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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page^tght iiiE l?TITbridge daily herald --1---i ,1 I, J ^ .J.----E! THURSDAY, JUNE 6, IDll 'I! i m BLUE RIBBON 4 The best and cheapest tea in the world. Blue Ribbon Tea-through. bar none. British aH 15 How The Soldiers Of The Canadian Army Are Paid R Tilt' folloiviiig 15 the timetable for tlie (leiiarniicntal examination?: (Vatie vni.-Monday, June IT.- Reading ResnlatJons (S.4."i-'.i.i.i|i >; Literature (',t.iiii-f*l.".o 1: ('ompositiun ii,iiii.4.(iO 1. T'lpsday-Aritiunetii- anil Jlansuration : S.iJO-il.dt.M; I?aiiiil Calculation (U.t�0-l l.oOi; History and Civics 12.00-1.CO 1, Wednesday-Grammar (fl.OO-II.Odi; .\pricitlturc (l."0-o.otM. Tiuirsday,-(.leometry (ii.Od-ll.liilt and .^o arranged as to allow for renting of at least 5 rooms without slightest inconvenience. Three splendid sized rooms, with kitchen and porch on -ground' floor; upstaiis, 'i good bedrooms and bathroon, all private. .\ice_fro.'it lawn, barn easily convertible into garage at rear. You can draw S7,t per month and at the same time have ground floor entirely private tor own use. In a few years the income v>ill pay for your house. You can handle this proposition with $2O00.Q0 The balance on your own terms. The price will surprise you. and Spelling (.\0O-3.0O), Grade IX. ; Monday. .Tune 24.-Heading Regula- ; tions iS.4,'.-',>.00); .British History.. I',1,00-11.00); -Vrithmetic aud -Mensu-' ration CJ.005.00), i Grade. X Miuiii.iy. Juno 17.-iJeadiiig Regulation,; i.S.4.'.-!).ooi: Literature il'.iio-12.0(ii; Drawing (2.oo-4.oOi. Tuesday -.-Vlgobra I!).110-11,301; Geography. 1 1 2.00-4.00). Wedne.sday-Composition ! (li.oo-U.:;o); Botany and Zoology. 1 I !.:iti-4,m)); Thursday - Geometry iO.iiO-12.001; Physics (2.00-4.:!0): Fri-, day-Canadian History and Civics i;i'ii(i-ll.Oii); Crainmar' (2,00-4.301, ; Grade XI. ! Monday, June K,-Reading Regula-' tions (S,4.'.-S.0(ii; Literature lO.OO-12,(KU; Composition (2.00-4.;!n): Tuesday-.Algebra iri.nO-U'.oOi; History 12,00-4,;',iii. Wednesday-Cbeni-� istry ty.00-11.;',oi; Agriculture (l.So-. 4.00); Thursday-Geometry (9. uo-1 12.001; Physicii (2.00-4Monday.; .lune 24.-German Grammar l!>.00-j ll.lio); German Authors ( 2,00-4,:!01; , Tuesday-Latin Grammar (0,00-1 ll.::o): Latin -Vutliors t2.00-l.:!0i.  London. Juno -The manner In which the finances of the luorabcrs of the Canadian expeditloiiBfy force are handled reflects tho greatest credit hrn those In lOiigland nisponalblo tor the nilminl.stration of the Canadian force.-" overseas. Thu financial srrangenients of hundreds of thousands of Canadians are attended to by the staff of tho Catiadian I'Hy Corps at Mil'ibnnk. London. Knglnud, and by its representatives, the paymiisters with the various units throughout liu; Itritish Isles and on acflvo' service. The service runs like clock-work and everyone of over ;>00.000 men receives hid pay on the very day of each month when it is due. The men are jiairt in cash. The pay and allowances of officers are placed to their credit in This article will deal with the manner in which of(icor--i' financial arrangements are made. It is a great thing for n man to Jiuow exactly his financial standini;, to know that no matter where he is, his .'iionpy will be on deposit at his bank at t!ie end of each month to mee! his cheques, Thit; is the case with tile Canadian officers. Thete is never any deviation from this rule, (onsetiucntly thero is no cause to worry al)out finances through uncertainty. Xo matter whero ho may be or what he may be doing, the Canadian officer knows that ho can pre.s-ent his cheque in Krance, Palestine or Kgypt with ab.solute knowledge as to the state of hie bank account. -Vnd what^ is equally important, he knows that proper assignments have been made to his wife, or friend, or creditor, as the case may be. This relieves him of a very real cause of anxiety. When he is promoted or receive,?! a staff appointment, |he readjustment in his pay is attended to by the pay office automatically on the authority of standing, orders. Two million dollars passes through the Officers' Pay � Department per month. There are approximately four plied with what arc known na "chit" l)oolt.�. which are really cheque books, limited ns to nuhiber and amouttt. ^I'he attention and care bestowed on all matters TipperiidnlnK to Canntlinns who have been taken prisoner of war, are of special Interest. Officer prlsfon-ers are allowed to draw by cheiiuo as much as they like up to J22B. As soon as word comes tlirough that a Onnndinn officer has boon taken prisoner of war. the 15ank of .Montreal, or whoever receives the first notificallou advises the Canadian Red Cross, and parcels of food are at once sent. With regard to spending tnonoy, the demands of tho orficeis vary. Some draw �5, some .I'lo and some �20 a month. This money doe.s not go to direct to thoni, but is credited to the acount which they are permitte�l to liavc with the commandant of the tu-lernment camp. They can draw within the restrictions laid down for that particular camp. Funds necessary for dentistry, clothe.-i aiul things of that description are allowed, but even officer prisoners cannot buy food. The German people theniselvesi are unable to procure soap. Soap or bread will buy more in C.ermany, according to tho testimony of prisoners of war, than money, Mr, Dudley Oliver, -Manager of the West End Branch of the Rank of Montreal, where most of the Canndfaii officers' bttjSlness is carried ou, has always taken a very close interest in Canadian officer prisoners and has kojjt in the closest touch with them in everything concerning their interests, * The Department of Oftlcers' Pay is under the same handicap as the other departments in tho Canadian Pay Office-In tliat tho main work falls on a few e-\perts; most of the staff cannot'work with the spued of highly trained military bookkeepers. If the staff were composed entirely of healthy expert accountants, it would be reduced by nearly half. However, the fact that men who Ou ledgers relating to the pa balanced at the end of each month- just as in Canadian banks. The money is deposited' about the end of the month, -Ml accounts are balanced: every cent is accounted .for and the Wednesday-Ki-iuh Grammar cV.'oo- "''"i supporting vov.chers ll.;;oi- French Amliors (2 .10-4 :!0). ; and authorities are then handed to the Grade XII. ' ' ilf P^fttuent of the general auditor to Mondnv. ,lune IT,-Reading Re','u!a- ^c'""'*'''- . lions iS.4r.-0,o�K Literature (SLOo-l l"7 compiled on dol- n,lioi (Shakespeare and MiUon):''"'�''�"s an important vments are ^ "'l^'' Sir Kdward K country consideration, emp's administration, particular attention has been paid to the efficient and fair use of tnan-power. V 'J'HE choicest, juiciest, most luscious fruits flavor the finest pure chicle to make Adams California Fruit Chewing Gum a real treat. If you value quality, even in so modest* priced a confection, make sure you get ADAMS. Prominently diiplayed In scores everywhero Alio ADAMS (tho original) TUTTI FRUTTI GUM ADAMS^ Pure Chewirxg- Gum .Composition i2,o0-t."0i. Tuesday- Algebra 10.0(1-12,001; l^ngiish Lan-,Kua.!;e and History of Literature i2,ou-t,;liM ,. Wednesday -Chemistry (0,00-11.:;(ii; Literature (l.SO-LOp) ; (Paigrave and Prose), Thursday-Geo ' metry (:),00-12,00); Physics (2.00-4.:;0), Friday-Trigouomeiry (O.oO- i 12.00): History (2,00-4, MO I, Monday, June 24,-German Grammar 19.00-11,301: German Authors i2.00-4,30), Tuesda.v-Latin Grammar (9,00- ;U,:;y,l; Latin Authors (2,00-4.,30; Wednesday-French Grammar (9.00-Il.;;oi; Frencli Authors (2,oO-4,."0), V. 3. GENERAL DEAD Paris, June 5,-General Robert E. Michle of the American army, died in a railroad train near Rouen ye.ster-day. His death was sudden and un-e.xpected as he had not been ill. MORE TROOPS ARRIVE .sterling when flie pay is deposited in the bank. A cash book is kept with the details of the account and the general ledger is Kept showing allocation of all moneys. As the officers are paid- by Canada in Canadian money they can always have then-pay transferred to Canada at par. I With exchange at present rate this ia i a rea! accommodation. Authority. / I The chief authority for payment, or changes of payment of money to officers in the Canadian forces is the London Gazette.' Any changes must be recorded there before they can take effect with the pay office. Tracing up and following out these notifications is exacting and laboriou.i. When unlt.s -come from Catiadit their pay sheet is produced and is sent to London to the Chief Paymaster, Thi.-! shows the standin.g of an officer's account in detail and fur- Don't, delay once- but see nie at FRANK WADDINGTON S. 0. E. Building 10th St. S. Phones 770-469 Ottawa. June C-It is officially an- "ishes a basis for further arrajtge-! nounced through the chief press cen-i raents. If an officer comes over from : sor's office that the following Canad-i only Nujol Pliyticians now know its merit. Manufactured by STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) bayonne - new jbrsey Canadian Sellina Agents: CHARIvES GYDE & SON, P.O. Box 875, Montreal. for eonstipatibn ;