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Grand Forks herald. [volume] (Grand Forks, N.D.) 1916-1955, April 03, 1922, Image 10

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Progressing
That Grand Forks people are not
0eaf to rthe appeal*: from the desti
tute orphans of tjie. Near E{ust la evi
denced by slow but gradual adoption
by loqai peotfte and organisations of
these ne«dx waifs. However, many
more don&tl)H will have to be forth?
comliit braw sufficient money has
been provided to. maintain life in all
pf thi3LcUyx quota of 58 youngsters.
j. WonHBSPolligehtly to raise money
tore^flfcae starving children
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'Mrs.
St. fvBridgeman, chairman of the lo
cal committee. F. L. Goodman is
treasurer J. F. Bacon, publicity man.
\h£ other members are T. B. El
toVu'1Sey. E. O. Armbruster, Rev.
Idmjjiice Robertson and Ell L'Esper
anc6..
.Members of a sub-committee, who
ar&'assisUng in conducting the drive,
^,'Vm E. -J. Severson, Mrs. A. F.
Clifford, Mrs. W. S. McKinsey, Mrs.
A. Mclntyre, Miaa Marguerite
FfraC 'Mrs. M. W. Murray. Mrs. J. E.
Uie and Mrs. Eli L'Esperance.
iVe dollars per month will pay for
'adoption" of one child, which
the providing of two meals a
difr through the 'Near East orphan
ages in the striken countries of Eur
ope. A number of organizations are
liiny asked to donate $60 with which
toc^naintain the life of one orphan
job' a year. Several have already
pledged the required amount, and
pthers Intend to at their next meet
ings, it was said.
MANX ENTRIES.
Pinehurst, N. C.. April 3.—A strong
field of 200 entries .started today in
the first 18 hole flight of the qualify-
round of the North and South
AmateuH Golf championship. Sixteen
NEW THINGS
a
Men and Boys
Will Wear This Spring
New Shoes
All the best ideas. You may have unusual feet it's a
usual thing that we've got shties for! them. And shoes or
oxfords that have style, quality and value you'll find excep
tionally good shoes or oxfords here at
Florsheim Shoes or Oxfords, new
1 ones, plain or brogue
Spring Shirts
Here's a low price for high quality
shirts imported and domestic madras,
Russian cord and Londontown shirts.
•Bi£ values at
$1.50
at
Tan pongee-silk shirts with plain band
button-down collars.
$5.00
expected to qualify Wed­
nesday in the championship division
for-match play.
W. C. Fewnes, of Oakmont, former
national amateur champion, and cap
tain of the 1921 American internation
al team, is' a favorite for contender
against B. P. Merriman. present hold
er of the north and south title.
Confer Here On
Educational Matters
Peter Anderson, superintendent of
the Lakota city schools is in Grand
Forks today conferring with Dean
Joseph Kennedy of the college of ed
ucation at the state university, and
with Miss Beatrice Johnstone, county
superintendent, in connection with
the meeting of the northeastern
teachers' association which is to be
held here next month.
Miss Anna Nestos, superintendent
of Traill county, also conferred with
Miss Johnstone today in regard to a
play-day program for Traill county.
Mias Nestos expects -to inaugurate
play-day'in that county this year, and
will hold the event in conjunction
with the state normal at Mayville. She
left for Mayville. this afternoon.
POTATO MEETING
AT NORTHWOODI
D. B. Morris, county agent and
Norbert D. Gorman of the Agricul
tural college at Fargo will go to
Northwood Tuesday, to conduct a po
tato meeting.
Mr. Gorman,' who, served as chair
man of a committee for the Investi
gation of complaints against potato
shipping agencies, will give .* report
on that investigation, and other topics
to be covered at the meeting will be
the grading, marketing and ware
housing of potatoes.
N E W A S
Sand'tan Stetsons
Stetson hats 'are always stylish
added to tha^you get Stetson quality
and our guarantee of satisfaction. Get
your Sapd-Tan Stetson today. They're
tan hats with darker tan bands.
$7.00
The Ruettell Feature hats are better
than ever Matchless Hats at
$4 and $5
Spnng caps rich, -soft woolens new patterns and shapes
$2 up
Shirt Special
$2.50
Coogan
Be sore to get some of these fiber striped madras
shirts in neat, effects and solid color poplins.
.'Way under priced
nil
Suits for graduatioa
for confirmation for
Easter every boy wants
a new suit. Jackie Coo
gan norfolks are made in
all sizes new tan and
grays. They're stylish
norfolks with extra knick
ers at
$10.00, $12.00
and $15^0$,
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City Prtipetfii
Begun
waist'
Today
The annual, assessing,of property in
Grand Forks was begun' this morn
ing by City. Assessor Robert Green"
and his assistant*. Due to the fact
that thla is the year of. the biennial
primary election, .the .assessors, under
the law must list the voters as to
nrlm-rv
primary preference
It property owners will give the
value of their property honestly ahd
quickly, the work of assessing will be
greatly facilitated, city officials point
out, and through this, much trouble
will be averted later on. By giving
a correct valuation, the" will find
that it is not necessary to go before
the board of equalisation to have
their assessments changed, for their
will be no chance of error.
Officials also call attention to the
party registration feature, of the
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yUKKSsHERALfi^'iiONDAY, APRIL 3
^rk.##injNbt(nH fltj) flit Mia
that iT^tnej"* register atr^epWftwlUis
for the primary election, it.ls
4iec*s-|
sary for tl*em tb vote' the Republl
ton ticket, at -the .'general ejection.
Thlp is not true, however, the reg
istration simply is made' to cover the
primaries.
R. O. T. O. HONORED.
Elated Among Beat in Ctountry ^Fed
eral Inspection May I,
Word was received here Saturday f®"?®
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Commissi
Meet_Tuesday
v-A quarterly meeting of the board
of 'county commissioners will be held
at the court house on Tuesday,' County
AfidUor' Hans Anderson said 'this
'morning.
by President Thomas F. Kane of the, J8 ."ndoratood that contracts for
University of/NorthDakota froiri.,the ^e
In addition to the routine work' to
be'or®
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•ajfii-
board at this time
c?^n^ 6rl',y?5'
U. S. war department,, that the R. .?. §9"* action probably wjll be
T.* C, unit Ot the univpreity/h^^iei^^ taken., also, toward the starting of
rated amon# the
AAtinipv.-'
united* the
country.
This announcement, was made fol
lowing'an inspection. by 'federal '.offi
cers, and the Institutions honored aTe
limited to, 20 per cent of those having
R. O. T. C. From among the aChootrf
given this honor will be picked the
most efficient Units-'for distinguished
rating. Inspection of the local unit
will be held May 9.
taken also, toward the 'starting of
road wgrji in the counQr.
CAHILLWILLSTART W
NEWSPAPER ATLEITH
Man dan, if. D., April 8.—J. I. Ca
hlll, deposed member of the state
board of administration, who is claim
ed by, Governor Nestos to be out. of
a Job, because* he'never filed an offi­
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ner
T'S Come to stay a combination
that well'dressed men need A
and waist cokt
golf, hiking, out'
doors, around home and regular
trousers
in
one
We'll sliow you all of the
new spring Hart Schaffner &
'11 like them
rft
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fs.
&
cial bond and, oath will break into
the newspaper biislness. according to
the Canon Press, Independent.
In the current, iiss«|e announces that
Cahill ha* had the printing plant of
the defunct Grant County Leader,
league sheet, moved to iLeith, where
he 'will' attempt t?o 'revive the weekly.
FIRE SATURDAY
NIGHT AT HOME
OF W. J. HORNER
\5Phe
('fire
today.
1
department was called to
the home of W J. Horn«|t 111# Bel
tnopt avenue about ,8:10 Saturday
nlght.' to extinguish a Are that start
ed in the basempnt. The blase start
ed from the furnace,
Mr.
WM
-ruuiMr. KDlTlOfi-
Urges War On C"W»
gThe^e
Horner said
The flames got in betw.een the walls,
but the Tire department arrived in
time, to check the blaze before It
gained mtpc|i headway.' The chief
damage to the upper-rooms was from
smoke, it was said.
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»,«« issued an appeal to ,,
extermination Yhtfr uru
^hioh he ^^..W
youngbirda a.* doing as much as U»e
sons
w«d^ wits local gun
clJbs to set aside funds to. pay boun
ties
for
crow or magp^j heads.
y.ASTER BALIi PIAyNHilU.
•Red Lake Falls, Minn., April 3.—,
The annWl Easter ball will b«
he«1hte year under the auspices of
nitnder Austad post of the American
according to plans made by
the entertainment committee of the
nost The Red Lake,Falls orthostr*
will furnish music forthe eventwlilch
is scheduled for Monday, April 17.
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