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LOCAL and PERSONAL
Additional Local News on Page 1 and 6
At Pixley's hall, October 2P.
George ft. Cole and L. J. Drown
were liellinghum visitors Monday.
Mrs. L. A. Osgood left Saturday
morning for her home in California.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Holla Handy Friday evening.
Votes for Hardin und Pemberton
are votes for untrammeled justice.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cloud were Se
attle visitors from Friday until Mon
A. M. TeSelle and family left on
Monday for their former home at
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11.I 1 . Hoerhave re
turned the first of the week from a
trip to Seattle.
The W. C. T. I. will give a Ma
trons' Declamatory contest in the
M. E. church this evening. .No ad
mission will be charged.
J. YV. Austin, of Laurel, democrat
ic candidate for county commissionei
was in Lynden Monday in the inter
nals of his candidacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Somers were
tendered a reception at Odd Fellows
hall Thursday evening by the local;
orders of Odd Fellows and Kebekahs
and their friends.
William, the seven-months old
baby of Mr. and Mrs. ltd Thomas,
of Northwood, died Tuesday, anil!
was buried in the Lynden cemetery
Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Herbert.
Jones conducting the servicts.
There will be a democratic rally:
at Hoffman's hall next Tuesday ev-1
en ing, October 39. The speaker to I
address the meeting on this occasion
will be either Judge Neterer or O. P
It will be well for voters to re-j
member that the entire county votes!
on the two county commissioners to I
be elected on November 5, and;
that Henry Shagren, of Lynden, and,
C. B. Legoe, of Ferndale, are the!
men for the office.
The Washington Association for
the I'reventiou of Tuberculosis calls
attention to the fact that October
27 is to be devoted to consideration!
of the white plague. It requests j
ministers, teachers and public bodies
to discuss the subject and will pro
vide literatnre. '
H. N. Wing, democratic candidate
for county clerk, J. M. Kdson, dem
ocratic candidate for county assess
or. and-H. C, Durham, political mali
nger for J. W. Austin, democratic
candidate for county commissioner,
were callers at The Tribune office
A number of people interested inj
the public reading room met at the |
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Loring;
Tuesday evening to discuss plans to
rata* money for library purposes. It
M probable that an entertainment on
the minstrel order will be presented
soon, the proceeds of which will be
donated to the library board.
The Tribune has finished an all
home-product of printing for the
Lynden Pioneer Realty Co., to which
tt may justly point with pride as aj
specimen of the typographical art
Ttta handsome 12-page folder will
be distributed broadcast among pos i
sible investors in the east by this
enterprising and progressive realty
Of the Gray Concert company which
will appear* at Pixley's hall Tuesday
evening, October 29. furnishing the
lirst number of this season's Red
path Lyceum course, the Seattle
lost-Intelligencer says of its ap
pearance in that city:
"There was a large and fashiona
ble gathering to greet and applaud
the young violinist and her wonder
ful interpretation and soulful touch
won her the admiration of her au
highly improved farm
on the Lynden Flats.
Practically all clear
ed. First-class farm
buildings. No better
water or building lo
cation to be found
north of Lynden.
Land in a high state
of cultivation. On
mail and milk route
and situated about 3
miles from Lynden.
$2500 cash; balance
on long time at Vfo.
Mrs. Hurry Osgood has returned
Ironi a visit to Tacoma and Seattle.
A baby daughter came to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Dunker
A baby boy arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Loucks Sun
Dr. Beebe, if elected coroner of
this county, will not be controlled
by an undertakers' combine, or by
any ether kind of a combine. He
will conduct the office as it should
ltev. Jack Carroll, traveling rnp
j reseulative of the Christian Work
ers, visited I.ynden last week, and
as a result of his labors, fourteen
people were baptised last Sunday,
the ceremony taking place at Fish
I Trap creek near the city.
The quarantine imposed by the
commissioner of horticulture against
alfalfa seed from Idaho, Utah and
Wyoming has been ltrted by a rul
ing of the attorne> general and un
less some other method is found the
seed affected by weevil may be in
troduced into this state.
The democrats held a rally .".t
Jam ieson's hall Monday evening at
which Hon. E. O. Connor, candidate
for congress and former corporation
counsel of the city of Spokane, was
, the principal speaker. A large audi
ence greeted the i soeaker who gave
an interesting talk on the political
issues of the day from the view point
of the democrats.
The Tribune is in receipt of :i
communication from Mr. H. Bakker
of Apeldoorn, Holland, renewing his
subscription, and in Which he says:
"'We have hud v pleasant visit
from Mr. Polinder. I understand he
and Mr. Blankes will leave again by
the 12th of this month. 1 am glad
to note from your paper that Lyn-'
den and em irons continue to grow
Hon. Ed Brown, of Custer, who
is seeking re-election as state sena
tor, is a visitor in Lynden today.
The senator is making his canvass as
a "Farmers' Candidate.", and says
that his record is clean, that he has
been honest in all his public and
private dealings, and that having
acted only in the interests of the
people whom he was elected to serve
he is entitled to re-election at their,
hands. Senator Brown is president
of the Farmers' Mutual Telephone
On account of a threatened epi- :
demic of scarlet fever. Dr. B. V.
Mounter, health officer, has ordered'
the public schools closed for a peri-;
od of two weeks, beginning today.
Dr. Mounter also requests the
churches and lodges to discontinue
meetings until such time as danger
!of the disease spreading has passed.
! People generally are cautioned a
' gainst congregating unnecessarily at
i any time or place in order that the
1 work of eradicating the disease from
: the city may be facilitated.
j At present but two cases of the
fever have been reported, one being
the son of L. Larson, on Grover
street, and the other at the home of
John Vandercamp, near the bridge. \
The order of the health officer
does not apply to the Christian
school, no cases of the disease hav
ing developed among its pupils.
! A Community meeting for the pur
i pose of discussing topics of educa- j
: tional interest will be held at thei
! Glendale School house Friday even-!
ing, October 25, at 8:30 P. M., to
' which the public is cordially invit
Mr. F. R. Palmer will act as
chairman, and Miss Pansy O. Brun-'
son as secretary of the meeting, and;
I the following program will be ren-;
Rural Ideals Miss Keeler.
Outside Reading. .. Martha Brown.]
Discussion, led by Grace McGuigan.j
The Playground .... P. A. Wright.
Discussion .led by W. H. Jackman.
Monolouge Margaret Gray.
I How the Home may Help the School
■ Discussion, led by Mabel Plank.
Introduction of Topics of Special In
terest by Patrons or others interest
ed in good schools.
1 Singing of America by audience.
I Mrs. G. L, Abbott, Mrs.
O. E. Reed, Mrs. Brundage, Mrs. F.
Blethen's Gift Repudiated.
That there is a growing revulsion
of feeling among people all over this
country against the dollar mark aa
» standard of respectbility is cvi
; deuced by the action of the students
at the state university Tuesday when
[they openly and vigorously protestec
'against the acceptance of the chinios
1 presented to the university by A. J.
'•- Klethen on the ground that the gift
, was purchased with "tainted money.*'
In a printed circular the students
I refer to the questionable record of
Mr. Blethen in the financial and
business world, and conclude their
protest with these words:
| "Each day the Blethen chimes
will proclaim the supremacy of the
■ false, the shame of sin, the triumph
of the dishonest dollar. Each peal
of its bells will testify that money
can purchase respectability for any
man. no matter how sordid his
~*~ THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1912.
HON. E. G. MILLS
Progressive's Candidate for
Attorney General Addres
i ses large Lynden Audience
f] Hon. E. C. Mills, of Seattle, Pro-j
gressive party caniliilate for attor
ney general, made an excellent nd
j dress at the Progressive meeting oni
Friday night. Considering the very,
inclement weather, the rain coming
I down in torrents, the attendance was
i good, and the closest attention was
accorded the speakers. Had the|
weather been favorable. Jamieson's
hall would not have accommodated
Mayor Robert Heaton presided at
the meeting, and the following local
candidates made brief speeches be
fore Mr. Mills began his earnest and i
eloquent address: Henry Shagren,
C. B. Legoe, George A. Breniner, C.
B. Sampley, John Aitken, and F. C.
Clear, incisive and patriotic, the
address of Mr. Mills was heartily
applauded and won lor him the ad- (
miration of tbe large audience. His!
i intelligent and clear presentation t f
jthe commendable measures promised
Iby the Progressive party, and his j
fearless denunciation of the wrongs
inflicted upon the public by the pre-1
sent order of things won for him
and his party the approval of Bill
• intelligent citizens who had the.
pleasure of hearing him.
Mr. Mills fully demonstrated that
he has not been wasting his
while engaged in public service as:
state senator of Wisconsin and as;
' United States Government attorney,
which position lie held for eight:
years, resigning to come to the state,
of Washington., to resume theprac
' tice of his profession, that of law..
He has carefully and conscientiously
studied the important public issues
iof the clay, and is well equipped forj
the position to Which he aspires.
Mr. Smallfield of the Electric The-j
; atre wishes The Tribune to state
that the theatre has not been dosed
to the public, and that the moving
pictures art being presented each
evening as usual.
Hon. J. C. Lawrence
Will Be Here Next Wednes
day Night. At Pixley'. Hall.
The citizens of Lynden and vicin
ity will have the honor of a visit
from that sterling citizen, John C.
Lawrence, of Spokane. Mr. Law
rence will be accompanied by Hon.
Dan Landon, of Seattle, the pro
gressive party candidate for con
gressman of this district, who will
succeed W, E. Humphrey because
tlie people of this district have is
sued the edict that a Man of the
i'eople must represent them at
Washington after March 4, 1913.
Both will deliver addresses at Pix
ley's hall Wednesday evening, Oc
Poindexter and Landon at
Senator Miles Poindexter wlil ppeak
atcthe Metropolitan theutre in Bell
ingham Friday evening, October 25
at 8 o'clock. A special train will
leave Sumas at fi: 30, Lynden at 7:00
. L'verson at 7:20 and way points. Re
' turning will leave Bellingham 2t»
minutes after close oi meeting.
Those wishing to go on the regular
i evening train will have the benefit
of excursion rates.
The Lynden Pioneer Realty Co.
has just had printed a 12 page fold
er giving a lot of facts about the
Nooksack Valley and Lynden, and;
\ illustrated with numerous pictures
I from photographs. We printed c
] nough of them so that we will be
glad to give you a few to send to
! friends in the East, or what is bet
ter yet, we will be glad fo mail
them direct to your friends if you
will bring the names and addresses
to us. The folder describes the coun
' try, the crops, the industries and
; the weather. It tells about the
prices of land and gives the reason
, why those prices are cheap when com
pared with land iv other localities.
We have tried to tell the facts and
tell them truthfully and interesting
ly. If you have friends whom you
want to interest or friendß who are
j enquiring for information bring us
, their names and we will mail them
j one of the folders.
; LYNDEN PIONEER REALTY CO
W. R. C. Notes.
At the last meeting of Lynch Re
lief Corps, Comrade and Sister
Breckenridge were among those re
ported on the sick list. Comrades
Spaulding and Folz were improving.
Letters were read from Mrs. Bra
jzell, of Vancouver, B. C, and Mrs.
Clark ,of Montana. Mrs. Clark
thinks they will like their new
home very much when fully settled.;
Mrs. Anna Ragan, of Everett, De-I
1 partment Inspector, will meet with
Lynch Relief Corps, Saturday. No
vember 2, at a special meeting call
.cd by the president to welcome the
Inspector. A luncheon will be serv
ed at noon. All members are urg
, ed to be present with well filled bas
kets. The members of the G. A.
R. are invited to attend.
The next regular meeting of the
Corps will be Friday, November 1.
All members, especially officers, are
asked to be present.
A selection, "Only Mother," was
read by Mrs. Wilcoxen, and enjoy
ed by those present.
Tuesday, October 22, was voted
, "clean up day " at the G. A. R.
! hall. Those assisting in the work
were invited to have tea with Mrs.
Kelsey at her home.
TRIBUNE FOR JOB PRINTING.
Ever since Cinderella left her glass
slipper on the step, ladies have been
seeking the new and novel in footwear.
Our new assortment of Queen Quality
Shoes would please Cinderella herself,
it is so varied, complete, and beautiful.
Every footwear need has been provided
From the heaviest of storm boots to the
daintiest of dress designs, these shoes
conform to the high Queen Quality
standard of style and individuality.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx'
Clothcraft All Wool CLOTHES.
Clothcraf t Suits
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suits and Overcoats
Lynden department Store
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx and Clothcraft
WHERE QUALITY COUNTS
If you want good de
pendable clothes at a
big saving—clothes that
are absolutely all wool
you will make no mis
take in looking over our
stock. Every garment
has the label of the man
ufacturers on it guar
anteeing the same.
$12.50 to 20.00
$18.00 to 27.50