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Our ofTice temporarily will be at No. Sargent's coal and wood office is corner Superior street and Third avenue west, Duluth National Bank building.

Special bundle sale of uncalled for goods will commence on February 1st at Lutes' laundry. You pays your money and takes vour choice.

Call soon. Money to Loan On furniture, horses, wagons and any chat- tel security in amounts to suit borrower.

Jamison, room 5 Miles block. If you want the beet laundry work go to Troy Steam laundry. All work called for and delivered 3 Seventh avenue west.

If you want to borrow money on your "real estate" call on 8. West Duluth property. A bbott. I am prepared to make loans on improv- ed business and residence property in any amount at current rates.

No delay. For Bent, For rent 8 room house corner Fourth avenue east and First street. Leasee to buy the carpets, window draperies and stoves now in the house.

Possession given from first to middle ot. Hartley, roojo Duluth Union Nation n I building. At the geutiral's receptions, nbeu she en- tered the great ball room, radiant, young, her pretty shoulders bare, a nmrmui of ad- miration rose from the groups of officers posing iu the doorwajs.

Behinii h. Then in the golden light of the crystal chan- deliers she begins to dance lightly and grace- fully to the music, borne up by the arms of her father's favorite officers, each eager to do her homage.

PYom time to time, as selections were made for pro- motioa, It was enough to deiide a man's whole career to havo tho colonel'?

So-and-So, what a charmiug officer, and how well he dances. To please the colonels daughter, to receive a possible advancement through her influ- ence, certainly.

To push forward in the matter of marrying, ah I that was another song, and one that no one seemed disposed to sing. Among them none, at least no one worth naming, ever whistled that tune.

But within the last yeai- the yoimg girl had had not an admirer but a lover, timid and trembling, and one whom she openly slightwl. He was a big fellow, with reddish brown mustache imd blue eyes.

A native of Lorraine, he had graduated from the school of St. Maixeut and had seen service. He had been woimded at Couimiers and wore a medal of honor.

But as he was not a graduate of tho aristocratic school of St. A farmer's son, he was robust and rosy, a poor hand at talking, though well btformed.

Brilliant at drill, he completely lost his foot- ing in a drawing room. His dancing was atrocious. And he had so mixed up the flgitres of the cotillon on that unhappy occasion that even the most expert failed to recognize them.

Banished thus to the friendly shelter of a window, he regarded for houi-s the girl he adorofl. He followed her pretty flighty head in the whirling crowd and caressed her white shoul- ders with his eyes.

Sometimes he had the audacity to approach the mother and cere- moniously pay his court to hei- These were his boldest advances.

Iu the midst of his gloomy thoughts he. He tried to bring himself to reason. What a fool he was to think of that spoiled child, fit only for pleasure and luxury!

She was in- tended for some i ich young aristocrat, rather than for a poor soldier of fortime. But, alas! He saw hej- ahvays diu-ing the long, sleepless night, always turning, radiant and light, in the transports of the waltz.

One moniing bo could stand it no longer. Life had become unbearable, lie sought out the major, who had always shown him some con- sideration, and begged hun to see the colonel, and, without distinctly putting the question, to discover what soi't of a reception an oflPer of marriage would receive.

He pas. He already re- gretted this bold step, and saw tho future wholly hung in black. That night in the bairack court the nmjor took him aside and said shortly: "I have secu tho colouel.

Here is his an- swer: " 'Tour protege hasn't a sou, my daughter has no dot. That would be marrying hunger to thirst. He is right. Confound iti Don't think of her another moment.

If you have any regrets console yom-self with tactics. And while ho, heavy hearted, was sailing away, tossed on tremendous waves, the young girl, thoughtless and gay, continued to dance tm- dor the brilliant chandeliers, while the flow- ers breathed forth their perfume and the baud played always waltzes.

Later the general, in his handsome house, receives as usual; but at these brilliant mili- tary balls the charming girl, -who, In the old days, turned all heads, appears no longer.

To them tho pow ers of the moment, all the attentions, all the co- quetry. To the deponing sovoreigns, a pro- occupied touch of the cap in the street, and then the cut direct with an air as if one said, "My good woman, you mistake.

They sit all in the black of their deep mourning, with tho sound of the band playing in the distance. It comes back to them liko a gleam of theb- old happi- ness.

She reminded one of a flower refreshed and- puiifiw] by ruin nnd tempest. She had lo-t nmcb of tluu live llness which had suggest ed a frisky young colt and had given her an air ratho.

What an ago since we met! We aro it ally very fortunate—but a thousand pardoos— I call you lieutenant, and yet I see threo Ivands on your sloeviv' Then he grew rod, and said that tt the end of the six months' canqmign he had Liecn made a captain, after tho alfaii at Nim- Dlmh, so many vacancies had occm red above him.

Then he had been kept shut up in Tuyen-Kuan with le commandant Domine. They had had a terrible siege of five weeks in the breach repelling tho fmious iKsaults of the Chmcse, surging liko a sea of human be- ings against the ruined walls of the fort.

Ho had been wounded tho la:;t diy in a final sortie, but from a distance, above the clamor of the yellow hordes, he had heard the French clarions ring out deliverauco.

Oh, for that horn- of exultation! Later his condition had seemed ui grave he had been ordered homo to Franco with the cross of honor.

The two women were silent, the mother. In her worldly wisdom, considering that! The daughter, studymg tho yoitng man, found him changed almost beyoad recog- nition, with his thin, palo face and his air of command and distinction.

Wiis it she— this giii, thoughtful and. He had d reamed of her thus. This vras his very vision. Pi-etty as ever and a hundretl times sweeter and more gentle.

Theii- eyes mot and in those of the officci- sho read. The next day ho found them again at the band concert, uud so for many days.

Ho seated himself near the younj? They walked up and down the patfcs in the deserted park, tho officer and the yDung girl side by side, with slow and lingering steps.

December had passed thus in an intimacy every moment grcwiug sweeter. The agitation tht. He went often to Paris and saw kss of tho widow and her daughter.

A sec-et dread harassed liim. Had they been deceived? What mystery was prepariug for tliem? On tho 31st of December, at 6 c 'clock, he bad not come.

The widow w iis reading the paper which contained the latest promo- tions iu the array. Suddenly she gi-ow red and uttered a cry. His namo is lere!

He has his promotion 1 At this motr. Ho is palo; ho stci s l efore the two women. The old widow holds out her arms to him. Will you be by wife?

Iiuproveuieuts in Telegraplij. Thero is one curious feat- ure I caimot fully explain myself, nnd that is that very often w hilo ono side of the wiro is working perfectly the other side vrl'J refuse to perform its functions.

Tho iufitrmnents in the main office appear to bo all I'ight, but you can do nothing to rcctil'y the eviL Speaking of inventions in telegrapLic instru- ments, the Wheatstono Is a marvel, and will, I firmly believe, eventually do witb telegra- phy what the "plug' machine has done for tobacco rolling— reduce tho number of ojjera- tors required by tho htmdreds.

Iti eflfect In this direction is already being felt in all the larger cities of the country. V Ueternitned Voune Wuuiui.

Alexander James and Edith Smith of AI- phai-otta, Ga. As ho was Icjivlng tho room ho whispered to th'i gi'ooms- man that he was ashamed to get miirricd be- fore so many persons.

Tho grooms tnan told the bride, who promptly said: "YdU helped to bring mo here, and now you musi take his place. Also ill kinds i.

Arcept no olbcr. An ,il!. Iji past. B SUTPHfN COLD Wholesale dressed meats, Poultry and Provisions, Stock yards and abattoir at West Duluth.

Dealer in draft and driving horses, DEAD ANIMALS Promptly Removed on Short Notice. Farusson Block, Duluth r FITGER I: CO.

If 3'ou "want to save and be economical, get your old clothing. Dyed, Cleaned and Repaired. Our work is equal Id any done in the Nonhwcst.

We have every facility. Your garmenls "will look like new. Repair- ing machines is a special fea- ture of our business.

Successor to Kelly Bros. Superior street. EARLINSKY, MERCHANT TAILOR. Cleaning and Repairing ilooe Neat! RAY, Eeal Estate. Duluth National Bank Building Health is Wealth Dr K.

West's Nkrve ash Brain Treat- ment, a frimranttHJd speeiflo for Hysteria UlzztnesR. Kits, Nervous Neural- iria, Hea.

Mental Depr-. Premature Old Ajre, IJiirrcn- ness. Loss of Power In cither sex. Rach l ox contains one month's treatment.

WK OUAKANTEK SIX HOXK. S To cure any case. Ouiininteos Is- sued only by Boyce ATotman, Opera House Drug Store, Suluth, Minn. On nccounl of the intimate lonnect.

Hibbard's Rheumatic Plasters applied to lilt' small of the back, or abdomen, or to anv parts that may be painful and weak. IT NEVER FAILS.

IT NEVER FAJL. IT IS A SAFE FAMILY MEDICINE. Autumn and M inter. It hat. Hibbard's msimatic Syrup has no equal. We cannot hi- withoit it in our family.

Matthew Wiley, i Muskegon, Micb. Mas A. NoBLi:, Jacktoo, Mkh. Hibbard's Rhcumabc Syrup eotirclr cured ine.

IjOKTVi KUKOTB, Wabakh. PAID IN CAPITAL HENRY H. BELL MANAGER. IN Carpets and Draperies Previous to taking inventory.

WITHOUT A RIVAL All work turned out by the Evcming Herald Bindery will give perfect satisfaction and the prices charged are no more than are demanded for inferior work by smaller establish- m exits.

Everything in the line of Ruling and Binding done promptly and the competition of large cities successtully met It we cannot do work as satis- factorily and cheaply as it can be done anywhere in the West we will not ask for custom.

Betore sending your orders out of town give us a chance to make figures. Our work will show for itself t The Evening Herald Bindery. UULUTH EVENIKG UEEAID, FEmtUAUY 5 ARCTIC BREEZES BLOW.

One Decided Touch of Winter Make? This Morning's Weather Reports From Places West and North- west of Duluth. A wind from the north west was blowing at the rata of 24 miles an hour all nijjiht, and this made the cold worse than 40 below.

To- day the wind has decreased in force very miterially and the sun has shown brightly all day. It is prob-ible that tomorrow morning will also tte very cold but that it will be the ead of this surprising snap.

At seven o'clock this morning it was IS degrees below at St. Paul, that city beinj far once warmer than Duluth. So far as can ba learned there was comparatively little severe suffering in this city last nght, though many poor families shivered all night.

While many frosted ears, noses and cheeks are reported they are from those who ventured out with- out sufficient protection.

Trains have been but little delayed, and street cars got through early without trouble. Outdoor labor is practically suspended today ex- cept in cases of urgent necessity.

The Ugbald calls on those who have abundance to give of their 'abundance to aid the noble work this society has undertaken and is carry- ing out.

TBB BOAAD Ot BETHEI. MAMAOSBS UAJIB k BTATBMEIT 07 ITS FIMAKCIAI. On the 17th day of February the new Bethel building will be dedicated, and it is hoped that one or more good speakers will be here from abroad for the occasion.

In anticipation of that event, and that those who have so generously contributed to the parrhase of the lot and erection of the building may know what use has been made uf their contributions, the Bethel board has authorized 'the publication of the following statement: Paid for construction ot build- ing in full J8, SUence, sUvpinx on a wodte of octsau; Sundown, wcstuatxl trailoth a red streak; Oof white si-a iiii.

Shrtkori ly tht- sultry bpeath of noon Stf. I'jxnu is ifnil. Bvu, III turn, they all trod lifes stalely measure. When t iy anguish shalf tx?

And thy love shall be severeil from lea lust; When thy soul shall bo sanotiflod with seelnjj The ullfmate dim Thulo of the Blest, And thi.

Total outlay to date 10, 32 Amount still unpaid on lot 5, It is hoped by the board that those whom Mr. Th-i Zenith City Holds Her Own.

ANDREW JACK ON Jeweler. FOE KENT. Office now occupied by M. Harri- Prom- Chas. Abbott, real es- tate of fice West Dulu th.

Insarance, We have a large list of the oldest and best companies. Insurance promptly and carefully written. We have a special bargain on Superior street west nea- Seventh avenue.

At the request of friends I hereby an- Qounce that I will be a candidate for muni- cipal jurige at the coming city election.

Don't risk Insure whh Myers It any Longer. When in St. Paul stop at The Clifton, 5th street, opposite new court bouse. Money to loan in amount to suit upon Improved business property.

Sargent's coal and wood oflBce is corner Superior street and Third avenue weet, Duluth National Bank building. Excaralon Tickets South. Call at city or depot office of "The North Western Line.

Sujth, General Agent. Insure your property with Me. IN THE SPALDINQ HOUSE BDILDINO. The loca- tion is good and in the future this com- pany can be found at the above location.

Harris Bros. Ws Have It. Desirable lots in all parts of the slty. Call on ns in National Bank build-. A wild west wind was tearing over the Fells and sweepiiiij down tlio narrow valley in fierce gusts, driving the rain in sharp bursts against the windows, and howling angrily round the chimnoys of the littlo inn at Scl- Bido.

But if the evening was dark and stormy, and things outside w ere cheerless, the kitchen of "The. Moorcock" was a cozy picture of warmth and brightness.

A mighty fire blazed in the nido, open fireplace, and sent long trails of sparks and great curls of smoke roaring up the huge chimney.

Its light danced upon the timbered ceiling, across wiiich long ropes of onions and bundles of dried herbs were artistically festooned; it flashed upon rows of pewter plates and dishes on the old delf rack on the waLl, and lighted up the brass face of the old clock iu its dark comer, as it ticked a solemn accompaniment to the fitful snoring of a golden tan sheep dog which lay stretched out upon the brick floor in front of the hearth.

On this bench some half dozen natives were seated, pufling stolidly at their long clays, which were perl- odicaliy withdrawn from bucolic lips to allow of the application of the quart mugs which stood in regular sequence upon the wooden table in front.

Two tall rocking chairs were drawn up on the opposite side of the kitchen, in which we two storm bound rovers were comfortably ensconced. And higUy pictmesque figures we made, clad in miscellaneous garments, be- longing to "mine host," who was liimself en- throned on an upturned casic, and formed a coimecting link, as It were, between "the classes" on one side and "the masses'' on the other of his hearth.

Turn-Dub's a dowiy spot o' neets when it's doggy [Angl ice, misty]; eh, Job? I had my dog, Bob, with me, and we climbed up on the moor and had soon got well on our way.

It was late in the autumn and the days were drawing in fastish, but I knew the path well and so thought nothing much about the time o' day.

But when I got right up on Moortop I began to see as how it was coming on misty, and so I pushed on a bit faster; but the fog was coming up with a coldish wind from seaward, and soon it had got all round me and made me feel chiUy.

It did not close in thick, like a regular smoth- erer, you must know, but it kept whirling in patches, then lifting a bit and rolling away up the Fell, but only to comeunrolling back every now and then.

I don't mind as how I ever beard the wind moan so queerly; it was for aU the world as if a lot of folks were groaning and moaning, and it made me feel a bit skeery like; and the rocks and bowlders looked uncanny with the gray wisps twining among them.

I was main glad, 1 can tell vou, when I made out Hanging Crag, and knew I was over the highest point of the road and beginning to get nigher home.

They say it's haunt- ed with a boggart, ever since a young girl was thrown in thero by her sweetheart nigh twenty years agone. At least, folks always said as how be had shoved her down, for they was seen not far off the hole one evening having some words together, and that was the last time she was ever seen.

He swore, when they asked him what had become of her, that he did not know more than that she had left him, saying that she would not keep company with him no longer, but take up with his brother Bill, who was 'prentice to Tom Benson, the wheelwright.

It put his lamp out, too, so he could not see anything and he was gladly enough to bo up out of it Into daylight again. And if ho load gotten down to the bottom he would have found nothing, for the water is twenty jaids deep there, and they say it flows out at one end into another underground Ijeck, and if a body bad gotten in it would have been sucked down with the stream.

But all this is outside my story and has naught to do with mo. Then 1 noticed that Bob, my dog, had gone on, and was out of sight; and 1 whistled for him smartly, you bet.

ITp ho conu'. But you see 1 didn't like to turn and run for tt, and him at my liack. Where ai-e you fiora?

Sure enough, he began to walk on too, rolling his bead slowly and swinging bis arms, but alwars Just the same distance lx hiud, and never making no noise or call 1 tried to shako him off over and over again , but fast as 1 went he kept up and when I slowed ho slowed too.

Onco or twice I tried stopping dead, thinking he would, maybe, pass nio, or at leijst come nigh enough for me to see him plainer, but no, be was al- ways ready to stop when I did, and lie never came nigher by oven a yard.

So 1 kept on somehow, wondering how it was to end, and presently I saw the front of Eagle's Cliff looming up on the loft.

The sight of it put a sudden idea into my head. I would scramble up it and over to Gearstones, for I felt certain the thing with its loose head and arms could nevei- get up that path after me.

I walked slowly till I came right op- posite the cliff face, keeping my eye well on the fellow. Then I stopped dead short, and he did too.

TERRIBLE WASTE OF LIFB EVERY COMMUNITY. Then I made a dash for it, tore madly over a bit of moss there Ls, and was twenty feet up the cliff among the startled, swearing jackdaws before I dared to look round.

I could have yelled with joy, for there was that unholy figure n-going slowly up on the moor again, and before I coidd wink or rub my eyes be disappeared in the mist.

Then mine host arose, and, Icnocking out the ashes from his pipe against the top bar of the grate, said tersely: "Cloasing toime, lads.

Anyiiow, gentlemen, whether Job Kirkbright did or did not see this bog- gart, a poor soul was lost somewhere on tiiat very moor a few months before. He was a queer sort who was steying up at Haverth- waite Hall, a brother or cousin of my lady's, thej said, who had had a sunstroke in India, or in some of thoso hot parts.

He used to take long walks on the Fells all alone, and one afternoon ho set out to go over to Litton- dale and was never seen again.

When It got late they set out to look for him, and found a little fox terrier which belonged to him, and had gone off with him, whining at the gate.

Likely be is lying in one of them pot holes. The Engineer'a Mascot. An engineer on tbo Danville railroad, be- tween Dnnvillo and Springfield, Ills.

For several years the cat has journeyed with the engineer on ills regular runs, usuaUy sitting in the cab window before its master.

Sometimes in fine weather it strolls out on the pilot and lies there for hoiu's at a stretch, blinking at the dogs that bark as the train thunders by.

Sometimes it climbs to the top of the sand box, and sits there undisturbed by the shriek of the whistle or the clang of the belL Tha cat used to belong to tho engineer's wife, who is dead, and ho wouldn't part with it for love or money.

The engine has had good luck ever since tho cat attached itself to it, and tha train h. Roxing ait a Ueautifier. And it is natural, too. Every afternoon before taking a walk she and a friend put on the boxing gloves for an hour.

They whack each other over the cheeks and nocks till their faces are crimson, then dress hurriedly, as dressing in haste goes with women, aud walk up and down the street while the color is on.

Before the complexion has become normal in its tiut they return to their home. Gradually they have made a reputation for having the rosiost cheeks of any women in New York.

As they sit there in tho front row now you can see how pale their cheeks are naturally and bow white their necks.

On the street they are the healthiest looking girls in New York. Sherman's One Request. A west side political club wanted to ser- enade GeiL Shermaa A comrailtee saw him about it beforehand to learn whether tho demonstration would be agreeable.

I won't make much of a speech, but if you care to have a few off hand remarks I will make them. But I insist upon ono condition.

Your band must not play 'Marching Through Georgia. That has become monoto- nous, don't you see, and I fee! Reason declares that sickness and dejjth will 1 0 more likely to prevail among tho po r than among the rich and those In comfortatlo clr- cunutances, and statistics prove such actu- ally to bo the case.

The poor man necessarily can prcv tect himself much less. THE DA. NQERS OF POVKBTT. The mo:'tality in tho trades Ls two or three times that in tho Ijrofessions, among which, by the way, tho deaths among tho doctors e.

Here tiists the greatest poverty, contamination of the soil and mortality. In Now York 2, people were recently found inhabiting a single block, fourteen or fifteen sometimes in two rooms, or even one, which served as kitchen, worlishop, laundry, bed chamber and parlor.

Among them a corpse is allowed to lie two days in the same room in which the fam- ily eat, work aud sleep, with possibly ,m in- valid in bed, and the thermometer often ranging over degs.

Tho food and water are bad, the slops imperfectly disposed of aud the sewer exhales poisonous gases. Poverty is forced to endure unhealthy surroun iings, and unhealthy smroundings, in addition to their prolmble direct effects, deprive human beings of their self respect, deaden thoir in- tellects, render their blooti impure and lo in- directly mako them more liable to contract disease.

In England and WaSos, in every 1. In Rhode Island, satistlos far fif- teen yeai-s show that men's lives average three or four years longei- in the cojntry than in the city of Providence.

THE VlCXmS OF ONE DISEASE. Among the diseases to which the poor are especially liable may bo instanced dipbtieria, and, in fact, contagious disorders generally, those which are produced and affecUd by bad air, overcrowding and soil contajnina- tion, wasting and nervous diseases, those due to exposure, rheumatism contracted in lamp cellars or basements, pneumonia and bron- chitis in winter, cholera uifantum insimuner, etc.

Says Professor Vaugham : "Weshuddor at tho ravages of cholera, but let us come neai-er home. Typhoid fever slays its hun- dreds where cholera slays its tens.

IJvery death from typhoid fever is tmnecessar-". If the soU were not contaminated none Jrould occur. Yet there are 1, deaths from this disease in Michigan each year, and for overy one who dies there are ten sick, and not a case is justifiable.

Each patient is sick on the average about four weeks and thero are 10, sick during the year. This Lieans not only a great loss of wages, tut a nurse is required for each pei-sou sick, so that 20, people in Michigan give up their entire time to this disease four weeks out of each year.

You may keep your preaiises clean, but only a little fence separates you from your neighbor, aud he may be careless.

If that neighbor should knock you on the head in a dark night, ho would be sent to prison; but he may contaminate your well, and rob you of your life and your family, and you can do nothing.

Tne old legal maxim, "sic utere tuoutaiie- num non laedat"— "so use your own that it shall not injiu-o others"— expresses tho prin- ciple which imderlies them so far as thef re- late to conunimicable diseases.

The means ol' se- curing thLs result is the education of the Indi- vidual, and it has Ijcenoneof tho objects of The Her. Moral and sanitary education, however, are of ilow growth, requiring for the best results to be begun in childhood, and continued through- out life, and even through guncratlojia.

MOXIE Werro Pi d. It wllJ relievo old driukurs of tlm thirst for liquors, though Ji U pt-iitit'i tt medicine nor a stlmnluuU It cures nery ousness and mental exhaustion at once if noi from laflsipmai Ion.

Tha only prpparation of tOU LITKH Oil. AXP AS A ki:mkt y ron roxscMPTio"'; innON DEPOT TIME TABLE. Kxeepi Limited Sunday. NOOu in pm aJSOp in 7 10 p m.

Uliidder, lirllationof theKt-ck of the Hladder. Hurning I rlne. Infliiniinatlon of the Kidneys and Bladder, Dropsy of Kidneys and Acid tTrlne, Bloody VrlDP, PAIN IN'THK B.

Inabllliy to Ketaln the Water, particularly In persons ad- vancedin life. IT IS A KIDNFY" INVESTir. ATOU and restores the Urlnetolls natural color.

Sold by all Druggists. W, PAIKE, HENRT LARDXEB, Lkte Cub, Dulatb Nat. Bank NUea, Mlob. Collections promptly attended to. Interest paid on time deposits.

You forset thai, even a guod thing is only good when propurly used. You h. Now you must read them, and they will trot you out of your tr juLle.

Groccrb, Druggiiiu, 4o. The : Ourantee : Company OF NOFJTH AMERICA. BTOrKKK A CO.. FREE of charge. F; C FOWLKU, Moodus, Conn.

I prescribe it and feel safe in recommend- ing: it to al! STOJCEB, M. PRICE, tl. Sold by DruKdita. L Ordean. Smltn, Cash. Chase, V. W, Marshall, Asst.

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK PAID IN CAPITAL.. Money transferred by draft to any part of the world. Accounts of mercnanis. Ordean, A.

Chase, A. Cash, W. Clarkson H. Smith W. Wright, D. Swanstrom, h. THE DULUTH UNION NATIONAL BANK. Bomber Command lacked the strength at this stage to do any serious damage.

Pictured here is a Bristol Blenheims of No. The Bristol Blenheim was Bomber Command's principal light bomber in the early years of the war. By the time this photograph was taken, Bomber Command had switched to night bombing, but 2 Group was tasked to continue low-level daylight operations with a variety of aircraft until May In Bomber Command grew in strength, but navigation over blacked-out Europe was still a major problem.

Setbacks in the Battle of the Atlantic meant a major effort was needed against German warships and U-boats. German night-fighters and anti-aircraft guns were becoming more effective.

Heavy losses caused a slump in morale. Pictured here is a Short Stirling of 7 Squadron at Newmarket Heath in Suffolk, July The Stirling was the first of the RAF's four-engine bombers to enter service.

It could not fly as high as the Halifax or Lancaster, and so was more vulnerable to anti-aircraft fire. Stirlings were withdrawn from bomber operations in November In Bomber Command received a new aircraft — the Avro Lancaster — and a new leader — Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris.

Accepting that precision bombing was proving impossible, the War Cabinet sanctioned 'area bombing' — the targeting of whole cities to destroy both factories and their workers.

It was judged necessary to defeat an enemy that seemed on the brink of victory. Harris believed it could win the war and gained much public support when he sent 1, bombers against Cologne.

Pictured here is an Avro Lancaster of No. By this date seven squadrons were equipped with the new bomber, which went on to become the most important and numerous of Bomber Command's 'heavies'.

In new tactics and technology enabled crews to find and hit their targets with increasing precision. An elite Pathfinder Force guided the bombers using coloured marker flares.

Major attacks were launched against Germany's industrial heart in the Ruhr valley. Hamburg was devastated by a firestorm. But attempts to knock out Berlin failed.

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