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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta '-ili'jc two Hundred and Thirty-one Thousand People Visited the Made-in-Canada Exhibition Train An ra, of tbe aaxk-ui-Onuu iihibiUci Trtia takea Wet Ih. toy Uv. Ml T-iorto on frth-.T. Fort William, lhe WHtcrn PrevlreM, Thl ifcfcc top of the tnum indksUed thiv Exhibits" irTtlie vmrioui can, special ebnsirtid elirvsn can of. car and two deepens. MORE ATTENTION TO MIXED FARMING rid thus Improving his country, whlli latter worked only a portion o: he year In producing grain and thui radually Impoverishing thev lani pproachlng he mus1 ell out and move on to pastures new. Another banker atated that niliec arming was the solution chid iroblem of the western provinces. "If every farmer la Alberta woiiK become a mixed farmer and "stock raiser 'as rapidly as his means wmiU permit, the days' ot cheep graia ttie produe'UJrneas) ol buU content farms' would i bo thsi.-nonl'prospeTOu's arid, ed people in jfqrl Saskatchewan "Conservator? .wblct.-- states' in nutshell -'.hV' genera! opinion'of the people and" Sasyatchewan a'lderatlbfl to an 'adequate' mixed farming products" fofthe.homj." In discussing troestion a pro mlnent. Alberta' fanner made tie foV lowing ohserrallon: four 'months ago' com? i-.i I rm purchaaed 75 .carloads 'ol" I- a toy, aid' y'el I to supply their' brden. -_ be brcBgit about through the co- work- this -entails In the reading examination" of compositions ou operation' aid i'harmbny' of interest at tbli they' Immediately felt In Agriculture and Manufactures line- with' tfo'1 'suggestion welcome. yon, gentlemen, and ex- What the on the Madt- their hearty cooperation.' This gave tend, to you the ot the_ Shopping in-Canada Train observed during their tour through. Western .Canada point' to. the .ytslt of. school pupils to Ihe trained to the pupils themselves How do local! 'points observe a visit Vihibiilon to their toir'n TrM'more than a holiday, It was Id most places the residents At Ml'ttops during grains this year In the. West, as endeavor quite.jiroperly to reap some served along the route of the Made- a step cade by Hie TaBonii.'c'lase'es'wer given a holiday tn-Canada train Is only- one of many and In -aloft .cues inarched In cl; the local' hand. The senior uiiplls who Herald In. au article headed "Let Us Hayo says that tho jeople i: u.x1- In hand cial situation now are" mainly "found mpatlMtie.Intmit In.iKs i AH-Atcnf UM Rooto ThPO; exhibition gleaned.from tljelr pw among the agricultural, pppulatfqn Ullers of the .soil in' Aberta vhlch'has been raising live stock and train, and incidentally Is an profitable.'as they are to-day.'-'. One of the best argument iu favor''of the Herald's c-impaign fc tbe'se jrrilUn competition must -.A to the.suh- nfuced farmers as" against grain grow cxcluslvcly is supplied to Eaitera'CaiidJ only a'cbinpai'atlTely rrc i wiiVV of into a grvat'vt Ediwnton al! cuu'.e ivtcr tht '.rn11 tlim. pulki: p..-jvn t! knj Hut." lii.n> as-iii- p-i" I, '.'i- lot. baVjtiti "Cnadla4.'cltlien-" bia the twoVbeit ftporta -to the Canadian' Home Markk and.c.'.-. ing -J.11! parts 1. Ibe Westara, ProTlncei. and bs'glTen1 an; dntry .that seeks that 'i Here In Winnipeg, and Western Can- n'.sv :.'.iii.iaiM tducatlng 'to ;the mnuntr.' trutajTrtth IU repre; atatlye faeCarr prodocU '.Uie jwople tkat to.'bYt frett uatloa ii. and livestock be the .basic Home, larket AssplcatJoi.is'1 an .iin-. portant.feature which attached, this year jlslt of V.sJe j Carvj Exhibition, "train and. iainafactorlaj, ten only In ita i t pi a'ce's Vn Ih Is.- year's s'ci edale; -_ th at of the many 'maniofacturtng indoatrlef points .outside. 61 .clUei, the, f factory ,iW Can- datlon amited for a series b Ih- uf niFt'urtnal -lens bai adYliw all the 'opening tfp of i V country .We. believe In 'Home Xarketi thaV at ill porfU" .ttV iirtTiJ Trmia skoaid aid 'ai enthwlaatto crowil, ira'.r. a aira'.lp ar- ranged nbib'.l of rraJa't-d ntferr !oral These had bm d'sm'smd ratrr.alu-l t 1 o inar.y a pr'in we kta aurk lu lie I iaisV. l'i'. o..: hoiif kitsatis I vko'ban ITrwi !n OaUrU and -.ImG tte 'Vaiara fniM B.JI' I appnrta'rd Uit' tbt Kctarls Is Ih- r'.'aj i tUlkm': M li of coomm eirerr and trnr pc.r.1, o; iilaa. H. ar.d II. L. j fit uf the. of Trade. :be roihx'-t. adurew I V, Mr. II D fi oo :raia: ,y ar.d kenie, and the mup.kipalHy. of Sooth Haw Ptviflc Norfolk, we beg to and shipping .and 'applet and other dial welcomt to our .town. We elate tlieimifnal .to'" eii'br brlnjinr Wf me 'tie' plctnrea tkowiw< niaJlatlc: .Tbe pie. of tamtlUr to the lentlr The fi aiu then showed "sodlssice of. ie ScpUa wen oawwo'at a 'of 'other-' prbr the of Ihe great fife oaiie1 rJM Wen Bade by qtffinil eoimVry 'u salmon Uahlng 'and drirliig' ii In your bee to ilraVyoir tbla; dittrjct eWetti W BrIUsb Coioaibla1 .tWrwi -oi! tor ajrtcBltural "other ntoatsliU to faailliar to toe 'Maailob., and CiuirMU) Mtibt Ue ftthopt. Beard V; 'tvi, ;