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EVERY WELL-APPOINTED HOME
of today is equipped with wall sconces and fix
tures. They have supplanted the rather antiquat
ed fixtures that hang from the middle of the ceil-
ir.e. We have some very artistic fixtures in stock
that will work wonders in your living rooms.
We carry a complete line of Lisht Globe*, all >i/e>.
We also have them for Farm Lisihtins Plants.
LYNDEN PLUMBING k LIGHTING CO.
PACIFIC AMERICAN FISHERIES
BFBSCMBsI PCM THF HFUAI I*
AT THF. T RIB INK UIIHE
a ".apte-d :r.~
"In the Bishop's Carriage"
A two-reel Century comedy
The Screen Magazine
SATU RDAY ONLY
biggest, fighting picture—
THE W ALLOP'
A routine, stirring, he-man picture
that's up and coming every minute.
A two-reer comedy
• ON WITH THE SHOW"
The International News
— a- f -retr. •«*. .'haru.:»r ::.
Groed and **" Bafcr.es* —fail are to
tjmVf square fired tfce sbbwWlm ing
embers of hie dead past into a Siis
that was too hot for the schemers.
A t"l»s»y Corned)
And a wonderful scenic
"Bedowins of Moab"
a:«v« ihe Best mm the liberty Gweet
HAS NO SUPERIOR
an an vrooosn van a pavkmext
Will «>PEN OS NOVEMBER B
On XoTember 5 the se* Pacific
H:tr.»ii pavestent b*:wern East
star* >d and Si.Tana will be thrown
open tor travel, that day being just
oce Baofith from the day of the com
pletion of the contract. Ever since
• -.c sart was mcde on this st.-et.h ci
pavement the_ Independent Asphr..: .
pa-y Lis i.: usis'.er.tly pushed the
work with a view to placing it at the
---v. -:i the ruf.u before the we:
seascn came on. With the addition
; >ofnt below Oiympia to Bian.-hard.
Sfteen miles north of Mount Vernon
■Wapl for a gap at the Island schooi
south of Silraca. which is served by
a paved detour via Arlington, this
system of pavement covers the en
tire Pi...:2c Highway the tw;
above named points The misstne
link * ill be paved next summer ac
cording to information given oat by
CANADIAN IN VOICE HOICKS are
on sale at the Tribune • ffi.<- now.
Private Lesions in
FOLK AND AESTHETIC
For children between ages
of 4 and 12 years.
Call 258tW Bellingham. Wn.
F. 0. B. Bellingham
Studebaker has sold more
cars for 19*21 than any other
This is a Studebaker Year.
7:-:S r THUMB TRiBOTS. I fjillH, fl JJII , THfRSDAY. OCT. 11, I*2l
Rev. Gordon has beer, appointed
.e-d Rev Sears it the V
Miss M.ldred A::dersen who ;s s;-
:er.d.ng the Washington state Coiiege
at Pu'.iman. has been chosen athletic
~i:-.iS-- .:' :he ir-stri:*:. .'.is* there
Mr? John Finley. Mr. Austin
Wheeler and Charies Birtieit «e:i
■ Lynden visitors Thursday.
Miss Ethel Walsh Tisited her home
Mr. J C. Andersen attended the
CMc Fellow's iodge in Lynden Sat
Mass Beatrice Pahlquist spent the
week-end with her parents.
Miss Edna Andersen Tisited at the
home In Lynden Saturday eT
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bylsma were
Sunday evening guests of Mr. and
Mrs Ben Nymeyer.
Mr J Van Mersbergen of Lynden
spent Thursday and Friday at the
home of hi* daughter Mrs. John Ot-
Mr. and Mrs Joe Welter and Mr.
?nd Mrs. Be:! of Bellingham were
Sunday vfsftorl at the L. A. Marchant
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Menus and chil
dren of Van Burer> and Ben Meyer,
who if working it Mt Vernon, spent
Sunday at the home of their parents.
Mr and Mrs Cnarles Merer.
Mr. and Mr*. John Otter and chil
dren Tisited at the home of Mrs. Ot
her's sister. Mrs. Fred Bylsma Mon
Mrs Miry Sr:d*r v.- Mr* J
Mrs. Mary Burgraff and Mr and
I Mrs. Ed Roaftatra and four children
I were the guest* of Mrs. Bargraff's
. • _•- and daughter. Mr. and
Mrs. Best Nymeyer Monday evening.
Mi*s Jer.r.ie Handy visited her sis
ter. Mrs. Mabel Thorpe of Fair-view,
Warren Handy left Tuesday for
east el the mountains.
Mrs. Herbert Day an d children cf!
Sunshine and Ear!ma Basra of Lyn- '.
'en visite i a: the L A Markhart
= ; Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Kay Snider and Mrs. i
Mary Snider attended the funeral at]
ilarl Tremain in Lynden Sunday.
Mr. ard Mrs. George Blank had '
the piecsure cf a visit the past week
«-ith Mr. Blank's sister and husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kypes of La
del le. Kansas and a cousin. Mrs.
Wicken and her daughter. Miss Ruth
'•Vicken. also from Kansas. Mr. Blank .
Mrs. Wicken had cot met for 5*
years. The guests will ieave Monday
by auto for California, where they
will visit before returning to Kansas
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MeNally of i
HillaisM visited at the S. B Day res-'
Mr. ar.d Mrs. D F Smith visited
■hetr .".uihter. Mrs Fred Shea Sun
Mrs Claud Helmes who under—.
»ent at: operation at Dr. Smith's hos- j
attal ir. Bellingham last week is gain-'
.:.£ rapidly and expevts to go to the
rente cf her mother near Sumas this'
Att-tt- It "ris Cfte -
guest at Lawrence Osgoodby from
rMavi to Baaday He was joined
by his parents. Mr and Mrs.
Andre* Austin, who spent the day at
the Osgoodby home. t
Walter Handy is working for E. .
Ralph Thomas and G'.en Arbucile
spent Sunday a; the home of Ralph's
U c J W. ffntasas. near Blame. I'
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Stallard and '
vii-;: Mr and Mrs. E A. Ten- .
sal Sunday afternoon.
Sen lay guests at the E. A Knittel |
- ■ :n. luded Mr Mauriu Kadiera
i .'.ir Fred Kailera ..* Lyr.det: Mr
. I Mrs George Knittel and son I
Cl?n of Greenwood. Mildred and Lv- s
DaTis. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gren
: and feur laughters. Ade'.la. Vel-
Lacille and Alberta of Hopewell
Mrs George Gustin spent most of 1
UM anal week with Mrs. C. F. Wor
then a; St. Joseph's hospital at Bell
iirs Agnes Hinckley and son Her
: ■ ..'.' -.!-; spent Sunday in Cus- •
al am home of Mrs. Neilie Mac.
Dewey Friend is gaining and it is
hoped that the third skin-grafting op
eration wii! prove effective.
Mrs. Cornelius Jager was a bus-
UM s visitor in Bellingham Tuesday.
he baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Pe
ter Kragt died Wednes lay evening.
! r. ar.d Mrs. Tracy R;dd!e and a
if! Iren visited with Mr. C W. Rid
del in Lynden Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Vcteboom of Lyn
den were guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Pc-
Baa ay s-.hool 10 a. m ; Morning
Serv.ce. 11 a. m.—theme. "The Shin
ing tjeht "; evening serTice 7:30 p.
m—th-ne. The Christian: an Ex- i
;rao dinarv Man'; Epworth League.,
•t:S'.' p. m—topic. "How we can ap
t.iy :he Golden Rule today." Lauren
Best wick. leader.
HKST BAPTIST CHIRCU
•) A. M—Sucdsr School.
C:_.«:i for All Ages,
r. M.—TOtUsf Feoplv's Service
. P. M— Se.-nsori
roint. or Where Race Breaks
Down and Poet. Preacher and
CHAS. BAKER. Minister
You're Welcome at This Church
Why MM Come?
Auto .-rank. Retwm msaaai
E. N. Hatihinion. Veterinarian. tX |
NEWS OF LYNDEN
Mrs C. E. Gilbert, formerly of
T;s::ed friends here for a
fans days this week. Mrs. Gilbert is
mmm a resident of Bellingham.
Mrs. D. W. Aiverson is visiting in
Seattle for a few days.
Mrs. Ritchie, formerly Miss Ren
re..i Brune of th\s city, is on a two
week's visit here from her home in
The Klatawa Club will meet r ri
dsy evening at the Ecker home
The W. C. T. V. will meet with
Mrs. M. A. Hickey Thursday after
Miss Ruth Williams of Los Angel
's, is expected to arrive this week
to care for her mother. Mrs. C F
Worthen. who is seriously ill at a
The Sunday School of the M. E
Church is holding a contest for th*
purpose of getting new members.
The beard of the M E Church will
entertain the Amphictyon Ciub at
the home of Mrs. G. W. Robertson on
Jack Gale has returned from an
.:.:.? :n the n;;- r Skagit. At Thun
der Lake, he made a fine catch of
Lake Chelan trout runn.-g as high
is fire pounds, on a No. 10 fly.
Miss Mildred Waples. who is at
tending the Vniversity of Washing
■ r r.-s :—. i. p.- ice i : t S:gm_
Kappa Sorority. Miss Gwendolyn
Green a former Lynden girl is also
.i member of this sorority.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E Barnes, who
were married last week will more in
to the house vacated by the Wiese
- - I .. - - .
r.gham were in Lynden Sunday
to attend the Earl Tremain funeral
Mrs. Harris, who has been visiting
at the L. Asam home, left for Tacoma
Monday with her mother. Mrs. L
Mrs. J. Martin and son vi-ited with
Mr .and Mrs. Herbert Fritx Sunday.
The First Christian Reformed
Church has extended a call to Rev.
J. Jonker »f Grand Rapids. Mich.
Mrs Karr> Beernink and son left
:.r S*.-.t:le Monday to spent a Jew
days *ith friends. I
The Girls" Society of the First
I Christian Reformed Church enter
tained socially Friday evening for a
large number of the young men of
'•-c eorjrrefatiosr- A shorter o* ran;
was given and games were played and
Rev E. Ruts from Canada, who si
te i - the Classis at Everett, visited
Sunday with friends in Lynden.
Mr and Mrs. T. J Hofman return-
I Bslnillnj from Monarch. Alberta,
where they had been called by the
serious illness of a daughter, who
is now slowly improving
Remember the Golden Rule? Let's
cay evening at 6: JO. and see if you
FARM MACHINERY WANTED—If
you have any itrm machinery to
sell a litUe Tribune Want-Ad wd!
bring buyers. This ad would coat
you just 23c. Try ii-
RALPH B. LE COCQ
M ndays R«.*erved for Ceart
Business in Beliiaxham
1A ADEN. WASHINGTON
WE PAY THE POSTAGE
ON SHEET MUSIC
Most complete stock in the
Send for our catalogs.
BARTER & WELLS
211 E. Holiy. Beliingham
Try Our Chops
Try some of those good Palace Market chops.
They are fine and juicy, with a flavor you'll relish.
as we handle only the best of meats.
We have some exceptionally fine Prime Rib
Roasts now—nothing better for a good dinner.
PAL\CE MEAT MARKET
ERNEST DEAN. Prop.
CALOL FitSHING CML
(SOLD IN BI LX. PER POI N D. 22 CIS.)
Manufactured and recommended by the Palm
Olive Co. for the Laundry. Pish Washing ar..i ev
en- household use.
Ask for Green Arrow 5. ay Grays war y . r
MEAT 0' WHEAT
is a new breakfast food in which all of the nutritive
proprieties of thef ood are retained Per ptrkage,
SWAT THE FLY
Buy one of our long-handled swar.ors
ular Ufe si..c.> at UV. Keep cov.r.t arai
surprised at the number you can kill in'o minute -
We carry as eomp.ete a '..r.e of Fa:'.,". C
olate Candy as you can find in Lyr.de:.. Per lb, 55c
ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES
10 watt. 15 w, 25 w.. 40 w.. 50 w . lanuvs. each 4aV
60 W. samps, each ..,
50 w. gas-filled. whtU c-ass, c.-.eh fjSc
75 w. gas filled, each. ' -- v
100 w. gas filled, each jrt ,
Flashlight batteries, 2 evil, each ' Jfe
Ripe Tomatoes Carrots Apples
Potatoes Kananas Grapes
Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkin, Squash. CeVr>. lettuce
Oran*rs I emons Ku*.
W. H. ELDER
The Sign of
At First-class Garages
ar»A other Dealers
1 o rnifiv >\ ash.