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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT DAILY MONDAY, NOVEMHKU 17, HARRIS, Managing Director C. S. NOBLE, President C. CRANSTOUN, TD. HARRIS-NOBLE LAND CO., L Offices: LETHBRIDGE, CALGARY, NOBLEFORD, EDMONTON 318 7th Ground Floor, Sherlock Block 408-9-10, Grain Exchange, c-o Noble Foundation, Ltd. V Jasper Avenue Land Agents to the Noble foundation Limited, of Nobleford, who own and farm acres, and are Holders of the World's Record Wheat Crop Special Notice WE ARE IN COMMUNICATION WITH A LARGE NUMBER OF FARMERS IN THE UNITED STATES WHO INTEND PURCHASING FARMS AND RANCHES IN THIS COUNTRY AND OUR ENGLISH REPRESENTATIVE HAS SEVERAL MILLION DOLLARS AT HIS DISPOSAL TO PLACE FOR INVESTMENT IN CANADA. It Is Not Our Intention TO BOOST INDISCRIMINATELY ANY PARTICULAR DISTRICT OWING TO THE FACT THAT MUCH CAPITAL HAS BEEN MISDIRECTED IN THE PAST AND MIXED FARMERS HAVE BEEN DIRECTED TO GRAIN GROWING DISTRICTS AND VICE-VERSA, WITH POOR RESULTS. Irrigation Farmers THERE is A SUITABLE Grain Growing or Belt 'FARM AND PLACE IN. THE, We can recommend the soil sooth and east of Lethbridge to'be PROVINCE OF ALBERTA tie most suitable on the continent lor Irrigated Farms and exper- 77I7I7D V ienced men in irrigation wffl do weD to look this country over, also t1 Hi V JL the lands which will come under the new irrigation projects. Mixed Farms For tie man with snail capital ad the yonn? man starting out in life the experienced Mixed Farjner the country immediately tribu- tary to Calgary and nortk to Edmonton can be thoroughly recom- mended. Some of the prize'stock of the world has been raised there and sever any shortage of feed. Tphe success of Alberta in future depends upon ed capital and fanners being properly directed. The Harris-Noble Land Co'y, Ltd., wffl spare BO time or expense in showing investors and intending settleu toyir the Province with a view to assisting lhem{ to select the district for which they are adapted. Our ex- perienced salesmen and organization can assist you to make a selection from 'the following farms In Southern Alberta we have a ditricts extending from Nobleford north to Aldersyde and south to' Macleod on C. and E. branch which, if cultivated along scientific lines will compare wHUany dis- trict in Canada or United States for growing No. 1 Wheat. We have figures covering a period of six years which has given returns enabling fanning companies to pay dividends of W% over this per- iod and many hundreds of individual farmers who have made good. Success calk for scientific farming and some reserve capital Re- turns from elevators will give intending conclusive dence. en- Ranches and Sheep Range These are scattered over the Province, both >3ortt and south, both claiming particular advantages. Grain District acres adjoin In ff Village of Baron; 300 acres summer fallow for 1920; 20 acres eeeded lo rje; 20 acres In pas- ture; balance of 300 icrn had first gmit lateii off thla year ator luramfcr-fallt-w. Soil black loam and clay subsoil; finod valer and whole section la fence1! IIOR wire two.barb, wires efcoyn. Good ret buildings consisting of -house, tarns, granary, etc. .This 13 a first class era In farm which has produced results far In advuco of Irrigated land. Prlcfl and terms quoted on application. acres, sii miles west of Nobleford; flrit class buildings; best ol t and the whole of the lar.d la In a high of cylllvalion. Mora than on a half Is ready for crop next year. This farm hw.nlso prodaced yields which -would en- jible__the owner lo ask 4150.00 an' acre 1( situated In the Western Slates. We hare been instructed to sell this'firm as the OWDBT is retiring, at "an acre, with machinery and equipment iDcludfld. Wrltu few further particulars. aectlou of first clays wheat land wllh a .record .for production that will compare with any on tho Weile'ra Contfcemf, This la la" good elate cf cultivation wllh large a crease of sum- mer (allow. Go oil water acti good bulldlogg. This farm producei every year. Write for price atd te'rme. GRAIN have a good so Jectlon of grain farms In districts which have ncrer failed to give less than ten bushels and as high as elily per acre. Good farming and su mm erf allow will do iMs, will he glad Lo mall our list to ticularly In the district Xobleford lo Vul- can- end Clareaholm to Qranum. have also a number of llrsl dass rrafn farms io rent If you have the equipment, write us for U3l, Irrigated Farms hava a block of acres in the besL irrigated country In the west Complete water system, dams and ditches have been arranged, aod 3jMD acres can'bc irrigated this year. Tire waler sup- ply is guaranteed, and this would make one of the very best blocks for colonization purposes. The Canadian _ Pacific Railway have settled the district, around with ex- perienced irrlgalcrs" from -the- SLstes. Tor. full particulars kindly wrilo us. acres highly improved land close to Lethbrirtge with full waier right. We have figures of the returns, from this land which" lias paid a-large dividend for Eeveral years. acres, rniles from railway points; all tecced and cross-fenced; good black "loam, clay subsoil. Auout acres under calthaElon; 1S5 acres of this summer fallowed 1913; 40 acres fall rye; 70 acrea breaking, balance In stubble, most of which, hp.d.cnc rrop since being summer- fallowed. All can he brought under cultiva- About, 60 acres which 13 cut by Irrigation ditch and used a part as. pasture. 600 acren of thla land is irrigable hy the .C.P.n. dftch .with a water rental of 60c per .'aero per annum. About worth of hulldingi. Th'-e house on Ihi5 farm- recently hurnctj, hut .there are several good I ill ng 3 consisting of houses, fl tables; large granary; cattle sheds; machine sheds.'1 Ahop; engine house; chopper house; hog house; hen houses; calf, pas- tures- hog''paslures. Garden plot with nice grora of Ircea wllh woven wire.