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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WRDNKSDAY. JUNK 28. THE fcKTHBniDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE nra: Tonight Let's End That Corn! Apply a little Blue-jay plaster. That brings a wonderful wax in touch with the corn, find protects it This wax was invented by a chemist who has spent 25 years studying corns. Tomorrow You'll forget the corn. Blue- jay ends all pain. It will prove to you that all corn pains are less. You can stop them in an a Blue-jay. You will always do that when you know the facts. Next Day The corn will disappear for good. And no soreness follows. Blue-jay has proved that on 70' million corns. It will prove it to you, we promise. After that, you will never keep a corn. BAUER BLACK.Chlcaco and New York Makers of Surcicul Dressings, etc. IScand 25c at Druggists Blue jay Ends Corns Cement Work Showed Discrep- to Address Jury on Own Behalf Soplde Kask, fotir-y ear-old daughter of Alex Kask, Sylvan Lake, Alta., was fat ally-burned; James Uans6ri was killed and sev- eral persons were injured in a torna- do which'Swept through Vienna, N.D. June the ninth day of the trial of! Thomas Kelly, par- liament buildings contractor, on the charges oC theft, receiving and false pretenses, the case Tor the crown wan cloned at 9 ofolouk this forenoon after the examination of 39 witnesses. Kelly stated this morning that he will ad- dress the jury on his own hebalf. II. A. Bonhar. K.C., will sum up the evidence as the crown seen it' im- mediately upon resumption of the court, this afternoon. The accused will follow and then Mr. Justice Prou- dergaat will charge tho jury. II a verdict, is reached today it prohaliiy will he the evening. Cracks in Walls S. C. Oxton, deputy minister of public called as a witness to- day, swore that on his last inspection ie counted 72 cracks'in the- parlla1 raent building walls, some of them all the way to the top of the building, md others in the brick work of the foundations., Mr. Oxton declared that nvoices produced by Kelly before the Mathers commission showed a tola! )f half, barrels of. cement de- ivered to Kelly while the caissons were under construction. If Kelly put a barrel and a half of cement to each cubic yard of concrete this would have provided for only cubic yards of concrete. Thomas K. Middlemiss, assistant manager of the Royal Trust company, identified a bunch of string, the seal and memorandum purporting to show that the string had inclosed a parcel oC as'taken Crcm Dr. R. M. Simpson's safety deposit vault. The said that on April 8th, 1915, George Coldwell appeared with the key and wished access to Dr. Simp- son's box, but request was re- fused. A telegram signed by Mr.' THE TONIC THAI HEALTH "Fruii-a-tives" Builds Up The Whole System Those who take "Kruil-a-Uvcs" for (he first time, arc often astonished itt Hie way it builds them up and makes them feel better all over. They may be taking "J-'rui t-n-tives" specific disease, as Constipation, Indigestion, Chronic Ilcjidiielios or Neuralgia, Kidney or Bladder Trouble, Kbeu- imilismor Pain in the Hack. Ami they find when "FniH-ii-tives" has cured the disease, that they feel hotter and stronger in every way. This is due to the wonderful tonic properties of those famous tablets, mads from fruit juices. Me. a box, G for trial size, I'Oc. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tivos Limited, Ottawa. Coldwell and addressed to Dr. Simp son at in care of Hon. Robert asked Dr. Simpson to "please authorize Todd." who was manager of tho Royal Trust company, "to allow me as your deputy to have access to my papers in the vault." There was evidence that this telegram, dated April 8th, 1915, was not delivered. 'HIS MASTER'S VOICI" New, VICTOR RECQRDS for July A wealth of mirth and melody for camp- ing days and town-house entertainment and enjoyment, Go on Sale Today Tuneful semi-comic, humorous, descriptive, dance music and instrumental numbers. Here are a few of many choice selections: TEN-INCH DOUBLE-SIDED VICTOR RECORDS aoc FOR THE TWO SELECTIONS: Oh, Joe, with Your Fiddle nod Bow Peerless Arrah Go On, I'm Gonna Go Back to Oregon Simple Melody Edna Brown-Billy They Made-it Twice as Nice as Paradise 18051 Geoffrey O'Hnra J Edna Brown} r Sleeve 'H( Ham BirnctJ Baby Edna Brown The Girl Who Red Cross on Her Sleeve 'HWS2 r A NEW MARIMBA RECORD AT 90c Ctvallerhi R urfUc a Hurtado Bind Fadinc Hurtjido Broi. Btad fimH SPLENDID TWELVE-INCH nOL'BLE-SIDED DANCE RECORD Are You Prepared for the Summ Walkin' the Dor-Fox Trot Ti Jitftor Mil itirr Band JMSH VnftorMiliUrjrBindJ RED SEAL RECORDS ialitinetle Sons Alma Cluck HK6 hea the Bora Come Home Evan W'UEams M59I ONE PRICE FROM COAST TO COAST Hear them at any "His Master's Voice" dealer's AVrite for free copy of our 450 page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000 Vicftor Records Berliner Gram-o-phone Co. LIMITED QQQj Lenoir Street MONTREAL Victor Records- Made in Canjdn 766.300 MASON RISCH, Ltd. The Home of The Victjrola Balmoral Block Fifth; Street South For the firpt time in the history of the province, competitions in Rescue and First Aid work will be held on July 1st, under the auspio of the Rocky Mountain branch of the Canadian Mining Institute, at Cole- man, Alberta. Eight teams have en-, tered for each competition, coming 'rom Lethbridge, Coleman and Ferine', B.C., the events being opened to every- one engaged in mining work in AI- lerta and eastern British Columbia. Both the lieutenant-governor and Hon. Charles Stewart, minister of public works, Slave boen invited. The competitions will be carried out as nearly as possible under actual min- ing .conditions, and the competitors-- each team consisting of a captain and four -be expected to per- form all operations consequent upon anueiplosion, rescuing, resuscitating The institute is giving as the first prize in each competition a silver shield and gold .medals, aud for the second prize, silver medals. Special trains will be run from Lethbridge and Fernie, and it is an- ticipated that between three and four thousand people will be present. A number of mining men from the north country have indicated their intention of being present, and the competitions should be equally interesting to those engaged in the industry in the north- ern part, of the province, as it is the "ntention, if the affair is as success- ful as it is. expected to be, that next year they will be held in each section of the province. In addition Ho the main attractions 'or the occasion, Coleman is provid; ng a program of sports and a brass mnd will be in The Red Cross society will take care of the refreshments, and intend to nake it a "Red Cross Day" as well.'' The object of the competitions Is .0 lead to greater efficiency and stimu- ate interest in mine rescue and first aid work, and it is owing to the grant1 of the provincial government! mado the institute, that it is able j o carry out the competitions. It will ie one of the biggest days they have ver had In the southern mining dis- rict. Calgary, June case of K. Leverton charged with defrauding ie Farmers' Co-operative Elevator ompany in his i opacity of engmocr outractor, is up in the police court lis week. Evidence tending to cl H o ccused had two elevator hoists made y the Union Ironworks, Calgary, for inn each, 01 ?12r 50 gross total for hicli the Alberta Farmers' Co-opera- ve Elevator company paid a total of "00. or for each hoist, was pre- fintad. E. J. Fream stated that Leverton ad been superintendent of construe- on for the elevator company at. a lary of per annum, or ?300 er month. The Charges Tho charges against Leverton are at'he did conspira with Albert'Rlt- lie aud James IMeNefl to obtain the ni of from the A, F. C. Co. v .defraud, deceit and falsehood; That he (lid conspire with Ernest J. Jiiort to obtain by the same That be conspired with Wil- ii, formerly of Midland Machine company, to obtain from the elevator company large, suma of money TliaHto corruptly accepted from tuV OUR PUBLIC SALE CLOSES ON FRIDAY, JUNE 30th And we Shank our numerous customers for s'enerous resjMtnse. II is jnsl 18 months since Ave had our last Whirlwind Sale, and this Big1 Public Sale eclipses all previous sales. FOR THE NEXT TWO DAYS WE TO GIVE AWAY -S'lO.yO Hulls, Public Hale price, sixes 36 to Suits. Public Sale iiviee. sixes to 42 I f issue a warning in- tending visitors, pointing out that al- though the Bavarian mejfl 'cards en- titlethe 700 gramma week- OF CANADA A Valuable Feature Joint Account opened with the Union' Bank of Canada In the' names of two persons, Is that If one dies the family funds are not tied up just when they ;are.' likely to be most needed. Tha' survivor can withdraw the money without delay Of formality. _ Think it open a Joint Account' LETHBRIDGE BHANCH G R. TINNINQ, GRASSY LAKE BRANCH, H. E. SANDS, Actlrj ;