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LOCAL and PERSONAL
Mrs. J. K. Rinehart visited her
son George at Noou Thursday.
A baby boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs Claude Slade Wednesday
night, November 13.
Mrs. Eber E. Baxter entertained
the Royal Neighbors Thursday af
ternoon of last week.
Mr. Pixley will give a Thanks
giving Masquerade Ball at his hall
on Thursday evening, November 2 4
The condition of Mr. Folz, who
has been seriously ill for some
time, is reported as unchanged
Mr. and Mrs. R. Handy, Sr.
and family have moved into the J.
W. Edwards home on Grover street.
Mrs. Mollle Stark Williams was
an over-Sunday guest at the home
of her brother, near Sumas.
Morgan Wheeler, of Bellingham
Was a visitor to Lynden Monday
and paid The Tribune a pleasant
call.
A false alarm of fire was turn
ed in Suniay morning, and the de
partment responded, as usual, in
double quick time.
A marriage license was issued by-
Auditor Van Wyck on Saturday to
Charles B. Andrea, of Lyndeu, and
Miss Jessie rrugheß, of Bellingham.
A marriage license was issued
Monday by the county auditor to
George S. Munn, of NooKsack. and
Martha M. Thiel, of Lynden.
H. C. Berthusen and family and
George Worthen and family enjoyed
the hospitality of Aunt Rachel
Smith at her home in the east end
of town Sunday.
The Banner Creamery has al
tered and improved its creamery to
an extent that will materially aid
it In caring for its large and ru.pl I
\f growing business.
Mtb. E. J. Robinson suffered a
stroke of paralysis while at the
home of her son in Bellingham last
week. She was brought to ber
home in Lynden Friday., and her
condition is reported as being about
the same at this time.
The members of the Kensington
Club, with their husbands, will oe
entertained tomorrow evening by
Mrs. F. E. Knapp and Mrs. H. H.
Jamieson, at the home of Mrs.
Knapp.
The buggies of C. C. Smith and
Peter Dykstra locked wheels at the
Bauman corner Saturday evening
throwing out the occupants, dam
aging the rigs to some extent, but
without injury to the occupants.
Lee and Chandler, high class
specialty artists will appear at the
Electric Theatre on Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday evenings, Novem
ber 21, 22. 23. Attention is called
to the advertisement on anothei
page of The Tribune.
Attention is called to the adver
tisement on M. W. Sherman on the
sixth page of The Tribune. Mr.
Sherman is a reliable agent for
steamship tickets, having his office
at No 135 Holly street in Belling
ham. Tickets may be purchased to
or from any European point.
The next number on the Red
path Lyceum course at Pixley s hall
will be on the evening of December
7, when Prof. J. C. Herbsmanwill
be the attraction. Prof. Herbsman
will be remembered as a most de
lightful and entertaining reader
who visited Lynden last year.
George Bostwick will have a
market sale at the corner of 6th
and Front streets next Saturday
November 23. Among the listings
are some horses, cows, heifers, wa
gons and agricultural implements
poultry household goods, and ma
lty other things. The sale will o
pen at one o'clock, and the usual
terms will apply. All of the Lyn
den stores will otter special in
ducements on merchandise on
that day.
40 acres
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.
Price
$8000.
$2500 cash; balance
on long time at l°/c.
INQUIRE OF
Beckes ■ Stuart
REAL ESTATE
I Marshal King has returned from
! California where he went on busi
i ness.
Miss Ruth Parish whs an over-
Sunday at the home of rela
tives in Everson.
Mr. Clayton Gough. a relative of
the Handy family, is here from
Grand Rapids, Michigan, on a visit.
Mr. Murk W. Stone and daugh
ters Will return to Lynden to make
this their home.
G. Vander Linden left Tuesday
morning lor a business trip to Cal
ifornia.
Mrs. C. L. Moss w-ill leave foi
Calilornia next week to Join hei
husband. Mr. and Mrs. Moss will
| make California their home.
W. McDonnell, of the Palace
1 Cafe, is away on a visit to his
mother at Alberta, Canada. Mr
McDonnell's mother is seriously
ill.
Miss Mary E Piiat dell has i
pretty, snow white Angora kit
ten which she will five away to
anyone desiring it. Call at her
home, corner St.h and Main.
George Bostwick cay.i that he
b;is informal 'on as t> who got
his lap ioi>e on Hallowe'en night,
uud that culcst the same is return
ed titers i» trouble in store for the
party.
The Lynden Department Storr
is making some extensive altera
tions which will add greatly to th*
appearance of the large establish
ment besides enabling the linn th<
better to serve its constantly grow
ing trade.
You can afford to contribute -■<
cents to a worthy cause like the
I'ublic reading room, and at the
same time see a high class enter
tainment like that to be given by
home talent at the Electric Thea
tre on the evenings of December 3
and 4.
Xl.e Ladies' Aid Society of Wiser
Lai: : has arranged a bazaar to !>•
hnid at the Wiser Lake hall to
morrow, Friday, evening. Light re
freshments will be served, and a
royal good time is assured all who
attend. The ladies extend a cordi
al invitation to all to partake of
tbe evening's pleasures
Mr. Polinder returned last week
from a three months' visit to Hol
land. He also made short visits
in Kansas. Nebraska, Minnesota and
Denver, Colorado. Mr Blankers
who accompanied Mr. Polinder to
Holland, and who also visited in lo
wa and Nebraska, returned a few
weeks ago. Both report having had
a fine trip.
The Young Ladies' Society of
the Reformed Church will give
their annual social at Odd Fellows
hall on Thursday evening of next
week. At that time the product
of their needle work will be of. -
ed for sale after the program. Any
who may desire to prepare for
Christmas gilts will find Thanks
giving e-.cuing an cj ;>cttune time
The waters of the Nooksack ri
ver were rising at such a rapid
rate during the early part of the
week that serious apprehension was
felt at several points lest a repeti
tion of previous damaging floods
was imminent. With the cessation
of the heavy rains, however, the
water has been receding and no
cause for alarm exists tit this time.
All of tbe school buildings of
the county Will be thoroughly fu
rr.igated during the Thanksgiving
vacation in accordance with the
plan of Dr. Shute, county physici
an, w ho' expects in this way to ( heel;
the spreading of measles, whooping
cough and other contagious dis
eases which have appeared la som.
uf the schools.
Smallfields Electric Theatre ii
to be closed on the 25th and il'lth
of this month, re-opening on the
J7th. Mr. Smallfield goes to at
tend a convention of photo play
exhibitors which is to be held at
Seattle on the 25 and 21. Mat
ters of interest to photo play man
agers and their patrons will be un
der consideration at the conven
tion.
The annual session of the Na
tional Grange being hfld at Spok
ane this week is proving to be one
of the most important and profita
ble meetings of the kind ever held
New Hampshire has been chosen as
the next state to have the honor of
entertaining delegates to Ihe
annual meeting of the Grange, and
it is probable that Manchester will
be the city selected.
The Whatcom County Teachers
Institute will be held In the North
Side High School, in Bellinghani
i November 25, 26, and 27. Mr.
Jj M. Hitt, a county superintendent
!of the early days, will be present
'< for both day and evening sessions
!on Monday, and many of the pio
neers ol the county will doubtless
a 1 ail themselves of the opportunity
tJ renew old acquaintances.
THE BANNER CREAMERY CO.
LYNDEN. WASH ,
Pays top prices for Milk, Cream
and Eggs. Prompt returns for
u.llk and cream, and spot cash for
.•ggs. We also sell Elgin Cream
Separators on very easy terms
| tome in and examine them. Satis
; faction guaranteed.
The BANNER CREAMERY CO
TRIBUNE FOR JOB PRINTING.
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1912
DEATH OF MR. COLLINS.
Another of Lynden's old and re
i spec-ted citizens hag passed to the
Great Beyond. Mr. Barn«-y Collius
died at his horn» here Wednesday
I moraine and ftas buried this af
i ternoon, services being conducted
iat two o'clock by the Rev. Herbert
J Joues at tbe houß^.
Mr. Collins was born in Elgin
township, Hastings County. Canada
U>n November 10, IMS. his death oc
curring on his Mlh birthday. In
j 'B*7 he came to the I'nited States,|
'and on September 3. 188t, was mar-j
I lied to Miss Margaret Storrey.
' Eour children were born to Mr
and Mrs. Collins, only one of Whom
Nellie, survives to share the be
reavement with the widow.
In ISM Mr. and Mrs. Collins
came to Everson and located on a
farm where they lived until two
years ago, when they moved to
.Lynden. Mr. Collins was an in
dustrious, honest, considerate geii
hleman, extremely kind and thought-
I ful in his association with others
IHe had a large circle of friends
j who extend heartfelt sympathy to
the sorrowing wife and daughter.
HOME TALENT MINSTRELS.
Remember, you have an tlipr
'•■ ment for the evenings of December
,3 and 4 to see the minstrel show
!to be given by home talent at the
: Electric Theatre. If there is c
spark of humor in your nature yon
! will enjoy the funny jokes and
j comical stunts which form a part of
the program. The musical num-
Lkers are catchy and pleasing, and
I there WlB be readings by the PstSt
talent in Lynden. "Besides thme
and many other entertaining feat
: ures, Mr. Sin all field will give a 3-
i reel picture show of views special
ty ordered for these two evenings
i You see the entire program for
only 2~> cents, which goes to the!
i funds of the public reading room.
FIRE FIGHTER EQUIPMENT.
The new helmets and coals for
the fire department have been re
ceived, and ate greatly appreciat
ed by the members. The c.ly coun
cil is having the room back ol the
council chambers fitted up for the
use of the department, and the
condition of the Lynden Volunteer
Fire Department is prosperous and
harmonious. A club room for the
benefit of the members is one of
the features receiving considers*!
attention at present, and it is ex
pected that such a room will be
arranged for soon. Hie depart
ment will shortly put on the i ft
play, "The Moo:.shim r's Daugh
ter," rehearsals for the same be
ing now in progress.
COMIC OPERA REVIVAL
Aubers' pretty Sp >rette, "La Mns
cotte," was presented at the Elec
tric Theatre Tuesday evening by
the Woodward A; Mosi'ley Compa
ny, under the title of 'The Beggar
Prince," to a crowded hou.-c. While
the same may not have been render
dered with as much splendor and,
as strong a cast its when the beau
til Jl little opera wag pref nted some j
years ago by the iumous Fay |
Templet on and her company, it was
given in an artistic anti pleasing
manner.
Miss Vera Alv.-yn. who ttikes the
part of Bet tins, possesses a voice of j
rare sweetness, and her piquant
charm, together with her real abili
ty as an actress, won the audieric
from the start.
Henry Moseley, as Roeco, k'-pt
the audience amused throughout
the performance, while Mr. Kemling
as Pippo, and Guy Woodward, as
Lorenzo, played their parts escepe
tionally well.
The chorus is a. bevy of young and
pretty girls, all of whom sing very
sweetly. The costumes were ri< li
and attractive, and the entire l> r
formance is pretty and wholesome.
Mr. Bixby's Appreciation.
Mr. Frank W. Bixby. Progress
ive candidate for county attorney,
'who received v splendid endorse
ment by the people for re-election,
thus refuting the defamatory and
underhanded campaign made a
gainst bim, has sent The Tribune
the following letter:
• Kindly permit me through the
'columns of your paper to express
niy appreciation and gratitude to
you and the voters in your vicinity
I for the magnificent vote accorded
' U'e on November ath for prosecut
ing attorney of Whatcom county.
' I expect to continue in the fu
ture as in the pf^t—to do my du
ity honestly and fearlessly, prosecu
ting all law violators alike regard
less of their position or standing."
o
Testimony produced tit the trial
of the case of the State vs W. B.
Schricker.of the defunct La Conner
hank, shows that at the time the
institution dosed there was only
ISSO.SS on deposit.
W. R C. NOTES
Mr?. Anna Lagan, Sta'e Inspec
tor, visited the Corps tin- second < 1
the current month. Comrades ol
the G. A. It. were guests of the
Corps. A fine lunch was served
hut its enjoyment was lessened by
reports of the serious illness of Mr.
and Mrs Bame. and many pres tit
at that time have since followed the
remains of good old Comrade Bam>-
to his last earthly resting place,
death having claimed him hist Sun
day.
The afternoon meeting and in
spection were well attended, and
the ritualistic work was well ren
dered, the Inspector finding little
to criticize. The members of the
Corps will be glad to welcome her
again. Mrs. Ragan was the guest
Business IS good
And we're thankful for it.
We're not satisfied
We Want
More Business.
'We're entitled to it, and we're af
ter it on the true principles
of Co-Operation.
Just now we are suggesting that you get ready for Thanksgiving Dinners.
Our Stock of FRESH, CLEAN
Groceries
Will help you solve the problem, and make you thankful you're trading at
the CO-OP. STORE.
jp'ine Apples, cranberries, sweet
potatoes, celery, mince meat, and
in fact everything for the big feed.
Phone Us Your Orders.
Lynden Co-Operative Co.
of Mrs. Taylor while here.
Carnations were ordered Sent to
the sick members, among whom
were Mr. and Mrs. lireckenridge
Mr .and Mrs. Bame.
Th c meeting held November 15
added to those already reported*S
sick. Comrades Folz, Bpaulding and
Bister Jones.
The following program Was ren
dered: 'How a Debt was Paid".
Mrs. YVik-oxen; "The Contented
Man," Mrs. Rinehart: "The Village
Blacksmith," Mrs. Kelsey.
Election of officers will be the
order of business at the next meet*
! ing which will be held December 6.
Luncheon will be served at noon
1 and all members are particularly re
quested to attend.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank our neigh
bors and friends who were so kind
to ub during the sickness and
death of our loved one, Nicholas
Bame.
MRS. MARY BAME.
MR. and MRS. J. C. BEACH.
MR and MRS. WILL BAME-and
family.
CARD OF THANKS
1 wish to give my heartfelt thanks
to all my neighbors and friends who
so kindly assisted me during the
;SickneM and death of my beloved
husband.
MRS. MARY FOLKERTS
Notice to Bond Holders.
Public Notice is hereby given
that the Treasurer of Whatcom
County, Washington, will within
thirty (30) days from the date of
this notice redeem and pay "Fund
ing Bonds" of Whatcom County
numbered one to twenty, inclusive
hearing date of January Ist, IMJ
Dated at B-. llingham, Washington
this -oth day of November, 1^12;.
FRANK WILSON.
County Treasurer
n-2i-4t.
ALL KINDS, ALL SIZES
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Underwear...
MRS. MUYSKENS
Just West of Electric Theatre
invito the people of
Lynden and the Val
ley to call and Inspect
bet*exceptionally tine
assortment.
Prices as Low as those
of the Big Stores.
«viE wish to thank our many patrons for
yA/ the favors they have extended us.
We're thankful we're in Lynden. We're
thankful we're in the best Country in the
World, even if Wilson was elected. We're
thankful for everything
There is only
\AT2m \7 to k eat a LAVAL
UIIC WCiy Separator, and that is
by another De Laval Separator owned by
a BETTER hustler.
The De Laval carries the world's
record as for close skimming, durability,
ease and economy of operation as well as
in the wide spread usage and number of sales.
Now is the Time
to figure with us. When in need of a
Gasoline Engine. We have them
from 55Q.00 \ip.
It pays big dividends to
equip your farm with a Bloom Manure
Spreader. Absolutely one of the best
Spreaders on the market. It has the rep
utation as the Strongest, Easiest Running
and Simplest. Many satisfied users in this
locality.
The most complete line of Farm
Wagons. The Mitchel, Bain and Stude
baker, $55 up. Parry and Setly
Buggies and Carriages. Meyers Pumps.
Leader Litter Carriers. Electric Weld
Fencing, Etc.
You can always do better at the
Lynden Implement
Ed. Eerkes Co.
O. J. Bylsma
Phone ROH
The Home of the Hupmobile.

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