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llamJ-EXCURSION=Key_West Motor Vessel "PANAMA" Sails from Nassau to Key West DECEMBER 21st Stopping on way to MIAMI Rotind Trip: Nassau-Miami $12. Nassau-Key West lo. Tickets for return good only for 10 days. "1917 Announcement I £250 Touring 205 NOTE. c Nassau, N.P., Dec 12, 1946. All Particulars. OFFICE "FRANCES h." East Bav Street. SPECIAL CHRIST MAS SERVICEO N Sunday afternoon next, (CHRISTMAS EVE.) at 3 p.m. A Choral Service will be given by the Sun ool Children of Zion Bap tist Church. Appropriate music. Silver Collection. FOR XMAS GIFTS. Go to CAMPLEJOHN on Market St. (next to Armbrister's Shoe Store) Highest Grade Tori Shell-Work. Presents of lhis kind last a life time. You can see them made. For Exchange. R ENTED property in Mount Vernon, 111. and Florida, property in New Provide. •. ' Vhnt have you ? Apply JOHN HENRY Cumberland St, Advertise in The Tribune. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that he lias just received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an under taker, w hich pla< es him in a position tocarryout Funerals that may he entrusted to his care with system and d< 8 patch; and respectfully soli cits their patronage. Gel my price first and prove that they arc the very lowest for first class work. NOTICE A nyone who desin 5 mi ti 1 ship HOLIDAY GIFT BOXES for Christmas must '-end in orders by the 20th. My selected Grape Fruit is always highly appreciated. 1 put them "ii the dorst< p. H. C. CHRISTIE. New Bicyc' l thi >se who know u hat good tobai CO is and ha\ of some of the old brands that have gone had. Give 11 a trial and you will enj< ing like you used to. Prices 6|d. per fl ik< dozen Bakes al 6d. pt r Bake Satisfaction guaranteed 01 mom v n fund* d. Jusl a hint— "The Allies" id. Cigars are the b< st e and Still at the front and good to I lie end. J.C. COAKLEY, 304 Baj A Christmas Tree Will he held in the Church Hall on Thursday 21st I). 1 inir r. Funds in aid of the RED CROSS. Tickets, adults 6d. children 3d. On sale at th • Stationary and Book Store. Doors open at 3.30 "Reo Six'/ 7 passenger Touring "Reo Four" 5 passeneet In Julv closing the Ri 0 year 1916 I made a special 1 ol £ 2 1 1 On the Reo Six, 7 passenger Touring Car as I had don the previous year %  F 1 four mt no one at d 1 a 1 o i: whirh are transient, with ilar pi i< 1 Yours, J. P. SIMMS, Reo Ajjent Notice S EALED Tenders will he ived from the let Dec. to the 28th, addn >sed to the irman of the Unit* d \\urial for the year 1017. No. 1. for cleaning an I ting the Hall. No. 2. Conic in-to bury d< ad making cotfin ging graves, horse, carrii [v arse, i ust ur distincl sp< ifi al i as, viz., 1st. F< 1 a ii! born and not over 1 2 mos. 2nd. 1 or a \2 mos. and not over yrs. 3rd. For a [yrs. and not over 1 a yrs, 4th. "for Adults. Rights are resei ved for j< ting the •win >le 1 r any of the Tenders. The Contractor is r< sp n for Collins, Gnn Horse, Carriagedi iv< r, I le ; I 1 e, C mtracl is to be perto the satisfaction of the Pre lident. All coffins mil-1 be dres d 1 ly with Breast Plate, .' %  I lamlle ;n:d Stubs. I Inmarried a white net. Married a black nef. A. \Y. FISHER Presidi nt. (Signed,) JAMES II. WAI LiKE v. to the United Burial I y.



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/-^, _,-,/'•0 *$ Nulllus addle lua |urire in verb* mSMIIrtrl Beinu bound to %  wetvr to the Doimn.ofno Mnsier. :V> VOL. XIV NUHU H. P.. Bahft.fnM, WF.DNF.SDAY December 20 1916 No 22 L MLBBR9 DUI'I.'OH, Editor anil I'roprietnr. WWKJtk Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis .Vcissnu, .V. /'., ISakamas PHONIC 0. P. O. BOX 103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, We dneeday and Friday— singla copy rue&day, and Thursday single pj Saturday tingle copy Weekly Monthly %  •• Ouarlc.lv * RalfYearly ••••• fearly M l i.l i%  I i'\v \I:I.I: IN AD VANCI: A %  l v-i i I-I !•; Rate*: -JU ueu< |>ei ims I >r first Insertion: tliroe pence per lire for second insertion; and onepennj ri line for subsquent Insertion Advertisements undereight lim ;-. We understand that the Govern meat lias decided in the existing exceptional cit cumstances, not to allow the customary suspension of the Regulations under the Street Noise, Prohibition Act 1899 at the forthcomingChristmas and New Year. MAILS A Mail for l:"h>rida, tn hr de •patched via Miami, Fla., per Motor Vessel "Panama" will he made up and closed on Thursday, the 21M instant, at 8. a.m. I lir> time for closing Foreign Mails 10 l' decpalebad per S.S. "Monterey" is extended to 2 p.m. on Thursday, the 21st inst. The Post Office will lie open on Sunday, December 241I1 for t lie deliveiy of mails due per S.S, "Moire Castle". King Albert. — Holland, which has had an excellent opportunity of witnessing Getman frightfulness is going lo make sure that no Ger B£L. princeling will wear the IhTeii crown. Ponces'; Juliana, the eight year old daughter of Queen Wilhelmina, is the only person standing between the throne and several German princes who are the next heirs, A movetnenl is now on tool among a influential section of the Dutch pe pli to bring al a closer union between Belgium au.l Holland by offering tie Dutch crown to King \lberl in the ev< I of the death of the Princi ts Sine* he out >reak of hostilities, there has be n n great da 1 1 I -MI. expressed by Holland for the King of Belgium and his hero ; p e, and also a growing feeling that 'he inter* sis ol the smaller nations won! be better safeguarded by uni ling theii forces. Should the Dutch princess live there will be nothing I done, bui the canny Hollanders rue ; locking a!i: ad and re clos< ly unde German h fluence. Someeigbtyodd | years ago Belgium and Holland were united hut then separated and and have since maintained separte goTernment. James Couxens. —In this practical workaday age it is s

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Publication Date: Wednesday, December 20, 1916
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Nulllus addle lua |urire in verb* mSMIIrtrl
Beinu bound to wetvr to the Doimn.ofno Mnsier.
:- V>
VOL. XIV
NUHU H. P.. Bahft.fnM, WF.DNF.SDAY December 20 1916
No 22
L MLBBR9 DUI'I.'OH,
Editor anil I'roprietnr.
WWKJtk
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis
.Vcissnu, .V. /'., ISakamas
PHONIC 0. P. O. BOX 103.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wedneeday and Friday
singla copy .........
rue&day, and Thursday single pj
Saturday tingle copy
Weekly ............
Monthly ..........'
Ouarlc.lv........ *
RalfYearly.........
fearly ............Ml
i.l
i-
I
i'\v \i:i.i: in advanci:
A lv-iii-i!; Rate*: -ju ueu< |>ei ims
I >r first Insertion: tliroe pence per lire
for second insertion; and onepennj ri
line for subsquent Insertion .
Advertisements undereight lim ;-.
We understand that the
Govern meat lias decided in
the existing exceptional cit
cumstances, not to allow the
customary suspension of the
Regulations under the Street
Noise, Prohibition Act 1899
at the forthcomingChristmas
and New Year.
MAILS
A Mail for l:"h>rida, tn hr de
patched via Miami, Fla., per
Motor Vessel "Panama" will he
made up and closed on Thurs-
day, the 21M instant, at 8. a.m.
I lir> time for closing Foreign
Mails 10 l' decpalebad per S.S.
"Monterey" is extended to 2 p.m.
on Thursday, the 21st inst.
The Post Office will lie open on
Sunday, December 241I1 for tlie de-
liveiy of mails due per S.S, "Moire
Castle".
King Albert.Holland, which
has had an excellent opportunity
of witnessing Getman frightfulness
is going lo make sure that no Ger
bl. princeling will wear the
IhTeii crown. Ponces';Juliana, the
eight year old daughter of Queen
Wilhelmina, is the only person
standing between the throne and
several German princes who are
the next heirs, A movetnenl is now
on tool among a influential section
of the Dutch pe pli to bring al
a closer union between Belgium
au.l Holland by offering tie Dutch
crown to King \lberl in the ev< I
of the death of the Princi ts Sine*
he out >reak of hostilities, there
has be n n great da 1 1 I -mi.
expressed by Holland for the King
of Belgium and his hero ; p e,
and also a growing feeling that 'he
inter* sis ol the smaller nations
won! be better safeguarded by uni
ling theii forces. Should the Dutch
princess live there will be nothing I
done, bui the canny Hollanders rue ;
locking a!i: ad and be 1 ro ight my m >re clos< ly unde
German h fluence. Someeigbtyodd |
years ago Belgium and Holland
were united hut then separated and
and have since maintained separte
goTernment.
James Couxens. In this prac-
tical workaday age it is s dom that a man worth $50,
000,000 will accept n $5,000
a year job, but Jam* s Cou-
tens, oi Detroit, is a case in
point. Couzens was formerly
vice pi< sident of the ! ord
Company.bul disagreed with
his senior partner over the
hitter's peace mission to Eu-
rope, and resigned his office,
hut still ret.1 ins his Ford
stock, which in amount is
si cond only to that ol Henry
himself. Couzens lias now
acc< pled the position of Po-
lice Commissioner of Detroit
at a salary of 85,000 a year,
but lias turned it over as a
nucleus of a bonus fund
among the police. Couzt ns
took t lie post for the purpose
of cleaning up Detroit, and
is going about it in a thor-
ough, systematic way. His
career will be followed with
unusual interest by Canadi-
ans as Couzens was born at
Chatham, Ont., and still re-
tains a warm affl Ction for the
land of liis birth.
Telegrams
December 1.9th, 1916.
London, 19th,
I lo-

Official New! North of
Dauaumonl ch on a
six mile front ne-
my lint lo a depl hof n
two milescaptui in i-
000 prisoners and 115 guns.
In Moumania th 1 :
hive occupied Buz
We have a I I in Mi s-
opotamia lo aboul and
one half miles Iron; Kut tl
rVmara.
(S
LONG.

201 h Dei ember, :
London: Premier LI
George in the house of corn
nions said thai pi Ci
impossible witho
tion. He asked his he.
whether all th outra
land and" sea c. mid he lie
dated by a few pious pi 1
about the humanity of
C< ntral Powers. The note af-
forded small hope of p< ace.
The Entente would insi it on
complete guarantee against
Prussian militarism.
lie announced that the En*
tente decided to rec niz<
the agents of former Premier
Venezeles. The Entente, he
said, would wait and brim
Germany's terms and guaran-
tees. In the meanwhile I
would put their trust in their
unbroken ai mil s.
Paris: P re m i e r 1'iiand
announced in the senate that
the Allies would send tomor-
row a concerted reply lo the
Central Powers that it isim
possible to take their request
for peace seriously.
Petrogi d: I I e/^ussi 1
havetakTnsMwi*si
defensive li
; the Tt nsive'
Li 'i ''
: 'i
1 e that Carl [as
niail e taken '
C edoni
,1c- would not be
cuted. Gi
oni 1 ai d crui;
and that Capti in !'! \
... to r im "
rine was merely performirt
h'9 '' 1 r .1
W ington!Before tl 1
-. I 1 ommitl Cap-
tain battlesl '
Ne\ 1 ; M '"'
I [| r
md he bi I'u ve ';
1 with 14 U
weftj 1 Id defeat a sni
witl ' '"
. 1 use of I
,1 b\ I batl
in t! md battle
the I nit< I States must 1
th m. He d 1 lared tl
Great Britain had solved
probh 111 of submarine alt, .
by di stroyers and other sma!
scout craft co operating w
aeropl mes on battleships,
,;,] nets. The only eSCl
for the submarine is rj
plunge to a depth of ico.
end stay there,
NT< i-YoWc: *!:- '
the. o:.l. Steel frt.'AVestii
housi 54 37fif,*'ChT5*Foundry
1 ,1' ading 10S, Penna -
WANTED
A BUTCHEROne who ua
derstand his busing
Apply
" Tribune Office."


llamJ-EXCURSION=Key_West
Motor Vessel "PANAMA"
Sails from Nassau to Key West
DECEMBER 21st
Stopping on way to MIAMI
Rotind Trip: Nassau-Miami $12.
Nassau-Key West lo.
Tickets for return good only for 10 days.
"1917
Announcement
I
250
Touring 205
NOTE.
c
Nassau, N.P., Dec 12, 1946.
All Particulars. OFFICE "FRANCES h."
East Bav Street.
SPECIAL CHRIST
MAS SERVICE-
ON Sunday afternoon next,
(CHRISTMAS EVE.) at
3 p.m. A Choral Service will
be given by the Sun
ool Children of Zion Bap
tist Church.
Appropriate music. Silver
Collection.
FOR XMAS GIFTS.
Go to
Camplejohn
on Market St. (next to Arm-
brister's Shoe Store)
Highest Grade Tori
Shell-Work. Presents of lhis
kind last a life time.
You can see them made.
For Exchange.
RENTED property in Mount
Vernon, 111. and Florida,
property in New Provi-
de. . '
Vhnt have you ?
Apply
JOHN HENRY
Cumberland St,
Advertise in
The Tribune.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his
friends and the Public
that he lias just received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under
taker, w hich pla< es him in a
position tocarryout Funerals
that may he entrusted to his
care with system and d< 8
patch; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage. Gel my
price first and prove that
they arc the very lowest for
first class work.
Notice
Anyone who desin 5 mi ti 1
ship HOLIDAY GIFT
BOXES for Christmas must
'-end in orders by the 20th.
My selected Grape Fruit is
always highly appreciated.
1 put them "ii the d- orst< p.
H. C. CHRISTIE.
New Bicyc' For Sale
We put than on for you free
"I 1
New American
Bicycles for sale.
Moderate Prices.
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street, Nassau
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
'I'liis Tobacco made expn
ly for J. C. Coakley
Long I1 af, Fine Savor nd
oa, Kei ps hard and firm.
Made to catch the trade <>l
thi >se who know u hat good
tobai CO is and ha\
of some of the old brands that
have gone had.
Give 11 a trial and you will
enj< ing like you used
to.
Prices 6|d. per fl ik<
dozen Bakes al 6d. pt r Bake
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
mom v n fund* d.
Jusl a hint "The Allies"
id. Cigars are the b< st e
and Still at the front and good
to I lie end.
J.C. COAKLEY,
304 Baj
A Christmas
Tree
Will he held in the Church
Hall on Thursday 21st I).
, 1 inir r. Funds in aid of the
RED CROSS. Tickets,
adults 6d. children 3d.
On sale at th Stationary and
Book Store.
Doors open at 3.30
"Reo Six'/
7 passenger Touring
"Reo Four"
5 passeneet
In Julv closing the Ri 0
year 1916 I made a special
1 ol 2 11' On the Reo Six,
7 passenger Touring Car as I
had don the previous year
F 1
four mt no one at d
1 a 1 o i:
whirh are transient, with
ilar pi i< 1
Yours,
J. P. SIMMS,
Reo Ajjent
Notice
SEALED Tenders will he
ived from the let Dec.
to the 28th, addn >sed to the
irman of the Unit* d \\u-
rial for the year 1017.
No. 1. for cleaning an I
ting the Hall.
No. 2. Conic in-- to bury ,
d< ad making cotfin
ging graves, horse, carrii
[v arse, i ust
ur distincl sp< ifi al i as,
viz.,
1st. F< 1 a ii! born and
not over 12 mos.
2nd. 1 or a \2 mos. and
not over yrs.
3rd. For a [yrs. and not
over 1 a yrs,
4th. "for Adults.
Rights are resei ved for
j< ting the win >le 1 r any of
the Tenders.
The Contractor is r< sp n
for Collins, Gnn
Horse, Carriagedi iv< r, I le
; I 1 e,
C mtracl is to be per-
to the satisfaction of
the Pre lident.
All coffins mil-1 be dres d
1 ly with Breast Plate, .'
I lamlle ;n:d Stubs.
I Inmarried a white net.
Married a black nef.
A. \Y. FISHER
Presidi nt.
(Signed,)
JAMES II. WAI LiKE
v. to the United Burial
I y.


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