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MORSE RACING Dunmore Track Friday, February 11th, 1916 at 3:30 p.m. [encral Admission Is. Grand Stand and ParKing Space 2s. Box seats 4s. I.? US of gleam like the L SUNL is created i i rir< l TVl i crves y< ur clotl 1 h u h uandmJ .'.'..;],., %  } %  'AP igu an teed pu: I will not injure tl ; fa! ric, : IT. 11 e Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York Mouse and Isaiah Sweeting up East %  -.j 13 i i Rope Ro Sunlight Si Lightning Soap in Soap Towi r Soap Brown S< ap 6 i Is pei bar Gets •' 5 els " .| ds " 6 its " Limn :. -£fli %  Automobiles \ Bicycles ro CARS AND POPE BICYCLES {Ni*i*n) FO R SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent lor IEO MOTOR CAR Co. 'ompt attention to all repairs Supplies and accessories Gasoline and Oils ARROW COLLAR Made of a fine white ire Madras—an attractive novelty that is h> good form. ON SA1 I NASSAU'S BEST RETAI] li I CLUETT, PI kBODY I ( 0., Inc. MAKI R8, TROV, V V. (\. s. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE V.\< lnsiv.' A|>cnl. Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling R< A FULLli ** Coils ke] delivered from 1 in Nassau at NJ plus Freight anl Buy line ana York Corqmissia ;uid the trouble oi CIIAS. E. \i >HONE 402 ./. R. SIMMS 47 Market St. Advertise in The 1 ribune. For Hire" H ORSE and Bu kboalj latti r lined up with modernconvetiii in ( s oi Horse saddled for riding purpo i Sati factiqn guaranti i 1'or furthi i parti* ul Applv at I RIB1 \li ifficc Fjr Hire Horse and Buggy F itti (! up with .-ill modern appliai Com foil guaranti i d For furthi i parlii ulnra \| |-l\ Hi Mis. BRIK E A. MOW I. No, to I 'i i.iiii \ st%



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B R.l.lu MIS (uraro in veiba nitvv sirl fund lo swenr to ihe I)n|miu of no Master, MMI.M.P., Bahamas. FRIDAY. February I!. 1916. No f.9. n Vthnt there OfTrVit I. is! I %  ing given harpshi i the time, a I semblt<> hear the %  tame was a Hered one, the tf Am I" was a of ili.it sorl of erican I anIream," a Fun nt was nail st< lesday nighl orida.— Byrnn, D i is di'li Stevens, v McCarthy, '. \ 1. Brodhead, icklow, Lusa I'. : R i Garbutt, Mil| ^ ]„ ht. M irie Specht, %  Levings; and Kdna Si ill Mi >;:> \ M -d ones .1. I' ![ II, L. K Dr. dlu d, and M A. Kirk : Mis! aod Mis i ( ). 1. (lubleman, W. D. s irgemt. I'. D. Clevi I ind, I.. K. Murphy,C T. Alkinson, t'11 is. S it, I. C South;. Geo. W. M Mini, E. B. th, \Y. Hooker, and W. II Levings: M i I .awn n< e ithard, 1-.r i<• Solomon, and Vrthui Piridi r; M isters Heri,..,t < lub hi) in, W. I). Sargenl |r., T. IIsargent, and JJVlirfMurphy, (46) M il Sti "Morro :• amed from New ',M No ii yesterday with jkssnegers toi Nassau. COMPULSION IN FORCE NEXT WEEK LONDON, I hursday.— King %  at ,1 Privy Council today, sign d a pro Lunation setting February to as the appoint 1 MI w hich tin.' Military Sen : %  1 1 hall he regarded as 1 oming into V ording u< the law, all single men Between the ag< s ol nineteen and forty our who have nol ;i t test e d undei the Earl of Derby's recruiting scheme and air not exempt under the act arc allowed until March 2 to attest. After that time they horipts and may be compelled l< 1 serve. New York Herald, Keb. -(, 1916. Radiograms 11 th Februarj, 1916. Shanghai: Luchow has been captured b\ revolutionists. Berlin: 11 is officially announ ( ed that the iermans captured from il Fn m h a large section of trench N01 theast of Vimy. South ol S< il in 1 < %  ti e In ncli pain ed a fi'tii(ild in German first line to ii'ln s. Artillery duels betwt en Fren< li and (iermans 'nine in Art. is region. P trograd: It is officially announced that advance move mi nt by Russians in Eastern Galicia is baing mnda North of Buckowina boundary where ii is report) n< siter. If the movement continues t lie entire district of Czei now i'/ is threat) !) %  d. Berlin: TI G an govern incut has issued a mi m< nandum to neutral go\ ernrhents announ dug that hereafter aimed merchantmen belonging to coun triesat war with Germany will be considered and treated as warships. It isclaimed that the measure is justified by the British Admiralty* order that mer chantmen carrj guns to attack Bubmarim at sight. Washington: Sei n tary I.an sing has sent a note to Austria asking for an explanation of the • • ck by an Austrian subma rine on the American tanker Petrolite. The wai department has de cided that no more troops are >sai j on the M< \i an border and has nol, i. il i|) j.jili infan ti yjto Che) 'ime. Salvador 1 ; protest against the pending Nicaraguan treatg to give the United States a nava I base at Fonesca v. as delivered to the state department t> di y. Universal military training, restoration of the United Sti navy to second place and the ition of an advisory council of national defense was advo cated by the National Chamber of Commerce's defense report today. I 'resident Wilson was told to dav by Republh an members of the house military affairs com miltee was practically opposed unanimi nisly to the 1 onl in< ntal army p 1 a n and fa v Hired strengthening the militia and empowering the president t<> draft in tune of war. Si creUi v Garrison of the war department has ri sigi ed It is said that the resignation follows the opposition to his army hills. 111h February, IQIO Amsterdam : The (.'( )!'RANT estimates that German casualties thus far have been a 337378. New York:—There is no confirmation of the newspapi 1 report that the British cruiser Drake had captured the German cruiser Roon. Bermuda reports that nothing have been heard there of the affair. • New York:—The French liner Touraine brought a vague re port of the German sea raider Roon being blown up ten clays ago. Washington:---Justice Hughes has issued a letter saying that he is opposed to the use of Ins name for the nomination for ; r< sident. I. mdon : -There has beene violent fightingalongtheSomm. South of Anas f,,r ten di Both sides claim some gains. German losses are reported at O. London:Dutch rumours of a German drive [for Channel %  is discredited. Rome:—H is reported that an} has often d peace to Ik Igium and indemnity for damages but with commercial I riveleges that would make Ant werp a centre >f < let man traffic. New York:— Mr. Rosveltsails Friday for a thirty days tour of [he West Indies. London:—Tin importation of barley for making spii its is to he restricted. Lost B ETWEEN Queen St. and West Hill St. a pink silk sweater. Return to Mr. J. B. Gai dim 1 's store on Priam v St. kinder will he reward' d. For Rent A SIX room cottage i\ith hath attached, near l'ri son and Fort Fincastle. Apply JOS. LA1NG, niuc H.11 St, Af VT/L f\ T£ t


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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Friday, February 11, 1916
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B R.l.lu mis (uraro in veiba nitvv sirl
fund lo swenr to ihe I)n|miu of no Master,
MMI.M.P., Bahamas. FRIDAY. February I!. 1916.
No f.9.
n
Vthnt there
OfTrVit I. is!
I ing given
harpshi i
the time, a
I sembl-
t<> hear the
tame was a
Hered one, the
tf Am i" was a
of ili.it sorl of
erican I an-
Iream," a
Fun nt was
'
nail st<
lesday nighl
orida.
Byrnn, D i is
di'li Stevens,
v McCarthy,
'. \ 1. Brodhead,
icklow, Lusa I'.:
R i Garbutt, Mil- |
^ ] ht. M irie Specht,
. Levings; and Kdna
Si ill Mi >;:> \ M -d ones .1. I' .
![ II, L. K Dr. dlu d, and M
A. Kirk : Mis! aod Mis
i ( ). 1. (lubleman, W.
D. s irgemt. I'. D. Clevi I ind,
I.. K. Murphy,C T. Alkinson,
t'11 is. S it, I. C South-
;. Geo. W. M Mini, E. B.
th, \Y. Hooker, and W.
II Levings: M i I .awn n< e
ithard, 1-.r i< Solomon, and
Vrthui Piridi r; M isters Her-
i,..,t < lub hi) in, W. I). Sar-
genl |r., T. II- sargent, and
JJVlirfMurphy, (46)
M il Sti "Morro
: amed from New
',m No ii yesterday with
jkssnegers toi Nassau.
COMPULSION IN FORCE
NEXT WEEK
London, I hursday. King
' at ,1 Privy Council
today, sign d a pro Lunation
setting February to as the
appoint 1 mi w hich tin.'
Military Sen : 1 1 hall he
regarded as 1 oming into
V ording u< the law, all
single men Between the ag< s
ol nineteen and forty our
who have nol ;i t test e d
undei the Earl of Derby's
recruiting scheme and air
not exempt under the act arc
allowed until March 2 to at-
test.
After that time they ho-
ripts and may be
compelled l< 1 serve.
New York Herald, Keb. -(, 1916.
Radiograms
11 th Februarj, 1916.
Shanghai: Luchow has been
captured b\ revolutionists.
Berlin: 11 is officially announ
( ed that the iermans captured
from il Fn m h a large section
of trench N01 theast of Vimy.
South ol S< il in 1 < ti e In ncli pain
ed a fi'tii(ild in German first
line to ii'ln s. Artillery duels
betwt en Fren< li and (iermans
'nine in Art. is region.
P trograd: It is officially
announced that advance move
mi nt by Russians in Eastern
Galicia is baing mnda North
of Buckowina boundary where
ii is report) 1 n issirtf! of the I >n< siter.
If the movement continues
tlie entire district of Czei now i'/
is threat) !) d.
Berlin: TI G an govern
incut has issued a mi m< nandum
to neutral go\ ernrhents announ
dug that hereafter aimed mer-
chantmen belonging to coun
triesat war with Germany will
be considered and treated as
warships. It isclaimed that the
measure is justified by the Bri-
tish Admiralty* order that mer
chantmen carrj guns to attack
Bubmarim at sight.
Washington: Sei n tary I.an
sing has sent a note to Austria
asking for an explanation of the
ck by an Austrian subma
rine on the American tanker
Petrolite.
The wai department has de
cided that no more troops are
>sai j on the M< \i an border
and has nol, i. il i|) j.jili infan
ti yjto Che) 'ime.
Salvador1; protest against the
pending Nicaraguan treatg to
give the United States a nava I
base at Fonesca v. as delivered
to the state department t> di y.
Universal military training,
restoration of the United Sti
navy to second place and the
ition of an advisory council
of national defense was advo
cated by the National Chamber
of Commerce's defense report
! today.
I 'resident Wilson was told to
dav by Republh an members of
the house military affairs com
miltee was practically opposed
unanimi nisly to the 1 onl in< ntal
army p 1 a n and fa vHired
strengthening the militia and
empowering the president t<>
draft in tune of war.
Si creUi v Garrison of the war
department has ri sigi ed It is
said that the resignation follows
the opposition to his army hills.
111h February, iqio
Amsterdam : The (.'( )!'-
RANT estimates that Ger-
man casualties thus far have
been a 337378.
New York:There is no
confirmation of the newspa-
pi 1 report that the British
cruiser Drake had captured
the German cruiser Roon.
Bermuda reports that noth-
ing have been heard there of
the affair.
New York:The French liner
Touraine brought a vague re
port of the German sea raider
Roon being blown up ten clays
ago.
Washington:---Justice Hughes
has issued a letter saying that
he is opposed to the use of Ins
name for the nomination for
; r< sident.
I. mdon : -There has beene
violent fightingalongtheSomm.
South of Anas f,,r ten di
Both sides claim some gains.
German losses are reported at
' O.
London:- Dutch rumours of a
German drive [for Channel
is discredited.
Rome:H is reported that
an} has often d peace to
Ik Igium and indemnity for
damages but with commercial
I riveleges that would make Ant
werp a centre >f < let man traffic.
New York: Mr. Rosveltsails
Friday for a thirty days tour of
[he West Indies.
London:Tin importation
of barley for making spii its
is to he restricted.
Lost
BETWEEN Queen St. and
West Hill St. a pink silk
sweater.
Return to Mr. J. B. Gai
dim 1 's store on Priam v St.
kinder will he reward' d.
For Rent
A SIX room cottage i\ith
hath attached, near l'ri
son and Fort Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LA1NG,
niuc H.11 St,
Af VT/L f\ Tt


MORSE RACING
Dunmore Track
Friday, February 11th, 1916
at 3:30 p.m.
[encral Admission Is.
Grand Stand and ParKing Space 2s.
Box seats 4s.
I.?
US
of
gleam
like the L
SUNL
is created i i rir< .lTVl
i crves y< ur clotl 1
h 'u" h uandmJ
.'.'..;],., }
' 'AP i- gu an teed pu:
I will not injure tl
; fa! ric,
:
. IT.
11
e Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York Mouse
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up East
-.-
-
j
. 13
i i
Rope
Ro
Sunlight Si
Lightning Soap
in Soap
Towi r Soap
Brown S< ap
6 i Is pei bar
Gets '
5 els "
.| ds "
6 its "
Limn
:. -fli
Automobiles \ Bicycles
ro Cars and Pope Bicycles {Ni*i*n) FOr
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent lor
IEO MOTOR CAR Co.
'ompt attention to all repairs
Supplies and accessories
Gasoline and Oils
Arrow
COLLAR
Made of a fine
white ire
Madrasan at-
tractive novelty
that is h> good
form.
ON SA1 I
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAI] li I
CLUETT, PI kBODY I ( 0., Inc.
MAKI R8, TROV, V V. (\. s. A.
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
V.\< lnsiv.' A|>cnl.
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling R<
A FULLli
** Coils ke]
delivered from1
in Nassau at NJ
plus Freight anl
Buy line ana
York Corqmissia
;uid the trouble oi
Ciias. E. \i
>HONE 402
./. R. SIMMS
47 Market St.
Advertise in
The 1 ribune.
For Hire"
HORSE and Bu kboalj
latti r lined up with
modernconvetiii in (soi Horse
saddled for riding purpo i
Sati factiqn guaranti i
1'or furthi i parti* ul
Applv at
_______ I RIB1 \l- i ifficc
Fjr Hire
Horse and Buggy
F itti (! up with .-ill modern
appliai
Com foil guaranti i d
For furthi i parlii ulnra
\| |-l\ Hi
Mis. BRIK E A. MOW I.
No, to I 'i i.iiii \ st% *


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