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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald kuue IV. Letlihi-iiigei. Alia.. Monday, August Number 211 IOST FOR BUCHANAN IN NORTH LETHBRIDGE jusing Meeting With Several Speakers Reci- procity Benefits the Workingman- Magrath's Independence and Opposition to Eight-Hour Bill Liberal Associations'Formed fLuinoi Buciiunin and Reciprocity boost toward vie- [i bituidn mtht :it a largely fttrnded meeting of the citizens or 1 othbiidaG in Itcdlng'B Mall foi the pin pose of cxplulning tho UecLois ot that part of the city iiics beloie them in the coming Tlio meeting- was an en- one find the growing sent- :iit in favor of reciprocity, the one iu -this uumiMlgn, was very led _Dr North Lethbridge, jJcsidPd at the meeting, and in his AgitioihictoM i emu ks took occasion f'> icneu tlie history of the pet I he main icaturc ot lilic pro- pMtion v hich should appeal to the 'orking'raan, he said, was that it was 1 i up m idiin e in legisluLioii for feu ma ces The Liberal government Government for the Masses le the toasen ithe rule always i and ivs will be, the rule of classes. History goes to show the formation of the two parties had this principle as a .has- I'o prove .this, one lias but to con- the nolitiiii hit of: Hon. Clifford Jflifton. for many yearg the representa- of rnc Bi union district. So long bittoli wis i using man lie upheld the Ubernl platform; just as soon as he betamo a wealthy man he forgot hiti former faith and allied himself with the interests forgetting the needs of the masses. iMagrotli, ho Is in a similar position, and on account of tiliat very position he IK bound to the r.ule of tho Consorvntivo party, to THOUSANDS OF ENTRIES FOR THE EXHIBITION Stables Full of Horses and Cattle All Kinds of Farm Products Shown in Great Abundance Enormous Poultry Show Everything Ready for Opening Tomorrow The fair which opens tomorrow will be a great record-breaker. Already three of the large stables are full of horses and one is full of cattle. In nil there are 350 horse entries and over XOO of cattle. The sheep ami swine have not come .In yet but there ore government for the Intercuts rntlicrj about 150 entries of each. A large Lent is 'being put up for the poultry, which will be mi enormous show, mere 'being G90 entries. than for the masses or the people. S..I. Shepherd, president of the Leth- bridge Liberal Association, was tlie first speaker, and for. nearly an hour he made stirring to the.-North LeUibridge electors to vote on Sep- tember 21st for the Liberal govern- ment, and their belieficlent legisla- tion for the- masses- of, the people. Reciprocity IB only another step In that direction find he felt sure that the people of North Lethbridge could not but see the benefit-which is bound to accrue to them by tbe enactment of the reciprocity pact with the U. S. He was eorry lie said, that. -31 r. Buch- anan .himself was not there to explain his stand in the matter but promised that be would take the first oppor- tunity that presented itself to do so. Regarding the before the elec- tors, Mr. Shepherd stated that it was a very rare ending statesmen of a country were agreed on any important .question for the development of the country. This, ihowever, had been the cose with the reciprocity question up till about a year ago. Til! that time both Lib- erals and Conservatives were (Continued on page 3.) LISBON MOBRECIPROCITY ATTACKS I: JAIL t ______________ it Lisbon. Aug. attempt was nHi ul( loiln lo rdi isc UO political at Hie 1 unciro prison -in cm V moll it licked and ovcr- lilt sentllcs hut ;is the. iron- j. itc ucic hclnq ofi, the irmeil tlie clc- j Iiisuietnts in Hie army i TORIESfllT UrJAN Split in Conservative Par- ty in South Simcbe; Favor the Pact Cook'stown, Aug. imlepend- In tile main building arc fifty spec-1 .The painters and decorators are ial exhibits mostly by city firms. The ladles' exhibit in th-3 gallery fills the whole space and is a splendid show. .The showing of grains, grasses, roots, vegetables and fruits is remarkably fine and will heat anything ever shown before. The race track is in ideal condition, the rain yesterday having packed it admirably. completing their working today and making the 'buildings look their best. Secretary McNicoi and the direct- ors have everything well in hand and every provision is made to handle the large number of exhibits and tbe enormous crowds that are confidently expected. Al Morris reports that a" tho acts have arrived and. will lie the best ever seen at the Lethbridge Fair. MILLIONS TO BEAT PACT American Trusts Give Large Sums for Cana- dian Campaign Montreal, Aug. special de- spatch to the Montreal Herald from Washington, D. says Definite information that a final resort to the use'of a huge campaign Fund has.been determined upon to defeat, reciprocity in Canada, lias been, received, in ad- ministration circles hero. 'I Specifically, the lumber trust, .the I paper trust, and the beef trust, are in the field with any 'sum that, may he deemed necessary to buy the Can- adian electorate. Three Trusts Paying the Bills 'Agfjn, specifically, the lumber trust will spend one million dollars to sa.vc the on lumber which will; be wiped out, if Canada, in the pending election, votes in favor of the reel1 procity pact. The headquarters of the boodle funds will he in New York, not far from the offices of the. paper trust. .A SIFTON HERE AUGUST 29 jent Conservative Association is being] high official of Hie paper dissiUsIieti U organized for the riding oE South Sirii- JIM nl nico'dcd mui of their grade, as- j coe, for the express iiurposo of olect- nl led in T seciel meeting in the inuili o Rilcm tod There were l age nils present from different ins: :i reciprocity candidate to. tho House of Commons. 1C the Liberal party puts a mail iu