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vancingfrom its base towards San Antonio, Mexico has been notified that it would be attacked unless a retreat was immediately ordered and would receive the same treat ment as the troops at Carrizel. Washington:—Seer e t a r y Lansing announced that the situation in Mexico was unchanged. Other officials be-! lieve that the relations are close to the breaking point. A demand for the release of the prisoners at Chihuahua has been forwarded. It is reported that South and Central American countries are offering to mediate between the United States and Mexico. High Washington officials intimatethat there is nothing to mediate as the United! States is expected to protect its people and property. Representatives of ttie En tente Allies have signified their willingness to subordinate the question of their contracts in this country to the needs of the United Mates in the present emergency. Ft is reported that Carran za is preparing a reply to the American note and that it will be publshed in Mexico before delivery to the United States. LI Paso, Texas:—The Mexi can Ambassador at Washing ton has advised Mexican here to return to Mexico. 26th June 1916. Berlin:—The British havedevel >ped a pronounced attack, artillery activity, along that part of the Franco Belgian front from LaBassee Canal to the Somme.The British firecontinu ed without interruption all night Violent engagements Northof Verdun resulted in the Germans repelling all attempts by the French to regain lost ground. Petrograd: — The Russians have occupied the town of Kimpo lung in the extreme Southern p lit of Bukowina at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains.2.000 prisoners were taken. The Russians, along the River Pruth towards Kolemea, occu pied the villiagesof Kilikohf and Toulokhof. Washington: — The president Will confer tonight with Senator Sloneand Representative Flood. It is believed that the confer ence concerns the Mexican 6it | uation and the advisability of | calling a joint session of con gress. The navy transport Buffalo, with refugees from Mazatlan to PulobampO, west coast ports, sailed presumably for San Diego. She will return for an other shipload of refugees. San Antonio, Texas: No change is reported in the situation across the border. gfUBSBMBlSMEiBflBBCTirX •-•"^~*",* Sacred to the Memory of MRS ANN ELIZABETH MCPHERSON Born June 11, 1H28Died June 19, 1919 (Age 88 years and 7 days) at 8 Mile Rocks, Grand Bahama. "Frit from a world of gfit) and sin with God eternally shut in.'' ICE T HE Bahamas limber Co. begs to draw attention of the public to the fact that they are now selling Ice at their Lumber Office on Bast St. City. Hours, (> a.m. to 6 p.m. FOR SALE A LL white enameled bed, two inch posts, electric silk floss mattress, heavy springs, £5 Rug, fibre and wool, 12x12, £2 10. Japanese mat, |gxi2, 9s. Varnished wash-stand, 2s. wash bowl, picture and Jar, 8s. Two rocking chairs, each, 8s. 27ft. electric extension, two sockets and shade, complete, G.'c. COFFIN", Aurora Hall. or Elder J. IL Smith, Adventist Church Shirley St. Advertise in The Tribune THE MOST STRIKING^ feature of the POLAR HEAR is its beautiful white 'coat, which is in keeping with the whiteness of* its surroundings in the Arctic regions. The snow in those regions, however, is not whiter than clothes washed with SUNLIGHT SOAP. The beauty of SUNLIGHT SOAP IS in i's purity, and the easy way in which it releases dirt from clothes, without injury to the fabric no matter how line it may be. It is manufactured with the purest materials and there is ,£1,000 Guarantee of Purity on every bar. 66 MEN Office of Recruiting Committee, N issau, 3rd June, 1916. ARE required for the drafts hwrjliBahamas Contingent l.'nit lCTn :, 4' end of the present month. Recruits will, on enlistment, be paid two shillings (2day and will be supplied w ilh uniform. Further information as regards durntionof service, see paration allowance, pension &c, will be gladly Riven by the Commandant at his office al the Barracks on any day betweep the hours of 9 and 3 o'clock' The schooner "Xrllars" has main left Jamaica for Nassau and will in all probability be leaving f>r Jamaica before the end of the present month. The Recruiting Committee hope that sufficient men will come forward to make up the number required as above stated. R. II. C CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committi • %  J. S. Johnson Co. Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows: 1 Sliced and Grated, 4 do/, tins to case at 8s. tUd.pei case 2 ,, ,, ,, 2 ,, „ ,, ,, at (>s. tod. ,, „ The above are sugared, ready for table 10 Crushed h do/ tins to case at 8s. id. per case 10 Grated \ „ ,, „ „ „ Ss. id. ,, I in Thick Slices h ,, ,. „ ,, Ss. 2d. ,, „ 10 Fingers ., „ ., „ 8s. iod. „ „ Terms —Net Cash, delivered at Factory.



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Nulllvm ivdilM ma ivjrnre in veib ninwutrl Belnn bound lo iwear to the I)o|mrw of no Master. VOL. XIII. N&MKU N. P.. Bft.hnmaa.MO.Nr AY June. 26 1 -16 No. 1H7 L. OiLBHRT DUPOOH, Editor .ind Proprietor. OfflOK Corner Shirley & Che.rlotte Sle Aaism, .V. /., HuAamus 'PHONK MO. P. O. UOX 18a, I'l IH.ISMr 11 HAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday ami Friday— single copy i,| I upMiay, ;iii'i rbunday Nnitteoop* id Saturday—single Corn i Id Weekly L| Monthly i s. f\ Quarterly M 6d HMIYemrly. ^ s. V'aily 1 8s I'AVABUO IN ADVANCK %dvartiting Katoa:—m pence |;> line lorfiirt tnMrtion: thru fttOCM i*l hue d>r second nisei ii.u ; .II.I OM|>on>iv !••• line lor sulxqueut insertion-, trivet i i^cnieiits miller eitfht Imri-. t Ward Line S.S."Fsper arrived in New York on Sunday morning. Radiograms June 24th, 1916. London, 22: — I he Germans and Austrians in Volhynia are vigorously on the offen sive against tlie Russians and seemingly have stopped for the time at least the Russians drive Westward. Alone the Stokhod River West of the Slyr in the region of Sokul and still further West ;iround Mylsk sanguinary are in progress. In these encounters the Russian war office says the Germans and Austria' s have been repulsed while Berlin declares that on holh sides of the Turia River and Southward from Sviniaukhi to Groehow the Russians have been driven hack and that Mortnlvest of Lutsk the Russian attempt to dispute Ger-1 man success were without results. j On the Strypa in Galicia the Russians have taken positions of the trenches of the Teutonic allies near Gaworonka and further Souih in Bukowina have driven their forces forward Southward and captured Radautz about 30 miles be low Czernowitz find taken more officers men and guns. From North of the Pripet Marshes to the region of Riga the Germans again have opened what appears to be a generel offensive heavilv bombarding Russian positions or throwing violent infantry attacks against them while Berlin report! nothing except bU< cessful German patrol incussions. Petrograd says the Germans are violently bombarding the Ikskull bridge-head and have driven their infantry attacks against Russian positions around Divsnsk near Dubatowka South of Krevo and on the Oginski Canal. All these attacks are declared to have failed except near Krevo where the Germans crossed the river but later driven back to the other bank. On both sides of the River Me use in the region of Verdun and to the East of the fo tress in the Woevre at the foot of the Meuse hills the Germans are heavily bombarding the French. Especially heavy are the nttacks against Hill 304 and I.eMort Horn me, around Thiamount, the Vnux wood, Chipe and Fort Laufre. In a counter attack the French have re-taken from the Germans most of the trenches the Germans captured Wednesday between the Fumine Wood and the (.Illinois, Northeast of Vei dun. Washington: —Both the United States government and the defacto authorities of Mexico app irently hope to treat ths ( lash at Carr.i/el yesterday as an incidi nt ag giavating strained relations but not of itself likely to precipitate hostilities. I his fact stood out tonight at Unclose of a day of many deve lopments in the Mexican crisis so far as the Washing ton administration is con ,cerned no final decision can be reached until President Wilson h;is received a report on the fight from American army officers. All informa tion so far has come fi Mexican sources. Even this moved swiftly here during the day, piepara tions by the war department for possible war with Mixi co went forward rapidly. There came hints that (iene ml Carranza had been almi sl peisuaded by European in fluence not to persist in a cause certain to bring on a conflict as it is known that many officials here have not abandoned hope of peaceful outcome although they ad mit that each day since the present friction began has seemed to bring new cloud-. — :o: June 25th,19rf>. Petrograd: — The Russians have captured llie town of Kutv. Galicia, at the fool of the Carpathian Mountains Petrograd:—400 persons were drowned by the sinking of the Russian I • Me • chi lv. chug in the Rlack Sea recent London: 1 he British steamer Brussels, Rotteidam to I ilbury, was captured I a (ii 1 man destroyer and I en li 1 Zeebrugge. I he ma j ity of the passengers we r< %  i .'ii iciugees. Thf iv \\< H no Americans aboard. Paris;I he Ye.dun battle cont inued last nigl t with the utmost violent < I I < French re-gained a largi | 1 of the gr

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Nulllvm ivdilM ma ivjrnre in veib ninwutrl
Belnn bound lo iwear to the I)o|mrw of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
N&mku N. P.. Bft.hnmaa.MO.Nr AY June. 26 1 -16
No. 1H7
L. OiLBHRT DUPOOH,
Editor .ind Proprietor.
OfflOK
Corner Shirley & Che.rlotte Sle
Aaism, .V. /., HuAamus
'PHONK MO. P. O. UOX 18a,
I'l IH.ISMr 11 HAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday
single copy........ i,|
I upMiay, ;iii'i rbunday Nnitteoop* id
Saturdaysingle Corn i Id
Weekly ........... L|
Monthly ............is. f\
Quarterly..........M. 6d
HMIYemrly. .....^s.
V'aily ............18s
I'AVABUO IN ADVANCK
%dvartiting Katoa:m pence |;> line
lorfiirt tnMrtion: thru fttOCM i*l hue
d>r second niseiii.u ; .ii.i OM|>on>iv !
line lor sulxqueut insertion-,
trivet i i^cnieiits miller eitfht Imr- i-.
t Ward Line S.S."Fsper
' arrived in New York
on Sunday morning.
Radiograms
June 24th, 1916.
London, 22: I he Germans
and Austrians in Volhynia
are vigorously on the offen
sive against tlie Russians and
seemingly have stopped for
the time at least the Russians
drive Westward. Alone the
Stokhod River West of the
Slyr in the region of Sokul
and still further West ;iround
Mylsk sanguinary are in pro-
gress.
In these encounters the
Russian war office says the
Germans and Austria' s have
been repulsed while Berlin
declares that on holh sides
of the Turia River and South-
ward from Sviniaukhi to
Groehow the Russians have
been driven hack and that
Mortnlvest of Lutsk the Rus-
sian attempt to dispute Ger-1
man success were without
results.
j On the Strypa in Galicia
the Russians have taken
positions of the trenches of
the Teutonic allies near
Gaworonka and further
Souih in Bukowina have
driven their forces forward
Southward and captured
Radautz about 30 miles be
low Czernowitz find taken
more officers men and guns.
From North of the Pripet
Marshes to the region of
Riga the Germans again
have opened what appears
to be a generel offensive
heavilv bombarding Russian
positions or throwing violent
infantry attacks against them
while Berlin report! nothing
except bU< cessful German
patrol incussions.
Petrograd says the Germans
are violently bombarding
the Ikskull bridge-head and
have driven their infantry
attacks against Russian
positions around Divsnsk
near Dubatowka South of
Krevo and on the Oginski
Canal.
All these attacks are declar-
ed to have failed except near
Krevo where the Germans
crossed the river but later
driven back to the other bank.
On both sides of the River
Me use in the region of Ver-
dun and to the East of the
fo tress in the Woevre at the
foot of the Meuse hills the
Germans are heavily bom-
barding the French.
Especially heavy are the nt-
tacks against Hill 304 and
I.eMort Horn me, around
Thiamount, the Vnux wood,
Chipe and Fort Laufre.
In a counter attack the
French have re-taken from
the Germans most of the
trenches the Germans cap-
tured Wednesday between
the Fumine Wood and the
(.Illinois, Northeast of Vei
dun.
Washington: Both the
United States government
and the defacto authorities
of Mexico app irently hope to
treat ths ( lash at Carr.i/el
yesterday as an incidi nt ag
giavating strained relations
but not of itself likely to
precipitate hostilities. I his
fact stood out tonight at Un-
close of a day of many deve
lopments in the Mexican
crisis so far as the Washing
ton administration is con
,cerned no final decision can
be reached until President
Wilson h;is received a report
on the fight from American
army officers. All informa
tion so far has come fi
Mexican sources.
Even this moved swiftly
here during the day, piepara
tions by the war department
for possible war with Mixi
co went forward rapidly.
There came hints that (iene
ml Carranza had been almi sl
peisuaded by European in
fluence not to persist in a
cause certain to bring on a
conflict as it is known that
many officials here have not
abandoned hope of peaceful
outcome although they ad
mit that each day since the
present friction began has
seemed to bring new cloud-.
:o: -
June 25th,19rf>.
Petrograd: The Russians
have captured llie town of
Kutv. Galicia, at the fool of
the Carpathian Mountains
Petrograd:400 persons
were drowned by the sinking
of the Russian I Me
chi
lv.
chug in the Rlack Sea recent
London: 1 he British
steamer Brussels, Rotteidam
to I ilbury, was captured I
a (ii 1 man destroyer and I
en li 1 Zeebrugge. I he ma j
ity of the passengers we r<
i.'ii iciugees. Thf iv \\< h
no Americans aboard.
Paris;- I he Ye.dun battle
cont inued last nigl t with
the utmost violent < I I <
French re-gained a largi | 1
of the gr Verdun neai Hill 3-0.
Berlin: The Gei mans 1 ap-
tured the fortress of Thiau-
mont, North of Verdun.
London: Rome di spi I h
es i] thai the Pope has ap
peal 1 d to Wilson and Cat -
ran/a to use their earnest en
deavours tO avert war
Paris: -Corporal Vi
Chapman of New Voile, a
member of the Franco-Am-
ei ican flying corps was kill) d
yesterday near Verdun alt' 1
In inginft down tint t Gt 1 n
ae oplanes.
San .Antonio, Texas: -Gen
eral Pershing reports thedis
organization of the two
troops of the ioth Cavalry at
Carrizel. 27 stragglers have
reached the base and 22
prisoners at Chihuahua. It is
believed that 35 wen1 kill< d.
ini hiding Captain ftovd and
Lieut. Adair. It is assumed
that all I he wounded W
captured.
Chihuahua, Mexico: Am
erican column observed ad


vancingfrom its base towards
San Antonio, Mexico has
been notified that it would
be attacked unless a retreat
was immediately ordered and
would receive the same treat
ment as the troops at Carri-
zel.
Washington:Seer e t a r y
Lansing announced that the
situation in Mexico was un-
changed. Other officials be-!
lieve that the relations are
close to the breaking point.
A demand for the release of
the prisoners at Chihuahua
has been forwarded.
It is reported that South
and Central American coun-
tries are offering to mediate
between the United States
and Mexico.
High Washington officials
intimatethat there is nothing
to mediate as the United!
States is expected to protect
its people and property.
Representatives of ttie En
tente Allies have signified
their willingness to subor-
dinate the question of their
contracts in this country to
the needs of the United Mates
in the present emergency.
Ft is reported that Carran
za is preparing a reply to the
American note and that it
will be publshed in Mexico
before delivery to the United
States.
LI Paso, Texas:The Mexi
can Ambassador at Washing
ton has advised Mexican
here to return to Mexico.
26th June 1916.
Berlin:The British havede-
vel >ped a pronounced attack,
artillery activity, along that
part of the Franco Belgian front
from LaBassee Canal to the
Somme.The British firecontinu
ed without interruption all night
Violent engagements Northof
Verdun resulted in the Germans
repelling all attempts by the
French to regain lost ground.
Petrograd: The Russians have
occupied the town of Kimpo
lung in the extreme Southern
p lit of Bukowina at the foot of
the Carpathian Mountains.2.000
prisoners were taken.
The Russians, along the River
Pruth towards Kolemea, occu
pied the villiagesof Kilikohf
and Toulokhof.
Washington: The president
Will confer tonight with Senator
Sloneand Representative Flood.
It is believed that the confer
ence concerns the Mexican 6it |
uation and the advisability of |
calling a joint session of con
gress.
The navy transport Buffalo,
with refugees from Mazatlan to
PulobampO, west coast ports,
sailed presumably for San
Diego. She will return for an
other shipload of refugees.
San Antonio, Texas: No change
is reported in the situation
across the border.
gfUBSBMBlSMEiBflBBCTirX -"^~*",*
Sacred to the Memory of
Mrs Ann Elizabeth
McPherson
Born June 11, 1H28- Died June 19, 1919
(Age 88 years and 7 days)
at 8 Mile Rocks, Grand
Bahama.
"Frit from a world of gfit)
and sin with God eternally
shut in.''
ICE
THE Bahamas limber Co.
begs to draw attention
of the public to the fact that
they are now selling Ice at
their Lumber Office on Bast
St. City. Hours, (> a.m. to
6 p.m.
FOR SALE
ALL white enameled bed,
two inch posts, electric
silk floss mattress, heavy
springs, 5 Rug, fibre and
wool, 12x12, 2 10. Japanese
mat, |gxi2, 9s. Varnished
wash-stand, 2s. wash bowl,
picture and Jar, 8s. Two
rocking chairs, each, 8s.
27ft. electric extension, two
sockets and shade, complete,
G.'c. COFFIN", Aurora Hall.
or Elder J. IL Smith,
Adventist Church Shirley St.
Advertise in
The Tribune
THE MOST STRIKING^
feature of the Polar Hear is its beautiful white'coat,
which is in keeping with the whiteness of* its sur-
roundings in the Arctic regions. The snow in those
regions, however, is not whiter than clothes washed with
SUNLIGHT
SOAP.
The beauty of Sunlight
Soap is in i's purity, and
the easy way in which it
releases dirt from clothes,
without injury to the fabric
no matter how line it may
be. It is manufactured with
the purest materials and
there is ,1,000 Guarantee
of Purity on every bar.
66 MEN
Office of Recruiting Committee,
N issau, 3rd June, 1916.
ARE required for the drafts hwrjli-
Bahamas Contingent l.'nit lCTn:,4'
end of the present month.
Recruits will, on enlistment, be paid two shillings (2-
day and will be supplied w ilh uniform.
Further information as regards durntionof service, see
paration allowance, pension &c, will be gladly Riven by the
Commandant at his office al the Barracks on any day betweep
the hours of 9 and 3 o'clock'
The schooner "Xrllars" has main left Jamaica for
Nassau and will in all probability be leaving f>r Jamaica before
the end of the present month. The Recruiting Committee hope
that sufficient men will come forward to make up the number
required as above stated.
R. II. C CRAWFORD,
Chairman, Recruiting Committi .
J. S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealers its freshly canned Pineapples as follows:
1 Sliced and Grated, 4 do/, tins to case at 8s. tUd.pei case
2 ,, ,, ,, 2 ,, ,, ,, at (>s. tod. ,,
The above are sugared, ready for table
10 Crushed h do/ tins to case at 8s. id. per case
10 Grated \ ,, Ss. id. ,,
I in Thick Slices h ,, ,. ,, Ss. 2d. ,,
10 Fingers ., ., 8s. iod.
Terms Net Cash, delivered at Factory. *


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