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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEJI1JKR 2l'. 1920 SECOND SECTION" THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL TRADES 1171 ACRES INNISFAIL LAND FOR 636 ACRES AT KIPP LETHBRIDGE, 4LBERTA, In.cpitc of'the fact of the reput- ation certain sections In the re- wind-blown area have gained, It Is remarkable to note that faith has by no means been lest in the possibility of good farming on them. This Is particularly denot- ed In a deal made last week, where a tract of land In Kipp has changed hands In exchange for land In the northern part of the province, and the farmer who made the de-! Is what Is known as a good and successful farmer, from of farming conditions In the district. To demonstrate the truth of what has been said comes the deal made last week, through the ag- ency of J. W. Wood and Son, The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Miehaell..} whereby Ed Tracht has traded 1070 acres of land which he ed In Innisfall for 63S acres in Kipp with the difference In value in the extent of the acreage. The price paid by Mr. Tracht for the Kipp land was being at the rate of an acre. This was paid to Carter and Suther- land owners of the tract for the trade in land whereby they be- came possessed of the 1070 acres In Innlsfail owned by Mr. Tracht. Mr. Tracht farmed at Wilson's. SWr.g some time back, and he sold his hgldlnps 3t a. very cnK- stantial figure to the Mennonites. With this he Invested .In the Innls- fail property which row he has re- sold, taking the 636 acre tract In Kipp as part payment at the good figure mentioned. I Xp.t Ions since the cost of lumber reached a .'dizzy altitude; bilKof glat- ami of'plumber called all SECOND SECTION Itr MAYOR'S "HORROR SCOPE" SUSY TRYING TO SOLVE Fun. fun and more fun IE going to be the keynote of the carnival