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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK I.ETHBRinOF. DAILY HEKALT) TiiMilay, August LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Lethbi'ldne Herald'.'Pub'llthlnj Co.. lawful evening at IU office. Clx.th Alcirtn. Monnlit Olrwior and j rear, months, dellvored... J monlhfl. delivered.....I 1 .month. Delivered....... DAILY SUBSCRIPTION t jtir, Vlf Mil.........M months, hjr 8 by ..'desired but bMk must be ilTWf. Wf.t.KL'i HEKALU lsWeTw Wednesday eUsht. summary" of new, If the ud 1 rear In S lii ....lie I la THE DAIl V HIRALD FOR ML! AT Crew Drut S: Rooll Slorn. 0. Robaft tun fi Co.. JieaMB. Alexandra Hold. reoplei Stors Co.. H. w. Hamilton. Plnr.her p. L. McCrei. Broe. Rook Oo. Ftrnlt. E. ftr.-.j Beal Mcdlclnr. Cr.nbr.ok. AtcMm. L. City Dri'f Co. S. C. World Wide News Co. Bwwl -The JamlMM News i illvenlde Aye. ijll'C. f. n. Tralna, DURING the .lection campaign, W. lweh.na" will cialed with the editorial work of ducted by other member! of the The Exhibition ''HIS IS FAIR WEEK and today the Pair opens, although the formal opening does not take have" on exhibition samples of their splendid, -crops of grain, grasses, root: fruits and vegetables the busine-j-s men i -tll have splendid exhibits and the ladles place until tomorrow. The '-e.th have ,'mos, Ever! bridge ami District Agricultural of ,he Is fully iety for several years has' had Ihe re- j represented and the spacious build- of having the greatest fairliuBE that vere thought to be-ample lip Southern Alberta one of the -vears' Itest in Western Canada. But this they are used. -ucords. The sports and amusements in con- with t'hn fair promise to be I build-! the best ever. The arrangements for are taxed the first time yffar premises to STJie spacious new grounds, tilt nd t-ommotjMH new have been culled, >ml will occur ithroughout Canada on September >1. i'i'he prevent Liberal government under Uurior mlnliter chnmulonn the reciprocity while II Ihe Coiuerva. live pnrty under the of Mr. Borden. It would to be a foreione conclusion reciprocity will win In the Canndlntl. slectione by Vote of two to one. Why? Because this measure, will enormously stimulate Canadian HKriculUire (without in any way injuriilj; Canadian Canada haff every thing lo pain iiiid utterly to lope by reciprocity. is not loo. much to say that should reciprocity be indorsed at Canadian elections September .21, the ultimate result thereof will be to double Ihe value of every .acre. of..good .land.and timber and of every town .or city lot In the Dominion. Such a result eloiely approximates the policy which was privately ap- proved of by the grand-old of Canada, Sir' John Macdonald, during his private Interviews with James G. Blaine at Washington, when the lat- ter was secretary of state. Orange Judd Northwest Farmitead WHS the first journal in the States to point out that the pending measure was quite jug gives Can- ada the jug and leaves Uncle Sam only a small bit of the hanqle. Now, If Canada puts reciprocity into ef-