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Fast color gingham dresses $2.45
Lingerie Blouses priced for June clearance from $1.00 to $5.00
Silk Petticoats special $2.95 and $4.75
NON-PARTISAN LEAGUE TO HOLD
COUNTY CONVENTION HE HE
The Non-Partisan League mem
bers of Whatcom County will hold
a convention in Haw-leys Hall Satur
day, beginning at 2 o'clock.
The principal business of the con
vention will be to elect delegates to
(he State Convention at Spokane on
WANTED AT rttinW—HOUSEHOLDI
FURNITURE. If you have any odd
pieces of furniture that you aren't
using, cell them now. A little 25c
ad like this will do it. Try It.
How We Build
The Structure of Good Paint
WE make good paints like
this —to save you money;
and we've put 72 years' experi
ence into them.
We use pure PIONEER
WHITE LEAD, pure linseed
oil, zinc and color in scientific
ally exact proportions.
The lead base is made so fine
that it will pass through a silk
screen with 40,000 meshes to
the square inch. That mean*
covering capacity and ease of
A special device super-purifies
the lead, making it "Whiter" so
Fuller paints are exceptionally
clear-toned. All ingredients are
thoroughly mixed in specially
designed machines, so the paint
is always uniform and smooth.
The result on the house is a
beautiful, elastic, tough, protec
tive coating that stays, if proper
"Par* Prepared" end "Phoe
nix" »re Fuller'! Specification*
for house painting;. Get either
and you have the best
that anyone can make
— long - service paints.
WHERE TO BUY
Sale at Wa til's
Any Cloth Suit at WahVs
Your Choice Now $22.50 OT $35.00
Coats at Big Reduction
Displays at $12.50, $17.50, $25.00, $35.00
V..., ' v ..* *. ■ s; V-
Exclusively Women's, Misses 1 , Oiililron's and Infants'
Ready-to-Wenr Apparel and Accessories
NEWS OF LYNDEN
Mrs. Hoverson of Ferndale. for
merly of Lynden, is visiting this
week at the home of Mrs. Beavers,
preparatory to moving to Seattle.
E. V. Wampler, wireless operator
on a boat running between the Uni
ted States and Hongkong, visited in
! Lynden last week with friends and
Mr. and Mrs. William Van Well
and family visited in Lynden over
; the week-end at the Hawley home,
i Mr. Van Weil, who is employed in
ly applied, five or more years,
keeping the wood like new.
Some people figure paint econ
omy as "cost per gallon." That
is wrong. For "cheap" paint
doesn't cover so much surface—
you buy more gallons. "Cheap"
paint is harder to spread and you
have more labor cost. So the
"cheap" paint on the house costs
just as much as the best of paint.
Don't allow surfaces to rot —
it costs less to paint them.
"Cheap" paint on the aver
age starts cracking in twelve
months, while the best paint
stays intact from five to ten
times longer, if properly applied.
Figure the cost per year of
sen-ice and decide which paint
3'ou want to use.
We spend more to make
paints for your economy. Be
sure you get them when you
Phoenix Pur* Point
Pur* Proporetd Paint
Manufactured by W. P. Fuller & Co.
For All Exterior Job* of Palatini!, It Is Advisable to
Secure the Services of a Master Painter
Some Extra Special
THEM. These paints arc Im
portant to you, ao it's important
to go to the right stores to get
them. Agents' names and ad
dresses are printed in the memo,
coupon to the right. Cut it out
and put it in your pocket now.
'ftllS LYMbfeS' MtliWl, LVNiHEN. WASH- TMiJRSOaV. AWi. 14, 1D«1
Bremerton now, left Monday tor
home, and Mrs. Van Well remained
to visit friends and relatives here.
The Amphyction Club will meet
with Mrs. Harry Fountain Friday af
Misses Anna and Lulu Wright left
this week for Doylestown, Wiscon
sin, where they will spend the sum
Charles True of Bellingham and
Le Roy True of Everett spent Mem
orial Day with their mother, Mrs.
L. E. True.
ASK our agent for our free ad
vice. He will show you a color
card which shows 32
shades of this desir
We have a Fuller
ment which will tell
you all about the
most desirable color
schemes, color har
mony and those other
details you want to
Take advantage of Fuller House
Paints. Take steps to paint now.
Don't let weather depreciate your
W. P. FULLER * CO.
Dept. 10, San Francisco
Pioneer Manufacturer of Paints,
Varnishes, Enamel*. Stains, and
PIONEER WHITE LEAD
for 72 Years
Branches in 16 Cities in the West-
Also makers of Rubber Cement Floor
Paint. All Purpose Varnishes, Silken
white Enamel, Pifteen-for-Floors Var
nish. Washable Wall Finish, Auto
Enamel, Barn and Roof Paint, Porch
and Step Paint and PIONEER
'(Cut this out and paste it in your
not* book as a memo.)
My house needs painting. Puller's
Specification House Paints are sold by
the following Agents t
Agent Pure Prepared Paint
SUGGESTED CHANGE OF SUIT
Golfer Evidently Waa Not Strong in
What Might Be Called Hit
He was a good card-player, but his
golf would have made an elephant
"Dear me!" exclaimed the novice,
M lie sent a particularly large slice
of mud into his friend's chest, and
regarded the hole he dug In the turf.
"If I go on spattering you like this,
you'll have to cliunge your JttlV 1
"I wish you'd change yours," re- j
plied his friend.
"Change mine? What do you
"Why," said his friend, "the thing
you're using is a club, not a spade."
ONE OF NATURE'S MARVELS
Rainbow Bridge in Southern Utah Not
Properly Appreciated Because Not
One of the greatest natural won
ders of America is Itainbow bridge,
a natural span of rock, near the sacred
Navaho mountain in southern Utah.
It Is In a region remote from rail
roads and not easily accessible.
Writing in Natural History Maga
zine, Charles L Bernhenner, who vis
ited the region last year, says:
May 29—At noon sharp we readied
Rainbow bridge. I had often thought
of it —pictured it —yet all my expecta
tions are surpassed ! It is more grace
ful, yet more powerful and more per-
fectly symmetrical than in any photo
graphs I have ever seen, and it Is
worth all the trouble necessary to
reach It. First the journey was mere
ly an endurance test, but during the
last two days it was all of that, plus
skill <lf I may use this word for my
self) and instinctive ability on the
part of the horse —and fearlessness
all around. The latter, after many
days of preparation, becomes almost
The approach to the bridge—that is.
practically the entire nine or ten
miles from Surprise valley until the
bridge is reached —is a round of sur
prises. Bridge canyon (which (lie
Rainbow bridge spans) Is for several
miles one continuous, awe-inspiring
series of deep caverns. These con
cave places are about two hundred
feet deep and three hundred feet at
their openings, and when they occur
on both sides, the effect is as though
one were walking or riding in the In
side of a sphere with but a slit left
open above for the sky.
A more inspiring natural thing than
the Rainbow arch I have never seen.
and It can be compared only with
such wonders as the Grand canyon
The dimensions are 30!t feet in the
clear from the bottom of the canyon,
and 277 feet from pier to pier! Its
real name —In the Navaho language—
la Nodzealld, which means rainbow.
Cat "Telephoned" for Help.
A cat telephoned for help at Port
Chester, Pa. "Central" heard nmans
and cries over the telephone, and noti
fied the police. A big detachment of
police and plain-clothes men rushed
to the house and broke In the door.
They found a cat with one of Its feet
caught in the ice chest. In strug
gling for freedom it had knocked the
telephone over and was crying into
Possibly Glad to Get Anything.'
Because the treasury is absolutely
empty Turkish officials are taking their
salaries In the form of postage stamps
and antique bronze coins which are
no longer current.
A bouse and sleeping family were
moved by a tornado in Alabama. The
wind carried the house one hundred
yards without disturbing the occu
Remarkable Pair of Chums.
i A coon and a bulldog are great
chums In a Mississippi town. The
two animals emptied a box of Its con
tanta and are using it aa | common
pwk, — - 1
* The —♦
weep. He sent j
bits of grass and I
Into the air with
Many of the bits
hit his friend in j
the face, but the |
victim only smiled j
as he wiped the
Famous Rainbow Bridge.
Freak of -Tornado.
BEFORE THE WAR (At Factory) $720.00
NOW (At Factory) $645.00
BELOW PRE-WAR PRICE $75.00
WHAT OTHER MANUFACTURER
HAS DONE IT?
ONLY THE GREAT GENERAL
MOTORS GROUP COULD.
At the new price, Chevrolet Model "Four-
Ninety" touring car is the lowest priced, fully
equipped, quality automobile on the market.
It places comfortable, convenient arid depend
able motor transportation within the means of
MARSHAL LE COMPTE HANGS
OX TO THESE TWO ALIENS
] Marshal Jake Le Compte appre
hended two more aliens Friday who
had entered from Canada unlawfully,
and kept them under his watchful
eye until they were safely turned ov
er to Paul 0. Dolstad, government
officer. Dolstad returned them to
PUBLIC SALES—It you waut to
noid a s:ile call on me person
ally or phone 1903 Lynden. M.
Vander Griend. Good service as
LOST: Auto crank. Return "'tiouna
HERD RECORDS at the Tribune.
GROW SUNFLOWERS FOR
Recommended by State Experiment Stations and
by the Federal Department of Agriculture. Yields
from 10 to 50 tonss per acre, and equals corn as
a milk producing feea.
The variety we offer is
Spray your cows with Lilly's Fly Liquid.
BELLINGHAM FEED & SEED CO.
1325 Railroad Aye., Bellingham
CAIOL FLUSHING OIL
. ZEROLENE '.a
Relief Corps Expresses Thanks
j The following expression ef grat
jitude was received from the Women's
|Relief Corps of Lynden:
[ "In behalf of the W. R. C, the
jocmmlttee wishes to thank all those
jwho helped to make our Memorial
Day program a success. We wish
to thank Rev. and Mrs. Baker for
their part in making Memorial Sun
day a day to be long remembered in
Lynden. Also those who gave so
generously of flowers. Also the ed
itor of the Tribune for giving space
to the program.
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The Sign of
At First-class Garages
«nd other Dealers