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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 1918 rim DAILY PAGE SEVEN, BRITISHER SUNK Associated Preis the following .dispatch; Beaufort, S. C., Aug. BrltUK tanker Hirol, was torpedo ed by a German submarine off Cape last night and ac- cording to reports reaching here today, nine mtmbcrs of the crew i were drowned. All the other members of the Mlrol's crew were >aved by eowt guards and have been brought v win fellhful- ly looX after the lann bubloa ami the caiinlne while she? helps her hus- band in ihe'fleMu. There Is the case of ewe Ontario girl who went out as a and fell down because she was not strong ea- ouglu She W33 a vory college-bred, but the kind Unit kBoxvs Just as, much nboui tookins as aboul theorems, -AfUr two wK-ks in the HeUls she iliiriKA out In Vltis wifee; I'l'ni .afraUl I'm not murti use Toronto. Aug. D. Me- ersoti, A. J. Voxuig olhvr mcuv ra ol tho Royal Caouilfau Yacht Ctub tendered a din- ner at the Island Club laal night to Wlllla'm Perkins Hull. K.C. ot Lon- don, KnglanJ, who is visHinj; Canada and tho United States in iho Interest Anglo-Americau The dinner was recognltEon ut.-Mr. wort in providing a houia for cgnval-j osce-nt Canadian officeri ai 1'utnciyi Heath, and the guests were chiefly Toronto mothers and faiherE whose. sons had been rcceivr-d into Mr.-llull'aj home after wojimls or illuess. There i were also t-cre'ral relumed ollicerfi who had experienced Mr. Hull's bos Adam I', of the Aero Club of Canada, al his of J ice at 60 Adelaide Sire-it, Hast. The wa8 posted by Postmaster GeueraT H. M. Coulter at 7 a.m. ibU morning in Ot- tawa. Tho machine was pilottd by ul. who made ijuU-k limp pud had a good journey, stopping for suunllGH. Thin was the first letter rccffvod by way of the air service from Ottawa. A previous bafc.-h of letters came from Montreal. Phone 1619 P.O. Box 80? CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS LOT By 1 Toronto. Aug. exactly .in. this afternoon a letter was receiv- ed at the oIKce of Honorary Secretary to ihy farmer, I certainly can t loot after the children, tfiouKli. Why shouldn't 1 volunteer to ilo the iudoor ;ork and let him? I'm sure sbc would be glad of ihe chance." This Is' exactly what she did, with he.result tbat things linve been going ilong swimmingly oa tliat fartn ever each WOKV.UI in lue right groove. The time Is rlnc now for thn girl who would lielp in the farm kitchen to make her The harvest is quickly over. IIeli> is need imme- diately! could declared a Quebec farmer lo the writer tne other day. "She can milk and churn, and knows tbe whole business from A to 2 as well I do Sbfe's as good as a hired wan any day The trouhle is she can't go outdoors on-account of her two youngsters They're'only uabies.'and then she has the cooking, tho washing and the housework to attend to. It would all right if we could get a gtrl to help her." t That Is; Just the problem. Twenty rls would volunteer to help the far- EVERYTHfNG IN ACCOUNTtNG AUDIT3, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY iSuccessors lo Henderson, Reid anj Paterson) Rooms 5-6 Acadla BEdg. ______612 Third Avenue S, Studio Closed DURING AUGUST Except for limited class of work. Duplicate orders, passports, elc. The Allison Studio BALMORAL BLOCK' Alter a. brilliant record at the (ronl, Elmer Jones, D.S.O.. with bar, who for some tinio praetlBed as a bar- rlsler in Vancouver, has been kilted IE action. swV er outdoors to the brie who would fce hfs 'wife's plaCc lailo'ors. A" riian ho has studlea the question from 'all iglea and who has placed many girts n farms, declares that old-fashioned ejudfce is rat the root of the.lrdiible; lie city and coutitty vfomeh e hrouglit together" rapr 6. lie .gives eat credit (o the Wonien's Institutes r improving relations between the ty and It is the dp: estlc servant stigma that upsets the pple-cart he declares. Once let.girls o Into the farm kfteliens ns war work: ra, and the occupation takes on an ntlrely dtfTerent compleiton. During e next five or six weeks the harvcat iff us at its height. The fartner's >vif.e ill.be working her head off trying to ecp up with everything. She, will ave her own inutifarious dulles In- Woshlnglon, Aug. h attic novf going on in Pk-arily was fornjal ly characterized as the German retreat 1 iotiayvfcy I.'nileil Statesj chief or staff. Iji'lns eetni-weeWy con-j ference with newspaper" men at hp'ulscloscfl that American troops dis- embarked overseas now number more than he made-' nu iiredictlons: anJ did not discuss the significance of any movo on the front, General March took occasion, fp the Germans lave" voluntarily m local salients four separate.times the.Picardy was launched by General Foch. R was evident that these withdrawals couplefl i.wllh other In- formation contained in official ndvinos] uoni General Pershmg have created'" here tho impreKslpu, that a genera! enemy rclArenienl on a wide front Is to be etpected. Taking up American war plans, Gen- eral March formally reiterated the pur- pose SO divisions of troops into France by June 30, 1919. Discussing conditions with members of the sen- ato-fnUUary committee, earlier-in. the 'day, General March had said there vras aT steady increase both In and efficiency in the transport service insuring accelerates troop movements. 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