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Whatcom County's New Store for Men, Women and Children here when you arrive at the store. We want to meet the people of Lynden and fu ly convince them that this sore is a Modern, «™ QMMty goods here at will strive in every manner to serve all with the strictly up-to-the-minute merchandise and at the lowest possible market prices. You win nna gu y m the lowest prices. , Heavy Corduroy Pants $2.98 Heavy Moleskin Pants $2.49 Heavy Water Repellant; double front and double seat $2.98 Tin Pants; Rose City brand $2.49 Heavy Bib; 220 denim; full cut overalls $1.10 Waist overalls 98c BOYS' OVERALLS AND PLAY SUITS Heavy blue denim Overalls, like daddy wears; sizes up to 16 years 98c Play Suits, made of blue denim, trimmed with red galetea 65 c Ecru shade Union Suit $1-25 Wool Wright Union Suits '. $3.50 Leather-faced Heavy Canvas Gloves 19c Heavy and medium weight Work Suspenders... 49c Heavy flannel, olive color Shirts 98c Heavy blue and gray chambray, for work 69c Heavy wool flannel, gray, green, navy and khaki; all sizes %IM A New Store! A New Stock! A New Policy! "Where Dollars Go the Farthest" SCHOOL NOTES SCHOOL CHILDREN' SEEK NEWS OF EARLY LYNDEN Sixth graders are gathering in formation on the early days of Lynden. Can you help? The seventh and eighth grade girls participated in a candy sale Friday of last week; from which they netted $6.50. With this The ftjffi Range T ship's P atentedHotßlastSmokeßurn '"i ßan P to the most economical cook stove on th* market. The famous Lang Hot Blast principle ena bles these ranges to utilize every heat unit, taking advantage of every, particle of fuel consumed. Man ufactured in twenty-five different sizes and models, our line offers you the widest of choice in the selefr tion of your range. LANG'S Ranees are used and endorsed by thousands of American Housewives. Tot increasing popularity demonstrates their efficiency. CA Visit to Our Store will convince You LYNDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, INC VISIT MEN'S WORK PANTS MEN'S OVEALLS MEN'S UNION SUITS MEN'S SHIRTS money, they purchased a very durable volley ball. The crisis of the Bth grade spelling contest is near at hand. Everyone is doing his best to receive 100 per cent, as the los ing side will have to furnish the refreshments. The seventh grade is the proud possessor of the marching and neatness banners. Unusual interest is shown In the seventh grade spelling con test. The grade girls' basketball THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE, LYNDEN, WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IC, 1922 DOMESTICS 54-inch All Wool Plaid, yard $1.98 Over one hundred pieces of Organdy and Voile ;»some pieces imported Organdy were high as $1.00 a yard; this lot to sell out at a yard 25c Maybourne Ginghams, 27 inches wide, yard 15c 32-inch Devonshire, yard 29c Japanese Crepes, yard 22 Vie Bed Spread, 76 by 88 inches $1.95 Hope Muslin, yard 16V 2 c 60 Berkley, yard 22c SILKS 40-in. Georgette and Crepe de Chine, all shades. .$1.39 36-in. mm Silk Pongee, yard 95c A wonderful showing of exclusive coats at very reason able prices, brown Marvilla cloth coat, beaver col lar, cape back model, tassel trimmed; regular selling price everywhere, $95; our price $49.95 Brown Bolicia Cloth Coat, beaverette collar and cuffs, tassel trimmed collar and sleeves; you would have to pay $42.50 anywhere else for this garment; Our opening price $27.50 The very latest styles in dresses, striking models in heavily beaded canton crepes; sold every where else for $42.50; Our opening price $27.75 Smart Dresses of velvet, charmeuse and Canton Crepe, trimmed with Persian and gold embroidery; sold everywhere for $29.50; Our opening price $17.50 BASIL'S 1320 BAY STREET, BELLINGHAM practice will begin Tuesday ev ening In the high school gymnas ium. Interest In the sixth grade spelling contest is very strong. Another week will decide which side will be the winner. The fifth grade will have a candy sale Friday. Miss Alice Burns, the fourth grade teacher, is out, due to ill- BEST OPTICAL SERVICE WALLGREN'S Successor to Wilber Gibbi Bellingham National Bank Building Bellingham Washington DR. B. V. MOUNTER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in Dyk Building LYNDEN - . WASHINGTON THE INTERURBAN EFFECTIVE JULY 1, IMB "Every Hoar en the Hear" SEATTLE EVERETT MOUNT VERNON BURLINGTON SEDRO-WOOLLEY AND ALL POINTS. Memoriae This: « "Every Haw en the Hear" PACIFIC NOBTHWI TRACTION CO. BASIL'S LADIES' COATS AND DRESSES ness. Mrs. Edna Fisher is teach ing during her absence. Miss Nessen's room is making a Thanksgiving sand table. Winifred Bode is out of school with a cold. ' Marvin Creamer has returned to school after his spell of ill ness. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS LYNDEN WILL PLAY GAME WITH WENATCHEE TEAM Mr. Rockey has scheduled a game with Wenatchee High School for January 6, at Lynden. Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher and the Misses Agee, Kelly and Burpee spent the week-end in Seattle to attend the California- Washington football game. Miss Whitman spent the week end in Bellingham. Monday night, about 9G high school students charivaried Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rockey. We wish to thank them for their treat It was much enjoyed by all. A truck load of young people from Sumas came over soon after the high school students dispersed. Mr. Rockey treated the basket ball boys Monday night after practise. A meeting was called Monday noon, of all girls interested in basketball, to decide whether Lynden should have interclass or interscholastic girls' games. Af ter a brief discussion, the girls adjourned and the teachers made the final decision. The girls will have interscholastic basketball, if certain strict pro visions are lived up to by the players. Mr. Fisher will act as floor coach, while Miss Agee will have charge of the girls off the floor. Wednesday, November 8, Miss Smith and Beulah Serrurier en tertained the assembly on behalf BIG NEWS—The Seattle Star at Bargain Rates, J3.60 a year. Subscribe at Tribune office. DR. F. L. WOOD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LYNDEN - - WASHINGTON DR. OTIS N.FARLEY Dentistry Office over First National Bank LYNDEN • - WASHINGTON ALICE TROOST GRADUATE NURSE Phone 4700 Lynden DR. VAN KIRK. Specialist in di seases of the EYE. EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Glasses accurate ly fitted. Bellingham National Bank Building. Bellingham. of the Freshman Class. Beulah Serruiier read an original comp osition entitled, "Wash Day on Noah's Ark." which was enjoyed by all. This was followed by two piano selections, "The Blue Flag." and "Whispering PiUM," most artistically played by Miss Smith. Dingeman Bajema entered the High School Monday. Those on the Senior Program Committee for this week are Cressa Vinup and Gertrude Wolfe The Junior Class is starting Join Our Christmas Phonograph Club Here is an announcement that will bring Christmas cheer to many homes in the Northwest. The number of machines sold on this excep tional plan will be limited, as we were only able to secure a limited sup ply this season. The plan is a very simple one and a splendid opportunity. The BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS included in this club are the world standards of their kind. They are well known, nationally advertised, guaranteed in every way by the manufacturers and by ourselves. Pay Only $1.00 Cash Make your selection from any of four models. Make your payment of only $1.00. Your machine will be tagged with your name, stored free of further charge, and delivered anywhere you want it at Christmas time. In the meantime you can make small weekly payments of $1.00. The bal ance remaining after Christmas is then divided into twelve equal and convenient monthly payments. By the time Christmas is here you will have a substantial amount already paid. CHOICE OF 4 BRUNSWICK MODELS FROM WHICH TO SELECT and, included in the price of each machine are twelve double face records of your own choosing. These may be selected at your convenience any time between now and Christmas for delivery with your phonograph. A complete lino of Brunswick Records carried in stock. Let us play your Favorite Selections. HOSIERY Heavy Engineers and Firemen's black and brown socks, pair • • • Heavy Wool Mixed Socks, pair. J»c Ladies' Wool Heather Hose, pair a™ LADIES' UNION SUITS Ladies' Fine Quality Silk and Wool Union Suit $2.49 Boys' and Girls' Cotton Rib, fleeced Union Suits 98c We are showing in our Millinery Department striking models in French Pattern Hats; hats from MILLINERY $18.50 to $24.50; special for the opening.... • $9.95 Also beautifully trimmed Hats at $7.50 and $4.95 We have about 150 Boys' Suits, ranging in price from $4.98 to $12.50 TOWELS Bleached Turkish Towels; a real value; 20x38 in.. .25c Heavy Bleached Turkish Towels; 22x43 in. wide. .39c Heavy Huck Towels, 18x36 12Vic SHEETS, SHEETING and PILLOW TUBING 9-4 Bleached Pequot Sheeting, yard 59c 42-inch Homespun Linen finish Tubing, yard 39c 81x90 Moclips Seamless Sheets $1.50 Heavy White Outing Flannel, 27 in. wide, yard. .12V4c Genuine White Daisy Cloth, 27 in. wide, yard 20c work on their play, which they are planning to give the middle of January. The assembly singing Tuesday ■ toon under the auspices for the senior class was led by Rita Jam ieson with Mertha Bostwick as pianist, and delighted the whole assembly. The program was no ticeably better conducted than heretofore. Hon at Reinstra Home A son was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Reinstra at Booths Corners. EVIRYTHING TO^[|nffi9^ NlsH A HOMC BOYS' CLOTHING A special Rest Room for Ladies. Give Us a Call. We want you to feel perfectly at home when You are our guests. BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON County Clubs Meet Representatives of the Homo Economics Clubs of Lynden, Bel lingham, Forest Grove, North Bellingham, Laurel and Wiser Lake met at Laurel Friday after noon to plan the work for the coming year. Miss Bessie Agee To Return Miss Bessie Agee, who is spend ing a few months in California, will return to Lynden after the holidays to teach the first and second grade room, formerly in charge of Miss Bromley.