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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 1 Go to the Hudson's Bay Stores for Rubber Boots and Slickers THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Ptid-up Ctpital, $10,000,000. ReMrve Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE. TORONlSO 8. B. WALKER, Gm�i�I MMayer ALEX. LAIRO. A�l. Gm'i MaMfM BRAMCHB8 TRROUOHOUT CANADA. AND IN TBB UNZTSD 8TATSS AND BNOLAND BANKING BY MAIL Bwrtn- auty t>� tMUMMt�4 by auUI with any bnuioh of th� Bfuik. Aeeounts outy b� op�aod. and d�po�lta aMd� or withdrawn by mail. Br�ry attaatloa Is paid la aat-of-town aoeonata. BRANCHES IN ALBERTA CALf.ARV i LAUKSMOI.M IIU-.II KIVKR IWISKAIL LEAVINGS LETiiBRlDGE MACLEOD NANTON STAVELY PINCHER CREEK STRATIICONA PONOKA VEGREVILLE MEDICINE HAT RED DEER VERMILION WETASKIWIN i. LETHBRIDQE BRANOPi C. G. K. NOURSK. - - - MANAGER FURNITURE DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Cipltal all hM mp..... RfMrvciPu4........ BaUiflcc Proilt aad Low. ...........tl4.IN,IN ........... II.IM.IM \ .... *�.!� Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: BIGHT HON. LORD STBATHOOITA AND MOUMT ROVAt, O. C. M. O. VICE-PRESIDENT: Hoa. aaoBoa a. dbuhmomo. k. c. u. o. R. 9. CLOUtTOM. ocnckai. Masaoib Branones and Agencies at all the principal points in Canada' Also in London, England, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters ot Credit and Commercial Credits -y. issued (or use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS UADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drtftt �old avalUUe *x all polnta In Uoittd Statta, Rurope and Canada Interval allawad on depoelta at curr�nt*ralaa Lethbridge Branch - r. RCCVE Managar LETIIBRIDGE, ALBEBTA. THUBSDAY. JUNE 21, 190�. LIBERALS WIN Big Sweep in Nova Scotia CONSERVATIVES GOT FIVE SEATS Whlk the Liberals Three. Won Thirty CONTRACTS LET For tlie New C. P. R. BuiMings ROUND MOUSE AND FREiCNT SHED Halifax, N. S., June 21- lu the provincial elections the Liberals swept the conntry, winning 33 out of 38 seats. Cumberland was re-leeinetl by the Liberals. BACK FROM EDMONTON W.C. Ives Tells About the Boards of Trade Convention. Work of Conatnictlon Will ihence At Once. Com- W. C. Ives and M. Barfonl returned on Hatnnlay from the As-sociafed Board of Tnule Conven-tion at Edmonton. The Herald interviewed Mr. Ives as to his impressions of the eon-vention. ''VV'as the Ckinvention a success" he was asked, "A very successful Con*'ention" he replied "so far^as the various resolutions could make it, but I took the liberty of stating to the assembly that unless some very tangible-results oonid be seen before the next meeting. I did not think Lethbridge would spend money on a representation to Prince Albert. Two days does not give time enough, and it was decided to extend the time of future assemblies to three, duys" "How did the resolutions from the Lethbridge Board of .Trade fare?" Three of our resolutions, that ip, abolishing the giving of bonuses by mnnicip-jlities as inducements to industries; the^ delay in payment of claims by transportation companies and that transportation companies -be required to issue shipping bills in triplicate, wenti throogh unanimously and without disReut. Tjbie others were., covered, by reaoltitibnsltom oilier boards. The question renting to exemptions and small debts was again handed to the Law Auiendmeuts committee who will ,press these matters upon the Government." "What do you think of the north country?" Mr. Ivea was asketl; "The north is beautiful" he said with its hills and valleys, trees and shrubs all in leaf and if we had the willing, wholesouled, hustling, friendly people here that you find in Eklmonton a vast difference would be seen in-our progress. We may not be up to them at present but inside of ten years the. south will have forgefl a long way ahead of the north country." The contract for the new C. P. B. roundhouse liAs been let to Mr MoDiarmid, who built the C. P. R. roundhouse at Calgary. A Calgary man secured the contract for the freight shetl. FJiigineers ate now engaged surveying the sites and building wi||l ha commenced very eioon. It is understood the roundiioiise will l�e ereotal between the present depot and the A. R. & I. roundhouse. Tlie freight sheds will be built across Round street The structure will stand about 10 feet' from thestreet line of Baroness roail. Notice to Subscribers. A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY MAN NUMBER m Ji SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY MAN DAY The Herald typesetting machine went out of business y liave them set up in time for publication. DOMINION Our Great National Holiday, will sooa be here Vou will want to look your Ijest on this occasion and you should, therefore, have a a� Mew suit ^ Our immenao stock of clothing atfonls yon the liest opportunity to satisfy your taste. We liuve liRht summer Suits in great variety, made in single and also double breasted styles; also Norfolks in tI�o latest and nobbiest imtterns. Wo have also Blacks, Blues, Greys, Browns. Stripes Plaids, Pin Checks, olc,, in almost endless varieties. From Now Till the End Of June We shall offer exceptional values in men's and boys' clothing, as our big stock of clothing must be reduced We hint at how waste no further wonls, bnt just give yon a we are going to do it: One big lot of Men's fine pure wool tweetl Suits, worth up to SIO.W, to be cleared at ....................i Another big lot of Meji's fine Scotch Tweed and worsted Suits, worth up to S13.50, to be cleared at.... A word to the wise, is suffieient. i CRICKET CLUB FORMED A few of the late arrivals from England's velvet lawns with commendable Keal gathered some cricketers together and' organized a club with the following officers: Hon. President, Hon. Dr. DeVebor President O.H. .Tohuaton A'ioa preaideut, L. M. Johnstone, Secretary, H.(i. Kilner, Treaauren .1. H. Fleetwood, Captain, A. W. Hings.Committee, R. V. Maynard, chaimutn, H L. Vrooman, C. H. Harding, A. Barusley. Honorary members, Capt. R. B. Pf the late employees met the directors of the company they refused to have information sent to this gentlemen that would enable him to understand the iK>si-tion existing here. We claim that the president of the Brick-maker's Union should Ite infurined of the whole business that led up to this strike before any sane man could esiiect tliis gentleiuan to give an honest decision, Had this iuformation been sent him we were willing to abide by his decis-ion. We also offered to go back to work, provided the company would have UBt�l fair mined coal. A committee from the Trodes and Labor Council also met the directors to try and settle the dispute but the company would not concede to anything. Now, Mr. Eiditor, I contend a good'deal, if not all the responsibility rests with the company be-eause they have not handlecl this business in a business like way, but every time tliey have bee.u approached tlieir very out of date answer lias boeii we will burn whatever coal we like and will not lid dictatotf to by any union. Now it is not our wish to dictate to any eiiii>loyers or employer of labor as to wliat he shall do, but we do claim the right to have a voice ^s to what the conditions shall be under which we work. Yours tndy, J. F. Rothwell. WATER MAIN BURST. A water main leading into Piche and Miron's premises broke and the water flowed along the noiib wall and gushed out at the rear, tearing away the foundation and causing a little porch to collapse. Part of a new wall Sofith Bros. & Wilson had just erected on the new Hudson's Bay building had to be rdbuilt. Dewar Bros., until rf.cently newspaper publishers in Hawkes-bury, Ont., are , staying at the Windsor. They may establish a uewsuaper in one of the new towns in Alberta. Notkc. 51 Notice is hereby. given -that the late firm of Ott and BiUlbck has been this day dissolved by the re- ^ tirement of Arthur H. Bullock. The busines > will in future be carried on by W. A, Ott under bis name and all persons indebted to the Ute firm are requested to pay ; the amounts to the midersigr.ei. Date.l.June 10, 1906. w.A.orf. 1 ;