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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta '1938 THE USTflBKIDliE DAILY HERALD- PAGE PLANNED CANVAS PARIS TO TR1CX THE GERMAN FLYERS [Thref Replicu of Preach Capital Projected in Vicinity of City to Draw Enemy Bombs .-V." While City Slept o! tie most pictures- Hue of all the wir secrets has just' been divulged here. It was planned In 1918 to build, three other Parlses, fifteen miles .from (he real city, on yhlch-the Oerain airmen could drop the bombs they wanted lo without injuring a soul or anything but street .lamps of a primUive and- vast quantities of canvas and framework. Parlses werd to be true tho real city shrouded hereelf In convenient dark- ness.'1''. ;r Airmen Ther ta'entbr of thij-plan was M. 1 wtrical' englaee r, and to prow.the utility ot it he construct- ed Orrpe de about 15 miles northeast' 61 .Paris, a model gare-de lest complete with of raMroad; track; signal-.sheds, trains houses and 'neighboring streets. It so completely gare de lest that French airmen flying over It by night did not know it was no real. Its appearance betrayed nothing of its gossamer all J was was a framework of canvass ana complete success was that it should be bombed, aud its appear- ,nce was so good that the authorities decided to make two ether camou- flage districts like it, one o'n a bend ot the Setae below Pontoise, where he river would help tho Illusion, and another of MSbt and vapor to repre sent an Industrial district to the east 6( the city, which tha nervous Ger- man airman, knowing that Paris ought to DO somewhere about, would Joyfn'ly bomb and Joyfully depart home again, while Paris slept In peace. these" plans could Tie pnt into eiecutlon the armistice cane and stopped tnemj but in the archives ot the War Officer-they Btlll exist, and when, if ever, hostile airmen come agalii, they are" likely to find sprinkled around in the Seine Valley several Parlscs to choose from for their targets. FAVOR FARM HELP' COMING UNDER-BOARD CALGARY; Oct.' the United nightly from the CathaE. and some- Farmers' as tar as the Calgary local thing had 'to be done. It was then Ig concerned would be. willing that Jacppozi came along with his farm help como under the Factories' plan. His signal lamps were waff brought out in the evidence terns on poles, and they were aboatjgiven by Mis. L. Y. McKumey, M'.-L. the most rear things in the camou- A., before this morning's session ot flaged'ctly. The rest was translucent I the minimum.wago commission; Mrs. trains laid on the McKinney accompanied by. Mrs. ground, but as deceptive as the Trojan Wright, both members of the Cal- horse; factories, that emitted steam'gary local, appeared before'the board and smoke, produced by most present tho budget prepared by tire means and. made big with ravs REAL RICHE6 If you have the strength to work, the appetl'.e to eat, a homo free from mortgage, and a soul that slogs happy, you won't envy tho richest maa lu the world. Upwards of aliens have left Ontario since December, from Toronto alone. They took with them f30.000.000 of Canadian moaey. us hope thblt places will be fllled bj good, honest, British-born Immigrants THE VICTOR "The man 1 ever she said. "Must have accomplishments, Yes, he must play, and sing, and dance, And ride, and and fence. And take a skllfull hand at bridge, A tennis racket wield, And chaso the bounding golf hall, too, Across the dewy field." The man who won her Illy hand, Was bald, and stout, and slow; He couldn't sing, or dance, or play, Or fence, or ride, or row. He didn't care a rap for golf, And never led a cotillion, But he could algn a cheque, you see, For just about a million! WAY WORLD With a'fifty per cent, increase in sleeper rates on the 'railways just watch for a rapid Increase in the num- ber of passengers who occupy the day coaches because "they never can sleep on a train, Herald, To Make It which requires DO Mttnlion tad ana fciii, proviW SEA L BRAND t heaotog taWeipoonfu! to cup. Pour tewing fc-ster on eofffe. vFhm fltweJ, It will be rooet you tver fiwgriund gwJe of SMTl Bnixl, in Ji, I Tins. At ill good CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. ot small searchlights shining through them. Hls_stfeets were just two rows tho .United Farm Women's1, associa- tion In defence of ah "increased mini- mum wage hi this province. art without Gripinjj or Sickening Yofl viVe lip wilh your Hud Oar, CoBptedon Rosy, Breath Stanich. Biknsoeu, HeadtdK, Constipation, Indigestion. Want to Feel Just Right? m Take an NR Tonight m nvrwf w Aim SEB tw nd TMM t. a. ctf .toW. wffl ta IM-rn-n tod tta. HPROUBLE IS, your system is i JL dogerf with lot of impurities llat jots' 1 era-worked digotivs and elimlnillTt orpaii (sel'iidef.' PilU, oil, silo, calomel tad otdi- eiry Uniivti, etihirtics and purga only force ut bomb tni prod (he liver. VJtamr> (NR Tiblels) tcu i on the ttnuelit. !im, bomk'ta.d even kidneys, not fotdng, but too- Kg mi thoe orgaoi. rtsuh b .prompt relief tad reil, Luing beneGt. the lest. Ntrett'j Remedy will tct promptly, thorocghly, i a mildly, to gently, (hit you will tWnt nature bcr- hu come to the rescue and doing work, j Aidcb.wkatrtlld! ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross" hinie' "Buyer'' identifies Iho Only ieimnw Atplrin prescribed by physicltns for ovcrninc- teen years tftd now mftdo In Canada. Always buy tn package Tablets of Aspirin" which A whole lot of us plead tlrtdness when are just plain lazy. Money talks alright, but about all it says to usjs Judging from 'Lord Mayor Mac- Swinoy's case fasting is not a fast way of getting into the heavenly king- dom. V A woman may have an angel smile and a shrew's tongue. Three great powers have told Mex- ico she must pay up for the damages sustained during the 'revolution. The eia'ct revolution referred 'to is -not stated in the press dispatches, nor ia it likely to be. What needs is an evolution- ary leader. "Free tove" weeks are all the go in Odessa, which IB an Indication that there is no love there. Hygiene Clothing YOU GETNOWtlEttEBY J.S.K. Wondering .who ayor. will oppose the BLUE RIBBON Complaining about tho dust ot ourth Avenue. t Wondering if the post oftlca clock s correct. Predicting the price of whest neit anuary. Worrying about this year's world series. Keeling sorry for the "S" scape- oats of the White Sox. Wonuarlng If Art Baalim was mov- ng his house out of range of that lerman' cannon.' c Wondering when there will be Ice or curling. Wondering why the fellow who says I cannot make a proceeds o give a demonstration. t r Wondering why the orator who says tho least takes the longest to say IL' i Figuring out who Is winner la the presidential .election. Why. it is not an- Issue there to "who won the war.? Whero all the money goes you spend on Wonderisg if MacSwiney likes Irisr stew. Deciding on% solution for the Irish A New That's what any woman js after a hot cup of fragrant Blue Ribbon Tea. It chases away that old tired feeling and fills her with new life. So delicious too; Try It. TO-NIGHT Tomorrow Alright I; Get a Box L' J. O. HlGINBpTHAM CO.) LTD., LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. {By Brlce Belden, M.D.) It is not fair to accuse every man who doesn't visit .the barber very often .-'._' He may- he jnrt. one of -those'' hel n-r less creatures striking vainly at tho H. C. pt U The slump in wheat gives everybody an.awful bump: WORLD SERIES ECHOES There's a scramble for the paper our house just now; And if tho boy's a minute late There's sure to be a row; Dad and Mother and Baby Jim, Grandpa Jones whose eyes are dim, Sister Sale and Brother Are all plumb mad Many a girl who ia 'a poor bridge player can hold hands'to perfection. Is a word trf bo found only in the dictionary of Nar poleon once cried out angrily. Wo pass this on'to the" wiseacres in the U. S., who are opposing the League of Nations. The influence of our clothing upon our general health Is of considerable hygienic', importance. An Interesting phase of' this Influence arises In tho adaptation of the various clothing ma- terials tb'the surrounding environment In.BUch as lo insure the great- est possible heallli to the wearer. Wool is the most easily adaptable to the variations ot climate, and silk, cotton aLd linen, are used in clothing kinds.. The comparative useful- ness of these materials together with leather and-, furs depends on thoir respective "abilities to maintain tho heat of the body, to allow for heat- regulation by means of evaporation from the sldn, to permit muscular freedom'and avoid compression of the Body, and, to protect the body from climatic conditions such as heat, cold, wind The reason ...that, wool .best accom piishes these purposes Is that.although Its fibre Is not very different from tha o! linen or cotton In its capacity foi heat conduction it is a wa: mor.e calculated to hold large qnantl ties ot air in its meshes. This prevents the sudden lowerln; or raisins of the of thi body, because dry air Trill tint cdndnc heat rapidly either" to or away fron the body. Wool also reaches a mor perfect hygienic standard because readily absorbs, water'and porsplra tloni'glvine thorn'bit slowly, thus regu latlng and modifying the temperatur bharges of the body. People sufferln from rheumatism should wear vroo next to the skin tci protect them froi Wondering what the other auto manufacturers meant by saying "We accept Henry' Ford's challenge." Trying to keep a straight face when some merchant prlrico says, "A sharp cllno in prices would be the worst r tho public eventually." what he means by There is a heap o' difference .be- tween tho Blue Danube and the Dan- ube Blues. The bitterest most effective. pills are often-tho WORKLESS WORKER The White Hnllar skilled worker, arc you! Where are your tools 1 Tho other 'em to an What does a skilled with odd Job man. worker want News, THE DEACON SAYS. That It.tak.es a prolty good man to control himself when, after getting nil lathered up, he finds that somebody In the house has.used his razor to cut their cor'ni. sudden 'temperature Silk .Is almost as suitable a maleria as wool for providing warmth an piakes an excellent material for un Sergarments, while cotton and line are considerably less useful In co weather and In tho face of cllmat bhanges. Cotton, can woven In such a way as to resemb wool, with large air spaces and i dark color. The color of materials is imports' In Its connection with exposure to tl rays of the suri. The lighter colors, such a swhite, yolibw and light green, absorb less heat In the direct raya of the sun, -while red, dark green, light blue and black will ro'nder garments warmer. Wondering irentually." Worrying about that snow storm ast week in Toronto. f Figuring how much money you ould have made it you had been a tfom Jrlend if Aba Attel'a. j? Worrying about tho results the ret- r.endutn -will have on the "bootleg- er'.' Figuring where' the third bandit ot to. Crying over the Victrola record ou sat on. Figuring when Ray and Vardon re going home and leave those Am- rlcan golf era a chance- to alibi. 7 Wondering