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The Tribune, Nassau, L. 0ILBRRT D*J!UCH. Fditor -tnd Proprietor. OFKICK: CY..i>c. Shirley & ChcrloMe St Sassau. iV. P., BdJinmns IMIOM I'. O. HOX 183. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Moodaj . and Friday— tuatdi j. \n I Thursday— single cojiy id Satin ;l copy ... ijd Weekly ... ... ... .1 Monthly I *. 6 Oll.iilci lv ... ... .. 4 %  RalfYenilv rarb 1 3* : LYARLK IN ADVANCIO —Si i ppttt %  11 m: three pence |x •"i I i i tii 'ii ; .ii.ii niM|>eniM '" : crjueiti iiuei tion-. Advri U-tiiieiil uildi'i ci.Mil lines r: : Vktu Cormpon umct %  Articles art signed witM the writer's name initials, or with a pseudonym, mark imitated," must necessarily be held to Le in agrtem Ht with the %  itk the mi.,;, n I't tuck inttanci >, tr in the i ai | /., .'. i to the Editor only means that the mattH IS ami interest and im portance to warrant publication. Zbc tribune Saturday, Dec. 30th, 191O Befoi e our nexl issue reach es our readers, the year i will have reachi d its cl< >si We therefore take this oppor tunity <>f wishing our friends teeth will soon be drawn, -so as to render him harmless. Serbia is beginning to win back her own. though she will need to wait for bettn weather before much progress can be made in the Bal leans. The French have recovered all the ground they lost before Verdun and they with us have advanced on the Soni me taking position after position deemed impregnable. But evidently all this is pre liminnry. Next sear should find our armies in France much enlarged and oui si and munitions augmented gn atly. The facilties for hand ling this increase (if Ira flic be hind the lines are being improved. It is even said that Canada is pulling up 1000 miles of steel rails for use in making new railroads behind the front in Flanders and I'I nice. Meanwhile. Germany is assiduously living n kin s and President Wilson is attempting the role uf media tor. We hardly think that his ni n ivernments of Jreat Britain. France and Russia have all been re-modelled so as to ensure a more vigorous prosecution of the War. Vigor ous and forceful Lloyd George and Briand can now get tilings done, and the late Russian Premier, who was suspected of pi rmanism has been displao d bv a man who can be better relied upon for war purposes. Alto getherour Empire enters on the year 1917 with improved prospects and our Central European foes are shaking in their shoes. support and to many conjpri butors •) our pages w£ are thankful. 11m iifg liie year we have had good reason to know that our well wishers are mam and this knowledge encourages us to go forward confidently into 10,17. Locally, the \*r now pass ing has not been very eventful; We have raised what are for us verj large sums for ob jects connected with the war and are proud to believe that in very many cases the point of self-saci ifi e has been reach ed. Our Governor, backed by Lady fcllardyo hasdone won ders in this respect, and the liniiie treasurers of the various fundought to appreciate the praiseworthy and successful efforts thus made. The prices of Sisal and of Sponge iiave gone up vei\ high. What our sisal growers are making off what they sell is more thin compensating the 11 for the big rise in the price of provisions and dry goods. We are afraid, however, that the working people and the professional classes in Nassau itself are not so fortunate. The X.esau Rnnkcalamity was a bad blow for a fewdays, but the recovery is like ly to be rapid and the pres ence of another Bank at the time of crisis proved a great boon. We hope that soon The Post Office will !> %  open on THE BAHAMIAN RED CROSS GUILD Will meet on Monday January 8th at 4 p.m. at Government House and every Monday following al the same hour until further notice. banking conditions may be |Sundiy, December 31, f"r t back to normal. In spite of some appeartn ces to the contrary, the Wai s tuation is more favourable to the Entente than it was twelve months ago. Roumania has been overrun and the Greek King has embarrassed our Salonika front very much by his treacherous acts. For reasons not obscurely hinted at, he has been allowed too much liberty to do wrong. We would like to see him Mtchied off his throne. Failthat, we trust his dirty ivery of mails including I'ost due per s.s Mexico. P BAHAMIAN RED CROSS GUILD. Collected by Miss Dorothy Wright for Red Cross buttons £' 5 Collected on Red Cross Sunday at Rum Cay II o Zioij baptist Church Guild 1 5 o 0 ..I We hav< been requested by the Private Secaelary to ac knowledge the following sums which hive been received by His Excellency on account the above Fund:— Previously acknow 11dged Green Turtle Cay School per Mr H. G. Higgs Victoria School per Mr. Wallace Thompson 198 11 S 5 3 7 9 201 "OUR DAY" RED CROSS FUND. Amount previously acknowl< dged £921 Miss L P< ters Civil Engineers Office staff Contractors and labourers Pilot John Hroun Green Turtle Caj, Abaco per Commissioner R. Roberts I'rank HiggS I law kmLowe Franklin Curry Miss GI neva l.nwe Osborne Roberts Harrison Russell John b Maury Daniel Matthews it stin E. Roherts. Little \baco Ragg< (1 bland — Proceeds o| I bits, mats and baskets Stamard Cay, Exu ma, baptist Church Cat Island, per Rev. VY. II. Robbins 16 4 2 12 10 8 0 0 '7 5 7 11 9 "3 '9 5 2 I'\ from ; Mr. \\ HI lace 1 llompson; Mr. Felix Altcnborn ; Mr. E. II McKinney, Green Turtle Cay. Thanking you for your co opera! I have the honour to be, Ymii obedient servant. DH \YAI.TER HESS Suggestion From One Of Our Board Teachers. It would not be surprising to think that the great harm that is being done to our Fruit trees is due from "scale blight" or us which if left to .itself may not only kill out the young trees but also prevent the fiin tfuiness ol maimed rules. This may be got rid ol h> brushing the stem and branches with a solution of whale oil snap in wa a small quantity of (Cerosine oil has been added ll decoction 'if tobao 0 beaten up with cai bo lie soap so as to form suds, is ,, also a very v.duible insecticide if it be brushed over the bark of the trees and be allowed to 5 (,l >' 3 (1 of ten and a half miles west of the town, while the Teutonic Danube army captured several fortified villages Recording to the Berlin War Office. Petrograd admits that the Russians and Roumanians have been forced to fall back north of Megura, but says elsewhere the invaders were defeated with fceavy casualties. Since December 22nd says Berlin more than 8900 prisoners and 27 machine guns have been* captured in Roumania. Artillery duels sapping opera tions and attacks by small parlies featured Wednesday's fight ing on other fronts in France. lher< have been sporadic bat ties at several points along the line in Russia andGalacia from Volhvuia to the Carpathians but no important results have been attained by either side. I he usual bombardment is in progn K in the Austro Italian theatre. In Macedonia comparative quiet prevails. The mobilization of the Greek army in accordance with Greeerto which re's promises to the Entente Ab > V2 I4 9 l6 4 6 o 1 19 8 £951 ' 3 J R. C YOUNG, Hon Treasurer RED CROSS STAMP FUNDNassau, I H c. 23rd, 1916 The Editor ol The Tribune. Dear Sir : Mas I take the liberty to acknowledging through your columns the receipt of further con tributions ol used postage stamps, to the Red Cross Stamp Fund, from the following: — Mrs. C. Kendrick, Hope, Town, Abaco 460 Mis Bleby 400 .Miss Harriet A. Moss, Governor's Harbour 500 Mrs. C. A. Dupucll 200 Miss Sophie bethel 100 1st Bahama Girl Guides 400 Miss K. Anderson, Fiji 130 MissCaddon 311 Miss Road 109 Miss Morrison aoo Misfl Martha Morrison 50 Miss Foster 100 \b de Mouncy 100 Other Friends 750 Miss Ada Fricker, Trinidad 1075 Mrs. Mclvoi 114 Miss Jennie L. Moss, Governor's Harbour 5^0 Miss Elizabeth Collins 1309 Miss Ailse ber: 3900 Mrs. W. H. F. bleby 300 Violet Patrol, G.G. 282 Dorothy and Aba Brook 1000 Leslie F. Russell, Hope Town, Abaco 250 Inagua Wolf Cubs 150 Lady Allardyce, Miss K. Allar dyce, Miss Lobb, Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Meeres, Miss M. Ravennais, South Africa; Mrs. Tudor, 1.0. II. G. WELLS, in "Mr. Britling it Through"— "—No, I must svrite plainly about (iod as 1 have found Him as I le found me Religion is the first thing and the last thing, and until a man has found God and been found by God, he beginsat no begin 11 ing he Works to no end." ANNOUNCEMENTS SI rs ices will be held in the %  seventh Day Adventisi chapel on East Shirley Street at 7.00 Sunday night Dec 31, t>> which all are invited. Subject,-"Inci dents in 'he Life of Christ" which will he illustrated by ster eoptican siesvs. ST. JOHNS CATHEDRAL \l .'ting St. Rev. ( I A Thomps n. S !'.!), Minister Tomorrow, 0.30 a.m. Sunday School, H. W. Bradford, Supt. ; 1 a.m. Theme "A Purged Conscience." 9 p.m. "Watch night." Extra seats. (Jood music. Pleasant Ushers. The public are cordially invited. Gospel service on Sunday Evening at 7 o'clock in the (. >pel Hall, Cor. of Christie and Dowdeswell Sts. will he conducted by^L". Bertram. Subject "'The Eter^P State." All Welcome. ^A Telegrams December 29th, 1916. War Summary : — The net of the Teutonic allies apparei^Uv is fast closing in upon Brafla, Rumania's oil and grain centre no the Danube Having taken Fillipechta thirts miles to the southsvest, Field Marshall McKensen's troops now have captured the railroad town of Riinuiksarat, relativeb the same distance to the east, while the guns of the Dobrudja army still are hammering and with some success the Russo Roumanians at the bridge head of Matchin on the east bank of the Danube opposite Braila. Ptiyt to the fall of Rimniksarat the Teutonic Allies de feated the Russians on a front lies is being carried out according to information received at the British Foreign Office. I luRussian Emperor in an order ol the day to the Russian arms dealing \s:Mi Germany's proffei of peace' asserts lhat thfij proffer sv.iMiu.lp iwiMali iTer'' many feels that her complete defeat is ne,u. The Emperor added that the time for peace had not yet arrived and he was confident no Russian soldier had 11 driven from Russian soil and had given guarantees to prevent a possible repetition of a treacherous attack. W -luugtou: In spite of the wide gull between the insustencv ol the Central Powars for an immediate Peace Conference and the forecast ol a unanimous refusal by the Entente Allies to • iter such a conference svithoi knowing Germany's terms in al Van e, lhe Amen 01 g | believes that the negotl tions in progress are resulting good. It was said with authofl ts tonight thai until the dun peace is actually closed b] side or the oilier Prsfidfj^ son will continue tc hope any discussion of the subject will tend to hasten the end of the war. Count Von Berust >ff, the Get man ambassador returning unexpectedly tonii;U| f.om Nesv York authorized me Associated Press to make the following statement. 'I regard the note of my gov eminent as constituting an ac* ceptance of everything suggestted by President Wilson's one to the belligerent nations. It was made clear at the Embassy that Germany stands ready to make known her terms on the first day of any conference that may be held a::d officials expressed themselves as being greatly surprised at the view prevailing in some quarters here that the Berlin government had failed to meet the President's suggestions by not setting dosvn in the reply, the terms upon which it is willing to make peace. The German diplomatic say President Wibon has no in^ tention of drawigg a public declaration concerning terms from the Central Posvers, on the contrary they think the President's suggestion that an early occasion be sought to call out from all the nations now at w an avowal of their res views as tot the sva been fi sceki ence



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To be had at all Grocers C. L.''LofthOUSe-Company's Agent 3<.lh December, 1916 London.*—'Nurlhwesl ol I iomine couil we repulsed rneniy nltacks. ()n 1 lie resl nf the Front nly -• r 111 lerv duds lonk place. On Tuesday naval aeroplanes successfully bombed enemy camps .it (ialata, Gallipoli and on Wed ned i) s taplani 11 dealro'j ed 1 hi dar Bridge, 18 milei end "f Idana in Asia M ioor, C-II r"'f Uadenville taking 10010machine j ,| ir ,.,. vnncii>r> along ihe 1 ail nay to .\ .mis Kokshani. Petrograd reports thai (lie in vadi is south of the Danub< liave be< 11 n pulsed u nil hc,i\ y 1 1 Keep! in (lie \ illage ol Uakel wl 11 ii lias bee 'cupicdWij tin in. British armed m< %  %  n ca • s,i\ i IN tri^i.i.l, did great execu tioit in .Ins lighting C siderable lighting has again till;. '.1 1 1 he Verdun si 1 tm rir-'Und \l"i t 11' mime and mi Sold by T.S.Hilton Park Store W. Hilton 260 Hay Street or oaaenvniei">gronri.i-iii.">| t i, e fastern slopes if Hill ; > 1 8 uns [ w I:ic the 1 lei in ms made an at t.u k bul were repulsed, and Peti ig ad: -The Ruasi 1111 1 resis'infl Mubboiidy in Dobrudja, Scandinavian s.'in a note to slligeients 111 suppmi "I the pence noted President Wilson. I 1 indon: — Ihe governments hav* M ,.|n : ["he not* addressed to' Germany on the submarine question hv the Spanish government dec!.weill il ii"* Spinilh Rovern I 4nefii' always niaini lined thai it! ras illegal tn destroy pine The "abinet also maintained Bhat submarines violate the De j fclar iti"ii of I.mi.Inn by abandon 1 int; iln' c ews of -in h 11 ships in nil bo its f H front laid fWlin: -It is rep "' "I 1I1 it the \ FinioSr ytrrmve^ Orfamna bound for fMisingfois arttli 1 regi iienf of Russian coast artillery s'.iuck a Russian mine md sunk in a few minutes, Only flftj pers ms were saved. 1 no horses weie drowned New York:— The Russian steamer Kurs, fechniiRtl for New York, with 1 j !" is* ngers Blxaid was sunk by H nuns November ac/h off Kiikwall, ^c itland. One v •< man passenger and two sailou weie drowned while lifeboats were bi i 1 >_; launched, Berlin:—The Teutonic ndvance in Wnllachia lias been pushed tweniv kilometres norlh'tis' of Rimmksarat. On the Verdun front yet< r overtures will emphasize the point ma,In by the emperor, and they might go further. They A LIVING SACRIFICE. •I Strtnon joy the First Sun after the Epiphany. Romans XII, 1 "Present your l>. ulii s n living sacrifii e, hoi}, acceptable unto God." Those who are making the great sacrifice in the war are giv ing up tin ir lives. Saci ifice, in the full use nf the word, im and third French broken faith time and again am position capturing seven guns. machine London:A strong force of Germans I.is' night afier a long and violent artillery fne attacked on n three kilometre front northwest of Verdun, i ranch infantry and machine -;uns hi(.l Made to catch 1 litrad< those who know w I1.1t good Loba i'i'> !;.;..'! have gol tii of sonic of the old liraiui -'. u +< ; have gone bad. Give ii a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices (>U\. per flake—3 di mom y refunded. Just a hint— '"The Allies" id. Cigars axe the best ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Bay • European Agency. 1 \DH.\ IS promptly execut 1 I at lowest cash prices for all kinds of British and Continent,! I goods, im luding Bl itionery, i's anil Leather, 1 hemii als and Druggists' Bundriei, China, Rflrthenware ami (;i u ware ("> les, Mo'.ira an.1 Acce sso ries, I) Millinery ami 1'iecr Goods, Kan I Ittlfi I In 1.'. ne, Machinery and Metals, 1 %  Plate and wati lliotn^rapllic an I ()| In .il ( Pi \ isii nand Oilmen's St< res, 1 tr., etc, nil 1 II i p.c. lo .5 />.<. ia(i .1.'/ %  UHU on Drmand. i %  fnm £10 11/ orrfs. .'. / / 1 Atint. WILLIAM WILSON & SONS i ibliilieil i" r 1 25 Abchurch Lane, Lnndon, EC he Holy Spirit modifies and| t hu| lhev di(1 service to their kills all vices in us ; while, at lnlv VVhen we daily dedicate the same tone, there .s a "new; our b()dies ,,, „ ie s ervice of birth unto nghteousnesi So Christ, He lifts dh up, and that this livin sacrifice is that in which the natural life Ic.ses only what is harmful to it, and gains holiness and purity in stead. Such a sacrifice as this is call ed "Holy". The animals which used to he o0ered, under the Mosaic law, weie to he without ilemish. This was intended to mpress on the minds of the WOnhippei the need of holiness J life. Such an offering is des holy MUI as He makes'us holy. faks my life and let it be Consecrated, Lord, to Thee." is Camplejohn The shop of quality on Market St. next to Armbrister's Shol Store. /y Highest Gradi lortoise Slitlf Work. All hand made. All kinds of Island W'or hats, baskets, mats, etc., etc. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D KSIUkS to inform Ins friends and the Publii tli. t In; has just no jved a 1 • lete outfit of facilities lor the business of an under taker, which places him in a position tocarry out Funerals that may be entrust! d to his with system and d< s It; and respectfully soli cits their patronage. (iel m\ and provi thai they are the very lowesl for tn-t 1 la work.



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n The Tribune, Nassau, Satvrday D c Ur 30, 1916 up, stand up for Jesus!" It was a thrilling moment! Few such are given to any man to experience on this earth. It may be doubted whether there will be another sucli scene as this during all th campaign, however full of glor ious experiences it may be. Its significance lay in its prophetic as well as in its immediate and present nature. Steadily the tiail hitting went on. Scores and hundreds of men pressed down the aisles to take th-'hand of the evange list in token of their surrender to Christ and their purpose to serve him. Not all were coming now for the first time. Many of them were rededicating them selves anew to the service of Him whom they already know and love. Quietly the magnifi cent machinery of fie move ment got i" work. In some way the front seats, already crowded, were emptied, and the converts placed in them. One hundred and fifty or more ushers, minis tersand personal workers went among them with card and pen cil, securing names, addresses and church preferences, and al most before the last of the Lreat congregation had passed out of the tabernacle it was known that 1,440 men had registered their determination to live henceforth for Christ—a regi ment and a half; almost half as many as the converts on the of 1'entecost The campaign in Moston may have greater triumphs, but we doubt if it will have greater thrills than those of the half hour following Bill) Sunday's sermon Thursday night. — "the Watch man-Ii.xaininer. Advertise in The Tribune. A Special Appeal Hrkir MJ CWJ. B^,ou ... tiJ /r,mb*rtkmituAtliiburyi F > it • %  on Behalf of Baby NaturJIy a Healthy Mother 1 rr-Wi her own child, and no cause, save inability, should prevent her doing w>. But than an many a n who, though willing, cannot wholly or even partially, nurse their children. Either they have no milk for them, or it is poor in quality and deficient in surname. The Question then arises v dd hi given to Baby. Carefully consider t: highly important point. Remember, that the 1 given ;11 the proper age will lay a nire foundation for future health and happiness. Ordinary 1 milk is totally omuitable ns a f<><*l for young 1 %  ; it la add, oontaina Indigestible curd and is 1 ntly awarming with dangerous germs, especially 1 mertime. Farinao ous Fo id imustnotbegiven,as a child Under six months of ag cannot dig) t si m h. A Satisfactory Solution of the difficult problem of feeding children by hand is provided by using the 'AUroburyt' Foods. Prepared as directed, these pure Foods closely resemble h< mother's milk In 00mposition, nutritive alu • and ibility. 1 • the outcome of I ici ntifiohv n arriedoutwitb all there mrosa of wide manufa luring %  and experience. Decide to use th'-'Allenl.M ng the many 1 ailments which folio u He 1 *1 will be avoided, and B will equipped with sound health and str eng t h. The Method of Simplicity and Certainty •P 9 1. %  I CDL.l MILK FOOD No. I. Fiom birth to j month. MILK FOOD No. 2. From J to 6 months. MALTED FOOD No. 3. Fuii 6 moDlbi upward*. The 'Allenburys' Rusks (Malted). A aatfcl addition to h.iby't dietary when io month, oU and after. Th* 'Allenburyi' Foods re made unH -r special proceaaca by machinery, and are entirely uiitouclwd by hand. PTSrlli far trom book "Infant Feeding mad Muiagemenl" 64 pasaa a' rafuab's Inl r. nimtlnn tor ovary mother. Ailcn li Mbnburys Ltd., London, England. fi.D. 1715. Ballilli' if ffl* YlBTl A.D. 1915. The Branch Tailoring Dept. 4J King Street. EXPERIENCE boVght is nothing lost, then d give me a c-han. • -nit for you. Tailor and Cutter. 1 Announcement ^t Mr. Oscar E. Johnson TAILOR and CLOTHIER DECS to inform his mi • lhal he has just leturued •*• from New York where he became a graduate ol \he Mitchell 'College of America& wi rded a DIPLOMA of efficiency in the several branches of Pailoring. Modern Technique and Cutting being his specialty. This testimonial fa h a high quarter will serve as a Guarantee to confirm the confidence of his clientele in his skill and in his well know n three P's \ \Z : Price, Push, Punctuality. Patronage Solicited. OSCAR E. JOHNSON, No. 9, Market St. (and No. to (ieorge St.) Waltham Watch at Low Price. ONE-THIRD SAVED. £2/14 • IS 9.0 *19/I6 0 iitraud or |*n< am %  %  / or 98.57 Is Our Low Price lor I %  jC /_ ihl< Gtntt* 19 SUe. Hi:) MuMln.'. aff.il/" tsf V/ KOI.ID SILVER MI 10 Yi U'V tfuarnntecd GOLD-FILLED (1 will) "Trsveki 7 JEWKL Aa.il.aiii M 11 an liin-initrrl. In Met. Gold-Killed <*'>*•<' ttuarann f 25 Yeara \ \\-v In Oct. Solid Gold I lurnl I'rtco In 18c'. Solid Gold I 43 pennyweights. rfi t'l-c" run DM "III 11'Hir.b uh Hhlald end (Uriel iw.ii*-. •-! MI seats*, 1 I % %  r l < n 1.' 1 •* on seae sites laiUals 1 In npIlointM H0O Ipei lo*.-11 l> t r.. 1/. (e,J. For SslrS WE nUARANTt^F every" Waltl.* 1 Watch sold by usforaierm < f t\ R wv%c UtSMn/Aivit^c year* ariatnst: (1 d| !<'•>, abeolllU I) FRl'E OF CHANGE, any (nil Filled watch Case sold by u that wears out within th.Mil • stul< I in tintuui trtH't FREE CATALOGUE J^f, 1 };, YOU our Complo'." Illustrated Cataloitue elvink a selection of nenr.ji a thousand "f the nio*i 1 lid Ani.ru-an Walrhes, Inrli 0 Wn th mi Watoht s. i M .>,.!'. wflipry, tain Pel 0 Wi lie to-day for tins Interestlni!Cataloitue. It will %  you Pounds, il we fina'Antee (0 show you a savin/of at liast ONE l till l>. r .• ui refund ... 1 our flank lot .. Hankr.rs: l*oi %  %  :. THE CASES SIECIAL WAR GUARANTEE. WE GUARANTEE the lafc delivery of all our G001H ilnm I any idenaka tt* : DESCRIPTION. 7 Tr i; t v r FEARS LTD. (Established 1846), MfvifiH Mirers and Merchants, Whole ale and Er.orl, 198, BRISTOL RRFDG'. BRISTOL. England, guaranteed for FIVE Veara. Waltham Movement. H eipoaeMl | nati-iit %  ti 1111-1.il In Form. -..rhahlu I % %  teel aafi'ly barrel, eipoaed irlnillnaMrhMla. tally FOR SALE passenger MOTOR CAB, \ good invi Btm< nl for .-my ons 0 outemplates rent ing a•' dm i ii the winter months. I o be sold at ;i moderati price. \ ApDljtatejCT '\I V I1.K K. M W MOORI Enamel Beds, and Springs, Fancy Gojds, and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. Buy St. and Victoria Ave New Bicycle Tyres For fcale UV put them <>n for you lvet\ 6f clhi, New American Bicycles for saie. Moderate Prices BRUCE jonrnlcLN .12 King Str< 1 1 Nassau .•,; %  :.'. Are We Downhearted ? WE ARE NOT! And one reason for our stoutness of heart is thai in -|iiie of THE WAR TH SHOE 14 STUBE f I s W^ is lOppIying the public wii|i Shins FOR THE HOLIDAYS "* from its mammoth Stock at hut slighth' increased Prices No part nl our apparel gives that sense of security and courage like A SHOE ; thiit combines the four points of excellence >t WI •ieir a i'raila. J\ to the fall of Rim„j| ( sarat the Teutonic Allies de feated the Russians on a front the vvarj hean li seek i 1 ence



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/ > J qfe "News n J9 %  '? %  i < Svillivi. IMIIIK ins ivirnrc in vnbn nf pi isons whose cases were supposed tube incurable have Ueen permanently cured bv this new leme'dy. I his wonderful preparation goes din ct. to the actual seat of I he trouble, and one Ilex is (imfle to effectually cure an) ordinary , siys "•!ThY)rIe..e* Iiiiso.iii l,letel/ wired me alter twelv v. .us suffering." —*-*MISS ^RANCIS, ,.f firaJfetrrfrS'>'"''. "irminjUam, says. "Yuiir IK-CV remr lr.is l).n the medni of eurhie < %  y her.'s cfeafnts? afjer Mm asuftViei ajly -• If is Irulicl a il pre -. ami hc wishes convey to yod lirr heaitfrflt MRS. WILDE ifCi **n#Sl. BW/ast, iv "I iiii deliRlited, I tried lhe iii-w 'Oik-ne' for the IHM.I noisei ceaa'cii almost BI "iirr, kn'il the hearing had a-turned eoablni]} me to hear or/ "After spending nearIv fifty i owidi i HI v.H i ma a i called lieu res" it is woi ileiful t Im.l myself co'inplctely cured at such .i lulling r. 'st. The '(ill, ne' is iu-ii i I .i ~[ l<-n did remedy/."" Billy Sunday In Boston•ff" XlJi v > Jafiffrer should try this new remedy, for there is nothing better at any price. 1'icicK 4-'6 per Hiix, post free, with full directions. Address: •OUL.I.N h .' Co., in, South \'ie\v, Watliiig Street, Darih rd. Kent, l-ln.u and. t'leiie mention this paper. •r~ •• TAILORING J. KEMP -TAILOR— And Artistic Cultcr "VGradi • .f ije -t\ TJ. Mitchell's.School of tlj Garment Cutting VI.w Y KK %  %  : % %  Lllos: IVflllulls ml the l.l s.n,-h:iMii| t II %  \ v. '•^IING. CLKAMVG and iytG'caVcfully attended to. fOU* PATRONAGE Will beappreciated. TAILORING ELL, it has come at last, what the Christians nj boston have been look big for the last few days, hut it came in such overwhelming power and magnitude that the predominant feeling in the hearts of most even yet is thai of wonder and surprise. The gatejS have been tlliown open, the invitation has been giveifj and on the first night 1,140 nun have bit the trad! It is a lecord for a fust day's invitation and response. "Never saw any thing like it in nil my expe ri ne," shouted Mr Sunday Some of us never before tinder stood what the Day of Pentecost was like. We believe that we have at least a clearer con ception of it now, after witnes sing 1 he turning to the Lord on a single night of nearly half as n a iy men as weie converted on that memorable occasion. touch of feminine finery or a touch of Hie bright colors of feminine dress to break the mon otony and liven up Ihe dull block and white and gray of men's at lire! It was certainly a great Sight lo see an acre and a half of unbroken masculinity stretching away from the platform in every direction. Ldng before Mr. Sunday put in an appearance the great rowd of men, under the stimulating leadership of "Rody," were having the time of their lives. Song followed sp"". The various delegations were asked to rise and their favorite son;; was called for. The responses were made with cheers and Inndclapping and waving el Bags. Some delegati >ns were large; Lynn sending 2,000 men. \ company of sailors from the navy yard was greeted with I much applause, and with great When Mr. Sunday announced laughter when their favorite a sermon "to men only" on Thursday nighjl if was with a noticeable reservation of man r>er. lie went on to say that it had not been his intention to good "'hand." Enthusiasm begin these special sermons so|vailed. Everybody was in No. 57a East Bav Street NASs\r BAHAM >-. r ;< — t WANTED ABQURERSiAt Old Fort Planra' tion. Men-and Women. Good Wages Cutting Sisal. APPLY AT *\, 4LD FtfK'H or ROYAL GARAGl^/ Ei • %  I Charlolle Street. f w early that in all other cas. s he had preached to men for the first lime 1 n a Sunday, following that Sunday appointment with midweek meetings for them 011b; but that as the local committee Was SO urgent f II such a meeting to begin at once lie had fallen in with iheir plans. To one hearer.at least, there seemed a note almost of deprecation of the plan, or of desire to escape responsibility for failure if no thing came of it Thursday brought the first real rainstorm for weeks Thursday night was Imperial West Indian ssurance Association, tl Ml TJl D. Au WEEKLY and zed Capital £5,000 LOW RATES FOR IJC & ACCIDENT BENEFITS WE INSURANCE >rornpt and Satisfactory Adjustments of Claims IOME OfriSfc: — 264 Day Street, Nassau. disagreeable. The imperfect!; graded grounds around the tab ernacle were alternate pools ol Water and sloughs of mud. Ri s ervations of seats had been made for men's bible classes and Brotherhoods from the surrounding cities and towns, as well as from the Boston churches; but, of course, there would be few "4from a distance on such a night! Plans had been made for the marching in procession to Ihe tabernacle of various city groups; but, of course, that was out of the question! Probably there would be ten or twelve thousand present, with a com fortable seat for everybody, and %  •no crowding! Hut at 6.45 the building was filled with the ex ception of the seats reserved for delegations, and half an hour later these were all taken, and the house was full and running ovei, with hundreds unable to gel in. There seems to be some vagueness as to the exact seat ing capacity of the tabernacle, but whatever it is it was readied Thursday night. And all men! Not a woman in the lot! Not a song was announced as .nail On !" The (Salvation ferny, present in considerable numbers and with its fine band, got a pre the best of humor and everybody "cut loose". When Mr. Sunday mounted the pulpil it seemed as if pandemonium had come. Il was like nothing so much as the greeting of a favoritecandi date at a political convention, and for a few minutes the read iest speaker on the American platform today stood speech less, almost overwhelmed at the sight before him. But once the service began it wis plainly evident that this was not the mere effervescence of high animal spirits or the service, when he said that it was not necessary to hear a dozen sermons before deciding to accept Christ,and he hoped that if Mr. Sunday gave them ihe chance that night they would not wait until "some other time." Everybody felt that the invitation to "hit the trail" would be given before the evening was over, and everybody was getting ready for it. Two or three times it seemed as if the next sentence would be that invitation, but the preacher was not quite ready for it, or knew that his hearers were not, and the sermon went on, grow "ing in intensity, in earnestness, in-fascinating appeal. Finally canio, the tremendous climax. Si aridity; on his chair, with one foot on tlje pttlpii, telling the story of Douglas throwing"".'/?*^ heart of Bruce into the midst of \ s the Saracens and shouting, "Lead on, O heart of Bruce, and where thou leadest we will follow!" lie cried: "Men, I seize the cross of the Son of God, and 1 wave it 0Vr this J.udience! I hurl the heart of the Saviour out into the ranks of the manhood of Boston, and as I do I cry, 'Lead on, O Christ, and we will follow!' Will you do it? Will you folllow? Will you follow? Stand up, if you will!" The scene that followed is in dfscubable. Almost the entire congregation rose to its feet. is and applause made the tabernacle ring again. All over the room men were shouting, "We will!" We will!" Tears weie streaming down the faces of many. In the exercise of an influence that seemed almost un canny Mr. Sunday silenced the rainy, blowy, black, thoroughly thoughtless horseplay, but the tumult with his uplifted hand. deep enthusiasm of earnest men pervaded with a serious purpose. No speaker could ask for a more receptive or sympathe tic audience than Mr, Sunday hid that night His text was. "As the Lord liveth, even, what my Ciod sailh, that will I speak." During his ser mon of an hour's length it seemed as though there was scarcely a motion in that vast throng except at the speaker's will. In no other service that we have as yet attended has there appeared such absolute command of the situation on Ins part. Almost as if hypnotiz ed those men followed the gui dance of his mind and thought. The ready laugh roared out at some of his pertinent character izaiions, but faces grew grave and set at his denunciations of evil. Twice he brought them to their feet, once in pledge of bat tie against the liquor traffic and once in sign of a deeper fealty to Christ. And all the time there was an expectation of something to come. "Rody" had prepaied them for it at the beginning of Then: "How many of you "ill say,'Yes, I will go with you, bill?' I low many of you will come up hercii I give me your hand and say, '1 will live for Christ from this time on'? Come on, men! Come on!" And the "trail hitting" was begun. From all parts of the tab ernacle, dow n every aisle, from the platform, from the singers' seats came moltitudesof mi n old men and young men, men p perous in appearance and men who showed signs of the world's hard knocks, men whose faces were fair and unlined, and men with the marks of dissipation cut deep in their countenances — in one surging flood of awakened purpose, down to the little pit at the'front of the platform, where Mr. Sunday was waiting to grasp each of them by the hand with a word of thanksgiving an encouragement. Over the confusion of the moment rose full and clear the music of the great chorus as Mr. Rod. hi iver led the martial strains el'"Si md Continued on Fourth P tire 1 In rat Af UTIL /f TED I ^ ••


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MRS. ROW ft of Purtlaha C.
ln-.l>, siys "!ThY)rIe..e*,Iiiiso.iii
l,letel/ wired me alter twelv v. .us
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MISS ^RANCIS, ,.f firaJfetrrfrS'>'"''.
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il pre -. ami hc wishes
convey to yod lirr heaitfrflt
MRS. WILDE ifCi **n#Sl. BW/ast,
iv "I iiii deliRlited, I tried lhe
iii-w 'Oik-ne' for the Ihm.i noisei ceaa-
'cii almost bI "iirr, kn'il the hearing
had a-turned eoablni]} me to hear or-
Mr. JOHN' MAYXARD,
Glasgow, say>/ "After spending near-
Iv fifty i owidi i hi v.H i ma a i called
lieu res" it is woi ileiful t Im.l myself
co'inplctely cured at such .i lulling
r. 'st. The '(ill, ne' is iu-ii i I .i ~[ l<-n
did remedy/.""
Billy Sunday In Boston-
ff" XlJiv> Jafiffrer should try this new remedy, for
there is nothing better at any price.
1'icicK 4-'6 per Hiix, post free, with full directions.
Address: OUL.I.N h .' Co., in, South \'ie\v,
Watliiig Street, Darih rd. Kent, l-ln.u and.
t'leiie mention this paper.
r~
TAILORING
J. KEMP
-TAILOR
And Artistic Cultcr
"V- Gradi .f ije -t\
TJ. Mitchell's.School of
tlj Garment Cutting
VI.w Y KK .
' :' Lllos: IVflllulls
ml the l.l s.n,-h:iMii| t II
' \ v.
'^IING. CLKAMVG and
iytG'caVcfully attended to.
fOU* PATRONAGE Will be-
appreciated.
TAILORING
ELL, it has come at last,
what the Christians nj
boston have been look
big for the last few days, hut it
came in such overwhelming
power and magnitude that the
predominant feeling in the
hearts of most even yet is thai
of wonder and surprise. The
gatejS have been tlliown open,
the invitation has been giveifj
and on the first night 1,140 nun
have bit the trad! It is a le-
cord for a fust day's invitation
and response. "Never saw any
thing like it in nil my expe
ri ne," shouted Mr Sunday
Some of us never before tinder
stood what the Day of Pente-
cost was like. We believe that
we have at least a clearer con
ception of it now, after witnes
sing 1 he turning to the Lord on
a single night of nearly half as
n a iy men as weie converted on
that memorable occasion.
touch of feminine finery or a
touch of Hie bright colors of
feminine dress to break the mon
otony and liven up Ihe dull
block and white and gray of
men's at lire! It was certainly a
great Sight lo see an acre and a
half of unbroken masculinity
stretching away from the plat-
form in every direction.
Ldng before Mr. Sunday put
in an appearance the great
rowd of men, under the stimu-
lating leadership of "Rody,"
were having the time of their
lives. Song followed sp"". The
various delegations were asked
to rise and their favorite son;;
was called for. The responses
were made with cheers and
Inndclapping and waving el
Bags. Some delegati >ns were
large; Lynn sending 2,000 men.
\ company of sailors from the
navy yard was greeted with
I much applause, and with great
When Mr. Sunday announced laughter when their favorite
a sermon "to men only" on
Thursday nighjl if was with a
noticeable reservation of man
r>er. lie went on to say that it
had not been his intention to good "'hand." Enthusiasm
begin these special sermons so|vailed. Everybody was in
No. 57a East Bav Street
NASs\r BAHAM >-.
--------r ;< --------------------------
t WANTED
ABQURERSiAt Old Fort Planra-
' tion. Men-and Women. Good
Wages Cutting Sisal.
APPLY AT *\,
4LD FtfK'H or ROYAL GARAGl^/
Ei I Charlolle Street.
f w
early that in all other cas. s he
had preached to men for the first
lime 1 n a Sunday, following
that Sunday appointment with
midweek meetings for them 011-
b; but that as the local com-
mittee Was SO urgent f II such a
meeting to begin at once lie had
fallen in with iheir plans. To
one hearer.at least, there seemed
a note almost of deprecation of
the plan, or of desire to escape
responsibility for failure if no
thing came of it Thursday
brought the first real rainstorm
for weeks Thursday night was
Imperial West Indian
ssurance Association,
tl Ml TJl D.
Au
WEEKLY
and
zed Capital 5,000
LOW RATES FOR-----------
IJC & ACCIDENT BENEFITS
WE INSURANCE
>rornpt and Satisfactory Adjustments of Claims
Iome OfriSfc: 264 Day Street, Nassau.
disagreeable. The imperfect!;
graded grounds around the tab
ernacle were alternate pools ol
Water and sloughs of mud. Ri s
ervations of seats had been made
for men's bible classes and Bro-
therhoods from the surrounding
cities and towns, as well as
from the Boston churches; but,
of course, there would be few
"4from a distance on such a night!
Plans had been made for the
marching in procession to Ihe
tabernacle of various city
groups; but, of course, that was
out of the question! Probably
there would be ten or twelve
thousand present, with a com
fortable seat for everybody, and
no crowding! Hut at 6.45 the
building was filled with the ex
ception of the seats reserved for
delegations, and half an hour
later these were all taken, and
the house was full and running
ovei, with hundreds unable to
gel in. There seems to be some
vagueness as to the exact seat
ing capacity of the tabernacle,
but whatever it is it was readi-
ed Thursday night. And all men!
Not a woman in the lot! Not a
song was announced as .nail
On !" The (Salvation ferny,
present in considerable numbers
and with its fine band, got a
pre
the
best of humor and everybody
"cut loose". When Mr. Sunday
mounted the pulpil it seemed
as if pandemonium had come.
Il was like nothing so much as
the greeting of a favoritecandi
date at a political convention,
and for a few minutes the read
iest speaker on the American
platform today stood speech
less, almost overwhelmed at the
sight before him.
But once the service began it
wis plainly evident that this
was not the mere effervescence
of high animal spirits or
the service, when he said that
it was not necessary to hear a
dozen sermons before deciding
to accept Christ,and he hoped
that if Mr. Sunday gave them
ihe chance that night they
would not wait until "some
other time." Everybody felt
that the invitation to "hit the
trail" would be given before the
evening was over, and every-
body was getting ready for it.
Two or three times it seemed as
if the next sentence would be
that invitation, but the preacher
was not quite ready for it, or
knew that his hearers were not,
and the sermon went on, grow
"ing in intensity, in earnestness,
in-fascinating appeal. Finally
canio, the tremendous climax.
Si aridity; on his chair, with one
foot on tlje pttlpii, telling the
story of Douglas throwing"".'/?*^
heart of Bruce into the midst of \ s
the Saracens and shouting,
"Lead on, O heart of Bruce, and
where thou leadest we will fol-
low!" lie cried: "Men, I seize the
cross of the Son of God, and 1
wave it 0Vr this J.udience! I
hurl the heart of the Saviour out
into the ranks of the manhood
of Boston, and as I do I cry,
'Lead on, O Christ, and we will
follow!' Will you do it? Will
you folllow? Will you follow?
Stand up, if you will!"
The scene that followed is in
dfscubable. Almost the entire
congregation rose to its feet.
is and applause made the
tabernacle ring again. All over
the room men were shouting,
"We will!" We will!" Tears
weie streaming down the faces
of many. In the exercise of an
influence that seemed almost un
canny Mr. Sunday silenced the
rainy, blowy, black, thoroughly thoughtless horseplay, but the tumult with his uplifted hand.
-
deep enthusiasm of earnest men
pervaded with a serious pur-
pose. No speaker could ask for
a more receptive or sympathe
tic audience than Mr, Sunday
hid that night His text was.
"As the Lord liveth, even,
what my Ciod sailh, that
will I speak." During his ser
mon of an hour's length it
seemed as though there was
scarcely a motion in that vast
throng except at the speaker's
will. In no other service that
we have as yet attended has
there appeared such absolute
command of the situation on
Ins part. Almost as if hypnotiz
ed those men followed the gui
dance of his mind and thought.
The ready laugh roared out at
some of his pertinent character
izaiions, but faces grew grave
and set at his denunciations of
evil. Twice he brought them to
their feet, once in pledge of bat
tie against the liquor traffic and
once in sign of a deeper fealty
to Christ. And all the time there
was an expectation of something
to come. "Rody" had prepaied
them for it at the beginning of
Then: "How many of you "ill
say,'Yes, I will go with you,
bill?' I low many of you will
come up hercii I give me your
hand and say, '1 will live for
Christ from this time on'? Come
on, men! Come on!"
And the "trail hitting" was
begun. From all parts of the tab
ernacle, dow n every aisle, from
the platform, from the singers'
seats came moltitudesof mi n old
men and young men, men p
perous in appearance and men
who showed signs of the world's
hard knocks, men whose faces
were fair and unlined, and men
with the marks of dissipation
cut deep in their countenances
in one surging flood of awaken-
ed purpose, down to the little
pit at the'front of the platform,
where Mr. Sunday was waiting
to grasp each of them by the
hand with a word of thanksgiv-
ing an encouragement. Over the
confusion of the moment rose
full and clear the music of the
great chorus as Mr. Rod. hi iver
led the martial strains el'"Si md
Continued on Fourth P
tire 1
In rat
Af UTIL /f TED I
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Zbc tribune
Saturday, Dec. 30th, 191O
Befoi e our nexl issue reach
es our readers, the year i
will have reachi d its cl< >si .
We therefore take this oppor
tunity <>f wishing our friends
teeth will soon be drawn, -so
as to render him harmless.
Serbia is beginning to win
back her own. though she
will need to wait for bettn
weather before much pro-
gress can be made in the Bal
leans.
The French have recovered
all the ground they lost be-
fore Verdun and they with
us have advanced on the Soni
me taking position after pos-
ition deemed impregnable.
But evidently all this is pre
liminnry. Next sear should
find our armies in France
much enlarged and oui si
and munitions augmented
gn atly. The facilties for hand
ling this increase (if Ira flic be
hind the lines are being im-
proved. It is even said that
Canada is pulling up 1000
miles of steel rails for use in
making new railroads behind
the front in Flanders and
I'i nice. Meanwhile. Germany
is assiduously living n
kin s and President Wilson is
attempting the role uf media
tor. We hardly think that his
ni n gi ivernments will embrace his
reputation among the Enten
le Powers. No doubt intense
pressure has been brought to
bear on him by German in-
terests Germany wants pe ice
badlv. but she cannot at this
*
ht. Steele, Montre-
,------ al ; Mrs. MoselejiL I.U.D.F. ; Miss
Hie Telegraph Office will be Sx|)1, Burnsj ,, M;s ,, i5.,we;
Miss Alvce Clarke, Bloemfontein
Mrs. K. Patterson, l.OD.K.;
\!.s. F C. Wells Durrant; Mrs.
Children of the Empire Fund | Wright; Barbara Ren wick";
Blake Brnwnrigg; Jack Culmer;
Rev. M. Bennett; Mr. George
open from 8 to 9 o'clock on New
Year's morning.
jor Maimed and Bl.
Soldiers and Sailors
ti,
a Happy New Year. To our
subscrib. rs and readers gen f**e Kran }e\ms lhJ would
erally vvearegrat. ful for kind.. w acceptable to us. <. do so
would he to expose the Kais
1 1 and the Prussian pow< r
behind him to the fury of the
German people. Such a conf s
sionor defeat after so much
boosting oi Teuton exploits
would be an awful eye-opener
to those who have been the
drj" s of their rulers, and
would-exasper.ile them per
haps beyond all bound-.
I he 1 i> ivernments of Jreat
Britain. France and Russia
have all been re-modelled so
as to ensure a more vigorous
prosecution of the War. Vigor
ous and forceful Lloyd
George and Briand can now
get tilings done, and the late
Russian Premier, who was
suspected of pi rmanism
has been displao d bv a man
who can be better relied
upon for war purposes. Alto
getherour Empire enters on
the year 1917 with improved
prospects and our Central
European foes are shaking in
their shoes.
support and to many conjpri
butors ) our pages w are
thankful. 11m iifg liie year we
have had good reason to
know that our well wishers
are mam and this knowledge
encourages us to go forward
confidently into 10,17.
Locally, the \*r now pass
ing has not been very event-
ful; We have raised what are
for us verj large sums for ob
jects connected with the war
and are proud to believe that
in very many cases the point
of self-saci ifi e has been reach
ed. Our Governor, backed by
Lady fcllardyo hasdone won
ders in this respect, and the
liniiie treasurers of the va-
rious fund- ought to appre-
ciate the praiseworthy and
successful efforts thus made.
The prices of Sisal and of
Sponge iiave gone up vei\
high. What our sisal grow-
ers are making off what they
sell is more thin compensa-
ting the 11 for the big rise in
the price of provisions and
dry goods. We are afraid,
however, that the working
people and the professional
classes in Nassau itself are
not so fortunate.
The X.esau Rnnkcalamity
was a bad blow for a few-
days, but the recovery is like
ly to be rapid and the pres
ence of another Bank at the
time of crisis proved a great
boon. We hope that soon The Post Office will !> open on
The Bahamian Red
Cross Guild
Will meet on Monday January
8th at 4 p.m. at Government
House and every Monday
following al the same hour un-
til further notice.
banking conditions may be |Sundiy, December 31, f"r t
back to normal.
In spite of some appeartn
ces to the contrary, the Wai
s tuation is more favourable
to the Entente than it was
twelve months ago. Rouma-
nia has been overrun and the
Greek King has embarrassed
our Salonika front very much
by his treacherous acts. For
reasons not obscurely hinted
at, he has been allowed too
much liberty to do wrong.
We would like to see him
Mtchied off his throne. Fail-
that, we trust his dirty
ivery of mails including
I'ost due per s.s Mexico.
P
Bahamian Red Cross Guild.
Collected by Miss Dorothy
Wright for Red Cross
buttons ' 5
Collected on Red
Cross Sunday at
Rum Cay II o
Zioij baptist Church
Guild 1 5 o
0
..I
We hav< been requested by
the Private Secaelary to ac
knowledge the following sums
which hive been received by
His Excellency on account
the above Fund:
Previously acknow
11dged
Green Turtle Cay
School per Mr H.
G. Higgs
Victoria School per
Mr. Wallace
Thompson
198 11 S
5 3
7 9
201
"OUR DAY" RED
CROSS FUND.
Amount previously
acknowl< dged 921
Miss L P< ters
Civil Engineers Office
staff
Contractors and
labourers
Pilot John Hroun
Green Turtle Caj, Abaco
per Commissioner
R. Roberts
I'rank HiggS
I law km- Lowe
Franklin Curry
Miss Gi neva l.nwe
Osborne Roberts
Harrison Russell
John b Maury
Daniel Matthews
it stin E. Roherts.
Little \baco
Ragg< (1 bland
Proceeds o| I bits,
mats and baskets
Stamard Cay, Exu
ma, baptist Church
Cat Island, per Rev.
VY. II. Robbins
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son; Mr. Felix Altcnborn ; Mr.
E. II McKinney, Green Turtle
Cay.
Thanking you for your co
opera!......
I have the honour to be,
Ymii obedient servant.
DH \YAI.TER HESS
Suggestion From One Of Our
Board Teachers.
It would not be surprising to
think that the great harm that
is being done to our Fruit trees
is due from "scale blight" or
us which if left to .itself may
not only kill out the young trees
but also prevent the fiintfuiness
ol maimed rules. This may be
got rid ol h> brushing the stem
and branches with a solution of
whale oil snap in wa
a small quantity of (Cerosine oil
has been added ll decoction 'if
tobao 0 beaten up with cai bo
lie soap so as to form suds, is
,, also a very v.duible insecticide
if it be brushed over the bark
of the trees and be allowed to
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of ten and a half miles
west of the town, while the
Teutonic Danube army captur-
ed several fortified villages Re-
cording to the Berlin War Of-
fice.
Petrograd admits that the
Russians and Roumanians have
been forced to fall back north
of Megura, but says elsewhere
the invaders were defeated with
fceavy casualties.
Since December 22nd says
Berlin more than 8900 prisoners
and 27 machine guns have been*
captured in Roumania.
Artillery duels sapping opera
tions and attacks by small par-
lies featured Wednesday's fight
ing on other fronts in France.
lher< have been sporadic bat
ties at several points along the
line in Russia andGalacia from
Volhvuia to the Carpathians
but no important results have
been attained by either side.
I he usual bombardment is in
progn K in the Austro Italian
theatre.
In Macedonia comparative
quiet prevails.
The mobilization of the Greek
army in accordance with Gree-
erto which re's promises to the Entente Ab

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Hon Treasurer
Red Cross Stamp
Fund-
Nassau, IH c. 23rd, 1916
The Editor ol The Tribune.
Dear Sir :
Mas I take the liberty to ack-
nowledging through your col-
umns the receipt of further con
tributions ol used postage
stamps, to the Red Cross Stamp
Fund, from the following:
Mrs. C. Kendrick, Hope,
Town, Abaco 460
Mis Bleby 400
.Miss Harriet A. Moss,
Governor's Harbour 500
Mrs. C. A. Dupucll 200
Miss Sophie bethel 100
1st Bahama Girl Guides 400
Miss K. Anderson, Fiji 130
MissCaddon 311
Miss Road 109
Miss Morrison aoo
Misfl Martha Morrison 50
Miss Foster 100
\b de Mouncy 100
Other Friends 750
Miss Ada Fricker, Trinidad 1075
Mrs. Mclvoi 114
Miss Jennie L. Moss,
Governor's Harbour 5^0
Miss Elizabeth Collins 1309
Miss Ailse ber: 3900
Mrs. W. H. F. bleby 300
Violet Patrol, G.G. 282
Dorothy and Aba Brook 1000
Leslie F. Russell, Hope
Town, Abaco 250
Inagua Wolf Cubs 150
Lady Allardyce, Miss K. Allar
dyce, Miss Lobb, Mrs. Shepherd,
Mrs. Meeres, Miss M. Ravennais,
South Africa; Mrs. Tudor, 1.0.
II. G. WELLS, in "Mr. Britling
it Through"
"No, I must svrite plainly
about (iod as 1 have found Him
as I le found me---------
Religion is the first thing and
the last thing, and until a man
has found God and been found
by God, he beginsat no begin 11
ing he Works to no end."
Announcements
Si rs ices will be held in the
seventh Day Adventisi chapel
on East Shirley Street at 7.00
Sunday night Dec 31, t>> which
all are invited. Subject,--"Inci
dents in 'he Life of Christ"
which will he illustrated by ster
eoptican siesvs.
ST. JOHNS CATHEDRAL
\l .'ting St.
Rev. (I A Thomps n. S !'.!),
Minister Tomorrow, 0.30 a.m.
Sunday School, H. W. Bradford,
Supt. ; 1 a.m. Theme "A Purged
Conscience." 9 p.m. "Watch
night." Extra seats. (Jood music.
Pleasant Ushers. The public are
cordially invited.
Gospel service on Sunday
Evening at 7 o'clock in the (. >-
pel Hall, Cor. of Christie and
Dowdeswell Sts. will he con-
ducted by^L". Bertram. Subject
"'The Eter^P State."
All Welcome.
^A
Telegrams
December 29th, 1916.
War Summary :
The net of the Teutonic allies
apparei^Uv is fast closing in
upon Brafla, Rumania's oil and
grain centre no the Danube
Having taken Fillipechta thirts
miles to the southsvest, Field
Marshall McKensen's troops
now have captured the railroad
town of Riinuiksarat, relativeb
the same distance to the east,
while the guns of the Dobrudja
army still are hammering and
with some success the Russo
Roumanians at the bridge head
of Matchin on the east bank of
the Danube opposite Braila.
Ptiyt to the fall of Rimnik-
sarat the Teutonic Allies de
feated the Russians on a front
lies is being carried out accord-
ing to information received at
the British Foreign Office.
I lu- Russian Emperor in an
order ol the day to the Russian
arms dealing \s:Mi Germany's
proffei of peace' asserts lhat thfij
proffer sv.i- Miu.lp iwiMali iTer''
many feels that her complete
defeat is ne,u. The Emperor ad-
ded that the time for peace had
not yet arrived and he was con-
fident no Russian soldier had
11 driven from Russian soil
and had given guarantees to
prevent a possible repetition of
a treacherous attack.
W -luugtou: In spite of the
wide gull between the insus-
tencv ol the Central Powars for
an immediate Peace Conference
and the forecast ol a unanimous
refusal by the Entente Allies to
iter such a conference svithoi
knowing Germany's terms in al
Van e, lhe Amen 01 g |
believes that the negotl
tions in progress are resulting
good. It was said with authofl
ts tonight thai until the dun
peace is actually closed b]
side or the oilier Prsfidfj^
son will continue tc hope
any discussion of the subject
will tend to hasten the end of
the war.
Count Von Berust >ff, the Get
man ambassador returning un-
expectedly tonii;U| f.om Nesv
York authorized me Associated
Press to make the following
statement.
'I regard the note of my gov
eminent as constituting an ac*
ceptance of everything suggest-
ted by President Wilson's one
to the belligerent nations. It
was made clear at the Embassy
, that Germany stands ready to
make known her terms on the
first day of any conference that
may be held a::d officials ex-
pressed themselves as being
greatly surprised at the view
prevailing in some quarters here
that the Berlin government had
failed to meet the President's
suggestions by not setting dosvn
in the reply, the terms upon
which it is willing to make
peace. The German diplomatic
say President Wibon has no in^
tention of drawigg a public de-
claration concerning terms from
the Central Posvers, on the con-
trary they think the President's .
suggestion that an early occa-
sion be sought to call out from
all the nations now at w
an avowal of their res
views as tot
the sva
been fi
sceki
ence


To be had at all Grocers
C. L.''LofthOUSe-Company's Agent

3<.lh December, 1916
London.*'Nurlhwesl ol I iomine
couil we repulsed rneniy nltacks.
()n 1 lie resl nf the Front nly - r 111
lerv duds lonk place.
On Tuesday naval aeroplanes
successfully bombed enemy camps
.it (ialata, Gallipoli and on Wed
ned i) s taplani 11 dealro'j ed 1 hi '
dar Bridge, 18 milei end "f Idana
in Asia M ioor,

c-ii r"' Einiainssthe French
n' .1 -in pi ie r 11 id; north
>f Uadenville taking 10010machine j ,|ir ,.,.
vnncii>r> along ihe 1 ail nay to
.\ .mis Kokshani.
Petrograd reports thai (lie in
vadi is south of the Danub< liave
be< 11 n pulsed u nil hc,i\ y 1
. 1 Keep! in (lie \ illage ol Uakel
wl 11 ii lias bee.....'cupicdWij
tin in. British armed m< ! n ca
s,i\ i IN tri^i.i.l, did great execu
tioit in .Ins lighting
C siderable lighting has again
till;. '.1 1 1 he Verdun si 1
tm rir-'Und \l"i t 11' mime and mi
Sold by
T.S.Hilton
Park Store
W. Hilton
260 Hay Street
or oaaenvniei">gronri.i-iii.">|ti,e fastern slopes if Hill ; > 1
8uns [ w I:- ic the 1 lei in ms made an at
t.u k bul were repulsed, and
Peti ig ad: -The Ruasi 1111 1
resis'infl Mubboiidy in Dobrudja,
Scandinavian
s.'in a note to
slligeients 111 suppmi "I the
pence noted President Wilson.
I 1 indon: Ihe
governments hav*
M ,.|n !: ["he not* addressed to'
Germany on the submarine ques-
tion hv the Spanish government
dec!.we- ill il ii"* Spinilh Rovern I
4nefii' always niaini lined thai it!
ras illegal tn destroy pine '
The "abinet also maintained
Bhat submarines violate the De j
fclar iti"ii of I.mi.Inn by abandon 1
int; iln' c ews of -in h 11 ships in
nil bo its f H front laid
fWlin: -It is rep "' "I 1I1 it the \
FinioSr ytrrmve^ Orfamna bound
for fMisingfois arttli 1 regi iienf of
Russian coast artillery s'.iuck a
Russian mine md sunk in a few
minutes, Only flftj pers ms were
saved. 1 no horses weie drowned
New York: The Russian
steamer Kurs, fechniiRtl for New
York, with 1 j' is* ngers Blxaid
was sunk by h nuns November ac/h
off Kiikwall, ^c itland. One v <
man passenger and two sailou
weie drowned while lifeboats
were bi i 1 >_; launched,
Berlin:The Teutonic ndvance
in Wnllachia lias been pushed
tweniv kilometres norlh'tis' of
Rimmksarat.
On the Verdun front yet< r Germ.in troops transferred from
the Soiivne entered French posi-
tions on Mill 304 and on Southern
slope of I eadmant Hill. They ad- jj"_Kl:' P0'1'1 out IhatPrussia lias
vauced to s com
where Ihe Krench begad a bum
bardmenl ol (ierman post ti hi-.
lilsi w here along Ihe I n m It
lines there have t* en reciproc
al bo 1. bard men is and attacks
by sin ill patrol parties, inter
spersed with fights in the air
and aeiial raids by French, Bri
tisli ami German aviators In
these air en ountei s each sid
reported to have lost machines,
London: I'he official utter
ance by temper 1 Nichol is st.it
in", that the t..... lias not yetar
rived f< u peace iegol ia I ions is
taking (he lea ling place t' day
in both the in .'. and editorial
sections of the evening tie
papers. Some of them suggest
thai the other Allies should fol
low Russians had.
THE STANDARD says:
"We cordially welcome 'Ins
frank exposition of war aims
from our considerable membei
ol the alliance. It would do no
harm and might do mui h go d
ii ihe other Mlii made ii clear
once foi all that there rui now
be no question of the restora
lion (if st tns quo. There has
been far loo much inclination
in this country to test the mere
9\ acuatio 1 of occupied terri
lory us ;i test of the Bincei ily of
Ihe < iermans. Wo trust that the
Allies 111 their reply to |>
overtures will emphasize the
point ma,In by the emperor, and
they might go further. They
A Living Sacrifice.
I Strtnon joy the First Sun
after the Epiphany.
Romans XII, 1 "Present your
l>. ulii s n living sacrifii e, hoi},
acceptable unto God."
Those who are making the
great sacrifice in the war are
giv ing up tin ir lives. Saci ifice,
in the full use nf the word, im
and third French broken faith time and again am
position capturing seven
guns.
machine
London:- A strong force of Ger-
mans I.is' night afier a long and
violent artillery fne attacked on n
three kilometre front northwest of
Verdun, i ranch infantry and ma-
chine -;uns hi(.l one French trench was penetrated
by a few host lie tioops.
that there is every reason to
suspi ct treachery in her pn si ol
approach 1 s, and that no peace
could he sale foi Kurupe which
leaves Prussian militarism with
the presentiment of victory
which would be there sin mid
the war he terminated tumor
row".
Washington:A policy of ab-
solute silence regarding peace ne
gotiati'.ns ii.is been adopted by
'ilsoo and Seen toy
- death Yet St. Paul, 111
this letter to the Christians in
the city of Rome, speaks of a
Sai nine which means life in
:< nl of death, a resurrection
life indeed
I. The living sacrifice. In
the oldest of the religions of the
world we always find that sac
rifice forms a part. Mankind
h 1 Is that something must be
ffered lo < iod to obtain pat don
for ".'tilt Hut these saciili
in the case of the heathen reli
gions, became deb is< d an I de
graded and connected w itli im
moral practii es. Indi 1 I su h
j practices, as we on from the
Old 11 stament, were a snare
and temptation t\ en to Ihe 11<
brews, in spite of their pun 1 re
ligion.
The City of Rome was a sink
of iniquity and the Apostle
knew the temptation to which
his couvei Is wet ed. lie
had already written to them
"Lei not sin rrign in your mor
tal body, that ye shall obey it
in the lusts thereof ......
yield yoursi Ives unto God, as
those that are alive from the
R hi. VI, 12). As we
read the < )ld l\ stament we note
that in the ordinary sacrifices
the life of the victim wai con-
sumed in the offering, hut the
life of the Christian is not con
sinned or destroyed by being of-
fered to the service of Ills Mas
ter. There is death in the
offering of ourselves to God, but
it is the death unto Sin whereby
resident
and sic is altogetl er contrary
to Ilis Nature.
II. The Hiii' iion of tub booy
I The New Ti stami nt teaches us
very clearly that our religion
does not only conojni the soul
In one of the inosT nenu'.ful of
our prayers we say "Here we
I ffi 1 and present unto Thee, O
Lot I, mils' ha s, our Souls and
bodies, to be a reasonable, holy,
and lively Sfl Mil' e unto Thee."
VV in we kin i-l al the Altar to
receive the I hd\ Sacrament, the
words addressed in us are "the
II dy of Our Lord Jesus Chi ist,
. . preserve thy body and soul
unto everlasting life." Our re-
ligion, then, is as well for the
bodj as the soul. God requiri s
thai the whole man shall be
dedicated to His service, for it
s imp issible for one pai t of our
being to serve I i id w bile the
other part is sen ing the Evil
One. The body and the t
SO 1 losel) united t i al the
acts of the body affect the soul
quite as much as the- soul's
wishes and thought 1 the
body An ancient writer puts
it thus: Let thine e\ e look
up.m no evil ihiiiLi, and it hath
ime a s 11 rifice : Let thy
tongue speak nothing filthy, and
it hath become an offet ing : Lei
111) hand do no law less d
and it hath become a burnt of
fering. I'he daily hf" if the
baptized Christian is lo imita te
the I livine Cvfash r who .. c,:\
al .
This constant offering of oui
lib- to '.Sod's rvice is to be ftur
own vollintai J act This is win
St Paul uses the w ord "present"
I le calls upon US to offer to ( ,
even our bodies. If we do tins
t\ 11 y day remember, that we
have already been dedicated to
God in I lol) B ipl ism, -. e shall
be kepi from mii by Dii.....
Grace Many ol the heathen
olTcied theirbodies to their false
gods for all kinds of impure and
even painful rites, thinking that
LOST.
FLEXIBLE dia nond brace.
let, also a diamond brooch on
squaie of black velvi t.
A very liberal n .ud will be
paid for their return
MISS-ALDI N
Graycliff, West Hill Street.
Departmental Notice.
Police <)nh ily Room,
N issau, 27th December igift.
THE public are hereby w a 1 m I
that the Regulations for the
Prohibition or resti iction in Ihe
public streets, thoroughfares
COUl t~, and alleys in the Isl
of New Provident e have n< I
been rescinded by the Governor
in Council, and that the throw
ing or firing of firew 1 rks, c
1 rs ' ud othei 1 \plosi\ es in tl
public Streets and lhoroughl.il' H
ol New Providence, ihe sound
ing or use of horns Irumpi
and all ipStl un en's of sound an
strictly prohibited.
2. Any pi 1 -' hi guilty of an)
violation or breach of any 01
the above Regulations will 1"
1 'I'l-ci uled.
R. I!. C. CRAWFORD
Commandant of Police.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made expri
ly for J. C. Coakh v
Long leaf, Fine lla\ 01 and
!.i. Keeps hard and In a
> Made to catch 1 li- trad<
those who know w I1.1t good
Loba i'i'> !;.;..'! have gol tii
of sonic of the old liraiui -'.u+< ;
have gone bad.
Give ii a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices (>U\. per flake3
d Satisfacl ion guaranti ed <>i
mom y refunded.
Just a hint'"The Allies"
id. Cigars axe the best ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Bay
European Agency.
1\DH.\ IS promptly execut
1 I at lowest cash prices for
all kinds of British and Con-
tinent,! I goods, im luding
Bl itionery,
i's anil Leather,
1 hemii als and Druggists' Bundriei,
China, Rflrthenware ami (;i u ware
("> les, Mo'.ira an.1 Accessories,
I) Millinery ami 1'iecr Goods,
Kan I Ittlfi
I In 1.'. ne, Machinery and Metals,
1 Plate and wati
lliotn^rapllic an I ()| In .il ( .
Pi \ isii n- and Oilmen's St< res,
1 tr., etc,
nil 1 ii i p.c. lo .5 />.<.
ia(i .1.'/
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i ,- fnm 10 11/ orrfs.
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int.
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i ibliilieil i" r 1
25 Abchurch Lane, Lnndon, EC
he Holy Spirit modifies and|thu| lhev di(1 service to their
kills all vices in us ; while, at ,lnlv VVhen we daily dedicate
the same tone, there .s a "new; our-b()dies ,,, ie service of
birth unto nghteousnesi So Christ, He lifts dh up, and
that this livin sacrifice is that
in which the natural life Ic.ses
only what is harmful to it, and
gains holiness and purity in
stead.
Such a sacrifice as this is call
ed "Holy". The animals which
used to he o0ered, under the
Mosaic law, weie to he without
ilemish. This was intended to
mpress on the minds of the
WOnhippei the need of holiness
J life. Such an offering is des
holy
mui as
He
makes'us
holy.
" faks my life and let it be
Consecrated, Lord, to Thee."
is
Camplejohn
The shop of quality on Mark-
et St. next to Armbrister's Shol
Store. /y
Highest Gradi lortoise Slitlf
Work. All hand made.
All kinds of Island W'or
hats, baskets, mats, etc., etc.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DKSIUkS to inform Ins
friends and the Publii
tli. t In; has just no jved a
' 1 lete outfit of facilities
lor the business of an under
taker, which places him in a
position tocarry out Funerals
that may be entrust! d to his
with system and d< s
It; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage. (iel m\
and provi thai
they are the very lowesl for
tn-t 1 la work.


n

The Tribune, Nassau, Satvrday D c Ur 30, 1916
.
up, stand up for Jesus!" It was a
thrilling moment! Few such are
given to any man to experience
on this earth. It may be doubted
whether there will be another
sucli scene as this during all th
campaign, however full of glor
ious experiences it may be. Its
significance lay in its prophetic
as well as in its immediate and
present nature.
Steadily the tiail hitting
went on. Scores and hundreds
of men pressed down the aisles
to take th-'hand of the evange
list in token of their surrender
to Christ and their purpose to
serve him. Not all were coming
now for the first time. Many of
them were rededicating them
selves anew to the service of
Him whom they already know
and love. Quietly the magnifi
cent machinery of fie move
ment got i" work. In some way
the front seats, already crowded,
were emptied, and the converts
placed in them. One hundred
and fifty or more ushers, minis
tersand personal workers went
among them with card and pen
cil, securing names, addresses
and church preferences, and al
most before the last of the Lreat
congregation had passed out of
the tabernacle it was known
that 1,440 men had registered
their determination to live
henceforth for Christa regi
ment and a half; almost half as
many as the converts on the
of 1'entecost
The campaign in Moston may
have greater triumphs, but we
doubt if it will have greater
thrills than those of the half
hour following Bill) Sunday's
sermon Thursday night."the
Watch man-Ii.xaininer.
Advertise in
The Tribune.
A
Special
Appeal
Hrkir mJ CWJ.
B^,ou ...

tiJ /r,mb*rtkmituAtliiburyi F > it

on Behalf of Baby
NaturJIy a Healthy Mother
1 rr-Wi her own child, and no cause, save inability,
should prevent her doing w>. But than an many
a n who, though willing, cannot wholly or even
partially, nurse their children. Either they have no
milk for them, or it is poor in quality and deficient
in surname.
The Question then arises
v dd hi given to Baby. Carefully consider
t: highly important point. Remember, that the
1 given ;11 the proper age will lay a nire
foundation for future health and happiness. Ordinary
1 milk is totally omuitable ns a f<><*l for young
1 .; it la add, oontaina Indigestible curd and is
1 ntly awarming with dangerous germs, especially
1 mertime. Farinao ous Fo id imustnotbegiven,as
a child Under six months of ag cannot dig) t si m h.
A Satisfactory Solution
of the difficult problem of feeding children by hand is
provided by using the 'AUroburyt' Foods. Prepared
as directed, these pure Foods closely resemble h<
mother's milk In 00mposition, nutritive alu and
ibility. 1 the outcome of I
ici ntifiohv n arriedoutwitb all there mrosa
of wide manufa luring and experience.
Decide to use
th'-'Allenl.M ng the many 1
ailments which folio u He 1 *1 will
be avoided, and B will equipped with sound
health and strength.
The Method of Simplicity and Certainty
P
9
1. '
I
CDL.l
MILK FOOD No. I.
Fiom birth to j month.
MILK FOOD No. 2.
From J to 6 months.
MALTED FOOD No. 3.
Fuii 6 moDlbi upward*.
The 'Allenburys' Rusks (Malted).
A aatfcl addition to h.iby't dietary when io month, oU and after.
Th* 'Allenburyi' Foods re made unH -r special proceaaca
by machinery, and are entirely uiitouclwd by hand.
PTSrlli far trom book "Infant Feeding mad Muiagemenl"
64 pasaa a' rafuab's Inl r. nimtlnn tor ovary mother.
Ailcn li Mbnburys Ltd., London, England.
fi.D. 1715. Ballilli' if ffl* YlBTl A.D. 1915.

The Branch Tailoring Dept.
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EXPERIENCE boVght is nothing lost, then
d give me a c-han. -nit for you. Tailor
and Cutter.
1
Announcement
^t
Mr. Oscar E. Johnson
TAILOR and CLOTHIER
DECS to inform his mi lhal he has just leturued
* from New York where he became a graduate ol \he Mitchell
'College of America& wi rded a DIPLOMA of efficiency in the
several branches of Pailoring. Modern Technique and Cutting
being his specialty.
This testimonial fa h a high quarter will serve as a
Guarantee to confirm the confidence of his clientele in his skill
and in his well know n three P's \ \Z :
Price, Push, Punctuality. Patronage Solicited.
OSCAR E. JOHNSON, No. 9, Market St.
(and No. to (ieorge St.)
Waltham Watch
at Low Price.
ONE-THIRD SAVED.

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In npIlointM H0O Ipei lo*.-11 l> t r.. 1/. (e,J. For SslrS
WE nUARANTt^F every" Waltl.* 1 Watch sold by usforaierm < f t\ R
wv%c UtSMn/Aivit^c year* ariatnst: (1 d I'uith. ilimrr. If nf:. U
ai our and in full, Ineiudiiu All. p
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1. c of English Manti Blurt end made by the '.veil hi
bennlson Watch Chs< Co.. famous lor produrlnH W it* h s
nlaOB Wnt li 1 1 '
id. h Gold FIIM vemi the nombev ol .1 In iht bMh of eai
1 1 :<. 1 1 1 rou. W- \ti I rs>| !<'>, abeolllU I) FRl'E OF
CHANGE, any (nil Filled watch Case sold by u that wears out within th.- Mil
stul< I in tin- tuui trtH't .
FREE CATALOGUE J^f,1};,
YOU our Complo'." Illustrated Cataloitue elvink a
selection of nenr.ji a thousand "f the nio*i 1
lid Ani.ru-an Walrhes, Inrli
0 Wn th mi Watoht s. i
M .>,.!'. wflipry,
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tain Pel 0
Wi lie to-day for tins Interestlni!Cataloitue. It will
you Pounds,
il we fina'Antee (0 show you a
savin/of at liast ONE l till l>. r . ui refund
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1 our flank lot
.. Hankr.rs: l*oi
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THE CASES
SIECIAL WAR GUARANTEE.
WE GUARANTEE the lafc delivery of all
our G001H ilnm I any
idenaka tt*
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DESCRIPTION. 7Tri;tvr'
FEARS LTD. (Established 1846),
MfvifiH Mirers and Merchants,
Whole ale and Er.orl,
198, BRISTOL RRFDG'. BRISTOL. England, guaranteed for FIVE Veara.
Waltham Movement. H .
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nati-iit
ti 1111-1.il In Form. -..rhahlu
I teel aafi'ly
barrel, eipoaed irlnillnaMrhMla. tally
FOR SALE
" passenger
MOTOR CAB,
\ good invi Btm< nl for .-my
ons 0 outemplates rent
ing a' dmiii the winter
months.
I o be sold at ;i moderati
price. \
ApDljtatejCT
'\IVI1.K K. M
W
MOORI
Enamel Beds,
and Springs,
Fancy Gojds,
and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin.
Buy St. and Victoria Ave
New Bicycle Tyres
For fcale
UV put them <>n for you lvet\
6f clhi,
New American
Bicycles for saie.
Moderate Prices
bruce jonrnlcLN
.12 King Str< 11. Nassau
.,;:.'.
Are We Downhearted ?
WE ARE NOT!
And one reason for our stoutness of heart is thai in -|iiie of THE WAR
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SHOE 14 STUBE f I
s W^
is lOppIying the public wii|i Shins
FOR THE HOLIDAYS "*
from its mammoth Stock at hut slighth' increased Prices
No part nl our apparel gives that sense of security and courage like
A SHOE ;
thiit combines the four points of excellence
>t WI
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a
i'raila.
j\ to the fall of Rimj|(.
sarat the Teutonic Allies de
feated the Russians on a front
the vvarj
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seek i 1
ence


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