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> "1 shall never lay down tlie Sword while Belgium is in slavery". Tiflis: — It is estimated from Armenian sources that only 200.000 Armenians remain in Turkey. 750.000 have been killed or enslaved by the Turks.; Petrograd: -There has been important Russian sucess in the region of Baranovich North of Pripit River, 3200 Austro-Ger-1 mans were captured. Paris: -Nishyesterday report •d that the Serbs, are menaced seriously by the invaders The railway to Salonika has been cut in two places. Berlin:—The Germans are advancing towards Riga after great battles lasting several weeks. Brownsville, Texas:— About seventy-live Mexican bandits early today attacked fifteen American soldrs. atOjodeAgua Three of the soldiers were killed and six wounded. Five of the Mexicians were killed. NOTICE. T HIS i* to inform my Patrons and the Public in General that I haw opened my Public Iilurk Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in e line ol General repair or new w rk Horse Shoeing Specially. All work dun, Mic hanicalky, P. A. nrvi.oR. Rope Rope Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A FULL line of over 300 Coils kepi in stuck and delivered from our Warehouse in Nassau at New York prices plus Freight and Duty. Buy here and save New York Commission, Interest and the trouble of ordering. CtlAS. E. Al.llfRV. Agent. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. THE STUBBORNNESS of the MOLE is proverbial. Though not proverbial it is a well-kn wn fact thai n rnusewivei who haw tried SUNLIGHI SOAP stubbornl) refuse to use any other. These housewives with SUNLIGHT SOAP as their ally, cat ward to wash-day with ut dread, for the) are assur d of a quick d patch of .ill dirt. TRv [T 1\ YOUR €^" NEXT WASH. \N 2 PIECE and UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL R1E L IA B L E SOLD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. *~-**it Here's An Opportunity tnat y u cannot 11111117 affor(J w /osc If You want to Economize. If you want a First Class Light. If you want to be n ni/.ed. Use the Best Light thBt money ran buy. The Safest and the Cheapest. I H E KEROSENE MANTLE LAMPS AND BURNERS )OK BEACON aBSur^cr" '*' %  fi'i.iru incanu iA 1:1 .;1 lamps ot are recOKnizi'V'' Nassauvian: —Have v tried I->aac Roberta on East Bay St. ? Foreigner: No. Nassauvian: Try him once and you will try him always. All are welcome: — Come now if you want to taste the 11 oking c)f the best cook Nassau ever produced. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnsons Preprd Was •' C'.m pleU finish andnolisli f"> all furnituw Wmnlwork anil ft" 1 I . 1 Johnson's Wood Ive l( r the artistic coloring ..fall wood, loft or hard Johnson's Under Lac a spirit "finish, very much suia-rini to shellac or varnish Johnson's Flvt Wood Flnlsh-fora beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect without tliiexpanse of rubbinf. Johnson's Past Wood Filler—for filling the Brain and pore* of wood, l reparing >< for the finish Johnson's Powdered Wax f"i l>al Boon. FOR. SALE BY ,has. E. Albtiry For Rent „ v^feiooiH cottage with A bathTd sou and I'011 Fincj Apply JOS. £M II. Ml Ml ilrllitblrd. n,.i a i>o\er•f'. 1 ..'i nit white 100 camlle. M.I i nnCestt 2* only < •!%  cent for ala i• i... 1 er ilian B-IS, ill or1 r oneM| stats 10 ouc-tculh Ike mf*. eefif. %  f; H.i.le entirely of C' 1 %  For use in hall* %  jsaH ei.d No t'"-"ji." I e 11 11. Illl t o ll I Home •' %  -v 7 Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. For Salti Dy THOS. ENABBIE14 CHRISTIE S r-ftassau, N.P. Special Ti %  I '• W iit< 111 Saa 1 • %  11 I mm HII alunl this w..ti dciful Lamj. White Lime AM offering FOK SALE my entire stock of While Lime of about 800 bu lie-Is at 6d. per bushel. Orders left at Mr. Solomon Finlayson, 1i< vt aux St. or I'hone 358 or "The Tribune" Office. JOSIAH RAMMING ^GASOLINE Itlui 1 In Drurni Eleven pence per C1.1 Hon. Ten Gallon Cans OneShil ling per Gallon C. C. SAUNDERfi Last Bay Street Nassau N. P. April, 13th 1915. Just Received by Th is steamer Fresh American Fruit. Peaches, Pears, Plums, etc. etc. J. K. AMO'JRY. 1'.ay Street. T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepare)) to supply Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Williams' Shoes Are Better r \ If



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r -— %  .-. ..... .•••• Nullivis Mldu nm ii 11 % %  In veiba IHHHISIII Mi-inf bnund loiwenr lo the l)o|tnai of no Mnsler. VOL. XII. Nnssnu. N. P., Hnhnmns. FIRUAY, October. 22. 1415 NO. >74 **• PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M. Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick M To the Barrac and ENLI r or M euicai 2ND B TI. CONTINfiENT SI hooner "Covcd li-t night intermediate ports. We are very pleased to find thai among her passengers is a squad of ten intelligent, clean-looking and smart appearing young men who have volunteered for service in the 2nd contingent! This little squad was raised and despatched in48 hours; on the morning of their depa 1 lure a public meeting was hi Id, and a subscription list I opened to provide "certain little articles needed, and stores, for the men on the way down" • Before eight o'clock this morning the' sqund marched up to the barracks in military order and reported to the Commandant, the attestation papers were soon signed and the men sent examination. Well done Inagua Thou excelli st them all, (the out Islands) Well done! The names of the men are Moses Thomas Ingraham, Daniel W. Sweeting, Ch irles %  '"li'isou, .£ercy Alexander MannaTJosi phJUyden,.]. iseph Leon Roker, Frederick Moultrie, Napoleon*Roker, Alfred Minns and Wilfred Hall. —:o: — J'lie Garden Pete at Government Nous* (;,,„,11T vesterday, in aid of jp„. British Red Cross, ^amgoodli share of pubrwonage, and the several and tables from which things were dispensed many liberal purchasers son • were entirely cleared A an iic other attractions were Tennis, Clock-Golf, Aunt Sally, Cocoanut shies Ac all of which were well patronized. A novel collecter for the Red Cross wasa little dog with a box Strapped On liis hack, and we understand he was a verj sue cessful collecter. The King George's Volunteers had a table of led overs from the Al Fresco Tea Sale r/hich ua-completely chared I ne Rag piper was in evidence and attracted a large share of attention An incident of the rn casion was the presentation of n subscription to the Red Cross Funds by the President on !i hall or the "Willing W 1 Cin le of "The King's I laugh ters." The Governour and Mis. Al lardyce were both on the grounds with a pleasant word here, and there .which set evi rv l.)i >dv at ease. We understand that over £"50 was realized. A larjje audience assembled at Victoria Hall last night lo heal the I • cti u tin Life of Nel son and i: i Battle of Trafalgai b) 11 is Exi i Hi ncj the iovernor. I lis I Ii mour the Ch iel Jusl ice I'M ~i.li d and aftei an introduc ton address called upon Ids Exi i llenc) to deln ei ins lecture. 1 he lecture w as undoubti dly mi' resting, and brought to i iml manj of the events in the life Nelson and the battle of Trafalgar of which he was the hem ; and it was d slivered in an easy and attractive style, that relii ved the tediousness sometimi s inseparable from a learned disquisition. Al the close of the lecture I lis I Ionian proposed a Vote of thanks to I lis Excellency for his enjoyable lecture and doing so %  anted the efforts put forth by His Excellency and hisfami ly in the various movements Consequent upon the war; and told an open secret of how the Governor! was raising lots of money for Ambulant e work. The Vote was not formally put hip was expressed bv thun dering applause. I he Govern* i in acknowli dging the thanks of the audience admitted thai he h id iai.( d £2*5/0 h.i Motor Amb'ulanci s, but thai the credit was due to thai distin ashed citizen Dr. Albtn' who had made him a spi irl ine offer of £400, if he and other gentleman would raise a similar or larger amount. I his statement was received with prolonged and tumultuous applause; the Governor then said that he ought to have Said that that must popular and distinguished citizen Dr. Albury, the applause was then augmented, intensified and deafening, the Governcnl a d ded, that he meant to

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Publication Date: Friday, October 22, 1915
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Nullivis Mldu nm ii 11 In veiba ihhhisiii
Mi-inf bnund loiwenr lo the l)o|tnai of no Mnsler.
VOL. XII.
Nnssnu. N. P., Hnhnmns. FIRUAY, October. 22. 1415
NO. >74
** PUBLISHED AT 2 P.M.

Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick M
To the Barrac
and ENLI
r
or
M
euicai
2ND B
ti.
CONTINfiENT
Si hooner "Co-
vcd li-t night
intermediate
ports.
We are very pleased to find
thai among her passengers
is a squad of ten intelligent,
clean-looking and smart ap-
pearing young men who have
volunteered for service in the
2nd contingent!
This little squad was raised
and despatched in48 hours;
on the morning of their de-
pa 1 lure a public meeting was
hi Id, and a subscription list I
opened to provide "certain
little articles needed, and
stores, for the men on the way
down"
Before eight o'clock this
morning the' sqund marched
up to the barracks in military
order and reported to the
Commandant, the attestation
papers were soon signed and
the men sent
examination.
Well done Inagua Thou
excelli st them all, (the out
Islands) Well done!
The names of the men are
Moses Thomas Ingraham,
Daniel W. Sweeting, Ch irles
'"li'isou, .ercy Alexander
MannaTJosi phJUyden,.]. iseph
Leon Roker, Frederick Moul-
trie, Napoleon*Roker, Alfred
Minns and Wilfred Hall.
:o:
J'lie Garden Pete at Govern-
ment Nous* (;,,,11T vesterday,
in aid of jp. British Red Cross,
^amgoodli share of pub-
rwonage, and the several
and tables from which
things were dispensed
many liberal purchasers
son were entirely cleared
A an iic other attractions were
Tennis, Clock-Golf, Aunt Sally,
Cocoanut shies Ac all of which
were well patronized.
A novel collecter for the Red
Cross wasa little dog with a box
Strapped On liis hack, and we
understand he was a verj sue
cessful collecter.
The King George's Volun-
teers had a table of led overs
from the Al Fresco Tea Sale
r/hich ua-- completely chared
I ne Rag piper was in evidence
and attracted a large share of
attention
An incident of the rn casion
was the presentation of n sub-
scription to the Red Cross
Funds by the President on !i
hall or the "Willing W 1 "
Cin le of "The King's I laugh
ters."
The Governour and Mis. Al
lardyce were both on the
grounds with a pleasant word
here, and there .which set evi rv
l.)i >dv at ease.
We understand that over "50
was realized.
A larjje audience assembled at
Victoria Hall last night lo heal
the I cti......u tin Life of Nel
son and i: i Battle of Trafalgai
b) 11 is Exi i Hi ncj the iovernor.
I lis I Ii mour the Ch iel Jusl ice
I'M ~i.li d and aftei an introduc
ton address called upon Ids
Exi i llenc) to deln ei ins lecture.
1 he lecture w as undoubti dly
mi' resting, and brought to
i iml manj of the events in the
life Nelson and the battle
of Trafalgar of which he was
the hem ; and it was d slivered
in an easy and attractive style,
that relii ved the tediousness
sometimi s inseparable from a
learned disquisition.
Al the close of the lecture
I lis I Ionian proposed a Vote of
thanks to I lis Excellency for his
enjoyable lecture and doing so
anted the efforts put forth
by His Excellency and hisfami
ly in the various movements
Consequent upon the war; and
told an open secret of how the
Governor! was raising lots of
money for Ambulant e work.
The Vote was not formally
put hip was expressed bv thun
dering applause.
I he Govern* i in acknow-
li dging the thanks of the au-
dience admitted thai he h id
iai.( d 2*5/0 h.i Motor Am-
b'ulanci s, but thai the credit
was due to thai distin ash-
ed citizen Dr. Albtn' who
had made him a spi irl ine
offer of 400, if he and other
gentleman would raise a
similar or larger amount.
I his statement was received
with prolonged and tumul-
tuous applause; the Gover-
nor then said that he ought
to have Said that that must
popular and distinguished
citizen Dr. Albury, the ap-
plause was then augmented,
intensified and deafening, the
Governcnl a d ded, that he
meant to new
The meeting was (dosed
Britannia led by Mr.
Pritchard, and final ly
National Anthi
The Ward Line Steamer
'Mai iana' steami d foi Cuban
ports yesterday afternoon.
:o:
'1 he time for closing For-
eign Mails to be despatched
per "Frances E" via Miami
Fla. has been extendi d to
hi' -day the 26th 111 at 8
a.m.
Radiograms
(i tober sand, 1915.
London, 21st.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:G e n e ra 1
French repoi b that the enemy
losses in attacking us neai I lul-
lui h were vi rj severe.
East of Rheims the enemy
laded completely in three Fur-
ther attacks on French line 5 on .
nine kilometre front. Attacks
North Souchez also failed.
by the audii m e si
lu la
Russia reports that fighting
continues bet\\een Milan and
Riga. Russians have I".
cessful 1 Isv here es| 11 ialb on
the Styr.
Italy reports successes at
Treni ino and elsewbi re.
(Sigatd)
BONAR LAW.
London: It is reported that
i ireal Britain has offered tocetie
the Is'and of Cyprus to Greece
for proof .,f its good will.
brand Whit lock the Aim rii
Minister to Belgium has report
ed "u recent execution of Miss
Edith Cavell, an English nurse,
.,' Brussels by the German mili
tai v authorities.
Doctor Duiilba lias arrived at
The Hague
Rome:King Albert of Bel
gHim in replv to '.he Popes letter
on peace paid:
Wear
R
Arrnbrister's
Shoes
JUT-
I'j



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"1 shall never lay down tlie
Sword while Belgium is in
slavery".
Tiflis: It is estimated from .
Armenian sources that only
200.000 Armenians remain in
Turkey. 750.000 have been kill-
ed or enslaved by the Turks.;
Petrograd: -There has been
important Russian sucess in the
region of Baranovich North of
Pripit River, 3200 Austro-Ger-1
mans were captured.
Paris: -Nishyesterday report
d that the Serbs, are menaced
seriously by the invaders The
railway to Salonika has been
cut in two places.
Berlin:The Germans are
advancing towards Riga after
great battles lasting several
weeks.
Brownsville, Texas: About
seventy-live Mexican bandits
early today attacked fifteen
American soldrs. atOjodeAgua
Three of the soldiers were
killed and six wounded. Five of
the Mexicians were killed.
Notice.
THIS i* to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that I haw opened my Public
Iilurk Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in e line ol
General repair or new w rk Horse
Shoeing Specially. All work dun,
Mic hanicalky,
P. A. nrvi.oR.
Rope
Rope
Rope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A FULL line of over 300
Coils kepi in stuck and
delivered from our Warehouse
in Nassau at New York prices
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here and save New
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble of ordering.
CtlAS. E. Al.llfRV.
Agent.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
THE STUBBORNNESS
of the Mole is proverbial. Though not proverbial
it is a well-kn wn fact thai n rnusewivei
who haw tried Sunlighi Soap stubbornl) refuse
to use any other. These housewives with
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as their ally, cat ward
to wash-day with ut dread,
for the) are assur d of a
quick d patch of .ill dirt.
TRv [T 1\ YOUR ^"
NEXT WASH.
\N 2 PIECE and
UNION SUITS.
SANITARY
COOL
R1E L IA B L E
SOLD BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
*~-**it
Here's An Oppor-
tunity tnat yu cannot
11111117 affor(J w /osc
If You want to Economize.
If you want a First Class
Light.
If you want to be n
ni/.ed. Use the Best Light
thBt money ran buy. The
Safest and the Cheapest.
I H E
KEROSENE MANTLE
LAMPS and BURNERS
)OK
BEACON
aBSur^cr" '*' ' fi'i.iru incanu
iA 1:1 .;1 lamps ot
are recOKnizi' .1 (I lncanUes-
tho
L00KI
Foreigner: I haven't tasted
a well cooki d.meal since
I've been in X>V''
Nassauvian: Have v
tried I->aac Roberta on
East Bay St. ?
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: Try him once
and you will try him
always.
All are welcome: Come now
if you want to taste the
11 oking c)f the best cook
Nassau ever produced.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnsons Preprd Was ' C'.m
pleU finish andnolisli f"> all furnituw
Wmnlwork anil ft"1 I .
1 Johnson's Wood Ive l( r the artistic
coloring ..fall wood, loft or hard _
Johnson's Under Lac a spirit
"finish, very much suia-rini to shellac or
varnish
Johnson's Flvt Wood Flnlsh-fora
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubbed effect
without tlii- expanse of rubbinf.
Johnson's Past Wood Fillerfor
filling the Brain and pore* of wood,
l reparing >< for the finish
Johnson's Powdered Wax f"i l>al
Boon.
FOR. SALE BY
,has. E. Albtiry
For Rent
v^feiooiH cottage with
A bathTd
sou and I'011 Fincj
Apply JOS. M
II. Ml
Ml ilrllitblrd.
* n,.i a i>o\er-
f'. 1 ..'i nit white
100 camlle-
. m.iinn-
Cestt
2* only < !- cent for ala
i- i...
1 er ilian b-is,
ill or-
1 r one-
M| stats 10 ouc-tculh Ike
mf*. eefif.
f; H.i.le entirely of
C' 1 For use in
hall*
jsaH ei.d No
t- '"-"ji." I e 11 11.
Illl
t o
ll
I
Home ' -v 7 Co.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Salti Dy
Thos. E- Nabbie-
14 Christie S r-ftassau, N.P.
Special Ti ' I ' W iit<
111 Saa 1 11 I mm hII alunl this w..ti
dciful Lamj.
White Lime
AM offering FOK SALE
my entire stock of While
Lime of about 800 bu lie-Is
at 6d. per bushel.
Orders left at Mr. Solomon
Finlayson, 1i< vt aux St. or
I'hone 358 or "The Tribune"
Office.
Josiah Ramming
^GASOLINE
Itlui
1 In Drurni Eleven pence
per C1.1 Hon.
Ten Gallon Cans OneShil
ling per Gallon
C. C. SAUNDERfi
Last Bay Street
Nassau N. P.
April, 13th 1915.
Just Received by
Th is steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, Pears,
Plums, etc. etc.
J. K. AMO'JRY.
1'.ay Street.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street. '
IS now prepare)) to supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
r
\
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