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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Work cf the W. A. A. C. in France.-Sorting- out spare parts in an advance M. T. depot.- This work is peculitvrly suited to the women. -Fhoto by courtesy of C. P. R. Work of the W. A. A. C, in France.-r-Girl clerks at work at an advance M. T. depot. -1'hoto oy courtesy of V. P. It. "Work of lie V/. A. A. C. in France.- Cooks in the kitchen of a men's camp. -Photo by courtesy of C. P. R. Cooks in the boiling' room. -Photo by courtesy of C. P. Pi. Work of the W. A. A. C. in France.-In the printing room. -Photo by courtesy of C. F. ft. Pickers At Hatzlc 'OMKN have played a very parking 'tin? fruit was always in llio: !"u.H'iii;iti!-.^ i tin- pickers.' ami in; Haeh irir!, attired in overalls. Work of the W. A. A. C. in France.-Gardeners tending the graves of our fallen heroes. -Photo by courtesy of 0. P, H. \y/( yy important part world wide war ('annla Iiiiv... demonstrated lis em- earned a �inall tin suspended h-.-lvt-s as ljcin� papa bin of \\nxu\- ' f'r.irn her wakt .liy a strin berries were dropped. They ha v.; assisted railways, and' '.l^h', ;i;is of berries filled a tray are at pr-'-si-ni' employ-n1. by tin- or Maiicl containing ejpht bn.vs. ('. 1'. K. i/i \ .-ii'iou.-i departments ;�,;;,[ three id ijiese stsimis formed connected v.dii the operation of :: crate. trains. Tin' women ot* f'anada Al! agreed that thn most \u:-lin\v helped to save the cr-.ip�. and ; porfant person on ;hi: r.'neh in done \v�iud�'r;'sj| work 'in the; the berry s'-simu w;w 'li'1 pa��tiwr 1he jriri.s w. .�. minster by the K.S. "Skenna,'" . deii^ided with their exjwrieiiuijs. and aftw n delinhtful trip arrivrd ;.!. Hat/de late, in the r-veninsr. Many new and interesting experiences awaited the �iris at their new la,me, but they had evidently divided to overcome every uh.vae|,> with n smile, and their resolutions wore nobly carried out. This particular party was assigned sleeping fpiarters in the liouse, and the eellar was divided into dining rooms for fill the ^ Skirls on rr.ueh, li'.irnberin^' abo'.p, ;'.,i-ty. �- I'iaeh party of girls, usually six or eiipit, louked ;ji'rer its own eookintc. two girls taking charge of liie meals each day. The r.'stem of pickiyy and Work cf the W. A. A. C. in France.-Decorating' soldiers' graves. -Photo oil covrlesy of C. P. li. ,3errv pjekers..^.BritishjCplupibia. JVork oi iJio W. A. A. 0. m franco.-Ocr drivers washing their car. -Pltot'j oy cuuiltoy oi L. i, ii. ;