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JUNE WASH GOODS SALE
The Fourth will soon be here. During the next Two Weeks you will save
some good money on the Super Extraordinary values in new, clean, up-to-the
minute, dependable merchandise. Don't forget the date. Don't forget the place.
Wash Skirts, tan, white and gray.
$2-25 grade $1.90
•JUNE WHITE GOODS SALE
15c Child's Windsor Ties, white and
25c child's Windsors, white & color
1.60 baby flannel, embroidered 1.15
60c Warner's Brassieres, 45c
$1.29 House Dresses $1.10
>7.50 Wool Serge Skirts ... $5.50
Men's 50c Ties 35c
We are going to cut the price on ev
ery shoe in the house. We have low
shoes for ladies and children, with
rubber soles, in white.
Children's white Mary Janes, with
leather soles, just in.
Ladies* white shoes, military heel,
reinskin, 8 inch top.
Ladies' white French heel in rein
skin, all leather soles.
For men and boys—we can surely
find your kind. * TRY US!
Harrirrioricl Dry Goods Co.
—of gasoline is in its
boiling points. In "Red
Crown" they form a
chain. — giving easy
starting, quick accel
eration, power and
mileage. Lock fcr the
Red Crown sign.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
W. A. BAUMAN
Three Octaves Above Tetrazzini
Charles Crawford Gorst, "Bird Man," at Chautauqua
Sounds High Note
Charles Crawford Gorst. the "bird man," who Is to give his illustrated
lecture, "Bird Life In America." at the WlHrtlH Chautauqua, is a naturalist of
national standing. His entire life has been devoted to the study of birds and
their songs and he now knows perfectly over three hundred songs of our
little feathered friends throughout America. In imitating the tiny voice of
the humming bird he sounds a note three octaves above Tetrazzini's highest
note. Many phonograph records of his remarkable whistling are featured by
both Edison and Victor Companies. In presenting his lecture-entertainment,
Mr. Gorst illustrates American bird life with beautiful pastel paintings of
his own creation.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS — Lynden
Lodge. No. 137 meet; every Mon
day evening at the I. O. O. F. hall
All Knights are cordially invited
to attend. GEORGE WHITE. C. C.
H. S. STEINHAUER. X.. R. & S
MISS AI.DAXA GILKS. Violin
Teacher —Studio home of Mrs. Jasp
er Seat, Bth and Liberty. Saturdays.
THE LYNDEN* TRIBUNE. LYNDEN. WASH.. THURSDAY. JT'N. 12, 1918
$5.98 crepe-de-chine waists, . . $4.90
$4.49 grade, $2.90
$5.50 Messaline Waists $4.30
$4.49 Messaline Waists $2.90
GOc plain organdy. 42 in. w ide 40c
Ladies' strap vests 9c
Ladies' summer union suits.. 50c
39c green figured snow flake voile,
60c curtain batiste drop stitch
SATURDAY, JUNE 15TH
SATURDAY, JUNE 29TH
IS YCH"R PROPERTY FOR SALE?
List your property with Public Re
alty Bureau. Particulars free. 210
Liberty Building. Seattle, Wash.
ELECTRIC READING LAMP ,or
desk lamp. Good as new. Call
The Tribune. 3-21- tt-
$1.40 White Voile Waists... 81.15
$1.25 White Voile Waists 95c
$1.98 Middy Blouses $1.60
$1.49 Middy Blouses $1.15
We have sold many lines of cor
sets during the past 25 years, but
none have ever come up to the stan
dard set by Warner Bros, who
make the Warner Rust Proof Cor
Special Cut Price for Two Weeks
MOTHER GOOSE FESTIVAL
Esther Jane Clark Is Pageant Direc
More recognition is being given this
year than ever before to the Junior
Chautauqua, always an important de
partment of the Chautauqua week
K*ther Jane Clark, an expert pageant
director and playground worker. Is to
have general supervision over the chil-
Estlur Jine Clark.
dren's work and Is to personally have
Charge of the Mother Goose Ktstival on
the closing night of Chautauqua. This
pageant will be the delight of both the
children who take part and the grown
ups, too. It Is a rythmic, fanciful nar
rative, introducing the children'l fa
vorite Mother Goose stories and char
acters, lv udditiou to the Mother Goose
Festival or pageant there will be the
regular story hour and children's
games the other days of the week with
the Junior Supervisor in charge.
COAL CONSUMERS "MUST
BUY WINTER SUTTLY NOW
Consumers most hv th»ar
"Writer supply of Coal during
Hxa Spring and Summer £ar
siorxgi ifrrodxictitx" it to be
mmm —gWTJ maintained, at a
I Kay j jni maximum jtkithc
'H|^J^!;?^ t country etubled.
io avoid t serious
.Jfilir Coal shortage
\S X rutl. ABatWIITKaTION
15c Dimities, voiles, lawns, batistes.
22i ..c Values ISc
25c Values 20c
30c Values 2!c
One lot lace edgings, worth to 35c.
One lot embroidery edgings, worth.
to 25c 15c
One lot embroidery insertions.
worth to 25c 10c
One lot allover embroidery, worth
One lot allover lace, worth to (1.25,
Men's 10c Handkerchiefs 5c
Ladies' 15c Handkerchiefs Sc
Men's 35c pure linen initial hand
Ladies 35c pure linen initial... 20c
Ladies' $2.50 white kid gloves, $2.20
Ladies' 98c silk hose, white .. . TJIc
Ladies' $1.39 silk hose, white $1.19
Child's white hose, ... 21c and 31c
$1.50 bed spreads $1.20
RmiMBER THE DAYS
mm FRIDAY ~>
Do your bit
Eat Corn meal musk-
Hominy and rice with-
Eat no wheat cereals.
Leave nothing on your plate.
UNITED STATES FOOD *C MIX UTR.UION
A BIG CITY LAUNDRY
Right Here In Lynden
All the conveniences of a big city laundry are
now at the command of the Lynden housekeeper
And she doesn't have to stir off her own doorstep
to take advantage of them. Our automobile will
call at her door on Monday and Thursday, and will
bring back the clothes whenever she desires. The
rates are very, very reasonable — so reasonable
that a lot of Lynden women are finding out that it
is cheaper to have us do their work for them than
to do it themselves. Won't you give us a trial?
Leave orders at Whipple's barber shop or drop
us a card and we will call.
We specialize in dyeing and cleaning, and carpet
GRAND AND LOTTIE STREETS. Bellingham