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THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE
S. H. LEWIS .... Editor and Publisher
Published at Lynden. Whatcom County. Washington. Every Thursday
Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at the Postoffice. Lynden. Wn.
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NOW FOR PROSECUTIONS
The decision of the State Supreme Court last
week confirming the legality of the Whatcom
County grand jury, bears out the opinion of the
ordinary citizen, who could not understand all
the legal nonsense that caused the lower court to
nullify the indictments.
A serious delay has resulted from this silly
technical jugglery, but Whatcom County is trust
ing to its prosecuting attorney to see that each
charge is followed up to the limit.
Let's see if you mean business. Mr. Baldrey!
"Poll tax" rhymes with "pole-cats": and both
seem to be equally popular in general society.
Should this weather continue, we intend to
write a work of fiction entitled, "If Summer
The railroads ought to dispense with the ser
vices of a lot of near-sighted colored gentlemen.
Over at Blame last week, the customs officers
found 19 bottles of whiskey and gin concealed in
various parts of the diner. And nary a nigger
knew it was there!
State police are taking away driver's licenses.
In addition, they ought to give the relatives of
the more reckless ones a chance to go into mourn
We hear a lot of criticism of the dress of the
modern woman; yet we do not recall that there
was anything extra beautiful or soulful about the
CLEAN BREAD FROM
A CLEAN BAKERY
1307 Dock St., Bellingham
PENSION OFF SOME OF THE VETS
Some folks who claim to be modern and
progressive are still sleeping in old walnut
beds they got from grandpa. Their homes
are full of a collection of old-fashioned furni
ture that has been accumulated for years.
Wouldn't this Spring be a good time to
pension some of these old veterans off, and
add some of the pretty new pieces we are
showing in mahogany and old ivory? You
can make the change now quite inexpensively.
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING
Phone R 141
THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1022
leg-of-mutton sleeve and the eighteen-ounce
The entire Northwest will gladly back up
General Goethal's recommendation that the vast
Columbia basin project for the reclamation of
1,753,000 acres in Washington, be carried out by
the Federal Government.
"The Columbia basin project is as much a
national one as were the Panama canal and the
Alaska railway." he declares in his report, "and
will, if completed, add much more to the national
wealth than either."
They're measuring telephone talk down at Ev
erett, 'if they'd weigh it. most of it could be
handled on a baby scale.
The railroads are making a cut of 25 to 45
per cent in their charges for taking you back to
be cooked in the Middle-West this summer.
FOR THE MOTHERS
(In this column, The Tribune
presents authoritative information
'■ from Federal and State Officials
on the Care and Training of
HOW YOU FEED IS AS
IMPORTANT AS WHAT
I. Nursing bottles (C or Si hold
ing at least eight ounces. Large
necked bottles and nipples a) •
more easily cleaned.
2. Nipples (fl or S). Enlarg -
holes with hot cambric needle.
A good suppl> of nipples savt.i
time and sups.
3. Rubber nipplo covers or cotton
(if small-mou'ihed bottles are
A . Bottle brush.
s.Bottle rack or container.May
be made out of any small pall
with wires fitted in to separate
g, Two-quart pitcher (for mixing l
7. Glass graduate, holding at
least eight ounces, graduated in
S. Measuring spoons! table, tea
and half-tea sizes).
- AMrfrr ******
j 10. Double boiler, holding one
111. Saucepan, to boil water or
j 12. "Flat-bottomed 'soup kettle,
fitted with false bottom, for
' PRELIMINARY PREPARATION
1. Bottles, nipples, mixing pitcher
measuring graduates and
spoons should be washed in hot
i suds, rinsed in clear hot water
and sterilized five minutes by
j steaming or by boiling in hot
water before using.
2. Milk, if not certified or pas
teurized, should be scalded.
Wipe the mouth of the milk
bottle carefully before pouring
3. Boiled water, cereal water or
gruel should be prepared.
Clean milk can be spoiled by
MIXING THE FOOD
The hands should be carefully
i Washed, the utensils removed
from the sterilizer without touch
ing the top or the inside, and
placed on a clean towel. Measure
the sugar in a measuring spoon
and dissolve it in hot water In
, the graduate. Measure the boiled
j water or'cereal water in the glass
graduate. Empty the sugar and
water into the mixing pitcher.
Measure the milk in the graduate
Add it to the water in the mixing
. pitcher. Stir it with the mixing
spoon. Fill the bottles with the
desired amount for each feeding
' measuring it only in the glass
CARE OF FILLED BOTTLES
Cool the contents quickly by
standing the bottles in iced or
running wa,ter. Keep cold by
placing the bottles on ice, in Ice
less refrigerator, or in running
water. At feeding time warm the
individual bottles by standing
them in hot water till the milk is
comfortably warm (test it by
'dropping some on the wrist).
I Rinse the used bottles and nip
ples, letting them stand full of
| water until washed and sterilized.
AMj KINDS OK TIRE REPAIRS
(With Lynden Motor Co.) .
A GREAT PROJECT
THE GOOD OLD DAYS
i Nineteen Years Aaro
(From the Lyiiden Pilot of .'.
j APRIL 9, 190 S.
Henry Egley was planting
i ! Si W< k.
■ V M. CI >c a received another
cor !gi n< '. >f fruit trees to
j replr.ee the ones he lost in the
fire la t fall.
At the regular meeting of the!
city council Friday evening, an j
lectric light franchise was given
I. 0. Wnmpler. This means that
'.y.iden will soon have a first',
class lighting system, of which j
we hnve uoen greatly in need fori
-i lon., r time.
An ice-cream parlor will be
ipened Saturday in the new i
building opposite the Lynden De-;
i partment Store. Ice-cream will be
served all day and in the evening.
A number of friends pleasantly
surprised Mrs. N. Boerhave at
' her home Tuesday evening.
: The burning out of a chimney
! at the Galbraith home caused
! considerable excitement in that
i part of town.
Jack Gale was an Everson
George Waples spent a few
B. W. Loring transacted busi
ness at the County Capital Sat
| Dr. Wilbur is going Into the
chicken business quite extensively
and is building a fine hcr.mir )•
on his place.
(From the Lynden Pilot of \m
April 4, 1912.
Millard Palmer left for a trip
east of the mountains Tuesday.
Al Te Selle has taken a place
in the grocery department of the
Lynden Department Store.
Henry Shagren and Nels Jac
ohson with several other Lynden
ites, went over to Laurel Tues
day to attend the Pomona Grange
Will Bauman took a run over
to Bellingham on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knapp
went to Seattle Wednesday for a
short visit before their departure
Will Bauman is now perman
ently located with the Bauman
Implement Co., having left the
That genial Lyndenite, W. I.
Baker, who has been away on a
visit to various eastern points
for the past five months, has i
Clarence Schroeder, a brother
Of Mrs. Fred Whipple, has come
from Ault, Colorado, to locate
in this favored nook of the great
One of the most delightful par
ties of the past month was that
given by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wa
ples at their home, when the
members of the Kensington club
and their husbands were the
Miss Tilda Tromp is quite ill.
Mrs. George Hall is quite ill.
Miss Verna Adams of Ferndale
is visiting her friend Mary Tre
main this week.
The Lynden Grange met at
its hall Tuesday evening. After
the business meeting, a program
was enjoyed. Music, reading and
discussion were participated in
by Messrs. Walter Elder and J.
Gale, and Mrs. Gustin and Mrs.
Palmer, and the Worthy Master,
CO-OPERATIVE PAINTERS A
Wes aye you money. Let mm
bid on your work. We hurry.
103 \V. Chestnut, Bellingham
Ten Years Ajro
For as little as $3.00 a year, you can rent
a box in our Safe Deposit Vault for the pro
tection of your valuables and important pa
There they will be safe from prying eyes,
and the danger of fire or burglary. Our
vaults are protected by the Anikin electric
burglar alarm system.
A Good Drill Means
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF ANY KIND OF FARM IMPLEMENTS
OR MACHINERY. (JET OCR PRICES. WE ARK DIRECT FACT
ORY REPRESENTATIVES. AND EN A RLE YOl TO SAVE THE
USUAL PROFIT OF THE JOBBER AND WHOLESALER.
NORTH-WASHINGTON IMPLEMENT COMPANY
C. L. CRAIGHEAD, Mgr. Lynden. W'aghinjrton
Safety At A
First National Bank
H. C Berthusen B. C. Crabtree W. H. Jackaaaa
P. M. Ssrrurier W. B. Vauder Griend
D. Vander Qriend
P. M. Ssrrurier, Pres.
W. B. Vander Griend, Cashier
B. C. Crabtree, Vive Pre*.