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T Nulllua ftddicitia |\irnre In vsiba inn., \tmi, Beinn bound loier to ihr Dogm&.| of no .Master VOL. VIII. Naieavi. N. P„Bfth&ins, MONDAY December. 20, 1915, NO. 22 IV I. GILBKKT DUPI I II (il PICK orner Shirley 6. Charlotte St! PHONE p. 0. BOX 103. I PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Moo u. '.'... Pridaj '•• %  • *3I|., '•I i tbly ISi ,'. Qmrlrilv J.IfY, I'AYABLI l\ ADVANCI | \ %  •"rlivniciillo b( ties ir. ". \ (11111r, 11" '.. w ill be made up and I ised on 1' esdav next, I tec. ai, al 3 prn. The S.S. "Morro Castle" rived in New York at 6 1 '• %  yesterday morning — :o: — The "l'i n I-.." arri • from Miami on Saturday aftei IIM MI with I omato < n Ice, and Cattle I < 1 d, and the folli >w ing p ers : dames Eva Swei ting, and Mabi 1 Mun 01 ; Miss Maddie Malcolm; Messrs John Pratt, Chad N al y, 1>.I\ id Know les, Si mle) PatIon, Shadrach Strachan, VValt< r Grant, John Hamia, .! 11 .i!> Robi 1 is, Thomas Armbrister, Moses Williams, Simeon Tynes, Henry Wilson, R ginald Johnson, J im< Jones, M.iii ew Brown, Millard Martin, Philip Hanna, .1 15. Sisco, Asa Smith, Nehemiah Hepburn, Jeremiah Hull' r. Radiograms I >( 1 emb( 1 rgth, rg I ondon:18th. (i ivernor, Bahamas. (>ffi ial N 1 neral headrd larti 1re| 1 1 : ibing attack neai Lo %  easily repul %  d, 1 Isewhi re 1/ Fran e Bi I jium Ai tois anp Champagne li have \.y'w heavj • mbaidlvn-'..i Fepi 'I is em m; ol f< nsive 1 hecki d neai Lake I >rioviaty north of 1 )ubns and on Strj pa, (Sigm .11 BONAR LAW. Washington:—The Official text of Austria's reply to the Amei ican note regarding the Am ona was publish) d toil, iy. Austria denies that the views presented by th< UnitStates, even if con • rani plai ing the blami "ii the Commander of the submai ine. She sympathizes \\ ith the i< tun-, but says that the United States failed to name w itm nd r qu I V\. si ingt 'ii to formulate le York; -Paul Koenig, 1 of tinBureau of Im ition of the Hamburg Am1 %  • an Line, Richard L< y< ni arrested, chai :' 1 a 1 onspiracy to blow up W( Hand Canal, have l 1 11 given fifty thousand an.1 thirty thousand dollars bail. Fn derii k Shleindl, a ch rk in the National City I' has bei n ai resti d 1 m the cha • ling from thi bank vaults one hundred thousand dollars worth of papi owing the and sailing dales of war munitions ships. Allowed twenty five thousand dollars bail. I. ondon:-Major General Von Stocktausi h of the 11 man arm) lias been killed in 'on to an A lam repoi 1. One hundred thousand srarians, n ting on I Serbo-Greek frontier i I is lii v< (1 will < oopi rate with I Austro (ii rmans to attack miki whirl; the Entente Allies are foi 1 ifyinj gal points. The Pn sidi n! has begun win k mi the second noti w hull siaii authoritatively that frii ndly relations di p< ml entirely upon Aus tria's reply lo Ih seond note. Washington, 4th: The ; ; ; of Mrs. Edith B Gait and President Wilson %  %  %  MIS hall past eight tonight. The ceremony is to take plan at the Hi ide's home. Tin n will be about thirty gui sts. Vienna: The Teutons have aptun d in the last four days three thousand five hundred prisom rs in Ni irthtei n Monti m gn. Petrograd n ports Ru have repulsed German in fantry at tacks. The Allii s fon 1 s at Solon iki are receiving reinfoi 1 mi nts and supplu s bul the ( Jei man arm) is reported verj active on the frontier. 'I he l'i. itish repulsi d an at tack near I OOS and i. poi 1 ar tillery acjive neai Ypres I he I ii in h wrssil h Djurjura on the \\a\ I seilli 1 il Milan -ts ,:|i| %  to the Fn m h Socialists to help to end the war. ,*o:— I )ecember th 1915. Constantii pie: Ai French sq adn n and AI I batteries esterdaj barded Turkish positi* 1 s Al 1 Bui tin and Alji.Gallipi nsula. They were: full) repulsed by Tun,'. till. iy. In Mesopotamia* Turki in ops are destroying sive works in Ftonl l'i itish main positions near Kutel Amaia. Paris: -Fren h artilli 1 night bombarded with 1 lent results a German posit ion southeast 1 if St. M in Apremoi I il ent. A French ai rial sq dropped foi ty bi u %  on Buildings at Sabloni just w 1 % %  of the loi tress of M Berlin: The French avia tors attack against the I i man fo;tress 1 : Mt 1/ resulted only in propi rty dan;. It is announced thai %  n woi k as mtor 111 a a streetcars next week. Christiana.*' The I 01 peace party arrived Saturday. I,imdon:—The Norwegian %  i Nico has be. 1, unk. Williams' Shoes Are Bette I AI MTIL A TBD


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Publication Date: Monday, December 20, 1915
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T
Nulllua ftddicitia |\irnre In vsiba inn., \tmi,
Beinn bound loier to ihr Dogm&.| of no .Master
VOL. VIII.
Naieavi. N. PBfth&ins, MONDAY December. 20, 1915,
NO. 22
IV
I. GILBKKT DUPI I II
(il PICK
orner Shirley 6. Charlotte St!
PHONE p. 0. BOX 103.
! I
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Moo u. '.'... Pridaj
''
*3I|.,
'I i tbly ISi ,'.
Qmrlrilv
J.IfY,
I'AYABLI l\ ADVANCI
|
\ ' "rlivniciil-
lo b( ties
ir. ". \ (11111r, 11"
'.. w ill be made
up and I ised on 1' esdav
next, I tec. ai, al 3 prn.
The S.S. "Morro Castle"
rived in New York at 6
" 1 ' yesterday morning
:o:
The "l'i n I-.." arri
from Miami on Saturday
aftei iim mi with I omato < n
Ice, and Cattle I < 1 d, and the
folli >w ing p ers :
dames Eva Swei ting,
and Mabi 1 Mun 01 ; Miss
Maddie Malcolm; Messrs
John Pratt, Chad N al y,
1>.i\ id Know les, Si mle) Pat-
Ion, Shadrach Strachan,
VValt< r Grant, John Hamia,
.! 11 .i!> Robi 1 is, Thomas Arm-
brister, Moses Williams, Sim-
eon Tynes, Henry Wilson,
R ginald Johnson, J im< -
Jones, M.iii ew Brown, Mil-
lard Martin, Philip Hanna, .1
15. Sisco, Asa Smith, Nehemi-
ah Hepburn, Jeremiah Hull' r.
Radiograms
I >( 1 emb( 1 rgth, rg .
I ondon:- 18th.
(i ivernor,
Bahamas.
(>ffi ial N 1
neral headrd larti 1- re|
1 1 : ibing attack
neai Lo easily repul d,
1 Isewhi re 1/ Fran e Bi I jium
Ai tois anp Champagne li
have \.y'w heavj mbaid-
lvn-'..i Fepi 'I is em m; ol
f< nsive 1 hecki d neai Lake
I >rioviaty north of 1 )ubns and
on Strj pa,
(Sigm .11
BONAR LAW.
Washington:The Official
text of Austria's reply to the
Amei ican note regarding the
Am ona was publish) d to-
il, iy.
Austria denies that the
views presented by th< Unit-
States, even if con
' rani plai ing the blami
"ii the Commander of the
submai ine.
She sympathizes \\ ith the
i< tun-, but says that the
United States failed to
name w itm nd r qu I
V\. si ingt 'ii to formulate le
York; -Paul Koenig,
1 of tin- Bureau of Im
ition of the Hamburg Am-
1 an Line, Richard L< y< n-
i arrested,
chai :' 1 a 1 onspiracy to
blow up W( Hand Canal, have
l 1 11 given fifty thousand an.1
thirty thousand dollars bail.
Fn derii k Shleindl, a ch rk
in the National City I'
has bei n ai resti d 1 m the
cha ling from thi
bank vaults one hundred
thousand dollars worth of
papi owing the
and sailing dales of war
munitions ships. Allowed
twenty five thousand dollars
bail. '
I.ondon:-- Major General
Von Stocktausi h of the 11
man arm) lias been killed in
'on to an A lam re-
poi 1.
One hundred thousand
srarians, n ting on I
Serbo-Greek frontier i I is
lii v< (1 will < oopi rate with I
Austro (ii rmans to attack
miki whirl; the Entente
Allies are foi 1 ifyinj
gal points. The Pn sidi n!
has begun win k mi the second
noti w hull siaii authorita-
tively that frii ndly relations
di p< ml entirely upon Aus
tria's reply lo Ih se- ond
note.
Washington, 4th: The
; ;;- of Mrs. Edith B
Gait and President Wilson
'' mis hall past eight tonight.
The ceremony is to take plan
at the Hi ide's home. Tin n
will be about thirty gui sts.
Vienna: The Teutons
have aptun d in the last four
days three thousand five
hundred prisom rs in Ni irth-
tei n Monti m gn.
Petrograd n ports Ru
have repulsed German in
fantry at tacks.
The Allii s fon 1 s at Solon
iki are receiving reinfoi 1
mi nts and supplu s bul the
( Jei man arm) is reported verj
active on the frontier.
'I he l'i. itish repulsi d an at
tack near I OOS and i. poi 1 ar
tillery acjive neai Ypres I he
I ii in h wr supply wagon m ai Chauli ns.
Fr< in h toi | edo boats
i! and i aptured enemj sea
plane off the i oast of 3 Ul ki ).
Chi istian i:- Hote s
to rest rve rooms for ih. Fi ird
l'i a< iiarty.
A British Royal Pi i '.. ma
lion callsoul groups, 2ft,4,
the I lerby Re< ruiting |en
for men t) to to to begin Jan
2nd. x
Athens reports the wrecking
I Fn nch linei pi>ssil h
Djurjura on the \\a\ I
seilli
1 il Milan -ts ,:|i|
to the Fn m h Socialists to
help to end the war.
,*o:
I )ecember th 1915.
Constantii pie: Ai
French sq adn n and AI
I batteries esterdaj
barded Turkish positi* 1 s
Al 1 Bui tin and Alji.Gallipi
! nsula. They were:
full) repulsed by Tun,'.
till. iy.
In Mesopotamia* Turki
in ops are destroying
sive works in Ftonl
l'i itish main positions near
Kutel Amaia.
Paris: -Fren h artilli 1
night bombarded with 1
lent results a German posi-
t ion southeast 1 if St. M
in Apremoi I il ent.
A French ai rial sq
dropped foi ty bi u on
Buildings at Sabloni just
w 1 of the loi tress of M
Berlin: The French avia
tors attack against the I i
man fo;tress 1 : Mt 1/ resulted
only in propi rty dan;.
It is announced thai
n woi k as mtor 111 a
a streetcars next week.
Christiana.*' The I 01
peace party arrived Saturday.
I,imdon:The Norwegian
i Nico has be. 1, unk.
Williams' Shoes Are Bette

I AI MTIL A TBD


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