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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 March 1911

PAGE 8. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS WOODLAND. Jennie Jes and Seneca Smith at tended the party given at O. E. Reeds last Saturday night. Bayard Pyoatt and Elmer Lund vis ited Torens at Wiser Lake, Sunday. EJckford's had the sad misfortune Of losing both their horse and dog, last Saturday afternoon. • S Dan Wilder and Mr. Porter came out from Blame last Sunday to hold services In the school house. Mrs. Thompson visited ut Hatter, one day last week. It seems pretty nice to have the new bridge in again. Mrs. Kaas is visiting at Lunda for a few days. WISER LAKE. Mrs. Averbeck, of San Diego, Cal., is in this neighborhood, visiting her sister, Mrs. C. L. Hanks. A new aanltary drinking fountain has been installed In the school. Mr, Crabtree, of Northwood, attend ed Sunday school here, Sunday. Orval Parks lias been quite sick With pneumonia tho past week. -Miss Edith Heaton and Lester Eck er were Quietly married at the home ot the bride's parents, Saturday Mar. 4th., they left shortly after the cere m...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 March 1911

Vol. 3 Great Men I Have Known AND YOU HAVE KNOWN MEN LIKE THEM Father Hoffman. Now I suppose that by all tbe rnles Of the BUM of relision, 1, a Protes tant, should not list as among the great men of my acquaintance, a Cath olic priest, but, lam not following any rules, and before I get done I expect to be telling of a good many great men who have been worse than Catholic priests and who yet are great For instance 1 may tell you of a man who has no religion at all. Or, I may fell you of an English thief, who whil robbing a home, pounded a waking servant girl's head into a jelly. Or again 1 may tell you of the moral and physical coward who for six Weeks kept a good si/.ed police depart ment looking out for "a bold high wayman." You see, not all great men are good men. Hut isn't that a reason that we should study the lives of all great men? If it is possible for men to bo great without good morals, what would they become If they were good? However, I am not attacking Father Hoffman's m...

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. — 16 March 1911

PAGF 2 WASHINGTON Land of the North, thou virgin land, My Washington. Where ocean waves wash golden sand, My Washington. Where lived the Slwash by the sea, Nor feared he ought in land so free, Till came the white man. Ha must fie From Washington. From Juan de Fuca's treacherous wav My Washington. Where Columbia's waters gently lave My Washington. There fog-bells ring at dead of night And stands the light-house gleaming bright To guide the mariner's steps aright, LMy Washington. From Mt. Tacoma's lofty height My Washington. To Baker, capped with snow so white, My Washington. Is scenery ever true and grand. Go w e alth and beauty hand in hand Full many a pilgrim fain would Hand In Washington. Dark forests where no bird not bloom My Washington. Nor sunray e'er dispels the gloom, My Washington. There grows the hemlock, spruce md firs Which point us back thru misty years, Ere England's Pilgrims first appears My Washington. No lightning rends the cloudy Fk.v, in Washington. Nor thunder ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 March 1911

FJ7V WEAR, SATISFY, and Insure you against Corset Troubles ROYAL WORCESTER Corsets are the short cut to the fashion able figure of the moment. Our corsetiere will show you. Try a pair to-day and banish all your corset troubles. Gordon Hat Time is Here Your Particular Style is Ready for You Three Dollars Buys a Gordon It's just like handing you $2.00 to sell you this hat for $3.00. No better hat is made, either soft or stiff. Conservative Styles for Older Men Soft or Stiff h;»ts in models that will appeal to men who want more con servative styles. Great $5.00.00 Name Contest Ederheimer, Stein tfeGo,, of Chicago, makers ol the Young- Men's Clothing 1 we sell, want a name or brand for use in advertising 1 them, and announce a great Nam- Contest with an offer of $500.00 in cash for the right one. To be worthy of the it must be the best name in the world. It should he short, catchy and easy to remem ber. It should give the idea of quality, value, style, superiority. It must suggest somet...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 March 1911

PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first publlshe* Aug. 24. 1001 Lynrtcn Sen. first published June 29, 1904 Lynden Sun-Pilot, is tab d Aug. 10, lOOS DAN CLOUD, Publisher Kntersd as second-class mall matter. July 8. 1908. at the post office at Lyn den, Washington, under the Act of March S. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear in Advance sax Months in Advance Canada and Foreign one Year .. .12 00 Advertislna Rates furnlshsd en applica tion. THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO ERANCHFS IN At L THE PRINCIPAL CITIES I shouldn't wonder if Charles B, CUne is absolutely right when he blames the defects of the new town ship bill to Brown and Heft of Jus county, though as yet I have had no chance to know what answer tkOM gentlemen will make to CUne'a char ;; e Mr. Cline says that the two What com members refused to help pass the bill, and that later when a suo .stitute bill was presented worked BW it aud passed it. If Mr....

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 March 1911

"Alias Jimmy Valentine" Novelized by FREDERICK R. TOOMBS From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG Copyright. 1910. by American Press Association [continued.] SYNOPSIS. Warden Handler of Sins Sing prison and Detective George Doyle endeavor to prevail on Bill Avery, a released prisoner, to search out inlormation against a for mer ••pal," a young convict known as Jimmy Valentine. Avery refuses, and Doyle and Handler threaten to attacK Mm. Valentine had a trick of opening safes solely by the sense of touch. Avery goes, lieutenant Governor Fay, his beautiful niece. Roso Dane, and two women workers in a rescue mission visit the prison. Warden Handler hears Rose Lane tell how she was rescued from a thiet on a train, and he Is amazed at a coincidence. Convict Jimmy Valentine. No. 128 U. la brought into the warden's office to open a safe as an object lesson to the visitors, and Rose recognizes him as the man wno saved her from the thief Cotton. Valentine says he can't open the safe, •nraglng Ha...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 March 1911

PAGE 6. STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD Governor Hay announced that he had offered the position of superior court judge of Snohomish County to W. I*. Bell, attorney-general ot the state of Washington It was announced by Governor Hay that 11. W. Huntoon, of Bellingham, would succeed 11. L. Bowiby as state highway commissioner on March 12, when Bowlby's term expires. Mrs. George M. Savage, one of the most prominent equal suffrage work ers in the state, dropped dead oi heart disease at a meeting of the Women's Century Club at Seattle. Oscar Cain. United States district attorney lor the eastern district of Washington, will be removed from of fice by Attorney-General Wickersham, according to a dispatch from Wash ington, D, c. Governor M. E. Hay announced the reappointment of John L. Rlselaod of Bellingham, state Bab commission er to succeed himself. The formal announcement was made following the close of the Legislature. General Wood, chief of staff, noti fied Senator Jones that on account of th...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 March 1911

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W.I. POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchange Builcmno 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 OK DRAYING COAL FOB SALE Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wood for sale. Prompt at tention to all business. Phone R. 3SI DR. C. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden. Washington. Howard C. Thompson Frank W. Bixby BIX BY & THOMPSON. ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. 405-407 Sunset Bldg. Betlingiiam.Wn. B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effective Oct. 1, 1910. BELLINGHAM TO LYNDEN I:> oa. m. Dally «.xcept Sunday. 1:30 p. m. Daily except Sunday. 4.40 p. in. Daily. 8:13 a. m. Siinday only. LYNDEN TO BELLING...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 March 1911

PAGE 8. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS G LEXDALE. .Mr. and Mrs. L. Engel, Mrs. Johnny Dickeraon and Mrs. E. W. Dickeraon autoed to Bellinghaim, Monday. .Mis s Klum and Miss Watrous, teach era of the Woodland school, Visited In Olendale, Saturday and Sunday. E. C. Cameron was a Bellingham visitor, Saturday. On Tuesday of last week, while bias lng stumps "Doc" Palmer had the mis fortune to he struck by a pleoel "f flying timber, which broke his left arm in two places. Mr, Palmer is net ting along as well as could be expect ed. Mr. Hairy Worlow and family, who have been residents of Olendale for some time, are moving hack to Lyn den. Mr. Worlow has been foreman In the Union Mill, Mr. Hen Loring and family, of Lyn den, are moving to Olendale. The declamatory contest and bas ket social given by the Olendale achoo last. Saturday night, was a auccees in every way. The contestants lairprised even their friends by the excellent manner In which their recitations were delivered. Of those from the primary r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 March 1911

Vol. 3 OFFICE-SEEKERS AFTER GOOD JOBS LOWER HOUSE HAS BIG CIVIL LIST WITH SALARIES THAT WILL TEMPT MANY. Wasmngton.—With the rear e> proach of the assi niunug ot t.:e .sixty-second Congress the gatheiing of the officeseekers has g.vtn the ho tel lohhies an appearance ct old times. While the extension of the civil service in late years has greatly reduced tbe number of official posi tions to he distributed among the faithful, the new Democratic House will still have at its disposal 500 or more jobs, many of them oi excellent salary proportions. The two best positions are those of clerk of tbe House and sergeanl-at arnis. They pay $5000 each a year. The doorkeeper's place p: j ys 14(00, and is next best on the list, these be ing big jobs, and a few more of the $3000 and $2500 class are filled by party caucus. There are more good posit ons un der the clerk of the House than in any other branch. The journal clerk draws 14000, the chief clerk $4000, the reading c!erk $3600, the second...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 March 1911

PAOF 2 Rape and Corn For Lambs. Rape nnd corn should be sown in the spring for the ewes and lambs through the hot summer months. They should be changed from one pasture to tnother at least every two weeks and should be turned on the corn or rape once a day after the dew Is off. Corn drilled very thickly is better than rape, especially if the ground is likely to be weedy, as tbe corn will keep down weeds better than rape, but It is well to sow both. PUBLIC SALE! I will sell at my place, 1 1-2 miles west of Clearbrook on Wed., March 29th. commencing at 1 0 o'clock, rain or shine, the following property: 11 Milch Cows, fresh 10 Milch Cows, coming fresh 6 2-year-old Heifers, some will be fresh 7 2-year-old Steers 1 3-year-old registered Durham Bull ' 11 last year's Calves 8 this year's Calves 2 Brood Mares in foal FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS OF SALE All sums of Ten (10) Dollars or under Cash. Six month's caedit at 8 per cent, inter est, on bankable notes. Everything must be settled before ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 March 1911

The Season's Best in Clothing and Fur nishings is Ready for You Quality is our watch word. And on top ~ Gwrrkhi i9ii of that is our ironclad guarantee your money Hou^l<^,o PPC . ahei ™ r back if anything whatever goes wrong. Calf and see our lines. "'Look around" all you please. No urging to purchase. Men's Kupperheimer Suits from $20.00 to $27.50 S. J. Nathan Suits, from $12.50 to $20.00 Ederheimer-Stein Young Men's Suits $12.50 to $20 Ederheimer-Stein X TRAGQQ D Boys' Clohhes, from $4.50 to $7.50 Wall Paper at Half Price Pending the arrival of our Spring Stock we will close out the balance of our present stock at Half Price. ; ; ; Come Early and Get First Choice See us for prices on Stumping Powder, Lime and Sulphur Solution, and Grass Seeds. W. C. T. U. Institute Report. On Wednesday evening March Isth„ was the opening meeting of the In stitute which, was conducted by he W. C. T. r. in this place, The state preaident, Mrs. Marfcare Phut, nd Corresponding Secretary, Mr Margaret...

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. — 23 March 1911

PAGE 4 THE LYNDEN TRIBI'NE Successor to Pacific Pilot, first published Aufl. 24, 1001 Lvndcn Sun, first published June 29. 190* Lvnden Sun.Pilot, cstcibd Aug. 10, 1905 DAN ( LOt'D, Publisher Entered as second-class mall iwatter. July 8. 1908. at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March i. 1879. gUBSCHJPTION rates. (me Year lv Advance MJ HUt Months In Advance .. . ,a Canada and Foreign ono Year .. ..*2 0u Advertising Bates furnlsiied on aOPUea tlon. — THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE G'NtRAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO ERANCHF3 IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES 1 have't really got a thing to Write about this week, but 1 expect I'll wabble about from one subject LO another until I get interested and then you'll have to suffer. Ho you know if we all were gagged until such times as We really had some thing worth saying, most of ns would all get stupendous reputations as great thinkers, i have a notion io leave these three or four eotttmi blank this ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 March 1911

"Alias Jimmy Valentine" Novelized by FREDERICK R. TOOMBS From the Great Play by PAUL ARMSTRONG Copyright. IQIO. by American Press Association A A a a a a a s [CONTINUEn.I SYNOPSIS. Warden Handler of Sing Sing prison ami Detective George Doyle endeavor to prevail on BUI A vary, a released prisoner, to search out Information against a tor mer "pal," a young convict Known as Jimmy V'n lon tine A very refuses, and Doyle and Handler Uneaten to nttacK him. Valentine had a tricK or opening safes solely by Ihe pi use of touch. Avery goes. Lieutenant Governor Fay, his beautiful niece. Rosa Dane, and two women workers in a rescue mission visit the prison. Warden Handler hears Rose Lane tell how she was rescued from a thier on a train, and ha is amased at a coincidence. Convict Jimmy Valentine. No. LUtf, 19 brought into the warden* Office to open a safe as an object lesson to tiie visitors, and Itose recognises, him as the man wtio saved her from the thief Cotton. Valentine says he can't open ...

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. — 23 March 1911

PAGE 6. STATE NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD a war upon low awnings in tne business district of Centralis has re sulted in an order by the council di recting that all awnings be at l«Mt seven feet from the ground. The Huaum Power Company's plant of 200 horse power capacity, which lights the towns of White Salmon, Bingen and Httaum, has been sold to the Pacific Power & Light Company. Following the recent police clean up of Seattle, Centralis is visited by seers, palmists, ehrystal-gazers and clairvoyants, whe are looking out for a roosting place in either Centralia or Chehalis. The tests of the engines of the cruiser Boston, made at the Bremer ton navy yard, have proved that the old war vessel is in good condition although she has been out of commis sion for five years. Terror-stricken Chinese are keeping the authorities of Spokane Informed of tbe movements of six dreaded "hatchet men" in the city, for it is feared that Spokune Chinatown is on the verge of a great tong war. The Qranby company...

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. — 23 March 1911

WHATCOM COUNTY PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR.W I.POWELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ROOM 310 Exchange Building J. P. SCHMITT BAKERY Fresh Dread, Pies ana Cakes always on hand. Lynden, Washington. DR. 1). MULDER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Nose aud Throat. Lynden, Wash. O. G. YOCKtM BYEBIOHT SOCIALIST At tho Palace Hotel regularly every six weeks. Cross eyes Straightened. Permanent office 210-211 Arcade liuilding, Seattle. 10HER E. BAXTER ALL KINDS OF DRAYING COAL Will SALE Express and Team work. Some choic Alder Wooil for sale. Prompt at teiition to all business. Phone K. 3SI DR. 0. H. McLEOD DENTIST Office over Bank Lynden, Washington. Howard C. Thompson BIXBY & THOMPSON. ATTORN B V 3-AT -LA VV. 405-407 Sun-el Bldg. Bellingham,Wn. B. B. & B. C. RAILROAD Effectivs Oct. 1, ttlO. BFI.I.INCIIAM TO LYNDEN ':30 B. in. Dally except Sunday. 1:30 p. m. Daily except Sunday. I, 40 p. 10. Daily. s: i" a. ni. Sunday only. LYNDEN TO BELLINGHAM 8, MJ a. ni. D...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 23 March 1911

PAGE 8. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS PLEASANT CORNERS. I Mr. C. Handy and Mr. Loonard ! Palmaer Bpent monday night at the home of B. C. Crabtree. Mr. W. H. Crabtree moved up an his new farm on the double ditch ruadi week. Mr. and Mi's- B. C. and W. H. Crab tree made an auto trip to Bellingham sunday afternoon returning in the ovenig. Miss Ettie Oniel was entertained at the B. C. Crabtree home sunday. Miss Bessie Crabtree is staying with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith this week. Mr. 11. Lankart went to Belling ham the first of tbe wedc and brough home a fine new automobile he pur chased there. OLENDALE, Mr, and Mrs. Westwood spent Sat urday In Bellingham. Judge Jones has returned and Is In the employ of the. Union Mfg. Co. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dickeraon went to Bellingham Saturday returning In their auto. Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Dickeraon and Daughters, Miss Geor giena andMarioit autoed to BoHinghan and return, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kngel accom panied by their nephews Herman Winters and Fordes Boyeen visited ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 March 1911

Vol. 3 141 ARE KILLED IN NEW YORK BLAZE WORKERS IN SHIRTWAIST FACTORY TRAPPED BY FLAMES ON TOP FLOOR OF BUILDING. New York.—One hundred and forty < Ight persons, nine-tenths of them girls from the East Side, were crushed to death on the pavements, smothered by smoke or burned to a crisp in the worst fire known since the steamer Slocum was burned to the water's edge off North Brother Island in 1904. Nearly all, if not all, of the victims ■were employed by the Triangle Waist Company on the eighth, ninth and tenth floors of a 10-story building ut 23 Washington place, on the western fringe of the downtown wholesale district. Seven hundred hands, 500 of them women, were employed by the shirt waist company. They sat in rows at their whirring machines, the tables before them piled with flimsy cloth, the floor littered with lint, the air itself lull of Hying, inflammable dust. The first rust of flame was almost an explosion, catching operators in their chairs, their lungs seared by inhal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 March 1911

PAGF 2 Western Sheep Experiments. The Wyoming experiment station after repeated trials concludes that corn and the bearded or Scotch bar ley, wbeu fed with alfalfa, are about equal in value for mutton production. Barley in this test proved to be n shade better. Twenty-seven per cent less alfalfa and 28 per cent less grain were required where barley replaced either in a ration. Grade lambs with mutton sires made greater gains, conditions being similar, than did Kambouillet lambs, though a record of food consumption for each class was not kept. The western stock man has a feed in barley that is of great value for meat production, and it may be used to advantage as a crop substitute. SOMETHING GOOD FOR SATURDAY Why does God permit evil, sickness, sorrow aud death when lie could stop it in a moment? Come to Jamieson's ball Saturday, Apr. 1, at 8-- p. m. Hear J. H. Cole of New York, an able exponent of the Bible. Mr. Cole is lecturer for the International Bible Stud ents' association, an...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 30 March 1911

ITEMS ABOUT FOLKS Notes, Personals and Small Items May be Phoned Direct to the Tribune Oince or in evenings to Telephone Numer R52 TRIBUNE EDITORIAL AND BUSINESS OFFICE :: :: PHONE MAIN 59 .Mrs Little |S quite sick again. Blsle Tremaln is on tne sick list this week. The Hixbys were in Lynden Sunday, gUeBtS of Mrs. Hlxby's parents. Mrs. John Thompson returned last week from an extended visit to her noma near Cedro Wooley. Karl and flossy Bixby are visi'ing their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Chaw Jacobs tnis week. it .licit Taylor lias begun loading his ears Wednesday preparatory to leaving for his new home in ihe Alberta Country, There will b.> a Shadow Social Fri day evening at the Odd Fellows' hall UoOd music. To be given by the, Girls Hasket Ball Team of the High School. Rev. Harrison of Nooksack, preach ed in the Lynden Methodeit church Sunday,, Rev. Wlldera and he having traded pulpit* for tbe day, Rev. Harr Igon njade many new friends. Lynden Township meeting will he held next...

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