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[nople, in Mesopotamia upon lagdad, and through Persia We capture of Bagdad by he Russians is imminent, iirkey is now completely hushed and her armies, deInoralizfd, only offer a feeble I I sistance to the Russian ad I lance. The Russian general staff lonsiclers Turkey conquered lad believes she will soon ik for a separate peace. NOTICE The Schooner 7KLMA" will sail uesday 25th. for *at Island, Rum Cay i nd Inagua, from [\dderlpy's wharf. E. C. Griffin TENDERS will be received, until Easter week, by Mr. R. W. Sawyer forth* fast (one; sail boat "Waterloo", in good condition, which will be at the wharf of Mr. Sawyer for in spection at that time. Terms:—Cash on Delivery. John S. G. Thompson, Owner Wemyss Bight Eleuthera. Notice THB Auction Sale nt St I Matthew's Rectory on Apnl 25th has been Cancel led, as the furniture has been disposed of otherwise. W. A. MATHER Found. kN Hog Island an open boat about 9 feet Keel '"ted white. Apply TRIBUNE OFFICE D UNDERTAKER hSlKF.S to inform his friends and the Public HIK*CV his ust irceived a complete outfit of facilities for the buisness of an undertaker, which plares him in a position to carry out Funerals that "'By be entrusted to his care with syslern and despatch ; and respect fully solicits their pntroi*^ G et my 1 rices first and pinvRtham that are the very l-, W e*lFor the ch.si first woik. THE UNTIRING ENERGY of the WOLF is proverbial. Practically no energy is required where SUNLIGHT SOAP is employed. SUNLIC1|T SOAP is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of mankind; ^ SUNLIGHT SOAP is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the housewife, and is made for her profit. To the housewife it means less labour, less dirt, more leisure, and time and money saved. SUNLIGHT SOAP does away with needless rubbing and scrubbing, and so preserves the clothes. 6 GIVE IT A TRIAl, tost Received Hams, 8 to to lbs., Bologna |ua fi Sardines, Currants, -'"c Hams 5 to 8 lbs., Canned "i.Figs.Marshmallow Cakes also in slock -jiili Sauce (Home made). .j h ceQuava Jelly and Mar [lade, Chewing Gum, Oysteis [ %  us, \ienna Sausage, Ham' [£er Steak, Corned and Roast f. Potted Meat, Salmon, lard, hvaporated and Con *d Milk, Breakfast Cocoa Jsiiij, Prunes, Asst. Nuts, |tBiscuits, Candies, Mince t, Cane Syrup, Home made "and PieSi Fruit Jel|jes •Marmalade, Aerated \V n Home made Pickles r* Oil. ('Karsand Cigarettes. I "ha ceo. F. A GARNER, 5-J West Bay Street NQTICE r IMS it to inform my Patron* and the Public in G-neral that 1 have opened mv Public liUcU Smith Skop; and am now ready to do anything in t e line nl Geneial repair or new i\->rk Horse ^"*mg Specially. All work done Mechanically. P. A. HUYI.ER j BtG to notify the I %  public that I will undertake to sell Logwood on commission to the very best advantage. Write or see Cor. Bay St. and Victoria Are. For Rent Rooms over "Tribune" Ofiice Apply I.. GILBERT DUPUCH, "Tribune" Office Automobiles & Bicycles REO CARS AND POPE BICYCLES (Niagara) FOR SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sola atfent for REO MOTOR CAR Co. Pi.'nit attention to all r fairs & Supplies and accessorie Gasssline and Oils J. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. PHONE 402 The highest price paid for LOGWOOD in any quantity chipped for shippingami delivered on Wharf at Nassau from now on to July 1st. Chas. B. ROCKWELL, Palm Gate, Nassau St.



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Nulllvia nddic in* lurare in verb* maiilatrl Being bound to iwr 10 the Dogmai ol no Master. VOL. XIII. Na-i.au. N. P.. Ba.ha.miva. MONDAY. April 24.1916 L. BILBJHtT DUPOOH, Editor and I'mprietor. OK KICK. Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sta \ atsaii, ,V, /'., Bahamas PHONH no P. o. nox ins. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wiliiesdav ami Pfida*— ,. %  • %  % %  'I)' id 1 iimlay, an 1 rhundajr—singlecopjp id Saturday aingla copy ... ild Weekly Jd A<*tmthljr ... ... ... is. 6d Uuaitcily .. is. 6d •JrlfYetirly 9 s. Marty i Sv l'AYARLi; IN AIHANCK Advartiting Rate*: >ix paoca per line lor fir** insKtion: lliree iience |*r line lor Hoood ineartion ; aDd onepeiiny per Hue for subviuei.t iniertlotw. Adveitienieiits timler eight linen I*. The Schooner "Sarah .E Douglass" arrived on Friday morning with lumber, shingles, dynamite and ice, and the following passengers.— Misses Albert Dean, Mary \ ard, Lueinda Johnson Lizzie Gardner, Edith Evans, Nora Bethal, and Ann Gardiner; Mesdamw Ellen Mc Smith, Margaret Rolle, Annie Albury, Carrie A1 bury, Maggie Albury, Alice Thompson, Lizzie Gardner, Vane lla Culmer, Charlotte Roberts, Georgie Robinson, Alice Dean, l.uta Clarke, Isabella Bullard, and Blanche Swain; Messrs Daniel Dean, Avery Roberts, Thomas Roberts, MeGregor Knowles, Miller Knowles, Cornelius Rolle, Wilfred Taylor, Elijah Cox, San Fergurson, Richie Carroll, Bibins Williams, Wilfred Thompson, Herbert Albury, George H. A'bury, Ramon Pinder, John Bethel, Frank Bullard, Lorenzo Sturrup, Herbert Nesbitt, I Clarence Adderley, and Joseph Rolle; Masters Lev. Dorsett, Albert Culmer, John Gardner, and Warrant Albury. The Schooner Hattie Dar ling arrived on Sunday morn ing from Miami with lumber and shingles and th • follow ing passengers.— Miss Jennie Pyfrom; Mes dames Adelle Rogers and infant Charity Higgs; Mar aret Adderly, and Matilda Adderly; Messrs James Py from Robert Pierce, Stanley B. Pinder, Horatio Pinder, Wellington Darvell Uriah Knowles, Joseph Know'es, Theophilus Darvell, Maria Cartwright, Adolphus Pin der James Farrington, Robert Miller Edward Ramsey, Na thaniel Ramsey, Alfred John son, William Johnson George Higgs Fred Turner, Arthur, Thomas John Hiold, Newton Rolle, Hezekiah Rolle, Josiah Delancey, J. J. Mackey, Regi nald Smith Fletcher Young, Talmer Ferguson. Thaddeus Cash, David Pennerman, John Adderley, Robert Poitier, Joshua Stewart, Michail Stubbs. —:o: — The British tern schooner "Corinthia" arrived on Sun day morning from Matanzas, Cuba, in ballast. — :o: — The Schooner "E. M. Zellars" arrived on Sunday forenoon from Jamaica with a ca go of sugar and rum and five passengers (Chinese) Clumy Gruan, Albert Chin, Lewis Chon, Chon Chon and Phillip Chin. —:o:— The Mail Steamer "Monte r ey" arrived from ew York on Sunday evening and after landing the folio, ing passengers proceeded to Havana.— Misses Hester Smyth, and Ethclreda Bolingbroke; Mesdames Dorothy Hess, Margaret Taylor and infant, and Margaret Pritchard; Mr. and Mis. John E. Slavin; Messrs Edward Mayer, Harry Krigel, J. W. Dolch, Alan D. Price, Ralph Rickman, William Mackintosh, and Edward C. Moseley. Mesdames Margaret Evans and Mrs. Ella Kerr and infant; Mr. Thomas Baird. Miss Georgiana Cooper; Rev. Gilbert A. and Mrs. Thompson and Master William Thompson (24) MARRIAGE DUPUCH PYFROM.— A t nine o'clock on Sunday morning, 23rd April 191b. at St. Matthews Church by the Rev. W. S. Lovell, Alice Louis* Pyfrom was married to L. Gilbert Dupuch, eldest son of the late L. E. H. Dupuch. Nassau 22nd April 1916. Dear Sir Can you tell me what has the Acting Registra of Re cords (lately Superintendent of the Hospital) been suspen dec! for? There are those of the opin ion that it is not as a result of the Commisioners report. The government is expect ed to do its whole duty in this matter. Yours truly ELECTOR. Advertiie in Tht Tribunt. Radiogram \ 1' 11124 th* 1916. Washington:— ( Funston has recomme re-disposition of Am troops in Mexico for p of recuperation pendii ther co 1 1 1 lion witl rania. His 1 C mmenc have been approved a ters will b< lefl 1 Ql his discretion, 1 here is tent ion of w ithdrawi troops, Berlin: German were compelled to evi newly won uenche 1 Langemarck-Ypres R account of hit; 1 flood 1 lish hand grenade atta< repulsed South of St. I he Germans c a p I French trenches on 1 bank of the.Meuse, Sou of Haucourt and Den Hill. London: —The I t a steamer Joseph Agost '1 ez was sunk by a Gi submarine, the crew been landed. The Fn in h bark Ch was torpedoed Sa morning. It is belies ( d/ the crew were saved. The captain and si? %  ailors of the British sic Felici.ina have been pi up and search is being 1 for the icsl of the crew. Ptliciana is a total I' British steam erTregantl been sunk, crew saved. Petrograd:—Russian ti are now advancing si taneously along the < Anatolia towards Constl


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Nulllvia nddic in* lurare in verb* maiilatrl
Being bound to iwr 10 the Dogmai ol no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Na-i.au. N. P.. Ba.ha.miva. MONDAY. April 24.1916
L. BILBJHtT DUPOOH,
Editor and I'mprietor.
OK KICK.
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sta
\ atsaii, ,V, /'., Bahamas
PHONH no P. o. nox ins.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wi- liiesdav ami Pfida*
,. -* 'I)' ......... id
1 iimlay, an 1 rhundajrsinglecopjp id
Saturday aingla copy ... ild
Weekly ........... Jd
A<*tmthljr ... ... ... is. 6d
Uuaitcily........ .. is. 6d
JrlfYetirly...........9s.
Marty ............iSv
l'AYARLi; IN AIHANCK
Advartiting Rate*: >ix paoca per line
lor fir** insKtion: lliree iience |*r line
lor Hoood ineartion ; aDd onepeiiny per
Hue for subviuei.t iniertlotw.
Adveitienieiits timler eight linen I*.
The Schooner "Sarah .E
Douglass" arrived on Friday
morning with lumber,
shingles, dynamite and ice,
and the following passen-
gers.
Misses Albert Dean, Mary
\ ard, Lueinda Johnson Liz-
zie Gardner, Edith Evans,
Nora Bethal, and Ann Gar-
diner; Mesdamw Ellen Mc
Smith, Margaret Rolle, Annie
Albury, Carrie A1 bury, Mag-
gie Albury, Alice Thompson,
Lizzie Gardner, Vane lla
Culmer, Charlotte Roberts,
Georgie Robinson, Alice
Dean, l.uta Clarke, Isabella
Bullard, and Blanche Swain;
Messrs Daniel Dean, Avery
Roberts, Thomas Roberts,
MeGregor Knowles, Miller
Knowles, Cornelius Rolle,
Wilfred Taylor, Elijah Cox,
San Fergurson, Richie Car-
roll, Bibins Williams, Wil-
fred Thompson, Herbert
Albury, George H. A'bury,
Ramon Pinder, John Bethel,
Frank Bullard, Lorenzo
Sturrup, Herbert Nesbitt, I
Clarence Adderley, and
Joseph Rolle; Masters Lev.
Dorsett, Albert Culmer, John
Gardner, and Warrant Al-
bury.
The Schooner Hattie Dar
ling arrived on Sunday morn
ing from Miami with lumber
and shingles and th follow
ing passengers.
Miss Jennie Pyfrom; Mes
dames Adelle Rogers and
infant Charity Higgs; Mar
, aret Adderly, and Matilda
Adderly; Messrs James Py
from Robert Pierce, Stanley
B. Pinder, Horatio Pinder,
Wellington Darvell Uriah
Knowles, Joseph Know'es,
Theophilus Darvell, Maria
Cartwright, Adolphus Pin
der James Farrington, Robert
Miller Edward Ramsey, Na
thaniel Ramsey, Alfred John
son, William Johnson George
Higgs Fred Turner, Arthur,
Thomas John Hiold, Newton
Rolle, Hezekiah Rolle, Josiah
Delancey, J. J. Mackey, Regi
nald Smith Fletcher Young,
Talmer Ferguson. Thaddeus
Cash, David Pennerman,
John Adderley, Robert Poi-
tier, Joshua Stewart, Michail
Stubbs.
:o:
The British tern schooner
"Corinthia" arrived on Sun
day morning from Matanzas,
Cuba, in ballast.
:o:
The Schooner "E. M. Zel-
lars" arrived on Sunday fore-
noon from Jamaica with a
ca go of sugar and rum and
five passengers (Chinese)
Clumy Gruan, Albert
Chin, Lewis Chon, Chon
Chon and Phillip Chin.
:o:
The Mail Steamer "Mon-
terey" arrived from ew
York on Sunday evening and
after landing the folio, ing
passengers proceeded to Ha-
vana.
Misses Hester Smyth, and
Ethclreda Bolingbroke; Mes-
dames Dorothy Hess, Marga-
ret Taylor and infant, and
Margaret Pritchard; Mr. and
Mis. John E. Slavin; Messrs
Edward Mayer, Harry Krigel,
J. W. Dolch, Alan D. Price,
Ralph Rickman, William
Mackintosh, and Edward C.
Moseley.
Mesdames Margaret Evans
and Mrs. Ella Kerr and in-
fant; Mr. Thomas Baird.
Miss Georgiana Cooper;
Rev. Gilbert A. and Mrs.
Thompson and Master Wil-
liam Thompson (24)
MARRIAGE
Dupuch Pyfrom.At nine
o'clock on Sunday morning,
23rd April 191b. at St. Mat-
thews Church by the Rev.
W. S. Lovell, Alice Louis*
Pyfrom was married to L.
Gilbert Dupuch, eldest son
of the late L. E. H. Dupuch.
Nassau
22nd April 1916.
Dear Sir
Can you tell me what has
the Acting Registra of Re
cords (lately Superintendent
of the Hospital) been suspen
dec! for?
There are those of the opin
ion that it is not as a result
of the Commisioners report.
The government is expect
ed to do its whole duty in
this matter.
Yours truly
_______________ELECTOR.
Advertiie in
Tht Tribunt.
Radiogram
\ 1' 11124 th* 1916.
Washington: (
Funston has recomme
re-disposition of Am
troops in Mexico for p
of recuperation pendii
ther co 1 1 1 lion witl
rania. His 1 C mmenc
have been approved a
ters will b< lefl 1 Ql
his discretion, 1 here is
tent ion of w ithdrawi
troops,
Berlin: German
were compelled to evi
newly won uenche1
Langemarck-Ypres R
account of hit;1' flood1,
lish hand grenade atta<
repulsed South of St.
I he Germans c a p I
French trenches on 1
bank of the.Meuse, Sou
of Haucourt and Den
Hill.
London: The I t a
steamer Joseph Agost '1
ez was sunk by a Gi
submarine, the crew
been landed.
The Fn in h bark Ch
was torpedoed Sa
morning. It is belies ( d/
the crew were saved.
The captain and si?
ailors of the British sic
Felici.ina have been pi
up and search is being 1
for the icsl of the crew.
Ptliciana is a total I'
British steam erTregantl
been sunk, crew saved.
Petrograd:Russian ti
are now advancing si
taneously along the <
Anatolia towards Constl


[nople, in Mesopotamia upon
lagdad, and through Persia
We capture of Bagdad by
he Russians is imminent,
iirkey is now completely
hushed and her armies, de-
Inoralizfd, only offer a feeble I
I sistance to the Russian ad I
lance.
The Russian general staff
lonsiclers Turkey conquered
lad believes she will soon
ik for a separate peace.
NOTICE
The Schooner
7KLMA" will sail
uesday 25th. for
*at Island, Rum Cay
ind Inagua, from
[\dderlpy's wharf.
E. C. Griffin
TENDERS
will be received, until Easter
week, by Mr. R. W. Sawyer
forth* fast (one; sail boat
"Waterloo", in good condi-
tion, which will be at the
wharf of Mr. Sawyer for in
spection at that time.
Terms:Cash on Delivery.
John S. G. Thompson, Owner
Wemyss Bight
Eleuthera.
Notice
THB Auction Sale nt St
I Matthew's Rectory on
Apnl 25th has been Cancel
led, as the furniture has been
disposed of otherwise.
W. A. MATHER

Found.
kN Hog Island an open
boat about 9 feet Keel
'"ted white.
Apply
TRIBUNE OFFICE
D UNDERTAKER
hSlKF.S to inform his friends
and the Public Hik*cV his
ust irceived a complete outfit of
facilities for the buisness of an un-
dertaker, which plares him in a
position to carry out Funerals that
"'By be entrusted to his care with
syslern and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits their pntroi*^ Get
my 1 rices first and pinvRtham that
are the very l-,We*lFor the ch.si first
woik.
THE UNTIRING ENERGY
of the Wolf is proverbial. Practically no energy is
required where Sunlight Soap is employed. Sunlic1|t
Soap is energy itself. The Wolf is the enemy of
mankind; ^
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the enemy of all dirt. It is the friend of the house-
wife, and is made for her
profit. To the housewife it
means less labour, less dirt,
more leisure, and time and
money saved. Sunlight
Soap does away with need-
less rubbing and scrubbing,
and so preserves the clothes.
6 GIVE IT A TRIAl,
tost Received
Hams, 8 to to lbs., Bologna
|uafi Sardines, Currants,
-'"c Hams 5 to 8 lbs., Canned
"i.Figs.Marshmallow Cakes
, also in slock
-jiili Sauce (Home made).
.jhceQuava Jelly and Mar
[lade, Chewing Gum, Oysteis
[us, \ienna Sausage, Ham'
[er Steak, Corned and Roast
f. Potted Meat, Salmon,
lard, hvaporated and Con
*d Milk, Breakfast Cocoa
Jsiiij, Prunes, Asst. Nuts,
|t- Biscuits, Candies, Mince
t, Cane Syrup, Home made
"and PieSi Fruit Jel|jes
Marmalade, Aerated \Vn
Home made Pickles
r* Oil.
('Karsand Cigarettes.
I "ha ceo.
F. A GARNER,
5-J West Bay Street
NQTICE
rIMS it to inform my Patron*
and the Public in G-neral
that 1 have opened mv Public
liUcU Smith Skop; and am now
ready to do anything in t e line nl
Geneial repair or new i\->rk Horse
^"*mg Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
P. A. HUYI.ER
j BtG to notify the
I public that I will
undertake to sell Log-
wood on commission
to the very best ad-
vantage.
Write or see
Cor. Bay St. and Victoria Are.
For Rent
Rooms over "Tribune" Ofiice
Apply
I.. Gilbert Dupuch,
"Tribune" Office
Automobiles & Bicycles
Reo Cars and Pope Bicycles (Niagara) FOR
SALE, AND FOR HIRE.
Sola atfent for
REO MOTOR CAR Co.
Pi.'nit attention to all r fairs &
Supplies and accessorie
Gasssline and Oils
J. P. SIMMS
47 Market St.
PHONE 402
The highest price paid for
LOGWOOD in any quantity
chipped for shipping-
ami delivered on
Wharf at Nassau
from now on to July 1st.
Chas. B. ROCKWELL,
Palm Gate, Nassau St.


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