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DAVIDSON, president. a The Lands are Located in the Famous Saskatchewan Valley, Manitoba and Assiniboia. No Floods No Cyclones A Golden Opportunity 'feS Investor and Farmer ^?P" Purchasers of the Entire Land Grant of the Canadian Northern Railway E Best Wheat and Flax Lands in Western Canada 100,000 SETTLERS WILL G O INTO THIS SECTION THIS SEASON. will prove"at"once afjsoTutel y safe and extremely profitable:' The tremendous immigration that is pouring into this splen^ did, fertile country has never been equaled by any lanc| movement in the history of the world. One hundred' thousand settlers will go into these districts this year. The country is in magnificent condition and the crop yield will be enormous. The land is bound to double and treble in value, and the advance will'-be very rapid.- Our'advice is BUY NOW. : E*HP WW ~ ir '^^S1F. E. KENASTON, . V ice-President. ^i^* ^ c-i 3s" if M J& * -* ^ &<* %^js 3- aSf -* * J OFFER FOR SALE IN LARGE OR SMALL TRACTS THESE DISTRICTS WILL RAISE THIS YEAR OVER v y Wil l find in these lands an investment for his money that it aoes not require much space to convince you of the advantage, this privilege gives early buyers who can now have the pick of TWO MILLION AG RES of the choicest lands in all Canada, the most marvelous agricultural country in the world. The prosperous days are just beginning for Western Canada. The tremendous immigration that is now on and the bountiful crops that are now assured will advance the land rapidly. Do not delay until this advance has started. BUY, NOW* vjw, n L.X L? jQeneralipffices: 1305ya^lcsoiiStreetfStePaiiL Minnf^ S""'."V^ %& m M T*ri &m 4mff For maps, price list and detailed information, etc., address T affit !& . aSEL 5S6 |^-^D.'H. McDONALD, Treasurer. s^^^-^:,t^l J l J. A. McRAE, Secretary. LIMITED OF THE #i'/ 4., I 'A im No Droughts No Failure of Crops -3s r~-1 opportunity to get as good land that will produce more wheat of "better quality than the land he now operates at one-quarter the price. This is the finest prairie land in the world, " with a soil of Rich Black Vegetable Loam with Clay Subsoil, and needs but the plow to make it yield a competence and a fortune.. Sell your old farm, buy a bigger one in Western Canada, and put the balance in the bank. This is your opportunity. Grasp it. ^y i '*-. V "i 4 -*' ~ ^ | -^H* 4 I ~\ Who owns a small farm or high- i limi lift. J priced land will find here an F ** *. ^j M^- Us* ! i tfS^ a s -.^ %,