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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday October 21,1916. L. OILBKKT DUPUCI1, Editor and Vropriitor. OFFICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts A assail, N. P., Bahamas I'lIONK 2m P. O. BOX M& PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Momlay, We.liie.vlay and Friday— single copy J<1 Tuesday, and Thursday—single copy id Sali.nl.iv— single cony ... i id Weekly yl Mi'iithK ... ... ... ... is. 6d Quarterly RalfYearlv "fearlv 1 8I'AYABLK IN ADVANCK Advertising Kates :—Six iieoce [iei h 11 %  or first insertion: three pence per hue (or second insertion ; an ly pei line loi tubsq n-ni inscttio i-. ti< %  j H %  'Mil 1 •. omitted Or alten '1 lie whole mighl be unfitted To work f u perfect goud. Our plan may 1* disjointed Bot are may calmly rest What iv d bas inted Is bettas tfa 10 out Ix-'st. \\V cano t u t before us But ne shall be Our (i-i.i is no long l.irner, A DBSSa t help is lie. Ana when amid out blindness His disapp 1 tments tall We trust His loring kindness Wh' se witdom sends then. all. They are the pur| I That hide His glnri I i. 1 1 They are the li I Wl ... ;hl bio Where truth and mere y :. From broken alabaster %  as .'1 itbless fragi 1 1 shed The spikenard Bowed the • Upon the Saviour's b N shattered box of oinlnx nl V, i r need e^ret For out of disappointment Flow sweetest (-deans yet. Then trc ruble not anil shrink not When disappointment nears lie trustful still and think not To realize all fears. While we are meeklv kneeling We shall behold hcr'rise Our Father's lore levelling An an^rl in disguise WAIT PATIENTLY FOR HIM Fruit of the Furnace" from I Kings 17th Chap. ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL. Meeting St. Rev. (',. A. riiompson, S.T. 1)., Minister. 7 a.m., a wed ding. 9.30 a.m. Sunday School, II. \Y. Bradford, Supt. II a.m. Theme "Vision and Duty." 7 p.m. Special Ser mon to visitors "The Golden Pule' Good Musir. I'.xtra seats. Pleasant ushers. PREPAREDNESS. Nevei in the history of the world has the need for prejpardness been made so ne Ice sary as at this time as necessary as at this time. lit is as necessary for individuals to prepare as it is for 'Nations. The individual must he ready for sickness and death by doing his bit for himself find family, and one of the easiest waj 8 is to be >me a member of Your Home Company, the \m\ ial West Indian Assurance A-.n It only costs you a \.-uy small sum, so why delay e/Mjing on the Manager atjpRe office of the Company 01 talk with one of the Agents. v Mi Mi y, An old sponger cap. In in, being sh m n through a printil g office lor the first time was k with amazement. Among oilier Question! he asked if Bibles anil Hymn Hooks were printed too. "Yes Adderley" was the reply. After a short piu-e, A.JIerley started "Well bow, I did taught dat Angels bin wrote dem hooks in Heben.'' "5a God doth not bid thee wait 1*0 disappoint >'it last \ golden promise fair and gLeat In precept mold is cast Soon shall the morning gild The dark horizon-i 1111 Thy heart's desire shall lie fulfilled WAIT patiently for Ilim. ANNOUNCEMENTS' PREACHING Mr. H. C. Christie in the Sponge Ex at 4.30 p.m. Sunday—"A Foursquare Sinner and other kinds" from 6th Chap. II King6. In Salem'.Baptist Chapel, Parliament St., 7 p.m. "The Telegrams 21st October, 1916. Via Key West. Berlin:—The Germans recaptured yesterday on the Somme front the greater part ol the trenches taken by the British on October 18th between Eaujcourt L'Attaye and LeBflque three miles suothwest of BajHtume. British attacks north of Courcelette ea~t of LeSars failed. Three new arrtioured cars, or tanks, were destroyed. The Teutonic forces on the eastern front have repulsed Russian counter-attacks near Sviniusky on the Stokhod. In Vofhynia the Teutons stormedthe important height



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The Tribune, Nassau, Safari**? October 21,1916. Highest prices paid for Crape Fruit Call and See Theo. P. Knowles $ Co. at 376 #ay St. :—... Stafford f*nds, J. P. Sands employees, ID u 10 0 j of Narayuseka southwest of I Lemberg, Rapturing 2.000 men and inmachine guns. In Transylvania the Austro-Germans are continuing I their attacks on the Rouma', nian frontier. Serbian advance on the bend of the Cerna River southeast of Monastir has i been checked after temporary Serbian successes. Berlin: -Field Marshal Von Cluck commander of the *, right wing of the German army in theiuvasion of France in 1914 has ben appointed [ by Emperor William chief of the sixth Pommeraniaa divi! gioo, an honourary position. Berlin:— German subma I rines sunk in the Mediattera nean on October 1 ith an f armed British transport, the %  Crosshill, with horses and I Serbian grooms. On October 12th they sunk the British I transportSebek deeply laden Both strainers were bound I for Salonika. Paris:—Serbian troops on I the'wes'ern Macedonia front are s iccessfully continuing I their campaign for Monastir. N They captured the village of I Velyeselo within the bend of I the Cerna River. Southeast ; of Monastir the Bulgarians have suffered heavy losses in eluding one hundred prison ers and three cannon. The Bulgarians lied. London:—Conditions were extremely turbulent in Ath ens Wednesday night. Greek 1 reservists ntxt out of hand despite theiv-esence of strong Entente dasV^hments of ma rines. Entente patrols were given virtually no assistance by the Greek authorities. Berne, Switzerland:—Ger many's Polish Legion has collapsed. After long efforts coercion and pressure Ger many and Austria Hungary succeeded in enrolling 18,000 Poles. Four Brigades muti nied the beginning of Octo ber and were disarmed and imprisoned at Bresthiavisk barracks. The remainder have been sent to the interior of Austria as.-unreliable. Bucharest":— Ron man inns have taken the offensive in (>vuz Valley through which the Austro Germans invaded Roumania and have driven the invadres back to the frontier. The Bulgarians and Germans have taken the of fensive on the whole Dobrtid jn front driving back the Roumanians, left wing. Via Jamaica. London:—Tin' war office announces a reconnaissance against rtiff enemy at Mog hara, 65 miles east of the Suez Canal, has been carried out by a mounted force. The enemy were driven out of their positions. Wecaptured some prisoners and a number of camels. Our losses were 1 killed and 1 wounded. Rain fell heavily all morn ing. We had slight advan tage on our lines near Butte deWarfencourt. On the left bank of the Cerna the Serbians brilliant ly carried the entire village (if Brod. South of the Somme be tween Biaches aud LaMais onefte we made further pro gress last night. At NewagOS Roumanian troops attacked the enemy with the bayonet and des troyed 12 of his cannon. 600 prisoners were taken. ()n I >obrudja the situation i unchanged. New York:—The Cunard Line steamei Allania which sailed from h( re October 7th was sunk by a "mine in the English Channel today while proceeding to London from Falmouth. "OUR DAY" Red Cross Fund £288 4 1 J. R. C. YOUNG, Hon. Secretary, Food Here To Reach New Heights Soon. Prices of foods will reach new high levels 111 New York this Winter, according to information i>l>tained fioni dealers yesterday. I lie recent advances in the prices of milk and floui aie to he followed by rises in oilier foodstuffs. Eggs have advanced 2 cents a dozen within the last few days; some vegetables havrj made a jump upward,and butter, ir.fluenced by the record price, for this time of yeai in ChfCargO yesterday, is expected to make a gam of not less than 5 cents a pound in this market. Already there is a wide margin between the prices of most kinds of fond now and at this time last year. Vegetables, it was estimated by a dealer, are 25 per cent highei than at tins time in 1915. I' ish is 10 pel cent higher, and meat has gone up from 2 to 4 cents a pound whole To put on the pew man means. therefore, to become like Christ, the Lord from heaven. Each baptized Christian has received f t ommerce to dale. Amount previously reported, Queen's College, P. Searle, Isiaiah Sweeting and Employees, L. G. Brice, Employees Govi, House, 1 PortOfflc i & lln. Master, •_> Friend, Misx 1 A. M. Creighton and Olive Perkins, Matron and Xtirsc B. CJ. I lospital, A. Baker, I. \V. Davis, 1. has, Johnson, r. R. Alhury. Forbes Hill, F.xuma, H. Knowles, Pilot No. :{, f> w. \. Griffin, Asst. I >ip< ns.iry, C. E. Bethel & employees JO A. \Y. No lage, I-. Sarah and Lewis, liank of Nassau, Staff 8 11 0 |. K. Knowles Prison Staff,. 7 u Dr. Pitt, I 1 0 •Maff of the Prison, I B 0 Mrs. U. K. Maura, I 0 South and Long Island, per |as. X. Bethel, :J E '• Frank Pritchard, 2 2 0 Employees w.l 1.11. Maura, :{ n u Potatoes, this report said, are 116 percent higher than a year ago, and cheese 23 cents higher, while (lour if higher than at any time since the civil war. In Washington Market the deal ITS expressed themselves on the price increases as follows: William Hahn, butter and eggs: "Eggs are likely to go to 50 or 60 day with feelings of rage, I low can you say your evening pray er in such a frame of mind? The evil one will then tempt you to plans of revenge as you He on your bed. So he adds neither give place to the devil. He who ends theday with envy, hatred and malice in his heart is like Judas who went out and it was night. In this way we cen s a dozen this Winter. The j i eaV e Christ, the Light of the price of the best is now 45 cents. wor i t ] ai|f j ,, () ove r to the evil Last Winter, I think, the highest Qne price was 45 cents. Neither butter „" T| seco|K ()ut of „ |e nor etrgs have been put in cold , .. /-.. • /• n rtoragVas they were last year, "-nibers of the Chnstian Bro Che,-., at 2i J to 22 cents a pound therhood is honest work. In is higher than it has been si nee [JEphesuS there were some who have been in busines here, forty had lived dishonestly. To 0 0 seven years. them St. Paul savs Let him that :t '.1 11 n S (I 11 11 11 8 in n :i n I n II 11 i 0 n 11 0 11 E Joseph, meat and poultry:' stole steal no more: but rather "Meats are easier than they were a \ tt /,,',„ labour, working with his week ago, though the prices "fog^, t i, c t i,i, lf which is good. compared with those "I .1 yeai ago show decided advances. Changes in prices, wholesale, since last ye 1 are: Beef, hindsand ni-s, 1015. 16J centsa pound; 10.16, 18L Pork, 1915 17 cent; 1916, 21; smoked bams, 1915, 16 cents; 1916. 19J." K. N. Eldrege, fish: "There has e( \ Lord chose to be a working been no change in the price of fish man, so that they said of 11 i 111 m the list week. Prices are about | "is not this the Carpenter?" We Kxuma per Commissioner, 2\ 12 0 Addinglon House Staff, N. Schamcham and staff, |"shu 1 Roberts, E. L. I'owen andemplyes. A merchants employees, \. K. Cole, i h.is. O. Anderson, 1 Maude L. Iliooke, C. M. Hilton, T. II. C. Lofthguse A st dl, 8 I has. p. AI bury, it emp's. .'( Employees Coloeftal and Victoria Hotels, 18 8 0 Timothy Eldon and emp's. 16 Q 0 11 •2 8 > 5 0 l s n •2 16 0 in n 1 1 0 4 I) 1 n 8 5 l 11 The Development board, 26 1 John Puller employees, 1 A. II. Kelly, 1 Ella and Patricia Kelly, I John S. George employees, 4, J. K. Armoury, 1 Ellen Hall, Cash, I Allen Parks, I J. C. Coakky. 1 Harvey Thompson and Employees, 1 11 I 11 4 0 Q 0 H 0 II II II (I (I 0 10 per cent higher than they were a year ago." M ia H. Steiermann, bread: "Flour for which 1 was paying $575 a barrel in 1,000-banel lots last June is now !?S 75, and everybody is crying $10. Even if the present price of flour is maintained, I ili> not see anything ahead but a genedeadlv sin of sloth It was this ral advance in the price of bread. — The Xew York Times THE NEW MAN A Sermon for the nineteenth Sunday after Trinity. Ephesians IV, 24.-P.1f on the mandetl m this chapter that we sin which led the Apostle t. write, "we liear that there are some which walk among you disordeily, working pot at all, but are busybodies." Such people are not unknown in our own times. 3. Work 1also corfl,may be able to help the poor— fitwMan. l"That he mav have to give to It is of no use for Christians to him that needeth' says St. Paul. put off the old man unless they At the present time, when so at the same time put on the New Man. The house of our heart, as our Lord warned us, may seem to be empty of evil, ,bul unless it is Idled with the Holy Spirit Satan will re-enter and C u the last state of that man sftall be worse than the first. Elsewhere St. Paul savs \'ut ye on the Lord Jesus Christ (Unmans Xiii-14) Christ is the Ne\v Man, the.Se cond Adam, arnl in Holy Scrip ture the New Life is sometimes many of our brave men are wounded in the war, we should give a part of our earnings, as fellow members of the Christian brotherhood, to relieve their distress. III. Lastly, the Apostle describes f'lf new man in the fol lowing words:—"Let no cor rupt communication proceed out of your mouth". All sins of the tongue are forbidden to Christians, including falsehood, compared to a garment which slander, and obscene converse we put n, just as God Himself tion, and only say "that \. huh is said to be Clothed with majes 'is good", because we .<\r to ty dnd honour (Psalm civ, a) j "grieve not the Holy Spirit of Some people think that work is a hardship and idleness a blessing. But from the begin-! ning God gave man a work to do. Adam was to dress and keep the garden, and Our Bless are bidden to work for three; reasons: —I. To proeme food and the necessary things of life. St. Paul told the Thessalonians "If any would not work neither shall he eat." .: As a remedy for idleness and to avoid the New Bicycle Tyres For Sale We put lhem on fur you free of charge. In stock a fine assortment of other bicycle accessories. BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street. Nassau. NOTICE. BAHAMA ISLANDS A NY person who can give any •/a information as to the whereabouts of Charles Button or of Richard Fernander both formerly of this Island of New Providence and who are believed to have Itft the Colony many years ago, viz : Charles Beacon about 5a years ago and Richard Fernander about 30 years ago, is requested to communicate with the Attorney Geneial without delay. Richard Fernander is alleged to be an illegitimate son of the late 11ti 1 ry Fernander of New Providence in respect of whose property, escheat proceedings are about to be commenced in the Supreme Court. KENNETH SOLOMON, Acting Attorney General. jist .September, 1916. "Elgin >> ARROW COLLAR Made of a fine white %  Moire Madras—an attractive novelty that is in good form. ON IALI AT NASSAU'S BF.ST HKTAII.EKS CLUETT, PKABODY & CO., Inc. MAKliKS. THOV, N. V. U.. S. A.



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^r L. ha' ski bo at Sill gri bli Ai th; sy Sll th th \v. ou fe 1" fri ar m Professional Announcement DR. W. R. LAMB American Oculist & Optician Specialist in Examining the Eye and Correcting Defective Vision at Hotel Nassau until October 25th inclusive. H AS the pleasure to again announce to the citizens of New Providence that lie may be consulted at the above ad dress until the time stated. Those wishing a consultation should make an appointment at their earliest convenience as he will not remain longer than the -'5th. lie is fully prepared, as usual, with the most modern instruments and apparatus for thoroughly examining and refracting the eyes according to the latest and most approved methods as employed by the most eminent Oculists in the Metropolitan Eye Infirmaries, and he lias the largest and best supply of all desirable kinds and styles of lenses and mountings ol the best quality ever brought to -Nassau, including several thousands ol spherocylindrical, prismatic, bifocal and other kinds of lenses made spi ciall) to order for the correction oJ ai tigmalism, weakness of the ocular muscles and other eye troubles winch the ordinary lenses will not correct. Those who are troubled with weak eyes, defective vision, headache, due to eye strain, eye ache, inflammation of the eyes or the luls, weakness of the ocular muscles or any of the numerous conditions of the eyes requiring a tborougli examination or necessitating the use of glasses—and most ol these troubles are A nnouncement Mr. Oscar E. Johnson TAILOR and CLOTHIER DEGS to inform his many Customers that he has just returned *-' from New York where he became a graduate of the Mitchell College of AmericaSi was awarded a DIPLOMA of efficiency in the cveral branches of Tailoring. Modern Technique and Cutting being his specialty. This testimonial from such a high quarter will serve as a Guarantee to confirm the confidence of his clientele in Ins skill and in his well known three P's viz Price, Push, Punctuality. Patronage Solicited. OSCAR E. JOHNSOiN, No. 9, MarketSt. Continued from 1st Page war might have been over by now. Mr. Lloyd Geoige's virws permanently cured by accurate refraction ami properl) adjustedL, ere resisted for nine months glasses — would do well to embrace the presi nl i xceptional opportunity of giving their eyes the attention they require—an opportunity which for completeness of apparatus and supply of lenses and mountings, thoroughness of examination, perfection of refraction which brings the vision up to the highest standard possible and for the best and most satisfactory results is equal in ever) respect to the best obtainable anywhere abroad as thousands of4is patients here and elsewhere are willing to attest. His method of examination with the ophthahmoniPter, electric ophthahrhoscope and relbioscope are so careful, thorough and accurate that the diagnoses the cause of the defective vision or eve trouble, so that the best and most satisfactory reThen began the gr< at role of the French Premier, M. Briand. General JofTre himself had been conv< rt d to the Salonica idea. ami can led it with famous energy ai an intensely dram itic war Douncil held in London. But it was necessary to give a vet fuller and more masterful interpretation to the theory of action in the Balkans. As president of the conferences of the DRINK* Welch's Grape uuice. suits are always obtained from the glasses he prescribes, which Q raiM ] Alliance in Paris, M. are accurately fitted and warranted to be cortect. They are not only guaranteed to be absolutely perfect in the correction of the refraction and for the production of the clearest vision possible, but for durability and general satisfaction and the immediate relief of head-ache, eye-ache and other ocular troubles which call for the use of glasses, thev are equal to the best that could possibly be obtained am w here abroad. Comparatively few of those who are using glasses have the kind their eyes require, the kind which gives the bpst vision, the most comfort, and which preserve the sight and keep it normal all through life. This is because the eyes in most cases have not had the careful and thorough examination by a qualified specialist which is most important and necessary when thebest results are desired. As the accomodative power of the eye grad ually weakens as one grows older it becomes neci ssary to make achanjje of glasses every three or four years and many make a Briand was in a position of rare influence. He used that influ ence. I le used that influent e With all his impressive and pel suasive < loquence to enforce the doctrine of the single and eontinuous front, linking up all the Allied armies from Belgium through France, Italy, the Balkans and Rumania into Galicia and Russia. It was a magnificent conception. It combined, as events have already shown and will el prove more vividly, thespint of Grant with that of Lee. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. I I'mis, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. 1 l'mts, 5d. 4-S. 6d. per doi. A T BLACK'S great mistake in continuing the use of unsuitable glasses, it is Under the conditions of IP u< I. ncipal causes of cataract and other serious eye war f are the Centra oiv of the pri troubbs Dr. Lam!) is certificated in both medicine and optics, ha s thousands of references and testimonials from prominent citizens of many countries where he has practised his profession continuously for over 25 years, and has established through reliable and superior service the most extensive eye practise in the world. Charges Reasonable Hours, 9 to 12 a.m., 2 to 5 p.m. JOHN BUTLER Office: 367 Bay St., East 'Phones 45 Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent %  EXPORTER Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods AGENT NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich Theo. S. A. Nabbie TAILOR & PROFESSIONAL CUTTER 13 KING ST. * HUWCH, 60 MARLBOROLGH R, W E want it understood that there is satisfaction given in all .an work. Have )*ou tned^is vet ? No then give us a trial. Don't fret about Wai price*, we have our special moderate price. Why not comeor SEND for US and get all that is due you from YOUR TAILO R. il Empires had to be attacked all around before the Allies" superiority of resources, their grasp of the ini dative, their final int> ll-cliial d< urination could come into full play. BULGARIA ONLY OBSTACLETo the completion of the vast scheme urged by M. Briand Bulgaria is the only obstacle. The present combined effort to force or remove that obstacle is no sideshow, as superficial judg in.nts were long apt tosupp' i but is one of the crowning things of this war and one of the most fascinating move ments in any war From the lust I have risked the opinion that HindenBurg is bound to make an effort tosave Bulgaria and the connection with Tur key He is bound to do that if he is to have any chance of saving oven Austna and Staying the advance of total disaster. I Wird er es machen ? We shall soon see, but I think not. Ku mania has by no means shown her fulj hand. There has been some fear lest General Sarrail mifffef delay too long. lest Rns 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. Bicycles for Sale, Hire and Repaired sia might attempt the march thwurgh the Dobrudfa With in kufficieiit forces. I believe the tear will prove mistaken on both acumnts. As regards .the Eastern question in the war, Russia and the other Allies have the cards and wfl know well haw to play them. By the gross delusion about their fighting and intellectual superiority, the Germans them Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 18s per IOOO._ No better grade than these on the Marjfet—5 36X rtaetennu "Primes" Cypress at 3.2s. per 1000. This grade dunes same guarantee as theBests." Any defective shingles can be returned. A'lsochcaper grade in stock Aprilbth. 1916 C. SAUNDERS. oui selves created first the entente cvrdiiile between France and Britain, then the Triple Entedte, bringing Tn Russia, and ft nail) the Grand Alliance, at present cousiMing of rtine nations, with I^CTWer to odd to their number. It may remind us of the old Rdman advice about rearing a tiger cub : "Better not rear him." —New York Tribune. 1 1 Advertise in The Tribune. There are above 40,000 people of my race in the Bahamas, therefore why should I worry. Instead. I shall simply remain, Viours faithfully, DR. J. A. WRIGHT (Dentist.) 37 Market Street, Nassau, N. P. Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, 9 to II a.m



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tt News For Everybody" Nvilllvis IMIIIII ma ivirnre in viba mnuiafrl Belrt|{ bound to swear 10 the Dogma* of no Master. Vol XIIL No. 292 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1916 Price. THREE CENTS %  s J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express ]y for J. C. Coakley Long leaf. Finetlavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what good tobacco is and have got tired nf some of the old brands that have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Pries 6Jd. per flake—3 I /in Bakes at 6d. per Make. Sal isfa< tion guaranteed 01 money refunded. 7MS/ a hint— *Tbe Allies" id. Cigars arc the best ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J.C. COAKI.LV, 304 Bay St. FOR SALE %  •/'.'. v pastenger MOTOR CAR A good invest men t for any ne who contemplates rent ing car during the winter months. To be sold at a moderate pri< e. Apply to WALTER K. MOORE W. A. MATHER i UNDERTAKER Brains of Allied Staff Will Defeat Germany. I N railway language the Bal leans will be the Grand June tion of the Allies, and it would not be surprising if the connec tii us between Berlin and Constantinople wf frightfulness, havi repi rscnir (I a failure in tin higher functions of mind. The Central Empires arejusi now testing the last hope, but and we c an already forecast the re-|whicl a preponderance of intelligent and a ma j >l itv of brains. I am not now thinking of military leadership alone, but <>f a land if political and military co op ration, an interplan of civilian fighting personalitii s, make the present com hi nation of the Allies exception ally formidable. Their generals are admirable, but could not -ult <>f the test. Hindenburg and Ludendorff (the l atter often said to have been the brain carrier of the combination from the|have done the work without the first) arc expected to repeat the statesmen. excellent partnership between There are several leaders on Hln. hei and Gheisenau. Fiery,' the Allies' side wh< m we think indomitable old Marshal Vor| more than a match for Hindendents complain that the French warts was assuredly no genius, I burg, General [offre, in his ex and British in the west owe all they have achieved to mere brute-weight of organization. That plamt from that quarter might provoke all the imps ol satire if it were true, but it is not. The Germans invented the machine war and patented frightfuli 1 For the Germans to be beaten in the use of sin Cl force would be entirely in acD 1 dance with the logic of their own argument They would have digged a pit for Others and fallen into it themselves. But no numbers at d no material resources could have saved the Allies had they remained relatively stupid. Yoked with stupidtt} as Schillei says in a usually .famous line which is .S to inform fiis misquoted even in Germany-the gods themselves fight in vain. MAJORITY OF BRAINS WITH ALLIESTo gauge the sequel of the war must be remembered that LJ fi iends and the Public that he has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an under taker, \\ h uh places him in a position t< > carry out Funerals that may be entrust! d to bis are \\ ith system and d< patch ; and respectfully soli cits their patronage. Get my price lust and prove that they are the very lowest for first (less work. but if I lindenburg had done nothing to show that at the best he is more than a Blucher tin re is every presumption that Lindendorfl is by no means equal to a Gueisenau. Even the latter was by no means the MI; I| ter figure of Ins time among the soldiers lower than Napoleon. We Allies have alwaj s respect ed, as we now respect, the ela borate professional schooling of our chief opponents, but honestly fail to see that they have shown any justification whatever for the claim of super tr lordinanh quil '. steady way, is proving himself to be a very memorable man. I le reminds us once more that Fabius was a Latin, not a Teuton. Add Foch, Petain and tie rest. General Cadorna is at least as well able to teach his opponents as to learn from them. Huxley, as one remembers, said that the Latin mind, as an intellectual 11 strument, was the most fl< xiur I,],, of all and among the keenest. The C/ar has in his service at the present moment, with Alexii ff, Brussiloff, Ruszky and manship with which tbey began j others, the most brilliant gala GERMANSUPERIORITY A DELUSION sia has known in her whole his tory. The Germans excel in certain aptitudes and certain directions. ROBERTSON AND HAIG As for '>ur British chief of staff General Sir William Robertson, who has 1 isen from the ranks in a way absolutely impossible in Germany, is quite one of the most remarkable men in the V 21s. Like other mortals, or peihaps more than most, they pay for their qualities by their faults. The theory that the Germans ; 1 188 si d any inherent intellect ual Superiority was a gross dcthe Germans bave against them usion. I he British, French, wholewar p is hard to imagine now not onlj a majority of talian and Russian peoples are 1|m being dominated by an) troops and guns, but a niaioriu lull "I talent and vigor, and of brains. The fact is unqueshave always been fertile even in genius. in every one of those countries it has been easier for ability without aristocratic rank or court favor to work its way to the top than it has been in 1 ift many under the Kais* r's regime. Old William I, throughout t*Q17 his successful reign, full of good & judgement, was always seeking tionable. from a mad declare lion of war to the dismissal of Falkenhayn after the fatal gambles of Verdun and Trentino. RICE To For 100 lbs. — Is Equivalent To— 47s. OoL for 224 lbs. •BUT Our IOO lb. Bag's Is Superior Rice. SEE FOR YOURSELF At The New York House for the best men to do things, William II was busier trying to do things himself* The result is that, although Germans at the best have no monopoly Of efficiency, nor anything' like it—apart from that high tech nical training for war Bvhich their very want of freedom Ins made possible—it isrnpic than doubtful whether the militarv, diplomatic and political direction of their empire*corresponds to the degree of ability which modern Germans have*thrown into science and business. ALLIED COOPERATIONThe Central Empires will owe their defeat Chiefly to the fact that there is against them now one. Sir Douglas Haig, in the handling of his work on the Sommei has provi d himself a VI rv strong and dexti 1OU8 Ci m mander whom the Germans, making more desperate efforts against him than against any other leader, have not yet been able to stop. None of these 1111 11 ia disturbed about Hirfdenburg. Yet it is fair to say that if the great soldiers who lead the Allied armies had been left to themselves, the common cause would not have been so ad vane ed as it is to day. Each of them was necessarily preoccupied for a long time with his own particular front or sector. STATESMEN'S SUCCESS It was the statesmen who brought about the masterful lination, and among these stall suieii were not onlj deliberated ministers of the older Stan p like Lord Grrej and Baron Sonnino, but plitical leaders like Mr. Lloyd George and M. Bri and, whose Careers would iKtve beer, as impossible in Germany as that of Abraham Lincoln. Far sooner and more decisively than any soldier, Mr. Lloyd George seized on the meaning of the tieni h deadlot k and the method ol breaking it. Without him the Allies might never have come in sight of winning. This we ma) say when we think of the prodigious output to which the British Ministn of Munitions lias attained in this present month. Even in France civilian insight like that of M. Albert Thomas led the soldiers on the munitions question. finally, the political ability and imagination ol statesman who would never have had the faintest chance of coming to the top in Germany dared even to touch the sacreil sphere of strategy. A minority of thinkers, chiefly civilian, formed a de finite, reasoned, farsighted view early in the war that the enemy would have to be much w eak, ened in the East before he could be overthrown in the West, and that the line of final victory for the Allies would have to run through the Balkan!. Conversion of the allies' councils to this doctrine was very slow. LLOYD GEORGE AND SALONICAMr. Lloyd George was the first to advocate an expedition from Salonica. He 111 ... d this idea, I believe, as Mmy ns November, 1914. Could he ha\ s had his waj at that time Serbia would never hsrVe Icon crushed Roumania would have come in much sooner, Bulgaria and Greece would probably have joined tin Allies and the (continued on fouitb page) RBSJ TAILORING T -; A. $. KEMP -TAILOR And Artistic Cutter ( '11.11' II.11 %  I I Jno. J. Mitchell's School of Garment Cutting (NgW k RK) Is prepared to give (hi l.atrs; W$akiou ami tin 1 I I 11 action tii the 1 Mial public REPAIRING. CLEANING and PRESSING %  urcdilh attended to. TAILORING T YOUR PATRONAGE appreciated. v il be No. 57a East Baj Street. NASSAU, HAIIA.M Vs.


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News For Everybody"
Nvilllvis imIiIii ma ivirnre in viba mnuiafrl
Belrt|{ bound to swear 10 the Dogma* of no Master.
Vol XIIL No. 292
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1916
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W. A. MATHER
i UNDERTAKER
Brains of Allied Staff
Will Defeat Germany.
IN railway language the Bal
leans will be the Grand June
tion of the Allies, and it would
not be surprising if the connec
tii us between Berlin and Con-
stantinople w fore the end of October The di-
effect of that fa< t on thi
general situation will be in the
long run decisive. It is the
pore interesting to note that the
coming position "f the Allies
will represent not only a pre
ponderance of resources but a
real triumph of mind.
The enemy's war correspon^
by L. A. Gerwin.
German proceedings, including
the whole self-defeating pro
gramme <>f frightfulness, havi
repi rscnir (I a failure in tin
higher functions of mind.
The Central Empires arejusi
now testing the last hope, but and
we c an already forecast the re-|whicl
a preponderance of intelligent
and a ma j >l itv of brains. I am
not now thinking of military
leadership alone, but <>f a land
if political and military co op
ration, an interplan of civilian
fighting personalitii s,
make the present com
hi nation of the Allies exception
ally formidable. Their generals
are admirable, but could not
-ult <>f the test. Hindenburg
and Ludendorff (thelatter often
said to have been the brain car-
rier of the combination from the|have done the work without the
first) arc expected to repeat the statesmen.
excellent partnership between There are several leaders on
Hln. hei and Gheisenau. Fiery,' the Allies' side wh< m we think
indomitable old Marshal Vor- | more than a match for Hinden-
dents complain that the French warts was assuredly no genius, I burg, General [offre, in his ex
and British in the west owe all
they have achieved to mere
brute-weight of organization.
That plamt from that quarter
might provoke all the imps ol
satire if it were true, but it is
not. The Germans invented the
machine war and patented
frightfuli 1 For the Germans
to be beaten in the use of sin Cl
force would be entirely in ac-
D 1 dance with the logic of their
own argument They would
have digged a pit for Others and
fallen into it themselves. But
no numbers at d no material re-
sources could have saved the
Allies had they remained re-
latively stupid. Yoked with
stupidtt} as Schillei says in a
usually
.famous line which is
.S to inform fiis misquoted even in Germany-the
gods themselves fight in vain.
Majority of Brains
with Allies-
To gauge the sequel of the
war must be remembered that
lJ fi iends and the Public
that he has just received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under
taker, \\huh places him in a
position t< > carry out Funerals
that may be entrust! d to bis
are \\ ith system and d< -
patch ; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage. Get my
price lust and prove that
they are the very lowest for
first (less work.
but if I lindenburg had done no-
thing to show that at the best
he is more than a Blucher tin re
is every presumption that Lin-
dendorfl is by no means equal
to a Gueisenau. Even the lat-
ter was by no means the mi; i|
ter figure of Ins time among the
soldiers lower than Napoleon.
We Allies have alwaj s respect
ed, as we now respect, the ela
borate professional schooling of
our chief opponents, but
honestly fail to see that they
have shown any justification
whatever for the claim of super
tr lordinanh quil '. steady way,
is proving himself to be a very
memorable man. I le reminds us
once more that Fabius was a
Latin, not a Teuton. Add Foch,
Petain and tie rest. General
Cadorna is at least as well able
to teach his opponents as to
learn from them. Huxley, as
one remembers, said that the
Latin mind, as an intellectual
11 strument, was the most fl< xi-
ur I,],, of all and among the keen-
est. The C/ar has in his service
at the present moment, with
Alexii ff, Brussiloff, Ruszky and
manship with which tbey began j others, the most brilliant gala
GermanSuperiority
a Delusion
sia has known in her whole his
tory.
The Germans excel in certain
aptitudes and certain directions. Robertson and Haig
As for '>ur British chief of staff
General Sir William Robertson,
who has 1 isen from the ranks in
a way absolutely impossible in
Germany, is quite one of the
most remarkable men in the
V
21s.
Like other mortals, or peihaps
more than most, they pay for
their qualities by their faults.
The theory that the Germans
; 1 188 si d any inherent intellect
ual Superiority was a gross dc-
the Germans bave against them usion. I he British, French, wholewar. p is hard to imagine
now not onlj a majority of talian and Russian peoples are ,1|m being dominated by an)
troops and guns, but a niaioriu lull "I talent and vigor, and
of brains. The fact is unques- have always been fertile even in
genius. in every one of those
countries it has been easier for
ability without aristocratic rank
or court favor to work its way to
the top than it has been in 1 ift
many under the Kais* r's regime.
Old William I, throughout
t*Q17 his successful reign, full of good
& judgement, was always seeking
tionable. from a mad declare
lion of war to the dismissal of
Falkenhayn after the fatal gam-
bles of Verdun and Trentino.
RICE
To
For 100 lbs.
Is Equivalent To
47s. OoL for 224 lbs.
BUT
Our IOO lb. Bag's
Is Superior Rice.
SEE FOR YOURSELF
At The New York House
for the best men to do things,
William II was busier trying
to do things himself* The re-
sult is that, although Germans
at the best have no monopoly
Of efficiency, nor anything' like
itapart from that high tech
nical training for war Bvhich
their very want of freedom Ins
made possibleit isrnpic than
doubtful whether the militarv,
diplomatic and political direc-
tion of their empire*corresponds
to the degree of ability which
modern Germans have*thrown
into science and business.
Allied Cooperation-
The Central Empires will owe
their defeat Chiefly to the fact
that there is against them now
one. Sir Douglas Haig, in the
handling of his work on the
Sommei has provi d himself a
VI rv strong and dexti 1OU8 Ci m
mander whom the Germans,
making more desperate efforts
against him than against any
other leader, have not yet been
able to stop. None of these 1111 11
ia disturbed about Hirfdenburg.
Yet it is fair to say that if the
great soldiers who lead the Al-
lied armies had been left to
themselves, the common cause
would not have been so ad vane
ed as it is to day. Each of them
was necessarily preoccupied for
a long time with his own parti-
cular front or sector.
Statesmen's Success
It was the statesmen who
brought about the masterful
......lination, and among these
stall suieii were not onlj deliber-
ated ministers of the older Stan p
like Lord Grrej and Baron Son-
nino, but plitical leaders like
Mr. Lloyd George and M. Bri
and, whose Careers would iKtve
beer, as impossible in Germany
as that of Abraham Lincoln.
Far sooner and more decisive-
ly than any soldier, Mr. Lloyd
George seized on the meaning
of the tieni h deadlot k and the
method ol breaking it. Without
him the Allies might never have
come in sight of winning. This
we ma) say when we think of
the prodigious output to which
the British Ministn of Muni-
tions lias attained in this pre-
sent month. Even in France ci-
vilian insight like that of M.
Albert Thomas led the soldiers
on the munitions question.
finally, the political ability
and imagination ol statesman
who would never have had the
faintest chance of coming to the
top in Germany dared even to
touch the sacreil sphere of stra-
tegy. A minority of thinkers,
chiefly civilian, formed a de
finite, reasoned, farsighted view
early in the war that the enemy
would have to be much w eak,
ened in the East before he could
be overthrown in the West, and
that the line of final victory for
the Allies would have to run
through the Balkan!. Conver-
sion of the allies' councils to
this doctrine was very slow.
Lloyd George and
Salonica-
Mr. Lloyd George was the
first to advocate an expedition
from Salonica. He 111,... d this
idea, I believe, as Mmy ns
November, 1914. Could he
ha\ s had his waj at that time
Serbia would never hsrVe Icon
crushed Roumania would have
come in much sooner, Bulgaria
and Greece would probably
have joined tin Allies and the
(continued on fouitb page)
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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday October 21,1916.
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Zhe Uribune
Saturday October 31, 1916.
, We are nearly through our
special efforts oif behalf of
the Red Cross Funds. To-
morrow the Churches will do
their part by menus of col-
lections and then we shall
get a knowledge of what has
been accomplished. His Ex-
cellency the Governor lids
flung himself unstintedly in-
to the effort. At every turn
he has been present. We hope
he may feel pleased with the
response to his efforts and ap-
peals. The Chamber of Com
merce, with its energetic
Chairman, has done nobly,
and was well backed by the
11 velopment Board on
Thursday night. In fact, it is
difficult to single out anyone
for mention where so much
patriotic labour has been so
weir- and so freely carried
through. The Band Concert
on Wednesday night was
.worth listening to, with its
good programme well rend-
ered, and the large number
attending thought so. The
Imperial Theatre had a bum
per audience on Thursday
night, and, with Mrs. Par-
ley's good singing and Mr.
Ciamblin's marvellous gift of
observation and mimicry to
help out, those attending had
a treat. The Pa gea n t
viMeiday was an unqual
ified success. A big con
course gathered at the Bar-
racks Grounds and went
away pie isedand well they
might b-'! The Misses Allar-
dyce, with their able backers,
have once more proved their
skill in this work. Even the
boys who waylaid people at
at the street corners to per-
suade them to. buy pro-
grammes, hid caught the
blessed patriotic contagion.
And none of us will feel sorry
that we have done w hal we
could. We think with tender
sympathy of the wounded
sufhn is, we remember that
some of our own are among
them and we are thankful
that we can do a little to
wards showing how deep is
our feeling for these our de-
fenders, our comrades in Em
pire, our loved ones, our
friend- With our sympathy
and our gifts goes out the
nraver : "God bless them !"
Captain Hugh Charles
Maynard, acting first Lieu-
tenant in the Coldstream
Guards, who was killed in
action in the Great Advance
on the Somme in Frame on
September 15th, was brotl er
to Mrs. Dudley Lampen.wife
of the Rector of the Cathe-
dral, and had served the Em-
pire in political service in
Northern Nigeria. He receiv
ed a commission in the
King's Royal Kifle Corps in
1913, and was transferred to
the Coldstream Guaids in
1916. His widow, to whom
he was married last Christmas
writes ; "The Guards division
did wonderfully, especially
Coldstreams, who led, foS'
ing nineteen officers killed
and twenty six wound) d.
What they did in those Iwi 1
days will live in history for-
1 X' r."
The "Tribune"
sympathy to the
family.
:o:
The "Tribunes'' Subscribers
are requested to pay only
weekly subscriptions to tin-
carrier. Also to note the pre-
sent carrier and not pay old
carriers.
|-:o:-
chool t o "The Chiidien of the
Empire Fund."
I am, Sir,
Your obedient servant,
J. S. Hall,
Teacher.
The Secy.,
The lid. of Education,
Nassau, -V P.
RED CROSS
Ambulance Fund.
3
3
2
1
Previously
acknowledged ,"706 ia
Mr. J. E. Pyfrom 10 o
" H. J. Claridge 3
u G. K.K. Brace
" J. \V. Matthews
" C. H. Matthews
" E. P. Matthews
'Anonymous' 25
Mon F.M. Menendez 2
Mr. T. V. Matthews 5
" Asa Pritchard 3
Miss Ruthie Pvfrom
(by sale of pet kitten)
Police Band Concert 2
\ Friend 1
Dr. Mallet 5
Mis. F. A. Holmes 5
Miss Una Holmes 1
'I he Purview of a
Pessimist'
"In memory of one
who has given
his life for
his Country"
The following are the names
of contributors from the Public
School, Stanyard Creek:
Ear'.ene Bain $d.
Violet Thompson, Evelyn
Bain, Stella Rattray, Louise
Butler, Austin Gjiffin, each id.
Cuhel Curry, Catherine Wat
Kins, Ephraim vVutking,Arnold
VValkms, Julius Wood, each 1 Jd
Joseph X.i iby Levitii us Hi
ley, Branhilda Newton, Alphius
Deveaux, Norah Bain, each ad.
Elizabeth Thompson, Daniel
Wemyes, Adolpbus Wemyts,
Luretta Bain, Vernon Edge
combe, Roland Thompson, Roy
McDot aid, Lcrlene Newton,
offers its -^ei v'ia' Satindeis, Agnes Gib
bereaved son' Ernest Griffin, AlrenaEdge
mbe, Dorril Foulks, William
Edgecombe, Daniel Edgecombs
Viola Smith, Adorah Edge
combe, Louise Young, each 3d.
Joshua Pi ley, Erina Johnson,
each 4d.
Amy Smith, Guendoline O.,
Galvenia Riley, Marrie Leslie,
Joseph Sampson, Austin Riley,
Mari (New ton, IMat bias Wemyes
each 6d.
Inez Oliver. Edith Riley, Aus
tin Newton. Margaret Clarke,
Eva Jane Gibson, each is
Total16s. id.
3
3
o
2
1
o
2
o
o
I
2
O
O
5
I
550
Sh
7*4
:o:
BAHAMIAN RED CROSS GUILD
Collected on L'ed Cross
Sunday in the District of
Kum Cay 12s. 2d.
Sale of Red Cross Buttons
by Miss Dorothy Wright
Rock Sound18s.
To b 3 nad atall Gracars
C. L. LofthOUSe~Company's Agent
afternoon with a small mai
and passengers.
o
Children Of The
Empire Fund
For maimed and blind
Soldiers and Sailors.
We have been requested by
the Private Secretary to ac
knowledge the following sums
which have been received by
His Excellency on account of
the above Fund:
Previously acknow-
ledged 142 12 6
Alice Town School,
Bimini pet Mr 11.A
Malone 1 o 6
StanyardCreek School,
Andros per Mr J. S.
Hall 16 1
Omitted from pro< 1 eds
of the Lantern Lee
ture by Pcv. C. K.
Crofts 1 o
144 10 1

Public School,
Stanyard Creek,
October 7th., 1916
Sir :
I hereby remit the amount
of 16 shillings and a penny con
tributed by the pupils of my
MAILS
INTIKINSULAB Mails to be
despatched per Sch "Colum
bia" for Inagua, Long Cay,
Acklins Island, Rum Ca\,
Clarence Town, Dead mans
Cay (Long Island),The Bight
Arthurs Town (San Salvador)
will be made up and closed
on Thursday next, the 26th
inst'at 11 a. m
The Ward I.ineS. S. "Mexi
co" sailed from New York at
7 o'clock on Thursday even
ing with 91 passt tigers and
8,400 bbls. cargo for Nassau.
From Saturday 1-1 tit October.
The sch. "Abbie Bow leer"
arrived from Sugar 1?Grande,
Cuba, on Saturday morning
the 14th, in ballast.
:o:
The motor vessel "Frances
E." arrived from Miami, Fla.
on Wednesday afternoon, the
18th, with a mail and a car
go of orange boxes, shingles,
flour, lard, etc., and the fol
lowing 15 passengers:
Messrs. Chas. E. Gibson,
Howard Parker, Joshua Fer
guson, Stanley Ferguson,
Wm..Moss, Ralph Moss, Her
man Kd^combe, L. A. Bur
rows, Jas. Edgecombe, Alex.
Moss, John Fracer, John
Smith, Jos Curtis, Mis. Mabel
Munroe, Gelita Burrows.
# -:o:~
The steam yacht "Condor"
arrived from Miami, Fla. on
Friday the 21st.
The motor vessel "Panama"'
arrived from Miami, Fla this/
"DISAPPOINTMENT."
Our yet unfinished
I- teodim. oII t 1 thii
1! the L'rf.it. -I
To tu the greatest I
If all things w 11. together
For 1 tide so g and an I I
Wh 11 nee 1 1 v.'iKicr whetbes
Each in itself is !>< j
H 'Mil 1 . omitted
Or alten
'1 lie whole mighl be unfitted
To work f u perfect goud.
Our plan may 1* disjointed
Bot are may calmly rest
What iv d bas inted
Is bettas tfa 10 out Ix-'st.
\\V cano t u t before us
But Is always watching "'er us
And kn Wl the v< iv end.
w bat though v mblt!
He will not let M fall
And learning to be humble
Is not loat time al all.
What though W fondly reckoned
A smoother way to go
Than where Hi 1 beckoned?
It will be better SO.
What only seemed a barrier
A Stepping st> ne shall be
Our (i-i.i is no long l.irner,
A DBSSa t help is lie.
Ana when amid out blindness
His disapp 1 tments tall
We trust His loring kindness
Wh' se witdom sends then. all.
They are the pur| I
That hide His glnri I i. 11
They are the li I Wl ... ;hl bio
Where truth and mere y :.
From broken alabaster
as .'1 itbless fragi 1 1 shed
The spikenard Bowed the
Upon the Saviour's b
N shattered box of oinlnx nl
V, i r need e^ret
For out of disappointment
Flow sweetest (-deans yet.
Then trc ruble not anil shrink not
When disappointment nears
lie trustful still and think not
To realize all fears.
While we are meeklv kneeling
We shall behold hcr'rise
Our Father's lore levelling
An an^rl in disguise
WAIT PATIENTLY FOR HIM
Fruit of the Furnace" from
I Kings 17th Chap.
ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL.
Meeting St.
Rev. (',. A. riiompson, S.T.
1)., Minister. 7 a.m., a wed
ding. 9.30 a.m. Sunday
School, II. \Y. Bradford, Supt.
II a.m. Theme "Vision and
Duty." 7 p.m. Special Ser
mon to visitors "The Golden
Pule' Good Musir. I'.xtra
seats. Pleasant ushers.
PREPAREDNESS.
Nevei in the history of the
world has the need for pre-
jpardness been made so ne
Ice sary as at this time
as necessary as at this time.
lit is as necessary for indivi-
duals to prepare as it is for
'Nations. The individual
must he ready for sickness
and death by doing his bit
for himself find family, and
one of the easiest waj 8 is to
be >me a member of Your
Home Company, the \m\
ial West Indian Assurance
A-.n It only costs you a \.-uy
small sum, so why delay e/M-
jing on the Manager atjpRe
office of the Company 01 talk
with one of the Agents.
v- Mi Mi y, An old sponger cap.
In in, being sh m n through a print-
il g office lor the first time was
k with amazement. Among
oilier Question! he asked if Bibles
anil Hymn Hooks were printed
too. "Yes Adderley" was the re-
ply. After a short piu-e, A.JIer-
ley started "Well bow, I did taught
dat Angels bin wrote dem hooks
in Heben.''
"5a
God doth not bid thee wait
1*0 disappoint >'it last
\ golden promise fair and gLeat
In precept mold is cast
Soon shall the morning gild
The dark horizon-i 1111
Thy heart's desire shall lie fulfilled
WAIT patiently for Ilim.
ANNOUNCEMENTS'
Preaching Mr. H. C.
Christie in the Sponge Ex
at 4.30 p.m. Sunday"A
Foursquare Sinner and other
kinds" from 6th Chap. II
King6.
In Salem'.Baptist Chapel,
Parliament St., 7 p.m. "The
Telegrams
21st October, 1916.
Via Key West.
Berlin:The Germans re-
captured yesterday on the
Somme front the greater part
ol the trenches taken by the
British on October 18th be-
tween Eaujcourt L'Attaye
and LeBflque three miles
suothwest of BajHtume. Bri-
tish attacks north of Cource-
lette ea~t of LeSars failed.
Three new arrtioured cars, or
tanks, were destroyed.
The Teutonic forces on the
eastern front have repulsed
Russian counter-attacks near
Sviniusky on the Stokhod.
In Vofhynia the Teutons
stormedthe important height


The Tribune, Nassau, Safari**? October 21,1916.
Highest prices paid for
Crape Fruit
Call and See
Theo. P. Knowles $ Co.
at 376 #ay St.
-------------------------------.------------------------......-----:...
Stafford f*nds,
J. P. Sands employees,
ID u
10 0
j of Narayuseka southwest of
I Lemberg, Rapturing 2.000
men and inmachine guns.
In Transylvania the Aus-
tro-Germans are continuing
I their attacks on the Rouma-
', nian frontier.
Serbian advance on the
* bend of the Cerna River
southeast of Monastir has
i been checked after tempora-
ry Serbian successes.
Berlin: -Field Marshal Von
Cluck commander of the
*, right wing of the German
army in theiuvasion of France
in 1914 has ben appointed
[ by Emperor William chief of
the sixth Pommeraniaa divi-
! gioo, an honourary position.
Berlin:German subma
I rines sunk in the Mediattera
. nean on October 1 ith an
f armed British transport, the
Crosshill, with horses and
I Serbian grooms. On October
12th they sunk the British
I transportSebek deeply laden
Both strainers were bound
I for Salonika.
Paris:Serbian troops on
I the'wes'ern Macedonia front
are s iccessfully continuing
I their campaign for Monastir.
N They captured the village of
I Velyeselo within the bend of
I the Cerna River. Southeast
; of Monastir the Bulgarians
have suffered heavy losses in
eluding one hundred prison
ers and three cannon. The
Bulgarians lied.
London:Conditions were
extremely turbulent in Ath
ens Wednesday night. Greek
1 reservists ntxt out of hand
despite theiv-esence of strong
Entente dasV^hments of ma
rines. Entente patrols were
given virtually no assistance
by the Greek authorities.
Berne, Switzerland:Ger
many's Polish Legion has
collapsed. After long efforts
coercion and pressure Ger
many and Austria Hungary
succeeded in enrolling 18,000
Poles. Four Brigades muti
nied the beginning of Octo
ber and were disarmed and
imprisoned at Bresthiavisk
barracks. The remainder have
been sent to the interior of
Austria as.-unreliable.
Bucharest": Ron man inns
have taken the offensive in
(>vuz Valley through which
the Austro Germans invaded
Roumania and have driven
the invadres back to the
frontier. The Bulgarians and
Germans have taken the of
fensive on the whole Dobrtid
jn front driving back the
Roumanians, left wing.
Via Jamaica.
London:Tin' war office
announces a reconnaissance
against rtiff enemy at Mog
hara, 65 miles east of the
Suez Canal, has been carried
out by a mounted force. The
enemy were driven out of
their positions. Wecaptured
some prisoners and a number
of camels. Our losses were 1
killed and 1 wounded.
Rain fell heavily all morn
ing. We had slight advan
tage on our lines near Butte
deWarfencourt.
On the left bank of the
Cerna the Serbians brilliant
ly carried the entire village
(if Brod.
South of the Somme be
tween Biaches aud LaMais
onefte we made further pro
gress last night.
At NewagOS Roumanian
troops attacked the enemy
with the bayonet and des
troyed 12 of his cannon. 600
prisoners were taken.
()n I >obrudja the situation
i unchanged.
New York:The Cunard
Line steamei Allania which
sailed from h( re October 7th
was sunk by a "mine in the
English Channel today while
proceeding to London from
Falmouth.
"OUR DAY"
Red Cross Fund
288 4 1
J. R. C. YOUNG,
Hon. Secretary,
Food Here To Reach
New Heights Soon.
Prices of foods will reach new
high levels 111 New York this Win-
ter, according to information i>l>-
tained fioni dealers yesterday. I lie
recent advances in the prices of
milk and floui aie to he followed
by rises in oilier foodstuffs. Eggs
have advanced 2 cents a dozen
within the last few days; some
vegetables havrj made a jump up-
ward,and butter, ir.fluenced by the
record price, for this time of yeai
in ChfCargO yesterday, is expected
to make a gam of not less than 5
cents a pound in this market.
Already there is a wide margin
between the prices of most kinds
of fond now and at this time last
year.
Vegetables, it was estimated by a
dealer, are 25 per cent highei than
at tins time in 1915. I' ish is 10 pel
cent higher, and meat has gone up
from 2 to 4 cents a pound whole
To put on the pew man means.
therefore, to become like Christ,
the Lord from heaven. Each
baptized Christian has received
baptismal robe, has "put Ml
Christ" ; so he is bound to re
presesent Christ among liis fel
low men in righteousness and true
holiness.
We are not left in ignorance
as to the nature of the New
Life and in the verses following
this text the Apostle tells the
Christians at Ephesus what
putting on the new man means.
I. Firtt, he says, wherefore
putting away lying speak eve/y
man truth with his neighbour:
for we are members one of ano
ther Christ's intention was to
establish a holy brotherhood
among menthe Holy Catholic
Church. It is to be in union
with Him who is the truth
If members of this brotherhood
live lives of deceit, and lie to
1 ,1 h other, they destroy the
unity of the Body of Christ, for
by our Baptism, when we were
made members of Christ, we
Were also made members of
each other.
It is important to remember
sale, according to the kind.
Chickens winch were selling in j hn"w "sins 0f t|ie tongue tend to
this market at 21 cents a pound | brea,{ up the unily of the
h.st October are now quoted at 27 , ^ Chapter St.
o 28 cents: fowls have climbed'^, .- t ,
from .8 to a3 cents, and ,lucl Horn 18 to 22' cents. Eggs are 51 " quotes the proverb Let not
to
fr
horn 18 to 22J cents, l-.ggs are 5
cents a dozen higher than a yea., the sun go down upon your wrath,
ago, a-cording to a report from which means do not end the
Washington sent out by the De.
pirtinent of Agriculture yesterday
God" who has sealed us for God
bv our Baptism and he "Lay
nig; on of Hands", so that t
Seal of the Great King is signed
on our foreheads "unto the da\
of redemption", that is the Day
of Judgment when Christ the
Judge will own those who have
put on the nav man.
Then St. Paul contrasts the
old life with the new, In lying
"I* t all bitterness, and wrath
and anger, and clamour and
evil speaking, be put away from
you, with all malice." (Tins :s
the life of the old man) ; "hi 1
be ye kind one to another, ten-
der hearted, forgiving one ano-
ther." (Here is the life of th-
nrw man). And he gives tl
reason for our changed life,
"even as God for Christ's sak<
hath Forgiven you." The "new
man" lives the forgiven life "f
those who are "new creatures,"
and have "put on the Lord Je-
sus Christ."
"That having all things pone
Ami all your conflicts past,
Ye may obtain, through Christ
alone,
A crown of joy at last."
Good Organ
For Sale
Apply at
49 Dorchester Street
7\ 18 7
7 1 1
I 11 t)
10
0 (i
I
Contributions received by the
Chamber <>f t ommerce to dale.
Amount previously
reported,
Queen's College,
P. Searle,
Isiaiah Sweeting
and Employees,
L. G. Brice,
Employees Govi, House, 1
PortOfflc i & lln. Master, _>
Friend,
Misx 1 A. M. Creighton
and Olive Perkins, Matron
and Xtirsc B. CJ. I lospital,
A. Baker,
I. \V. Davis,
1. has, Johnson,
r. R. Alhury. Forbes Hill,
F.xuma,
H. Knowles, Pilot No. :{, f>
w. \. Griffin, Asst.
I >ip< ns.iry,
C. E. Bethel & employees JO
A. \Y. No lage, I-. Sarah
and Lewis,
liank of Nassau, Staff 8 11 0
|. K. Knowles Prison Staff,. 7 u
Dr. Pitt, I 1 0
Maff of the Prison, I B 0
Mrs. U. K. Maura, I 0
South and Long Island,
per |as. X. Bethel, :J E '
Frank Pritchard, 2 2 0
Employees w.l 1.11. Maura, :{ n u
Potatoes, this report said, are 116
percent higher than a year ago,
and cheese 23 cents higher, while
(lour if higher than at any time
since the civil war.
In Washington Market the deal
its expressed themselves on the
price increases as follows:
William Hahn, butter and eggs:
"Eggs are likely to go to 50 or 60
day with feelings of rage, I low
can you say your evening pray
er in such a frame of mind?
The evil one will then tempt
you to plans of revenge as you
He on your bed. So he adds
neither give place to the devil.
He who ends theday with envy,
hatred and malice in his heart
is like Judas who went out and
it was night. In this way we
cen s a dozen this Winter. The j ieaVe Christ, the Light of the
price of the best is now 45 cents. worit] ai|fj ,,() over to the evil
Last Winter, I think, the highest Qne
price was 45 cents. Neither butter " T| seco|K, ()ut of |e
nor etrgs have been put in cold .. /-.. / n
rtoragVas they were last year, "-nibers of the Chnstian Bro
Che,-., at 2i J to 22 cents a pound therhood is honest work. In
is higher than it has been si nee [JEphesuS there were some who
have been in busines here, forty had lived dishonestly. To
0 0 seven years.
them St. Paul savs Let him that
:t '.1
11 n
S (I
11 11
11 8
in n
:i n
I n
II 11
i 0
n 11
0 11
E Joseph, meat and poultry:' stole steal no more: but rather
"Meats are easier than they were a !\tt /,,', labour, working with his
week ago, though the prices "fog^, ti,c ti,i,lf, which is good.
compared with those "I .1 yeai ago
show decided advances. Changes
in prices, wholesale, since last ye 1
are: Beef, hindsand ni-s, 1015. 16J
centsa pound; 10.16, 18L Pork, 1915
17 cent; 1916, 21; smoked bams,
1915, 16 cents; 1916. 19J."
K. N. Eldrege, fish: "There has e(\ Lord chose to be a working
been no change in the price of fish man, so that they said of 11 i 111
m the list week. Prices are about | "is not this the Carpenter?" We
Kxuma per Commissioner, 2\ 12 0
Addinglon House Staff,
N. Schamcham and staff,
|"shu 1 Roberts,
E. L. I'owen andemplyes.
A merchants employees,
\. K. Cole,
i h.is. O. Anderson, 1
Maude L. Iliooke,
C. M. Hilton,
T. II. C. Lofthguse A st dl, 8
I has. p. AI bury, it emp's. .'(
Employees Coloeftal and
Victoria Hotels, 18 8 0
Timothy Eldon and emp's. 16 Q
0 11
2 8 >
5 0
l s n
2 16 0
in n
1 1 0
4 I)
1 n
8 5
l 11
The Development board, 26 1
John Puller employees, 1
A. II. Kelly, 1
Ella and Patricia Kelly, I
John S. George employees, 4,
J. K. Armoury, 1
Ellen Hall,
Cash, I
Allen Parks, I ,
J. C. Coakky. 1
Harvey Thompson and
Employees,
1 11
I 11
4 0
Q 0
H 0
II II
II (I
(I 0
10 per cent higher than they were
a year ago."
M ia H. Steiermann, bread: "Flour
for which 1 was paying $575 a
barrel in 1,000-banel lots last
June is now !?S 75, and everybody
is crying $10. Even if the present
price of flour is maintained, I ili>
not see anything ahead but a gene- deadlv sin of sloth It was this
ral advance in the price of bread.-'
The Xew York Times
THE NEW MAN
A Sermon for the nineteenth
Sunday after Trinity.
Ephesians IV, 24.-P.1f on the mandetl m this chapter that we
sin which led the Apostle t.
write, "we liear that there are
some which walk among you
disordeily, working pot at all,
but are busybodies." Such peo-
ple are not unknown in our own
times. 3. Work 1- also corfl-
,may be able to help the poor
fitwMan. l"That he mav have to give to
It is of no use for Christians to him that needeth' says St. Paul.
put off the old man unless they At the present time, when so
at the same time put on the New
Man. The house of our heart,
as our Lord warned us, may
seem to be empty of evil, ,bul
unless it is Idled with the Holy
Spirit Satan will re-enter and
C u the last state of that man sftall be
worse than the first. Elsewhere
St. Paul savs \'ut ye on the Lord
Jesus Christ (Unmans Xiii-14)
Christ is the Ne\v Man, the.Se
cond Adam, arnl in Holy Scrip
ture the New Life is sometimes
many of our brave men are
wounded in the war, we should
give a part of our earnings, as
fellow members of the Christian
brotherhood, to relieve their
distress.
III. Lastly, the Apostle des-
cribes f'lf new man in the fol
lowing words:"Let no cor
rupt communication proceed
out of your mouth". All sins
of the tongue are forbidden to
Christians, including falsehood,
compared to a garment which slander, and obscene converse
we put n, just as God Himself tion, and only say "that \. huh
is said to be Clothed with majes 'is good", because we .<\r to
ty dnd honour (Psalm civ, a) j "grieve not the Holy Spirit of
Some people think that work
is a hardship and idleness a
blessing. But from the begin-!
ning God gave man a work to
do. Adam was to dress and
keep the garden, and Our Bless
are bidden to work for three;
reasons: I. To proeme food
and the necessary things of life.
St. Paul told the Thessalonians
"If any would not work neither
shall he eat." .: As a remedy
for idleness and to avoid the
New Bicycle Tyres
For Sale
We put lhem on fur you free
of charge.
In stock a fine assortment of
other bicycle accessories.
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street. Nassau.
NOTICE.
BAHAMA ISLANDS
a NY person who can give any
/a information as to the
whereabouts of Charles Button
or of Richard Fernander both
formerly of this Island of New
Providence and who are believ-
ed to have Itft the Colony ma-
ny years ago, viz : Charles
Beacon about 5a years ago and
Richard Fernander about 30
years ago, is requested to com-
municate with the Attorney
Geneial without delay. Richard
Fernander is alleged to be an
illegitimate son of the late
11ti 1 ry Fernander of New Prov-
idence in respect of whose prop-
erty, escheat proceedings are
about to be commenced in the
Supreme Court.
KENNETH SOLOMON,
Acting Attorney General.
jist .September, 1916.
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that is in good
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Professional Announcement
DR. W. R. LAMB
American Oculist & Optician
Specialist in Examining the Eye and Correcting Defective
Vision at Hotel Nassau until October 25th inclusive.
HAS the pleasure to again announce to the citizens of New
Providence that lie may be consulted at the above ad
dress until the time stated. Those wishing a consultation should
make an appointment at their earliest convenience as he will not
remain longer than the -'5th.
lie is fully prepared, as usual, with the most modern instru-
ments and apparatus for thoroughly examining and refracting
the eyes according to the latest and most approved methods as
employed by the most eminent Oculists in the Metropolitan Eye
Infirmaries, and he lias the largest and best supply of all desira-
ble kinds and styles of lenses and mountings ol the best quality
ever brought to -Nassau, including several thousands ol sphero-
cylindrical, prismatic, bifocal and other kinds of lenses made
spi ciall) to order for the correction oJ ai tigmalism, weakness of
the ocular muscles and other eye troubles winch the ordinary
lenses will not correct.
Those who are troubled with weak eyes, defective vision,
headache, due to eye strain, eye ache, inflammation of the eyes
or the luls, weakness of the ocular muscles or any of the numer-
ous conditions of the eyes requiring a tborougli examination or
necessitating the use of glassesand most ol these troubles are
A nnouncement
Mr. Oscar E. Johnson
TAILOR and CLOTHIER
DEGS to inform his many Customers that he has just returned
*-' from New York where he became a graduate of the Mitchell
College of AmericaSi was awarded a DIPLOMA of efficiency in the
cveral branches of Tailoring. Modern Technique and Cutting
being his specialty.
This testimonial from such a high quarter will serve as a
Guarantee to confirm the confidence of his clientele in Ins skill
and in his well known three P's viz !
Price, Push, Punctuality. Patronage Solicited.
OSCAR E. JOHNSOiN, No. 9, MarketSt.
Continued from 1st Page
war might have been over by
now. Mr. Lloyd Geoige's virws
permanently cured by accurate refraction ami properl) adjustedL,ere' resisted for nine months
glasses would do well to embrace the presi nl i xceptional op-
portunity of giving their eyes the attention they requirean
opportunity which for completeness of apparatus and supply of
lenses and mountings, thoroughness of examination, perfection
of refraction which brings the vision up to the highest standard
possible and for the best and most satisfactory results is equal in
ever) respect to the best obtainable anywhere abroad as thou-
sands of4is patients here and elsewhere are willing to attest.
His method of examination with the ophthahmoniPter,
electric ophthahrhoscope and relbioscope are so careful, tho-
rough and accurate that the diagnoses the cause of the defective
vision or eve trouble, so that the best and most satisfactory re-
Then began the gr< at role of
the French Premier, M. Briand.
General JofTre himself had been
conv< rt d to the Salonica idea.
ami can led it with famous en-
ergy ai an intensely dram itic
war Douncil held in London.
But it was necessary to give a
vet fuller and more masterful
interpretation to the theory of
action in the Balkans. As pre-
sident of the conferences of the
DRINK*
Welch's Grape uuice.
suits are always obtained from the glasses he prescribes, which QraiM] Alliance in Paris, M.
are accurately fitted and warranted to be cortect. They are not
only guaranteed to be absolutely perfect in the correction of the
refraction and for the production of the clearest vision possible,
but for durability and general satisfaction and the immediate
relief of head-ache, eye-ache and other ocular troubles which
call for the use of glasses, thev are equal to the best that could
possibly be obtained am w here abroad.
Comparatively few of those who are using glasses have the
kind their eyes require, the kind which gives the bpst vision, the
most comfort, and which preserve the sight and keep it normal
all through life. This is because the eyes in most cases have
not had the careful and thorough examination by a qualified
specialist which is most important and necessary when thebest
results are desired. As the accomodative power of the eye grad
ually weakens as one grows older it becomes neci ssary to make
achanjje of glasses every three or four years and many make a
Briand was in a position of rare
influence. He used that influ
ence. I le used that influent e
With all his impressive and pel
suasive < loquence to enforce the
doctrine of the single and eon-
tinuous front, linking up all the
Allied armies from Belgium
through France, Italy, the Bal-
kans and Rumania into Galicia
and Russia.
It was a magnificent concep-
tion. It combined, as events
have already shown and will
el prove more vividly, thespi-
nt of Grant with that of Lee.
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Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
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15s. per doz.
I I'mis, 9d.
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1 l'mts, 5d.
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A
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great mistake in continuing the use of unsuitable glasses, it is Under the conditions of IP u< I.
ncipal causes of cataract and other serious eye warfare the Centra
oiv of the pri
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Dr. Lam!) is certificated in both medicine and optics, has
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of many countries where he has practised his profession contin-
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W
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YOUR TAILO R.
il Empires
had to be attacked all around
before the Allies" superiority of
resources, their grasp of the ini
dative, their final int> ll-cliial
d< urination could come into full
play.
Bulgaria Only
Obstacle-
To the completion of the vast
scheme urged by M. Briand
Bulgaria is the only obstacle.
The present combined effort to
force or remove that obstacle is
no sideshow, as superficial judg
in.nts were long apt tosupp' i
but is one of the crowning
things of this war and one of
the most fascinating move
ments in any war From the
lust I have risked the opinion
that HindenBurg is bound to
make an effort tosave Bulgaria
and the connection with Tur
key He is bound to do that if
he is to have any chance of
saving oven Austna and Staying
the advance of total disaster. I
Wird er es machen ? We shall
soon see, but I think not. Ku
mania has by no means shown
her fulj hand. There has been
some fear lest General Sarrail
mifffef delay too long. lest Rns
222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
Bicycles for Sale,
Hire and Repaired
sia might attempt the march
thwurgh the Dobrudfa With in
kufficieiit forces. I believe the
tear will prove mistaken on
both acumnts. As regards .the
Eastern question in the war,
Russia and the other Allies have
the cards and wfl know well
haw to play them.
By the gross delusion about
their fighting and intellectual
superiority, the Germans them
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 18s
per IOOO._ No better grade than these on the Marjfet5 36X
rtaet-
ennu
"Primes" Cypress at 3.2s. per 1000. This grade dunes
same guarantee as theBests."
Any defective shingles can be returned.
A'lsochcaper grade in stock
Aprilbth. 1916 C. SAUNDERS.
oui
selves created first the entente
cvrdiiile between France and
Britain, then the Triple Entedte,
bringing Tn Russia, and ft nail)
the Grand Alliance, at present
cousiMing of rtine nations, with
I^CTWer to odd to their number.
It may remind us of the old
Rdman advice about rearing a
tiger cub : "Better not rear
him."
New York Tribune.
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Advertise in
The Tribune.
There are
above 40,000 people
of my race in the Bahamas,
therefore why should I worry.
Instead. I shall simply remain,
Viours faithfully,
Dr. J. A. WRIGHT
(Dentist.)
37 Market Street,
Nassau, N. P.
Office Hours:
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Sundays, 9 to ii a.m


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