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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 October 1910

THE WORLD NEWS NOTES The next annual meeting of \ae National convention of Chrinian churches, will be held at Portland, Oregon, in October, 1911. The house of deputies at the an Dual convention of the Protestan: Episcopal church, in Cincinnait, de feated the proposal to change the name of the Episcopal church to "The Holy Catholic churah," by a s ngle Vote. J. Pierpont Morgan, a delegate to the convention, was against the change. The supreme court of Illinois up held the constitutionality of the di rect primary law. In a period of four years two other primary laws have been declared unconstitutional. Both houses of the Colorado legis lature passed the direct primary bill as amended in committee. The bill carries a modified convention or "as eembly" clause, all candidates in the "assembly" receiving 10 per cent ot the vote to 'have their names go on the tickets. Information has been received by railroad officials in Chicago from the Interstate Commerce Commission that the enforcement...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 October 1910

page i vrn 1 NEW CHURCH ORGANIZED The Classsis of Dakota of the Re formed Church in Amerlca.at its re gular Fall Session received a petit ion with a long list of names of partless living in and around Lyn den 1 c pjesting the Classis to organ ize them into achurch of the Reform ed Denomination. According by a co liuttee, consisting of Revs. Win Rottschaffer and J. De Free and El der G. Capaan, was appointed to visit this iield with power to act, if the way for ssuch an organization were clear. This committee met with tehse petition yesterday, Oct. Ift and a organization was effected; 29 mem hers were enrolled, 22 by letters from different Evangelical churches and 7 upon confession. The new churcl dem ehstharm thes nitliar odr telist is to be known as the First Reform ed Church of Lynden. Wash. Two elders were elected, Alliert Vander Yacht and Jacob Meenk;; and also two deacons; Henry Landael and Gerrlt Landaal. The new organizat ion starts out under very suspicions and hopeful circr...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 October 1910

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 EXCHANOE BUILDINO BELLINGHAM J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. O. G. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade Building, Seattle. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING COAL Ft 111 S.-SLE Express and Team work. Some cholc Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tentlon to all business. Both 'phones DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden. Washington. FRANK W. BIXBY Attorney at Latt> Notary Work, Fire Insurance written D »ds Mortgages, Contracts, Wills etc irawn, Abstracts examined. Collect lons made. A General Law Practice In All Courts B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1, 1910. - BELLINGHAM TO LYNDEN 7: 10 a. m. Dally accept Sunday. 1:30 p. m. ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 20 October 1910

PAGE 8. HIS QUICK LUNCH. A Cleveland Man's Experience In a Toronto Restaurant. The Canadian brother certainly dif fers from us in several strongly mark ed respects. A Cleveland man went Into the leading restaurant of Toronto nnd said to the waiter in his custom ary quick lunch voice: "Crackers 'n' milk—cup coffee—apple pie." The waiter bent a little lower. "Beg pahdon, sir!" The Cleveland man said it ngaln and, being slightly Irritated, said it faster. The waiter shook his head. "I'm afraid we 'aven't it, sir," he deprecated, as Hashimura Togo might say. "Haven't you any crackers?" "No, sir." Then, with a sudden In spiration, "We 'aye biscuits, sir." "All right; bring me biscuits. And you can give me some milk, cau't you—milk in a bowl?" "I'll Inquire, sir." Then anothor in spiration. "Wo can give you coffee, sir." "Good! How about the apple pie?" "No, sir. We've never 'ad it to my knowledge, sir. I think there's no call for It." Another inspiration. "We 'aye apple tnrt, sir." "Fine...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 October 1910

Vol. 3 FEDERAL TAXES ARE WADED RY INTERESTS Income Compared With Earn ings Indicates Profits Are Concealed. New York—A natlon-wtde scandal may remit from the manner In which the corporation tax lav. has worked out. With the official announcement by the treasury department at Wash ington that the total amount paid In as a result of the tax is only a trifle more than 127.000,000, Wall street fln anclera are convinced that an ex tremely clever Job in hiding profits has been carried out by somebody. This Federal tax Is 1 per cent of the net yearly incomes of all corpor ations from all sources over and above 15,000, exclusive of all amounts re ceived aa dividends on the stock of other corporations subject to the tax. The two biggest concerns in tbe country, the Standard Oil company and the United States Steel corpora tion, have paid into the government more than $2,000, or about one-thu> tenth of the entire tax. The big railroads alone should have paid In aa much aa the total tax re c...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 October 1910

PAGE 2 ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM OUR STATE Chronicle of Important Events of Interest to Washington Readers. Want Land Prices Reduced. Spokane—Claimholdors on tbe Spo kane Indian reservation, headed b: Miss Olive E. Lender, formerly a newspaper woman in Chicago, have signed a petition to the federal gov ernment to have the price of home stead lands reduced to 15 an acre. The homesteaders were prompted to this action by the reports that the price of land has been reduced on tiie Coeur d'Alene Indian reserve in north ern Idaho. Fruit Men Give $100,000. Walla Walla—One hundred thous and dollars has been paid to member* cf the Milton Fruitgrower*' union in the past thirty days, and before tbe season is over three times that sum will have been received by them for this year's crop. The threatened car shortage at Milan has been relieved and the roads have agreed to have the required number of cars on hand daily to handle the fruit crop, according to word from Milton. Merchant is Gone. Seattle...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 October 1910

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tnbune Office or in evenings to Telephone Numer R521 TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE .•: n PHONE MAIN 59 N.R. Cloud was over from Nooksack visiting relatives Sunday. Miss Mabel Drake was a Lynden vis itor last week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Sehut te, a boy, Oct. 13, 1910. Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Kortliver a boy, Oct. 17, 1910. Born to Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Maneval a boy Oct. 16, 1910. LESSON'S In water color. Mrs. B. V. Mounter 10-27-3tdp. Mis* Nellie Hittenberg spent Sun day with home folkr. Mr. Tromp has an engine sawing wood on his place now. \V. H. \vaples was 'n Bellingham o business Monday. Eddie O'Neil is at home this week laid up with rheumatism. Alvey Kelley has been working o: the roadwiith bis team this week. Mrs. M. M. Horton spent Sunday with her daughter in Bellingham. Mrs. Carpenter, eea former resident Lynden, is visiting friends hTe. Mr. Klumb's brother, of Alaska, is v siting here. M...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 October 1910

PAGE 4. ' ' * THE LYNDEN TRIBI'NE Successor to Peclflc Pilot, flssf published Aug. 14, IIJOI Lynden Sun, first published June 29. 1904 Lvnden Sun-Pilot, estob d Aug. 10, 1905 DAN CLOUD, Publisher Enterad as second-class mail iwfttter. July 8. 1908. at the Post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act ot Itareb ». WB. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year In Advance »' ; r fella Months in Advance »•« Canada and Foreign one Year .. Advertisins Rates furnished on applica tion. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHFS IN AtL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES So Tom Kensey is a Phohibitionist now.ls be? That's pretty hard on the Prohibitionists, but It must he a re lief to the Repblicans, Tacoma isn't guilty. I know Taco ma. it me census enumerators find UO.OOOpersonS there we'd he willing l> there We'd rather expect there ra ther about 125,000. Why. ~~ Because we know Tacoma business men. They are the most conservative tiucnh on the Pacific co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 October 1910

THE WORLD NEWS NOTES Former Senator Foraker, In opening the republican campaign at Louisville, Ky., denounced the New- Nationalism of Theodore Roosevelt as "treasonable as si cession itself." Sarah Bernhardt sailed on the steamer Provence from Havre to tour America. Marvin Hughltt, for nearly 24 years president of the Chicago & Northwest ern railway, gave up that position to become chairman of the board of di rectors. Edgar Allen Poe is at last in the Hall of Fame. Years of effort on the part of staunch supporters to have hL name added to the list have been re warded. A gift from J. P. Morgan of $100, 000 to the campaign fund for the world's conference on church unity served as a fitting climax to the great est convention in the history of the Protestant Episcopal church at Cm clnnatl. Mrs. Frances Folsom Cleveland, wid ow of President Cleveland, has been named by Governor Fort, of New Jer eey, as one oi the commissioners to manage the Women's Reformatory in that state. WASHINGT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 October 1910

PAGE 2 GOOD AND POOR COWS. Often the Man Rather Than the Cattle Markt the Herd Standard. The good cow is un investment. The amount we shall be able to make out of her depends entirely upon how much of feed and care and cow sense wo put Into her. She may be bred ever so well aud be capable of doing n great and profitable work, but If her w-nys have fallen Into the hands of nn ig norant, stingy or careless man her birthright of royalty la reduced to scrub conditions. All this for the good cow. Tbe poor cow is a poor cow, and that is all there Is to it, and we need waste no saltpeter on her. Hut 1 believe in defense of her, she not being a free agent, that always somewhere In the early pedigree of tho poor cow is writ- BE KOL QtmUl LA POLKA 11. ten the stigma of a poor, scrub man Many an Intrinsically good cow Is handicapped by such an owner, who is limiting the scope of her possibilities If it were possible for the cow for a short time to change places with the man and she ruu the dai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 October 1910

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchange Building BELLINGHAM J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat. Lynden, Wash. O. O. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade Building. Seattle. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING COAL FOR SALE Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tention to all business. Both 'phones DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. FRANK W. BIXBY Attorney at Latt> Notary Work. Fire Inaurance written Dcsde Mortgages, Contracts, Wills etc irawn, Abstracts examined. Collect lona made. A General Law Practice In All Courts B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1, 1910. BELLINGHAM TO LYNDEN f. t$ a. 83. Daily except Sunday. 1:30 p. m. Dail...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 27 October 1910

PaGB 4 NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS WEST VANBUREN. Mrs Al. E. Wanipler and daughters, Letitia aud Eva sent -Monday with her lather.Mr. J. Stafford, of Feardon ville, U. C. Miss Mue Whipple is spending a few weeks iv Belliugham. Air. and Mrs. F. M. Yount attended the Beuton slae Monday last. Mrs. L. E. Whipple called at the \\ pier, Yount and Heathers homes Thrs day'of last week. Letitia Wamler anpd fioseue Riddel attended church at VanHßren Tesday c veiling. Mr. Henry Wampler sent Saturday night and Sunday with his brother Mr C. Wander. Hud and Charley Whipple spent Sun day exening atthe Wampler home. Ol il Riddel attended church at Nor thwood Suday. Mrs Clinton Brown spent Snday wit Mr. aud Mrs. Tracey Riddel, of North wood. There are several large trees in this neighborhood that wr struck by light ning Monday, but no other damage wa done. Wtndesday Mrs. Harry Heathers cal led at the Wampler home. M. C. Wampler and Henry Wampler art clearing land for H. Hertliuson. WISER LAKE. A. McDaniels ha...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 November 1910

V 01.3 ENGLISHMAN WINS AERO SPEED TROPHY Grahamme-White Makes Record Time and Captures the Bennett Cup. New York— Claude Grahame-White, flying for the Royal Aero Club of the Vn'ted Kingdom, lifted the Gordon Bennett international speed . trophy from the custody of America in the fastest time ever covered in the full distance of 100 kilometers (64.14 miles) around a five-kilometer course. His average speed was a fraction better than 61 miles an hour, and his fastest lap was 2 minutes 55.77 sec onds, but the captain of the French team, Alfred Leßlanc, flying in a sim ilar machine, a 100-horsepower Bier iot monoplane, was making each lap on an average of 20 seconds faster than Grahame-White, and would have JAMES GORDON BENNETT CUP. won the cup if he had not met with a disastrous accident in his last lap when he had the race seemingly well in hand. Leßlanc's first lap was a new world record in itself for five kilometers —2 minutes 45.63 seconds —but he subse quently exceeded it with a l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 November 1910

PAGF S PRIMITIVE PHYSIC. John Wealey as ■ Physician and Soma of His Remedies. It is not generally known that John Wesley in one of his brief intervals of leisure published a sort of medical vade mecum called not inappropriately "Primitive Physic." It was first pub lished iv 1747, aud it rau luto at least twenty-four editions. Tbe author was greatly surprised there was so swift nnd large a demand for it. In the later editions be was able to add the word "Tried" to certain remedies the virtues of which he bud meanwhile found opportunities of testing. After live years' careful trial und notwith standing the objections of the learned he recommends for the ague "to go into tbe cold bath Just before tbe cold fit," but omits to say how to time the coming of the fit. To prevent apoplexy use the cold bath and drink only wa ter. If this proves useless and a fit should declare Itself you have only to "put a handful of salt with a pint of cold water and if possible pour It down the throat of tb...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 November 1910

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tribune Qffice_or in evenings to Telephone Numer R521 TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE :: :: PHONE MAIN 59 A Young visited Bellingham Satur day. Georg ■ Hall was seen on the streets of BUingh am Sunday, T. J. Lewis of Bellingham. was a Lynden visitor last week. Prof. Talbot was a Bellingham visi tor Sunday. General McPherson was a Belling ham visitor Wediiesdya. Harry S. Osgood was a Bellingham visitor over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G.. Vander Linden are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl horn Saturday. October 26. Edith Harris, a teacher of Femdale. spent Sunday with her mother. ■""■•■ "risquerade ball held in Haw ley's hall Saturday by the Royal neig'l burs was a grand success. Miss Nell Bardhardt visited her home in Nortbwood Thursday of last week. Thomas Robbins. who has been vis iting In Lynden for the past week,re turned to his home in Seattle. Crete Topping and Gertrude Barn hardt were Bellingham...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 November 1910

PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, flsst published Aua. 24. 100 l Lynden Sun, first published June 29, 190* Lynden Sun.PHot, estab'd Auo. 10, 1905 DAN CLOUD, Publisher. Entered as second-class mall iwatter, July 8. 1908. at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act or March 8. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year In Advance tilx Months in Advance Canada and Foreign one Year .. ..*s.w Advertising Rates furnished on aprlica tlon. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES We show impatience at the mistake of ethers but expect instant forgive ness for our own. ? Even calamities sometimes work ou mighty improvements. The fire which swept the woods northwest of Lynden the settlers property aud wood prod ucts seemed an awful happening. It was awful. It was fearsome. The los sea figured up to thousand of dol.ars. Hut from that calamity the good is already apparent. The few suffered, but the co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 November 1910

THE WORLD NEWS NOTES No Immunity for Importers who have swindled the government by un derstating the value of imported goods was announced as the policy of the treasury department. So wide-spread has rabies become in four counties in Northeastern Kan Bas that the State Board of Health has ordered a quarantine of all dog; In these communities. Twelve hundred school teachers, from all parts of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, have voted to unionize and Join the American Federat on ol Labor in an effort to obtain better wages. The John Street Methodist Episco pal Church, of New York, called the cradle of American Methodism, re cently celebrated its 144 th birthday- After 16 hours of continuous debate the New Mexico Constitutional Con ventlon adopted the majority report of the committee to legislative de partment, which incorporates a mod ifled form of the referendum and makes no mention oi the initiative. Fifty thousand dollars was the value placed on one Sidney by Mrs Maria Marcutti, of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 November 1910

PAGE t? 1 GROTESQUE NAMES. Burdens That Innocent English Chil dren Had to Bear. In England, as In other countries, thousands of people go through life cherishing a grudge against their par ents for giving them absurd or incon gruous names. It was most natural that a demure and pretty girl in a north suburb should feel resentful when she had to answer to the name of Busybody, given In honor of the winner of a race fifteen years before. Among the names registered at Som erset House are Airs and Graces and Nun Nicer, which were innocently borne by two little girls who found them most embarrassing In after years. The appalling name of Wellington Wolseley Roberts was borne by a young man who, In disposition and ap pearance, was anything but militant, and as little likely to win fame on the battlefield' as his predecessors Ar thur Wellesley Wellington Waterloo Cox and Napoleon the Great Eagar. However, even these names, inap propriate as they may be, are to be preferred to Roger tbe Ass, ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 November 1910

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchange b. aiNo BELLINGHAM J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. D. MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose and Throat Lynden, Wash. O. Q. YOCKIM EYESIGHT SPECIALIST At the Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade Building. Seattle. EBER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF BRAYING COAL FOB SALE Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tention to all business. Both 'phones DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Rank Lynden, Washington. FRANK W. BIXBY Attorney at Latt> Notary Work, Fire Insurance written D: ids Mortgages, Contracts, Wills etc irawn, Abstracts examined. Collect lons made. A General Law Practice in All Courts B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1, 1910. BELLINGHAM TO LYNDEN 7:.J0 a. ni. Daily except Sunday. 1:30 p. m. Daily...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 3 November 1910

PAGE 8. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS WOODLAND. Mr. aud Mrs. Harter celebrated their sliver wedding last Saturday night. Everybody had an enjoyable time and many useful presents were present ed. Miss Klumb and Miss Ella Lund were the guests of Miss Watrous over Saturday and Sunday at her home in Helltngham. Miss Ina and Ada Py e att called on Mrs. S. Hardin, of Wiser Lake, one day last we*'k. Grandma Harvey was visiting Mrs. lickford for a few days. Mr. Snodgrass had a barn raising be last Friday. They managed to get his barn finished. A Hallowe'en party was given by Mrs. Wilson at h'T home on Monday night. Quite a few were present. All enjoyed a good time. Mr. Meritt and Mr. Smith drove to Helllngham Thursday to attend the lecture by Debs. WEST VAN HUREN. Mrs. M. C. Wampler and son, I.yman, went to Lynden Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Yount went to Lyn den Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wheeler of OGreenwood called on Mrs. M. C. Wampler and also to see their new farm. Mr. W. F. Heathers went to Clear b...

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