the cities went to Nvork for the farmers in the summer time, so as to increase the harvest.
Women's In all the fighting countries women have
new Work undertaken new ]rinds of work to help in the war. to win the war. In Great Britain this has been very noticeable. But even in Canada many women have clone what was thought men's work be-fore the war. Besides new work on farms, they have helped to make aeroplanes, motor-cars, shells and other munitions. They have filled the positions of clerks who had gone overseas from banks and other places of business. They have become drivers of motor-trucks used for military service in Canada, and of ambulances