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r 17 Tribune, Nassau, S, fur* >• It, JMG. %  %  • Corner S ..iley * C I P.O. BO I PUIiMSHr.D DAILY RATES M :.iv, Wi %  i lay— • i (l Tuesday, an I I bursday%  Saturday ii h i f We.-I.lv Ml.ntlilv I I I 'l r\\ \ i.i.i IN AI>\ A \ %  ; Advi f. i 'ii-i in ertion: thn e penci hii eroiiil PI II • |uenl i user I er eielil ttbe tlribune Sntvirday March II, 1916 THE SOLDIER'S MOTHER. "A poi i old 'I imi I" j ki d, If j en hei ni the street; mve gua Wlni underneath those • it. You' %  • "! full well, 'Ii,, |gi it son The lad H whom she'd I To IE : inst the i lun. S! %  I how she let h \ I me I'll lell'l I I lopin some moiher'i heart to d t— and | min Are we %  tind the whol • partici] ating in ,i di monstrati i ol loyalty in which should look into this, the time— _> j Vpril is drawing near. If tins circular has reached any oni i or bi dy w hy is a suppre .1 and not published? We 'in ''.tit into pub lie notice with th • hope that in .,, i, a dei msti iti m we shall be recognizi I I parti ipate a <5 beco and pat i iotism. It will i I some quick step ping to keep up with the pro n. HA :: %  i ISLAND. Five ni' II came in i Harbour Island on Friday morning and offered their serWar with the ; 11 ihama • I %  w l 'our of tin e, I II Albury, Mb. it Barry. G rge Fi .nid MI I Swei ting passed the medii al i xamination and weie enlisti d Cleavi hind S mnders, much : did not pi The men came to \ MI i liarge of the Rev. A. H I lornet : ndei whom, assisted by Lam eCorpon Fi m, i hev have bei n di illing. VVeare told thai it is likely thai more men will volun ten from lliidisti ii i. D ySal, : v ed i'' l u ii i ign .. We wcro glad i) lnsp< ctoi ol tnd, rrived here the first • of March; off he went at on< e to woi k; he will leave h for Grand Bahama. I he Sloop*'Villa" left for Nassau Feb. 28th with Mi J. I'h impson, and Mrs. B. J. lirown and son to see the doctor. Mi. ihompson is the Pi incipal Kei per al (ireal I 1 c Lighthouse. Mr, L. Sawyer and chil here from Cum Cay night and \\ ill leave for au bj 1 he mail the third March. Mis. Sawyer will beg "it fi>ur weeks. 1. si ighl al the Baptist Youi Mi ng Mr. W. Sam! 0 the uucei t. intj of life, • int. restingly. SMI NAM: STEAMER INA %  R OF SING March 3 3 7 10 i' 1 M 17 17 -1 -I -I 3' 3' Miami Mom 1 Cast If Miami Miami M< xico Miami Mi irro Castle Miami M' \ 111 > Miami Mono Castle 1 nville \1 %  New V01 k Jacksonville [Mayport) •• York Jacksonville Maypi New Y< M k ivi lie %  New V ksonville (Mayport 1 II \ vv York p.m. 1.1 .1.111. 8.00 p m. 8.00 p.m. IO.31 a.m. 8.00 p.m. p.m. p.m. 10.31 %  a.m. p.m. 1 p.m. 10. v > a.m. I .111. p.m. : III. The pi 1 iple i en are planting am ever. Sisal Parcel Mails will be madi up and closed as follows: I 1 the United Kingdom and the Unih d States March and 3 1 .it noon. \ than The Zion I I Sund > Sch 10I co ivenl ion A ill con\Y1 me I k says to 'Mot liei. 1 he> need me ovi 1 I heie; 1 |,. Mntherlni.u's in danger, md lh'' '. a single man to I ; ird I %  i" \ 11 l 1 tiavi thi heart. KM U i I I Foi 1 ( his 1111-'; Wli I %  hi I it 1 esl But I u %  ould nol forgi 1 the call; [t 1 evei HI his ear, And of 1 n w tuld he ask of me— ould yu e me, mother • i~ ili-n I knew how hard it F01 him ' ll v win 1 .1; .\,,,i --I %  ould I. p So hi iv< 1 son, and so 1 s ii "Go, my I id, I 'I proud ol you, An.1 in ,\ 1 1 I I l -il w ays; ; |nwi itiiN oul I 'y mother be II ghe w iuld longei bid the* si ry." "And now I'm pi >ud I let him go, F01 ihou I. ••11 I'm -Mir i hat if I'd ki pi him he'd have fell A ifa ime that he could no! en dun-.' ll,i i\ ei w re bi ight and full 0 ill) be wenl on her w 1 She'll m he* sai mice Though her b >y be nuni with ihe slain. 'I he Ward Line St amer "Me din 1 steamed I'n miti Al 1n, 1 V D rn, Sam 11,.1 S. D William Mien i irdn r, Win ton P. I lenrj. \u gustus Mevers, Henrj ( > sb l son Pi mi. Charles B. R well, Paul \. Schollkoff, and l nil M Brooks; Mr Joseph J Till. 11< ni) Bi 1 !< II:o: The M nl St. amer "Miami" irrived 0 this morning with a nl general 1 i< 1 h intdise and the folio • %  passengei strom, Pi, ,-, 1 1. i'. I liomps a. and E.*M. I..nl.I: Mesdames A M. Piei II H. frowbri \li and Mrs R. Engestrom, Vfr. and Mrs. L. Thompson; M< ssrs I. T. Ryder, a id Guj Warm;.' from the South ha\e been ori ed in attack Villa. I he state irtment says thai no 1!' sion has been re: I as I the uriti w itli scrupuh us spi ct tci the soven igiity "I the Mexican Republic I lie foi will 1 '. der Ma j 1 (1 neral Funston. I 1 will be no F e SlJ,n > a ; td Creek ? a n P ; n men! I 1 .y at pre list Church Andrew Island Ren1 bu) |f Carranza forcM tins yeai on I hursday betore unab ( loprote( the! n I Sunday in August , ,. k ,,, fhe Mi iqi 5. ( ) nr Mi .'Hi %  ry Hev. Chas. A I' inn prays thai we will have good sin 1 ess this yeai and he will iry to meet the 1'mvi ntion if the Lrd be willing. M„Presidi the Conattitude of the I nit. I >-. I 1 iI za obii eti d In pn 1 ""' 1 1 "" S und *y ct ^ "'' ansoil. ll, 1 will be James Cistern Eleuthera, mp| wh ,. n ., c ells the attention ol all ol ,,.,,, u our pe pie i" tingreal woi k an( j house did nol and hat all Baptists feel it will awake t.) it and rally of 'ring MIHI the Standard of the troopsai n -tl e I ri ; -1 I uns fjross i i;i1 Villa a 1 st y .,• we had a glorious troops. time at Bimini and 1 an see no reason whyweshould not l 1 " • : v I 111> have a better time al Man, savi I \\V hope I the lime "a drop ni Ihe h our pood frieni s in tinUnited Hie view Hi •; lliev pracn Ij i the Vlliei M 11 Ii sin • %  111 %  %  1 w; 11 mnien -. S .1 .,1 1 %  : 11 ni-hi 'I le (Ji n 1 enl '•MI %  i e*l in \ hean n Inch |>i n 1 can Embassy has bi 1 n infori by Carranza thai ;.ooo troops i: 1 ent. I w hen all of our Ba ptis t chun In and Sunday schools will stand at (he head of the laddei foi uti i o n, p and peace. i in the 27th of July there will be a boat al N take all deli gates to Stan yard Cn ek, al .i-. the round trip. Ion; I I Coquette nod toi pedo bonl No, 11 %  Mint; by 1 > IMI.III K "> nun I 1 %  : 1 Dubflne w is --IIIII-'. twe men lost, I he Norw egi n bm k Silius was %  (1 f 1 he crew lost, Berlin: — Th I 1 1 mans cap tured Ablain Wood in Verdun reci'ni I'he I'rench 1 ned II hear from us again a foothold in For) Vaux. Yi iu wi in \t mail. 1 he Rev. R.H. Iv bin use as his subji ct, Sundaj March 5th 1916. rwo headwe are wonderin \ it thai ould bi but we shall l>n iw aboul il nexl is^ue I'.n 1 I here 1no change in the situation around Verdun. 1 I this story's plain, • I ithismore heroes tl WOllll he. Ami fewei slai kert, I fa il sure, Win 1 a moth rs such •RASMUS' THE COMMISSIONERS. V the in <-i incf the K11 (ieneral C01 %••<< men on I ues 1I.1 y in-\i i' 1 1 from the Chief For all information about Engineer and from the Bacterio The Mail Stearw 1 ••Miami" -i."l 1 Noon today foi Maypori Ida.w ith a c i l tomatoes "'daifci "'""-' "' In : iimn will b found a (ircular fi< >m the St. %  t\ dol> .1 1. its m Mn lln'iil, and ith in 111 on urn|i 1 %  ni i I ton 'I' 'I liirs woi 1I1 nl in khorih be luiniii oul es ip I plnsn this mi'%  I p. 1 res u -. %  d in hell n .1 nun 1 ii 1 n 1 lie 1:1.1 I'o da) l.i"\ %  l' 1 %  ::'ii 11 %  11 Iv 1 plants ei i 1 unn"• "I munitions, %  1,000,1 1" men and won %  Mil ion to these plants, un 1 1 %  i. > ti mnent supei v i~i"i I hi 1 '• a'many otliei 1 I in 1 be nn.nn I; 11 Ime uf shel Is and other war mati 1 i -.i-.l 1 Ii is hundn dnl i rtorH ., doing 1 t, while Ausii 1/. M l.i I'll, Soul Ii Africa .-md even India are .1 ll shippi &f hells ID the luns via I rai ce and ll.indii-. lii' i-.i~ 1 ihorousbly organiz d than 1 C lw i ia in and 1iuinin/j 011,1 millions of sliclls ; Russia has taken ovei plants vi ry mui Ii fis l.lr>yd-< ii nrge did in England, while the w hole nf .1 i|'iM has been tin ni u into • %  woi k ^h"|i f'H 1I1.product ion of shells ami other munitions fi r Rus-II. When t" these 1 nunti iei 1 added ihe output o( [[al) and whalevel Belgium may be able to do, tin' conclusion r< m bed is thai w h j Ie the supplies from ihe United Slates are ven welcome. and will help in smfttfiei ing the German funs, the Allie are in no n 1 v dependent upon I Incle Sam for their supplies of high exphtsives, Tht Tom nal of commerce, Montreal. with I logist 11. respi CI to the condition f the water supply Will i>e pre d. The secretary will also hi ing Mr ward a circular letter from the ing Colonial Seen tay, stating that the (i" ernot had received in structions from the Secretary of stale Mr ihe Colorjlat thai in fu tine no Remington typewriters are in be used in publie offices, Cleaner, Kingston .In. —:o! UNCLE SAM'S SHELLS. DESPITE the Mn ihai Iha i'. 1! iilj •-• nding two 1 Advertise in* unihe Tribune. *t Mi^r



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n Tribune, Nassau, S :: :?:G THE ROYAl SOCIETY OF ST. GEORGE. FOUNDPD. 242, Sha'tesbury \vcniie oomsbury), Loud .11. 171U January, 1916. ENGLISH "FLAG DAY" Roy il S< iiy 01 St. George \( )rB inising throughout tli<' En ing I le w would have done so long ago, 1. remark quoted by tinRev Father Bernard tfaughan yes terday in opening his sermon .re a large congregation. I!" added that t .>was a sample of pire,ademoi in honour ol fa blairtiewien bent to him by and, and in memoiy ul her .,.,.. r-_...i who li ive laid down tbi ii od m defence ol .in Empire hod now invite* the patiriotic co-opera 101 only "f English men Hud English women through oui the World, but <>f nil those who live beneath the proti 1 I Foldsoi our sluiious F I ifl April l v I t. iday—is I . d' Day, the n ime day nl our beloved King -the te*-centen. ,i,. s|,ireand Boj Sc mts D 1? .surely a concaten ntion of inspiring events worthy "i celebration, I 1,.. noration will not be restrict' d to the Dominions ol the Kinc-I' mperor, and arrati %  nti iJy in progress to s the participation of out French th h r" ; "s, ',',' ','( philosophy. U Kmnen in tha United States of ^ m Prussia, in II RIGHTEC UB81E SAYS FATHER VOUGHAN. London, 1 j. -"Whydoes " "' Eoglaiid. God stop un "3 %  X i re unmissions, nno have been it rving w ith the for ces in France and Gallipoli Mam of tliese ha\ e been killed 1 bunded, with then still fun 1 Iding t< gethi 1 ties ol Empire betw 1 en Im peri .1 and C lonin 1 arms. %  1 roni the first n was Ilia al Ihe W 1 si Indie-might be permitted to furnish ui its foi the new 1 1 I.ut tins did not meet with offi cial appro' ;d at homi until the summei of 19-15, 1 en contin its immediately b( gan to l>r dispatched from the vari >us Col nil s, and the formation of the "British West Indies Ri gi in. n t" DRI: 1 Welch's GVL*? Juice. post. His answer was that God did not st' p the war because, ', ing almighty, He could drav. out of it, and, being all loving, Ha did BO -I have b ten asl "'1 this ques tion: 'Can \ ou deny that C 11 • i ianity has been proven l>\ this war to be .1 a 'astiv failure .1 answer ill the Socratic method by puttin '. another questi >n : vVhat iChristianity li is a body of il I code <>f morality making for the salva ,,,,,, (1 | j.,.. ,pl( s eml raring it ChristianitN has no< fail d ; has not been o>ed' BECAME AN ASSURED FACT. >,,:, 1 h< 11, B< veral thousand mi n havi arrived in thi Camp been clothed, equipped, armed, 01 ganised and. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. Pin 9d. 8s. 6d. pci doz. \ Pinl 5d. 4s. 6d. 1 1 A T \ 1 ,|,at .heir Father Vaughnn the well vers il wi Eng _l -.nut, whrch n t ,,nl. symbolises then faith,but as I with th 11 own n it ion*! %  !• I signil . I igno vin the %  I lie 1 of a!' 1 Imme and abroad] will c li was fashionable today with a(lt j are well on with training Ictrni borrow ing theii ,,) now consists ol the 1st and 2nd Seiice and thi r d R< serve Battalions, with en ii 1 trail in Jamai 1 nd variou unit! Ii< 'I i i ,,, "' l|rr there w %  > such I sin, but HI • %  nattet B it i had luACK S 222 Bay St. AND Tie Nassau Candy Kitchen >pp. Hotel Colonial. t.. ; '"•' b > ( ; "' Colonies. Colom I A E Bar many, and hi pd God that c | iar d 1-in command, this War had c Major < '• W. R kins, ' I I %  : I j i from Odm ba 1 toCbrifl ,,,_,. ma „d, and C |>i \ P. J t, Royal Berkshire 11 l ent.adjutant. 1 xffli, full infantn bri| (Continu •' ) a „ d ,, ,,. ,.,,,, L ipidly augmented in ..: of LOCAL Wa. R e f 1 '" P ass | a mai ing to an int< "' I'll iment il liistoi Majoi I I tan i tiiitf who was le ihe 1 %  |n .1 lll\IMM|). • lie I len, and it is w itlnn the the isiands. The men in ... I 1 ICtoo in ,, ,.,] j s ex( ,.; 1 phys I'-o latme " %  <..-..<., waj M|( '" l ,v 1 , sl I ; P orersin ,„..„,. ult mev rj : 1 mtici] ition. 11 .. n held in I %  1, r\ Coun It is n<>w the tuin Mother! \ it ion? and ihe hut o. 1 I'hfe nnn buildinj ou %  ciallj • F, the blood red Flag "f I a should be H' ing on 1 ,, v nexl m ''" : braut r. p ,., ioiism -h mid be linl e %  I the earlii it ex the \\ has 1" '' '' IU thoriu thai in tins " " l< i much aii"! to do, and no m It 1 id of the VV<-t Indian • he will do all thai THE CHURCHES SUNDAY, MARCH 12 ST. \l VN %  EISH CH I 1. in. H>h inion a l," Third Bahamas Cos uinger t for the War. T ill. Recruiting Com now i men for 1 e I bird Ba\ T ot ice is hi 1 thai %  ft-m H 'I am |]|( fj omma ndani al open dail) (Sundays exempt • %  \\ I. Ri %  is quite unique in the l %  % %  tunatel I %  .. 1. v e r y i es t i 11 a p m. I "Lent in the Pray11 • p.m. Evi l he Hebrew ill '" : to it. was I >sl in shipwre |,jg n %  ird of "When w y, inasmuah HS no | August 1914, a wave of patrio ||o:l 0 f" o ur population fei tic enthusiaugh mor( a burning patriotism and all the West Indian Islands, and un fiin C |,ing |o to oui immediatel} tincl \\ all th al fo| fr( jo, appre filing an 1 ( j al j on ,,1 equality the '" l" M law and "t. all th ds in a thorou d, v. Indies S. A i II {CH Tow N und.ii in Lent. lol> Communion. 1. in. a.111 I • 11 snouiu i"iiinoi II IUS "" • %  1 in %  M 1 I. • -1 w ; ( li rn speci illy so stal 1 Ihousandsol ortby of I mtiful 1 .i...,. ; 1 it.... f..i . 1 I. • lt ,. ii id in mil nun his) .rv, and ii is hoped thai as .1 ited with id not preclude, hut m 1 e, "' S| -i.da'i I %  Day; 1" ,|,.,swho li ive died and I < whi Hre fiRbtint! in militai e, and numbe s wen enrolled at po stations Many of men had seen a, tives 1 with the d-and tie fighting am estry from wi.ii h They ,.,,,. p f( it,, bear their por lion of ihe burden ol I mpire, and to endui for tin ,1s for which oui armies are a.m. Soli inn Mass, Sermon F s s .1 V. 1 p 111. I in. m, Snh mi Evi nsong mmi l>\ VI. E Webb. GOSPI I. HALL 1. CHRIS DOWDBSWELI -I-I 11m. to 5 p in. w hi all information with n gard with thi Contin genl 1 nits, as si 1 ni a* 1 ,1 will taken on I e strength and [>aid from dal list in. ut. R H C CRAWFORD. Ci mm.iinlant ol Police and h i in. Ri %  I Com. I olii ird rl\ Room, qth I 1 bru try We1 h H giment, and B : 'a r B e Percentage 1 l the -.thers fig | ltingi thus that they I that Wtars nd Pu pus had ... 111 '1 lined in the l -anna! '„, 1 adorned with ihe red and Militia. All the old fighting tj on than ever befoi %  as a com Englan I a I dra| „.,il, I ho red CroSS i aural of the Soldier vnii'. I de \V n i-. not overl more tn in w il| money be neede I next y C r when doi Rtioni of I irge %  ected; I, , pennies plentiful,and the work |. ... g n re nakiog" Rood ,.,,, B ,nd will no! be ni I'd 111 ,,. |, ,,,,,. ih %  di"l 1 1 or adding to comfoits of tli"'-'' of their ,. ,unti) n n it the front. England'! I 1 f ,11 inon .1 Sunday, "Flag Day'" will he held the day before SHI ur d iy-'>' the d y ifier, Monday but the mosi 1 uitable day of the w ho 1 • Saturday. The Society \t ordering millions ,,i r igs of variou p itterns and piril ofl e islandsagain spring ; ,,, p ar1 1 into life; old talesand traditi "FUSILIER." The terms of Jamaica's offer of the native re [imenl revived S nne of the Militia „i,its were formed over two hundred vea 1 and have privili I Royal Regiments. I ||,. V were r lised f->r. THE DEFENCE OF THE COLONIES. and mi man ions resit invasi ms b> Spanish or Fr< nch f ,rce8 Jainaic '' '" the Crown by the local for. the N ip ileonic Wars, and again won midv ing fame in wrestling Guadeloupe Bnd Martinique from the "Little Corporal"'— continuing the work ol 1 mpire in the three \sh inteeand other In all the Schr. ALMA ; i.i.lv Mr *A/-|| j| TllP;rlAV York, and Mr.I Will sail i uesaay, 14th inst., from Sawyer's Wharf for Cat Island. Rum Cay and Watlings. are : incn ase her c mtinp and to pay all at ten nt of a total cl per annum foi forty ; —The Gleaner. Feb. 2nd. 1916 HOWARD RUFF. i aval:. ould be l A FETE UNDER THE DI JTINGUISHEO PA OF His Excellency The Governor will !>r hold in GOVERNMENT HOUSE GARDENS On March 1 ; in aid of the BRITISH RED CROSS | ,n shillin ALL ARE I X VI w |ohn Bertran All 11 ill', invited. ST JOHN • C LTHEDRAL M The Rev. 1 .. \ rhompson 5 T. I.. pn 11 ei in en. : \1 iming theme. 1 I a III. I ilth among all nations |l ds. Evening tin me, 7 p.m. The Call of Hi* Disi i| I ,nd 1 will make you fishers id nun." This will !" %  the Rev. Mr. Thompsi n's last sermon until .-,..,, he le i' es foi New York Ion the 16th ii The public aie cordially invited. There will be music DJ the Welcome Cornet BandDi and Roberts. Come and beat them. Pleasant usl Warned S M M.I. cottagi i rooms furnished. Season 1916 1917. addre: s replies to, TRIhUNK Ofl For Rent The Found. I . ~OL'U rooms ibove TRIBUNE Office. Occupatidn given lit April. Apply to L. G1LBER r DUPUCM. For Rent A SIX roorn c I 1 je with I 'ri I Al liUtt. / r/L A TBD a.



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^CP\ The Tribune, Nassau, S:ur aj March 11, 1916. LOGWO 3 I to notify tl Mic that he is £ LOGWOOD and wall ] : same whatever the el price is H. J. CLAMDGE T Easi %  t, XII READY TO WEAR RAINCOATS 32/& 42/If 7.68 Qol.l, • 10.08 Oolfli. Fears "ALL WEATHER" Ready to Wear Raincoat la a Tailor made u, al onreipense nd we will returnyonrmoney In full Including AL1. p I paid oat. DESCRIPTION. I ne R ".l!lan leves and bsautlfully cut shoulders jilve perfed • %  '&wrir s ivra freedom of movement. The full skin f knees. I'uBs Lav -i.iiTii %  .-, ,,,. sports Mi..i,, h ,. I'ruHnian loiiarand hint.nto 11 %  • neok. Made In (ha Brown. Drab. Ktiwn. Green ami Smoke. Sleeve* are lined IHIUIIU and > %  li uii piaid material. Weight i 32 orl7.MIS0lirI.0wPrlc*foran"AI.l. WEATH^:R %  • W— Raincoat, unit, frnin warriMitinl IUIn|ir.>i.t Material, KUarantee,I t. MM-nti~fi4i-tli.il. Read J to Wl I G %  in S 2 167.68) For 4-2 .or f 10.08 you can have an" All WEATHER" Ratiii:-! ii made from the celebrit d "Garblrcord" Rainproof material. Soihin thu human u \ niachlnervp ttedl "Garb rcord" .' I %  i rhi pr %  %  irable. I tl .• in even 11 i-t, i. %  to wear. So. TO 100 I'rlce 42ifll.OSi Slock Sizes 'l.ura Lmye !.•< %  2 8 or 60 f. X 37 38 tO 13 II In.In-. Length II 15 id 17 18 18 IN TAKING MEASUREMENTS light over • %  which ttie Raincoat will !>•worn. Raincoats Made to Measure 26 r 60c SEND ONLY A. or 100 wllh Vour otl,t WI L "> Order.it thenbesenl i r Post niih-e "Cash on Delivery Servi.-,. and 'I.i i n %  psMn on delli Ralnooal .lade to Measure "..r Kxi a t. F.I trod ONE QUARTER VHltte wllh vour ofdeX SPECIAL WAR GUARANTEE WF. GUARANTEE the safe delivery of all our Goods dunui Iht ild any !<, %  til replace them absolutely FRF.E in ill SPORTS MODEL liitlv WSMSTi FEARS LTD. (Established 1643), Hi It! he las-* J ntlor*. & Woollen Mrrchiinls US Bristol Br.cls>, BRISTOL, Km-In ml. TOWN Momrf. f n Ordinary !ARROW COLLAR All Arrow collars are made of fabrics bleached and shrunk in our own plants. They always tit and sit correctly and are the most durable. ON BALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUBTT, PRABODY h CO., Inc. MAKERS, TROY. N. Y. l\, S. A. in 06W00B The highest price paid for LOGWOOD in any quantity chipped for shipping* and delivered on Wharf at Nassau from nowon to July 1st. Chas. B. ROCKWELL, Palm Gats, Nassau St. or John BUTLER, Nassau. DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All niakcs and sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. H. T. BRICE CommissionMerchant OFFICE : West Side Big Sponge Kxchsngi. Nassau, N. P. Bahamas. X5he Imperial Orchesta i2 /.; Violin; 1 2n i Vi lin, Vi Flute, Trap In B E< is to inform iheii fi iends and the public thai i hey are rquip| >ed with ^-?wcs23Sisi2KJ all latesi music I odern dances, garden parties, and entertainments, Hnd ialso prepared to ao epl engagement • il -li"i i notice. 11 i ms n, is. mable. For further pat ticulars, see Mi ss.rs 'I lios. W, I I I ; \ I | | "t g m | C. McPhersi n, or Walter F Weir, Baillou Hill Road. To be had at all Grocers C. L. LofthOUSe* Company's Agent %  Eai.V ... : %  • Ke M Guard T HERE are responsibilities that every patriotii citizen must beat in this season of national peril, other than fighting for the flag. Not the leasl ol these is preserving the balam e ol i rade. THE SHOE 11 STORE is on guard, and in spite 'if the advancng pi ire of leal and the increase in the wages of the fai lorj vvorkers, have succeeded in sei uring the largest ordei of its history. This week's cousignmenl per "Kotonia" sums up 2io cases containin %  • irs "I" boots and shoes all, hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan \K Gv money can be made Cleaning Sisal on Shares Old Fort Plantation, New Providence Come direct to ()ld Fort, Sheltei provided. The Rudiments of Music in 20 Lessons S IMPLE, efficient and practicable. Investigate lot youi self. Of interest to beginners, advanced students and teachers. Particularson application to I.. W. DUVALLIER Tuner and repairer of Pianos and Organs. <> Burnside Lane i Sear Victoria Ave.) I0WLES With these reinforcements he Big Four will be able to keep the enemy High Prices off its territory and Customers may rely on purchasing at the old prices in spiti of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mai ketS abroad. G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big4, Bay M. (Sponge Exchange) AGENT HORSES wr-^m SHEE CATTLE % W POU] SPONQE, SISAL and other It FOP Sale 20,000 DOZEN Pineapple Slips @ £% per IOOO Dot) II. .Delivery August ist, 1916. Parties desiring to purchase any of tins lot should make application at once. Applv to WAITER K MOORE. For Sale Rl'IT Lot in Nassau St. directly opposite s." it ulars apply to JNfi" OFFICE Insist On Klrkman's Borax Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York House The Tribune, for Modern Printing



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'"A*** LATEST RADIOGRAMS •4 "THE TRIBUNEWANTS ADVTS. FOR RESULT ADVERTISE IN "THE TRIBUNE" vv> Special Rales to yearly Advertisers SVJIIIVJ. B.IIIII nm ivirnfr in veih* ine.M>*tri Belrt|| bound loiweai to ihe Doimti ol no Master. NOTICE Tne Regular Delivery -m$0 TRIBUNE" Is now guaranteed. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE Vol. XIII. No. 94 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. MARCH II. 1916 Price. THREE CENTS Newly Formed B.W. I. Regiment. Loyalty And Courage. T HE following article ;i|> pens 111 the January issue ol the "United Empire (war number). HisM ij sty the King lias been grai iousl) pleased to appro* e l tli>' V-VVsl India Islands, to be entitled Hie Bi itish Wi si tndu Uegiment"— E Ktra i i from the "London Gatette," Octobei 21 1 IInited Empire from time t" time publishes s veiylittle map of the world, showing British pendant of jewels, Rung to the imrth, ami from Ihe Bahamas the last con I iugenl has just ai 1 ived, making a total strength ol ihree battalion*; and anothi i thousand men are on tin ir wa>. Koui leen different island Colo nil have helped to pro\ ide the various drafts, ()ne da\ some Ureal psychologist may devise a unit ol nieasun rnenl lor LOYALTY, PATRIOTISM, SELFSACRIFICE, mi HI. 1 3i.,; King's Own Bor derers, 18 : I ast Surrej Regi ment, j810; Sussex Regiment, 17-'-; :> mill Staffordshire i 763; I lortetshire R egi men t 1794; south Lancashire \i e ,14 1 m 1 n 1 176*; '! he W < Ish Regi m e n t 176?; Black Watch, 1762; Ox fordshire and Buckingharnshin Light Infantrj 1 763 1 794; Nor thamptonshire Regiment, i/6a i7< fI ; Kind's Royal Rifle Corps, Mam In ster Regiment, i s .. North Staffordshire Regicourage aad Imperial spirit,and ment, 1794; York and Lam ii then tin british Lmpire be Regiment, 1794 Possessions in vivid patches ol drawntoscale.it will be sui led. The equatorial scale is marked, implj ing that the real distances are s i 0 >o,ooo times gieater than those of the map itself. Thus the Indian Empire. occupies about one inch, the longest way, and Australia the same length al Maximum. Ca nada tuns l 1 a full two inchi s and a quarti 1, ninth east and south west w lii le ; ireat Bi itain and Ireland could be covered bv a sixpenci—all to he imagined 81,000,000 diameters greater, .\ii ica show s up a good second 10 India in two plans, m tne sou lit and in Egypt; luit else where the red spots become a tiny pattern along the Wesl Coast, ending at < .amlna, some 14.de*,. or 1 •, deg. N., while hardly more man the touch of a good fat ml) dipped in ledger red marks that fail sized bit of territory. So far, the little map is a weakstimulent to our imagination without more knowledge of our Colonies, If we follow the line of the (iuld Coast due westward across the main equatorial current mid North and South Atlantic some two thousand miles, to the north-east mainland of South America, we come toa patch of colour marking Guiana (old Demerarai and Georgetown, the most southern part of the West Indies. It is from here that the fust of the West India Contingent! to our new armies comes. Thence, closing in the purple and blue waters of the Caribbean Sea, the Imperial necklace bears away north and wesl in a graceful curve of tiny fed spots, passing through the Windward and I.reward Islands until ii is fasti ned safely to the mainland of Central America (anothi re ilingenl el B in British I' The Ba hamas furaished a si pi ising if the individual jew els of the Wesl India nei klai e are not found to rival the "Cullin• ans' and "Koh incors' ol othei pai is of the Empire. "it is w 11 th while to look back on the splendid fighting records ol \\ est Indians w hat they li.'\ t 1 contributed to Bi itain's glory. The "cockpit of the na\ y," tin Re island teeming with traditions and lust or) of brave deeds I irake, I law kins, Benbow, Vernou, Rodney, Nelson,are names that come to DIIIKI at once A brief account of our BChicvi ment in those waters would cover a good poi tion of oui naval his tor) and militate as \\ ell. K01 conquering, tenacious, holding ami fighting spirit, the history of those islands and coast settlements is stirring reading. Some of them conquered against foe after foe, lost and reconquered a gain.Ths battle tali sof the VvV si Indies and the daring deeds of its men are hard to match. Small wonder, then, that a new "British West Indies Regiment is here in our new armies, ready to uphold the proud traditions of its homes and its people. Asevidence of the fighting that has taken place in the West Indies, the following list of Battle Honours may be cited:— BATTLE HONOURS GAINED IN WEST INDIES ON THE COLOURS OF LINE REGIMENTS. Mart i n iq ue—Royal Warwickshire Regiment, 1792; Rcyal Fusiliers, 1809; King's Liverpool Regiment iSog;Nor folk Regiment, 1809; Somerset Light Infantry, 1 76a; Leicesh r •-lure Regimen,'., 176a; Royal I asilh*rs, 1794! Cheshire iment, 1753; Welsh RegiGuadeloupe—The Hulls, 1759; East Yorkshire Regiment, l8lo; Gloucestershire R e g i m e n t, 1750; I ast Surrey Regiment, 1810; South Staffordshire Regi ment, 1759; York and Lancashire Regiment. 1759; Cf'ieronians Scottish Rifles, 1809; Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1; Gloucestershire Regiment 1763; East Surrey Regiment. 1 794; Black Watch, I759i Mauler Regiment, 1759, 1810; North Staffordshire Regiment, '75') Havannah -Mast Yorkshire Regiment, 1778; Leicestershire Ri giment, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1778; 1763; Cheshire Regi nt, 1763; iloucestershire Regiment, 1778; Border Regi Hunt, 1778; Sussex Regiment, 1778; South Lancashire Regiment. 171 3; Black Watch, 1759; Oxfordshire and Buckingham shire Light Infantry; The Essex Regiment; Northamptonshire Regiment; King's Royal Rifle Corps. St. Lucia—Border Regiment; Sussex Regiment, 1778; South Lancashire Regiment, 1778; Berkshire Regiment 1778; North Staffordshire Regiment, 1803. St. Vincent—The Welsh Regiment. Ueminica—The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Space vvill not allow more than brief reference to what these men have done for Empire in ourown time. The scores of medal ribbons seen among them —Ashantee, Kumassi, West, Last, and South Africa—indi cate the part they have played. The soldier spirit has been kept up by the volunteers and Militia of the Islands, and by example of the "West India Regiment," whose men have been enlisted. trained, and often stationed in the Islands. "The West India Regiments H re 1 a ised in the last years of the eight) enth century, pi imari ly ha sei \ ice in the Carolines North \merca) The snd W 1 si India Regimi nl was dati d 1 and railed "The St. Vincent Ran ers,*' and later nn, "Brigadier>( i< neral Myer's Regi men I on Foot." They w ere found to be of such value that in a short ome no le?s than ten regil I West Indian troops 1.1 isd. \lan\ of these unit-; had disappeared by 1 S 1 oni\ four were h ft, Ihe fourth regi men I was disbanded in the sevei ties, and Ihe third 1 rs later. In 1888 the isl md snd W. I Regiment ;am ued into one j nenl, "Inch now consists of two ha t talions of four com panies each Its I all le honours embrace a great variety of minor 1 spedil i ons, in addition t" the bettet known names of "Dorni'Martinique 1^09," "Guadrlouqe 1810," •'Ashantee .4," "Wesl Africa 1 3-4" iei 1,1 Lei 11 e 1 8 v I he reginn nt saw much Bei vice in the thiee Ashant-.'o w..is. ,nid BORE THE BRUNT OF THE WORK, which was found too hmd for white roops, Dui ing the pres< nt v. H I 1 hej ha\ e been 1 ngaged in 'le dillicult opei.! n ins in the C 1 meroon, Thej ha\ e been stationed m man) places in \\'i si tfiicanpi >ss< ssions, in the Wesl Indian Islands and British Guiana. The regiment had been I und of great \ a lue in pioneei wi>rk, a vei y ess ntial I ranch of military duty, which does not always recejve adequate recognition in histories. (Continued on third page.) I Advice to Nursing Mothers M ANY mothers would like to feed their own children, but are denied the privili ge of doing so, because they have not sufficient nourishment for them. The "AUenburys" scientific system of Infant Feeding lias provided for all this. When a mother is partly able to feed bw hahy she may give The "Allenbury*" Milk Food No. I for alternate feeds, BO alike are tho natural and prepared food in this instance, and this food should be continued until the weaning process has been entirely completed The mother herself mu -t he well nourished and to this end may partake freely of the 'Allenburys" DIET a partially piBdigested milk and wheated food, which like tho Milk Food No. 1, is instantly made ready for use by simply adding boiling water only. After childbirth the "Allenburys" DIET is surprisingly helpful in maintaining the strength and producing a good ilow of rich milk. 4<enbumsFa)ds Th* "AII...U..-..." crw",r*c Sgr v* ...,. „ MIS The "Allenburys" FOODS For Infant*. The "Allenburys" DIET For Nursing Mothers. Milk Food No. I. Milk I Mi No. I. From 1 1 birth to 3 month*. 3 to o month*. Malted Food No. ]. Krom 6 month, upwards. The Mlrnkui > Feeder. The Simplest Aoil Bi'Bl FosdHsl Bottle on ttar Msrk.-i bell] rls.uisi.tl b flushing iiml'T iti.. Lip. For Nursing Mothers. Invalids Dyspeptics, and the Aged Th* 1)1 KT is OUIM dlstini-t I, m the 'Allsuburrs Foods for Infanta. Tke Allrakarye' tasks (Malted) From 10 months upwards. The 'Allenburys' Food* are made under special processes by machinery, and are entirely untouched by hand. WriU for /re. boo* "Inlmnt Feeatlnaj anal Management' pngrt ' i lu W.information for stvrs mother. Allen (i Hanburys Ltd., London, England. A.D. 1715. Established 200 Yearn. A.D. 1915. •4 A! 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4
"THE TRIBUNE-
WANTS ADVTS.
FOR RESULT
ADVERTISE IN
"THE TRIBUNE"
vv>
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Advertisers
SvjIIivj. b.IiIii nm ivirnfr in veih* ine.M>*tri
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........._.........-
NOTICE
Tne Regular Delivery
-m$0 TRIBUNE"
Is now guaranteed.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
SUBSCRIBE .
Vol. XIII. No. 94
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. MARCH II. 1916
Price. THREE CENTS
Newly Formed B.W. I.
Regiment.
Loyalty And Courage.
THE following article ;i|>
pens 111 the January issue
ol the "United Empire '
(war number).
HisM ij sty the King lias been
grai iousl) pleased to appro* e
from cool ingents of the inhabi-
tants <>l tli>' V-VVsl India Islands,
to be entitled Hie Bi itish Wi si
tndu Uegiment" E Ktra i i
from the "London Gatette,"
Octobei 21 1
IInited Empire from time t"
time publishes s veiylittle map
of the world, showing British
pendant of jewels, Rung to the
imrth, ami from Ihe Bahamas
the last con I iugenl has just ai
1 ived, making a total strength
ol ihree battalion*; and anothi i
thousand men are on tin ir wa>.
Koui leen different island Colo
nil have helped to pro\ ide the
various drafts, ()ne da\ some
Ureal psychologist may devise a
unit ol nieasun rnenl lor
LOYALTY, PATRIOTISM, SELF-
SACRIFICE,
mi hi. 1 3i.,; King's Own Bor
derers, 18 : I ast Surrej Regi
ment, j810; Sussex Regiment,
17-'-; :> mill Staffordshire i 763;
I lortetshire R egi men t 1794;
south Lancashire \i e ,14 1 m 1 n 1
176*; '! he W < Ish Regi m e n t
176?; Black Watch, 1762; Ox
fordshire and Buckingharnshin
Light Infantrj 1 763 1 794; Nor
thamptonshire Regiment, i/6a
i7 Mam In ster Regiment,
is .. North Staffordshire Regi-
courage aad Imperial spirit,and ment, 1794; York and Lam
ii then tin british Lmpire be Regiment, 1794
Possessions in vivid patches ol drawntoscale.it will be sui
led. The equatorial scale is
marked, implj ing that the real
distances are si.0 >o,ooo times
gieater than those of the map
itself. Thus the Indian Empire.
occupies about one inch, the
longest way, and Australia the
same length al Maximum. Ca
nada tuns l 1 a full two inchi s
and a quarti 1, ninth east and
south west w lii le ; ireat Bi itain
and Ireland could be covered bv
a sixpenciall to he imagined
81,000,000 diameters greater,
.\ii ica show s up a good second
10 India in two plans, m tne
sou lit and in Egypt; luit else
where the red spots become a
tiny pattern along the Wesl
Coast, ending at < .amlna, some
14.de*,. or 1 , deg. N., while
hardly more man the touch of a
good fat ml) dipped in ledger
red marks that fail sized bit of
territory. So far, the little map
is a weakstimulent to our ima-
gination without more know-
ledge of our Colonies,
If we follow the line of the
(iuld Coast due westward across
the main equatorial current
mid North and South Atlantic
some two thousand miles, to
the north-east mainland of
South America, we come toa
patch of colour marking Guiana
(old Demerarai and George-
town, the most southern part of
the West Indies. It is from here
that the fust of the West India
Contingent! to our new armies
comes. Thence, closing in the
purple and blue waters of the
Caribbean Sea, the Imperial
necklace bears away north and
wesl in a graceful curve of tiny
fed spots, passing through the
Windward and I.reward Islands
until ii is fasti ned safely to the
mainland of Central America
(anothi re ilingenl el B
in British I' The Ba
hamas furaished a si
pi ising if the individual jew els
of the Wesl India nei klai e are
not found to rival the "Cullin
ans' and "Koh incors' ol othei
pai is of the Empire.
"it is w 11 th while to look
back on the splendid fighting
records ol \\ est Indians
w hat they li.'\ t 1 contributed to
Bi itain's glory. The "cockpit
of the na\ y," tin Re island
teeming with traditions and
lust or) of brave deeds I irake,
I law kins, Benbow, Vernou,
Rodney, Nelson,are names that
come to diiikI at once A brief
account of our BChicvi ment in
those waters would cover a
good poi tion of oui naval his
tor), and militate as \\ ell. K01
conquering, tenacious, holding
ami fighting spirit, the history
of those islands and coast settle-
ments is stirring reading. Some
of them conquered against foe
after foe, lost and reconquered a
gain.Ths battle tali sof the VvV si
Indies and the daring deeds of
its men are hard to match.
Small wonder, then, that a new
"British West Indies Regiment
is here in our new armies, ready
to uphold the proud traditions
of its homes and its people.
Asevidence of the fighting
that has taken place in the
West Indies, the following list
of Battle Honours may be cit-
ed:
BATTLE HONOURS GAINED IN
WEST INDIES ON THE
COLOURS OF LINE
REGIMENTS.
Mart i n iq ueRoyal War-
wickshire Regiment, 1792;
Rcyal Fusiliers, 1809; King's
Liverpool Regiment iSog;Nor
folk Regiment, 1809; Somerset
Light Infantry, 1 76a; Leicesh r
-lure Regimen,'., 176a; Royal
I asilh*rs, 1794! Cheshire
iment, 1753; Welsh Regi-
GuadeloupeThe Hulls, 1759;
East Yorkshire Regiment, l8lo;
Gloucestershire R e g i m e n t,
1750; I ast Surrey Regiment,
1810; South Staffordshire Regi
ment, 1759; York and Lanca-
shire Regiment. 1759; Cf'ier-
onians Scottish Rifles, 1809;
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers,
1; Gloucestershire Regiment
1763; East Surrey Regiment.
1 794; Black Watch, I759i Mau-
ler Regiment, 1759, 1810;
North Staffordshire Regiment,
'75')
Havannah -Mast Yorkshire
Regiment, 1778; Leicestershire
Ri giment, Royal Inniskilling
Fusiliers, 1778; 1763; Cheshire
Regi.....nt, 1763; iloucestershire
Regiment, 1778; Border Regi
Hunt, 1778; Sussex Regiment,
1778; South Lancashire Regi-
ment. 171 3; Black Watch, 1759;
Oxfordshire and Buckingham
shire Light Infantry; The Essex
Regiment; Northamptonshire
Regiment; King's Royal Rifle
Corps.
St. LuciaBorder Regiment;
Sussex Regiment, 1778; South
Lancashire Regiment, 1778;
Berkshire Regiment 1778; North
Staffordshire Regiment, 1803.
St. VincentThe Welsh Re-
giment.
UeminicaThe Duke of
Cornwall's Light Infantry.
Space vvill not allow more
than brief reference to what
these men have done for Empire
in ourown time. The scores of
medal ribbons seen among them
Ashantee, Kumassi, West,
Last, and South Africaindi
cate the part they have played.
The soldier spirit has been kept
up by the volunteers and Militia
of the Islands, and by example
of the "West India Regiment,"
whose men have been enlisted.
trained, and often stationed in
the Islands.
"The West India Regiments
h re 1 a ised in the last years of
the eight) enth century, pi imari
ly ha sei \ ice in the Carolines
North \merca) The snd W 1 si
India Regimi nl was dati d 1
and railed "The St. Vincent
Ran ers,*' and later nn, "Bri-
gadier>( i< neral Myer's Regi
men I on Foot." They w ere
found to be of such value that
in a short ome no le?s than ten
regil I West Indian troops
1.1 is- d. \lan\ of these
unit-; had disappeared by 1S
1 oni\ four were h ft, Ihe
fourth regi men I was disbanded
in the sevei ties, and Ihe third
1 rs later. In 1888 the
isl md snd W. I Regiment
;am ued into one j
nenl, "Inch now consists
of two ha t talions of four com
panies each Its I all le honours
embrace a great variety of minor
1 spedilions, in addition t" the
bettet known names of "Dorni-
'Martinique 1^09,"
"Guadrlouqe 1810," 'Ashantee
.4," "Wesl Africa 1
3-4" iei 1,1 Lei 11 e 1 8 .v I he
reginn nt saw much Bei vice in
the thiee Ashant-.'o w..is. ,nid
BORE THE BRUNT OF THE WORK,
which was found too hmd for
white roops, Dui ing the pre-
s< nt v.hi 1 hej ha\e been 1 ngag-
ed in 'le dillicult opei.!- n ins in
the C 1 meroon, Thej ha\ e been
stationed m man) places in
\\'i si tfiicanpi >ss< ssions, in the
Wesl Indian Islands and British
Guiana. The regiment had
been I und of great \ alue in
pioneei wi>rk, a veiy ess ntial
I ranch of military duty, which
does not always recejve ade-
quate recognition in histories.
(Continued on third page.)
I
Advice to
Nursing Mothers
MANY mothers would like to feed their
own children, but are denied the privili ge
of doing so, because they have not suffi-
cient nourishment for them. The "AUenburys"
scientific system of Infant Feeding lias provided
for all this. When a mother is partly able to
feed bw hahy she may give The "Allenbury*" Milk
Food No. I for alternate feeds, BO alike are tho
natural and prepared food in this instance, and this
food should be continued until the weaning process
has been entirely completed The mother herself
mu -t he well nourished and to this end may partake
freely of the 'Allenburys" DIET a partially piB-
digested milk and wheated food, which like tho
Milk Food No. 1, is instantly made ready for use
by simply adding boiling water only. After
childbirth the "Allenburys" DIET is surprisingly
helpful in maintaining the strength and producing
a good ilow of rich milk.
4<enbumsFa)ds
Th* "AII...U..-..." crw",r*c Sgr v* ...,. mis
The "Allenburys" FOODS
For Infant*.
The "Allenburys" DIET
For Nursing Mothers.
Milk Food No. I. Milk I Mi No. I.
From 1 1
birth to 3 month*. 3 to o month*.
Malted Food No. ].
Krom 6 month, upwards.
The Mlrnkui > Feeder.
The Simplest Aoil Bi'Bl FosdHsl Bottle
on ttar Msrk.-i bell] rls.uisi.tl b
flushing iiml'T iti.. Lip.
For Nursing Mothers. Invalids
Dyspeptics, and the Aged
Th* 1)1 KT is ouim dlstini-t I, m
the 'Allsuburrs Foods for Infanta.
Tke Allrakarye' tasks
(Malted)
From 10 months upwards.
The 'Allenburys' Food* are made under special processes
by machinery, and are entirely untouched by hand.
WriU for /re. boo* "Inlmnt Feeatlnaj anal Management'
pngrt ' i lu W.- information for stvrs mother.
Allen (i Hanburys Ltd., London, England.
A.D. 1715. Established 200 Yearn. A.D. 1915.
4
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Corner S ..iley * C I
P.O. BO I
PUIiMSHr.D DAILY
RATES
m.....:.iv, Wi i lay
......... i(l
Tuesday, an I I bursday-
Saturday ii h i f
We.-I.lv ......
Ml.ntlilv ...... I .
I .....
I
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r\\ \ i.i.i in ai>\a\' ;
Advi
f. i 'ii-i in ertion: thn e penci
hii eroiiil pi
II |uenl i user I
er eielil
ttbe tlribune
Sntvirday March II, 1916
THE SOLDIER'S MOTHER.
"A poi i old 'I imi I" j
ki d,
If j en hei ni the street;
mve gua
Wlni underneath those
it.
You' ' "!
full well,
'Ii,, |gi it son
The lad h whom she'd I
To IE : inst the
i lun.
S! I how she let h
\ I me I'll lell'l I
I lopin some moiher'i heart to
d
tand |
min
Are we

tind
the whol partici] ating
in ,i di monstrati i ol loyalty in
which
should look into this, the time
_> j Vpril is drawing near.
If tins circular has reached
any oni i or bi dy w hy is
a suppre .1 and not published?
We 'in ''.tit into pub
lie notice with th hope that in
.,, i, a dei msti iti m we shall
be recognizi I I parti ipate
a<5 beco and pat
i iotism.
It will i I some quick step
ping to keep up with the pro
n.
HA :: i ISLAND.
Five ni' ii came in i
Harbour Island on Friday
morning and offered their ser-
War with the
; 11 ihama I w
l 'our of tin e, I ii Albury,
. Mb. it Barry. G rge Fi
.nid mi.....I Swei ting passed
the medii al i xamination and
weie enlisti d
Cleavi hind S mnders, much
: did not pi
The men came to \
mi i liarge of the Rev. A. H
I lornet : ndei whom, assisted
by Lam eCorpon Fi m,
i hev have bei n di illing.
VVeare told thai it is like-
ly thai more men will volun
ten from llii- disti ii i.
D
ySal, : v
ed i''
l

u ii -
' i ign
.. .
We wcro glad i)
lnsp< ctoi ol tnd,
rrived here the first
of March; off he went at on< e
to woi k; he will leave h
for Grand Bahama.
I he Sloop*'Villa" left for
Nassau Feb. 28th with Mi J.
I'h impson, and Mrs. B. J.
lirown and son to see the
doctor. Mi. ihompson is the
Pi incipal Kei per al (ireal
I 1 c Lighthouse.
Mr, L. Sawyer and chil
. here from Cum Cay
night and \\ ill leave for
au bj 1 he mail the third
March. Mis. Sawyer will
beg "it fi>ur weeks.
1. si ighl al the Baptist
Youi Mi ng Mr.
W. Sam! 0
the uucei t. intj of life,
int. restingly.
SMI
NAM:
STEAMER
INA
R OF
SING
March 3
3
7
10
i' 1
M
17
17
-1
-I
-I
3'
3'
Miami
Mom 1 Cast If
Miami
Miami
M< xico
Miami
Mi irro Castle
Miami
M' \ 111 >
Miami
Mono Castle
1 nville
\1
New V01 k
Jacksonville
[Mayport)

. York
Jacksonville
' Maypi
New Y< M k
ivilie

New V
ksonville
(Mayport 1
II
\ vv York
p.m.
1.1 .1.111.
8.00 p m.
8.00 p.m.
IO.31 a.m.
8.00 p.m.
' p.m.
p.m.
10.31 a.m.
p.m.
1 p.m.
10. v > a.m.
I .111.
p.m.
: III.
The pi 1 iple i en are plant-
ing am
ever.
Sisal
Parcel Mails will be madi up and closed as follows:
I 1 the United Kingdom and the Unih d States
March and 3 1 .it noon. \
than
The Zion I I Sund >
Sch 10I co ivenl ion a ill con-
\Y1 me I k says to
'Mot liei. 1 he> need me ovi 1 I heie;
1 |,. Mntherlni.u's in danger, md
lh'' '. ..... a single man to
"
I ; ird
I
i" \ 11
l 1 tiavi thi heart.
'
Km U i I I
Foi 1 ( his 1111-';
Wli I hi I it
1 esl -
But I u '- ould nol forgi 1 the call;
[t 1 evei hi his ear,
And of 1 n w tuld he ask of me
ould yu e me, mother
i~ ili-n I knew how hard it
F01 him ' ll v win1-
.1;
.\,,,i --I ould I. p
So hi iv< 1 son, and so 1 s ii
"Go, my I id, I 'I proud ol you,
An.1 in ,\ 1 1 I I l -il
w ays;
; |nwi itiiN oul I '- y mother be
II ghe w iuld longei bid the*
si ry."
"And now I'm pi >ud I let him go,
F01 ihou I. 11
I'm -Mir
i hat if I'd ki pi him he'd have fell
A ifa ime that he could no! en
dun-.'
ll,i i\ ei w re bi ight and full 0
ill)
be wenl on her w 1
She'll m he* sai mice
Though her b >y be nuni
with ihe slain.
'I he Ward Line St amer "Me
din 1 steamed I'n 1
I ie Si "Mi \i- o" .
nl vesti rd ly afternoon from
I I iv. 111.1 wi
Nass iu and 71 111 trsn sit,
en,!. itlu 1 1 assengi is from
\ ' .
Missi s H ivs, 1 '"i"
; 1. roth) ! Holli
Nancy I '
Bessie \l Louise M. I
Clara \ Parker, Jessemme
il\ Tillingl
\ In- 1 \ '.a II ad tors, A
\\'. .1 1" Brookes; Mes
B lid. \ ma l''i
navs, R ry I' Hist< r,
urn 1 1 I, Clara Pai
Helen F < 1 ; e, ind Julia S
Weber; Mis Mistn
I lenrj Ah xandei. B< nj >miti Al
1- n, 1 V D rn, Sam
11,.1 S. D William Mien
i irdn r, Win ton P. I lenrj. \u
gustus Mevers, Henrj (>sb
l son Pi mi. Charles B. R
well, Paul \. Schollkoff, and
l nil M Brooks; Mr Joseph J
Till. 11< ni)
Bi 1 !< ii-
:o:
The M nl St. amer "Miami"
irrived 0 this morning
with a nl general 1 i< 1
, h intdise and the folio
passengei
strom,
Pi, ,-, 1 1. i'. I liomps a. and
E.*M. I..nl.I: Mesdames A M.
Piei II H. frowbri
\li and Mrs R. Engestrom, Vfr.
and Mrs. L. Thompson; M< ssrs
I. T. Ryder, a id Guj Warm;.'
from the South ha\e been ori
ed in attack Villa. I he state
irtment says thai no 1!'
sion has been re: I as I the
uriti w itli scrupuh us
spi ct tci the soven igiity "I the
Mexican Republic I lie foi
will 1 '. der Ma j 1 (1 neral
Funston. I 1 will be no
Fe" SlJ,n>a;td.Creek. ? anP; n......men! I 1 .y at pre
list Church Andrew Island Ren1 bu) |f Carranza forcM
tins yeai on I hursday betore unab,( loprote( .
the!------n I Sunday in August ,. ,k,,, fhe Mi
iqi 5. ()nr Mi .'Hi ry Hev.
Chas. A I' inn prays thai we
will have good sin 1 ess this
yeai and he will iry to meet
the 1'mvi ntion if the Lrd
be willing.
M- Presidi the Con- attitude of the I nit. I >-. I
1 i-........ I za obii eti d In pn
1""'1"1"" Sund*yct ^ "'' ansoil. ll, 1 will be
James Cistern Eleuthera, mp| wh,.n ., c ,
ells the attention ol all ol ,,.,,, u
our pe pie i" tin- greal woi k an(j house did nol
and hat all Baptists feel it -
will awake t.) it and rally of 'ring
mihI the Standard of the troopsai n -- tl e I ri ;-1 I uns
fjross 'ii;i1 Villa a
1 st y ., we had a glorious troops.
time at Bimini and 1 an see
no reason whyweshould not l'1" "
: v I 111> - -
have a better time al Man- ,
savi I
\\V hope I the lime
"a drop ni Ihe h
our pood frieni
s in tin- United
Hie
view Hi ; lliev pracn Ij
. i the Vlliei m 11 Ii sin
111 1 w; 11 mnien -. S
. .1 .,- 1 1
:
11 ni-hi 'I le (Ji n .
1 enl 'mi ' i e*l in
\ hean n Inch |>i n 1 -
can Embassy has bi 1 n infori
by Carranza thai ;.ooo troops i: 1 ent. I
w hen all of our Ba ptis t
chun In and Sunday schools
will stand at (he head of the
laddei foi uti i o n, p
and peace.
i in the 27th of July there
will be a boat al N
take all deli gates to Stan
yard Cn ek, al .i-. the round
trip.
Ion; I I
Coquette nod toi pedo bonl No, 11
Mint; by 1 > imi.iIik">
nun I 1 : 1
Dubflne w is --iiiiI-'. twe men lost,
I he Norw egi n bm k Silius was
(1f 1 he crew lost,
Berlin: Th I 1 1 mans cap
tured Ablain Wood in Verdun
reci'ni I'he I'rench 1 ned
II hear from us again a foothold in For) Vaux.
Yi iu wi
in \t mail.
1 he Rev. R.H. Iv bin
use as his subji ct, Sundaj
March 5th 1916. rwo head-
we are wonderin \
it thai ould bi but we
shall l>n iw aboul il nexl is^ue
I'.n 1 I here 1- no change
in the situation around Verdun.
1 I this story's plain,
I i- this- more heroes tl
WOllll
he.
Ami fewei slai kert, I fa il sure,
Win 1 a moth rs such

RASMUS'
THE COMMISSIONERS.
V the in <-i in- cf the K11
(ieneral C01......%<< men on I ues
1I.1 y in-\i i' 1 1 from the Chief
For all information about Engineer and from the Bacterio
The Mail Stearw 1 Miami"
-i."l 1 Noon today foi
Maypori Ida.w ith a .....ci l
tomatoes "'daifci "'""-' "'
In : iimn will b
found a (ircular fi< >m the St.

t\ the convention write U H.
Robins, Bayley down Bimi
IMS
Radiograms
March 1 ith 191
Washington: Approaimate
ly _.,,,, Mi xv in bandits were
killed in y( sterdaj 'a b tttle and
5Uil outsidi ilumbus,
cw Mexii n President Wil
n has ordered an
1 troops to
a ment is
lM
1 1 1 re aS I lle
t one, il is 1
contributions mde by ihe i
-itHtes .in- r vei;. veiy small 1
. portion 'I the tolal numliei c<[
ii .- shipped lu III front,
\\ .-III-. in! 1 '
-. 1 h a ihe Kiupp 11
. .1- 1 he i' ntion
up I'n si p ml in tin '! thi

itelv jjreal
Krupp ly n|>-
dol>
.1 1.
its m Mn lln'iil, and ith
in 11- 1 on urn|i 1
ni i I ton 'I' 'I liirs woi 1I1 nl in
. khorih be luiniii oul es
ip I plnsn this mi'- I p.
1 res u -. d
in hell n
.1 nun
1 ii 1 n 1 lie 1:1.1
I'o da) l.i"\ l-' 1 ' ::'- ii 1- 1 - 11 Iv
1 plants ei i 1 unn-
" "I munitions,
1,000,1 1" men and won
Milion to these plants, un 1 1
i.>ti mnent supei v i~i"i ,
I hi 1 ' a'- many otliei 1
I in 1 be nn.nn I; 11 Ime
uf shel Is and other war mati 1
' i -.i-.l 1 Ii is hundn d- nl i rtor-
H ., doing 1 t, while Ausii 1-
/. m l.i I'll, Soul Ii Africa
.-md even India are .1 ll shippi
?hells id the luns via I rai ce and
ll.indii-.
lii' i-.- i~ 1 iho-
rousbly organiz d than 1 C
lwiiain and 1- iuinin/j 011,1 millions
of sliclls ; Russia has taken ovei
plants vi ry mui Ii fis l.lr>yd-< ii nrge
did in England, while the w hole
nf .1 i|'iM has been tin ni u into
woi k ^h"|i f'H 1I1.- product ion of
shells ami other munitions fi r Rus-
-ii. When t" these 1 nunti iei 1
added ihe output o( [[al) and
whalevel Belgium may be able to
do, tin' conclusion r< m bed is thai
w h j Ie the supplies from ihe
United Slates are ven welcome.
and will help in smfttfiei ing the
German funs, the Allie are in no
n 1 v dependent upon I Incle Sam
for their supplies of high ex-
phtsives,
- Tht Tom nal of commerce,
Montreal.
with I
,
logist 11. respi CI to the condition
' f the water supply Will i>e pre
' d.
The secretary will also hi ing Mr
ward a circular letter from the
ing Colonial Seen tay, stating
that the (i" ernot had received in
structions from the Secretary of
stale Mr ihe Colorjlat thai in fu
tine no Remington typewriters are
in be used in publie offices,
Cleaner, Kingston .In.
:o!
UNCLE SAM'S SHELLS.
DESPITE the Mn ihai Iha
i'. 1! iilj - nding two
1 Advertise in*
uni-
he Tribune. *t
Mi^r


n Tribune, Nassau, S ::- :?:G-
THE ROYAl SOCIETY OF
ST. GEORGE.
FOUNDPD.

242, Sha'tesbury \vcniie
oomsbury), Loud .11.
171U January, 1916.
ENGLISH "FLAG DAY"
Roy il S< iiy 01 St. George
\( )rB inising throughout tli<' En
ing I le w
would have done so long ago,
1. remark quoted by tin- Rev .
Father Bernard tfaughan yes
terday in opening his sermon
.re a large congregation. I!"
added that t!.>- was a sample of
pire,ademoi in honour ol fa blairtiewien bent to him by
and, and in memoiy ul her ........ .,.,.. r-_...i
. who li ive laid down tbi ii
od m defence
ol .in Empire hod now invite* the
patiriotic co-opera.......101 only "f
English men Hud English women
through oui the World, but <>f nil
those who live beneath the proti 1 I
Foldsoi our sluiious F I ifl
April l v I t. idayis
I . d' Day, the n ime day nl
our beloved King -the te*-centen.
,i,. s|,- ireand
Boj Sc mts D 1? .surely a concaten
ntion of inspiring events worthy "i
celebration,
I 1,.. noration will not be
restrict' d to the Dominions ol the
Kinc-I' mperor, and arrati nti
iJy in progress to s
the participation of out French th h
r" ; "s, ',',' ','( philosophy. U
Kmnen in tha United States of ^ m Prussia,
in ii
RIGHTEC UB81E SAYS
FATHER VOUGHAN. .
London, 1 j. -"Whydoes " "' Eoglaiid.
God stop un* "3
Xi re unmissions, nno
have been it rving w ith the for
ces in France and Gallipoli
Mam of tliese ha\ e been killed
1 bunded, with then
still fun 1 Iding t< gethi 1
ties ol Empire betw 1 en Im
peri .1 and C lonin 1 arms.
1 roni the first n was Ilia
al Ihe W 1 si
Indie-- might be permitted to
furnish ui its foi the new 1 1
I.ut tins did not meet with offi
cial appro' ;d at homi until the
summei of 19-15, 1 en contin
its immediately b( gan to l>r
dispatched from the vari >us
Col nil s, and the formation of
the "British West Indies Ri gi
in.nt"
dri: 1
Welch's Gvl*? Juice.
post. His answer was that God
did not st' p the war because,
', ing almighty, He could drav.
out of it, and, being all loving,
Ha did bo
-I have b ten asl "'1 this ques
tion: 'Can \ ou deny that C 11
i ianity has been proven l>\ this
war to be .1 a 'astiv failure .- 1
answer ill the Socratic method
by puttin '. another questi >n :
vVhat i- Christianity li is a
body of il I code <>f
morality making for the salva
,,,,,, (1| j.,.. ,pl( s eml raring it
ChristianitN has no< fail d
; has not been o>ed'
BECAME AN ASSURED FACT.
>,,:, 1 h< 11, b< veral thousand
mi n havi arrived in thi Camp
been clothed,
equipped, armed, 01 ganised and.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d.,
15s. per doz.
Pin 9d.
8s. 6d. pci doz.
\ Pinl 5d.
4s. 6d. 1 1
A
T
\
1 ,|,at .heir Father Vaughnn
the well
vers il wi Eng
,
_l -.nut, whrch n t
,,nl. symbolises then faith,but as
I with th 11 own n it ion*!
, !! I signil
, I igno vin
the '
I lie 1
of a!' 1
Imme and abroad] will c '
li was fashionable today with a(ltj are well on with training
Ictrni borrow ing theii ,,) now consists ol
the 1st and 2nd Seiice and thi
.rd R< serve Battalions, with
en ii1 trail
in Jamai 1 nd variou
unit! Ii< 'I i 'i,,, "'l|rr
there w > such I sin,
but hi nattet B it i had
luACK S 222 Bay St.
and Tie Nassau Candy Kitchen
>pp. Hotel Colonial.
t..
; '"' b> (;"' Colonies. Colom I A E Bar
many, and hi pd God that c|iard 1-- in command,
this War had c Major < ' W. R kins,
' I I :....." I j i
from Odm ba 1 toCbrifl ,,,_,......mad, and C |>i \ P. J
t, Royal Berkshire 11
______________.________________lent.adjutant. 1
xffli,
full infantn bri|
(Continu ' ) ad ,, ,,. ,.,,,,L ipidly
augmented in
..: of LOCAL Wa. Ref 1 '" Pass |amai
ing to an int< "' '
I'll iment il liistoi Majoi
I I tan i tiiitf. who was
. le ihe 1
|n .1 lll\IMM|).
lie I
len, and it is w itlnn the
the isiands. The
..... men in ...
I 1 ICtoo in ,, ,.,] js ex( ,.; 1 phys
I'-o lat- me "<..-..<., waj m|(
'" l",v"1 ,......,sl .
I ; P orersin
,..,.
ult mev rj
: 1 mtici] ition.
11 .. n held in
I 1, r\ Coun
It is n<>w the tuin
Mother!
\ it ion? and ihe h- ut o.
1 .
I'hfe nnn
buildinj
ou..... ciallj
F, the blood red
Flag "f I
a should be H' ing on 1
,, v nexl m''":
braut r.
p ,., ioiism -h mid be linl e'
I the earlii it ex the
\\ has 1" '' ''IU
thoriu thai in tins " "
l< i
much a- ii"!,!
to do, and no m It 1
id of the VV<-t Indian
he will do all thai
THE CHURCHES
SUNDAY, MARCH 12
ST. \l VN EISH
CH
. I
1.in. H>h inion
a
l,"
Third Bahamas
Cos uinger t for the
War.
Till. Recruiting Com
now i
men for 1 e I bird Ba-

\Tot ice is hi 1 thai
' ft-m H 'I am |]|(. fjommandani al
open
dail) (Sundays exempt
\\ I. Ri '
is quite unique in the l
tunatel
I .. 1. v e r y i es t i 11 a
p m. I "Lent in
the Pray11
p.m. Evi l he Hebrew
ill '"
:
to it. was I >sl in shipwre |,jgn ird of
"When w y, inasmuah hs no |
August 1914,a wave of patrio ||o:l 0f"our population fei
tic enthusia- ugh mor( a burning patriotism and
all the West Indian Islands, and unfiinC|,ing |o to oui
immediatel} tincl
\\ all th al fo| fr(, jo, appre
filing an 1 ( jaljon ,,1 equality the
'" l"M law and "t.
all th ds in a thorou d, v. Indies
S. A i II {CH
Tow N
und.ii in Lent.
lol> Communion.
1.in.
a.111
I 11 snouiu i"- iiinoi ii ius ""..... 1 in m 1 I- -1 .
w;(li rn.......speci illy so stal 1 Ihousandsol ortby of I mtiful
1 ___.i...,.; 1 it.... f..i 1 I. _____
.lt ,. ii id in mil nun
his) .rv, and ii is hoped thai
as .1 ited with
, id not preclude,
hut m 1 e, "'
S| -i.da'i I Day; 1"
,|,.,s- who li ive died and I <
whi Hre fiRbtint! in .......-
militai e, and
numbe s wen enrolled at po
stations Many of men
had seen a, tives 1 with the
d-and tie fighting am estry
from wi.ii h They
,.,,,. pf( it,, bear their por
lion of ihe burden ol I mpire,
and to endui for tin
,1s for which oui armies are
a.m. Soli inn Mass, Sermon
F
s s .1 V.
1 p 111. I in.
m, Snh mi Evi nsong
mmi l>\ VI. E Webb.
GOSPI I. HALL
1. Chris Dowdbsweli
-i-i 11-
m. to 5 p in. w hi
all information with n gard
with thi Contin
genl
. 1 nits, as si 1 ni a*
1 ,1 !
will taken on I e strength
and [>aid from dal list
in. ut.
R H C CRAWFORD.
Ci mm.iinlant ol Police
and
h i in. Ri I Com.
I olii ird rl\ Room,
qth I 1 bru try
We1 h H giment, and b :
. 'arBe Percentage 1 l the -.thers fig|ltingi thus that they
I that Wtars nd Pu pus had ... 111 '1 lined in the l -anna!
', 1 adorned with ihe red and Militia. All the old fighting tjon than ever befoi as a com
Englan I a I dra|
.,il, I ho red CroSS i aural of the
Soldier vnii'.
I de \V n i-. not overl more tn in
wil| money be neede I next
yC ,r, when doi Rtioni of I irge
ected;
I,,, pennies plentiful,and the work
|. ... g nre nakiog" Rood
,.,,, B ,nd will no! be ni I'd 111
,,. |, ,,,,,. ih di"l 1 -1- or adding to
comfoits of tli"'-'' of their
,. ,unti) n n it the front.
England'! I 1
f ,11 in- on .1 Sunday, "Flag Day'"
will he held the day before ShI
urd iy-'>' the d y ifier, Monday
but the mosi 1 uitable day of the
who 1 Saturday.
The Society \t ordering millions
,,i r igs of variou p itterns and
piril ofl e islandsagain spring ,; ,,, par1 1
into life; old talesand traditi "FUSILIER."
The terms of Jamaica's offer
of the native re [imenl
revived S nne of the Militia
i,its were formed over two
hundred vea 1 and have
privili..... I Royal Regiments.
I ||,.V were r lised f->r.
THE DEFENCE OF THE COLONIES.
and mi man ions resit
invasi ms b> Spanish or Fr< nch
f ,rce8 Jainaic '' '"
the Crown by the local for.
the N ip ileonic Wars, and again
won midv ing fame in wrestling
Guadeloupe Bnd Martinique
from the "Little Corporal"'
continuing the work ol 1 mpire
in the three \sh inteeand other
In all the
Schr. ALMA
! ; i.i.lv Mr *A/-|| j| TllP;rlAV
York, and Mr.I Will sail i uesaay,
14th inst., from
Sawyer's Wharf
for Cat Island. Rum
Cay and Watlings.
are :" incn ase her c mtinp
and to pay all at ten
nt of a total cl
per annum foi forty
;
The Gleaner. Feb. 2nd. 1916
HOWARD RUFF.
i
aval:.
. ould
be l
A FETE
Under the Di jtinguisheo
Pa of
His Excellency The Governor
will !>r hold in
GOVERNMENT HOUSE
GARDENS
On March 1 ;
in aid of the
BRITISH RED CROSS
| ,n shillin
ALL ARE IXVI
w
|ohn Bertran
All 11 ill', invited.
ST JOHN C LTHEDRAL
M
The Rev. 1 .. \ rhompson
5 t. I.. pn 11 ei in en. :
\1 iming theme. 1 I a III.
I ilth among
all nations
|l ds.
Evening tin me, 7 p.m. The
Call of Hi* Disi i| I
,nd 1 will make you fishers
id nun."
This will !" the Rev. Mr.
Thompsi n's last sermon until
.-,..,, he le i' es foi New York
Ion the 16th ii
The public aie cordially in-
vited.
There will be music DJ the
Welcome Cornet Band- Di
and Roberts.
Come and beat them.
Pleasant usl
Warned
SM M.I. cottagi i rooms
furnished.
Season 1916 1917.
addre: s replies to,
TRIhUNK Ofl
For Rent
The
Found.
I .
~OL'U rooms ibove
TRIBUNE Office.
Occupatidn given lit
April.
Apply to
L. G1LBER r DUPUCM.
For Rent
A SIX roorn c I 1 je with
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The Tribune, Nassau, S:ur aj March 11, 1916.
LOGWO 3
I to notify tl Mic that he is
LOGWOOD and wall ] : same what-
ever the el price is
H. J. CLAMDGE
T
Easi
t, XII
READY TO WEAR
RAINCOATS
32/- & 42/-
If7.68 Qol.l,
10.08 Oolfli.
Fears "ALL WEATHER" Ready to Wear Raincoat la a Tailor made the {reatest possible care has been bestowed aa regards Cut, Style and Kl.iish. Ii i
from CLOTH whloh is Shower Proof, Horom and Odour.en,
cihuirii-,1 rlthoot Uu dm ol Bul.i-r. i-i-urs "ALL WEATHER I it- ..t h...... n t.
nil ollmati i, and under tb* moat rvlna' ellniailc conditions ha* proved list
ohtaiiiHii II ! hikI oonsi
i promotes health and prevent* over-heating, rhe guarant d llaliii' , i i M Raincoats arc at least ONE THIRD less than the prices usually charid-d by other Tailoring
Houms In hnitlantl
OUR GUARANTEE a? "LLWEATHER" Raincoat Is not perfectly
vswn uunnnnibt. satisfactory In every way, v..u U> u, al
onreipense nd we will returnyonrmoney In full Including AL1. p I paid oat.
DESCRIPTION. Ine ,R".l!lan leves and bsautlfully cut shoulders jilve perfed
'&wrir s ivra freedom of movement. The full skin f knees. I'uBs
Lav -i.iiTii .-, ,,,. sports Mi..i,, h ,. I'ruHnian loiiarand hint.n- to 11 neok. Made In (ha
Brown. Drab. Ktiwn. Green ami Smoke. Sleeve* are lined ihiuIiu and > li uii piaid material.
Weight i
32 orl7.MIS0lirI.0wPrlc*foran"AI.l. WEATH^:R
W' Raincoat, unit, frnin warriMitinl IUIn|ir.>i.t Material,
KUarantee,I t. .mm--nti~fi4i-tli.il. Read J to Wl I
G in.....S2 167.68)
For 4-2 .or f 10.08 you can have an" All WEATHER"
Ratiii:-! ii made from the celebrit d "Gar-
blrcord" Rainproof material. Soihin thu
human u \ nia-
chlnervp ttedl "Garb rcord"
.'..... I i
rhi pr irable. I tl
. in even 11 i-- t, i. to
wear. So. TO 100 I'rlce 42- ifll.OSi
Slock Sizes 'l.ura Lmye !.<* 2 8 or 60 f.
X 37 38 tO 13 II In.In-.
Length II 15 id 17 18 18
IN TAKING MEASUREMENTS
light over
which ttie Raincoat will !>- worn.
Raincoats Made to Measure 26 r 60c
SEND ONLY A. -or *100 wllh Vour
otl,t' WI"L' "> Order.it
thenbesenl i r Post niih-e "Cash on Delivery "
Servi.-,. and 'I.- i i n psMn on delli
Ralnooal .lade to Measure "..r Kxi a
t. F.I trod ONE QUARTER
VHltte wllh vour ofdeX
SPECIAL WAR GUARANTEE
WF. GUARANTEE the safe delivery of all
our Goods dunui Iht ild any
!<, til
replace them absolutely FRF.E in ill
SPORTS MODEL
liitlv WSMSTi
FEARS LTD. (Established 1643),
Hi It! he las-* J ntlor*. & Woollen Mrrchiinls
US Bristol Br.cls>, BRISTOL, Km-In ml.
TOWN Momrf.
f n Ordinary
!ARROW
COLLAR
All Arrow collars are
made of fabrics bleached
and shrunk in our own
plants. They always
tit and sit correctly and
are the most durable.
on BALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLUBTT, PRABODY h CO., Inc.
MAKERS, TROY. N. Y. l\, S. A.
in
06W00B
The highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity
chipped for shipping*
and delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from nowon to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gats, Nassau St.
or
John BUTLER, Nassau.
DeGregory's Tire Works
Steam Vulcanising
All niakcs and sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
All Work Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.
H. T. BRICE
Commission- Merchant
OFFICE : West Side Big Sponge Kxchsngi.
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas.
X5he
Imperial
Orchesta
i2 /.; Violin; 1 2n i Vi lin, Vi
Flute, Trap In .
BE< is to inform iheii fi iends
and the public
thai i hey are rquip| >ed with
^-?wcs23Sisi2KJ all latesi music I odern
dances, garden parties, and
entertainments, Hnd i- also
prepared to ao epl engage-
ment il -li"i i notice. 11 i ms
n,is. mable. For further pat
ticulars, see Mi ss.rs 'I lios. W,
I I I ; \ I | | "- t g m |
C. McPhersi n, or Walter F
Weir, Baillou Hill Road.
To be had at all Grocers
C. L. LofthOUSe* Company's Agent
Eai.V ... :
Ke
M
Guard
T
HERE are responsibilities that every patriotii citizen
must beat in this season of national peril, other
than fighting for the flag. Not the leasl ol these is
preserving the balam e ol i rade.
------THE------
SHOE 11 STORE
is on guard, and in spite 'if the advancng pi ire of leal -
and the increase in the wages of the fai lorj vvorkers, have
succeeded in sei uring the largest ordei of its history.
This week's cousignmenl per "Kotonia" sums up
2io cases containin irs "I" boots and shoes all,
hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan
\K
Gv money
can be made
Cleaning Sisal on Shares
Old Fort Plantation, New
Providence
Come direct to ()ld Fort,
Sheltei provided.
The Rudiments of
Music in 20 Lessons
SIMPLE, efficient and prac-
ticable. Investigate lot
youi self. Of interest to be-
ginners, advanced students
and teachers. Particularson
application to
I.. W. DUVALLIER
Tuner and repairer of Pianos
and Organs. <> Burnside Lane
i Sear Victoria Ave.)
I0WLES
With these reinforcements he Big Four will be
able to keep the enemy High Prices off its territory and
Customers may rely on purchasing at the old prices in
spiti of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Mai
ketS abroad.
G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big- 4,
Bay m. (Sponge Exchange)
AGENT
horses wr-^m shee
CATTLE % W POU]
SPONQE, SISAL and other It
Fop Sale
20,000
DOZEN Pine-
apple Slips @ %
per iooo Dot) ii.
.Delivery August ist, 1916.
Parties desiring to purchase
any of tins lot should make
application at once.
Applv to
WAITER K MOORE.
For Sale
Rl'IT Lot in Nassau
St. directly opposite
s."
it ulars apply to
JNfi" OFFICE
Insist On
Klrkman's Borax
Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York House
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing


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