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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRI.DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Young Shugrue Gave Light- weight Champion Worst of Ten-round Bout New York, N.Y., Dec. Bhugrue, the Jersey City lightweight, outpointed Freddie Welsh at England, the world's champion lightweight, In a ten-round bout at Madison Square Garden tonight. Shugrue outfought and otltboxed Welsh In eight ol the ten rounds. The third round was oven, while Welsh had the better of the seventh. By agreement both boxers weighed Jn this afternoon at 133 pounds. To- night at the ringside the English box- er weighed 13-194 while the -American tipped the beam at It was the story of tho fighter ag- ainst the boxer, with the lighter hav- ing the best it. Shugrue wag the better throughout the bout, tearing Into Welsh's body with both hands. Welsh used Jabbing tactics, and at times held on, while Shugrue, when both arms were free, sent in short arm jolts to the face and body, and at the end o" the second had cut Welsh's right eye. The third wao even, Welsh. sending hard lefts and rights to the face. Shugrue forced the fighting in the next three rounds. In the fourth lie punished Welsh on the body, and ha Kent the Englishman's head back with a Sard straight left In the fifth. Welsh Jabbed and side-stepped In the silth, but Shugrue was on top of him, continually tearing In with both 'hands. Welsh's best work came in the 'when he landed a sting- ing left to the face and followed with a hard lift, Shugrup had the better of the exchanges in the last three rounds, landing hard drives on the head and body. Both fought very roughly in the eighth, 9hugrue forcing Welsh to a corner, and Welsh did likewise. They were in itlff mix-up at the bell. TOMMY MCCARTHY WINS FROM TERRY KELLAR New York, N.Y., Dec. Mc- Carthy of Lewlston, Mont., outfought Terry Kellar of California, In a fast rid-round bout here tonight. Mc- weighed 181 pounds, Kellar ,175. STONE DEFEATED GALLANT Boston, Mass.. Dec. Stone of New York, who claims the light- weight championship of Australia, was awarded the decision after a 12- round contest with Gilbert Gallant of Chelsea tonight I PLAYS AT TABER TONIGHT Basketbafi will make its season's debut at Taber tonight The "Big Brothers'" class of Khox church will play the Taber seniors in an exhibi- tion match. The Lethbridge hoys will line up as follows: G. Campbell and F. Bonnell, guards; G. WIMIams, centre; W. Hurray and L. Rush, forwards. ACCEPT WITH PLEASURE The Medicine Hat Typographical -Union-ban a bowling team. They Iiave challenged the Lethbridge Typoa to a homc-and-home series, to be play- ed: Christmas and New Year's. Talking about printers and howlers, the Lelhbrtdge typographical artists are just about the most enthusiastic trundlers in this neck o' the woods, and -they .will tajke the Medlclr-3 Hat defl np with pleasure. CTS Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps (HOiUNOt r f For sharpening the and'stlmulat- organs will find nothing to equsl Wolfe's Schnapps. Talcs It M "toddy" with hot sugar and Itmon and a wlntfluiral M Wolfe's. Yoi m the honors by Knox that was pos-iwhich a light man can use his body Jt8eir m any capacity. WM sible The Boarding Club bad to i and is of the opinion that the nidi- ,arge measure, and, later reports _. _i___ i vi( rial iip.rinrmnrs nn VanCOlVlOE imHnataA tliono hnva manv few hours, and the rapidity 'with which things took place was stag- gering. The response to the call ol the war office TVBS and particularly from the aristocratic, from the rich and from members ol the nobility. What was considered the very cream of the country offered itself in any capacity, -iras accepted In vidual performers on the V and Westminster clubs will win both tilts to cinch the cham- pionship and the first they gathered in bv only a single pin, the totals reading, Knox 427, Boarding club rule is enforced by 428. A lucky finish decided the fate onicials. of the game. big advantage when the bpni I 011C Udiuv. The Boarding Club had still an- other game to win to be sate, but had no difficulty in their second the Pacific This rule was tried out by the N. e ,arge measure, and, as aer repos ancouver j indicated, these men have, many have a ot them, given their lives that the ly checv- micht survive. The response H. A. the first of last sea'son, the club raised such a kick against it that the directors wisely withdrew ao difficulty m tneir second with the Knox boys, win- objectionable clause It Had Knox that thc_ coast clubs Empire might survive. The response was general, and the working classes offered men from their ranks in swarms. "The War Office was called upon to care for a quarter of a million men within a few days, -when, there was a capacity for onlv ,and when dc'tstood'that the "coast'clubs also this number was doubled, you can eltKmesfS teams would option .I throwing out tins easily see, that there must be some visited military camps Herald, Union .Bank and Dormitory. must withJ trom Portsmoutli to Northumgerland ---i merchants' and he states that'the organization la on i as near perfect as Drains and money could make It. Lord Kitchener slash at'ed right and left through the maze ot tape, liis eyes being everywhere POLISHING UP The bowling alleys will be. closed tlle for a day for repairs. Physical Di-1 'ayior urn tme n rector Thompson is having t-hcm putltne rest of the plajers. into good shape for the second round] The Victoria squad is already work. Skmnp.r Poulin and W MK S oi the 'tournament, which will start a day or LEAGUE GOING- WELL work. Skinner Poulin and Walter Smaill are showing mid-season, form, j f-1 Bobby is somewhat heavier The first schedule of games 5'car'- but very satisfactory. Nearly all the should games were played and in a satisfac- tory manner. A few of the. games that were not ployed would not al- ter leading teams If they had to be played off now. That's why the schedule has been closed for further postponed games, HANDICAP'SCHEDULE The second round will be a handi- cap affair and three teams will he brought together at a clash. It is proposed that in each game three points shall be counted, two for the winning team and one lor. the. team that is second. The winners of the second schedule ef games will bowl oli a post series with the Boarding Club for the cham- Clarke are displaying good form. Ths champions will take things easy until pionship. Boarding Nicholson Allen.. Carberry Bonnell Cnrl'ey Hftnsch Scores Last Night 125 137 ISO 428 130 171 120 161 153 Final Standing of Boarding Club Union Bank.. Herald.... Dormitory..... Knox.......... i'C., W.-ft H..... Royal 'Bank High School Directors...... MacDonald Co. nidpath.. WlUou Jt Homo. L. 4 5 6 11 11 8 11 12 13 weight. Lester Patrick down _ added bu Chuck i Mr. Mitford', "England seemed to as taken to cut out tie exploitation the balance of the squad arrives here; when they will start preparations in earnest. It is now stated that Mike Mitchell will the Portland nets this season. Mitchell will arrive in the city on Sunday. war materials and nccessitleB McGtLL RUGBY1STS ARE PREPARING FOR THE WAR That the, call of war will leave sev- eral gaps In the ranks of college ath- letics is indicated by the-announce- ment that nearly every member of the University football squad has joraed the JIcGill regiment, which will be available for overseas ser- vice. Atnonc those who have enlisted are George' Laing, MfcCatl, Wollat, Ross LiaJng, and George. Hodgson, the Olympic swimming champion. GOLFERS IN CITY "There are golfers In Chi- cago, and many new courses are be- ing added says At H. Jolly, golfer pi the Midland Country club at Kewanee, 111. "They have also three public go'if courses in the city, and on these the game is played from sunrise to sunset every day during the Jolly is as Scotch as can be, though he has lived-in Chicago "for some years, arid prides himself on his cosmopolitan accent. He comes di- rect from >St. Andrew's, the very home of golf, and he has five brotheia ii. ilib as pro- fessionals. He1 .conducts a big indoor golf school in Chicago during the win- ter mouths. Delicious Appetizing With the flavor aroma o! the choicest hops and with the blending ot the hops with the liest selected barley malt, you have in Alberta's Pride Beer one of the most enticing bever- ages that, the skill ot man can produce. People drink it for Us appeal- ing flavor, for the refreshment that !t affords, sad for tho health that it gives; for Al- berti'i Pride Besrii beneficial In a variety ot ailments. Any good doctor will tell you that. Lcthbridse Beer Is a pleasing beverage, It is a good appetizer and it U fine for the digestion. Try a case of it at home. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE 5M I EMPRESS 1 dBLalll THE HOUSE OF COMFORT TO-NIGHT "A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH" FEATURE DRAMA "THE LIE" SRAMA "THE DOOM OF DUTY" .............................roMcnv "SOPHIE STARTS SOMETHING" "SHOW COMEDY "CHEESEVILLE COPS" COMEDY EMPRESS CONCERT ORCHESTRA THE BEST MUSIC IN THE CITY W. B. MITFORD Who juit returned from Brltl.h there being no- general rise in the prices of food stuffs. "I was at Salisbury Plain for two days, and you may be sure that it was with pride that I witnessed those three immense camps, alive with boys from Canada. Their chief anxiety seemed to be 'when are we to get on the firing line.' No one knows Or what their movement will be, but it seems almost impossible that they will get to the front very goon. The systems of warfare are different In this war than they have ever been before, so that mucs time Is required before raw men can be expected to act with tho men. now at the front The boys are settling down, to their, tasks, though ,ln a way which shows a line lot they From a fbian.cial standpoint, Mr. Mitford says that the whole situation seems -to have been well in hand from the time that war seemed a certainty, up to the -present, excepting bank holiday week, when things were very bad. The question was handled by the -increase in the bank holiday, the closing of the Stock Exchange, and the creation of pounds in new one pound and ten shilling notes, the consequence of which was the dropping of the Bank of England rate. Recent developments include the ex- cellent response to the war loan, and the action of' the government in re- gard to the Stock Exchange, whereby holders of security may have advanc- ed from the banks 60 per cent, of the market value of the security when the Stock Exchange closed. This has afforded-great relief, and says Mr. Mitford, prevent any panic through .opening of the Stock cbange. Mr. Mitford is glad to note the ex- pressions of optimism In the United States and Canada, which seem to In' dicate the early closing of hostilities. "I don't want to appear pesatr said" ho, "but financial men In the Old Country are preparing for a three-years' struggle, and the most sanguine military men do not look for the dove of peace to appear be- fore a year from next, spring at the STARTLING PICTURES OF "THE MILLION DOLLAR AT. STARLAND Hundreds were unable to gain ad- mission at Starland last evening, when the eighteenth episode ot "The Mlllon Dollar Mystery" WRS exhibited as the of an all feature pro- gramme. Tils, thrilling episode en- Itled "Florence Trapped by the proved to be, without ei- ceptlon, the most Interesting and most .exciting episode which has yet been produced. To all those who are ntereated in this great mystery story who were unable to visit Starland ast evening, it might liere be said that this episode will be repeated for the last time tonight, and a special effort should be made to witness it. There are many other exceptionally good attractions on the same hill to- Tb'.cst will well repay all who d Starland tonight. A STORY OF LOVE AT THE EMPRESS Tonight is your last chance to see three love stories picturing three dis- .Inctways in which love for one. and another can be shown. "A Diamond n the Rough" is a two-part society drama, full of a strong man's love for woman, also picturing in a most vivid manner the pretended love of a dis- loneit man for the same woman, in reality it was his love of money and affluence. "The Claim of showing how a soldier's love for country and duty paramount over his own personal love.1 "The Ljle" teaches us In a most striking manner that the teachings of a par- ent are imbedded so deeply on a child's mind that wiien it is a question of filial love or teaching, teaching There are also three good com- edies, featuring "Slippery Slim and Sophie and other well-known augh producers. Mr. Mitford says that stories of atrocities on the part of the Germans must be taken .with caution. "I spent some time trying to ascer- he says, "to Just whaj extent these reports -were based on feet. H is obvious that with millions of men turned practically loose, there will be some atrocious acts committed, and Lliore IB evidence that some fearful things have been done. I have tried to find these evidences and in each in- stance I have failed to obtain first hand testimony. It will never be en- tirely clear just what did happen In Belgium during the first month of the war. I spent several days among the war. 1 spent several pays amuug companies sucn as are wormy the refugees and wounded on the east support of Majestic patrons. coast of England, and although 1 Beats are now on the heard any number of stories, the iey Drug Co. proof was not forthcoming. I 437 JAPANESE MINERS DEAD News of Awful Dlinter Recelvsd at i London from Toklo BXCEPTIONAL ATTRACTIONS AT MAJESTIC NEXT WEEK The first high-class attraction to play the Majestic Theatre since the Western Canada Theatres, Limited, assumed the management, will open on engagement of three nights and Wednesday matinee next Monday In Ian MacLaren's Immortal story of the Scottish hills, "The Bonnie Briar Bush." In presenting this first at- traction to the people of Lethbrldge, General Manager Walker wishes to establish the fact that all attractions playing the Majestic will be of a char- acter "which will merit the confidence of the citizens', and, where It is pos- sible to do so, the prices will be kept within a reasonable figure so as to encourage a large attendance. The' statement of the management regard- Ing the calibre of a company may be accepted by the general public aa strictly In accordance with fact, and In this way the operation may be made mutually profitable and enjoy- able. It Is generally known that the pre- sent season is so unsettled that very few companies are being sent on the road and like every other city, partic- ularly In the west, Letbbridge is bound to suffer in the dearth of- New York companies available., for. en gagement. During the 'season, how ever, Mr. Walker hopes to arrange periodical visits ;.from established companies such as are worthy of the HAZLEMERE CONCERT HELPS PATRIOTIC FUND Macleod, Alta., Dec. resi- dents of Hazlemere held a most suc- cessful patriotic concert on the even- ing of Friday last, as a result of which the Patriotic fund; will benefit to the extent of some ?50 to 960. The 3azlemere school, the scene of the entertainment, was packed to the fullest extent, a large numger of the :ownspeople making the Journey. i London, Dec. Tokio dispatch lo Hauler's Telegraph Co. reports a for serious mine dlsaitef in Hokkaido, .the iiortherhmosi of the nmln. Islands of Japan. It is rtjxifUd 437 mtn- i Hed CAMINETTI ERROR DENIED White Slavery Convict's Petitio: -Answered by Government San Francisco, Cal., Dec. Htltloh C B1. Drew Camlnetti, con TWO NIGHTS STARTING Next Monday December 7 THEO. JOHNSON Presents a Superb Production of "The Bonnie Brier Bush" IAN MacLAREN'S GREAT SCOTTISH ROMANCE Wed. Dec. 9th MATINEE 4 NIGHT "What Happened to Jones" The Laughing Geo, Broadhurst TIMELY PRICES Nights, 26c to Wed. Matlnea 25c and 50c Seats now on sale at Hedley Drug Co. Insuring Good Digestion mportance of Preventing Pood Fer- mentation in stomach Good digestion usually means good health. So long as the stomach does Us work properly disease can find no odgment in human system; tBe Iver, kidneys and intestines will per- "orm their work perfectly remain n perfect health; but 'permit any- rtiing to interfere with the proper dt- 3estion of food, an unending .set of troubles Is set in motion. "About the jnly thing that will upset the stomach and interfere with, digestion is an ex- cess 'of acid, usually caused' by food fermentation. Food fermentation is due to chemical action in the food itself This fermentation causes tho formation. of -gae, or as well as acid, resulting In the unnatural dis tention of the stomach and the burn- lug by. the acid ot the delicate lining of the stomach, Medicine and tonics cannot relieve this condition they usually, make it vorse. The fermentation and acid.are "id theie must be overcome and prevented bi taking after a tea-paonful of blsurated magnesia. II. a little hot or cold lecommeud blsuraled .ally because It stops and l" nma, without irritating the stom li In any way Get a little bisurated Wtltlon C H1. Drew Camlnetti, con your druggist and try ricted on 1 charge of white Jlavery, yotlr {CTmenu ror'a new trial was answered ind Upset3 ,ollr sovernmcnt today In a brief, wim U1CW. tho J3 anil luicklj the acid Is neutralised low soon you forget that you uch a thing ae ;