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The Lake Placid news. (Lake Placid, N.Y.) 1905-current, December 23, 1927, Image 3

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LAKE PLACID NEWS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1927 — PAGE THREE TICONDEROGA PAPER CO. LOSES IN $353,867 SUIT Count of Appeals Grants Big A vard to Montreal Group--Judg mm Filed in Essex Couafv Clert's Office A judgment awarding McDou gall & Cowans, Montreal bankers $353 8(7.22 against the Ticonder cga Pilp and Paper company was j recently filed in the Essex county clerk's office at Elizabethtown. Trat same day there was filed for 'ecord a satisfaction of that judgrifnt, signed by Thomas B. Cott T, attorney for the bankers, The ?a isfaction indicated that the judg.mnt, which was dated Decem- ber 2, was paid the same day it was prepared. Seven years ago litigation in this m itter started in the Super- ior Ooart of Quebec. The facts in th} (ase have just come to light. The litigation, it seems, went throiig^i to the highest court of appeals of Quebec province. There the baikers were successful, and judgment for the full amount of their claim was granted,them with interests and costs to date. The Tieonderoga company took the case to the Privy Council of Englani, which is the highest ap- pellate court of the British Em- pire, Here the judgment in favor of the Montreal bankers was again affirmed. About two years* ago suit on that judgment was begun in the Courts of New York state by Thomas B, Cotter, attorney for the Montreal group. The appellate division ruled for the full amount of the Canadian judgment, On taking the case to the Court of Appeals, the Ticonderoga company lost again. Thus this long-drawn out litigation came to an end. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM AT EPISCOPAL sLNDAl SCHOOL ^rrc r \ r UL / „ Jl L * I ( 1 I \ i. \ f n H f M D i in a ing r K r *r V - i a Pi lb it v j b i i i r 11 l <- x \b<- huj I- -^^ o ar * Placid Town Team Loses to Saranac 20-36 ate < g i { town basketball it eated by the Allied -» f Saranae Lake on *y court in the lat- Wednesday evening. id g >ei 14 30 to 20. I tyed. a hard game, Food to Be Provided for Game Birds Berry-bearing trees and shrubs are to be grown and distributed free by the New York Develop- ment Association, Inc., from its own nursery for planting by sportsmen's clubs and others, to provide food for game birds on all large areas to be reforested in this state, according to an an- nouncement just issued by George A. Lawyer, former Chief U. S. Game Warden, now managing di- rector and second vice-president of the New York Development Asso- ciation, Inc., which has its princi- pal office at Watertown, N. Y. The association's program con- templates the planting of a bil- j lion trees within the next fifteen years and the planting of one hun- dred million trees annually there- after until the four million acres of idle waste lands in the state are reforested, and includes the planting of a liberal supply of berry-bearing trees and shrubs and hardwood trees, such as beech and maple, to furnish summer and winter; food f or the birds. COLOR AND CUSTOMERS American industry is taking ad- vantage of .harmonious hues, and the new colors have livened up life and resulted in the undreamed extension of sales by merchants. The day has possed when you have to go away from home and stay for a week to get away from the sickening odors of oil paints. Now the quick-drying pyroxlin. Jtetigh,, made from a cotton base, enables the housewife to doll up a chair or a vase, or decorate a typewrit er, or a piece of furniture in the parlor, dining room, bedroom 01 kitchen, with the knowledge that it will be dry and ready for use in less than an hour. Elaine Arnold, a Houston, Tex., school girl, has won a musical scholarship and will study for opera with the famed prima donna Mme. Sembrich. It Pictures the North—Lake Placid News — Subscribe today — $2 a year. COMPLETE LINES of School Supplies lojs Candy Smokers' Supplies * * * Ernest Holt Main St. Lake Placid Opposite High School CALL 59-R RALPH A. TAYLOR for Plumbing, Heating, and Electric Wiring Contracting or Repair Work LAKE PLACID NEW YORK New Party Dre&ses FOR THE L. P. OUTING & ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BALL, FRIDAY, DEC. 30TH, 1927, TOWN HALL Newest Models and evening shades have arrived this week in time for the New Year's Ball. Ail specially priced at $19-50 and $25-00 Also Hosiery, Silk Underwear, Gloves and the little accessories you'll need to be properly dressed. F. S. Leonard & Co. LAKE PLACID, N. Y. e c\tr\ thing they had to k*o» home with them, ^araric <= Teamwork stood out all tni uyh + nc +ray. They led at half-time 19 to 7. Kendricks, right-forward for Saranac, in the course of the clash, deliberately pushed Devlin, left-forward for Placid, to the floor. Devlin quickly retaliated with a couple of hefty swings to the face. The referee called a foul on the play and put Kendricks out of the game. Cheverette went in at center for Placid late in the game and put up a great fight. Saranae's lead, however, was too great to be over- come. Miss Marja J. Gomolska, owner of two Polish newspapers, one in Utica and the other in Syracuse. Y., is thought to he the only woman publisher of a foreign lan- guage newspaper in the United States. RAILROAD OFFERS NEW MAP AND GUIDE OF NEW YORK A hand some new \Map and Guide of the City of N«w York/' brought up to date, illustrated and printed in colors, has just been issued for public distribution by the New York Centra] Lines, which offer to send it to applicants without charge upon request. The new Map-Guide gives com- prehensive lists which include: (1) Seventy points of interest. (2) One hundred and fifty hotels (3) One hundred theatres, and (4) The fifty principal steam- ship lines. The key to the large colored map shows plainly the location of all these features, together with the most convenient way to reach them by local transit lines. Illus- trations depict numerous of the principal show features of the Me- tropolis. There is also a general description containing suggestions as to routes of travel and their scenic features. The Map-Guide enables one vis- iting New York, quickly and easily to arrange a program that will cover any or all of the most in- teresting features in the heart of the Greater City. Requests for the Map-Guide may be addressed to the Visitors Bu- reau, New York Central Lines, I Grand Central Terminal, New j York. Miss Mildred Parisette m* T-x:i- and Miss Margaret Bergin of New Jersey are two young Am*-:\»..*-• singers to make their de:^t v, ,:h the Metropolitan Opera G irpur.v of New York this season. Miss Harriet Reed has bee*. - -\- , pointed arbiter of the industrial ' board of Illinois at a salary of • $5,000 a year. j Richard Chiles, an Oklahoma schoolboy, won first prize in the junior livestock judging contest at J the International Livestock Exhi- bition in Chicago. j Real Estate : ADIRONDACK REALTY W. M. MADDEN De Luxe Bldg. Insurance & INSURANCE CO. P. E. BRENNAN Phone 230 REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Noel Feldstein REALTY BLDG. TELEPHONE 478 An Expert Service W E GIVE each patron individual attention and conscientious care m all branches of oar service. AND BEAUTY PARLOR Main St at Saranac Ave. Telephone 37 H. C. BONSIGNORE, Proprietor NOTHING CONVEYS THE XMAS SPIRIT BETTER THAN ONE OF OUR EVERGREEN WREATHS ON EACH WINDOW We also have plenty of Plants and Cut Flowers Owing to die warm weather in the fail our stock is wonderful this Tear Adirondack Gardens FUJI »LDG. TCI.. 66 MARCY HOTEL Special Dinner CHRISTMAS $1.00 Soups Chicken Gumbo A la Creole with Rice Julienne a la Parisian Roasts Choice Maryland Turkey with Stuffing Native Chicken Prime Ribs of Beef Vegetables Early June Peas Creamed Onions Salads Hearts of Lettuce Celery and Olives Desserts Old Fashion English Plam Padding Mince Pie \* ^ Boston Cream Pie Ice Cream Mixed Cracked Nuts Grapes Orange* Bring the family and your guest. It is more economical than eating at home— and lots less work WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS PHONE 9-J I. S. WAYTE you can order your New Ford now In fact you are urged to place your orders immediately as there is bound to tie a big rush in the spring. It will be a case of \First Come First Served.\ Do Not Delay The New Ford is sweeping the country. Production will be behind the demand, Orders placed now will receive priority. Consult with us today. Brennan Brothers Inc. LAKE PLACID, NEW YORK DEPOT STREET TELEPHONE •Mm-

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