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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta mimmmmmm^^k^mmmM^.......... mm In: VOLUME 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, JUNE 7. 1900. Go to the Hudson's Bay Stores for Rubber Boots and. Slickers THE CANADIAN BANK ^ OF COMMERCE Paid-up Cipital, H0,06d.00ft ittwrwFund. $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO 8. B. WALKER. Gmaral M^mger - ALEX. LAIRD, Awt. Om'l UMMfW BANK MONEY ORDERS HMUCO AT THK POLI^OWINQ RATCt: $S ltd under,'.....- .......... 3 ctnU Ovtr $5 and not tMCvding tM:..... e nntt " $10 ' " $30...... lOcentt - - $30 " � $S0...... IS canta TImw Orden are Payable Mt Par at any. office io ranadaora Chaitirad Vu (Yukon accpted)i and at the princiiwi banking points in th� United StatMt. THE CANADIAN UANK OF COM^MBRCE. LONDON, ENG. Thajr farm an �aeiUcot nwtbod of KmiiUnc amaU luina of monty.with ~ and/at. Mnall'.coat'. CMCSARY �-.DASO\TON IIK.ii RIVEK IVMSKAIL BRANCHES IN ALBERTA LEAVINGS NANTON^.. STAVELY LETHBRIOGB PINCHER CREEK STRATHCONA MACLEOD PONOKA VBCREyiLLE VERMILION WETASKlW MEDICINE HAT RED DEER LETHBRIPQE BRANCH C. O..K. NOURSE. - -  MAHAOBR Cheery - Sumnier ^ News * We arc offeHag eutpri^i in Uidia' ai^ Hatt. Mtttiiat. India Liaeat. Oiaghamt. We show all Ike eorreet ttylei ia VcttiagSwiss Spotty Etc. New Summer CostttmcK-^We have made a dcjeided hit in this line. Woitc ladia Uacft aad Mull coatumcc AroiaMto|S;SO. Chambry S^^^ 17.50. .Watch for them, they have a dittiaetioa all their owa. E.J.Hmri';lge oi't;upiwl Hie al-tor>�.i(>n of '\JiHi UmrA ot 'I'raiV,: at ima of 'tlK'-lnrg�f�t nnd inoHL i-apfcsen-; tativu moctinjjs in its liistory on: Two of 'ihi' big prottlcanH '(taal't AVilti^ woru. the Nubuny ami hi'gh Icvul �bri'Ago.. ,:� . Mayor, itosors oKplo'inwl cople com^ing froin north and west aivd. from Ht�(-foivi Villagi'. would hove to go to Clalt stroot to erofis Vnc tracks iinr lt'8� a subway was l>uilt. Tht' Ma.Yr or propociod a subway at Round .srtrwt, but t,l�e Bngnneer said that U was inipo.s.lo to conolruct it . at Uound stre wolvonM, ch|iec.ial ly to . ilic iiierohn'nt.s on ' Itound stiio.:'t., ljut lie, acknowloJ^od a�a had found coniii'dei^ able. o|>position oxi.stod. The Ma.vor also s�>id that 't'ho A. R. & I. Co. hod agrei-d, if the .subway was built on Glyn .street,-to give connection with the Maelcod ro�d, to uoll company Inrd on 'the' other side of the track for ,wnrc cAs.v'to'turn the road; as ii left t)ho subway, so that it woul;l face Itound-street. C. CS. K, Vour.so moved that in the Dpinionof the Board a sulvwa.v'.was i 'desii'OibVei and; that the, Board give ii it's hearty support. This was sec-Mvded b.v, W.._ C. Ivrs This Jvsol^-. tion wns>arri�d. JM. Young favored a slibwa.v,^ but iihought It .should l:.e built on R(.>und .slreot. The Mayor .said that the C. P. R. ImkI stated posi-tivol.v thai they, wouki iKj^t ptn a subway in ut.Ronnd street.. � . :-����.�; �.=-�.�;�..- (J�o. HAuk undorRtood that. the cut would lie '>.} foe* Kk-cper at eiyn than &t 4loU(>d .jtree^t. Mr, Xoursc. sugi^tPS'UHl a vot� of the itterdiants ; MuHikl  it.-.c taken as to which street was favored, v .1. Kenny thovghl the rafepayers .inent quostjion. WouM the .\. R. & T. Co: give otK>ui�h projKTt.v to allow.ah i�dust;rifll cMitre to be dovelopml^on the north SKte of 4he track. '1*6 city did 'not want to iiiKlertake any ex(>endi e.xplaiiKid that if a subway was : built; the crossing av. Cult street would not I>o dosoil. W. C. Ivos consi(k!ix�d the subway would- ' \xi more adyantAKOous to Round �tt�ot'nierchaitts than a (^os.s-J ing at Ckil't street. It would lie iViore, out of .'the-way for farim-ra to go to Quit street than through a subway, Aid, Oliver'did not favor a KUb-w�y. He d�d not think the city could alTord it. Ho ot con.4id-er,under present conditions, a st�b-T. B. Higittbothain thought the high level bridge should constcfcr-od in 'this c.onnectian. if a traffic brik'igo was built e subway would not Ijo necessary. Tihe suliwoy nwtter should bo left in oibeyanc'e uivtil H \v�.s known whether a troffle bridge was to N; built on the high lovol hriiiigc or not. All thils discussion was occasioned by the following resolution, moved-,v Jt^Barfoivl and seconded by H. B. Mkobach; That l;ho original ug-rwmcitt' for a crossing n't 0�M stroat Ix! carriwi out. This wtis o|vio.sed l-,y the flinend-moitt.' that this Board approves a ft�hwa.V at Round Mtruot, and if that is not foas^iblc, not further wjcst "r eost of Rouixl stroot than two blocks, movo tho original motion �do|�tod.'. 'It;was not lovtg, howevur^ unbllihc; atiti'tiMla of the Board was compMo^ ly>�hange:l. .v �;,-.; i-;:,  G. A.'Magrath.j, in a bufiincss-like apoech;: pointer of n subway^ ondrh-ad then-|Miss;. wa.v'-w-ould iM.an attraction indirectly lor. industriics to locate here; Mr, Mogrnth' doclar�l the attituda shouW not be Round sirwt Against cvorylhrng else; � ^^tkj'oi Hoiikthought iha vit*l (i;!e*--t ion was � ;"aiv; we r..^.'.v ftr n � hul-, woy?" ^When they did hm,c, li. niUstfw on Round .s-.ijit .>r no oI.kc' elsi�. ' ^^Vt: 'this / junirture M.iy- r ilo�'e'".'i iiMivfiid thattihc'Uonril of Trade sup-^: pprt'a iSiibW'ity on Ilouml Mtivot nr onc^�.; block east- or we.s-t ol Rouifd? ("tretjfc. ^ ^ Mayor fcxplaino;! ihit if the �iubwa.^'; was built hi-twiV" (Jl.\ti and Hound streets, it cohWI have an en-traiii^ from Rouii'd sttwt. Me belie Vwd-the suhway wimld Ive worth a gotMlvik^al ;inorc than the $10,riOO wo.were asked to pa.v' for it. :OUo,iik: Noconikfl 'the resolution and ji*w�h;'carrf�l.: I't was staled Ihmt the subway wouki I* built -riflht away, and the Board,, on nioUcn "f Messrs, Johnstone awifIv�s,�avoi>3t1 (ts con.el bridge here, providod! the Provincial or Federal Oft vern men* s met 't)lw cost. W; C' Siinmcms said ihu woukl bring the matter to -tlno a>titjmtion of the Prov4nci�l Oovfrniiioiit as scon as the C. P. R. -di^fmitely decided where flind wh�>n 'the bridge was to Ins bui-H; He; must,-have facts to work upon-liefore hecoiilfl apprn,ieh the Oovertiniont,;;. ,.;.- 'i^he;. pre�idef>t; conciirri-d in Mr. S-iinimons.'-: views. ' C. O: K. Nourse moved that the Secretary bo iiwtructied to write to Mr.'Wh.vitc thatwo are anxious: to have a hi'ish level traffic bridge aitd nHkii�s;-h'iin 'il-hc;�cfl'n 'give us �u}y inr lormat'ion as to whrtiher the C. P. n. propose con^ftnicting a h'i'ghi -level bridsiav: and il so, when, .with an.v other .mformotion on which - Uc cain I>a�c an at>nlicaosi'li(;n nt PawaonrCity, AN EXPLOSION liiniciiil^^ ed^ AT MillD OF TRADE Iffi^ -:Thcre was a minaitura explosion' %'han - t he gas; question cainc ibofore' itihe Board ol Trade Tuesday nighV: Aid, RoWmion very innocently, tapr pcd the huhhlc w-hcn he niovod tiie following resolution: ; Itcsolvodi. that in view ol the lai^t-lh�t there are three,applications, Ipr; a franchise to use the streets 61;the' city lor the purpose ol laying : gas mains: . , Two ol. the applicants require', more time, as tikty ^ have not � Ipr-mulat�d theic- plans,while the tMrd ia Mcking to rush the husinesis through. These ^applicants rppivjsc'nt. both local and outsi's; According to their by-law they requira I� da�'a; 'iWrelore, be it resolved -that thii^. Board in emiBcrl assembkMi, ror|Ue.deration bo f4ven to local capital and local industries. W.C. Simmons, M. L. A.; arosb and askod to make a few remarks o:n a qiieAioh' of privilege. lie ol)Jectcprc.x and mentionod tiMt he and soma � of his lahmds had boon thrnkmg vaguely, of natural gas propositions*  "The-yisitor lutkod lor a li�t ol the ahlcr-nien, which was given him, and spoke of Simmons and Bennett as his letal ropreeonVativcs. Me thon went Ob to speak ol'the support ol tiio Mews, and sa.d that it fould ibe -^k-cn in and iriven some treasury stiick. He was inlnrmed that such a consi'l-eration would not inBuencc the News. ��.��.;::,. . 'l^re is,' of course, nothing in this implicoitiag Mr. SiMimons' clients; a>hoevcr they may -bo. r~ He aaid the statements in the arr; tide ��re correct,^anri he could not unders'tand how . Mr. Simmons .as-aiuned it was - hia v�t that of the News editor. 'Mr. Fessenden woririi-d up a lif'tle, but 8uhs�d,?d whc-n Mr. Noui-so suggested that it was not tho business of the Board of Ti-ade to'd(>al with, arguments between Mr. Simmons ani the News. Geo. Houk-lUiat's right. It's none of our �)uwi'ness. I.et 'thrni fight it out alone, , Aid. Ilobin.son's resolution was adopted. linie, but w� sboul4 look tiie fut- ottico lor all iiJioy arc wortJi. NEW w^mm The'Board of Trade::r8 going .'to make am; effort to �ccyro a, pqfitplIV^ lor thisuHy, .\t t4�a^ meotlngi -Tiioe-day ntght, I'lvsi'dent^Cgnylioare, W, C. Simmons, M. Ij.vA ,4:Mavor.-Rog-urs, K. H. rri)im�ii'l would i'take. over the pivseiit buililiiig 'h'frt'; I'MiimWl. most of the 'discussion. Tha lecling soeinod o be 'that flio Province would take over -the 'biiiUlMvir, but, a resolution of W. I'. Ives that''the ProvincidI .Joverniiioivt; jvJ^w ffiefloagblfiiion Oov-crnment -to pi-ln-rn their building, and thnt flw I'rosinco build a new ourt bouse-, was passed.-. Mr SiiiiirirMiM '(ihougrht the flamo^Ml for now piiblu- liiril'dings should -|jc inafW upim tihi' Koinlnion Covern-nn-Mit, as tlw.' I'rovince had enough undertakings nliv>ai'niiK.>nt could acit n't once. . - ;.; Malcolm Voung; tiiovmI, .sccoodod by; W. A, Buchanan, that in Ijio/ event of tho l*ioviiico-niiintcMi (lovernriont lie strongly urg-ofl to 'build a new publlic tiiirildlng to uccomino:lnte postofllcc, cu.>�tohfis' and land office. This, waa: also adoptod. Quit4>. a nuinlx-r oi; the innTniTors o\-,\ pres. Senator Dc Volier ofxl John Her-ron, M: P., will Ui'urged ony..-.�.;�.�'it'.,:":":"-:v.":uv 'No, neUhcr of''them aro.- The men Ijonik of .the; f:onii)�i�y;.are Messrs. Oliver, of OriMaptdnvOnt.; Walker, of Clarci^iolni. and Hunter of .St Paul,-" w�� ;>Uio i^ply. iVYou may tell the j>Mblii'. that. ni\ company :i|n prepared to co�u>eto wiih ah.v eoitipany In supplying gns f�r 'the cdty. Once we ai'o tfivf-n (k'iiiiis-Kion to lay pi|�os, we will Ikivo our boring mnohirtinent -of Raincoats Pommel-Slickers: Apron pants i Waterproofs! 1 " Big line of find cloth.rain-coats jabKing in price - \ ^ from/ \ $6.00 TO $16.00 % Umbrellas Rubbers Rubbers from 75c to $1.00 Uuibrellaa from $1 to $4.50 GUARANTEED TO PROTECT i A. SOUTHAIO) I 1^ .....1 ;,)'i.-:^K^-:*.V.tV,E-fe mm m s a Special Sale of Waterproof Clothing To Clear Discounts running from 10 to| 25 per cent, off every garment fmsM iii mm �0M mm mm TIlis is a genuine bargain. Do not delay, as this offer will not | last long. ten linOKE III.H ARM. Miss Nellie Cunmnghnm. slaughter j J car and broke hef arm. ;;?i:tiE ;