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0BW00B 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 Gate, Nassau St. •DRINK-Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. h Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. 1 Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. LOGWOOD HE undersigned desires to notify the public that he is purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what ftver the market price is H. J. CLAR1DGE East Br.y St, Nassau. r THE AGILITY and prodigious leaping powers of the KANGAROO ar# famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is excelled by the ease and quickness with which SUNLIGHT SOAP expels dirt from the clothes in the wash. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys well-earned and worldwide distinction as a Soap of thefirst quality. Its reputation is maintained by the /, l ooo Guarantee of Purity given with every bar, and by the good report of millions of housewives who use it daily. WHY NOT TRY IT. LOGWOOD SISAL R.J.BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c.*Commission) Offices: —532 Bay St. Alfred's Wharf Christie's Near City Market. STOCK PRODUCE %  ma Automobiles & Bicycles REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES (Niagara) FOR SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. I Pr^mtt attention to all repairs Supplies and accessorie Cassoline and Oils PHONE 402 J. P. SIMMS (* 47 Market St. I



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* .Nulllua rvii.li. in|urnre in verbs mivmstrl Relni) bound Iniwaur to Ihe I)ogmn. of no Master. VOL. XIII. N.v-.sn xi. N. P.. BB.hB.me.a-. MONDAY. April 17. 1916 — %  No. 126 4iSL. OII.BKKT DUPTJCH, Editor and I'ruprittor. OFFIOR: Corner Shirley & Chnrlotte St .\as.in, N. P., hiihamai "PHONE 880 P. O. HOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday. V> f and Fii lay— %  y.-..^ !'l Tuesday, .ur I I'bursdaysingle copy id Saturday ... ijd Wwklv Mrmthly t. 6d OuarUrh i fa-UYTaarlv IK-. I'AN I KM IN AU'V \ NCE idvertl fii flf.i ci ti in: I line i> i MCOIHJ inssrl llnf ubaq lenl \ I i ml ; • The Supreme Court meets "on Wednesday next, igth at 10. 30 .1. in. Tenders are called {or the interment of the deceased — :o;— Cargo shipped per S. S. "Monterey" i>< iund for New York April i5, 1911 420 bales Sponge, 3 /; bales Sisal, 6 bales S s '''. 1215 cases Canned Pine Apples, 1448 crates romatnes, 4.8 Crates Peppers, 30 boxes Grapefruit 61 empty steel barrels, 1 empty Cj 78 bales bark, 67 bales bark liftings, 4 a bbls shells, 1 %  %  curios, q bales Junk. 7 1 books and effects, 11 .aunches, package sundries, s ~ bales Refuse Sponge. Radiograms April 15th, 1916. Washington, 13: -The I'nitP'l States is disposed to *) consider that Germany in the latest submarine note virtually lias admitted that one of her submarines torpedoed the Channel steamer Su President Wilson and Si I : v Lansing today examined the official text of the communication from Berlin and are undl rstO< id to have reached that com lusion. Unless Germany sliould without equivocation admit attacking the vessels which had aboard more than a score of American citizens inflict quate punishment upon the commander of the submaaml in other way-, show evidenc "1 faith, a< tion of a drastic nature uudoubt-J edly will follow. 1 >etails of the poli ; I be pursued are expected to be formulated at the cabinet meeting tomorrow. I it tie activity is repoi ted in any of the war theatres. Weather retards fighting in the vicinity. Infanti y 1 iperations are hindered and big guns arc busy only on comparatively a small front in the West. With abatement of battle before Veidun and a State of comparative quiet reigning in all other war theatres diplomatic issues growing out of the war are prominently to the fore in the news of the day. The submarine controversy between the United States and Germany has the American government busy gatheiin!.' data for information to Germany concerning the Sussex and attacks on various merchantman since the torpedoing of the Lusitania, which it is asset ted will bring to a focus the entire question of the submaiiiu S. Great Britain has replied to the American protest against the clause in her Trading with the Enemy Act which previ iit trading with any business turn which has affiliations with or is << atrolled by subjects of eneni\ counti i< The note asserts that the act is being enforced to restrict activities and trade of persons under British jurisdiction and thai care will be taken to avoid injury to neutral commerce. I hi cases of the Chicago t packers against Great Britain foi the holding up of the cargoes valued at many millions of dollars ha\ 1 I" amicably settled by represi ntatives of the meat packers and I hi Bi itisti Go\ 1 1 nment. (| at Britain will pay for the seized cargoes. April 16th 10,16. Ntw York: -Wyoming, Arkansas, New York, Texas, Montana and torpedo boat Ericcson arrived at the navy yard today. Washington:— The governnow rea '. I the (iennan submai ine situ at ion to issue. It understood unofficially that Ann 1 i evidence implicating I • I ; man submarim at I eing responsible forth'' sinking of tin Sussex is now 11 impleted., The new notes finial. I'aris: — I here was no infantry action in the Verdun n gion last ntght. The French positions betwi en Malacourt j Wood and Hill 304 were heavil) bombarded. Livi artillery actions near western edge of Corbea Woods. Santiago Chili:Argj tine aviators today attemi ed to ascend 26, 000 feet titude and fly across And Pershing.'r-Headquart \ ilia's di ugstore, consisl of packmule loaded u quinine and antiseptic bai ages was captured dun Guerrero fiighl by seventh Honoluluf:—Japanese sti; er fde Maru threw overboi tons of war supplies! save itsi II dm ing gali. j Bei lin:— Vustro-Hunga raptured Italian p<| lion Mi/.livrh. %  The sinking of German subn ine has ],,, ,, verified by w ho survivi d. submarine was destro] soon afti 1 by a Fri m h \\ ship. The nami 1 I the marine 1 ommander has b learned. April 17th, 11,16. P ri Fri n< h infai attack in Verdun reg South 1 I Dou lumont yi s day o suited in the cap of portions of Gi 11 tn mlics 20 (11 mans v taki 11 pi isoners, Berlin:—After exti u mbardmeni large force Verdun front attacked ( ions near ] 1 louaumont yesterday. Fren< h were repulsed, sui ing heavy losses. a-a-aW


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.Nulllua rvii.li. in- |urnre in verbs mivmstrl
Relni) bound Iniwaur to Ihe I)ogmn. of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
N.v-.sn xi. N. P.. BB.hB.me.a-. MONDAY. April 17. 1916
'
No. 126
4iS-
L. OII.BKKT DUPTJCH,
Editor and I'ruprittor.
OFFIOR:
Corner Shirley & Chnrlotte St
.\as.in, N. P., hiihamai
"PHONE 880 P. O. HOX 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday. V> f and Fii lay
y.-..^...... !'l
Tuesday, .ur I I'bursday- single copy id
Saturday ... ijd
Wwklv
Mrmthly t. 6d
OuarUrh i
fa-UY-
Taarlv IK-.
I'AN I KM IN AU'V \ NCE
idvertl
fii flf.i ci ti in: I line
i> i mcoihJ inssrl
llnf ubaq lenl
\ I i ml ;
The Supreme Court meets
"on Wednesday next, igth
at 10. 30 .1. in.
Tenders are called {or the
interment of the deceased
:o;
Cargo shipped per S. S.
"Monterey" i>< iund for New
York April i5, 1911
420 bales Sponge, 3 /; bales
Sisal, 6 bales S 's'''.
1215 cases Canned Pine Ap-
ples, 1448 crates romatnes, 4.8
Crates Peppers, 30 boxes
Grapefruit 61 empty steel
barrels, 1 empty Cj
78 bales bark, 67 bales bark
liftings, 4 a bbls shells, 1
curios, q bales Junk. 7 1
books and effects, 11 .aunches,
package sundries, 's~ bales
Refuse Sponge.
Radiograms
April 15th, 1916.
Washington, 13: -The
I'nitP'l States is disposed to
*) consider that Germany in the
latest submarine note vir-
tually lias admitted that one
of her submarines torpedoed
the Channel steamer Su
President Wilson and Si i
: v Lansing today ex-
amined the official text of
the communication from Ber-
lin and are undl rstO< id to
have reached that com lusion.
Unless Germany sliould
without equivocation admit
attacking the vessels which
had aboard more than a score
of American citizens inflict
quate punishment upon
the commander of the subma-
aml in other way-, show
evidenc "1 faith, a< tion
of a drastic nature uudoubt-J
edly will follow.
1 >etails of the poli ; I be
pursued are expected to be
formulated at the cabinet
meeting tomorrow.
I it tie activity is repoi ted
in any of the war theatres.
Weather retards fighting in
the vicinity. Infanti y 1 ipera-
tions are hindered and big
guns arc busy only on com-
paratively a small front in
the West.
With abatement of battle
before Veidun and a State of
comparative quiet reigning
in all other war theatres dip-
lomatic issues growing out
of the war are prominently to
the fore in the news of the
day.
The submarine controversy
between the United States
and Germany has the Am-
erican government busy
gatheiin!.' data for informa-
tion to Germany concerning
the Sussex and attacks on
various merchantman since
the torpedoing of the Lusita-
nia, which it is asset ted will
bring to a focus the entire
question of the submaiiiu S.
Great Britain has replied
to the American protest
against the clause in her
Trading with the Enemy Act
which previ iit trading with
any business turn which has
affiliations with or is << a-
trolled by subjects of eneni\
counti i<
The note asserts that the
act is being enforced to re-
strict activities and trade of
persons under British juris-
diction and thai care will be
taken to avoid injury to neu-
tral commerce.
I hi cases of the Chicago
t packers against Great
Britain foi the holding up of
the cargoes valued at many
millions of dollars ha\ 1 I"
amicably settled by represi n-
tatives of the meat packers
and I hi Bi itisti Go\ 1 1 nment.
(| at Britain will pay for
the seized cargoes.
April 16th 10,16.
Ntw York: -Wyoming, Ar-
kansas, New York, Texas,
Montana and torpedo boat
Ericcson arrived at the navy
yard today.
Washington: The govern-
now rea '. I
the (iennan submai ine situ
at ion to issue. It under-
stood unofficially that Ann 1 i
evidence implicating I
I ; man submarim at I eing
responsible forth'' sinking of
tin Sussex is now 11 impleted.,
The new notes finial.
I'aris: I here was no infan-
try action in the Verdun n
gion last ntght. The French
positions betwi en Malacourt j
Wood and Hill 304 were
heavil) bombarded. Livi
artillery actions near
western edge of Corbea
Woods.
Santiago Chili:- Argj
tine aviators today attemi
ed to ascend 26, 000 feet
titude and fly across And
Pershing.'r-Headquart
\ ilia's di ugstore, consisl
of packmule loaded u
quinine and antiseptic bai
ages was captured dun
Guerrero fiighl by seventh
Honoluluf:Japanese sti;
er fde Maru threw overboi
tons of war supplies!
save itsi II dm ing gali. '
j
Bei lin: Vustro-Hunga
raptured Italian p<|
lion Mi/.livrh.
The sinking of
German subn
ine has ],,, ,, verified by
w ho survivi d.
submarine was destro]
soon afti 1 by a Fri m h \\
ship. The nami 1 I the
marine 1 ommander has b
learned.
April 17th, 11,16.
P ri Fri n< h infai
attack in Verdun reg
South 1 I Dou lumont yi s
day o suited in the cap
of portions of Gi 11
tn mlics 20 (11 mans v
taki 11 pi isoners,
Berlin:After exti u
mbardmeni large force
Verdun front attacked (
, ions near ]
1 louaumont yesterday.
Fren< h were repulsed, sui
ing heavy losses.
a-a-aW


0BW00B
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 Gate, Nassau St.
DRINK--
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
h Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
1 Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
LOGWOOD
HE undersigned desires to notify the public that he is
purchasing LOGWOOD and will pay for same what
ftver the market price is
H. J. CLAR1DGE
East Br.y St, Nassau.
r
THE AGILITY
and prodigious leaping powers of the Kangaroo ar#
famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is
excelled by the ease and quickness with which
Sunlight Soap expels dirt
from the clothes in the wash.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
enjoys well-earned and world-
wide distinction as a Soap of
thefirst quality. Its reputation
is maintained by the /, l ooo
Guarantee of Purity given
with every bar, and by the
good report of millions of
housewives who use it daily.
WHY NOT TRY IT.
LOGWOOD
SISAL
R.J.BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c.*Commission)
Offices: 532 Bay St.
Alfred's Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
STOCK
PRODUCE
ma
Automobiles & Bicycles
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles (Niagara) for
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sole agent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co. I
Pr^mtt attention to all repairs
Supplies and accessorie
Cassoline and Oils
PHONE 402
J. P. SIMMS (*
47 Market St.
I


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