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\> u iile aftei -i! 1 cessful uiiiini j i iperal ion and cap tared 7 1 %  "i<*in !•, %  %  u. I'.. II) \ '. ( %  %  %  1 1 %  • 10I of i nip 1 : t. Loud 11; in.it HI sunk, ci evv lafi .\ 1 )utcli ste imei w is sunk, thn e ol crew how ned and ton 1 wounded. 1 !: Several* han id Moslems \s 1 dand in rre tii n i tlinusaird ra"p tured b a uts de th. ; tl IWII 0 .llll. ill i!, ' %  suspended i in the i n M i ,\ and Pel ti 1 permit of ill 1 -' Fi"< m in -Hi 0 i on 1 tins I in Q 1: \dvi es from Saloniki repofi ih il owing to difficulties en unle I b\ German foroes that I nplal 1 attack on the \ i positions has app ; I ly h en delayi d foi s ime 1 ime. Washington; Nat i< mal S : ely League resolutions in 'I 11 -• I Secret try Garris ms rts to enlarge milil 1 forces. It is si i that there be even a gi ate mobile ai my and thai adi qu de n i tional defense depends u liversial obi i gat i >n I' 11 training ind service". I • Int ion also urges a greal er naval strength th in 1 Mil 'd by the nav\ dep 11 traeni. El Pas>, Tex is: I wo Mexican cattle thievi s con fessed to the killing of H Ak 1 s, American r in hm in, at San Lor< 1120 Roth the Mexican will lv exe uti I diiij? to nnn I'unceincni ih Vfexic ui C 'iis'i 1 last nigh'I :o: in mi 1 y 24'ih to I I Berlin: %  ( i rman troops have lien engaged only in minor opera ti the fronl in l\ 1 ia according I announ 'ement by army head quai ters, the stntemi nt also reports the repufse of a Rus sian detachment bel W ^ n Pinsk and Czartoi ysk, I. indon: A Rome despatch states thai the provisional pi 1 sident of Albania has nr 1 ived ai Scutari with \lkmi an forces to |y.ji Ihr.^hmten I' •* 11.' • 11 '. 11 %  1 1 11 point. 1 1 11: \ 11 %  I; 1 %  1.11 1 d tonight "ii the K uns says tli thi icivupation 1!' Jauntl on Jauuai y 1st the Km \ hj,ch .\'. • I' %  I 111 an. i-ihU-a'. M ofl ili %  11 <• 111 >'. 1. i rea.1 hed l\i laiaka (Mi I III V vi 1. On Janiinn i I fd a number of ilti 3, 1I 1 h i>1 %  %  a Gei m 11 rder whrr* two I Fu nil columns ad: : : I'l mi isl and in 1 il the Germans into Spanish te'i ri!' 'i y. nna: Ihe govei nment in >i med the I nil Si \ idor thai ii" \ tro-H u ngarian subur 1 ine ncerned in the sinl stea mi 1 I*i :sia. Lon I' in: I hp In mse < il %  daj ;> %  sed with :i discussi 'M he supi a \ estimates autho rising ,11* addition of so.i i to the I"!-' mnel ol tli n ivy. Litndon: Tin .! an Min isler of Finance p posts to into a bill | g a sui lax equi nlenl ti i five Mil, lint of Clist aas duly i HI go< '.Iin host ile bi I %  inlly ( i erinnn, lh a vi v to | i entry into Rus NOTICIS ', lay next, nisi a Sei vice oT Song be n ndi n <\ by the choii Crfai it\ Tabernai le, I' ree town !''i >rs 0| commet i I p. i \<\ niss son: Adult chil'dren ; I Ri freshments will be 'Id, Lost O N Thursday afti rn belwi in Ge rge Si and th i "Mi 11 Reasonable I !eward ori deliveiv at runuxioi FICK THE ABNORMAL DKVKLOPM£I$T of the GIRAFFE is remarkable, trot the abnormal development of the demand for SUNLIGHT SOAP is still more remarkable. It is not known how many pei pie have ever seen a Giraffe, but it is known that there are millions and millions of careful housewives all over the world using Sunlight Soap i\ These housewives no longer dread the advert! of wash day, for, with SONI I :. i SOAP as their all; they I ot a qu i p&tch .. i ; i and unckanliness SUN] IGHI .!• saves your cloth IT N E X I IN i'OUR \V A S II. FT 'Jfiimz W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D E SI \< KS i'i inform liis f. ientjs id the Public that I < %  h is i*—i II 1 1 o pd .1 complete oulfil 1 I tficiliiie I 1 u 'ii in 1 anil l\ I PR III 111 in a [iitif rqts W il Ii M -| • I 1 I (i( I v 1*1 fi r 1 tin I I if t pi; 1 >w I v\ 1 1 1 .. For Rent A ^ 1 .\ n ectiage wiih hath alta< hi d, neai Pri Si II .'Mid I'I II I III; Apt |i Jl )I 1INC1, 11,11 St. For Sole An English Licyole AND Horse ant" Bug-g-y Both in 1 ii and of ihe l)PSl pnrtii ul Applj at KM! UXE' ; NOTICE. ] "" 111^ i in infi inn rm !' 1 trom Pill ill (il ripp| • f'ybli I ... j „ ; 1(11 W I'. A. III'YI ( IR Here's An Oppor= tunitv t ^ at y u cannot •^ afford to lose. 11' Y HI want to Economize If you want a First Class Light If you want to !)'• n 1 og zed. Use the I3est Light thai nionej 1 .m buy. The and tin' Ch I /IF. BEACON KFROVIliE MAMTLE LAMP3 AND BUHNERS 11. %  tandbi \ ( the 1 •• %  •. i> 0 1 MlkM |. n il.-iii.iii.-il. 1 rodui ea a pow erfol. 1 11 ml nrhlta 'U 11 1 mi .'.u.illr%  N war. Bui 1.11 1 lilOII I 11.il -Oil, i OMlK mily OIKi--ul fur ala hour*. lair th.-in KI. \ oripnrl\i.. in our-lrnih Ike t'llsl, 1111 r.l v of brass. For mi In homes, sinroi. halls .nil 1 in h • %  :•.'.! i"l"r. no 11 Ii .•; snfo, rlinple I n.l a 1 I .1 n. 'I h i" Is on] f one lii'inon. Inilst o n •i.ivlnif It. Home Supply Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. For Sale By THO C EN* BBIE 14 Chnsiic St., Nassau, N. P. H ted Writ* • in kn w all a I *FI n tlerful La Advertise in !' %  A Tribune.



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Nulllua nddiritis |urrc in vciba me^iatrl Being bound to sweivr to the Dogma.* of no Master. VOL. XIII. Naouu. N.P.. llnhiMnni, MONDAY. January 24. 1916. No. 52 a. I, RIEBKRT DUPUCH. Editor iii.l I'roprietor OKKICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sl Vassaii, .V /', liakamat I'lloNK HO, l'. o. BOS MM PUBLISHED DAILY RATES MOII. lay, WcMnevijy ami Finl.iy— iius'.e eopy J'l Tuesday, an-I Tliur'iil.iv single cni.y til Saturday — single copy I J<' Weekly Ji Monthly I*. 1 Quarterly 4*. '"I HalfYeaily Yearly 1 8, I'AYAKLK IN ADVANCK Advertttjiig Ratei -."MI i-ence |>crtiiic fin tiist inatrtion: tbrea pence iwr line fin ITIHII inaartiim : RIM ontjiemtj \n r line tin >uliM|iifi.t iitMtUiHW. >ilveiti-*nieiit> nuclei eiulit lines 4s. The Memorial Ssrvice to *Dr. Booker T. Washington and Rev. James W. Roberts at Zion Baptist Church yesterday did credit to the Bahamas Progressive League by whom it was htlcl. I 'he several numbers of the exercises were fitting and appropriate as follows: — Organ Voluntary by Mr. George L. Davis The Rev. C. A. Dann, I'as loi of the Church in a felicitous manner introduced Mr. L, F Neely as Chairman. Hymns "When our heads are bowed with woe" "Peace perfect peace" and "God be with you till we meet again" and a Selection were rendered by the Choir, accompanied bv the Organ, manipulated by Mr Walter F. Weir. supplemented bv the Violin Mr. Weir, the Flute Mr. Ceo. I.. Davis, the Cornet Mr. So b e r t s and the Clarionet Mr. Fletcher .Anderson, in a most acceptable manner. The Opening Prayer, Clos ing remarks and Benediction were offered by the Rev. C.A. Dann. The Scripture Reading was by Mr C. J Gibson Mr. H. K. S. Reeves deliver ed the Eulogy in a manner that was highly creditable to himself and interesting to his hearers, he also read an excel lent paper by Mr. Charles H. Weir, a graduate of Tuske gee. 1 he address of L. W. Young Kscj. M. 1.. A was most earn est thoughtful and interesting commanding the atten tion of the congregation. Mr. S. II Tinker also gave an interesting address. The instrumentalists rend •11 (1 a dirge during the col lection, and a recessional in a very finished manner. I he congregation was not as large as might have been expected We regret the necessarily briefness of our report. —:o: The Ame K an St'am yacht "Alvina" arrived yes terdav morning from Charles ton S. C with the following party who we have been in formed are coiine, ted with the Royal Bank of Canada and aie visiting all its bran< lies in the West Indies. Sir Herbert Holt ; Messers E. L. Pease, C. S. WLlcOX, W. H. Thome, I). K. Elliott, R. Gill and M. B Davis. The Yacht left last night. :o.— The Mail steamer "Mexico" arrived off the port yesterday morning and after transfer ring 143 passengers for Nassau to (heTender. "Colon i a" proceeded to Havana with 56 passengers for that city. Passenger list will be pub lished tomorrow. The Mail Steamer "Monterey" arrived in New York at g o'clock Sunday morning. — :o: — Don't forget that Service of Song to-morrow (Tuesday) night at Freetown. For fuller particulars see annoucement in advertising columns. Radiograms January 22nd 1916. Peking: —Rebels province Yunnan have defeated body Government troops and are moving northward. Revolutionists not molesting foreigners. Berlin:— G erman newspapers are discussing the possibility of a separate peace between Belgium and Germany. Seattle:—Great Northern passenger train struck by an avalanche near Cora Station on the Western slopes of the Cascade Mountains. Probable loss off life, fifteen. Three cars were hurled down the mountain side Ysleta Texas:—Bert Ak< rs, American ranchman was kil led by five Mexican rustlers, leaves a widow and three small children. Douglas Douses cowboy companion of Akers escaped Americans unarmed. Texas ranchers seeking rustlers Reported two rustlers invotved captured by Mexican soldiers. Saodiego Calif. Submarine H. 3 aground mud Flat yes terdav floated to-day by mother ship Chegenne. Submarine undamaged. Yuma Ariz:—Flooded Colo1 rado river caused panic here. 1 Mayor Moore died heart failure It is feared Yuma will really be inundated. Chicago:—Bandit crowded thoroughfare yesterday robbed Cooks Tourist Agency nine hundred dollars, shot dead a traffic policeman, wounded a clerk and escaped with a woman accomplice. New York:—Steamer Brazos collided unidentified i steamer off Barnegat late today Brazos returning to New 'York. Damage believed n serious. January 23rd 1916 London 22nd Governor Bahamas. Official news:—Headquarter in France reports only mining I firtillery activity. Russia, German attack re : pulsed near Clmrtorysk. Caucasus, Turks retreatm hurriedly all directions to Erz rum forts, ovtr fifteen hundred prisoners captured. German governor and Com mandant Camen>onsfled Spanish territory. Several allied prisoners recaptured. Montenegro's King's proclamation says hetterdic than accept Austrian offer of Fence. (Signed) BON AN LAW. — :o:-24th January, 1916. London: —Hostile aeroplanes over the Fast Coast Kent at one o'clock this morning dropped nine bombs then flew seaward. One man was killed, three children two men and one woman injured slightly. Some damage was caused to property by fires. Berlin:The Germans cap tared French positions 250 yards long North of An


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Nulllua nddiritis |urrc in vciba me^iatrl
Being bound to sweivr to the Dogma.* of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Naouu. N.P.. llnhiMnni, MONDAY. January 24. 1916.
No. 52
a.
I, RIEBKRT DUPUCH.
Editor iii.l I'roprietor
OKKICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sl
Vassaii, .V /', liakamat
I'lloNK HO, l'. o. BOS MM
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Moii.lay, WcMnevijy ami Finl.iy
iius'.e eopy ......... J'l
Tuesday, an-I Tliur'iil.iv single cni.y til
Saturday single copy I J<'
Weekly ........... Ji
Monthly ..... I*. ,"1
Quarterly........ 4*. '"I
HalfYeaily.........
Yearly ............18,
I'AYAKLK IN ADVANCK
Advertttjiig Ratei -."mi i-ence |>crtiiic
fin tiist inatrtion: tbrea pence iwr line
fin itihiI inaartiim : rim ontjiemtj \n r
line tin >uliM|iifi.t iitMtUiHW.
>ilveiti-*nieiit> nuclei eiulit lines 4s.
The Memorial Ssrvice to
*Dr. Booker T. Washington
and Rev. James W. Roberts
at Zion Baptist Church
yesterday did credit to the
Bahamas Progressive League
by whom it was htlcl.
I 'he several numbers of the
exercises were fitting and ap-
propriate as follows:
Organ Voluntary by Mr.
George L. Davis
The Rev. C. A. Dann, I'as
loi of the Church in a felici-
tous manner introduced Mr.
L, F Neely as Chairman.
Hymns "When our heads
are bowed with woe" "Peace
perfect peace" and "God be
with you till we meet again"
and a Selection were render-
ed by the Choir, accompa-
nied bv the Organ, manipu-
lated by Mr Walter F. Weir.
supplemented bv the Violin
Mr. Weir, the Flute Mr. Ceo.
I.. Davis, the Cornet Mr. So
b e r t s and the Clarionet
Mr. Fletcher .Anderson, in a
most acceptable manner.
The Opening Prayer, Clos
ing remarks and Benediction
were offered by the Rev. C.A.
Dann.
The Scripture Reading was
by Mr C. J Gibson
Mr. H. K. S. Reeves deliver
ed the Eulogy in a manner
that was highly creditable to
himself and interesting to his
hearers, he also read an excel
lent paper by Mr. Charles H.
Weir, a graduate of Tuske
gee.
1 he address of L. W. Young
Kscj. M. 1.. A was most earn
est thoughtful and interest-
ing commanding the atten
tion of the congregation.
Mr. S. II Tinker also gave
an interesting address.
The instrumentalists rend
11 (1 a dirge during the col
lection, and a recessional in a
very finished manner. *
I he congregation was not
as large as might have been
expected
We regret the necessarily
briefness of our report.
:o: -
The Ame k an St'am
yacht "Alvina" arrived yes
terdav morning from Charles
ton S. C with the following
party who we have been in
formed are coiine, ted with
the Royal Bank of Canada
and aie visiting all its
bran< lies in the West Indies.
Sir Herbert Holt ; Messers
E. L. Pease, C. S. WLlcOX,
W. H. Thome, I). K. Elliott,
R. Gill and M. B Davis.
The Yacht left last night.
:o.
The Mail steamer "Mexico"
arrived off the port yesterday
morning and after transfer
ring 143 passengers for Nas-
sau to (heTender. "Colonia"
proceeded to Havana with 56
passengers for that city.
Passenger list will be pub
lished tomorrow.
The Mail Steamer "Mon-
terey" arrived in New York
at g o'clock Sunday morning.
:o:
Don't forget that Service
of Song to-morrow (Tuesday)
night at Freetown. For fuller
particulars see annoucement
in advertising columns.
Radiograms
January 22nd 1916.
Peking: Rebels province
Yunnan have defeated body
Government troops and are
moving northward. Revolu-
tionists not molesting for-
eigners.
Berlin:German news-
papers are discussing the
possibility of a separate peace
between Belgium and Ger-
many.
Seattle:Great Northern
passenger train struck by an
avalanche near Cora Station
on the Western slopes of the
Cascade Mountains. Probable
loss off life, fifteen. Three cars
were hurled down the moun-
tain side
Ysleta Texas:Bert Ak< rs,
American ranchman was kil
led by five Mexican rustlers,
leaves a widow and three
small children. Douglas Dou-
ses cowboy companion of
Akers escaped Americans
unarmed. Texas ranchers
seeking rustlers Reported
two rustlers invotved captur-
ed by Mexican soldiers.
Saodiego Calif. Submarine
H. 3 aground mud Flat yes
terdav floated to-day by mo-
ther ship Chegenne. Subma-
rine undamaged.
Yuma Ariz:Flooded Colo-
1 rado river caused panic here.
1 Mayor Moore died heart fail-
ure It is feared Yuma will
really be inundated.
Chicago:Bandit crowded
thoroughfare yesterday rob-
bed Cooks Tourist Agency
nine hundred dollars, shot
dead a traffic policeman,
wounded a clerk and escaped
with a woman accomplice.
New York:Steamer Bra-
zos collided unidentified
i steamer off Barnegat late to-
day Brazos returning to New
'York. Damage believed n
serious.
January 23rd 1916
London 22nd
Governor
Bahamas.
Official news:Headquarter
in France reports only mining
I firtillery activity.
Russia, German attack re
: pulsed near Clmrtorysk.
Caucasus, Turks retreatm
hurriedly all directions to Erz
rum forts, ovtr fifteen hundred
! prisoners captured.
German governor and Com
mandant Camen>onsfled Span-
ish territory. Several allied pri-
soners recaptured.
Montenegro's King's proclam-
ation says hetterdic than accept
Austrian offer of Fence.
(Signed)
BON AN LAW.
:o:--
24th January, 1916.
London: Hostile aero-
planes over the Fast Coast
Kent at one o'clock this
morning dropped nine bombs
then flew seaward. One man
was killed, three children two
men and one woman injured
slightly. Some damage was
caused to property by fires.
Berlin:- The Germans cap
tared French positions 250
yards long North of An



\> u iile aftei -i!1 cessful
uiiiini j i iperal ion and cap
tared 7 1 "i<*in !,! u.
I'.. II) \ '. (
1 1 10I
of i nip 1 : t.
Loud
11; in.it hi sunk, ci evv lafi
.\ 1 )utcli ste imei w is sunk,
thn e ol crew how ned and
ton 1 wounded.
1 !: Several* han
id Moslems \s 1 dand
in rre tii n i tlinusaird ra"p
tured b a uts de th.;
tl IWII 0 .llll.
illi!, '
suspended i in the i
n M i ,\ and Pel
ti 1 permit of ill1-' Fi"< m
in -Hi 0 i on 1 tins
I in q 1: \dvi es from
Saloniki repofi ih il owing
to difficulties en unle I b\
German foroes that I
nplal 1 attack on the
\ i positions has app ; I
ly h en delayi d foi s ime 1 ime.
Washington; Nat i< mal
S : ely League resolutions in
'I 11 - I Secret try Garris ms
rts to enlarge milil 1
forces. It is si i that
there be even a gi ate mobile
ai my and thai adi qu de n i
tional defense depends u
liversial obi i gat i >n I' 11
training ind service". I
Int ion also urges a greal
er naval strength th in 1
Mil 'd by the nav\ dep 11 traeni.
El Pas>, Tex is: I wo
Mexican cattle thievi s con
fessed to the killing of H
Ak 1 s, American r in hm in,
at San Lor< 1120 Roth the
Mexican will lv exe uti I
diiij? to nnn I'unceincni
ih Vfexic ui C 'iis'i 1 last
nigh'I
:o:
in mi 1 y 24'ih to i i
Berlin: (i rman troops
have li- en engaged only in
minor opera ti the
fronl in l\ 1 ia according I
announ 'ement by army head
quai ters, the stntemi nt also
reports the repufse of a Rus
sian detachment bel w ^ n
Pinsk and Czartoi ysk,
I. indon: A Rome despatch
states thai the provisional
pi 1 sident of Albania has nr
1 ived ai Scutari with \lkmi
an forces to |y.ji Ihr.^hmten
I' * 11.' 11 '. 11 1 1 11
point.
1 1 11: \ 11 I; 1 1.11 -
1 d tonight "ii the
K uns
says tli thi icivupation
1!' Jauntl on Jauuai y 1st the
Km \ hj,ch .\'.
I' ! I 111 an. i-ihU-a'.
M ofl ili 11< 111 >'. 1. i rea.1
hed l\i laiaka (Mi I III
V vi 1. On Janiinn
i I fd a number of
ilti
3, 1-
I 1 h i>- 1 a Gei m 11
rder whrr* two
I Fu nil columns ad-
: :.....: I'l mi isl and
! in
1 il
the Germans into Spanish
te'i ri!' 'i y.
nna: Ihe govei nment
in >i med the I nil
Si \ idor thai ii"
\ tro-Hungarian subur 1 ine
ncerned in the sinl
stea mi 1 I*i :sia.
Lon I' in: I hp In mse < il
daj ;> sed with
:i discussi 'M he supi
a \ estimates autho
rising ,11* addition of so.i
i to the I"!-' mnel ol tli
n ivy.
Litndon: Tin .! an Min
isler of Finance p posts to
into a bill | g a
sui lax equi nlenl ti i five
Mil, lint of Clist aas
duly i hi go< '.I- in host ile bi I
inlly (ierinnn,
lh a vi v to |
i entry into Rus
NOTICIS
', lay next,
nisi a Sei vice oT Song '
be n ndi n <\ by the choii
Crfai it\ Tabernai le, I' ree
town !''i >rs 0|
commet i I p. i
\<\ niss son: Adult
chil'dren ; I Ri freshments
will be 'Id,
Lost
ON Thursday afti rn
belwi in Ge rge Si
and th i
"Mi 11
Reasonable I !eward ori
deliveiv at
' runuxi- oi fick
THE ABNORMAL DKVKLOPMI$T
of the Giraffe is remarkable, trot the abnormal
development of the demand for Sunlight Soap is
still more remarkable. It is not known how many
pei pie have ever seen a Giraffe, but it is known
that there are millions and millions of careful
housewives all over the world using
Sunlight Soap i\
These housewives no longer dread
the advert! of wash day, for, with
Soni i :. i Soap as their all; they
I ot a qu i p&tch .. i
; i and unckanliness Sun] ighi
.! saves your cloth
IT
N E X I
IN i'OUR
\V A S II.
FT
'Jfiimz
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DE SI \ id the Public that I < h is
i*i ii 11 o pd .1 complete oulfil 1 I
tficiliiie I 1 u 'ii in 1
anil l\ I PR III 111 in a
[iitif rqts
W il Ii
M -| I 1
I (i( I
' v 1*1 fi r 1 tin I
I if t pi; 1 >w I
v\ 1 11..
For Rent
A^1 .\ n ectiage wiih
hath alta< hi d, neai Pri
Si II .'Mid I'i II I III;
Apt |i Jl )- I 1INC1,
11,11 St.
For Sole
An English Licyole
AND
Horse ant" Bug-g-y
Both in 1 ii and of ihe
l)PSl
pnrtii ul
Applj at KM! UXE' ;
Notice.
]"" 111^ i in infiinn rm !' 1 trom
Pill ill (il
ripp| f'ybli
I ... j
; 1(11
' W
I'. A. III'YI ( IR
Here's An Oppor=
tunitv t^atyu cannot
^ afford to lose.
11' Y hi want to Economize
If you want a First Class
Light
If you want to !)' n 1 og
zed. Use the I3est Light
thai nionej 1 .m buy. The
' and tin' Ch
I /IF.
BEACON
KFROVIliE MAMTLE
LAMP3 and BUHNERS
11.
. tandbi \
( the
1 . i> 0 1 MlkM
.....|. n il.-iii.iii.-il.
1 rodui ea a pow er-
fol. 1 11 ml nrhlta
'U 11 1 mi .'.u.illr-
n war. Bui 1.11 .....1
lilOII I 11.il -Oil, i OMlK
mily oik- i--ul fur ala
hour*.
lair th.-in ki.
\ or-
ipnr-
l\i.. in our-lrnih Ike
t'llsl,
1111 r.l v of
brass. For mi In
homes, sinroi. halls
.nil 1 in h :.'.!
i"l"r. no 11 Ii .; snfo,
rlinple I n.l a 1 I .1 n.
'I h i" Is on] f one
lii'inon. Inilst o n
i.ivlnif It.
Home Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Sale By
Thoc. E- N* bbie
14 Chnsiic St., Nassau, N. P.
H ted Writ*
in kn w all a I *fi n
tlerful La
Advertise in
!' A Tribune.


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