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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta The best and cheapest tea in the bar Blue Ribbon aH How The Soldier Of The Canadian Army Are Paid I The following is the timetable for the departmental examinations i Vade June Reading Regulations Lit eratnre Composition and Mensuration Rapid Cal culation History and Civics mar Agriculture Geography Fri Orthoepy BELIEVE ME If you are looking for substan tial home and one that will liter ally pay for the I have a proposition in a class by A nine roomed residence standing in two lots 52x125 lot adjoining sold for sub stantially built and so arranged as to allow for renting of at least 5 rooms without slightest incon Three splendid sized iwith kitchen and porch on ground floor 5 good and all priv barn easily convertible into garage at You can draw per month and at the same time have ground floor entirely private for own In a few years the income will pay for your You can handle this proposi with The balance on your own The price will surprise delay but see me at FRANK WADDINGTON Building 10th Phones and Spelling Grade June Regula tions Arithmetic aud Mensu ration X June Regula Literature i 12001Drawing Tuesday Botany and Thursday Geometry 19 Physics Fri History and Civics Grammar Grade Regula tions Literature Composition His tory istry Agriculture Grammar German Authors Grammar Latin Authors Grammar 11 Authors Grade Juna Regula tions Literature Shakespeare and Composition I Tuesday Algebra i English Lan guage and History of Literature 3 Wednesday Literature i Palgrave metry Physics Hlstory June Grammar German Authors 1 Grammar j Latin Authors Grammar French Authors GENERAL DEAD June Robert jfichie of the American died in a railroad train near Rouen yester His death was sudden and un expected as he had not Juno manner In which thp ftiiBnces of the members of the Canadian expeditionary force are handled reflects the greatest credit tm those In England responsible for the administration ot the Canadian forces overseas The financial arrangements of hundreds of thous ands of Canadians are attended to by the staff of the Canadian Corps at and by its the paymasters with the various units throughout the Mritish Isles and on active The service runs like clockwork nml everyone of over men receives his pay on the very day ot each month wHen It Is The men are paid in The pay and allowances of officers are placed to their credit In This ar ticle will deal with the manner in which officers financial arrange ments are It is a great thing for a man to Know exactly his financial stand j to know that no matter where he j his money will be on deposit at his i bank at the end of ench month to i meet his This is the case I with tite Canadian There is never any deviation from this consequently Is no cause to worry about finances through uncer Xo matter where he may be or what he may be the Cana dian officer knows that he can pres ent his cheque In Palestine or MORE TROOPS ARRIVE June is officially an nounced through the chief press cen sors office that the following Canad ian troops have arrived in England Engineer training first first Que draft second second Quebec regi ment draft Montreal second battalion Eastern Ontario regiment draft Army Service Corps Army Medical A total of HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her produc don of BACON HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a worldwide short age of Good markets for some time to come are THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire live Ml Lethbridge Branch What Cash You Need When Travelling more when large sums are best carried in the form of a Letter of issued by The Merchants This old established form ff international it preferred by many experienced travellers because of its absolute Letters of Credit are cashed only by banks or banking and after the identity of the holders is established to the satisfaction of the bank This insures and guards against lou and MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office OF LEIHBKIDGE MONARCH NOBLEFORP Established Acting Actio V II lo Egypt with absolute knowledge as to the state of hie bank And is equally he knows that proper assignments have been i made to his or or credit j as the case may This relieves i him of a very real cause of I When he is promoted or receiver a staff the readjustment j in hie pay is attended to by the pay office automatically on the authority i of Two million dollars passes through the Officers Pay Department per i There are four i teen trfousand including one thousand eight hundred nursing sis i money is deposited in 1 different branch All pay office j ledgers relating to the payments are i balanced at the end of each j just as in Canadian The money Ms deposited about the end of the All accounts are balanced I every cent is accounted and the I pay list with all supporting voucher i and authorities are then handed to the departmentof the general auditor to be i All pay sheets are compiled on clol Iflis and cent6 and converted into sterling when the pay is deposited in j the A cash book is kept with the details of the account and the general ledger is kept showing allo cation of all As the officers I are by Canada in Canadian 1 money they can always have their pay transferred to Canada With exchange present rate this is The chief authority for or changes at payment of money to of ficers in the Canadian forces is the i London Any changes must i be recorded there baifore they can take effect with the pay Trac ing up and following out these noti fications is exacting and I When units from Canada their pay sheet is produced and is sent to London to the Chief Paymas I This shows the standing of an j officers account in detail and fur nishes a basis for further arrajige I If an officer comes over frrmi j Canada as a he brings his last i pay If neither the pay Sheet nor the laet pay certificate ars the officer must make a per sonal He is then pliced tentatively on the pay pending information from Jt is neoessary that the pay of lire keep in most intimate touch with of ficers so thaf occurrences that affect their may be instantly booke 1 Men who are appointed to com missions and taken on officers pay after ihe adjustment of their I as the account of a man in the ranks j has to be certified to by the branch of the pay office The pay office is advised when he reports for fluty as an officer and he is taken on i for messing allowance from that j If an officer be killed on the first I day of the month or subsequent his pay is deposited for the whole i A list of officers about to sail on every ship bound for is sent j to the pay The last pay certi ficate for each officer going back is i then made This shows the last j payment which he has On i the strength of this he can draw I money from any divisional paymaster In Canada by presenting this certifl 1 payments are registered on i the back of the certificate so that the 1 account cannot be Thvi account is adjusted in or on the return of the officer to England Separation In regard to officers separation al lowancM WlvoB aud wldowei mothers are the principal ones elig Mothers must make a statutory I declaration before a to thn ef i ffct that the son is the sole support an officers wife must produce her marriage The nursing alstera separation allowance is pay able only to mothers to whom they are the sole The Officers Pay Department keeps In close touch with It is the surest channel for tracing those who are Often when an officer is reported missing in France the first indication of his being a prisoner in Germany will be the appearance of a ohfifk nf the The bank Imme diately notifies the pay in notify the Record The nextofKia are then at once inform Whether an officer be in the trenches or a prisoner of war in Ger he need only present his cheque j to get the The paymaster or I field cashier In by the 1 continuance of an arrangement In ef fniM hefore America came into the American Express Com panys ayentH in Germany honor Can adian officers Officers iu the trenches are sup plied with whnt iuo known ns chit which are renHy cheque limited M to mitnber and The Attention and cure bestowed on nil to Canadians I who have been tnkrn prisoner of i are of special Officer prlson 1 era are allowed to draw by cheque much as they like up to As as word comes through that a Canadian officer has boon prisoner of tho Bank ot Mon or whoever receives tho first unification adviaes the Canadian Red and parcels of food are at once With regard to spending the demands ot the officers Some draw some and some n This money does not go to direct to but is credited to the acount which they are permitted to have with the commandant of the In ternment They can draw with in the restrictions laid down for that particular Kunds necessary for clothes and things of that description are but even of ficer prisoners cannot buy The German people themselves are un able to procure Soap or bread will buy more in according to the testimony of prisoners of than Dudley Manager of lie West End Branch of the Bank of where most ot the Canadian officers business is carried has al ways taWn a very close interest in Canadian officer prisoners and has kept in the closest touch with them in everything concerning their inter Department of Oftlcers Pay is under the same handicap as the other departments in the Canadian Pay that the main work falls on a few experts most of the staff cannotwork with the speed o highly trained military bookkeepers If Be staff were composed entlrelj of healthy expert i would be reduced by nearly the fact that men whr have lost their health in serving the country are thus enabled to be em is an important consideration Under Sir Edward Kemps udminis particular attention has beei paid to the efficient and fair use o V V June asked in re gard to the situation in the country and the crop outlook Minister of said today I dont like to talk of Everybody in the country is now really sick of especially when the authorities at Ottawa seem to be do ing everything they can to lessen The people dont understand why the farms should stripped of all the finest young the average one j of whom is worth niore to the farmer than two or ordinary laborers in view of the fact that they can see the country full of more matured men knocking about and a great many engaged in nonessential If the farmers never haJ been given exemption there would be no They were given encouraged to make ditures and undertake bigger opera j and in the time of seeding they were wanted at the We often have been told how nee essary it is to keep up the morale the which is very out it is almost asnecessary to keep i up the morale of the farmer and the events that transpired recently at Ot tawa had the opposite The crops looking con cluded June official note de1 scribing the by American troops in the fighting at Jaulgonne and Chateau Thierry says Only few units are involved at particularly machine t but at the points where they have been called upon to fight they have won the admiration of the French troops with whom they Their help7 was what we expected from i gallant full of enthusiasm j and ardent We may hope everything from The papers also Condemn the man agement of the case by tho presiding Justice whom they charge with permitting irrelevant agaiiiKt public men to be in with no chance given to them to speak for SAYS APPOINTMENT INSULT TO IRELAND New June ap pointment of Sir James Campbell us lord chancellor of Ireland as announced latt niflht In a cable dispatch from London was de clared here today by OCon to be an open and violent Insult and provocation to the Catholics and in AUSTRIAN OFFENSIVE TO START FEW DAYS Junt es from Rome Hid it WM believ ed the Austrian offensive would start within few The it was bring ing up about sixty of their best Divisions and are massing cavai fy on the lower most luscious fruits flavor the 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