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statement tonight by Captain Paul Koenipj. The Deutschlands shipper: I would not be surprised if the armouied submarine appeared ofi tins coast while I Bin in port. You caul tell what the ROVI roment will do. Captain Koenig said he pro bab!v would make his homeward dash within the next ten days, lie denied a report that lie would go through the Cape Cod Canal saying that nothing was to be gained by this route. Officials of the Eastern For warding Company announced that the Deuschlands cargo was discharged at a o'clock this af ternoon. Great care was exer cized to prevent outsiders from seeing the work. Only the crews of the submersible and the North German Lloyd steamer Willchad were allowed in the hold. Nothing has been made public regarding the Deutsch lands manifest, The citizenscommittee which lias ananged for a complimen tary banquet to the Deutsch lands crew next Wednesday will present a gold watch, suit ably inscribed, to Captain Koc nig. A REWARD W ILL be paid to anyone who finds and will return to the] undersigned a small dark brown male dog, strayed from the "Knowlc" on Thursday afternoon last. Marked white around no k and on chest, white paws and white tail tip, nods bis bend when standing and twiches when lying down, rather weak on hind legs. Tribune Office or JAS. P.SANDS. JR. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES t. inform his friends and the Public that be has just received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an under taker, which places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with system and di patch; and respectfully soli < its their patronage. Get m\ price first and prOV< that tbey are the very lowest for first class work. 1917 Announcement "Reo Six" | •7 passenger Touring £250 "Reo Four" 5 passenger Touring 205 NOTE. In July closing the Reo year 1916 I made a special offer of £246 on the Reo Six, 7 passenger Touring Car as I had done the previous )ear| on the Reo Four, 5 passenger j Touring, but no one need ( confuse those special offers' which are transient, with regular prices. Yours, J. P. SIMMS, Reo Agent J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express ly for J. C. Coakley Long leaf, Line flavor and aroma, Keeps bard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what good tobacco is and have got tired of some of theohl brands that have gone bad. (live it a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6|d. per flake—3 dozen Hakes at 6d. per Hake. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Jusi a hint—"The Allies" id. Cigars arc the best 6V( r, md still at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Pay St. FOR SALE • A line Aniei ican M.ire. Mo reasonable oiler declined. Three months approved note 1 1 ptable. \V. C. P. JOHNSON. Nassau, N. P., ()( t. l8, IQIO. THE AGILITY -r l.'.Vl and prodigious leaping powers of the KANGAROO are famed all the world over. Its agility, J^vever, is excelled by the ease and quickness wfth which SUNLIGHT SOAP expels dirt from the clothes in the wash. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys well-earned and worldwide distinction as a Soap of thefu st quality. Its reputation is maintained by the /,'1000 Guarantee of Purity given with every bar, and by thegood report of millions of housewives who use it daily. WHY NOT TRY IT. Highest prices paid for Crape Fruit Call and See Theo. P. knowles Co. at 370 Bay St. The Branch Tailoring Dept. 60 Marlboroug-h St. Opposite Hotel Colonial. £ XBBRIENCB bought is nothing lost, then give me a bancs at a suit for you; Tudor and Cutter. T. S. NABBIB. *( The Tribune" Office FOR Commercial and Artistic Printing.



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(( News FOP Everybody" Nulllvia niliifc nia |urnre in verb* ma.w'trl Bel on bound iow-r to h l)o|m of no Mnster. VOL. XIII Nntoiku N. P.. BiyhB.in. MONDAY November 6, 1916 No. 505 A [.. QILBRRT DII'ICII. Editat ind Proprietor OKi'ici: Corner Shirley 6, Chivrloito Sis i iw. .'.' /'. Bahama* PHONB 200 P. o. i:o.\ uv.i. PUBLISH KD DAILY RATES Monday, We lut I d'ay — .;;;„ %  !• COM Tuesday, an I I h ingle copy Saturday tingle copy ... i Weekly Monthly i s. H uartariy ... ... ..AS. alfYea.lv... reai iv 18 PAYARLR IN \D\ W'i: Advertising Rule %  line f• r In->t intern*i :. i pee | en %  •• i"-i line i I COml iii-i-! h .., ; .,,, i 11 %  | line for eubsqueni n Arfvertitetne n 'it lines 4*. Telegrams November 51b, 1916. Via Ki v West. New York:—Both Mr Wilson and Air Hughes tonight made Sp echet which closed llie campaign lui the presidency which will be decided in I 11 -sdays flection. Beilin: h 1um Ificiall) %  port ed ih ii 1I1 %  Ri si n Battleship Sevast pol itruck a mine and is I adly dam igsd. She is one of the most powerful Ships of the Russian n ivy, being ol 43,000 tons. Emperor Francis Josef has accepted Mi.MM c (• %  of Dumbii, AIIStiian Ambassador ti> the United Slates. I be emperor thanked D11111 ba for his excellent service. Attacks mi German position* on the Somme northwest (if Courceletie, ami Gueiidecourt LesBouefi •fi-iiM" were reptrrsed, Pnrtrnnsol Russian positions on the Narayuvka River southeast (f Lemberg were taken by storm by Ausiro lierman ^ w.ps. Rosca Height sotithens!**W>f Mtsohanlt on the Hungarian Roumanian front has been occupied by Ilia Roumanians, In 1 lie region 01 Ptadeal the Tentorn recaptured positions From the Roumanians, Rome:—In the first two days of the new UtWHin offensive the Aus trians lost fi I inn "ien London:—In the worst gale ever known in the Irish Sea the British steamer Connemara with passen. gersand a cargo of cattle bound for II >lyhead collided just outside of Carlmgford Bar with a British steamship laden with coal. Both sunk Ii is i stimated that too persons were lost. Strong German forces entered British trenches near Guinchy but were immediately espelled. ciern in counter Btta< ks east of Ciue.icourl suffered very heavy losses, Rome:—Continuing the new offensive against the \ustro Germans in the Caiso region the Italians advanced in the direction 1 f Wippech River more than one kilo Bucharest: — The war office an nounced that Roumanian troops 1 advanced to the west of Buzen st 1 earn, also at Tablebutzi on Transylvanian front. West of Jiul ihe pursuit of the Austro Germans continues. Peiro 1 id: —Stubborn battleare rnging in the n< ighboui hood 01 the viI lages id \l chisou and I .ipnicod loo in the Stokhod River region. filb November, It)i6. Via Jamaica. London:—British troops last night captured a German trench e ivt of ( iiieu.lecourt. Rome:—Heavy fighting from (ior/i to the sea resulted in further successes, Vlong Hie norihern brow if the C aiso we took 3500 prisom 1 --. Petrugrad:—On 'lie right baok of the Stokhod in the region of Alexandrovsk our of our regiments pushed back the enemy who bad occupied part of our ttench on the Wi Stei n bnnk. Paris: —On llie righl bank of the vfeuse nftei the capture of Fort Vaux our infantry continued its adv nice to ihe outskirts of ihe village of V.iux. \\ r il-o %  %  lined a footing on the crest dominating the village_ Via Key West, Berlin: Artillery activity of l^eat violence continues in the region north of ihe 'online and \ncre. Anglo-French ailarks were re. pulsed at several points. Rose 1 Heights southeast of Altzschant, RoumanianT r ansylvania abort Predi il a:: I Berlin announ<. further progress south ol the frontier, winch the ,Roumanians border foi ihem. East of Predeal captured November 3rd has been 1 however the Roumanians re-captured l y the Austro-Germans. I he I it nt also stormed koii'iiain in posit s at Clabuctc), Bi iuhii old I'1 ahiiva Valley >e•; terday capturing 17.17 Rou na 11 eight cannon and twenty machine guns. Russian warships shelled the Roumanian seaports of 1 'onstauz 1 and Mangalia now occupied by I in ips nmlf 1 Vl n \I ickl a-' 11. ( 11 isl artillery and Aeroplane squadrons chased the hostile ships away. A German submarine destroyed on October 23rd a small Engligh ng HI the Buieu Valleyhave driven the invaders back over the fiont tier in the region ol Tableb l hej also h ivi taken Mount Sirful nd Taturamia along the bor• I. 1 9 iltheast ol Kronstadt. South of lleio. mstadt m ihe region of Rotbenthurm Pass the Teutons have exten 'ed their and captured an additional pi is mere, On the Eastern front fighting ha? taken place east ol Ko vi-l and Southeast of I .cm berg on v iiriuni'i £ ou n smaii r.ni;iii;u ... ,, cruiser oft the w. coast of Ireland.: Reilin annOUUCCS the repulse Londor.:—The Gern n Admir. |ol several Russian all alty report of the sinking of a small 'against the Teuton lines on cruisi 1 evidently refers to the sink-! ,| l( [ e fi bank of the Nara; Uingof the mine-sweepn (ienes, R H ,j w Winch was ofhciallv announce,! on "* %  , .. .. .,. P. trograd says the Russians Paris:—French forces advancing have re occupied part 01 in the region of Verdun occup {.heif trenches on the west eil the villag -of I' iniloup neil_\ ,1 mile east oft pt un d Fort Vaux. Rome:— I talian troops on the Austro Italian front in the last four days took 27 > enemy officers and s;j.! nun Since the Italian offensive started on August 6th tie Italians have captured 40,00a ol the enemy including 1,000 offi e Fhe Austro-Huogaiians yesterday directed five attacks Rgainst positions or. the slope (Jinn Uorche Kavignolo Va'.h y all of wlmh were driven ofl with heavy enemy losses. In CarSO the b i li.nis have extended their cams in the set tor south of the ( )pp ichiaselle-Castagaivazzi Road, New Ynrk:—While both Democrat'and Republicans are claiming ui doubt d vii tor) in 1 n sid. ntial election it is felt that the result will be very close, —:o: — November 6t!i, 10,16. Via Key W< st. Violent fighting continues to mark the Austro (.0 mi n to penetrate 'he plains of Rouman 1.1 I tilth of Kronstadt and He 1 man Madl and towards Bucharest. The stiff defense of Ihe Roumanians i-. yielding slowly to the blows of the 1 %  f> r *•' • ..-.. .... Teutons artillery and infantry to Germany, according to bank of the Stokhod in the region of Ki&elin. Near Upnicadi Ina in Galicia the Russians have pushed back the Teutons in so.ne places. There have b< en m h actions on the Somme fi The French have made s 1 gams at Saillv and t!ie British have taken a (ii man tn cist 1 if (iueudi court Although righting continues' at various places along the Macedonian front tin re has I 1 %  little change in the general situation. The German official statement says that portioitsofSaiU) Saillesel which were taken by the C i<• r 111.111 s b;o c ng lin 1>'' to the French Attempts ol the Allies io advance east 1 f t Jueudecourt and against th< n 'them put of St Pierre Vaast reBUlti il in failure. I he t ierman armou marii e U. .57, n lister ship of the 1 53 is expo led I tat convoy for the undi 1 a freight er Deutchland on her return trip


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((
News Fop Everybody"
Nulllvia niliifc nia |urnre in verb* ma.w'trl
Bel on bound iow-r to h l)o|m of no Mnster.
VOL. XIII
Nntoiku N. P.. BiyhB.in. MONDAY November 6, 1916
No. 505
A
[.. QILBRRT DII'ICII.
Editat ind Proprietor
OKi'ici:
Corner Shirley 6, Chivrloito Sis
i iw. .'.' /'. Bahama*
PHONB 200 P. o. i:o.\ uv.i.
PUBLISH KD DAILY
RATES
Monday, We lut I d'ay
.;;;! COM
Tuesday, an I I h ingle copy
Saturday tingle copy ... i
Weekly
Monthly ............is.
Huartariy ... ... ..as.
alfYea.lv...
reai iv ....... 18
PAYARLR IN \D\ W'i:
Advertising Rule line
f r In->t intern*i :. i pee | en i"-i line
i I COml iii-i-! h .., ; .,,, i 11 |
line for eubsqueni n
Arfvertitetne n 'it lines 4*.
Telegrams
November 51b, 1916.
Via Ki v West.
New York:Both Mr Wilson
and Air Hughes tonight made
Sp echet which closed llie cam-
paign lui the presidency which will
be decided in I 11 -sdays flection.
Beilin: h 1- um Ificiall) , port
ed ih ii 1I1 Ri si n Battleship
Sevast pol itruck a mine and is
I adly dam igsd. She is one of the
most powerful Ships of the Russian
n ivy, being ol 43,000 tons.
Emperor Francis Josef has accept-
ed Mi.- mmc ( , of Dumbii, Aiis-
tiian Ambassador ti> the United
Slates. I be emperor thanked D11111
ba for his excellent service.
Attacks mi German position* on
the Somme northwest (if Cource-
letie, ami Gueiidecourt LesBouefi
fi-iiM" were reptrrsed, Pnrtrnnsol
Russian positions on the Narayuv-
ka River southeast (f Lemberg
were taken by storm by Ausiro
lierman ^w.ps. Rosca Height
sotithens!**W>f Mtsohanlt on the
Hungarian Roumanian front has
been occupied by Ilia Roumanians,
In 1 lie region 01 Ptadeal the Ten-
torn recaptured positions From the
Roumanians,
Rome:In the first two days of
the new UtWHin offensive the Aus
trians lost fiIinn "ien
London:In the worst gale ever
known in the Irish Sea the British
steamer Connemara with passen.
gersand a cargo of cattle bound
for II >lyhead collided just outside
of Carlmgford Bar with a British
steamship laden with coal. Both
sunk Ii is i stimated that too per-
sons were lost.
Strong German forces entered
British trenches near Guinchy but
were immediately espelled. cier-
n in counter Btta< ks east of Ciue.i-
courl suffered very heavy losses,
Rome:Continuing the new
offensive against the \ustro Ger-
mans in the Caiso region the Ital-
ians advanced in the direction 1 f
Wippech River more than one kilo
Bucharest: The war office an
nounced that Roumanian troops
1 advanced to the west of Buzen
st 1 earn, also at Tablebutzi on
Transylvanian front. West of Jiul
ihe pursuit of the Austro Germans
continues.
Peiro 1 id: Stubborn battle- are
rnging in the n< ighboui hood 01 the
viI lages id \l chisou and I .ipni-
cod loo in the Stokhod River re-
gion.
filb November, It)i6.
Via Jamaica.
London:British troops last
night captured a German trench
e ivt of ( iiieu.lecourt.
Rome:Heavy fighting from
(ior/i to the sea resulted in fur-
ther successes, Vlong Hie norihern
brow if the C aiso we took 3500
prisom 1 --.
Petrugrad:On 'lie right baok
of the Stokhod in the region of
Alexandrovsk our of our regiments
pushed back the enemy who bad
occupied part of our ttench on the
Wi Stei n bnnk.
Paris: On llie righl bank of the
vfeuse nftei the capture of Fort
Vaux our infantry continued its ad-
v nice to ihe outskirts of ihe village
of V.iux. \\ r il-o _ lined a footing
on the crest dominating the village_
Via Key West,
Berlin: Artillery activity of
l^eat violence continues in the re-
gion north of ihe 'online and \n-
cre. Anglo-French ailarks were re.
pulsed at several points.
Rose 1 Heights southeast of Altzs-
chant, RoumanianTransylvania
abort Predi il a:: I Berlin announ-
<. further progress south ol the
frontier, winch the ,Roumanians border foi ihem. East of Predeal
captured November 3rd has been 1 however the Roumanians
re-captured l y the Austro-Ger-
mans. I he I it nt also stormed
koii'iiain in posit.....s at Clabuctc),
! Bi iuhii old I'1 ahiiva Valley >e-
; terday capturing 17.17 Rou na 11
eight cannon and twenty machine
guns.
Russian warships shelled the
Roumanian seaports of 1 'onstauz 1
and Mangalia now occupied by
I in ips nmlf 1 Vl n \I ickl a-' 11. ( 11 isl
artillery and Aeroplane squadrons
chased the hostile ships away.
A German submarine destroyed
on October 23rd a small Engligh
ng hi the Buieu Valleyhave driv-
en the invaders back over the fiont
tier in the region ol Tableb
l hej also h ivi taken Mount Sir-
ful nd Taturamia along the bor-
I. 1 9 iltheast ol Kronstadt.
South of lleio.mstadt m ihe re-
gion of Rotbenthurm Pass the
Teutons have exten 'ed their
and captured an additional ,
pi is mere,
On the Eastern front fight-
ing ha? taken place east ol Ko
vi-l and Southeast of I .cm berg
on v iiriuni'i ou n smaii r.ni;iii;u ... ,,
cruiser oft the w. coast of Ireland.: Reilin annOUUCCS the repulse
Londor.:The Gern n Admir. |ol several Russian all
alty report of the sinking of a small 'against the Teuton lines on
cruisi 1 evidently refers to the sink-! ,|l(. [efi bank of the Nara; U-
ingof the mine-sweepn (ienes, R. H ,j w,
Winch was ofhciallv announce,! on "* ..
..,.,. P. trograd says the Russians
Paris:French forces advancing have re occupied part 01
in the region of Verdun occup {.heif trenches on the west
eil the villag -of I' iniloup neil_\
,1 mile east oft pt un d
Fort Vaux.
Rome:Italian troops on the
Austro Italian front in the last
four days took 27 > enemy officers
and s;j.! nun Since the Italian
offensive started on August 6th tie
Italians have captured 40,00a ol
the enemy including 1,000 offi e
Fhe Austro-Huogaiians yester-
day directed five attacks Rgainst
positions or. the slope (Jinn Uorche
Kavignolo Va'.h y all of wlmh
were driven ofl with heavy enemy
losses. In CarSO the b i li.nis have
extended their cams in the set tor
south of the ()pp ichiaselle-Castag-
aivazzi Road,
New Ynrk:While both Dem-
ocrat'and Republicans are claim-
ing ui doubt d vii tor) in
1 n sid. ntial election it is felt that
the result will be very close,
:o:
November 6t!i, 10,16.
Via Key W< st.
Violent fighting continues to
mark the Austro (.0 mi n
to penetrate 'he plains of Rouman
1.1 I tilth of Kronstadt and He 1 man
Madl and towards Bucharest. The
stiff defense of Ihe Roumanians i-.
yielding slowly to the blows of the
1-......f>........r *' .......-....... ....
Teutons artillery and infantry to Germany, according to
bank of the Stokhod in the
region of Ki&elin. Near Up-
nicadi Ina in Galicia the
Russians have pushed back
the Teutons in so.ne places.
There have b< en m h
actions on the Somme fi
The French have made s1
gams at Saillv and t!ie British
have taken a (ii man tn
cist 1 if (iueudi court
Although righting continues'
at various places along the
Macedonian front tin re has I 1 "
little change in the general sit-
uation.
The German official statement
says that portioitsofSaiU) Sail-
lesel which were taken by the
C i< r 111.111 s b;o c ng lin 1>'' "
to the French Attempts ol the
Allies io advance east 1 f t Jueu-
decourt and against th< n 'th-
em put of St Pierre Vaast re-
BUlti il in failure.
I he t ierman armou
marii e U. .57, n lister ship of
the 1 53 is expo led I tat
convoy for the undi 1 a freight
er Deutchland on her return trip


statement tonight by Captain
Paul Koenipj. The Deutschlands
shipper: I would not be surpris-
ed if the armouied submarine
appeared ofi tins coast while I
Bin in port. You caul tell what
the rovi roment will do.
Captain Koenig said he pro
, bab!v would make his home-
ward dash within the next ten
days, lie denied a report that
lie would go through the Cape
Cod Canal saying that nothing
was to be gained by this route.
Officials of the Eastern For
warding Company announced
that the Deuschlands cargo was
discharged at a o'clock this af
ternoon. Great care was exer
cized to prevent outsiders from
seeing the work. Only the crews
of the submersible and the
North German Lloyd steamer
Willchad were allowed in the
hold. Nothing has been made
public regarding the Deutsch
lands manifest,
The citizenscommittee which
lias ananged for a complimen
tary banquet to the Deutsch
lands crew next Wednesday
will present a gold watch, suit
ably inscribed, to Captain Koc
nig.
A REWARD
WILL be paid to anyone
who finds and will re-
turn to the] undersigned a
small dark brown male dog,
strayed from the "Knowlc"
on Thursday afternoon last.
Marked white around no k
and on chest, white paws and
white tail tip, nods bis bend
when standing and twiches
when lying down, rather
weak on hind legs.
Tribune Office or
JAS. P.SANDS. JR.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES t. inform his
friends and the Public
that be has just received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under
taker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals
that may be entrusted to his
care with system and di -
patch; and respectfully soli
< its their patronage. Get m\
price first and prOV< that
tbey are the very lowest for
first class work.
1917
Announcement
"Reo Six"- |
7 passenger Touring 250
"Reo Four"
5 passenger Touring 205
NOTE.
In July closing the Reo
year 1916 I made a special
offer of 246 on the Reo Six,
7 passenger Touring Car as I
had done the previous )ear|
on the Reo Four, 5 passenger j
Touring, but no one need (
confuse those special offers'
which are transient, with
regular prices.
Yours,
J. P. SIMMS,
Reo Agent
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made express
ly for J. C. Coakley
Long leaf, Line flavor and
aroma, Keeps bard and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know what good
tobacco is and have got tired
of some of theohl brands that
have gone bad.
(live it a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6|d. per flake3
dozen Hakes at 6d. per Hake.
Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded.
Jusi a hint"The Allies"
id. Cigars arc the best 6V( r,
md still at the front and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Pay St.
FOR SALE
A line Aniei ican M.ire.
Mo reasonable oiler declined.
Three months approved note
11 ptable.
\V. C. P. JOHNSON.
Nassau, N. P.,
()( t. l8, IQIO.
THE AGILITY
-r
l.'.Vl
and prodigious leaping powers of the Kangaroo are
famed all the world over. Its agility, J^vever, is
excelled by the ease and quickness wfth which
Sunlight Soap expels dirt
from the clothes in the wash.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
enjoys well-earned and world-
wide distinction as a Soap of
thefu st quality. Its reputation
is maintained by the /,'1000
Guarantee of Purity given
with every bar, and by the-
good report of millions of
housewives who use it daily.
WHY NOT TRY IT.
Highest prices paid for
Crape Fruit
Call and See
Theo. P. knowles Co.
at 370 Bay St.
The Branch Tailoring Dept.
60 Marlboroug-h St.
Opposite Hotel Colonial.
XBBRIENCB bought is nothing lost, then
give me a bancs at a suit for you; Tudor
and Cutter.
T. S. NABBIB.
*(
The Tribune" Office
FOR
Commercial and Artistic Printing.


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