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For Results Advertise in The Tribune. Over this, and the matter of) including war ammunitions! within the scope of the loans operations, there w.isstill marked difference of opinion b< (ween some American bankers and the in Trench Commission. \. v. Vofk.' — Doctor Dumba, the Austrian Amb issndor \\ I recall lias been asked on account of his alleged proposals to in Stigate strikes in American mu nition plants, defends himself in a letter to Secretary Lansing and made public In the ainlias sador tonight. Dr. Duma declares that Hie request for his recall is unjust and complains of the restrictions imposed l>\ the Washington government with his communi cations with Vienna. I le says the diplomatic repre sentativrs of the Allies in this country enj >y uncensored use of the cable priviliges denied to him. New York, 18:—The Zeppelin raid over England on the night of September 7 in which it was officially reported that ten were killed and 46 injured, did not occur over London itself but the damage was done in the Eastern suburbs, according to passengers who arrived today in the steam er Baltic from Liverpool. The Baltic left Liverpool on the 7th and die passengers did not hear until their arrival that London itself had been reached by Zeppelins on the night of their de: parture, with more fatal results Halifax: —Either the steamer Athenia, or the Athenae, is afire in mid ocean. Owing to a sim ilarity of names it is uncertain which of the two vessels it might be. Passengers are safe It is thought they were rescued by the Tuscania which i.. stand ing by. "The Allies" —o Try J. C. Coakley's new Id. Cigars The Allies A blond of four fine tobaccos —o They are good to the end THE ELEPHA is the largest inhabitant of the forest in the world. This is an undisputed fact. SUNLIGHT SOAP has the largest sale of any Soap in the world. This, also, is an undisputed fact. The great value of the Elephant's tusks is well known, but far better known to good housewives is the greJK value of SunlightJ|oap It enjoys a well-deserved popularity. Its mission is 1 ; nlim --. — its standard is purity. Increasing leisure, and reducing work, it is used by delighted housewives all over the world in I r< f< rence to any other. A I -RIAL WIM. I'ROVI THIS %  DRINKWelch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. I Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. t i>; in ts, 5d. 4s. 6d. pei doz. BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. If you haven't anything to advertise, Advertise your Business for sale. IN 2 PJfr.F and UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL R E L IA B L E SOLD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. L. W. Duvalier *> BURNS1DF. LANE Tuner & Repairer -OFPianos AND Organs Prompt Attention, Satisfaction Guaranteed Patronage RespectfullySolicited LOST BETWEEN Old Ice House and the General Hardware A receipt book belonging to the InternationalCoriespondeoce School. Finder will be suitably rewarded. H. C. CHRISTIE R< p, I'm Bahamas. Look A GRAND C< ncrrt will be given by si Mark'i boil "f I'"* "'". n t St Joho's Baptid Cljurch, Delancy Town, on Tuesday next, aist iiftt., at '"Admission —Children 3d Adults 6d. Received Si %  '!£% %  RefrrtlWilW'ill b<--.,• v.-.| on.Vl'l\fij"I I'M HKICI'., *Qt i !, 11 Masti 1 For Rent A SIX room cottage with bath attached near Prison Fort Fincastle. Apply JOS. LAING, Hlue Hill St. ) { Williams' Shoes Are Better



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Nvilllun KildUttia ivirare in veib* m&glMTl. B.!n K bound -o. w r lo ,he l)om.. of no M.*ler VOL. XII. N'a.isnu. N. P.. Ilnhnmns. MONDAV, September. 20. 1915 NO. >5. i. (ifLBHRT DUPDOH, Editor i"'l Propriitor. OVFICK Corn can be seen on application al thi Coloni f'sQ ice. •rShiU^^Cha.rlo.le St. .NffliMn.'.TP.. ;(..'..,„,.! liia,v :i <' C urate ..,:n i .... v TIIONK 200. P. 0. HOX 183. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Moo [ t ember. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates:—Sin pence lim foi in-i insertion: tin. a pence |ier lii t f"i second insert MAI ; and onepenn) |ie line lot nibequent insertio w, AdvertiaemeuM omlei eight lines j--. **• PUBLISHED A I 4 P.M. The Contingent arrived al R" : !' 1 Island on Monday morning last, and left on Wedpes lay. All were well and en joyed the trip and il,c condu I was very good MAILS. Foreign Mails per Mai] Steam cr "-Mexico" \\ ill be closed on Friday next the 23rd inst, it IO.30 a.m. Interinsulai Mails for Harbour Island, Eleuthera, Andros, Kxuma, Long Island. Ragged Island, Grand Bahama, Biminis, and Berry Islands, will he cl< \ of the Imperial Official Secrets Act LATEST War News. Sept i |tli i ,1^. London, 18th. Governor, Official Nev Fran e further artillery activity. Russian west southwest ol I I rjon Vilna continue. On left hank of y istula rn m; res bed railway bi 1 %  %  en Novo Vileisk and Molodetchna. Soul!,..rn front near Kovno Russians c ptured lour machine guns two thousand prisoners over thirteen hundred pi isoners other points. (Signed) BONAR LAW. September 20th 1915 Nc v York: -TinPan-Amer ican c inference on Mexican af fairs announces th it it would n comnn nd theii governments ec is proceeding to Turkey. Paris: — l-'ieticli forces have captured au imp irtant Turkish posil ion in GaUipoli. London:—Thf British tank imer S m Zeferine w is sunk by a subm nine 1 sailors are missing. Geneva: It is reported that Germany will d< :Iai %  the an nexation of the conqiren d ter rilory in France and Belgium. Washington:Lw utenanl I'. 11 1.1 fi-rr< > yi | • blished w duration 1 bi plane He remained in the air for nine hours I I minul %  d tiavelle l five hundred mil Stockhol 1 oc in th Berli of th prob : I wish I so th f %  >rn 11 I, power t o settl mi rrt \ linil v to f" n i HI and ; ; I homi g verami nt. P. I All h Bulgaria asking in .. %  I to n tl em and ih" central ; The note, I : : in t'nc 1 'i an ultimatum. Hie note, [ago at Jol ce of i tl 1 1 i ,1 I b} : nient I N< w Yorl unch New York: Vn agree nent has b iched as to 1 le loan io tlic Allies. Tli difticul tv n w in the way is" whether/ •• rhecreditshafHncfudi pa\ mi I P 81 %  Anglo-Krencei .1ux for war munition*. [cept that somi N rican finae • nth were adhi ring '' Berlin:riie City of Vilna bai il by Von Ilin has been nrcupii tl derberg's forci s Wear Armbrister's Shoes % 


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Publication Date: Monday, September 20, 1915
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Nvilllun KildUttia ivirare in veib* m&glMTl.
B.!nK bound -o.wr lo ,he l)om.. of no M.*ler
vol. XII.
N'a.isnu. N. P.. Ilnhnmns. MONDAV, September. 20. 1915
NO. >5.
i. (ifLBHRT DUPDOH,
Editor i"'l Propriitor.
OVFICK
Corn
can be seen on application al
thi Coloni f'sQ ice.
rShiU^^Cha.rlo.le St. '
.NffliMn.'.TP.. ;(..'..,,.! liia,v :i"<' C urate
..,:n i .... v
TIIONK 200.
P. 0. HOX 183.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Moo [ logic copy ... ... ... Jd
I ueaday, iiii'I thursday tingle copy id
Saturdaysingle copy ... i' Weekly ............ 5'l
Monthly ............if, I
Huarterly........ .. 4a, I I
alfYearly......... .. r)S.
Yearly ..........IS.
will leave Nassau
2nd X' >t ember.
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates:Sin pence lim
foi in-i insertion: tin.a pence |ier lii t
f"i second insert mAi ; and onepenn) |ie
line lot nibequent insertio w,
AdvertiaemeuM omlei eight lines j--.
** PUBLISHED A I 4 P.M.
The Contingent arrived al
R" : !' 1 Island on Monday
morning last, and left on Wed-
pes lay. All were well and en
joyed the trip and il,c condu I
was very good
MAILS.
Foreign Mails per Mai] Steam
cr "-Mexico" \\ ill be closed on
Friday next the 23rd inst, it
IO.30 a.m.
Interinsulai Mails for Harbour
Island, Eleuthera, Andros, Kxu-
ma, Long Island. Ragged Island,
Grand Bahama, Biminis, and
Berry Islands, will he cl<
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
R. \. Thompson, has been
appointed Public Vaocinator
for Polling Division No. 5 of
Kxum 1
It ir. notified that a co|>\ of
the Imperial Official Secrets Act
LATEST
War News.
Sept i |tli i ,1^.
London, 18th.
Governor,
Official Nev Fran e fur-
ther artillery activity.
Russian west
southwest ol I I rjon
Vilna continue. On left hank of
y istula rn m; res bed railway
bi 1 ' en Novo Vileisk and
Molodetchna.
Soul!,..rn front near Kovno
Russians c ptured lour machine
guns two thousand prisoners
over thirteen hundred pi isoners
other points.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
September 20th 1915
Nc v York: -Tin- Pan-Amer
ican c inference on Mexican af
fairs announces th it it would
n comnn nd theii governments
ec etnmenl in Mexico The de
cision as to the "< iov^rnment"
will probably be made al a
meeting three w< eks l|iice.
Berlin: Foreign Minister Von
Jagow stated that Germain
Could not well repudiate tin
port of the commander i4 the
submarine which sunk the Ara-
bic concernim,' the liners belli
gerence. I iermany will examine
carefully the evidence from
Washington. Von [agow re-
peated the assurance that ens
my passe igei ships will not be
attacked without warn inc.
_ It "s li that
\ on Bi
, 1 c-111
of tli irine question.
Paris: The I' itenl
have pre
in) intion m and
the central | 1 noti
is nol in the nature 1 f an u
matum.
B rlin: Russian advanced
ions have d on
Dvinsk bridg .
. through be-
t ' en Vilna and the .'
River.
Constantin
the I'm kish War Min ster as
saying that a great I i. ... ar
ni> is proceeding to Turkey.
Paris: l-'ieticli forces have
captured au imp irtant Turkish
posil ion in GaUipoli.
London:Thf British tank
imer S m Zeferine w is sunk
by a subm nine 1
sailors are missing.
Geneva: It is reported that
Germany will d< :Iai the an
nexation of the conqiren d ter
rilory in France and Belgium.
Washington:- Lw utenanl
I'. 111.1 fi-rr<> yi | blished
w duration 1 bi
plane He remained in the air
for nine hours I I
minul d tiavelle l five
hundred mil
Stockhol
1
oc
in th
Berli
of th
prob
: I
wish I
so th
f >rn 11 I,
power t o
settl mi rrt \ linil
v to f"
n i hi and ; ; I
homi g verami nt.
P. I All
h
Bulgaria asking in .. I to
n tl em and
ih" central ;
The note, I : ': in
t'nc 1 'i an ultimatum.
Hie note,
[ago at Jol
ce of i tl
1
1 i ,1 I. b}
:
nient I
N< w Yorl .
unch
New York: Vn agree nent
has b...... iched as to 1 le loan
io tlic Allies. Tli difticul ,
tv n w in the way is" whether/
rhecreditshafHncfudi pa\ mi I P81 '' Anglo-Krencei ......1ux
for war munition*. [cept that somi N rican finae
nth were adhi ring
'' '
Berlin:- riie City of Vilna bai il
by Von Ilin
has been nrcupii tl
derberg's forci s
Wear Armbrister's
Shoes


For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Over this, and the matter of)
including war ammunitions!
within the scope of the loans
operations, there w.isstill mark-
ed difference of opinion b< (ween
some American bankers and the
in Trench Commission.
\. v. Vofk.' Doctor Dumba,
the Austrian Amb issndor \\ I
recall lias been asked on account
of his alleged proposals to in
Stigate strikes in American mu
nition plants, defends himself
in a letter to Secretary Lansing
and made public In the ainlias
sador tonight.
Dr. Duma declares that Hie
request for his recall is unjust
and complains of the restrictions
imposed l>\ the Washington
government with his communi
cations with Vienna.
I le says the diplomatic repre
sentativrs of the Allies in this
country enj >y uncensored use of
the cable priviliges denied to
him.
New York, 18:The Zeppelin
raid over England on the night
of September 7 in which it was
officially reported that ten were
killed and 46 injured, did not
occur over London itself but the
damage was done in the Eastern
suburbs, according to passengers
who arrived today in the steam
er Baltic from Liverpool. The
Baltic left Liverpool on the 7th
and die passengers did not hear
until their arrival that London
itself had been reached by Zep-
pelins on the night of their de:
parture, with more fatal results
Halifax: Either the steamer
Athenia, or the Athenae, is afire
in mid ocean. Owing to a sim
ilarity of names it is uncertain
which of the two vessels it
might be. Passengers are safe
It is thought they were rescued
by the Tuscania which i.. stand
ing by.
"The Allies"
o---
Try J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The Allies
A blond of four fine tobaccos
o -
They are good to the end
THE ELEPHA
is the largest inhabitant of the forest in the world.
This is an undisputed fact. Sunlight Soap has
the largest sale of any Soap in the world. This,
also, is an undisputed fact. The great value of
the Elephant's tusks is well known, but far better
known to good housewives is the greJK value of
SunlightJ|oap
It enjoys a well-deserved
popularity. Its mission is
1 ; nlim --. its standard is
purity. Increasing leisure,
and reducing work, it is
used by delighted house-
wives all over the world in
I r< f< rence to any other.
A I -RIAL WIM. I'ROVI THIS
DRINK-
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
I Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.

t i>;
in
ts, 5d.
4s. 6d. pei doz.
* BLACK'S 222
Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
If you haven't anything to advertise,
Advertise your Business for sale.
IN 2 PJfr.F and
UNION SUITS.
SANITARY
COOL
R E L IA B L E
SOLD BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
L. W. Duvalier
*> BURNS1DF. LANE
Tuner &
Repairer
-OF-
Pianos
.........AND.........
Organs
Prompt Attention,
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Patronage Respectfully-
Solicited
LOST
Between Old Ice House and
the General Hardware A
receipt book belonging to the
InternationalCoriespondeoce
School.
Finder will be suitably re-
warded.
H. C. Christie
r< p, I'm Bahamas.
Look
A GRAND C< ncrrt will be given by
si Mark'i boil "f I'"* "'".nt
St Joho's Baptid Cljurch, Delancy
Town, on Tuesday next, aist iiftt., at
'"Admission Children 3d Adults 6d.
Received Si '!%
RefrrtlWilW'ill b<--., v.-.|
on.Vl'l\fij"I I'M HKICI'.,
*Qt i !, 11 Masti 1
For Rent
A SIX room cottage with
bath attached near Prison
Fort Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
Hlue Hill St.
)
{
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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