
tored 1 lost.- to the em my's can-
non with a hftnous General.
r ey wen sto| -
"Nl) General," a guardian
soldier apologized, salutin
regret that I notice a ladv
Om beautiful I >iie eupied in thought of herself; it with you. It is not 1
.....I.. .. ., I" I ,,.;. I, 1 .-.,, I,I I ic l,.r a..*., ... 1.... -.......,.. ... 1 ,, .1. .".............
without papers.
Ri cently two women with a
were so happ) I" I wish I could is her duty to her country and
ie intonation with her love of her |.....pie, and if
all its charm. "You iberjshei not doing manual laboi aide de camp were crossing l 1
tiful bourgeoisie, and lor the ill and wounded I den mound when t1 '
and the sitting on committees and < eie called peremptorilv to a
Brussels,'miihenn-tom'ther sheets and halt by an angry sentinel. The
blan ,etS, underwear, shirts,
fc oui tiful boui je nsie,
h iw the restaurants
cafes were en>wded in
and how glad you were- when
you passed by losee everv one
enjoying himself after his day's
work? >ur bourgeoisie has van-
ished: manv mUSl even as|; for
their food and clothing !"
Her Royal Highness is a
splendid, I trge woman, the kind
on. liki i to thinlc of as of the
race of \ : and Kings. There
is something very motherly and
tender abmu her, perhaps be-
cause she is hers.df the mother of
four children One
coitdeost d milk, pn sen ed meat.
anything and everything for the
di stitutc.
"There are weeks," said her
lady in waiting, "when we have
not a penny, and they write foi
food. We have had to ask the
Chambei of Commerce of Lon-
don to send for us, and they have
been most generous; sometimes
we had to borrow for as long as
three weeks. When food is
leels 111- e i
. aske.l lor, it must be sent, and
is cool
her
with
was pro-
or the people
rou
stiuctivelv tliat she
1 1 j 1 11 1 ,1 1 unmet lately,
headed and cabbie and that she ,,.. '
would nol lei her hand tremble
if she held a gl iss of water lo .1 "Hut," exclaimed her Roya'
dying soldier's lips. 1 lighness to mik"your country
She |,,-,s done more than that |js feedingjny
for her dying soldiers. With
her own h mils she has
them bark-
death to the g
Under her personal supervi-
sion are five hospitals, two at
Neuilly, just outside of Paris,
where she lias a house; two at
Cannes, where his Royal High
ness Mgr. Duke o| Vendome has
a large esl iblishment; and one
at Calais: and thore is another
hospital at Yangirard, Paris,
called the Hospital St. Michel,
founded by the Duke of Ven-
dome and under his personal
direction. At Cannes Madame
'h iwed his permit.
"And those women," the sol-
dier asked, "what are Mm doing
hen
""It is your (Jueeii,
lad\-in waiting."
The brave sentinel
perly astonished.
"I Ie has done his duty well,"
said the Queen, smiling
"A private," I was informed,
"told us that one day the in 1 ng
was what we call in French
'warm,' and no one had any de-
sire lo fight. Indeed, il was very
warm.' Suddenly one among
the soja*iers leaped ahead anil
shorn en impatiently:
"Well, aren't we going to ad
vam e ?" It was the King.
"And another time a soldier
was struggling with his gun and
- lUiltry America
is \\\v\-jj^ feeding Belgium.
lias nursed ' ha\e never failed US. IhlllK naiauuKKiiu^ mill mi gun Wlia
from the door ,.f "' ,lia' ()iU' million dollars not loading it properly, when it
e gate of life. each month! What would hap- was wrenched from his hands,
pen without that help 1 do not and Ihe King drew and fired.
know, I dare not imagine. I am The King is everywhi re."
grateful; my brother is
Guaranteed Waterproofs 21 /- & 27/id
very
grateful. I have never visited
America, but after this terrible
war I must go there and show
my gratitude."
She had just returned from the
front, where she was with King
Albert. Together he and she
had beer, in an automobile
within live hundred yards of the
My brother does not think of
himself," said the Duchess of
Vendome.
"But." she added, "the sol-
diers at the front are well
enough, compared with some
others. They do not lack, and
thev are kept courageous be-
cause they know they are doing
something fine and heroic. It
r'.v^ i_ -.......... aonii uiiiik inn.-ami neroic. n
Germans, where, I was assured, | is for the wounded and the civi-
OUR GUARANTEE.
If h "PtarnoniilaV-
prool Is not . *.
factory In every aay, ~
DESCRIPTION PriiMlnn Collar.Croie Pnckatt,
utov/niriiwm. Caiur, 8Ml ln llll(.k
1
' ,611
21 or '50< ' 0llr '-* Price for thli ihnro.iKhly Rell
able Walerprool. M
bailable fur all i-U]
I :.
So. fO
FOR 11 R or tB.BD you can have '
; *" oroot marie from thl ;
bar and r.iivptlan Con.,...
t
I ... I,' '-.. |,
COLOURS l""1'' 1^*1 ami Orean.
Oanta Stock Blzea (Kxtra i'..;- 'i:<- 2 c 60c. .-xim \
M * :w in i]
Unuth to I i- ||
IN TAKING VKASURPMKNTS I .1 "
jnodi 1 over the coat. .
';' """. Wau.r|.r..f made to meuanre I 6
lur ja c.l ozt ri
Ladlei'Slock Sizes Satralarfi -i/c 2flm Mc .
Un'tli -.' .^ S3 u "'""
SEND ONLY 4 or *V*"n Yo"portir.wiW
***',',, I root nui the.i i.. aenl tier p..r
I'M..- -Tasii on Delivery Hervlce, and n i ,,
delivery. II w..... "Hade to Measure i i.m.
l-an;.- "'< i' ordered, I d.NI yl aiitkk ..( the ralno with
youror.l.-r.
8PP.CIAI. WAR GUAKANTF.K.
WE GUARANTEE the safe delivery of all our tfood-.
I ^ ... Mi..nl,i an
i rap ...- thi in abaoliitely 1'ltKl-: op en Uliil
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for second insertion : and ooepeimy pe
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Zbc Grfbune
Saturday. September is. 1915.
PUBLISHED AT 4.30 P.M.
KEEP THE
FLAG FLYING
Country to refuse to marry,
dance with, or even walk out
witli any young man who is
not prepaied to fight for his
hearth, his home and his
country.
"BAHAMIAN GIRLS
inform your male friends
that, like your swiss sisters,
you cannot associate with
them UNLESS THEY TOO
will come forward voluntarily
and
FIGHT FOR YOU"
God Save The King
We hope that the 2nd Con
tidgent will be as quickly
raised and despatched as the
first.
"We are coming dear old
Motherland
Though but one hundred
more"
:o:
If you want to know why
you should enlist for the war
read the bulletins opposite the
door of ' The Tribune" Office,
Charlotte Street.
The Bahamas Continqent Fund
Amount previously
acknowledged 742 10 7
Mr. and Mrs W. B.
Nor tli
Events these days crowd so
fast one upon the other as to
almost baffle record.
Six weeks ago the propo- Ui^'and Mrs. Wilton
sition was put forth that a g. Albury
Contingent of 25 men for the R. s. Simms
war be raised and sent to Ja-
t.he doubt was raised
men could be got,
>ntingent of 30
Jamaica, and a
is 01: foot to send
Contingent of 100
nobody has any
)Ot
,
S t. Christopher's
Sunday School
Caroline Dorsett
Mr. and Mrs. E. V.
V. Sutton, 2nd
Theophilos Mangos
St. Andrew's Church
Christ Church Ca-
thedral
>ut getting these 100 Mr5i Harvey Wood
ly, we are confident |Mr and- Mrs. H. T.
50 men could be gotj Brice
Is. Concert for Baha-
are what is sorely mas Contingent
1 by the nation and is
right that we should
ribute our quota if we
id we are, an integral
the nation.
2 2 0
0 2 0
0 0 10
0 0 3
0 3 0
r 0 0
'4 1 0
9 0 0
0 4 0
our men have, thei
Fund by Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. S.
Callender
Andros.- -
Benj. Davis, Ni-
coll's Town
24
nd the nerve to "do I Rose McKinney,
n this fearful strug- Mastic Point
lem "a fair field
J'ur," will be pro-
en the most sten- ]hn Edden. Mas-
Imity howler"will ltr f'oint
Ben Rolle, Mastic
Point
compelled to
mour them,
rr has reached us.
The Call of the nation has
come to us. Shall we falter?
It does not look like it, and
WE WILL NOT FALTER.
Bahamians! Men. Would
you want to know that Brit-
ish Women were violated and
British cmldifn mutilated?
The Germans have done
;se things to the women
|d children of Belgium and
Uice. They will do the
land if they got
o
lh Soldier is the
every Woman
You will Join the new Con-
tingent and become A BRIT-
ISH SOLDIER.
BAHAMIANS! WOMEN.
"are you content to besav
ed from shame and dishonour
Jeremiah Pritchard
Mastic Point
Lucy McDonald,
Mastic Point
David Smit h,
Mastic Point
Richard McNeil,
Mastic Point
Fred Bowleg,Mas-
tic Point
Hector Smith,
Mastic Point
P. C. Smith, Mas
tic Point 6
Frederick J.Smith,
Mastic Point 1
Ezekiel Bain,
Albert E. Bain,
John Kavontonis,
Felix McNeil,
fames McNeil,
Sale of Cocoanuts
Sums smaller than is.
Miss M. A. Wilson,
o
o
o
0
o
o
10
Mr. and Mrs.
WellsDurrant,
by the husbands, sons and lc! ~rd. .. X
i_ .u nc n-rutro nrr\ -Mid. Collection by
brothers OF OTHER WO- 1 1 11 1
MEN while YOUR OWN stay r '.'A1".'. '".''I'"*,
at home and shelter themsel- '
ves and you behind those
other men ?"
21
0 6
4 0
2 0
IO 0
4 6 0 0
5 1 6 6
4 0
0 0
10 0
3 8 0 0
'It has been for many years
the custom in Switzerland for
every young woman in that
Collected by W. E.
Fountain. 19
Mr. and Mrs. R.
Wheat ley Turtle, 5
.858 3 I|
The Bahamas Boy Scouts
were entertained yesterday
afternoon by His Excellency
and Mrs Allardyce in the
Government House garden.
They were played up from
their Club Room by the Gov-
ernor's piper, and after a
run they weie given refresh-
ments. Before they left, his
Excellency spoke to them on
the subject of Scouting al-
luding to the good work
done by the Boy Scouts in
the Fc'ilklands during the
War, and especially emphas-
izing the fact that a Scout's
word is his bond.
SPECIAL CHILDRENS SERVICE.
A special service will (D.V.)
be held in Zion Baptist
Church to-morrow, Sunday,
afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
items, mostly musical, will
be rendered by the children
of the Sunday School, assisted
by Mr. Walter Weir and a
party of instrumentalists. A
really excellent programme
has been prepared, and we
confidently recommend all
who would like to spend a
pleasant Sunday afternoon,
to attend. By-llie-way don't
forget to bring a "wee bit
siller" for the collection.
------o------
Mr. F. W.Tibbenthe cour-
teous representative of The
Debevoise Company of
Brooklyn, N. Y., will be
visiting Nassau, by Tuesday's
steamer.
:o-
The Ward Line s.s. Matanzas
sailed from New York Fri
day afternoon for Nassau
6900 barrels of cargo.
The Motor "Frances E"
arrived at Miami early this
morning.
The Governor's Visit to
Andros
Kemp's Bay Andros
Aug. 31st 1915.
Sir,
Kindly allow me a little space
in the columns of your journal
to give a short account of the
Governor's visit to this part of
the island.
On Thursday the 26th inst.
the Yacht Ranger passed this
settlement and went into Deep
Creek. As boats of her kind
frequently pass here very little
notice was taken of her until
next morning when it became
known that His Excellency the
Governor was on hoard. But it
was soon found out that His Ex-
cellency was not on an Official
Visit but on a pleasure trip
(hooting) instead along with
Messrs C. E. Bethel and D. S.
D. Moseley, and had no inten-
tion of visiting any settlaaienl.
So the day passed quietly Wway.
But on the following morning
(Saturday) our attention was
again attracted by the "Ranger'
for she came and anchored right
off here.
Now it happened that our
esteemed Commissioner, G. H.
Clarke Esq., was making the
round, of his District and reach-
ed here from the southern end of
the island just a few minutes
after the Ranger. He went on
board immediately. When he
came ashore he announced that
His Excellency had made up
his mind to land and to hold a
meeting in the Public School
Room. Accordingly about 1 ,
minutes Liter His Excellency
accompanied by the Commis-
sioner and Messrs Bethel and
Moseley, entered the School
Room, which soon became
crowded. He was introduced
by the Commissioner after
which he gave a very lengthy,
interesting and instructive ad
dress in which he laid great
stress on Agriculture. He also
advised us to plant as many
cocoanuts as we can and pro
duce cobra, which is something
new to many of us for which he
assured us, there is a great and
lasting demand from manufac-
turers of soap.
Before closing this meeting
he announced that he would
hold another meeting at Pure
Gold (3.V miles from here) on
Monday 30th so that he might
be able to see and speak to
I everybodythe notice of the
present meeting being so
short many of the people did
not know of it. The meeting
was closed by the singing of
the National Anthem.
The news that the Gover-
nor will hold another meeting
at Pure Gold on Monday
spread like wild lire and as
a consequence the early dawn
of Monday morning found
many wending tiieir way to-
wards the above named set-
as a public Holiday and will
not soon be forgotten.
Thanking you for space,
Yours,
WELL WISHER.
:o:
[Communicated.]
The Countrymen in the West
Indies, of the East Indian
Continqent.
(By Subterranean Barber).
The gallant behavior at the
front, of the crack native troops
of India, especially the Gnor-
kahs who, with their short bill-
knives, have been working ha-
voc among the Germans in the
hand to hand encounter in
I* landers, is arousing due admi-
ration in England ; and many
people whose confidence was
none too firm since the Sepoy
Revolt of 1857, aie now ready
to credit as sincere, the loyalty
of India. The thrill of enthu
siasm, which the news of these
splendid feats of arms spread
throughout the East Indies,
reached the West also. Here,
hundreds of thousands of In-
dians are holding their heads
up to the conviction that theirs
will now- be a stronger claim
tlement and ere the sun was to the respect ol such, in the
very much above the horizon
the place was almost covered
with eager spectators await-
ing the arrival of His Excel-
lency. As it was obvious that
no building on the place
could accommodate, the
crowd it was decided that the
meeting be held in the cocoa -
nut grove. A very appropri-
ate part was chosen and en-
closed by a ring and a plat-
form was erected at one end
for the Governor and his
Party (including the Com-
missioner). Upon the plat-
form which was covered with
flowers stood a neatly ar-
ranged table, adorned by
West India Islands, as need a
microscope to see that no l'u
tisher is a stranger in any part
of the Empire. Since the year
1845 when the first batch of in
dentured immigrants landed in
the Island of Trinidad, certain
phases of life there, have never
Iceased to turn the ugly side to
wards the new-comers. Charg
ed with taking back to India
too much money out of the col
ony ; and with coming by the
same by too severe a method
of thrift, they wilfully ignore
their accusers by neither inter
meddling nor intermarrying.
This exclusiveness is practised
even by those who, at the end
of their term of service, decid
ing to throw in their lot with
the colony, purchase crown
hinds and settle down to farm
ing. No degree of wealth and
power to which some often do
attain, can suffice to lure them
from the hoary customs of their
fathers. All except theChamar,
abhor thf* flesh of swine ; to
some, the cow is sacred : while
others rebsh mutton. Roti or
pitchers tilled with pure o-
coanut water and the Union
Jack waved proudly overhead.
Numbers of other flags and
ensigns decorated the ring.
The entrance was through an
archway formed with cocoa-
nut palms over which were
the words "Welcome To The
(iovernor."
unleavened bread prepared in
At 10 o'clock the Governor, I pancake form, on broad baking
accompanied by Messrs Bethel plates of metal, is served up at
and Moseley, agafn landed I everv meal. Rice, talkarie a
and was received by the j kind of chow-chow dved yellow,
Commissioner and a large *f " chutney, form the
gathering at the landing place bill of fare from one generation
whence thev marched to the t0 *notnr- fhe Madraseesare
past masters in the art of pre
paring curried fish. Pewter
platters does the work of earth
enware. Nose rings and ank-
place whence they marched to
the place appointed for the
meeting to the s'nd of Drum &
Fife music. On arriving and [ fets and toe Yings are in change
>eing ready His Excellency
was again introduced by the
Commissioner after which a
lengthy address containing 66
signatures was read by Sir.
A. Smith P. S. T. Kemps Bay.
His Excellency%plied to the
address,then madezs^tKry long
speech in which he thorough-
ly explained the production
of cobbra and its uses. He
also spoke of the War and of
the Patriotism of the people
of this Colony. Other speak-
ers were the Commissioner
Messrs C. E. Bethel, and D.
S. I). Moseley, R. R. Dames,
H. N. Dames, Jr. and J.
Rahming.
Being the first time this is-
land was honoured with a
visit from the chief Executive
of the colony, the people did
not fail to make much of the
opportunity. The day was
bv common consent observed
less fashion ; and the Indian
belle who, in point of classic
beauty, is a queen, loves to see
herself in costume of all the
colours of the rainbew. Her
head gear consists of a fall,
mostly of flowereq silk, and
which, as seen from behind,
conceals altogether the loose
velvet jacket or Jhulah. In the
case of married women, the
parting of the hair over the
brow, is made clearer by a line
traced in rouge. Chief among
the items of the men's outfit,
come the turban a pile of white
cloth folded round the head and
the copra a species of liberal
loin wrap. Members of certain
tribes carry a walking stick
seven or eight feet long ; and
when out on a promenade are
careful that their wives walk
some distance behind thsm : for
the Indian wife is merely in
eluded among the goods and
chattels of her husband. Child
marriage prevails; but as a
rule, it is only the bride who is
i
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THF. TPIBt'NE. NASSAU. N. P.
length of tlie arena ; they stop,
i
under age. When, however,
neither of the contracting par
ties is an adult, their parents
continue to be the custodian', wheel left and enter it running
till the coining of age. In tlie westward through the whole
West Indies, widows are exempt length of the fire I liis don,
from the sacrifice called in In three times, they re enter the
dia, Suttee, bv which they are temple. The secret of success
allowed to throw themselves lies in toleration on tlie part of
upon tin- funeral pvre of their tlie British authorities, founded
deceased husbands and thus to on a knowledge of these peo
perish in the flames. In certain pie's past. As Hindostan, lies
pails of India, the Suttee is for- south of a line drawn from the
bidden by law. No custom il Himalayan Mountains to the
luslratt'S better than this, the Caspian Sea, its inhabitants,
deep seated jealousy in the na- according to the ethnic rule,
tore of the Indian male Close belong to the Caucasian family.
lv interwoven with most of the Three thousand years anterior
foregoing, is the system of reli- to Moses, their forefathers, a
gionsas varied in form as in warlike race, overflowed
dogma. The sincerity in such ward from the icy regions of
matters, of the devotee-, puts northern Europe. Reaching
to shame the cant of a In si ,.i the fertile plains of India and
So-called Christians ; and in thi ubjugating the mongul tribes
majority o| oases, leaves the there, thej put them to till the
missionaries, who toil for tfl ettleddowa to Philo-
conversion, little dope save in sophy and poetty, science and
he children at school. In religion. They were called
Trinidad, the bulk of the Indian Brahmans and w orshipped the
population, is billeted on the trinity, Bi i!....... Vishnu and
great usines in the sugar grow Siva, whom they located in the
ing districts of the South, known Himalayan mountains. To
as the Naparimas: the thriving their great epic p iems the Ma
town of San Fernando being habaratah and the Ramayana,
thecentre. But around Port of the Illiad of Homer and the
Spain, thev may, also be studied Enid of Virgil are said to beai
at close ranc among the quar no comparison, I othfor quality
om the temple. They nm' Despite this the Aust.
eastward outside the whole have sent reinforcements
against Italy and have, al
some points of the line, as-
r-v.
sinned' the offensive. 1 he
( ountry is so rough and the
Italians, since they declared
war have been so successful
in capturing important posi-
the new government of Haiti,
under President
save,
Darti
Laredo, Texas:A Mexican
troop train was wrecked near
Saltillo. Ninety were killed.
London: Despatches from
tions for defense, that an ad- Greece express 1 igbe*
vance by the Austrians can- lief that rurkeyand Bulgaria
not for'some time threaten
tin> defenders. The operations
however, are likely to take on
more interesting character.
The heavy guns continue
their bombardment along the
Western frontier in the Vos-
of eight million men to the
Russian armies including tlif
men who had passed through
the first line and the reserves,
and those who have been ex-
empted as students or only
S< us of men who are not
<]nito up to the phistcal stan
(laid. Naturally all of these
men could not he Irmed and
ipped, but Russia could
have definitely reached an have the pick of them.
agreement on problems in the
N 11 East.
With Russia now supplied
with ammunition her allies
who have been supplying her
can turn their attention to
London:The Germans
have l isl a (submarines since their own armies and in con
the war, according to an sequence there is no cessa
editorial note in the publi- tion in the artillery engage
ges and another battle is in cation Motor Ship and Motor ments which have raged jn
progress for the possession ol
Hartmanweilerskopf which
has changed hinds so often
during the past few months.
i ies i I E isi I try River: or at
the foot ol the shaggy uplands
thai overlook the abandoned
su car works of Boissiere and
Wood broke : or in the bazaar
like tow nsliip of Mucui
where the priests of Vish u.
their faces, I aint'd with -d
from, sit cross legged in the
i M nlar white i I temple,
chantiog In in moniitone
to the li upon the wall,
o| the s icre I ape lie lb\, is
the arena where takes pi i
the yearly festival known as
passing the lire. At intervals
during a whole' month before,
t1 e d< \ >. es, led ty the priests.
fast and do penance.
and quantity. They i xcelled
in surgery : founding hospitals
even for I Is : and in astron
oiny. as late as I he eighteenth
century, an astronomer of Be
nares ci irn cted a list of stars
t hat had been published by an
mnt I' I' n> ll savanr. Mich
was the civilization of the land
of Guatama Blufda, which the
According to despatches
from Holland British war*
ships again have attacked
("r i man positions i m the Bel-
gian c< >a
Air raid by All ies on b i vn
now occupied by the Ger-
ns, and by /.' ppelins on
England are of daily occur-
n n e.
(J iat, while the British sub-
marine losses total seven.
Wash m-ton:Bryan and
I)r. Fargo representing the
tors of American news-
papers published in foe
languages conferred here
today on plan-- to >i n Bryan t1 Europe on a pi
mission.
September i8th 1915.
London,17th.
(JovernoT,
Bahamas.
Official News:The FrenchP
government report furtheraitil
lerv duels.
Septembi r 18th 1915.
London 16th:Stern battles
are being fought from Riga
to t he Roumanian border and
while the Germans continue
to advance slowly in the
North and center the Rus
sians in the South are repeat
the West for several wt eks
l"-'1-_______________
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Sunday, 19th September
st UATTHRW8 PARI8H OHUHCH
Church Mid v! 1 ley SI
AY-. W. S. !' y
TRINITY N\ 1
, 1., i.m. Holy Communion. 10.15 .i.m.
ii'.' 'atron
truth there-
i techism, (in school
t (..> 7.SO p.m
; Sept. art St Matthew* Day
Patri i tival 6 a.m. Holj Eucharist
T.lKi p.m. Evensong
A
Special Children's
Service
Greek conquerors brought with
t.. Em....... Through the The Russian government*
British the wive of civilization !* l Ie f"^. Mnrth
. ,,,, fitt|ng tll, the left bank of Will* North-
east of V ilna.
In the direction of Pinsk the
Russians are falling hack.
In Galicia enemy are
counter-attacking at various
points.
The Russians captured
i ioo further prisoners eight
s >ns of the Maharatta to fill a
worthy place to lay aVnong the
si rried ranks of the legions of
Empire.
o
The Mail Steamer Havana
WILL(D.V.) be held in
/.ion Baptist Church
ing their successes against I tomorrow (Sunday) after-
the Austro-German f or ces noon, at }.
LATEST
War News.
September 17th [915.
.)
high-priest, suave nnd asci I
ve his flock, takes upon him- steamed from New York at
self the vow lence. Letting Noon today with 46 passes
h ,11 [in ;i og as Far out of ,_.,.,-,,
his month as h'' call, a hole ifi ___________._-___.
1 ,. 1 ; ;h it with a mel
rod about the thickness of a
I, ,ir| pencil. This, resting at
right anjth s against the lips,
keeps the unruly member 1 1st
1 outside. Anot! er n
1 nt through his
^'\'\V'\:;^V:,^ Von Hinderberg
;;:,;; ,. ; :.:;;::",::;,,;fr;i:.-,..,., *** Railway
moring of the ceremony ol is d< I progressing and with
passing through the 6re Oh the exception ol one or two
,1,.,, occasion, all the temple points midway between these
officials take on "Goindah," by two towns where Ins cavalry
piercing the flesh over the ribs has cut the railway he is still
with loni; metal rods, three on being stubbornly opposed by
each side, which they seire and Russian counter-attacks.
He ha--, howevi 1. reached a
point West ofthe Bridgehead
across from the town of
Dvinsk and is preparing to
mai hine gu*s.
Field
rbe
Mar-
drive

pitilessly pull forward am
backward, while dancing to the
music of drum and tambourine
After certain ablution*, about
twenty are chosen, chained to-
,..,. pain,ed and bedecked attack that fortified area.
with garlands, rnese will pass Along the. rest ol the line
the fire. The woodpiles winch the German advances also
had beenab'aze since cock-crow
.,,,. pow crumbling to charcoal.
Monster riik< snre used to spi
it over aii area, formed by dig
ring out the turf, fnrabout fifty
feel by thirty and a foot in
,l,.|,t'i A tropical sun looks
down upon a tropical peopl
yielding obedience to the
mounted |> 'lice and to the heat
from the furnace, Carriages
in two row- rreep in opposite
directions The e,re.nt hush
that has fallen upon that vast
concourse, is only bioken by the
plaintive chorus of Indian ma
trons bunched like flowers un
There is nothing
from the Italian front
(SignedJ
BONAR I WV.
London:-The Fabre Liner
Ita Anna winch was nine
in mid 01 ean has an ivi d at
|he Azores. Many explosions
0 urred before she arrived.
Eighteen fusi s aboard. She
carried a large number of
Italian reservists.
Ottawa: Stefiensen, the
Arctic Explorer, is safe at
the Baillic Islands E tst of
the mouth of the M u K( nzie
River. He will continue his
explorations in a Northerly
direction.
who arc retiring across the
River Str\ pa, in Gal ia, and
also Westward, North of the
Galician frontier.
While these successes are
welcomed in Russsa and alii
ed countries as an evidence
that the Russian Armies are
still able ti> take the offense
when supplied with ammu
nition, there is no inclination
to exaggi rate their import
ance.
I he ei ments how i
ki ep the A u s t r o t iermans
busy and make it imperativi
to send nan. n ementsSouth
ward w hicli ci >uld be used to
better advantage in the N> irth
where Von Hinderberg is
directing operations of much
iter 1 n iment.
This gi pi ral who began his
offensive against the Vilna
I )vinsk railway a week
has not yet established him
si If on the line. His cavalry
which did reach it has bet n
driven 1> ick.
Nevi ; Iheli >s he has diyveri
the Russians across the Dvina
River North of Dvinsk plac
ing thai city in rather a dan
.us position. He has also
ed North of Vilna
South of Vilna towards ('.rod-
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gramme.
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LooK
have slowed up.
In Cialicia the Russians are
still attacking and according
I 1 unofficial repotts the Aus-
tro-G^TOan armies are fall-
ing back across the 1 Inetster
just North of the Galician
border.
The Russians are also 1 n
the offensive anil are making
an attempl to re-capture the
fortuss of Dubno which the
Austrians took last week.
This offensive in the South,
derneath the fl.i-s that wave it is ,)(i.ve(jt willhaveanef-
from giant bamboo poles. Sud fer| Qn th(, rest 0f the front as
i alY. mu^.c fr im a whole or inforceinents must soon be
chestra speaks m minor theTuetonic Al-
The weird cashing ol cymoaiS f
,,,dth, air.drow5ingtl.Bhub >s will run the danger of
Xht chain d jroup issue)being outflanked.
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V.
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Berlin:The Germans have
captured Vidzv, 33 miles
SoutMof Dvinsk.
Vienna announces that an
Austrian submarine sunk a
large British transport in
the Southern Adriatic a few
days ago.
London:A spy was ex-
ecuted in the Tower of Lon-
don today. His name was
not announced.

Sebastopol:Russian tor-
pedoboats sank an entire
ll e e t of sailing vessels
laden with ammunition in
the Black Sea, near Sinope.
Washington:Formal re-
cognition has been accorded
no the Russians an 1 ing j\
stubboi n 1 sistance and have
the Germans firmly held.
That is the situation also in
the centre where Prim e Leo
pold has In en delayed in his
advano .
Von Mackensen had p d
his forces through the Pripet
Marshes and now holds Prisk,
From this point Southward the
Russians aie advancing and
have re-occupied a number oi
villages, but they are not likely
to push their ad itage much
further as it would make their
Northern flank vulnerable,
Much importance is at-
tached to the ('eiision
will be given by
1 Chun li, belancy
Bit, 11
GRAND C
St. Mark's hoir >( l"<
St. John's Baptist i
Town, on Tuesday nex
m.
\ -Children
Re is.
Rein
VD1AH UAMi
Wi
CLUB
ic a
THE WORLDS FAIR
ill give a Pi
House on M
20th beginning 1
a.in. Subscription
ning at 8 o'clo<
grand hop will 1
tin Ali icandet Hall Saillou
Hill Street.
Subscription : Ge
of Ladies 6d.
t Toil
iday Si pt.
8 o'clock
s. At eye-
p. m. a
given at
its. 1 d
Russia to call to the colour!
her t( rritorial
should the age limit bu fixed
at 3J this fresh call would
mean the possible addition
"All are welcome.
Committee:
\. K. BONAMY
I F. MORRIS
l.N. BETHEL.




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From any Dealer in Nassau
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gruel, etc.. and it particularly adapted to the
needs of Dj I in a lids, and the Aged.
Being largely prcdigc.ted it iscasyof assimi-
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useful in the forenoon between meals.
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(Continued from first p ige)
All the people "> ho came were
reiugees from the hideous boon
hardener]ts which happened in
March in the Ypres region and
made so many orphans. After
wards, when it was recognized
that the woi k was m and
that help was vital, the Belgian
Minister of the Interior couti i
buted v. Iial lie could, about
! Friends \ 11 u
lance 1 Init in moi lendidly
tri buted about the sa'me.
' le work has gone on
only tlin ugh pri
"Now tlir Count Van den
ranched oil to I
work .)( the gtown civili
liile the Countess Louise d'Ui
sel lias alone undertakt a the
care of the children. T\vo or-
phan homes have beta formed,
one at Wizernc, where there
were, at last reports fifty-nine
boys, and one at Wisqne, w I i
m the month of May, ill ri
seventy four little girls and
seventeen babieslater a hun-
dred. The figures are, of course,
at present even larger.
"Many of the pi-or little chil-
dren," her Royal Highness con-
tinued in her rich voice, "...
no parents at all, and manj
too httli infoi .1
We i
and i d tripki : I i
them by, I oping that, i
the war, there maj be a cli i
of finding out to whom tin y be
lungand what their names
are.
"Due little baby girl, about
three months old, we took out of
ier mother's arms; the mothei
a.:;
.-'..]
the pretty Salon Moatpensier,
with its memories of ancient
banishment, to the delightful,
high ceilinged library, with the
nested volumes of the Royal
Almanach from it> beginning,
the shelves double lined with
valuable old and u n I q U e
i ditii ms, wit!; b ign | h
ed by Q iei n Victoiia and
to In r "d< .'ii i'hi-in emoi
the grandfathei of the pr<
I luke ol Vendome, and with two
huge balls of worsted on the
large centn wound
her Roykl I lighm ss and symbo
lie of a more reo nl banishment.
I. ,en thing in the Salon Mont
laljy
iif \l.ii ie Louise d'< ii
"la Grapde Madem. ,'* who lar tif the recent style
occupied, inoil, the -mi
the fireplace, a, porlrah of her introductions in Mad-
father in her hand The walls ras collars.
werecovereg \\ ith her pictures-
Louis XIII., together with I i
ton d'( hleans, as babii s; Mary
Quei n of France and Sent:.
in mourningand, in white
mourningbutterflies, birds, the
very chairs ami tables, the piece
of tapestry before the fire, and
the samplers made by "la
Grande Mademoiselle" In rself
all the roomful that was sent to C.
! Amelia after the revolu
5VAve..
Arrow
Striped Madras
COLLAR
One of the most popu-
re was the "little dining
"where we eat whi n we
tion of 1848. And, sigmfic
ly, one ghl my 1
and In Id
Ne \ / 1 vaincn par
nal,
Mais travaillez a vaint re le mal
pai I
The
n" >m"
are quiti among ourselvt 1 l
hadnohead Such a pre! ', Dukes ( ,.,
little th.ng the baby ,s I ttnattl, .
; |:'!:' I with
.; ? '
'
' d.
i finally
I cl the ai j rovide all
1 11
ON SALE .'.i
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
( i.ri'.TT. PEABODY & CO., Inc.
MAKKUS, TltOY, N. V. U.. S. A.
L. LOFTHOUSE
Exclusive Agent.
ANTIPON IN BHITISH
WEST INDIES.
Spreading the Fame of the
Great British Specific for
Rapid Fat-Redu:tion.
HE b
in pre 1
eiall).....Iiflicuit t get nd of with any
inerice, that thr- inn
.1 '
I'.iili
T'
1 i\ of tin
i l> nn de Loi toOK
itun a 1 it\ that
dining hall, nun ovi 1
1 l lai dejn
in- t.i guard. I In n
I I I .1 !
;

k'j
1 v- ..ti' n
with red tapestn, with K f diet [, to.
H ran e, while 1 lutside throui
tin- Ii iui 1' 1 i.nr-li ,, ;,, 1 11 din ...in!,
""lows llllllwhelll
ear?'
"Yi : nough,
" 1 isanol and
1 an in e0 hard to
it," the I lucln ss of Vend*
'. her In: rOubled.
! forward arnestly.
mnot It II you of 'Wdil'h
culties with tuberculosis^ You
- e, ii)' hospitals will not a< cepl
tul rcular ?ases, and the poor
p. oplt, some soldiers and some
civilians, are often driven from
one hospital to another. None
will r ci ive them. The qlinnti
' ious; i
1 I Hei ing and
privation You wi uld bi ai

turd) women ai
nw tubercular
"What 1 want is to have
pitalsestabli
and F f< r( h Governn ni s il
l" ssible, in gi od healthy pli
i'i England and France, .;
ti e ill may stay until the w
over, and where there u ill be a
chance lor them to be nil
I went through the
1 ei .1 w incfows uiue
cqi ufloH ers 'a aved and sevi ral
laz) 1 1 azi d and the table
ij pi 1.
'1 .
"I 0 yi unjj gii Is in Brussels
wi re i'u! n,' t other day
," said her Ii H
in ss, "tin y w on the |> irtrait of
in\ brother at their throats !"
Tin if will t 01111 a turn I
us hi 1 0 soon, wr%n the t xpati 1
ated will return to llnUiiin, But
now, at this moDientTvtore is a
Princess without a country, and
\ .imatn-
1
1
tin r. N iv> \ 1
elimi
tin 1 : f,,t."
Am| ll u I t: .
inti| it's Hi ally,
exti in 'i
al il a it devel ipnienl nf ex
tisstif.
I I I
in the diret tion "I ree ivery oi mty of
Tin 1 f iveight is nn .1 tediou)
there n King without a ca'tle; ''"" ' ^ ,,"', Uvi'iM houn ol
,. .,,,],. ,.v..,i',,i i,,,,' llie "' doBe there is a redaction vBtyinjj
' 1 "'" PXpeiieri from......lillk, ,,, individual condition,
the prosperous land of tln-ir littwccnsor. and i lb. The cale wilfbe
birth. Over and ovei the lines '""""i ' " ' *
is 11 : if), \\
I and ymmet I | 1 |
ovei
I
v. ith il s
I .; my owi
New York Times.
NOTICE
A NY one having a Child's
Yelocipcde (in good con-
dition) to dispose of will
different please communicate with the
rooms of Belmont House, from .Tribune Ofiice.
fogaini il the trcatmi'nt is no I hiiti ntces-
' *'
\n\ m .
.'
1 atipt arani 1
hi .
It is palatabli litlv
n

ed .it nil
i; 1 r-i -1 1 1 er, or in
! .1 v.i large 1 an will be
lorarnrdi 1 the An:l| I
raturi lore Street I
tfanre foi
!. 1. 0. or 2. 2. 0.
\J
Williams' Shoes Are Better
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