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Like rushing water the power of money in motion
is practically irresistible.,
Every dollar invested in the
Victory Liberty Loan will be put to
work and kept at work. Every dollar will pay interest
regularly and every dollar will be returned. Mean
while, the Nation will be cleansed of debt, the value
of business improved and the country's prosperity
insured to all.
Victory Liberty Loan Committee
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two Aprils ago, when the Kaiser's throne commenced to totter.
Shall we forsake them now When, wounded and homesick, they need
us most? ' -
Shall we abandon them, or shall we stay with, them By buyin- Victory
Liberty Bonds? ;
Well, then, buy to your -fuHiimiL .fN
Victory Liberty Loan Committed :
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THOSE TRIUMPHAL GERMAN HELMETS
Eighty-five thousand German helmets, captured by allied troops in Coblenz, are to be awarded as prizes by'
federal district committees in the Victory Liberty Loan campaign. They will be given to Victory note salesmen mak
ing the best selling records and school children writing the best essays on the loan. In the picture shown above, taken
on the Treasury steps in Washington, are shown Frank R. Wilson, director of publicity (left), and Lewis B. Franklin,
director of War Loan Organization (right). Wilson created a panic in the'hel met market by buying the entire 85,000
allotment from the War Department for $1. It cost the German government more than that amount to. manufacture
each one of the helmets. V-
These helmets "were a special supply held in reserve for a triumphal entry into Paris. Eventually they arrived
tfctre by freight. .
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