Excerpt from The Irrigation Age, Vol. 25: November, 1909
It is estimated by the Tribune Company, having the exposition in charge, that there will be an attendance of at least people. It is assured that those peo ple who visit and study the exhibits carefully will do much toward advertising the West by explaining what they have seen to friends and neighbors.
The Tribune has been liberal in its expenditures and is entitled to much credit for the manner in which the preparations for, the show have been handled.
It remains to be proven that their estimate is cor rect, although the West trusts that their expectations may be fully realized.
The irrigation age will be represented by a booth on one of the main aisles, and its many friends are invited to call and make themselves at home. Many thousands of sample Copies of this issue will be dis tributed during the time of the Exposition, and will, no doubt, greatly increase its paid circulation.
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