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——" Miami-EXCURSIONKey West Motor Vessel PANAMA" Sails from Nassau to Key West DECEMBER 21st Stopping on way to MIAMI Round Trip: Nassau-Miami $12. Nassau-Key West 16. Tickets for return g*ood only for 10 days. an, N.P., Dei. i a, [916. All Particulars, OFFICE "FRANCES E." Easl Bay Sti ted in the attack. The ich war office intimat 1 s 1 they were opposed l>y 1 man divisions. I he I euton armies in imania continue to gn in und. A statement by the m n war office that they ive forci (I the 'Juezeu River mean that Teutonic i %  • actually Iiave crossed 1 river along the line ici it was expected that Roumanians would make itand. After .in intense artillei y i in the vicinity of Vpi es in in tin >|is delivi red an • uilt south of Zillebeke netrating the second Bi 1irje. Revolutionary outbreak: i ave occurred in Portugal ompanied by mutiny of e troops. They have been qui lied. It is announced that the ivernmenl has decided to ik/ 1 ontrol ofhish railways nd the threatened strike on ie lines have been averted. The notes of the German nd Austrian government p og ; %  %  .ice negotiations 1 p 1 ted to reach the 11'>ls of the Allies before nday night. They were ded from Washington on Saturday afternoon by ca T I SI ORNNESS 1 ugh iv ; %  wn fact that milli wh have tried SUNUGH r S ihj I r< fu c to use any other. These housewives with SUNLIGHT SOAP as their ally, can 1 k t" rword to washday without dread, tor they are assured of a quick d | atch of all dirt. EN YOUR £ !" > r /.* *\' W] \ 'within an hour. More tlii eighty I e and small tiering <>r d*ta yed and many others adj known to be bui ed. LOST. T A LARGE lui\ white with black feathf MS in wings. It w< 1 bout (6 His. Reward if re-] turned to -* II. T. BRK l\ Citvr ble and were not accompa nied by any expression from the I'niii dStnti jovet nmi at bui it is stated that Presidi nt \\ ilson has 11 sen ed 1 ipportunity to add ,1 word for peace in s >me way in the future. The note to the British governmenl will probably be receiv< 'I in London in time to !>e i before next 'I uesday when the premiei was to appeal he fore the house of commons but it now Bppears unlikely that Ins physician will allow lnm to speak on that day. a ihoi t rp li ittle brought t<> the French today thpir third smaching victory within a period of two months in the vicinity "I Verdun, livery objective point "I the F reucli romiti mders was obtain d with Chronometic a sands "I ( i ei maji pi ison< 19 flow ed into the French hues duiing the day, including and large group ill arriving The total count already, ;ic ling to the official statement, exceeds 9,100, (me division alone captured laoo Germans "V Before Buying Your CHRISTMAS CARDS SEE OUR SAMPLI: AND PRICES I lave tin in JH mled 1 own design,, Call at Tribune Oifici for further pa I No orders tak after Wed nest next, the 21st. S<


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——. • f VMIIIVI* rvdiili ins (virnre in vubs m&ttlstrl HelnK bound tnswenr 10 the I>r>am of no Muster. VOL. XIV NaiiMiN.I'., Ilhm*i, MONDAY December IS l'lb No 21 L. OILBRRT DUi'UCII, Editor ,md I'ro/irirlnr. OI-'FICK: Cornar Shirley & Charloit Sis .Vassun, .V. /'., Ituhamas I'HONK MO, P. O. HOX 108. PI IH.ISHr 11 IIAII.Y RATES M'jfttlay, Wclnesday and Friday— single copy ... I'l riiesclav. airl Ihursil.iv single copy i.l ••atuiil.r. -111.de com Mi Weekly id Monthly i s. 6.1 '.IIMMIMIV 4-. Hainearlv 6d faarly 1 8s I'AYARLK IN ADVANOK Advertising Ratas:—siii patice per ima for Ant insertion: Ihraa pence II hue for Mcond nisei turn ; and one|>enii| 11 line for tubaquMl insertion*. %  \lveili*-enieiils uii(lei aiifht lint Telegrams 1916. 16th December Via Key West. On the fighting fronts every where except m Rouroania and along both banks of the Meuse only bombard men ti and minor operations are being carried on In Roumania the Danube army of the Teutons now has croati rl the Jalemiiz-i River and a along the f'ont the advance of tiona tion lias yet come ns to whether President Wilson will inertly transmit the notes 8S received or announce to tht: recipients that the t Hi ted States hopes that a disi ussion "I peace may n suit. While Curat Britain has not vtt officially received I • prop isals her attitude and that of her allies with regard to peace was reiterated in 1 house of commons Thursday by Andrew Bonai Law, the new chancellor, who said the Entente Allii s reguin d adequate reparation for the past and adequate so ui ity for the future. A semi official statement from Petrograd regarding the peace proposals attacks the Teutonic powers for lark of sincerity and says the firm determination of the Allies is t" continue the \\ HI to a final triumph, weak* ned by no illusery proposals >l the em my. That tip re is to be no abatement in Gn it Bi it tin's military prepar itions iindicated bv the unanimous vote of pailiam. nt for an addic it (lit of 400 lie invadors continue uncheclr ed. No details have come througli pounds and an additional 1.1101 .,111 1 11 men. The an ival of the (i trman regarding the French operations|and Austrian 1 it Wash along the Meuse except a state nient from Berlin that the > •: French had made advances on both banks of the ri ington and the broad intima I'l in has north of D uiaumcnt betv Mi use and Woevre on a to Kilemetre front and "1 of 3 kilemetn s mi mernus trenchei. The vill ig< V*ai hei a uville ana Reui• merit were taken, also'Chambrette I and tlie fortified work 1 I I mi nt. The total numbei 1 • not yel iscertai 1 I. present 7 mi and 300 h ive passed llirou jfi oui posts \ ntity of w.ii mai I. I he French lo slight, the victiiry lias great enthusiasm, I .ondon: —TI ere 1^ n ithii port from the Rus ian, [tal lan 01 1 |i mian fronts. Paris: -General Nivel li s si 1 tike \i eterday at Vei dun 1 11 ned 1 he I nee 1 ly i<> 1 lie Ijni oeruped when the German theii gi eat a 11 ick Usl F< Tlie ( l et 111 ms lost nine ihous prisoners and eighty guns. I ren< b-edvanced loa depth o miles a long a six mile front. Berl in: —Von M d iy c iptured Buzi u, Roiim mian r1i I w, 1\ 1 pt u ri ditional prisoners the Russo Rou manian armies in Dobrudj 1 falling I ack simul ly wit h the ret I n i he w 1 stern si< the I inube, Petrograd:— The Duma favours n fus il by the I g ivernments lo enter into i itistions. Under present con ditions Russia and lei R| in,'d that the war must be I'n'ie.l in n victorious com lusion, 1,ondon: -The British irmy • n the Tigris front have assumed the II 11il %  • and A re now wi' Ion l||l ei ters of a mile of Tigi is oo ired P :envau* lhe, villa Ait. mpts ol British i I \: ; •' %  'i I Lov I Rii %  : ii il K. .• %  • motives and raili In Dubrudja the : Russi in and R %  I captu 1 IUOM I ierm in chon New Y W III I low; i %  1 l'i; River Mi P isite Kni el Vnara. iver Pa 'i* 8 *^ 6 proposals of tin Madris:— The Greek ste rierelv renorts hnmlv,,,'l ^ entr, ' Powers would not be Salamis was torpedoed by 1 Gei ns merely it poits homba.d „ „.;,,.,,.,, without 1X man submaiine. Crew has ments in these regions. **/ rcjeciea wunom ex The Teutons have bomamination were theoutstand Cambridge. Mass:-Hugo Mu barded Monastir and the enl!i? developments in the;,,,, r Harvard 1 I lie ( ii i died suddenly today while lectii ing man and Austtian notes are substantially the same and in agreement with the 1 already published. — :o: — December 17th, IQll Paris; -After heavv arti preparation the French attacked tire-front held by the Serb,. 1 I1,e ans in that sector. Hoth the German and Aus trian notes concerning peace have been received in Washington and soon will be trans 111^ %  to the Entente poueifl^ o oil, ial intima >i f % %  ol j iung women a' Radcliffe C0II1 mbei [8th, 1916' Berlin:—The French forres yesterday rpntinued to attack on the e 1st bank of the Rivi 1 Meuse in Verdun sector and after B violent Dec< ml .1 War Summary, 16:— 111 f;i111 511 med on i %  %  i bank the Mi use in I lie \ < tor. Whicl B tants nssu ned the 1 is nat spei ifii d by man wan iffice statement I' tells of 1 i e n nevi al tv. Dining the | the Germans had ni 1 i tunti r atta< ks to 1 Ihe ground lost lo the Frem on I 1 iday, Four French dive ii r


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VmIIivi* rvdiili ins (virnre in vubs m&ttlstrl
HelnK bound tnswenr 10 the I>r>am of no Muster.
VOL. XIV
NaiiMiN.I'., Ilhm*i, MONDAY December IS l'lb
No 21
L. OILBRRT DUi'UCII,
Editor ,md I'ro/irirlnr.
OI-'FICK:
Cornar Shirley & Charloit Sis
.Vassun, .V. /'., Ituhamas
I'HONK MO, P. O. HOX 108.
*

PI IH.ISHr 11 IIAII.Y
RATES
M'jfttlay, Wclnesday and Friday
single copy ... I'l
riiesclav. airl Ihursil.iv single copy i.l
atuiil.r. -111.de com Mi
Weekly ............ id
Monthly ............is. 6.1
'.IimMimIv........ 4-. Hainearlv......... 6d
faarly ............18s
I'AYARLK IN ADVANOK
- -
Advertising Ratas:siii patice per ima
for Ant insertion: Ihraa pence ii hue
for Mcond nisei turn ; and one|>enii| 11
line for tubaquMl insertion*.
\lveili*-enieiils uii(lei aiifht lint
Telegrams
1916.

16th December
Via Key West.
On the fighting fronts every
where except m Rouroania and
along both banks of the Meuse
only bombard men ti and minor
operations are being carried on
In Roumania the Danube army
of the Teutons now has croati rl
the Jalemiiz-i River and a
along the f'ont the advance of tiona
tion lias yet come ns to whe-
ther President Wilson will
inertly transmit the notes 8S
received or announce to tht:
recipients that the t Hi ted
States hopes that a disi us-
sion "I peace may n suit.
While Curat Britain has
not vtt officially received I
prop isals her attitude and
that of her allies with regard
to peace was reiterated in 1
house of commons Thursday
by Andrew Bonai Law, the
new chancellor, who said the
Entente Allii s reguin d ade-
quate reparation for the past
and adequate so ui ity for the
future.
A semi official statement
from Petrograd regarding the
peace proposals attacks the
Teutonic powers for lark of
sincerity and says the firm
determination of the Allies is
t" continue the \\ hi to a final
triumph, weak* ned by no ill-
usery proposals >l the em my.
That tip re is to be no
abatement in Gn it Bi it tin's
military prepar itions i- indi-
cated bv the unanimous vote
of pailiam. nt for an addi-
c it (lit of 400
lie invadors continue uncheclr
ed.
No details have come througli
pounds and an additional 1.-
1101 .,111111 men.
The an ival of the (i trman
regarding the French operations|and Austrian 1 it Wash
along the Meuse except a state
nient from Berlin that the > :
French had made advances on '
both banks of the ri
ington and the broad intima
I'l in has
north of D uiaumcnt betv
Mi use and Woevre on a to Kile-
metre front and
"1 of 3 kilemetn s mi
mernus trenchei. The vill ig<
V*ai heiauville ana Reui merit
were taken, also'Chambrette I
and tlie fortified work 1 I I
mi nt. The total numbei 1
not yel iscertai 1 I.
present 7 mi and 300
h ive passed llirou jfi oui posts \
ntity of w.ii mai
I. I he French lo
slight, the victiiry lias
great enthusiasm,
I .ondon: TI ere 1^ n ithii
port from the Rus ian, [tallan 01
1 |i mian fronts.
Paris: -General Nivel li s
si 1 tike \i eterday at Veidun 1 11 ned
1 he I nee 1 ly i<> 1 lie Ijni
oeruped when the German
theii gi eat a 11 ick Usl F<
Tlie (let 111 ms lost nine ihous
prisoners and eighty guns.
I ren< b-edvanced loa depth o
miles a long a six mile front.
Berl in: Von M
d iy c iptured Buzi u, Roiim mian
r1i I w, 1\ 1 pt u ri
ditional prisoners the Russo Rou
manian armies in Dobrudj 1
falling I ack simul ly wit h
the ret I n i he w 1 stern si<
the I' inube,
Petrograd:The Duma favours
n fus il by the I
g ivernments lo enter into i
itistions. Under present con
ditions Russia and lei r|
in,'d that the war must be
I'n'ie.l in n victorious com lusion,
1,ondon: -The British irmy n
the Tigris front have assumed the
II 11-il and A re now wi' Ion l||l ei
ters of a mile of Tigi is oo
ired P :envau*
lhe, villa
Ait. mpts ol British
' !i I \: ;
' 'i I Lov
I Rii : ii il K. .

motives and
raili
In Dubrudja the :
Russi in and R

I
captu
1 Iuom
I ierm in
chon
New Y
W III I
.
low;
i 1
l'i;
River Mi

P isite Kni el Vnara.
iver Pa 'i*8 *^6 proposals of tin Madris: The Greek ste
rierelv renorts hnmlv,,,'l ^entr,' Powers would not be Salamis was torpedoed by 1 Gei
ns merely it poits homba.d .;,,.,,.,, without 1X man submaiine. Crew has
ments in these regions. **/ rcjeciea wunom ex
The Teutons have bom- amination were theoutstand Cambridge. Mass:-Hugo Mu
barded Monastir and the en- l!i? developments in the;,,,, r Harvard 1
I lie ( ii i died suddenly today while lectii ing
man and Austtian notes are
substantially the same and
in agreement with the 1
already published.
:o:
December 17th, IQll
Paris; -After heavv arti
preparation the French attacked
tire-front held by the Serb,.1 I1,e '
ans in that sector.
Hoth the German and Aus
trian notes concerning peace
have been received in Wash-
ington and soon will be
trans 111^ to the Entente
poueifl^ o oil, ial intima
>i f ol j iung women a'
Radcliffe C0II1
mbei [8th, 1916'
Berlin:The French forres yes-
terday rpntinued to attack on the
e 1st bank of the Rivi 1 Meuse in
Verdun sector and after B violent
Dec< ml .1
War Summary, 16:
111 f;i111
511 med on i! i bank
the Mi use in I lie \ <
tor. Whicl B
tants nssu ned the 1
is nat spei ifii d by
man wan iffice statement I'
tells of 1 i e n nevi al
tv. Dining the |
the Germans had
ni 1 i tunti r atta< ks to 1
Ihe ground lost lo the Frem
on I 1 iday,
Four French dive ii
r


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Miami-EXCURSION-Key West
Motor Vessel PANAMA"
Sails from Nassau to Key West
DECEMBER 21st
Stopping on way to MIAMI
Round Trip: Nassau-Miami $12.
Nassau-Key West 16.
Tickets for return g*ood only for 10 days.
an, N.P., Dei. i a, [916.
All Particulars, OFFICE "FRANCES E."
Easl Bay Sti
ted in the attack. The
ich war office intimat 1 s
1 they were opposed l>y
1 man divisions.
I he I euton armies in
imania continue to gn in
und. A statement by the
m n war office that they
ive forci (I the 'Juezeu River
mean that Teutonic
i actually Iiave crossed
1 river along the line
ici it was expected that
Roumanians would make
itand.
After .in intense artillei y
i in the vicinity of Vpi es
in in tin >|is delivi red an
uilt south of Zillebeke
netrating the second Bi 1-
irje.
Revolutionary outbreak:
i ave occurred in Portugal
ompanied by mutiny of
e troops. They have been
qui lied.
It is announced that the
ivernmenl has decided to
ik/ 1 ontrol ofhish railways
nd the threatened strike on
ie lines have been averted.
The notes of the German
nd Austrian government
p og ; '.ice negotiations
1 p 1 ted to reach the
11'>ls of the Allies before
nday night. They were
ded from Washington
on Saturday afternoon by ca

T I SI ORNNESS
1 ugh iv ;
wn fact that milli
wh have tried Sunugh r S ihj I r< fu c
to use any other. These housewives with
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
as their ally, can 1 k t" rword
to wash- day without dread,
tor they are assured of a
quick d | atch of all dirt.
EN YOUR >
r
/.* *\'
W]
\
'within an hour. More tlii
' eighty I e and small tiering
<>r d*ta
yed and many others adj
known to be bui ed.
LOST.
T
A LARGE lui\
white with black feathf
ms in wings. It w<
1 bout (6 His. Reward if re-]
turned to -*
II. T. BRK l\
Citvr
ble and were not accompa
nied by any expression from
the I'niii dStnti jovet nmi at
bui it is stated that Presidi nt
\\ ilson has 11 sen ed 1 ipportu-
nity to add ,1 word for peace
in s >me way in the future.
The note to the British gov-
ernmenl will probably be re-
ceiv< 'I in London in time to !>e
i before next 'I uesday when
the premiei was to appeal he
fore the house of commons but
it now Bppears unlikely that
Ins physician will allow lnm to
speak on that day.
a ihoi t rp li ittle
brought t<> the French today
thpir third smaching victory
within a period of two months
in the vicinity "I Verdun, livery
objective point "I the F reucli
romiti mders was obtain d with
Chronometic a
sands "I (iei maji pi ison< 19 flow
ed into the French hues duiing
the day, including .
and large group ill arriv-
ing The total count already, ;ic
ling to the official statement,
exceeds 9,100, (me division
alone captured laoo Germans
"V
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