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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta KI1IIUY. JULY M, 1010 THE LRTIinniOGE DAILY IIKKALfJ Great Will make this store a busy line of shoppers from the time the doors open, right up till ten o'clock >Snoml youv dollars at this store inmorrow where llicy will you the bigu'csi possible relnms. ed with the'determined idea oT an absolute clearance of all lines involved and by a comparison oT :.he n-u'i ver cnn readily see that the purchasing power ol'd in .some cnses many times ils usual value. your Dollar Marrams here aiin.ounrei! are list- la r and Sa ie I'rices (lie m.osl casual idiser- ollar is increased two-Told. lliiro-Told an Extra! Four Coats U'wo coverts, -one striped Tjlazer, and one long silk coat, slightly damaged. Boys' Wash Suits Regular and Busier Brown, Billy Burke and various other styles. White, stripes and plain colors. 2 to (i. Crepe Rompers Regular 65c and 75c. for AVliiio, slry, pink and navy, '2 and Ii year sizes. Splendid to wash ami Sheets Regular and Splendid weight, good quality col ton. Double lied size, Hemmed ends. Great Silk Sale Regular and Poplins in various colors. Mes- siilincs, black colors and Hab- utai, black and while. in. wide. Extra! Waist Sale Middy waists, up to Voile Waists up 10 and some silks and net waists up to Union Suits Regular Each. SLOG .Ladies' regular anrl Tight, knep, fine ribbed, short sleeves or sleeveless. .Silk Gloves Up to Black, white, tan. sky. pink. io, etc. Double tipped value at the price. Satin I'eUicoats Worth up to Otl'I lines .satin. 1'ink. u-hiir sky. lii.man Kiitln in grey, brown, navy, :iiid Unman Siitins, var- C'orsof Value Regular 51.50 and Lines lines ntniriy all sizus iiurlud- rd, up tn 21S. Remarkable values. a nil crepe, wasli drosses of uiiiil am! Indian J load and six only wash suit s up to -Hose and Sox T> pair for I.ailjns' Cotton hose, black ind colors, ami children's sox up Io all white and white with colors. anil Skirts Up to Crepe iind canibvii; gowns and cambric uiuierakirts, hicu. and embroidery trimmed. Bedspreads Sl.OO Regular value Heavy weight spreads, double bed size, very unusual value. Up to .All our -finusL Brassleruy in- eluded in this sate. Sizes IM to lace ami onihroUlury triiu- lllQll. The Sale of Wash Dresses Continues All Our Best Wash Dresses going at. Uegular values and floral Voiles, Plain Wliite Voiles and many other lines; sizes IS and up to 14.' Wash and Middy Dresses Worth ,up to Plum Cliambrays. Indian etc., and middy dresses in splendid styles. Wash Dresses and Suits Worth up to 5E.50 The new striped and nliiiu middy .j as wash suits nnd ono- liece dresses." j Go! I1 Jackets I Sl.OO I Worth up to Children's and ladies' sizes, close hm toning- or low collars, navy, groy, 'maromi. Sunshades Worth up to Just ..an.v. even doxon.; in this sale lot. white and various, col- DANGERS OF A THUNDER- STORM The fear of being struck by light- ning is both a very real anil a very sensible fear, says tlio Philadelphia tint lightning can be avoided like all other evils. 11. will strike in cer- liiin plucus and it will not strike in olher places'., Tbere arc reasons for behaviour in both cases, for na- Inro never operates by c'iiance. A steam engine or a railroad coacli v is, us safe as liny [jhice in the world 1 ils far as lightning is concerned. No cine, has ever lieen struck by ligllt- ninj; be was aboard a train. The business ]iart of a city likc- lyisu is' never struck by lightning. I Neither are tall skyscrapers evet liit. It is a matter of record that ance companies never have any losss from liglitniiig strikins any building with metallic niiles and framework ot iron anil steel. A steel battleship is also safe from the holt from tho clouds; us is a steel windmill tower. Tills IB because every one of the objects is its own lightning rod and needs no further protection than they can Klvc them- selves. There is" another Hst of tilings which lightning will surely strike, it will strike' a country house or a house in tho outskirts of a town. It lltes "to- hit a barn, church, school- house, tree, stack or animal, espec- ially if It Is near a wire fence. As for a bouse, (lie safest place in a lightning storm is your iron or brass bed. It Is very dangerous to stand near the bod because you arc taller than the bell. The reason wily yon Nvlion lying on it is that the bed bond and foot extern! above A LONELY SENTRY IN FLANDERS An official photograph showing a silhouetted against the sky, British sentinel on duty In Flanders your liend. Tile.current will not bodj tho lull to pass through Tiic walls arid the floor tho mom may be 'ripped to pier00 but won will 1m safe as long as yon lie sill! in your bcii. "Silver Gloss" THE CANADA STARCH CO; LIMITED MONTREAL. BRANTFORD. CARDINAL. FORT WILLIAM. cf'Cmtm Brant' aria :vl.ily Wklti" Corn Uutsafs Can: Sltrch.- More Blouses, Lingerie and Table Linen- more Sheets and Pillow Cases moro Curtains ?re .starched- with "Silver than any Canada, Your gr6cer it.' Laundry Starch Feather hods offer no iirotoction whatever from lightning unless Ho on a metal bed. If the lied is of and springs are of sleel ;tho wootl uf tho bed may be split to pieces, but yon will nevertheless niain unharmed. During l.he day tho safest nl.ftce in the house is in tho centra of a room provided there is no stove near. Contrary to popular opinion it makoo no difference whether doors or -.viiulnws are open or closed. Lightning can got In under any .cir- cumstances if it want a tp. PRISONER r Ottawa, July >has 'ived horn that Lance Corp. Harry. Hcidmnnn, a brother of Giis private secretary to Hoij. J. 13. minister of marine and fisheries, who reporter! as hilsalng, ia a prisoner Mf war in Germany, FOOTWEAR For ppoplo who want laslf style, dmmctcr ami foot coinLuiL cpmbjiieil, wtrliave n J'eniurk.iblv fine showing of siiiiiiner in tJie best .styles men, women and children. Shoes are probably the oon- ]iart.oi' a Jadios' wardrobe. Women dressed in our shoes know their taste can- not be questioned. Our shoes for men make friends for us. They look well, feel well and wear well. Our little shoes for little feet at little- prices are popular with the boys and girls. HUFNER ;