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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 December 1912

' PAGE 6. W AN T E, D Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR SALE —4 oz. B. P. Rocks, 1 year old hens and pullets, $10.00 iloz. ('line's. FOR SALE—New, portable Bee house with 3 good swurms, $15. at (Mine's. x'OR SALE -Kitchen and Dining room tables, cupboard, bed spring mattresses, couches, chairs, etc., at bargain. Cliue's. THEY MUST GO! During the month of December I will give 20 per cent off the regular price on any trunk or suit case in my stock. 11. S. Steinhauer. FINE Small Pigs For Sale. A. Matheson, opposite Union Manu facturing Co., Phone 2108. lt-pd. FOR SALE —Thoroughbred Duroc Jersey Boar, 18 months old, also fresh cow. Inquire W. H. Smith Lynden. Phone 1413 dc.-26-tf. LEAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION for magazines at Tromp's Book store. Will duplicate any club rate of fer made by responsible agencies. 12-18-3 L NOW ON HAND: 1913 Diarlees and calendars; also ...

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. — 26 December 1912

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES jL O. O. F. Steinhauer. Secretary. B Nookaeck Valley Encampment. No 56 meet, first and third Wednesday, ,„ odd Veilow,' aTu Uco. Seovll, f. P. U. 8. Steinh.uer TrX S^SS 1 . R<-oecca Lodite. No. as, meets first and third Saturdays m 1. o o. r. Hail «S2 Bailey. N. v. Mr.. W. W. Palmer, Secretary MASONIC. Lynden Lodee. No. 50, meeta second snd fourth Thursdays in Masonic U.ll. oeo. A. Palmer, W. M. l>. W. Bender, Sec y. Lynden Cbspter. No. 12, o. K. S., meets Brat and third Thursdays lv Masonic Ball, Mrs Ueo W. Hall. W. at. oeo. w. Hall, bee y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden Ltslge, No. It* meets every Mondse In K. of P. Hall A. Duuker, aC. U. S. Stein Ueu. r K. of H. 8. Lynden Temple. No. 82, Pythlsn Sisters, meets •ecuud and fourth TTllaaSlllJS iv K. of I. liall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2nd aud 4th Saturdays In Filler's Ball, on Third St. Warren t. liawley. Clerk. B. of A. Y. Meet In Pixley'« Hall every first end third Tuesday of each tuoutU. Cliaa. B. Hample...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 26 December 1912

PAGE 8. NO CASTE AT OXFORD. Duke's Son and Cook's Son Share Alike In Sport*, and Studies. Actually there is no university or col lege in America at which distinctions of birth or wealth count for leas than they do at Oxford. There was once a time when there existed a class of "gen tlemen commoners"—John Kuskln. I believe, was one of them—who enjoyed special privileges and exemptions. But that peculiarity bus long since been swept away. Not only are the re qulrements for graduation identical foi all comers, but the social life wlthli each college of the university Is open on equal terms to every one on the roll. ••Duke's son" and "cook's son" shar alike in sports and studies, and It It personal qualities alone that determine the position un undergraduate bold: among his contemporaries. The late F. W. Walker, for many years so successful as high master ol St. Paul's school, was once Interviewed by the rather snobbish mother of an intended pupil. "Of course," she said, ••you are very p...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 January 1913

fco/. 5 IHE PROBLEM OF GOOD ROADS r operation Only Remedy Foi Present Conditions. MUST USE THE LO6 DRAG. Long and Consistent Work With Thit Simple Instrument Will Work Won dare—Watch tha Crown—Drainage Important In Dirt Roads. Tne good roads problem ewmtel t* so problem at all ir the people aa ■ whole would work together It Is Jus as much to tbe interest ut the city uiai •a tbe farmer. Tnere la do Influence thnt f nioirajW'i community Improvement :m<l rurm de TelopmeDt more tbnn pro*id minis Vm or I would rather tin ni « kajMl ten aattt* over a good road tbnn tive uillt-ti ovei BOAD BEFORE SYSTEMATIC DIIAQOINQ. a bad one. Good roads bring the no»r ket ueurer to tbe farm aud uinke tb» farm more desirable In turn gi»"' roads enlHrge tbe tmde territory o! tbe town. A country borne out trom tbe city five miles over a well kept road is in reality neurer tbnn one sit uated considerably closer which l> reached over a bad road Fifteen prist's ia not a long drive over a finely kept hig...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 January 1913

t PAGE 2. QUALITY and VALUE STYLE AND GENTILITY-- ARE ABLY REFLECTED IN OUR CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNC MEN. our clothes—a necessary one. It is never lowered for the sake of lowering price. The quality stand ard is kept as high as possible-the price standard as low as possible. The clothes you get here not only garb you with distinction, but have durability to back up your investment; GAGE-DODSON CO. Good Clothes Merchant* BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store is the home ef Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. BeUingham, Wash. JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence, Steel Wire Rope, Wire Nails, Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting, Wire Staples, Spikes. Everything in the HARDWARE line. ESTABLISHED 1884 THREE GOOD REASONS Why THIS Bank Should Be YOUR Bank: First: A good, influential banking connection is absolutely essen tial to the proper conduct of any business or enterprise, public...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 January 1913

8M ALLFIELD'S ELECTRIC OPERA HOUSE LYNDEN SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS Saturday and Sunday, January 4 and S ATemporary Truce Prices lO and IS Cents Special Matinee on Saturday. Saturday and Sunday, Jan'y 11-12 Don Juan and Charles V. Three Nights, Jan. 6, 7, and 8, Yin Moore Stock Company. In a repertoire of Tabloid Comedies and Dramas. Prices, 33 and SO Cts. All seats reserved. Tickets on sale at Edsons. Two Nights, Jan. 15 and 16. °** Chas. E. Royal Company O : PEOPLE : 8 18 and 25 cts, any seat January 30 and 31, and Feb'y Ist. LaMott Comedy Company Bran New Show 15 and 25 cts. : Any seat RULE FOR FIRE PREVENTION. (By C. A. Randall, chief deputy fire commissioner of Nebraska): There can be no doubt that in any community a systematic educational campaign, supplemented by intelligent laws properly enforced, will result iv a marked reduction in fire losses, both in property and life To cite a few instances: If city councils and town board* will pass ordinances to provide for a building and c...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 January 1913

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE ■accessor to Pacific. Pilot, first publ'd Aug. 84. ltOl linden Sua, first pnolls'd June 89, 1804 l ynden Bun-Pilot, aetab. Aug. 10. ItOS Published at Lynden. Whatcom Co.. Washington, •very Thursday. X. BOSmaiWSXO. Owner and Publisher OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On* Year in Advance $1.50 Six Months In Advance "6 Canada and Foreign, one Year J.uO Entered aa second-class mall matter. July 8, 1»0S, at the poet office at Lyn den. Washington, under th* Act of March I. ISJ*. Hereafter all resolutions of condo lence, cards of thanks, notices Of en tertainments where an admission is charged and all notices of any kind In tended to promote somebody's business must be paid for at regular advertising rates when printed in the Tribune. When job printing is obtained at this office the Tribune will cheerfully give necessary publicity free of charge. If you eiepeot this paper to help pro mote "enterprises to make money you car. afford to contribut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 January 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Same to you and many of tbem! friends in Everett this week. Mr. H L. Williams bas been suf fenng with an abscess in his head. Miss Plank is spending a few davi visiting in Everett. - Mr James F. Stark is spending a d "- VB a » euest of bis brother near Sumas. The Home Guards and Mother's Jewels will meet at Mrs. Kelsev g this, Thursday evening. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rusco is ill with mea sles. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cline and family will leave next week to locate in Southern Oregon. G. Van Leeuweu of the Roo and Van Leeuwen Lumber Co., is on a business trip to Vancouver, B. C. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Serrurier is recovering from an attack of the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elder are the parents of a fine baby boy, bora Sunday morning, December 29. Word has been received in Lyn den of the birth of v Bon to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy True, of Everett. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Palmer, of Fairview spent last week with rel atives in Vancouver. The little daughter of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 January 1913

PAGE «. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Commuruty. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising FOR SALE —4 oz. B. P. Rocks, 1 year old hens and pullets, $10.00 doz. Cline's. FOR SALE —New, portable Bee house with 3 good swarms. $15. at Cline's. i'OR SALE —Kitchen and Dining room tables, cupboard, bed spring mattresses, couches, chairs, etc., at bargain. Cline's. FOR SALE—Ten-foot dining table, $15. Cline. FOR SALE —A share Farmers Tel ephone stock and phone, $25.00 for quick turn. Cline. FOR BALK —Monarch range, used G weeks; cost $72; $tio, cash or terms. Cline. FOR SALE —100 acres land, 10. 40 and 50 acre tracts; 6 betid of horses; 1 wagon; 1 new surrey; 1 road cart; 4 sets harness. Must sell. See Glen Mulka, Lynden, Wash. ■-***» FOR SALE —a 160-acre dairy farm near Sumas; place will keep 75 to 100 head of stock. Will take a small tract of land as part payment. Apply owner, J, W". Myers, It. I, Sumas, Pho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 January 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES Steinhauer. Secretary. Jl v ' H 8 Nuukaark Valley Encampment. No M •.«.». l«eo Beo.ll, ft p. a. 8 -in JJJ Uanuuuy Keaaeea Lodge, n u as u»u sr., UM third Saturday, la 1* 6. Or bST E^ m*T. n. ft Mrs. Bj, w. Palme*. SmSf* MASONIC. Lyndea Lodge. No. Ac meets second and fourth Lyndeu Chapter, No. 12. 0. E I meet, flm, if S"SI*E Jfas? lU "' «ST 22 ». uau, w. m. irt-o ». avaa. mmt. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Lynden [safl, No UK, meets every Uondav It LyuoVn Temple, No. 02, Pythian |kaa pjeet. eeculid ahd fuurih V\'edueMsy> in K. ut P. Ball MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2nd aud 4th Saturdavi In Pliler't Hail, uo Third Bt, Warreu t. Hswlrj, L'lerL. B. of A. Y. Meet Id Pixley « Hsll every Brst and third Tuenday of each month, (lias. B. Harupiry. Fureiuan. Harriet Heuiuiiugwaj, Correspondent. G. A. R. Lynch Vvmt. No. 42. mt-ftu nwmfl and fnartti Tttrtnd«.v» Id G A. K. H»!l. JuMfpti I'.vm, Vuui iu*iiJfr. A. J. ttuHt-u Adj. 1-ynen. Relief Obtm, HA 20. meeti fTt-ry tl ternutb Snturi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 2 January 1913

PAGE 8. THE NEED FOR GOOD ROADS Poor Highways Draining Coun try's Funds. HOWTO GET MONEY FOR ROADS There Are Four Methods of Getting Work Done, Gift, Direct Taxation, Bonds and Convict Labor —Transpor- tation Loss la Enormous Yearly. Few people know what a modern hlghwny is. Our government has no conception of Its economic value. '£o talk good ronds Is to bore most people. The relation between roads, water ways and railways is not understood, says Samuel Hill ln Good Roads. Article 8 of the constitution of the United States, which provides for the establishment of postofflces and post ronds, Is. so far as It relates to roads, a dead letter. For nearly 100 years no public movement has ever been undertaken for the establishment of highways. Local communities here and there have struggled for better ment of highways and against exist ing political methods which render their construction Impossible. In dollars and cents the loss by bad primary transportation over the so called highways ...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 January 1913

I Vol. 5 BITRUS CROPS ARE MENACED BY COLD California Fruits Are Damaged to the Extent of Millions of Dollars. Loa Angeles.—Freezing weather, •ucb as southern California has not experienced in 20 years swept down ' from Tehacbapi's top on the great orange belt of San Bernardino, Ven tura, Riverside, Los Angeles, Ouuge and Ban Diego counties. Damage estimated at many millions of dollars 1b being wrought to citrus fruits, in spite of the desperate efforts of the growers to check the menace by smudging. At Covina tbe mercury dropped to 22 degrees. For the most part the sudden drop, despite the United States weather bu reau's warning, was totally unexpect ed by tbe people, and not more than a tenth of the growers, it is reported, were prepared. Chicago.—Winter, as the term is un derstood in the Great Lakes region, already more than three months over due, made another and more success ful attempt Sunday to fasten itself upon the middle west. The deudly cold, originating in western Canada,...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 January 1913

PAGE 2. QUALITY and VALUE STYLE AND GENTILITY-- ARE ABLY REFLECTED IN OUR CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. our clothes—a necessary one. It is never lowered for the sake of lowering price. The quality stand ard is kept as high as possible-the price standard as low as possible. The clothes you get here not only garb you with distinction, but have durability to back up your investment; GAGE-DODSON CO. Good Clothet Merchant* BELLINGHAM, WASH. This Store ia the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes MORSE HARDWARE CO, Inc. 1025-1039 Elk St. BeUingham, Wash. JOBBERS and DISTRIBUTORS American Steel & Wire Co. PRODUCTS Including Farm Fence, Steel Wire Rope, Wire Nails, Galvanized and Black Market Wire, Barbed Wire, Poultry Netting, Wire Staples, Spikes. Everything in the HARDW AR E. line. ESTABLISHED IBB* THREE GOOD REASONS Why THIS Bank Should Be YOUR Bank: First: A good, influential banking connection is absolutely essen tial to the proper conduct of any business or enterprise, publi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 January 1913

SM ALLFIELD'S ELECTRIC OPERA HOUSE I* the Electric Has it, It's worth seeing! SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS Saturday and Sunday, Jan'y 11-12 Don Juan and Charles V. Three Nights, Jan. 6, 7, and 8, Yin Moore Stock Company, In a repertoire of Tabloid Comedies and Dramas. Prices, 3S and SO Cts. All seats reserved. Tickets on sale at Edsons. Two Nights, Jan. 15 and 16. Chas. E. Royal Company 9 : PEOPLE : 9 IS and 25 cts, any seat January 30 and 31, and Feb'y Ist. LaMott Comedy Company Bran New Show 15 and 25 cts. If It's at the Electric It's Good! FROM STATE CAPITAL By the Tribune's Special Corre spondent. JOHN WILLIAM PHILLIPS. Grave and mementous events arej casting their shadows before tbem as their silent but insidious ap proach is being "sensed" by the farseeing statesmen of our great state of Washington. Unheralded, but nevertheless, no unknown to our people, the minds of a certain class of politicians are obsessed with ideas, the certain trend of which, will inevitably lead to the SINGLE T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 January 1913

PAGE 4. THE LYNDEN TRIBUNE ■accessor to PaeLfle Pilot, fleet pant's Aug. ■«. I*ol lynden ■as, first pnbUs'd Jane 89, ISO* X.ynaen flun-Klot, estao. Aug-. 10. 1906 Published at Lynden. Whatcom Co.. Washington, •very Thursday. H. BOraasTWUO. Owaer and Publisher OFFICIAL PAPER OF WHATCOM COUNTY SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear in Advance 11.50 Six Months ln Advance.... .76 Uunada and Foreign, one Year 1.00 EntereM as second-class mall matter, July », 190S, at the post office at Lyn den. Washington, under the Act of March ». 1878. Hereafter all resolutions of condo lence, cards of thanks, notices of en tertainments where an admission is charged and all notices of any kind In tended to promote somebody's business mum be paid for at regular advertising rates when printed ln the Tribune. When Job printing is obtained at this office the Tribune will cheerfully give necessary publicity free of charge. If you expect this paper to help pro mote enterprises to make money you can ufTord to contribut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 January 1913

LOCAL and PERSONAL Additional Local New. on P.,. 6 . Stanley storrey i B again at byome. Pratl and •» drove over from Custer Saturday. Owen Hadley returned iv time to spend the holidays in Lynden daMwlthT EMer BpMlt the ho,i -ua>a with her parents in Lynden. Little Irma Rusco is recovering from an attack of ihe measles. Miss Tromp is again on the sica list and unable to leave her home. The Thompsons have moved In to the Baine house. Mrs. C. E. Pangborn spent Christ mas at the home of her son E L Lash, of Delta new r pnrrf°? d i ! aß pur{h «sed a Tine prJctive g a r for ÜBe in his A fine baby boy came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E Haw ley. Sunday. Mr. Walter Fisher has returned to the I . of VV. after spending the holidays with his parents A baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vander Hock, last Thursday. Mrs. Lew Reid will entertain the members of the Newly-wed Club at her home tomorrow afternoon. The Misses Pratt, of Custer spent New Years day M Lynden with the Cline ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 January 1913

• PAGE 6. WANTED Notices of For Sale and of the Wants of the Community. Bar gains in Everything From Tin Pans to High-Class Dairy Ranches A Continued Story About Advertising TO SKLL OH TKADE —For Lyn den or BeUingham property, two farms; one of 42 acres; one of 46 acres. Well improved, most ly cleared. River bottom, with in one mile of Everson. A good trade if made soon. A. Strandell Phone X4ll, Lynden. jn9-tf. DAY OLD CHICKS—I wish to re mind those who want day old chicks, to place your order at once, since I have already re ceived orders for more than half the amount I will be able to hatch All pure bred White Leghorn stock. Also orders for eggs will be booked now. Special prices on thousand lots. No business done on Sunday. Lynden Poul try Yards, H. Oordt, Prop. jn9-2t FOR SALE —100 acres land, 10. 40 and 50 acre tracts; 5 head of horses; 1 wagon; 1 new surrey; 1 road cart; 4 sets harness. Must sell. See Glen Mulka, Lynden, Wash. 2-2-2t ALL DURING January we will close out broken...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 January 1913

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES I. O. O. F. LjndiE Lodfe, Ho. 71, mwu eierr S.mr*.. i. Odd KUIW H.U. C X "ay X « VL. Steinhauer, Secretary. 7> * B 8 NookHck Valley Encampment. No. S* awtt oeo. sewn, <_ .r. H. b. Steinhauer. Scribe. Harmony Eebecea Lodge, No. 35 mi. »_,, Bailey. N. U. Mr.. W. V. Palmer, Secretary MASONIC. Lyndea l-od»e. No. M. meele eecond tad fourth Tburedaye la Uu<«»- Hall. Geo a. rS-T» at. D. W. Bender. B«t' r . runner, v. Lynden Chapter, No. 12, O. E. 8 , aieeta Brat and third Thutudaye Id Maaoulc Hail. Urn UeT W. Hall. W. U. Geo. W. Hall, Sec ! y. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, Lyadea Lod«e. No. 137. meet, c.cry Monday ln £ot 6 H i"» I,unk "- a a H - B - Saaj uauer, K. of it. H. Lyadea Temple, No. 82, Pythias Slaters meet, second and fourth Wedueadaya In K. of P. Hall. MODERN WOODMEN. Meet every 2nd and *tb Saturdava la Pliley'a Ball, on Third St. Warren c B—la|. Clerk. B. of A. Y. Meet la Pliley'a Hall every Brut and third Tueeday of each month. Cbae. B. Narnpiey. Fureiuaa. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 9 January 1913

' PAGE 8. | F. J. SHEPARD Finley J. Shepard, the St. Louis railroad man engaged to marry Mias Helen Gould. Brief News of the week Chicago will spend $65,000,000 in 1913. Bradstreet's report 253 business failures the past week, as compared with 322 in the previous week. During the week legislatures will convene in numerous states and many new governors and other officials will be sworn into office. The first annual convention of the Women's National democratic league assembled Tuesday in Washington for a three days' session. Italy has followed the lead of Egyp tian railways, and has placed an order for 200,000 tons of coal in America, while she has also invited tenders for a large quantity from the Yorkshire mines. News comes from San Francisco that the California-Atlantic Steamship company has failed, with liabilities of $300,000. A merciless rate war, when freight rates were cut to $3 a ton, is given as the cause of tbe failure. Postmasters in the second, third and fourth-class off...

Publication Title: Lynden Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lynden tribune. — 16 January 1913

Vol. 5 MEWS FROM OUR NATIONAL CAPITAL Says Control of I Money in Bad Hands Migr: Cause Trouble. I Washington.— That the present con centration of money and credit "has ■one far enough," that "in bad hands" ||t would have a bad effect upon the pation. that the safety of the situation •lies in the personnel of the men in ••ontrol and that present conditions pre "not entirely comfortable for the pountry" were a few ot the statements | Py George F. Baker, master of finance, •a the climax of an examination be pare the house money trust committee Mr. Baker reviewed in detail tht •peratlons of himself, hiß haul;, the First National Bank of New York and ■L P. Morgan & Co., in th° issuance o: ponds. X "In Wall street," said Baker. "Mor (an Is recognized as the great general mt the financial army." He admit tec 1 Skat he and James Stlilman w ere Mor pan's chief lieutenants, sayin|: I "Morgan could be the dominant fi nancial power of the world If he were pounger." Concluding his testimj:iy...

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