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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Go to the Hudson's Bay Stores for Rubber Boots and Slickers FAVOR JUBWAY Board of Trade Had Big Meeting WANT TO HAVE TRAFFIC BRIDGE I Will Ask C. P. R. For Definite > Statement. urc of Ihe town. It� l.olle'vwl a �ul�-Wny would In) mi uM ruction Indl-rwtly for liKlnstrkes to locate here. Mr. Mogrnth declm-ed tliu nttituda shbukl not tie Hound street against everything else.  (Wo. Houk..thought in.) vlUl v\m-t Ion vns '"are wo r. f n- a Mil  way?" When they did nave u, .1!,' mind. 1� on lt�ui�d n:t'i't .ir tin else. At this. Jtmoturo M.iy r Uop't"'!) moved Unit lh�' llonnl of Trade aup* p.oi't n mihw�y on Itoui.d street or 0110 Mock east or �wt of Hound �twot. The Mayor cxplniiio.l ihvt tf the |snb�ay wns built 4mM\v�vii ��> nnd high level Qn mMon |rf |ohn. stone nnd Ives, f�voi>o;l Hs construe- AT I0ARD OF TRADE MEETING iMt WtHy Warfare DM Not Last Lm*. There wns n ntliwture explosion � gas question ctiinc before 1*� tloaivl of Trade Tuesday tvig^vt. AW. Holjkwon very innocently l�p-pod ttoo bubble when he movod liie following resolution: llesolved, t^tat In vk>w of Uic fact I hut Hieio arc three Applications for a franchise to use the titrccts of the city for the purpose of laying gas inpins: Two of .the applicants rwpilro more time, as tihey have not for- proposid, and this wns .found to helhuHt. He must -hove facts to work t�t�ll>k... The Knglneer reported that |�nr�n J*tv^�it Idltion mentit th�t |Koplc coining |,|,c Piimklcnl. tohl the Hoawl lhat hoth local and outside capital, pnr- froin mirih And west �nd from Mtaf- t'lw v. v. 11. h��d rnnw*nted to have tleularly the Klectric Ivlgiht Com- fowl VillHpe would have to �o to n tiafllc bridge erect oil in connection p�ny, who have large capital alrendv ,., street to coss �h. tracks n,- ^ ,MnS.r�rSS: �T���.. -______ _ � >"�l'�ay �as Iwiilt. Ilw May- ,.rn| Onvernnwrdti m�t 11k- cst. Company, who have large eapiw ��w :� 4htt'ht?,'t concuiTul Inntruc.^l to writ* to lo n?^ll�^ .1 oi subwav lie remarfccHl fl.nt he had Mr" W,,^* ,hAl wp milam to "n MN��a>. lit nmiaikotl 44tot hp Had M ,cw, inms f> nnMj mo lair consUk-rnt^on l.e Uiougirt at �ve tinu. that the news flHkll^ niin , ^ cm ^ ^v ^n ,0 ,OCft, nm, ,,cn, woukl welcotno, e�|ieclnll.v to 11k; fonimtion ns to �h -tiltrr the C. P. jUMli.ioH merchants on Mound �tivt, but lie n- nroposo consinictintr n M�hi lewl acktiowled^l .h, hn">f�r�,�t-|on nn whit* l?e can and osUed to mak�� a few remarks on ithlc o|.poHitlon exist,.;!. Hie Mn>or lmw nn BIm,|t.MlllB for oW to lh)} nup-tlon ft, ,-1^1-- ji- 0biect�^l alKo w�4�l that t*e A. It. & 1. Co. Oox-emuKVftt. * qucexlon Ol I^WB*- J� onjecioc hod ngree�l, if tlw subway wns built This was seconded by R. S. Higln- lh��  c,,Mlt �,( bto ;m.i that the Hoard give ii It's hearty support. 'Ihis wns ser-ooded by W. ('. twtt. This ivhoIu-I lion wns carried. M. Voiioit favonsl a subway, but I'thought il should l.e built on Hound si r�"et. Tin- Mayor said Ihot the } feer nt (!ljll titan tit 'Hound .�*tri\M. Mr. Xours*� su^es^tsl u vote of the Intcrchunts_should , >l�> taken as to \Wilib sti>vt was favonsl. .1. Kenny thought the rat'epayers InIiouIiI tf Co|vsuiter to support a I particular gaa franchise. Mr. Simmons Mid a client of his had never attempted to �(>ons}|>llity for the THE FIRST MEMBER FOIMJEtTA * ". w. Havis. e\-M. u*mA* hB,, ,,Ci'n thinking vaguely of P.. n-t It.i� t'Hy, M^icn. nc had n*l,,,'0, pro|Hi�lt-souli4l p>ntk>inan |Nwn>sHOil in tA*ihbi'itsl the I. ti link.T Ml ore at Mocloxl in the "iitl.v iluys. He was a "down lenster." When Alb'Pin was created a con- Mr. t'onvKoaie expaineu timi a n>- Min,.ro.% in itim> n. W. HhvIh w^ia law won- have to le siilfei*tu��: Mi . iiftorwards Senator, he iiicciinir. HiiriliHiv. ��i H.tinonton. In the next AM. HobfiiKon nsk��.l a pi-rtinent ,.|ectmu Iv defeatt�l .I�,h. (Hieslion. WonM tlu> A. Ii. & 1. � M� ing nt (hilt street. 11 woulil be n'tfi-e ior out of'the-way for furiih-rs to go to ,|nV ,, flult street than through a subway. ...... , Aid. Oliver illd not favor a kuI>- ' Siiunions. M. I.. A.. Mayor n�g way. He did not think the �ity em. K. II IN*s>iiden htkI w. A. Ilu could afford it. He �Uil md ennsid- ,lmnan wei\- uppolnUtl to draft a er.under present coitditions, a sub men, which was given him. ami spoke of Simmons and llennett us his hfttl rcpreson'latives. He ihon went on to k|ieak of the support of the News, ainl said that It cuukl t-e taken in and given some treasury stock. He was informed that such a consideration would not inlliienco the News. I 'niero is, of course, nothing in this' implicating Mr. Simmons' clients, whoever they may hu.^ lie mM the statements in llu article M^re correct, and he coul-.l not understand how Mr. Simmons assumed it was his 11 lent that was t'hargml with approuchlntf the News. How did ho know? Mr. KiiiuuiNis said the implication was clear, and tu* had only oik- client in thin tyatter, ami ho was prepared to put his word a�"iifi tfiat of the News wlitor. Mr. FosseiKlen woriiusl up rt liWIe, i0|lMit siiIikkI.";! wh.n' Mr. nnurse sug- Store Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Cs�itsl all pM � Kiscrvce PimM.. . BalaKc Prolil s>4 Loss .SM.en.eM Head Office. Montrea1 PRESIDENT: KI0HT HON. hORD STUATHCOHA AMP MollMT HOVAI.. u. 0. M. 0. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. SIS OEOHdH a. MUMMOMP. K. C M. 0. H. . 0U1USTON, QasiHtk Mak*�i�h Branonea and Agenolen at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, England. New York, Chicago. Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Ciroular Letterso( Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON. FAVORABLE TERMS Drifte told available at all polou la Uolieo Stales, Europe and Canada Inter**! allowod oft depoalta ! curreni.rato* Lethbridge Branch - i"t71�sr,ss,',,ssyit "t .........��*�� high level bridge whouhl * conshler- ''S'1*!! In tlw stronrost tornin Iveth-od in this connection. If a trnlllu brhlgn's in this res|ieot. bridge was built � subway would not -r^,, left in alieyunco noli I it ... was known wholhcr a traflle brhlge pwwnt buikluig li-uv.. euunwl iiu��t was to In? built utl the high level of the discussion Th.� feeling Kocinad hrMge or not. lo u. .Uuit ihe fiovimv would take All litla discussion was occasioned' v . liy the following resolution, niovoil .M. Ilarfoivl and seconded by II. f " , . . B. Miohai'h: 'Phut t*w originul n�- �loverniiu'iit mIow rna UoialttitHn Oov-roenicut for a crossing at (>oW eruiiieiii in i�'tuin 'their building. *tm�t l*> carried out. nwl ,,, ,,|K. provhtco buihl a m�w 'IHiis was o|.,n)Ked ly tls� amendment, that this Hoard approves a stibwa.v at lioiind Htroet, und if (hat te iitmni of Tr�Ktl'd tlutt it was not ihe business this city. \i t4m moating- Tues- "w Hour�l of Trade to "leal with 1'ivfcfclent ('onyboare, W. arguments t>eiween Mr Siiiuiums and tlw News. tJ�s�. Ilouk-'Itint's right. It's none of our business. Ij.i Hunt fight it out alone. Aid. ItobniMon's resolution was adopted. NAMES OF PARTIES Slfl>�a.> � ����Mim miwi, him " �>.... � i. ..l.l i, is not fouHiblo, not further wtst or I for m'w public buildings miouui tsi �buildimr. but a resolution lXTi:iiKSTKH IN TIIK skw VAI Iv.s mat tho Provincial IHAL OAS COMPANY. Is Aid. McCluro or Oliver con-conn lions,., �as pulsed, j necitd with the new natural gas thought the dJinaod j company?" the Ht-raUl inquirod of Special Sale of Waterproof Clothing Clear Mr. Simmon* W. I' Simmons, solicitor for the than two I ,,,. ,i,m .ihe Uoudnion Oovern-r'0,"|,nnj" ... ' It. an ...e Province had ei.oug.t "So. neither of them a.^Th.> n�n M^hoVa^,,�...K.nt was lost nnd ,h.| - -M,�h .1,^. Anyway. th.U* - ^ -mw .r. -m. east of liotiml street blocks, niove' �-*wr. tho subway wu� a matter'.that could bo hojd ovor for a ron. M- 1'-. will Ui urgad to pu�li l4�thbi'Wgt)'s claiina for a now post- To Discounts running from 10 to 25 per cent, off every garment This is a genuine bargain. Do not delay, as this offer will not last long. Macdonald lime"" xiui. vuhim i'b ll�#m mtoi' iui U 114Ufl!l|'m|gO n ClUlinS tor tt WW pui>i- - - time, but wo should luok to tho fut- 0�ico for all ihey ore worth. car and broke ner arm. Lethbridge - * AlberU ;