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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTUTJtfR 21, ItHR it-w LETimrunrjc daily imnAu? PAGE NEVISN A Victory Loan CatechismlENGINES LET LOOSE Q. What. Is the Victory Umn, 1918? A. it Ih Canada's second Victory Loan and fifth war loan. Q. What is a Victory bond? A. It. Is the promise of the Dominion of Canada to repay tho lender the fluin named upon it at the tlmo stated. Q. What socurlty standi! bohind the bond? A. Tho fintlro nsset* and wealth of the! Dominion of Canada. Q. When whs the last Victory 1'Onu raised? A. In November, 1917, when JU20,-000,000 was subscribed. Q. What became of that money? A. It has been used to prosecute Canada's part In the war and to finance, and carry on grnat Industries ut. home. Q. For example? A. Millions were spent tn raising, equipping and sending forth the Canadian reinforcements. tj. How was the monoy spent at homo? A. Tn many ways. Thn British Oovernnipnt was given largo credits mid out of these great orders wore placed In Canada for munitions, wheat, spruce, salmon, and other things need-�d by the army. Q. Why did Croat Hrltuln need those advnnces from Canada? A. They were needed to offset IJrit- aln's advances to Canada In army ex-ponsos orcrsoan. , Q. How does the loan affect the people of Canada? A. Without It our war effort would collapse, our industries would Huffor a groat breakdown, our manufacturers and farmont alike would lose their foreign market. Q. What has the loan done for the farmer? A. It has bought the greater part of the wheat, crop, and provided a market at good prices for his dairy anil animal products. Q. What would havo happened to I bono products without the loan? A. Most of the wheat, would have beon unsold, the prico would have been greatly reduc�d, and the cheese and bacon would have been a drug in the market. Q. Has the liOan established any new Industrie*? A. It liaa rerlred gblp-bnilding and created new and bustling ship-yards on the shows of the St. Lawrence and the Great Lakes. It has brought Into bolng great plants for tho making or aircraft. Q. What do these mean to tilt; country? A. Tho employment of thousands of well-paid men and women und their The Measure of a Man - There is a look of pleasing manliness about a Rid-path suit. It's attractively western. "Show me your clothes and I'll tell you what you are," say the French. Our fighting allies nnd the Ridpnlh suit reflects the comfort western men demand. It Is sure to wear well heeiitise It will fit just right and therefore hold Its shapo. It Is made in a way and of all wool materials that are the best. "Knowing bow" counts. It Insures a little more than money's worth. T. C. Ridpath TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN 407 FIFTH STREET S. PHONE 730 Chicago Foot Specialist is Coming Here At considerable expense and trouble, we have arranged for a foot expert to be at this store Monday and Tuesday October 28th and 29th for the convenience of foot sufferers. Examination and Advice Free Let Your Foot Come Forth and Cain Complete Comfort This expert, who is one of the Staff of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, the noted specialist and recognized foot authority is able to tell at once what the real cause of your foot trouble is. He knows feet as a dentist does teeth or as an architect does houses. Tfwtisa DIScholl Appliance orIh>ie^R^E\^fbotTn}iJot No matter how simple or how serious your foot trouble is, he can tell you (and show you) how to gain Immediate Relief and a rapid correction of the difficulty. Remember the dates. lie ure to come in. Everybody welcome. W. J. Nelson & Co. Sherlock Building Calgary, Oct. 21.-A millclous attempt at destruction of property and possible loss of life is reported this morning by Canadian Pacific, railway officials. Two engines that were standing at Alyth, a station in the Calgary city limits, one near the water tank and the other fit the coal chute, were started. The first engine collided with another onglnn while rhe one at the coal chute ran clean through tin; wnli of the round house. In each rase run siderable. damage has been done. The officials of the company positively state that the engine? were left, with the throttles closed and the levers on centre. When found the throttles were wide open and the levers on the forward gear development into highly skilled work era. Q. Does the r,oan reach widely in tho distribution of the money? A. It reaches virtually everybody/ in Canada. All the great industries are benefitted, �hi!e the financial and mercantile clashes all reap their shar,, an middlemen. Q. Why if it necessary to raisp the Loan In Canada? A. Ilcctiuse there is tie other plare to raise it. Our Allies are burdened to the limit, and we must carry our own load. Q. Why is Germany fighting? A. To dominate the world and irtmh civilization under her cruel militarism. General Von Bernhardt wrote years ago: "Our next war win be fought for the highest interns' of our country and mankind. World power or downfall will he our rallying cry." Q. Why is Canada fighting? A. To Have herself and civilizn'.Jon from this dastardly attack on ihc world's liberty. Q. What part has money mi this Tight? A. While armies of men are indispensable, no country can malt- war without "silver bullets." Washington, Oct. 2\.~Estimates and figures ahowing the success of the fourth Liberty loan poured Into the treasury today indicating that there were about 25,000,-000 subscribers duurg the campaign, which clos-e. oat'jrclay night and that the $6,000,000,000 goal was passed by several hundred millions. Although the exact number of bonds sold will not b� known for many v/eeks, officials estimate that It Is more than 30,000,000. In the '.bird loan slightly lc5S than 25,000,000 were bought. MOURN DEATH OF KENEX CHILD  The funeral of little Kthel May Me- ; Inlosh. daughter of Orville ;ind Mar- : giu-et, Mcintosh, whose sad death oi - I c-urred at the home of her bereaved I parents after an illness of a few days, I look place Kumlay afternoon last ,>t i three o'clock at While l.nlte Meiiio | dlsl church. There was a large alinndauce of re ' li:'ivos and friends and the floni! of- : finings were beautiful. Tho funeral service was conducted by Hew Mr. | Vanlble of Hanms. n prayer service ; being hold at. tho home before leaving | Tho funeral �crmoii was taken from 1st Corinthians and the l,"itli Chapter.' A beautiful solo was sung by Miss A Cardner, entitled. "Oh I.vve 'I'llh 1 Will GERMANS EXCITED Small Pill Small Dose Small Price Ottawa. Del. ifi. The following ae-! count f the unique advanttire of twoj Canadian airmen at the front, is fold .lames, official correspond-1 the Canadian forces in ihe HUN SUBS SINK SPANISH VESSEL Madrid. Oct. -1. 1 I la s as t .-The steamer .Vliiria, which had been rec|iti- sitioned by the Spatii-lias been torpedoed by marine, the Kpoca su> or was used in tra': phates to .Spain. government, t'.ennan sub-Tile steam-"Ming pho.i- N'ot Let Me On " The choir in attendance sang. Safe in the Anus of Jesus," "Asleep in Jesus,' and "Near er My Cod to Thee The deceased child was born at j Kelicx. Alberta. I", days ago on the 'Jlind day of Heptember and passed away (lit -lib. Her death was due ; tn congeitiini of the lungs The pall I bearers were. Almond Askew. Charlie � Mifflin, .foe Mifflin and Krnest. I'ot- � ey<. interment was made in White Lake Methodist cemetery. The neighbors ; wi-h to express llieir feelings for the bereaved parents in their hours of sorrow, : KKNKX FIUKNI.'S I "~"......" ! Carl Did. Me.riden. Conn. has | been summoned for trial on a i barge I of making remarks rellecting on the ' work of the Red ("ross. | by Fred ' en I with | field 'A few nights ago a Urltish machine ; was reiurning from a visit, to Oerinan ; positions when it ran into an antiaircraft, barrage about eight miles | from our front and the engine was j damaged For a few thousand feet , it. descended in a spiral nose dive and i liter straightened out. hut was forced , io land. j "Imuicdiaieiy the machine was surrounded by a number of belated Huns. , The pilot and observers were taken j prisoner but there was so much excitement among the Germans over tiw captures and interest centred in tiie bird' thai no effort was made to keep the two airmen guarded, so, taking advantage of the excitement, they quiclt-lly vanished into the darkness. One j hud a luminous compass on his wrist �and by the use of it the '.wo com-! panlons at once headed in the direc I lion of our lines. They passetl many j Germans ,hut were not interfered with and were not halted until they got in j front of an advanced post of a Tor-I onto battalion Tiiey then spoke their FOR CONSTIPATION have stood the test of time. Purely vegetable. Wonderfully quick to banish biliousness, headache, indigestion and to clear up a bad complexion. Genuine betrt Icntture PALE FACES Gencrtlly Indicate * lack of Iron In tbe Blood Carter's Iron Pills Will help this condition bust Kngllsh when challenged. They were told to hold up their hands while a non-commissioned officer from the outpost brought them Into our llnea, where their identity w.ih established. "They art now back ut their airdrome.-,." Toronto, Oct. 21.-One or tbe biggest onslaughts upon alleged Holshe-viklsm in tho city of Toronto was made by the police on Saturday night and Sunday afternoon when 44 members of the Chinese Nationalist League and -3 members of the Social-llemo-ornt party of Canada, the Democratic party of North America, the Hocial-Uevolutlonary party, the Ukrainian Socialist party and the Finnish Society .were arrested on a blanket charge of bolng In unlawful assembly. Pro-mlnent among tho ring leaders taken Into custody Is Isaac Iiainhridge, sec-rotary of tho Social-Democratic' party of Canada, who has been in trouble on sedition charges on previous occasions. Basel, Oct. 21.-Turkey's now ministry has boen completod. Tho mouthers of tho cabinet follow: Grand vizier, Tewflk Pasha; minister of foreign affairs, Ilefast Pasha; minister of Justice, Mayrl Kffondl; minister of public instruction. Said ' Uey; minister of finance, DJavld Hey; minister of public works, Zaim Pasha; mlnistor of supply, DJelal Muluhar Tloy; president of tho council of state, Racld Akl Pasha; Shoikli-UMslam, Hottloussl Kffoiull. PREMIER BACK IN OTTAWA Ottawa, Oct. 19.-Sir Robert nordon and hady Borden arrived hack in lho city at 12:30 today following a holiday in the Bouth. Both are looking in the beBt of health after the vacation. Shortly after his arrival, Sir Robert attended a mooting of the cabinet council. With his roturn. a number of important questions will be taken up. Effort win first be directed toward making a complete success of the Victory loan. BOLSHEVIK! STILL IN MURDER BUSINESS Amsterdam, Oct. 19.-Vladimir N. Kokovsoff, former minister of finance, ond Prince ShaUovoskoy, former minister of trndo- and commorco, have been Eummarily shot, according to a Moscow dispatch to tho Lokal Anzelg. or of.Berlin. They havo boen condemned to death by the peoples' court. FRENCH GENERAL DIES ParlH, Oct. 21,-(Uavas). - Tho death of Gon. Kduard Fornand Jamont was announced today. Gen. Jamont was born In 1831. After graduation from the military col-logo |n 1852 bo entered tho artillery and fought In campaigns in the Crimea, In Italy and China. In 1883, ha was appointed a member of the superior war council. Ho wus retlrod In 1900. FRENCH AIRPLANE BUILDER IS DEAD Paris, Oct. 20.-(Havas).-Leon .Mo. ratio, tho French aviator and airplane builder, Is doad. In 1910, Morano earned tho reputation ot being the blading French aviator. In July of Ihtt^ year ha established � new record lor speed and in September ascouded 8.471 feel, at that time tho greatMt height over attuinud y an aviatq* 9& On them the Shadow fell THESE, our little Canadians, born to freedom, to a heritage of happiness, Germany's greed would enslave! For they were heirs to Canada's boundless wealth-^our mines, our forests, our teeming fields-the Hun hungered for these riches of Canada.' In his plans for world power, Canada was not overlooked in the German scheme of plundering the nations. Doubtless there are to-day in Berlin plans for the apportionment of concessions of Canada's natural resources, plans for the government of Canada, for the policing of our cities, the levying of taxes, for enforced adoption of the German language as was done in Lorraine after 1871. and all the other systems of government by German methods. And a brutal German soldiery would have enforced those systems by which the people would have been enslaved and every vestige of freedom and independence destroyed.;.. If Prussian plans had carried the smile would have passed forever from the happy little faces in our homes. Our boys and girls-heirs to Canada's riches-would have worked as slaves in their own mines, in their forests, their fields and factories] The fruits of their toil, the wealth of Canada, theirs by right, would have been borne across the seas to fatten the German beast. < While the beast lives, his venom, his gall, his merciless, monstrous ambition threaten our homes, j Canada - young.' high-spirited, independent-must stand firm. Canada must use the wealth the Hun lusts after to crush him to earth. t Canada's strength, the united strength of each and every true Canadian, must raise the shield of protection for i the generations to come. / The call will soon come for more of Canada's wealth. It is your money that is needed-every cent that you by cheerful sacrifice and loving self-denial can lend to your country. 1) Be ready when the call comes to buy Victory Bond? luued by Canada'* Victory Loan Commit in co-operation with the Minittar of Finance of the Dominion of Canada 7 I - 771?9125 ;