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YOU AN IDEA OF HOW LOW OUR PRICES REALLY ARE: Saturday Specials CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP Per can ARGO CORN STARCH Per package HERSHEY'S COCOA ' Per can ALBERS ROLLED OATS 9-lb Sack ROYAL WHITE SOAP 6 Bars for SOLID PACKED TOMATOES Per can PICNIC HAMS Per pound HARDWARE DEPARTMENT See us now if you plan on buying any ROOFING, A HEATING STOVE, RANGE, GASOLINE LANTERNS, DRY CELLS, HOT SHOT BATTERIES, FOOD CHOP PERS, or anything in the Hardware Line. WE BUY POULTRY AND EGGS Farmers Mercantile Co. Wednesday and Thursday Free Matinee, Wednesday. 4:00 P. M. for children OF THE NORTH DOES YOUR LIFE BATTLE COMPARE WITH HIS? See the drama of his life, his love, his family, See our hero of the Arctic with hand and spear, attack the walrus who plunges at him, tusks agleam, sounding his battle cry. flSee how the walrus's mate locks tusks with the captive a*nd tries to pull her free. HNever before have so many spellbinding thrills, such ama/.ing beauty, such heart-pulling appeal been put into a production. LIBERTY THEATRE, LYNDEN NOVEMBER Bth and 9th A Story of the Snowlands THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922 NORTH TRAIRIE Mr. Jones, who is staying at the P. A. Clarke home, has been sick all week. Mrs. Nelson visited with her mother in Bellingham Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Methlers ot B. C. visited Sunday evening at the home of A. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cart visited at the P. A. Clarke home Sunday. Mr. George Jacobson and son Wendell visited Monday evening at the John Strand home. Mrs. Helen Bruns and sons visited the John Bruns family on Sunday afternoon. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Axling and sons Clifton and Glenn vis ited at the S. F. Scrimger home. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bartelds, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Verduin visited at the Lewis EbrJght home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. Nelson visited the William Greenblatt family at Sumas Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brines and Mrs. Ceorge Bruce visited at the P. A. Clarke home Friday after noon. Mrs. Jacobson and Children visited Mrs. Bruns Thursday. Tommy Van Horn visited Clif ton and Glen Axling Sunday af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and children visited at the home of Jake Bartelds Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Bruce and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. Palmer and family were dinner guests at the P. A. Clarke home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ericson and Ma ble Ericson and Mr. Ira Stauffer visited at the C. R. Axling home Wednesday. 9c 10c 19c 45c 25c 15c 18c W. R. C. NOTES A special meeting was called on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 18, for inspection by Mrs. Clara El son of Custer W. R. C. No. 2, Tacoma. A banquet was served at 12:00 to about fifty comrades and W. R. C. members. Mr. and Mrs. Randall are im proving. A souvenir spoon of Lynden, was presented to the inspector by W. R. C No. 20. Only a few ladies were out to the regular, meeting, Wednes day, Oct. 25, on account of the rain. A box of fruit is to be sent to the Old Soldiers' Home at Retsil. We hope to see more members out to Corps next meeting, Nov. 8 Mrs. Emmie Murphy and little daughter, Mildred, of West Vir ginia, and Mr. Ernest Friend of Aberdeen, are visiting at the home of their father, M. E. Friend. Dr. F. L. Wood fits glasses accur ately and scientifically. MISS LOLA BAILEY AND ALVAH BLOWERS MARRIED Coming as a surprise to all, ' except the most intimate friends, [ was the marriage of Lola Doris Bailey and Alvah E. Blowers, on Wednesday, October 25. The ceremony was performed In Bel lingham. The bride Is the only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bailey and has lived here since childhood, while the groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Will J. Blowers, a graduate of the Lynden High school, and one of the rising young farmers of the district. Mr. and Mrs. Blowers left for Seattle immediately after the ceremony. After their return they will bo at home to their many friends at the Blowers old homestead on the Hannegan Road. A charivari was given Friday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Blowers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Blowers. Forty were in attendance. Candy and cigars were served during the evening. ° SCHOOL NOTES The sixth grade is still adding good hooks to their library. Mrs. Jones visited the sixjh grade Tuesday. Miss Sutherland is reading "Little Lord Fauntleroy" to the class. The sixth grade room is divid ed into two sections, the sections taking turns In giving current event topics every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday. Anice Komon from Sunshine has entered the sixth grade in Lynden. The fourth, and fifth grades enjoyed a Hallowe'en party on Tuesday afternoon. The sixth and seventh grades enjoyed a party in the G. A. H. Hall. Tho sixth grade pupils had their party Friday evening, while the seventh grade had its party Monday evening. Theresa Komen has entered the seventh grade. The eighth grade enjoyed a party in their room Friday ev ening. The fourth grade boys had 100 per cent attendance during the last month. Miss Smith's second grade won the marching banner. Theodore Pasma has with drawn from the first grade, and is on his way to Charleston, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Smith, of Everson. spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Shea. Mrs. George Jacobson and children visited Mrs. Ellen Ja cobson Wednesday. Harry Beernink came up from Seattle and spent the week-end at home. THE LIBERTY THEATRE Saturday and Sunday NOVEMBER 4th and sth A Paramount Feature Starring WALLACE REID in "THE WOMAN GOD CHANGED" And the Comedy "FRECKLE FACE" ALSO PATHE NEWS Wednesday and Thursday SPECIAL SHOW "NANOOK OF THE NORTH" ALSO "Perils of the Yukon" Admission 35c & 10c FREE MATINEE On Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock this great ed ucational picture will be shown free to all school children. m ANNOUNCEMENT We have booke<l a better class of Feature Photoplays, which we will show Wednesday and Thurs day evenings, commencing Nov. 8 LIBERTY THEATRE B. Hollenbeek, Proprieter 98 c and $1.19 ABSENT VOTERS MAY BEXD IX BALLOT AT ELECTION Any registered voter who ex pects to be absent from home a distance of 25 miles or more on election day may cast an absen tee voter's ballot if, not less than live days before election, he ob tains c certificate of registration from his precinct registration of ficer and presents it to the coun ty pud*tor. if ballots have been printed he may mark his ballot in the presence of the auditor, seal it and leave It to be counted; if the ballots are not yet print ed a blank ballot will be for warded to his address and he may vote before any city, county or state official authorized to ad minister an oath, and the ballot will be forwarded to the county auditor by registered mail. The votes of absentees are counted by the county canvassing boards. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Lowrey and children, Janet and Lois, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Christine Lowrey. G. N. Heaton visited in Lynden this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Berger ex pect to move this week into the Hiemstra house on Front Street, which they have purchased. No. 4521 NOTIOE OF FINAL HEARING In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Whatcom. In the matter of the Estate of Flora De Hoog, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned executor of the last will and testament of Flora Da Hoog, deceased, ha 3 filed his Final Report nnd Petition for Distribution and Discharge as executor with the clerk of the above named court; and that said court is asked to settle said ac count and report, distribute the estate to the persons entitled thereto, and discharge the ex ecutor; and that Monday the fith. day of November, 1922 at 9:30 A. M. at the court house In the City of Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington, have been fixed as the time and place for hearing the same, when any per sons interested in said estate may file objections or contest the same. Dated this 9th. day of October, 19 22. ' JAKE DE HOOG. Executor of tho last well and testament of Flora De Hoog, deceased. R. B. LE COCQ, Lynden, Washington, Attorney for Executor. First Publication Oct. 12, 1922. Last Publication, Nov. 2, 1922. (Paid Advertising) NELLIE H. ABBOTT Candidate for Superintendent of Schools Kc|>iiMieiin Party EDITH M. THORNTON Candidate for Re-election as County Treasurer Republican Party J. W AUSTIN Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER A. C. DURHAM Candidate for Proserin ing Attorney Democratic Ticket NO HUNTING SIGNS —on sale at The Tribune office. IRIBUNE WANT ADS COST ONLY 86c. TRY THEM. FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY —i Seattle Star, J3.50 a year. Sub. scribe at Tribune office. Flannellette Nightgowns A big shipment of "brand new" medium and heavy weight tailored Flannelette night gowns, long sleeve, V-neck, or collared styles, fancy-striped, silk braid trimmed, all sizes for women and misses. Extra Special in Lower Price Basement Ni-\ r"rti' r — ttf T-Mmtatmwf Alaska Building RELIABLE USED CARS We Specialize in Fords and Dodge Bros. Cars We have Fords with or without .starters. See Us for All Makes of Reliable Used Cars. Good Terms. Open Sundays and Evenings. KEARNS & SWANSON BELLINGHAM 109-111 Grand Aye. Phone 882 Next to Fair Grocery Referendum AND THEREBY INCREASE THE California has been Operating under a similar Cor- tiflcate of Necessity Law for more than eleven years, and Wisconsin since lit 15. Referendum Measure No, 1-' will uol hamper the future development of any of the present municipal plants or the construction of new municipal plapts and systems whenever the public interest requires. Referendum Measure No. 12 will not, as has been stated, give any water powers In this state to private com panies, as, under the Federal Law, municipalities are given the preference light to acquire any undeveloped power sites on the public domain, where practically all the un developed water power is located. Similar laws are in effect in twenty-six other stales where they have resulted in better service, cheaper rates and the extension of service In to the rural communities. Last year alone there was invested in California more than $70,000,000 in water power development and extensions of lines as a result of this law. Tho passage of Referendum No. 12 will rosull la adding millions of dollars u> tho tax rolls of this state and thereby reduce your taxes. Washington State Public Utility Information Bureau Wahl's new (PAID ADVERTISING) Vote FOR No. 12 TAXABLE WEALTH OF THE STATE Vote FOR Referendum No. 12 PAGE THREE FURS MADE TO ORDER REPAIRED AND REMODELLED At Moderate Pried If you buy furs from us you are sure of getting best quality anil latest styles. We pay Highest Prtcea for Raw Furs. Bellingham, Wash.