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I. QILBKRT in I'l Cll, I i i • OKKICK Corner Shirley iS Ch.vrlotle Sis Nassau, .V. /'. 'PHONE 260, P. 0. BOX MB. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES iv. W ednesdoy and Fn la) I Thu v HI Sniur, I i \ tingle copy Weelch Monthly IS. < luarterl> .. .| %  • RalfYeatlj Yen |j |8 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Advertising Rates e ice per line fur fn>t i! II in m: three pence per line for second insertion ; arm nnepeuu) pe line (or subsquci.t in-. : 11 Advertisements XLbc tribune THURSDAY, October 12. 1915. %  PUBLISHED A r 5 P. V. Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST 2ND MAS CONTINGENT. ty seven men were enrolled last night for Hie Second Contingent, so there remains twenty three onl to brin-,' it up to Full strength, which we have nodoubl be accomplished in ll s e of a week. The numbers >f men expected from the out islands have not materialized; in tltis conned ii n, we liave heard <>1 an in-tan. e w here open and deliberate i ipposition to the enlistmen of men was made, ii such be tin case some means of punishing the peritors should be found. The Contract Tor making the uniforms for the Contingent h is been awarded Mr. !'• ird, Market Street. I i tiling will soon begin. re will be a Recruiting meeting at Fox Hill tonight. TRINITY CHURCH AND THE STORM I it her i in Sunday >>r Monday nig*ht during one i if the heavy gusts of wind a oinpanying the North I astei which begun on Mondaj the finial .it the Eastern end of tin Clurch roi if wasbrol n off i el >w tlr and fell on the landin i >p posite the Noi th-Eastern door of the Church prop i. Fortunately this did not ur during a service as i he consequences may have b< en very serious. :o: — The attention of our r< is invited to the Notice of the Entertainment in St Agnes School room tins evening, (Communicated) CRIME AND ITS PUNISHMENT I have been a nailer of your journal for many years, and I read some things which Cause me to think and think deeply I have been very much interested latterly in reading the news from the.courts, and 1 have been sincerely thinking whether our system of punishment is right, or wttethi r it produces the d sin 1 effe t. deti is. When I re i 1 of ,i case where life has been taken, and the pennlh awarded six months and re id again of a cas %  \\ here om cane n stolen id I %  natty awarded three nonl Its, I %  I. think', I p cm d e i St r.rti • I.He six months, one cane tiii mi mths, i an this be true ? In the matter of the sugarcane, the thief is supposed to be refdi uied by the punishment, but is he r If a Youth he is In.iught into i ontacl with confirmed criminals whose inllueii' e is not calculated to improve the subject —"Evil communications coi rupt good mannei -. I he impi isonment is suppi ised to punish. I > %  es it ': If it does then the punishment is in ex i if the crime. | ane at its highest value could not exci ed y\. and for the value of 3d. the Culprit is deprived 1 if liberty for three mont hs, thrown into contact with the vilest of humans and at the cud of the three months "his last state is worse than bis first" all for 3d. To my mind it seems that the general public is more punished than the culprit, F< >r t le -a l.c 1 if ; pence the public expends approximati ly in : lingcli(thing, hiusing .wiA g( nerally cai ing for t he prisi m< 1. With these facts looking us in the fci< : I hat 1 > LI 1 s\ stem of punishm il is a right one. At what Ii g 11 res rlo W e value life, if we can value It il? Taking the same basis as for the cane the public 1 \ pi aids £10 for a human life Aren't we wrongsoropwhi re? .The object of this communication is to cause an ai 1 I of thought in the mind1 .f those learned ir the law, of those who have the "care of souls," and of those who make our laws. "A human soul outvalues the material uni\erse." This is inv justification for my pica for th %  who fall 111 errors ways, and who of us that doi s not fall into errors ? I plead for these unfortunates lusl 1 a -'mi d with mere), "in the course 1 if just ice none nf us shi mid see salva11" and "Mercy is twice I it blessetn him thai 1 s and him that recei> • NOTICE rnHERE will be. a %  %  recruitiug" meetting" at Fox Hill tomorrow (Tuesday) night at 8 o'clock sharp. R. II. C. CRAWFORD, Commandant, nth Octi ber, 1915. I POR HA. Nassau N. P. 12th Oct, 191.5. The Editor The Tribune 1 'car Sir, We advertise in your paper that we have fresh fruit by every steamer; but out business is injured and loss inflicted upon us bv the steamships and their agents. The Steamer "Matanzas" by which we had a ;ninent of fruit, Pears and Apples, an ived heir 1 >u Wednesdaylast and it was not until Saturday afternoon and on Mi >nday that we r< ceivi d our appli 1 >ne would suppi ise that fruit would be stored conVI. ntlv on top, ami not under In avy freight, norat the bottom of a lighter, and would he among the first things delivered, we ''<> nol think that that is too much to ask or expect. But the Ward Line get their freight, and deliver the %  Is "any old time" and are absolutely indifferent %  as to whet her your fruit rotSOl nol. It makes a difference to the imp. uter and we think that the government should see that the Steamship Co. earn • out their contract, one of the Special objects of which is we believe to faci Iitate the 11 importation of fi nit and \ ege tables. ^i' 'in-. J. K. VMOURY


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f in and southern apThe wreck was caused by Be, This attack was soft track after heavy rain. civ repulsed and its — :o:IIOI tl pro 11 -h. attackers suffered heavy Losses. In Champagne we hav< made new and perceptible progress to the southeast of Tahure. More than two bun* dred prisoners, a bomb thrower and some machine gnus were captured by us. October 12th 1915. London, 1 ith. Governor, Bahamas. Ofii< ial News:—Genera] French reports our trenches steadily pushed foi ward I e tween hillseventyand I lullacah. Ground gained varying from Ihe I uetonic invasion of five hundred to thousand yards, Serbia is proceeding Favour-1 German trench captured east ably. Progress in the cross-{of Hullacha. ing 9 'if the Save Drina and ich government t in Danube rivers by the man and Austrian under Von Mackensen reported by German three cannon opposite Ram is announci I. all Rains maintained, armies, nemy attai ks repulsi I, being j Russian ROV< rnm< ni aili rate! jhting near headquarters. The capture, .1 I" 1 s captured pon Enemy report neai 1tvinsk. After fruitless attempts on October the fifth and sixth, ma li by the French ti 1 penetrate our lines comparative quiet reigned yesterday in the impagne. During oui successful ad< trance against an ad\ an< ed em in.111 sitiim to the south of St. Mai ieapy we captun d six officei 3 and two hunched 1 ad fifty men. B azil: — The captain of th" British freight steamer Sonmelinto, wbii h arrived here yesterday from Tuxpan report further report i >\ insk, \ ,i! ious claim j-urc 1 SS "6 an thought the attacking ves el was a (JeTman torpedo boat, for he saw off his ship's prow, the pi culiar wake caused by a torp >do. The Captain said the first shell that had struck 'us ship made a hole three .yards long and one yard wide. (October 1 jtli 191 ,. London, 10: lie Austro Germans are in full possesion of Belgiade and the heights surrounding the city and are marching bast towards the mountains which the Serbians last year so stubbornly defended against the Austrians. For some time to comi the invadi 1-.. it is expected, will haveto I tonl] thi n ai ;uards hose duly itis' del pro for tin Serbians will doubtli ss do as they have done before, fall hackuntil the) reach lav.unable positions. In fact niilj!;u\ writers here ID not t pitched battle mi tins front f< > %  ten da' s or a fortni [hi yi t. b) %  hich tinn Alii %  %  hii h landed at e j< fined Ihe MIS The Bulg ; ians so fai as is known have made no incursions into Serbian territory and it is belies ed that they will withholdtheir hands until they know how matters go with the Aus tl I I I %  %  Somi Balkan authorities in lat the Bui will not interfere with the movement Northward ol the Anglo French 1 xpeditionary ',• %  ; e. fui to do SO immediate I) uld hi ing the shell >>f war ships into ports on the Black and Ai gean Si as, probably fol low d by the landing of Rus si.ui troops at Varna and Bur L.IS. and e|' 1 ither allied !r< at Maronia and I ledeagatch. Greece and R< iumania remain interested spectators although the former has given assurance of her benevolent neutrality to distrnt nnd 11. the region of towards the Allies. Souain. The French batteries Representatives of the entente replied effectively. The Ger have furnished the (.; Italian g< ^ 11 nment 1 on Is -ii/., 1 ..1 ;iderable repulsi d with hea\ J Si rbia: Enemj ha* occupi ed HiIgi ade. 1 Signed BONAR LAW. Vienn 1: Vustro-< ieiman ad vain ing fn m Belgrade I . beaten bach Sei hems southeast and southeast "f that city. The british steamer Thorp wood h.is been sunk tin; crew are sale. Copeuhagei : A British subma 1 ine torpi doed a (ierman imr in,u Giedsr Lightship, The crew are sale. Paris: -There have been seand reported that she had vere bombardments by Germans attacked at sea by an unknown vessel, one sailoi being killed and six wounded in an interview declaies he mans left seventy five hundred de I. The past few days there have been unsuccessful assaults in the vicinity of. 1.00s. Sandiego:—Lieut Taliafe..., ""'y with Serbia hut with Aviation Corps, fell or* thou Greece as well, if the' central eminent with inforn ation concerning the agreement be 1 ween Bulgaria and < i< rmany which, il is .issei ted, givi s Bill earia a free hand to deal not Naredo, Tex: %  Fourteen Mexican passengers were Jailed in a p oseiigei train running beMMsen Saltillon and San Luisrotosi on Wednesday, a< cording to telegrams received in Neuva Laredo to* daw mi sand feet into the Bay. The body lias not been recovered. TaliaferrO recently won tiie army duration flight record. Washington:— Four "K" sub marines making nine knots are ted 1 lonolulu Friday. President Wilson speaking at the a nniversary of ihe Bauuli lets of tie Amei ican Re\o!ution declared United States should, keep out of European War not tu avoid trouble hut preserve from dation f"r pi t< pow eis should will Fighting on the various fronts brought about little or no change in the situation. I The Germans, after two days heavy lighting in u hich, according ti> British and French advici s, they suffered a severe reversal, have abandoned for the moment the attempt to re-capture tei rib >ry won from them by the Brit ish south of Labassei They i\>.> < laim howevi 1 t<1 have taki n lomi the I I ie trenchi s Easl of Sou and Tahure in Champagne. Field Mai gal V"n Hinder: is making slow pro in Ins operations against Dvinsk and although he claims ti 1 have taken mot the Russian positionhe d not appear t, 1 lie much in 1 r the eitv than he was t ag 1. South of Pripit Ri\ 1 1 ami 1 in Galii 1a tl.e tide ol battle. ebbs and Hows. First the Russians and then the Aus tro Germans attack, ami 1 ountei attai k. When dur m'da Summer, miles of country would change hands in a day, now it is .1 question of defending some is< >lat< I villa] The heaviness "I tinK l ads doubtless is respin sible h>r this. MISS ALLARDYCE will open Tin AI lacs,,) Tea Sale iii aid of The Bahamas Contingent Fund by The King (1 irgi 's Volunti erat Th'Police Barracks Gn iunds on Tuesday, [9th inst. at •; p.m'. T a, Ice-Cream, Cake, I' si 1 ves, Aprons, DustingCaps and other Net die work will be offered "ii the various tabli S. The Polii e Band will be in attendance. The Admission:— Children id.. Adults 1 ,|. \()U are particularly invited To come and Spend N BIG REDUCTION IN PRCIES of FRESH MEET. [""UK undersigned will sell at Block No, 6 in the City Meat Market {rom tin 1 pii inst. fresh meat at the following prices viz:— I'M ef Stake at .lod. ] >. 1 lb. Roast Beef at irxl. .. lb. Slewing at iit. ,, lb, Mutton ., lb. Pork7d. .. lb. • dVA ROKEtt.



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•' •' ENTERTAINMENT. T IIERE will be given in St. VMI, I Church Hall Tuesday o i. i 2th an "Kv ning performance" for the benefit of Bahamas Contingent I in;.! Among the items of the programme, is I!Hinteresting capture of Capt 4 i Smith by the Indians in ;i \ irginian jungle in [( Admission i Doors open p. ra. Curtain 8 p. in. Exeursion TRIP TO Eleuthera M OTOR boat "Ranger* f< ( i i >\ i :ii' irs I [arbour ami Savannah Sound I., aving Raws n Sq. Saturd iy 16th at 10.30 p.m. r< turning on 1 day. Round Trip 10s. Furtherin formation will be giveo at C. J. I ribson's B irberShop .|" | Bay St. For Rent A SIX room cottage with bath attai ar Prison and Eorl Fincastle. Apply JOS. LAfNG, Blue Hill St. White Lime I AM offering FOK SALE my entire stock of White 1 .irae of about ?< 10 bushels at 6d. per busheL (Orders I< ft at Mr. Solomon Fuilayson, I leveaux St. or 'lu.ni' 2 ;8 or "The Tribune" >ffice. JOSIAII RAIIMINC WA. MATHER UNDERTAKER D lSIRIS to inform his fi icnds and tin' Public tlmtN e has i i ;i i• %  implete outfit "I ; ities f.>-. the buism — ot an un. liicli places hirn in a ion la carrj out Funerals that be ent i usti I to Ii %  • ca re with 1 icii; and res fully solicits theii patronage Gel %  j !': ices first ai rl prove that I i lie vei v lowest for the first class work. IN 2 PIECE and UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL RELIABLE SOLD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. Patriotic I Entertainment" under the patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. A Hardy cc liv the children of THE VICTORIA SCHOOL in St. Andrew's Hall Friday, October 15th Admission : 1 shillin D001 0 n at 7.30 Commen i'clock Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Jo'insoiVs PrP!'"'"" V pteis 6nisb and i" '<>i •••• lul ''""' wi artwork and ii mis. Johnson's Wood Dye tol th artistic coloring of all wood, soft or haw Johnson's Under Luc-a pint fiaiih, very much luperi to shellac w \ u iii-.ii Johnson's Flr.1 Wood Finish -fi.ra lutiful, artistic, band-rubbod '-II" I w ithout tinexpense "I rubhina. Johnson's I'asti Wood Filler filling the grain ai lie)>.t %  in-.: i4 foi tinfinish. Johnson's Powdered W\ lor bal id.Mii Boors. FOR SALE BY Chas. E. Albury I Rope Rope j GASOLINE In Drums Eleven pen per Gallon. Ten Gallon Can Om Shil ling pei ( i -illnn C. C. S.\U.W>ERS i 1 1 \H V v Nassau X. 1\ April, i;,ili id;'5, ^FjB noons i I ill-; LIMN STORE.J HAve Received 'I'll' Latest Spring Novelty THE NEW "LAVE" :;ETS Guaranteed Untarnishable, and Washable. Suitable For Waists, Yokes, Dress< -. Milliwery. White and Black, White and Silver, Black and Silver, White and Gold Ecru and Gold, Ilel'ioliopc and Gold, Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold Silver and Crystal Tassels, While, Cream, and Ecru Bre tbnne Nets, adow N'I ts, I ire Nets, Overalls, Point d'Esprit, Pleated Net Huch ings. W;. I .' Marquisett r. Black and Wh nd and While, Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, WI 1 : ilin, tloii Whit* Washing ilk. 'Sill Ci i' L'"tlou Cn I M : ', 1 : 1 ope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A I'd 1.1 lim <>l ei 300 i' lock and delivi r< d fr< nn 111 Wareh in Nassau al N< Y< irk pri< es plus I'dei Duty. Buy here vi New York" < .Inter st and lli ig. CHAS. E. AI Ag< nt. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. Here's An Opportunity that y u cannot IUIIIIJ af[Qrd tQ losc If You want to Economize. If you want a First Class 1 [lit. If you wain to be n nized. I'MI'.< !k-ttlii.'l niollcN ,\,n b Safest and the CluMfet. 'fhe Shingles Bi st No. 1 Hi -nt 5in. Cypn Shingles al 1 ihoua sand of 20 b 1 liscounl • on l< I >vei 500 %  shingles. Special Price also on r*he; er gradi • al >o 5'm. L'\ pn s al %  :' %  .72 per thousand of 20 bundle'-. This price made pos ible by a very lai Fresh st|"M r. lied nn tho IncuiMl.nmps of tho Made brass. Iin:i:t i, 0 mi.n.-.i drll*atrd. 1 a powerant whlto 00 caadlelurna common 001 nil. Casts -at for l only %  1 hours.. HrliA • than gra. .lectrUjtt or alz ordinary Ii npa at • i>ih to 1 ir-tpath the coat. ntlrely of o r 'uL>In nrea. !" iallH and C'I rrhes. No odor, n noise: safe. Him pi* id cleanThere M only one % %  < i!e ixon. I Insist on navlna* ll Home Supp ly Co. T. M. Knowles 523 Bay Street. I S now prepared to supply Rubber Tires for Babies Cai. ages, also to n set, and i them. 11 lion Guaranti 1 d: KANSAS CITY For Silo By THOS. E NA 1 j 14C11UISH! ST., NIM Special Terms given if < r 'IIN 1 1 %  %  DM ami know all oH derfal Lamp. Williams' Shoes Are Better .1 MO. 3IE;iu, N.P. '. Write tli is wiinSi



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Ni 111 vi-. ..; In ins (urnre In veibtt mnnl"trl. Beini; bound toswcnr to the lln(m&i of no *1.,ter VOL. XII. NASSAU. N. P., IUhami.5. TlfcSUAY, October, 12. 1915 NO. ^74. Y ESTERDA YUieconiingent I offered by the Bahamas to the British < iuvernmenl arm ed in Kingsi HI a finelooking bo d\ nf men. To day His I lcncv the i iovernor will la) [on the Legis ativ* Council Ins K! is and plans in regard to the contingent which we proi to sen.I. and We ran have no doiibl thai the legislators, w ill gladl) assist to mae the < % %  n tingent idea, a -u. ci n and an honoui in the colony o| Jai ca. We have nol said i Rbout the contingent of law are to go to strike their blow with other s ildiers of the Em pire foi the gloi ious c IU >e ol Kh {and nuntry. They need % %  feni thai thej n i rips I'II the fo ei d of this war will nol be The enemy ig, still flushed with %  Hi' ind insolem i still bi nl upon trai ipling underl | every entii nt of humanity, 1 ven principle of justice. 'I are .•al Fighters, these i ur foes : tin ir militai I v< been wondeiful thai information. Thn I' iovei I I i inidad wi learnt that Sir William Manning had as %  I Mr. Bonar Law licawould prob Ij assume 11 pi I he < t thl I | II || i, vi I ;.: would assume lliis resp<>nsibili ty. On the whole, we felt thai %  hal le i improis to V bled nun may hay e to i %  • %  i nty and thirty y' after ill" war: Jamaica ... %  • '•" " Mill We have understood quite well lei us a,In,it that to the full. thai a shortage of trausporta tion facilities has prevent) d the men from going, and we saw it was no UM making a fuss %  a delay that was inevitable. We have seen it stated 5 whore that some papers have laid the blame foi the delay we mention at (he doors of the Governor: we can say v, ithout fe ir of contradiction that the Cleaner has not been one ol those pap rs, sini e up have ne vrr imagined that the Governor could create vessels out of no thing. The delay lias bi en unavoidable : so much is certain It in iv. no doubt, have dampened the ardour of some, of our youths', but we v< hfiife fo hope and to believe thai that ardour will Sash out again when the recruits learn that (he period of wailing is over, that at last they > Bui the Allies must Ixv.t this en< my, an every part of thi British Empire must assist. Therefore we call upon our coilntrj men to regard the going 'ontjnJMH as an absolute upon and i I pay them. I', nsions to '' %  'I ndenl 11 haw to bi paid for \ ny years after the Wrfi : 1 iica will pay thi m. II i tmaica um rta to do is as shi 1 jht t,, l ] ()i i| h dl annually 1 spend on 1 s maj bi a tidy one : in ntime, whih the war eon tinui may also have to • other expensi s 1 1 | with the contingent, a whirh wi havi repi ,int ed out in the past. Tin G d I maica's attitude, and we '.hink he is nol likel; lo sel himsi If against the 1 ommunitj I h is bound to consider w and what he t do at' this nee. fl || v A Woman Mayor If the story told of Mrs. A. D. Canfield of Warren, 111., the first woman mayor in Illinois, H ho ran Foi office in order "to show the peopl I woas well fitted as n I to run municipalities," is true, she has 1 ertainly proved that a woman can do things about 1 promptly as the 1 1 an ; for in seven minuti s aft< 1 she had taken her oath of office, so told, the town council 1 which she presided had or%  sing of n -. (h< box ball alii ). and the shool ing \ Mayor Canfield is a wido lour years old, and small of si but she km how to rule. When one of the count ilmen 1 | lo 1 r ap pointing the members of h 1 -. on the roi I 1 then i applications on her desk for tl and 1 1 d thai the cabinet men plied: "I am or o[ this city, and there tion so far asmj <\ ilinet is concerm d. I will appoint and you shall confirm, and none of you shall draw his I inty, an_, as a in 1 • duty. 1 ,v uniii you do. (ientlemen as ;ll | I am small, but don't you ditiona] expeuditun n iev e for a minute that there beis n part, upon him bv the operative hutricane. He is ii. I quick to make up Ins mind, he j 1 ThereItasbi 1 11 a publi • caul !". '." I"! e-jpitancy But nt any connei tion betwei n my Size and the :.mount of mv deli rmination. Let me give you a tip : You big boys had better Bi 1 ensible men, ing in Westmoreland on (he we tlunk ,l w,n be " 1 that od blemen, subject of pension for mei his final pro I e Coun "" ' : her advice, and the may be disabled in thi 0r | c il in the mattet F the ntin Rovernment ran smool r..,",,j..t: r . 1 will mi it%.. „l,..l. i„ .... Health nidi for relatives of men who may justly he, n -aided as ,}. % %  n d isfactory, ents. That meeting took np a p 4tion with which we tho roughly a ree, this pap rh ii b*en the first to take it. up. Bui (he promoters of the mi it < ed the in forma l will on I In | e sal we are 0 mvinced that he will be gfeatly assisted I 5 our Ii islators As for his id. a in regard to the pi nsions. 've have already supported must have missei tion on (his mattei w hich we were able lo publish lh< othei stai day, and also our .Mini: enta %  m eni. We think ii,, ,,, „,„„] jusl in our 1 H si nl circum Wear 1 Jamaii Ar-in blister's Just Received by This Steamer Fresh American Fruit. Poaches, Penrs, Plums, etc. etc." J. K. AMOUKY. t'..iv Si Stio£ s 1 &f •


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Ni 111 vi-. ..; In ins (urnre In veibtt mnnl"trl.
Beini; bound toswcnr to the lln(m&i of no *1.,ter
VOL. XII.
Nassau. N. P., IUhami.5. TlfcSUAY, October, 12. 1915
NO. ^74.
YESTERDAYUieconiingent
I offered by the Bahamas to
the British < iuvernmenl arm ed
in Kingsi hi a fine- looking bo
d\ nf men. To day His I
lcncv the i iovernor will la)
[on the Legis ativ* Council Ins
k! is and plans in regard to the
contingent which we proi
to sen.I. and We ran have no
doiibl thai the legislators, w ill
gladl) assist to mae the < n
tingent idea, a -u. ci n and an
honoui in the colony o| Jai
ca. We have nol said i
Rbout the contingent of law
are to go to strike their blow
with other s ildiers of the Em
pire foi the gloi ious c iu >e ol
Kh {and nuntry. They need
feni thai thej n i
rips i'Ii the fo
ei d of this war will nol be
The enemy
ig, still flushed with
Hi' ind insolem i still
bi nl upon trai ipling underl |
every entii nt of humanity,
1 ven principle of justice. 'I
are .- al Fighters, these i ur
foes : tin ir militai I v<
been wondeiful
thai information. Thn
I' iovei.....-I I i inidad wi learnt
, that Sir William Manning had
as I Mr. Bonar Law
licawould prob Ij assume
11 pi
I he <
t thl I | II || i, vi I ;.:
would assume lliis resp<>nsibili
ty. On the whole, we felt thai
hal le i impro-
is to V
bled nun may hay e to
i ! i nty and thirty
y' after ill" war: Jamaica
... .................'" ....." Mill -----
We have understood quite well lei us a,In,it that to the full.
thai a shortage of trausporta
tion facilities has prevent) d the
men from going, and we saw it
was no um making a fuss
a delay that was inevitable.
We have seen it stated 5 .
whore that some papers have
laid the blame foi the delay we
mention at (he doors of the
Governor: we can say v, ithout
fe ir of contradiction that the
Cleaner has not been one ol
those pap rs, sini e up have ne
vrr imagined that the Governor
could create vessels out of no
thing. The delay lias bi en un-
avoidable : so much is certain
It in iv. no doubt, have dampen-
ed the ardour of some, of our
youths', but we v< hfiife fo hope
and to believe thai that ardour
will Sash out again when the
recruits learn that (he period of
wailing is over, that at last they
>
Bui the Allies must Ixv.t this
en< my, an every part of thi
British Empire must assist.
Therefore we call upon our
coilntrj men to regard the going
'ontjnJMH as an absolute
upon
and i
I pay them. I', nsions to
'''I ndenl 11 haw to bi paid
for \ ny years after the
Wrfi : 1 iica will pay thi m.
II i tmaica um rta to do
is as shi 1 jht t,, l]()i i|h.
dl annually 1
spend on 1
s maj bi a tidy one : in
ntime, whih the war eon
tinui may also have to
other expensi s 1......1 |
with the contingent, a
whirh wi havi repi ,int
ed out in the past. Tin G
d I maica's
attitude, and we '.hink he is nol
likel; lo sel himsi If against
! the 1 ommunitj I h
is bound to consider w
and what he t do at'
this nee. fl||v
A Woman Mayor
If the story told of Mrs. A. D.
Canfield of Warren, 111.,
the first woman mayor in Illi-
nois, h ho ran Foi office in order
"to show the peopl I wo-
as well fitted as n
I to run municipalities," is true,
' she has 1 ertainly proved that a
woman can do things about 1
promptly as the 1 1 an ;
for in seven minuti s aft< 1 she
had taken her oath of office, so
told, the town council
1 which she presided had or-
sing of
n -. (h< box ball
alii ). and the shool ing \
Mayor Canfield is a wido
lour years old, and
small of si but she km
how to rule. When one of the
count ilmen 1 | lo 1 r ap
pointing the members of h 1
-. on the roi I 1
then i applications on her
desk for tl and 1
1 d thai the cabinet men
plied: "I am
or o[ this city, and there
tion so far asmj
<\ ilinet is concerm d. I will
appoint and you shall confirm,
and none of you shall draw his
I
inty, an_,
as a in 1
duty.
1 ,v uniii you do. (ientlemen
as ;ll| I am small, but don't you
ditiona] expeuditun n 'ieve for a minute that there
be-
is
'n part, upon him bv the
operative hutricane. He is ii. I quick to
. make up Ins mind, he j 1
ThereItasbi 1 11 a publi caul!". '." I"! e-jpitancy But
,nt any connei tion betwei n my
Size and the :.mount of mv de-
li rmination. Let me give you
a tip : You big boys had better
Bi 1 ensible men,
ing in Westmoreland on (he we tlunk ,l w,n be ","1 that od' blemen,
subject of pension for mei his final pro I e Coun "" : her advice, and the
may be disabled in thi 0r|cil in the mattet F the ntin Rovernment ran smool
r..,",,j..t:___ r . 1 will mi it%.. l,..l. i .... Health nidi
for relatives of men who may
justly he, n -aided as ,}. nd isfactory,
ents. That meeting took np a
p 4tion with which we tho
roughly a ree, this pap rh ii
b*en the first to take it. up. Bui
(he promoters of the mi it <
ed the in forma '
l will on I In | e sal
we are 0 mvinced
that he will be gfeatly assisted
I 5 our Ii islators As for his
id. a in regard to the pi nsions.
've have already supported
must have missei
tion on (his mattei w hich we
were able lo publish lh< othei stai
day, and also our .Mini: enta m
eni. We think ii,, ,,, ,]
jusl in our 1 H si nl circum
Wear
1 Jamaii
Ar-in blister's
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Poaches, Penrs,
Plums, etc. etc."
J. K. AMOUKY.
t'..iv Si
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Advertisements
XLbc tribune
THURSDAY, October 12. 1915.
PUBLISHED A r 5 P. V.
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
2nd
MAS CONTINGENT.
ty seven men were en-
rolled last night for Hie
Second Contingent, so there
remains twenty three onl to
brin-,' it up to Full strength,
which we have nodoubl
be accomplished in ll.....se
of a week.
The numbers >f men ex-
pected from the out islands
have not materialized; in tltis
conned ii n, we liave heard <>1
an in-tan. e w here open and
deliberate i ipposition to the
enlistmen of men was made,
ii such be tin case some
means of punishing the per-
itors should be found.
The Contract Tor making
the uniforms for the Contin-
gent h is been awarded Mr.
!' ird, Market Street.
I i tiling will soon begin.
re will be a Recruiting
meeting at Fox Hill tonight.
TRINITY CHURCH AND
THE STORM
I it her i in Sunday >>r Mon-
day nig*ht during one i if the
heavy gusts of wind a oin-
panying the North I astei
which begun on Mondaj
the finial .it the Eastern end
of tin Clurch roi if wasbrol n
off i el >w tlr
and fell on the landin i >p
posite the Noi th-Eastern door
of the Church prop i.
Fortunately this did not
ur during a service as i he
consequences may have b< en
very serious.
:o:
The attention of our r<
is invited to the Notice of
the Entertainment in St Agnes
School room tins evening,
(Communicated)
CRIME AND ITS PUNISHMENT
I have been a nailer of your
journal for many years, and I
read some things which Cause
me to think and think deeply
I have been very much in-
terested latterly in reading
the news from the.courts, and
1 have been sincerely thinking
whether our system of punish-
ment is right, or wttethi r it
produces the d sin 1 effe t.
deti is.
When I re i 1 of ,i case
where life has been taken, and
the pennlh awarded six
months and re id again of a
cas \\ here om cane
n stolen id I nat-
ty awarded three nonl Its, I
. I. think', I p cm d e i
St r.rti I.He six months, one
cane tiii mi mths, i an this
be true ?
In the matter of the sugar-
cane, the thief is supposed to
be refdi uied by the punish-
ment, but is he r If a Youth
he is In.iught into i ontacl
with confirmed criminals
whose inllueii' e is not calcu-
lated to improve the subject
"Evil communications coi -
rupt good mannei -. I he
impi isonment is suppi ised to
punish. I > es it ': If it does
then the punishment is in ex
i if the crime. | ane
at its highest value could not
exci ed y\. and for the value
of 3d. the Culprit is deprived
1 if liberty for three mont hs,
thrown into contact with the
vilest of humans and at the
cud of the three months "his
last state is worse than bis
first" all for 3d.
To my mind it seems that
the general public is more
punished than the culprit, F< >r
t le -a l.c 1 if ; pence the pub-
lic expends approximati ly
in :. lingcli(thing, hius-
ing .wiA g( nerally cai ing for
t he prisi m< 1.
With these facts looking
us in the fci< : I hat
1 >li 1 s\ stem of punishm il is
a right one.
At what Ii g 11 res rlo W e
value life, if we can value It
il?
Taking the same basis as
for the cane the public 1 \
pi aids 10 for a human life
Aren't we wrongsoropwhi re?
.The object of this commu-
nication is to cause an ai 1 I
of thought in the mind- 1 .f
those learned ir the law, of
those who have the "care of
souls," and of those who
make our laws.
"A human soul outvalues
the material uni\erse." This
is inv justification for my
pica for th ' who fall 111
errors ways, and who of us
that doi s not fall into errors ?
I plead for these unfortunates
lusl 1 a -'mi d with mere),
"in the course 1 if just ice
none nf us shi mid see salva-
11" and "Mercy is twice
I it blessetn him thai
1 s and him that recei>
NOTICE
rnHERE will be. a
* recruitiug" meet-
ting" at Fox Hill to-
morrow (Tuesday)
night at 8 o'clock
sharp.
R. II. C. CRAWFORD,
Commandant,
nth Octi ber, 1915.
I
POR HA.
Nassau N. P.
12th Oct, 191.5.
The Editor The Tribune
1 'car Sir,
We advertise in your paper
that we have fresh fruit by
every steamer; but out busi-
ness is injured and loss in-
flicted upon us bv the steam-
ships and their agents.
The Steamer "Matanzas"
by which we had a ;n-
inent of fruit, Pears and Ap-
ples, an ived heir 1 >u Wednes-
day- last and it was not until
Saturday afternoon and on
Mi >nday that we r< ceivi d our
appli
1 >ne would suppi ise that
fruit would be stored con-
VI. ntlv on top, ami not under
In avy freight, norat the bot-
tom of a lighter, and would
he among the first things de-
livered, we ''<> nol think that
that is too much to ask or
expect.
But the Ward Line get
their freight, and deliver the
Is "any old time" and are
absolutely indifferent as to
whet her your fruit rotSOl nol.
It makes a difference to the
imp. uter and we think that
the government should see
that the Steamship Co. earn
out their contract, one of the
Special objects of which is we
believe to faci Iitate the 11 im-
portation of fi nit and \ ege
tables.
^i' 'in-.
J. K. VMOURY fo:
Radiograms
(October nth [915.
French statement: Aftei
an i n tens e bombardment -y
with shells of various cab- ^-
bres the (ii 1 man today at-
tempted a very violent at-
tack against Loos and its


f
in and southern ap- The wreck was caused by
Be, This attack was soft track after heavy rain.
civ repulsed and its
:o:-
IIOI tl
pro
11 -h.
attackers suffered heavy Loss-
es.
In Champagne we hav<
made new and perceptible
progress to the southeast of
Tahure. More than two bun*
dred prisoners, a bomb throw-
er and some machine gnus
were captured by us.
October 12th 1915.
London, 1 ith.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Ofii< ial News:Genera]
French reports our trenches
steadily pushed foi ward I e
tween hillseventyand I lullacah.
Ground gained varying from
Ihe I uetonic invasion of five hundred to thousand yards,
Serbia is proceeding Favour-1 German trench captured east
ably. Progress in the cross-{of Hullacha.
ing
9 'if the Save Drina and ich government
t in
Danube rivers by the
man and Austrian
under Von Mackensen
reported by German
three cannon opposite Ram is
announci I.
all Rains maintained,
armies, nemy attai ks repulsi I,
being j Russian rov< rnm< ni
aili. rate! jhting near
headquarters. The capture,.1 I"1-..... s captured
pon
Enemy report
neai 1tvinsk.
After fruitless attempts on
October the fifth and sixth,
ma li by the French ti 1 pene-
trate our lines comparative
quiet reigned yesterday in the
impagne.
During oui successful ad<
trance against an ad\ an< ed
em in.- 111 sitiim to the south
of St. Mai ieapy we captun d
six officei 3 and two hunched
1 ad fifty men.
B azil: The captain of
th" British freight steamer
Sonmelinto, wbii h arrived
here yesterday from Tuxpan
report
further
report
i >\ insk,
\ ,i! ious
claim j-urc 1 SS
"6
an
thought the attacking ves el
was a (JeTman torpedo boat,
for he saw off his ship's prow,
the pi culiar wake caused by
a torp >do. The Captain said
the first shell that had struck
'us ship made a hole three
.yards long and one yard
wide.
(October 1 jtli 191 ,.
London, 10: lie Austro
Germans are in full possesion
of Belgiade and the heights
surrounding the city and are
marching bast towards the
mountains which the Serbians
last year so stubbornly defended
against the Austrians.
For some time to comi the
invadi 1-.. it is expected, will
haveto I tonl] thi n ai ;uards
hose duly itis' del pro
. for tin Serbians will
doubtli ss do as they have done
before, fall hack- until the)
reach lav.unable positions.
In fact niilj!;u\ writers here
Id not t pitched battle
mi tins front f< > ten da' s or a
fortni [hi yi t. b) ' hich tinn
Alii hii h landed at
e j< fined Ihe
MIS
The Bulg ; ians so fai as is
known have made no incursions
into Serbian territory and it is
belies ed that they will withhold-
their hands until they know
how matters go with the Aus
tl I I I
Somi Balkan authorities in
lat the Bui
will not interfere with
the movement Northward ol the
Anglo French 1 xpeditionary
',; e. fui to do SO immediate I)
uld hi ing the shell >>f war
ships into ports on the Black
and Ai gean Si as, probably fol
low d by the landing of Rus
si.ui troops at Varna and Bur
l.is. and e|' 1 ither allied !r<
at Maronia and I ledeagatch.
Greece and R< iumania remain
interested spectators although
the former has given assurance
of her benevolent neutrality to
distrnt nnd 11. the region of towards the Allies.
Souain. The French batteries Representatives of the entente
replied effectively. The Ger have furnished the (.;
Italian g< ^ 11 nment 1
on Is -ii/., 1 ..1 ;iderable
repulsi d with hea\ J
Si rbia: Enemj ha* occupi
ed HiIgi ade.
1 Signed
BONAR LAW.
Vienn 1: Vustro-< ieiman ad
vain ing fn m Belgrade I .
beaten bach Sei hems southeast
and southeast "f that city.
The british steamer Thorp
wood h.is been sunk tin; crew
are sale.
Copeuhagei : A British sub-
ma 1 ine torpi doed a (ierman
imr in,u Giedsr Lightship,
The crew are sale.
Paris: -There have been se-
and reported that she had vere bombardments by Germans
attacked at sea by an
unknown vessel, one sailoi
being killed and six wounded
in an interview declaies he
mans left seventy five hundred
de I.
The past few days there have
been unsuccessful assaults in
the vicinity of. 1.00s.
Sandiego:Lieut Taliafe..., ""'y with Serbia hut with
Aviation Corps, fell or* thou Greece as well, if the' central
eminent with inforn ation
concerning the agreement be
1 ween Bulgaria and < i< rmany
which, il is .issei ted, givi s Bill
earia a free hand to deal not
Naredo, Tex: Fourteen
Mexican passengers were Jail-
ed in a p oseiigei train run-
ning beMMsen Saltillon and
San Luisrotosi on Wednes-
day, a< cording to telegrams
received in Neuva Laredo to*
daw
mi
sand feet into the Bay. The
body lias not been recovered.
TaliaferrO recently won tiie
army duration flight record.
Washington: Four "K" sub
marines making nine knots are
ted 1 lonolulu Friday.
President Wilson speaking at
the a nniversary of ihe Bauuli
lets of tie Amei ican Re\o!ution
declared United States should,
keep out of European War not
tu avoid trouble hut preserve
from dation f"r pi t<
pow eis should will
Fighting on the various
fronts brought about little or
no change in the situation.
I The Germans, after two days
heavy lighting in u hich, ac-
cording ti> British and French
advici s, they suffered a severe
reversal, have abandoned for
the moment the attempt to
re-capture tei rib >ry won from
them by the Brit ish south of
Labassei
They i\>.> < laim howevi 1 t<1
have taki n lomi the I I
ie trenchi s Easl of Sou
and Tahure in Champagne.
Field Mai gal V"n Hinder-
: is making slow pro
in Ins operations against
Dvinsk and although he
claims ti 1 have taken mot
the Russian position- he d
not appear t, 1 lie much in
1 r the eitv than he was t
ag 1.
South of Pripit Ri\ 1 1 ami
1 in Galii 1a tl.e tide ol battle.
ebbs and Hows. First the
Russians and then the Aus
tro Germans attack, ami
1 ountei attai k. When dur
m- 'da- Summer, miles of
country would change hands
in a day, now it is .1 question
of defending some is< >lat< I
villa] The heaviness "I
tin- klads doubtless is respin
sible h>r this.
MISS ALLARDYCE
will open
Tin AI lacs,,) Tea Sale iii
aid of
The Bahamas Contingent
Fund by
The King (1 irgi 's Volun-
ti er- at
Th'- Police Barracks Gn iunds
on
Tuesday, [9th inst. at ; p.m'.
T a, Ice-Cream, Cake, I'
si 1 ves, Aprons, Dusting-
Caps and other Net die
work will be offered "ii
the various tabli S.
The Polii e Band will be in
attendance.
The Admission: Children
id.. Adults 1 ,|.
\()U are particularly invited
To come and Spend
N
BIG REDUCTION IN PRCIES
of
FRESH MEET.
[""UK undersigned will sell
at Block No, 6 in the City
Meat Market {rom tin 1 pii
inst. fresh meat at the follow-
ing prices viz:
I'm ef Stake at .lod. ] >. 1 lb.
Roast Beef at irxl. .. lb.
Slewing at iit. ,, lb,
Mutton ., lb.
Pork7d. .. lb.
dVA ROKEtt.


' ' *
ENTERTAINMENT.
TIIERE will be given in
St. Vmi, i Church Hall
Tuesday o i. i 2th an "Kv n-
ing performance" for the
benefit of Bahamas Contin-
gent I in;.!
Among the items of the pro-
gramme, is i!h- interesting
capture of Capt4
i Smith by the Indians in
;i \ irginian jungle in [(
Admission i .
Doors open p. ra. Cur-
tain 8 p. in.
Exeursion
TRIP TO
Eleuthera
MOTOR boat "Ranger*
f< (ii >\ i :ii' irs I [arbour
ami Savannah Sound I., aving
Raws n Sq. Saturd iy 16th at
10.30 p.m. r< turning on 1
day.
Round Trip 10s.
Furtherin formation will be
giveo
at C. J. I ribson's B irberShop
.|" | Bay St.
For Rent
A SIX room cottage with
bath attai ar Pri-
son and Eorl Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LAfNG,
Blue Hill St.
White Lime
I AM offering FOK SALE
my entire stock of White
1 .irae of about ?< 10 bushels
at 6d. per busheL
(Orders I< ft at Mr. Solomon
Fuilayson, I leveaux St. or
'lu.ni' 2 ;8 or "The Tribune"
>ffice.
Josiaii Raiiminc
W- A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
Dl- SIRI- S to inform his fi icnds
and tin' Public tlmtN e has
i i ;i i implete outfit "I
; ities f.>-. the buism ot an un-
. liicli places hirn in a
ion la carrj out Funerals that
be ent i usti I to Ii ca re with
1 icii; and res
fully solicits theii patronage Gel
! j !': ices first ai rl prove that I
i lie vei v lowest for the first class
work.
IN 2 PIECE and
UNION SUITS.
SANITARY
COOL
RELIABLE
SOLD BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
Patriotic I
Entertainment"
under the patronage of
His Excellency the Gover-
nor and Mrs. A Hardy cc
liv the children of
The Victoria School
in
St. Andrew's Hall
Friday, October 15th
Admission : 1 shillin
D001 0 n at 7.30
Commen i'clock
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Jo'insoiVs PrP!'"'"" V
pteis 6nisb and i"..... '<>i lul ''""'
wi artwork and ii mis.
Johnson's Wood Dye tol th artistic
coloring of all wood, soft or haw
Johnson's Under Luc-- a pint
fiaiih, very much luperi to shellac w
\ uiii-.ii
Johnson's Flr.1 Wood Finish-fi.ra
lutiful, artistic, band-rubbod '-II" I
w ithout tin- expense "I rubhina.
Johnson's I'asti Wood Filler
filling the grain ai
lie)>.t in-.: i4 foi tin- finish.
Johnson's Powdered W\ lor bal
id.Mii Boors.
FOR SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
I
Rope
Rope
j
GASOLINE
In Drums Eleven pen
per Gallon.
Ten Gallon Can Om Shil
ling pei (i-illnn
C. C. S.\U.W>ERS
i 1 1 \H V v
Nassau X. 1\
April, i;,ili id;'5,
^FjB noons
i I ill-; LIMN STORE.J
HAve Received
'I'll' Latest Spring Novelty
THE NEW "LAVE" :;ETS
Guaranteed Untarnishable,
and Washable.
Suitable For Waists, Yokes,
Dress< -. Milliwery.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Ecru and
Gold, Ilel'ioliopc and Gold,
Saxe Blue and Gold. Gold
Silver and Crystal Tassels,
While, Cream, and Ecru Bre
tbnne Nets, adow N'i ts,
I ire Nets, Overalls, Point
d'Esprit, Pleated Net Huch
ings.
W;. I .' Marquisett r.
Black and Wh nd and
While, Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, WI 1 :' ilin,
tloii
Whit* Washing ilk.
'Sill Ci i' L'"tlou Cn
I M : ', 1: 1
ope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A I'd 1.1. lim <>l ei 300
i' lock and
delivi r< d fr< nn 111 Wareh
in Nassau al N< Y< irk pri< es
plus I'dei Duty.
Buy here vi New
York" < .Inter st
and lli ig.
Chas. E. Ai
Ag< nt.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Here's An Oppor-
tunity that yu cannot
iuiiiij af[Qrd tQ losc
If You want to Economize.
If you want a First Class
1 [lit.
If you wain to be n
nized. I'm- i'.< !k-t-
tlii.'l niollcN ,\,n b
Safest and the CluMfet.
. 'fhe
Shingles
Bi st No. 1 Hi -nt 5in. Cypn
Shingles al 1 ihoua
sand of 20 b
1 liscounl on l< I >vei
500 shingles.
Special Price
also on r*he; er gradi al >o
5'm. L'\ pn s al :'' .72 per
thousand of 20 bundle'-. This
price made pos ible by a very
lai
Fresh st C C sAUNDERS.
BEACON
1 II Ej
KEROSEII MANTLE
LAMPS 'No BURNERS
nre reo
.si.1 n.l.irc
cent U
worlil.
I 011,1
llNrrM. ,
I: Ill
fill. 1*1
llKllI 01
1>|"M r.
lied nn tho
IncuiMl.n-
mps of tho
Made
brass.
Iin:i:t i,
0 mi.n.-.i
drll*atrd.
1 a power-
ant whlto
00 caadle-
lurna com-
mon 001 nil. Casts
-at for l
only 1
hours..
HrliA than gra.
.lectrUjtt or alz or-
dinary Ii npa at -
i>ih to 1 ir-tpath the
coat.
ntlrely of
o r 'uL>- In
nrea.iallH
and c'i rrhes. No
odor, n noise: safe.
Him pi* id clean-
There M only one
< i!e ixon. I Insist on
navlna* ll
Home Supp ly Co.
T. M. Knowles
523 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Cai. ages, also to n set, and
i them.
11 lion Guaranti 1 d:
KANSAS CITY
For Silo By
Thos. E Na
1
j 14C11UISH! St., Nim
Special Terms given if 1 1 DM ami know all oH
derfal Lamp.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
.1
MO.
3IE-
;iu, N.P.
'. Write
tliis wiin-
Si


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