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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THUHSDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1018 LIH HBIUJ3GE DAILY r.EXMJD PAGE SEVEN Facts About Victory Loan 1017-18 [*552J6Z687] CANADAS TOTAL WAIL EXPENDITURE// IS APPROXIMATELY // ^ *875,00P.006ftvJSwi point and (ho strength of a cavalry division lining only' some !'000 mon. the HfraUwiBt ot the hn-akfnsi. rnblo cun soo Hint mnvlnj; an finny enrpft in koIiir to fnkn u wuifiirinrnblr* Umo. "All," Kiiyn thn hrllllniit H. II. 'I', "but. wo don't nniiil cavalry, ami or course, It's the i'UUii uilil horses tlmt take up nil thn room. I'd only icnnythinK except bayonets and Buns. As a matter of fact the lR.noo men or a illv-Itlslon include not much more thnn IL',000 swords. :--abres and bayonets (reckonlnR all the employed men and the. brigade and regimental hcadquar- BANK CLEARINGS 1817 mix ? > : : ? �> : it b� used ?initiltanoously tiie in of '.111-' :i Illlltli-i.'nailers, il -'i on lll-.e ;.r.I- t'-iig:ii of ii/ll /the 11! i Uu llljlle i .nil - onee nly thing i:ik' n to troop-: " i-irrum-i-toi Ai '. 'A e ;|[-(> !e Diiill i lnail en eiii):; can 'line can |of course be proportlonntely reduced | till the i; trains per hour limil is rearh-ied; bi'yond which it. Is no use going. ; unless you have an alternative line. The-.-,, remains for consideration (and ihe S. II T. can do a little re-' aeiircliing (or himself in tills matteri the questlou of transport by road. Here the points to ascertain are th. being armed with machine guns and are used frequently in quelling strike according to information reaching I lie American intelligence department. licorge Dewar of Timmins succumbed t.o gunshot wounds while on a hunting trip. In some unknown way his gun exploded while in a canoe CARTER'S IrOftHtAMCW. , FOt MUOUSftESsJ fOJICOffSTlMTfMJ tot*-rt Five hundred millions of dollars Is tho nmount required to he rained by the Canadian government lo carry on Canada's part In the prosecution of the war. The minimum amount which the minister of finance asks for is $300,-000,000. The larger amount will be raised if post ible. .. There are no _>) bonds In this issue. Five ami IS-yenr Ixmds will lie ttViilluble in thi' new loan. Tho .selling campaign for the new loan will begin Monday, October ".Kb, and will continue tintt) Saturday, November Itith. The details of the Issue follow: Through the prospectus of the ,'th Canadian war loan--the Vli lory Loan of 1918-the Dominion of Canada will nsk for a minimum of with the right to accept all or any part of subscriptions In excess o( that sum. lo he unci! for war purposes only , and to he spent wholly in Canada. The ' rate of Interest will he 1-2 per rent per annum, payable May 1st and November 1st, nti'l the denominations Jf.o, ' $100. $,*,no and $1,000. The loan will be offored In two inaiurltles-.Vyoar bond* due November 1st 1023. anil la-year boiiiln due November 1st. l!>aa. Tho Issue prli-o will lie 100 and ac-cruetl interest for both maturities, niaklug the income return .*> l-'J per  'lit por aiiiniui I'rovlsion U made � for payment in five Instalments as fol-I lows:. Ten per cent on application; ;o per cent, on December tltli. IMS; S� I per cent on January 0th. l'.UO; 20 per cent on Pobriiury Cth, 1919; ;!l.|ti p�r cent, on March fitli, tftl'.l. The lust pay-' incut of .'il.l'i iter cent, covers Jto j>er cent, balance of principal mid l.l'i per i-ent. ropresenting accrueil Interest at ; r> 1-2 por cent from November 1st to duo ijntcn of tho respective Instalments. A* a full half-your's interest will bo pild oil May 1st. IU19. the costs of tho bonds will he 100 and interest. Prlc� of Honda. The ms Victory Bonds uro issued "at par and accrued *3 Interest"; this means that all the i bonds bear Interest nt 5 1-2 per i ent ; per fear from the first date of the ap | plication period. .Vovetnber 1st; and; if payments are made by Instalments, i the appllcnnt has to pay the small sum ! of "accrued" Interest along with his j Una! instalment; this amounts to t,s ( cents on :i $a0 bond, and 11.11 on a i $100 bond, if tho applicant pays bis Instalment* on the due dales stated in the prospectus. Thus a (eo bond If paid for in full before November lClh. the date of the close of the nuhfcrlptlon. costs just the Fifty Dollars; u Sli'O bond costs One Hundred Dollars ami so on F.very bond holder will receive a half year's interest at fi 1-2 por cent per year on May 1st. 1919; that Is. on a $100 bond he will receive $*'.7:> Interest on May 1st. On bonds paid for by Instalments the interest will bn paid just the �ame on May 1st, 1919; and, to put alt buyers on the sRtne footing, those who pay by instalments will have to add the small difference- in Interest of t>S cents on a $f.O bond and $I.lti on a $100 bond to their final Instalment In the case of bonds paid for by Instalments the due dates and amounts of the lii -tnlm.-nt : would be: On a $;,n Hon.! $ '. 10 lo 10 ir.r.s On n ' $1011 llond. j 510 ; 2u 2U i 20 ! 31.1CI Gives Wife Adler-iTka! "My wife waH pronounced Incurable. by physicians unless operated (com-1 plicated bowel trouble.) I began glv- j ing her Adlcr-l-ku and sho Is iniprov-1 ine and I mean to continue until *ho is cured." (Signed) J. H. Underwood, Marian, Ala. Atllcr-l-ka expells ALL. can and sour-neBH, stopping stomach distress l.V-BTANTIjY. Kmptios BOTH upper and lower bowel, flushing 13NTJHK ulimentory canal. Tleinovoo ALL foul m.ilter which poisons Bystem. Often CUREB constipation. Prevents ap-pendlcltis. Wo havo boW Allle^lka many years. It Is a of buckthorn, caacara, glycerine and nine other simple drugs.-ff, D. Hlglnbotham & Co., IA druggists.-Advertisement. On Appilt atuiii .. Oil Dec. i*.. 191S.. On Jan. ti, ll>19.. On Feb. fi, 191H.. On .March �. 1919 Fvery cliUen can help. If It I* only in the courteous anil prompt answer, given to tin.' canvasser who Is charged; with the duty of taking tho appllca- j Hon. Kach canvanner has very r�-! sponsible duties to perform, and it' should be your endeavor to assist him.' Place your application with him, and > not through your bank. Tho banks j will have enough to do In other ways.  and It will servo the country's purpose j best if wo nil work with tho canvasser. I Food Will Win the War S�rvc your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada, The Canadian Pacific Railway mokes it easy for you to begin. Lanos $11 to $30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan to aiaiscsettlersonirrigated lands. Get full particulars and free Illustrated literature from UUM CAUCUS?*, Gail Safl C.f.l. U* SOS t�t St. r���, CALGARY ANCHOR-DONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow Far full Information apply to Agenta j or Company's Office, 270 Main �t. * * TROOP TRANSPORT > ss -, # iOii>* t*j�M*.MMl.�dva* are Canada's Victory Bonds Wm jANAOA'S Victory Bonds are the solemn promise of the Dominion of Canada to the holders that Canada will repay, at the time stipulated in the bonds, their full face value in money, and will pay interest at the rate stated in the bonds, every six- months. As a financial investment Canada's Victory Bonds are in the first rank of the world's investments because: -the security of the principal and interest is certain as anything human can be, being nothing less than the entire assets of Canada, the pledged honor of the people of Canada and all the assets of all the people of Canada, -they are the most "liquid" form of investment; they can be promptly turned into cash at anv time, ___________________ .� -they bear interest which, if saved and compounded, at ordinary bank interest rates would double the amount of the original investment in about fourteen years. They are also free from Dominion taxation, present or future. TX>] JR the investment of estate funds, trust funds, sinking funds and all other funds which by law or other necessity must be invested in unquestioned securities, Canada's Victory Bonds are the premier investment. Executors, trustees, municipalities an*! public service corporations and all others with trust or sinking funds to invest, can render to Canada valuable patriotic service by investing their funds in Canada's Victory Bonds. AND because of the high rate of interest they bear, coupled with their supreme security, there is every reason to expect that Canada's Victory Bonds 1918 will increase in value, when peace is declared-already in the open market Victory Bonds 1917 are quoted at an increase over the issue price. BUT Canada's Victory Bonds are much more than merely a sound money investment; they arc Canada's renewed pledge to fight the war to a finish, till victory is with the Allies and lasting peace is secured to the world. Every one of Canada's Victory Bonds bought by you is a new assurance to every Canadian soldier that Canada stands behind him ready to send him food and munitions, and to care for those he has left in Canada. Canada's Victory Bonds guarantee that Canada will keep on producing the food, the munitions and machines to bring victory to the Canadian, soldiers in France, and that Canada will keep the home fires burning for their loved ones while they are fighting for our freedom. CO when you buy Canada's Victory Bonds ^ you help Canada finance the war,--you help to maintain the production.of food, munitions and supplies which our soldiers must have. -and the money paid for these products helps to maintain business and industrial conditions by which the productive efficiency of Canada can be kept at high pressure. Your investment in Canada's Victory Bonds will be a link in the complete chain of helping our soldiers, helping the country, and thereby also helping yourself. Investment in Canada's Victory Bonds is sound business patriotism Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee in co-operation with the Minister of Finance of the Dominion of Canada ;