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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HOW CHINESE BUILT THE FIRST APARTMENT HOUSE njMiii.i'ii! lumie tiol a '-Qih tirnlmy I 1.1 1 all, Mil ni-KHiiuri! -siiii llio Clik III IlirWi-ry be fi.-iit'l tolny uf Uio Uiivl- I'l'ii Wink i-ii ;i noiit Eni> t'hlru Mr 'j [inrijit-; w, .1 I'viriimicUoM rnjiliifer NMV VmU JutrtifiKAtcil UiuiuupMj Ilir in lunsv, uuil niVu 11 uuinticr of I fluiv.itu; UIU of COHSHUC- n.iji. MI, ('hf-lin ilm! of h" I.IK trf Cliliif-u ho i me l-i itV riiic't ijiittiliuu of it YLitagft hi ilie southern i-n-l of ill'4 l-'n Acn i'ruXiiLrf. iUmlli I'hlun. iiUtntl milcn [i iiin .iiiiix'.11 xo.i Mr, "Is ilu- niM.it uncji-nt nf IIH tuirilrutiir hi v CH M, ItllhuUKh H liljj init III1 fiOUilv of uni'iniiiUy It I.H u uunlcru tifari- ui-ni uiili 'uni'frui' irfi out. It l> lunro Uiiitl ntil. mut niu'ii I MVV If, 400 PROTOTYPE of MODERN Cliff Dwellers' HOME as a FORTRESS I: Is bulll in cirrK-. Ihp stoTlcs and ihe top floor apartments are 53 cool as I "The outside wall Is about 50 feet kljh and about GOO feet Iu diameter. The interior roort is WO feet paved wlih great.stone Mocks. HiSht In the cenlto .of ihe yard Is the cotumuaal water supply, a cistern, wbjcb. is by Ihe vuler froru Ihe roofs, runlng through (erra cotta dralnr. no jnodern convcnieaces, and 'he various tenants reach their dwellings by ivay of bamboo Udders. "The apartments are 12 feet wide and their floors are raado lumber laid over roles of Chinese 8r. Every apartment lias its veranda. -These iiorclies rua-around the whole interior of the house and face on the court- yard, which market place when merchants arc allowed to comc: In frorii ietrb'y villages. The couVt'rard is alsoUhe meelliKr "plica i of all the the (here everything of interest to the cobiaiunlty is dlKUSMd." Hov Olives Art Ripened by Artificial Methods nnj h miis.-ih'cly iflt. a> for il no on (hi1 o vtr ti> sralc- l it J or MOUC anil H li'iill :il much tlj: There j', niui mk-s wwuiu i-o could harm is only iMk' o, a vviy o( sfantlTng vitac a UIUP Quarttn for Four Hundred Tamilks. allacted modem UndoutHcalj1 Ihe iiuuse v.as built 10 withstand liie ami rov- of robbers Itsat terrorized ince in ibe old "The whole itjniclure wjalhcrproot. The root is rai'le of heavy Iprr.i colta tttes, laiii so HID edges overlap. autl it is absolutely I-i-oof. 'theso files aKord perfect shelter fiom the sun, which hot in South China. POISON as a WEAPON of WAR uf in rinl ;i likii. I nnl mil tlu- IIHtaiA ilijj in liitt- ;n toiirtn I'., t'f (li-nnuu iuiniHionufl in polr-on ill- nf lli-'lr uikl Arrows tiy u Hh-iOLttthiM of liollflinnv Nf'.uli 1iH'0 5n tin- '.vtutil's >vjn UK- i'l'LununI tu Uu> lunViroUEi Atcili- win thi'tr rally iimraforrt. but. inoilcVu it-hilitii Hurlt ;t Ililns to'ba 1 MifvU'il of In iitnunj; wild ;ill ijn-U'HilO ilw' 'be weapons bt-i'ii rjulb-j' common, Amons 'tlifr American Indians ('nniMiK'ltprf 'li> fnvmcr to pa I J on by ilu'tn iti 11 of Itvcr mixed tV.iiy f.Ui'lli if wtikli la Jhe Ollf I'tt-ftlU U" liClllR- llj' bv pAriilyxluc Um heart timt ifcci'iuly thfi IhinH ir- -nt of welk uiih fiylns Jiqd :iiiii I'illun uUn BTO lo bavo vl f1 park- it? hope P! killing i innoi'eui cMlilwi. Also they arc cuil- WORLD'S URGEST DISHES tir ttio of Vancouver :'.intl, HitH-1i roUunllji. for Ihp y' Anirilun liKlmn. New York tlijr.. Tht rt-lallvc U( or of (tiahtd I? vhowii In the ac- UlwiraUou. HI-IV frwn K trlbr Itr.l, (11 rt-i'i.rts in I'aiis. yllli inui tpnl IflniK' by [irison- in ttirlr Uvinii iii'ihe K.-oncli vllLict.. uf lj! .slscoiU'n- recently >vus Ml fur several afur oiHnhit; i: It'lH's frcnn 11 Krciu'ii i'i in CiTinany. i On iliu stuuc iliiy, It !s snlil, unothiT vxmuui fp- Ivetl LI li'ltcr jil.'O vnnKLiiitnj; poison Iryni byr ;i In liavsrla. Ollier'iiolsoniiij" of tv also licoti.rcporicq. TlU'sc mOlllCIllK Of IKlllLUllltK LlllOllll'll llV Ofnnanii RIC noililna Inn ii ifVorilou. In inul simple. sliuip ii.'iyji ct rlvllliinllun, 1150 of iiuismis In nuifur? liron IHc Impusjt- v Tho (lininl Iniliaiis of llio .1" liolson ISsty woiii lo InfllciJjij falnl mwil (holr riioiiitr: dy MTJIcliliii; ihftn. Tin- I'nisjhms have not yet uilpplvit wiio can ikratn Ilicfr "villins- nosy. ]r tlioj-' Dwnphl ll.ixt ''niillury. ntfcssUy" i-alii-il for tiic ;if.> ot siu-li ;i nu-ihoil of comliiu? Thu inojl (f lobralqil nf all weapon' polsruif Is III.' "fftwvuvl." finploycil by suvnsrs o! llu- Orinoi-o In'Siwili. Amoflca. Ii ts'aii dabor- r.tr t'ioiWi-1. Two ffnv-lrs nf venomous serpents to II. nml ii ihlrj injn-UlMil is llio 'f vino nllknl lo llu- plant dom wlilolt slr.otmlnc- Is obiMnril. Tn mlvtuu- is n.Wrtl :i ounntlty o( IM mils or a Umt wtioji- MIC is ihls urn rnvcnouml I he n-hlch Itn- niiiUfs oi Unit rcaicn ine fmn-, I'loivfcims. Ths ilsrls :in' fas-liloiip.! iu.in llu: ti-afrihs of MX'iics of jwlui. They JO tin Ik's ions, ot Illi) uf .1 eniw (iiill! and made sharp as liralt'.'j In ir-stti rf ihe A nf coiion His thi-in to Ihe Kn.' lit llir sun. ninl a ot bre.ilb tliva ;o sling II. Then HJC heads ot Ihc valtl.eiiiakes anif the tails ot the scorpions are maeHeJ anil mixed in a Togetlier the-Poi- yont'd lung, and the iireparatlon is aHowecMo (ie- compose until HE and pulrld potency-are aUt'5lfd-ljy a notsonio p.hd effluvium. 13 ftic stuff in which the b'eri warrior? dip rhclr arrows; wlit'n dry it appears as a nlsh the Iron lip. covcrins also the wooden, foi'eshart.'a'nd Ihc attachment of sinews and mea- tiuite yuut by which is .fastened to Uie The Secret of How to- Grow Miniature Trees FOR many centuries the uavftlowly. guarded the. sotret of. etowins miniature trees. By followlns (he plia bare described, however, almost any one can raise tlimlnullve trees iritli little trouble. Get i {eK large, Ilifck-sklnneJ orauscs.anj hjlve'theni. Remove the pulp and cover the out- side ot the skins with Ituck shellac. That Kill keep the skin from -shrinking. _ Kill tile skins wiih fine, ricli soil, and plant therein a seed of whatever treo you wish to rather, two or three seeds, to ensure at least one go'od.spccl-' men. Maho a. stanil of some'klnd so that the growing tree can be Irept In an upright liOBltlou. and set the-plants .where they will jjet plenty oi SUE: but do not keep them In a room that is1 likely to'becoiae. overheated. Water Ihrti regu'-i Isrb', but not too profusely.- Alter a tlryc the roots will begin lo come Ihrough Ihe orange 1. When that the roots oft flush with outer surface of the orange peel, but be care- ful nol to injure the film of U is thfi the1 roots that stunls life tree. When Ihe tree has reached maturity, you cari'iransfer. it to a'more attractive holder. Conifers such aa cedars, pijies and crypto- merias tan be readily stunted; so also cau otber evergreens, as ilex tail irifoliala.. Some iQiniature'bedais have be'en known to last mons than.500 years. Fruit.trees', such' as the oranje- and Ibc pluui, blossom and bear perfect Jrnll. THK olive as' made by nature Is eudoweU with a bitter disposition and a hard, ccrld character. Jt Is only after it ban passed through the harrowing experiences designed for It by man, that it Is changed into a soft, ;iut ana pleasing Ttus Hie history of development of a ripe olive may called exemplification ot the old adage that tribulations maKetli one sweet." you cat a ripe peacb, a pear or apple, you set the fruit just as nature and if It off a tree, it will But when you eat a ripe olive, you K product I hat tias passed tbrougix i yroc-i ess riuce U left tht tree. -The Interesting process of preparing -destined family table In the cf ripe fruit Is as follows In the American b.v Arthur li. Dahl; pickling of olives requires from four to sis weefcs, depending upon tlie condition of tba whenTccelved. Wlien the first into the factory, they are graded th'c-appropriate vats. They are flrsj torered for two'or three days rvith a light sail! brine, before any lye is used, y.' "After remaining: in the vals for several a lljht solution of lye (about 2 per ,.idded, and the olives are lte.pt iu tola solution lor about nine hours. The lye water is tden drawn pff and the .fruit is allowed for 21 hours, after which clear and the olives are stirred rneaTii ot-odmpretted air introduced Into the tanks. This'iiicontinued for six or v "Then a of a I'JPB not quite so strong, 1s marie to the al-i to remain for from sit to nine kurs This then and clear wttter is IB which the olives remain'for "ptriod of seven days, If noLattalntJ a auIEieJently dark color after; tlib second application or the lye, they are subjected to a third bath, after which they go Into a gait brine and are allowed to stand for about 10 "After the olives from the room they go over Gprtlas beHa where women; pjfik out the various sizes and quaHLv ot the' fruit. These are placed in enamelled buckets ana are taKen to the" canning Tables .where .they are placed In (lie and placed bii endless-belt carriers which-take them-to Ihe.ma- where the tops are put on. are ftored In the warehouse they.are leave the establishment, ivbcn the''appropriate labels are pasted on, and the 'ripe olives'- are ready for the journey to the festive board." the CAVE FIS HL OS T s EYES In KC.IPTVO.I 11 iVn- jnn banille txliliott: Ihi- ni Wnsliinslon n isntnvly caw. inn.'iniu-li probably sltgln iiunvtnrv !ir- wlldtil li( lh" niii l. a pi e.( Ihe liiag o{ H ilra.l Ttir fru.jinrns il It oucyttbn of, lu'tt "ttie cave fish lost'ifs t'V-'s has lonij been ORe of ine subjects for debate- ot we .hoses that have been advanced may I) a "uroAUly mvuH'ii in two jrorips: tbe ono side art tlic iJjnarciinns. who think ihat the eye Mrophted the result o? disuse aud that Ilie vffocta of this dl3U9C. wero inherited, with -live results iti each serration; on the other side are ihp Uarwhuans. who 'look to sonic form ol itiituval sclretton. Etcting on variation, produce Tlni oVpprvcd result." It is finite likely tbal various have tlit'ir cvekas In various Mid (1i.it cveu ou one species more than ono IMS L'cuti opcratinsr to produce the absetice oi .vision. A writer in the JournaJVbt ihf follow ins two explanations ivluch, he jays, can suvvorled, by modem knowledse ol i 1. U if possible that tho wa? pro- ('tict'd ttUlier suddenly as a result of hybridization, exiio.-un11 Iu die net Ion of chemicals, or some other influence. can be Klly productd iu fish by theao The flsh rnct1 they wandered into a were Li u cave when they tccame _ MH! eyes wore 04' value in anyway. U they havl r-i.iyrd Ihc cave they naturally would have jerisfteJ, In this Uew ihe i-avp 15 not responsible for Ihe either directly or Indirectly; i; nrveiy ilsh who have htcome blind for othtr icaFon.' This is the ha.- rtvcntly been advocated by Jacques The conuoontr eiflanation JooUs on tho Hiutlnesi ns bciuv: yf si'oT.'vr derelopmsnt, aV noi. as tbe I-nruircklans tiuce.l bv t-aw U Es supposed ttat a linmber or ndiniaV Thtee with'the best sight would find their "way out; Ifcose with, naturally defective vision wculd-'be flhlfr to escape, and, remflinlns thwe, -would jier- thsit1 hind.' In (he cave darkness acute would no longer be essential to survival, In Uic.aMpmpaiiying illustratiou is shown one of the most'commonly known, and perhaps ine the Wind fishes, that Inhabit Ihc Mammoth Cavo of Kentucky. "This fish, (Ainblyopsis spelaeus) attains a leuglh of fire lo six inches when according sate1. II seems that to "delect'whether the substance ii edible ,or not by the flns, but the yalpiHae around: the head are so developeAl itit-y can leii me difference between edible and non- rdtble substances. lias been slated (hat the 'hearing' ot thU fish is remarlvably here again It appears that this acutencss In dctecliuj certala fcinOs ot is duo (o the papillae. Experiments have proved that the cars are poorly developed and the fish is unable to perceive most tut the papillae are so sensitive that any slight How the DEAF "HEAR" by READING! the LIPS By KATHERINE F. REED AN BtiK'lv" in uuiurv I'frliMiUdl A w.i-.-h IU lii Jt llif IVa'f." Mjy 1 ast hi--; artU-U- arjtl by o; vn'i-kly in vhkl: I p wn.i, -iwt "t-u-, 'tuiout- of the ladiwxi ot Ulind, B, 0, ?ivfn I's fisituv. bin ihr that is reprvjenti-J Iftter Tor ir.stance. whenever la- teacher lip? wliii.- U ulrans tint suyins: lao ni." and If she closes the lipr.d Ohio. nearly Jlwayf pool? In the iimcstonc cave; o! ttose states, but is Tctind ir. aii-1 ot-n iti opon water, i'. U t-uJsible H may Jine It tiob- rbly livej to Uric event ca sniaU priJp.'srM raay be lavisiMc to the eye. lju[ i: CAU when ar? ar.d la cajiivitjr vill tvec meat. the fish i. a. ti? Ejh tc-'-ties fos? sj'ssLisce 11 -wii: cfST'.y Are Edible. datnrtaoce of tte h instantly noted, and since the firt are confined almost entirely In pool.-. tinr such dlsturbaocc is sufficienl (a warn them .hat tie vlbralloQs arc the result of sometiing ua- The fijh.is enlirely seaJeless. lae endenlly roplacSnc the scales. The jar Itself I.' apparently normal, and while it, is evidently no; PLUTOCRATS IN KHAKI Anwrlcan soldier in France Is ot he walk riom standpoint of finance, lor no other nshter sds dlstlllc4 "se X. for his altowanrc is a pen I. (ho The powers arc not romMraMt u SMM with the o! tie enS, s IMItor I; is S1Ke moatb. jnrkcy 9.- cents and J Tac M ..st, fishier frotn war he would have let: to" SI K s ;