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--t --— .. --•> ,„,,, ICK ''• tl wirriibl Mi .tri thai can ful atCnratr Shirley & Charlnif. •>., | ,U ,, J*|[, h 9 P hoilld h Satsau. ,. ,,.„„ WON I p, .. ;ov |. • %  I ., I I -.I 1 I 1 I UU I'll w\ %  a en to 1 iir : : : esponsi li %  %  %  I iWe will I hind and lua ha ust i ng t ha I trd to t hi %  : ilar set e will b Hi ieni II pro tint '" I' 1 portion ol I ati< >n. %  %  % % %  < .... .li.. ffl ..• %  %  Wllfl UH! 1klf I IN AKVANii li; I I 4 ND I') %  POUTERS TACTFUL. \ i i Q t lema n of ei gh ty • be wuoune Thursday, August i. I9ifr III\ |, |, ''I -, i "| 1113 -. ui luit'K st. We 1 i.. • ,..,. ing il now,'but 1 %  %  : the ill ol about merit Hu n said to -I iy. )wih| indispi isil m : Governoi 1 tut j i"hi I I 1 from the fuui lion, am liurch." I 1 : 1 %  lencv and I ,ad\ At j j miss. FOREIGN SUBSTANCE timelh. Prii t< ,, retary proved a ho.1 11111.1. I 1 tl I in ....ill.,,..1 j 1 himsi If in the matter 1 il tei taining ih se who a\ 1 en • %  19 %  large hi Iy gathei 1 nd it was e\ i t thai the men in khaki feeling Uie of Kv • I '•!!< Il .1 I to undvr iei IUS pli I : nd we ea I 'i I lenc; maki 1 1 >rough y. I ii refe.i in e to the I ida 51 1 \ ite makes pi op I e think plentj and s.pi cul I'll ,[-\\. I' 'pe the G ei nmentmaj be flbli ui, ii,,. situa lion in sui What n nt of et a pi ninoyam 1. to sa ;i1 I 1 ibl icommunii a'tion wil 1 ii and MiddleA %  rn Man J 'I Go rnor is ke 1 o 1 iut-1 'ii 1 %  .1 We ' 1 %  11 1 f con tmtie. li is a pity we la fT> > I v used ;p n %  ; i 11 a 1 I about I We I li • %  :r 1 • ml ind un food team 01 %  'in mil I %  % %  • 1 N i.-iu tnd •! •'' %  n N a 1 d a 11 point in the I'n States IK |I HI ; I and %  that they wen 1 %  I of t 1 "' 1 inCon %  s i hat have left oui shores. REFLECTIONS. p iiiconvenii nee and obsti MI li. H I in on task "f imp ivoided, if ih" 11 1 reguiati ns m di and i nip sed by luin*oili ia I nsible for MUM if bring wi re in ide to ope 1 a 1 iod at'least, and ."u mad. that n 1 > 1111 i n g 11 up!" "Hun usi tun the othi r i 1 out-" I Telegrams 1 • \ City: to Washi 1 export n| in tlilllllC Cl acti ie ti Pom*! — :<>: — .' London, 1 '. nil s ani I 1 German fpiees virtu; llv on I'. e r m a 1 ;: : of %  list of ab ally ii" %  • •• 1 1 e con ted ad\ the British and Fn ncl and the recapt om the n < i. 1 \ 11; 11 r 1 it I id I pn fr< in Wi st of 1 ' Wood I Russi pro hi 'I the Westi 111 ban I a irStol larv hai i to MISI n •' heavj eoui < ierman infant ry whi< li %  thai in ii ling the K'a-1 \ em es in ful and 1l1.1t lliey I ii t brow n ba k threi I imi s Hie Ku' 1 railn lin cla in ther • • Poisk w Idle Vienn; that \\ N01 Ihw esl 1 Lutsk the i in att %  heavy ned. In (ia ii. 1,1 >gi ad ; 11 1 he K01 l*c h e k u' 1 1! nized 1 • Iro-Geri 1 priI %  ' \ ner, pei lexcepl 1 Wi numerous insl hti'l : a G nven ol lerulous 1 i 1 1 ii" tionsof 1 identti 1 e 1 1 %  Hi. |s, viial inclined to the b< lief Ani li is b i'n ii m id n< to nd cerl n lions 1 time to I MMI 1 latioi 0 1 Vaux' noi line too ih i' 1 11 01 1 %  virtu11 lively fi lit i' • ith in posi 1 ii. In C ns have advanced fur lirziiiga 11 1 o v rd t ion of Mosul. Ih |'u rding to Cot i,| e ptured An tin k, a 1 iua ting position I I with ' n at Onthel -nt (''M^ %  %  %  that! nd lep t ii".. T vns, 1 :-General Fun*>l I • pnt



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-< ^ai depart m< nl at Washington a telegram n n ium ing liia intention t( tl ii us gu irdsmt n camps of respond* nts i "ui false .>.. ounts • in tin camps. PAL Bui let i ol the ai my will publish (onx copies ol h tters writti n l\ I'n sident Poincaire, I >..\ id Lloyd ;IIKI ii ii. I V I 1 11 ,IM : ISUI d by arm sei of l rder nl ifl ifter refen ing to wh t Ii • :> done in I l %  .'.o •,' %  i les: I he moment is approai hing tin ler, I h of • pmili 1 i w i 11 %  1 %  Berlin: I ps pene com in %  nches Ii tw i en Mn •: I Clery in the ei fully fi r %  I ||( III Monaou Faim %  • thing I '. m fhursdaj morning 11 attorm y% that h pe has been given up. I. indon:— Messagis from >i sa)s lh i tli' D.inish \utli not ileof the Danish l Indies to the I Initi d Nev port Mi 5: 1 heSub f Ueutchlnnd is repi it uii near Thimble ] >, five miles fr rii Forl M ni %  Vew Yin k: Infantile v numben and there • 166 new a I City: fwo a e found floating in tKe ne II th • seem of the i x plosii ai on Blai k Turn's Island, No r j has nami d appiai value "I t he linei A| ni pi limin y to tun I'IIII I l tiding ;:II p[)i ;il against th< court. • \\ m: A resnlul has I i en int rodui %  %  con : promi %  reai admiral. I he n lution rep i i North Poh in : 1 ruitinU (I. Continued l>om t ir .t V K My received at Bal a ' %  | %  itervii I I his v ful, ill i m ninet) null s oi the s that tin III.MI twenty l imes, tw ' the Mi 'i i i Sea and I ish Channel. ( Ince, in the Chan floor For ten hou '' ii •How the / '. il moi • are being built. Tiie origi is \h. A hmann, of D I in! the owned by the I Ocean N • % %  %  • tionComi an) i I Bremen i %  %  b) .\ ( i erman Llovd men. RUPTURE CURED STUARTS PLAPAO PAH t* I %  DRINK-Welch's Grape uuice PRICE 2s. 3d. ii Pints, Is. 4d., las. per d< >/. | Pints, 9d. Ss. 6d. pei doz. | Pints, 5d. 4s. Gd. per dm. T BLACK S 222 Bay St, AND The Nassau Candy Kitchei Opp. Hotel Colonial. Phone 214 East E Chas. E. Beth* holesale and Retail Dealer ii Ales • fcPPv T"I %  S r pi %  %  I ea I •"*• uctaohed t, %  tone. *!** i %  hcfOM %  i i I A*. ')od old Medal Inlornn Mortal Exposition, Komn | Ci-utiil Prix at P^ I r'lASTIR MO CO. LTD. Wines S p i r i JOHN BUTLER '•.**. "frmr'H PAO-CERATf .'.. %  -. OfTi. Bay St.. East Phoi CjmmisGiJn Merchant, Auctioneer and %\ Estate Aent EXPORTER Sisal, Spcn£es, Bark, Cotton and Woods AGENT NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, I



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I--.. I Coakiey's 'Perfection' v Fig 1 Tobacco m, ARROW COLLAR Ai! Arrow collars an tnadeolfabi tcs bleached shrunk in our own plants* They always fil and sit correctly 4nd are tin most durabk UNs.li W NASSAU'S BS91 U i ui BBS 11 ii, PBABOCf & CO fa M | B i KS.. TRoY, M, Y. i C. L. LOFTHOUSE E • I'isive Ajent. ICE *Hli 1 m is Timbt i ( 1 to draw attenl fl! ' %  that they are n a tin h Lumber Offi< i on i | Sl ( Hours, 6 a.m. to 6 p Th "Best" Light. A / is no i Brighter than i leclri. or acetylene. M kes an ins lls 0 w n Cost utsa No dirt, smoke nor i loi Over 200 styles, ranging from loo I AJ dutelj s?uaranti I \\i te for illustrated logne TH ST LIGHT CO %  > / B. 5th St, Cat "p£fl U f I :. IN | S i ts name and Perfei %  ; • quality. Keeps |. C. COAKLEY'S • • It to rati de of thi-w •;•!,!<.. : • t til ? will %  Prices 6AI l : Vllies" rd. I are the I • %  • %  and stillat the front and good he end J. C. C0AK1 i i •i Bay St. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER r\ESI RES to inform his L / friends and the Public that he has just ret d a le outfit of fat ilities BS of an undertaker, which places him in n Mtion tot .it i \ out Funerals that in;i;, be entrust d to liifi care with system and despatch : and respectfully soli cits their patronage. Get my prit e first and prove that %  • are the very lowest lor first class work. NOTICE r*HH is to infoiin ii!\ 1 Patrons and the Public, that I have opened mj Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do thing in the linefGt nerral repair or new work Horse shot in.!;,i specialty.All work done Mechanieallv FOR SALE-On i 1,011 ' Ho >d ondition \ P ply .to James Kelly, cab "| I ribune" Offii i. I Advertise in he Tribune. THE AGILITY % %  %  ;" %  Iwpiflgpowen of the KANGAROO are •""7 ;'' 'he world over. \ H Igility, however, is lkd by ,!„• ease and quickness with which Bi JUOHT SOAP expels dirt from the clothes in the wash SUNLIGHT SOAP yswell-earrredand worldwide distinction Bfl B Soap of thefirst quality. Its reputation )s maintained In the /.'ooo Guaranp %  <.l 1'nrity given vvith ever) bar, and by the good report of millions of housewives who use if daily. 4W WHY NOT TRY IT. I i BH Heat Eat It'sG reat Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. per tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. for 3d. At The N ew York Mouse Shingles. IlKT received from Jacksonville j x i 9 Btst Cypress at^li Ojgttaao. p N o better grade than these on the foarket \ 2 lr ""' • Phis grade carrleJC same guarantee AS theBests." our .. Anvde '' in i.e returned \\%o cheaper grade in stock ^"I6*h.! 9 i6 CCSAUNDERl



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lull...., ix.Mi, IMS iiirmr in veiba me-Htstrl Betnj) bound to awettr to the Dngmne o( no Master, VOL. XIII. NBi-iiiMi N. P.. Bn.he.tnR., IlllRSNAV AURUII V 1916 No. 221 Germany's Underwater Street To America. Substantial | .1 rtsulls tin voyage ol tlie >eutcht ami its p KtSibla succi ssors an •••••ii by many editorial observCaptain Komg brought ovei .1 cargo of dyestuffs val approximately at $i, .. %  while ins b..at cost onl) hall that su e ib to return u ith %  ol i ubbei and ni< kel %  • N York Journal o) Comm iota out; "there aie other thing! out of which profit may be made, even at ol tins kind of tram portation, while the war lasts, proving that the submarinemerchantmen may be a i i ile craft in tune of emit may even be a kind nation has been guilt) of uuneu liality because We have inanu factured and sold munilious of .'. ai and other supplies to the Allied nations of Europe, "lie verj purpose is one of evasion, il not of direct \ iola i lion, of what is called law be 'tween nations in time of war. | Assuming that (ireat Britain and her Allii have a genuine blockade against trade between seriously this ai d similar Questionings of th the British bio. kade,and it ; .i_\s; "An occasii nal submarine' merchantman getting tbi would be only a blockade-runner, and a few Germany and neutral c luntri runners do not prove that ft which they have a light to blockade i.'' %  •maintain with the utmost sides, the law of bl< must strictness, the] canof course in be taken for what is it and in tercrepl the undersea uaft on u should transpire that Ger theii way out ii they can catch nany lias at last found the them into port they may des ol arrying needed Am troj them. But suppose they erican products to hei ports, it reach a neutral port and rlis will be seen at once that il was charg< tl eil cargo, and load up not American unfriendless but for the return trip with all sorts lan incapacity that limited I of contraband goods for the our sales to Allied nations." i enemy of tlrose Allies, with da Mindful of her future suprem ,iber atl aC) on the seas, says a Wash ington correspondent of the -. Yoi k Evenin ; Sun, Eng land will assert 'that all under of iry in time of pea I lieu there are the ad van I r .many wins in si" • [ through securitii i and paj ers. 1 bis sub marine trade " ill be "I great advantage to Am.Mica, too," -> the delighted Profi Mu i larvard. Quite ome, agri es the New V.n k .' .. HI view of I'.i i tis i iic M ai Araerii an mails.' If a regular service is established, and -;, per i ent of the i •. iges irei ompletcd safely we read in the B iston N Bun '.'•. "a serious shortage of ill no longer exist." Med1 si cin h i, we ie.nl in the press welcome the possible c<\i.\ of a mortage In aspirin, sal' %  jmid other drugs. Me %  %  em iten'al benefits, N< W II", en / an:,;/ Courier believes thai 'the visit of the submarine merchants! ip ,rid her sue. essful re turn home, laden with Ameri %  HI pr. lu ts, \ .in ing out of sight and ; water at the least sign of peril on the surface. There can be no doubt about the purpose .'I anying on con traband trade with neutrals ami violating embargo, and ev ading the %  '< %  ckade, just as far as it can suci essfully accom [dished No doubt that is the right of t ie belligerent so long as it does not itself make any attack upon other merchant Vessels or violate the rights of neutral : but how about the ob ligations of neutrals in regard M the use of their ports for this • 1 of tiade, which is deliber ly planned and directed for the defeat of the blockade nl the other end of the line?" International law, concludes T/'.v Journal of Commerce, "did not contemplate any such situation as this'' Other editors contend that this peaceful sub marini has made rubbish of the establish. .1 laws of war at sea. I low fof instance, quotes the New York Evening Post,can the right of "visit and search" be "any longer worth a marlinespike, w hen a merchant shipenn divr like a loon on the approach of an enern) criser?" But The Evening Post can hardly take the circumstances to which it is applicable. An aeroplane '\ ing over a blockading squadron would not demonstrate that the blockade was not valid in law; no more can a sub: lip pingunder the cruise rs < n block ade." Columns of newspaper discus sion of new possibilities in in ternational law must remain, however, somewhat academic until something happens to the U hland, or until the Allied Governments take some official notice of it. Meanwhile, certain facts re garding this first transatlantic [/•boat lines arc thus briefly tabulated by the Brooklvn /. \Sle: Commando'Ca| I i 3 ol men I el 300 fiet Tonnage.. 791 tons < ; 1) : I ; ie clays I I %  • Jui I Inly ') Distance ilcs (Continued on 3rd page) Just Arrived Enamel Beds, and Springs, Fancy Goods, and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. Bay St. and Victoria Ave,


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Publication Date: Thursday, August 03, 1916
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lull...., ix.Mi, ims iiirmr in veiba me-Htstrl
Betnj) bound to awettr to the Dngmne o( no Master,
VOL. XIII.
NBi-iiiMi N. P.. Bn.he.tnR., IlllRSNAV AuruiI V 1916
No. 221
Germany's Underwater
Street To America.
Substantial | .1 rtsulls
tin voyage ol tlie >eutcht
ami its p KtSibla succi ssors an
ii by many editorial observ-
Captain Komg brought
ovei .1 cargo of dyestuffs val
approximately at $i, ..
while ins b..at cost onl) hall
that su e ib to return u ith
ol i ubbei and ni< kel
N York Journal o)
Comm iota out; "there
aie other thing! out of which
profit may be made, even at
' ol tins kind of tram
portation, while the war lasts,
proving that the submarine-
merchantmen may be a i i
ile craft in tune of em-
it may even be a kind
nation has been guilt) of uuneu
liality because We have inanu
factured and sold munilious of
.'. ai and other supplies to the
Allied nations of Europe,
"lie verj purpose is one of
evasion, il not of direct \ iola
i lion, of what is called law be
'tween nations in time of war.
| Assuming that (ireat Britain
and her Allii have a genuine
blockade against trade between
seriously this ai d similar Ques-
tionings of th
the British bio. kade,and it ;.i_\s;
"An occasii nal submarine'
merchantman getting tbi
would be only a blockade-run-
ner, and a few
Germany and neutral c luntri runners do not prove that ft
which they have a light to blockade i- .''-
maintain with the utmost sides, the law of bl< must
strictness, the] canof course in be taken for what is it and in
tercrepl the undersea uaft on
u should transpire that Ger theii way out ii they can catch
nany lias at last found the them into port they may des
ol arrying needed Am troj them. But suppose they
erican products to hei ports, it reach a neutral port and rlis
will be seen at once that il was charg< tl eil cargo, and load up
not American unfriendless but for the return trip with all sorts
lan incapacity that limited I of contraband goods for the
our sales to Allied nations." i enemy of tlrose Allies, with da
Mindful of her future suprem ,iber.atl
aC) on the seas, says a Wash
ington correspondent of the
-. Yoi k Evenin; Sun, Eng
land will assert 'that all under
of
iry in time of
pea I lieu there are the ad
van I r .many wins in
si" [ through securitii i
and paj ers. 1 bis sub
marine trade " ill be "I great
advantage to Am.Mica, too,"
-> the delighted Profi
Mu i larvard. Quite
ome, agri es the New V.n k
.' .. hi view of I'.i i
tis i iic M ai Araerii an
mails.' If a regular service is
established, and -;, per i ent of
the i . iges irei ompletcd safe-
ly we read in the B iston N
Bun '.'. "a serious shortage of
ill no longer exist." Med-
1 si cin h i, we ie.nl in the press
welcome the possible c<\i.\ of a
mortage In aspirin, sal-
' jm- id other drugs. Me
em iten'al benefits,
' N< W II", en / an:,;/ Courier
believes thai
'the visit of the submarine mer-
chants! ip ,rid her sue. essful re
turn home, laden with Ameri
' hi pr. lu ts, dispose ol the charge that this
watei boats are warshipsor
potential warships." The the
ory would doubtless be that, as
Mr. Frederick K. Coudert puts
it, "the very nnti.re of a Bub
marine would apj an ntly indi
cate that she was not built for
peaceful purposes. 'Ike placing
of a lot ol baled hay upon the
dccl; of a dreadnougt would not
change the chain, ter of the
ship, and the same presumption
is against tin- peaceful character
"f a submai me."
The problem confronting our
Government is complicated, as
the Baltimore News observes,
"by the fact that a submarine
like the DeafeA/aMdisessentally
a war period vess. I, tho not a
war vessel." "Suppose this new
craft to be just wh.it is claimed
for it, carrier of merchandise,
without naval equipment, or
any purpose of attack, or even
of lorci le resists e, what,"
asks the the New York Journal
i {Commerce in this connection,
"is likelj t.. be its practical re
lation to belligerent and neu
tral rights and obligations '-"
>\ .in ing out of sight and
; water at the least
sign of peril on the surface.
There can be no doubt about
the purpose .'I anying on con
traband trade with neutrals
ami violating embargo, and ev
ading the !'< ckade, just as far
as it can suci essfully accom
[dished No doubt that is the
right of t ie belligerent so long
as it does not itself make any
attack upon other merchant
Vessels or violate the rights of
neutral : but how about the ob
ligations of neutrals in regard
M the use of their ports for this
1 of tiade, which is deliber
ly planned and directed for
the defeat of the blockade nl
the other end of the line?"
International law, concludes
T/'.v Journal of Commerce, "did
not contemplate any such situ-
ation as this'' Other editors
contend that this peaceful sub
marini has made rubbish of the
establish. .1 laws of war at sea.
I low fof instance, quotes the
New York Evening Post,can the
right of "visit and search" be
"any longer worth a marline-
spike, w hen a merchant shipenn
divr like a loon on the approach
of an enern) criser?" But The
Evening Post can hardly take
the circumstances to which it is
applicable. An aeroplane '\ ing
over a blockading squadron
would not demonstrate that the
blockade was not valid in law;
no more can a sub: lip
pingunder the cruise rs < n block
ade."
Columns of newspaper discus
sion of new possibilities in in
ternational law must remain,
however, somewhat academic
until something happens to the
U hland, or until the Allied
Governments take some official
notice of it.
Meanwhile, certain facts re
garding this first transatlantic
[/boat lines arc thus briefly
tabulated by the Brooklvn
/. \Sle:
Commando'- ......Ca| I
i ...............3 ol men
I el......300 fiet
Tonnage.......................... 791 tons
< -........... ; 1) :
I ; ..............ie clays
I I .................Jui I Inly ')
Distance................. ilcs
(Continued on 3rd page)
Just Arrived
Enamel Beds,
and Springs,
Fancy Goods,
and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin.
Bay St. and Victoria Ave,


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IN AKVANii
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POUTERS
TACTFUL.
\ i i q t lema n of ei gh ty
be wuoune
Thursday, August i. I9ifr
III- \ |, |,
''I -, i
"| 1113 -. ui luit'K st. We
1 i.. ,..,. ing il
now,'but 1

. : the ill
ol about
merit Hu n said to
-I iy. )wih| indispi isil m :
Governoi 1 tut j i"hi I I 1
from the fuui lion, am liurch." I
1!: 1 . lencv and I ,ad\ At j
j miss. FOREIGN SUBSTANCE
timelh. Prii t< ,,
retary proved a ho.1 ,
11111.1. I 1 tl I in ....ill.,,- ..1 ___ '
j 1 himsi If in the matter 1 il
tei taining ih se who a\
1 en 19 large hi
Iy gathei 1 nd it was e\ i
t thai the men in khaki
feeling Uie of
Kv
I '!!< Il .1
I to
undvr iei ius pli
I : nd we ea
I 'i I lenc;
maki 1 1 >rough y.
I ii refe.i in e to the I
ida 51 1 \ ite makes pi op I e
think plentj and s.pi cul
I'll ,[-- \\.
I' 'pe the G ei nmentmaj be
flbli ui, ii,,. situa
lion in sui What n nt of
et a pi ninoyam 1. to sa .
;i1' I 1 ibl icommunii a'tion
wil 1 ii and Mid-
dle- A rn Man .
J 'I Go rnor
is ke 1 o 1 iut-1
' 'ii 1 .1 We
' 1 11 1 f
con
tmtie. li is a pity we la
fT> > I v used
;p' n ;' i 11 a
1
I about I
We I '
li :r 1 ml ind un
food team 01
'in mil '
I - 1 N i.-iu tnd ! !
'' n N a 1 d a
11 point in the I'n
States
Ik |i
hi ;
I
and
that they wen
1 I of t1"' 1 in- Con
s i hat have left oui
shores.
REFLECTIONS.
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iiiconvenii nee and obsti mi
li.hi in
on task "f imp
ivoided, if ih" 11
1 reguiati ns m di and
i nip sed by luin*- oili ia I
nsible for Mum if bring
wi re in ide to ope 1 a
1 iod at'least, and
."u mad. that
n 1 > 1111 i n g 11 up!"
"Hun usi
tun
the othi r i 1
out-- I
Telegrams
1 \ City:
to Washi 1
export n| in
tlilllllC Cl
acti ie ti
. Pom*!
:<>:
.'
London, 1 '. nil
'
s ani I 1 Ger-
man fpiees virtu; llv on
I'.
e r m a 1 ;:
: of
list
of ab
ally ii" 11 e con
ted ad\ the Bri-
tish and Fn ncl
and the recapt om the
n < i. 1 \ 11; 11 r 1
it I id I pn fr< in '
Wi st of 1 ' .
Wood
I Russi pro
hi 'I the Westi 111 ban
I a irStol
larv hai
- i to misI n ' heavj
eoui < ierman
infant ry whi< li

thai in ii
ling the K'a-- 1 \
em es in ful
and 1l1.1t lliey I
ii t brow n ba k threi I imi s
Hie Ku' 1 railn
lin cla in ther
Poisk
w Idle Vienn; that \\
N01 Ihw esl 1 Lutsk the
i in att
heavy
ned.
In (ia ii. 1,1
>gi ad ;
11 1 he K01
l*c h e k u' 1 1!
nized 1

Iro-Geri 1 pri-
I .
' ' "
! \ ner, pei lexcepl
1 Wi
numerous insl hti'l : a G
nven ol
lerulous 1
i 1 1 ii" tionsof 1 identti
1

e 1 1
Hi. |s, viial
inclined to the b< lief Ani
li is b i'n ii m id n< to
nd cerl n lions
1 time to I
mmI 1 latioi
0 1 Vaux'
noi line too
ih i' 1 11 01

1
virtu-
11 lively fi lit i' ith
in posi 1
' ii.
In C
ns have advanced fur
lirziiiga 11 1 o v rd
t ion of Mosul. Ih |'u
rding to Cot i,|e
ptured An tin k, a
1 iua ting position
I I with
' n at
Onthel -nt (''M^
' that!
nd
lep
t ii".. T vns, 1 :--
General Fun*>l I pnt



-<
^ai depart m< nl at
Washington a telegram n
n ium ing liia intention t(
tl ii us gu irdsmt n camps
of respond* nts
i "ui false .>.. ounts
in tin camps.
Pal Bui let i
ol the
ai my will publish (onx
copies ol h tters writti n l\
I'n sident Poincaire, I >..\ id
Lloyd ;iikI ii ii.
I V I 1 11
,im : isui d by
arm
sei of l
rder
nl ifl ifter refen ing to
wh t Ii :> done in I
l !.'.o ,' i les:
" I he moment is approai hing
tin ler, I h of
pmili
1 i w i 11
'
1 .
Berlin: I ps pene
com
in nches Ii tw i en
Mn : I Clery in the
ei fully fi
' r I ||( III
Monaou Faim

thing
I
'. m fhursdaj morning
11 attorm y% that h pe
has been given up.
I. indon: Messagis from
>i sa)s lh i tli'
D.inish \utli not
ileof the Danish
l Indies to the I Initi d
Nev port Mi 5: 1 heSub
fUeutchlnnd is repi it
uii near Thimble
] >, five miles
fr rii Forl M ni
Vew Yin k: Infantile
v numben
and there 166 new a
I City: fwo a
e found floating in tKe
ne ii th seem of the i x
plosii ai on Blai k Turn's Is-
land,
No r
j has nami d appiai
value "I t he linei A| ni
pi limin y to tun
I'iiii I l tiding ;:ii p[)i ;il
against th<
court.
\\ m: A resnlul
has I i en int rodui con
: promi '
reai admiral. I he n
lution rep
i i North Poh in :
1 ruitinU (I.
Continued l>om t ir .t V
K My
received at Bal a
' | itervii
! I I his v
ful, ill i m ninet) null s
oi the s
that tin
iIi.mi twenty l imes, tw
' the Mi 'i i!i Sea and I
ish Channel. ( Ince, in the Chan
floor
For ten hou
'' ii
How the / '.
' il moi are
being built. Tiie origi
' is \h. A hmann,
of D I in! the
owned by the I Ocean
N . tionComi an) i I Bremen
i b)
.\ (ierman Llovd men.
RUPTURE CURED
STUARTS PLAPAO PAH -
t* I
DRINK--
Welch's Grape uuice
PRICE
. 2s. 3d. ii
Pints, Is. 4d., "
las. per d< >/.
| Pints, 9d.
Ss. 6d. pei doz.
| Pints, 5d.
4s. Gd. per dm.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St,
and The Nassau Candy Kitchei
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Phone 214
East E
Chas. E. Beth*
holesale and Retail Dealer ii
Ales
fcPPv
T- "I
.

S r pi .
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I "*
uctaohed
- t,

tone.
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hcfOM

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A*- ')-
od old Medal InlornnMortal Expo-
sition, Komn | Ci-utiil Prix at P^
' I
r'lASTIR MO CO. LTD.
Wines
S p i r i

JOHN BUTLER
'.**. "frmr'H
PAO-CERATf
.'..-.
OfTi. Bay St.. East
Phoi
CjmmisGiJn Merchant, Auctioneer and
%\ Estate Aent
EXPORTER
Sisal, Spcnes, Bark, Cotton and Woods
------------------AGENT-------------------
NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, I


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I Coakiey's
'Perfection'
v Fig1 Tobacco
m,
ARROW
COLLAR
Ai! Arrow collars an
tnadeolfabi tcs bleached
shrunk in our own
plants* They always
fil and sit correctly 4nd
are tin most durabk
UNs.li W
NASSAU'S
BS91 U i ui BBS
' 11 ii, PBABOCf & CO fa
m | B i KS.. TRoY, M, Y. i
C. L. LOFTHOUSE
E I'isive Ajent.
ICE
*Hli 1 m is Timbt i (
1 to draw attenl
fl! ' that
they are n a.
tin h Lumber Offi< i on i |
Sl ( Hours, 6 a.m. to
6 p
Th "Best" Light.
A '
/* is no i
Brighter than i leclri. or
acetylene. M kes an ins
lls 0,wn Cost utsa
No dirt, smoke nor i loi
Over 200 styles, ranging from
loo I
AJ dutelj s?uaranti I
\\i te for illustrated
logne
TH ST LIGHT CO
> / B. 5th St, Cat
"pfl U f I :. IN |Sits
! name and Perfei
; quality. Keeps
|. C. COAKLEY'S
It to rati
de of thi-w ;!,- !<..
':
t til
'? will

Prices 6aI ,
l: Vllies"
rd. I are the I
and stillat the front and good
he end
J. C. C0AK1 i i
i Bay St.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
r\ESI RES to inform his
L*/ friends and the Public
that he has just ret d a
le outfit of fat ilities
bs of an under-
taker, which places him in n
Mtion tot .it i \ out Funerals
that in;i;, be entrust d to liifi
care with system and des-
patch : and respectfully soli
cits their patronage. Get my
' prit e first and prove that
are the very lowest lor
first class work.
NOTICE
r*HH is to infoiin ii!\
1 Patrons and the Public,
that I have opened mj
Public Black Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
thing in the linefGt ner-
ral repair or new work Horse
shot in.!;,i specialty.All work
done Mechanieallv
FOR SALE-On i
1,011 ' Ho >d ondition \P
ply .to James Kelly, cab
' "| I ribune" Offii i. I
Advertise in
he Tribune.
THE AGILITY
';" Iwpiflgpowen of the Kangaroo are
""7 ;'' 'he world over. \H Igility, however, is
lkd by ,! ease and quickness with which
Bi juoht Soap expels dirt
from the clothes in the wash
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
yswell-earrredand world-
wide distinction Bfl B Soap of
thefirst quality. Its reputation
)s maintained In the /.'ooo
Guaranp <.l 1'nrity given
vvith ever) bar, and by the
good report of millions of
housewives who use if daily.
4W WHY NOT TRY IT.
I i BH
Heat Eat
It'sG
reat
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up, after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York Mouse
Shingles.
IlKT received from Jacksonville j x i9"Btst Cypress at^li
Ojgttaao.pNo better grade than these on the foarket \ 2
lr""' Phis grade carrleJC
same guarantee as theBests." our
.. Anvde'' in i.e returned
\\%o cheaper grade in stock
^"I6*h.!9i6 CCSAUNDERl


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