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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LbTIIBItibGE, ALBEITIA. TIIUKSDAY. JUNE t, Go to the Hudson's Bay Stores for Rubber Boots and. Slickers FAVOR mm Board of Trade Had Big Meeting WANT TO IfAvfnAFflC BUDGE Will Ask C. P. K. Fw Statement. are ol t'hf lown. l-olicvyJ. a way would an attraction in'di- for Industries to Jocate here. Mi. Majrrjith declaim! the attitude not Hound suvd against Ceo. '-ho vil-il f'WV' lir.a vas''''arc In- H they di.i it. inuwt !w on .s-i'.'-t -H' no c -this juncture M.iy r that lioar.l of Trade pprt" u subway on Itouiid street or one" oast or of Hound Vital pi ohictiis concerning uht; wel- fare of LtnhhruVgf the at- of -live BonrJ of TrutW- at one ol the laigvM. mos-l jvpieNun- tative mt-'.'tiivgs Ju uj> histoiy on Tus'aJay Two of 'liv problems -rivalL with the subway ami high level bridge. Major explained posi- tion of alTaiis -to ;t.ho Board. Ho the'proposi'tion he Jia-J io Win. WhyU', of the C. The >la3ror h-2 had fouivd opposition existed The ilayor also that -t-he A. R. fc I. Co. Ivad -agreed, if the subway1 wns ljuilt on Clyn street, to connection with t'he "Macleotl to'sel! com- pany larxl on -the other the tiack for wanhousc and factory pur- poses, ami TO give connection w.th Village. He thought :U voukl l-c easy -to turn the road as it c-ft the subway, so that it wouH' ace Itound s'treet. 0 C_ K, Xoursc- movetl that in the opinion of Board a subway vvas lesirable. ami that the Hoai-d give it hearty support. Ihis was sec- onded C. Ivc-Sj upon he could approach Clov-ernruent. -t p ,f con ci i r rod in Mr. Si jui "vi-e-w's. C. 1C. Koursw mov-si the 10 write to Mr. Whxito that wo aiv anxious, to have a Jivg'h level tiaflic bridge''and if -g-ixe us in- formation as to" the C._ t iie r-ropose const a level t M arwlTif" so, w-hen, with any inioniKbUon on uh.ic'h lie can lva.se an ar.niica'tion for atd to the Govefnuvon-t. -This was socahrtrcl by K- X. T v Cheery Summer f News We are offering cut prices in and Children's Hats, Muslins, India Linens, Ginghams. We show all the correct styles in Vestings, Swiss Spots, Etc. New Summer have made a decided hit in this line. Wotte India Linen and Mull costumes from to Chambry Suits from to .Watch for them, they have a distinction all their own. D, W. DAVIS DEAD Was A Well Known Old Timer THE FIRST MEMBER FOR ALBERTA He Died in Mwsm City H favoied a .shouid'l'c built o" TtounJ Uio c T'l'e AJayor .said'-that the 0- V- R. posnivdy t-hat t-hey not put a subway in at Hound. street. Oeo. Houli tindeiWood thai .the cut woukl .11 tleeper at thtin -at 'Jtomvd I ifr. a vote of the xjrchants shoukl taUen as to .ihich was favorcxl. -.J. Kenny thought the jatVpayers consuitofl. Conylearti explains! that n. by- aw uoull have to le submittt-d to people FURNITURE DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS 'i news ivathCHl the HcraKl of rieaith of W. ex-il. at Ofty, vvtwre he hod collector of customs since 1896- NO man was known! to okl-timcis of than he a shock to t'hc Vc-gion this whole-soulod gentleman in .in.'l district. OaMS for many vears manag- ed the IT at Maclexl in thf oa.i the Mayor, and Council, to taW 'time to of exclusive chise, and to reconWueml that all reasonable awl fair consideration jwvcn to local capital awl local in- dustries. W. C. Simmons. M. L. A., arose and ashed to niaWe a remarks 01 a question of privilege. He that a client of his 'had to ih-3 -insinuation, made by the Xc-w to influence that paper to particular gas franchise. Mr. Sim- mons "sard a. client of lus had never attempted to do anything of the kind: 'He not have a client that would-do such a tative, assigned responsibility for the' a IKjrtioa of whick read as follows: _v May 22, the JohpstoneV a I recent arrival, representing ontptte capital, called at" the ami he and somo-ot his beon thinking vague natural 'Cjas visitor asked for a list of 'the a men, which was given him. spoke of Simmons llemwtt his representatives, tie thsn on to Sficak of-the support of News, and said that it coukl be 'tak- en in and gfiven sonic ireasmy stoco. lie was infonned irtiat such a consul oration would not, influence the BB A, Wet Month o' Are you prcparLxl Wu are prepared to you, as we have jugt pbiceil in stock a 'big -6t- Raincoats Apron pantis; Water- Big Hue of find cloth ,rrau-n J 1. 4 COtttfi t Umbrellas Rubbers TO i Rubbers from to Umbrellas from" to GUAHANfEED TO PROTECT "The Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Fvid ProHl MS.IW Head Office, Montrea1 PRESIDENT: RIGHT HOM. TJORD 9TIUT1ICOIIA AMD ROYAL, O M. C. VICE-PRESIDENT: HOU. SIR ttKORGK A. K. C, X. TJ. Johnstons o ic meeting. Akl. KobMison a pertinent WouKl the A. U. '-JP0- enough proivjrty to allow on industrial ceivlie to be north skk: of -tiio tiack. 'fhc city not to untiVrtake any" until it know etnctly k at-r- Jt 'th.it if a subway was built. ihe crossing street would not Ix; closed. C. Ivcs considero.l the .s-sbway woukl iKi more tu Hound '.sti-eof merchants 'than a cross- ing nt Cl-alt stivot. be out of't'he-wny for Mi'nv.-rs to go to Oak street through a s'lbws.V. Alii. Oliver -tiki, not favor a suh- way. lie not think the tity could" affoixl it. He -did not tonsi-1- present conditions, a sub- j J. P. llHjinbotham thought the high level bridge sho'iM ecn: in 'this connection. If a traffic wns built A subway woukl not x> necessary. The matter Ixj left in un-til v-a-s: known'; whether a tvafllc vas -to built the high level or not. All Athis Discussion was thii following resolution, movod M. liarfoivl ar.rt by It. E. Tiiat 'original ng- recmrnt for a crossing street be carried out. This wtis ly njon-t. that t-his ItoftJHl 'Approves a s.v nt stroet. niv.l if thav is not feasible, not further west or of Homxl than two Mr.. Xoursc Mr. Ives. The wns "lost, and original motion dcfvtttMMf Mr aft-orwards Senator, Hardisty, nf the next iMlly. of Calgary. In 1S5M ho was uont nt P K. 9. i Brancoes and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada Also in London, York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters ol Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS all poiatt En rope and Canada Interval allowed NEW POSTOFflCE of TrjKVe is to nakc an effort to or this At Hva" meet i f, larnument.s hotwt-en Mr. Simmons dav n 'ght. Cimybertre. W. larguimn There is, of nothing in. t-hi implicating Mr. clients whoever -they may -bo'.J" He the statements in thd ar- ticle were he coukl no understand how Mr. Simmons as sumed it wa4? his client that wkh, approaciiing the Xew did he know'; StmtiuMis the implication was clear, an-.l he -had only one client in -this ijiattcr, ami be u.is to put his woixl that of the News e-ditor. Fesscnden up a Hl'tlt', it was no-t the business of Tra-ile t o The cosh store anvl W. A." appointed to draft telegram forwarded -to urging in the strorvTCSt terms Leth- in this Tho whether -the. rrovinoi- (lovrnniK-itt over -the present buiMins? horo. causal of -the discussion T'm feeling o be -that the Province would take >vcr the 'huiKlimr. a resolution of W. C. that -ttic Provincial Wf Dofaitwoti ornmctil to ivtatn -t-hcir awl that fix; Troviiicc build a now ro.urt was pnvHrd. the News. right. It's of our Let -fhcm Tight it out Akl. resolution was a.l- w i Special Sale of jjWaterproof I Clothing I To Clear I I 1 i r, I Discounts running from 10 to It was not hov.-evor. unt'il the of the Boa nl was complc-tc- C. A. is A speech, out tho in a I ami hatl then virtually meant A motion that no at nil. for public Im-iMings Iw upon Dominion Govern- ntont. as the IVovsnce had enough undertakings alivjrtly. Anyway, th> Province rould not. net .for n year, nml -t-he Dominion could not nt once. 'Malcolm Young, moved, sccowteil by I A. nuclvannn. ttat in