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Washington, II: -Meredith lolson of Indianapolis, an ior, practically. hasbeen f-ed uport' by President Ison and secretary.* Bakef |ssistant Sdcrettry^of war. April 14th,' 1916!^ fans.-TheattackonVerhas subsided after sever-! lays severe fighting. There e no engagements of irrt! tance in that region last Int. elsewhere on the Western it and on Italian and. ssian lines no operations Importance were recorded. 1 hOST Reward is'offered for the *e turtt to the T?ibun Office of a filigree*! siNfcf belt pin, bearing initials of owner 'arid ditW-on reverse sia. Lost April seventh about 8 p in. on way to library room Frederick Street. I BfcG to notify the public that I will undett&keto sett Logwood on commission to the very best advantage. Write or see E. C. Griffin l\ ashington:— G e r m a n le on Sussex and other I to has been received but; probably not be'laid be,C r ^ a Y Sr and Victoria. Art. the president befoie toi'— rrow night. Washington.—The first,' of American lives in the mtiie expedition occurred nrmgon American troops: 'Parrnl. dexican civilians fired on troops killing one and 11 n d 1 n g another. The j ps returned the fire kill many. • arranza troops did not on Americans but assisted r-stoiing order. Quiet was tored only to break out er when more deaths 00 I red among the Mexicans. The news of the clash was' .tained in a telegram from' %  irtero under yesterdn\s le sent by the Mexican 1 rei^'n Minister to Carran s Ambassador at Washing. Later despatchesstat.d it many deaths had occtuon both sides. Washington:—Carra n fc a a note which arrived eartoday at the Mexican Em v asked Secretary Lans for the withdrawal of x-'iran troops frorrt Mex 1. 'he note failed to brin;.,' v indication from official H"'-that troops would be hdrawn. h-'-ieiary Lansing-said that, rrnnzas note gave evidence sommisunderstending in xi( o. Tenders* T K N DE US aie required for the erection of a stone porch to the Church of St Agnes. Masons willing to esti' male for the Work *nl\ please apply to: Mr. II. Dighton Pearson, St. Matthew's Rectory Public Auction. John Butler Will sell on Tuesday the 25th insl at 11.30 o'clock At St.Matthew's h'ertory The entire lot of household effects consisting of Parlor, I'iningroom, Bedroom furniture, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils fee. &••. Terms Cash. TENDERS will be received, until Master week. bV Mr. \<: W Sawver, for the fast [one) sail boat "Waterloo', in good (Midi litfll, which will be at the wharf of MrSawyer for in spectiou at that tiuic. Terms: -OftWri on Delivery. John S. (1 I hoinpSun, Owner Wi mVss Bight Lieut hera. Advertise in The Tribune. LOGWOOD > T Affc undersigned desires \6 notify thepubHc that he is purchasing LOGWOOD and wMpaffor same what. eveT the market price is H. J. CLARIDGE East Bry St, Nassau. Automobiles & Bicycles REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES {Niagara) FOR SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sale agnt for REO MOTOR CAR Co. Pi. wit attention to all 1 ^airs Supplies and accessorie Gassoline and Oils PHONE 402 J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. Phone ?14. East Bay St* Chas. E. Bethell v holesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirits Shingles. J US I' received from Jacksonville 5 x loZ'HeM Cypress ;t! per iix>. N<> beitci grade than these rn the Market—j "Vt lines" Cypress at 3as. per 1000. This grade carries same guarantee --is the Bests." Any defective shingles can he returned. Also cheaper grade 1 in 'tock April MK; 1916 C C. SAUNDKUS. 36s. x 18 our f



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i.\ sd % %  Jfiiiw 9tn Nulllu* ivdiin ms furare In verb* innunirl Belnu bound to •wea.r to ihe DoimM ol no Master *— VOL. XIII. |Ne.flea\j, N. P.. Bkhtmai. FRIHAY, April 14. 1916 No.1 J* fiKJIKUT DI'I'ICil, Editor and I'rofirirtor. Ok'FICK: 'Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sti .i.-.i i. ,V. /', liahamas 'PHONIC 900. I'. 0, BOX 188. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES >0!i!ii>: \\i Jnefjlitf ,„( F,i,)ay— mgl-copv ... 1,1 J uasday, .HI I I Inns. I.,v (ingle Copy id Saturday untile copy i]d Weekly ... ... (d Monthly i s. 6.1 Duatrterly f „| sJn-lfYfarly... ~ "early 18, I'AYAIll.K IN ADVANCI', Advertising Kales:— MI pence per hue KM Bnl insertion: three pence i*r line ^lorjecoii'lMiscili %  :: . .,.,,., n ,-r ^^•HBTW nbijiinif insi-r li'ins-. Advertisements nndai eight line is, -.MAILS. i 1 \y lime fin closinghcjails toW despatched per S. S. "Miami" id extended to Saturday, April 15th, at 7.30. a.m. —:o: — I'll'; Motor "Frances h"arrived Wedneaday afternoon from Miami I'la,with shingles Gasolineand the following P issengers: Weathgrford, Mrs. SUSHI, Rugerand WalterW; Albury, Mrs. Florence and child, Eddie aiidJason, Masters Willie • l |(| I 117 ii" : (' --h Mrs. f?!7r-ii"!!i : >,,, %  |,,.|u, M,,. gare' ; Sands Mrs Mamie, Mr. Everett ; M^.i.ll Mis. Muriel find iiifAM*-, Mr. Win. W.J Gwynn Mis Hilda and cluld; Til impson Mr. and Mrs hi nc?, Humes Miss Clotilda, 'Strachan Miss Edith, John and Albert ; Newton Mrs. Octavia and Reginald; Farcer Mrs Rnplinelita ; Dar* villc ...Mr*. Celeste, Llijah; Ashlen, and \l irshnll P : Kej -.Mr. II and Herbert; Griffin Joseph B., and John 13.; Tedder Joseph B., and Bert; Harris Mr.; Johnson Frank, Samuel, Prince and David; Shaw H. O.; Coakley Benjamin, W ilson Charles, A. JSeymour Samuel; Worrell Dr. G. S.; Simmons Andrew ; McKinney John, King Felix, Kdgecombe Wilfred; Howe Ed.; Nolle Lewis, and James; Maura Fred; Arthur Henry; Rahming Henry, Fergurson Sam, HIHI, and Seth; Wallace Fred; Green Nathaniel; Deveau William, Moss Amos, Roker Solomon ;Tines Archie; Roberts Richard A., Lufkin I). I., Pannerman Enos; Moore Lockhart and Erskine, Fox William; Symonette Reginald, Padgell Milton. (74) — :o:— I he Mail Steamer "Miami'' left Mayport Fla. at 6 p,m. yesterday with 62 Tons freight and is expected to arrive here at midnight and and beating Arabella Ash— £1. or 21 days and £3. or 2 months respectively. Florence 1.mi Ion.—Larency of one pair shoes value 8s. the goods and chattels of Nora RobertsDismissed. 6. William Johnson and John Darrell lighting in West Street—Dismissed. II. Throwing stom to the danger of peis ns in said street —25s or 21 days and £1 or 16 days respectively. 8. Susan Miller.—Using language in Farm Street to'wards Marita Rae tending to .' breach of the peace—Disuissed. Radiograms Aj>ri I 13th 1916. London, II:—The armies of the Crown prince around Verdun are still vigerously on the offensive against the French. Having delivered to leave for Key West at Sjan attack along tlie line from LeMort llomme to Ciumeres which netted them a few portions of French trenches o'clock tomorrow morning. POLICE COURT NEW8. April 3. R.unond Soavella.— Adjourned from 31st ulto— sentenced to 6 weeks imprisonment. Charles Basden.—Found drunk in Hay Street—5s. Jeremiah Johnson. —Breach Cab Act—7s. Joshua Symonett.— Larceny of 39 reels thread and 10 combs value 1 is. yd. goods and chattels of the Bahamas (ii neral I lospital Remand* ed till 10th inst. 4. William Smith.-Assaulting and beating Gustavus Ferguson— Dismissed. 5. Thomas B. Bain, and Wilfred Ingram.-* Assaulting on the East of LeMort Hornme the Germans rested theii infantry here but in the region of Douaumont Vanx thre their men in large numbers against tin French trenches. Here again they me' with success but only for a short peiiodof time for the French, in counter attacks, drove the invaders from advanced sections of trenches they had captured, and in the operation took about 100prisoners. Berlin, II: —British troops made a strong hand grenade attack last night after intensified artillery preparations against Gsrman posii South of St. Lloi, near \\ but the attack was repl and the position is ff held by the Germans acting to official statement by army headquarters t< Fighting on both sid( the Mtuse was in p 01 with great, vigour throl out yesterday Ihenumo unwonnded prisoners t| in this section was inciej fron22 officers and 549 to 36 officers and 1230 An official statement isj at Austro Hungarian Ii quarters says that 011 the ian front artillery fire more lively in s< veial W C the enemy methodically s led villages behind oui li| He bombarded Puipo, Southern part ol Gorizia Hospital of St. Peter other villages in the Gon district, St. Kalherine Uggswitz in Coriuthia Lev ice and Ro< 1110 in Tyrol. Fighting is in prog near Rivn. Petrograd, II:The c.fTi communication today a On the Dvina front i\ have been artilh-i \ dm the region of ||>e Iksl bridge head the (i P r 11 a tried unsuccessful I v to ,,ss, the offensive. In ll-e regiotl Dvinsk, in the Sonlhwaidl the lake region, the up artillery manifested great tivity. On the remainder the front there is nothing n to report. In the Can. .isiis S, east of Erzerouin ruir tr< ( continue to c mipy in ground. 1


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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: Friday, April 14, 1916
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i.\ sd -
Jfiiiw 9tn
Nulllu* ivdiin ms furare In verb* innunirl
Belnu bound to wea.r to ihe DoimM ol no Master
*
VOL. XIII.
|Ne.flea\j, N. P.. Bkhtmai. FRIHAY, April 14. 1916
No.1
J* fiKJIKUT DI'I'ICil,
Editor and I'rofirirtor.
Ok'FICK:
'Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sti
' .i.-.i i. ,V. /', liahamas
'PHONIC 900. I'. 0, BOX 188.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
>0!i!ii>: \\i Jnefjlitf ,( F,i,)ay
mgl-copv ... 1,1
J uasday, .hi I I Inns.I.,v (ingle Copy id
Saturday untile copy i]d
Weekly ... ... (d
Monthly ...........is. 6.1
Duatrterly........., f|
sJn-lfYfarly... ~
"early 18,
I'AYAIll.K IN ADVANCI',
Advertising Kales:mi pence per hue
km Bnl insertion: three pence i*r line
^lorjecoii'lMiscili :: . .,.,,., n ,-r
^^Hbtw nbijiinif insi-r li'ins-.
Advertisements nndai eight line is,
-.-
MAILS.
i 1 \y lime fin closinghcjails
toW despatched per S. S.
"Miami" id extended to Sat-
urday, April 15th, at 7.30.
a.m.
:o:
I'll'; Motor "Frances h"ar-
rived Wedneaday afternoon
from Miami I'la,with shingles
Gasolineand the following
P issengers: -
Weathgrford, Mrs. Sushi,
Rugerand WalterW; Albury,
Mrs. Florence and child, Ed-
die aiidJason, Masters Willie
l|(| I 117 ii" : ('......--h Mrs.
f?!7r-ii"!!i : >,,, |,,.|u, m,,.
gare' ; Sands Mrs Mamie, Mr.
Everett ; M^.i.ll Mis. Mu-
riel find iiifAM*-, Mr. Win. W.J
Gwynn Mis Hilda and cluld;
Til impson Mr. and Mrs
hi nc?, Humes Miss Clotilda,
'Strachan Miss Edith, John
and Albert ; Newton Mrs.
Octavia and Reginald;
Farcer Mrs Rnplinelita ; Dar*
villc ...Mr*. Celeste, Llijah;
Ashlen, and \l irshnll P : Kej
-.Mr. II and Herbert; Griffin
Joseph B., and John 13.; Ted-
der Joseph B., and Bert; Har-
ris Mr.; Johnson Frank, Sam-
uel, Prince and David; Shaw
H. O.; Coakley Benjamin,
W ilson Charles, A. JSeymour
Samuel; Worrell Dr. G. S.;
Simmons Andrew ; McKinney
John, King Felix, Kdgecombe
Wilfred; Howe Ed.; Nolle
Lewis, and James; Maura
Fred; Arthur Henry; Rahm-
ing Henry, Fergurson Sam,
HihI, and Seth; Wallace
Fred; Green Nathaniel;
Deveau William, Moss Amos,
Roker Solomon ;Tines Archie;
Roberts Richard A., Lufkin
I). I., Pannerman Enos;
Moore Lockhart and Erskine,
Fox William; Symonette Re-
ginald, Padgell Milton.
(74)
:o:
I he Mail Steamer "Miami''
left Mayport Fla. at 6 p,m.
yesterday with 62 Tons
freight and is expected to
arrive here at midnight and
and beating Arabella Ash
1. or 21 days and 3. or 2
months respectively.
Florence 1.mi Ion.Larency
of one pair shoes value 8s.
the goods and chattels of
Nora Roberts- Dismissed.
6. William Johnson and
John Darrell lighting in
West StreetDismissed. II.
Throwing stom to the dan-
ger of peis ns in said street
25s or 21 days and 1 or
16 days respectively.
8. Susan Miller.Using
language in Farm Street to'-
wards Marita Rae tending to
.' breach of the peaceDis-
uissed.
Radiograms
Aj>ri I 13th 1916.
London, II:The armies
of the Crown prince around
Verdun are still vigerously
on the offensive against the
French. Having delivered
to leave for Key West at Sjan attack along tlie line from
LeMort llomme to Ciumer-
es which netted them a few
portions of French trenches
o'clock tomorrow morning.
POLICE COURT NEW8.
April 3. R.unond Soavella.
Adjourned from 31st ulto
sentenced to 6 weeks impri-
sonment.
Charles Basden.Found
drunk in Hay Street5s.
Jeremiah Johnson. Breach
Cab Act7s.
Joshua Symonett. Larceny
of 39 reels thread and 10
combs value 1 is. yd. goods
and chattels of the Bahamas
(ii neral I lospital Remand*
ed till 10th inst.
4. William Smith.-As-
saulting and beating Gusta-
vus Ferguson Dismissed.
5. Thomas B. Bain, and
Wilfred Ingram.-* Assaulting
on the East of LeMort Horn-
me the Germans rested theii
infantry here but in the region
of Douaumont Vanx thre
their men in large numbers
against tin French trenches.
Here again they me' with
success but only for a short
peiiodof time for the French,
in counter attacks, drove the
invaders from advanced sec-
tions of trenches they had
captured, and in the opera-
tion took about 100prisoners.
Berlin, II:British troops
made a strong hand grenade
attack last night after inten-
sified artillery preparations
against Gsrman posii
South of St. Lloi, near \\
but the attack was repl
and the position is ff
held by the Germans act-
ing to official statement
by army headquarters t<
Fighting on both sid(
the Mtuse was in p 01
with great, vigour throl
out yesterday Ihenumo
unwonnded prisoners t|
in this section was inciej
fron- 22 officers and 549
to 36 officers and 1230
An official statement isj
at Austro Hungarian Ii
quarters says that 011 the
ian front artillery fire
more lively in s< veial W C
the enemy methodically s
led villages behind oui li|
He bombarded Puipo,
Southern part ol Gorizia
Hospital of St. Peter
other villages in the Gon
district, St. Kalherine
Uggswitz in Coriuthia
Lev ice and Ro< 1110 in
Tyrol. Fighting is in prog
near Rivn.
Petrograd, II:- The c.fTi
communication today a
On the Dvina front i\
have been artilh-i \ dm -
the region of ||>e Iksl
bridge head the (i p r 11 a
tried unsuccessful I v to ,,ss,
the offensive. In ll-e regiotl
Dvinsk, in the Sonlhwaidl
the lake region, the up
artillery manifested great
tivity. On the remainder
the front there is nothing n
to report.
In the Can. .isiis S, ,
east of Erzerouin ruir tr<(
continue to c mipy in
ground.
1


Washington, II: -Meredith
lolson of Indianapolis, an
ior, practically. has- been
f-ed uport' by President
Ison and secretary.* Bakef
|ssistant Sdcrettry^of war.
April 14th,' 1916!^
fans.-TheattackonVer-
has subsided after sever-!
lays severe fighting. There
e no engagements of irrt-!
tance in that region last
Int.
elsewhere on the Western
it and on Italian and.
ssian lines no operations
Importance were recorded.1
hOST
Reward is'offered for the *e
turtt to the T?ibun Office of a
filigree*! siNfcf belt pin, bearing
initials of owner 'arid ditW-on
reverse sia. Lost April seventh
about 8 p in. on way to library
room Frederick Street.
I BfcG to notify the
* public that I will
undett&keto sett Log-
wood on commission
to the very best ad-
vantage.
Write or see
E. C. Griffin
l\ ashington: G e r m a n
le on Sussex and other I
to has been received but;
' probably not be'laid be- ,Cr ^aY Sr- and Victoria. Art.
the president befoie to- i''
rrow night.
Washington.The first,'
of American lives in the
mtiie expedition occurred
nrmgon American troops:
'Parrnl.
dexican civilians fired on
troops killing one and
11 n d 1 n g another. The j
ps returned the fire kill
many.
arranza troops did not
on Americans but assisted
r-stoiing order. Quiet was
tored only to break out
er when more deaths 00 I
red among the Mexicans.
The news of the clash was'
.tained in a telegram from'
irtero under yesterdn\s
le sent by the Mexican1
rei^'n Minister to Carran
s Ambassador at Washing.
Later despatchesstat.d
it many deaths had occtu-
on both sides.
Washington:Carra n fc a
a note which arrived ear-
today at the Mexican Em
v asked Secretary Lans
for the withdrawal of
x-'iran troops frorrt Mex
1.
'he note failed to brin;.,'
v indication from official
H"'-- that troops would be
hdrawn.
h-'-ieiary Lansing-said that,
rrnnzas note gave evidence
som- misunderstending in
xi( o.
Tenders*
TK N DE US aie required
for the erection of a stone
porch to the Church of St Ag-
nes. Masons willing to esti'
male for the Work *nl\ please
apply to:
Mr. II. Dighton Pearson,
St. Matthew's Rectory
Public Auction.
John Butler
Will sell
on Tuesday the 25th insl
at 11.30 o'clock
At St.Matthew's h'ertory
The entire lot of household
effects consisting of Parlor,
I'iningroom, Bedroom fur-
niture, Crockery, Kitchen
Utensils fee. &.
Terms Cash.
TENDERS
will be received, until Master
week. bV Mr. \<: W Sawver,
for the fast [one) sail boat
"Waterloo', in good (Midi
litfll, which will be at the
wharf of Mr- Sawyer for in
spectiou at that tiuic.
Terms: -OftWri on Delivery.
John S. (1 I hoinpSun, Owner
Wi mVss Bight
Lieut hera.
Advertise in
The Tribune.
LOGWOOD >
TAffc undersigned desires \6 notify thepubHc that he is
purchasing LOGWOOD and wMpaffor same what.
eveT the market price is
H. J. CLARIDGE
East Bry St, Nassau.
Automobiles & Bicycles
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles {Niagara) for
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sale agnt for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.

Pi. wit attention to all 1 ^airs
Supplies and accessorie
Gassoline and Oils
PHONE 402
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St.
Phone ?14. East Bay St*
Chas. E. Bethell v
holesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales

Wines
Spirits
Shingles.

JUS I' received from Jacksonville 5 x loZ'HeM Cypress ;t!
per iix>. N<> beitci grade than these rn the Marketj
"Vtlines" Cypress at 3as. per 1000. This grade carries
same guarantee --is the Bests."
Any defective shingles can he returned.
Also cheaper grade1 in 'tock
April MK; 1916 C C. SAUNDKUS.
36s.
x 18
our
f


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