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Ifljr hi PAGR SIXTEEN COtJMTAX SALETUESDAY ». JV Big List of Property Repre sented This Year, County v, Auditor States. ft The annual county tax sale will take place in the office of County Auditor Hans Anderson Tuesday, beginning at 10 o'clock in the morning. '.There is a larger list of property represented in the tax sale this year than usual, it was sakl at Mr. Ander son's office this morning, the farm lands listed being approximately three times the number ot those, represent ed at recent county tax sales. The list of city taxes remains about the same as that of former years, it was said. Due to the fact that money invested in this brings a good pate of intprest. bidding on thf taxes is usually brisk, and it is expectpj that the sale to morrow will draw a large number of prospective investors. Money invest ed in this manner may bring as high as 12 per cent interest., which is the maximum amount paid by the county. and to this is ad(W the minimum-of E per cent, bringing thp interest in some cases as high as 17 per cent. Bidding on the taxes will be opened promptly at 10 o'clock, Mr. Anderson states. WANDERER DIES~ OF WHITE PLAGUE IN LOCAL HOSPITAL '^•rviTfj'^ivyv Itfv age. &ince then he has ahtfted for himself and has lost all track 6f. any relatives that may be living. Much of his time, he said, hod been spent in Chicago. In November the patient's other lung became diseased, and for the past week death was imminent. Al though Collins was notified to this ef fect he said there was no one whom he cared to have notified. COMMANDERY TO HOLD ANNUAL MEET TONIGHT meetings at the Masonic Teifaple this week, the second of which will be held tomorrow night, when Kem Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S., will meet and elect officers. CONFERENCE TO CONSIDER PLAN Collins came to Grand Forks In'Monday afternoon at o'clock in September from near Inkster. where Merrifleld hall. The change in the he had been working on a farm. He iid farm work near this city for a short time and later appealed to the Salvation Army, claiming to be in ill health. Odd jobs were given to him for a while and then Captain Sym monds of the local corps took the transient before the county physician. The county physician discovered the patient to have liquid on one lung, and turned him over to the overseer of the poor, with the recommenda tion thr«t he be placed in a hospital for treatment, which was done. After being placed in the hospital Collins was found by the county physi cian to be suffering from tuberculosis of one lung.' Mrs. E. M. Pierce over seer of the poor, made repeated visits to the patient to learn, if possiblb, of any relatives or friends, who might toe Interested, but with no success. Collins said he was living In Penn sylvania when his mother died. He was but three yeais of age at that time, and was cared for by his undo from then until he wits 14 years of time has been made because of the special matter to be taken up at the meeting. FREE! FREE! FREE! Copies of the latest sheet music given away absolutely free of charge. The first two hundred ladies entering THE NEW GRAND THEATRE On Tuesday and Thursday evenings of this week will be presented with a copy of Jerome H. Remick's latest music free of charge. A Dependable Watch For Your Son Nothing portrays a more thoughtful selection for son than a dependable Watch this Christmas. In after years this gift will carry with it most pleasant memories. At "ARHART'S" a suitable watch can be selected that will give excellent service, at a very reasonable price. The display covers Watches of solid gold, yellow, green and white filled cases, also in plain and fancy designs.. These are of thin model and standard sizes and makes. IIAirnT/ CARTHY MOVING A dependable watch may be purchased at Arhart's as low Others for Less A Wrist Watch for the young lady, a happy surprise for ^.Christma* morn. They are almost a necessity, therefore most acceptable giftsV £n addition they are articles of beauty. The range of prices are as varied as the designs. We have them in plain and fancy- shapes and in white, green and yellow gold. jewelers awd opticians \"A Safottfaoe To Bny Jewelry" 15 K. Sid Street your CO. O'Hara and Wenzel Try to Get Bonds—Third Man '':-W at Large. St. Aldemar Commandery, Knights ernoon after the Walsh county sheriff Templar, will hold its annual meeting had found two five-gallon cans of II tonight, at wjilch time officers for the it liquor in their car, still are in ensuing year-will be elected, reports of custody in that city, according to word present officers will be presented and received here today. They have writ other important matters/attended to. ten Grand Forks friends, it was said. Revised Constitution For Publications Control Up Tonight. A meoUns ot lnBP-t this evening in the auditorium of Without a home, relatives or friends Woodworth hall. A revised plan for who nrisht be interested in whether the authorization of a board of con he lived or died. Ed. Collins, aged 37. trol of student publications at the in died from tuberculosis late Saturday I stitution is to be considered. night at a local, hospital, where he This meeting is being held in place was placed on October 2 7 by the over- of the regular meeting of the men's Beer of the poor. I conference which takes place even' Jim O'Hara«nd Harry Wensel. who wdre arrested at Grafton Saturday aft- This Is the first of a series of annual to secure bail, but so far without sue-, cess. Authorities at Grafton' said, today that they are confident tlM names given by the men are assumed. A third man, believed by the au thorities to be a well known. East Grand Forks man who has figured in several bootlegging cases, is said''to have made his escape with the Cadil lac car in'which O'Hara'and Weniel were sitting when they were arrested. The car, it is s&d. was parked on one of th£ streets of Grafton. The heriff, becoming suspicious of the two men sitting in iC\ conducted an inves tigation and discovered the illicit liquor. He immediately took the men to the county jail, but while he was doing this .a third man made away with the car. He is said to have left papers or other evidence indicating that he was a resident of Grand Forks. FORMER LOCAL B0YH0N0RED Edgar Kaw Picked by Wal ter Eckersall on Ail-Amer ican Football Team. Nothing regarding the nature of the revised plan is known, it is said, It comes from the student affairs com- „, mittee after consideration of the plan kdgar Kaw, a former Grand Forks formerly acted upon by the conference ~.oy, a?_, en ^f,noT?, and also the women's senate. Walter Eckersall All-American foot ball team. He is tlit son of Mr. and ff\ rrF»r«iie I? Alio F°rks- They resided here three years 10 rLKuUU) AI.I..N and at that time Edgar attended the Belmont school. Little did his play mates realize as he kicked the pig Frank McCarthy, formerly of ®km,around, that one day he would Grand Forks, but more recently of bf lisLed Kargo, is here packing his household pl&yers of the country. effects preparatory to moving to Fer- 1 gus Falls, Minn., where the MoCarthy Kaw and family moved to Texas and Brothers' will open the Orpheum later moved to New York, where Mr. theater. Kaw at present is traveling for a New Mr. j: t'.'arthy during his residence York firm. here had charge of the interests of. Edgar Kaw played on the undefeat the McCarthy Brothers in the man- ed Cornell eleven as halfback, and is agement of the Metropolitan and given this position on Eckersall's1 Orpheum theaters. mythical eleven, this warrior in a.' P*®00 on Mrs. B. E. Kaw. of New York and |who ten years a*° lived in •'Grand among the eleven greatest From Grand Forks Mr. and Mrs. game was a revelation to football men in the east. The struggle was dccided on a muddy gridiron but the Ithaca back ran with the speed and elusiveness of a performer on a fast field, according to Eckersall. He was the individual point scorer in the east and one of the most consistent play ers on his record scoring team throughout the season. Dinner Friday For Directors Commercial club directors, meeting at noon today, decided to give a din ner on Friday evening, December 1#, for the county school directors who will be here for their annual meeting on December 16-and 17. A committee was appointed to con sider the question of a tourist camp anf} to take the matter up with the park board. The University of North Dakota par it, being on the Koosevelt highway, has been suggested as the most logical point in the city for the camp grounds. For the benefit of tourists, 600 state road maps have been ordered, and with them a number of trip maps. These are for spring delivery- The maps will give complete information concerning the roads in the state, and are designed to be of special service to the motor tourist. tfirim&wick December Brunswick Dance Records You can get them here! JUST HEAR No. 5M7-S1.M MI Wonder If You Still Cm For Me (Snyder) Fox Trot "Jane Moon" (Migiae-Stnifht V' Lyou) Fox Trot Uum Jones' Orchestra and No. »44-85c "OneKiaa" (Burtnett-Arnhetm) Fox Trot. Win Find A Way" from "Shuffle Along" FoxTrot Selrln'a Orchestra Any Phonograph CwWwJBnwiwWiUwrtM R. B. GRIFFITH CO OUAUTY SERVICE pi mm Mtt MAdQWn Red River Power Co to Meet Beta Zeta and Co, .M to Clash With $su^kers. The city league basketball tossers will play the second game of the soar son Wednesday night when the .Red River Power company quint will tangle with the Beta Zeta crew. Fol lowing this game Company and the bankers will take, the. floor. The games will he played at the T. M. C. A., There are now four teams entered in the league with prospects, oftwo more teams being added. The tjqj's have been working hard ., and. sonje crack playing is expected this.season,, The teams are-represented, .by the. crearir of-the city and competition. should -be very-keen Dan Leak .is leading the bankers, Kerineth Wells is captain and manager of the Beta. Zeta, Umbehaugher for the'' Red Riv er Power company and Ed. \Iverpon leads Company M. i_ An invitation to play the Thief River 'Fallg Legion quintet has been received by Clarence E. Zlnk, man ager'of the city 1ea«ue, and plans- are now under way to send-a team -up there "in the near future. W. P. Davies to B^Honored By Commercial Club Open Forum Follows: A "Commercial club ^membership dinner will be given Thursday evening in honor of W. P. Davies, editor ol The Herald. Mr. Davies this month is? completing his twenty-fifth, year in tht newspaper field In, Grand Forks. F. L. Goo'dnutn, president of the Northwestern Trust .'company, will preside at the dinner, and addresses will be given by Tracy R.'Bangs and Dean Vernon P. Squires of the college of liberal arts of the University of North Dakota, according to an an nouncement made today by T. B. El ton, chairman of the house commit tee. Following Mr. Davies' address, there will be an open forum session, at which the members of the club will vote on the question of changing the .name of the organization to. the Grand. Forks Chamber of Commerce. a Offensive play of the Pennsylvania The first issue for 1921 of "The Midget,'' the publication put out |t intervals during the school year by the students of the state university high school, will come from the press this week according to Richard Paull, editor. This publication has .been maintain ed by the school for some time, but was not issued last year. Shortly aft er the opening oi school this year, however., a meeUng of the senior class was held and selection' of a staff for handling the. paper was made It is planned to have this issue come press, by Wednesday from the Thursday. "The Midget" is entirely a produc tion of the high 'school. The material used in its pages is written by the stu dents it is composed by members of the course in printing under the in struction of Roger W. Johnson, and it is printed in the department of man ual arts by students in the same course. It is not planned to issue The Mid get" more often than once a month. COMMITTEE ASKS CO-OPERATION IN SUPPLYING DINNERS Miss Susan Maloney, chairman of a committee appointed by the Public Welfare association to arrange for Christmas dinners for unfortunate families, is asking that those who wish to issigt in providing these din ners communicate promptly with Mrs. E. M. Pierce, social service commis sioner. In order to effectively carry out the various Christmas activities of this nature, the work Is being centralized at the office of the social sei-vice com missioner. There complete, ijsts ot the leap fortunate families are on file and thofte- who winh to provide 'one or.' more dinners, or funt's with which Traterial?' for the dinners may be purchased, should get In. touch with the social service commissioner. The committee in charge of the dinners has asked the co-operation of churches, organisations, etc., in pro viding the dinners. The names of some families have been secured al ready. and some contributions for the fund have geen received. Miss Ma' loney said this, morning. It is the plan of the committee to carry good checr by wajr of well filled Christmas dinner ikets into every home which will not otherwise be rev mcmbered, and it is desirable that thfe committee know as early as possible Just how many people will undertake to-supply a'family dinner, or funds'. The committee will purchase materiala for dinners'for they families, who are, not taken* by individuals or. organisa tions. It ORKS HERALD,' MONDAY. DECEMBER 12. «$!, St v.--. ISSUED SOON University High School Pa per to Come From Press This Week. is not necesaary to cook the dinners—the Ingredients, ready to cook, are all that have been asked. Members of the committee handling the dinner project include, with Miss Maloney, Mrs. M. G. Olson, Mrs. Guy L. Ire,land, }. R. Pou'pore end lr. A., A. Westeen. SPECIAL REHEARSAL 73 ,T0 BE HELD ON U- TUESDAY EVENING A' Jplnt reheanal/pf th« TTntveraMa Oratorio society and tlie Unlversitj Philharmonic orchestra in -prepara tion for the presentation bf Handel'i' "Messiah" next Sunday In tlia city1 ounces. -A 5j/ In 1 Hirrb". 1 promieuftA WW- be heW 'itofa.:iuMlMW amJory bulldinfft .OEwicwwy even big. On this acoount jno regular reh mo of t)ie Phiniarm ?,*** Fortieth ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL, Tuesday Only VACUUM SWEEPERS, 3 bellows action, high grade brush, tires and case, fully guaranteed. Very special for Qg Tuesday 9 9 CONGOLEUM RUGS in size 6x9 feet in both wood and rug pat terns. Best grade guaranteed. Very special O OQ for Tuesday....... WATER SpTS of best grade glass in clear, sharp star cut design. One pitcher and C* O ix as 9 3 FOURTH FLOOR -'i'. MEN TAKE UP Evening Course in Scout Leadership Starts at Com mercial Club Tonight. The course of" instruction for men wro are Interested in Boy ScouUng and wish to fit themselves for lead ership as scoutmasters, has been pre pared by J. Noble White local Scout executive. The course will last eight weeks, with one class per week, the first class being held this evening in the4: Commercial club rooms, where sessions will be held every Monday night The class will begin at 7 o'clock. All those interested in scout ing are extended an Invitation to join A%* fcwwifl O E N IN E These rugs came to us direct from the Indian Reser vation Tradirtg Post and are some of the best examples of Navajo Rug weaving that have ever been exhibited in this part of the country. Clean new rugs with almost unlimited years of wear and beauty in their make-up. Xhfe time is not far distant when the weaving of Indian Rugs will be a lost art. No two rugs are alike, each one showing the instinct, for color of the weaver. Put one of thes.e beautiful rugs in your home and note the individuality it will give your living or bed room. These are on exhibition in one of our windows and in our rug department on the Fourth floor. '. COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS. 0^ SEND YOUR MAIL ORDERS TO US—A TRAINED SHOPPER FILLS .YOUR ORDERS. .. •.. the class, .which will be conducted by Mr. White. The work will cover the same ground that the boy is given who goes through the tenderfoot stage and up through the first class raUng. Kv* ery man will be judged in the same manner, as the boys when they1 com plete their training. yThus far about 25 of the local bus iness men have signed up for the school and more are expected to take advantage of the opportunity and get better acquainted with wh'at "scout ing" really consists of. The "Hand book for Boy Scouts" will be used as a. textbook.' Porto Kif»n AI "S- j. v. ., ,'.yv SPECIAL EXHIBITION TfAnnie A PAIR OF SLIPPERS Carries a Remembrance of the EVENING KIIITIUN When In Doubt—Give HANDKERCHIEF'S And what a wonderful assortment we have to choose from— By far the largest and finest we have eyer shown," and the prices are much lower than last season. From the plain hemstitched to the. beautiful Madeira Hand embroidered handkerchiefs the as sortment Is complete. The two tone em broidered and colored border effects be ing particularly attractive. LITERALLY THOUSANDS TO CHOOSE FROM 25c to $1.75 HANDKERCHIEF BOOTH AISLE TWO—MAIN FLOOR Now "a Closed Book" Washington, Dec. 10.—Porto Ricana opposed to the administration of Governor E. Mont Reily have dccided not to file formal charges against the governor, and. the matter of disaffec tion in the Island Is a closed book so far as the war department Is. .con cerned, Secretary Weeks said today. Giver All THE DANIEL GREEN MAKE For the whole family Felt Comfys, Satin Cbmfys Hylo Slippers, Puss, in Boots Satin DeOrsey Slippers, Cavalier Boots fur trimmed, satin doirs, kid boudoirs, Felt EVef^tt'sl i? fdr men. la [Collections EVERYWHERE Lowest Ratesl You always know where to find us. PHONE Ml—W2 Credit Bureau N. W. Xat'l Bank Bldg. Through the Yeatt, AT LOW PRICES bou--5 It Ifs Slippers You ^iH«?irid Them Here Priced 4 OT Wk wk A S'!/: 4. 1, .v 4 tK y.u.