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f I I I i merit asking ps ilii' null i %  *li \'il!-t >\ II o will roh tlie L'nitccl Slates I ll end Luis ll 5.(100 II!' I). 'COMMUNICATED. 1 and members of St. %  ishes t P. Sands and Ins i all others, thei 1 tenet 1 fur tlieii :.• c us I mi-Hint r, %  I ands ajar, 11st Received Bologna Currants, • Bibs .Canned I Cakes 1 • nade). and M.ir un.Oxsteis, Hum I Roast Salmon, I and Con Cocoa, \-s\ Nuts, 1 s, Mince 11. inie made Jellies derated Wa Pickles, 1 A FETE UNUER THE DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE OF His Excellency The Governor will be held in GOVERNMENT HOUSE GARDENS On Man li 15th at 4 o'cloj k in aid of the BR/TISH RED CROSS Admission one shilling. ALL ARE INVITED. THE MOST STRIKING feature of the POLAK BEAR is its beautiful white coat, which is in keeping with the whiteness of its surroundings in the Arctic regions, l.'he snow in those regions, however, is not winter than clothes washed with -1 F. / GARNER, %  ' ll B*3 Street. m. H. Poictier, II u Mattresil Cushions It s to and iat h removed from 416 May St. S. near < --tables, red to carry as hitherto, and thothi Tribune will : mpl atThird Bahamas Continge; t for the War. T HE Recruiting Committee arc now prepared to recruit turn for the I hire) Ba ham.is Cor.t ing< nt. No! ice is herebj gi\ en that the Commandant's office at the Barracks will be open I daily (Sundays exempted from Q a 111. to 5 \> m. where all information with regard to service with the Contin gent ran be obtained. Recruits, as soon as passed by the Medical Offi will be taken on the strength and paid from date of enlist ment. R H C CRAWFORD Commandant ol Poli< e and Chairman, Recruiting Com Police ()rderly Room, Nassau,9th February 1916. SUNMGHT SOAP. beauty of Si.'NtffnT \i is in i's purity. %  asy way in whj^I s dirt fiom clotl liout injury to the fa r how fine itfl 1: 1 %  manufai t tirt-dt.4 purest mateiials i jQlfiOO < iiia runty on every ba r it on your Neil W DeGregory's Tire Wor ts nd it es, ric ay th nd ee 1 11 STEAM VULCANISING All makes a.nil sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repain ed All WorK Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY ST D t r E T BJBJSJBJBJBJ r^rwwriJgagsasr.^awTr-.aTTaua H. T. JRICE Comrpission Merchant OFFICE : West Side Big Sponge Kxchange. Nass au, A' P. Bahamas %  %  Found. 1 Kl VS. Api I) at "1 RIBUNK" Office. NOTICE D AVID A Bonaby, Certifi rated Nurse, with eight years experience at the B. G. Hospital, is willing and piepared to do any kind of nursing. Applv to DAVID A. BONABY East St., South, or TRIBUNE Office AOENT HORSES m-'- SHEEP CATTLE J>;;" POULTRY SIH)NQE, SISAL and or her ISLAND Produo ~\ 1 Advertise in The Tribune. The Tribune, for Modern Printing



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T NVJIIIMS >\iKlif ins uirnrc in vcilift Titrv}{strl IV'-' r\| bound to iwenr to the Dogrrift* %  f no Master. VOL. XIII. N4iiu, N.P.. UahMni, MONDAY. March 13.1416 No. 95 L. MLRKRT DUPDCH, Eililor ind I'mprirlor OPFICK Corner Shirley 6. CliArloiie si ,VMM, N P-, Bakam 11 • i-iiiiNi: MO, i'. '. BOX 168 PUBLISHED MA1I.Y RA i E • l'iml,i\ V\ % %  11 r1.' %  I I 1 IllKV r.g!a |ij ... |<1 lue-i|,i\. and IIUIIMI.IX single C<>|>) id Saturday (ingle o >vy 1 |il j WrWklv jd • f" I lily 1 Oninterly p. 6d *nl(l. VrrnK 18 a \ PAVABLK IN APVANOK \ K ertniiiR R iti 1 i*nce line foi fnvi iiiKcrtii 11. tli ret ei line 1 1 ci on 1 intertu >n ; 1 ,li-,|,ir, I in-cili %  1, ..ii .. %  1 1 11 ,.. 1 THE POST OFFICE. Am %  11 %  _' the in >sl imports "in public institutioi s is our J.'osi ()lli< i', therefore its course should %  111 'i ked by pn gress and iuiWoV' nun!; we notii e the recent i rect ion of H sli wire netting above the tiers of private boxes, this we under stand is so thai access might he given to tin 1 1 KCS when the office is otherw ise close* wi II, fo good, l)iit this is not t lie pi iniar\ intention of this writing. What we isii to direct at tention to is the great im onve nience to the public of one clerk ha> ing t<> atti ud to tlie receipt and deliver) of Register 1.] Letters and also the receipt and delivery of deposits and withdrawals "f 'lie Savings "Hmik Department, it is too much for one person to do and Calcul ited to lead to errors, es pe< tally in the winter months when the city is crowded with tourists, and is an inconvienc* to the public as a queue (?) of ten to twelve persons may fre guently b seen at the nne win low, necessitating a delay of a half an hour or more. There are two windows in the office the one (now in use) marked "Registered I etters" and the othei (now closed) marked "Postal Savings Hank". I*" r the' convenience <>f the pub lie and the relief of the cleric, a %  lei k should be stationedat i a< ii window; the cost is not the question, the minimizing of mistakes and the convenience of the public is the question and the public demands it. — :o: •— I IiV.IWI MotOI Y; clll "Mur in ii/' .111 iv. il ihis morning from Mi imi with Mi C. W. Chapin and family • >n ho ird. The Mail Steamer "Morro Castle" arrived %  ff Ijie poi t yes 1 id,iy morni 1 g, iransfi red ~ \ passengers foi Nassau to Tender "Colonia' and proceeded to Havana with 35 passengers for that city.— \l isses Fannii A Bi >wi i s, I'.l sie Ducharme, Frances Dicken s 11, H. rtha Fuller, Aley Hall, Margaret B. I losmi r, Margaret H. Levey, Blieabetfa Miller, lillrr, Jessh A. Mill Franc s Ruxton, and Beanca Wentzingle; Mesdames Marion Carhle, Kvtlvn II. Fisher, Helen I". Hall, Edith Merrill, .Annette Miller, and flip! emia Warner; Misters and MiS'H SSeS L< < iiaud Benedict Jr David A. Belden, William (i. Brown, Walter 11. Buss, Bruce Bedford, Edward A. Boweis, Isaac Boniur, Ralph \\ Cai let* in, I dmund F. Curry, Frederick Ducharme, William C. Osborn, Charles Stellman, Edmui d Todd, m\i\ Clan me P. Wyckoff; Messrs I) Webster Anders, I lei He 11 Austin, Henry I> Bulkley, Richard Corbin, Lamont H. Chick, Dean F. C a rsc a d den, Constantinidei Constant ine, John F Croston, Moses H. How, Edward C. I 1'/. Walter herrick, Jay C. Johnson, John I) Jackson, Al stair, McCloud, David Marks, Ruihforj Peahody, John D.Pea dodv, Solon Pelecanos, f' r ider ick B. Scudder, Nicholas Tilney, Richard II. Thompson, Samuel P. Vicker, Myron Whitcomb, and John T. Wood; Master lid m 111 id Todd. Ml and Mis. JI IS< ph Dean Mi. William Nealy. Radiograms \l o'li 12II1 1916. \Y ihii gton:— Genenl Caranza ,i~l ed United Stales loi permission in send Mexican (loops in Auieri1 an teintoiy if necessary to pursue outlaws, Caranza proposal inch > t < -~ defacto governo > nt will not protest against American ps entering Mex io to pui sue Villa poss bl) fleeing to American lerriii 1) c nsidered remote. Late today the war department hul had no advices American lno| syet 'ill bdrdfer. Under. 1 i;.1 1 111 j !'i igadier General Peishing con mai I pi incipal coluinn. Major General Funstoncom* manding peneial opt rations iro ps n.ovi seen l, iep.iried today Villa niovii g southeast widi only 1 in IM hundred men, Previ feared Villa intended attack American Mormon colony CasasGmn Carranza trrops rushing pro led Morn P n : Norwegian bark Silius pre vinusly reported funk, yeslerdaj was toipedoed. Seven of crew Ainei 11. 1 s, one \on 1 ic.iii youth llljuil (I. Yildl III figl Ml' <'( 11 1 m for possession Foi 1 Vaux, I'ei n : Geirri ns captured Fiei c li posit 11 ins f< m teen hundsi d \ irdl w idc iwo third miles d< 1 |i Si mil of village BoisVille near Rheims, Bostonr—^uperdieadnoughl Na vada placed in commission Char leston navy yard. — :o:— March 13th, 1916. London: -The Geimans report that hev have gamed %  foothold in the town of Vaux and are pushing forward towards tlie fort nt Veidun. Tin re was fierce struggle at Vaux. Hnrhed wire checked the (ifiinans who were creeping up neai by slop* J. R rl set ii Verdun opera I I the 1 I of last h not know n curati Iy, to reach of on Ij nd in 1 Wi HI lid eil Pai B: ih a : I their 1 against ti Gei man (lisle. I Nor tin lil Washi ,: e regii 11 f c, 11 11 %  1 ord the Mix 1 General Funs ii n, A il rough riders an 0 ready. Ne Y \. i receo ed 1 tl bids for j tor cycli I The n 1 1 M ex ; %  1 I ondon: —13 Ai are ii u itisl list 0! 125 ships, I lie w! Wag'. 1 fleet ii Ihe li-t. In.,!, 1 : --'[ In auxili \ I iuvi '. 2600 tons, v sunk j a n ii 14 nun, the en w were P. 11 is: The Gi 1 mai af r rdn i' 1 teirl.o captun n l nt 1 Wi dun, I here" wen y 1 g othei parts of ll ten I', lii, : —Mi rmali I 1 aulted 1 ii • n n positii s left banl F the M N or 11 • The Fieri II Mill, '1 I IK B\ ) • Sinci I \ rdun 1 1 erati rted j,, 01 • 1 unv 1 Frei ffi cers and men en talrn prisoners. El P \rotl tempt is lieinc 11 adi to gel I Mormons is the I ialen 1 disti to the li, nli 1, Il Villa is 1 direction of Galena, Mexico Qty:—General C n in II in ii plj io tli note fri m tl >


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T
NvjIIims >\iKlif ins uirnrc in vcilift Titrv}{strl
IV'-' r\| bound to iwenr to the Dogrrift* f no Master.
VOL. XIII.
N4iiu, N.P.. UahMni, MONDAY. March 13.1416
No. 95
L. MLRKRT DUPDCH,
Eililor ind I'mprirlor
OPFICK
Corner Shirley 6. CliArloiie si
,Vmm, N P-, Bakam 11
i-iiiiNi: MO, i'. '. BOX 168
PUBLISHED MA1I.Y
RA i E
l'iml,i\ V\ 11 r- 1.' I I 1 IllKV
r.g!a |ij ... |<1
lue-i|,i\. and IIuiimI.ix single c<>|>) id
Saturday (ingle o >vy 1 |il j
WrWklv jd
f" I lily 1 '
Oninterly p. 6d
*nl(l.
VrrnK
18
a

\
PAVABLK IN APVANOK
\ kertniiiR R iti 1 i*nce line
foi fnvi iiiKcrtii 11. tliret ei line
1 1 ci on 1 intertu >n ; 1
,li-,|,ir, I in-cili
. 1, ..ii .. 1 1 11 ,.. 1
THE POST OFFICE.
Am 11_' the in >sl imports
"in public institutioi s is our
J.'osi ()lli< i', therefore its course
should '! 111 'i ked by pn gress
and iuiWoV' nun!; we notii e
the recent i rect ion of h sli
wire netting above the tiers of
private boxes, this we under
stand is so thai access might he
given to tin 1 1 kcs when
the office is otherw ise close*
wi II, fo good, l)iit this is not tlie
pi iniar\ intention of this writing.
What we isii to direct at
tention to is the great im onve
nience to the public of one
clerk ha> ing t<> atti ud to tlie
receipt and deliver) of Register
1.] Letters and also the receipt
and delivery of deposits and
withdrawals "f 'lie Savings
"Hmik Department, it is too
much for one person to do and
Calcul ited to lead to errors, es
pe< tally in the winter months
when the city is crowded with
tourists, and is an inconvienc*
to the public as a queue (?) of
ten to twelve persons may fre
guently b seen at the nne win
low, necessitating a delay of a
half an hour or more.
There are two windows in
the office the one (now in use)
marked "Registered I etters"
and the othei (now closed)
marked "Postal Savings Hank".
I*" r the' convenience <>f the pub
lie and the relief of the cleric, a
lei k should be stationedat i a< ii
window; the cost is not the
question, the minimizing of
mistakes and the convenience
of the public is the question and
the public demands it.
:o:
I Ii- V.iwI MotOI Y; clll "Mur
in ii/' .111 iv. il ihis morning from
Mi imi with Mi C. W. Chapin
and family >n ho ird.
The Mail Steamer "Morro
Castle" arrived ff Ijie poi t yes
1 id,iy morni 1 g, iransfi red ~ \
passengers foi Nassau to Tender
"Colonia' and proceeded to
Havana with 35 passengers for
that city.
\l isses Fannii A Bi >wi i s, I'.l
sie Ducharme, Frances Dicken
s 11, H. rtha Fuller, Aley Hall,
Margaret B. I losmi r, Margaret
H. Levey, Blieabetfa Miller,
lillrr, Jessh A. Mill
Franc s Ruxton, and Beanca
Wentzingle; Mesdames Marion
Carhle, Kvtlvn II. Fisher, Helen
I". Hall, Edith Merrill, .Annette
Miller, and flip! emia Warner;
Misters and MiS'H SSeS L< < iiaud
Benedict Jr David A. Belden,
William (i. Brown, Walter 11.
Buss, Bruce Bedford, Edward A.
Boweis, Isaac Boniur, Ralph
\\ Cai let* in, I dmund F. Curry,
Frederick Ducharme, William
C. Osborn, Charles Stellman,
Edmui d Todd, m\i\ Clan me P.
Wyckoff; Messrs I) Webster
Anders, I lei He 11 Austin, Henry
I> Bulkley, Richard Corbin,
Lamont H. Chick, Dean F.
C a rsc a d den, Constantinidei
Constant ine, John F Croston,
Moses H. How, Edward C.
I 1'/. Walter herrick, Jay C.
Johnson, John I) Jackson, Al
stair, McCloud, David Marks,
Ruihforj Peahody, John D.Pea
dodv, Solon Pelecanos, f'rider
ick B. Scudder, Nicholas Tilney,
Richard II. Thompson, Samuel
P. Vicker, Myron Whitcomb,
and John T. Wood; Master lid
m 111 id Todd.
Ml and Mis. Ji iS< ph Dean
Mi. William Nealy.
Radiograms
\l o'li 12II1 1916.
\Y ihii gton:Genenl Caranza
,i~l ed United Stales loi permission
in send Mexican (loops in Auieri-
1 an teintoiy if necessary to pursue
outlaws, Caranza proposal inch
> t< -~ defacto governo > nt will
not protest against American
ps entering Mexio to puisue
Villa poss bl) fleeing to American
lerriii 1) c nsidered remote.
Late today the war department
hul had no advices American
lno| syet 'ill bdrdfer. Under.
1 i;.1 1 111 j !'i igadier General
Peishing con mai I pi incipal col-
uinn. Major General Funstoncom*
manding peneial opt rations iro ps
n.ovi seen l, iep.iried today
Villa niovii g southeast widi only
1 in im hundred men, Previ
feared Villa intended attack Am-
erican Mormon colony CasasGmn
Carranza trrops rushing pro
led Morn
P n : Norwegian bark Silius pre
vinusly reported funk, yeslerdaj
was toipedoed. Seven of crew
Ainei 11. 1 s, one \on 1 ic.iii youth
llljuil (I. Yildl III figl Ml' <'( 11 1 m .
for possession Foi 1 Vaux,
I'ei n : Geirri ns captured
Fiei c li posit 11 ins f< m teen hundsi d
\ irdl w idc iwo third miles d< 1 |i
Si mil of village BoisVille near
Rheims,
Bostonr^uperdieadnoughl Na
vada placed in commission Char
leston navy yard.
:o:
March 13th, 1916.
London: -The Geimans report
that hev have gamed foothold
in the town of Vaux and are pushing
forward towards tlie fort nt Vei-
dun. Tin re was fierce struggle at
Vaux. Hnrhed wire checked the
(ifiinans who were creeping up
neai by slop* j.
R rl set ii
Verdun opera I I the 1 I of
last h not know n
curati Iy, to reach
of on Ij nd in 1
Wi HI lid eil
Pai b:
ih a : I their 1
against ti
Gei man
(lisle. I '
Nor tin lil
Washi ,: e regii
11 f c, 11 11 . 1 ord
the Mix 1
General Funs ii n, A il
rough riders an 0 ready.
Ne Y \. i .
receo ed 1 tl
bids for j
tor cycli I
The n 1 1
M ex ; 1
I ondon: 13 Ai
are ii u itisl
list 0! 125 ships, I lie w!
Wag'. 1 fleet ii Ihe li-t.
In.,!, 1 : --'[ In
auxili \ I iuvi '. 2600 tons, v
sunk j a n ii 14 nun,
the en w were
P.11 is: The Gi 1 mai af r
rdn i' 1
teirl.o captun n
l nt 1 Wi dun, I here"
wen y 1 g
othei parts of ll ten
I', lii,:Mi rmali
I 1 aulted 1 ii n n
positii s left banl F the M
N or 11 '
The Fieri II Mill, '1 I Ik B\ )
Sinci I \ rdun 1 1 erati rt-
ed j,, 01 1 unv 1 Frei ffi
cers and men en talrn pri-
soners.
El P \rotl
tempt is lieinc 11 adi to gel I
Mormons is the I ialen 1 disti
to the li, nli 1, Il
Villa is 1 direction of
Galena,
Mexico Qty:General C n in
II in ii plj io tli note fri m tl
>




f
I
I
I
i merit asking
ps ilii' null
i ' *li \'il!-t
' >\ II o will ro-
h tlie L'nitccl Slates
I ll end Luis
ll 5.(100 II!' I).
'COMMUNICATED.
1 and members of St.
. ishes t
P. Sands and Ins
i all others,
thei 1 tenet
1 fur tlieii
:. c us
I mi-Hint
r, '.
I - ands ajar,
11st Received
Bologna
Currants,
Bibs .Canned
I Cakes
1 nade).
and M.ir
un.Oxsteis,
' Hum
I Roast
Salmon,
I and Con
Cocoa,
\-s\ Nuts,
1 s, Mince
. 11.inie made
' Jellies
derated Wa
Pickles,
1
A FETE
Unuer the Distinguished
Patronage of
His Excellency The Governor
will be held in
GOVERNMENT HOUSE
GARDENS
On Man li 15th at 4 o'cloj k
in aid of the
BR/TISH RED CROSS
Admission one shilling.
ALL ARE INVITED.
THE MOST STRIKING
feature of the Polak Bear is its beautiful white coat,
which is in keeping with the whiteness of its sur-
roundings in the Arctic regions, l.'he snow in those
regions, however, is not winter than clothes washed with
-1
F. / GARNER,
'' ll B*3 Street.
m. H. Poictier, II u
. Mattres-
il Cushions
It s to
and
iat h removed
from 416 May
St. S. near
< --tables,
red to carry
as hitherto,
and tho-
thi Tribune
will : mpl at-
Third Bahamas
Continge; t for the
War.
THE Recruiting Commit-
tee arc now prepared to
recruit turn for the I hire) Ba
ham.is Cor.t ing< nt.
No! ice is herebj gi\ en that
the Commandant's office at
the Barracks will be open
I daily (Sundays exempted
from q a 111. to 5 \> m. where
all information with regard
to service with the Contin
gent ran be obtained.
Recruits, as soon as pass-
ed by the Medical Offi
will be taken on the strength
and paid from date of enlist
ment.
R H C CRAWFORD
Commandant ol Poli< e
and
Chairman, Recruiting Com
Police ()rderly Room,
Nassau,9th February 1916.
SUNMGHT
SOAP.
beauty of Si.'NtffnT
\i is in i's purity.
asy way in whj^I
- s dirt fiom clotl
liout injury to the fa
r how fine itfl
1: 1 manufai ttirt-dt.4
purest mateiials i
jQlfiOO < iiia
runty on every ba
r it on your Neil W
DeGregory's Tire Wor ts
nd
it
es,
ric
ay
th
nd
ee
1 11
Steam Vulcanising
All makes a.nil sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repain ed
All WorK Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STDtrET.
bjbjsjbjbjbj r^rwwriJgagsasr.^awTr-.aTTaua
H. T. JRICE
Comrpission Merchant
OFFICE : West Side Big Sponge Kxchange.
Nass au, A' P. Bahamas



Found.
1 Kl VS.
Api I) at
"1 RIBUNK" Office.
NOTICE
DAVID A Bonaby, Certifi
rated Nurse, with eight
years experience at the B. G.
Hospital, is willing and pie-
pared to do any kind of nurs-
ing.
Applv to
DAVID A. BONABY
East St., South,
or TRIBUNE Office
AOENT
HORSES m-'- SHEEP
CATTLE J>;;" POULTRY
SIH)NQE, SISAL and or her ISLAND Produo
~\
1
Advertise in
The Tribune.
The Tribune,
for Modern Printing


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