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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEUNESDAY, JULY 8. 19M THE LETHBRIfcwii DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN With Acute Indigestion, "Froit-a-tives" Cured Me, oW., MAY 1913 "I iiu uot a strenuous user of medicines or patent I have taken nearly everything recommended for Iiidigestioifand Cphstipatiou. i I have been so bad -with Acute Indi- gestion that I was nearly in convulsions and had to be held. I have used "Irnn't- a-tiyes" and I have not had another attack no-suffered aUH with Indigestion taking them. is the only remedy I eyeriised that did me any good, and I a til grateful to for limiting me as well as I am today, and everyone agrfiea that I look in firstclass health. SI yhusband likes very much arid takes them whenever he has occasion to me a remedy for Constipa- MRS. D. McRAK 1 Fruit are sold by all dealers 500 a 6 for 50 tr 1 ze or Hbeae t to i y ad Ire onrecept of price -by Fruit-actives Limited, Otta a. SCENE OF ROYAL TRAGEDY Sarayevo, the 'Bosnian capital, Where Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir to the Austrian, throne, aud his consort were assassinated. London, Welsh, light- weight clmmptqn of England, today heat Willie Ritchie on lioltits in the twenty-round for the llghUvelght cluun p! on shin of.the'world at In the opening rounds "Welsh, scor- ed more jiolntfl than JUtcliie, In the fifth round, lUtchlo forced the righting, (inrt in this and the next two rounds then) were' Kom'e sharp exchanges arid heavy-, in-fighting, in which Ritchie finally sot the upper hand. Several times the A merle tin was cautioned for holding in tlio clinches. In the eighth round the Welshman resumed his liveliness, arid tfi tills and the ninth round forced the fighting, and had the best of the encounter. W.hen half the match waa: over Welsh led easily on points. obtained more points in the eighteenth, which left Ritchie with a bleeding Hp_ The nineteenth 'was even with Ritchie forcing the fighting The final round was tbe swiftest of the whole fight, and Welsh .had the better of it Of the twenty rounds, ten were un- doubtedly Welsh's. UaU the match was over Ritchie revived some- what in the eleventh, -He: had the thirteenth all his own The four- teenth also "wag Ritchie'E. -Then both slowed up. In, thq seventeenth Rlt- chie got -home a number of smart body blows. ROUND .1. Welsh wine the toss, and keeps the corner he originally .entered. Welsh got in a few blows in the clinch which mmediately followed. Ritchie re- sponded with a straight to'the jaw. In-fighting followed with Welsh get- ting the better'of the argument. When they squared however, Ritchie de- livered several-body blows. ROUND 2. Ritchie swung hard with .his right and missed. He was cautioned by the referee for holding In the clinches. Welsh got in eome vicious jabs in the in-fighting. ROUND 3. Ritchie opened, with a left swing, but In a clinch Welsh landed o.i the body In close quarters. Welsh got in a couple of jabsr Ritchie retaliating with a left to the jaw. Welsh follow- ed with a right to the same spot The round ended with Welsh landing lightly on the face. Ritchie was again cautioned for holding. ROUND 4 Welsh fought for the body. Then in a clinch he gave Ritchie two or three left hooka on the jaw, followed, by a right swing on the same spot, Welsh appeared the fresher of the two, smil- ing when the gong sounded. ROUND 5 Ritchie got one to the face, Welsh replying with a left to the jaw. Rit- chie then sent a straight right to the jaw, and a heavy body blow. Ritchie forced the fighting, but was repeated- ly cautioned for holding. ROUND 6 Ritchie's left eye seemed to be slightly swollen. Welsh's Jeft eye was also damaged. Ritchie played for the bad eye. Welsh dodged a right hand swing aimed at the bad eye. Welsh's foot work was much the quickest, but his blows seemed to have less steam than the American's. ROUND 7 Half of the round had passed before Ritchie began forcing the fighting. He landed two smart blows on the face. Welsh "responded, but the Am- erican covered up well, and the round ended in his favor. ROUND 8 Tne wark of both fighterc thus far had been very constant and sharp. Most of the fighting had been body fighting ending in clinches. Welsh appeared to be beginning to husband his strength in the clinches. He then put on more steam and gave the Ani- The Petrolia Oil and Gas Company, Limited Have Commenced actual drilling operations on their property, which is situated on the cross section of the main anticline and four miles from the The com- pany are offering shares at 00 and the stock is selling rapidly. Why not advantage of tliis splendid opportunity today? The wise investor is huymg now and will reap the largest profits. Rememher, the shares selling at 00 are Our advice is. "Don't Delay.' 5 macdonald Block erlcan one good body blow and seem- ed the fresher that abore they tell the truth, olao they could sot hava beta obtained or money. This med- icine is ho atrwgw-it stood tts> teat for yaan. Plikhus JMMM Ce. lynn.Hau. Tear latter ;