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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THRSnA-Y,-.rUNB-12,-ini7 THE LETIIBMDGE DAII/Y HERALD PAGE 66 HyCom Said This Shoe Touchy Corns and New Shoes The comfort of old shoes may now be had with new shoes. Blue-jay makes it possible. No need to wince from new shoes nor frown. No need to undergo a period of pain. Before getting a new pair of shoes be corn-free by using Blue-jay, gentle and certain. Then, should a new corn come later, Blue-jay will bring instant relief. Most families have a package of Blue-jay Plasters at home, always ready. Relief is always handy, and instant. Paring never cures. Harsh liquids are harmful. Blue-jay removes the earns permanently, roots and all. The first application removes 91 per cent. More stubborn cases require a second or third treatment. Wear new shoes - any shoes - with complete comfort. Forget your feet. Blue-jay points the way. Know tonight. IN LETTER OF LIFE T ACCEPTS COMMISSION. �St. John, Jjinc f^�>if;'Wzckiel Mc t.Rotl. ehloj' HUttrcrrioptMhiL bf Now lituhs'w'.cki- has accaptfllF-UHJ.a pjibl n i  mc'i. Ph n ir.cr.i'uf.r of y*t! commission to review the flndlngsTOf Mr. Justice dull 'iv relation to IlofvT llolicrl [sogers, In connedIon wlMJ'lhe Manitoba iigr'c-iluirnl college. f)nc l'.as! Had, piace �ii nicl.s in aken oat. preset!' , a >e in town aake liini-tions pre- 1'ovV- ready-to-eat vei mshmemt- good milk and Dominion Toasted Cem Flakes. You can be sure trie children.wj.il be _ pleased, when they' " get a big dish of tbec~ crisp, c.ppetiz-innj flakes. 8 Winnipeg, June 12.-At the sitting of the Dominion boat'd of grain commissioners today, the chairman. J. Leslic-IJoyd. announced that so far as the forming of sample markets were concerned, this had been decided by the Dominion government, the only question remaining to be answered being where they should be located and under what regulations should they be operated. Saskatchewan farmers, particularly those in the neighborhood of Saskatoon, were present in force, together with many representatives of farmers' associations and boards of trades. J. K. McGinnis, representing the Re- m corn FLAKES MADE IN Ctr.'ADA 71,... joU.n n,v�.  r. �l*v�y. ptclu.4 Vuli:� I, prottrv. (Iirir &Lic�TatsrEDOoii!irU>i(fl AltOcjs Packed WAXT1TE Mada by KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY Toronto and Battle Creek ^E8aiiBi^iBBa3i^as�BBOBasBa>3�iisaaiis silion, and of what use the nv.rkeis would be to fauneir,. To bin it. see-:'-ed that the gcveniinent realised that there should \ti some medium tliwcpl-. which farmers riiijjhs,;gct rh0 cents; six tubes for tho-prico of fivo. Dewiire of lmltn, Hons siild to contain hypophosphltes. Tho composition of Dr. Cassell's Tablets Is known cjtUy to tho propriotors, and no imitations can ever be tho suine. Sole Proprietors; Of. Cassell's Co., Ltd., Manchester, Eng. Lethbridge Conservatory of Music Recitals Leo M. Coombs 't presents a Few of His Pupils In �\ a .... .,- ;.'( . KEGITAL Thursday Evening June 14th v. . . ..... ; Assisted by'pupils from the | .g^XWrfnopd Instrument, tlept, N THE CONSERVATORY . �v,v.CONCER"r 1 QHAMBER v AT :  r.aqt.aHARP. ( . ..' ^i-:tHe',plan'�j,�hfltss- Alleen Jones : ' and Le6";M. "Coombs! Collection will be taken in aid of the Canadian Red Cross Society, Invitations: imay bo had from Leo. M. Coombs or any of -his pupils. The Idea! Type of Footwear for Men, omen a We've assembled a stock in which all members of the family' will Und their ideal type of shoe-a line which provides shoes that wear well, feel well and look well. Shoes which embody lasting quality and those features of comfort, Individuality and superior stylet which make them the choice of women who select carefully and critically. But therf Is more to be considered when purchasing footwear than the shoes themselves. Tho store,that sells them and tbe^service it gives are equally as important. And that we provide excellent service and merchandise right is best substantiated by the fact that wo enjoy a large follow-IflO �f yoar-in and year-out customers. Awaiting your Inspection now Is one of the best stocks of shoes we've ever provided, and thi prices are remarkably lew, 9 The Shoemao Beside Merchants' Bank 0594 ;