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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBElR 21, 1918 TTiif* LEITIBRTDGE DAILY IIERAXJ:^ PAGE SEVKr� A Victory Loan Catechism Q. What l8 tlio victory boan, 1918? A. U. iB Canada's second Victory lioan and fifth war loan. Q, What IB a Victory bond? A. It Is tlie promise of the Dominion of Canada to repay the lander the fium named upon it at the time Bt�ted. Q. Wiiat geciirlty Btands behind �in lifind? . ' a. Tho entire asseti and wealth of tho nominlou of Canada. Q. When was the la�t Victory I^oan raised? A. In November, 1917, when ?420,-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 great inhustrles at home. Q. For example? A. MUllona were spent In raising, equipping and sending forth the Can-ndian reinforcements. Q. How was the money speut at homo? A. Tn many ways. The British Government was given large credits and out of theae great orders wore placed In Canada for. munitions, wheat, spruce, salmon, and other things need-ad by the army. Q. Why did Groat Britain need those advances from Canada? A. They were needed to offset Brll- atn'a advances to Canada. In army expenses oTcrseas. , Q. How does the loan affect the people of Canada? A. Without It our war effort would coUapsa, our industries would suffer a great breakdown, our manufacturers and farmers alike would lose their foreign market. Q. What has the loan done for the farmer? A. It has iioiiglit the greater part of the wheat crop, and provided a market at good prices for his dairy and animal products. Q. What would have happened to these products without tho loan? A. Most of the wheat would have boon ufi.eold, tba prtco would have been greatly r�due�d, aad the cheese and bacon wonld have been a drug in the market. Q. Has Uie I^oan established any new InduitrlM? A. U baa rariTed sbip-bnildlng and created new and bustling Bhlp-yards on the shoqes of t))e St. Lawrence and the Qreat t�kes. It has bi^qught into being great plants for the making of aircraft. Q. What do tliese mean to tho country? A. Tho employment of thousands of well-paid men and women and 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 fightine allies and the Ridpath suit reflects the comfort western men demand. It Is sure to wear well because it will fit just right and tlieretore hold its shape. It Is made in a way and of all wool materials that are the best. "Knowing how" counts. It insures a little more than money's worth. T. C. Ridpath TAILOR TO MEN AND WOiVIEN 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 No More Hurting Feet Let Your Foot Come Forth and Gain 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 I