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i NVIIIIVIS. n.ddlctua |urar in vrtlm msKulrl Belnn bound In iwt&r to the Doirnm ol no Mnster. NMU N.P.. Bkhnm&i, HLIDAY December 22 1916 No 24 I.. .ai.BSJKT Dl-I'l .11 eM{lar ,ind Proprietor OFK1CK: t\f Shlrlty CKarlo'le Si. .Va.uuu, W. /'., /inAamn? THONK 2t 3 P. O. BOX 103. . PUBLISHED UAH V RATES linnilav, Wednesday and Friday— J sitfilebop, liejday, an 1 Thttralay— single e|>y dav — biii'le Copy perations, 1 and we ourselves, felt swine pity for some of the gentlemen when they were put to the double. Capt. Cole urgM them to come next week in easy clothing and to discard neck ties. So he means to induce pers piration next week! lajly is. ISs. 1'AVAHI.K IN VDVANCK Hvi'itisuii; UattM ; —,s,x i.eno|>er I III3 |"r lust itwjeciifHi; tin,,. pence i*t In e >r tfcond iiujtrtian ; niid nnepennv i'ff line for mNrturnt in.i-iti.in-. L\pe w ii"w that the Teuton adai*e in Uourannia is checked. Ve are w odder ing whether lifft is not something signili aift m the large numbers of brisoners captured during the ec.ent Krenclt^dvance near Ver lun. D tea, ittfpt indicate tliat if (jerman srifclieis are Retting var weary. It rrjrans either this a 1ji.it '.lie aik'e quality of he troops is dfljjrior.it IIIR. The >ost men hav.e-.Wgo to more nn )<>rtnnt renttt? and the other Hails of the linJL.nius! Inman ed I))soldi era, f much lower lightin qualUg." Up to the time of going to press tQday ( DO Telegrams were received at our office. The Ward LiaeS.S. "Morro Castle" sailed from New York at 3 p.m. yesterday with 28 passengers and 50 packages for Nassau. We saw tfiflBfwU organized ye Hjj. ; 1 do* drilling last night "iflKi. Tfey had to id aiflj^^y (ffriainh woiked ith a wv ,NC(B# and again on ookcrs made WRrry over the The political intrigue* takplacti in Greece have so complicated matti is in that unhappy country that no one knows just what the outcome will be. It is, of course, well known that there is a proAlly party under Ex-Premies Venizelos and a pro-German parly under Dr. Streit, n former minister of foreign affairs and now a professor of international law in the University of Ant hens Streil is by birth, education, and inclina tioil of German, and is said to have a in irked influence ovei King Constantino. It was Streit, by the way, who prepared King Constan tine's famous speech which he delivered in Berlin at the end of the second Balkan War. This speech was to the effect that the victories of the Grecian Army were due to the German methods adopted. although he was ,i!>lv assisted by several Other pioiniiieiit generals. Gallieni WHS Military Governor of Paris at the time, and when Von Kluck, in command ol the Ger. mat righl wing, was sweeping down on the French Capital, Gallieni sent Gen. Miuuoury with a Paris garrison in taxicabs and motor lorries and crushed the German right wing. At the same time Gen. Foch,| the rn>st brilliant commandei the Preach have and Joffre's right man, furiously attacked t lie German centre. In the course <>f the fighting "he repented as follows; "My right isciushed, my left is in retreat, I am attacking with my centre.' 1 Foeh so maneuvred | his men in that fight tint he achieved the impossible and crushed and drove b.iek Von fieulow, who Was "Ah weel/'said Ihetaddie, bach ing to a safe distance "Il'l bet y. wouMna ken the richt club tae f Prussians. Ge... Sarrail defeated,|? n Ma rk <* t. (next to Arn the Crown I'MMObefore Na hile the Kritish undei I i French, Haig and Smith-l oirien crushed the Germans opposed to them. I'S Shoe Store) Highest Grade Tortoise Shell Work. Presents of this kind last a life time. You can see them made. Gents: The gas engine ynu sent me stops when theres nothing the matteowith it thats the trouble. It wouldnl bee so bad if it stopped foi some reason and anybody knows theres reasons enough lor it 10 stop, I received the hooa which you sent me which is named What Mikes the Gasoline Engine (in. I ain't read it because wants ihe use reading it when I doni care what makes the gaso iae engine go as long as it goes •fetch mine don't onl> orcasionally, what I want to know is What makes I lie hngiin Stop. If you got a book called that send me one. I want to know what makes my gasoline engine Mop when eveiything is o kand nothing is the matter except that i' must he a rotten engine, Hiram Diggs. — Traction liulletin. —:o: — NOTICE OF REMOVAL K l \K VED From 404 Bay Mn it City, to George Stnet No. 1 1. All work done with ni atness und despatch, ,-is hen -to-fore. Patronage solicited. JOS. II. S. BOWEN, Tailor. A visitor to n Scottish village went l im. Viallicni, — Th* second Rnon the links |o play golf. After Irj nive'sary of the R.uileof Hie M mi* revives the pan pi iyed by the varjobs Allied generals at the German Gettysburg, Gan. Gallieni is generally regarded as leing the man who saved Pniis from the I Inns sotherel ing in vain to lot the I. .ill, he > %  came em iged because the cftdd) lunched at his Rswlcwnrdnes*, "If yea laugh again," he exclaim ed, "I.'I hit you over the head — For Exchange. R ENTED property in Mount Vernon, 111. and \'ew lorida, Provi. f> r prop* 11\ in


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    Title: The Tribune.
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    Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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    Publication Date: Friday, December 22, 1916
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    NviIIivis. n.ddlctua |urar in vrtlm msKulrl
    Belnn bound In iwt&r to the Doirnm ol no Mnster.

    Nmu N.P.. Bkhnm&i, HLIDAY December 22 1916
    No 24
    I.. .ai.BSJKT Dl-I'l .11
    eM{lar ,ind Proprietor
    OFK1CK:
    t\f Shlrlty CKarlo'le Si.
    .Va.uuu, W. /'., /inAamn?
    THONK 2t 3 P. O. BOX 103.
    .
    PUBLISHED UAH V
    RATES
    linnilav, Wednesday and Friday
    J sitfilebop, .....
    liejday, an 1 Thttralay single e|>y
    dav biii'le Copy
    perations,1 and we ourselves,
    felt swine pity for some of the
    gentlemen when they were put
    to the double. Capt. Cole urgM
    them to come next week in easy
    clothing and to discard neck
    ties. So he means to induce pers
    piration next week!
    7
    tinthlv
    ...! ''
    liailfd*
    fcn*Veail>
    lajly
    is.
    ISs.
    1'AVAHI.K IN VDVANCK
    Hvi'itisuii; UattM ; ,s,x i.eno- |>er I iii3
    |"r lust itwjeciifHi; tin,,. pence i*t In e
    >r tfcond iiujtrtian ; niid nnepennv i'ff
    line for mNrturnt in.i-iti.in-.
    L\ a~? WT------------------
    tyur n-vvs from, the war is nut so
    las ,t used to bo. Presumably
    ,Jljs rs Ik cau.se tne wintry weatli
    I I Compels pfolongcd lulls in
    - afria'.i'.ns. During the summer
    jtpull was interpreted different-
    _U Jt oUen meant that prepara
    Jionfc were in rngiess for a big
    Kittle somewhere and news was
    lelef back until the blow was
    truck. We are beginning to
    i'>pewii"w that the Teuton ad-
    ai*e in Uourannia is checked.
    Ve are w odder ing whether
    lifft is not something signili
    aift m the large numbers of
    brisoners captured during the
    ec.ent Krenclt^dvance near Ver
    lun. D tea, ittfpt indicate tliat
    if (jerman srifclieis are Retting
    var weary. It rrjrans either this
    a 1ji.it '.lie aik'e quality of
    he troops is dfljjrior.itiiir. The
    >ost men hav.e-.Wgo to more nn
    )<>rtnnt renttt? and the other
    Hails of the linJL.nius! In- man
    ed I))- soldi era, f much lower
    lightin qualUg."
    Up to the time of going to
    press tQday( do Telegrams were
    received at our office.
    The Ward LiaeS.S. "Morro
    Castle" sailed from New York
    at 3 p.m. yesterday with 28
    passengers and 50 packages
    for Nassau.
    '
    We saw tfiflBfwU organized
    ye Hjj.; 1 do* drilling last night
    "iflKi. Tfey had to
    id aiflj^^y (ffriainh woiked
    ith a wv ,Nc(b# and again on
    ookcrs made WRrry over the
    The political intrigue* tak-
    placti in Greece have so com-
    plicated matti is in that un-
    happy country that no one
    knows just what the outcome
    will be. It is, of course, well
    known that there is a pro-
    Ally party under Ex-Premies
    Venizelos and a pro-German
    parly under Dr. Streit, n for-
    mer minister of foreign affairs
    and now a professor of inter-
    national law in the Univer-
    sity of Ant hens Streil is by
    birth, education, and inclina
    tioil of German, and is said
    to have a in irked influence
    ovei King Constantino. It
    was Streit, by the way, who
    prepared King Constan
    tine's famous speech which
    he delivered in Berlin at the
    end of the second Balkan
    War. This speech was to the
    effect that the victories of the
    Grecian Army were due to
    the German methods adopt-
    ed.
    although he was ,i!>lv assisted by
    several Other pioiniiieiit generals.
    Gallieni whs Military Governor of
    Paris at the time, and when Von
    Kluck, in command ol the Ger.
    mat righl wing, was sweeping
    down on the French Capital, Gal-
    lieni sent Gen. Miuuoury with
    a Paris garrison in taxicabs
    and motor lorries and crush-
    ed the German right wing. At
    the same time Gen. Foch,|
    the rn>st brilliant commandei the
    Preach have and Joffre's right
    man, furiously attacked tlie Ger-
    man centre. In the course <>f the
    fighting "he repented as follows;
    "My right isciushed, my left is in
    retreat, I am attacking with my
    centre.'1 Foeh so maneuvred | his
    men in that fight tint he achieved
    the impossible and crushed and
    drove b.iek Von fieulow, who Was
    "Ah weel/'said Ihetaddie, bach
    ing to a safe distance "Il'l bet y.
    wouMna ken the richt club tae it wi'l"
    SPECIAL CHRIST-
    MAS SERVICE
    0\ Sunday-afternoon next,
    (CHRISTMAS EVE.) at
    5 P in. A Choral Service will
    given by the Sundriy
    School Children of Zion Bap
    tist Church.
    Appropriate music. Silver
    Collection.
    FOR XMAS GIFTS.
    1 in to
    Camplejohn
    in command of six divisions <>f
    Prussians. Ge... Sarrail defeated,|?n. Ma.rk<* t. (next to Arn
    the Crown I'mmo- before Na
    hile the Kritish undei I i
    French, Haig and Smith-l oirien
    crushed the Germans opposed to
    them.
    i's Shoe Store)
    Highest Grade Tortoise
    Shell Work. Presents of this
    kind last a life time.
    You can see them made.
    Gents: The gas engine ynu sent
    me stops when theres nothing the
    matteowith it thats the trouble.
    It wouldnl bee so bad if it stopped
    foi some reason and anybody knows
    theres reasons enough lor it 10 stop,
    I received the hooa which you
    sent me which is named What
    Mikes the Gasoline Engine (in. I
    ain't read it because wants ihe use
    reading it when I doni care what
    makes the gaso iae engine go as
    long as it goes fetch mine don't
    onl> orcasionally, what I want to
    know is What makes I lie hngiin
    Stop. If you got a book called that
    send me one. I want to know what
    makes my gasoline engine Mop
    when eveiything is o kand nothing
    is the matter except that i' must
    he a rotten engine, Hiram Diggs.
    Traction liulletin.
    :o:
    NOTICE
    OF REMOVAL
    Kl \K VED From 404 Bay
    Mn it City, to George
    Stnet No. 1 1. All work done
    with ni atness und despatch,
    ,-is hen -to-fore. Patronage
    solicited.
    JOS. II. S. BOWEN,
    Tailor.
    A visitor to n Scottish village went
    l im. Viallicni, Th* second Rn- on the links |o play golf. After Irj
    nive'sary of the R.uileof Hie M mi*
    revives the pan pi iyed by the var-
    jobs Allied generals at the German
    Gettysburg, Gan. Gallieni is gene-
    rally regarded as leing the man
    who saved Pniis from the I Inns sotherel
    ing in vain to lot the I..ill, he >
    came em iged because the cftdd)
    lunched at his Rswlcwnrdnes*,
    "If yea laugh again," he exclaim
    ed, "I.'I hit you over the head
    For
    Exchange.
    RENTED property in Mount
    Vernon, 111. and
    \'ew
    lorida,
    Provi.
    f> r prop* 11\ in
  • \\ li.it have you ?
    Apply
    JOHN HENRY
    Cumberland Sf
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    DONT GROPE IN
    THE DARK.
    Electric Flashlights
    And Supplies
    HlllUlllllllllUliilH
    The Branch Tailoring Dept.
    43 King Street. \
    EXPERIENCE bought is nothing lost, rt,eq
    *-* give in, a chance nt a suit for you. Ta 4
    and Cutttr.
    k. S. NABBIE.
    DRINK
    Large Stock of high Grade Electric Flashlights, batter-
    and llulbs.
    Penlig'ht -here is a Pocket I>. ; light in a most com
    I t form shaped like a fouotain Pen with a clip lo hold
    it in the po< ket.
    WELCH'S
    Grape
    Juice
    PRICES
    Quarts, 2s. 3d. i ;l7.
    P'nts, is. 4d.,
    15s. per do/
    1 Pints, 9d.
    8s. 6d. pei doz.
    Pints, 5d. *" .
    4s. 6d. pet doz.
    At BLACK'S
    222 Bay St.
    And The Nassau Candy Kitchen
    I lot.el Colonial _.
    Here isa First Class Electric Bicycle Lamp, has a
    3 Volt Battery which would give about i*2o hour Interuii
    tent service, and will outlast four Ordinary Cell.
    W. A. WEEKS
    : I :' r rcet,
    I'Ik ne 51 j.
    LOOK!
    .>
    The Tribune" Office
    FOR
    Commercial and Artistic Printing.
    BBFORE PUKCrMSlUG
    ' Sanl : Cl us, ( ,11 .:: Ma
    lt rinmeje li Slaughtering pfi-
    V, c< b iii T( >Ysj,
    ^T* \U\ nugli ilie war is on, we
    SI cannot forget the Kiddie.
    /1
    Vou ( .hi r t the best V 1
    cheapest swenleisiA io#n
    Mme JeTWcoe.


    M/55/XG- T5SUS


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