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r.imiii.ln>iis •>Uu:iufc. His L.\. tllcm v the iGovernor, acL. U1LBKMT DUI'UCM. Editor anj I'nfritlot. Oorn.r*;.;.-;.,, & charlo.l. S,. BfMMd by U4y Allflf Aj5.i:,. JIT. A, htMM eaye, vi^ted the premises ^WOBIMli p &f >. i:o\ !:. y'' especiflllyat %  .,,...,.";,,,, !such lime fls this, In find .ngj it SOMEBODY who it enter BKK "'. P ising enough to speculate, E find v ha L'j**t-. .•> ":ly Ousrudy %  HAYAHU: IN .\OVANV, WP sincerely wish Mr Johnson every Success in this hi ?new venture. When this !&. plant is completed, which il should be in about a month's time, we Shall be sure of get |"t! .;-.,: .,,, ting a constant Supply Of ice, liLT 1! '' '" "1 aridas that supply will beab ,. Aj!>gr!iw;is;nsu:i;>r^|n !,< %  <. %  undan t, there wi 11 no doubt be %  "%  *' a reduction in price. So cheei up you people with refrige ; rators, which are idle because rhMr,rfav,j Mlv l>, |91 1 0 f the prohibitive cost of ice. i there is yet hope that you I Will be able to use those lux Zhc Cvilnme FEARED LOSS of THE S.S. "RAMOS" From Key West, 13th July 1911 Hie steamer RAMOS signalled o J cl2k S 'A h i!-H lnoroing J - **y west--io: 3 < ociock. A ship proceeded to t„ lv :,,. in r J her rescue but failed to find her. TO. J? •' 9 • All ships are requested to be on L hpre ,s B T piC S 1 1 "r tle lookout for lier lifeboats. ll ;UUP r ne;ir "'" South "' Her position was n erned in making the 1 >n such a happy oe Radiograms Jill) !-'Londot \ l fight ing pe: n i' 0 great battlefil ith fluctuating fortunes and h 1 ght to British minds the warnings of correspondents fiom tin opening of the Somme battle that the steady methodical pressure rather than brilliant advances must be expected The Russians have en the Stokhod River at main points and their a ntinued progress is the outstanding Feature of the Allied offensive. The British official state menl tonight says the (i< 1 mans have 1 ntered Throni s Wood, then rei orda progn ts Easl of ()rvillersand I aBois Sells in addition to a fool ing secured by the British in the Mametz Wood where the Germans had resisted all British < ffi 11 Is In .1 brilliant attack the Fren< h have cat 1 ied Hill <,a height which dominates the Somme Southeast of Bia< lies nccoiding to the Paris Ofh. cial statement. The German official communication admits French possession nf Biachi s only a short distant 1 from Pi ronnie which town is seriously exposed and threat ened. German war correspondents ends most of the Clergy in Nassau, and the Misses Allardyce, Malcolm, and Lobb, Mrs. F. Duncombe, Mrs. Fisher and army testifies to tha the Sisters and Ladies at the' haustible supply of the Rue brought to a standstill. The correspondent of the Berlin Tageblatt with the Austrian sian Uoops, the gitat tfltc-j \ of Russian aitilh iy and',*] by and t he entile ss u p, j ply of ammunition m in^reatj contrast to tin 1 oriaition oxa the Russian forces last >earfl I he Germans are continuij/.'j^ar-^ their strong attacks ab'rJGE the Russian front but th view is held here that this iswholly with the obj< ct of gaining time to perfect the defenses of Koul and Vladi inn Volhynia and to remove large sti ires of military ma terial from these points to I' st Litovsk and Ivangorod. British forces undei Gener al Smuts ha\ e occupied I an g tin se< ond port in impoit •• on tla %  < aost of German Fast Africa and the terminus of a German railroad. London, 10:—The foreign office denied n report cabled 11 the United States thai the British government hus proti sli d lo Washington le gaiding the piesence of a man -ubmni ine in an Am 11 p It isstated that Great Britain has taken no a tion Mil' h intei< s i lias been infused in I' n gland ov %  : the arrival of the sul matir^f' at an American port. In official circles the great ist inleiest cenl res in wf alh er the submarine was aimed or carried torpedoes. It was poinll d out that in vi< W of the repeated voyages of b< lb British and dei man si lunarine to the Easli rn Mediter ranean the crossing of the Atlantic was not lo be con sidered an unusual feat. The only surprising thing is that it was not done befoie. I2th July, IOlf: London: —The port of Seaham Harbour was attacked last night bv a (ierniii sub marine, thirty rounds of Shrapnel being fired. One woman was killed. The Germans, heavily reinforced, delivered, strong al tacks on British fronts in re gion of Somme. Thev gained ground in Mametz Wood and Trones Wood. !" Two attacks were made ast night on Headmans Hill,



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Verdun front, but both were repulv d fIk^Jiir.; I'wo G man aero planes ttttai Iced Callais Mon daynight and chopped bombs |^*-*o:i array encampment. I Germ.in troops cm the right bank of t lie Meuse yesterday pushed forward their DOS1 tion to a point neai Souvilie taking 59 officers and 2106 men, Russian troops which at tempted to establish them yes on the left bank of ihe Stn [ our Ian pire. W e can here onlj name, not describe, Kitchenei s earlier i< r vices to InCount 1 \ in India, in the Sudan, in Eg< 1 t, and in Egypt, and in South Africa. Elsewhere w print an estimate of their value to civilization from a tribute I of War, he curtly asked, "Is theie a bed here '-" and, learn ing there was not, hi "Well hi ing one." For \\ 11 ki thc Storj adds, he stuck lO his work there, nevei leaving the offii I. Sir William Robertson, who will probably sue, I and Kitchener, is a line sol dier of somewhat the same type; he rose from tIn ranks, and it 1said that In starhd life as a servant. THE AMERICAN BISON is fast becoming extinct, but this fact need not trouble the housewife. Her interest is centred on the fact that, thanks to SUNLIGHT SOAF, the terrors; of wash-day have become quite extinct. n SUNLIGHT SOAP as a helper the wash is quickly over. Labour is reduced by its use—time is saved and the clothes are preserved. SUNLIGHT SOAP does the work. It is made for that purpose. TRY IT AND SAVE YOUR H6 TIME AND MONEY. halted him, "havi ou anything to say ?" Well, sir, if man to man, and m 1 ''^^ private, 1 would savsoinetliiu "Well", said the Colonel, "thei e's no Let's lake o we speak man lo man. in 1 \s mail to man. then I would s,i 1 1 he |wo hibg< s t liars in ihe ni n >. for I have no wife and neter had one." ARCANUM ARRQ Fig Tobacco COLLARI THE SOLDIERS YARN. ( hie da v n Bri tish Bold pi in Fram 9, came lo his Colonel and asked for leave, as his wife was very ill, and u i-hed to see him Leave was granted, three months afti 1 he was bat l> again with the same request, tins lime saying that his ife u as now at the last Rasp, and was mlling out for htm to come to make a (in il good bye. The Colo; nel looked at him And an s we red your 'lea* e is refused. And I'll tell you the reason though 1 have im rw d Ynvn wife has written lo me saying she does not want vou lo go home, and begging me to Keep you in • he trenches." Phe soldier seemed about to say something, hut then saluted, and was lur nine RWAV, wh*n the Colonel "PERFECTION ; is its name and I'e. h < t i ill is its (|ii ilitv. Keeps haul and firm. I C. COAKLKY* new brand made to catch Ihe trade of those who know what good loba co is and have got I i rod of some of the old brands that have man bad. Give it a trial and you will enji y smoking like you used to. Prices did. per flake—31 shillings per box of 66 Bakes. Jusl a hint -"The Allies" id. Cigars are Ihe best ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J. C COAKI.KV, 304 Boy St. All Arrow collars arl made of fabrics bleached and shrunk in our o\v plants. They al\vay| fit and sit correctly anl are the most durable] ON' SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLIETT, PRA£OCf & CO.. In] MAKERS. T.WY, N. Y. U, S C. L. LOFTHOUS BxoltMlva Agent. Advertise in he Tribune



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* MvlllUS addlcttls tvirnro III verbs maestri Ren. ,i bound to swear to the Dogma.* of no Master. VOL. XIII. Naistvu N. F.. Bahamas. THURSDAY July 15. 1916 No. 202 Capture Villa? From the New York Tribune. (Concluded from Vuesday 11 Ih July.) f* "Well, what isElkatl M.Carttnza's idee of the matter?" Birsky inquired. "He don't know whether he should ought to feel complimented or insulted," Zapp continued. "On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays he wired President Wilson he should please call off his soldiers or would positively take such steps as he LIIIJS proper to protect his *d Mexico's interests in the matter, and on Tuesdays, [flursd ivs ami Saturdays he writes we should keep up the (food work and hopes this let ter finds Mr. Wilson well as it leaves him and oblige "Seemingly the feeler don't know Ins own mind at all,' Birsky commented. "It ain't that exactly, Zapp said. "He's in a way up against the same proposition like Mr. Wilson ; hi' couldn't rely on the hacking of his own pnitvat all. For instance, if he makes a speech in which he says that if America keeps the 5,000 Am rrican soldiers in Mexico there is 100,000 Mexicans stands ready to die for their country, and it wouldn't make no difference if there was 6,500 A men' can soldiers, the 100,000 Mexi cans Stands reads' anyhow, y'understand, the next day General Diego Aogorman says the Americans is the best friends Mexico has (jot and that com'' one come all, every loyal Mey : can should (live 'em a BjnK. old Fashioned Mexican welcome. On the other hand, if Carranza makes a speech in which he says that, speaking for the Mexican people, he ex tends the long arm of cofellowship to the President of the United States, y'understand, General Geofredo Maclemorez Says: 'You', he speaks for the Mexican people!' If he would speak what the Mexican people thinks about President Wilson it would make what the German American Truth Society thinks sound like engrossed resolutions bound in watered silk lined Morocco leather with President Wilson's name stamped on it in gold letters." "Then after all you coldn't blame the leller," Birsky said, "nor President Wilson neither. No doubt if they was allowed to play their own hands with out remarks from the Kibhitzers, they would of don pretty good.'' "Well, I'll tell yer,'" Zapp said : "Polotics is a very simi lar game like playing pinochle odtr skat in a coffee house. A feller who plays such a game must go! to expect there would be Kibbittn and if he lets (heir remarks rattle him, y'un derstand, he's got no business to sit in at all. President Wil son is like a whole lot of fellers. He starts in with good cardsBnd instead of playing lliem like a a Mcitsch, y'understand, he con sideis first should he come trump, \'understand, and he's pot his, thumb and finger on the %  Cepf trump, win R he thinks why should he give his hand away like that, lie then gets an idee it would be a good thing to lead a small diamond, and he's just about to play it when he remember that lie read somewheres in Hoyle where Hoyle says you should never lead a small diamond when you've got a big club in your hand. So he skins over his hand again and Mr. Roosevelt who is looking over his shoi Mer yells : 'Nu A card oder a stuck holz |* This makes Victor Kid der sore. I Ie is hibbitzitig be hind von Bernstorff, and he says: 'Let the poor Nebich play his own game, can't you ?' And Mr. Wilson gets so rattled by this that he drops face up on the table two diamonds which von Bernstorff thought was laying in Lansing's hand all the time and Lansing, who is a pretty good natured feller at that, gels also sore. He throws his hand down and sa\s: 'What IS this ? Tiddledy winks oder cards? Urn Guttes WilUn, Wilson, spiel !' And Wilson says: 'Say! If you've got to catch a train oder something, don't let me detain you.' Then he considers five minutes more, and ends up by leading a small trump, and from that time on, von Bernstorff walks awav with 'em." "Well, Mr. Wilson done the same thing before with Mex ico, Birsky said. "That time there at Vera Cruz, you would think the way he rushes in wilh battleships and soldieis that he had a two color hand when as a matter of fact he played his cards so rotten that he might just so well have schencked it to 'em from the start, and I bet yer he would net the same way again in Mexico." "At that 1 think Mr. Wilson is trying to do the right thing in Mexico," Zapp interrupted. "Sure I know," Birskv agreed, 'but the trouble with Mr. Wilson is he is so busy remembering to play the game according to Hovle that he don't notice it when Germany and Mexico deals themselves aces from Lie bottom of the deck. If vou're a president oder a king, Zapp, the thing to do is to see that the other felltr plays according to the rules, whether you yourself stick to them or not." "I don't know where you read that, Birsky" Zapp said, "but a president or a king who tried to do business on that basis couldn't expect to get a | better ratting as M. to P. third credit. But what is the use of talking so poetical, Birsky? When you are dealing with a | proposition like Mexico, rules don't figure at all. As a rule, Birsky, presidents are elected for a term of years, abtr in Mex ico they go out of office at un equal intervals, feet first an'! looking very natural if the bullets happen to hit 'em belo>v the neck. As a rule, Birsky, generals in an army used to was colonels, and before that, majors, and before that, cap tains, aber in Mexico most of the the generals used to was horse thieves, and before that sneak thieves, and before that nobody knows what they was As a rule, Birsky, a dollar is worth a hundred cents or ten dimes, aber in Mexico the currency is so rotten that if you owe a feller a dollar and pay, him a dollar, he practically got a new claim against you for a dollar and n quarter. And if you want to hear any more rules that don't apply to Mexico, Birsky, you would got to call the waiter yourself, as we couldn't sit here a.U afternoon on a cup coffee apiece." Advertise in The Tribune £*** %  '•'•J^ '**%.


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MvlllUS addlcttls tvirnro III verbs maestri
Ren. ,i bound to swear to the Dogma.* of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Naistvu N. F.. Bahamas. THURSDAY July 15. 1916
No. 202
Capture Villa?
From the New York Tribune.
(Concluded from Vuesday 11 Ih July.)
f*
"Well, what isElkatl M.Car-
ttnza's idee of the matter?"
Birsky inquired.
"He don't know whether he
should ought to feel compli-
mented or insulted," Zapp con-
tinued. "On Mondays, Wednes-
days and Fridays he wired Pre-
sident Wilson he should please
call off his soldiers or would
positively take such steps as he
" liiIjs proper to protect his
*d Mexico's interests in the
matter, and on Tuesdays,
[flursd ivs ami Saturdays he
writes we should keep up the
(food work and hopes this let
ter finds Mr. Wilson well as it
leaves him and oblige "
"Seemingly the feeler don't
know Ins own mind at all,'
Birsky commented.
"It ain't that exactly," Zapp
said. "He's in a way up against
the same proposition like Mr.
Wilson ; hi' couldn't rely on the
hacking of his own pnitvat all.
For instance, if he makes a
speech in which he says that if
America keeps the 5,000 Am
rrican soldiers in Mexico there
is 100,000 Mexicans stands
ready to die for their country,
and it wouldn't make no differ-
ence if there was 6,500 A men'
can soldiers, the 100,000 Mexi
cans Stands reads' anyhow,
y'understand, the next day
General Diego Aogorman says
the Americans is the best
friends Mexico has (jot and that
com'' one come all, every loyal
Mey:can should (live 'em a
BjnK. old Fashioned Mexican
welcome. On the other hand,
if Carranza makes a speech in
which he says that, speaking
for the Mexican people, he ex
tends the long arm of cofellow-
ship to the President of the
United States, y'understand,
General Geofredo Maclemorez
Says: 'You', he speaks for the
Mexican people!' If he would
speak what the Mexican peo-
ple thinks about President Wil-
son it would make what the
German American Truth So-
ciety thinks sound like engross-
ed resolutions bound in water-
ed silk lined Morocco leather
with President Wilson's name
stamped on it in gold letters."
"Then after all you coldn't
blame the leller," Birsky said,
"nor President Wilson neither.
No doubt if they was allowed
to play their own hands with
out remarks from the Kibhitzers,
they would of don pretty good.''
"Well, I'll tell yer,'" Zapp
said : "Polotics is a very simi
lar game like playing pinochle
odtr skat in a coffee house. A
feller who plays such a game
must go! to expect there would
be Kibbittn and if he lets
(heir remarks rattle him, y'un
derstand, he's got no business
to sit in at all. President Wil
son is like a whole lot of fellers.
He starts in with good cardsBnd
instead of playing lliem like a
a Mcitsch, y'understand, he con
sideis first should he come
trump, \'understand, and he's
pot his, thumb and finger on the
Cepf trump, win R he thinks
why should he give his hand
away like that, lie then gets
an idee it would be a good
thing to lead a small diamond,
and he's just about to play it
when he remember that lie read
somewheres in Hoyle where
Hoyle says you should never
lead a small diamond when
you've got a big club in your
hand. So he skins over his hand
again and Mr. Roosevelt who
is looking over his shoi Mer
yells : 'Nu A card oder a stuck
holz |* This makes Victor Kid
der sore. I Ie is hibbitzitig be
hind von Bernstorff, and he says:
'Let the poor Nebich play his
own game, can't you ?' And Mr.
Wilson gets so rattled by this
that he drops face up on the
table two diamonds which von
Bernstorff thought was laying
in Lansing's hand all the time
and Lansing, who is a pretty
good natured feller at that, gels
also sore. He throws his hand
down and sa\s: 'What IS this ?
Tiddledy winks oder cards? Urn
Guttes WilUn, Wilson, spiel !'
And Wilson says: 'Say! If
you've got to catch a train oder
something, don't let me detain
you.' Then he considers five
minutes more, and ends up by
leading a small trump,
and from that time on, von
Bernstorff walks awav with
'em."
"Well, Mr. Wilson done the
same thing before with Mex
ico, Birsky said. "That time
there at Vera Cruz, you would
think the way he rushes in wilh
battleships and soldieis that he
had a two color hand when as
a matter of fact he played
his cards so rotten that he
might just so well have
schencked it to 'em from the
start, and I bet yer he would
net the same way again in
Mexico."
"At that 1 think Mr. Wilson
is trying to do the right thing
in Mexico," Zapp interrupted.
"Sure I know," Birskv agreed,
'but the trouble with Mr. Wil-
son is he is so busy remember-
ing to play the game according
to Hovle that he don't notice
it when Germany and Mexico
deals themselves aces from Lie
bottom of the deck. If
vou're a president oder a king,
Zapp, the thing to do is to see
that the other felltr plays ac-
cording to the rules, whether
you yourself stick to them or
not."
"I don't know where you
read that, Birsky" Zapp said,
"but a president or a king who
tried to do business on that
basis couldn't expect to get a |
better ratting as M. to P. third
credit. But what is the use of
talking so poetical, Birsky?
When you are dealing with a |
proposition like Mexico, rules
don't figure at all. As a rule,
Birsky, presidents are elected
for a term of years, abtr in Mex
ico they go out of office at un
equal intervals, feet first an'!
looking very natural if the bull-
ets happen to hit 'em belo>v
the neck. As a rule, Birsky,
generals in an army used to
was colonels, and before that,
majors, and before that, cap
tains, aber in Mexico most
of the the generals used to
was horse thieves, and before
that sneak thieves, and before
that nobody knows what they
was As a rule, Birsky, a dollar
is worth a hundred cents or ten
dimes, aber in Mexico the cur-
rency is so rotten that if you
owe a feller a dollar and pay,
him a dollar, he practically got
a new claim against you for a
dollar and n quarter. And
if you want to hear any more
rules that don't apply to Mexi-
co, Birsky, you would got to
call the waiter yourself, as we
couldn't sit here a.U afternoon
on a cup coffee apiece."
Advertise in
The Tribune

*** ''J^
'**%.


r.imiii.ln>iis >Uu:iufc. His
L.\. tllcm v the iGovernor, ac-
L. U1LBKMT DUI'UCM.
Editor anj I'nfritlot.
Oorn.r*;.;.-;.,, &' charlo.l. S,. BfMMd by U4y Allflf
Aj5.i:,. jit. a, htMM eaye, vi^ted the premises
^WOBIMli p ?>. i:o\ !:. y PUBMMicb luu.r favourably impressed. It is
KATES 'V,fy fe'rnti'>'' especiflllyat
.,,...,.";,,,, !such lime fls this, In find
.ngj it SOMEBODY who it enter
BKK "'. P ising enough to speculate,
E find v

ha L'j**t-. .>
":ly
Ousrudy

HAYAHU: IN .\ovanv,
. wp sincerely wish Mr
Johnson every Success in this
hi ?new venture. When this
!&. plant is completed, which il
should be in about a month's
time, we Shall be sure of get
|"t! .;-.,: .,,, ting a constant Supply Of ice,
liLT 1!'' '" "-1 aridas that supply will beab
,. Aj!>gr!iw;is;nsu:i;>r^|n !,<<. undan t, there wi 11 no doubt be
""- *' a reduction in price. So cheei
, up you people with refrige
; rators, which are idle because
rhMr,rfav,jMlv l>, |91 10f the prohibitive cost of ice.
i there is yet hope that you
I Will be able to use those lux
Zhc Cvilnme
feared loss of the s.s.
"Ramos"
From Key West, 13th July 1911
Hie steamer RAMOS signalled
oJcl2kS'Ahi!-HlnoroingJ- **y west--io:3<
ociock. A ship proceeded to tlv :,,. in,r, J
her rescue but failed to find her. TO. J? ' 9 ,
All ships are requested to be on L hpre ,s B*TpiCS1 1 "r
tle lookout for lier lifeboats. ll;UUP r,ne;ir "'" South "'
Her position was North of Salvador.
STORM
Key West- -10:30 a.m.-
Porto Rico.
Intensity unknown. Fur-
thcradvices this evenii
:o:-
llie above message reached
our office this morning ; need-
less to say we are grieved by BAHAMIAN RED CROSS GUILO
the news it contains. The "Ra- Sale of Red Cross buttons
II he remembered by by Miss Dorothy Wright at
Z Si^u'.8.* !W wf*inK Rock Sound. 15
(COMMUNICATED)
S.Agnes Church Sunday
School FESTIVAL.
1 ith July, 1916.
The Children of the above
has visited the portl
on more than one occasion. For
the last few weeks, however,!
she lias been chartered as an
ordinary freighter, and was on
< from Westchester to
l-Mexir,, whh a cargo of coal.
fSheisthe property of the Sloan .
j enhower wrecking Co. Mr. School assembled at the
Ipnoenhower is at present at Church under the Superin
pvat lings Island, engaged in teud.mc of the Rector and
salvage operations on the the Rev. Fr. Weigall,' the
(wrecked Caithnesshire. Mrs.[Superintendant and the
|lJanenhower, who has been I Teachers, and after a brief
eying with Mrs. II. H Curry service, marched,(led by the
irr 'WPwNor":nn Police Band) to Addington
lie last steamer. We under- 11 1- 1 1 11 1
Mand that the-Ramos" wash,- "7^ Grounds, kindly loan
[uivd.and trst that the crew ed b-v the. Lord Brihop for
pill be saved. the occasion. I here was a
very large and representative
Work is progressing verv
lapjdlyal Mr. H. E. M, [ohn
Ion's new Ice Plant. The
building which is substant-
ially built of concrete, is a
are already churning that
assembly, which included, the Allied offensive has been
"Farm". Games were indul
ged la until 5 p.m., when the
bells-unirnoned the whip
foi their Refreshment 10
rrJpl tice w
done. After the repast,they
fell to for their garni s and
the jpei :' as indeed an
animated before 7
p.m. tin "God
I the large
assembl I 1 Re<
n.r of S. ires to
thank all [hose >n erned in
making the 1 >n such
a happy oe
Radiograms
Jill) !-'-
Londot \ l fight
ing pe: n i' 0 great
battlefil ith fluctuating
fortunes and h 1 ght to
British minds the warnings
of correspondents fiom tin
opening of the Somme battle
that the steady methodical
pressure rather than brilliant
advances must be expected
The Russians have en
the Stokhod River at main
points and their a ntinued
progress is the outstanding
Feature of the Allied offensive.
The British official state
menl tonight says the (i< 1
mans have 1 ntered Throni s
Wood, then rei orda progn ts
Easl of ()rvillersand I aBois
Sells in addition to a fool ing
secured by the British in the
Mametz Wood where the
Germans had resisted all Bri-
tish < ffi 11 Is
In .1 brilliant attack the
Fren< h have cat 1 ied Hill <,- a
height which dominates the
Somme Southeast of Bia< lies
nccoiding to the Paris Ofh.
cial statement. The German
official communication ad-
mits French possession nf
Biachi s only a short distant 1
from Pi ronnie which town is
seriously exposed and threat
ened.
German war correspondents
' ends
most of the Clergy in Nassau,
and the Misses Allardyce,
Malcolm, and Lobb, Mrs. F.
Duncombe, Mrs. Fisher and army testifies to tha
the Sisters and Ladies at the' haustible supply of the Rue
brought to a standstill. The
correspondent of the Berlin
Tageblatt with the Austrian
sian Uoops, the gitat tfltc-j
\ of Russian aitilh iy and',*]
by and t he entile ss up, j
ply of ammunition m in^reatj
contrast to tin 1 oriaition oxa
the Russian forces last >earfl
I he Germans are continuij/.'j^ar-^
their strong attacks ab'rJGE
the Russian front but th
view is held here that this is-
wholly with the obj< ct of
gaining time to perfect the
defenses of Koul and Vladi
inn Volhynia and to remove
large sti ires of military ma
terial from these points to
I' st Litovsk and Ivangorod.
British forces undei Gener
al Smuts ha\ e occupied I an
g tin se< ond port in impoit
on tla < aost of German
Fast Africa and the terminus
of a German railroad.
London, 10:The foreign
office denied n report cabled
11 the United States thai
the British government hus
proti sli d lo Washington le
gaiding the piesence of a
man -ubmni ine in an Am
11 p It isstated that
Great Britain has taken no
a tion Mil' h intei been infused in I'ngland ov : .
the arrival of the sul matir^f'
at an American port.
In official circles the great
ist inleiest cenl res in wf alh
er the submarine was aimed
or carried torpedoes. It was
poinll d out that in vi< W of
the repeated voyages of b< lb
British and dei man si lunar-
ine to the Easli rn Mediter
ranean the crossing of the
Atlantic was not lo be con
sidered an unusual feat. The
only surprising thing is that
it was not done befoie.
I2th July, IOlf:
London: The port of Sea-
ham Harbour was attacked
last night bv a (ierniii sub
marine, thirty rounds of
Shrapnel being fired. One
woman was killed.
The Germans, heavily rein-
forced, delivered, strong al
tacks on British fronts in re
gion of Somme. Thev gained
ground in Mametz Wood and
Trones Wood.
Two attacks were made
ast night on Headmans Hill,


Verdun front, but both were
repulv d
f- Ik^Jiir.; I'wo G man aero
planes ttttai Iced Callais Mon
daynight and chopped bombs
|^*-*o:i array encampment.
I Germ.in troops cm the right
bank of t lie Meuse yesterday
pushed forward their DOS1
tion to a point neai Souvilie
taking 59 officers and 2106
men, Russian troops which at
tempted to establish them
yes on the left bank of ihe
Stn on Kovel wei e 11 tacked and
defeated by the Germans, ac
cording to a war tffice state
merit.
Paris: The Aineiican
steamer Goldshell from New
York with a carijo ofoil struck
a mine Monday night and was
badly damaged. She kept
afloatand is being lightered
in the mouth of the Giroado.
Amsterdam: It is repoi ted
here that a carefully thought
out plan to inaugurate in
August a trans-Atlantic 2Cep
Delia service to suppelment
Jr^^Vtli'- established submarine si r
viceisonthe.way in Germany.
London: -The opinion is
expressed that craft of the
Deutchland type, not being
available for search, will be
considered as war craft and
be liable to destrucl ion.
Kitchener s service to England
Kitchener's great achievement
in (ins war was so important,
go impossible of execution by
anv one elle, snipiising lo the
world in its extent and success,
that it must not for n second
he dimmed by talking about
matters. Kitchener's Wmy I By
volunteering only, Great Bri
tain enrolled five million men !
"For King and Kitchener" was
one of the mottoes. "Kitchener's
Mob" v is the familiar name
the men of the first army appli-
ed to themselves With all loy
al respect to the King, English-
men know mid lay that Kitch-
ener's name was the strongest
possible rallying cry King
AJeorge put a simple facl clear-
iv when lie said in his general
orders to the srmy after the
disaster:
'lfli ......! iz-a.-
Field Marshal I .ord Kileheeer
.i\ e forty ftvS J ears of distill
guii Ice to \ he Mate, 1 rl
it was laruely due In his ad
ministrative genius and tin
ft a 1 -\ in:; en TgV thai tliei mm
ti\ was able to create and
place in the held Hip ri mji g
which today ate upholding the
11 ad it in. 1:11 plorief > [ our Ian
pire.
W e can here onlj name, not
describe, Kitchenei s earlier i< r
vices to In- Count 1 \ in India, in
the Sudan, in Eg< 1 t, and in
Egypt, and in South Africa.
Elsewhere w print an estimate
of their value to civilization
from a tribute i TheodoH Roosi veil.
Personally, L< id Kitchenei
was stern indomitable, tireless.
He cared nothing for dispko
he 1 ad n 1 mercy on hirkers 01
incapables; he was dnggedand
unflinching. His two favorite
a nusemi nts, sume om sa\s,
were work. The Story is told
that at the on tin e, 1 k of this war
when be enter* d the V\ ur Olli
ce to take charge as Secreiar>
of War, he curtly asked, "Is
theie a bed here '-" and, learn
ing there was not, hi
"Well hi ing one." For \\ 11 ki
thc Storj adds, he stuck lO
his work there, nevei leaving
the offii I.
Sir William Robertson,
who will probably sue,
I and Kitchener, is a line sol
dier of somewhat the same
type; he rose from tIn ranks,
and it 1- said that In starhd
life as a servant.
THE AMERICAN BISON
is fast becoming extinct, but this fact need not
trouble the housewife. Her interest is centred on
the fact that, thanks to Sunlight Soaf, the terrors;
of wash-day have become quite extinct. n
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as a helper the wash is
quickly over. Labour is
reduced by its usetime
is saved and the clothes
are preserved.
Sunlight Soap does the
work. It is made for that
purpose.
TRY IT AND SAVE YOUR
H6 TIME AND MONEY.
halted him, "havi ou anything
to say ?" Well, sir, if '
man to man, and m 1 ''^^
private, 1 would savsoinetliiu
"Well", said the Colonel,
"thei e's no Let's
lake o we speak man lo man.
in1 \s mail to man.
then I would s,i 1 1 he |wo
hibg< st liars in ihe ni n >. for
I have no wife and neter had
one."
ARCANUM
ARRQ
Fig Tobacco COLLARI
The soldiers Yarn.
( hie da v n Bri tish Bold pi
in Fram 9, came lo his Colonel
and asked for leave, as his wife
was very ill, and u i-hed to see
him Leave was granted, three
months afti 1 he was bat l> again
with the same request, tins lime
saying that his ife u as now at
the last Rasp, and was mlling
out for htm to come to make
a (in il good bye. The Colo-
; nel looked at him And an
s we red your 'lea* e is refused.
, And I'll tell you the reason
though 1 have im rw d Ynvn
wife has written lo me saying
she does not want vou lo go
home, and begging me to Keep
you in he trenches." Phe soldier
seemed about to say something,
hut then saluted, and was lur
nine rwav, wh*n the Colonel
"PERFECTION; is its
name and I'e. h < t i ill is
its (|ii ilitv. Keeps haul and
firm. I C. COAKLKY* new
brand made to catch Ihe
trade of those who know
what good loba co is and
have got I i rod of some of the
old brands that have man
bad.
Give it a trial and you will
enji y smoking like you used
to.
Prices did. per flake31
shillings per box of 66 Bakes.
Jusl a hint -"The Allies"
id. Cigars are Ihe best ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end.
J. C COAKI.KV,
304 Boy St.
All Arrow collars arl
made of fabrics bleached
and shrunk in our o\v
plants. They al\vay|
fit and sit correctly anl
are the most durable]
ON' SALE AT
NASSAU'S
BEST RETAILERS
CLIETT, PRAOCf & CO.. In]
MAKERS. T.WY, N. Y. U, S
C. L. LOFTHOUS
BxoltMlva Agent.
Advertise in
he Tribune


'> ^AMi^.'wlnWtawM >.-.. i if- r n. II ' !!
Heat- Eat
it's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up. after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
,,. ..,. ,.. Under the auspices if
""' ST' ANDWF.W SOCIETY OF Till BAHAMAS
lb Escellencj Sir William L.^Hardy. e," K. C. M.CGovTrno.
r Committee
, L"a'r"'n>. r-Jie Honourable J.imes P Sands \| F C
1 M. .A Esquire.
'- ">' M, A.I Cyril K. *,f,,A,o, I
'hone 114
DRINK-.
Welch9 s Or ape juice? A
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each-
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
1 Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
J Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.

T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
L-iakfc-*..yAiAGaBMH
vj.iitr
East Bay St
Chas. E. Bethell
h< lesalo and Retr.il Dealer in
es
Wines
Spirits
J. S. Johnson Co.
Offers to dealer;-, its freshly canned Pineapples as follows:
i Sliced ,ui .. . m n .. ,, .. at 7s. 5<1.
'I'lie above are sugared, ready for table
io Crusl .ld..z tins to case at 8s. 6d. per case
to Grated j ,. ,, , 8s. 6d. ,,
'" Thick SI '.,,.,,, ,, 7s p'- ..
<" Ping ...... ,. 73. 8|d.
Perms -Net Cash, delivered at Factory.
July 6tl 1916.
>'**
i
it
-.TBSKaBae!UM
hingl
JUST received from Jacksonville5x 19"Beat Cypress at 18s
per 11...... No better fpyde than these oh the Market 5 36s.
"Primes" Cypress at 338. pei 1000. Hiis grade carries our
a me guarantei ns ilx Bi sis."
Any defective shingles can'be return*
Also cheaper grade In lock
ip*U6th. 1916 C C SAUNDERS.
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