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1 a .f, .1 MM Ir so he %  limbed to il e tup "i Ihe i himney and dropped his gift therein, tin iking ii would I 'II "ii ihe heanh. hut it so happened lhat ili • mom y fell intoone -l the "lil genllem m's stockings, whit ii Ins daughter had hung up t i dry, where it was f und and II %  d u .y I. II in. II| lesl I \nd the old story says S %  i %  Nic ml.inev -r 'ailed to l"it a tr• ft III the st> < liit.ii il himtheieaftei when• ;i daughter of the house was to m nry. W ien our Sairrt Nicholas Dimes around on Chris'mas lv<> we look foi gifts HI our stockings. The date of the Bishop's death, Dree iber 0 is observed in m that ..f Christmas \U\ p obably conf moded 'he twn hrations. Santa Claus seems to be the name by which the good spint of Christmas is. most gener. ally Known. WHY MISTLETOE NEVER I >RA I ES A CHURCH Drui Is regarded religiously |lv tli t"p, which they call d "All and offered it on theiraltar> rateJ (or theirffestival. w ith all kinds of green plant*, T i" i lurch adopt.•<] this custom 1 ut !'' %  mistletoe was purposel) litti d by reason of itsfigurjng in %  > religious Pitt s. Another reason given is tliat in olden times its ose was abandoned in church decorations I.e. set the )oung folk's In reading the ni nrragj ;U1I | holly wa a ibltitiited In m licate the tfurl monotony .>f matrim ny and the ni my thorns with which it was beset. WHY WE SING CJIRIS1 MAS CAROLS Singing Chi istm ic "..Is in ,-, Custom so oil th it rven the origin of lliwo. I IS III f. M 11 • I lie lir.' carols w, %  i. i ,, ,[,,. son^j written t" a .. npany the chorii" • lancr an.I CHMI ing a cmlum, tion of dancing and singing— Which found itway from ill" pi. R in rituals into thChristian chuich. In the year 589 th.' Council of Toledo ni bade dancing in lh • church on certain davs and in the fo low 11. r< ule 1 ii 1 in the church were forbidden, Howevei tn' c nst..m did not die mi' ii'iiif ulioui (he year I-'.HI M1 nvpt ihe enroll ilatinic fr.>?n the Fifteenth Century hive ihe cnaractei istics of f .11; songs in I preserve us legends, Carol I du'ing ihe -six. teenth ami Seven I I iluries ami llir grt Hi si Engllf.ll wi 11.-is, Milton .-..ni I 1 ,,-,, JojMon among II, produced VHHP lie.iutif'il ols. A 1 ii.ii I. \Ve\ey MII.IK llir ( 1SI11UI "HrV, How the widkir Hin s" hotter 1 11 E I i< I Known now as "II irk, the Herald Aage's Si I ue eailii.si printed collection { c* "Is w is issued ill 1611. It oiii'tained the famous'Boar's I lead' ,1, which is still sung rv. 1 v vear at Oxford College. I'hecaiol exist* in Prance, where ii is known as "Noel," and it is at W T. would ifonn all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we nhave on hind an extensive Stock of II WWW CIGARS. \V so existent in Germany and Italy, guarantee our lira ml to be made of the finest Havana and Sumafr died <.ut Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout. These Cigars are mannfac'ured on our premises by skilled worknui and great pains are taken to produce an article of suporun quality. The success we have mel with in the past leads us confidently to ex perl the patronage of copnoiseurs. J. L. SAUNDERS A Co. Ha\ Street Ceil ilthough the custom has in Scotland and tome ol the tinental countries, WHY c\ rn.r ART SUPPOSED 1*0 KM.I I. I here are many superstitions regarding the special endowJ %  1 en's of animals and birds dm-1 111 u; the I In istmas season s.mif lie-' ing presumed to he gifted with | sp eel, others with an intuition|g e how it points tn the sky. Call 10 worship, etc. sit the tree of ihe Christ Child, rhe tradition that rattle kneel (Take it up and earn it i" the m their stalls doubtless arises from jahjeftMin's hall. You shall go no • i/act that Christ was born in a j more into t lie shadow's of the forest monger. The Spanish are very! to keep your feasts withsecirt rites ciud i' ill eft w, been use on tin |of shame. You shall keep them .at Hoi) Night tiny are believed tojhonie, with laughterand songsand breathed upon -.he Christ rites of love The lhu 1 11 a eiv ronve. II ient storage huui willi fun 11 In keep KaSoliOe. Cell.' anl si e them. Apply i" J. P. SIMM>. i; M okei Stn 1 Nov. 18, 1 .1.;. NO I I 1 I Gasoline S I \\D\lvl) Oil. (() %  > (, ,S. ()l INK, Sold in quantities 1 < )ne i, 111 ni in 1 upwards for sacrifice As it fell a young |ir tire one shilling a gallon. seemed to nppenr miraculously 1 1 von I it, and Winfi mil *aid to 11 <• I J_.^i^ ^i^M "Here is llie. Iivinj; Iree, willi no sinin of titoo.t upon it. Hint shall l>e th" sipn of voin new Worship I) urns ..( 50 gallons at 2> cents a gallon, subject to return when 1 empty. 1 heso special Drums <1<> away wiiti ile necessity of buying a Riorage Tank. See O UR P| ecial Line %  .I POR IRAIT WORK fill t III 1st • I 1,1s. SANDS, Phot grapher, May-street, (. ily Calendars AND GREE1 ING FOLDERS with VIEWS OF NASSAI at SANDS' STUDIO DIOCESAN IW)OK SIORR. J C. COAKLEY'S PennyCigarJ "Ladysmith Brand It is better than a 2d Cigat elsewhere. Try one and be convince of '.ts excellent quality. n R \ 1. Bargains \(,\i\ IN BOOTS AND SI \1/ILI.I\MS VV I ill' SHOEMAS I I.is just re. en e.| a large consignment of Hoots ami 'shoes most of wllirll aie SX.MPLE LOTS of 1, 2 and 3 pa 1 rv of .i I..and ami St) !e III Fill J i/es he ii ne 1 leing sold SURPRISINGLY CHEAPt In man) instan the discount mi) le-s than ... pei cent n ] l,s REtiULAR PRI 1 S Call tn day and 1 inv v our seii t h ii t ins is .re it her lot of those I' scepl ion., I I'.a rgains u Inch is i\e. v now an I then 'itlere.l a • WILLIAMS' uiioi P.SAI.R \\i RET SHOE ESI M'.l HIIMIA" 277 79, l'..,y-s|.e. t, SHOES. II* II i I ^ %  ^ • Lfta\ X



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> rf a sr o 0) u tonne Nullius rtil.ln Hi'. (virare ir\ verba maglalrl. Being bound to swear to the Dogmas if no Master. VOL. XI. NASSBU. N. P.. Dahamas. Friday. December 26. 1913 No. 21 I.l ON E. II Dl'l'l CII, F.UITuR AMP I'loPIIIIOk OK KICK. %  .* A MAKKKT STRBKT N.i,1U N. I'., bAIUMA,. I', (i. Iloi lu;; IN'BLISHEI) IMII.'* Moaday, A'pltiPvlax and Friday— •ingle cop) Jd Tuesday Thursday and Satuidav— Unfit Copt id •Ve-i.lv 4 Jd Monthly r*. 44] Quarfprlv ... ... .. 4s. HalfYenrlv 8s. YeaMv ... ... 16s PAYABLE IN ADVANTF. Advertising Ratal Six peace per HUP fdi first insertion ; three pencp per In e rnreaoona inea/tion; end onppenm MI line fur subsequent insertion!. Advertisement! under light lines 45. Well, Chrisimas it OMI the noise will subside, but kindly recollections will lone remain i>f lokmsnf good will, timely and acceptably given, in formsol beauty, utility durability, and shortly all will settle down to the normal, and rie long we will I c again looking forward toCbtistmas • From Sunsft on Wednesday evening until near midnight, the blowing <>f liorns, ringing of I" IN, firing df crackers, beating of drums and tins created a dm that was trying t<> weak nerves. I he simps weie gaily decorated and brilliantly lighted and crowd* cd with shoppers. The Club WAS gaily dec< rateJ and kept Christmas as usual. Larga congregations attended the midnight services at some of the Anglican ohurchea. On X.ITIS morning a large number of people were on Ray Sirect, including a great Dumber <>f rimsqueraders M ilh horns and so forth n peatmg the din of llie night hefore. I lie only music that we ob-erv. fd anywhere WHS at the Clltbfn in winch also a gnat quanity of fiiecrackers were thrown. *• Prior to the election of lb* fence around the site where it ir-s >it) the Ice Making Plant will le built, the public found easy access to the concreted walk along the Western Abutment, but after, it was found <1 (lieuIt to get up thereto. We note with considerable satisfaction that a short set of concreted steps lias been built, presumably by the Board of Public Works, with a portion of concreted walk, leading thereto, thus not only giving it a finished appearance, but adding greatly (O the convenience of pedestrians who frequent the i | ianade for recreation. The Auxiliary Yacht "Ranger" returned to tins port on Christmas Day about 10 A.M. Irom Tarpum May, Eleuthera, whither she had been to convey the remains of the late lion J. \V. In liner for inter mer.l We are infotmed ihat the burial took place at 5 P.M. the previous day, the ceremony bung pn formd by the Rev G, H Moon, in the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing friends. Another of out pineapple glowers has passed away. Mr. Jeremiah Sweeting, who for many years was an extensive cultivator of pineapples, at Gregory Town, better known perhaps as the Cove I leuthera, died on Tuesday afternoon, at bis residence in this Citsami was buried on Wednesday the 34th insl. The Schooner "WinifredM," sailed front Wilton City on Saturday the 30th inst, loaded with 1.umher lor Port Pedro, Cuba. After discharging her cargo she will proceed to Havana, Cuba, and load pineapples for the J. S. Johnson Co* of this place. The British Steamer (Side wheel) '•p-ince Rupert" ol London, ar lived last night from Charleston S. C, bound to Santiago de Cuba. The Imperial is giving its usually good Friday Night "show this evening. Don't forget it. Up to the time of going to Press no Cablegrams had been received. CURVED GLASS IN HOW WINDOWS A Show window which rcndeis objects on display as clearly visible as though tbtrt were no glass at all has recently been installed in on-; of the big New York department stores, says the December Popular Mechanics Magazine in an illustrated article. The new "shadow-box" window eliminates all reflection and thus avoids the common and annoying fault in the ordinary display window which reflects sky, buildings, street traffic, etc, more brilliantly than it displays merchandise '.he store offers for sale. The new type of window, which is patented, is divided into an upper and a lower light, the latter extending to a height well above the head of a very tall person, and each glass ii curved inwnid. The curve, which has been determined after careful stud)' of Optical laws, diverts the rays of light from the street, downard or upward, at an angle at which the diverted light rays strike a black plate which absorbs them. NOVEL REVERSING DEVICE FOR MOTORBOAT One of the prise winners in the recent motorboat races at Toledo, Ohio, was equipped with a unique reversing device that appeared to work satisfactorily and eliminated entirely the necessity for reversing gear on the propeller shaft. This boat carried two aeroplane motors placed one ahead of the other. At the stern of the boat was a pecu liar dish-shaped device hinged to the transom, with controlling apparatus so that it could be readily raised and lowered. When this disk is lowered into the water, i! comes directly aft of the propeller. The disk causes the water to react against the propeller in such a wav that the boat IS propel! led slowly backward. "FEMALE PORPOISFS." MINK!) BATHING AS A BAR TO MARRIAGE. "Mixed bathing is giving the death-blow to marriage," s us .1 Croydon doctor, in a written protest against the extension of such facilities at public baths. "I don't believe," he adds, "that one young man out of fifty wants to marry the girl he has bathed with. In times gone by, men were entranced by the sight of girls ele



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THE TRIBUNE a m % %  gantty, dnntily, ami modestly attired, and affection sprang from a kind of worship of something .which enchanted. "Do bare necks, bare arms, and bare legs, with ugly skull caps, furnish a bewitching spectacle? What effect has the ungMceful 'fl'ippin','' of the female porpoise on the male intellect? The desire to W E are offering a Grade Pianos, REMEMBER! No home was. or can be comj plete without "Muelc", line of I ligh Player Pi. •DOS, Piano O.gans. and Reed Organs suitable for every home. Come! and see our latest catalogue : and let us send one of these mst i unients diiect from factory to your harpoon it rather than embrace it I£*"•./! ^" (] ys ^ l M ]^^ U is probably one result." '' */ '' fo r k,ng.Choose for } our :.('ur instrument* and terms ..it the Best in the World. T IB RISING STAR Drllet Street \V. F. \V. £~ Co Furniture FOR XMAS PRESENTS RECEIVING AT THE NASSAU BARGAIN HOUSE BY Stntr. arriving today NEW READY-MADE AERI \I. OUTFITS Portable aerial outfits foi pro j pelling bicycles, canoes, bo.its and | ie craft, liare now appeared on r tie market, to take the place of I being built in various parts of the | country. Each outfit oonsists of! a one-'-ylinder, f4 hp., bigh.spee 1 gasoline engine an aena I [rope lei! of small diameter attached directly j WICKER FURNITURE to the engine shaft, and fittings (or. I ) (It KING Chairs, I ables, mounting the machine on a IM(\ II Y Sitting „ (ouches or a canoe. The engine weighs only | >ofas, Child's Ur>ckeis, Stiittd*, It lb, is very compact, and isc >m. Cane Seat, pletely inclosed so that it cannot Rockers, Dining Chans, easily get out of order, Large and EXCAVATION' FOR THE GREAT ARROU'ROCK I'WI The Arrowrockdam, beim; built bv the United State* Reel om.ti >n Service for irrigation storage purposes, is located 20 miles from Boise, and will be 3,0 ft. high, one of the highest dams in the world. From 60 to 80 ft. below the liver bed lies the granite bedrock upon winch the foundation of tins huge wall of reinforced concrete is to be erected. The width of th" canyon at the river bed is about 2 0 ft., and the thickness of the dam t the bottom will be about 240 ft. Wooden Roc crs 1 hning Chairs A Is.. I'M reaux, Washstands Sec Knmnl'd. BedsteaHs, \lattresestScc I \ quantity 1'htn • I 'ware, \ rttes, I oy Tea mil Dinner Sets Velocipedes, an I lots of other goods foi X DOS presents. I\:F. MO )F. STUDYING K I.BKRCS IN THE NOR 111 ATLANTIC After three months study of the icebergs in the North Atlantic Steamship lanes, the ice patrol S nt out last spring by the United States government h..s brought back valuable dmtU on l/ie location nnd morements of fl 1 rliritf ire. Two revenue cutters, t he "Seneca" and the "Miami," took turns M • nr mn the ocean between the 441I1 and 50th parallels ol niih |ati>' tnde and the 40th and 40th meridians of west longitude, until every H rlierg in the region had bei It located and i. 11-r 11111 >• Grease B specialty. Can even sell you a very convenient storsge drum with jtaueit to keep gasoline. Come and see them, JAppIv i" J. I'. SIMMS, 47 Market Street. Nov. 18, 1013. NOTICE IirilAT about that W PANAMA HAT of yours It waits cleaning, Polishing and Blocking, and nowhere in this City an you n<-\ it done but at THOMAS E. NANBIE, and at a very moderate prices Doesn't matter now bad a condition it may be in it can be made as Bond as new, or belter. Remember he is at 549 Day Street FOR 8ALF A rt ft OPEN MOAT. Apply, I had. Johnson, £aiiliifliUftiil]fl|tta —. El'u he



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CD P > 3 or rf CD CD 0. BT O o 0) IJ Nullius addictus (urare In verba maglstrl. Being bound to swear to the Dogmas if no Mauler. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamai, Friday. December 26. 1913 LI ON K II Dl'l'l CH, F.UIToH AM' PlOPIIITOR OKKICK 38 4 MAUKKTSTKKET NasMu N. P., BAHAMAS. I', l>. It.ii PUBLISH!-:.) DAILY. Monday, %  VeclnrsriuY ami Friday— tingle cop; ... jd Tuesday Thursday and Saturdaysingle copy ,., id s PAYA BLE IN ADVANCE. Advertising Hates: Six penee [>er line fur first insert ion ; three pence [ier In t for second insertion: and one peart* pel Inie for subsequent insertion*. Adveitisemei ts uinler eitrbt lines 4s. Well, Christmas is over tlie noise will subside, but kindly recollections will lone remain of tokens of flood will, timely ami acceptably given, in forms of beauty, utility durability, and shortly all will settle down lo 1 he normal, and eie lonji we will be again looking foiward.loCliiistni.is f From Sunset on Wednesday evening until near midnight, the blowing of horns, ringing of hell*, firing of crackers, beating of drums and tins created a din that was trying to weak nerves. The shops were gaily decorated and brilliantly lighted and crowded with shoppers. The Club was gaily decorated and kept Christmas as usual. Large congregations attended the midnight services at some of the Anglican churches. On X.nas morning a large number of people were on Bay Street, including a great number of masqueradeis with horns and so forllt n petting ilie dio of the night before. I he only music that we observed anywhere was at the Clubfn m which also a great quanity () f fu f crackers were throw n. Prior to the erection of ill* fence around ilie site where it is s 1 id the Ice Making Plant will le built, the public found easy access to the concreted walk along the Western No. 21 Abutment, but after, it was found difficult lo get up thereto. We note with considerable satisfaction that a short set of concreted steps has been built, presumably by the B >acd of Public Works, with a portion of concreted walk, leading thereto, thus not only giving it a finished appearance, but adding greatly 10 the convenience ol pedestrians who frequent the Esplanade for recreation. The Auxilliary Yacht "Ranger" returned to this port on Christmas Day about 10 A.M. from Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera, whither sh had been to convey the remains of the late lion J. \Y. Ciilmer for inter me 1 t We are infoimed that the burial took place at 5 P.M. the previous day, the ceiemony being pri fnrmd by the Rev Ci. 11 Moon, in the presence of n large crowd of sorrow ing friends. Another of out pineapple glowers has passed away. Mr. Jerenn;,h Sweeting, who for many years was an extensive cultivator of pineapples, at Gregory Town, better known perhaps as the (."ore Eleuthera, died on Tuesday afternoon, at his lesidence in this City and was buried on Wednesday the 24th inst. The Schooner "WinifiedM." sailed from Wilson City on Saturday the 30th inst, loaded with Lumber for Port Pedro, Cuba. After discharging her targo she will proceed to Havana, Cuba, and load pineapples for the J. S. Johnson Co. of this place. The Prilish Steamer (Side wheel) "P'ince Rupert" of London, ar lived last night from Charleston S. C. bound to Santiago de Cuba. The Imperial is giving it* usually good Friday Night Show i It is evening. Don't forget it. I'p to the time of going to Press no Cablegram* had been received, CURVED GLASS IN HOW WINDOWS A Show window which rendeis objects on display as clearly visible as though there were no glass at all has recently been installed in one of the big New York department stores, says the December Popular Mechanics Magazine in an illustrated article. The new "shadow-box" window eliminates all reflection and Ihus avoids the common and annoying fault in the ordinary display window which reflects sky, buildings, street traffic, etc more brilliantly than it displays merchandise the store offers for sale. The new type of window, which is patented, is divided into an upper and a lower light, the latter extending to a height well above the head of a very tail person, and each glass ii curved inward. The curve, which has been determined after caieful study of op-ical laws, diverls the rays of light from the slreet, downard or upward, at an angle at which the diverted light rays strike n black plate which absorbs them. NOVEL REVERSING DEVICE FOR MOTORBOA T One of the prise winners in the recent motorboat races at Toledo, Ohio, was equipped with a unique reversing device that appeared to work satisfactorily and eliminated entirely the necessity for reversing gear on the propeller shaft. This boat carried two aeroplane motors placed one ahead of the other. At the stern of the boat was a pecu liar dish-shaped device hinged to the transom, with controlling apparatus so that it could be readilv raised and lowered. When this disk is lowered into the water, it comes directly aft of the propeller. The disk causes the water to react against the propeller in such a way that the boat is propel} led slowly backward. "FEMALE PORPOISFS." MIXED BATHING AS A BAR TO MARRIAGE. "Mixed bathing is giving the death-blow to marriage," stys a Croydon doctor, in a written protest against the extension of such facilities at public balhs. "I don't believe,' he adds, "that one young man out of fifty wants to marry the girl he has* bathed with. In times gone by, men were entranced by the sight of girls cle


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Nullius addictus (urare In verba maglstrl.
Being bound to swear to the Dogmas if no Mauler.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamai, Friday. December 26. 1913
LI ON K II Dl'l'l CH,
F.UIToH AM' PlOPIIITOR
OKKICK 38 4, MAUKKTSTKKET
NasMu N. P., Bahamas.
I', l>. It.ii
PUBLISH!-:.) DAILY.
Monday, VeclnrsriuY ami Friday
tingle cop; ..... ... jd
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday-
single copy ,., ..... id
Monthly ......i.. 4,
Quarterly ........j8.
Half Yearly ... .. 8.
Yeariv ... ... i(>s
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Hates: Six penee [>er line
fur first insert ion ; three pence [ier In t
for second insertion: and one peart* pel
Inie for subsequent insertion*.
Adveitisemei ts uinler eitrbt lines 4s.
Well, Christmas is over tlie noise
will subside, but kindly recollec-
tions will lone remain of tokens of
flood will, timely ami acceptably
given, in forms of beauty, utility
durability, and shortly all will
settle down lo 1 he normal, and eie
lonji we will be again looking foi-
ward.loCliiistni.is
f
From Sunset on Wednesday
evening until near midnight, the
blowing of horns, ringing of hell*,
firing of crackers, beating of drums
and tins created a din that was
trying to weak nerves.
The shops were gaily decorated
and brilliantly lighted and crowd-
ed with shoppers.
The Club was gaily decorated
and kept Christmas as usual.
Large congregations attended
the midnight services at some of
the Anglican churches.
On X.nas morning a large num-
ber of people were on Bay Street,
including a great number of mas-
queradeis with horns and so forllt
n petting ilie dio of the night be-
fore.
I he only music that we observ-
ed anywhere was at the Clubfn m
which also a great quanity ()f fuf.
crackers were throw n.
Prior to the erection of ill* fence
around ilie site where it is s 1 id the
Ice Making Plant will le built,
the public found easy access to the
concreted walk along the Western
No. 21
Abutment, but after, it was found
difficult lo get up thereto. We
note with considerable satisfac-
tion that a short set of concreted
steps has been built, presumably
by the B >acd of Public Works,
with a portion of concreted walk,
leading thereto, thus not only giv-
ing it a finished appearance, but
adding greatly 10 the convenience
ol pedestrians who frequent the
Esplanade for recreation.
The Auxilliary Yacht "Ranger"
returned to this port on Christmas
Day about 10 A.M. from Tarpum
Bay, Eleuthera, whither sh had
been to convey the remains of the
late lion J. \Y. Ciilmer for inter
me 1 t We are infoimed that the
burial took place at 5 P.M. the pre-
vious day, the ceiemony being
pri fnrmd by the Rev Ci. 11 Moon, in
the presence of n large crowd of
sorrow ing friends.
Another of out pineapple glowers
has passed away. Mr. Jerenn;,h
Sweeting, who for many years was
an extensive cultivator of pine-
apples, at Gregory Town, better
known perhaps as the (."ore
Eleuthera, died on Tuesday after-
noon, at his lesidence in this City
and was buried on Wednesday the
24th inst.
The Schooner "WinifiedM." sail-
ed from Wilson City on Saturday
the 30th inst, loaded with Lumber
for Port Pedro, Cuba. After dis-
charging her targo she will pro-
ceed to Havana, Cuba, and load
pineapples for the J. S. Johnson
Co. of this place.
The Prilish Steamer (Side wheel)
"P'ince Rupert" of London, ar
lived last night from Charleston
S. C. bound to Santiago de Cuba.
The Imperial is giving it* usu-
ally good Friday Night Show i It is
evening. Don't forget it.
I'p to the time of going to Press
no Cablegram* had been received,
CURVED GLASS IN HOW
WINDOWS
A Show window which rendeis
objects on display as clearly visible
as though there were no glass at
all has recently been installed in
one of the big New York depart-
ment stores, says the December Po-
pular Mechanics Magazine in an
illustrated article. The new "sha-
dow-box" window eliminates all
reflection and Ihus avoids the com-
mon and annoying fault in the
ordinary display window which
reflects sky, buildings, street traffic,
etc more brilliantly than it dis-
plays merchandise the store offers
for sale. The new type of window,
which is patented, is divided into
an upper and a lower light, the
latter extending to a height well
above the head of a very tail per-
son, and each glass ii curved in-
ward. The curve, which has been
determined after caieful study of
op-ical laws, diverls the rays of
light from the slreet, downard or
upward, at an angle at which the '
diverted light rays strike n black
plate which absorbs them.
NOVEL REVERSING DEVICE
FOR MOTORBOA T
One of the prise winners in the
recent motorboat races at Toledo,
Ohio, was equipped with a unique
reversing device that appeared to
work satisfactorily and eliminated
entirely the necessity for reversing
gear on the propeller shaft. This
boat carried two aeroplane motors
placed one ahead of the other. At
the stern of the boat was a pecu
liar dish-shaped device hinged to
the transom, with controlling ap-
paratus so that it could be readilv
raised and lowered. When this
disk is lowered into the water,
it comes directly aft of the propel-
ler. The disk causes the water
to react against the propeller in
such a way that the boat is propel}
led slowly backward.
"FEMALE PORPOISFS."
MIXED BATHING AS A
BAR TO MARRIAGE.
"Mixed bathing is giving the
death-blow to marriage," stys a
Croydon doctor, in a written pro-
test against the extension of such
facilities at public balhs.
"I don't believe,' he adds, "that
one young man out of fifty wants
to marry the girl he has* bathed
with. In times gone by, men were
entranced by the sight of girls cle-


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a
.f,
.1
Mm
Ir
so he limbed to il e tup
"i Ihe i himney and dropped his
gift therein, tin iking ii would
I 'II "ii ihe heanh. hut it so hap-
pened lhat ili mom y fell intoone
-l the "lil genllem m's stockings,
whit ii Ins daughter had hung up
t i dry, where it was f und and
II d u .y I.ii in. ii| lesl
' I \nd the old story says
' S i Nic ml.i- nev -r 'ailed to
l"it a tr ft iii the st> < liit.ii
il himtheieaftei when-
;i daughter of the house was
to m nry. W ien our Sairrt Nich-
olas Dimes around on Chris'mas
lv<> we look foi gifts hi our stock-
ings.
The date of the Bishop's death,
Dree iber 0 is observed in m countries, and the i loseness ( his
I '> that ..f Christmas \U\
p obably conf moded 'he twn
hrations. Santa Claus seems
to be the name by which the good
spint of Christmas is. most gener.
ally Known.
WHY MISTLETOE NEVER
I >RA I ES A CHURCH
Drui Is regarded religiously |lv
tli t"p, which they call d "All
and offered it on theiraltar>
rateJ (or theirffestival.
w ith all kinds of green plant*,
T i" i lurch adopt.<] this custom
1 ut !''' mistletoe was purposel)
litti d by reason of itsfigurjng in
> religious Pitt s.
Another reason given is tliat in
olden times its ose was abandoned
in church decorations I.e.
set the )oung folk's In reading the
ni nrragj ;U1I| holly wa
a ibltitiited In m licate the tfurl
monotony .>f matrim ny and the
ni my thorns with which it was
beset.
WHY WE SING CJIRIS1 MAS
CAROLS
Singing Chi istm i- c "..Is in ,-,
Custom so oil th it rven the origin
of lli- wo. I IS III f. m 11 I lie lir.'
carols w, i. i ,, ,[,,. son^j
written t" a .. npany the chorii"
lancr an.I CHMI ing a cmlum,
tion of dancing and singing
Which found it- way from ill" pi.
R in rituals into th- Christian
chuich.
In the year 589 th.' Council of
Toledo ni bade dancing in lh
church on certain davs and in the
fo low 11. r< ule 1 ii 1
in the church were forbidden,
Howevei tn' c nst..m did not die
mi' ii'iiif ulioui (he year i-'.hi
M1 nvpt ihe enroll ilatinic fr.>?n
the Fifteenth Century hive ihe
cnaractei istics of f .11; songs in I
preserve .....us legends, Carol
I du'ing ihe -six.
teenth ami Seven I I iluries
ami llir grt Hi si Engllf.ll wi 11.-is,
Milton .-..ni I1,,-,, JojMon among
II, produced vhhp lie.iutif'il
ols. A 1 ii.ii I.
\Ve\ey mii.iK llir ( 1SI11UI "HrV,
How the widkir Hin s" hotter
1 11 E I i< I
Known now as "II irk, the Herald
Aage's Si
I ue eailii.si printed collection
{ c* "Is w is issued ill 1611. It
oiii'tained the famous'Boar's I lead'
,1, which is still sung rv. 1 v
vear at Oxford College.
I'hecaiol exist* in Prance, where
ii is known as "Noel," and it is at
WT. would ifonn all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we n-
have on hind an extensive Stock of II WWW CIGARS. \V
so existent in Germany and Italy, guarantee our lira ml to be made of the finest Havana and Sumafr
died <.ut Wrappers, and Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars are mannfac'ured on our premises by skilled worknui
and great pains are taken to produce an article of suporun quality.
The success we have mel with in the past leads us confidently to ex perl
the patronage of copnoiseurs.
J. L. SAUNDERS A Co.
Ha\ Street
Ceil
ilthough the custom has
in Scotland and tome ol the
tinental countries,
why c\ rn.r art
SUPPOSED 1*0 KM.I I.
I here are many superstitions re-
garding the special endow- J
1 en's of animals and birds dm-1
111 u; the I In istmas season s.mif lie-'
ing presumed to he gifted with |
sp eel, others with an intuition|ge how it points tn the sky. Call
10 worship, etc. sit the tree of ihe Christ Child,
rhe tradition that rattle kneel (Take it up and earn it i" the
m their stalls doubtless arises from jahjeftMin's hall. You shall go no
i/act that Christ was born in a j more into t lie shadow's of the forest
monger. The Spanish are very! to keep your feasts withsecirt rites
ciud i' ill eft w, been use on tin |of shame. You shall keep them .at
Hoi) Night tiny are believed tojhonie, with laughterand songsand
breathed upon -.he Christ rites of love The lhu ; to la ep I lim warm.
The stntv i- told "f an Indian
I.-, ping cautiously through iiwMm-
lit Canadain w indson Ch istmar.
I e, saying : "Me watch t 1
kneel. Christinas nighty all
I. 1 kneel and In Ji up to Great
I," It is i hough t, howev 1
tint some harm ill speedily cim
M tin- .me who successfully spu
upon th.-se anini.ils.
WHY CMRIrVAtA*
CENTERS \U'or.\li \ T\R
When Jesus as born in Net'
leheill It Was ihe ho ..t of I,nine
h.ii "Mih irin 111 Aureuiri," the
! 11 Mi leetoi e, horn w Inch in r
. military rn ids divi fgi !.
narked the cantei "f lie A
I'o.l iv that stone is in (jagmen's,
rt Inle fnnn ihe st 11 that m 1 Is ni
the Church of the N iiivily 111
lie hi. Inin ihe place W hrr J SUS
\ is li 111 hi.I .. 1 in-ue 1 1 let the
star hat shone in the hen 11
'.. ihlehem on the firs' Chnstma*
1 i lit, radiates the infl i that
Uplifts A" ankind, 1 1 vi 11/.s the v 01 Id 1
and makes nil men hro hr-
HOW Till. Cftttlil MAS
I Wl I. CAME To IM.
Saoit Winfriecl, who w,i~ in tli* '
P.ighth Ceniury, n niisaTiuMiry to 1
the Sea ml in i\ la us, is c.e.liled in an '
on lent legend w th Ii iving cnofsed
to he s, t up the hr,t Imine Christ-1
in is tree. I le ti i.'il t show the
people thai Ihe Hun.! jeiesis 11 , n;,ik- them wois|ii|i| ers of tree;
nlv, and 11 "t o' a living dodj nnl
in istmas Eve he lwed down
tli gn a' n 1 tree at.......I w Inch
ihey had g ithei'd hi Ifei 11 human
has fallen, and I think I he da V is
coming when there shall not he a
Il aie 111 a II t ei main w heic the
cllilderil ne m I fathered around
lie- green In tree to rejoice in the
bin hniffht "f t I" i-t.
''I.allies Home journal."
NOTICE '
Gasoline
S
.
I \\D\IH) Oil Co's Gasolene
sold in quantities ol ; gallons
and upwmil for one shilling per
gallon at Garage
Itring a Vessel for small quanti*
In .
D.iims m iv l.e had with "ilium
I its,' si hji i-i t leln- n W Inn e.mpi V
\ $1175. hv 10 per cent ihs-
(liut f. 11. Ii. fact. 11 y.
Reo Car* also foi 111 e,
I he) 1 le. ien). il fur ICS a ^^ ek.
All!.1 nohlle and III. \ rle sil|i| 'I il 1
kept in sli h k, 1 vlnnlei oil .on!
Auto (jrease a spei tally.
1 an ev.n sell > 1 11 a eiv ronve.
II ient storage huui willi fun 11 In
keep KaSoliOe. Cell.' anl si e
them.
Apply i"
J. P. SIMM>.
i; M okei Stn 1
Nov. 18, 1 .1.;.
NO I I 1 I
Gasoline
SI \\D\lvl) Oil. (()> (, ,S.
()l INK, Sold in quantities
1 < )ne i, 111 ni in 1 upwards for
sacrifice As it fell a young |ir tire one shilling a gallon.
seemed to nppenr miraculously 1 1 -
von I it, and Winfi mil *aid to 11 <
I..... J-_.^i^-^i^M
"Here is llie. Iivinj; Iree, willi no
sinin of titoo.t upon it. Hint shall
l>e th" sipn of voin new Worship
I) urns ..( 50 gallons at 2> cents
a gallon, subject to return when
1 empty.
1 heso special Drums <1<> away
wiiti ile necessity of buying a
Riorage Tank.
See !
OUR P| ecial Line
.I POR IRAIT WORK
fill t III 1st I 1,1s.
SANDS, Phot grapher,
May-street, (. ily
Calendars
AND GREE1 ING FOLDERS
with
VIEWS OF NASSAI
at
SANDS' STUDIO
DIOCESAN IW)OK SIORR.
J C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigarJ
"Ladysmith Brand
It is better than a 2d Cigat
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
'.ts excellent quality.
n r \ 1.
Bargains
\(,\i\
IN BOOTS AND SI
\1/ILI.I\MS
VV I ill' SHOEMAS
I I.is just re. en e.| a
large consignment of
Hoots ami 'shoes most
of wllirll aie
SX.MPLE LOTS
of 1, 2 and 3 pa 1 rv of .i
I..and ami St) !e III Fill J i/es
he ii ne 1 leing sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAPt
In man) instan..... the discount
mi) le-s than
... pei cent n ]l,s
REtiULAR PRI 1 S
Call tn day and 1 inv...... v our
seii t h ii t ins is .re it her lot of
those I' scepl ion., I I'.a rgains
u Inch is i\e. v now an I then
'itlere.l a
WILLIAMS'
uiioi P.sai.R \\i RET
SHOE ESI M'.l HIIMIA"
277 79, l'..,y-s|.e. t,
SHOES.
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Nullius rtil.ln Hi'. (virare ir\ verba maglalrl.
Being bound to swear to the Dogmas if no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassbu. N. P.. Dahamas. Friday. December 26. 1913
No. 21
I.l ON E. II Dl'l'l CII,
F.UITuR AMP I'loPIIIIOk
OK KICK. .* A, MAKKKT STRBKT
N.i- ,1U N. I'., bAIUMA,.
I', (i. Iloi lu;;
IN'BLISHEI) IMII.'* .
Moaday, A'pltiPvlax and Friday
ingle cop) ........ Jd
Tuesday Thursday and Satuidav
Unfit Copt ..... id
Ve-i.lv .........4Jd
Monthly ......r*. 44]
Quarfprlv ... ... .. 4s.
HalfYenrlv ........8s.
YeaMv ... ... 16s
PAYABLE IN ADVANTF.
Advertising Ratal Six peace per Hup
fdi first insertion ; three pencp per In e
rnreaoona inea/tion; end onppenm mi
line fur subsequent insertion!.
Advertisement! under light lines 45.
Well, Chrisimas it omi the noise
will subside, but kindly recollec-
tions will lone remain i>f lokmsnf
good will, timely and acceptably
given, in formsol beauty, utility
durability, and shortly all will
settle down to the normal, and rie
long we will I c again looking for-
ward toCbtistmas

From Sunsft on Wednesday
evening until near midnight, the
blowing <>f liorns, ringing of I" IN,
firing df crackers, beating of drums
and tins created a dm that was
trying t<> weak nerves.
I he simps weie gaily decorated
and brilliantly lighted and crowd*
cd with shoppers.
The Club WAS gaily dec< rateJ
and kept Christmas as usual.
Larga congregations attended
the midnight services at some of
the Anglican ohurchea.
On X.itis morning a large num-
ber of people were on Ray Sirect,
including a great Dumber <>f rims-
queraders M ilh horns and so forth
n peatmg the din of llie night he-
fore.
I lie only music that we ob-erv.
fd anywhere whs at the Clltbfn in
winch also a gnat quanity of fiie-
crackers were thrown.
*
Prior to the election of lb* fence
around the site where it ir-s >it) the
Ice Making Plant will le built,
the public found easy access to the
concreted walk along the Western
Abutment, but after, it was found
<1 (lieuIt to get up thereto. We
note with considerable satisfac-
tion that a short set of concreted
steps lias been built, presumably
by the Board of Public Works,
with a portion of concreted walk,
leading thereto, thus not only giv-
ing it a finished appearance, but
adding greatly (O the convenience
of pedestrians who frequent the
i | ianade for recreation.
The Auxiliary Yacht "Ranger"
returned to tins port on Christmas
Day about 10 A.M. Irom Tarpum
May, Eleuthera, whither she had
been to convey the remains of the
late lion J. \V. In liner for inter
mer.l We are infotmed ihat the
burial took place at 5 P.M. the pre-
vious day, the ceremony bung
pn formd by the Rev G, H Moon, in
the presence of a large crowd of
sorrowing friends.
Another of out pineapple glowers
has passed away. Mr. Jeremiah
Sweeting, who for many years was
an extensive cultivator of pine-
apples, at Gregory Town, better
known perhaps as the Cove
I leuthera, died on Tuesday after-
noon, at bis residence in this Cits-
ami was buried on Wednesday the
34th insl.
The Schooner "WinifredM," sail-
ed front Wilton City on Saturday
the 30th inst, loaded with 1.umher
lor Port Pedro, Cuba. After dis-
charging her cargo she will pro-
ceed to Havana, Cuba, and load
pineapples for the J. S. Johnson
Co* of this place.
The British Steamer (Side wheel)
'p-ince Rupert" ol London, ar
lived last night from Charleston
S. C, bound to Santiago de Cuba.
The Imperial is giving its usu-
ally good Friday Night "show this
evening. Don't forget it.
Up to the time of going to Press
no Cablegrams had been received.
CURVED GLASS IN HOW
WINDOWS
A Show window which rcndeis
objects on display as clearly visible
as though tbtrt were no glass at
all has recently been installed in
on-; of the big New York depart-
ment stores, says the December Po-
pular Mechanics Magazine in an
illustrated article. The new "sha-
dow-box" window eliminates all
reflection and thus avoids the com-
mon and annoying fault in the
ordinary display window which
reflects sky, buildings, street traffic,
etc, more brilliantly than it dis-
plays merchandise '.he store offers
for sale. The new type of window,
which is patented, is divided into
an upper and a lower light, the
latter extending to a height well
above the head of a very tall per-
son, and each glass ii curved in-
wnid. The curve, which has been
determined after careful stud)' of
Optical laws, diverts the rays of
light from the street, downard or
upward, at an angle at which the
diverted light rays strike a black
plate which absorbs them.
NOVEL REVERSING DEVICE
FOR MOTORBOAT
One of the prise winners in the
recent motorboat races at Toledo,
Ohio, was equipped with a unique
reversing device that appeared to
work satisfactorily and eliminated
entirely the necessity for reversing
gear on the propeller shaft. This
boat carried two aeroplane motors
placed one ahead of the other. At
the stern of the boat was a pecu
liar dish-shaped device hinged to
the transom, with controlling ap-
paratus so that it could be readily
raised and lowered. When this
disk is lowered into the water,
i! comes directly aft of the propel-
ler. The disk causes the water
to react against the propeller in
such a wav that the boat IS propel!
led slowly backward.
"FEMALE PORPOISFS."
MINK!) BATHING AS A
BAR TO MARRIAGE.
"Mixed bathing is giving the
death-blow to marriage," s us .1
Croydon doctor, in a written pro-
test against the extension of such
facilities at public baths.
"I don't believe," he adds, "that
one young man out of fifty wants
to marry the girl he has bathed
with. In times gone by, men were
entranced by the sight of girls ele-


THE TRIBUNE
a
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gantty, dnntily, ami modestly at-
tired, and affection sprang from a
kind of worship of something
.which enchanted.
"Do bare necks, bare arms, and
bare legs, with ugly skull caps,
furnish a bewitching spectacle?
What effect has the ungMceful
'fl'ippin','' of the female porpoise on
the male intellect? The desire to
WE are offering a
Grade Pianos,
REMEMBER!
No home was. or can be comj
plete without "Muelc",
line of I ligh
Player Pi.
DOS, Piano O.gans. and Reed
Organs suitable for every home.
Come! and see our latest catalogue
: and let us send one of these mst i u-
nients diiect from factory to your
harpoon it rather than embrace it I*"./! ^" (]'ys ^l M]^^U
is probably one result." '' */ '' fo.r k,ng.Choose for }our
:.('ur instrument* and terms ..it
the Best in the World.
T IB RISING STAR
Drllet Street
_________________\V. F. \V. ~ Co.
Furniture
FOR XMAS PRESENTS
RECEIVING AT
THE NASSAU BARGAIN
HOUSE
By Stntr. arriving today
NEW READY-MADE AERI \I.
OUTFITS
Portable aerial outfits foi pro j
pelling bicycles, canoes, bo.its and |
ie craft, liare now appeared on r
tie market, to take the place of I
being built in various parts of the |
country. Each outfit oonsists of!
a one-'-ylinder, f4 hp., bigh.spee 1
gasoline engine an aena I [rope lei!
of small diameter attached directly j WICKER FURNITURE
to the engine shaft, and fittings (or. I ) (It KING Chairs, I ables,
mounting the machine on a Im(\ I- I Y Sitting (ouches
or a canoe. The engine weighs only | >ofas, Child's Ur>ckeis, Stiittd*,
It lb, is very compact, and isc >m. Cane Seat,
pletely inclosed so that it cannot Rockers, Dining Chans,
easily get out of order,
Large
and
EXCAVATION' FOR THE
GREAT ARROU'ROCK I'WI
The Arrowrockdam, beim; built
bv the United State* Reel om.ti >n
Service for irrigation storage pur-
poses, is located 20 miles from
Boise, and will be 3,0 ft. high, one
of the highest dams in the world.
From 60 to 80 ft. below the liver
bed lies the granite bedrock upon
winch the foundation of tins huge
wall of reinforced concrete is to be
erected. The width of th" canyon
at the river bed is about 2 0 ft.,
and the thickness of the dam t
the bottom will be about 240 ft.
Wooden Roc crs
1 hning Chairs
A Is..
I'm reaux, Washstands Sec
Knmnl'd. BedsteaHs, \lattresestScc
I \ quantity 1'htn I 'ware,
\ rttes, I oy Tea mil Dinner Sets
Velocipedes, an I lots of other
goods foi X DOS presents.
i\:f. MO )F.
STUDYING K I.BKRCS IN
THE NOR 111 ATLANTIC
After three months study of the
icebergs in the North Atlantic
Steamship lanes, the ice patrol
S nt out last spring by the United
States government h..s brought
back valuable dmtU on l/ie location
nnd morements of fl 1 rliritf ire.
Two revenue cutters, t he "Seneca"
and the "Miami," took turns m nr
mn the ocean between the 441I1
and 50th parallels ol niih |ati>'
tnde and the 40th and 40th meri-
dians of west longitude, until every
H rlierg in the region had bei It lo-
cated and i. 11-r 11111 > vessels lepoited In wireless any
bergS sighted and the ire patrol
sent daily reports to the New Vor
bvdrographic office. Subsequent
checking ol the location of thet
luiowi beig* tin losln-il th- iiaia
on llif iitir unil direction ot
R E A L
Bargains
AGAIN
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
WILLIAM
IDE SIIO! M \N
Has just leceived a
large consignment of
Boots and shoes most
of which are
SAMPLE LOTS
of 1, 2 and 3 pairs of a
brand and style in all sic -8
which are being sold
SURPRISINGLY CHEAP:
In mam instance- the discount is
not le-s than
30 per cent on the
REGULAR PR I K*
Call to day nnd convince your
self that this is another lot of
those Exceptional Birgains
which is every now an I then
offered at
WILLIAM*'
WHOLES \LE \NI) BET-ML
SHOE ESTABLISH MEN I'.
277 279,^^r*tieet,
S. H.' 0. CLUTSAM
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ol'l'll l.
tli*',('oMirii or Khiki.it ano vrcdhiik
Htiif.f.t*.
THE REINDEER
is an inhabitant of the Arctic Region, and it is possibly
the most useful of all the animals which dwell in this
part *)( the world. Unlike the Reindeer,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is to he found in all parts of the civilised world, and its
great utility is vouched for by millions of contented
housewives who would not
be without it. Sunlight
Soap enjoys a well-merited
reputation, it is absolutely
pure,and will not harm the
most delicate fabric. A piece
of Sunlight Soap used in
your next wash will con-
vince you of its excellence.
O
See!
UR Special Line
of PORTRAIT WORK
for Christinas.
SANDS, Photographer
I! ly-street, City,
Calendars
AND GREETING .FOLDERS
with
.VIEWS OF NASSAU
at
RANDS' STUDIO
anil
DIOCESAN liOOK STORE.
J. C. COAKLEY'S
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is bitter than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere.
Try one and be convince of
its excellent quality.
Live
Georgia
Turkeys
"Just here Per Frances E."
from Miami Fla______
Price lsTedTTb
Live weight
Call upPhaft* 136
NOTICE !
Gasoline
QTANDARD Oil Cos Motor
O Spirits sold inquantuj of 5
gallons and upward fur one s idling
|i'i^gallon in Garage.
Bring a \'e-scl for small quanti-
ties.
Drums may he had with "dram
lots," subject to teturn when empty
Reo the Fifth Cars told at
$1 175, lest 10 per cent dis-
count f. o. b. factory.
Reo Car-, alftO lor Mire.
BiC)cles rented f"r 10s. a week.
Auto.noiiiie and bicycle supplies
kept in stock. Cylinder oil and
\tit<> Grease B specialty.
Can even sell you a very conve-
nient storsge drum with jtaueit to
keep gasoline. Come and see
them,
JAppIv i"
J. I'. SIMMS,
47 Market Street.
Nov. 18, 1013.
NOTICE
IirilAT about that
W PANAMA HAT of yours
It waits cleaning, Polishing and
Blocking, and nowhere in this City
an you n<-\ it done but at
THOMAS E. NANBIE,
and at a very moderate prices
Doesn't matter now bad a condition
it may be in it can be made as
Bond as new, or belter. Remember
he is at
549 Day Street
FOR 8ALF
Art ft OPEN MOAT.
Apply,
I had. Johnson,
aiiliifliUftiil]fl|tta

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