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;CH, land Proprietor. Cli.wlotto Sli 9 P Ht.ihaiv.as I*. O. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY Id RATES Monday, Wednesday ami Friday— single copy I ue-dny, au-l lhursclay tingle copy id Satunlav—single copy i|d Weekly 5 tbly 1 OII.TI teily ,-. 6d 1 ... '1-. r< lj is PAYABLE IN ADVAM 1 Advertising Watt-:— >ix |>enci For first insertion; three pence |i line For second insertion; and oiiepenin ] PI line lot -aibsquecit insertions. Advertisements under eight lim 1 Zhc XTvtbunc 1 hursdav. December 23. 1915 ()n Sunday afternoon next, (21 th. instj a Special Chi < Si 1 vice of Song, will be rendered by theChoirandSund i) School scholars in Zion R ptist Church, at 3.30 p m. I he programme, which is an ly new one, is very attractive, and has been carefully pn pared. We rec< mmend all who I ; • %  good music,and a really bright service, to attend. All will be welcome. A silver col1( tion in aid of the funds of the Church will be taken. I 1 Bal a as Police Band will give a Corn erl on the Library tj usual, at 8:15 p. 111. PROGRAMME. 1. Mi atcli 2. Walt/ A lerii 111 Sketch -1 Two Sjep 5. Lancers 6. March 7. Serenada 8 Medlej coming Red, White and Blue Alicia Down South [ohnnie Canoe I' mnie Scotland Light Infantr) Bahama I' ys Anita Santa Clans is to my house 9. Charai teristic March Naughty Niggi rs Christmas 1 omes but 0111 e a year The Star Spangled Ban GOD SAVE THE KING. H.A.Roberts. Acting Bandmaster. BRITISH RED CR088 FUND Baptist Union Churches, George Town Kxuma_£"i 13 o Moors I own Church 1 150 Moors Towa collected 19 avis 3 o, Ebeneazer Chapel Fr< e \'ov> n 1 5 6, Thaddeus Gilbei t 1 o 6, Israel Gilbert Jr. j 0, Altx it Ash -i o, Edmund Lightbourn 2 o, Remilda Lightbourn 1 o, Sophia 1). U.i'ii-.. \ 1 o, Eva Ramsey 2 O, Eliz 1 eth Gordon 1 o, William Seymour 3 o, Jemima Seymour i g, Fredk. King 1 o, Isad King 1 o, Mary Ann Ri se 1 0 Leah I hompsi >n 1 o, J hn Armbiister 1 o, Josi ph \ derley 1 o, Philip 11< pboui n 2 o, Benj Wilsi in 3 0, Joseph A r in b 1 i s 1 e 1 i o, Baplisl Chapel Smith's Bay 2 o, Francisco Wilson 3 o, Margaret Wilson 1 o, K'obei t Seymour i o, Red Cross Meeting The Bight 2 15 2, I ree Town Club No. 1. I .1 rdan Gilbert l o, Nathaniel I >orsett 50, Philip Armbi isti 1 J o, Stephen Gaiti r 60, Ric-I rd 1 ihnson 1 o, I zekiel Know les i o, Gabriel N a i r n 1 o, Samuel Poil ler 1 o, I I10 a? Jones 1 o, Thomas \i mbi _• ... Star of the East Siiciety 10 o, I lenry Armbi ister 2 > Timothy Rolle _• ... Faith Smith l o. J< be/ Buth i 2 O, William I K lam y i 11, Samuel Burrows i i >, Alexandei Sullierl Hid i o, John Stithei land 2 o, .h >!iii I )elanCj i o, Zai i hens Forb s i o, Ida. Gil >n i o, Edmund Johnson 2 o, Adolphus M( Keii/n 1 o Jonathan Gilbei t 1 o, Timo Ihy Sutherland 1 o, Robert Greenwii h 1 o, I 1 in 0 t h y Clarke 2 o, Pi in< 1 M key 1 o, James Gilbert 10, Martha Forbes 1 o, Joseph ||. Forbes 2 o, John Woodside 1 o. Caroline Clarke J O, William Moss 2 6, Chai les I Illusion 2 o, St, I'eters Church I Km >\\ les 18 o, Col lected at Port Howe b> I D I).irsett and W. Wiighi 1 \A 9. Board School Port Howe 5 o, No. 3 Burial Society Port Howe 8 o, St. Mary's Church Old Bight 100, David Pratt 1 o,St. John Baptist Chapel Old Bight 1 4 3,EzekielRolle 2 O, Charity Rolle 1 o. No. 1 Buriel Society (Smith's BayJ 1, 1 o, Arthur Seymour 40, I 1 'ranees Seymour 10, Fran is Armbrister 1 o, Susannah Solomon 1 o, sloops "Valley" and '"Surprise" 4 o, Sch01 mi t "Julia" 3 o, John I )eveanx I o, Baptist Chapel— Knowles 1 8 1, Baptist Friendly SocietyKnowles— too. A lbeit V. Larimore 1 o, John M Kinney 1 ", John jioung 1 o, Sums less than a shilling 1 1 toj. Total i'22 ; j Radiograms I ii cember 23rd, 191 London, 22nd. (1 ivernor, Bahan ()fficial News: -Bi itish h quarters rtp rl hosi ile shebi at Loos and Ypres Enemy made determined effoit to occupy craters opposite Armentii res, but aflei stubborn bombing contest were repulsed, losing heavily, General Munro succeeds Gene ral Haigin com maud of the fust a 1 my. Elseu here in F ranee lln re were successful bombardments The F rench attacked and captured considerable portion enemy works will: 1200 piisoners(ji olli. ers)at I lartroansweilerkopf Unofficial reports say il> it Russian warships with si*t< en transports bombarded Varna The Russians have 1 nptured Kum, the Persian rebel entre, (Signed) BONAR LAW. Id PaSO, Texas: All is quiet along the Mexicau border. An American was killed yesterday by a shot from across the border anil American tmopa have hern ordered to return vigorously any firing from the Mexii nn S'de. It is reported that Villa will come to the United States. Berlin: Emperor William lias postponed his visit to the western front on account of slight illness. It is reported in Cologne thai Bi itish troops have b< rn with drawn from Islands in the Lasttern Meiterrenean l-^ go to Sal on 1 In. London:—After a nightdebarc the house of co0m ongranted a million increase in t lie British army bringing the forces up to four million. Lieutenant Sir Archibald Murray succeeds Sir Cha les Munro in command f the Dardam lies. Munro si cce ds (iener.il Haig in command .f the (irst British army in F'rance. Paris:—'I he French captured 1200 (iei m ns and an important position at Hartmannsweilei kopf. Malta: 'I he sinking of thp Japanese steamer Sadu Maru, and the capture of an Austrian submarine by two Italian torpe do boats in the Eastern Met terranean, is rj New Vorl at nou thej in |J sy, a basjs fl negotiatioi Lansing amicable sc| lro\ e AII 1111 i 11' al was recei ved| ment to day had onferreel at some w it!, the SecMtary. London, sil—The only adai tional details of the withdrawal of the Bi ii ish forces from ialli |)oli Peninsula revealed from British sources today wenthose gained from Premier \squiths speech in the house of commons in which lie stated that the Bri tish losses M cif confined to lliree woundef, a few guns a ban loncd aftir being rendered ns. h -;u\i\ .-in nsignifiranl am mint i 1 stores \ h ull were l< ft hhiiid. Tute.^i^rujiii sr ever give ennfudic which have rtaclit The Constaifinni communicatiolgivt side of the W ildraJ was somewha anil Constant inoplddespj ciliated througltlie M less.



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T London 21 -An Allies d A year, two years, from now patch to liters s.vs a Dr.t.sl, | the long cherished hope may submarine has sunk the German I vanish. The burden of warend steemerifcerns and other craft in the SeaofMarmara.TheLeros uffer ng may become intolera ble and Trance may have to was owned by the Deutsche Le i 1P ,i r „, vante Line of Hamburg. She gope. EtJtatftSbtfuS was 2f, 7 o tons, b.ult ,n 1*05 and in the future, as the declaration I .st reported at Constantinople. I of M Thomas, one ofThe fead Pans, ai:-An/onem France ersoftne French Socialists i. may send a Christmas pared dicates. '•", i" In the face of such a national desire and determination which has lasted for more than forty years, how futile and childish are all the platitudes of Ameri c n pacifists, of men like Bryan Ford, whose minds have weighing up to t vn p mads to a soldier at the front without paying postage on the package A bill granting tins privelege from date until January 6th was nn mimously p issed by the imber tod iy. Letters are al u lys cai ried fi i i (continued from first page) % ba '; vat after forty it is i 18) to see how BI v the annox i /inceshas prov treated in a letter to Mr. Wainwnglif, Mr. Roosevelt said that the boy should understand the terrible nature of his act and contrasted the magnanimity of the British Government in this case "with the deed of black horror" of which the German Government was guilty in executing Miss Cavell, the A'rupp gun for the |)urpc_, them up? Your sufficient. The Kaiser woulda? P. A. B. VVidener motto o' "Vote first and talk afterwards," only changing it thus Shoot the spy first and perhaps apologize later. during the Revolution jo,R •,;.L vT ni • V "i>imlilt; KCVOillUOIl mnHegHnnJor.o,,,, German soldiers were Miss Cavell was not a spy, sold to fight Americans We ;:;:" i 1 1 jfBdfi.. ^nd call thosf merc?narfHe^ escape from (ans, but there is no re. that any American ever went ''.' I i" kill innocent iermart women and children essian soldiers w omi s in the colo nil ., a I'ospital, an action like that never "rasped the smallest cir | aken i fl s Mr. Roosevelt says, cumstance in European history i,v hundreds of women in the nd who can see nothing in war civil war, when it never oo because He but the casualty lists and the curred either lo the Union orlravishins ^"P'tal returns! • the Confederate officials to even consider putting them t, /1..-.11.. .. i :i -T • , al ed. s. Bis ii n '•' PURht • but he foughj his tl M its in turn Will p| v I liis in"'' less with the i esUt thai lie faces H world in aras. Bui the f mil is n it primaril his. The ii.htri lance from Bism irek of (he AN i -e I.on-ine q lestion has handicappej ''im ' every turn and now Inicross his p itlnvay, die greatej "hsl icle to pe For tlii Fwnch I he "Lost Provinces have heroine (he r '^jafrlv and || ie ei^^^' renrlinien AN AMERICAN RELEASED BY o B %  \n American boy, a few ys ago, arrived in AUK I i< a rom England, u here he had brought upon himself the peril of death and had escapHis name is Kenneth riest. Unknown to his parents, he lefi America, and ,VI I the next thing thai they heard noi > aboul him was that he was „••"**, un '" ;n,r ^ >n Gnat Britain He had enlisted in the English 11.i\ v, was ardently pro1 Jei in in. and evidently had soup' idea of getting inform a lion lo Germany. If he had •'i II convii led and there has been no denial of what I "'" wars, he had done he would havel .;""" 0PP sufFered (he death that all! -1"II> II ^t'ons measure ou| to spies .;":: l y : ; Asa result of his father's to death; while Triest had undertaken to betray British Bliy TODAY for I naval s< crets to Gei many, an i Sivtnw*./ offense that any government JlAptnCC ) alliei "to ik i s in the Bal %  certain i' 5 r 11 a i i : 'a menace s ie ai e an I Rus y w iuld gravi alignment '•''giids as justifying the death penalty. While, therefore, the German Government das been murdering Amerii an i itiz "ii the high seas, with irapu nity so i.n as any acl of the American Govi rnment is concern) d, Great Britain, at the request of a private citizen, lias released an American who could justly have been executed. | he contract is one which Ameri ans would do w. II to remember. THE "Laugh and Grow Fat" Magazine By Subterranean Barber At No. 33 Kin f i St. R RAMIFICATIONS OF THE SPY SYSTEM. '1 his I give authorilativelv from the highest source: The lish government has rioPolice Orderly Room, N HI -ist December 1915, NOTICE FKRRIN'G to Government Nol ii e No 126 of this d itesuspendingall Huh s and K' g il itions mad.und the Street Nuisance Prohibition Act 1899 011 Deeembi r 24th and 25th, the Public 1 herein' notified that the firing of crackers will rrnt b tifi< d du 1'onts that Cue <;,.,. ; l kers w'j 1 ,; "' beallowman spies are no-.v employed ''' '" ,l "' v "' mi, y of tl in their big powder plant L 'lurches during Divine "Watch them, but don't f" Ce in V de "" |,,lbl M "1 on the Wharvi -I Ba\ Strei t, test a* i!fss ill-'"" lafrds ie I l-'rjnec cannot ''ilia great po \ %  v lii of th* doubt nOl even I mlfy rnaKihe K| .'•urn in P'-riI. To ivi is nol a qui's [.,,''Ai ioi*. I'l 1. id, MS on 1 lie an ival ''*j it is R question England neace Lorraine. him an I brought appeal through his counsel, J. M is hew VVainwi ight, exPresident Roosevelt wrote a statement .if the 1 ase to the British Ambassador,Si. Cecil diicii'nrStlie^ad^iaedTl'ie H et \? n< %  X""" U, v M English/'forifyouget rid of t,,e M Nort ,,'" consequence of Mr. the five at least sixteen others M Mas q iie 'adcrs will not V,' ,s v ,|, s intercession, Sir wire readv to take their nlac-M ;i,,,, A 1 mside I he Market tdwardGreyandMr.Balfour So there we S ? wv ol Wharves, and the en, carelully went over the case strange triangle Spies of one rymR rw,1 'PSofanydesnip or young I nest, and, on the belligerent ready to wreck "'" ' ; t'.v prohibited. ground that the boy might (American nrope.ty and desBy Order, : Toy American lives, while & %  C CRAWFORD another belligi rent %  00 Commandant of Pi.li 1 miles iivvav has t|is %  > ii decided to give him the 1 So In leilrwas roughl to trial, but Wilmington careful f liisf ithei in ed and watched. pies in lab. II'ded over to I VVh I would happen if an Inane. 'Am erican were i<> go into the Advertise in 1 lie Tribur MVTlLf\T£D



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Nullivis udjlriiis |\irafJ ir\ vctba niuuKI. Hemr bound to sueivr to the !><'iiiii\s of no Mftslcr. VOL. Mil. v Vs.iu. N. P.. Bahnmns. THURSDAY December, 23, 1913. NO. 2"> Alsace-Lorraine and Peace n| p l,r. ; ;i! :111 Ilu %  '•' lit. m III f %  ieror. In taking \ !• land title 1,11 V l 11 v w < %  , ,\j ii I vill : > islie<£a I rtofl I. ii %  %  (i %  • i • passionately de\ I I won it ion I I %  ul mic I; in I ible tn tin %  i %  , i . in i %  I then C i i r i n in its svnipatlij I i in, iii id I ul %  1 11' i w IIIII1, %  1 II I %  nd low • lia whii fi |v Will i el 'I ,-. %  le. S iiisl i full pr r | I I Al tsi'l • ilie f..< t. In [: % %  i i id. nt, line I nevei ', ill ull" | < Jl I'll < I I I flip' to I I.IIM e, n-it be si i ml I i Rut lift! t I ': MMI a unit on tin %  I i Prmi i ;M (1 H pence "ft'' I • r the Frei .. p II rul r j utterly uusatisfai l< MI 1 all tiou tion ol ol liunian li i tli i I !e %  ed by G i 1871 ul I : illest rei to their own wishes, in I and o|i|>i 1 I len iled >11 it• 1 h of a the Ten WhatG many did in A % %  • Loiraine 1 Bel ium, i n N i n the BaI 11 <>( \! I %  < 1 1• %  nly in 191 ^ and nse theii nd fortified, that will be a n al step l< > v n t 1 \ I Lot 1. -1 in. orld ;t 1 1 the 1 %  1 v %  ; %  in. GASOLINE I n 1111 is I '• %  I'. 1' %  in i n n 1 1) r u m s, 0 %  • ( 1 I i t y, 0 i I In (' Case. C. C. SAUNDERS N I'. I h ember i 115. NOTICE T in tl | Williams is bi 1 I of at greatly redi i :is it lose down tin : early In %  the under* '.1 i eivc . as< 1 ( yourChris! 1 III \l>. An ippoi I unity n<1 1 '•' should p ibl offerrefus Nil! IP \. I RECO the CrediJ ;i Look! Fc:\ %  n't tasted 1 d meal 1 n X.'issau. iu ever Roberts I Foreigi: r l'i\ Iiim will try him • • : ("1 m now • lai I. : : < ; %  • Wr\%  .' >dui e JAS. A. EVANS !L i AKF.R %  St. B |.; iS : %  infi 1 in 11 is f 1 111; 11 I • %  %  : week by I S. S. 1 l l Ii : 1 to n pi i si up etsand' npl d ied i • Ti niahl Guar*Mit*M 'I lllis !S* • %  \ AWT/LAI


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Publication Date: Thursday, December 23, 1915
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Hemr bound to sueivr to the !><'iiiii\s of no Mftslcr.
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V- s.iu. N. P.. Bahnmns. THURSDAY December, 23, 1913.
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C. C. SAUNDERS
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NOTICE
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is bi 1 I of at great-
ly redi i :is it
lose down
tin : early
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( yourChris!
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should p
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n X.'issau.
iu ever
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Foreigi: r
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;ch,
land Proprietor.
Cli.wlotto Sli
9P Ht.ihaiv.as
I*. O. BOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
Id
RATES
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday
single copy .........
I ue-dny, au-l lhursclay tingle copy id
Satunlavsingle copy i|d
Weekly ......... 5
tbly ...........1 .
Oii.ti teily........ ,-. 6d
1 ... '1-.
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PAYABLE IN ADVAM 1
Advertising Watt-- :>ix |>enci
For first insertion; three pence |i line
For second insertion; and oiiepenin ] pi
line lot -aibsquecit insertions.
Advertisements under eight lim 1
Zhc XTvtbunc
1 hursdav. December 23. 1915
()n Sunday afternoon next,
(21 th. instj a Special Chi <
Si 1 vice of Song, will be
rendered by theChoirandSun-
d i) School scholars in Zion
R ptist Church, at 3.30 p m.
I he programme, which is an
' ly new one, is very at-
tractive, and has been carefully
pn pared.
We rec< mmend all who
I ; good music,and a really
bright service, to attend. All
will be welcome. A silver col-
1( tion in aid of the funds of
the Church will be taken.
I 1 Bal a as Police Band will
give a Corn erl on the Library
tj usual, at 8:15 p. 111.
PROGRAMME.
1. Mi
atcli
2. Walt/
A lerii 111 Sketch
-1 Two Sjep
5. Lancers
6. March
7. Serenada
8 Medlej
coming
Red, White
and Blue
Alicia
Down
South
[ohnnie
Canoe
I' mnie
Scotland
Light Infantr)
Bahama I' ys
Anita
Santa Clans is
to my house
9. Charai teristic March
Naughty Niggi rs
Christmas 1 omes but 0111 e
a year
The Star Spangled Ban
GOD SAVE THE KING.
H.A.Roberts.
Acting Bandmaster.
BRITISH RED CR088 FUND
Baptist Union Churches,
George Town Kxuma_"i 13 o
Moors I own Church 1 150
Moors Towa collected 19 Total /;4 7 9
THEBiGHT
SAN SALVADOR.
John A. Bo w e 1 OO,
Thoma i Gibson 2 o, John I
Bethel 3 0, Daniel I >avis 3 o,
Ebeneazer Chapel Fr< e \'ov> n
1 5 6, Thaddeus Gilbei t 1 o 6,
Israel Gilbert Jr. j 0, Altx it
Ash -i o, Edmund Lightbourn
2 o, Remilda Lightbourn 1 o,
Sophia 1). U.i'ii-.. \ 1 o, Eva
Ramsey 2 o, Eliz 1 eth Gor-
don 1 o, William Seymour
3 o, Jemima Seymour i g,
Fredk. King 1 o, Isad
King 1 o, Mary Ann Ri se 1 0
Leah I hompsi >n 1 o, J hn
Armbiister 1 o, Josi ph \
derley 1 o, Philip 11< pboui n
2 o, Benj Wilsi in 3 0, Joseph
A r in b 1 i s 1 e 1 i o, Baplisl
Chapel Smith's Bay 2 o,
Francisco Wilson 3 o, Mar-
garet Wilson 1 o, K'obei t
Seymour i o, Red Cross Meet-
ing The Bight 2 15 2, I ree
Town Club No. 1. I .1 rdan
Gilbert l o, Nathaniel I >or-
sett 50, Philip Armbi isti 1 j
o, Stephen Gaiti r 60, Ric-I rd
1 ihnson 1 o, I zekiel Know les
i o, Gabriel N a i r n 1 o,
Samuel Poil ler 1 o, I I10 a?
Jones 1 o, Thomas \i mbi
_ ... Star of the East Siiciety
10 o, I lenry Armbi ister 2 >,
Timothy Rolle _ ... Faith
Smith l o. J< be/ Buth i 2 O,
William I K lam y i 11, Samuel
Burrows i i >, Alexandei Su-
llierl Hid i o, John Stithei land
2 o, .h >!iii I )elanCj i o, Zai
i hens Forb s i o, Ida. Gil >n
i o, Edmund Johnson 2 o,
, Adolphus M( Keii/n 1 o
Jonathan Gilbei t 1 o, Timo
Ihy Sutherland 1 o, Robert
Greenwii h 1 o, I 1 in 0 t h y
Clarke 2 o, Pi in< 1 M key
1 o, James Gilbert 10,
Martha Forbes 1 o, Joseph ||.
Forbes 2 o, John Woodside
1 o. Caroline Clarke j o,
William Moss 2 6, Chai les
I Illusion 2 o, St, I'eters
Church I Km >\\ les 18 o, Col
lected at Port Howe b> I D
I).irsett and W. Wiighi 1 \a
9. Board School Port Howe
5 o, No. 3 Burial Society Port
Howe 8 o, St. Mary's Church
Old Bight 100, David Pratt
1 o,St. John Baptist Chapel
Old Bight 1 4 3,EzekielRolle
2 O, Charity Rolle 1 o. No. 1
Buriel Society (Smith's BayJ
1, 1 o, Arthur Seymour 40,
I1'ranees Seymour 10, Fran is
Armbrister 1 o, Susannah So-
lomon 1 o, sloops "Valley"
and '"Surprise" 4 o, Sch01 mi t
"Julia" 3 o, John I )eveanx I
o, Baptist Chapel Knowles
1 8 1, Baptist Friendly So-
ciety- Knowles too.Albeit
V. Larimore 1 o, John M
Kinney 1 ", John jioung 1 o,
Sums less than a shilling 1 1
toj.
Total i'22 ; j
Radiograms
I ii cember 23rd, 191
London, 22nd.
(1 ivernor,
Bahan
()fficial News: -Bi itish h
quarters rtp rl hosi ile shebi
at Loos and Ypres Enemy made
determined effoit to occupy
craters opposite Armentii res,
but aflei stubborn bombing
contest were repulsed, losing
heavily,
General Munro succeeds Gene
ral Haigin com maud of the fust
a 1 my.
Elseu here in F ranee lln re were
successful bombardments The
F rench attacked and captured
considerable portion enemy
works will: 1200 piisoners(ji
olli. ers)at I lartroansweilerkopf
Unofficial reports say il> it
Russian warships with si*t< en
transports bombarded Varna
The Russians have 1 nptured
Kum, the Persian rebel entre,
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Id PaSO, Texas: All is quiet
along the Mexicau border. An
American was killed yesterday
by a shot from across the border
anil American tmopa have hern
ordered to return vigorously any
firing from the Mexii nn S'de.
It is reported that Villa will
come to the United States.
Berlin: Emperor William
lias postponed his visit to the
western front on account of
slight illness.
It is reported in Cologne thai
Bi itish troops have b< rn with
drawn from Islands in the Last-
tern Meiterrenean l-^ go to Sal
on 1 In.
London:After a nightdebarc
the house of co0m on- granted
a million increase in tlie British
army bringing the forces up to
four million.
Lieutenant Sir Archibald
Murray succeeds Sir Cha les
Munro in command f the
Dardam lies. Munro si cce ds
(iener.il Haig in command .f
the (irst British army in F'rance.
Paris:'I he French captured
1200 (iei m ns and an important
position at Hartmannsweilei
kopf.
Malta: 'I he sinking of thp
Japanese steamer Sadu Maru,
and the capture of an Austrian
submarine by two Italian torpe
do boats in the Eastern Met
terranean, is rj
New Vorl
at
nou
thej
in |J
sy,
a basjs fl
negotiatioi
Lansing
amicable sc|
lro\ e -
Aii 1111 i 11' al
was recei ved|
ment to day
had onferreel at some
w it!, the SecMtary.
London, silThe only adai
tional details of the withdrawal
of the Bi ii ish forces from ialli
|)oli Peninsula revealed from
British sources today wen- those
gained from Premier \squiths
speech in the house of commons
in which lie stated that the Bri
tish losses m cif confined to
lliree woundef, a few guns
a ban loncd aftir being rendered
ns. h -- ;u\i\ .-in nsignifiranl am
mint i 1 stores \hull were l< ft
hhiiid. _
Tute.^i^rujiii sr
ever give ennfudic
which have rtaclit
The Constaifinni
communicatiolgivt
side of the W ildraJ
was somewha anil
Constant inoplddespj
ciliated througltlie M
less.


T
London 21 -An Allies d A year, two years, from now
patch to liters s.vs a Dr.t.sl, | the long cherished hope may
submarine has sunk the German I vanish. The burden of warend
steemerifcerns and other craft
in the SeaofMarmara.TheLeros
*ufferng may become intolera
ble and Trance may have to
was owned by the Deutsche Le i1P, ,ir,
vante Line of Hamburg. She gope. EtJtatftSbtfuS
was 2f,7o tons, b.ult ,n 1*05 and in the future, as the declaration
I .st reported at Constantinople. I of M Thomas, one ofThe fead
Pans, ai:-An/onem France ersoftne French Socialists i.
may send a Christmas pared dicates. '", i"
In the face of such a national
desire and determination which
has lasted for more than forty
years, how futile and childish
are all the platitudes of Ameri
cn pacifists, of men like Bryan
Ford, whose minds have
weighing up to t vn p mads to a
soldier at the front without
paying postage on the package
A bill granting tins privelege
from date until January 6th was
nn mimously p issed by the
imber tod iy. Letters are al
u lys cai ried fi i i
(continued from first page)
% ba '; vat! after forty
it is i 18) to see how
bi......v the annox i
/inceshas prov
treated
in a letter to Mr. Wain-
wnglif, Mr. Roosevelt said
that the boy should under-
stand the terrible nature of
his act and contrasted the
magnanimity of the British
Government in this case
"with the deed of black hor-
ror" of which the German
Government was guilty in
executing Miss Cavell, the
A'rupp gun
for the |)urpc_,
them up? Your
sufficient.
The Kaiser woulda?
P. A. B. VVidener motto o'
"Vote first and talk after-
wards," only changing it thus
Shoot the spy first and per-
haps apologize later.
during the Revolution jo,-
R ,;.L vT ni V "i>im- lilt; KCVOillUOIl
mnHegHnnJor.o,,,, German soldiers were
Miss Cavell was not a spy, sold to fight Americans We
;:;:" i1"1 jfBdfi.. ^nd call thosf merc?narfHe^
escape from (ans, but there is no re.
that any American ever went
''.' I i" kill innocent
' iermart women and children
essian soldiers w
omi s in the colo
nil .
.,a I'ospital, an action like that
never "rasped the smallest cir |akeni fls Mr. Roosevelt says,
cumstance in European history i,v hundreds of women in the .
nd who can see nothing in war civil war, when it never oo because He
but the casualty lists and the curred either lo the Union orlravishins
^"P'tal returns! the Confederate officials to
-------------------.-------,----------- even consider putting them
t, /1..-.11.. .. i :i -t ,
al ed.
s.
Bis ii n '' PURht
but he foughj his tl
M its in turn Will
p| ,v I liis in"'' less
with the i esUt thai lie faces h
world in aras. Bui the f mil is
n it primaril his. The ii.htri
lance from Bism irek of (he
AN i -e I.on-ine q lestion has
handicappej ''im ' every turn
and now In- icross his p itlnvay,
die greatej "hsl icle to pe
For tlii Fwnch I he "Lost
Provinces have heroine (he
r'^jafrlv and ||ie
ei^^^' renrlinien
AN AMERICAN RELEASED BY
o B
\n American boy, a few
ys ago, arrived in Auk i i< a
rom England, u here he had
brought upon himself the
peril of death and had escap-
His name is Kenneth
riest. Unknown to his
parents, he lefi America, and
,VI" I the next thing thai they heard
noi> aboul him was that he was
"**, un '" ;n,r^ >n Gnat Britain
He had enlisted in the Eng-
lish 11.i\ v, was ardently pro-
1 Jei in in. and evidently had
soup' idea of getting inform a
lion lo Germany. If he had
'i ii convii led and there
has been no denial of what I
"'" wars, he had done he would havel
.;""" 0PP sufFered (he death that all!
-1"ii> ii ^t'ons measure ou| to spies
. .;"::ly:; Asa result of his father's
to death; while Triest had
undertaken to betray British Bliy TODAY for I
naval s< crets to Gei many, an i Sivtnw*./
offense that any government JlAptnCC
) alliei
"to ik i
s in the Bal
certain
i' 5 r 11 a i i :
'a menace s ie
ai e an I Rus
y w iuld gravi
alignment
'''giids as justifying the
death penalty.
While, therefore, the Ger-
man Government das been
murdering Amerii an i itiz
"ii the high seas, with irapu
nity so i.n as any acl of the
American Govi rnment is con-
cern) d, Great Britain, at the
request of a private citizen,
lias released an American
who could justly have been
executed. | he contract is
one which Ameri ans would
do w. II to remember.
THE
"Laugh and Grow
Fat" Magazine
By Subterranean Barber
At No. 33 Kinfi St.
R
RAMIFICATIONS OF THE SPY
SYSTEM.
'1 his I give authorilativelv
from the highest source: The
lish government has rio-
Police Orderly Room,
N hi -ist December 1915,
NOTICE
FKRRIN'G to Govern-
ment Nol ii e No 126 of
this d itesuspendingall Huh s
and K' g il itions mad.- und
the Street Nuisance Prohibi-
tion Act 1899 011 Deeembi r
24th and 25th, the Public 1
herein' notified that the firing
of crackers will rrnt b
tifi< d du 1'onts that Cue <;,.,. ; l kers w'j1 ,;"' beallow-
man spies are no-.v employed ''' '" ,l"' v"'mi,y of tl
in their big powder plant L 'lurches during Divine
"Watch them, but don't f"Ce' inVde "" |,,lbl" M"1
on the Wharvi -
-I Ba\ Strei t,
test
a* i!fss ill-'"" lafrds
ie I l-'rjnec cannot
''ilia great po \ v
lii of th* doubt
nOl even I
mlfy rnaKi- he k|
.'urn in P'-riI. To
ivi is nol a qui's
[.,,''Ai ioi*. I'l 1.id,ms on 1 lie an ival
''*j it is r question England
neace Lorraine. him an I brought
appeal through his counsel,
J. M is hew VVainwi ight, ex-
President Roosevelt wrote a
statement .if the 1 ase to the
British Ambassador,Si. Cecil diicii'nrStlie^ad^iaedTl'ie Het\?n<
X""" U,'v M English/'forifyouget rid of t,,eMNort
,,'" consequence of Mr. the five at least sixteen others MMasqiie'adcrs will not
V,' ,s "v!,|,.s intercession, Sir wire readv to take their nlac-M ;i,,,,'A"1 mside I he Market
tdwardGreyandMr.Balfour So there we S ? wv ol..... Wharves, and the en,
carelully went over the case strange triangle Spies of one rymR rw,1'PSofanydesnip
or young I nest, and, on the belligerent ready to wreck "'" '; t'.v prohibited.
ground that the boy might (American nrope.ty and des- By Order,
: Toy American lives, while & C CRAWFORD
another belligi rent . 00 Commandant of Pi.li 1
miles iivvav has t|i- s

> ii
decided to give him the 1
So In
leilr-
was
roughl to trial, but Wilmington careful
f liisf ithei in ed and watched.
pies in
lab. II-
'ded over to I VVh I would happen if an
Inane.
'Am
erican were i<> go into
the
Advertise in
1 lie Tribur
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pilK oiil- psigiiel will si II
at Block \'< i in the City
M< at M.i; k< t from the i-jtii
i a I a I the follow-
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