National Geographic : 1918 Jan
Funds for our Soldiers Pay day, always interesting to those concerned, must be doubly so to our American army and navy officers and men who are looking forward to spending part of their pay in Europe in buying things for those at home. It is very important to our boys that their funds for use abroad be readily accept able without conversion into the moneys of foreign countries. "A.B.A." Amrcan Cheques As "A" Association Cheques can be used in any country where military plans may take our fighting men, because they are international in character and do not have to be converted into the coin or currency of any foreign country. In the United States and Canada they are like so many dollars; in the United Kingdom and British colonies like so many pounds, shillings and pence; in France, so many francs, and so on. Think what a saving in money changers' fees, in delays and other annoyances this will mean to the American army and navy men in Europe. "A.B .A ." Cheques can be obtained at the principal banks throughout the United States and Canada, in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, with corresponding values in foreign moneys. Get them at your bank, or write Bankers Trust Company, New York, for booklet and informa tion as to where they may be had in your vicinity. ift ^^ 'Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."