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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUTOMOBILE SECTION RALD TRACTOR SECTION LKTMBH1DGE, ALBKHTA SAT! BDAY, MAIICH 30, I'll8 The Automobile and the Gas Tractor in Southern Alberta UK AUTOMOBILE AM) THK GAS TRACTOH! Choline, kerosene. distillate!. Farming in Western Canada revolutionized! That's why the Herarld is today issuing its second annual sprint,' automobile edition and combining with il the farm tractor. The two go hand in hand. What the auloniohile and the auto (ruck are doing for farm Iransporialation Ihe gas tractor is doing to speed up operation on the farm. One need only drive through districts of Southern Alberta to be convinced of this contention, and he convinced at the same time that Southern Alberta is leading Canada in thus modernizing fanning. Mow iftany farmers in Southern Alhcrta ihere may be who own automobiles then' is no blue book to say. but there are thousands. Kaslern experts have been trying to figure il out, and in a .eneral way one has arrived at the following: 'There are many ways of profitably analyzing the dis-" cars bv makes, bv territories, by values. A - no one has hitherto attempted to show Ihe dis Iribution in the rural communities and in the smaller r as Ihe writer is aware, the percentage proportion of cars in places, in each province, with a population of ,"),()()() imd under, is as follows: Alberta. 7-1 t manciai Iribution o places, so I; per cent; British Columbia. I per cent; Manitoba. 50 per >�� nl; New Brunswick. 72 per cent; Nova Scotia. r>:') per cent; Ontario. 50 per cent; P. K. I.. 53 per cent; Quebec, 12 per cent: Saskatchewan. i ^ "iiutiii 11� | / v wi 11 n r> ll'.ltu 1 u I in JtlilLHMfL. AJH- liilClOl U1M1MJUUUII ile distributor. And what more natural? Are not the tractor and the automobile the modern inventions that are putting ialized business men? Arc they not revolutionism" farming and helping lo make Ihe settlement, of our fertile Southern ^*i- itllllKlftt iV. iiiflEwiHiiBiiiwiAyBiMigM' nisi: mi mm mm III! �Jtali fcliifiiiiviiiioinflriw 01889111 WIT Hlfjllfllttt rrrrrcw*' Mir �Y lb V. 7 ;