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DR. C. L ALSBURG
Dr. Carl L. Alsburg, successor to
Dr. Wiley as government pure food
Brief News of the week
Ottumn, lowa, has adopted the com
mission form of government by a vote
Of 1351 to 1275.
Utah's four electoral votes for vice
president will be cast for Governor
Hadley, of Missouri. This was the
agreement reached by the electors.
Human ashes were mailed by parcel
post at the St. Louis postoffice for
Edwardsvllle, 111., where they will be
hurled in the grave that was dug for
The question of increased Insurance
rates Imposed by the Royal Arcanum,
fought so bitterly by a few of its mem
bers, will be taken to the supreme
court of the United States.
The lowest temperature of the late
cold snap In California was recorded
at Huasna (San Luis Obispo county),
In the Santa Lucia range, where the
thermometer registered eight degrees
During the course of the inquiry be
ing made into the Putamayo Rubber
scandal in London, tt has been admit
ted that 30,000 natives have been mur
dered during the last 12 years by offi
cials of one company.
Proposed Increases of about 10 per
cent In the freight rates on news print
paper from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario,
to destinations in the United States,
were suspended by the Interstate Com
merce commission from January 11 to
Clashes between pickets and the po
lice continue to mark the progress of
the garment makers' strike In New
York. Leaders of the waist and dress
makers' unions declared that the mem
bers of those organizations had voted
to go on strike.
While the allies and powers are
bickering over the cession of Adrian
ople, the people of that city are starv
ing and the town is at its last gasp.
Military authorities have seized all
food in the place and are making only
one distribution, comprising a half ra
A commercial panic with many fail
ures Is threatened by the czar's ukase
expelling the remaining Jews from the
city of Kieff by the end of the Russian
year. These Jews number 164 mer
chants with their families, do a busi
ness of $25,000,000 a year and have
current liabilities of $12,500,000.
People in the News
President Taft has renominated
Charles P. Nelll to be commissioner
Roald Amundsen, discoverer of the
south pole, arrived at New York for
an extended visit to this country.
Captain Hjalmar Johansen, who had
achieved much success in polar re
search, committed suicide at Christi
Anton Johnonnsen of San Francisco
a labor leader, appeared in the United
States district court at Los Angeles
to be tried on a charge of aiding in a
conspiracy to transport dynamite.
Guy Eddie, good government leader
and suspended city prosecutor of Los
Angeles, was found not guilty of hav
ing contributed to the delinquency of
Mrs. Alice Phelps, a minor.
The entire estate of the late White
law Reid, ambassador to Great Britain,
Is left unconditionally to his widow.
The value of the estate Is estimated
from $10,000,000 to $20,000,000.
Commissioner Franklin K. Lane, of
California, was elected by the Inter
state Commerce commission to serve
as Its chairman for the year beginning
January 13. He succeeded Commis
sioner Charles A. Prouty.
Bail bonds In the sum of $240,000
for the release of Olaf A. Tveitmoe
and Eugene Clancy, the convicted dy
namite conspirators sentenced to six
years in the federal prison at Leaven
worth, Kan., were filed at San Fran
cisco before the United States asm
TRIBUNE FOR JOB PRINTING.
MARY M. BARTELME
Miss Mary M. Bartelme, who has
been sworn In as Chicago's first wo
NAVY'S BAN ON PETS OFF
Animals to Return to Ships—Admiral
Denies Goat Story
Norfolk, Va. —The goats, monkeys,
cats, dogs, parrots and other pets
aboard Undo Sam's fighting ships at
the Norfolk Navy-Yard, which were
banished a few days ago, when, report
said, Rear-Admiral Doyle was butted
by a goat on the quarter-deck of the
battleship New Hampshire, will be re
stored to the jackies. There is joy in
the fleet again.
Assistant Secretary Winthrop, of
the navy department, let it be known
the department did not approve their
Admiral Doyle indignantly denied
that the goat had butted him. He
announced he had ordered the remov
al of the pets because medical officers
thought they might have something to
do with cerebro-splnal meningitis and
measles at the marine barracks.
Packers Ordered to Improve
Chicago.—Charges against Chicago
meat-packing firms are made by State
Factory Inspector Edgar T. Davies.
The packers must make $1,000,000
worth of improvements on their plants
to safeguard the lives of their employ
ees, or face trial on more than one
15 Per Cent of Crop Held
Walla Walla. —Only 15 per cent of
the 1912 wheat crop remains in the
hands of the growers, according to
wheat men of the city.
ON 1914 CAMPAIGN
New York. —Complete plans for a
continuation of the progressive party
for a fight to secure control of county
governments and of the next congress,
were announced here. Leaders of the
party from every section of the coun
try were in session for two days, and
it was announced that permanent
headquarters had been established;
that a publicity bureau would be open
ed and that the party would have a
complete organization within a reason
"The first objective," says the re
port of the conference, as made public,
"is the organization of the progressive
party in every county and congression
al district throughout the country with
the purpose of having county tickets
nominated for the election of 1914 and
of making an effective far-reaching
congressional campaign in that year.
Emphasis is laid upon the purpose of
the party to have a candidate In every
congressional district In the country
In the next congressional election."
Secretary Oscar King Davis is to
open the publicity bureau in Washing
ton immediately. Headquarters there
will be In the Munsey building. The
work of organization was placed in
charge of Walter F. Brown of Ohio,
who was authorized to visit the var
ious states and get the work under
way at once.
Wheat—Club, 84c; bluestem, 86c;
red Russian, 79c.
Oats —$26 per ton.
Hay—Timothy, $18; alfalfa, $12.
Butter —Creamery, 37c.
Hops—l9l2 crop, 20c.
Wool—Eastern Oregon, 18c; Wil
lamette valley, 22% c.
Wheat —Bluestem, 87c; club, 82c;
red Russian, 79c.
Butter —Creamery, 38c.
Hay—Timothy, $19 per ton; alfalfa,
$12 per ton.
TRIBUNE FOR JOB PRINTING.
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, JANUARY lfi, 1913.
Six Special Offers
and children's fur top and felt house slippers, and all our
men's slippers in felt and vici kid, in tan or black, and in
cluded in todays' Special will be any slipper with elastic
sides-men's and women's-Martha Washington, Juliettas, and tor men
the Romeos, r one-third off. On this day we will sell our dancing
pumps for men at half price. ~
On this day you can buy a $6.00
Taffetta petticoat for $3.00, a Heatherbloom $3.00
petticoat for $1.50. Any petticoat in the house, this
TPIWir S<jt y* —Calicos and Ginghams
No. 1 Special:-All calico, regular American prints, 7c. grade, cts.
No. 2 " All German blue calico, 1 2%cts. grade, lOVfe cts.
"15 cents grade, 11 cents.
No. 3 '' A good selection of 10 and 1 2 1 /z - cts - Gingham, B%c.
f7 • 1 This will be your lucky
rriday:—day-if you need HOSE
We will sell anything from our stock of hose
for women and children-the welt-known
Iron clad stocking, at
20 % Discount
This means both Lines-Wool and Cotton
Now is the time to stock up on Stockings.
o . 1 Etamines, curtain voiles, Swisses and nets, in ecru, white or fancies,
OSlllllQfty •""Cretonnes and sjlkolines, and a nice collection of lace curtains in
either ecru or white, plain or figured center, one-lourth ofl regular.
GROCERY SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY:
All Flour hat advanced 20 cU„ and indication* point to a further advance very toon. We offer shrewd buyers
for Saturday onlp, the old reliable Olympic Flour, per bbl. at $4.75.
Canned Corn, 3 for .25
Tomatoes, 3 for .25
Our 'Lynden' blend coffee per pd. 25
Swift's White Soap, 26 bars 1.00
Farmers Mercantile Company,
15SS%. Reliable Advertisers w A .Jiggfe,
The prices given below wUI hold good only for the day advertised
IVIONDAY:—Not only for boys but for
men, too, and we are going to offer a Special for
One Day on all our men's and boys' caps. We
want to clean up our stock of caps and the price is
one-third off the regular.
$1.25 Caps, 85 cts., $1.00 Caps, 65 cts., etc.
1 ' jmmm
Egg-O-See Corn Flakes, per doz. 90
Reliance Mince Meat, three for .25
Feb Naptha, ten bars .50
Sperry Oats, pkg. .25
Quaker Oats, per yackage - .25
Karo Syrup, gal. .50
Pearl Oil, per case - 2.25
Eocene Oil, per case, 2.50