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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THK uAILT KEHAIJJ CAGE THIRTEEN Many Questions Answered Regarding Victory Loan Mr. H. flarnoch, vice-chairman, for Southern Allicrla ol the Victory Loan ays he has been asked quMltoui ot Ibe followluK nature to that he the follanloK a psrion hoirow monoy to liuy Victors' Mossrch would answer: "You cannot maVa one dollar do the work ot two. owe money your lirat duty IB to your Juit debts. Thou it. u-111 bo up to the other follow to buy Victory %mqp .money Uiat you liave repaid to hliu." 1: have irlieat to sell, and Vnow Hist 1 -will hnire money to spare nnen (.1 .18 sold, (.be Justified In borrowJne tor tyq or months In order to bey Victory nd.: utilized of; purposes.'. This bushels Tv-hcnt, representing roughly. bob, nnuVbb-biporled, and'tne-on marVct- now open to It fa TlrllBln ai our AllfesJn.Europe. .This hot be "exported unless Ihoi'm: inin-hnsc Iho same Is raised- by th Federal It n ffirrilcr haa bushels, ol wheat in hla tor sale, ho cannotvwell .01- .pcct to got rid 'of'Jt-unless. ing .to buy1 ul--lea'3t-a" pronortlon dl its value In Victory llonds. To realize how necessary Iho Brit- ish market Is to Ilie'Cniiadlan larmer, consider what- would have happened to Canada's wheat crop In 1917 If ftr'eat Britain could not h'nvo bousnt rbcat In Canada on credit. -V-., Canada...does not sell the, farmer's wlieai to Great Drlloln for ol iolil, bill for S2.21 hardly, presume to doubt that nil that you say but what do our-leading farmers say about all ,lhls7. the eiact words of Mr. II. -W. oj.Hie.Untied F.irmcr9 of Allicrla, In a lelter that he Gtfil.-Oui.tD all the farmers of Albvta: '.'Tliprc Is .no to dvvell on1 the to carry, on this .Wo oil know Iho needs are so Insistent that every'nstlo'n'Is straining Its resources to tho uttermost to meet i tlie'rccnilrcmeiila! If .we glyp.onr hich to tmv cnusb and then fall ofi' Vc'couo.t 1 of 'financial backing, their blood will bn gn our.htsds. i "Ajl trdvlons Canadian Ipa'ns. have been SubacrJbed largely by B fcV weal- thy subscribers. Thc-.tlmc has come people must siibscrll "money. Is to bo buy tho products ot. our own fntmi rc- muncrJUVft prlccif. not f tut (calling- mgntyi va Loth'furnlsli (ho'slnowd bl (saf and i keep oiion Ihc pro- ducts, and thereby'Inalrilaln oilr pros- Hcslilcs, Is Is building Iho we linve ttie mbfTey "lo'spiiro wo will rp- i cclfo It bdclf, inK.rcil and ii'rlnclpal, 'nl-.a'tlmn' Whorf wo'niay'bo sorely. In 'nccd.nfll.' r "-I'-f 'VThq (ivo J Mlllona'oi ubllri-.'s'floatcd 'j cd by nii. r scrlbers. scallorcd all'over tho-coun' all cli'sac? bCpcoplc. Hyl fhls j ir.elliod the Iinrdon .pf financing eulls of (hla will {not j.hc' rcijllzoil tlio repayment. shartU hi li'y airthoao.Vla'Sfles.flml ami not all drawn to olio cfess pie or-91JO of ifio (oilntry. "Lei fis'bc tfiifally nhcl equally alouJ-Jn supporting t pitpular'loan Canada. We waat to nine u near to hailiuj at least' one bond lotted l4 uch MB, wouan. boy and In'Alberta- "Rach maa, iruman, boy aad girl nst do Uli or bcr'tlun-Jn nd them out on a safe necMsary cn- tbe aerrlce of kxh COUD- ,______bj hiTMtbw ta this 'Vio- ory Thos united, they will bread cMt >pon vatera tbat HI return to.jou. In a time I peat It Is all rttJit to talk to tie armer that bat wkat' It 1 am BMfcoant, or a ctork, or a or. a miner 1 If tamer atnwt net a mar- et for bis vtbeat yos will find It dlt cult to your you know oir macb better business has been Ince- tha farmers ticcame prosponma. 'ou know how you down U your expeneoc bcforo war start- and you know-, how difficult'It was o ftmploymeQ't or fb lln'i] work, io H U vp to you oow to pat your avlnjj lota T1610T7 Bonds, for that s vray ol taking a receipt sonw part of your earnings, and Gorcnunent of Cnnada will pay ou good .Interest .on ivhal you lend y buying a Victory Bond. You only three per cent, on your You knoiv.lhat our money Is safe la tho banker's Lauds. AU ol tb.o people of Canada, nd tbat Includes tho bankers, are he- Ind Ibe security at tha Government's Victory. Bouda, and tlia Interest they >ear 13'much bliher than bank inter-1- st, tao Oovu'riiLueut lake a uan's .wheat and caUlo .or -bis ;goods n his store, wltbout paying tho people will not buy; Gpv- irdmcnt the. Gavermaent B-lll ax you BO heavily that you must sell whoal and cattle ;oods to pay taies. Tbo vtll if Uiey irta the war.' it -win happen If I db not buy these remtt would be fhat the or- ders sent to Canada, by Great Drllaln would be Tna rolume of our eiportj vould Immediately mil- er as cmanot export .to any. other ountry on aocoont of lack of ahlp and the danger of the submarine does the piircbaae of. Vic- tory Bondi the patriotism of bo Canadbui people? citizen of Canada vrlio buys a, .Victory Bond registers his ap- urdral defending; o'nraelrea dtlien who auys a Victory; pond iMtffles to 'ova cluien -vhc hiiys" avjVlctoTT Bond contributes to wardsfrflGtoryVi citizen who bualnesli'wSftttkar.he to a BoannfJictur- er, a or procession ol men to armories IB the act was UOBt F. part to make aiuav. over 1000 luu gjenr. 1 ask yon Uio ,h_. pralrls provlnccii. Some of the trl- ihuuels, he declared, were showing conlsJerable .but In most SEIZE STEAMER of this klaU they were Inlluenc- San Francisco. Nov. British bj. ]ocal condllloiia. There was no etcamer Mautunga which Is believed I ,vay by whitu a trtbuns! bo dls- to bate been sclied by the craw ot the cipllncd other tlran by tho impeach- German raider Seeadler In the south I Ineni proceeding! which aro very rare- Pacific ocean. Is tnoughl to nave been Tho means of redress lay Mr.-Stlft, at- j solely In Iho appeal courts. J do public i further stated, that In UU opinion the BUY YOUR COAT NOW AND SAVE THE FIRST PAYMENT ON A BOND. STOCKS ARE LARGE AND WELL SELECTED. VALUES THE BEST EVER. captured by a British wai cording tp .Information mai here today by Caplilri JtcCleaieuls of men would be easily secured the auxiliary sclwoner City of Port-; by UIOEO available under the tlrsl and (rom Ilabaul, Solomon Islands, call. Tbe Urttlsh cruiser. Captain McClem- enti said .accompanied Iho City of Portland-two days out of nabaul on Its to till city aid sud- proceeded ahead of him. ,ao eliraW man, a floor aalpaT.'.a' a carpen- ter, a iuclilatst, or any bttiar kJtad of a tban the f! The- gover-BJOmi needs', tne or more of .'the aferaee' man. AH ptttHoU'oui and will PROGERJMANS ARE. AT ATHENS Pour days later lie City of Portland THUG KNOCKED HIM SENSELESS; TOOK MONEY Vancouver, Nov. Den- nett, manager of the Dow Fraaer'Pri- vate Bank at Durnaby, was knocked _. 1 an Island In tho 'South Pacific: senseless Ibis morning by a Ihiig who L spoke to a smaller schooner, the escaped with cash tQ the amount of master of which Informed lilm that ae had seon the 'cruiser the night be- fore convoying a steamer whoso dc- tallied wltn that of Uio Matunga Captain McClfments said the last of the Seeadlor'a crew bad been cap- tured. about J1.500. Deunett, who was alone In the bank, was found over thq counter wltli bis skull fractured and his jaw bone broken. nfslied to a lios- pltal where ft fs that his chances for recovery arc not very fcood. No arrests have been made. QTEEL TRAiNJs OA w Add To The PLEASURE-.Of Your ,TR1P By SAFETY -Athens', NOT. 23.4-About 190 pro- 'Gernlan been arrested, propa; ganilai, and dlffu'albll of -falsa' -'bewa. be-eipelled. s. AGENT SPECIAL LITERATURE: J. An., The SIMPSON CO, Ltd. RIGHT NOW we are showing the best and largest range of Ready-to-Wear of the season, in Coats, Suits, Dresses, Kimonas, Underwear, Furs, and Boys' Suits and Overcoats Women's Velour Coats at The best value 01 ilie season. Enough below the price of other stores to enable ihe buyer to make first .pay- ment on a Victory Bond from the saving. i Thcee Coals come In the viry latest cut, full skirts, submar- ine collars, belt all round, largo pockets, coif'buttons and deep cuffs. Colors navy, irinc, mulberry, sreen and taupe grey. Half lined. Stand- a'rd lengtlj. Selling now at each Swell Plush Coats at WlUi or Trtlhout Tur collars, rilcb "colored assortment ot styles to choose from.-' fall length, An Taffeta and Duchess Satin Dresses No two dresses of a kind. Each one a perfect model in a beautiful range of. the season's desirable shades, such as wine, mahogany, rose, Russian1' green, taupe grey, copcn arid Smart embroidered and braided effects. Price. to Silk Kimonsu SNAPS IN CHILDRffiS SHOES ChiWren'i A OF FOOTWEAR IN V -Zi to 5 5 to Chfldren'i 8 to -Not all in every line, but all sizeSjinrthe assortment.; j i v are genuine bargains in Classic and Ahrens makes; Forget to Buy Viitpry Bonds, r -V' NV The Best and Safest Investment Going. .Womien's French Kid Ckamois- ette Gloyes, Skin Gloyes.- Fiirs will be very scarce and hard to i Christinas fact a'jreat many ot lie popular fnra aro the.wlipleaale.inarket. They haven't the'. up, fox'and Wolf will soon up for Ihe season.'We B.UII have a very good line, of Jfoi and Wolf Sels and Separate-Pieces. iBlaclt ForSeti at NatonJ Lynx at at tad Anfora An Attaactive Stock of Window Draperies aid Bedding r t "i v f Cortaia Mubu In JTOTT, Paris and finer tttofUfi, at .-per. }-ard, Cretonsfci, yard .Engjjsh Cretonnes tod Sateens, .at perl S yard 5Oc ud 4fe Soft BlinkeU, in pure .natural patterns.-'" AA' C7 AA 90.VV, fl.WtO i .'Dowit QoOtf, Eafjisii nuke. pretty 'Guaranteed, all down, Finer Dowa Quife A COATS'AND SUITS THATrARE CLASSY jfim'.woreteih-amd'.: Smartly tailored from-but all-Voo! o__.'J SuJtj 1 Ofercoats-.... to Suits .v. to Far to 29. to AND CORDUROY BLOOMERS Slzct In ,4tock. BOYS' ilo.YS'' CAPS, SWEATERS, UNDESWEA GLOVE'S.' ,v If: ;