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The Tribmtt, Maitav, Saturday July 15, 1916, L. GILBERT DUPUCII, Editor and Proprietor. OFKICK: Corner*Ahirley & Charlotte Sta .VaisoH, N. P., Bahamas PHONE 260. p. p. BOX 103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Moodftjh Wednesday and Friday— single copy Tuesday, and fhurs.lay—aingVcop* Saturday—single copy '< %  lily "nthly ... ... | Si [uarterly ". / la-lfY^.ly... ..£ year| r ... is. Kl Ijd 6d eity for a short while. As will be seen by a CARD in another column, Mr. Safford will give his attention to Piano tuning while here. Anvone desiring his services will find him at %  Mrs. Oliver, 129 Bay St. or "Tribune" Office. Mr Safford is not canvassing. This is a splendid opportunity to have your pianos put into proper condition. —:o: — About 12 o'clock last night, the Moon was in almost a total eclipse. I he S. S. Monterey sailed from New York on Thursday last at 5 p.m. with 21 passengers and 13 packages for Nas sau. —:o: — HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY Monday, July 15th. I'll e House met, the followWe cannot but feel that ling members being present: "The House" did wisely 111 His Honour Harcourt Mairejecting by a large mojority, colm, Speaker, Mr. \Y. C. B. the compulsory Service Bill! Johnson, Deputy Speaker, I'AYAIU.i: IN ADVANCK Vlvertism,. Rataa:—Sii pence per line for first insertion; three pence pec line kit second insertion ; ar.o onepemn pa> Une for suusquent iaaartiona. %  \ Iveitiseinfi.ts under cj^bt line4-. Ube tribune Saturday. July 15. 1916 While, we cannot agree with those of our friends who seem to think th.it the Bahamas have done ALL thai t might, yet we consider thai kit has Hon. G. H. Johnson, Messrs. Weech, Turtle, Bethell,Cole, roote, Bain, I. roote, An son, Adderley, Solomon, Sweeting, Moseley, ArmbrisVVilliams, Yoi ng, \i h.is been nothing short of Vlbury, lirice, Sav er. Cumin irvi lions. id A. K. Solomi In our opinion, more still V Message from his I£s could be done by voluntar) lency'the Governor was ores ) en accomplished Daughters of the Kmpire Guild. Collected by Mrs. Kendrick at Hope Town, Abaco. — o.— CHILDREN OF THE EMPIRE FUND. for maimed and blind Soldiers and Sailors. We have been requested by the P. Sec'y to acknowledge the following sums which hive been received by his Excellency on account of the above Fund: — Previously acknovt %  ledged, £. 3 Boys Central School per T..\. rilompso ', Spanish Wells School per Mr. John A. Cui ry The Currenl School perMf.C. IT Hall 17s io| Marsh II ,1 hour S hool children and others Per Mr. G. Robei ts 7 J j An ; thi King ol Egypt said GYP* "Get you to your burdens." Kx.dus 5, 4. 19 3 6 12 o 5 'o £*9 17 2.' The following is a list of Contributions to the lielgian Relief Fund:— Ann units previously X266 10 o 1 he House of Assembly brought in a Resolution for Co;script ion on Monday night. 0 Egypl is no death for thee are I'haroahs without end ? And eei Israel to ihe lash must quivering shoulders bead ? Wilt ever thou be hard of heart nor heed the rivers red And scourge dumb architect! to build pyramids of dead ? Must masters merciless of task still harass mad oppress 1 he innocent Jehovah charged to liberate and hless ? U ill never righteousness and peace Le to the earth lestored And Love Incarnate lift from man the shadow of the Sword ? The empty deserts Egypt, answers all thy deeds of crime the Fellaheen is all that's lelt of thy proud race to time I 1 thorns" rifled cullers shamed beneath the desert hide' Yet shameless sins that hade them he, hate, avarice and 'pride hy pomp and bcautv Kgjrpt is consumed as by the flame I he gloT; f..r a moment shone forever is the shame, he ashes of thine aimies slain tossed by the desert's breath I he p.,1.1. and thrones eclipse for which they sul ered death. The chronicles of victories have crumbled to the sands The pyramids exalted are the tombstones of the lands %  The tenants ,,f thy towers are the owls thai jeer thv fate 'lie mole the only traveller that find! the city's let forty centuries of'wrath discipline thei in vain And powerless to point the goal such dark ambitions Rain Yet thy deriding I'haroahs in speechlessness and dust No parable preach to the Kin-s inheriting their lust 1 r ". 1 ,V %  ie <>f the finesl educal ii p issible < iood Fo d, and of the Board 1 if Commission E. V. V. Sutton ers and that great difficulty John' Burnside Chas. W Bit by (1. Rudolph Sweeting Cash. i). W. W. E. s. C. is being experiem ed in ob tainingcandidates for the vac plenty of it, is provided, p, ant posts of Nurse, HisExcel nothing of the uniform lency invites the House %  i -I 11pm m. Those who to granta sum of £100 to the •endanton the volunGovernor in Council to be I), \\ \ 1 *i11 teei arepovided for, and utilized, with the salaries foi <; V knowles well provided for in his ab the above posts for providing \ Baker n e 1 id everything is done the best nursing arrangeR B Cash to freehimfrom unneccessaij ments that can be made un |,, s il parks MI-V. In case of sickness inderthepresent circumstances; I R Seymour is carefully tended and nursed and without which he fear< tck to health.—the letter it ill not bepossible to ob published from private tain an efficient Nursing 'i some time a"o is a Staff. 0 3 4 5 o 10 5 .•) Where are the Seers deciphering the sermons in thv st. net The Prophets to declare the Word above thy moldering bones! Ihe \01res in the Wilderness on tcrving through the Night Gainst angry I'haroahs harnessine thecsptives for the fieht Alas for hopeless hearts that hear the burden of (he 'neat for those who have adventure in ambition^ of the Mate The Paladins and Satraps whom the hosts nf God nppresi Hlmd guides that lead the-Kingdoms into Night and Nothinpi IT C. CHRISTIE. •' %  Thechil.lr noflKwl hut traaau i i Pharoali I • Inl&Mei ivatimw lotferfroin the (am .. Fel el KeMrXSL' irlle l.l undtherttberuiiiiol the trauure citiei | place* they mul i. I %  wallw,„ ..i,,,,,. th partition, hom fie,...,.,, ,,,„•„ M ,,,!,' e-li^Mus name was I'm, „n the taculai name was '" Frank Prit< hard IC) o 4 0 10 o 8 J in 1 1 i, '5 o .5 0 5 o j 0 1 o 0 10 o %  1 iking pioof of that. \sto e d inger, well, we all have t 1 far.' d mgerS, and we can li" quite sure thai none of our S us would are to h ive it Ihouffhl 'hit rHtCY wo il1 Vlbui wish to still l< t!i n s';.i e of w I he risk. When "I n bo> > ii" m'ircliing h 1 11 •," ;i %  no nibl m isl of I Ii in \\ ill.ihcy will l > 'imp. ived ineveiy waj \\'ll \ I a u we'll e th 'in I An .e '.•;;' those who miss ?d the ell un. e ol ing with 1 he in I'. 1 I keen I \ th it tii '\ in. : .1 sir lifetime \ | heii 1 11 1 11 ; experiences I /ill not bi pleased to i p 1 < Ios sly shuttered I id we hops thai thei p :ri.ni ,• will 1.1 t lie means 'if • I ting Hway itli thai all loo ..l'ii t Con su m p t i on ling Iribil By tha w.t Y, w mi t l i • h e wli 1 voted l > %  the resolution havi inn a leomfoi t • I > I • %  time c\ plain 1 i', r mntteis totheii cons tit u nts. — :o: — Mr. I. B. ^afford "f Mi mil, lit.. 1'iauo lunei an I Hi .•ntative for the Stale of I'l i \' Sicmway and Saa>, is in the On motion of |), Johnson, His Excellency the (i ivi rnor Mess ige No, .]<, was n fei'red to a select commit tee. On motion of \], the rep u t of the s,n:n itee un il,,q ueg I ioilS nn,| anweis je i\ w Audit 1 )ei. irtinenl ,\ is id p (>n motion of Mr. \\, the Kxpiring I nws Hill was ond t une. It was in wed by Mr. I ur t le that the follow ing I es lu don b' i' reed to: Uesolvi d. that in the rtpin ion ol this House it is desii able to introduce in the Colo ny a system of Uni' ersal ompulsory Militai\ s ni (l |l M % % %  moved as.in amend nieut b. Mi Urn,', secoudi d In Mi T. I oote, that ih>i oluliOfl be not ngri ed i,. 'ei 1 onsider Tie discu tinani'Midinciit was by a I n ge in pa ity." 'The House ndj >u \fnndny livening* 1 o'clock. ^27 1' 9 Rev. C. W. Smith Ci o 6 T. IT IT. a o 0 1 Je > I. Chi istodouI ah is 300 (leo W. I lonnldson 100 W. IT Sands 10 o \ Si hann 'ham I O 6 Hon. T. II. C. Lofthouse 2 > C. I. I .oft house loo Miss Ii. H. Roker i < Mrs, B. I. W. \nn In islei i o o Mis. .1. \V. Holden 2 1 0 K. W I. McPherson 2 1 o Miss \lbei ta Malcolm 2 _• 0 Cash 100 NTs. M. .1. Holmes. MiC. R. Higga. Miss Dorothy Ili^^s Miss! M. Ha la nen. Miss Kathleen Burnside. I h< C*i ninlinn. I Tut lev Albury Nevi lie Stewart Ivan Bosfield Dudley raylor. Trever Ambrister Dudley Kelly W. Stewart Rae Phankingyou Foryouri ourl es) I remain, yours truly Di^. WALTER HESS 'I'l'' home a Mini.-, don't scatter and gloom wherelaogbtei 11 I i, K | lt i lfl ;i, ihould always hi..mil : What though y,„i\r travelled mat dotty mile 1 '"' -nil ulce home 1 sunle. 1 Hut much 11 meant) lf '! ,"' '"V'; ': littl while, 1 yofdoubl iidooc lake hooi imile. I A 11 I Hiking about -ond, refresh ing, consoling "smokes". Tn 'Co.ddev's': he not only guaran I' M butgivessatisfaction Tn Ins'Fig Perfection' FlakeTobe. local Secretary co once,and u will pain \. u to use any other brand : also' 'The Allies c.gar-It is good to th. end £17 5 (To b; Continued) — :p: Julj 13 IQlC the Kditnr of the liihiine Advertise in The Tril lake the libei Ij of Iging through youi Ujf rd eipt ol I'll! thei to i',e Red I' ninl. f 1 the mid gentle* 11(1 I'heie will be seiVi es iii the Seventh Day Adventist chapel on Easl ShiHej St reel al 7 30 Sunday night, July ib, to which all are cordially united. Subject, —"What ;m ,1 S ill its Are they (ili' ^ts or real liein —:o:— ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL Ml Sting Street. The Rev. G. \. Thompson S. I. I)., Minister, Inspiring lervicrs lomorrow : , %  .in. s rlemnization r>f \la trinionv between Victor I son and Sarah Jan.Tj ne s 11 a.m. sermon. Morning Theme— 'The results ,.f disobe lience. f.30 p.m. Evening Theme Job ni\t\ his three friends. Musi, |, y the Welcome Cor net band.Diffgis and Roberts The public are requested to Itteiid. TAKE HOME A SMILE rain bnma a |milt; focgel the III V Tiip dull, grim [rin I 4 ,11 UM day'i affain 1 I" 1 "' be TOO nail a wfa 1 1 Iglrtto thoaa wli aja t.ike h„me a sni 1! Radiograms July 14th, 191b. London, :— Fighting desperately in the face of determined German attacks the forces under General Haic succeeded MS, erdav ,,, gaining omt r0 | of the" Maroeta Hood wind, had beenentei ed the previous nighl by the (.Hinans. r In the same region No'tn, of the Somme the British made some progress in the hones Wood an


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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday July 15, 1916, between (he fortes of the German Crown Trinee and the French defenders of the fort ress. The Germ.ins following up in the region of the Damioup battery nave underlain D a strong offensh e toward Fort Souviile the p ssession of whiehwould strengthen their position for a further advam e on Verdun. Attacking in mass form ation from the village of Fleury and the Chapifre and Vaux Woods the Germans gained ground at the inti i section ol the Fleurv and Vaux roads. The gains how ever Paris asserts was made ,ii the cost of enormous less Violent bombardmi ntinue in the region of Souvill Chenois and La I.at il There was relal ive calm < m the h-l't bank of the M< i i The Russians have met with suo ess in Ai menia and report the i a'pture of Man nakhalum fifty milt s W< st of Enerourri and about the same distance from Erzin n, the object ive of the Rus sians di ive The Turkish fo n retreat fii 'il tin town whii li taken by assault set it on fire Fighting continues at iso pa Rfiver. The Russians I 3200 prisoners and nineteen machinguns Baltmore: — The (' %  < 1 man mercial submarine Di itschChurch, has won tens of thous for God and His truth. II. St. Peier then proceeds '<> teaeh us, in d< tail, how broi lv love sli.mld be shown : 11 '— land is loading a cargo of nickel pitiful, b courteous," he and rubber I lei dep irrure date is kc pt secret. Cli il, South Carol in I he Ian 1 icane which struck tins coast last night did Con '• %  I iagi citii s. The na> d collier 11 tor with 5 in trine r< ci wits for San Domingo is in distress Bnd n sent her. 1 Him :ane had abated today Washington:-J. H.'l Clevi land h I 'resident W ln-.11. e "i i!i • -• ipn %  I formei Jusl 1 Hugll Chihuahua. Mexico: < %  1 a I Treviuo military eomman der 1 'I the \ n the isi has issued a 'Id laratiou that he and all ai' m C u 1 'ii.'. is govein men I are determined to estab lish order in Mexio. A popular that 'Pity is'akin to love': In de< from it. I will keep us from judging nth harshly. 11"\\ it toi loving he irt 1 us rather than blami h n M e fail. The pitiful Chi istian takes ii'' ph asui e. e\ en in the fall of an enemy from ( \< re. The word ri mien d I so means humblemii Just ns "pitiful" points to oui attitude : in troti word us" indicates nui eha trinui to !all men It foibids 11 and inn::.. Our Lord said "Li rn of MR, for I am meek and 1 % %  !\ in rt." We are folio %  '• ve may call, with nil P". lei Gen 1 leman. >ints on this front. Vienna claims tinrepulse of a strong Italian at tack on Monte Rasto Soul h of the Sugana Vallej Washing in, 1 2; Flood onditions in 1 he South show m arked improvement except in the tenito \ around Selma, Alabama, the Canton Alabama dtsti icl .and the V\ "in tier of Countiies in Ala bam 1 R tins have ceased en tirely in mo t plai es and 1 iv ers an I creeks are falling rap idly. —:o: — 15th July, 1 London, 1 |th. Governor. B 1 ham is Official News July 1 |.th: -At dawn wti attacked the • in m\ • nd system of defense. Our 1 troops broke into hostile posi tion on a front of four miles. Fierce fighting has continued all day. We are now m possession of enemyi se I position from Baxentin le Petit to LonI ii lusiva and the whole rronea Wood. Twti counter at. lack-, were Completely crushed. I .ater the eii'Min Itl led in ipturing Bai ntin !• but our infantry immediately dr.no them out and now occupy the whole villa Mainprisoners have fallen in. to our hands. (Signed) BONAR LAW London The British broke into German second line trench %  1 .1 four mile front in Somme region. Heavy fighting contin ues. Among the German prison ers taken were two Colom Rome —The summit of Cns • telletto region was blown up by Italians. I'm t of an Austrian force was huned in the wreckage Petrograd :— Austrians and Germans made furious countei attacks yesterday West of Stri after Trinity Peti 1 III, 9 1 -s spiing in n pride, sell impoi tan e Bnd self; ion. III. warns us hould not 1 Id's methods I he world Ml n a bloW foi 0 blow !" Mo, saj s the Holj Spirit "not rend vil" in y< il 1 a 111 "for railing" in youi Peti i ould recall to m intl how Ins Master 1 III them : old bv W Hilto 1 260 Hay S ie mind a ion brethren, thai curse you, da itiful, . ii h ite j %  iu, and pra) fo 1 '. %  '. lich despite fully 1; .-~ rww 1 — *.Shingles. J 5 r receivi d from Ja< ksoi 1 per 1000. No better 1 "I '1 imes" ( !y| n 1 larantei as II eB< ive shin aaile in 5.1 Ipril I 1.1 rin C ( RS. in£ ig : but con I tluit re thereunto called, th i/J inherit 1. Jesus Chi 1st c.-.n.e to us the Fatherhood of CKH\ and to establish a brotherli a ; men. This biolhei boi id died in i nl creeds lii. hie, and %  a. that j e n %  he childn n of your I which is in Hea> en." I Ii would recolh ct too, how Christ | rayed or I 1 is mm Ii d 8S he thought ol the Mastei 's a ,'tbat ye may In tli" children of your Father' St. Pet .. • y inherit Holy, Catholic and —the blessing of belonging to a \ Church. loving brotherhood in the love In the text St. Peter is sum o'/he great Father, ming upthedutyol em ,M this war in is ni the Chinch. Ihi a first duty, ie says, tempted to revile oui We are lilies j of and to encourage a rac d, "having compassion one )\ r tl "; l ^ u % of ,' of another. I mfhrwt and of lbs Church pass "means sympathj and !l ti rig for 1 aln is. I'liis unity of mind in mutual \\ in pithy an old be full) show n by loyalt) to thi oni I foly So 1 The first Christ ianswei e One in then kindness and hue towards I ach other, as well as ilish thing; and wherever its spirit enters it destro) all ling This is why SI I '.• idds "knowing that ye are therenato called that ve should inherit a blessing." I le means that we win by bearing and by suffering, even as our Saviour 111 their common belli F, SO tnat ,.. ,. , 1 1. 1 in I is pat ience and 01 ii a ranee ii became a provi rb see how th e one ano ther." If men are ol one mind in le sns Christ tin y will presi ntly unite for the defence ol ti e one Faith in the tj which lb won, by sufl 1 King ih mi in men ts whicl never be dest ro; d Continued From I tl Pa founded, I unity strength. It is not p issible foi a 'live' CI ristian to 1 &\ t no ^<.tive 1' '.ati msliip with the Church of hi 'I ter, as si pretend I Ience the importance ..I "not forsaking the assembling of ourselves logethi r, as t he niannei i I' some 1"-" Regulai atten, hn ai public worship, "fP*" 1 %  *, that inev (especiallj at HolyCommunion ? b ,( ! d tt V,"'" ,.' — the Lord's own service), i definite sign that e are "all of one mind," having sympathy with another, and that we "love as brethren." Indeed it ;! live brothei ly love that we '" the spirit of oui Father, by it we Copy the f Jl impli 1 I our Saviour Christ, and b\ it. also, the Church fulfil ner sacred Argument and 1 tro, pie. but the spirit of brotherly love within the divine Society, the the Protestants wnil \\ ith the Cath olics who Sp : i-h, I told then all to learn F nglisli t" m their chiIdren spen k it. i"i 1 them H yrc.it many othn ihingi thej neve> ha I heaid before ami if I could talk i" tin MI every Sunday I might be able to da iom good in tins country. "It is 1 me thai the people are are arms tu give money when thi Rishop ni the 1 >11 I 1 build a great, magnificieiil ••Imrcli that f, and mortgage; b a first mortgage, no maitei hi v many le it, for 11 1ri c<>gniz I by the law of 1 rily I h 'an whii h d licfiin -i pnifan'e loan 11 1 ot pa i hunch 1 ikes hi* pn< nni. I I 'at I hold my faith, rhediaevahsm on 1 nt iry. Living and I "Wi t on thi r reni I •"." l an %  ii lid "' me, "l ei ause 11 is ii.-ec-11 v lo hold ill en to e atliolic I nth IKpei : 1 athat the 1 I 9 UIK 11 il j 10 us.some luii lian ... I If the Irish 1 aid have in ih u-' have onl) ibout i". i-aiM English in Ihe I I Bcho > s, but tio 1 use !ni il and 'Il nl lit. We give tin 1 rail Ii up to ten or tweb • I \ a %  11 IO lead 111! WI It' and figlll e ei I ep I hell bin ti I he\ gil In ,v'oik, 1 Dough cation to ri ad their pi books and their QV rs on Suudaj sand;!.' lor thosi tostaj "a ti e farms. "They havi foi other reading bi cause the woi 1. 1 hard. Supp< high schools. What would be the result ? We would produce I* ci I young men who wofild not bi onti ni to stay on the farms and for whom there would not be enough of proper 1 mployment 1 IT farms. We beliei < %  in 1 du< ation but only enough for the m of the p i d no more. Too ninth maj be an evil. At the tercentenan of (Juehei in 100 | I was on n committee to aw dlvei medals to females that had been on the same farms in the l'io\ ir II of Quebec for 200 years or more. It \va 1 1 $ 27 %  yean or more. It Mary to Rive 273 ine of the fnmi1 the same fauns far t W 1 in volume we of Gold <>f the \.' J hat we like to churches that I hey 1 1 1 id and notl, .1 for him. I'hev ruin "AS tO till II a.n in ii g our 1 1 n ISI u 1 dmit think ti: \ obligation on tie dual 111 I France Of 1 are pi to bi British subjects It is I i :' to us when do m We I Ki nee, ii.a f.H 1 InI' rei ch Go\ 1 We m.i We V hghtI Q (Vi Undei tinguished p*iti %  MirW. /-. \lloi %  r.K.C.:: and Lady Allai dyce. An Entertainment, A t the ("mis' Eastern School on b'1 ulav, July 2ISt at 4: A oil',, lii m will be taki n up in aid of tli<' Sailors and Soldi. 1 fund, A CARD. 1. B. SAP FORD ol Mi %  I' la. Steinway I'V Sons, Tum and Representativi 1 State of r la. Special at I< ti will be given t ( /'. Tuning. I Irders ma\ .it "TRIBUNE" Ofl Phone al ICE T ilE Bahamas Timbi 1 (a begs to draw atti ntion of the public to thi "\v selling lei their 1.umber Office on I St. City. Hours, 6 A in Op-m. IL A TBD



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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday July 15, 1916, Will Last YOU a Lifetime. Finest Quality Sheffield Steel Razor. 92c. '^^ fer r 3/9 & %  %  %  .. I. • %  %  I Illadu 1.1 Navy. ... ... loi SIX Ra/ort • I 3 9 S0.92 10/9 *.6 21 8.14 Pre* ) POST KF.EK Ml 1ljr MMn • i. %  %  Id. .' %  %  Tl.i: M. • %  %  ITnac'c! DiTnir.ini-jntop We itiiaraiilec nil o Ruor rear Kd*oi vjudr^uc. i ol! „. %  ; V. i-CHIIUS GatialOl iII • /%_„ TTUI^^I i-..r/l Qualilv onsidcrii. we liuaranlea Ii show yon ai Onel liira oavea. 0 %  oi d. I; Ii. rh H Baa; era . —:, 1 1.7 ,^'.. wanfrAA Wa Ouaraota* %  livery ol i'i our Special war Guarantee. j 0 od..u FEARS LTD. • 186, Bristol Bridge. LRISTOL. England. illcru of Harcl andlM Direct to "Oversea*" Buran in WH01. To be had at all Grocers C. L. LofthOUSe-Company's Agent "Elgin" ARROW COLLAR j Made of a fine white Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is in good form. ON SAL! I' NASSAU'S j BEST RETAILERS CLl'i II. PI B0DY N CO., 1M. MAKERS, TBOT, N. Y. l\. S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE. Kxclusive Agcnl. Fig 4 Tobacco P E R FEC'NON i I II;I me and Pe; tion is ; i lity. Ke< ps hard and firm. J. C. i OAKLEY'S new lid made to catch %  ol those u lio know what good t''I .i II is and have :."' tired ol g< rnif of the old brands ih.it have gon< bad. Give il a i rial and you will enjoy smoking like yon u Prici Urn I a hittl "The Mlies" id. 1 a re t h< : still at the fr< ni and good in i h e end J. C. COAKLEY, Ba 3 31! T Keeping Guard HERE are sponsibil y patriotic citi m of national pi ril, othei than oi SHOE &i STORE ENTERTAINMENT On Tuesda ity Tabernacle, Frei town. Doors open at 7.30. Comnenct it 8 p m. Admission: Adults < >\ Childn thj Thi per "Kotonia" sum all, hall 1 Tho "Best" Light. A SOFT, luminous light, which casts no shadow, brighter than eli eti i itj 01 : \ lene. Makes and bi its OM u gas. Cost 2 cents a %  k. 1 dirt, smoke nor odor. 1 i\ et 200 stj les, ranging from 100 candle pov Ah-uli MI an teed. \\ 1 itc l"i illiistrati d %  logne, THt: BfcST LIGHT CO. I h. 5th St : With then 1 able to Ur p the r ;ly on purchasing at th I iti ol Taril "rumours and i:ets alu G. T. KNOWLES, rop. Bi Bay St. (Spot NOTICE Ills is to inform mv 1 the Public, h,t\ ned mj Black Smith Simp; to do in th >f< ii ne new work 11< Ml work illy ,VI I DRINK: Welch's Grape juice. PRICES I jarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, IS. 4d., 15s. pet do*. j Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. \ Pint-. 5d. 4s. 6d. pet do/ T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. m Heat Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6rl. per tin For Washing up. after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The New York House Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund I : 1 lir lire ailS| Mi 1 %  1 .f I III SI VNDUF.W SOCIETY Of I ill BAHAMAS Patron His Ex ellencj Sir William L Allardyce, K > VI G nmittee Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, M I ( I 11 mi in 1 ;d. I.I l;i:' -.nil 1 Malcolm, K. C I S. Hilton, I sou Honourable J R. C. Young, M..K C O. r 1'iitcliard, Esquire ile Wjllram Millei, M. L C \ Kenneth Solomon. ,N. II \l. Rae, Esquin II \ I-..,:,. I. ('< tir'n e, M 11. A I Cyril F. Sol urn 1 I 3 Phone 214 East Bay St Chas. E. Bethell holesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spir its



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LATEST RADIOGRAMS >VH bound to swea, ,o n Unm R ol no Mu f Vol. XIII. No. 214 NASSAU. N P, BAHAMAS. SATVR5>AY. JULY 15. 19 16 Prtc. THREE CENTS Priests Block Recruiting In Quebec Province. Tlyu begin .1 conversation -*• anywhere in Quebec con cerning (lie niimitted' inc. that 1l1.it province is not doing a in re iieai its shaic in raising Canadian troops'for Hie war in Kurepe the talk is bound to switch around to the fitfht df ;lie KreiVcli for their own Ian gunge in Hitschools of n li: [ n I'l. .' 0&I );i! !i...,;il| ( | M e I' us mi,. ,,,] whethei %  •> HI is m the clubs 01 %  | 1 11 ters, or among the factory ivoi kers in the •' 'i ''i J the far m 1 .1 ,.| Pishei in MI ol (lie outlyin • is .. t '•couiirni, ;in d 1 l-|)C. lie two questions nre very; closely linked One perhaps the chi( I causi w 1 men in Quebi c an % rig is thai the full dem mds of Fn rich p ople in the Pro v '.'i''"f Ontai in 1 >r the tii 1 ol fiiage in the public s hook lia< 1 denied in turn by the )nl 11 io courts, v the Oniri,. Parliament, find. Ilv, by the Parli imenl of > 1 ninion n| Ott iwa. Now i' is pendinij before the Privy C uncil in England, where the Fre ich exp 1 and trie l '-' 1 1 salting C tnadians dso expect the sa ne outcome, 1 *t it see ns to H.lim>, to the extent thai they are ignm ing the call of the [>ominion Government to join the nvi r se is foi rhere are extremists wJio| hint at ictu ii physi :al rebel lion and civil war, No! t\ en those who .-ire not extre nists will say thai uch .1 disaster is 1 np issible : ttii y refer to ii as txtremelv improbable, but add "1 >t ill 'J leb %  %  would welcn • an oppp irtunity to secede from the I) MII without blood sheil. 1 >n I lie !> >at from Chicoulimi to Q i-i) %  %  the other dav Canon Huard of the Bisilica of Quebec vi.• i| %  future outcome of the matter, the bil in Ontario i easfl) the ui "-1 ironblesome political tanjl in the I >oimmoii t,, ,|,i\, while S,r Wilfred l.aui 'Pposition leader of tie l.i berals, hr.s added something to Ins previous stn ngtli in J tuebi c by championing the Krench, (his own |>eople.) he has lsl ground it ith hisott u parti 1 • He was abnndpned bt praciically all the Englishiking Liberals when the mattt 1 came to .1 vote at Ottawa. On the other hand, Gou '••". the Liberal Premier ol 1 bee, made su< Ii shrewd and successful use of the situation that the Conservative Partj in Ins p .,\ in, e is, f,, r (he time 1 mc. eliminated, Gnuiou, know ing what would happen in ( >i •awa, I tin Provincial Parliauifiii and timed ins call for .in election ol u new Legis lature so that ii would comi n| most immediately after the French had been denied by the I ed< 1.1I body. An interval was allowed for a campaign in |,„ |, ,1 ,. wai "oi .1 factoi .11 ,,11 || wai strict Pj a French versus English affaii and the !• rein l, wi n, with the election of seventy four members as against s< veil 1 1 tin Conservatives In 11 .<• ,,| ( ] Parliament the Con-,., vatives had seventeen. Canon Huard, in a recent book of his, refen ing to the size "f French families, ,1 j n course of time his people would outnumber the English in ( hi 1 I le put 11 in as .1 s'r of pie isantry, but ( hitario took ii 1 verj seriously. When he 'told me about that in the < ourse of j an roterview in Quebec uftei 'he talk o„ the boat, I aski d him. wh.it he would predict now. 1 "I am no prophet," he replied, "but the French people mai ry young and have ten or lw children, sometimes fifti eighteen, twenty. The pi ii sis Urge them to do 11. In, it is God's command lo mujtiplv. I'he English people in Ontario have only one or two childn n '" %  '< family There vou have a case of simple arithmetic The English in Ontario are worsi 'his matter than It..peo| le in Fran e, and the M II has slmwn %  %  "i' the calamil) of (he few children. One 01 1, killed and the family is Gaisti ed It is 1 hi I'rencli' priest in Quebec these ate about 5^00 of them all told— w ho is block ing the efforts ol the Govern nyiit it> get recruits in that province In the cities of Moti treal and Quebec this is not so obvious, foi tin re the ch rg> an calling attention to the I that men are needed, but of theni are doing, it 111 the most unctorj M aj ui cm n ak an favora ilecomment. But in the country regions the min or priest is maki.g it a pan ol his parish woi I. • people not to enlist. He is tell ing them that the war is none of then ci,a. en., that I should not fight 101 ; eoj le who ;i dem ing toothi 1 Frenchmen the right t<. have then chil t.'iu^lii in their ow n language,! And the hint, vi n the wink, of ;i parish priest is fai more el tive with a Fn nch Can idian f;il "-i 1 f fishern an than the most urgi in call fn m I tttawa or ll'e most I. q t ap| eal oj the recruiting agent. \ id the -11 pi ising thins is, the priests of Quebec admit tl %  truth, of man) of these si "" "Is, 1 01 act pting them as < harges 01 n proacKes against ,l "'•' IVI s and their S>8tem, but as the outsider's version of an entirely justifiable state of affairs. There was one, how r, \\ ho not onh said "Yi 9 lo all that the 'ami Caliho lies had told me, but hi in denouncing the \\., s ,.| |,j s own Church in the Qui country parish. 9 He wa 1 ihe Rev.N. W, nergcronofl >gdens burg, N, V., ,. | i;is ;i brge French Catholic parish But Uergeron isa French Cana dian, born and educated for the I n sthood 111 Quebei and h-s 'II owns pi p 1 :\ in ,,is nivi village of Les Emboulements in that province, to which he fre mly goi s He v as coming from there on a Sunday norn ing win1 I met him, just H ftei he had preached in his ,,|,i church in the absence of the pai ish j> 1 ie-t. "He will not ash me to preach foi inn. again," remarked fj 1 geron with a grin "'I gave ins people s e strange stuff. riie\ s '"' 'I up to listen with thi h i.an.Is to tin h ears, I fold them that the t'hurch was humbug 'hem. I t,,|d (hi m not to M" 'i' 1 "'v rnnrf -,f 'h-n h ml ..,.,, ^(1 mi",1 V --n Lull.lint; ,,. u In, ,\! 'i' If li vi s,t in Ihe rdm 1 cli 'do 11 o 1I1 1 Mi, \ ha i' < ii.inc.in the n,,. M AFTY BMkn weofit tike to rmf tneft1 but an dascd %  %  eiont onv!„.rfor thmt Tfc A i:, : : "" tl r fe f r M '"'/ 8fW %  7nc "** %  • Milk rood Ho. 1 for altornafc. V , he natural and pn-paml ftxKi in this ka* d o.^ fool should ho eontinued nnl.t (}„ %  w ^^ has twn entirety eomi>letl. The motln-r h^r^lf rn 11st be well nounshod an.1 to tins end may pafnvly of tho "Allenburys" DIET partWly pre lZ K Tv k a !' J w, "^"'n^'. which hkoth,. Milk Food No tstoatantly Bade ready tor use by s.mply addin B Unhn,, „ ljt er only. ch.lr birth the ••A.. e „ 1> uryV DJET is sur,,r 1S in K Iy helpful m maintaining the strength and producing a Kood How of rich milk. Th "AIIPOK.I^.." CAAnc SJ^ The "Allenbury*" FOODS For Infant*. The "Allenburyi" DIET For Nursing Mothers. "kg**.,. UHk .... Mrth to .1 month.. S *• montta. Mailed Food No. J. ma 6 morth. upw.,r,lj The AllenburysFeeder. .ll-l.;,.! II..., |',...| 1W ,,,,„. DushiiNC uii.l. r in For Nursing Mothers. Invalids Dvtoept.es. and the Agd 2.fi! 'li'linn (r IB the Allenburys K.uJ, lor Infanta. The AllenborrsInsks (Malted) From 10 months upwards. b r v he rntchin b UryS F ? 0jS e m ." ,' Under *' >ec, a, P"^" 1 6y machinery, and are entirely untouched by hand Allen ii Hanburys Ltd.. London. England. A.D. 1715. Established 200 Yean. A.D. 1915. LOGWOOD • %  %  %  "' SIS L R.J.BOWE Commission Merchant. (Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission) v ""< 1 sold al 2] p. .-. according to qusi i Continued o >rd p I Al UT/L f\ TBD sold .'it 11 p r .1, ;, irding lo quantity Prompt and careful atti utibn given to ail Lonslghmenrs ^ ( 'Hi ;•..,;> M. Ufn i s V, i, uf Christie's Neai Cit) M.ul,, i. PRODUCE


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LATEST RADIOGRAMS
>vh bound to swea, ,o ,n UnmR, ol no Muf
Vol. XIII. No. 214
NASSAU. N P, BAHAMAS. SATVR5>AY. JULY 15. 19
16
Prtc. THREE CENTS
Priests Block Recruiting In
Quebec Province.
Tl- yu begin .1 conversation
-* anywhere in Quebec con
cerning (lie niimitted' inc. that
1l1.it province is not doing a in
re iieai its shaic in raising
Canadian troops'for Hie war in
Kurepe the talk is bound to
switch around to the fitfht df
;lie KreiVcli for their own Ian
gunge in Hit- schools of nli: [n,
' I'l. .' 0&I );i! !i...,;il|(| M e .
I' us mi,. ,,,] whethei
> hi is m the clubs 01
| 1 11 ters, or among the
factory ivoi kers in the
' 'i ''i J the far m 1 .1 ,.| Pishei
in mi ol (lie outlyin is ..t
'couiirni, ;ind
1 l-|)C.
! lie two questions nre very;
closely linked One
perhaps the chi( I causi w 1
. men in Quebi c an
?rig is thai the full dem mds of
Fn rich p ople in the Pro
v'.'i''- "f Ontai in 1 >r the tii 1 ol
fiiage in the public
s hook lia< 1 denied in
turn by the )nl 11 io courts, v
the On- iri,. Parliament, find.
Ilv, by the Parli imenl of
! > 1 ninion n| Ott iwa. Now !
i' is pendinij before the Privy
C uncil in England, where the
Fre ich exp 1 and trie
l'-'1 1 salting C tnadians
dso expect the sa ne outcome,
1 *t it see ns to H<- a habit of the
B itish 11 1 n 1; .-. ,menl to '
gr int anything the French in|
Cam dem 1 I ind are will
ing to fight f .,- T|,e, 9re vvjjj
intr to fight for their language
in Ontai 1 i. In n moral seuse
they are. alreadv in reb >.lim>, to
the extent thai they are ignm
ing the call of the [>ominion
Government to join the nvi r
se is foi
rhere are extremists wJio|
hint at ictu ii physi :al rebel
lion and civil war, No! t\ en
those who .-ire not extre nists
will say thai uch .1 disaster is
1 np issible : ttii y refer to ii as
txtremelv improbable, but add
"1 >t ill 'J leb would welcn
an oppp irtunity to secede from
the I)......mii without blood
sheil.
1 >n I lie !> >at from Chicoulimi
to Q i-i) , the other dav Canon
Huard of the Bisilica of Quebec
vi. things 1 :ry bi fore actual re
hellion, ,f the. Privy Council irl
England l-......1 us. We will
continue to agkate to (ret fair
play. Civil v 11 would lie the
last resort. But bli French
langu ige question in Canada
is more serious to us than was
the slavery question in the Uni
led States. Thai did lead to
civil war."
Canon Hunrd is not a lensa
tionaliSt lie is an old man
foi twetif, five years was
[wofessor in the Catholic Col
I Chicotttimi. II- is also
i -t. editor ..I' the Cai a
Hi.,n Naturalist, ami holds (hi
public office oi |',,A ..,< U1| |.
lomologist. a
Whatever ma) (> i| future
outcome of the matter, the bil
in Ontario i easfl)
the ui "-1 ironblesome political
tanjl in the I >oimmoii t,, ,|,i\,
while S,r Wilfred l.aui
'Pposition leader of tie l.i
berals, hr.s added something to
Ins previous stn ngtli in J tuebi c
by championing the Krench,
(his own |>eople.) he has lsl
ground it ith hisott u parti 1
" He was abnndpned bt
praciically all the English-
iking Liberals when the
mattt 1 came to .1 vote at Otta-
wa. On the other hand, Gou
'". the Liberal Premier ol
' 1 bee, made su< Ii shrewd and
successful use of the situation
that the Conservative Partj in
Ins p .,\ in, e is, f,,r (he time 1 .
mc. eliminated, Gnuiou, know
ing what would happen in ( >i
awa, I tin Provincial
Parliauifiii and timed ins call
for .in election ol u new Legis
lature so that ii would comi n|
most immediately after the
French had been denied by the
I ed< 1.1I body.
An interval was allowed for
a campaign in |, |, ,1 ,. wai
"oi .1 factoi .11 ,,11 || wai
strict Pj a French versus English
affaii and the ! rein l, wi n, with
the election of seventy four
members as against s< veil 1 1
tin Conservatives In 11 .< ,,|(]
Parliament the Con-,., vatives
had seventeen.
Canon Huard, in a recent
book of his, refen ing to the size
"f French families, ,1 jn
course of time his people would
outnumber the English in ( hi
1 I le put 11 in as .1 s'r of
pie isantry, but ( hitario took ii 1
verj seriously. When he 'told
me about that in the < ourse of j
an roterview in Quebec uftei
'he talk o the boat, I aski d
him. wh.it he would predict
now.
1
"I am no prophet," he replied,
"but the French people mai ry
young and have ten or lw
children, sometimes fifti
eighteen, twenty. The pi ii sis
Urge them to do 11. In, it is
God's command lo mujtiplv.
I'he English people in Ontario
have only one or two childn n
'" '< family There vou have a
case of simple arithmetic The
English in Ontario are worsi
'his matter than It..- peo| le in
Fran e, and the m ii has slmwn
''"i' the calamil) of (he few
children. One 01 1,
killed and the family is Gaisti
ed "
It is 1 hi I'rencli' priest in
Quebec these ate about 5^00
of them all told w ho is block
ing the efforts ol the Govern
nyiit it> get recruits in that
province In the cities of Moti
treal and Quebec this is not so
obvious, foi tin re the ch rg> an
calling attention to the I
that men are needed, but ,
of theni are doing, it 111 the most
unctorj m aj ui cm n ak
an favora ilecomment. But
in the country regions the min
or priest is maki.g it a pan
ol his parish woi I.
people not to enlist. He is tell
ing them that the war is none
of then ci,a. en., that I
should not fight 101 ; eoj le who
;i"' dem ing toothi 1 Frenchmen
the right t<. have then chil
t.'iu^lii in their ow n language,!
And the hint, vi n the wink, of!
;i parish priest is fai more el
tive with a Fn nch Can idian
f;il""-i 1 f fishern an than the
most urgi in call fn m I tttawa
or ll'e most I. q.....t ap| eal oj
the recruiting agent.
\ id the -11 pi ising thins is,
the priests of Quebec admit tl
truth, of man) of these si
"" "Is, 1 01 act pting them as
< harges 01 n proacKes against
,l" "'' IVI s and their S>8tem,
but as the outsider's version of
an entirely justifiable state of
affairs. There was one, how
r, \\ ho not onh said "Yi 9 '
lo all that the 'ami Caliho
lies had told me, but hi
in denouncing the \\., s ,.| |,js
own Church in the Qui
country parish. 9 He wa 1 ihe
Rev.N. W, nergcronofl >gdens
burg, N, V., ,. |i;is ;i
brge French Catholic parish
But Uergeron isa French Cana
dian, born and educated for the
I n sthood 111 Quebei and h--
s' 'II owns pi p 1 :\ in ,,is nivi
village of Les Emboulements in
that province, to which he fre
mly goi s He v as coming
from there on a Sunday norn
ing win- 1 I met him, just Hftei
he had preached in his ,,|,i
church in the absence of the
pai ish j> 1 ie-t.
"He will not ash me to preach
foi inn. again," remarked fj 1
geron with a grin "'I gave ins
people s.....e strange stuff. riie\
s'"' 'I up to listen with thi h
i.an.Is to tin h ears, I fold them
that the t'hurch was humbug
'hem. I t,,|d (hi m not to
M" 'i'1 "'v rnnrf -,f 'h-n h ml ..,.,,
^(1 mi",1 V --n Lull.lint; ,,. u In, ,\!
'i' If li vi s- ,t in Ihe rdm
1 cli 'do 11 o 1I1 1 Mi, \
ha i- < ii.inc.- in the n,,.
MAFTY BMkn weofit tike to rmf tneft-
1 but an dascd

eiont onv!.r- for thmt_ Tfc -Ai:,
-: :""tl*r fe f
r m '"'/ 8fW " 7nc "** Milk
rood Ho. 1 for altornafc. V ,he
natural and pn-paml ftxKi in this ka* d o.^
fool should ho eontinued nnl.t (} w. ^^
has twn entirety eomi>letl. The motln-r h^r^lf
rn 11st be well nounshod an.1 to tins end may pa-
fnvly of tho "Allenburys" DIET partWly pre!
lZ K Tvk a!'J. w,"^"'n^'. which hkoth,.
Milk Food No tstoatantly Bade ready tor use
by s.mply addinB Unhn,, ljter only.
ch.lr birth the A..e1>uryV DJET is sur,,r1SinKIy
helpful m maintaining the strength and producing
a Kood How of rich milk.
Th "AIIpoK.i^.." CAAnc SJ^ _
The "Allenbury*" FOODS
For Infant*.
The "Allenburyi" DIET
For Nursing Mothers.
"kg**.,. UHk, ....
Mrth to .1 month.. S * montta.
Mailed Food No. J.
ma 6 morth. upw.,r,lj
The Allenburys- Feeder.
.ll-l.;,.! II..., |',...|1W ,,,,.
DushiiNC uii.l. r in
For Nursing Mothers. Invalids
Dvtoept.es. and the Agd
2.fi! 'li'linn (r IB
the Allenburys K.uJ, lor Infanta.
The Allenborrs- Insks
(Malted)
From 10 months upwards.
brvherntchinb.UryS' F?0jS "e m." ,' Under *'>ec,'a, P"^"1
6y machinery, and are entirely untouched by hand
Allen ii Hanburys Ltd.. London. England.
A.D. 1715. Established 200 Yean. A.D. 1915.
LOGWOOD
-' "'
SIS L
R.J.BOWE
Commission Merchant.
(Stock sold at 5 p.c. Commission)
v""<1 sold al 2] p. .-. according to qusi i
Continued o >rd p
I Al UT/L f\ TBD
sold .'it 11 p r .1, ;, irding lo quantity
Prompt and careful atti utibn given to ail Lonslghmenrs
^ ( 'Hi ;..,;> M.
Ufn i s V, i, uf
Christie's Neai Cit) M.ul,, i.
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The Tribmtt, Maitav, Saturday July 15, 1916,
L. GILBERT DUPUCII,
Editor and Proprietor.
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eity for a short while. As will
be seen by a CARD in another
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his attention to Piano tuning
while here. Anvone desiring
his services will find him at
Mrs. Oliver, 129 Bay St. or
"Tribune" Office. Mr Safford
is not canvassing.
This is a splendid opportuni-
ty to have your pianos put into
proper condition.
:o:
About 12 o'clock last night,
the Moon was in almost a total
eclipse.
I he S. S. Monterey sailed
from New York on Thursday
last at 5 p.m. with 21 passen-
gers and 13 packages for Nas
sau.
:o:
Hon. House of Assembly
________________ Monday, July 15th.
I'lle House met, the follow-
We cannot but feel that ling members being present:
"The House" did wisely 111 His Honour Harcourt Mai-
rejecting by a large mojority, colm, Speaker, Mr. \Y. C. B.
the compulsory Service Bill! Johnson, Deputy Speaker,
I'AYAIU.i: IN ADVANCK
Vlvertism,. Rataa:Sii pence per line
for first insertion; three pence pec line
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\ Iveitiseinfi.ts under cj^bt line- 4-.
Ube tribune
Saturday. July 15. 1916
While, we cannot agree with
those of our friends who seem
to think th.it the Bahamas
have done ALL thai t
might, yet we consider thai
kit has '
Hon. G. H. Johnson, Messrs.
Weech, Turtle, Bethell,Cole,
roote, Bain, I. roote, An
son, Adderley, Solomon,
Sweeting, Moseley, Armbris-
VVilliams, Yoi ng, \i
h.is been nothing short of Vlbury, lirice, Sav er. Cum-
in irvi lions. id A. K. Solomi
In our opinion, more still V Message from his Is
could be done by voluntar) lency'the Governor was ores
) en accomplished
Daughters of the Kmpire
Guild.
Collected by Mrs. Kendrick
at Hope Town, Abaco.
o.
CHILDREN OF THE EMPIRE FUND.
for maimed and blind
Soldiers and Sailors.
We have been requested
by the P. Sec'y to acknow-
ledge the following sums
which hive been received
by his Excellency on ac-
count of the above Fund:
Previously acknovt
ledged, .3
Boys Central School
per T..\. rilompso ',
Spanish Wells
School per Mr.
John A. Cui ry
The Currenl School
perMf.C. IT Hall 17s io|
Marsh II ,1 hour
S hool children
and others Per
Mr. G. Robei ts 7 J j
An ; thi King ol Egypt said
gyp*
......"Get you to your burdens." Kx.dus 5, 4.
19 3
6 12
o
5 'o
*9 17 2.'
The following is a list of
Contributions to the liel-
gian Relief Fund:
Ann units previously
X266 10 o
1 he House of Assembly brought in a Resolution for
Co;- script ion on Monday night.
0 Egypl is no death for thee are I'haroahs without end ?
And eei Israel to ihe lash must quivering shoulders bead ?
Wilt ever thou be hard of heart nor heed the rivers red
And scourge dumb architect! to build pyramids of dead ?
Must masters merciless of task still harass mad oppress
1 he innocent Jehovah charged to liberate and hless ?
U ill never righteousness and peace Le to the earth lestored
And Love Incarnate lift from man the shadow of the Sword ?
The empty deserts Egypt, answers all thy deeds of crime
the Fellaheen is all that's lelt of thy proud race to time
I 1 thorns" rifled cullers shamed beneath the desert hide'
Yet shameless sins that hade them he, hate, avarice and 'pride
hy pomp and bcautv Kgjrpt is consumed as by the flame
I he gloT; f..r a moment shone forever is the shame,
he ashes of thine aimies slain tossed by the desert's breath
I he p.,1.1. and thrones eclipse for which they sul ered death.
The chronicles of victories have crumbled to the sands
The pyramids exalted are the tombstones of the lands
The tenants ,,f thy towers are the owls thai jeer thv fate
'lie mole the only traveller that find! the city's
let forty centuries of'wrath discipline thei in vain
And powerless to point the goal such dark ambitions Rain
Yet thy deriding I'haroahs in speechlessness and dust
No parable preach to the Kin-s inheriting their lust
1 r ". 1 ,V........ enlistment, if tact and gentl. I by the Hon I r, Kintf FrlwarH VII*
su isn.n we re nlhmr.l i.,- .1.. 'I I,,,,........1 .......... Riug tawara Vila
Alexandria Chap
ter
su ision were allov ed tol I. .1 ihnson, informing the
'!i pi ice of the so new lal House with refen nee to h
pessimistic'death or glon Met No. 24 of the 20th Gordon Chaotei
methods at present in vogue, March, 1916, t ansmitting Daughters EmDire
roo much is said about the the Report of 1 he C mmission R Tynes Smith
of thecampnign, irtd "I Enquiryinlo IheAdminis R stanlev Hilton
tration of the Baham; b G< n t.; c Coakley
eral Hospital, that he h is r] ji" Currv
eith the Chairman f|. .1. Russell
o o
vantages f joining tin- col
mrs \ military training is a
mosl excellent thing Tom a
physical standpoint, and trav
el is <> ie <>f the finesl educal
ii p issible < iood Fo d, and
of the Board 1 if Commission
E. V. V. Sutton
ers and that great difficulty John' Burnside
Chas. W Bit by
(1. Rudolph Sweeting
Cash.
i). W.
W. E. s. C.
is being experiem ed in ob
tainingcandidates for the vac
plenty of it, is provided, p, ant posts of Nurse, HisExcel
nothing of the uniform lency invites the House
i -I 11pm m. Those who to granta sum of 100 to the
endanton the volun- Governor in Council to be I), \\ \ 1 *i11
teei arepovided for, and utilized, with the salaries foi <; V knowles
well provided for in his ab the above posts for providing \ Baker
n e 1 id everything is done the best nursing arrange- R B Cash
to freehimfrom unneccessaij ments that can be made un |,,s il parks
mi-v. In case of sickness in- derthepresent circumstances; I R Seymour
is carefully tended and nursed and without which he fear<
tck to health.the letter it ill not bepossible to ob
published from private tain an efficient Nursing
' 'i some time a"o is a Staff.
0
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4
5
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Where are the Seers deciphering the sermons in thv st. net -
The Prophets to declare the Word above thy moldering bones!
Ihe \01res in the Wilderness on tcrving through the Night
Gainst angry I'haroahs harnessine thecsptives for the fieht -
Alas for hopeless hearts that hear the burden of (he 'neat
for those who have adventure in ambition^ of the Mate
The Paladins and Satraps whom the hosts nf God nppresi
Hlmd guides that lead the-Kingdoms into Night and Nothinpi
IT C. CHRISTIE.
'Thechil.lr noflKwl hut traaau i i Pharoali I
Inl&Mei ivatimw lotferfroin the (am .. Fel el KeMrXSL'
irlle l.l undtherttberuiiiiol the trauure citiei | .
place* they mul i. I , wall- w, ..i,,,,,. .
th partition, hom fie,...,.,, ,,, M, ,,,!,'
e-li^Mus name was I'm, n the taculai name was '"
Frank Prit< hard
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1 iking pioof of that. \sto
e d inger, well, we all have
t 1 far.' d mgerS, and we can
li" quite sure thai none of our
S us would are to h ive it
Ihouffhl 'hit
rHtCY wo il-1 Vlbui
wish to still l< t!i n s';.i e of
w
I he risk. When "I n bo>
> ii" m'ircliing h 1 11 ," ;i no
' nibl m isl of I Ii in \\ ill.ihcy
willl> 'imp. ived ineveiy waj
\\'ll \ I a u we'll
e th 'in I An .e '.;;' those
who miss ?d the ell un. e ol
ing with 1 he in I'. 1 I keen I \
th it tii '\ in.
: .1 sir lifetime \ | heii
1 11 1 11 ; experiences I
/ill not bi pleased to i p
1 < Ios sly shuttered I
id we hops thai thei
p :ri.ni , will 1.1 t lie means 'if
I ting Hway itli thai all loo
..l'ii t Con su m p t i on
ling Iribil By tha w.ty,
w mi tli h,e wli 1 voted l >
the resolution havi inn
a leomfoi t I>I time c\ plain
1 i',r mntteis totheii cons tit u
nts.
:o:
Mr. I. B. ^afford "f Mi mil,
lit.. 1'iauo lunei an I Hi
.ntative for the Stale of I'l i
\' Sicmway and Saa>, is in the
On motion of |), Johnson,
His Excellency the (i ivi rnor
Mess ige No, .]<, was n fei'red
to a select commit tee.
On motion of \],
the rep u t of the s,-
n:n itee un il,,- queg
I ioilS nn,| an- weis je i\w
Audit 1 )ei. irtinenl ,\ is id p
(>n motion of Mr. \\,
the Kxpiring I nws Hill was
' ond t une.
It was in wed by Mr. I ur
t le that the follow ing I es lu
don b' i' reed to:
Uesolvi d. that in the rtpin
ion ol this House it is desii
able to introduce in the Colo
ny a system of Uni' ersal
ompulsory Militai\ sni (l,.
|l M moved as.in amend
nieut b. Mi Urn,', secoudi d
In Mi T. I oote, that ih>i
oluliOfl be not ngri ed i,.
'ei 1 onsider Tie discu
tin- ani'Midinciit was
by a I n ge in pa ity."
'The House ndj >u
\fnndny livening* 1
o'clock.
^27 1' 9
Rev. C. W. Smith Ci o 6
T. IT it. a o 0
1 Je > I. Chi istodou-
I ah is 300
(leo W. I lonnldson 100
W. IT Sands 10 o
\ Si hann 'ham I O 6
Hon. T. II. C. Loft-
house 2 >
C. I. I .oft house loo
Miss Ii. H. Roker i <
Mrs, B. I. W. \nn
In islei i o o
Mis. .1. \V. Holden 2 1 0
K. W I. McPherson 2 1 o
Miss \lbei ta Malcolm 2 _ 0
Cash 100
NTs. M. .1. Holmes.
Mi- C. R. Higga.
Miss Dorothy Ili^^s
Miss! M. Ha la nen.
Miss Kathleen Burnside.
I h< C*i ninlinn.
I Tut lev Albury
Nevi lie Stewart .
Ivan Bosfield
Dudley raylor.
Trever Ambrister
Dudley Kelly
W. Stewart Rae
Phankingyou Foryouri ourl
es)
I remain, yours truly
Di^. WALTER HESS
'I'l'' home a Mini.-, don't scatter
and gloom
wherelaogbtei 11 I i,K|lt ilfl;i, ihould
always hi..mil :
What though y,i\r travelled mat
dotty mile
1 '- "' -nil ulce home 1
sunle.
1
Hut much 11 meant) lf
'! ,"' '"V'; ': littl while,
1 yofdoubl iidooc lake hooi
imile.
I A 11
I Hiking about -ond, refresh
ing, consoling "smokes". Tn
'Co.ddev's': he not only guaran
I' m butgivessatisfaction Tn
Ins'Fig Perfection' FlakeTobe.
local Secretary co once,and u will pain \. u to
use any other brand : also' 'The
Allies c.gar-It is good to th.
end

17 5 "
(To b; Continued)
:p:
Julj 13 IQlC
the Kditnr of the liihiine
Advertise in
The Tril
lake the libei Ij of
Iging through youi
Ujf rd eipt ol I'll! thei
to i',e Red
I' ninl. f.....1 the
mid gentle*
11(1
I'heie will be seiVi es iii
the Seventh Day Adventist
chapel on Easl ShiHej St reel
al 7 30 Sunday night, July
ib, to which all are cordially
united. Subject, "What
;m' ,1" S ill its Are they
(ili' ^ts or real liein
:o:
ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL
Ml Sting Street.
. The Rev. G. \. Thompson
S. I. I)., Minister,
Inspiring lervicrs lomorrow :
, .in. s rlemnization r>f \la
trinionv between Victor I
son and Sarah Jan.- Tj nes. 11
a.m. sermon. Morning Theme
'The results ,.f disobe lience.
f.30 p.m. Evening Theme Job
ni\t\ his three friends.
Musi, |,y the Welcome Cor
net band.- Diffgis and Roberts
The public are requested to
Itteiid.
Take Home A Smile
rain bnma a |milt; focgel the iiiv
Tiip dull, grim [rin I 4 ,11 Um day'i af-
fain 1
I"1"' be TOO nail a
wfa
1 1 Iglrtto thoaa wli aja t.ike hme
a sni 1!
Radiograms
July 14th, 191b.
London, :Fighting
desperately in the face of de-
termined German attacks the
forces under General Haic
succeeded ms,erdav ,,, gain-
ing omtr0| of the" Maroeta
Hood wind, had beenentei
ed the previous nighl by the
(.Hinans.r In the same region
No'tn, of the Somme the
British made some progress
in the hones Wood an pulsed two heavy attacki
ugamsl Contalmaispn.
[he Germans art reported
to have lost heavily in their
attacks on Trones Wood
The French and German
forces South of the Somme
apparently are resting as
there has been almost no ac
livity in the regio 1 of Picardy
since the first of the week.
Around Verdun, however,
and especially on the right'
hank of the Meuse bitter and
heavy fighting is in progress


MUTI


The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday July 15, 1916,


between (he fortes of the Ger-
man Crown Trinee and the
French defenders of the fort
ress.
The Germ.ins following up
in the region of the Damioup
battery nave underlain d a
strong offensh e toward Fort
Souviile the p ssession of
whiehwould strengthen their
position for a further advam e
on Verdun.
Attacking in mass form
ation from the village of
Fleury and the Chapifre and
Vaux Woods the Germans
gained ground at the inti i
section ol the Fleurv and
Vaux roads. The gains how
ever Paris asserts was made
,ii the cost of enormous less
Violent bombardmi
ntinue in the region of
Souvill Chenois and La
I.at il
There was relal ive calm < m
the h-l't bank of the M< i i
The Russians have met
with suo ess in Ai menia and
report the i a'pture of Man
nakhalum fifty milt s W< st of
Enerourri and about the
same distance from Erzin
n, the object ive of the Rus
sians di ive
The Turkish fo n retreat
fii.'il tin town whii li
taken by assault set it on fire
Fighting continues at iso
pa Rfiver. The Russians I
3200 prisoners and nineteen
machin- guns
Baltmore: The ('< 1 man
mercial submarine Di itsch-
Church, has won tens of thous
for God and His truth.
II. St. Peier then proceeds '<>
teaeh us, in d< tail, how broi
lv love sli.mld be shown :
11 "'
land is loading a cargo of nickel pitiful, b courteous," he
and rubber I lei dep irrure date
is kc pt secret.
Cli il, South Carol in
I he Ian 1 icane which struck
tins coast last night did Con
' I iagi
citii s. The na> d collier 11
tor with 5 in trine r< ci wits for
San Domingo is in distress Bnd
n sent her.
1 Him :ane had abated today
Washington:- -J. H.'l
Clevi land h
I 'resident W
ln-.11. e "i i!i - ipn
I formei Jusl 1
Hugll
Chihuahua. Mexico: < '
1 a I Treviuo military eomman
der 1 'I the \ n the isi has issued
a 'Id laratiou that he and all
ai' m C u 1 'ii.'. is govein
men I are determined to estab
lish order in Mexio.
A popular
that 'Pity is'akin to love': In
de< from it. I
will keep us from judging nth
harshly. 11"\\ it toi
loving he irt 1
us rather than blami h n
m e fail. The pitiful Chi istian
takes ii'' ph asui e. e\ en in the
fall of an enemy from ( \<
re.
The word ri mien d '
I so means humblemii
Just ns "pitiful" points to oui
attitude : in troti
word us"
indicates nui eha trinui to
!- all men It foibids 11
and inn::..
Our Lord said "Li rn of Mr,
for I am meek and 1 !\ in
rt." We are folio
' ve may call, with
nil P". lei Gen
1 leman. from humbli 1
Carranzfl forces are pursuing mind, while harshness and un
Villa bandits and executing ofh
<( is as soon as captu
London: I liting offi
1 Cork
Si nn I' ei 11 toda \ .
BROTHERLY LOVE
I points on the Austro-! A Sermon for the fifth Sunday
Italian ironl and Rome re
porl ;i Adige
Valley, and the r< captnn in
paits of 11',s:|iona ol Monte
\u\ There were artillery
bombardments by both -ides
at other f> >ints on this front.
Vienna claims tin- repulse
of a strong Italian at tack on
Monte Rasto Soul h of the
Sugana Vallej
Washing in, 1 2; Flood
. onditions in 1 he South show
m arked improvement except
in the tenito \ around Selma,
Alabama, the Canton Ala-
bama dtsti icl .and the V\
"in tier of Countiies in Ala
bam 1 R tins have ceased en
tirely in mo t plai es and 1 iv
ers an I creeks are falling rap
idly.
:o:
15th July, 1
London, 1 |th.
Governor.
B 1 ham is
Official News July 1 |.th: -At
dawn wti attacked the in m\
nd system of defense. Our1
troops broke into hostile posi
tion on a front of four miles.
Fierce fighting has continued
all day. We are now m posses-
sion of enemyi se......I position
from Baxentin le Petit to Lon-
I ii lusiva and the whole
rronea Wood. Twti counter at.
lack-, were Completely crushed.
I .ater the eii'Min Itl led in
ipturing Bai ntin ! '
but our infantry immediately
dr.no them out and now occupy
the whole villa
Main- prisoners have fallen in.
to our hands.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW
London The British broke
into German second line trench
1 .1 four mile front in Somme
region. Heavy fighting contin
ues. Among the German prison
ers taken were two Colom
Rome The summit of Cns
telletto region was blown up
by Italians. I'm t of an Austrian
force was huned in the wreckage
Petrograd : Austrians and
Germans made furious countei
attacks yesterday West of Stri
after Trinity
Peti 1 III, 9 1
-s spiing in n
pride, sell impoi tan e Bnd self-
; ion.
III. warns us
hould not 1
Id's methods I he world
Ml n a bloW foi 0 blow !"
Mo, saj s the Holj Spirit "not
rend vil" in y<
il 1 a 111
"for railing" in youi
Peti i ould recall to m intl how
Ins Master 1 III them
: old bv
W Hilto 1
260 Hay S
ie mind a ion
brethren, thai curse you, da
itiful, . ii h ite j iu, and pra) fo
1 '. '. lich despite fully 1;
.-~rww......1 *.-
Shingles.

J5 r receivi d from Ja< ksoi 1
per 1000. No better 1
"I '1 imes" ( !y| n 1
larantei as II eB<
ive shin
aaile in 5.1
Ipril I 1.1
rin
C ( RS.
in ig : but conI
tluit
re thereunto called, th
i/J inherit
1. Jesus Chi 1st c.-.n.e to
us the Fatherhood of Ckh\ and
to establish a brotherli
a ; men. This biolhei boi id
died in i nl creeds
lii. hie,
and a. that je n
he childn n of your I
which is in Hea> en." I Ii would
recolh ct too, how Christ | rayed
or I 1 is mm Ii d 8S he
thought ol the Mastei 's a
,'tbat ye may In tli" children of
your Father' St. Pet
.. y inherit '
Holy, Catholic and the blessing of belonging to a
\ Church. loving brotherhood in the love
In the text St. Peter is sum o'/he great Father,
ming upthedutyol em ,M this war
in is ni the Chinch. Ihi a first
duty, ie says,
tempted to revile oui
We are
lilies
j of and to encourage a rac
d, "having compassion one )\ "r" tl"; l^u% of ,'
of another. I m- fhrwt and of lbs Church
pass....."means sympathj and !l
ti rig for 1 aln is. I'liis
unity of mind in mutual \\ in
pithy an old be full) show n
by loyalt) to thi oni I foly So
1 The first Christ ianswei e
One in then kindness and hue
towards I ach other, as well as
ilish thing; and wherever its
spirit enters it destro) all
ling This is why SI I '.
idds "knowing that ye are
therenato called that ve should
inherit a blessing." I le means
that we win by bearing and by
, suffering, even as our Saviour
111 their common belli F, SO tnat ,.. ,. ,
. 1 1. 1 in I is pat ience and 01 ii a ranee
ii became a provi rb see how
the one ano ,
ther."
If men are ol one mind in le
sns Christ tin y will presi ntly
unite for the defence ol ti e one
Faith in the tj which lb
won, by sufl 1 King
' ih mi in men ts whicl
never be dest ro; d
Continued From I tl Pa
founded, I unity
strength. It is not p issible foi
a 'live' CI ristian to 1 &\ t no ^<-
.tive 1' '.ati msliip with the
Church of hi 'I ter, as si
pretend I Ience the importance
..I "not forsaking the assembling
of ourselves logethi r, as t he
niannei i I' some 1"-" Regulai
atten,hn ai public worship, "fP*"1.........*, that inev
(especiallj at HolyCommunion ?b',(!d_tt V,"'" ,.'
the Lord's own service), i
definite sign that e are "all of
one mind," having sympathy
with another, and that we
"love as brethren." Indeed it
;! live brothei ly love
that we '" the
spirit of oui Father, by it we
Copy the f Jl impli 1 I our Saviour
Christ, and b\ it. also, the
Church fulfil ner sacred
Argument and 1
tro, pie. but
the spirit of brotherly love
within the divine Society, the
the Protestants wnil \\ ith the Cath
olics who Sp : i-h, I told
then all to learn F nglisli t" m
their chiIdren spen k it. i"i 1 them
h yrc.it many othn ihingi thej
neve> ha I heaid before ami if I
could talk i" tin mi every Sunday
I might be able to da iom good
in tins country.
"It is 1 me thai the people are
are
arms
tu give money when thi Rishop
ni the 1 >11 I 1 build a
great, magnificieiil Imrcli that
f, and
mortgage; b a first
mortgage, no maitei hi v many
le it, for 11 1- ri c<>gniz I by
the law of 1 rily
I h 'an whii h d
licfiin -i pnifan'e loan
11 1 ot pa
i hunch 1 ikes hi* pn<
nni.
' I I 'atI
hold my faith, '
rhediaevahsm on
1 nt
iry. Living and
I
"Wi t on thi
r reni I "." l an
ii lid "' me, "l ei ause 11
is ii.-ec-- 11 v lo hold ill en to
e atliolic I nth I- Kpei
: 1 a- that the 1 I
9 uIk 11 il
j 10 us.- some luiilian
...
I
If the Irish
1
aid have
in ih
u-' have onl) ibout i".
i-aiM English in Ihe I I
Bcho > s, but tio 1
use !ni il and 'Il nl lit.
We give tin 1 rail Ii
up to ten or tweb
I \ a 11 IO lead 111! WI It'
and figlll e ei I ep I hell
bin ti I he\ gil In
,v'oik, 1 Dough
cation to ri ad their pi
books and their qv rs on
Suudaj sand;!.'
lor thosi tostaj "a ti e
farms.
"They havi foi other
reading bi cause the woi 1. 1
hard. Supp<
high schools. What would be
the result ? We would produce
I* ci I young men who
wofild not bi onti ni to stay
on the farms and for whom
there would not be enough of
proper 1 mployment 1 IT
farms. We beliei < in 1 du< ation
but only enough for the m
of the p i d no more. Too
ninth maj be an evil. At the
tercentenan of (Juehei in 100 |
I was on n committee to aw
dlvei medals to females that
had been on the same farms in
the l'io\ irii of Quebec for 200
years or more. It \va 1 1
$ 27 yean or more. It
Mary to Rive 273
ine of the fnmi-
1 the same fauns
far t W
1 in volume we
of Gold <>f the
\.'
J hat we like to
churches that
I hey
1 1 1 id and notl,
.1 for him. I'hev ruin
"AS tO till II a.n in '
ii g our 1 1 n
. isi u 1 dmit think ti:
\ obligation on tie
dual 111 I
France Of 1 are pi
to bi British subjects It is
I i :'
to us when
do m We I
Ki nee,
ii.a f.H 1 In- I' rei ch Go\ 1
We m.i
We V
hghtI Q
(Vi !
Undei
tinguished p*iti

MirW. /-. \lloi r.K.C.::
and Lady Allai dyce.
An Entertainment,
A t the
("mis' Eastern School on
b'1 ulav, July 2ISt at 4:
A oil',, lii m will be taki n up
in aid of tli<'
Sailors and Soldi. 1 fund,
A CARD.
1. B. SAP FORD ol Mi
I' la. Steinway i'v Sons, Tum
and Representativi 1
State of r la. Special at I< ti
. will be given t(, /'.
Tuning. I Irders ma\
.it
"TRIBUNE" Ofl
Phone al
ICE
TilE Bahamas Timbi 1 (a
begs to draw atti ntion
of the public to thi
"\v selling lei
their 1.umber Office on I
St. City. Hours, 6 a in
Op-m.
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Bahamas Belgian Relief Fund
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I III SI VNDUF.W SOCIETY Of I ill BAHAMAS
Patron
His Ex ellencj Sir William L Allardyce, K > VI G
nmittee
Chairman The Honourable James P. Sands, M I (
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Honourable J R. C. Young, M..K C O. r 1'iitcliard, Esquire
ile Wjllram Millei, M. L C \ Kenneth Solomon. ,N.
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I. ('< tir'n e, M 11. A I Cyril F. Sol urn 1 I
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Phone 214
East Bay St
Chas. E. Bethell
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