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1 1 L. GILBKR9 DUPUCH, F.ditnr .ind Proprii OPFIOK Corner Shirley & CKnrlnlte Sla Sattau, .V. P., Bahama* 'PHONK 280. I', o. HOX [63. to ponder our prison system in your columns has opened a question which may well lead to a few changes "-ix months for manslaughter, three months stealing a sugar cane annuls vli.it u n j u s t, hut ;i more proportionate length <>f does no! really help matters. That is not the solu tion. Tl ere are ci s hei judge might ish i > i rdo i mui lerer and re a life sentence would nol be too ; much Foi individual petty of' The man u h A u it sugar cane in Fa< l steal [ %  !• i ", il • > : lino, a p nny in tl i of the pub ^;;. P"!lic. He is a type of an evil PRISON AND PRISONERS stem anyway,) that is more The citizen who was inspired | than the value of a whole criPUBLISHED DAILY RATES Mon lay, We Inesday and Fiiday ... i ... ..ii I I hurs lay Satui lay single copy ly Monthly lerly rearly Yearly Id %  d 5s Fund; and not to the|P resa ,ili; l ,ul)l 'c's disapproval by punishing severely the occasional case which comes before his notice. N i here is there a penal s\ stem which m wicked man turn from his wicki dness %  i\\<.\ do that which is right, or even lawful, but with a little thought the idle wastrels who do render thenwdves liable to public vengeance might at least be made useful. Here where men an BO badly needed to char and till the land, the convicts might 3uil ibly be employed to prepare the way for honest farmers and the paramount duty of arranging the seats for the hand con erts be relegated to the Boy Scouts. The maintenance of gaily dressed con victs in our streets is a luxury which the Colony should do without in these times of stress. Other colonies succeed in (linking their delinquents self support i n g purveyors of food, clothing, and building material. Why should ,i three months sen• a. e '• %  >si Pi I rate : when it in: (hi pav him ? Five which is more serious than an occasional crime passionel. I le is i le symbol of that petty ; ferir.g which mak 5 HI intol II who have ti • live near thai kind of criminal. In tl i %  country he is evei yw I to ti ifling to b ithi r ah nit, i crept in principle can go to the Comoffice at minal in nine cases out of ten Why spend ii on n'vi nghiml ter food clothes and house 1 than he is often an ust. niicd to ? II prison js for reformation let iidevise a way t<> make iI cient, if for punishment, lei the naughty oi es be put in ch< of a man from torn lere < mil for :h< lice, who i to it that the criminal cut leain.'i! %  lmh n iw as useful I . 1 result would b to the :c. STEPHEN II W, i [S. 73 I-.. i %  Si Notice J O R E men arc wanted for the 2nd Bahamas Contingent. Volunteers Ice House. We have experienced such days, latterly, with this difference that the ice was denied us, the exp will not be over hard one, particularly if the day set apart should happen lo be a cool one. The Motor "Frances F." left for Miami on Sunday morning. —:o: — A fire occurred early on Monday morning, in M irket St. S., when an unoccupied house was destroyed. —:o;— A large congregation attended the United Service at the Cathedtal last evening when an npprnpiiate sermon was preached by the Rev. H. W. Wei gal I. The offertory amounted to nearly £10. The October Si ssion of the Supreme Court begins t irnorrow. mandant's any titi:e. Volunteer and DO IT NOW R 121I1 Oct. 1915. A NEW DEPARTURE. REED ORQAN BUILT AT RAGGED ISLAND. I'or some time past i me of the enterprising men of the 1 own Captain Horai e Wilson—has been experiment in building a Reei I pounds If we \ %  %  I e • ml [which is ti it profiting I v a Keed Organ, which is now bom pie te, and has proven quite a sine, ss. Nothing was purchased, except what w as absolutely v. viz., reeds, rubber for bellows, and springs for. Even to the experienced ye, it could no! but be taken at first sight f \t the regular factory turn-out. fhe workmanship ai:d finish is perfect, and' does cr< dit to the builder, as a thorough workman, who, I understand, never served a day's apprenttc< ship at any trade. The material purchase^ came from the Cornish ()o, The toneof the Instrument t, although having but, one set of reeds.—This is the first complete organ, built in the Bahamas, that I kiiA of, and il not the 1 W11 ve thereare not many others who arc able t< 1 b< %  1st of a likeachieve nt in the Co1 n y. Mr. Wilson certainly de%  ; \ s ti 1 I)'' complimented and 1 ti. ouraged for what he has accomplished I' h 1 first attempt, in this Inn ; ai d the Instrument is woi thy t he in•. 'ii of all visitors to I island. CORRESPON! I'.NT. WAR REFUGEES 0OMMITTEE. 11 _• Strand VV. C Clothing th 1915. Mrs. T. S il;!'. 1, idam, Again 1 am writing to ik you all most cordially lor your further gift >| clothing for th<' Refugi es. How d you all are woi king for us in tia war 1 ontiiniously. In n tell you how much your work is appn 1 iated. Lady ILmmott hersell has been specially shown what you ai<' doing foi us and she was very gratified. She i head of the Clothing I >ej ; that is to say w in Ri eesare dressed and she sometimes comi sovei hi re to a e us unpai king, v ive of >-an parcels this tun had stamps on tbi in and 5 ou raav inten sted to hi .n that 1 wasable to sell thi se toa si 1 ip neat us and that I got ss. I I. for them, this money goes to our clothing fund. b.ven I tie helps! Again thanking you all most gratefully foi vourwajuable help; we do so lo< I for%  '.\ aid to these parcels now. 1 >n< day I must mak. ou out a hst of all the foreign pi that we have id eivi d ;ifl > From, if this would iuti 1 an\ one. Yours faithfully, W. T. NICIIOI.I.s. IN THE MAGISTRATES COfJjiT. 27. Harold M'lvin bethel wound —rFined £i IOJ month. rRATE3 COUIT. '•iiiaiidb^p/^i,,. inilawRilb did or one 11



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^*n Muriel Catto—Assaultin \; free! Eldoa by throwing a si a1 ,Aim—Bound in her own radBhizance in £$ to keep the pea • % %  for three months. 38. Cyrus Gre :n—Larceny of a gun value £1 goods and chattels of T. M. Knowles -one month. David Thurstoii Larceny of is. 6'.d. moneys of Thom 1 vis —10 str Elizabeth Armbrit ter —As dting Sutherland Rolle l 1. and ;-. 6d. c >sts or 10 I. Robert (ire< n I. Drunk in Bay Si ;S. or 1 days. II. Using profane and inde cent language in Baj St. "i 1 III. Assaulting Lance 5ei g Smithwick in the exi cut ion ol his duty—20s. >>r i8days. Peter Johnson %  -1 fling pri fane and indi 11 language in Mai ket 5t. (South ;s, or 21 days. Ethel Walkei -Using language in sight and hearing of persons inpublicSt towards Ethelinda Sweeting tending toa breach of the pe ice B >und in her own recognizance in £10 with one M urity in the like sum to keep .the pe u %  f ir 3 months an I 3 s Georgiana I lumes —Assault ing and be iting Constance Brown —Ordered to pay 3s. 6d. Costs. 1 111 Saundcr., Vernal Moss, and Samuel Wilson—Found in the 1 lo I vard of W. J. Pin der (No. 1 Wharf) between the hours of 1 2 aad 1 a.m an 1 1111 able to give a lawful excuse for being there—Each ordered to receive B strokes of the lama rind p d. 30. Cyrus Armbrister—Larce ny of a helmet value 1 ts the property of the Rev. Wilfn I Stanhope Lovell -—6 months. Oct. 1. George Alburv—As saulting rind beating Charles I laven—Bound in his ov ognizance in £$ with one Sure ty in £5 to keep the peace for 3 months and pay 2s. tow ards Costs. James Ross, and Cyril DeanLarceny of QS. 8$d. moneys of James Sinclair—Ross sen tenced to 4 months imprison ment and to receive 6strokes on his admission, and 6 on being disclfcuged— Dean Q strokes. Lilian Leadon—Breach Lot teries and Gaming Act 1905 — £2 or o^fc ^ ith. Jane I)i 1 ibe -Using pro fane language in sight and hearing of persons in Devenux St. — 18s. or 1 ; days 1 Berlin Pinder, and Samue Pratt—Fighting in sight of pei sons in Hay St. East Eai 6d or 10 days 2. Hezekiah Balfour—Assault ing and beating Edward M Naughten—Bound in his own ognizance in £$ to keep the ice f^r 3 months and pay )S. its. William J hns in \ lull ing and j Ellen Wright— j 1 os. or 8 da; \I iry R ilh %  1' Ian mage in sight .1 id hi ai ing ol pei in I iurhood William I 'i ml tig to a breach of the peace -Disrn Lovelj Rnlli \ lect ing to appear ai the Ma te's Court ice as a witness after having been duly summon Fined IOS. Trafalgar Day Tin* public are invited to a GARDEN FETE at QOVERMENT HOUSE on Thursday afternoon 21 st October From 3.30 to 3.30 In aid of THE BRITISH RED CROSS Admission: -Adaults I I. Children y\. Radiograms October i.Sth 1915. London, U>th:— Roumania has joined Greece in declining to enlarge the field of conflict in the Near-East by declaring officially that the Roumanian government intends to preset sti ict neutrality. This step followed close on intimation from unofficial German SOUrCfS that it was time that I'mcaresl gave definite indication of Roumanias stand in view of the latest developments in the Balkans. From a German source arso 'limes a report that the British and) French Ministers aie leaving Athens, but this report is without confirmation and is discredited her. Unofficial reports from Petrograd say the (lerm 1 1 • appear to I be on defensive along the entir 0 line except that section nea Dvinsk which it was said they had been ordered to capture at any cost. Berlin however reportsjRussian attacks not only before Dvinsk but a number of other places and adds that lie y have been repul Tie atta all compri armj group j of Field Marshal Von 1 lindi n bur %  which i tal en I : that tie 1 something in the nature of a 'general offensive along th< : fr nit of which 1 K'insk foi 1 %  % %  ut. Along the W istein front 1, isolated bom!. atta< ks I ha\ with \ai %  fortui Italy again is n pot t< d to be I on the vi of joining hi 1 Allies in the Balkan cam%  n while tinIn in ii and British continue to land troi Solonika for the army which will be under %  imraand ol ( i eneral ;!. rhe former chief of the French armv of the Ori 1 Jei mans announce thai their foro S continue to make headway against the Serbians whose positions South of Semendra have been stormed. The Bulgarians are said to have forced the frontier 1 idges at several points between Negotin and Strum ikl. That Bulgaria does not antici pate any hostile action by 1 ireece is indicated by adv from liucaiest that Greece has purchased large amounts of wheat from Roumania which will be permitted passage through Bulgarian territory. El Paso, Texas, 16:—A re port that General Villa had bi en killed was brought to El Paso early today by a Mexican who just arrived from Carsa ( i rande. Ao ordi to the ston Villa was shot in a fight when dissatisfac tion broke out at Villa army In adquarters yesterday. Another report brought by an American passengV said that on Friday Vilfa was being tried by a court mar tial and that the trial was still in progress when the train li fi Ca a Grade. October 19th 1915. London, 18th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—The French government report further en< my attacks near Souchez repulsed. l'i isitionsin ( i iv< nchy wo extended and consolidated. Enemy trenchi s wut v ing by an Austrian sul 1 i MI It is reported that enty onep d ct wi re lost. Six of the ci were wounded by shell fit Lapanne, Belgium:— Th< 1 was terrible bombardment by the Germans on Saturday and Sunday night on the front especially near I 'ixmude and Vpn-s. Tu 1 man infantry attacks v. repulsed by Belgian infantry and artillery. London: — The Allies have landed troops at Enos on the AegeanSea, European Tu: close to Bulgarian bordi and have seized the railroad. The Allies and Serbians have aptured the B ilgarian tow n of Strumitsa fifty miles North' west of Salonika. Berlin:—Serbian forces in the Macoa district N irthwestern Serbia are beginn to retreat. The Austin German advance continues South of Belgrade and progress is being made in the Pozarevac sector. Bulgarians are successful on tiie Eastern border of Sei bia. Paris: -The French lasl night repulsed three Gei man attacks Northeast of Souche/. 1 H 1



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not feel it as the mi re graphic since it walks among the tram way lines and lamp posts of a life like <>nr own ; if there lie anyone who does not feel thai to be caught napping abo II' Igium is like being caught robbing one's n other on hei deathbed ; there siill remains n I ol brutal c passion foi bodily pain, winch has i half-admitted I: re a id thi re ev< 11 by the oppn s> rs the n selvi s ll we do not do a gi m re even than we have already done, it may y< i b< -.11 1 of US that We left it to th v ry ul tion t that it did not bleed t" 'h 1 therefore plead for fnrlher I" \\> for i ie Members ol National C< immitti e n ho hue taken this duty up m them selves. All 5u sci iptions can < : • I t>> th.' Treasurer I r B lildings, Trafal gar Square, London, < r to Lo c d Committees where tl.i > have form* d. Yours faithfuMv <; K. cHKsfiiR n i\ Overroads, Beai .M s field, Bucl %  S111 August, 10:5. IN 2 PIECE and UNION SUITS SANITARY COOL R E L IA B L E SOLD BY Notice • )n and after the i.ftli itist. wo will he offering to our Customers and the Public, moats at the following pi ass : Roast and Steak at iod. Beef Brisket at 8d Mutton at 8d. Pork at 7d. We will also have on hand meats to he sold at our usual prie. DJ. & R.M. DeGREGORY. For Rent A SIX room cottage with hath attached, near Prison ami I'oit Fincastle. Apply JOS. LAING, Blue Hill St. Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. Rope Rope Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Lical Hope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A I'd LI. line of o\ ei 300 i • in sto :k nd delivered from air NVai in Nassau at New York pi plus Freight and Duty. Buy here ami save New York Commission, Interest and the trouble of ordering. ClIAS. I'!. Al.HfRV. Agent. I AM offering F< >K SALE my entire sto, k of White I ime of about 800 bushels at 6d. i'oi bushel. Orders left at Mr. Solomon Finlayson, Deveaux St. or p ooi 2 |8 or "The 1'ribune" oil. I iSIAH RAHMING Shingles l No. i Heart 5m. Cyj Shingles at per ihons sand of 20 bundles I hscounts mi i' vei i shingles. Special Price als i rheapei grades 3m. Cypress at $l thousand 1 if 2< bundles. I his price made p -.slide by a ven large purchase. Fresh sti ick arriving even W.i I.. C. C SAUNDEUS. Look! Office Boy Wanted. Apply K M PATTERSON. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wil-I plete finish and polish for all furniture woodwork and Boon. Johnson's Wood Dye forth* irtntu coloring of ill wood, soft or har.l Johnson's Under Luc a spirit finish, very much wperiot u< sbetlsuc or \. 11 ni'-li Johnson's Flat Wood Finish f ra Ix'.-.utiful, aii id-rubbad effect without the rubl >n :. Johnson's Hast. Wood Fillerfor Riling the gra in end porei of wood proparinu •< f"i the 6i>ish. Jol.-ison's Powdered Wnx foi lial too in Hours. FOR SALF; BY Chas. E. Albury TLS vmm (Tl T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepared to supply Rubber Tiros for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and trepan them. batisfai tion Guarauli ed. IXI'.N' STOR1 and jp mi) miffiCQS Have Received The Lati st Spring Movelty THE NEW -LAVE" tlETS Guaranteed I Intarnishebli and Washable. Suitable for Waists, Y< .'. I 1 ses, Millim 1 \. White and Black, White and Silver, Black and Silver, White and Gold Ecru and Gold, Heliotrope and Gold, Saxe Blur; and Gold. Gold Silver and Crystal Tas White, Cream, and Ecru Bre tonne Nets, Shadow Nets, Lace Nets, Overalls, Point d'Esprit, Pleati d Nel Ruch ings. Washable Marquisettes. Black and White, Sand and White, Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, White Poplin, double width. White Washing Silk. Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe. May 1st, 1915. Foreigner: I haven't tasted a well cooked meal since [*\ e !.i en in Nassau, v Nassauvian: Have you Mvr tried Isaac Roberts on East Has St.? Foreigner: No. Nassauvian: Try him once and you will try him always. All ar?. welcome Com now if v on want tii t. ti the of the b< 11 >ol< Nassau^ e\ ei prod in oil. Just Received by This Steamer Fresh American Fruit. Peaches, rs, Plums, etc. etc. J. K. AMQUhY. il.i v St n 1 t. Here's An Opportunity* ll,:lt y u cannot luiinj afiofd iQ / ,. sc If You want to Eo iu>mize. If you want a First Cl I Light. If you want to i>< nized. Use the Besi l-jghi thin money can haw I he Safest and the Cheapest. BEACON I H F KEROSENE MANTLE LAMPS M BURNERS nro rrroKniz %  > %  %  < for l lioi:. s. nri liter than p-is, 11 r I .; %  < :il imf"'.1,1 (i. i>ri'-tcnth Ike NMi r : 11 Ir.-l >of For UM in ;. Ma and 1 1 lo almplfe ll* n. onlv one SB 1 on For Results Advertise in The Tribune. Home Supply Co. KANSAS CITY, MD. For Sale By THOS. E NABBIE# 14 CHRISTIE ST., Nassau, N.P. S| 111,il Terma eivenif rrqui ited. Wntc Of see DM and know nil 11I1 ut ^^fonlerful Lamp. Williams' Shoes Are Better ••



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N\illivi& .-.el', ru (virnro in veiba mo.Klwtrl Betnt: bound tnswenr to the !>• %  ••n<\. of no M;\->| VOL. XII. \..sau. N. P.. lifthMims. TUESDAY, October. 19. 1415 J BELGIAN RELIEF j %  —>^ 7o 77ic iylitor. SIR, — I hope ou will jranl me spuce i" saj a few %  %  | Belgians still in 14111m. The a dm the National Commit tei Reliel in Belgium are going a lone; way to avert famine, but if the million ami a half destitute Belgium arc to ho kepi alive the National Committee must Wave yet Further support. The only conceivable cause old ubt in the matter must lie in a re ere weariness in well doing, pro duced not by any intellectual difficulty but by such wholly unintellectual things as time and fatigue, I think, therefore, the best way of preventing any possible neglect of so great a matter is to repeat once more the great truths upon which rested the whole original claim. not so much on our sympatb} as on common honesty. The simplicity and enormitv of the Belgian story can best be set forth, perhaps, in four truisms, all toweringly self evident F'irst, of COUlSe, the mere bad ness of the story is almost too big to be held in the mind. There have been s'ories of a woman nr n child actually rob bed of reason for life by the mfre ocular shocknf some re volting cruelty done in their presence. There was really a d.uv.^u n,f something of the kind paran^W? our protest against the largest and, by the help of I fi I, tl last <>l the 1 i imes of the Prussian Kings. The on loci.' rs 1 een struck into a sort ol gi bbering im Wi lability, by 1 efensible finality ol ilufoul stro ;e. We had no ma< hines that could measure the stunning directness of the blow from hell. We could hardly realise an enormous pub lie act which the actor did not wish tn excuse, but only to execute. Yet such an act was the oi cup ition of Belgium : almi >st only ,-,ot in history for which there was quite simply and li terally nothing to be said. Bad history is the whole basis of Prussia : but even in bad histo ry the Prussians could find no precedent and no palliation : and the more intelligent Prussians did not try A few so feeble minded as to say thej had found dangerousdo< un in Brussels, as if what they had done could possibly be excused bj things they did not know when they did it. This almost piteous lapse in argument was, however, covered up bv the cleverer Prussians as quickly as might be, They prefer/i d to stand without a rag of reason on them than with such a rag as that. Before we come to the monstrous material Suffering, there is in the existing situation an abstract unreason, nay an abstract insanity, which the rain of man must nol bear. A nightmare must not abide to The tinii of I 'uissian victory that n mains will make us tbinl >mething hicli im t to be thought of: ol like ry "f tin %  vei mankind, md, it must b< i mbered that tliinand1 has b en iicin'up ai a 1 H 1 iple 1 >f such proxunit) and Familial ity that there cannot be any mistake about tin; matter. There is some shad>wy justification fin 1 lie omparative indifference to the wroi %  F' i pies : for it U isj fi a us to -. how much s|a\ erj shi i 1 %  %  "i cannibalism a cam;i %  %  il. I 'lit the innki and 1 I l\ as t he innkei pers and sinof Dover would feel. We have to im igine a I irehistoric cruelty coming suddenly upon a scene which was civilised and almost common place. Imagine tigers bn aking out of the Zoological Gardens anl eating all the people in Albany Street; imagine Ped Indians exhibited at Olympia literally scalping every passer by from thai place to I lamn i i smith Broadway : imagine Jack the Ripper crowned king of White* hapel and conducting x cutions in broad daylight outside the Tube station at Aidgate ; imagine as much as \ OU 1 if what is violent and contradictory in an over turn of all modern life by troglodytes ; and lyou arc still falling short of this fearful Belgian scene m that familiar Belgian sceni ry. It is idle to talk of exaggi ra tions or •misrepresentations about a case so eh e to us Chinese tortures may not be quite so Fantastic as travi Hers tell us : Siberia may not be SO d< olate as its fugitives say it is : but we could no more in vent such a massacre irj Belgium than we could a massacre in NO. 374. B lham. The things ofsh imeless shame that have been done 1 are somethin i than 1 digies, worse than nightma worst than de\ ill u • ; thi 5 a re Third, this ] 11 pie heard of daily have endi this unheard of thing : and 1 11rlured it for us. Thenare countless cases for c | ion among the bewildering and I heartrending by-products of 1 this war: but this is nol a case :ompassion. This is a < for that mere working minimum of a sense of honour that in. IIS 1 e| !\ a poor man w ho advanced his las! pi nn\ I ; ttei we U&\ to [11 this rrs| -lands alone ; and the i laims : of othi i Allies 1 well stand aside till she is paid to the uttermost farthing. Tl has been self-s everj u here else : but it \ rifice of individuals, eai h for his own country : the Serbian dying foi Si rbia, or the Itali m for Italy. But the Belgian did not merely die For Belgium. linn died (or Europe. No1 only was the soldier sacrifi for the nation ; the nation was nkind. It is a sacrifice whi< h is. I think, quite unique even among Christians : and quite inconceivable among I i ns. if we even privately utti r a murmur, or even privati ly grudge a i" nny lor bind ing the wounds of so solitary ami exceptional a martyr, we ourselves shall be some thing almost as solitary and i xcep tioii.il. We shall perhi p be nearest to the state of thai un speakable sociol :*'• %  t who | suadeil his wife to partake of a simultaneous suicide ; and then himself cheerfully lived on. FciUTlh : If thc:c be anyone on this earth who does not find the final success of such crime more than the mind can bear ; if there be anvon who does Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes r


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N\illivi& .-.el', ru (virnro in veiba mo.Klwtrl
Betnt: bound tnswenr to the !> n<\. of no M;\->|
VOL. XII.
\..sau. N. P.. lifthMims. TUESDAY, October. 19. 1415
J BELGIAN RELIEF j
>^
7o 77ic iylitor.
Sir, I hope ou will jranl
me spuce i" saj a few
| Belgians still in
14111m. The a dm
the National Commit tei
Reliel in Belgium are going a
lone; way to avert famine, but if
the million ami a half destitute
Belgium arc to ho kepi alive
the National Committee must
Wave yet Further support. The
only conceivable cause old ubt
in the matter must lie in a re ere
weariness in well doing, pro
duced not by any intellectual
difficulty but by such wholly
unintellectual things as time
and fatigue, I think, therefore,
the best way of preventing any
possible neglect of so great a
matter is to repeat once more
the great truths upon which
rested the whole original claim.
not so much on our sympatb}
as on common honesty. The
simplicity and enormitv of the
Belgian story can best be set
forth, perhaps, in four truisms,
all toweringly self evident
F'irst, of COUlSe, the mere bad
ness of the story is almost too
big to be held in the mind.
There have been s'ories of a
woman nr n child actually rob
bed of reason for life by the
mfre ocular shock- nf some re
volting cruelty done in their
presence. There was really a
d.uv.^u n,f something of the kind
paran^W? our protest against
the largest and, by the help of I
fi I, tl last <>l the 1 i imes of
the Prussian Kings. The on
loci.' rs 1 een struck
into a sort ol gi bbering im
Wi lability, by
1 efensible finality
ol ilu- foul stro ;e. We had no
ma< hines that could measure
the stunning directness of the
blow from hell. We could
hardly realise an enormous pub
lie act which the actor did not
wish tn excuse, but only to exe-
cute. Yet such an act was the
oi cup ition of Belgium : almi >st
only ,-,ot in history for which
there was quite simply and li
terally nothing to be said. Bad
history is the whole basis of
Prussia : but even in bad histo
ry the Prussians could find no
precedent and no palliation :
and the more intelligent Prus-
sians did not try A few
so feeble minded as to say thej
had found dangerousdo< un
in Brussels, as if what they had
done could possibly be excused
bj things they did not know
when they did it. This almost
piteous lapse in argument was,
however, covered up bv the
cleverer Prussians as quickly as
might be, They prefer/i d to
stand without a rag of reason
on them than with such a rag
as that. Before we come to the
monstrous material Suffering,
there is in the existing situation
an abstract unreason, nay an
abstract insanity, which the
! rain of man must nol bear. A
nightmare must not abide to
The tinii of
I 'uissian victory that n mains
will make us tbinl >me-
thing hicli i- m t to be thought
of: ol like
ry "f tin vei mankind,
md, it must b< i mber-
ed that tlii- nand- 1 has b en
iicin'- up ai a 1 h 1 iple 1 >f such
proxunit) and Familial ity that
there cannot be any mistake
about tin; matter. There is
some shad>wy justification fin
1 lie omparative indifference to
the wroi F' i
pies : for it U isj fi a us to
-. how much s|a\ erj shi i
1 "i cannibalism a cam;i
' il. I 'lit the innki and
1 I
l\ as t he innkei pers and
sin- of Dover would
feel. We have to im igine a
I ire-historic cruelty coming sud-
denly upon a scene which was
civilised and almost common
place. Imagine tigers bn aking
out of the Zoological Gardens
anl eating all the people in
Albany Street; imagine Ped
Indians exhibited at Olympia
literally scalping every passer
by from thai place to I lamn i i -
smith Broadway : imagine Jack
the Ripper crowned king of
White* hapel and conducting
x cutions in broad daylight
outside the Tube station at Aid-
gate ; imagine as much as \ OU
1 if what is violent and con-
tradictory in an over turn of all
modern life by troglodytes ; and
lyou arc still falling short of
this fearful Belgian scene m
that familiar Belgian sceni ry.
It is idle to talk of exaggi ra
tions or misrepresentations
about a case so eh e to us
Chinese tortures may not be
quite so Fantastic as travi Hers
tell us : Siberia may not be SO
d< olate as its fugitives say it
is : but we could no more in
vent such a massacre irj Belgium
than we could a massacre in
NO. 374.
B lham. The things ofsh ime-
less shame that have been done
1 are somethin i than
1 digies, worse than nightma
worst than de\ ill u ; thi 5 a re
Third, this ] 11 pie
heard of daily have endi
this unheard of thing : and 1 11-
rlured it for us. Then- are
countless cases for c | ion
among the bewildering and
I heartrending by-products of
1 this war: but this is nol a case
:ompassion. This is a <
for that mere working minimum
of a sense of honour that in.
iis 1 e| !\ a poor man w ho
advanced his las! pi nn\ I ;
ttei we U&\ to
[11 this rrs|
-lands alone ; and the i laims
: of othi i Allies 1 well
stand aside till she is paid to
the uttermost farthing. Tl
has been self-s everj
u here else : but it \
rifice of individuals, eai h for
his own country : the Serbian
dying foi Si rbia, or the Itali m
for Italy. But the Belgian did
not merely die For Belgium.
linn died (or Europe. No1
only was the soldier sacrifi
for the nation ; the nation was
nkind. It is a
sacrifice whi< h is. I think, quite
unique even among Christians :
and quite inconceivable among
I i ns. if we even privately
utti r a murmur, or even pri-
vati ly grudge a i" nny lor bind
ing the wounds of so solitary
ami exceptional a martyr, we
ourselves shall be some thing
almost as solitary and i xcep
tioii.il. We shall perhi p be
nearest to the state of thai un
speakable sociol :*' t who |
suadeil his wife to partake of a
simultaneous suicide ; and then
himself cheerfully lived on.
FciUTlh : If thc:c be anyone
on this earth who does not find
the final success of such crime
more than the mind can bear ;
if there be anvon who does
Wear
Ar-mbrister's
Shoes
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L. GILBKR9 DUPUCH,
F.ditnr .ind Proprii
OPFIOK
Corner Shirley & CKnrlnlte Sla
Sattau, .V. P., Bahama*
'PHONK 280. I', o. HOX [63.
to ponder our prison system in
your columns has opened a
question which may well lead
to a few changes "-ix months
for manslaughter, three months
stealing a sugar cane annuls
vli.it u n j u s t, hut ;i
more proportionate length <>f
does no! really help
matters. That is not the solu
tion. Tl ere are ci s hei
judge might ish i > i rdo i
mui lerer and re a
life sentence would nol be too
; much Foi individual petty of'
The man u h
a u it sugar cane in Fa< l steal
[' ! i"-,'il..... >: lino,a p nny in tl i of the pub
^;;. ..... P"!lic. He is a type of an evil
PRISON AND PRISONERS stem anyway,) that is more
The citizen who was inspired | than the value of a whole cri-
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TUESDAY. October 19.1915.
$W PUBLISHED AI 5 P.M.
We pass along a i
. thai has been given to us annum however, from cane, si
that som day beset apart as sal, cocoanut tl aid from
Self-denial Day in aid of the servants who
Red Cross Fund, on winch everything eatable bj the half
day our daily expenditure for cupful must be consi
Ice should be o'iven to the Red ud a magistrate can only ex-
1 >s Fund; and not to the|Presa ,ili; l,ul)l'c's disapproval
by punishing severely the occa-
sional case which comes before
his notice.
N i here is there a penal
s\ stem which m wicked
man turn from his wicki dness
i\\<.\ do that which is right, or
even lawful, but with a little
thought the idle wastrels who
do render thenwdves liable to
public vengeance might at least
be made useful. Here where
men an bo badly needed to
char and till the land, the con-
victs might 3uil ibly be employ-
ed to prepare the way for hon-
est farmers and the paramount
duty of arranging the seats for
the hand con erts be relegated
to the Boy Scouts. The main-
tenance of gaily dressed con
victs in our streets is a luxury
which the Colony should do
without in these times of stress.
Other colonies succeed in (link-
ing their delinquents self sup-
port i n g purveyors of food,
clothing, and building material.
Why should ,i three months sen-
a. e ' >si Pi i rate :
when it in: (hi pav him ? Five
which is more serious than an
occasional crime passionel. I le
is i le symbol of that petty ;
ferir.g which mak 5 HI intol
II who have ti live
near thai kind of criminal. In
tl i country he is evei yw I
to ti i-
fling to b ithi r ah nit, i crept in
principle can go to the Com-
office at
minal in nine cases out of ten !
Why spend ii on n'vi nghiml
ter food clothes and house1 than
he is often an ust.niicd to ?
II prison js for reformation let
ii- devise a way t<> make iI
cient, if for punishment, lei the
naughty oi es be put in ch<
of a man from torn lere <
mil for :h< lice, who i
to it that the criminal cut
leain.'i! lmh n
iw as useful I .
1 result would b to the
:c.
STEPHEN II W, i [S.
73 I-..i ' Si
Notice
JO R E men arc
wanted for the
2nd Bahamas Con-
tingent. Volunteers
Ice House. We have exper-
ienced such days,
latterly, with this difference
that the ice was denied us,
the exp will not be
over hard one, particularly if
the day set apart should hap-
pen lo be a cool one.
The Motor "Frances F." left
for Miami on Sunday morn-
ing.
:o:
A fire occurred early on
Monday morning, in M irket
St. S., when an unoccupied
house was destroyed.
:o;
A large congregation at-
tended the United Service at
the Cathedtal last evening
when an npprnpiiate sermon
was preached by the Rev. H.
W. Wei gal I.
The offertory amounted to
nearly 10.
The October Si ssion of the
Supreme Court begins t irnor-
row.
mandant's
any titi:e.
Volunteer and
DO IT NOW
R
121I1 Oct. 1915.
A new Departure.
REED ORQAN BUILT AT RAGGED
ISLAND.
I'or some time past i me of
the enterprising men of the
1 own Captain Horai e Wil-
sonhas been experiment
in building a Reei I
pounds If we \ ' I e ml
[which is ti it profiting I
v
a Keed Organ,
which is now bom pie te, and
has proven quite a sine, ss.
Nothing was purchased,
except what w as absolutely
v. viz., reeds, rubber
for bellows, and springs for.
Even to the experienced
' ye, it could no! but be taken
at first sight f \t the regular
factory turn-out. fhe work-
manship ai:d finish is per-
fect, and' does cr< dit to the
builder, as a thorough work-
man, who, I understand,
never served a day's appren-
ttc< ship at any trade.
The material purchase^
came from the Cornish ()o,
The toneof the Instrument
t, although having but,
one set of reeds.This is the
first complete organ, built in
the Bahamas, that I kiiA of,
and il not the 1 W11 ve
thereare not many others
who arc able t< 1 b< 1st of a
likeachieve.....nt in the Co-
1 n y.
Mr. Wilson certainly de-
-;\ s ti 1 I)'' complimented
and 1 ti. ouraged for what he
has accomplished I'-. h 1 first
attempt, in this Inn ; ai d the
Instrument is woi thy t he in-
. 'ii of all visitors to I
island.
CORRESPON! i'.NT.
WAR REFUGEES 0OMMITTEE.
11 _ Strand VV. C
Clothing
- th 1915.
Mrs. T. S il;!'. 1,
. idam,
Again 1 am writing to
ik you all most cordially
lor your further gift >| cloth-
ing for th<' Refugi es. How '
d you all are woi king
for us in tia war 1 ontiinious-
ly. In n tell you how
much your work is appn 1 iat-
ed. Lady ILmmott hersell has
been specially shown what
you ai<' doing foi us and she
was very gratified. She i
head of the Clothing I >ej ;.
that is to say w in Ri -
eesare dressed and she
sometimes comi sovei hi re to
a e us unpai king, v ive of
>-an parcels this tun had
stamps on tbi in and 5 ou raav
inten sted to hi .n that 1
wasable to sell thi se toa si 1 ip
neat us and that I got ss. I I.
for them, this money goes to
our clothing fund. b.ven I
tie helps!
Again thanking you all
most gratefully foi vourwaju-
able help; we do so lo< I for-
'.\ aid to these parcels now.
1 >n< day I must mak. ou out
a hst of all the foreign pi
that we have id eivi d ;ifl >
From, if this would iuti 1
an\ one.
Yours faithfully,
W. T. NICIIOI.I.s.
IN THE MAGISTRATES COfJjiT.
27. Harold
M'lvin bethel
wound rFined i ioj
month.
rRATE3 COUIT.
'iiiaiidb^p/^i,,.
inilawRilb did
or one

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^*n
Muriel CattoAssaultin \;
free! Eldoa by throwing a si
a1 ,AimBound in her own
radBhizance in $ to keep the
pea for three months.
38. Cyrus Gre :nLarceny of
a gun value 1 goods and chat-
tels of T. M. Knowles -one
month.
David Thurstoii Larceny of
is. 6'.d. moneys of Thom 1
vis 10 str
Elizabeth Armbrit ter As
dting Sutherland Rolle
l 1. and ;-. 6d. c >sts or 10
- I. Robert (ire< n I. Drunk in
Bay Si ;s. or 1 days.
II. Using profane and inde
cent language in Baj St.
"i 1
III. Assaulting Lance 5ei g
Smithwick in the exi cut ion ol
his duty20s. >>r i8days.
Peter Johnson -1 fling pri fane
and indi 11 language in Mai
ket 5t. (South ;s, or 21 days.
Ethel Walkei -Using language
in sight and hearing of persons
inpublicSt towards Ethelinda
Sweeting tending toa breach of
the pe ice B >und in her own
recognizance in 10 with one
m urity in the like sum to keep
.the pe u f ir 3 months an I
3s '
Georgiana I lumes Assault
ing and be iting Constance
Brown Ordered to pay 3s. 6d.
Costs.
1 111 Saundcr., Vernal Moss,
and Samuel WilsonFound in
the 1 lo I vard of W. J. Pin
der (No. 1 Wharf) between the
hours of 1 2 aad 1 a.m an 1 1111
able to give a lawful excuse for
being thereEach ordered to
receive B strokes of the lama
rind p d.
30. Cyrus ArmbristerLarce
ny of a helmet value 1 ts the
property of the Rev. Wilfn I
Stanhope Lovell -6 months.
Oct. 1. George AlburvAs
saulting rind beating Charles
I lavenBound in his ov
ognizance in $ with one Sure
ty in 5 to keep the peace for 3
months and pay 2s. tow ards
Costs.
James Ross, and Cyril Dean-
Larceny of QS. 8$d. moneys of
James SinclairRoss sen
tenced to 4 months imprison
ment and to receive 6strokes on
his admission, and 6 on being
disclfcuged Dean Q strokes.
Lilian LeadonBreach Lot
teries and Gaming Act 1905
2 or o^fc-^ ith.
Jane I)i 1 ibe -Using pro
fane language in sight and
hearing of persons in Devenux
St.18s. or 1; days
1
Berlin Pinder, and Samue
PrattFighting in sight of pei
sons in Hay St. East Eai
6d or 10 days
2. Hezekiah BalfourAssault
ing and beating Edward M -
NaughtenBound in his own
ognizance in $ to keep the
ice f^r 3 months and pay )S.
its.
William J hns in \ lull
ing and j Ellen Wright
j 1 os. or 8 da;
\I iry R ilh 1' Ian mage
in sight .1 id hi ai ing ol pei
in I iurhood '
William I 'i ml tig to a
breach of the peace -Disrn
Lovelj Rnlli \ lect ing to
appear ai the Ma te's Court
. ice as a witness
after having been duly summon
Fined ios.
Trafalgar Day
Tin* public are invited to a
GARDEN FETE
at
QOVERMENT HOUSE
on
Thursday afternoon
21 st October
From 3.30 to 3.30
In aid of
THE BRITISH RED CROSS
Admission: -Adaults I I.
Children y\.
Radiograms
October i.Sth 1915.
London, U>th: Roumania
has joined Greece in declining
to enlarge the field of conflict
in the Near-East by declaring
officially that the Roumanian
government intends to preset
sti ict neutrality.
This step followed close on inti-
mation from unofficial German
SOUrCfS that it was time that I'm-
caresl gave definite indication
of Roumanias stand in view of
the latest developments in the
Balkans.
From a German source arso
'limes a report that the British
and) French Ministers aie leaving
Athens, but this report is with-
out confirmation and is discre-
dited her.
Unofficial reports from Petro-
grad say the (lerm 1 1 appear to
I be on defensive along the entir0
line except that section nea
Dvinsk which it was said they
had been ordered to capture at
any cost.
Berlin however reportsjRussian
attacks not only before Dvinsk
but a number of other places
and adds that lie y have been
repul
Tie atta all com-
pri armj group
j of Field Marshal Von 1 lindi n
bur . which i tal en I
: that tie
1 something in the nature of a
'general offensive along th<
: fr nit of which 1 K'insk foi 1
'ut.
Along the W istein front
1, isolated bom!. atta< ks
I ha\ with \ai .
fortui
Italy again is n pot t< d to be
I on the vi of joining hi 1
Allies in the Balkan cam-
n while tin- In in ii and
British continue to land
troi Solonika for the
army which will be under
! imraand ol (ieneral
;!. rhe former chief
. of the French
armv of the Ori
1 Jei mans announce thai
their foro S continue to make
headway against the Serbians
whose positions South of
Semendra have been stormed.
The Bulgarians are said to
have forced the frontier
1 idges at several points be-
tween Negotin and Strum ikl.
That Bulgaria does not antici
pate any hostile action by
1 ireece is indicated by adv
from liucaiest that Greece has
purchased large amounts of
wheat from Roumania which
will be permitted passage
through Bulgarian territory.
El Paso, Texas, 16:A re
port that General Villa had
bi en killed was brought to
El Paso early today by a
Mexican who just arrived
from Carsa (irande. Ao ordi
to the ston Villa was shot
in a fight when dissatisfac
tion broke out at Villa army
In adquarters yesterday.
Another report brought by
an American passengV said
that on Friday Vilfa was
being tried by a court mar
tial and that the trial was
still in progress when the
train li fi Ca a Grade.
October 19th 1915.
London, 18th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:The French
government report further
en< my attacks near Souchez
repulsed.
l'i isitionsin (iiv< nchy wo
extended and consolidated.
Enemy trenchi s w ed in Lorraine.
Positions at Hartmann
Wi< lerskop have been 11 cap
c aptured.
The Russian nae-nt
reports enemj p ig 1
Riga. Hostile attacks w
repulsed near Dvinsk.
(Signed
BONAR LAW.
Paris: Last week in '
Mediterranean 1!
steamship Admiral Ha
was torpedoed withi >ut v-
ing by an Austrian sul 1
i mi It is reported that
enty onep d ct
wi re lost. Six of the ci
were wounded by shell fit
Lapanne, Belgium:Th< 1
was terrible bombardment
by the Germans on Saturday
and Sunday night on the '
front especially near I 'ix-
mude and Vpn-s. Tu 1
man infantry attacks v.
repulsed by Belgian infantry
and artillery.
London: The Allies have
landed troops at Enos on the
AegeanSea, European Tu:
close to Bulgarian bordi and
have seized the railroad. The
Allies and Serbians have ap-
tured the B ilgarian tow n of
Strumitsa fifty miles North'
west of Salonika.
Berlin:Serbian forces in
the Macoa district N irth-
western Serbia are beginn
to retreat. The Austin Ger-
man advance continues South
of Belgrade and progress is
being made in the Pozarevac
sector. Bulgarians are suc-
cessful on tiie Eastern border
of Sei bia.
Paris: -The French lasl
night repulsed three Gei man
attacks Northeast of Souche/.
1
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not feel it as the mi re graphic
since it walks among the tram
way lines and lamp posts of a
life like <>nr own ; if there lie
anyone who does not feel thai
to be caught napping abo
II' Igium is like being caught
robbing one's n other on hei
deathbed ; there siill remains n
I ol brutal c.....passion foi
bodily pain, winch has i
half-admitted I: re a id thi re
ev< 11 by the oppn s> rs the n
selvi s ll we do not do a gi
m re even than we have
already done, it may y< i b<
-.11 1 of US that We left it to th
v ry ul tion t
that it did not bleed t"
'h
1 therefore plead for fnrlher
I" \\> for i ie Members ol
National C< immitti e n ho hue
taken this duty up m them
selves. All 5u sci iptions can
<: I t>> th.' Treasurer
I r B lildings, Trafal
gar Square, London, < r to Lo
c d Committees where tl.i > have
form* d.
Yours faithfuMv
<; k. cHKsfiiR n i\
Overroads,
Beai .Msfield, Bucl
S111 August, 10:5.
IN 2 PIECE and
UNION SUITS
SANITARY
COOL
R E L IA B L E
SOLD BY
Notice
)n and after the i.ftli itist.
wo will he offering to our
Customers and the Public,
moats at the following
pi ass:
Roast and Steak at iod.
Beef Brisket at 8d
Mutton at 8d.
Pork at 7d.
We will also have on hand
meats to he sold at our usual
pri- e.
DJ. & R.M. DeGREGORY.
For Rent
A SIX room cottage with
hath attached, near Pri-
son ami I'oit Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
Blue Hill St.
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
Rope
Rope
Rope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Lical Hope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A I'd LI. line of o\ ei 300
i in sto :k nd
delivered from air NVai
in Nassau at New York pi
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here ami save New
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble of ordering.
ClIAS. I'!. Al.HfRV.
Agent.
I AM offering F< >K SALE
my entire sto, k of White
I ime of about 800 bushels
at 6d. i'oi bushel.
Orders left at Mr. Solomon
Finlayson, Deveaux St. or
p ooi 2 |8 or "The 1'ribune"
oil.
I iSIAH RAHMING
Shingles
l No. i Heart 5m. Cyj
Shingles at per ihons
sand of 20 bundles
I hscounts mi i' vei
i shingles.
Special Price
als.....i rheapei grades
3m. Cypress at $l .
thousand 1 if 2< bundles. I his
price made p -.slide by a ven
large purchase.
Fresh sti ick arriving even
W.i I..
C. C SAUNDEUS.
Look!
Office Boy
Wanted.
Apply
K M PATTERSON.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Wil-I '.....
plete finish and polish for all furniture
woodwork and Boon.
Johnson's Wood Dye forth* irtntu
coloring of ill wood, soft or har.l
Johnson's Under Luc a spirit
finish, very much wperiot u< sbetlsuc or
\. 11 ni'-li
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish f ra
Ix'.-.utiful, aii id-rubbad effect
without the rubl >n :.
Johnson's Hast. Wood Filler-for
Riling the gra in end porei of wood
proparinu < f"i the 6i>ish.
Jol.-ison's Powdered Wnx foi lial
too in Hours.
FOR salf; by
Chas. E. Albury
tls vmm
(Tl
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber Tiros for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
trepan them.
batisfai tion Guarauli ed.
IXI'.N' STOR1
and
jp mi) miffiCQS
Have Received
The Lati st Spring Movelty
THE NEW -LAVE" tlETS
Guaranteed I Intarnishebli,
and Washable.
Suitable for Waists, Y< .'.
I 1 ses, Millim 1 \.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Silver,
White and Gold Ecru and
Gold, Heliotrope and Gold,
Saxe Blur; and Gold. Gold
Silver and Crystal Tas
White, Cream, and Ecru Bre
tonne Nets, Shadow Nets,
Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
d'Esprit, Pleati d Nel Ruch
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Black and White, Sand and
White, Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
May 1st, 1915.
Foreigner: I haven't tasted
a well cooked meal since
[*\ e !.i en in Nassau, v
Nassauvian: Have you Mvr
tried Isaac Roberts on
East Has St.?
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: Try him once
and you will try him
always.
All ar?. welcome Com now
if v on want tii t. ti the
of the b< 11 >ol<
Nassau^ e\ ei prod in oil.
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, rs,
Plums, etc. etc.
J. K. AMQUhY.
il.iv Stn 1 t.
Here's An Oppor-
tunity* ll,:lt yu cannot
luiinj afiofd iQ /,.sc.
If You want to Eo iu>mize.
If you want a First Cl I
Light.
If you want to i><
nized. Use the Besi l-jghi
thin money can haw I he
Safest and the Cheapest.
BEACON
I H F
KEROSENE MANTLE
LAMPS m BURNERS
nro rrroKniz n.iin! 11.1 incandea-
c. at oil l imp* of tho
Will III.
I 1111, (I o o nll-n.il
llf-rrK, III ili-liuliK'il.
I'r.i' . t a power-
ful. I 111 nt whlto
. 1 0 .-n.llr-
irni 1 om-
non '. <'ts
..iily 01 > >< for l
lioi:. s.
nri liter than p-is,
. 11 r -
I .; < :il imf-
"'.1,1 (i. i>ri'-tcnth Ike
NMi
r : 11 Ir.-l >- of
' For um in
' ;. Ma
and 1 1 lo
almplfe ll* n.
onlv one
SB 1 on
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Home Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY, MD.
For Sale By
Thos. E Nabbie- #
14 Christie St., Nassau, N.P.
S| 111,il Terma eivenif rrqui ited. Wntc
Of see dm and know nil 11I1 ut ^^fon-
lerful Lamp.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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