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I. OIL <: t DUPUOB, 0 ;<•! %  Corner Shirley & Charlotte St PHONI i BOX 103. I'UHLISIIKL) HA1L.Y RATES ly. %  '• .111.1 [-,,.:..'I ... rhursday single cnnr I* is. I Iv .,.., Yearlv... ... ... 18a to say.do nol hesitate to give Rev. C, A. Dann returned the widest publicity to these yetserday from a visit to 'facts. Ofcourseit iii.i oui's lagged Island and Exuma. j"to reason why" .it a lime this, but the graves! re———————— sp< visibility attaches to ill who have Instigau d the mei sures in question, particular About half past nine on ly if those measures are not Sundayevening last an alarm fully justified. of fire was made which, —:o: j howevi r, did nol amount to Today's radiograms con* j v ery much, it being located FIRE %  ::A: IN ADVANoK • %  • ->m e n i ' in i '"' %  %  I" l.i,: Zhc tribune • ; Dec. 19th, 191G 'in.' people are \ery em* tic .n tatiug that the 1 nni" is going to run to ssau this season. What givi 11 1 ise to this rumour annot conceive. W e ne c to state on tlw higlx -t authority th.it there is not lightest possibility of the "Miami's" visiting this port, a-. she i-nln ady on Ihe Havana sell dul< .aiid IN 1 unning ulai ly b i\\< i'ii tin re and W< st. In this con nee1 we may state th it we hope the i >wers that be are fully justified m 1 lie precauns Hi. •. are taking in the itter ol the arine re. One thing is 1 ei tain, I we h ve only lo study Florida p ipers to see the nation of that, 1 that is that the rneasun s have adopted to guard tinst problematical Gern submai ines, spell a sure 1 tain ruin to the Toureas in in Nassau. Similai ire islation in Bermuut the pr< (autions that we are talcing, and, needless in an old mat in the back yard of the residence of Hon. T. II. C Lofthouse. tains two cheering items. One is that the bulb of the Roumanian army is safe liehind the Russian lines and that the Russians have pre pared strong defences where Admiral Dartige du Four they will make a stand and net -The busies! man in the -' l 1 "Roumanians near East is \.!mir I I) irtige l '.' rest and refit. Hie other du Fournet, Commander of piece of cheering news is thai the Allies naval forces in the the French have captured in Mediterranean. Recent]] he the last offensive nearVerdun has been holding confer, nces ,over n,000 prisoners, 11,5 with KingConstantine in an cannon and 70c machine efforl ,,, make that stubborn, %  L -"" s narrow minded mon irch take The Ward Line S.S. "Mexico" :| reasonable attitude, and arrive I from New York on Sun one "I his last steps was to -I v last, Ihe 171I1, nd after landing th f illow in{j p issen roi 1 Ii 1 '.. I lav. 111,1. Mi ssrs Ii' .1. Vmoury, Ed. mund E. Bio n, Arm in Buch t. 1 kirch, John Burnside. Arthur 1 HI • 11,,i" 1 > nh (1 .\ 'niiiii n \\. i arpenter, r. Ie( ieorge, assume ihe role i>f adminis trator ol Athens. The Admi ral is sixty ye irs of age, an I is one of the best knowu na val men in Ihe employ of the He saw Geo. D. Evans,' Lorenzo' Evans, |? rvice a ainst China, in .las. C. Ferguson, Edward Frances war with Mam in George; Wm. C.Johnson, John ,8 93. "' Morocco, and in I. Lynch, U'm. J. lander, Eric Mediterranean. He is a Bre Solomon, Geo. G. Schutt, I larrj Severin, John A. Stevenson, Frank Burgess, Harry Erick&on, Patrick Loftus, Thos. E. Mac Manus, John Patterson, John Sullivan, Ja I 1 rney, \\ m Ward, J'is Rumei ; Mesdat Harriel E. Buchterkirch, Eleanor Cook, Mary C >llms, Eliza belli Evans. Nellie Ferguson, Jan. L. Geoi p, Mary A. I lerring, Charlotte Pi > \mia I'. W Ilf. Stephanie Zimmerman, \u. usta Brow n, Mary Collins, Bertha F ran is, I milj Major, Kate Regan; Misses Meta Butler, Sybil Burnside, Elizabeth Close, I lairiet Carpi 11 ti r, M 11 garet Middendorf, Clementina Ross, Mary Smith, Bridget Sul livan. A gin s Venckus, Ella Wag ner, Stabia Bzoner, Bertha Brown, KanDevil t, Jennie Edwins, M irgan t Grant, Mary Great, Doris I lansen, Majory Lewis, \\ imln d Lie. Given Matthews, Vgnes Morrison, V. na Martin, Cai 1 ie iolonoj, Mary Shannon, Monica Whalen, An na Webzel, Elizabeth Miller. ton by birth, vvhili mosl of Ins sail,nc ime from Ins na live provim 1 Now thai re latious betw 1 en iei man) and N01 % %  ime s 1 wha 1 strained nil soi is •! specula I inns ar • n indulged in as to w the out .. e will he Bi are confi Ie il tl at King Haal< >n will use whatever influence he p 1 '•one bel a'.f of the Allies. I % %  King is in 11 ried to Pi im 1 1 Man I, sistfi of KIM; 1 1 01 L;e of England while the whole ol the N egian people have the most intimate commercial and economic relations with the British. Haakon assumed the throne of Norway when the country broke away from Swe dcu several yean ago, I I \ in 1 lo its 1 i*ei proximit) to < Sreat Britain, Norway lias always iympathbtic towards her island nci^lih.,1than lias been the case with Sweden. /'.', %  John C Kerr. That p ivious military exp is nol abs ilutely ni 1 esi irj to ike a man a fearless fighter is shown by a perusal >>\MLilist of m< n who have receHy won the Victoria Cross Private John C. Kerr, of tdmon ton, who '.von the Victoria Cross, was farming in the Peace R\\ \ Valli y hen the war broke out. Befon taking up farming lie w is chicl at a hotel in Edmonton He \\as awarded the Vii toi in ()ross fi 1 taking single ha 11 l< d and In inging in as prisoners si) two Germans, including four officers. Fortunately Kerr came out of his little scrap alive, in that 1 spec! being better than C01 p. I,eo ( I. 1 k, a Winnip .; si tidier who was also given the Vii toria Cross for having d feated tweir y (ii rmans Clai k was wound. since died ol his wi iunds Hon William Hughtt. I I v di. leal >>f i on (r• 1 >t iou in Auslra lia H i ll piuva %  s 'i ere disappoint ment 10 Prem. I lughe of Ihe c 001 munwealth, Hugbes lias taken a p trticulai I) active pan in (lie aciivities, visiting ihe fronton a number of occasu >n -, ci 1 1 >pei mi I working with the British RU thorities, and doing eve j p issible '11 have Ins ndoptnl o >un tiy take a prominei t pa t 11 the %  •-• I' u militai ism. Hugh only recenth tied l \ 1 -tiaii 1 from Ing and ,-. ii. 1nil 1 it the piipuin y that they '.\ i%hed t %  make a 111 in' ei nl ihe Coalnk n C binet. I lushes, kn iv 1 ihe "'a ninel a 111 ndi r'', M eul in Aui ti 1 lia an .1 young m in 5'ime tin. •}• I 'I yea is ig.i ami whi n 1> %  n landed mad.his living foi a time as an itinerant umbrella II mdet. Helaiei perity*J^ rhe st'oi y is told in German 1 IM lies that a precocious



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Announcement = Mr. Oscar E. Johnson TAILOR and CLOTHIER B EGS to inform his mail) Customers thai he has jus) retui from New York where he became a graduate of the Mitt \ i College of Ameriea& was awarded a DIPLOMA ol GBi i n< j in the everal branches of railoring. Modern Technique and Cutting being Ins specialty. this testimonial from such a high quarter will serve as a Guarantee to confirm the confidence of his clientele in his :i iul in Ins well known three P's \ 1/ : ['rice. Push, Punctuality. Patron; ge Solicited. OSCAR E. JOHNSON, No. 9, Market St. (and X". to (it orge St.) th in the Fatherland has solved the probli m. I eacher: "Now, my | children, I want to sec how well you keep posted. Who n tell the prit <• of butti Littl.i [ke; : "Ican,teacher, ; mai ks 75 pfennig.' Teai her: l'h can answer but must .ill think about it. Wh ;n will the war mil? >l 1 ourse nobody can s \ when it will." Little Ikeyi "I can tell yo 1, teacher, wlicn the War will end." Peacher: "Of course you can't, but vou may try.** Little Ikey: "l he war will end when the new war loan is 5 11,^. 7 pfennig and buttei 96}.*— "The Wall Street Journal Straws." Telegrams i 1 cembei 1 |th, 1916. Pat o:rhe Roumanian ai mj has withdrawn safelv for regrouping and refit tiii t-C to Jassy and I gnrabin un lee the protection of ihe Russi 111 forces who .ne now holdlug the fighting line. The Russi ins expect la make ilien stand on the Riuinik Saiai %  where strong de 1 n p ep 1 %  •'!. I hi look 11 387 prisoi ,,1 V idun in the fighting ol the I 1 si Ihiee days besides one hundred mid fifn 'ii cann in, seven hund • I in i' I 101 ty loui lioml) throw 1 I I' 1 ihe I 'e N its from it 1 many and hci \||ies tiom 1 lie Ameiicn Amb/l! uloi. I 1 indon: —Pn mier Lloyd Gei 1-. t<> make Ins st itemeni reg irding the I'u itich governments policj in the I louse tomorrow, i 1 id restrictions were pul into fine e HI England todat. I lotels and u rerafot liddeu to serve more than two courses for breakfast t there was no tru Ii in the si item, hi ihal a Man "l wai of ii,, i'. in ., class had bi e 1 am1 sdf the M n h.is ahead) been reported. Berlin:—The Teutonic army is advancing norihward t' Northern Ii -i 1 in' j 1 and ii IVI cross -I the line LctMeen Babadaghaod Pecineaga, my to 1. t hundred thousand, and the British one million three hundred thousand accord en I 11. autl I lie !• rench lo ses in act ivil ies to he end 1 were 1 wa hundred and fifty tit sand, and the British 550,000. A Irenh batth ship ol the Patric s was tm ped led ad I dumagi 'I by B (!e n subm nine in the Mediterranean un Dec nth. I he French I ransporl Maghelan I hi MIS uhl ton vi ssel cat ryin : i!i usand tr iops as also lori 'd. .'.\ Y< i fa: Twelve mi Ne t h t K 1 1 : 1 yesti rdaj by the li ilian ship Saidegnu. Washington: -Maj 11 1 ii ni ra i t, chiel St,ill, told the N 11 ue Mi tat j 1 ommittee thatjthe Aimy General Staf I recommend I with j, 1 logy that the Volu I irded because that time li is come v ben Ihis count ry unh -s it intends li 1 avoid wai %  an) cost must reserl lo m liability to mili'ary tra ining sei vice. FOR SALE \ good invei tl for • 1 me who 1 ontt ing car during the wint< tnonl To be sold at Apply to [ 1: M NOTICE. —:o: 1 nbers of tl ( mission appo 1 I and ii ,r %  l Public Colony (in* luding the Commissioned I men of 1 he Police I %  il a %  to them will eithei al I before ihem at one ol sittings, or iheii 'i id'-. is Miss Dot; 1 Perpall Si ret of thi C ion, 01 lo • KENNETH >N. %  SPECIAL CHRIST MAS SERVICE O N Sum! iv al'11 noon ii' N't. I HRIS'I M \> I.VI < p.m. A Ch iral S< rvjee will I hi Su 1 Schi 11 il Children of Zion Bap tist (. hurch. Appropriate music. Silvi t Collection. Before Buying Your CHRISTMAS CARDS SEE OUR SAMPLES AND PRICES Have l m printed to ; own Tribune Oificc, |i 11 fin l tiec parti" No orders t after Wednes next, the 21st. Si 'early and avoid the rush.



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lollies l'( ally will secure his men from the West and prom iscs In have tlieni in record time. Mr. Beatty is the young (-i v ice i resident the Canadian Pacific Railway ever had ;ui(l also one of the youngest direc tors. He is on the sunny side of forty, having been born at Thor old in J B77. He wi < dm ated ai Upper Canad 1 College, the 1 iversity • %  ( Toronto and ()s de Hall, MIKI joined tinlegal department of the C. I'. R. in 1, and was made chief coun sel a dozen years later. He is one of Canada's Coming men, while Ins quiet, unassuming manner is evidence that he has n"t been spoiled by success. 1 ordinal Merrier of Mai in. -.. One of the warmest friend* the Allies have in Belgium is Car dinal Mercierof Ma lines. From tli' very outbreak of hostilities I 1 lias been a must outspoken 1 ritifi of Prussian militarism, aud has open I j defied (he orders 1 : Von Bissing and other ( %  r m MI rulers of Belgium, in many 1 aspects iiie Cardinal is the mouth piece of down trodden, iquered Belgium, but as long le remains the spirit of Bel giumcannot he crushed. The i. ardinal is sixtj four \ears of "• fi 1 I five inches tall, and with his a. sdietit f o a. d graj ish white hair prei Ms a most striLiutr appearance. A writer in the Literary Digest, speaking of the work of the Cardinal, S ys: "It is impossible to disso ate the p denial from the poli ll n BSOii I'mIns arts, and so the German Governor deneral, who is a bold downright, hard handed, military administrator In Belgium, finds all mouths 'I sed hut one, all arms para i hni one, all heads outward ly huml led hut oneand that our the Cardinal's" There are above 40,000 people of aiy race in (he Bahamas, therefore why should I worry. Instead. I shall simply remain, Yours faithfully, DR. J. A. WRIGHT (Dentist.) Market Street, -Nassau, N. P. fi Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m. Miami-RXCURSIONKey West Motor Vessel PANAMA f 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 good only for 10 days. Nassau, N.P., Dec. 12, 1916. ( % % % % %  •fczer/iSw Xz-Vii-.^'tdiT. § % %  t_ | All Particulars, OFFICE "FR W'C'KS E." Bast Bay street. 7 he Branch Tailoring Dept. 43 King Street. pXM.RlIzNCE bought is nothing lost, then *-* give me a chance at a suit fur you. Tail and Cutter. T. S. NABBIE. WANTED 1 ABOURERS at Old Fort Planta%  -* tion. Men and WomenGood Wages Cutting Sisal. APPLY AT OLD FORT or ROYAL GARAGE, Charlotte Street. f "The Clothes of a Perfect Day" gff Ladies Silk Waists Ladies Silk Sweaters Ladies Overcoats Above is a Job Lot Selling Cheap WM. HILTON, JO BAY ST. Phone 201. J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. o: — I his I obai co made express Ij for J, C. Coaklej Long leaf, Fine flavor and 11 i! 1. Keeps hard and linn. Mad. to cah li tie' trade of those who Know u ii.it good toba 01.Hid have got tin d %  i some of 1 he old brands that have gone bad. 1 i \ e it ,1 trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6}d. per flake 3 (li '/en Bakes al 6d. per Hake Satisfaction guaranteed or nun:' y r< funded. Just a hint—" I lie \llies" 1 ii. Cigars are the best ever, ;iiid still at th' front and good to the (Mid. J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Bay St A Christmas Tree Will be held in the Church Hall on l bursday 21st De (1 mhei. Funds in aid of the RED CROSS. I la is, adults 6d. children 3d. On sale at th: StaJ^m.ir) and Book Store. ^ Doors open at 3.30



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% Nvilltvi* tliMti 111-, hllnrr in VDltia in.,'islil lleliH bound iniwrar to the I)oma of no Master. VOL. XIV NMiviVH,.Bnhm4i, TUtSDAY December 19 1416 No 22 1917 Announcement "Reo Six"" 7 passenger Touring £250 "Reo Four" .5 passenger PERSONAL ITEMS buring 205 NOTE. In July closing the Reo I made a special offer of £346 on (he Reo Six, 7 passenger Touring Caras I had done the previous yeai on ihr R< a Four, 5 passenger touring, but no our need confuse these special offers whit h ;iic transient, with ;! 11 pri 1 Yours, J. P. SIMMS, Reo Auent NOTICE A nyone w ho desires me to si,,,, HOLIDAY (ill l BOXES foi Christmas must s( nil in orders by the 20th. My M lected (irape Fruit is always highly apprt 1 iated. I |Hi! thnn on thed< 01-!, I II. C. CHRISTIE. Canada and lived in British Columbia. At tl e outbn ak ol war IK.' went to France and join ed the Foreign I.' gion and did lid work that tim< after tnnr he was singled out fm special honours. By the mi 1 est chance Ins rial identit) discovered a few days ago. I It has been decorated, offered a commissioi in the British Army, and the old charges against him, which were ne\ er proved, have been iped off the si New Bicycle Tyres FOP Sale H 0 put them on for you free of charge. New American Bicycles for sale. Moderate Prices. BRUCE JOHNSON 4J King Street, Nassau. "WANTED A BUTCHER One who un ders.l^ his busin Apply Tribune Office." UMHaaaaaaaaaauaaauaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa .• ''Paper, ^ii?" >n one >>f the crowded 1 orners <>l Edinburgh, passers by who Stop and answer to the cry "Papt 1, Sir >' notice that the vendor wear.-, a Victoria Cross mi his coat. (ieorge Wilson, an Edinburgh newsboy and still only a lad, joined a I lighland battalion at the outbreak of hostilities. In some of the hard esl fighting at Ypres he located a (iei man mat lime gun which was doing dead I) work, and de;o" for it. Accompanii d by lux hum he' approach ed tinGerman position. The 1 hum was lolled, but Wilson lop! on anil enfiladed the posi tion, shooting the officei and i\ men in charge of the gun and then carried home both the gun and the ammunition. Later he • ed ind wounded at I is and tin reby unfitted for further service at the front. The iboy th ;; r e t u rh e d and r< sumi d his selling of papers in V.dd Hi ekie." I li brilliant achievement is on a par with th'' bi st ol lh,: "deeds ..In .1 have won an Mini tire Kin > William <•/ Wurten I nglishmen aninterested in the announcement that Kin;,' William of Wurtemberg has just celebrated the twenty lift 11 anniversary of his accession to the throne, owing to the fact ih.it he was expi lh d from the Older (,f the t iartei when i manj .oid England went to war lia King, is also in irefor the succession to the English tin ne, but '.he prob ibilitii s an that the sin 1 I --,1111 law w ill In. so al t' red as to 1 irevenI any "I the Germ.in princelings from 1 having a chance to get neai the .... English throne The King R"-Dr.J P. Farrar II, of V Vurt berg is said to be fieri crucible ol war has burned better than the ordinary German away much that was sordid III an( | wa8 qu j te a popular figure he lives 0 the men who are i„ England in pre-war days, pro taking part in the struggle for liberty, Another remarkable of a man who has emerged fiom the ( n. flict purged of dis grace is that of the Rev. Dr. F. P. Farrar, R< ctor of Saudi ingli. 1111 ami formerly dtmt stii chaplain to the King Fi M.II, who w as a son of tinlate Canon Farrar the well known writer, was edut ated .it Cambi and SOI ui mad' a ni.i i k f. II linn self aa prea :hi 1 and 11 unit favourite. Then somi thing 1 11 pened ami he was askt ,1 to re sign his charge. Farrar disap peaied and it is said came to bably due to th.' fact that Inis a splendid rider and < xtremely fond of in rse racing and ol snoits. The King took part in the Franco Prussian War of 1871 as a young lieutenant of I bissais, ;u l( | wiiii the Ir 111 Cniss for gallantry on the held. Notice S EALED Tendi rs will be ived from th" 1st Dec. to the 28th, add '<> th %  Chairman ..I' tin Uniti d Bu 1 nil %  foi I he year i< No. 1. Foi lighting th< Hall. No. 2. Controls to bill the de.nl making 1 otfii ging graves, horse, carri and Thi re must I)fourdistin 'lfications, viz., 1st. For a si ill born and not over 12 mos. 2nd. Kor a IJ mos. and not over 5 yi s, 3rd. I'oi a 5 yrs. and n< I u yrs, 4th. FgrAdul Rights are reservi d for 1 jecting the • %  1 any "I 11, Tenders. fhe Contractor is nslide For Coffins, Gra 1 1 torse, Carriagi di ivt r, I (ea ami Messi ngi 1 1 ee, The Contract pei formed to the satisfacti-m the President. All coffins must be neatly with Breasl Plate, h\ 1 landle and Stubs. Unmai 1 ied a white net. Mann d a black net. A. W. FISHER Presidi (Signed,) JAMES II WALLACE Secy, to the United Burial Society. A 1!'. Beatty, K. C vice presi dent and 1 ral counsel for the Canadian P; Railw iy Company, has offi red to l and equip a c pany of 150 nun for the New Brunswick Continued on 4th 1'. FOR RESUL Advertise in The Tribune. \


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Nvilltvi* tliMti 111-, hllnrr in VDltia in.- ,'islil
lleliH bound iniwrar to the I)oma of no Master.
VOL. XIV
NMiviVH,.Bnhm4i, TUtSDAY December 19 1416
No 22
1917
Announcement
"Reo Six""
7 passenger Touring 250
"Reo Four"
.5 passenger
PERSONAL ITEMS
buring 205
NOTE.
In July closing the Reo
I made a special
offer of 346 on (he Reo Six,
7 passenger Touring Caras I
had done the previous yeai
on ihr R< a Four, 5 passenger
touring, but no our need
confuse these special offers
whit h ;iic transient, with
;! 11 pri 1 .
Yours,
J. P. SIMMS,
Reo Auent
Notice
Anyone w ho desires me to
si,,,, HOLIDAY (ill l
BOXES foi Christmas must
s( nil in orders by the 20th.
My m lected (irape Fruit is
always highly apprt 1 iated.
I |Hi! thnn on thed< 01-!, I
II. C. CHRISTIE.
Canada and lived in British
Columbia. At tl e outbn ak ol
war Ik.' went to France and join
ed the Foreign I.' gion and did
lid work that tim<
after tnnr he was singled out
fm special honours. By the mi 1
est chance Ins rial identit)
discovered a few days ago. I It
has been decorated, offered a
commissioi in the British Army,
and the old charges against
him, which were ne\ er proved,
have been iped off the si
New Bicycle Tyres
Fop Sale
H 0 put them on for you free
of charge.
New American
Bicycles for sale.
Moderate Prices.
BRUCE JOHNSON
4J King Street, Nassau.
"wanted
A BUTCHER One who un
ders.l^ his busin
Apply
" Tribune Office."
UMHaaaaaaaaaauaaauaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
. ''Paper, ^ii?"
' >n one >>f the crowded 1 orners
<>l Edinburgh, passers by who
Stop and answer to the cry
"Papt 1, Sir >' notice that the
vendor wear.-, a Victoria Cross
mi his coat. (ieorge Wilson, an
Edinburgh newsboy and still
only a lad, joined a I lighland
battalion at the outbreak of
hostilities. In some of the hard
esl fighting at Ypres he located
a (iei man mat lime gun which
was doing dead I) work, and de-
;o" for it. Accom-
panii d by lux hum he' approach
ed tin- German position. The
1 hum was lolled, but Wilson
lop! on anil enfiladed the posi
tion, shooting the officei and
i\ men in charge of the gun
and then carried home both the
gun and the ammunition. Later
he ed ind wounded at
I is and tin reby unfitted for
further service at the front. The
iboy th ;; r e t u rh e d
and r< sumi d his selling
of papers in V.dd Hi ekie." I li
brilliant achievement is on a
par with th'' bi st ol lh,: "deeds
..In .1 have won an Mini tire
Kin > William I nglishmen an- interested in
the announcement that Kin;,'
William of Wurtemberg has
just celebrated the twenty lift 11
anniversary of his accession to
the throne, owing to the fact
ih.it he was expi lh d from the
Older (,f the t iartei when i ,
manj .oid England went to war
lia King, is also in ire- for the
succession to the English tin ne,
but '.he prob ibilitii s an that
the sin 1 I --,1111 law w ill In. so al
t' red as to 1 irevenI any "I the
Germ.in princelings from 1
having a chance to get neai the
.... English throne The King
, R"-Dr.J P. Farrar II, of VVurt.....berg is said to be
fieri crucible ol war has burned better than the ordinary German
away much that was sordid III an(| wa8 qujte a popular figure
he lives 0 the men who are i England in pre-war days, pro
taking part in the struggle for
liberty, Another remarkable
of a man who has emerged
fiom the ( n. flict purged of dis
grace is that of the Rev. Dr. F.
P. Farrar, R< ctor of Saudi ing-
li. 1111 ami formerly dtmt stii
chaplain to the King Fi m.ii,
who w as a son of tin- late Can-
on Farrar the well known writ-
er, was edut ated .it Cambi
and SOI ui mad' a ni.i i k f. II linn
self a- a prea :hi 1 and 11 unit fa-
vourite. Then somi thing 1 11
pened ami he was askt ,1 to re
sign his charge. Farrar disap
peaied and it is said came to
bably due to th.' fact that In- is
a splendid rider and < xtremely
fond of in rse racing and ol
snoits. The King took part in
the Franco Prussian War of
1871 as a young lieutenant of
I bissais, ;ul(| wiiii the Ir 111
Cniss for gallantry on the held.
Notice
SEALED Tendi rs will be
ived from th" 1st Dec.
to the 28th, add '<> th
Chairman ..I' tin Uniti d Bu
1 nil foi I he year i<
No. 1. Foi
lighting th< Hall.
No. 2. Controls to bill
the de.nl making 1 otfii
ging graves, horse, carri
and Thi re must
I)- fourdistin 'lfications,
viz.,
1st. For a si ill born and
not over 12 mos.
2nd. Kor a ij mos. and
not over 5 yi s,
3rd. I'oi a 5 yrs. and n< I
u yrs,
4th. FgrAdul
Rights are reservi d for 1 -
jecting the 1 any "I
11, Tenders.
fhe Contractor is n-
slide For Coffins, Gra1
1 torse, Carriagi di ivt r, I (ea
ami Messi ngi 1 1 ee,
The Contract pei -
formed to the satisfacti-m
the President.
All coffins must be
neatly with Breasl Plate, h\
1 landle and Stubs.
Unmai 1 ied a white net.
Mann d a black net.
A. W. FISHER
Presidi
(Signed,)
JAMES II WALLACE
Secy, to the United Burial
Society.
A 1!'. Beatty, K. C vice presi
dent and 1 ral counsel for the
Canadian P; Railw iy
Company, has offi red to l
and equip a c.....pany of 150
nun for the New Brunswick
Continued on 4th 1'.
FOR RESUL
Advertise in
The Tribune.
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to say.do nol hesitate to give Rev. C, A. Dann returned
the widest publicity to these yetserday from a visit to
'facts. Ofcourseit i- ii.i oui's lagged Island and Exuma.
j"to reason why" .it a lime
this, but the graves! re-
sp< visibility attaches to ill
who have Instigau d the mei
sures in question, particular About half past nine on
ly if those measures are not Sundayevening last an alarm
fully justified. of fire was made which,
:o: j howevi r, did nol amount to
Today's radiograms con* jvery much, it being located
Fire
::a: in ADVANoK
->m e.....n i
' in i .
'"' I" l.i,: .
Zhc tribune
; Dec. 19th, 191G
'in.' people are \ery em*
tic .n tatiug that the
1 nni" is going to run to
ssau this season. What
givi 11 1 ise to this rumour
annot conceive. W e ne
c to state on tlw higlx -t
authority th.it there is not
lightest possibility of the
"Miami's" visiting this port,
a-. she i-- nln ady on Ihe Ha-
vana sell dul< .aiid in 1 unning
ulai ly b i\\< i'ii tin re and
W< st. In this con nee-
1 we may state th it we
hope the i >wers that be are
fully justified m 1 lie precau-
ns Hi. . are taking in the
itter ol the arine
re. One thing is 1 ei tain,
I we h ve only lo study
Florida p ipers to see the
nation of that,
1 that is that the rneasun s
have adopted to guard
tinst problematical Ger-
n submai ines, spell a sure
1 tain ruin to the Tour-
eas in in Nassau. Similai
ire islation in Bermu-
: tourist traffic there, and
il ii uot likely that our,
N'oi thern \ i si tors are going
to risk ;i visit to a British
iibilitv of trouble with
' rajdi rs I'he Florida
naturally jubilant
ft the prosper t, and know all
>ut the pr< (autions that
we are talcing, and, needless
in an old mat in the back
yard of the residence of Hon.
T. II. C Lofthouse.
tains two cheering items.
One is that the bulb of the
Roumanian army is safe lie-
hind the Russian lines and
that the Russians have pre
pared strong defences where Admiral Dartige du Four
they will make a stand and net -The busies! man in the
' -' l'1"- Roumanians near East is \.!mir. I I) irtige
l'.' rest and refit. Hie other du Fournet, Commander of
piece of cheering news is thai the Allies naval forces in the
the French have captured in Mediterranean. Recent]] he
the last offensive nearVerdun has been holding confer, nces
,over n,000 prisoners, 11,5 with KingConstantine in an
cannon and 70c machine efforl ,,, make that stubborn,
L-""s- narrow minded mon irch take
The Ward Line S.S. "Mexico" :| reasonable attitude, and
arrive I from New York on Sun one "I his last steps was to
-I v last, Ihe 171I1, nd after
landing th f illow in{j p issen
roi 1 Ii 1 '.. I lav.111,1.
Mi ssrs Ii' .1. Vmoury, Ed.
mund E. Bio n, Arm in Buch
t. 1 kirch, John Burnside. Arthur 1
hi 11,,- i" 1 > nh (1 .\ 'niiiii n
\\. i arpenter, r. Ie( ieorge,
assume ihe role i>f adminis
trator ol Athens. The Admi
ral is sixty ye irs of age, an I
is one of the best knowu na
val men in Ihe employ of the
He saw
Geo. D. Evans,' Lorenzo' Evans, |?rvice. aainst. China, in
.las. C. Ferguson, Edward Frances war with Mam in
George; Wm. C.Johnson, John ,893. "' Morocco, and in
I. Lynch, U'm. J. lander, Eric Mediterranean. He is a Bre
Solomon, Geo. G. Schutt, I larrj
Severin, John A. Stevenson,
Frank Burgess, Harry Erick&on,
Patrick Loftus, Thos. E. Mac
Manus, John Patterson, John
Sullivan, Ja I 1 rney, \\ m
Ward, J'is Rumei ; Mesdat
Harriel E. Buchterkirch, Elea-
nor Cook, Mary C >llms, Eliza
belli Evans. Nellie Ferguson,
Jan. L. Geoi p, Mary A. I lerr-
ing, Charlotte Pi > \mia I'.
W Ilf. Stephanie Zimmerman,
\u. usta Brow n, Mary Collins,
Bertha F ran is, I milj Major,
Kate Regan; Misses Meta But-
ler, Sybil Burnside, Elizabeth
Close, I lairiet Carpi 11 ti r, M 11
garet Middendorf, Clementina
Ross, Mary Smith, Bridget Sul
livan. A gin s Venckus, Ella Wag
ner, Stabia Bzoner, Bertha
Brown, Kan- Devil t, Jennie
Edwins, M irgan t Grant, Mary
Great, Doris I lansen, Majory
Lewis, \\ imln d Lie. Given
Matthews, Vgnes Morrison, V.
na Martin, Cai 1 ie iolonoj, Mary
Shannon, Monica Whalen, An
na Webzel, Elizabeth Miller.
ton by birth, vvhili mosl of
Ins sail,n- c ime from Ins na
live provim 1 .
Now thai re
latious betw 1 en iei man) and
N01 ' ime s 1.....wha 1
strained nil soi is ! specula I inns
ar n indulged in as to w
the out .. e will he Bi
are confi Ie il tl at King Haal< >n
will use whatever influence he
p 1 '- one bel a'.f of the Allies.
I King is in 11 ried to Pi im 1 1
Man I, sistfi of Kim; 1 1 01 L;e of
England while the whole ol the
N egian people have the
most intimate commercial and
economic relations with the
British. Haakon assumed the
throne of Norway when the
country broke away from Swe
dcu several yean ago, I I \ in 1
lo its 1 i*ei proximit) to < Sreat
Britain, Norway lias always
iympathbtic towards
her island nci^lih.,1- than lias
been the case with Sweden.
/'.',. John C Kerr. That
p ivious military exp
is nol abs ilutely ni 1 esi irj to
ike a man a fearless fighter
is shown by a perusal >>\MLi-
list of m< n who have receHy
won the Victoria Cross Pri-
vate John C. Kerr, of tdmon
ton, who '.von the Victoria
Cross, was farming in the
Peace R\\ \ Valli y hen the
war broke out. Befon taking
up farming lie w is chicl at a
hotel in Edmonton He \\as
awarded the Vii toi in ()ross
fi 1 taking single ha 11 l< d and
In inging in as prisoners si)
two Germans, including four
officers. Fortunately Kerr
came out of his little scrap
alive, in that 1 spec! being
better than C01 p. I,eo ( I. 1 k,
a Winnip .; si tidier who was
also given the Vii toria Cross
for having d feated tweir y
(ii rmans Clai k was wound-
. since died ol his
wi iunds
Hon William Hughtt. I I v di.
leal >>f i on (r 1 >t iou in Auslra lia
hill piuva ' s'i ere disappoint
ment 10 Prem. I lughe of Ihe c 001
munwealth, Hugbes lias taken a
p trticulai I) active pan in (lie
aciivities, visiting ihe fronton a
number of occasu >n -, ci 1 1 >pei
mi I working with the British ru
thorities, and doing eve j
p issible '11 have Ins ndoptnl o >un
tiy take a prominei t pa t 11 the
- I' u
militai ism. Hugh only recenth
tied l \ 1 -tiaii 1 from I- ng and
,-. ii. 1- nil 1 it the piipu-
in y that they '.\ i%hed t make
a 111 in' ei nl ihe Coalnk n
C binet. I lushes, kn iv 1 ihe
"'a ninel a 111 ndi r'', meul in Aui
ti 1 lia an .1 young m in 5'ime tin. }
I 'I yea is ig.i ami whi n 1> n
landed mad.- his living foi a
time as an itinerant umbrella
II mdet. Helaiei enti red I *ai li tually became prerajei ol the
country.
His outstanding imperialism
and an ,11 dent s\ inpath\ u ith
the labour pai ty are two of
Ins chid characleristii s.
WHEN THE WAR WILL
END.
When will the Wat end? is
11 e most vital problem for
Wall Strei t as well as for I ni
t d States pri >perity*J^
rhe st'oiy is told in German
1 im lies that a precocious


Announcement =-------
* Mr. Oscar E. Johnson
- TAILOR and CLOTHIER
BEGS to inform his mail) Customers thai he has jus) retui
from New York where he became a graduate of the Mitt \ i
College of Ameriea& was awarded a DIPLOMA ol GBi i n< j in the
everal branches of railoring. Modern Technique and Cutting
being Ins specialty.
this testimonial from such a high quarter will serve as a
Guarantee to confirm the confidence of his clientele in his
:iiul in Ins well known three P's \ 1/ :
['rice. Push, Punctuality. Patron; ge Solicited.
OSCAR E. JOHNSON, No. 9, Market St.
(and X". to (it orge St.)
th in the Fatherland has
solved the probli m.
I eacher: "Now, my |
children, I want to sec how
well you keep posted. Who
n tell the prit < of butti
Littl.i [ke; : "Ican,teacher,
; mai ks 75 pfennig.'
Teai her: l'h<- r< st of you
ought to l' ashamed thai on
lv little I key knows the price
of hut ler. Now here is nnoth
er question that Ikey cann 1
. nswei but s me ol the older
people ought to know. What
1 the pi i' e of the new wai
loan? Does nobody an-
s wer;
Little Ikey: "I know, t<
er <)' I "
1 icher: "Wonderful! Bui
now here is a question no
bod> can answer but must .ill
think about it. Wh ;n will the
war mil? >l 1 ourse nobody
can s \ when it will."
Little Ikeyi "I can tell yo 1,
teacher, wlicn the War will
end."
Peacher: "Of course you
can't, but vou may try.**
Little Ikey: "l he war will
end when the new war loan
is 5 11,^. 7 pfennig and
buttei 96}.* "The Wall
Street Journal Straws."
Telegrams
i 1 cembei 1 |th, 1916.
Pat o:- rhe Roumanian ai mj
has withdrawn safelv for regroup-
ing and refit tiiit-C to Jassy and I
gnrabin un lee the protection of ihe
Russi 111 forces who .ne now hold-
lug the fighting line. The Russi ins
expect la make ilien stand on the
Riuinik Saiai ..... where strong de
1 n p ep 1 '!.
I hi look 11 387 prisoi
,,1 V idun in the fighting ol the
I 1 si Ihiee days besides one hundred
mid fifn 'ii cann in, seven hund I
in i' I 101 ty loui lioml)
throw 1
I I' 1
ihe I 'e N its from it 1 many and
hci \||ies tiom 1 lie Ameiicn Am-
b/l! uloi.
I 1 indon: Pn mier Lloyd Gei
1-. t<> make Ins st itemeni reg irding
the I'u itich governments policj in
the I louse tomorrow,
i 1 id restrictions were pul into
fine e hi England todat. I lotels and
u rerafot liddeu to serve
more than two courses for break-
fast for dinner.
I e Briiifcli 1 Wesiminislti
hag bei ii su ik,
p 1,-.; I !. I i< ncli Admiralty
announced th >t there was no tru Ii
in the si item, hi ihal a Man "l wai
of ii,, i'.in ., class had bi e 1 am-
1 s- df the M n h.is
ahead) been reported.
Berlin:The Teutonic army is
advancing norihward t' Northern
Ii -i 1 in'j 1 and ii ivi cross -I the line
LctMeen Babadaghaod Pecineaga,
my to
1. t hundred
thousand, and the British one mill-
ion three hundred thousand accord
en I 11. autl
I lie ! rench lo ses in
act ivil ies to he end 1
were 1 wa hundred and fifty tit
sand, and the British 550,000.
A I- renh batth ship ol the Patric
s was tm ped led ad I
dumagi 'I by b (!e.....n subm nine
in the Mediterranean un Dec nth.
I he French I ransporl Maghelan
I hi mis uhl ton vi ssel cat ryin :
i!i usand tr iops as also lor-
i 'd.
.'.- \ Y<'i fa: Twelve mi
. Ne t h t k 1
1 : 1 yesti rdaj by the li ilian
ship Saidegnu.
Washington: -Maj 11 1 ii ni ra i
t, chiel St,ill, told the n 11 ue
Mi tat j 1 ommittee thatjthe Aimy
General Staf I recommend I with
j, 1 logy that the Volu I
irded because that time li is
come v ben Ihis count ry unh -s it
intends li 1 avoid wai an) cost
must reserl lo m liability
to mili'ary tra ining sei vice.
FOR SALE
\ good invei tl for
1 me who 1 ontt
ing car during the wint<
tnonl
To be sold at
Apply to
[ 1: M
NOTICE.
:o:
1 nbers of tl ('
mission appo 1 I
and
. ii ,r
l
Public
Colony (in* luding the
Commissioned I
men of 1 he Police I
il a
-
to them will eithei al I
before ihem at one ol
sittings, or
iheii 'i id'-.is
Miss Dot; 1 Perpall Si ret
of thi C ion, 01 lo
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KENNETH >N.

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I HRIS'I M \> I.VI
, < p.m. A Ch iral S< rvjee will
I hi Su 1
Schi 11 il Children of Zion Bap
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Appropriate music. Silvi t
Collection.
Before Buying Your
CHRISTMAS
CARDS
See our SAMPLES
and PRICES
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'early and avoid the rush.


lollies l'( ally will secure his
men from the West and prom
iscs In have tlieni in record
time. Mr. Beatty is the young
(-i v ice i resident the Canadian
Pacific Railway ever had ;ui(l
also one of the youngest direc
tors. He is on the sunny side of
forty, having been born at Thor
old in j B77. He wi < dm ated
ai Upper Canad 1 College, the
1 iversity ( Toronto and ()s
de Hall, mikI joined tin- legal
department of the C. I'. R. in
1, and was made chief coun
sel a dozen years later. He is
one of Canada's Coming men,
while Ins quiet, unassuming
manner is evidence that he has
n"t been spoiled by success.
1 ordinal Merrier of Mai in. -..
One of the warmest friend* the
Allies have in Belgium is Car
dinal Mercierof Ma lines. From
tli' very outbreak of hostilities
I 1 lias been a must outspoken
1 ritifi of Prussian militarism,
aud has open I j defied (he orders
1 : Von Bissing and other (', r
m mi rulers of Belgium, in many
1 aspects iiie Cardinal is the
mouth piece of down trodden,
iquered Belgium, but as long
le remains the spirit of Bel
giumcannot he crushed. The
i. ardinal is sixtj four \ears of
' " fi 1 I five inches tall, and
with his a. sdietit f o a. d graj
ish white hair prei Ms a most
striLiutr appearance. A writer
in the Literary Digest, speaking
of the work of the Cardinal,
S ys: "It is impossible to disso
' ate the p denial from the poli
ll n BSOii I'm- Ins arts, and so
the German Governor deneral,
who is a bold downright, hard
handed, military administrator
In Belgium, finds all mouths
'I sed hut one, all arms para
i hni one, all heads outward
ly huml led hut one- and that
our the Cardinal's"
There are
above 40,000 people
of aiy race in (he Bahamas,
therefore why should I worry.
Instead. I shall simply remain,
Yours faithfully,
Dr. J. A. WRIGHT
(Dentist.)
, Market Street,
-Nassau, N. P.
fi Hours:
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m.
Miami-RXCURSION-Key West
Motor Vessel PANAMA f
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 good only for 10 days.
"
Nassau, N.P., Dec. 12, 1916.
( fczer/iSw Xz-Vii-.^'tdiT. t_ |
All Particulars, OFFICE "FR W'C'KS E."
Bast Bay street.
7 he Branch Tailoring Dept.
43 King Street.
pXM.RlIzNCE bought is nothing lost, then
*-* give me a chance at a suit fur you. Tail
and Cutter.
T. S. NABBIE.
WANTED
1 ABOURERS at Old Fort Planta-
-* tion. Men and Women- Good
Wages Cutting Sisal.
APPLY AT
OLD FORT or ROYAL GARAGE,
Charlotte Street.
f "The Clothes of a Perfect Day" gff
Ladies Silk Waists
Ladies Silk Sweaters
Ladies Overcoats
Above is a Job Lot Selling Cheap
WM. HILTON, JO BAY ST. Phone 201.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
o:
I his I obai co made express
Ij for J, C. Coaklej
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
11 i! 1. Keeps hard and linn.
Mad. to cah li tie' trade of
those who Know u ii.it good
toba 01- .Hid have got tin d
i some of 1 he old brands that
have gone bad.
1 i \ e it ,1 trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6}d. per flake 3
(li '/en Bakes al 6d. per Hake
Satisfaction guaranteed or
nun:' y r< funded.
Just a hint" I lie \llies"
1 ii. Cigars are the best ever,
;iiid still at th' front and good
to the (Mid.
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Bay St
A Christmas
Tree
Will be held in the Church
Hall on l bursday 21st De
(1 mhei. Funds in aid of the
RED CROSS. I la is,
adults 6d. children 3d.
On sale at th: StaJ^m.ir) and
Book Store. ^
Doors open at 3.30


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