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Nulllvia twliiii m lurara in varba me.Mta'trl Being bound mimnr to ih I)o|tnai of no Master. VOL. XIV Nnianvi N. P.. Hnhnnyn.*. TUESDAY December 26 1916 No 2b Enamel Beds, A c r* I and Springs, An Escape From \Fancy Goods, and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin, Bay St. and '/ictoria Ave. New Bicycle Tyres For Sale We put them on fur you free of charge. New American Bicycles for sale. Moderate Prices. BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street, Nassau. Strasbourg. (Founded on Pact) By C. DUDLEY LAMPEN. 1 There are Jibove 40,000 people mf my race 111 the Bahamas, berefore whj should I worry. Instead. I shall simply remain, Yours faithfully, DR. J. A. WRIGHT (Dentist.) 7 Market Street, Nassau, N. P. )ffice Hours : 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m. AA A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public lat lie has just received a nnplete outfit of facilities r the business of BO under ker, which places him in a t>sition to carry out Funerals at may be entrusted to his re w/th system and des trhmfcd respectfully soli :s tiieTr patronage. (Set my l>J ce "rst and prove that y are the very lowest for t class work. Continued from Sn.turda.y "The sound ofrunniog water now became very much more distinct; but 1 had no notion r how f;tr it might be beneath me lor whither it flowed. "Never shall I forget the strain involved in the lifting of that huge stone; but desperation so stiffened iny back and strengthened my muscles that ill a few minutes it was laid upside down on the floor of my cell, I lien I proceeded to lind (he depth of the cavity. This I accomplished by tearing my handkerchief into strips; and, having weighted it with one of the broken legs of the stool, lowering it into the opening I let it down about six feet — that is .is far as my line would allow; but on pulling it up found to my disappointment that the leg was dry. After this I tore strips from mv shirt to lengthen the line, and tried again, lowering it this time about ten feet. To my joy the log now splashed into the stream. Next I had to ascertain the depth of the water After much pondering boots. pure water and not a sewer as I had feared. '"Having now put on my wet shoe, 1 lei myself down into the hole. It admitted mv body easily. Here I hung by the Angers for a few seconds before I dared to take the plunge. Presently one of my hands slipped, and immediately I found myself above mv middle in ice cold water, which was running with some force towards the river. ''With infinite difficulty I began to make my way into the black darkness in the direction of the outlet, for such there must be. For some distance—how far I cannot tell, it seemed a very long way— there was ample room, and I had only to wade along, groping with my hands to avoid possible projections Presently I arrived at a great ledge in the roof which seemed altogether to bar my progress. It came dou 11 to the very surface of the water, which rushed under it with con siderable force, There was no other outlet: I must either plunge beneath the flood or return by the way which I had come. I let down one of my boots. M >' ( f h j. ,ime m >" }*| l fP T , •,, i. ( 1 were feeling the eflects ol the It sank without trouble toi I „ ., _,___" , . ., .. 1


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L 8ILBJ :r D| PUOH, %  • inr %  101 Corner Shirley & Char-Inn* Sta Ham Bahama* TBONI 880 p. o. HOX 188 ous and resourceful fight inst the under sea pirate*. —;o:— A very enjoyable Christmas Som Service was tendered by theZion Sundav School child PUBUSHKD MA.LY | ren on Sunda, afternoon. Rev. KA 1 lib ||. p. Dann who had efficiently !.n.W(1 i l cs .i a > :V trained the children conducted the service Th< audience wai fairlv large and evidently enjoy y %  rear!*... ... vi ,ed itself rM I * Ml . %  IN ADVANCK Telegrams -:-Six I i ,. i) ember 23id, igi6. lion; i .,..., \\ ,o Summar) ;. s "" v !, ; i "• I" the l'-'lnidja re K ioiinf U„ u ,r '" ieme "' m-.nia -I„..MI, ii i/ — |ni.iniii wneie tii* Kusso Roumanian l lot | ive iume.1 f.n ihe invaders ,„,„.,. the feutons have heen driven from •• i • H, raw heights in the i eft ion of Balabancm nd Du.ch.loi. and the Ru*. issariiy be Held to he in atreenu-nl .., „ ..,i .> .. • MOsHnd Roum.niansaredrsput. i lnsuch inttancn,* in ," ,hem in violent 1..ittle itof*£a7i le possession of the other positions '• %  IW that the matter or point of viexv ; a'Oi.g this line. irsd of sufficient inttrttt and in Mi fc u-arr.inf /III'I,'. I XTbe UviDune Ti BSDAY, Dec. 26, 191&. In Itoumania proper the Teutons sre advancing alone both sides of the Insure Corittorl Road but are -meeting with Steady resistance. Along ihe Pirliistan-Kuka front the I'eutnns hsve pushed back the advance guard of the defenders, I Except lor battles in Roumania '"ere is an agitation in nd in ihe i'aip*thians southeast Britain in favour of ' t he CanipaluHg-Jacoben railway is railed the "Ton for h "'""' Russians have captured policy as against the !" b 'L Bh ft ; '" d Ht v ri<, s Gen %  ",,K; points on the Russian front v e ian submarines ram |. c ks y .he Russians have I en ^lgn. Ihe British Govern-[''•pulsed hole activity is being dig lias been urged to let p ,a V*d the artillery duels ,ve m order that it might regulate its conduct for the future. Secretary Lansings final state ment formally prepared and issued aitei he had been called to the while house for a c .nference with I lesident Wilson declares that he had not intended to intimate that the t'niied States was consider mg any change in its policy of neutrality and that the whole tone and language of the note were suf ncient to indicate its purpose with out further comment on his part. 24th December, 1916. London:—The foreign office states that there is hardly a possibility that tlie reply to the German peace note will be des patched before Christinas. It is even possible that the answer will not be forwarded within ten rjaj s. Pi t ograd:—Russian troops in the Roumanian provinces of Dobrudja continue to retieat northward. Russian rear-guard yesterday fought an engagement with the Teutons who continue to advance. Central P owers known the been spirited at various hits that lor every ton ofslm.mu* *'""""" ', "",''>;' " '" re ,,..!. .„.,. snipping porisa laidon British irencliesand sunk by German or Austrian the capture of officers and 26 men submarines we will demand lo another raid Mriti h troops en a replacement to the same U Teil ( pri,l;m trenches near Arras 'unt at the close of the ba l we U re i ecled •'— ir Ai,f ,4.\ 111 Ihe di rmans .11 • ir "nt <>f the available "ppmg of our foes. It is nianians were forced to yield ground at some point^and the Russians lost a lieightKoith of Ruzen road but repulsed all other attacks. The evacuation of Tultcha and Isaktcha in Dobrudja is announced. Rome:—It is reported that Pope Benedict regarding Presi dent Wilson's note to the bel liegernts said it is a document showing honesty, justice and farsightedness of the American president. El Paso, Texas: -A detach merit >>f the 3rd Kentucky mili itia infantry stationed near here used machine guns last night on Mexican| snipers. Snipers had tired twenty shots into Jhe American camp. One sniper^as killed and the others fled. It is reported that Villa has (aptured Sam Pedro de las Calonias northeast of Torreon taking prisoner 110 Carran/a troops. 1 AN ESCAPE FROM BOURG. STRAS K t; teved that sued a threat ai oui part would appeal to the prudence of the enemy .re violently bombarding the I.ouvemont Va'ux *ec tor. Snow and rain are falling i n Macedonia and aside from an en B igernenl in the Cerna Rivet bend region no infantry fiRhting has and might cause the merrnn. ..1 .-, b ' tut "lercaniUn pi.ice m this sector e class in Germany to work President Wilsons note to the for a slowing down of the present policy of sinking all London:—Sir Norman Hill, Secretary of the Liverpool Steamship Owners stated that from August nth, 1914 to Oc tober, 1916 the British lost 435 steam vessels each more thau 1 foo tons. 1.744,000 tons gross register were lost through war peril The losses represent 12 percent in number of Vessels or eleven percent in tonnage being less than one half of one percent per month. 26th December, 1916. London. -Following the vie tory against the Turks and ihe capture of El Arish, 90 miles east of Suez Canal British forces in Egypt captured strong Turkish positions at Maghdadah 20 miles southeast of El Arish (Continued from I SI p". either to escape or drown, I took the plunge. I he latter very nearly hapI ; for the water in several places came clt.-e up to the very I roof, and for some distant e I bad to k< ep my face under the water till I almost bunt for want of a breath of air. In fact, had I not turned my bead back and placed my note against the roof, where there was sometimes a tiny space above the surface of the stn am, I could never have completed my jour ii' J alive. Altogether, the experience \\ as a horrible one, and several times 1 gave myself up for lost. After some distance the roof takmg 1100 prisoners, two guns [began (..slope upwards, and be and|a quality of war mateiial. fore long I was again able to stand upright. By tins time I belligerents urging a discussion of peace was officially interpreted to that the Teutons can ".' %  t at ,' N ' no1 b "" rio *y threat that %  |* *j-h wa f ,„„,: TSS.'SStSSJaiSf lionea on the subject in the j tinued mvatioa of its rights by ihe I louse of Commons, he pro' warrina p iwerson both tides. This mised to give it consideration Interpretation was made late In lay but as he went mil .>f ,.n;,... hy Secretary Landing in %  fo.mal ilattmeni issued 10 over take what Berlin:— Von Mackensens Dob rudja army after capturing Isak tcha on the Danube has begun i v stream, which flowed, so 1 was both soaked to the skin and shivering with the cold of the g lie went out of office soon after, we do not know whether the suggested policy will he adopted. The recent appointment of Admiral leUicoe as First Sea Lord should ensure a more vigor an attack on the bridgehead in the northwestern corner of \)*A> rudja Province to which the RuSSO Roumanians have retreat > d ii loss the Danube. In Eastern Wnilachia engage menls are now in progress O Austro German troops repulsed two Russian attacks on Oitus Valley. Petrograd:-— A renewal of heavy lighting is in progress in guessed, from a spring within the fortifications. "It took me a considerable timeI should say an hour, but it seemed many hours,SO intense was mv anxiety — before I caught the first faint glimmer ol .. ,' h ". 1.11. nut ianii);ii|lll]ICI Ul were ehar.-crerised as w?dMnread 1 '1 ^" 11 ' raiisylvaiiian front light which told me that. I Was misconstructions placed on one ^ made earlier 111 the day <-aving that because of the increasing critical position of the 1 nired Slates at a neutral il was e iiile-l t., know exactly what each bulligeieni seeks approaching the out<^^orld. Again the roof sloped driWn, and once more I was obliged to dive into the waler, through which, "lowever, light now distinctly Eastern Wallacbia. The Ron • shone j and presently I shot out -Ji ..



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!!' into the I met i .broad, swift stream of Sua Rhine. I Hn a strong swimmer, but the current of the river soon swept me past the fortress, which I could dimly discern by the light of the stars. I was afraid to strike for the shore, knowing that I should be cer tain to encounter one of the numerous sentinels; and had it not been for a friendly cargo boat moored some distance out in the stream, I think the weight trusted myself again to the river, for I could find no small boat; and yet if I delayed till dawn, I knew I should certainly be captured, for my escape would then be discovered, Pre sently it struck me that by allowing the vessel to drift with the stream I might COV( I distance and be able to get ashore without difficulty. "It did not take many mill utes to carry out this idea, with the result that I was soon swept of my boots and wet military away from the proximity of the fortress and into the darki i leal of tha town The dawn was dimly breaking as the boat grounded ou the w< stern bank Without delay leaped ashore long blue blouse, Started across the fields in the direction of the dis taut hills. "Howl begged my way to Coblenz; how in the dead of the night 1 stood b\ m\ mother's grave; and how I recovered mv money, which, in her dying moments, she had entrusted to the safe keeping of a friend, would make a long Story. Suf lire to say that I was able to elude the officials of mj country, though narrowly escaping recapture on several occasions; and on September l8th, 1896, I landed at Harwich, my object ig to find mj sister, who, as I learnt, had taken a position as governess in Kent. "No sooner had I stepped on shore than a voice -peaking in my own tongue cried, 'A word with you, comra< lei' "I looked up startled and saw the unmistakable face of a fel low countryman ". Yon are wearing the Cer man uniform under that blouse,' he said. clothing would have dragged me to the bottom, I*o tins boat I clung in des Deration, for I could s-\ im no jpHtliei; and such was the strength of the current that, as!'lad in my I clutched a rope, my legsjandat once swung away from l! 'as though the hungry waters struggling to retain me in their chilh grasp. "There was no sound indicative of the presence of a crew on board; and so. unable any longer to endure tie cold, I clambered over the stern and made rm way to a little deck house All was darkness within, and, after listening attentively and detecting no sound of breathing -which would certaillly have been audible if any one had been sleeping there —I entered and groped about in the hope thai I might be able t.> find a change of clothing "In this 1 was unsuressful But I found a large towel, and, having stripped, I rubbed my half frozen limbs into a glow, There was nothing for it then but to again put on my wet clothing Before doing so I wrung them and rubbed them as dry as possible, but they felt horriblj cold and clam mj never theless. The Branch Tailoring Dept 43 King Street. XPF.RIENCE bought is nothing lost, • a suit for you. Tailor E an Culler. T. S. NABBIE. "I had now to device some way of disguising myself, ai Well as to find SOmi food and and the means of getting on Shore, The first of these came to hand most unexpectedly in i!ie shape of a long butchers smock of blue linen, which not only covered me from head to foot, but helped to keep a little warmth in my body. Foi a long time I could find NO food, but, after turning out several draw ers, [discovered a portion of lao.JfcsjUsa::'' and some hi -cu its, all Wwhich I ate, for I was faint and desperately hungry. "Escape from the barge--for it was somewhat of that build— seemed impossible, unless I "Now I had rolled the legs of my tn users well up so as to co.i ceal the cl< th, but his sharp eye had detected one little glimpse industrial centreedf the 0 ofdte scarlet stripe ta^l&Tft that it was his delight to aid Ins friends. "I related to him my story over an excellent me.d.afti 1 wards arraying my person in a suit which he provided. It is, as you can see, much too small for me. but it is safer, than that in which I made my escape. Foi except for the theft of the ' % %  t man uniform which by this time has been returned to Strasbourg—I could not be arrested %  m English s< i "No, IM said my visitor with a vig irous g sture, when I i I ed him mntn'i, "/ it is not vat I vant — 1 vish only to v*ind mein sister." (Concluded.) Von have Stolen those (lothes, I say!' he repeated with a fierce look. "1 turned to flee —whither I knew not — when mv new BC quaintance burst into a laugh. 'I tad been the (ierman Consul it would have gone hard with you, fellow countryman but fortunately, you havi found a friend. Come with me. "He took me into a house, and there told me that he was a resi dbnt in Harwich having former T II K London Directory Published Annually E NAI'.l i.s trader* throughout the W .|i i t ., immunicate direct with ash MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS in each cla Is. Beaidee being a complete commercial guide to I. melon and its suburbs, the I >irei I lists I f EXPORT MERCHANTS with the goods they ibip, and the Colonial and Foreign Markets they supply; BTKAM8HIP LINES arranged nndei the Ports t<> which Ihey sail, and indicating t tie approximate Bailing PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTICES of lea tin;: Manufacturers, Mercl .'mts, etc., in the principal provincial i< wni ami Cnited Kingdom. edition will be receipt of P %  il Oi let for 20' rs seeking Agencies can advertii • then trade cards for £1, or larger adver tiaenv nts fe <:;i £ 5. THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD 52 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C. WANTED D WELLING HOUSE with not less than 7 rooms. Parties desiring t>> trade will ly escaped, as I had done, from .notify a German military prison, and' '•Tribune" Office. L PROVIDENT 'TENT" No. in Branch of the Bahamas District, No of the INDEPENDENT OKDE R OF RECHABITES. The Officers and Members of the above, will meet at the Tent Room 1 >ec. 1916 at 3 p. m. to af ice at Trinity Church, in oration of its 34th anniversary. 1 ice will he cohd icted by Rev. Bro. Allworth I 4 p. m. Friends of the Order are invited to attend. F. A. COLEBUOOK P.C. R. European Agency. I NDi.N S promptly execut ed at lov esl prices for all kinds ol Bl itish and Continental goods, including Si China, JjJarthei I \. Ii Motoi %  \. • I I Mill Js, Km. %  1 . net Perfui Hai i.ils, Jewi llery, P ; hie and 11 1 V.\ im as and Oil etc. •mil i .... 3 /i.e. I C Id M AcWILLIAM WILSON & SONS I Established i 25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C. JK For Exchange. R E XTl'.D pi in Mount Vernon, III. and f lo for property m New Providence. What II.IM you ? Apply JOHN HENRY Cumberland



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mm* THE AMERICAN BISON ii fast becoming extinct, but this fact need not trouble the housewife. Her interest is centred on the fact that, thanks to SUNLIGHT SOAP, the terrors of wash-day have become quite extinct. With SUNLIGHT SOAP as a helper the wash is quickly over. Labour is reduced by its use—time is saved and the clothes are preserved. SUNLIGHT SOAP does the work. It is made for that purpose. TRY IT AND SAVE YOUR * TIME AND MONEY. DONT GROPE IN THE DARK/ Electric Flashlights \ And Supplies TAILORING -; A. J. KEMP —TAILOR— And Artistic Cutter Graduate of tlie Jno. J. Mitchell's School of Garment Cutting HEW V RK Is prepared to nivr. ibe Lutes: Kaifaioai and the best satisfaction to the general public REPAIRING. CLEANING and PRESSING carefully attended to. TAILORING YOUR PATR.ONAGE appreciated. will be Large Stock of high Grade Electric Flashlights, batteries'and Quito. Penlig'ht here is a Pocket Daylight in a most com pact form shaped like a fountain Pen with a clip to hold it in the pocket. No. 572 East Bay Street NASSAU HAH A MAS. Imperial West Indian Assurance Association, LI MI TE D. WEEKLY and Authorized Capital £5,000 — LOW BATES FOR K & ACCIDENT BENEFITS LIFE INSURANCE Here is a First Class Electric Bicycle Lamp, has 3 Volt Battery which would give about 120 hour Interim* tent service, and will outlast four Ordinary Cell. W. A. WEEKS n 54 Eat Bay Street, Phone 513. Prompt and S atisfactory Adjustments of Claims. HOME OFFICE:— 264 Bay Street, Nassau. t The Tribune" Offi64 FOR ^ Commercial and Artistic Printing.



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Nulllua ruiiiic mi lurare in verbs metitstrl Blrt|| bound inm.nr to the Uo|mMn(no Master. VOL. XIV Nnianu V P.. Ilnhmtytn. TUESDAY December 26 1916 No 26 Enamel Beds, A r+ r* and Spring An Escape From Fancy Goods, -. Strasbourg. and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin, Bay St. and Victoria Avz. New Bicycle Tyres For Sale We put them on fur you free of char. New American Bicycles for sale. Moderate Prices. BRUCE JOHNSON .12 Kin;,' Street, Nassau. There are above 40,000 people of my race ill the llahamas, therefore wbj should I worry. Instead. I shall simply remain, Yours faithfully, Da. J. A. WRIGHT (Dentist.) 37 Market Street, Nassau, N. P. Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. {Founded on Fact) By C. DUDLKY LAMPEN. .^T*rt.^T^,W^^, i ^ U ^^ T .^ Continued from Se.turde.y not a sewer "The sound of running water now beeame very much more distinct; but I had no notion how far it might be beneath me or whither it flowed. "Never shall I forget the strain involved iii the lifting of that huge stone; but desperation so stiffened my back and strengthened my muscles thai in a tew minutes it was laid upside down on the Boor of my cell, I lien I proceeded to find the depth of the cavity. This I accomplished by tearing mv hand* kerchief into strips: and, having weighted it with one of the broken legs >f the stool, lowei ing it into the opening Sundays, 9 ton a.m.,' let it down about six feet— i that is as far as my line would allow; but on pulling it up found to ray disappointment that the leg was dry. After this I tore si rips from W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER [NESIRES to inform bis f friends and the Public my shirt to lengthen the line, that he has just received aIand tried again, lowering it complete outfit of facilities this time about tin feet. To for the business of an under j my joy the log now splashed taker, which places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his iare ^th system and des '/ %  patchm^rd respectfully soli pts tiir patronage. Gel ray price fust and prove that they are the very lowest for r irst class work. into the stream. Next 1 had to ascertain the depth of the water. After much pondering I let down one of my boots. It sank without trouble, fol I felt it touch the bottom, and on pulling up the line found that the stream was fully four feet in depth and that it was pure water and as 1 had feared. "Having now put on mv wet shoe, 1 let myself down into the bole. It admitted my body easily. Here I bung by the fingers for a few seconds before I dared to take the plunge. Presently one of my bands slipped, and immediately I found myself above my middle in ice cold water, which was running with some force towards the river. 'With infinite difficulty I began to make my way into the black darkness in the direction of the outlet, for such there must be. For some distance—how far I cannot tell, it seemed a \ery long way— there was ample room, and I had only to wade along, groping with my hands t<> avoid possible projections Presently I arrived at a great ledge in the roof which seemed altogether to bar my progress. It came down to the very surface of the water, which rushed under it with con sideiable force, There was no other outlet: I must either plunge beneath the flood or return by the way which I had come. "By this time my feet and legs were feeling the effects of the cold water, and I by no means relished a further ducking; but there was no help for it, and so, with n desperate determination Continued on Third Pivge. 1917 Announcement "Reo Six V '~ 7 passenger Tourin • £250 "Reo Four" 5 passenger Touring 205 NOTE. In July closing the I year ipifj I made ,1 offer of £246 on the Ri w Six, 7 passenger Touring Car a I bad di ne the pre\ ions year on the Reo four, 5 pa--• %¡ louring, but no one need confuse these special offerr. which are transient, with regular pria si Yours, J. P. SIMMS, Reo Agent FOR SALE "Peerless" 7 passenger UOTOR I A good investment for one who contemplates n ing car during the %  •, months. To be sold at a moderat. price. Apply to WALTER K MOOR] OF REMOVAL. K EMOVED from 404 Street City, to George Street No. 11. All work done with neatness and despatch, as here-to-fore. Patrons solicited. JOS. U.S. BOW1 Tailor Advertise in The Tribune.


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Nulllua ruiiiic mi lurare in verbs metitstrl
Blrt|| bound inm.nr to the Uo|mMn(no Master.
VOL. XIV
Nnianu V P.. Ilnhmtytn. TUESDAY December 26 1916
No 26
Enamel Beds, a r+ r*
and Spring An Escape From
Fancy Goods, -.. ,
Strasbourg.
* and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin,
Bay St. and Victoria Avz.
New Bicycle Tyres
For Sale
We put them on fur you free
of char.
New American
Bicycles for sale.
Moderate Prices.
BRUCE JOHNSON
.12 Kin;,' Street, Nassau.
There are
above 40,000 people
of my race ill the llahamas,
therefore wbj should I worry.
Instead. I shall simply remain,
Yours faithfully,
Da. J. A. WRIGHT
(Dentist.)
37 Market Street,
Nassau, N. P.
Office Hours:
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
{Founded on Fact)
By C. DUDLKY LAMPEN.
.^T*rt.^T^,W^^,i^U^^T.^
Continued from Se.turde.y
not a sewer
"The sound of running water
now beeame very much more
distinct; but I had no notion
how far it might be beneath me
or whither it flowed.
"Never shall I forget the
strain involved iii the lifting
of that huge stone; but des-
peration so stiffened my back
and strengthened my muscles
thai in a tew minutes it was
laid upside down on the
Boor of my cell, I lien I pro-
ceeded to find the depth of
the cavity. This I accom-
plished by tearing mv hand*
kerchief into strips: and, hav-
ing weighted it with one of
the broken legs >f the stool,
lowei ing it into the opening
Sundays, 9 ton a.m.,' let it down about six feet
'________________i that is as far as my line
would allow; but on pulling
it up found to ray disappoint-
ment that the leg was dry.
After this I tore si rips from
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
[NESIRES to inform bis
f friends and the Public my shirt to lengthen the line,
that he has just received aIand tried again, lowering it
complete outfit of facilities this time about tin feet. To
for the business of an under j my joy the log now splashed
taker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals
that may be entrusted to his
iare ^th system and des
'/patchm^rd respectfully soli
pts tiir patronage. Gel ray
price fust and prove that
they are the very lowest for
rirst class work.
into the stream. Next 1 had
to ascertain the depth of the
water. After much pondering
I let down one of my boots.
It sank without trouble, fol I
felt it touch the bottom, and
on pulling up the line found
that the stream was fully four
feet in depth and that it was
pure water and
as 1 had feared.
"Having now put on mv
wet shoe, 1 let myself down
into the bole. It admitted my
body easily. Here I bung by
the fingers for a few seconds
before I dared to take the
plunge. Presently one of my
bands slipped, and immedi-
ately I found myself above
my middle in ice cold water,
which was running with
some force towards the river.
'With infinite difficulty I
began to make my way into
the black darkness in the di-
rection of the outlet, for such
there must be. For some dis-
tancehow far I cannot tell,
it seemed a \ery long way
there was ample room, and I
had only to wade along, groping
with my hands t<> avoid possible
projections Presently I arrived
at a great ledge in the roof
which seemed altogether to bar
my progress. It came down to
the very surface of the water,
which rushed under it with con
sideiable force, There was no
other outlet: I must either
plunge beneath the flood or re-
turn by the way which I had
come.
"By this time my feet and legs
were feeling the effects of the
cold water, and I by no means
relished a further ducking; but
there was no help for it, and so,
with n desperate determination
Continued on Third Pivge.
1917
Announcement
"Reo SixV'~
7 passenger Tourin 250
"Reo Four"
5 passenger Touring 205
NOTE.
In July closing the I
year ipifj I made ,1
offer of 246 on the Ri w Six,
7 passenger Touring Car a I
bad di ne the pre\ ions year
on the Reo four, 5 pa-- ?
louring, but no one need
confuse these special offerr.
which are transient, with
regular pria si
Yours,
J. P. SIMMS,
Reo Agent
FOR SALE
"Peerless" 7 passenger
UOTOR I
A good investment for .
one who contemplates n
ing car during the ,
months.
To be sold at a moderat.
price.
Apply to
WALTER K MOOR]
OF REMOVAL.-
KEMOVED from 404
Street City, to George
Street No. 11. All work done
with neatness and despatch,
as here-to-fore. Patrons
solicited.
JOS. U.S. BOW1
Tailor
Advertise in
The Tribune.


Nulllvia twliiii m lurara in varba me.Mta'trl
Being bound mimnr to ih I)o|tnai of no Master.
VOL. XIV
Nnianvi N. P.. Hnhnnyn.*. TUESDAY December 26 1916
No 2b
Enamel Beds, a c r*
I and Springs, An Escape From
\Fancy Goods,
* and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin,
Bay St. and '/ictoria Ave.
New Bicycle Tyres
For Sale
We put them on fur you free
of charge.
New American
Bicycles for sale.
Moderate Prices.
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street, Nassau.
Strasbourg.
(Founded on Pact)
By C. DUDLEY LAMPEN.
1
There are
Jibove 40,000 people
mf my race 111 the Bahamas,
berefore whj should I worry.
Instead. I shall simply remain,
Yours faithfully,
Dr. J. A. WRIGHT
(Dentist.)
7 Market Street,
Nassau, N. P.
)ffice Hours :
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m.
AA A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his
friends and the Public
lat lie has just received a
nnplete outfit of facilities
r the business of BO under
ker, which places him in a
t>sition to carry out Funerals
at may be entrusted to his
re w/th system and des
trhmfcd respectfully soli
:s tiieTr patronage. (Set my
l>Jce "rst and prove that
y are the very lowest for
t class work.
Continued from Sn.turda.y
"The sound ofrunniog water
now became very much more
distinct; but 1 had no notion
r how f;tr it might be beneath me
lor whither it flowed.
"Never shall I forget the
strain involved in the lifting
of that huge stone; but des-
peration so stiffened iny back
and strengthened my muscles
that ill a few minutes it was
laid upside down on the
floor of my cell, I lien I pro-
ceeded to lind (he depth of
the cavity. This I accom-
plished by tearing my hand-
kerchief into strips; and, hav-
ing weighted it with one of
the broken legs of the stool,
lowering it into the opening
I let it down about six feet
that is .is far as my line
would allow; but on pulling
it up found to my disappoint-
ment that the leg was dry.
After this I tore strips from
mv shirt to lengthen the line,
and tried again, lowering it
this time about ten feet. To
my joy the log now splashed
into the stream. Next I had
to ascertain the depth of the
water After much pondering
boots.
pure water and not a sewer
as I had feared.
'"Having now put on my
wet shoe, 1 lei myself down
into the hole. It admitted mv
body easily. Here I hung by
the Angers for a few seconds
before I dared to take the
plunge. Presently one of my
hands slipped, and immedi-
ately I found myself above
mv middle in ice cold water,
which was running with
some force towards the river.
''With infinite difficulty I
began to make my way into
the black darkness in the di-
rection of the outlet, for such
there must be. For some dis-
tancehow far I cannot tell,
it seemed a very long way
there was ample room, and I
had only to wade along, groping
with my hands to avoid possible
projections Presently I arrived
at a great ledge in the roof
which seemed altogether to bar
my progress. It came dou 11 to
the very surface of the water,
which rushed under it with con
siderable force, There was no
other outlet: I must either
plunge beneath the flood or re-
turn by the way which I had
come.
I let down one of my boots. "M>'(fhj. ,ime m>" }*| lfP
T, ,, i. ( 1 were feeling the eflects ol the
It sank without trouble toi I ., _,___" ,
. ., .. 1 fell touch the bottom, and n.|is|lt.(] a fur,her ducking; but
1917
Announcement
"Reo Six77"
7 passenger Touring 250
"Reo Four"
5 passenger Touring 205
NOTE.
In July closing the Reo
year 1916 I made a spe< ial
offer of 246 on the Re Six,
7 passenger Touring Car as 1
had done the prei 1 m year
on the Reo Four, 5 passes
I louring, but no one m
confuse these special offers
which are transient, with
regular pric< s.
Yours,
.1. P. SIMMS,
Reo Agent
FOR SALE
"Peerless" 7 passenger
MOTOR CAR
A good investment for an)
one who contemplates 1
ing car during the wii I
months.
To be sold at a moderate
price.
Apply to
WALTER K MOOR]
OF REMOVAL.
on pulling up the line found
that the stream was fully four
feet in depth and that it was
there was no help for it, and so,
with a desperate determination
Continued on Third Po.ge.
KEMOVED from 404 Baj
Street City, to George
Street No. II, All work d. 1
with neatness and despatch,
as here-to fore. Patronage
solicited.
JOS. H. S. BOW!
fa i lor.
Advertise in
The Tribune.
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TBONI 880 p. o. HOX 188
ous and resourceful fight
inst the under sea pirate*.
;o:
A very enjoyable Christmas
Som Service was tendered by
. theZion Sundav School child
PUBUSHKD MA.LY | ren on Sunda, afternoon. Rev.
KA 1 lib ||. p. Dann who had efficiently
!.n.W(-1il,cs.ia> :V_ trained the children conducted
the service Th< audience wai
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i ,. i) ember 23id, igi6.
lion; i .,..., \\ ,o Summar)
',;.s""v'!,';i' " I" the l'-'lnidja reKioiinf Uu
,r'"ieme"' m-.nia -i..mi, ii i/
------------- ________ |ni.iniii wneie tii* Kusso Roumanian
l lot | ive iume.1 f.n ihe invaders
,,.,. the feutons have heen driven from
i h, raw heights in the i eft ion of Balaban-
cm nd Du.ch.loi. and the Ru*.
issariiy be Held to he in atreenu-nl .., ..,i .> ..
MOsHnd Roum.niansaredrsput.
i lnsuch inttancn,* in ," ,hem in violent 1..ittle
itof*a7i le possession of the other positions
' IW that the matter or point of viexv ; a'Oi.g this line.
irsd of sufficient inttrttt and in
Mi fc u-arr.inf /iii'I,'. I
XTbe UviDune
Ti bsday, Dec. 26, 191&.
In Itoumania proper the Teutons
sre advancing alone both sides of
the Insure Corittorl Road but are
-meeting with Steady resistance.
Along ihe Pirliistan-Kuka front
the I'eutnns hsve pushed back the
advance guard of the defenders,
I Except lor battles in Roumania
'"ere is an agitation in nd in ihe i'aip*thians southeast
' Britain in favour of 'the CanipaluHg-Jacoben railway
' is railed the "Ton for "h "'""' Russians have captured
policy as against the * b'LBhft ;'"d Ht v"ri<,"s
Gen ",,k; points on the Russian front v e
ian submarines ram |. cks y .he Russians have I en
^lgn. Ihe British Govern-[''pulsed hole activity is being dig
lias been urged to let p,aV*d the artillery duels ,ve
m order that it might regulate its
conduct for the future.
Secretary Lansings final state
ment formally prepared and issued
aitei he had been called to the
while house for a c .nference with
I lesident Wilson declares that he
had not intended to intimate that
the t'niied States was consider
mg any change in its policy of
neutrality and that the whole tone
and language of the note were suf
ncient to indicate its purpose with
out further comment on his part.
24th December, 1916.
London:The foreign office
states that there is hardly a
possibility that tlie reply to the
German peace note will be des
patched before Christinas. It is
even possible that the answer
will not be forwarded within
ten rjaj s.
Pi t ograd:Russian troops
in the Roumanian provinces of
Dobrudja continue to retieat
northward. Russian rear-guard
yesterday fought an engagement
with the Teutons who continue
to advance.
Central P
owers known
the
been spirited at various hits
that lor every ton ofslm.mu* *'""- """ ', "",''>;' " '" re
,,..!. ..,. snipping porisa laidon British irencliesand
sunk by German or Austrian the capture of officers and 26 men
submarines we will demand lo another raid Mriti h troops en
a replacement to the same U'Teil ('pri,l;m trenches near Arras
'unt at the close of the balweU reiecled'
'ir Ai,f ,4.\ 111 Ihe di rmans .11
ir "nt <>f the available
' "ppmg of our foes. It is
nianians were forced to yield
ground at some point^and the
Russians lost a lieightKoith of
Ruzen road but repulsed all
other attacks. The evacuation
of Tultcha and Isaktcha in
Dobrudja is announced.
Rome:It is reported that
Pope Benedict regarding Presi
dent Wilson's note to the bel
liegernts said it is a document
showing honesty, justice and
farsightedness of the American
president.
El Paso, Texas: -A detach
merit >>f the 3rd Kentucky mili
itia infantry stationed near here
used machine guns last night on
Mexican| snipers. Snipers had
tired twenty shots into Jhe
American camp. One sniper^as
killed and the others fled. It is
reported that Villa has (aptured
Sam Pedro de las Calonias
northeast of Torreon taking
prisoner 110 Carran/a troops.
1
AN ESCAPE FROM
BOURG.
STRAS
K t;
teved that sued a threat
ai oui part would appeal to
the prudence of the enemy
.re violently bom-
barding the I.ouvemont Va'ux *ec
tor.
Snow and rain are falling in
Macedonia and aside from an en
B igernenl in the Cerna Rivet bend
region no infantry fiRhting has
and might cause the merrnn. ..1
.-, b tut- "lercan- iUn pi.ice m this sector
e class in Germany to work President Wilsons note to the
for a slowing down of the
present policy of sinking all
London:Sir Norman Hill,
Secretary of the Liverpool
Steamship Owners stated that
from August nth, 1914 to Oc
tober, 1916 the British lost 435
steam vessels each more thau
1 foo tons. 1.744,000 tons gross
register were lost through war
peril The losses represent 12
percent in number of Vessels or
eleven percent in tonnage being
less than one half of one per-
cent per month.
26th December, 1916.
London. -Following the vie
tory against the Turks and ihe
capture of El Arish, 90 miles
east of Suez Canal British forc-
es in Egypt captured strong
Turkish positions at Maghdadah
20 miles southeast of El Arish
(Continued from I SI p".
either to escape or drown, I
took the plunge.
' I he latter very nearly hap-
I ; for the water in several
places came clt.-e up to the very
I roof, and for some distant e I
bad to k< ep my face under the
water till I almost bunt for
want of a breath of air. In
fact, had I not turned my bead
back and placed my note against
the roof, where there was some-
times a tiny space above the
surface of the stn am, I could
never have completed my jour
ii' J alive. Altogether, the ex-
perience \\ as a horrible one, and
several times 1 gave myself up
for lost.
After some distance the roof
takmg 1100 prisoners, two guns [began (..slope upwards, and be
and|a quality of war mateiial. fore long I was again able to
stand upright. By tins time I
belligerents urging a discussion of
peace was officially interpreted to
that the Teutons can ".'t at ,'N ' no1 b""rio *y threat that
".....|* *j-h waf ,,: TSS.'SStSSJaiSf
lionea on the subject in the j tinued mvatioa of its rights by ihe
I louse of Commons, he pro- warrina p iwerson both tides. This
mised to give it consideration Interpretation was made late In lay
but as he went mil .>f ,.n;,... hy Secretary Landing in fo.mal
ilattmeni issued 10 over take what
Berlin:Von Mackensens Dob
rudja army after capturing Isak
tcha on the Danube has begun i v stream, which flowed, so 1
was both soaked to the skin and
shivering with the cold of the
g
lie went out of office
soon after, we do not know
whether the suggested policy
will he adopted. The recent
appointment of Admiral
leUicoe as First Sea Lord
should ensure a more vigor
an attack on the bridgehead in
the northwestern corner of \)*A>
rudja Province to which the
RuSSO Roumanians have retreat
> d ii loss the Danube.
In Eastern Wnilachia engage
menls are now in progress O
Austro German troops repulsed
two Russian attacks on Oitus
Valley.
Petrograd:- A renewal of
heavy lighting is in progress in
guessed, from a spring within
the fortifications.
"It took me a considerable
time- I should say an hour, but
it seemed many hours,SO intense
was mv anxiety before I
caught the first faint glimmer ol
. .. ,' .-------, .....h". 1.11. nut ianii);ii|lll]ICI Ul
were ehar.-crerised as w?dMnread 1'-1^"11' raiisylvaiiian front light which told me that. I Was
misconstructions placed on one ^
made earlier 111 the day <-aving that
because of the increasing critical
position of the 1 nired Slates at a
neutral il was e iiile-l t., know
exactly what each bulligeieni seeks
approaching the out<^^orld.
Again the roof sloped driWn, and
once more I was obliged to dive
into the waler, through which,
"lowever, light now distinctly
Eastern Wallacbia. The Ron shone j and presently I shot out
-Ji____
..


!!'
into
the
I met i
.broad, swift stream of
Sua Rhine.
I Hn a strong swimmer, but
the current of the river soon
swept me past the fortress,
which I could dimly discern by
the light of the stars. I was
afraid to strike for the shore,
knowing that I should be cer
tain to encounter one of the nu-
merous sentinels; and had it not
been for a friendly cargo boat
moored some distance out in
the stream, I think the weight
trusted myself again to the riv-
er, for I could find no small
boat; and yet if I delayed till
dawn, I knew I should certainly
be captured, for my escape
would then be discovered, Pre
sently it struck me that by al-
lowing the vessel to drift with
the stream I might COV( I
distance and be able to get
ashore without difficulty.
"It did not take many mill
utes to carry out this idea, with
the result that I was soon swept
of my boots and wet military away from the proximity of the
fortress and into the darki
i leal of tha town The dawn
was dimly breaking as the boat
grounded ou the w< stern bank
Without delay leaped ashore
long blue blouse,
Started across the
fields in the direction of the dis
taut hills.
"Howl begged my way to
Coblenz; how in the dead of the
night 1 stood b\ m\ mother's
grave; and how I recovered mv
money, which, in her dying
moments, she had entrusted to
the safe keeping of a friend,
would make a long Story. Suf
lire to say that I was able to
elude the officials of mj coun-
try, though narrowly escaping
recapture on several occasions;
and on September l8th, 1896, I
landed at Harwich, my object
ig to find mj sister, who, as
I learnt, had taken a position
as governess in Kent.
"No sooner had I stepped on
shore than a voice -peaking in
my own tongue cried, 'A word
with you, comra< lei'
"I looked up startled and saw
the unmistakable face of a fel
low countryman
". Yon are wearing the Cer
man uniform under that blouse,'
he said.
clothing would have dragged
me to the bottom,
" I*o tins boat I clung in des
Deration, for I could s-\ im no
jpHtliei; and such was the
strength of the current that, as!'lad in my
I clutched a rope, my legsjandat once
swung away from l! 'as
though the hungry waters
struggling to retain me in their
chilh grasp.
"There was no sound indica-
tive of the presence of a crew
on board; and so. unable any
longer to endure tie cold, I
clambered over the stern and
made rm way to a little deck
house All was darkness within,
and, after listening attentively
and detecting no sound of
breathing -which would cer-
taillly have been audible if any
one had been sleeping there I
entered and groped about in
the hope thai I might be able t.>
find a change of clothing
"In this 1 was unsuressful
But I found a large towel, and,
having stripped, I rubbed my
half frozen limbs into a glow,
There was nothing for it then
but to again put on my wet
clothing Before doing so I
wrung them and rubbed them
as dry as possible, but they felt
horriblj cold and clam mj never
theless.
The Branch Tailoring Dept
43 King Street.
XPF.RIENCE bought is nothing lost,
a suit for you. Tailor
E
an Culler.
T. S. NABBIE.
"I had now to device some
way of disguising myself, ai
Well as to find SOmi food and
and the means of getting on
Shore, The first of these came to
hand most unexpectedly in i!ie
shape of a long butchers smock
of blue linen, which not only
covered me from head to foot,
but helped to keep a little
warmth in my body. Foi a long
time I could find NO food, but,
after turning out several draw
ers, [discovered a portion of *
lao.JfcsjUsa::'' and some hi -cu its,
all Wwhich I ate, for I was
faint and desperately hungry.
"Escape from the barge--for
it was somewhat of that build
seemed impossible, unless I
"Now I had rolled the legs of
my tn users well up so as to co.i
ceal the cl< th, but his sharp eye
had detected one little glimpse industrial centreedf the 0
ofdte scarlet stripe ta^l&Tft
that it was his delight to aid
Ins friends.
"I related to him my story ov-
er an excellent me.d.afti 1 wards
arraying my person in a suit
which he provided. It is, as
you can see, much too small for
me. but it is safer, than that in
which I made my escape. Foi
except for the theft of the ' t
man uniform which by this
time has been returned to Stras-
bourgI could not be arrested
m English s< i
"No, im said my visitor with
a vig irous g sture, when I i I
ed him mntn'i, "/ it is not vat
I vant 1 vish only to v*ind mein
sister."
(Concluded.)
Von have Stolen those
(lothes, I say!' he repeated with
a fierce look.
"1 turned to flee whither I
knew not when mv new BC
quaintance burst into a laugh.
" 'I tad been the (ierman
Consul it would have gone hard
with you, fellow countryman
but fortunately, you havi found
a friend. Come with me.
"He took me into a house, and
there told me that he was a resi
dbnt in Harwich having former
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