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%  L Gil BKRf HI'l'I'LH, Editor -IOI-'IICI Corner Sriirlev & Charlotte Sta .\j i,| lfV< ly Monthly PWIK'llv Half Yea !v. ttatU is Ml & MrvS. A. Ddlet. Mi Cha i). Anderson, Hon. H. W Lightboucn Mr F. S Vnnbrister, Mr. G. VV. Donaldson, Mr.R.V tie Mr. John P. W.Turtlei I O. Daughters of the Empire [National Chapl ^^^io^^?^!^tiirday^ctober28^9l7. i o 4 1 4 3 o 12 o o 500 1 12 6 3 3 0 s a 0 IO JO o PA1 LI MC IN ADVANCK *'lieil Irs : -ix • %  • er III if':; '• I i IDS, %  itli 1 II'':, n "Con Artu a %  Ji the 1 ' 1 ni I f tut '• 1 %  II .in,/' imvarrant p* Zhc tribune Saturd ay October 28, 1 I*he Arrierican Pn sidi ntial Election draws 11 • ai On November 71I1 the votes will be cast and softn aftei we shall know whether a I >emo> ( rat or B Republican u ill next Spring occupy the Chair of the Chief Executive. We doubt whether it will make any real difference in the attitude of the United States towards ilie belligerent nations if Hughes sliouid win. We are of opinion thatWils. n could not have taken a firmer line on the submarine ques tion, for the simple reason that he had not a united par-; ty to bark him on thai issue. Hughes is apparently a more Cautious man than Wilson and promises to be, if elected, B colourless President, The issue of the Election is in doubt. The Maine Election seems to point towards Hugh" BS as the winner, but Wilson seems to have got a strong hold on the La Sou 1 vote b\ his action in preventing the Railway strike, and these masses of voters may balance the return of main of the Progressives to the Republican fold. On the whole, however we incline to the view that Hughes will win. When we think of the Protectionist tendencies of the Republicans, we fear thai they might put up the Tariffs again and make things hard er for the Bahamas in doing so. So we are not sure that we want to see Hughes on top. —:o:— Dr. Gascoyne St .Pierre Worrell of Smithfield, N.C. who has been travelling around our islands for the last year has now decided to locate in our city. We notice that he has taken an office at Mr. F. II. Mowe's Drugstore, 40.8 Eas1 Bay St. £ N S 4 '3 (i "OUR DA Y" RED CROSS FUND. Contributions in cash received by the Chamber of Commen e I i date. Amount previously reported £yj \ 6 Dr. & Mrs. Culmer 550 Collection at Cathedral Collection at Zion Baptist Church 250 Friend IO „ 'I lie Mangos and Sponge yard 2 N. VouvalisA Co. and empli >\ ees 11. S. Black and emploi Mr. & Mrs T P Moore Pattei a nd employee. I lei iregory Bros. I lenry Jon< 1 Mrs F A. Garner Miss Eunice bethel The Misses Mlardyce "I he I 'ageant" The Boy Scouts is) Battalion Dr I Ion "1 11. Johnson 200 Sybil Pa ,, ,, Kirk wood Parks 1 0 V Fri 100 %  Commissioner g 12 IO Proo tai n n 1 11 7, Public School children 1 0 5 Watling Island pei Coinmissinnei 6 is 1 St. John'Baptist Church l a 1 A. P.Si 4 0 E. 11. Stewart Rec. Gen. Dept. 8 o 3 a 4 19 6 800 2 in o 500 11 0 50 1 f, Total ^534 8 6 I. R.C. YOUNG, Hon. Treasurer. \ contributor ap] ing in 1 ur la: I Saturday's issue s I K. Kno \ I s, Prison Staff should read Joseph Knowh 17 shillings. CHILDREN OF THE EMPIRE FUNDfor maimed and blinded i Sailors. We have bei n requested by the Private Secretary to ack nowledge the following sum which has been received by lbs Exi ellenc) on account of the above Fund :— Previously acknow ledged ^, 44 0 j Port Howe School, per Mr J. 1). Dorsett, <> 10 o £'45 o 1 To b3 had atall Grocers C. L. LofthoUSe-Company'a Agent TAILORING I TAILORING! 4 1 doCubs do do do RED CROSS MOTOR AMBULANCE FUND. Previously acknowledged, ^784 o o •Sympathy' ao 10 o Mr. C. Mnlone, 000 Mrs. Josiah Sands, (Cherokee Sound) 010 Mr. A. G. Sweeting 500 •' 3rd do " 6th do " 8th do " 1st The (iirl Guides 1st 211(1 " 3rd S. C. McPherson Cooks Barber shop Friend The Ladysmith Store Rowl. B. Cash Custom's staff Guardian Office Stall Moselej 's Book Store City Puss Staff S\ mpathizer A \i. Farrington R. T. Roberts J. I'.. Lowe Pen \ Claridge Thoi B Robinson Darnel Capron R. \\. Sawyer and employees c Sol. Fin lay son 1 Louis Newchurch Wm. (iiist T. J. Knowles 1 A. F. Moore 1 do 2 employees N'ath. French & employees Mangrove Cay, Andros District per Actg. Commissioner O. f. McDonald Mars Bay 4 13 3 Pure Gold 4 17 11 Deep Creek 1 4 9 Kemp's Pay 1 12 11 Smith Hill 1 17 5 Long Ray Cay 5 18 Drigga Mill 1 14 Mangrove Cay 9 2 6 5 10 0 16 .5 o 0 12 8 12 to 7 3 3 ' 12 o 6 o o o o I I 3 3 o o -1 0 8 3 6 1 4 4 2 BAHAMIAN RED CROSS GUILD Received bom Mangrove Cay and from Public School • 11 Kemps Pay, Andros Isld. — 100 walking sticks and a palmetto leaf baskets. I om the Current — 31 hats 3 king shells, 1 bath sp< I and 1 basket of limes collected by Mr. C. II. Lowe. A. J. KEMP -TAILORAnd Artistic Cutter 11 luaU 1 the Jno. J. Mitchell's School of Garment Cutting KEW V RKl Iprepared to Rive the I. I I and the besl tatitfaction to tin :..l public REPAIRING. CLEANING and PHESSINQ cnrefiilly Attended to. YOl/R PATRONAGE will be npprec-lnted No. ..' 1 .1st l',.i \ Street, N \ s ,i BAH AM \s. IO 0 I 0 10 I i o o 0 10 0 5 o 14 o SUPREME COURT The Court met yesterday according to adjournment and the case of the King vs. Stephen Gaitor Fraudulent misappropriation of property was pro e. led with. Aftei an hour of deliberation the Jury disagreed. The Court adjourned to Tuesday next, the 31st. MAILS. Foreign Mails to be despatched via Miami, Ila., per "France E." will be made up and closed on Saturday next, Nov. 4th, at 8 a.m. O. J. McDonald Commissioner St Andrews Presbyteri an Church Zachary Taylor Friend Dry Goods friend 13d. of Education Staff Si. Teachers in N.P. KV M Lightbourn St Matthews Church Widow (iirl Guides 2nd Batt. additional Trinitv Chun h Mrs H. T. Drice 4 6 3 3' 1 4 o o 20 1 I 9 0 o 1 o 9 o 10 9 o o 1.5 o 8 0 10 o 10 6 8 200 Vrom Saturday 21st October. The motor vessel "Panama" arrived from Miami, Fta, on Saturday the 21st with a cargo ol Flour and Shingles and the following 25 passengers: Messrs. I Ferguson, S. Dean, G Sawyer, G. Moss, S Cleare' J Clarke, R.C. Peacock, F. A. Moss, S Cunningham, R Dele veaux, T. Moss, \V. Deleveaux, Kontsourais, H. Major, Clarke X Kelly, R. Sands ; Masters C. McPliee, J. Dean ; Mesdames Mahalia McPhe^Hertha Albury Augusta CobarwAgues Jones; Misses Mary Jones (infant) Hilda Dean, —:o; — The Ward Line S.S. "Mexico" arrived from New York on Sunday 21st—already reported. The sch. "Admiral" arrived from Miami, Fla. on Monday the 23rd with a cargo of Lumber and Shingles and the following 5 passengers: Mi. Jeremiah Pinder, Me* dames V,i ton.1 Mingo, Alerick Burrows, Remilda Rolle, Miss Elizabeth Burrows. The sch. "Hattie Darling"ar rived from Miami, Fla. on Mon day the 33rd with a cargo () f Lumber and the following 10 passengers: R. Hannah, B. Hannah, A. Thompson, J is X. Dillier, Hen ry Williams. I) Strachan, S. Roberts ; Mesd imei L Taylor F. Thompson, Miss Hazel Tay lor (infantj The Ward Line S.S."Monter ey' arrived from Havana on Thursday 26th—already report ed. The Ward Line S.S. "Monter ey" tailed for Xw y 0 rk on riuns lay afternoon taking the following passengers Dr. W. R. Lamb, Messrs. John Burnside, W. ,F O'Neil H. N. Chipman, Perkins F. Smith] Mrs. Zoi Caroniadis. Mr. Jas. McDonald, Miss fan nette McDonald. Capt. W Q. Brands, Messrs Artl ur Mdler, Harry bason, A. Knowles, Matthew Johnson." List of cargo shipped per "Monterey :" 544 bales sponges, 89 bales re Fnse sponge. 791 bales sisal, 6 bales sisal waste, 43 baled hark, 20 bbls hark, 107 bh!s. shells, 1151 boxes grapefruit, 27 boxes' oranges, 1035 cases canned goods, 45 bags coo, ;i ,ints, 3 bbll old metal. 6 empty drums. 3 pkgs. sundries. He went to a School of Gunmen, in Cairo and made 99 .5-'' p.c and got an Instru tors Certificate. Of 500 men in the school onl) other equalled his per cent age. All the other bahamiaas came out First Class. o: — fBy ',1 NNE8 SMITH, H .2 Bah imaaC IN THE TRENCHES "Somewhere in Egypt" Wean Fai away from thedtai I! |. ''' 'tell I the mi ,,, Bgypl I I While it >as in in boom. I I hope will toon 11 To talk ab ui th< Fai t — And tell tl, c b >yi they I I roi cowardly banging bai k. %  hint old boys Go up, an you eoliti %  I 'J ';"' beahamed whan ui Ami tins world'i happineai OUR SOLDIERS. Lance-Corporal I. 8. Bain is in the trenches in Egypt in charge of his Machine Gun Section. In the trem hi l, Somew here rn Egypt, August 27th, 1,,,f, i" tin inhabitant* o( the Bahamai •nd the Ediioi of "The Tribune." Nearly a ye ir has pa SSI rj away and. no doubt a \eai will have passed already, by tin' time that this reaches you all, and being detached f, (III our regiment and the othei boys, we feel it our dutv as Bahamians to let you know h w we are getting on. No doubt some will wonder why we arc not withoui reg "iient. Well, we anMachir< Gunners and have been rj< |tai li'cl to take charge pf ; 1 1 tain portion of tin lin, which other infantry rcgiments are holding. Here I might explain that M. Gs. are never with theirOWBregunent. There are only five of us together from the Ba hamas and I am glad to s,,\ I we erequitewell. Ofcours. 1



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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday October 28, 1916, we have passed and are passing through much hardships %  m>v' left home, but we ha^fDorne them bravely as all Bahamians usua II) do. The greatest troubles here are the heat, sand, and fifes Egypt as you know is nothing but sand. Everywhere you look you see Baud, you eat and di ink it daily. Nexl omes itnpRes, they certainh 1<(T[) VOU >h work'and th< %  never one moment when they are out of your company Well, tins is the land where i j >.l sent the plague of flies, and although Pharaoh lias been dead for hundreds of years the blooming flies have ot gone to look lor him yet. They usually gel the greater pa 11 of 3 iii grub whenever you start to eat. After seeing this no one in e.l wondei wh) much sickness haunts this kind. Now I am sure everv one would like ti i know Low w e are getting on lor grub I ton't bothei Some gi ub < lur mi •in i lianges daily. Ilere's a little copy: Sand, 1 N Bully Beet and B \, 11 .i %  n: Bend an I ti \ M I, i s.m !. .'. i• and Bully I•• F. A %  •. %  DAY M v it, S ti ••' i Bully B< %  i Ai riai i .i .n I M ii i i ila Vou i an be ure of a i hange eai li >lay. I he Mm is usually ioo* in the shade at day and to' be low tero in the night, so you can always fancy the char OUR PATH IN DANGEROUS DAYS A Sermon for the twentieth Sunday after Trinity. Ephesians V. is, 16. "See then that \e walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise. Redeeming the tune, because the days arc evil." In the epistle for this Sund t). three things are taught us %  — First, the duty <>f care in our daily walk ; secondly, we are to avoid intemperance in th? use knocked the spoon and pan for cymbals, Johnson beat the Iantase for drum. Smith w is bandmaster and Bain was spokesman. We certainly had some tune. A we do not wish to intrude upon the generosity of the Editor, we i g to be reini mlii red to the inhabitants ol t he Bahamas. Thanking you Mr. Editor for youi -pare, \\'e air, Lam e Corporal I. S Bain, (No. 5, 1st Bahamas Contingent.) Johnson, (i. No24, is; /;. C.) A ran ha, G. (No. 3, Hi B C.) Herbert, II. {No. 5.5, 2nd B. C.) Armbrister, M. {No. IB, Itt B. C.) ANNOUNCEMENTSBAP1 IS! UNION. Parliament St On Sunday (October 29th th r< will be a Speoial Children's Si rvici at \ p.m. consisting of music and Ri 1 iations by the 11 and ( %  Idren, All arc in vited. Colh in 'ii at the 1 lose. Milton A Russell, I iri 1 I 1 BEHOLD THE LAMBt >I GOD. The above is I • % %  t! 1 me 1 ere by announced for Prof. Howell's He is our food for tha journey I >urse at the Adventist chap of Life and he I us by lbs el Sunday night. "Behold the teaching and example, but most mb ol God, which taketh of all bv His Bodj and Blood, av.a\ ihe MII i.t thi .'. • rid." Sin of which He said "He that eat iMh of tins Bread he shall live forever." I 1 I With watchful complete ness against our spiritual foes. enemies on either side of the read which leads to our et. Home, "Our adversary devil as a i aiiir. lion walketh about seeking whom he may devour.'' 11. I'eter v. 8.) II. We now come to C< I he second portion of the ti ''Redeeming the tin 1 b ause the days are evil. The words "Redeeming the time' mean 1 tping for yourselves the op portunity, justas a man watches the market prices so that In may seize the best time 1 get a of wine or other "strong drink"; good priei for his wares so the thirdly, we are to ofle n tant Christian is warned to let no iy, thanksgiving to Almighty God. I. 'See that ye walk circumspectly", The word "see" rfl minds us of our Lord's word "watch". The Christian sol dier is on sentry duty and must keep his ayes open. The sailor also has to keep a sharp look out for racks and shoals. Then we note the word "walk". Life is often, in the Bible, romp HI to a walk. Thus the first Psalm begins "Blesse is the man that hath not walked in the cou of the un| 1 from me. I rejoice that I have done something for the fatherland and that I still have more to do". Athens, 25:—The Greek govern ment today issued a communication to clear up the misunderstandings due to exaggerated re ports of King Constantins inter view with the French Military Attache 00 Pridaj. The communication explains that the French gov. made DO aids but merely submitted 1 memorandum and that the a ig 1.1 verdecleared tl at he was prepared to break official rela tions with the Entente. It is hour pass without trying to make good use of time. For \ thought that as a result of a coo time Cannot be recalled. If we do not grasp and use our opportunities they never return to us. Aiul the Ap stle giv< s as a reason for this good use of our time and opportunities, that "the days are evil." If the days were evil whi 1 St, Paul wrote to the people of Ephesus, they iic more <-\ il and dangerous to day. The passions and lusts of men are let lo ise in this war. versation between the king ai the Fri rich Minister tins mi 1 I ing during which explanatu west rnadi the French marines may be withdrawn from Athens and Piraeus. The royal statement says the situation lias been improved con siderablyon account of the loyal declarations of the king regard ing his sentiments towards the Enti nte and also on account of h Ministers assurance All over the world religion The Christian la to walk (1) seems to have little powei to 1 pectingthe intentions of the with good companions, not with restrain wii and evil tente towards Greece. These evilones; 1 In God's light as very active and successful. Christ said "II any man • in the day he stumbleth n >l No man would sell ct a pitel I In 1the time for all nesl Cl to watch tin ir oppiirtunitii s and to make 1 luse of all urn ui happin< s-. Who would 11 %  • t w ish to be free Irom it ? A dark night to walk over a rocky ,v l|v '' ol them to extend the dangerous road. 1) With food Kingdom of Cud. The gre I foi the journey. Tins is why Mission of Repentance and Hope Our Lord said "I am the Bread", which is ing held in England is om in which the Church is "Redeeming tintime because the d il." L< I us 1 ray that < lod may bless th.it mission 1 1 the salva 1 ion of manv si mis. ns is certainly some place not every one apply it remedy has been provided Shall < >ur soldiers in the war, where —a regular hell on earth, lint wdiat do we care. We have i ificed h une and its coinirts to come and do our "bit" and we are doing it. We d n't know what ll %  at home are doing ; hope t hat they are t hink%  ning to do some The to be destroyed. may be saved. ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL, Mi tin ; St. Rev. ns for w liking "circumspectly". Telegrams October 37th tgi6. STORM. Washington, 27th —10 a.m. —Pressure is still generally I iw over the ('neater Antil a.m., I I.W. Bradford. Supt. 11 a.m. 'Nevei Man spike like this ; Our Lord said "narrow is the Man." 7 p.m. "The effect of good wav that lead ah to et rnal How woul the) look f ,„. evi ] •• Good MuiiCi Extra •. Pleasant ushi rs. —:o: — II. C CHRISTIE.—4.30 p.m '• Because the 1 [ es an( j Western Caribbean but apparently with a rising when The Boy -'Come I I' HMO. 'I he B ihamas has the least ol all the W( t In i a Id .a Is, but it h 1 right t md in Kemp's Hall, East •Bay St. by %  I • : .. i ', h vays >hiiw Eastern Cemi Sub supel ioril v. I Ins can tenden j. No definite < entre of distui bance is h icati d 5U| iroven when I ij thai n't any Second Class Iiine t iunners, \i iflemen, Buglers or 1 id l 1111 : 1 %  is Wi II here we are in the 1 trenches, attachI to the one fifth Suffolk. Vlthough we have been hi re n si \ weeks awaiting with pleasure he appn tach of the Turks, we have always been disappointed, thev have toui led every part of t he line except oui part, no doubt thev have heard that the Bai 1 MI .a 11 (• 11 n 11 %  is are holding this part of tl>line. Their Veroplan c< >me over to pay is a visit si imetimes but t hey never come withi %¡ range 1 il our deadlj w< apon We pi ay thai they w< >uld come down %  l i that we could pmpty tin-500 pei minute rhain, bul they never dp; we issure us Bahamians that we ild In ing down the first thai comes within 2500 aids. We don't know how the licnics arc %  on tin 11 We had a COn< I it in our 1 out on the annn rsarj f our enlistment. We bad in acco dean which Gunner \iml'i istcr playt il. Aranh 1 "The Cup in (ienesis 1 p lli'Corn" froui Coat (Cnmraftcs %  ui ill.mn %  l-.it In md tl %  -M ; W In ir II Ui n nil' 1 In land IO ui light TIlS I %  1 I % %  ;: %  %  -. 1 1 < % %  iritn w .1 .: ve lu ?bad n I play They 11 .1II f< %  < mc and y u, .Nil I shall Iheii mem I lli.it wi 1 iw dustv imile i'i %  1 1 sailed "A ll*well, r I 1 I W 1 'i the 1 ii-:'-' %  1 11 I-,MI %  Wc And the morn will find them waiting In 1!: .11. life I hose w ho walk on the Bahama ou1 islands have to i In l. OUl for deep 111 %  a fall into which would mean injury or death. There are pit : .11-. ti", on eithi e ol the terest at 5). pen ent nanow path" which leads t> payable in two installments, one ol 1 lin %  and 1 >; New Vi 11 k, 2 5: Ace irding to officia I anm >ui cem< nt the late British loan u ill beai in and the hi ivenly land. j. li ise ol the w e kn< ss n| our nature. We are "earthen easilj broken. If a man an ies a pot of gold coins ovei 1 rough r< iad he is vei \ live yens. The announ men*, states that the loan was made in adv of the time contemplatcareful that he does not makes "' by the British Government p. "We have tli • trea: :| lS ) mon J suie in earthen vessels", says market and it is expected to St. Paul. 1 ause for a time at leasl a i. V third reason for walking cessation of the enormous 1 umspei 1 Iy" is thai our mainflow of gold into this country ny temptations make the way which is said to have caused ap sliopt 1 j I rni| tatiijns are 1 assurano s were giv< n with a vie A ol re • stab'.isbing relations of confidence with tne Hellenic government on a basis ,,f main tenant e of binevoleot neutrality in conformity with tl e | re> ioul agreement. Petrograd, a 5: -The Rouman< iansand Russians haveevacuatd the I ) .ini!1 a town of Tcher navoda thewai offii eam,nun e I today. The statement says that Von Mackensens armj is COB tinuing its attacks all along the Dobru Ija fi nt I hi Ru iso Rt u manian position at Lake 'I ai 1 aul, near the Black Sea, aboul 1 j miles north of Constanza has also been evacuated. South of D irnawatra near the frontier junction of Bukowina 1 ransylvania and Roumania the Roumanians have dislod I the Teutons from a serii s^of hts the offii ial announce ment records, taking some 1 11 oners a n bine guns. London, %  -,: The official re port of the day from the Fraj 1 tan front follows; pp %  fell during the w hi le of !,! I luring the night the enemys artillery was active is northeast of Courceffette and along he Bapaume P road. \\ ashington, 35: Domin ttion bj the allied nation • of the worlds raw material 1 ssenti \ rican manufactun is I ag I" 1 a 1 rovi dcom lusivi b lo ofii (ids here toda) ol a comprehi 11 sive summary of British n policii s as to imports into l country. As a r< suit thEntente I'.n is economic 1 onfrr ence is regarded henw ith fai %  1 disquiet than befor* I hi icres STORM October 8th, 1916 Washington, 28th Pre is rising over the I i e iter Antil 1 B and Western Caribbean but conditions are still unsettled off the East Coast of Florida with lairly strong Northeast winds. prehension in banking circles do ni ei il War after because p er ol inflation the war at fiist viewed us oui and fictiti ms valui s, lnd polii ies •.-. hich coul London, 2$: Thi foil iurvive the heat o' war and two letters intercepted on their looked upon as a more pi way to Germany were made proposition in the light of inyej I grov Ns, men ha\ e to walk ov er them watch ing lesl they should slip. This is why ()ur Lord t mghl u |ua\ "Lead us not into tempta tion." I We must "walk eircum from Max, 461 I ?th Street, s,l| d\ of the fa I i Iy," too, because we cann t South Boston, addressed tolas always see far ahead. In God's brother, and said: — [public here today. The firsl is] tigationconsequently an eai 1 • 1 ing made. WANTED S HOE-MAKER foi repaii work. $10. guaranteed on pi' ce woi k. Steady jot) Wi ite at m BOSTON fHOE STOBE 711 Ave, I). Miami, Ma, wisdom no one kno A the futun We have to walk" like a child with one hand placed tru-ifull, in our Father's. When tic sei-ui dark' let us turn to God's Book as interpreted l>\ God's I loly Church, Foi "The word 1 lantern unto my Feet: nnd a light unto mv paths" Psalms' cxix, 1 1-, While St. Paul tells Tim othy that the Christ is "the pil lar and ground of the truth." So %  may safely trust I lis '.aid a nee as to what we are to lieve and to do, 5. The lasl reas< n for w alk circumspectly is that we hive numerous wakeful and 1111 "11' M I 1 iustav I he Willi sailed tod I .1111 to S! I till the end of the wai 1 %  Willehad will act within the Ani'i i' an three mile limil ti legrai h station for uul She has four months provisions abroad.' 1 The second lctt< 1 the captain of the Willehad, ted I 11 hi ns who wrote from NewLondon lo hissistei io I i many saying:— "I ii .. e I am here as captain of the Willhad. The Koin still lies at ii' iston. 1 nm here with the Willehad on a special ion Latei you will hear n NOTICE. Ml-1I ING of the SI of F %  %  m 1 ne imperial Wi '.'111 n \ urance A o• iation, Ltd will I e held 'it ihe Company's .dine, .,., St. at 4 p.m. "it I 11. 7th November, 1916. J s. WALTER, Managing Din rtor. Advertise in The Tribune.



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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday October 28, 1916. 2 PIECE and UNION SUITS Continued from isf pa fed us most was the iron discip li BKTRtTAILTRASL 4^ Sold by W.Hi/ton 260 Bay St. CRYSTAL L,\Vr ICE O JR is now able to supply .ill the Ice necess irv for home consumption and to lei the public prices have In i n share in the benefit. Our reductd as follows :— 12 lbs at 41.d. 24 Si M 9(1. 48 II M Is 6d. 100 M II 3s. It is our duty to protect homi industries and th< figures listed above are intended to give the public an advantage that they have not hitherto enjoyed. Complaints of any kind reported to the proprietor will receive prompt and courteous attention. DEPOT S. Bay St. City, The Ire House. E. Bay St. (near) The Gay dene, open next week. Shirley St. II. J. Claridges' Grocery Store, open today East St. (new Road) C. C. Smith's Grocery Store, open next week. Baillou Hill Road Store, Corner Delancy Hill, open next week. HAROLD a. M JOHNSON, Prop. Keeping Guard T HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citiaen must bear in this Mason of national peril, othsr than fighting for the Hag. Not the least f these preserving the balance of trade. SHOE 14 STORE is on guard, and in spite of the advanng price of leather and the increase in the wages of the factory workers, have succeeded in securing the largest order of its history. This week's consignment per "Kotonia" sums up aio cases containing 6656 pairs of boots and shoes all, hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan 10 he a prisoner, he said, %  typi tally armgant Hun, and evidently ruler ol the roost among thfl other prisoners, for they were very respectful to him when he spoke t<> them. I thought at the tim< ha typified the L'ntcr OffigUr one used to read about wha.i disclosures were made in the papers about treatment meted out by < Serman officers, and non-commissioned officers to their subordinates. Ids manner, whilst cxtrciu. lv respectful to us, clearly said "You've got me here, but there's plenty of others who will finish you off.' When questioned as to what he thought ol the war, he said he was sure the Germans would win and thai the war would be over by Christmas. He admitted that one of the difficulties they had was due to the fact that the Wurttmbergera, Saxons,and other Germatic peoples disliked the Prussians io tensely. We then wondered on to an' th 'r man, who was quite will • ing to talk. Ha had been a waiter in the grill of th. Si vo\ for four years, ami so spoke very Rood English. He was a Bi r hner with a wife and family. He had been at the front silica the outbreak of war, and was in the infantry. He had the Iron C loss, and class foi two years' distinguished Geld servii e H< was surprised when taken pri soner by us, as he said they had no idea the British were oppos ing them; they thought they were still dealing with the French. He said that the Gar mans feared us far more than anv one else, lie said also that the German people en ten d into war very reluctantly, and they never thought England would K against them, lie was nn feignedly glad to be a 1 and did not hesitate to saj so. Before being taken he had lived on cold coffee, bullj beef, and biscuits for several days— they couldn't get anything hot because our "strafe" prevented it. He said also many things winch I cannot write, but which were very interesting to us. lie said there was undoubtedly a shortage ol food in Berlin due to our blockade. Well, he won't complain of bad food now,any way, as we saw their food cook ing, and, by Jove it was excel lent. More "Fleisch" than they'd had for months, he said. Their sleeping accomodation ai exci llent: in fact, all at rangements were. We treat them a darnedpite better than they treat our chaps, there's, not the slightest doubt of that.' I think the thing that imp ne. When we passed any of them even at quite a distance they came to attention until we had passed, and I was speaking to the Ptldvotbtl for quite 20 minutes and he stood to atten tionthe whole time and didn't English under shell fire afi< 1 being taken prisoner. At leathat s what we were told. I. was quite a lad, too^srtainb not more than 20. ^ r All the men had seen piai tically two years of war, s> they weren't poor looking men. move a muscle. It just shows j as they comprised part of tin what their own officers expect first troops ticrmany put inl< and get from the in. 1'heie were I the held. Some of them were several men there wearing slightly wounded and all the black and white ribbon of the Iron Cross, 2nd clasi and one man had a Red Cross man, has been recommended for nn English decoration for gallantry m tending wounded t lit n 1 looked 0! out, as a time you read your Times of August 25. you'll appreciate that. — "Times." tnein looxea worn 01 theyv'e had a ileMrc • f a from ns. If you read sour The True Safeguard of Baby's Health ^lenburys Foods T HE milk of a healthy mother confers a degreeof immunity to infection to the young infant. Many mothers, however, thou h willing-, cannot nurse their babies for various reasons. In such cases the greatest cars should betaken in selectinga proper substitute. Ordinary cow's milk pannot be regarded as a safe food for infants it is acid, contains indigestible curd, and is almost invariably contaminated With harmful germs. By using the "Allenburys" Foods, which are free from all dangerous organisms, and effectually replace hum.in milk, security for baby is ensured and vigorousgrowth and health are promoted. The "Allenburys" Foods are largely used and recommended by the Medical and Nursing Professions; they have stood the test of time and have become a household necessity all over the world. The 'Allenburys* Infant Dietary A/offer and Chid. Hah, H m—tki. ttJ/rom birln am Int'Allrnlmryi' Fomil L MILK FOOD No. 1. Prom Mirth u> 3 month* MILK FOOD No. 2. Kroni 3 to 6 months &f ,\\ %  MALIEDFOODNo. 3 I %  r > months ui<"** U Tht 'Allrnburyi' Foods arc mad* under special procctu* by machinery, and are entirely untouched by hand. 64 Write for •• book-Infant *>ne> Management* press Allen £$ Hanburys Ltd.. London, England. A.D. 1715. Eatablished 200 Year*. A.DI9I5. With these reinforcements he Rig Four will be able to keep the enemy High Prices off its territory and Customers may rely on purchasing at the old prices in spite of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Man kets abroad. G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big 4, Bay St. (Sponge Exchange) There are above 40,000 people of my race in the Bahamas, therefoie whj should I worry. Instead. I shall limply remain, Yours faithfully, DR. J. A. WRIGHT „ (Dentist.) 37 Market Street, Nassau, N. I\ Office Hours: 9 ''in. to 5 p.m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m Simplest and Rrat New Bicycle Tyres FOP Sale We put them on for you free of charge. In stock a fine assortment of other bicycle accessories. BRUCE JOHNSON 43 King Street, Nassau. Imperial West Indian Assurance Association, /. / M I TED. Authorized apital £5,000 LOW RATES FOR WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS and LIFE INSURANCE Prompt and atisfactory Adjustments of Claims. HOME "OFFICE:— 264 Bay Street, Nassau. •( The Tribune" Office FOR Commercial and Artistic Printing.



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The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday October 28, 1916. Sanitarv Continued from \st lo be a prisoner, he said, a typically arrogant Hun, and evidently ruler ot the roost among the other prisoners, for they were very respectful tn him when he spoke to them. I thought at the time he typi6cd the Vnte read fed us most was the iron discip line. When we passed any of them even at quite a distance they came to attention until we had passed, and I was Speaking to the FtldweM for quite 20 minutes and lie stood to atten English under shell fire &[ %  < being taken prisoner. At lessi, that s what we were told. ,1 was quite a lad, too^artainh not more than 20. '^f All the men had seen pi,n tically two years of war, fti tion the whole time and didn't they weren't poor looking met ''' %  > %  Offitier one used to "\ ove a musc,e ll J llsl shows j as they comprised part of the about 'whe.i disclosures w,,at tne,r . It is our duty to protect figures listed above are intended to give the public an ad vantage that they have not hitherto enjoyed. Complaints of any kind reported to the proprietor will receive prompt and courteous attention. DEPOTS. Hay St. City, The Ice House. E. Bay St. (near) The Gaydene, open next week. Shirley St. II. J. Claridgcs' Grocery Store, open todav East St. (new Road) C. C. Smith's Grocery St. open next week. Baillou Hill Road Store, Corner Delancy Hill, open next week. HAROLD 11. M JOHNSON, Prop. T Keeping Guard HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen must bear in this season of national peril, othtr than fighting for the Hag. Not the least of these preserving the balance of trade. -TMI SHOE 14 STORE is on guard, and in spite of the advanng price of leather and the increase in the wages of the factory workers, have succeeded in securing the largest order of its history. This week's consignment per "Kotonia" sums up 210 cases containing 6656 pairs of boots and shoes all, hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan were made in the papers about treatment meted out by I ierinan officers, and non-commissioned officers to their subordinates. lbs manner, whilst extremely respectful to us, clearly said "You've got me here, but there's plenty of others who will finish you off.' When questioned as to what he thought of the war, he said he was sure the Germans would win and that the w.u would he over by Christmas. He admitted that one of the faculties they had was due to the fact that the Wurtembergers, Saxons, and other Germatic peoples disliked the Prussians! intensely. We then wondered on to an< th-r man, who was quite will ing to talk. Ha had been a waiter in the grill of the Savoy for four years, and so spoke very (food English. He was a iier liner with a wife and family. He had been at the front since the outbreak of war, and was in the infantry. He had the Iron ( loss, 2nd class for two srars' distinguished field servi. e. He was surprised when taken pri sonei by us, as he said they had no idea the British were oppos ing them; they thought they were still dealing with the French. |, e said that the Gl mans feared us far more than any one else. He said also that the German people entered into war very reluctantly, and they never thought England would go against them. He was un feignedly lad to be a prisoner, and did not hesitate to saj so. Before being taken he had lived on cold coffee, bullv beef, and biscuits foi sevi ral days— they couldn't gel anything hot because our "strafe" prev< nted it. He said also many things which I cannot write, but w hich were very interesting to us. He said there was undoubted!) a shortage of food in Berlin due to our blockade. Well, he won't complain of bad fond now,any way, as we saw their food rook ing, and, by Jove! it was excel lent. More "Fleisch" than they'd had for months, he said. Their sleeping accomodation was excellent: in fact, all ar rangements were. We treat them a darnedpite better than they treat our chaps, there's, not the slightest doubt of that.' I think the thing that impri With these reinforcements he Big Four will be able to keep the enemy High Prices off its territory and Customers may rely on purchasing at the old prices in spite of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Man kets abroad. G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big4, Bay St. (Sponge Exchange) There are above 40,000 people of my race in the Bahamas, thcrefoie uh\ should I worry. Instead. I shall simply remain, ^ ours faithfully, Da. J. A. WRIGHT .. (Dentist.) 37 Market Street, Nassau, N. I'. Office Hours : 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m net several men there wearing the black and white ribbon of the Iron Cross, 2nd class and one man had a Red Cross man, has been recommended for an English decoration for gallantry in tending wounded slightly wounded and all ol them looked worn out, as theyv'e had a deJre < f a time from us. If you read your Timti of August 25. you'll" appreciate that. — "Tim*." ^S^^^gm^g*3Sg^.^ The True Safeguard of Baby s Health ^ailcnburgsFoDds T HE milk of a healthy mother confers a degree of immunity to infection to the young infant. Many mothers, however, though Willing, cannot nurse their bahics for vari reasons. In such eases the greatest care should betaken in selecting a proper substitute. Ordinary cow's milk cannot be regarded as a food for infants; it is acid, contains indigestible curd, and is almost invariably contaminated with harmful germs. By using the "Allenburys*' Foods, which are free from all dangerous organisms, and effectually replace human milk, security for baby is ensured and vigorous growth and health are promoted. The "Allenburys" Foods are largely used and recommended by the Medical and Nursing Professions; they have stood the test of time and have become a household necessity all over the world. The 'Allenburys' Infant Dietary Mothrr and Chid BabrMimamki. ft J/ram birlli ami In' A Untmrj,' Fntii MILK FOOD No. I. From Hirth 10 3 month* IK FOOD No. 2. •mlUifi month* The 'Allcnburyt' Foods arc mad* under •pecial proem by machinery, and arr entirely untouched by hand. WK~ rllrti,rtrrrbnn:, lnt.nl Fmmdlnamn* Man* awment' 64 *>• %  • %  of omiumlle Information lor ovary muthmr. Allen & Hanburys Ltd., London, England. AD. t Eatabliahed 200 Yam. A.DI9I5. • ALLENBURYS 1 Similes* and FWet i New Bicycle Types For Sale We put them on for you free of charge. In stock a fine assortment of other bicycle accessories. BRUCKJOHNSON 42 King Street, Nassau. Imperial West Indian Assurance Association. 1.1MI TED. Authorized apital £5,000 LOW RATES FOR WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS and LIFE INSURANCE Prompt and at is factory Adjustments of Claims. HOME OFFICE:— 264 Bay Street, Nassau. ( The Tribune" Office FOR Commercial and Artistic Printing.



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64 News For Everybody" Nulllvia Mlihi Hi'. |urara in verb* iim^islrl Hemn bound lo iwe&r to the Dogmft* of no Mailer. Vol XIII. No. 29ft MASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER. 28. 1916 Price. THREE CF NTS J. C, Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express ly for J. C. Coakley Long leaf, Fine flavor and iroma, Keeps hard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what good tobacco is and have got tired •l some of the old brands that have gone bad. Give ii a I rial and you will -11 j y smoking like you used to. I'll es '.d. per flake—3 In/in dak) 1 al '"!. per flake Satisfaction guaranteed 01 money refunded. Ji: t a hint —"The Allies" id Cigars are the best ever, and st 111 at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLEY, ; Bay St FOR SALE "Pi r; U 7 pas 1 nger MOTOR CAR A good investment for anj who contemplates rent car dining the wintei months. To be sold at a moderate price Apply to WAL'l fcR K. MOORE Bahamas Contingent NOTICE. 11 1 picyires ol the I Irafi lor the UaliSmas C mtingenl which are I" ing presented by \\. C. B. J ihnson Esq., I deputy Speaker o! the I louse 1 l Assembly, are now ready. Relatives of the men who are entit I* d to the pictures, and who i* names were plai ed on record 1" f< re the I 'raft left may apply al the Com rtandant's office on any day %  t ween the hours of 9.30 1 m. and 3 p.m. for same. Achievement Of The Allies. After the fall of Combles and Thiepval. FRENCH JOY AND ADMIRATIONM BARTHOU ON BRITISH SERVICES French feelings to-day are a mixture, in almost equal quantities, of joy at the series ol sue1 winch have freed 45 villa ;i s and ome 300 square kilomi ties of I'rench seal from the invader, and of admiration, and even of astonishment, at the giant's stride made by thi ir Bri tish Allies yesterday. The only outward sign "1 j y is the size of the newspapei headings. In the early days of the war, when the Irene h a< • 1 pted a rigorous moral di-i 11• line which has been one .if the marvels of the war, the Censor 1 d that no news, h iwevei great, should receive the honours of a heading more than two columns broad. This morn: wise licence has relaxed the rule, and prominent in "splash" headlines is the place given to the British share in the day's achievements. I ieneral Zurlinden, in the is, after outlining the Bri tish effort in the creation of an Army, declares that the 1 nthusia*m with which Great Britain agreed to make the necessarj : ifici s will he foi evei an astonishment to the world. To the results ahead) a< hieved in wi ing down the enemy are v.1st. •'Hut," he writes, "the) will in .se, thanks to our Allies' and our own soldiers' heroism, but especially thanks to the grow ing vigour of the man ell* us British effort. Frani e ill never forget it." The Echo de Paris says: — I.( t us pay grateful and heart felt homage, to the Bi itish Army. The imp 'itam >• of the gains made by Sir Douglas Mail's troops cannot sufficiently be emphasized. grim business of war. You are devoting to it, as has been shown by your "Tanks" and new ai til h iv, that initiative and brain power which has carried youi Sag all over the world and noth intf can stop you. The day when y u enter* d the war was the day of Germany's d< feat. —"Times" To sum up the general impression, I cannot do better than quote textual!) the words ut tered t-> me in the course 1 >1 con ver-ation by M. I.mils Harthou. uty and ex. Prime Minister, riiey are the words of a representative Frenchmen in clo %  I touch with the national life. I came away from my visit to the British fronton the Sonime three weeks ago with a feeling of profound admiration for the effort accomplished. 1 published an article recognising the power of British organisation, the An officer serving smooth working of the various Somme front write 1 sen ices the activity of tin TALKS WITH GERMAN PRISON ERP. Types Of First Lino Troops. European Agency. INDENTS promptly execut I ed at lowest cash prices for all kinds of British and Continental goods, including Bonks and Stationery, Boots, Sbottaud Leather, Chsmicstl and Druggists' Sundrisi. China, Karthenware and QletSWSMi Cycles, Motors and Accessories, r>ru|irrv,^jillinery an 1 Pises Goods. Fancy Goods and Perfumery, liar 'v. ire, Machinery and Mstals, lery, Plate and Watches, p %  ij i. .;!(>| H< si Goodi i \ isu us end (Mlmen't Stores, etc., etc. C"mi>:: ion 9| f'.r. .' %  ; 3 P.C Tra i i unti all %  • Special Quotation* M Demand. Sat ,' k C ua from £10 upnatd; i i: I. nmtntl of Product S-'M on Atcount. WILLIAM WILSON A. SONI Established i Li 25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C. Cable A Idren LONRE AINANI* • ,".' the artillery, the daring feats of the airmen, the heroic courage of the soldiers (if all races devoted to tin(i HI imon cause My confidence in the issue was entire, hut I've had an extremely interesting afiei noon to day mterro gating German I irst and forem< St. we had to plough our way through the ram over fii Ids ol mud ankle deep to the must confess that the rapidity concentrat (amp where the of this result has altogether expi isonerwere. I I;\ were ab* To Pay 21s. For 100 lbs. —Is Equivalent To— 224 RICE 47s. Od. £ for lbs. BUT Our lOO lb. Bags Is Superior Rice. SEE FOR YOURSELF At The New York House 1 my hopes, I was aware that the British arc good soldiers by discipli ition, and the spirit ol ; i lice. But thej did not yet know how to wage Continental warlap to which the) '•' %  re hitherto unaccustomed. We ourselves have h-i'\ to ham the new con dii ions of this war and to suit ourselves to them. What fills me with admiration is the fact that, m three months, the British have learnt the lessons of the war so thoroughly that tiny are now in I hiepval. It is a great result, not only by the hopes justified from the swatc ic standpoint, but it puts the final stamp on the British Army as a war machine. Since the fall of Thiepval I have spoken with people of all sorts and conditions, and can ;;o e yi HI the absolute assurance that everj Frenchman shares my sentiment in the last two days Great Britain has acquired a fresh claim to the gratitude of all Frenchmen. We all have complete confidence in thecolla lunation of the British troops, whose services on land are d< i tind to equal the incomparable support which Great Britain lias given to the cause of the Allies on the high seas. You will express my whole merit in the winds : "I'.i(tish soldiers are out true brothers in arms." M. l'ichoii, whol-^jfciomet this aftrnoon said IYi'iir successes in the past few days are definite proof to hesitat ing neutrals, even the enemy himself, of a fact which I have long known—namely, that Great Britain with man power and material is winning the war. For the first time in your histoTy you have taken seriously this solutely fresh from thetrem only having been taken a f< %  • % %  days ago. The first one I spoke to was a Jager of the 28th I lei lin R meat. 11didn't speak English. 1 asked him a question or two in my limited (lerman. I le w as 3r jeais old, and has a w ife at d two children in Berlin. The separation allowance his wife receives from tie 1 ii rman Gov eminent is 1 mai k 50 pfenni [S (is. 6 I,.1 1 : daj .nd ,-> pfennigs for i ii ol the hildren. I le had been at the front since the outbn ak of war, and was very glad he had been made a prisoner. I le was quite an in t( lligent'looking chap -evi dently typical "f the soldiei (id many first put in the held. We then passed on to another chap who was a el (equivalent to oiii ut niajoi I in a region nt ol infantry from the Rhine, fie spoke a little English, which he had learnt at school and had pit Led up on the English front, lie was a < 1 fine looking chap—Very smart and BOldii rlike. He wasn't glad Continued on 4th pH e ZZ b WRIST WATCH. Suitable lor all Climates. A irlor Solid H.iver WHIST WATCH, .nt • I:I %  I. Hlgh*4lrad< 13 •IKWKL Hw : I %  rei M >. in, m ,i %  t I. ,w En our < ii w-.rl WK161 WA rCH illon in >i i %  i. KlVfc YKAKS" MINDING UUAIiAMLI i il< u-:> mil dm i %  i ol j i %  H ihh %  i t . I .! %  tit-, i in go ; rtinim '> Solid Silver Burklr. lb o l Cataluyui • ItUIO. 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64
*
News For Everybody"
Nulllvia Mlihi Hi'. |urara in verb* iim^islrl
Hemn bound lo iwe&r to the Dogmft* of no Mailer.
Vol XIII. No. 29ft
MASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER. 28. 1916
Price. THREE CF NTS
J. C, Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made express
ly for J. C. Coakley
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
iroma, Keeps hard and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know what good
tobacco is and have got tired
l some of the old brands that
have gone bad.
Give ii a I rial and you will
-11 j y smoking like you used
to.
I'll es '.d. per flake3
In/in dak) 1 al '"!. per flake
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
money refunded.
Ji: t a hint"The Allies"
id Cigars are the best ever,
and st 111 at the front and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKLEY,
; Bay St
FOR SALE
"Pi r; U 7 pas 1 nger
MOTOR CAR
A good investment for anj
who contemplates rent
car dining the wintei
months.
To be sold at a moderate
price
Apply to
WAL'l fcR K. MOORE
Bahamas Contingent
NOTICE.
11 1 picyires ol the I Irafi
lor the UaliSmas C mtingenl
which are I" ing presented by
\\. C. B. J ihnson Esq., I dep-
uty Speaker o! the I louse 1 l
Assembly, are now ready.
Relatives of the men who
are entit I* d to the pictures,
and who i* names were plai ed
on record 1" f< re the I 'raft
left may apply al the Com
rtandant's office on any day
t ween the hours of 9.30
1 m. and 3 p.m. for same.
Achievement Of The Allies.
After the fall of Combles and Thiepval.
French Joy and
Admiration-
M Barthou on
British Services
French feelings to-day are a
mixture, in almost equal quan-
tities, of joy at the series ol sue-
1 winch have freed 45 vil-
la ;i s and ome 300 square kilo-
mi ties of I'rench seal from the
invader, and of admiration, and
even of astonishment, at the
giant's stride made by thi ir Bri
tish Allies yesterday.
The only outward sign "1 j y
is the size of the newspapei
headings. In the early days of
the war, when the Irene h a<
1 pted a rigorous moral di-i 11
line which has been one .if the
marvels of the war, the Censor
1 d that no news, h iwevei
great, should receive the honours
of a heading more than two
columns broad. This morn:
wise licence has relaxed the
rule, and prominent in "splash"
headlines is the place given to
the British share in the day's
achievements.
I ieneral Zurlinden, in the
is, after outlining the Bri
tish effort in the creation of an
Army, declares that the 1 nthus-
ia*m with which Great Britain
agreed to make the necessarj
: ifici s will he foi evei an as-
tonishment to the world. To the
results ahead) a< hieved in wi
ing down the enemy are v.1st.
'Hut," he writes, "the) will in
.se, thanks to our Allies' and
our own soldiers' heroism, but
especially thanks to the grow
ing vigour of the man ell* us
British effort. Frani e ill never
forget it." The Echo de Paris
says:
I.( t us pay grateful and heart
felt homage, to the Bi itish Army.
The imp 'itam > of the gains
made by Sir Douglas Mail's
troops cannot sufficiently be
emphasized.
grim business of war. You are
devoting to it, as has been shown
by your "Tanks" and new ai til
h iv, that initiative and brain
power which has carried youi
Sag all over the world and noth
intf can stop you. The day when
y u enter* d the war was the
day of Germany's d< feat.
"Times"
To sum up the general im-
pression, I cannot do better than
quote textual!) the words ut
tered t-> me in the course 1 >1 con
ver-ation by M. I.mils Harthou.
uty and ex. Prime Minister,
riiey are the words of a repre-
sentative Frenchmen in clo I
touch with the national life.
I came away from my visit to
the British fronton the Sonime
three weeks ago with a feeling
of profound admiration for the
effort accomplished. 1 published
an article recognising the power
of British organisation, the An officer serving
smooth working of the various Somme front write 1
sen ices the activity of tin
Talks With German
Prison erp.
Types Of First Lino Troops.
European Agency.
INDENTS promptly execut
I ed at lowest cash prices for
all kinds of British and Con-
tinental goods, including
Bonks and Stationery,
Boots, Sbottaud Leather,
Chsmicstl and Druggists' Sundrisi.
China, Karthenware and QletSWSMi
Cycles, Motors and Accessories,
r>ru|irrv,^jillinery an 1 Pises Goods.
Fancy Goods and Perfumery,
liar 'v. ire, Machinery and Mstals,
lery, Plate and Watches,
p ij i. .;!(>| H< si Goodi
i \ isu us end (Mlmen't Stores,
etc., etc.
C"mi>:: ion 9| f'.r. .'; 3 P.C
Tra i i unti all
Special Quotation* M Demand.
Sat ,' k C ua from 10 upnatd;
i i: I. nmtntl of Product S-'M on At-
count. *
William Wilson a. Soni
Established i Li
25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C.
Cable A Idren LONRE AINANI* ,".' .
the
ar-
tillery, the daring feats of the
airmen, the heroic courage of the
soldiers (if all races devoted to
tin- (i hiimon cause My confiden-
ce in the issue was entire, hut
I've had an extremely inter-
esting afiei noon to day mterro
gating German I irst
and forem< St. we had to plough
our way through the ram over
fii Ids ol mud ankle deep to the
must confess that the rapidity concentrat..... (amp where the
of this result has altogether ex- pi isoner- were. I I;- \ were ab*
To Pay
21s. For 100 lbs.
Is Equivalent To
224
RICE
47s. Od. for
lbs.
BUT
Our lOO lb. Bags
Is Superior Rice.
SEE FOR YOURSELF
At The New York House
1 my hopes,
I was aware that the British
arc good soldiers by discipli
ition, and the spirit ol ; i
lice. But thej did not yet know
how to wage Continental war-
lap to which the) ''' re hither-
to unaccustomed. We ourselves
have h-i'\ to ham the new con
dii ions of this war and to suit
ourselves to them. What fills
me with admiration is the fact
that, m three months, the British
have learnt the lessons of the
war so thoroughly that tiny are
now in I hiepval.
It is a great result, not only
by the hopes justified from the
swatc ic standpoint, but it puts
the final stamp on the British
Army as a war machine.
Since the fall of Thiepval I
have spoken with people of all
sorts and conditions, and can
;;o e yi hi the absolute assurance
that everj Frenchman shares my
sentiment in the last two days
Great Britain has acquired a
fresh claim to the gratitude of
all Frenchmen. We all have
complete confidence in thecolla
lunation of the British troops,
whose services on land are d< i
tin- d to equal the incomparable
support which Great Britain lias
given to the cause of the Allies
on the high seas.
You will express my whole
merit in the winds :
"I'.i(tish soldiers are out true
brothers in arms."
M. l'ichoii, whol-^jfciomet this
aft- rnoon said I-
Yi'iir successes in the past few
days are definite proof to hesitat
ing neutrals, even the enemy
himself, of a fact which I have
long knownnamely, that
Great Britain with man power
and material is winning the war.
For the first time in your histoTy
you have taken seriously this
solutely fresh from thetrem
only having been taken a f<
days ago.
The first one I spoke to was a
Jager of the 28th I lei lin R
meat. 11- didn't speak English.
1 asked him a question or two
in my limited (lerman. I le w as
3r jeais old, and has a w ife at d
two children in Berlin. The
separation allowance his wife
receives from tie 1 ii rman Gov
eminent is 1 mai k 50 pfenni [S
(is. 6 I,.1 1 : daj .nd ,-> pfennigs
for i ii ol the hildren.
I le had been at the front since
the outbn ak of war, and was
very glad he had been made a
prisoner. I le was quite an in
t( lligent'looking chap -evi
dently typical "f the soldiei
(id many first put in the held.
We then passed on to another
chap who was a el (equi-
valent to oiii ut niajoi I in
a region nt ol infantry from the
Rhine, fie spoke a little Eng-
lish, which he had learnt at
school and had pit Led up on the
English front, lie was a < 1
fine looking chapVery smart
and BOldii rlike. He wasn't glad
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Zhc tribune
Saturday October 28, 1 ,
I*he Arrierican Pn sidi ntial
Election draws 11 ai On
November 71I1 the votes will
be cast and softn aftei we
shall know whether a I >emo>
( rat or b Republican u ill
next Spring occupy the Chair
of the Chief Executive. We
doubt whether it will make
any real difference in the at-
titude of the United States
towards ilie belligerent na-
tions if Hughes sliouid win.
We are of opinion thatWils. n
could not have taken a firmer
line on the submarine ques
tion, for the simple reason
that he had not a united par-;
ty to bark him on thai issue.
Hughes is apparently a more
Cautious man than Wilson
and promises to be, if elected,
b colourless President, The
issue of the Election is in
doubt. The Maine Election
seems to point towards Hugh"
BS as the winner, but Wilson
seems to have got a strong
hold on the La Sou 1 vote b\
his action in preventing the
Railway strike, and these
masses of voters may balance
the return of main of the
Progressives to the Republi-
can fold. On the whole,
however we incline to the
view that Hughes will win.
When we think of the Pro-
tectionist tendencies of the
Republicans, we fear thai
they might put up the Tariffs
again and make things hard
er for the Bahamas in doing
so. So we are not sure that
we want to see Hughes on
top.
:o:
Dr. Gascoyne St .Pierre
Worrell of Smithfield, N.C.
who has been travelling
around our islands for the
last year has now decided to
locate in our city. We notice
that he has taken an office at
Mr. F. II. Mowe's Drugstore,
40.8 Eas1 Bay St.
NS4 '3 (i

"OUR DA Y"
Red Cross Fund.
Contributions in cash receiv-
ed by the Chamber of Com-
men e I i date.
Amount previously
reported yj \ 6
Dr. & Mrs. Culmer 550
Collection at Ca-
thedral
Collection at Zion
Baptist Church 250
Friend IO
'I lie Mangos and
Sponge yard 2
N. VouvalisA Co. and
empli >\ ees
11. S. Black and em-
ploi
Mr. & Mrs T P Moore
Pattei.....and employee.
I lei iregory Bros.
I lenry Jon< 1
Mrs F A. Garner
Miss Eunice bethel
The Misses Mlardyce
"I he I 'ageant"
The Boy Scouts is) Bat-
talion
Dr I Ion "1 11. Johnson 200
Sybil Pa ,, ,,
Kirk wood Parks 1 0
V Fri 100
Commis-
sioner g 12 IO
Proo tain.
n 1 11 7,
Public School children 1 0 5
Watling Island pei
Coinmissinnei 6 is 1
St. John'- Baptist Church l a 1
A. P.Si 4 0
E. 11. Stewart Rec. Gen.
Dept. 8 o
3 a 4
19 6
800
2 in o
500
11 0
50 1 f,
Total ^534 8 6
I. R.C. YOUNG,
Hon. Treasurer.
\ contributor ap]
ing in 1 ur la: I Saturday's issue
s I K. Kno \ I s, Prison Staff
should read Joseph Knowh
17 shillings.
Children of the
Empire Fund-
for maimed and blinded
i Sailors.
We have bei n requested by
the Private Secretary to ack
nowledge the following sum
which has been received by lbs
Exi ellenc) on account of the
above Fund :
Previously acknow
ledged ^,44 ,0 j
Port Howe School, per
Mr J. 1). Dorsett, <> 10 o
'45 o 1
To b3 had atall Grocers
C. L. LofthoUSe-Company'a Agent
TAILORING I
TAILORING!
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RED CROSS MOTOR
AMBULANCE FUND.
Previously acknowl-
edged, ^784 o o
Sympathy' ao 10 o
Mr. C. Mnlone, 000
Mrs. Josiah Sands,
(Cherokee Sound) 010
Mr. A. G. Sweeting 500
" ' 3rd do
" 6th do
" 8th do
" 1st
The (iirl Guides
1st
211(1
" 3rd
S. C. McPherson
Cooks Barber shop
Friend
The Ladysmith Store
Rowl. B. Cash
Custom's staff
Guardian Office Stall
Moselej 's Book Store
City Puss Staff
S\ mpathizer
A \i. Farrington
R. T. Roberts
J. I'.. Lowe
Pen \ Claridge
Thoi B Robinson
Darnel Capron
R. \\. Sawyer and em-
ployees c
Sol. Fin lay son 1
Louis Newchurch
Wm. (iiist
T. J. Knowles 1
A. F. Moore 1
do 2 employees
N'ath. French & em-
ployees
Mangrove Cay, Andros
District per Actg.
Commissioner O. f.
McDonald
Mars Bay 4 13 3
Pure Gold 4 17 11
Deep Creek 1 4 9
Kemp's Pay 1 12 11
Smith Hill 1 17 5
Long Ray Cay 5 18
Drigga Mill 1 14
Mangrove Cay 9 2
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Guild
Received bom Mangrove
Cay and from Public School
11 Kemps Pay, Andros Isld.
100 walking sticks and a
palmetto leaf baskets.
I om the Current 31 hats
3 king shells, 1 bath sp< I
and 1 basket of limes collect-
ed by Mr. C. II. Lowe.
A. J. KEMP
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And Artistic Cutter
11 luaU 1 the
Jno. J. Mitchell's School of
Garment Cutting
KEW V RKl
I- prepared to Rive the I. I I
and the besl tatitfaction to tin
:..l public
REPAIRING. CLEANING and
PHESSINQ cnrefiilly Attended to.
YOl/R PATRONAGE will be
npprec-lnted
No. ..' 1 .1st l',.i \ Street,
N \ s ,i BAH AM \s.
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Supreme Court
The Court met yesterday
according to adjournment
and the case of the King vs.
Stephen Gaitor Fraudulent
misappropriation of property
was pro e. led with. Aftei
an hour of deliberation the
Jury disagreed.
The Court adjourned to
Tuesday next, the 31st.
Mails.
Foreign Mails to be des-
patched via Miami, I- la., per
"France E." will be made up
and closed on Saturday next,
Nov. 4th, at 8 a.m.
O. J. McDonald Com-
missioner
St Andrews Presbyteri
an Church
Zachary Taylor
Friend
Dry Goods friend
13d. of Education Staff
Si. Teachers in N.P.
KV M Lightbourn
St Matthews Church
Widow
(iirl Guides 2nd Batt.
additional
Trinitv Chun h
Mrs H. T. Drice
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Vrom Saturday 21st October.
The motor vessel "Panama"
arrived from Miami, Fta, on
Saturday the 21st with a cargo
ol Flour and Shingles and the
following 25 passengers:
Messrs. I Ferguson, S. Dean,
G Sawyer, G. Moss, S Cleare'
J Clarke, R.C. Peacock, F. A.
Moss, S Cunningham, R Dele
veaux, T. Moss, \V. Deleveaux,
Kontsourais, H. Major, Clarke
X Kelly, R. Sands ; Masters C.
McPliee, J. Dean ; Mesdames
Mahalia McPhe^Hertha Albury
Augusta CobarwAgues Jones;
Misses Mary Jones (infant) Hilda
Dean,
:o;
The Ward Line S.S. "Mexico"
arrived from New York on
Sunday 21stalready reported.
The sch. "Admiral" arrived
from Miami, Fla. on Monday the
23rd with a cargo of Lumber
and Shingles and the following
5 passengers:
Mi. Jeremiah Pinder, Me*
dames V,i ton.1 Mingo, Alerick
Burrows, Remilda Rolle, Miss
Elizabeth Burrows.
The sch. "Hattie Darling"ar
rived from Miami, Fla. on Mon
day the 33rd with a cargo ()f
Lumber and the following 10
passengers:
R. Hannah, B. Hannah, A.
Thompson, J is X. Dillier, Hen
ry Williams. I) Strachan, S.
Roberts ; Mesd imei L Taylor
F. Thompson, Miss Hazel Tay
lor (infantj
The Ward Line S.S."Monter
ey' arrived from Havana on
Thursday 26thalready report
ed.
The Ward Line S.S. "Monter
ey" tailed for X- w y0rk on
riuns lay afternoon taking the
following passengers .
Dr. W. R. Lamb, Messrs.
John Burnside, W. ,F O'Neil H.
N. Chipman, Perkins F. Smith]
Mrs. Zoi Caroniadis.
Mr. Jas. McDonald, Miss fan
nette McDonald.
Capt. W Q. Brands, Messrs
Artl ur Mdler, Harry bason,
A. Knowles, Matthew Johnson."
List of cargo shipped per
"Monterey :"
544 bales sponges, 89 bales re
Fnse sponge. 791 bales sisal, 6
bales sisal waste, 43 baled hark,
20 bbls hark, 107 bh!s. shells,
1151 boxes grapefruit, 27 boxes'
oranges, 1035 cases canned
goods, 45 bags coo,;i,ints, 3 bbll
old metal. 6 empty drums. 3
pkgs. sundries.
He went to a School of
Gunmen, in Cairo and made
99 .5-'' p.c and got an In-
stru tors Certificate. Of 500
men in the school onl) other
equalled his per cent age. All
the other bahamiaas came
out First Class.
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fBy ',1 NNE8 smith,
H .2 Bah imaaC
In The Trenches
"Somewhere in Egypt"
Wean Fai away from thedtai I! |.
''' 'tell I the mi ,,, Bgypl I
I While it >as in in boom.
I
I hope will toon 11 !
To talk ab ui th< Fai t
And tell tl,c b >yi they I I
roi cowardly banging bai k.
hint old boys
Go up, an you eoliti
' I 'J ';"' beahamed whan ui
Ami tins world'i happineai
Our Soldiers.
Lance-Corporal I. 8. Bain
is in the trenches in Egypt in
charge of his Machine Gun
Section.
In the trem hi l,
Somew here rn Egypt,
August 27th, 1,,,f,
i" tin inhabitant* o( the Bahamai
nd the Ediioi of "The Tribune."
Nearly a ye ir has pa SSI rj
away and. no doubt a \eai
will have passed already, by
tin' time that this reaches you
all, and being detached f,(III.
our regiment and the othei
boys, we feel it our dutv as
Bahamians to let you know
h w we are getting on.
No doubt some will wonder
why we arc not withoui reg
"iient. Well, we an- Machir<
Gunners and have been rj< -
|tai li'cl to take charge pf ;,
1 1 tain portion of tin lin,
which other infantry rcgi-
ments are holding. Here I
might explain that M. Gs.
are never with theirOWBreg-
unent. There are only five
of us together from the Ba
hamas and I am glad to s,,\
I we erequitewell. Ofcours.
1


The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday October 28, 1916,
we have passed and are pass-
ing through much hardships
m>v' left home, but we
ha^fDorne them bravely as
all Bahamians usua II) do.
The greatest troubles here
are the heat, sand, and fifes
Egypt as you know is nothing
but sand. Everywhere you
look you see Baud, you eat
and di ink it daily. Nexl
, omes itnpRes, they certainh
1<(T[) VOU >h work'and th<
never one moment when they
are out of your company
Well, tins is the land where
i j >.l sent the plague of flies,
and although Pharaoh lias
been dead for hundreds of
years the blooming flies have
ot gone to look lor him yet.
They usually gel the greater
pa 11 of 3 iii grub whenever
you start to eat. After seeing
this no one in e.l wondei wh)
much sickness haunts this
kind.
Now I am sure everv one
would like ti i know Low w e
are getting on lor grub I ton't
bothei Some gi ub < lur mi
in i lianges daily. Ilere's a
little copy:
Sand, 1
N Bully Beet and B
\, 11 .i n: Bend an I ti
\ M I, i
s.m !. .'. i and Bully I F.
A . ''
DAY M v it, S
- ti ' i Bully B< i Ai
riai i .i .n I M ii i i ila
Vou i an be ure of a i hange
eai li >lay.
I he Mm is usually ioo* in
the shade at day and to' be
low tero in the night, so you
can always fancy the char -
Our Path in
Dangerous Days
A Sermon for the twentieth
Sunday after Trinity.
Ephesians V. is, 16. "See then
that \e walk circumspectly,
not as fools, but as wise.
Redeeming the tune, because
the days arc evil."
In the epistle for this Sund t).
three things are taught us
First, the duty <>f care in our
daily walk ; secondly, we are to
avoid intemperance in th? use
knocked the spoon and pan
for cymbals, Johnson beat
the Iantase for drum. Smith
w is bandmaster and Bain
was spokesman.
We certainly had some
tune.
A we do not wish to in-
trude upon the generosity of
the Editor, we i g to be re-
ini mlii red to the inhabitants
ol t he Bahamas.
Thanking you Mr. Editor
for youi -pare, \\'e air,
Lam e Corporal I. S Bain,
(No. 5, 1st Bahamas Contingent.)
Johnson, (i.
No24, is; /;. C.)
A ran ha, G.
(No. 3, Hi B C.)
Herbert, II.
{No. 5.5, 2nd B. C.)
Armbrister, M.
_______ {No. IB, Itt B. C.)
Announcements-
bap1 is! union.
Parliament St
On Sunday (October 29th th r<
will be a Speoial Children's
Si rvici at \ p.m. consisting of
music and Ri 1 iations by the
11 and ( ' Idren, All arc in
vited. Colh in 'ii at the 1 lose.
Milton A Russell, I iri 1 I 1
BEHOLD THE LAMBt >I
GOD.
The above is I'- t! 1 me 1 ere
by announced for Prof. Howell's He is our food for tha journey
I >urse at the Adventist chap of Life and he I us by lbs
el Sunday night. "Behold the teaching and example, but most
mb ol God, which taketh of all bv His Bodj and Blood,
av.a\ ihe mii i.t thi .'. rid." Sin of which He said "He that eat
iMh of tins Bread he shall live
forever." I 1 I With watchful
complete ness against our spiritual foes.
enemies on either side of the
read which leads to our et.
Home, "Our adversary
devil as a i aiiir. lion walketh
about seeking whom he may de-
vour.'' 11. I'eter v. 8.)
II. We now come to C< I
he second portion of the ti
''Redeeming the tin 1 b ause
the days are evil. The words
"Redeeming the time' mean
1 tping for yourselves the op
portunity, justas a man watches
the market prices so that In
may seize the best time 1 get a
of wine or other "strong drink"; good priei for his wares so the
thirdly, we are to ofle n tant Christian is warned to let no
iy,
thanksgiving to Almighty God.
I. 'See that ye walk circum-
spectly", The word "see" rfl
minds us of our Lord's word
"watch". The Christian sol
dier is on sentry duty and must
keep his ayes open. The sailor
also has to keep a sharp look
out for racks and shoals. Then
we note the word "walk". Life
is often, in the Bible, romp hi !
to a walk. Thus the first Psalm
begins "Blesse is the man that
hath not walked in the cou
of the un|
1
from me. I rejoice that I have
done something for the father-
land and that I still have more
to do".
Athens, 25:The Greek govern
ment today issued a communi-
cation to clear up the misunder-
standings due to exaggerated re
ports of King Constantins inter
view with the French Military
Attache 00 Pridaj.
The communication explains
that the French gov. made do
aids but merely submitted
1 memorandum and that the
a ig 1.1 verdecleared tl at he was
prepared to break official rela
tions with the Entente. It is
hour pass without trying to
make good use of time. For \ thought that as a result of a coo
time Cannot be recalled. If we
do not grasp and use our oppor-
tunities they never return to us.
Aiul the Ap stle giv< s as a
reason for this good use of our
time and opportunities, that
"the days are evil." If the days
were evil whi 1 St, Paul wrote
to the people of Ephesus, they
iic more <-\ il and dangerous to
day. The passions and lusts of
men are let lo ise in this war.
versation between the king ai
the Fri rich Minister tins mi 1 I
ing during which explanatu -
west rnadi the French marines
may be withdrawn from Athens
and Piraeus.
The royal statement says the
situation lias been improved con
siderablyon account of the loyal
declarations of the king regard
ing his sentiments towards the
Enti nte and also on account of
h Ministers assurance
All over the world religion
The Christian la to walk (1) seems to have little powei to 1 pectingthe intentions of the
with good companions, not with restrain wii and evil tente towards Greece. These
evilones; 1 In God's light as very active and successful.
Christ said "II any man
in the day he stumbleth n >l
No man would sell ct a pitel
I In 1- the time for all
nesl Cl to watch tin ir
oppiirtunitii s and to make 1
luse of all urn ui happi-
n< s-. Who would 11 t w ish to
be free Irom it ? A
dark night to walk over a rocky ,v l|v'' ol them to extend the
dangerous road. 1) With food Kingdom of Cud. The gre I
foi the journey. Tins is why Mission of Repentance and Hope
Our Lord said "I am the Bread", which is ing held in
England is om in which
the Church is "Redeeming tin-
time because the d il."
L< I us 1 ray that < lod may
bless th.it mission 1 1 the salva
1 ion of manv si mis.
ns is certainly some place not every one apply it
remedy has been provided Shall < >ur soldiers in the war, where
a regular hell on earth, lint
wdiat do we care. We have
i ificed h une and its coin-
irts to come and do our
"bit" and we are doing it.
We d n't know what ll.....
at home are doing ;
hope t hat they are t hink-
ning to do some
The
to be destroyed.
may be saved.
ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL,
Mi tin ; St.
Rev. Minister. Sunday S< hool
Sm is vi 1 thi \ w.ill,-, ar always on
sinner ihe lookout for the enemy.
Tins is what 1- mi ant bv the
word "circumspectly". It sig
nifies that the walkei looks all
around Thi re ire five reaa>ns
for w liking "circumspectly".
Telegrams
October 37th tgi6.
STORM.
Washington, 27th 10 a.m.
Pressure is still generally
I iw over the ('neater Antil
a.m., I I.W. Bradford. Supt. 11
a.m. 'Nevei Man spike like this ;Our Lord said "narrow is the
Man." 7 p.m. "The effect of good wav that lead ah to et rnal
How woul the) look f,. evi] Good MuiiCi Extra
' . Pleasant ushi rs.
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II. C CHRISTIE.4.30 p.m
' Because the 1 [es an(j Western Caribbean
' but apparently with a rising
when The Boy -'Come I I' HMO.
'I he B ihamas has the least
ol all the W( t In i a Id .a Is,
but it h 1 right t md in Kemp's Hall, East Bay St. by
I : .. i ', h vays >hiiw Eastern Cemi Sub
supel ioril v. I Ins can
tenden j. No definite < entre
of distui bance is h icati d
*
5U|
iroven when I ij thai
. n't any Second Class
! Iiine t iunners, \i iflemen,
, Buglers or
1 id l 1111:1 is
Wi II here we are in the
1 trenches, attach-
I to the one fifth Suffolk.
Vlthough we have been hi re
n si \ weeks awaiting with
pleasure he appn tach of the
Turks, we have always been
disappointed, thev have
toui led every part of t he line
except oui part, no doubt
thev have heard that the Ba-
i 1 mi .a 11 ( 11 n 11 is are holding
this part of tl>- line. Their
Veroplan c< >me over to pay
is a visit si imetimes but t hey
never come withi ? range 1 il
our deadlj w< apon We pi ay
thai they w< >uld come down
li that we could
pmpty tin-- 500 pei minute
rhain, bul they never dp; we
issure us Bahamians that we
ild In ing down the first
thai comes within 2500
aids. '
We don't know how the
licnics arc on tin 11
We had a COn< I it in our
1 out on the annn rsarj
f our enlistment. We bad
in acco dean which Gunner
\iml'i istcr playt il. Aranh 1
"The Cup in
(ienesis 1 p
lli'- Corn" froui
Coat (Cnmraftcs
ui ill.- mn .
l-.it In md tl -M ;
W In ir ii Ui n nil' 1
In land io ui light
TIlS I 1 I ;: !-.
1 1 < iritn w .1 .: ve lu ?bad n I
play
They 11 .1II f< < mc and y u,
.Nil I shall Iheii mem
I lli.it wi
1 iw dustv
imile i'i 1
1 sailed "A ll*well, r I 1 I
W 1 'i the 1 ii-:'-' 1 1- 1 i-,mi
Wc
And the morn will find them waiting
In 1!:
.11.
life I hose w ho walk on the
Bahama ou1 islands have to
i In l. OUl for deep 111
a fall into which would mean
injury or death. There are pit
: .11-. ti", on eithi e ol the terest at 5). pen ent
nanow path" which leads t> payable in two installments,
one ol 1 lin and 1 >;
New Vi 11 k, 2 5: Ace irding
to officia I anm >ui cem< nt the
late British loan u ill beai in
and
the hi ivenly land.
j. li ise ol the w e kn< ss
n| our nature. We are "earthen
. easilj broken. If a
man an ies a pot of gold coins
ovei 1 rough r< iad he is vei \
live yens. The announ
men*, states that the loan
was made in adv
of the time contemplat-
careful that he does not makes "' by the British Government
p. "We have tli trea- : :|" lS) mon' J
suie in earthen vessels", says market and it is expected to
St. Paul. 1 ause for a time at leasl a
i. V third reason for walking cessation of the enormous
1 umspei 1 Iy" is thai our ma- inflow of gold into this country
ny temptations make the way which is said to have caused ap
sliopt 1 j I rni| tatiijns are 1
assurano s were giv< n with a
vie a ol re stab'.isbing relations
of confidence with tne Hellenic
government on a basis ,,f main
tenant e of binevoleot neutrality
in conformity with tl e | re> ioul
agreement.
Petrograd, a 5: -The Rouman<
iansand Russians haveevacuatd
the I).ini!-1 a town of Tcher
navoda thewai offii eam,nun e I
today. The statement says that
Von Mackensens armj is cob
tinuing its attacks all along the
Dobru Ija fi nt I hi Ru iso Rt u
manian position at Lake 'I ai 1
aul, near the Black Sea, aboul
1 j miles north of Constanza has
also been evacuated.
South of D irnawatra near the
frontier junction of Bukowina
1 ransylvania and Roumania
the Roumanians have dislod I
the Teutons from a serii s^of
hts the offii ial announce
ment records, taking some 1 11
oners a n bine guns.
London, .-,: The official re
port of the day from the Fraj 1
tan front follows; pp .
fell during the w hi le of
' !,! I luring the night the
enemys artillery was active
is northeast of Courceffette and
along he Bapaume P .
road.
\\ ashington, 35: Domin ttion
bj the allied nation of the
worlds raw material 1 ssenti
\ rican manufactun is I ag
I" 1 a 1 rovi dcom lusivi b lo ofii
(ids here toda) ol a comprehi 11
sive summary of British n
policii s as to imports into l
country. As a r< suit th-
Entente I'.n is economic 1 onfrr
ence is regarded hen- w ith fai
' 1 disquiet than befor* I hi
icres
STORM
October 8th, 1916
Washington, 28th Pre
is rising over the I i e iter Antil
1 b and Western Caribbean but
conditions are still unsettled
off the East Coast of Florida
with lairly strong Northeast
winds.
prehension in banking circles do ni ei il War after
because p er ol inflation the war at fiist viewed us oui
and fictiti ms valui s, lnd polii ies .-. hich coul
London, 2$: Thi foil iurvive the heat o' war and
two letters intercepted on their looked upon as a more pi
way to Germany were made proposition in the light of inyej
I grov Ns, men
ha\ e to walk ov er them watch
ing lesl they should slip. This
is why ()ur Lord t mghl u
|ua\ "Lead us not into tempta
tion."
I We must "walk eircum from Max, 461 I ?th Street, s,l|d\ of the fa I i
Iy," too, because we cann t South Boston, addressed tolas
always see far ahead. In God's brother, and said:
[public here today. The firsl is] tigationconsequently an eai 1
1 ing made.
WANTED
SHOE-MAKER foi repaii
work. $10. guaranteed
on pi' ce woi k. Steady jot)
Wi ite at m
BOSTON fHOE STOBE
711 Ave, I).
Miami, Ma,
wisdom no one kno a the futun
We have to walk" like a child
with one hand placed tru-ifull,
in our Father's. When tic
sei-ui dark' let us turn to God's
Book as interpreted l>\ God's
I loly Church, Foi "The word 1
lantern unto my Feet: nnd a light
unto mv paths" Psalms' cxix,
1 1-, While St. Paul tells Tim
othy that the Christ is "the pil
lar and ground of the truth." So
may safely trust I lis '.aid
a nee as to what we are to
lieve and to do,
5. The lasl reas< n for w alk
circumspectly is that we hive
numerous wakeful and 1111
"11'mi 1 iustav I he Willi
sailed tod I .1111 to S! I '
till the end of the wai 1
Willehad will act within the
Ani'i i' an three mile limil
ti legrai h station for uul
She has four months provisions
abroad.'1
The second lctt< 1
the captain of the Willehad,
ted I 11 hi ns who wrote from
NewLondon lo hissistei io I i
many saying:
"I ii .. e I am here as captain
of the Will- had. The Koin still
lies at ii' iston. 1 nm here with
the Willehad on a special
ion Latei you will hear n
NOTICE.
Ml-1- I ING of the SI .

of
F m 1 ne imperial
Wi '.'111 n \ urance A o-
iation, Ltd will I e held 'it
ihe Company's .dine, .,.,
St. at 4 p.m. "it I 11.
7th November, 1916.
J s. WALTER,
Managing Din rtor.
Advertise in
The Tribu-
ne.


The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday October 28, 1916.
2 PIECE
and
UNION
SUITS
Continued from isf pa fed us most was the iron discip
li
BKTRtTAILTRASL
4^
Sold by
W.Hi/ton
260 Bay St.
CRYSTAL
L,\Vr
ICE
O
JR
is now able to supply .ill the Ice neces-
s irv for home consumption and to lei the public
prices have In i n
share in the benefit. Our
reductd as follows :
12 lbs at 41.d.
24 Si M 9(1.
48 II M Is 6d.
100 M II 3s.
It is our duty to protect homi industries and th<
figures listed above are intended to give the public an ad-
vantage that they have not hitherto enjoyed.
Complaints of any kind reported to the proprietor
will receive prompt and courteous attention.
DEPOT S.
Bay St. City, The Ire House.
E. Bay St. (near) The Gay dene, open next week.
Shirley St. II. J. Claridges' Grocery Store, open today
East St. (new Road) C. C. Smith's Grocery Store,
open next week.
Baillou Hill Road Store, Corner Delancy Hill, open
next week.
HAROLD a. M JOHNSON,
Prop.
Keeping Guard
T
HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citiaen
must bear in this Mason of national peril, othsr
than fighting for the Hag. Not the least f these
preserving the balance of trade.
SHOE 14 STORE
is on guard, and in spite of the advanng price of leather
and the increase in the wages of the factory workers, have
succeeded in securing the largest order of its history.
This week's consignment per "Kotonia" sums up
aio cases containing 6656 pairs of boots and shoes all,
hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan
10 he a prisoner, he said, typi
tally armgant Hun, and evi-
dently ruler ol the roost among
thfl other prisoners, for they
were very respectful to him
when he spoke t<> them. I
thought at the tim< ha typified
the L'ntcr OffigUr one used to
read about wha.i disclosures
were made in the papers about
treatment meted out by < Serman
officers, and non-commissioned
officers to their subordinates.
Ids manner, whilst cxtrciu. lv
respectful to us, clearly said
"You've got me here, but there's
plenty of others who will finish
you off.' When questioned as
to what he thought ol the war,
he said he was sure the Germans
would win and thai the war
would be over by Christmas.
He admitted that one of the
difficulties they had was due to!
the fact that the Wurttmberg-
era, Saxons,and other Germatic
peoples disliked the Prussians
io tensely.
We then wondered on to an-
' th 'r man, who was quite will
ing to talk. Ha had been a
waiter in the grill of th. Si vo\
for four years, ami so spoke very
Rood English. He was a Bi r
hner with a wife and family.
He had been at the front silica
the outbreak of war, and was in
the infantry. He had the Iron
C loss, and class foi two years'
distinguished Geld servii e H<
was surprised when taken pri
soner by us, as he said they had
no idea the British were oppos
ing them; they thought they
were still dealing with the
French. He said that the Gar
mans feared us far more than
anv one else, lie said also that
the German people en ten d into
war very reluctantly, and they
never thought England would
K against them, lie was nn
feignedly glad to be a 1
and did not hesitate to saj so.
Before being taken he had
lived on cold coffee, bullj beef,
and biscuits for several days
they couldn't get anything hot
because our "strafe" prevented
it. He said also many things
winch I cannot write, but which
were very interesting to us. lie
said there was undoubtedly a
shortage ol food in Berlin due to
our blockade. Well, he won't
complain of bad food now,any
way, as we saw their food cook
ing, and, by Jove it was excel
lent. More "Fleisch" than
they'd had for months, he said.
Their sleeping accomodation
' ai exci llent: in fact, all at
rangements were. We treat
them a darnedpite better than
they treat our chaps, there's,
not the slightest doubt of that.'
I think the thing that imp
ne. When we passed any of
them even at quite a distance
they came to attention until we
had passed, and I was speaking
to the Ptldvotbtl for quite 20
minutes and he stood to atten
tionthe whole time and didn't
English under shell fire afi< 1
being taken prisoner. At lea-
that s what we were told. I.
was quite a lad, too^srtainb
not more than 20. ^r
All the men had seen piai
tically two years of war, s>
they weren't poor looking men.
move a muscle. It just shows j as they comprised part of tin
what their own officers expect first troops ticrmany put inl<
and get from the in. 1'heie were I the held. Some of them were
several men there wearing slightly wounded and all
the black and white ribbon
of the Iron Cross, 2nd clasi
and one man had a Red Cross
man, has been recommended
for nn English decoration for
gallantry m tending wounded
t lit n 1 looked
0!
out, as
a time
you read your Times
of August 25. you'll appreciate
that.
"Times."
tnein looxea worn 01
theyv'e had a ileMrc f a
from ns. If you read sour
The True Safeguard
of Baby's Health
^lenburys Foods
THE milk of a healthy mother confers a de-
greeof immunity to infection to the young
infant. Many mothers, however, thou h
willing-, cannot nurse their babies for various
reasons. In such cases the greatest cars should
betaken in selecting- a proper substitute. Ordi-
nary cow's milk pannot be regarded as a safe
food for infants it is acid, contains indigestible
curd, and is almost invariably contaminated
With harmful germs. By using the "Allenburys"
Foods, which are free from all dangerous
organisms, and effectually replace hum.in
milk, security for baby is ensured and vigorous-
growth and health are promoted. The
"Allenburys" Foods are largely used and
recommended by the Medical and Nursing
Professions; they have stood the test of time
and have become a household necessity all
over the world.
The 'Allenburys* Infant Dietary
A/offer and Chid. Hah, H mtki.
ttJ/rom birln am Int'Allrnlmryi' Fomil
L
MILK FOOD No. 1.
Prom Mirth u> 3 month*
MILK FOOD No. 2.
Kroni 3 to 6 months
?,\\ '*
MALIEDFOODNo. 3
I r> months ui<"** U
Tht 'Allrnburyi' Foods arc mad* under special procctu*
by machinery, and are entirely untouched by hand.
64
Write for book-Infant *>ne> Management*
press
Allen $ Hanburys Ltd.. London, England.
A.D. 1715. Eatablished 200 Year*. A.DI9I5.
With these reinforcements he Rig Four will be
able to keep the enemy High Prices off its territory and
Customers may rely on purchasing at the old prices in
spite of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Man
kets abroad.
G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big 4,
Bay St. (Sponge Exchange)
There are
above 40,000 people
of my race in the Bahamas,
therefoie whj should I worry.
Instead. I shall limply remain,
Yours faithfully,
Dr. J. A. WRIGHT
(Dentist.)
37 Market Street,
Nassau, N. I\
Office Hours:
9 ''in. to 5 p.m.
Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m
Simplest and Rrat
New Bicycle Tyres
Fop Sale
We put them on for you free
of charge.
In stock a fine assortment of
other bicycle accessories.
BRUCE JOHNSON
43 King Street, Nassau.
Imperial West Indian
Assurance Association,
/. /M I TED. '
Authorized apital 5,000
----------------------------- LOW RATES FOR----------------,________
WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS
and LIFE INSURANCE
Prompt and atisfactory Adjustments of Claims.
Home "Office: 264 Bay Street, Nassau.
(
The Tribune" Office
FOR
Commercial and Artistic Printing.


The Tribune, Nassau, Saturday October 28, 1916.
Sanitarv
Continued from \st
lo be a prisoner, he said, a typi-
cally arrogant Hun, and evi-
dently ruler ot the roost among
the other prisoners, for they
were very respectful tn him
when he spoke to them. I
thought at the time he typi6cd
the Vnte
read
fed us most was the iron discip
line. When we passed any of
them even at quite a distance
they came to attention until we
had passed, and I was Speaking
to the FtldweM for quite 20
minutes and lie stood to atten
English under shell fire &[<
being taken prisoner. At lessi,
that s what we were told. ,1
was quite a lad, too^artainh
not more than 20. '^f
All the men had seen pi,n
tically two years of war, fti
tion the whole time and didn't they weren't poor looking met
'''> Offitier one used to "\ove a musc,e- ll Jllsl shows j as they comprised part of the
about 'whe.i disclosures w,,at tne,r made in the nanrrs .'bunt and KPt from ,h(IIK 'l,e,e were I the field. Some of them were
Reliable
Sold by
W.Hilton
260 Bay St.
CRYSTAL ICE
O
JR PLAwT is now able to supply all the Ice n<
S try for home consumption and to let the public
share in the benefit. Our prices have been
reduct (I as follows :
12
24
48
100
lbs at 4'd.
9d.
Is 6d.
3s.
loins industries and the
..

.
u
>.
It is our duty to protect .
figures listed above are intended to give the public an ad
vantage that they have not hitherto enjoyed.
Complaints of any kind reported to the proprietor
will receive prompt and courteous attention.
DEPOTS.
Hay St. City, The Ice House.
E. Bay St. (near) The Gaydene, open next week.
Shirley St. II. J. Claridgcs' Grocery Store, open todav
East St. (new Road) C. C. Smith's Grocery St.
open next week.
Baillou Hill Road Store, Corner Delancy Hill, open
next week.
HAROLD 11. M JOHNSON,
Prop.
T
Keeping Guard
HERE are responsibilities that every patriotic citizen
must bear in this season of national peril, othtr
than fighting for the Hag. Not the least of these
preserving the balance of trade.
-TMI
SHOE 14 STORE
is on guard, and in spite of the advanng price of leather
and the increase in the wages of the factory workers, have
succeeded in securing the largest order of its history.
This week's consignment per "Kotonia" sums up
210 cases containing 6656 pairs of boots and shoes all,
hall marked with the Big Four's Slogan
were made in the papers about
treatment meted out by I ierinan
officers, and non-commissioned
officers to their subordinates.
lbs manner, whilst extremely
respectful to us, clearly said
"You've got me here, but there's
plenty of others who will finish
you off.' When questioned as
to what he thought of the war,
he said he was sure the Germans
would win and that the w.u
would he over by Christmas.
He admitted that one of the
faculties they had was due to
the fact that the Wurtemberg-
ers, Saxons, and other Germatic
peoples disliked the Prussians!
intensely.
We then wondered on to an-
< th-r man, who was quite will
ing to talk. Ha had been a
waiter in the grill of the Savoy
for four years, and so spoke very
(food English. He was a iier
liner with a wife and family.
He had been at the front since
the outbreak of war, and was in
the infantry. He had the Iron
( loss, 2nd class for two srars'
distinguished field servi. e. He
was surprised when taken pri
sonei by us, as he said they had
no idea the British were oppos
ing them; they thought they
were still dealing with the
French. |,e said that the Gl
mans feared us far more than
any one else. He said also that
the German people entered into
war very reluctantly, and they
never thought England would
go against them. He was un
feignedly lad to be a prisoner,
and did not hesitate to saj so.
Before being taken he had
lived on cold coffee, bullv beef,
and biscuits foi sevi ral days
they couldn't gel anything hot
because our "strafe" prev< nted
it. He said also many things
which I cannot write, but w hich
were very interesting to us. He
said there was undoubted!) a
shortage of food in Berlin due to
our blockade. Well, he won't
complain of bad fond now,any '
way, as we saw their food rook
ing, and, by Jove! it was excel
lent. More "Fleisch" than
they'd had for months, he said.
Their sleeping accomodation
was excellent: in fact, all ar
rangements were. We treat
them a darnedpite better than
they treat our chaps, there's,
not the slightest doubt of that.'
I think the thing that impri -
With these reinforcements he Big Four will be
able to keep the enemy High Prices off its territory and
Customers may rely on purchasing at the old prices in
spite of Tariff rumours and rising quotations in the Man
kets abroad.
G. T, KNOWLES, Prop. Big- 4,
Bay St. (Sponge Exchange)
There are
above 40,000 people
of my race in the Bahamas,
thcrefoie uh\ should I worry.
Instead. I shall simply remain,
^ ours faithfully,
Da. J. A. WRIGHT
.. (Dentist.)
37 Market Street,
Nassau, N. I'.
Office Hours :
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m
net
several men there wearing
the black and white ribbon
of the Iron Cross, 2nd class
and one man had a Red Cross
man, has been recommended
for an English decoration for
gallantry in tending wounded
slightly wounded and all ol
them looked worn out, as
theyv'e had a deJre < f a time
from us. If you read your Timti
of August 25. you'll" appreciate
that.
"Tim*."
^S^^^gm^g*3Sg^.^
The True Safeguard
of Baby s Health
^ailcnburgsFoDds
THE milk of a healthy mother confers a de-
gree of immunity to infection to the young
infant. Many mothers, however, though
Willing, cannot nurse their bahics for vari
reasons. In such eases the greatest care should
betaken in selecting a proper substitute. Ordi-
nary cow's milk cannot be regarded as a
food for infants; it is acid, contains indigestible
curd, and is almost invariably contaminated
with harmful germs. By using the "Allenburys*'
Foods, which are free from all dangerous
organisms, and effectually replace human
milk, security for baby is ensured and vigorous
growth and health are promoted. The
"Allenburys" Foods are largely used and
recommended by the Medical and Nursing
Professions; they have stood the test of time
and have become a household necessity all
over the world.
The 'Allenburys' Infant Dietary
Mothrr and Chid BabrMimamki.
ft J/ram birlli ami In' A Untmrj,' Fntii


MILK FOOD No. I.
From Hirth 10 3 month*
IK FOOD No. 2.
mlUifi month*
The 'Allcnburyt' Foods arc mad* under pecial proem
by machinery, and arr entirely untouched by hand.
WK~ rllrti,rtrrrbnn:, lnt.nl Fmmdlnamn* Man* awment'
64 *> of omiumlle Information lor ovary muthmr.
Allen & Hanburys Ltd., London, England.
AD. t Eatabliahed 200 Yam. A.DI9I5.
ALLENBURYS1
Similes* and FWet
i
New Bicycle Types
For Sale
We put them on for you free
of charge.
In stock a fine assortment of
other bicycle accessories.
BRUCKJOHNSON
42 King Street, Nassau.
Imperial West Indian
Assurance Association.
1.1MI TED. '
Authorized apital 5,000
---------------------- LOW RATES FOR-----------------------
WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS
and LIFE INSURANCE
Prompt and at is factory Adjustments of Claims.
Home Office: 264 Bay Street, Nassau.
(
The Tribune" Office
FOR
Commercial and Artistic Printing.


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