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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVF.MBER 28, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE, DAILY IIERALB PAGE THREE rnAT.SON-IN-LAW OF PA'^ ..-rPaBepii^an.AVhllewn^a't^  By Wellington BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated C�r City and,Country: Trip* Office Phono ............1206 RESIDENCE Phone ..... t088 ^lim TRANSFER Coal C.O.D, Prompt Service. Phone ,1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-36 o �> * ' : * > : > * >  ? ? ? RECONSTRUCTION ? PROBLEMS ? :' - � ? : ? ? ? ? : ? ? : : ::ery Frenchman Left Money for Man Who Would Plant Flag in Strassburg. Philadelphia, Nov. 20.- The first French soldier to plant bis flag in the city of Strassburg will receive $041.43 or more from the 'wHl of a French patriot who died in this city twenty years ago.^ Jacques *C. Aschbacher, a contractor and builder here, ^ was secretary of the French Association of Philadelphia. Like all French patriots, he grieved over the fate of the stolen pnfcvinces of Alsace and Lorraine and lived in hope of the day when his countrymen would rescue them from the Germans. As he grow old and the German' heel remained on Alsatian soil, Aschbacher prepared his \ViIl and iridluded in It the foUowlng clause: A "I give and bequeath $200 to m given to the first soldier, sergeant, or officer. In the-next war, whoever puts up the - first French flag upon the walls of the'city of Strassburg,-Alsace." He arranged for the money tp be given to the French Coiisul In Fhlla-i delphia and transferred by him to ' the Minister pf War in Paris, and placed at IntM-est. The interest � to date is J441.43, making ' the _ fund ?641.4S. T i The win made Oct. 10, 1897, is on ' file at the city hall here. Aschbacher died July^ 11, 1898.  . iherey to the weak, should guide this-, dugout expresses' sofee personality, congress, not passion ..or emotion." .i The phbtoferaphSTkri* pictures on the =, wall cha^^e. TheTeiOomes, it may be. I They have been so surfeited with war ' an?ustere man, rwho'frownlngly re-j profits'and gold that they have put moves those Kirehner girls, substi- ,,hm�rit�rt rii�trfiV.R*�hair "have . been [ jome Wnd or o�wp. _r,. Wonderful' -thingsyoappen in that PROPERTY FOR SALE ^hpn R opt vi tip Mention The HoraM HOUSES FOR SALE-We believe that we have a listing of'every good buy in houses for sale"In this city. We have had 11 years' experience. Dows-ley Land Agency. ' ' '246-0' unmerited distress'shail "have been i put ,10-the-'way,of; perfqnnatae.t:;i.^j i This duty of reQonstructl^ ahd re?; lief is more urgent^ than;!^,fanytKing ^could be except the checkitfgsdf Germany in its career of w-Ickedness.-iren.. millions are expecteUto die tsom hun- idkmt) cave. At Uie-.taijVfe' men write ' thp8,e, J8h ort d is cursive notes that 'tti^dniiso much to people at home. H^re they open their, letters eagerly, loiters from girls, parents, friends in ---------,--------- . othfer'parts of the Jlrie,- telling;' of ger in Rjissia this Winter, worfe-i^il-1 births^-deaths,' adventures. Here,' by lions will die from cold unl^sath'ey j caiidie-Hg'ht they pore,' ; oyer ti-ench-�ara clad and warmed. Billions; of J maps'In the: last few, faouca'before an FOR SALE-We have several, well located bungalows and houses for sale cheapand on reasonable terms of payment. .Call and see us. The CI., B. Bowmati 'Agency, Acadia Bldg. 273-0 money will be � needed to i'rretiuild [France and Belgium. It is ratlie'r the; i work of 'a generation than a year or two, and it is all a moral debt ,61 Germ.any.' Most of it Ts a.war. debt,; and Germany will shirk, it. so far.Las possibly. No one nation could keep-her to her task, and It Is the duty of. alt to help. Nothing can be suggested in, tenderness for Germany, but much may be suggested-In tenderness foch.er victims. It is-not in human powei';.th^t Germany lean do. forthwith what! shg attack; Here, too, a man imay suddenly decide to make his will, or to write a last ,Iettel' home, to be isent off if he fallS/Boqks have been written in odd moiheritsi even poetry; and,very quaint son68,.are sung, and stqrles from .Miat old'^wbrld at home. . At liight giant rats ,creep\from their hiding places, to hunt .tor crumbs of ])read.. sr. , > At any imoment of day or night there may, come stumbling down' the steps a runner, very much;'"put of breath, Owing to the fact that the producers have advanced the price of milk to us we are coinpelled to raise the price 4o the consumer to the following prices: On arid After Wednesday, and until further notice we will sell our milk at 6 Quart Tickets or 12 Tick^^^^^ $1.00 or 17csingle quart or 10c single piiit if without : � -'^ �� , tickefti^ �.^ v.- ;'\'"^'" It costs practically as much to deliver rpirit^s a Cream-Five ^/2-pint tickets for One Dollar. ' Wc fendeavor to give gqodsemce and appriedate any complaints and will endeavor tp rectify any errors or omissions. should do. But her victims cannot j wfth^ a message to the.xompany com-wait their turn. Reconstruction Is a; manner, or the platoon commander, mightier task, than any single year's and Vital decisions may have to be tak-campaign, and wilj.approach the .cost i,en down there at short-'hotlce. This is in moneji- and work of- a year's cam-v paign. It would nof help Germany's victims if Germany should print and Issue to them" German paper of �iany sort, or if the world should do the same. Goods and services are reqiiir- the, place where pr^epafetions for a stuiit-are'niade,'and �where-all the intricacies of trench doinestle economyl are regulated in auietervtinies. 'Dugout';'.the worftbilitgs back to one's 'minll' somettilhg ".extiraordinar- same., uooas ana services are requir----'"9.,,o"-"~"'"*"""*'f, ed, just-as they were'^ needed'for win- Uy viyiif. One sees so plainly the we)l nlng the war, and they can.be got'bnly known faces by candle-light, the Inmethodsresemblidg war work. That"flJwy^alls, the milddy table. The the natlons-Bhould-enter upon a pol- Ipcongruous song of the orderly in icy of disunity for individual' profit - the corner Is almost audible. vFOR sale-Modem cottage, close in, on two lots that are worth the price, asked. $550 cash .can handle. 'Also fully modern residence close in. Patterson, McKinnon & Belli 292-6 FOR sale - 24 roomed rooming house. Reason for selling sickness. RfiJtisonable for quick sale, cash or terins. Mrs. Kaufman, Southard Blk. 296-6 SOMETHING FOR NOTHING (?) ALMOST-One block (3 lots) in thriving town of Taber. Centrally located, assessed at $1,000.00. Tax^s paid to Dec. In., 1917. For ,$50.00. Owner going south, P., 0. Box'90^. : - , '296-0 FOR SALE-Cottage on-two lots, fully modern, two bedrooms, nice lawn, trees and chicken house, fenced. $1,800.00, $350.00 down, balance $25 per month. Includes Interest. Apply A. J. Blackburne and Co., Acadia Bldg., phone 1084. ,' 288-^-0 FOR SALE-1259 5th Ave. A. south, six rooms, fully modern, four lotp, south facing , and on lane. Will sell cheap and on terms to suit purchaser'. We have a number of other properties for salfe. N. B. Pekt ,& Co., 10 Rylands Blbck. 'Phone 570: 290-6 The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away.; a $100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. Phone 193a r / � 317 13th St. N. a: HAY AND FEED TRANSFER , STORAGE ".' COAL, C.O.D. Ca/iada' Food Board License No. 9-11108 ' 287-0 \AND FOR SALE �n'tioTi Tlpplylnc Montlos Tho IT�r-�M FOR'?SALB-$37,50 peF'acre buyaoTeo acres extra good land, lies fine, no stone or. sand, heavy chocolate soli. All been broke this spring and disced, four times. Fenced.. Wilson Siding' district. Reasonable terms given., Dowsley Laud Agency. 295-^ SITUATIONS WANTED WANTBDr-By farm 'hand, work,y.on farm for all winter. Good with stopk. Apply 718 17th St. North. 2&6'-2; WANTED-Position at once, by experienced cook, first class references. Write P. O. Box 39, Lethbridge., 291-6 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAF., NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALISrt- Office rooms 121-122 Ne^w P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Av j, and 2nd St. East. Calgary. Office Phone MVSIS. Residence Phono M2077 Interne and Hau�p Surgeon, Manhattaj Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Hqspltal, Hew York City, 1U1M914. y Spec'iallst to Cajflary School ~l3ns.rd WANTED-By male high-school grad-. uate, position In business hous. SBRVlCi: tl^ac uUM^Kirfufltftf.. tk^ily aajr our Agents Or-I. qOMPANY'S OFFJCE,^So* Blor ' . .--iv:..;r -^''^r;,:,-, a';.;^"'v.; . �^;^ rr-:-:-~:-�-rr-^--'--HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? ; The,.Hudson's Bay Co.. is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate.  \ On 3,000 acres of wheat land In 'the famous Monarch and Nobleford districts. ' , . - Having engaged in the automobile and implement business in Leth-' bridge, and wishing to devote my entire attention to same, I am calling for tenders for the following lands: ; Ail Sec. -8, in Twp. 10, Range 23,; west of' the 4th Meridian. i South half of Sec. 17, Twp. 10, Range 23, west of the 4th Meridian, i All Sec, 23, in Twp. lOl Range 23, west of the 4th Meridian. * All Sec. 26, i,n Twp. 10, Range'23,' west of the 4th Meridian. All Sec. 35, in Twp. 10, Range 23, wcfst of the 4th,MerldiRn. Northeast quarter of Sec. 1, in T\vp. 10, Range 24, west of the, 4th Meri-1 dian. This land .is a^^in excellent state of cultivation, and absolutely every: foot is tillable, with no rock. More th^n; one-half is nOw lying in summerfallow, j Will receive sealed bids up to December 15th .on'blocks of not less than IGO acres. Terms to suit pur-'chaser. ^ Seed, teed, horses and complete fanning ^equipment are also for sale. Possession -will he given April Ist; Any or all bld^ not necessarily accepted. All coinmunicatijpns strictly coafl-denttal. ^ Address H. e. Miebach, 1232 Third avenue, south, care of Ford' Garage, Lethbridge, A^lberta. , Adm L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer ' Day or Night Service, to^'ny Train When,Called. ' PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South' tractor Repairs JR'o speelattze !n reboring ga� tractor cylinders, and fittlne oversize; pistons, and /Inge, We have In stock at 'present oversize pistons for all; popular makes of gas tractora. � Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S,  -Phone 1732 CANADA POOD BOAM USEN8E NUMBCR'',2-�% AUCTIONEER � �. . .. - Long oKpertence in stock and farm macblhcry. Sales ponduct-ed ia any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY t COALDALE, ALBERTA ^ For Dates and'TRates Call The bowsley Land' Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1iS09 Sheet Metal Works �Winter will soon be here and bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Expert work. - ,  Hot air furnace work a spe* ciaity. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. & Lethbridge, Alta. --'-'^ ".- - % DRAYING Of All Kiiiiis WesternTransfcrCo. Uniited el'ii 'C. P. R. FrelgM W PHONU Ofrlee  11M taWiiv ".......... E ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contraetlnt; of en kinds. Agents for the World Famous - Deico Light Country wiring a specialty. 618 4th Avenue , 8oxl3S4 Phone 735, 32Q Acres in the Warner District Half under ^cultivation, goo;. Horses and machinery 'included, $1^500 cash; balance halt crop, interest 7%'. ^ CHAS. T. COUStNS ____SKIFF, ALTA. FURS-FURS-FURS ' ^ -Highest Prices"^ PaWV CANADIAN HIQ^ANbMBTAt'^ COIWPANY 220 2nd,Ave. 8. 264;P OONT * WHEN YOUrffAVE A I . , Please: nahFjt. ,  Sec'y Veterans' a# !>'"9; Phone 372 41 ;