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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1HIS Ui't'l'lHWIHiK IJAII.Y I'AllK IvLKVKN Bread Is the cheapest food known. Home brand baking reduces the high cost of living by lessen' Ing the amount-of expen- sive meats required to supply the necessary nourishment to the body. RirUSt E.W.6ILLETT COMPANY LIMITED Winnipeg, DM. ot the most Important cases that lias ever been launched in the.Manitoba law of king s bench will come before 'Mr. Justice .McDonald, in. the court Wednesday when a motion i'n connection with it will be made. The'action involves Iho Brand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, the Urand Trunk Pacific Development company, the Transcontinental Towireite com- pany the purchase of townsttes and uers m risht'of-way for G.T.P. branch lines 1918. t hrougliout Saskatchewan and Alberta, "plumb IE Iho a} (lie securing of u section of land from Marnoch expressed it in coin- Ihe Dominion government, and a claim menting on the situation wheelman for S761174.U2 on one side and lhe'clal matters affecting tliu'boaru wcrr mtm nl S3 025 000 on the oilier, by way introduced at the luncheon today. 1h of counter-claim. the' vea The gigantic claim ot the plaintiff is made up of alleged overdue pay- its and alleged damages for alleged Members Exercised Over Lack of Clean Up the Deficit Thft Hoard of Trade had 137 .mein bers In 1915. It has 117 members 11 MILADI as PHONE Miss Dorothy Staoey left yesterday o visit relatives In Winnipeg. Gymnanlli'. and swimming classes in connection with tho Civic'.Club will be held tomorrow at 4.15 and 7.IIH. Members of th.o .Kiisteru Star arc tomorrow afternoon-... Mr. C. P. bund of Spokane, left last night after a few days' visit at the home pt Ills, brother, .Mr. Peter. Lund. Tea will be served, at the. Chinook Club tomorrow afternoon trom :1.30 to 6 o'clock by ladies ot the Red.Cross headquarters. Yesterday another batch of some 90 pairs of well-knitted socks was sent to the otfico of the I. O. 15. This makes a total of BIIIIK- 320 pairs' which hiivo IJPOU scnl iiv by Westminster ucliuul. This splendid showing Is largely duo to the hearty co-operation of the entire staff under society. up- wards ami even soinci younger, at their ItnittlilK every week. Quite a mimbor of boys who are too young to join the cadets also try to do their bit in this way. The school is out to beat their own record: friendly com- petition challenged. This school also lias the local distinction of having the I banner for the highest percentage Yesjerday the members oC tlu, I.O. "lasn esr D B in charge of the Hudson's Bay tea 'room were Mrs. F. W. and Miss Athlon. Downer. for ten months out o'l the last Iwelvu. board threatens to finish the yea' Is about behind. The secretary receiving a very small salary. Ihe president, who is giving most of hi meiitu and alleged damages for aiiegou president, who is giving muoi. vi non-fulfillment- or contract. The more to the affairs of the organiza ontr.rpd bv the -inn ,'ofpivpc no salary. rjVen ,ion, receives no salary. Even few travelling expenses are not paid. Mr. Marnoch said lie would not in any ovent consider the matter of a-sal- ary, but he believed it beneath the son lots in HIJUUL -u r--- i dignity of tire position to be forever G T P and the defendant company to begging for money. A few dollars lo select''.the: towns, '.survey and execute j Ule D gigantic :counter-claim entered by the I'efondanl company is. madn ap of :il- Iwed. damages ,to carry out a contract. The two companies intu an Ihe plaintiff company to sell 'lots in about. 20 townsites on Ihe success crowned tin- ball which Tuesday evening concluded tho an- he local _ tertuliied at three events durum Montreal-Toronto Globe. I ].etiriug Mr. McKillop, wno was wearing the handsome jewel i presented him by the nobles, and Mrs. 'jleKillou, who" looked cxceedlimb" well .in a smart gown of cloth oi gol.l ot sale. ging for money. Board of Trade should be neithni SAYS GERMANS ATTACKED PORTUGUESE PORT New- York, Dec.- of what Is, believed to have been an attack on the Portuguese port of Fuhchal, iterla presumably by a Ger- man submarine: 'was received in a cablegram today to the firm ot Sa- and Magnus, importers here. Book Your Pas- gage tb the Old Cbuwtry via DONALDSON LINE Uc-to-date Passenger Service DIRECT TO GLASGOW From Steamer Date mirtland CASSANDRA Dec. -18 .portUnd- rATHENIA......Dec. 26 virge twin screw steamers eiiuip- ped with modern- conven- ience. Tickets and other informa- tion from..any.railroad .or steamship agent, .or H.-E: UIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449. Main St. Ph. M. 5312 B.C. 631 Granville St. le oar o here nor there with the merchants of the city. What Mr. Jlarnoch asked ir particular was the support of the work being done. Every business mail is getting the benefit. S. .1. Shepherd, Peter Lund, Com- mmissioner Freemen and Mayor Har- die all spoke very highly of the work being done by tho Board and. by Mr. Uiarnoch as president, and .all ex- pressed the belief thai, it would only require that the financial position ol the organization should he made known in order that plenty of funds might, be available to clear off the deficit and have a good sum left ovei to .start next year right. As this seemed to b3 the feeling of the meet ing a special finance com posed of .Messrs. Shepherd, Downer Home. Hayr and Mayor Hanlie' was named to conduct a campaign for funds between now and tho Christmas holidays. It was reported ai the meeting tha of th'e 23 loans made by the Livestoc! Guarantors, amqnntiug to 1 had been paid ott, and only ?1844 wa left unpaid of the remaining ten. It "was also" reported that the geo logical survey, which is drilling to water in certain parts of the south, hai No. 1 well down. Wo feet and No. down 190. No.. 1 .in on Sec. 11.3-1 and No: 2 on Sec. 19-9-10. North Trading Co. 1766 WEEK-END SPECIALS J 20 Ib. Sack of Sugar and tin of Tomatoes..........Sack 24.1ft'. Sack Price Ogilvie's Cciiteimial Uraud Price 4i) Sack 24 Ib. Sack Grocery Phone 313 Extra Special Sugar 20 Ib sacks of sugar to be sold less than cost With every order amounting to n.ot including flour we will sell a 20lb. bag of fine gran- ulated sugar for.. the Special Price of 2 Carloads of Granulated Sug- ar on sale Frjday and Saturday. With Grocery Orders Only- THE "BAY'S" TEAS AND COF- FEES ARE A SPECIAL BLEND. TRY A POUND. New Xmas Goods. Fresh stock of Currants, Peel and Raisins just to hand. ______ Cleaned Currants. 2 pkts. for Seeded Raisins Per package......... Seedless Raisins Per package Mixed Candied Peels Per pound Shelled Walnuts. Per 'pound Dates '2 packets f.or Almond Paste Per pound tin Crystallized Cherries Per box SaTfd Dressing. 2 packets for Plum puddings Per pound Lump Sugar. Soft cubes. 2 pounds for Mixed Nuts. Per pound Jelly Powders 4 for 35c 15c 15c 30c 50c 25c 60c 70c 25c 40c 25c 25c 30c is 'a- 'n A. Shea. Milk Wvar, S3; C. and Mrs. W- Claimants, to Frank Cline's Estate Great Three, claims to holrehip in connection with ;tbe es- tate or Frank W. Cline. deceased. have hocn. flleil in district: court demands for participation ill the: distribution of tile, estate. These claims are those of two sons and n daughter, presumably children of a former marriage. They itre Frank J. CHne of Sberbrooke, Quebec; H. Cllne of Picton, Out., and Oertruiie C. Thacher uj Hynimlii. Mass. Each has given power of attorney to 0. A. Oert'n to act in the matter lor them. NOTHING NEW London, war office an- nounced today that, there Was nothlnc to report from the Franco-Belgian front. Colds Cause Headache and.Grip. BROMO re tnoveb the cause There 11 only ont "Bronw Quinine B W GROVES jignature is on 21C Y ;