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. I THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N. P L GILBERT DUPUCH, 01 PICK Corm i Shirley 6. Charlotte Ms .... I'.. Baku jftoNi; 2(10. 1'. I 1>1 HUSHr.D DAILY RATES i Fiida) ... u y % %  . i, Monthly tarty I %  ••' PAYABLE IN AJ>VAN< I \ irertising I; ilM : -ii pence | I,.i l, i: thie. line foi lubtqu, "l--^ ts undei 1ST BAHAMAS CONT. I Xtbe ttttbune SATURDAY. September 25.10) •.|>L'HUSHED A 1 h P.M. \ mblj will %  >n Mon das at i p.pi. — :o 1 bar |Wi • idi< a I mthinii i iROUP? I' ive VOU I n LKasaworl %  .... ; yoi attei h ,., ,' om nan h the tersof the and Form a without | IIRK '. i 'IK DUTY. ttheRul ever; f mans. %  ii gl is h, and Irish, %  /. South A 1 i iigi riat 1 'a ifirc IsT.i i lilting s p ii by sidi, andt • join th with them oui fii itU Mail Sen. I. Rol rts," • I, P> from, Contingent^ Now tin q Mrs. Etl in the Ba h. Hi nry ,, amas onlent to let i air nun %  '• ii for u M r Ihei. in St An I k %  ; ol 11 lo have been j Krii m %  hi J : I I, )N NASSAU. lifcld other w : 1 that i and to mo\ e I is com In ntrnl 11 v rii i man) worm n 1 \V tors and many Nui nting our i anoint in. • tion f< >r us is THE RED CROSS MEETING. ein?' S leR > iuilcl. : ;" lu ... .. i mt work to , und how to 1 on . ,. In M wei ii 1 them to be rais handi • t> or Mrs V ardvd will be pun h I, and Mati: with |h< to it. A .nl hurs I at(l.iv ifl on led. I'he plal form cupied by Mrs. VV. 1 Allardvce s usual, and help in this Id which m 1 think you will all "No". Rut what can wi \": %  i : I will report all \i will that there i 1 clotl i > we i nill all the War, an I everywl nitting .nui • And lat I to t if Ni Provi-. one "I us ri h oi poor sh >ulcl w i >i l< for the I and d > whal who %  About 1 ago a Red Cn i %  ill was started %  %  i the %  k iii HI , ,, ... I'll UY .Mil. \\ I .. \II.IIU\ • > money so raised, and these will • .. . T ,, ,• be distribut. to %  ;' h r A l • r ,', groups, who en make Lofthouse, Mrs. E. l\ rflggs, we are not Doctors oi I rain [hem up i i Mfttl articles Mi b.W Dan 1 ludor ed nail M itab] %  isesdMrs. Uuncombe, Miss Nellie do some thing lor we can a .fe thei Duncombe, Mrs. 1.. M. Catto, make many things which the 1 i roEufbp Mis.F.W. Holden, Mrs. J. I. 1 md the N [heo. Farrington, Mrs. 1\ H. but cannot get unless tie*Iwitli burns, Mrs. W. Miller, Rev.! who stay at homi make them. VVorkl al ]!_[ %  i),,nn. While I was in Melbourro ... "i&liamas Mrs. Aliardyce presided and I went to a meeting nnd '" opened the meeting with thefheard one ol the leading Sur' "following earnest and stirring geons speak, he had just readdress: j turned from the Front, and Women of New Providenhe said the Hospitals wanted mnuucis WITS, vi-.m,,..... ., ,,. IV( i together "Clothes, Clothes, and m< ;el BurnsiJe, Mrs. .' order th; I I i eak to Clothes." H en. battieneiosm tmuui, III.IH "'' • —.. -, 1 ,-.l hi i\ ,,,,,,. ,,( ,he wounded yo* about oui duty in tins I Mi i ad extracts from tim\of War. I need not te! the Bryce reporl on the Germ in you v !iy we are fightingfor I ,n, s in Beleium, which [think tyou all know that we ; lideut, Mysi If. >n retary, Mrs. G, H. John son. IUMSIIII i, Mrs. W. Miller. Membei Mrs. Gamblin, lointf ; 1 uropi, to relieve] l. (lined the When the wound. Guildandhav. been us. An v in i!i al" nys he i e ce ved at Go' e il %  'II:, • ,\ understand r what i pen t<> vou if thi j | to you from ii,,. b< I. publishi cl by ih l %  i mis II i : I %  the In ad. Trv an things reajly lia|>| i ned in Bi 1 (iium (hiring llie last veai w hile n woreall happ> and \;<< e and think how you wputd fi 11 were the same things to happen to you and yours. •Mrs. Lofthouse was the nr\i ker nnd her speech was i lo•:t and peisuasivt as follow s: — theBryo report on the German you vhy we are fightingfor 1 c i ot | )es are s0 covered with ities in Belgium, whichi think\ou all know that wi O | ood anl j mu d, and so t ought to be sufficient proof are fighting f or Honour, L': tli;il lhe on i y ,| 1UIU possible 0 f the need for l*** !"!" £{> rty, and Justn e. 1S to burn tliem T hen when mto ed effort on the part of, ALL ^ Baharnas have only ,, ,.,„,,, to so that Prussian Mlitansm s i, cll tlv tm lu d so ... ,. r ,,, ,,.,.,,;,.,, „, ... brought into I! then f jt !||( n| clothes are so covered with ,,„,,,. ,„,,., be many n ,, ; •od and mud, > Wim i:i h ere who would join with its ruthless barbarism, maj 1,,. ;,., t lly destroy i I, and f<>r i crushe I \ ,U ti m was taken up win' Ii amount to ,{,3 7 fcacb c-hurrh or religious or -anil ,ti 11 is' invited to form ,„,.. ol the e groups, with its f own :n tarv a mmittee v is 1111: 1)11'^ AND PRI 11.!'*!' < .1ALL I'HE WO IKINI1 I ll lili BAHA ;o l Ni^1 I IN THIS GREAT .^ ;s WORK. Hat been vi ry slightly touched so far by the terrors of \Var and go out of the llos. go nn leave, oi back to the have not seen anyol its horhave not seen any ol its horf ront f ort he work in the Hosrots, thanks to our Navy, but D ; ta i s is so good that a ghould the Allies be beaten, o -?il>', %  •>• %  %  'I which 1 think very unliw lv, in the Baham i would with the 1 •' of the 1 how aw ful that night be i an only 1„ known to thosi w ho havi 0 Belgium durii I V 01 have r-ead the Commis,'-, Rep irton the atrocities rtURCH frxJRMLD committed there. many recover from th e i i wounds, then culty in finding clothes Un them. In the beginning of the war .(.iin.in Prince wl ., pri om rand nursed back ti. lili-. had to be sent to England to bi interm d and Mrs. AUardyi e, Women New Provident e : After listening to Mrs. Al, lardvce's inti n sting summadid thev know of the Guild, j-ry o'f the serious conditions and so it was decided to call brought about by this inhuthis meeting to give as many (man and unjust war, hearing women aspo ible the chance from Miss Lobb about a few of joining, and doing their onlv of the many revolting bit of work for the Red Cross, atrocities committed, no-tonAl pr. ienl we have no ly by thasoldiers, but by the funds and n materiaj with officers 0! a nation that pJ whicl to work: theirstthing itself on itKultur, you must, the ;. i to collect money I feel sure,be inipresi d with to buy material. Every little helps, any one the gravity df the sit: ation liz'e the m \ for whocannol give much can ah in the ( Bntish ably spare id. nnd that Empire to In lp m some \ would buy the n I foi 0 to rush the Pow< i that is an dk( rchief, and then if trying lo dominate th woilr" ,1 1 1 ...If ,...,! I., km to r.ir-1.111(1 lo : %  %  inieriieu aim II.UKIKCH n>< 1. unu •->" %  • % %  '. %  %  • only a pair of pyjamas and a, the givei re to hem the by brutal force and t; T < $ >



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r THF. TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N. P. 4 u maj 1"' surprised to little abo i1 th< work oi the ted in p< nni sfrom ;: ICrossS iety. n in England towards no < ' P ve ,cco fund; we cannot £** , r i evoud 'V inc tliat it i >< 1 I to tell bul t rea t s al I son I appc an lv to you t s behalf." %  I r A itli tion in ie Red Cross < iinlil amount ing to ,{, j 7 was made, and the National' -k in 30000 pence, U ency j„ a great measure, to the I Anthem closed the meeting t to be po r .. ^nwho.witliai l\'ed Cross Goilds were then %  •~u* miembo T ,-_~*%  1 11 11 < 1 \ to I A of th dren if 1 1 I mder if • if tin had not the Id 1' %  i, ; 1111 1 ni' was 11 % %  In u ers, who I) t?— The (mi e ia t i IVI rnment. HIS a land— in iCal '''' • E. r H paid to l Irs. David Patl %  d Baptists— one of : Dann. war. %  .ill nol %  honors " 'Id, but sup • alread) wounded; B ifi ire going into is provided a small 1 aid iing, w hich 1fastened in an I ina clea 1 bul%  11 iheshoi enters ,.,,,,1 K op9 thiou;h .'i limb or jtaries named above, portion of the bodv, two small Nat Mrs. lattie Martin. # I lead 1 >uar1 Mrs.Gaml lin, \d retarj This v method of reaching 1! e pei ; and il it does not ensuresuci ess, it is diffii uk to think what will. Further parti ulars will be gladly supplied by the Secreof .mli sptic otton an To whom pre we indebted with little interruption for | >r ,, v ided to fllljthe holes made, oui mails which come to us |„ ^y,*. care of wounds made by 1 in tin\es of peace? If aIshrapnel when the flesh is torn rn 11 ship were to appear] a suitable handaerSs provided. in : the questi -11 If ihle to walk or crawl tl ... I %  1 a few 1 who would not make ifics to p asked. Are we nol ,. ;| | nn ,|, hers and di 11 d to make any sacri. others'to I ie n For Sale and carriage in good b No. %  %  of shelti f ti'i found b\ the stn tc lerparth s I ,i m Cl Hie wound all battle '. r ,,r\ in those not able to /^N bora lition. App .1, • in. IS 11 IV. TU 1 i, flONOI KH 1. 1ST the 1 1 I %  1 tiuu. i.'|iu 11 111 111,1 I\I .i 11 N !>"> % %  reeling oiiirrsrio me iicmcsi '1 • 1 Moth rland, when •. -• • jtatther ne Ka m 1al • ?— nfi At this St., gressive hold a "3-t* ing* in v nl y Motoi I land r tin On l iry • 1 war, 1 1 imp '''''' all 1 the Emp in : S ',' if furth ssingisrequi was thai nbsen • • x nbu lance rei m no beds, but a water iimiiiiiiiimiim"i'W''| imiiiiwi %  ndi r all pi in ifferings of i tndi d and d\ ing. jhting againsl a ire tremen... u h se army is nl i| 1 who >l.in m 'i disn provided v. itli of women are also under ining for home 1! f" nj of w host he firing line. '.nc 1 1 %  1 hurches by Hi n ,„ mi | sn < et is sp 110 for the to* d ones qoli 1 next, J8* ; 1 > 1 who had dii 11 try's honour. Women of Xe which the wounded lie. I Ins a* I station is a y to the B I I In i hich m i 1 li .1 church 100I, factoi utiful private resi There will Recitation ap] A colled Ml • Ba 1 i n 1 nn111 1 IIL; 1 nn-. 1 Our work may not be alto | on these lines, bul lltl ""' everv one of us can and will want the future n turned over for the use o! everyom 01 us can ana win ...,..,,„,, ,.], %  ,! tho %  -sort ami we have a to be proud, and .101 hellish and d. spark of womanhood, and id to the call for help. Then is a call -an immedi • me. I I 1 mi 1 ting this afti rnoon is for the purp of asking lor your help rn side may give us 1 1 of king for the British Red Cro s Guild. There are daiThe acJbnd invi nt, h udli d by fren; Inn,. I 1 liavi for years n di ill''l and scl led to land. 1 am afraid there 1 %  %  ndency among us U nl this war as lingland's war. bul I want this >n tn try and brinj^ff 1 that it is our this greal struggh ? The units ID tki In tin-great 1 littl 1 %  1 '-t !| the scales. Lei us supi thai there is a si fti to be lv. most urgent calls foi ui crossed which requires %  > u voundi M an I foot bridge -althoui dying. m iv be availab.. uld any of you who are I tional 6 inches are absolutely I nforts to soothe the dying. m iv be available, 1 li','.' dont, I pray you, for these >n-. sit down with foldi d handA\\'\ await results. It ,-, time for us to wake up Thousands of men in Gi lint.nn, are to-day, in fact this moment, 1 tged in kind of woi k even the making of munition--. The their beautiful homes for the ot tiff woundi d, who are ma ; %  d .>,,' I eared lor in many instafrMp^by the aristoicy of England numbers day the numbi 1 is added to, many of w horn are blind and maimed for life. I' haps you canaol contribute much m the way of mom y, but ) ou can givi the equivalent your time. C< rtaitily si ime of you mav able to give a small percentfrom tinsale of your fruit, ve .; %  tabli s, chicki n and c jgs. Ill' ise engagi d in other occupations mighl give the result of a day's work IP iW and again. destruction, in acts that stag ''a and horrify humanity, bul w e arc not dovi n heart* d Ri itons never n shall be slavi s! It will a long long pull, a bull, bul if we nil pull ill vanquish the foe. Victory means life tot our Empire and 1 he fate 1 1 freedom for ages to come. Mis. I-. T. Higgs followed with an interesting aecount of Red Cro Work, h saiB among other thing*: ounded, the ed, Those onl >und ed are kepi to the firing h M ri to bi ; • 1 En din.! .•a again in a 11 pil ii ship is w ait The ships have ;i large i %  ,ss pa • I 0 theii idi s and an eh : : light is plai 1 d in the • %  • 'j.y. %  • 'lit shaft nl lighl on to the Cro at night. >n reach in ; I ngland they are met by a s of Red Cross nurses wh< to their needs, supplying t with n freshingdrinl ing 1 hem of! t" the vai ious homi hospitals whi re they are nu to health and strength. Many of the Ri d Cross nurses and attendants an p lid, the salary is small and if they break down or are taken ill, tin y arc jUS< sent hark home Red Cross rk is not a money making liusim SS. When you consider the number of hospitals, hospital ships. trains, motor ambulances, tei and the enornv 1 : tors, nurses, and attendant! sides the unlimited supplj "' dressings, drugs and nourishment required.! you will see that there is pressing need far b!p from every our. The Red Cross Society ap pealsto ev< rj on c it m 1 no distinction. U kn £2 Reward. rj EWRAD will be paid to lx an) one information h iding up to the recovi 1 4 an An lor and .•'1 belonging to the Schr. "1 .eander,"' andreraovid froi her on Frit t last. Leni tin rRinu" Shingrles Best Xo. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress Shingles at $9.60per thous sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles* Special Price also on 1 heapet grades -also 5 n. Cypress at |6.72per thousand of 30 bundles. 1 price made possible I j %  V{ IftTge purchase. %  Fresh sto< V arriving week. C. C SAUN1 TBD /



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THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N. P. fm& Mental and Physical Fatigue mm When brsin or body is weary the digestive powers ordinary food is often experienced. Under i Diet is specially valuable. It is pleasant to and apeedily restorative. Thi's it helps the Tk •AltoaUrys' DIET it prepared from purr rick milk a*d wkoU wheat-the two viUI food cUmcDti combined ia pfcrlially pre-diceiicd form. are weakened and distaste for circumstances tiie Alleuburys' take, easily digested and assimilated System to recover tone and vigour. Made in a minute—Add bailing Water on'f. TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STORKS. £>//_ ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD. / —— LONDON ENGLAND. h m %  u mmwwwmmwmmimw <£rl A food for Adults and quite di* met from the well-known ggi 'Allenbaryi' Foods for Infants. (Continued from first page) XfcDAY THE PRODUCTS WAR WE have been waging I successful war for years against worms, barnacles, grass and all marine growth on boat bottoms. 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Not much more wonder is it that all except %  the Turks, being Christian countries, so called, are praying to the God whom Jesus proclaimed as our common Father in Hea veil, while the Turks are either cursing the Germans who g"t them into this dreadful mess or praying for victory to Allah. The deity worshipped by the Kaiser is indeed a kind of glori I fied Odin, with whom he—m> I doubt sincerely—believes him s If to be in a special kind partnership. Hut, believing in that kind of a ruling Providence, he ought to pray to him. On the other hand, England and more especially France, undei the stress or terrible struggle and suffering, are credibly reported as undergoing that revival oil faith in a God of righteousnessI and pity for the lowly and sympathy with the common people of the entire human race whom JeSUS acknowledged and served. Above all the belligerent n;> tions, the whole of the common folk of Russia are asking the Divine salvation for Holy Rus jsia and for the brethren of ".I fit race. For he does not know Russia who has not heard tliHl the ikon which is said to be more popular than any other is called "The Joy of All the Af i dieted.' It is a picture of Christ I painted with the face of a Wus'sian peasant. But if all the belligerents arc l equally conscientious and pious ; in the strivings and sufferings for their own country's sake, why should our sympathies and ; \ blend of four line toba COS IN 2 PIECE and UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL RELIABLE SOLD BY Wm. Hilton 260 BAY STREET. "The Allies • Spreading the Fame of the Great British Specific for Rapid Fat-Reduction. TpHEbuidwolobwityinodistMaiiiia !" c lvni l( %  1 andaounprepoaaaiiag.aniliagenrather than 10 the other? 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w Supplement to The Tribune LATEST War News. London, 22: I he R Trade does not allow the American meat trust to get all they ask for n< >i ship owners t" get all th y 'A 1 H : Walter Run ciman, Prrs d< nt of the B of trad %  stated in the 11< ms Commons this afternoon in a debate on financial matters in which the high pi were comme ited up n. taken by the Bril ish govern il he said, to secure meats I on \i v'nima and Australia d 1 d supply. But for these HI sasuri -1 11 re • %  ould have :shorta During the nexl twelve months, Mr Runciman continues, the operation of I V ard would amount to about fiftv million p iunds. I le 1 hat the ren h go ent had such confiden e in the B 111 a' i i 11 • > had placed the ip. plying ol Fren :h me il n quirements in its han London, 22: Bulgarias mob ilization, a war \n< ivc thai may si,i\e the 1 iddle of the Balkans, has stiii k I ,i >i di n with drai tic suddenm ss The aft< rnoi in newspapi rs howi rained from editor lal comment and neutral rea of the publicati ms, except fn >m drawing their own conclusions [nun la. and SUCll captiiin a "Ilalkan Situation would be none the wiser as to wbel ler England regard) d the development as a preliminary victory foi the central po or merely another over night turn in the 1 Iraeo 1 Si 1 bian Bui i n ian negot iat ions. Washington: President Wil son and \Ym .1. Bryan met at the White I louse today lor the Erst tiim: since Mr Bryan re signed li^^osl as Secretary ol State. Foffllfcrly an hour the two were togetner. and parted smiling. New York: Six bodies had been removed tonight from the section of the 7th Avenue subway destroy 1 d today by a d\ namite blast The task of un co < 1 ing t he v\ recnage is pro ding rapidly. Two ol dead were pass, ngers in a trol ly car winch plunged into the excavation when the explosion destroyed the temporary shor ings for a block between 24th and 25th Streets, The four others vere labourers emph I in the subway woi ks. Amsterdam, 22:—A Berlin despatch says thai the Gern government has announced that a new minefield will be laid South of the outlet to the s mnd and thai tje'ginning; Fri day a pilot service will he et tablished to enable neutral ship ping to traverse the danger /.one. i, Via London, 22: —The Bulgarian Premier announced yesterday that the Austro-Gei man offensive against Serbia was inaugurated Septeml tei 19th. So far there has been no Bui _;ai i in mobilizati 111 but troops an leaving tin throughout the countn. 3 item iei 25th, 1 1 London, 24th. 1 e >r, Bahami Official News: 1 re p irts irioli nt artillei \ fight French artillery bombai various railway stai The Russian situation neai Dviusk is stationary. I have en minor successes with %  pM 1 1 iris mers at 01 ei points Bulgaria and < in 1 h mobilized. S t g 01 B< NAK LAW Athens: Kin ha dei reed a mobiliz it Then is great popu LISI asm. London: —The Bi in ei Chancellor and 1 Fn g I "1 bano have be< n sunk, no 1 iialtn-s. It is unofficial!) reported 1 the Russians ha Lutsk, in Volhj nia. Paris: Sofia advi l hat complete mobilization h is been decided on. Bulgai ian Blai Sea ports arc being hurrii 11} forlified. It i'reported th it ',.5. men havi b t to rein force the ( i erman Cn >w n Pi i in Argonne. Berlin:— Von Hindi rg is progressing tow arda.1 *^ ins ;, Amsterdam: It '1 • report* d that the subsci iption to the ll German loan exceeds three I il lion dollars. Her total loans are six and a quarter billion. Washington: Bulgaria ca bles that she does not in end ag gression on her neighbour Bal %  'cans. Quecnstnwn: The Am ican Consul cables that the British ship Anglo Columbian was trpedoi d b\ a submai ii ftei an eighty mile chase. Si ven hunered hi irsi were lost. The crew, among whom were sei n Amer ican hostlers, are Bafe. (ierm 111 Bel Muin and Rotterdam:positions in I ranee are bei liea/ilj strength* ru d in anl icipatiojti of a general of] msive b\ the. AI lies. • # Petrograd:Russian autiiori tics regard the withdrawal ol their forces from a difficult p 'Si Hop near Vilna as virtually completed. For Results



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Of these two respects the most remarkable and perhaps the most important, so far as the country's own welfare is concerned, lias been the less conspicuous. 1 refer to a certain soundness and moderation of judgment, coupled with toleration, which probably could not have been equaled under similai circumstances anywhere else in the world. This has led our friends and our foes—so far as we have ac quired them -t isinterpret much of our conduct; to attri bute to ignorance a great deal which is really due to man I) thoughtfulness; and to ascribe to weakness that which in truth yet more important for the world at large, than the interests ol the cotton growers of the South, or of the beef packets and agriculturists of the West, or ef the importers of N'ew York and Chicago. We are, indeed, in a way and to a certain extent interested in their interests, and not only willing but fairly desirous thai these interests should be locked after in a proper, courteous, and conciliatory manner, by private correspon dence and a ci i tain amount of diplomatic representation. Kin in regarding the inferior, we must not lose the vision of the supreme. And we cannot forget bow quick and successful were not a few of these same inten sts to take unfair advantage of our own Government at the fact, answer it. But in this a fair way to put the issue that is supreme, as a matter of fact and verity Lei us inquire into tins: for the German, and to a less extent the Austrian, propaganda is all over the world, but especially in tins country, resorting to many cunning devices, and not a f. w highly dishonorable tricks, in its efforts to obscure the isi:c. Never before in ihe history of j the world vrt re son any millions of armed men engagi d in con lb't, so large a proportion o whom were intelligently and with good conscience suffering I" 1 •' cause in the justice of which they bad placed their Faith. Although in the aggregate a great many of Austria's open door and free, or at the worsl fair, trade. But now Germany is, indeed, righting for its national integrity, and even, perhaps, for its national existence as an empire under the domination of the hereditary King "I Prussia. More obviously is the same thing true of the Austrian Empire, lor two centuries this conglomerate <'f peoples has been under the oppressive rule of the archdukedom of Austria, suppotted by an unscrupulous and haughtv and cruel Teutonic and Magyar aristocracy. If Germany is thoroughly beaten, this Empire of Austria will almost inevitably break into pieces; but if Germany wins a complete and final victory, Serbia and the other Balkan States will pretty surely before long tread the path already trodden by Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Jews and Jesuits, in combination with Austrian and Hungarian aristocracy, will rule Southeastern Europe under the (Continuedon fourth page) of these same interests swindled the Government during the Bpringsfrom a certain conscious" '• ,ress f o f lnat comparatively inncss of strength. This conten:Slf \''; !.' lcant and caiis eless war. tion of mine might be illustrated ,.'?V then ls ,1,IS "supreme at great length, were this the US"? „,*"._ n othing ,ess tna main purpose to which the present writing is directed. The other attitude toward the ^•"sswwnimHmBiKd armies arc unwilling time of our war with Spain; how fighters, and the same thins is savagely and shamelessly some true of the Turks; and although this: Whether a representative democracy or a military autocracy shall be dominant in Ku belligerents which has been j r pe a,ul ,,1C Xear Kast and so somewhat largely characteristic < most a "" ressiV( aml influential of the American people liasat (>Vtr ,llt; v/l 'ole civilized world; taineda magnitude of which B l,e,,ier tlie national existence they may modestly yet justly be of the weak shall be defended, refer, of course, lo'the , r m 'K'>ty empires shall trample gnifice.it generosity iem under tllcir fp et. Shall the proud. I truly magnificent generosity with which so many of tne na,mim l in go to the cause which, lion's best sons and daughters h whatev V deficiencies^! have responded in giftsoj money P, re 3H' t and f : ,lll,s a "(l crimes in and IM personal services to th needy and suffering of all t belligerent nations. But when we come to ask ourselves whether the great majority of the American people have as yet risen, in telligence and in exaltation of motive, to the point of view from which to consider, or even clearly to descry, the "supreme issue," the in comparably great consequences, of this greatest of all wars, ancient or modern, I fear we cannot give the same favorable, not to say flattering, tone to our answer. And vet the United States ought to be, of all nations, neu tral or belligerent, the quickest to discern and the most intense and sincere in sympathy with the issue as seen to be supreme from this higher point of view. For the supreme issue involves something infinitely more important for us as a nation, and ast, on the whole stands for rnment of the people, by the people, and for the people; or shall victory "perch on the .banners" of the two nations of Central Europe whose monarchs still claim to rule over the people by divine right, as the vice regents of God and responsible to Him alone, empowered and determined to enforce their will by an army of conscripts whose allegiance is claimed as primarily due to them as persons, rather than due as free citizens to the defense of the country, whose control remains both "theoretically and actually in the bands of the citizens themselves ? Now when the question is put 10 this way there can be little doubt how the American public ought to answer it. There can be scarcely more doubt how. if put in practical shape before the American public, they would, in some of ihe German soldiers are driven into battle by a fear in the rear which equalizes the fear in the front; there are almost no "hireling8."properlyso.called,in any of the belligerent forces. V\ ith a quite general unanimity, too, they all believe that they are fighting for the honor and integrity of their respective countries, if not for the very continuance of national e.\is" tence. At the present time this belief is becoming with every month, and even every dav of the war, more fully warranted. Of Belgium and Turkey in Europe, it is already emphatically true If the Teutonic Allies win a complete victory, Belgium is doomed to lose its autonomv, if not its very claim to a place on the map of Europe. If the Allies of the Quadruple Entente win a complete victory, Turkev will meet the fate which it has as !ou" deserved; it will be wiped off the face of the map of Europe. When the war began the claim of Germany that it was fighting for national existence, or for a legitimate chance to expand, was hypocritical and ird. Germany was in fact, expanding at a most desirable rate; and its rapid expansion was largely due to the work of the nation it so falsely accuses and hates so unreasonably, in clearing the seas of the world of pirates, in opening scores of free ports all over the earth's surface, and in taking the lead of all the other nations in extending com merce under the principle of the Wear Armbrigfeers Shoes or 18.37 Is Our Low Price fo thl Gents' IB Size, 111 Hi: I,. ;,, ... \\ ..li, ,,ii, i.,.,, r wi. h.m SOLID SILVER or 10 YEARS' Kuaranieed GOLD-FILLED Cum-, fitted with Traveler 7 JEWEL H auli.iu .U .. an lllualrntt-il. I<> Itct. Gold-Filled ease guaranteed to w !" r JJ Inn l-rli-p £2 14 8 I1MI In fct. Solid Gold Caae, British li OTI rn meni HtaranVd I'M..£500 t'X"In llci. 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Vol. XII. No. 36>
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23.1913
Price. THREE CENT
The Supreme Issue
in the
Great European War
.^.vznEnmmt
{N two important respects, at
l' ast, the attitude of the
great majority of the people
of the United States towards the
war in Europe has been quite
consistently such as to furnish a
fitting occasion lor patriotic
pride. Of these two respects the
most remarkable and perhaps
the most important, so far as the
country's own welfare is con-
cerned, lias been the less conspi-
cuous. 1 refer to a certain
soundness and moderation of
judgment, coupled with tolera-
tion, which probably could not
have been equaled under similai
circumstances anywhere else in
the world.
This has led our friends and
our foesso far as we have ac
quired them -t.....isinterpret
much of our conduct; to attri
bute to ignorance a great deal
which is really due to man I)
thoughtfulness; and to ascribe
to weakness that which in truth
yet more important for the
world at large, than the interests
ol the cotton growers of the
South, or of the beef packets
and agriculturists of the West,
or ef the importers of N'ew York
and Chicago. We are, indeed,
in a way and to a certain extent
interested in their interests, and
not only willing but fairly de-
sirous thai these interests should
be locked after in a proper,
courteous, and conciliatory
manner, by private correspon
dence and a ci i tain amount of
diplomatic representation.
Kin in regarding the inferior,
we must not lose the vision of
the supreme. And we cannot
forget bow quick and successful
were not a few of these same in-
ten sts to take unfair advantage
of our own Government at the
fact, answer it. But in this a
fair way to put the issue that is
supreme, as a matter of fact and
verity Lei us inquire into tins:
for the German, and to a less
extent the Austrian, propaganda
is all over the world, but espe-
cially in tins country, resorting
to many cunning devices, and
not a f. w highly dishonorable
tricks, in its efforts to obscure
the is- i:c.
Never before in ihe history of j
the world vrt re son any millions
of armed men engagi d in con '
lb't, so large a proportion o
whom were intelligently and
with good conscience suffering
I"1 ' cause in the justice of
which they bad placed their
Faith. Although in the aggre-
gate a great many of Austria's
open door and free, or at the
worsl fair, trade. But now Ger-
many is, indeed, righting for its
national integrity, and even,
perhaps, for its national exis-
tence as an empire under the
domination of the hereditary
King "I Prussia.
More obviously is the same
thing true of the Austrian Em-
pire, lor two centuries this
conglomerate <'f peoples has
been under the oppressive rule
of the archdukedom of Austria,
suppotted by an unscrupulous
and haughtv and cruel Teutonic
and Magyar aristocracy. If
Germany is thoroughly beaten,
this Empire of Austria will al-
most inevitably break into
pieces; but if Germany wins a
complete and final victory, Ser-
bia and the other Balkan States
will pretty surely before long
tread the path already trodden
by Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Jews and Jesuits, in combi-
nation with Austrian and Hun-
garian aristocracy, will rule
Southeastern Europe under the
(Continuedon fourth page)
of these same interests swindled
the Government during the
Bpringsfrom a certain conscious" ' ,ressfof lnat comparatively in-
ncss of strength. This conten- :Slf\'';!.'lcant and caiiseless war.
tion of mine might be illustrated ,.'?V then' ls ,1,IS "supreme
at great length, were this the US"? ,*"._nothing ,ess. tna"
main purpose to which the pre-
sent writing is directed.
The other attitude toward the
^"sswwnimHmBiKd armies arc unwilling
time of our war with Spain; how fighters, and the same thins is
savagely and shamelessly some true of the Turks; and although
this: Whether a representative
democracy or a military auto-
cracy shall be dominant in Ku
belligerents which has been j r"pe a,ul ,,1C Xear Kast. and so
somewhat largely characteristic < most a""ressiV(' aml influential
of the American people liasat (>Vtr ,llt; v/l'ole civilized world;
taineda magnitude of which B l,e,,ier tlie national existence
they may modestly yet justly be
of the weak shall be defended,
refer, of course, lo'the ,r m'K'>ty empires shall trample
gnifice.it generosity "iem under tllcir fpet. Shall the
proud. I
truly magnificent generosity
with which so many of tne na- ,mimlin go to the cause which,
lion's best sons and daughters h whatevV deficiencies^!
have responded in giftsoj money P,re3H't and f:,lll,s a"(l crimes in
and im personal services to th
needy and suffering of all t
belligerent nations.
But when we come to ask our-
selves whether the great majori-
ty of the American people have
as yet risen, in telligence and in
exaltation of motive, to the
point of view from which to
consider, or even clearly to des-
cry, the "supreme issue," the in
comparably great consequences,
of this greatest of all wars, an-
cient or modern, I fear we can-
not give the same favorable, not
to say flattering, tone to our an-
swer. And vet the United States
ought to be, of all nations, neu
tral or belligerent, the quickest
to discern and the most intense
and sincere in sympathy with
the issue as seen to be supreme
from this higher point of view.
For the supreme issue involves
something infinitely more im-
portant for us as a nation, and
ast, on the whole stands for
rnment of the people, by
the people, and for the people;
or shall victory "perch on the
.banners" of the two nations of
Central Europe whose monarchs
still claim to rule over the peo-
ple by divine right, as the vice
regents of God and responsible
to Him alone, empowered and
determined to enforce their will
by an army of conscripts whose
allegiance is claimed as primari-
ly due to them as persons, rather
than due as free citizens to the
defense of the country, whose
control remains both "theoreti-
cally and actually in the bands
of the citizens themselves ?
Now when the question is put
10 this way there can be little
doubt how the American public
ought to answer it. There can
be scarcely more doubt how. if
put in practical shape before the
American public, they would, in
some of ihe German soldiers are
driven into battle by a fear in
the rear which equalizes the fear
in the front; there are almost no
"hireling8."properlyso.called,in
any of the belligerent forces.
V\ ith a quite general unani-
mity, too, they all believe that
they are fighting for the honor
and integrity of their respective
countries, if not for the very
continuance of national e.\is"
tence. At the present time this
belief is becoming with every
month, and even every dav of
the war, more fully warranted.
Of Belgium and Turkey in Eu-
rope, it is already emphatically
true If the Teutonic Allies win
a complete victory, Belgium is
doomed to lose its autonomv, if
not its very claim to a place on
the map of Europe. If the Allies
of the Quadruple Entente win a
complete victory, Turkev will
meet the fate which it has !
as !ou"
deserved; it will be wiped off
the face of the map of Europe.
When the war began the
claim of Germany that it was
fighting for national existence,
or for a legitimate chance to
expand, was hypocritical and
ird. Germany was in fact,
expanding at a most desirable
rate; and its rapid expansion
was largely due to the work of
the nation it so falsely accuses
and hates so unreasonably, in
clearing the seas of the world of
pirates, in opening scores of free
ports all over the earth's surface,
and in taking the lead of all the
other nations in extending com
merce under the principle of the

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join th
with them oui fii itU
Mail Sen. I. Rol rts,"
I, P> from, Contingent^ Now tin q
Mrs. Etl in the Ba
h. Hi nry ,,amas onlent to let i air nun
' ii for u
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Ihei.
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lo have been j Krii m ' hi J ':
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other w
:

1
that
i
and to
mo\ e
I is com
In
ntrnl
' 11 v
-
rii i man) worm n 1
\V tors and many Nui
nting our i
anoint "
in.
. tion f< >r us is
THE RED CROSS MEETING. ein?' S
leR
> iuilcl.
:
;"lu",
... .. i mt work to , und how to
1 on .
,. In M
wei ii 1
them to be
rais
handi t>
or Mrs V ardvd
will be pun h
I, and
Mati:
with |h<
to it. A .nl hurs
I at-
(l.iv ifl on
led.
I'he plal form cupi-
ed by Mrs. VV. 1 Allardvce
s usual, and
help in this
Id which m
1 think you will all
"No". Rut what can wi
\": '
i
: I will
report all \i will
that there i
1
clotl i > we i nill all
the War, an I everywl
nitting .nui

And lat I
to t if Ni Provi-
-. one "I us
ri h oi poor sh >ulcl w i >i l< for
the I and d > whal
who

About 1 ago a
Red Cn i ill was started
i the
k iii hi
, ,, ... I'll UY .Mil. \\ I .. \ii.iiu\ > ,
money so raised, and these will .. . T ,, ,
be distribut. to ;'hrAl r ,',
groups, who en make Lofthouse, Mrs. E. l\ rflggs, we are not Doctors oi I rain
[hem up i i Mfttl articles Mi b.W Dan 1 ludor ed nail
Mitab] isesdMrs. Uuncombe, Miss Nellie do some thing lor we can
a .fe thei Duncombe, Mrs. 1.. M. Catto, make many things which the
1 i roEufbp Mis.F.W. Holden, Mrs. J. I.1 md the N
[heo. Farrington, Mrs. 1\ H. but cannot get unless tie*-
Iwitli burns, Mrs. W. Miller, Rev.! who stay at homi make them. VVorkl
al ]!_[_ i),,nn. While I was in Melbourro ...
"i&liamas Mrs. Aliardyce presided and I went to a meeting nnd
'" opened the meeting with thefheard one ol the leading Sur-
' "following earnest and stirring geons speak, he had just re-
address:__ j turned from the Front, and
Women of New Providen- he said the Hospitals wanted mnuucis wits, vi-.m,,.....
., ,,.IV( i together "Clothes, Clothes, and m< ;el BurnsiJe, Mrs.
.'order th; I I i eak to Clothes." H en.
battieneiosm tmuui, iii.iH "'' .. -, 1 ,-.l hi i\
, ,,,,,,. ,,( ,he wounded yo* about oui duty in tins I
Mi i ad extracts from tim\of War. I need not te!
the Bryce reporl on the Germ in you v!iy we are fightingfor I
,n,s in Beleium, which[thinktyou all know that we
; lideut, Mysi If.
>n retary, Mrs. G, H. John
son.
Iumsiiii i, Mrs. W. Miller.
Membei Mrs. Gamblin,
lointf
; 1 uropi, to relieve] l.
. (lined the
When the wound. Guildandhav. been
us.
Anv in
i!i al" nys he i e
ce ved at Go' e il

'II:, ,\ understand
r what i pen t<>
vou if thi
j | to you from
ii,,. b< I. publishi cl by ih l i
mis ii i : I
the In ad.
Trv an '
things reajly lia|>| i ned in Bi 1
(iium (hiring llie last veai w hile
n woreall happ> and \;<< e
. and think how you
wputd fi 11 were the same things
to happen to you and yours.
Mrs. Lofthouse was the nr\i
. ker nnd her speech was i lo-
:t and peisuasivt as fol-
low s:
theBryo report on the German you vhy we are fightingfor 1 ciot|)es are s0 covered with
ities in Belgium, whichi think\ou all know that wi O|ood anlj mud, and so t
ought to be sufficient proof are fighting for Honour, L'-: tli;il lhe oniy ,|1UIU possible
0f the need for l***{> rty, and Justn e. 1S to burn tliem. Then when
mtoed effort on the partof,ALL ^ Baharnas have only ,, ,.,,,, to
so that Prussian Mlitansm si,clltlv tm lu d so ... ,.r ,,, ,,.,.,,;,.,, , ...
brought into I! then f jt !||(,n|,
clothes are so covered with ,,,,,. ,,,., be many n,,;,
od and mud, > Wim,i:i here who would join
with its ruthless barbarism, maj
1,,. ;,., tlly destroy i I, and f<>r
i crushe I
\ ,U ti m was taken up
win' Ii amount to ,{,3 7
fcacb c-hurrh or religious or
-anil ,ti 11 is' invited to form
,,.. ol the e groups, with its
f own :n tarv a mmittee
v is 1111: 1)11'^ and PRI
11.!'*!' < .1- ALL I'HE WO
IKINI1 I ll lili BAHA
;o l Ni^- 1 I
IN THIS GREAT .^
;s WORK. Hat
been vi ry slightly touched so
far by the terrors of \Var and
go out of the llos.
go nn leave, oi back to the
have not seen anyol its hor-
have not seen any ol its hor- front forthe work in the Hos-
rots, thanks to our Navy, but D;tais is so good that a
ghould the Allies be beaten,
o
-?il>', !>------------ 'I
which 1 think very unliw lv,
in the Baham i would
, with the 1 ' of the
1 how aw ful that
night be i an only
1 known to thosi w ho havi
0 Belgium durii I V
01 have r-ead the Commis-
,'-, Rep irton the atrocities
rtURCH frxJRMLD committed there.
many recover from th e i i
wounds, then
culty in finding clothes Un
them.
In the beginning of the war
.(.iin.in Prince wl
., pri om rand nurs-
ed back ti. lili-. had to be sent
to England to bi interm d and
Mrs. AUardyi e, Women
New Provident e :
After listening to Mrs. Al-
, lardvce's inti n sting summa-
did thev know of the Guild, j-ry o'f the serious conditions
and so it was decided to call brought about by this inhu-
this meeting to give as many (man and unjust war, hearing
women aspo ible the chance from Miss Lobb about a few
of joining, and doing their onlv of the many revolting
bit of work for the Red Cross, atrocities committed, no-ton-
Al pr. ienl we have no ly by thasoldiers, but by the
funds and n materiaj with officers 0! a nation that pJ
whicl to work: theirstthing itself on it- Kultur, you must,
the ;. i to collect money I feel sure,be inipresi d with
to buy material.
Every little helps, any one
the gravity df the sit: ation
liz'e the m \ for
whocannol give much can ah in the (Bntish
ably spare id. nnd that Empire to In lp m some \
would buy the n I foi 0 to rush the Pow< i that is
,andk( rchief, and then if trying lo dominate th woilr"
. ,1 1 1 ...If ,...,! I., km
to r.ir-1.111(1 lo : inieriieu aim ii.ukikch n>< 1. unu ->" '.' .
only a pair of pyjamas and a, the givei re to hem the by brutal force and t;
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THF. TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N. P.
4
. u maj 1"' surprised to
little abo i1 th< work oi the
ted in p< nni sfrom ;: ICrossS iety.
n in England towards no< ' Pve
,cco fund; we cannot **
, r i evoud 'V inc tliat it i ><
1 I to tell bul
trea t s al I *
son I appc an lv to
you.....ts behalf."

I
r
A itli tion in ie Red
Cross< iinlil amount ing to ,{,j 7
was made, and the National'
-k in 30000 pence, Uency j a great measure, to the I Anthem closed the meeting
t to be po r .. ^nwho.witliai l\'ed Cross Goilds were then
~u* miembo
T

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1 11
11 < 1 \
to I
A
of th dren
, if 1
1
I mder if
if tin
had not the
Id 1' i, ; 1111 1
. ni' was
11 "
In u
ers, who I) t?The
(mi e ia t i ivi rnment.
HIS
a land
in iCal
''''
e. r h
paid to l
Irs. David Patl
d Baptists
. one of : Dann.
war.
! .ill nol
honors 'Id, but
sup alread)
wounded; B ifi ire going into
is provided
a small 1 aid
iing, w hich 1- fastened in an
I in- a clea 1 bul-
11 iheshoi enters
,.,,,,1 Kop9 thiou;h .'i limb or jtaries named above,
portion of the bodv, two small
Nat
Mrs. lattie Martin. #
I lead 1 >uar1
Mrs.Gaml lin, \d retarj
This v
method of reaching 1! e pei ;
and il it does not ensuresuci ess,
it is diffii uk to think what will.
Further parti ulars will be
gladly supplied by the Secre-
of .mli sptic otton an
To whom pre we indebted
with little interruption for |>r,,vided to fllljthe holes made,
oui mails which come to us | ^y,*. care of wounds made by
1 in tin\es of peace? If aIshrapnel when the flesh is torn
, rn 11 ship were to appear]a suitable handaerSs provided.
in : the questi -11 If ihle to walk or crawl tl
... I
1 a few 1
who would not make
ifics to p
asked. Are we nol ,. ;|.|. nn ,|, hers and di
11 d to make any sacri- others'to I ie n
For Sale
and
carriage in good
b No.
*
of shelti f
ti'i found b\ the stn tc lerparth s
I ,i m Cl Hie wound
all battle
'. r ,,r\ in those not able to
/^N bora
lition.
App
.1,
in.
IS 11
IV.
TU
1 i, flONOI KH 1.1ST
the 1
1 .
I

, 1 tiuu.
i.'|iu 11 111 111,1 i\i .i 11 n !>">' reeling oiiirrsrio me iicmcsi _
'1 1 Moth rland, when . - jtatther ne Ka
m 1- al !- ? nfi At this St., gressive
hold a "3-t*
ing* in v
nl
y Motoi
I
land
r tin
On l iry 1
war, 1 1
imp ''''''
all 1 the Emp
' in : S ',' if furth ssingisrequi
was thai nbsen x nbulance
rei m no beds, but a water
iimiiiiiiiimiim"i'W''|..........imiiiiwi
ndi r all pi
in ifferings
of i tndi d and d\ ing.
jhting againsl a
ire tremen-
... u h se army is
nl i| 1 who >l.in m 'i dis-
n provided v. itli
of women are also under
ining for home 1! f"
nj of w host
he firing line.
'.nc 1
1
1 hurches by Hi n ,mi| sn< et is sp
110 for the to* d ones
qoli 1
next, j8*
; 1 > 1
who had dii 11
try's honour.
Women of Xe
which the wounded lie. I Ins
a* I station is a
y to the B
I I
In i hich m i 1
li .1 church 100I, factoi
utiful private resi
There will
Recitation
ap]
A colled
Ml
Ba
1 i
n
1 nn- 111 1 iil; 1 nn-. 1
Our work may not be alto |
, on these lines, bul lltl! ""'
everv one of us can and will want the future n turned over for the use o!
everyom 01 us can ana win ........... ...,..,,,,,.],,! tho -sort
ami
we have a to be proud, and .101
hellish and d. spark of womanhood, and
id to the call for help.
Then is a call -an immedi
me. I I 1 mi 1 ting this
afti rnoon is for the purp
of asking lor your help rn side may give us 1 1 of
king for the British Red
Cro s Guild. There are dai-
The
acJbnd
invi nt, h udli d by fren;
Inn,. I 1 liavi for years
n di ill''l and scl led to
land.
1 am afraid there 1
ndency among us
U nl this war as ling-
land's war. bul I want this
>n tn try and brinj^ff
1 that it is our
this greal struggh ?
The units id tki
In tin-- great 1
littl 1 " 1 '-t "!|
the scales. Lei us supi
thai there is a si fti to be
lv. most urgent calls foi ui crossed which requires > u
voundi Man I foot bridge -althoui
dying. m,iv be availab..
uld any of you who are I tional 6 inches are absolutely
I
nforts to soothe the dying. m,iv be available, 1 li- ','.'
dont, I pray you, for these
>n-. sit down with foldi d
hand- a\\'\ await results. It
,-, time for us to wake up!
Thousands of men in Gi
lint.nn, are to-day, in fact
this moment, 1 tged in
kind of woi k even the
making of munition--. The
their beautiful homes for the
ot tiff woundi d, who are
ma ; d .>,,' I eared lor in ma-
ny instafrMp^by the aristo-
icy of England numbers
day the numbi 1 is added to,
many of w horn are blind and
maimed for life.
I' haps you canaol con-
tribute much m the way of
mom y, but ) ou can givi the
equivalent your time. C< r-
taitily si ime of you mav
able to give a small percent-
from tin- sale of your
fruit, ve .; tabli s, chicki n -
and c jgs. Ill' ise engagi d in
other occupations mighl give
the result of a day's work IP iW
and again.
destruction, in acts that
stag ''a and horrify human-
ity, bul w e arc not dovi n
heart* d Ri itons never n
shall be slavi s! It will -
a long long pull, a
bull, bul if we nil pull
ill vanquish the
foe. Victory means life tot
our Empire and 1 he fate 1 1
freedom for ages to come.
Mis. I-. T. Higgs followed
with an interesting aecount of
Red Cro Work, h saiB among
other thing*:
ounded, the
ed, Those onl >und
ed are kepi
to the firing h M ri
to bi
; 1 En din.!
.a again
in a 11 pil ii ship is w ait
The ships have ;i large
i ' ,ss pa I 0 theii idi s
and an eh : : light is plai 1 d
in the 'j.y.
'lit shaft nl lighl on to the
Cro at night. >n reach in ;
I ngland they are met by a s
of Red Cross nurses wh<
to their needs, supplying t
with n freshingdrinl '
ing 1 hem of! t" the vai ious homi
hospitals whi re they are nu
to health and strength.
Many of the Ri d Cross nurses
and attendants an p lid, the
salary is small and if they break
down or are taken ill, tin y arc
jUS< sent hark home Red Cross
rk is not a money making
liusim SS.
When you consider the num-
ber of hospitals, hospital ships.
trains, motor ambulances, tei
and the enornv 1 :
tors, nurses, and attendant!
sides the unlimited supplj "'
dressings, drugs and nourish-
ment required.! you will see that
there is pressing need far b!p
from every our.
The Red Cross Society ap
pealsto ev< rj on c it m 1
no distinction. U kn
2 Reward.
rj EWRAD will be paid to
lx an) one inform-
ation h iding up to the re-
covi 1 4 an An lor and
.'1 belonging to the Schr.
"1 .eander,"' andreraovid froi
her on Frit
. t last.
Leni
tin
rRinu"
Shingrles
Best Xo. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress
Shingles at $9.60per thous
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles*
Special Price
also on 1 heapet grades -also
5n. Cypress at |6.72per
thousand of 30 bundles. 1
price made possible I j V{
IftTge purchase. .
Fresh sto< V arriving -
week.
C. C SAUN1
TBD
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When brsin or body is weary the digestive powers
ordinary food is often experienced. Under i
Diet is specially valuable. It is pleasant to
and apeedily restorative. Thi's it helps the
Tk AltoaUrys' DIET it prepared from purr rick milk a*d wkoU wheat-the two viUI
food cUmcDti combined ia pfcrlially pre-diceiicd form.
are weakened and distaste for
circumstances tiie Alleuburys'
take, easily digested and assimilated
System to recover tone and vigour.
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hegemony of Germany. Great
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perhaps even more luly, will
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world l>ut also, it is more than
likely, in colonial, if not in home
territory.
No wonder, then, thai all
tlt^se armies are enduring incre-
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the intelligent anil COnscienti-l
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the Turks, being Christian coun-
tries, so called, are praying to
the God whom Jesus proclaimed
as our common Father in Hea
veil, while the Turks are either
cursing the Germans who g"t
them into this dreadful mess or
praying for victory to Allah.
The deity worshipped by the
Kaiser is indeed a kind of glori I
fied Odin, with whom hem> I
doubt sincerelybelieves him
s If to be in a special kind
partnership. Hut, believing in
that kind of a ruling Providence,
he ought to pray to him. On
the other hand, England and
more especially France, undei
the stress or terrible struggle and
suffering, are credibly reported
as undergoing that revival oil
faith in a God of righteousnessI
and pity for the lowly and sym-
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of the entire human race whom
JeSUS acknowledged and served.
Above all the belligerent n;>
tions, the whole of the common
folk of Russia are asking the
Divine salvation for Holy Rus
jsia and for the brethren of ".I fit
race. For he does not know
Russia who has not heard tliHl
the ikon which is said to be
more popular than any other is
called "The Joy of All the Af
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I painted with the face of a Wus-
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But if all the belligerents arc
l equally conscientious and pious
; in the strivings and sufferings
for their own country's sake,
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ree of permanence, that the introduc-; dieted, one side stands, in the
t n >n ti> British Wist Iniln-s '>f the famous r_ i .-. j
Hnt.sh Specific Antipon w.ll be Welc,.,,,.-i w>'f srxiaI institutions ami
iii many quartats. The preparation is not I Cl VII government, for what our
unknown hue already, but the obctade* country stands for; and the other
in the way ol its supply to tin general ulis ,i.
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cultiesare now removed. | issue, supreme and lllCompara-
"veryofAntipon bleis just what 1 have defined
th. treatment* usually employed for the1-
reduction of weight included starvatii "
lirtaiv rules, sweating and purging, t
., f,\ __.l .1......:___ \l, .1...
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when obstinately |eiMst<-.l is ruinous to j
the constitution. Antipon is diametri !
i ally 0| pose I to euch drastic methods.
To expel the su erflu >ui fatty matter
from the system is .ill very well, but the
body must be amply nourished at the same
time. Now Antii on not only rapidly
eliminates the excess of tat, but overcomes
the unfortunate tendency to "run to fit."
Ample wholesome food therefore
becomes Antipon's streu^tli-giving ally,
and there is no need to dread that the
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about a redevelopment oi excessive fatty
tissue.
Every doee o( Antipon is a sure step
in the direction ol recovery oi beauty ol
form and vigorous nervous energy,
The decrease of weight is no a tedious
i cess. Within twenty foui hour* o|
tin- tnst dose there is .i red m tioji varying
i irding to individual condition,
between H OS. and ( lb. The scales will be
the unerring recoi er. Tbedailv is eminently satisfactory. When normal
weight and symmetrical proportions are
legained the treatment is no longer neces-
s;irv.
Antipon contains only the most harm-
less vegetable substance* in solution, the
liquid being in appearance like a light
red win*.
It is palatable, refreshing and slightly
tut, and nivi r occasion any unpleasant
reactionary effects.
Antipon can be obtained at all ding
stores. In in stock OT to order, or in case
,i( any difficulty a large case will be
i ,rwai led direct from the Antipon Labo.
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Supplement to
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LATEST
War News.
London, 22: I he R
Trade does not allow the
American meat trust to get all
they ask for n< >i ship owners t"
get all th y 'a 1 H : Walter Run
ciman, Prrs d< nt of the B
of trad stated in the 11< ms
Commons this afternoon in a
debate on financial matters in
which the high pi
were comme ited up n.
taken by the Bril ish govern il
he said, to secure meats I on
\i v'nima and Australia d
1 d supply. But for
these hi sasuri -1 11 re ould have
:- shorta
During the nexl twelve
months, Mr Runciman contin-
ues, the operation of I V ard
would amount to about fiftv
million p iunds. I le 1 hat
the ren h go ent had
such confiden e in the B
111 a' i i 11 > had placed the ip.
plying ol Fren :h me il n quire-
ments in its han
London, 22: Bulgarias mob
ilization, a war \n< ivc thai may
si,i\e the 1 iddle of the Balkans,
has stiii k I ,i >i di n with drai
tic suddenm ss
The aft< rnoi in newspapi rs
howi rained from editor
lal comment and neutral rea
of the publicati ms, except fn >m
drawing their own conclusions
[nun la. and SUCll
captiiin a "Ilalkan Situation '
would be none the wiser as to
wbel ler England regard) d the
development as a preliminary
victory foi the central po
or merely another over night
turn in the 1 Iraeo 1 Si 1 bian
Bui i n ian negot iat ions.
Washington: President Wil
son and \Ym .1. Bryan met at
the White I louse today lor the
Erst tiim: since Mr Bryan re
signed li^^osl as Secretary ol
State. Foffllfcrly an hour the
two were togetner. and parted
smiling.
New York: Six bodies had
been removed tonight from
the section of the 7th Avenue
subway destroy 1 d today by a
d\ namite blast The task of un
co < 1 ing t he v\ recnage is pro
ding rapidly. Two ol
dead were pass, ngers in a trol
ly car winch plunged into the
excavation when the explosion
destroyed the temporary shor
ings for a block between 24th
and 25th Streets, The four
others vere labourers emph I
in the subway woi ks.
Amsterdam, 22:A Berlin
despatch says thai the Gern.....
government has announced that
a new minefield will be laid
South of the outlet to the
s mnd and thai tje'ginning; Fri
day a pilot service will he et
tablished to enable neutral ship
ping to traverse the danger
/.one.
i, Via London, 22: The
Bulgarian Premier announced
yesterday that the Austro-Gei
man offensive against Serbia
was inaugurated Septeml tei
19th.
So far there has been no Bui
_;ai i in mobilizati 111 but
troops an leaving tin
throughout the countn.
3 item iei 25th, 1 1
London, 24th.
1 e >r,
Bahami
Official News: 1 re
p irts irioli nt artillei \ fight
French artillery bombai
various railway stai
The Russian situation neai
Dviusk is stationary. I
have !" en minor successes with
pM 1 1 iris mers at 01 ei points
Bulgaria and < in 1 h
mobilized.
S t g 01
B< NAK LAW
Athens: Kin
ha dei reed a mobiliz it
Then is great popu lisi
asm.
London: The Bi in
ei Chancellor and 1 Fn g
I "1 bano have be< n sunk, no 1 .
iialtn-s.
It is unofficial!) reported 1
the Russians ha
Lutsk, in Volhj nia.
Paris: Sofia advi l hat
complete mobilization h is been
decided on. Bulgai ian Blai
Sea ports arc being hurrii 11}
forlified. It i'- reported th it ',.5.
men havi b t to rein
force the (ierman Cn >w n Pi i
in Argonne.
Berlin: Von Hindi rg is
progressing tow arda.1 *^ ins ;,
Amsterdam: It '1 report* d
that the subsci iption to the ll
German loan exceeds three I il
lion dollars. Her total loans
are six and a quarter billion.
Washington: Bulgaria ca
bles that she does not in end ag
gression on her neighbour Bal
'cans.
Quecnstnwn: The Am ican
Consul cables that the British
ship Anglo Columbian was tr-
pedoi d b\ a submai ii ftei an
eighty mile chase. Si ven hun-
ered hi irsi were lost. The crew,
among whom were sei n Amer
ican hostlers, are Bafe.
(ierm 111
Bel Muin and
Rotterdam:-
positions in
I ranee are bei liea/ilj
strength* ru d in anl icipatiojti of
a general of] msive b\ the. AI
lies. #
Petrograd:- Russian autiiori
tics regard the withdrawal ol
their forces from a difficult p 'Si
Hop near Vilna as virtually
completed.
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