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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHHniDGE DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY, APRIL 6, t920 Pitchers Who Master Code First Will Havfe A Severe Penalties Attached to Infringements if Umps. Are'Not.Too Blind. (By John U. Foster.) It he "gels the plaver right" he van Th9 more closely ihc- changes In-remove Ihe oftemler. the rules of baseball ure the Suppose tho second baseman Is laoro evident It becomes thtt tlis bat-! guilty. After discoloring the ball ho ters got all the better of the mixjllsca-', tosses it over to [he pitcher. Tho lot- tIons In the code. The etfectsof tbcso'ter unthinkingly throws i'. to me changes will he felt moil'at the be-; batter. The umpire happens to be ginning ot Ihe season. They will con-: observing and after Ihc- catcher re- tinae all of Ihe season, but the man-: celves the hall .as'is to look ut it. eger who Is smart and shrewd enough I KiE'ling l( .discolored. Ihe pitcher is to like advantage of his opportunities I notified llial-hb Is nol eligible lo play in Iho first sli weeks of the pennant] until ten.days'have elapsed. In many 'race will steal a march on his rivals j "respects that is as rigorous punish which may win a championship. I ment as ever has bccu dealt out Some of 1410 managers not lo have grasped Ihe faci ihat the pitch- ers have been set back, except the few jiitchers, who will bo permitted C'.i use the spftball. to the days of ihe fam- ous meering in t'hicago in when the pitching distance was H Is an interesting lha' at another Chicago meeting n Febru- ary. 1920, ihe pitcher again was pub- jecled to -statutory ball statutory- punishnicul. In the future pitchers mtijt givt; up til the liltlc artificial :ilcjs. ereu to rubbing tho ball un iheir uniform, which they thought nsslsied Ihfm in a-buitor pltchins srlti. They lime, bul It might as well say thai. Frankly, it will be a good-idea Mf the plicher does keep the the Blshi ot umpire all the'.lime. U will go further ti> keep him tmt (rouble thau anylhlog he (au dot ..i] the field. i Thinks Batting Will Be Stronger t Of ono thing be assured. It U not u gouJ season lix which, to pick cliam- Vloashtps on whal has lakeu place in ihe past. iXsn't figure ou the results of 1919 fvr' possible results In 1920 ex- cept'to iiri'sum'e that the hatting rclll a greai deal 1920 thin it was last year.: -Tbls especially will be true on the p.irt of those who are, _ baiters by hiWt HBd while the fellows, who are not so strong] with 'the bat as they'might be. wltlj to the pljte this yen' with ar groa( rteal more confidence than Ihcy In the past'. So far as Ihe pitchers are concern- ed, for some of Ihem II will be. much ;Utw all o.ver again, and (hose who alre aciuallj'beginning taiball- wo'iild better maKe up their .iiiludii that In the" future have to depend upon scinethlne more than EtreBftth and a pockel full of soup or licorice, or slippery elm, to become expert enoush to at- tract attention. Staion Island, N. Y., in au tonight. The weights. MOHAN BEATS COWLER April Morau ot PlltsburK. Va-'. lonlghl beet, Toui lu a J5-roun'l ngbt Holbora Stadium. Morau won on points. Cow- ler took the place oJ Arthur Townle.v, the light heavyweight ot Soithampton. who had met with an accident and cdutd not appear. 0'HA.OAIN HAD A SHADE MONT1U3AU April O'Ha- gar, ol New York, had a shade the better of a 10-round bout with "Huppy" Howard, of Albany. NA'.. here last utght. Tho men arc middles eights. TENDLER BEATS ORONEY LANCASTER, 1'a., April Teudler, Philadelphia lightweight, eas- ily defeated Tim Droney, lincaiter, lu six 'rounds hero last night. MOHA WINNER MILWAUKEE? Wls.. April .lohii of Jlilwaukec. outpointed Paul Ne-w York, in a 10-rouiid no iecWon boninK contest here last a un ball allied. The tias been partly Hrc-] Intenilonal base on New Battery Service Station BLOCK, NEXT TO IMPERIAL OIL CO.'S FILLING STATION 1 purchased the Battery Equipment of Tht or whom I have been c-niplujred for Ihe past three years, a'nrt hive opened a Public Service Station at the above where I ho pieased to sec all my old friends and 'many now ones. has nut been prohibited. A great deal ot disi-usslou hni 'been going jl around implying ih.nl it bus been for-1-> CANADIAN TRIAL bidden.- Such is- nol Hie case. K- Gets No Aid From Catcher The pitcher can give a base ou hails i-i- if lip is pruevetl to do so. lint i-an't ask the catcher lo move partt-> Vi'ay uvcr to first base or part way to1. third base, ;is the situation niay arise; to catch.the the raU-liec stood thai dNUaco from homo plate J. F. VVOOLF ALL WORK GUARANTEED TENDERS FOR TEACHER'S RESIDENCE Sealed tenders win be received by he Hoard of Trustees of Kast C'ards on S. D., So. 3756, lit the office ol Ihe ecrelary-Trcasurcr np to noon. Xlon ay, April 19th, for the crectiou of a rouie Teacher's Residence, arcord to Depariment Plau T. Plans am pecificatlons may be obtoiued from he Secretary-Treasurer on paynieu 3f a deposit of five Dollars (S5.CO) n-hkh will be relumed ou receipt o boua file tender with plans and spe- cifications. The lowest or any tcnde will ut necessarily be accepted Mans and specifications nifly be see! al the Department of Education. 0. WILLIAMS, C'ardiiton, April 3, 1920. Ad MARATHON MAY 14 HAMILTON, Ont, April Officln! auiiouikenient that the Canadian' Olympic trial mara- thon v.-iil be run over the Her- ald's famous "arouad Iho bay" course was made today by Hobby Kcrr. The dale is set for .May 24. ;uv not try to make a hit have come right barl: to v.-lierc piu-h- ,10 ,volllj vie oatsiilei._______ crs were in 1S'J2. There were some h, and then mighty-good pi'.rherE lu those clays, v-oiiW lie out too. They did not claim any special' ,mYe (o a bzas invention piwhlnp lino b niental the emery tall, or the shins bull. A u ho ,s sh m racntnl vib. few ot 'hem used u. keep the inside j Chanc0s are (he totter of the glove .they wore or. he recelv-j jct oliancD lo ht, whon Ing liana a little MI. ft v-iti lobam. ho ls t the bal, Juice, hut.they did not keep it satnral., J( be el The fliois me. was only, for Iho. e lg ge( the purpose ot getting, a snp. j a baij Mr he'wrtl'liaTe de- They Were Not Ready Pitchers jmonslrated one thing which" Iho rulo The pitchers-n-hen men'like En-tag, j makers hoped to 'bring and that Anson, Roger ConnoiYPalrymplc, ttoss i Is clever with Barnes, Bi-bulhers, has been called -pitching lor ihe Mike Tlermau ami Mike Kelly we'reV last eight or nine years. batters had change "puce niid good In the. coming major league pennant -curves, and If.they were very success- contests fielding will be the lea'st dis-j ful, good heads. Too many pitchers In recent rears have' not "had any curve eicspt: when'they "got the ball .to break in some way ever which they had no control. As a matter of fact they were not pitchers in the of cardinal theories of were simply throwers, truslins'te.'htck. This'I at ler type of pllchers has lost Its grip on baseball. A few of them will survive temporarily under the Inrh'ed by the rule, .but the changes ir. the pitching rule.3 surely will gpecd up the balling and the fielders will find no time 16 loaf In 1920. When. the cork centre ball was first, introduce- ness, .weakness, ilehlltfy and Bouras- ed Jimmy Wjlllams was'playin.i; sec- thenia are alniost Guaranteed lo Pul on Firm, Flesh and to Increase Strength, Vigor ant) Nerve Force. Weak. or women nearly always nervous wrecta; thus ''proving conclusively that thin- week vthe" ball was nerj-fe' ftarvirfWn. -FceJ rubber. It hid hot land all Ibese" symptoms anil'.base. .For a" livelier than live rubbi to Its present stan'clard, Hits were going through the Infield and around the Infield with speed _, nerve! flne to nerve provision which glvds thorn a liltle I enough for a universe trotting comet, longer lease of- life. There will be] The big factor at the beginning of produced in the future if Ihe'the championship season starvation will disapnear. Eminent F.pECialfsts state that the best nerve" fooil is organic phos phatqiknoivn among druggists a fiveigram lable rules are enforced, and it Is well iw- "111 be the batter. Tho batter 5s like- "to he continue to bs the big fat-tor all sured that they are likely forced, because hagehall has been .overworked with the "freak" 'ties. The new rules regarding the pitcher 1 this year of which Mould be taken with eacl Brfng a genuiBO nervo builrte and not a stimulant or habit-fprmln the year. A team (hat can wallop the ball as the old Uelroils of the' Chi- cagos or the "Giants of 1SS5 .were wont lo wallop it would win a championship be summarized as follows: He may net apply a foreiKu sub- 'n stance of any kinil to the hall. hands down with any kind of pitching i -A team which has pitchers who do He may not espectorate on ihe ball not have good control of the ball never will be in Ihe fight much of Order...Your TREES and SHRUBS Now before II Is too to get some at the lowest price Home> grown Nursery Slock has ever been In-Alberta. The Mitchell FRANK KNAPP, (Lessee) OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Additional Classified Ads. (Continued from Page good Replying Mention The t uys In cccoud-haml curd, thoroughly v verhiuled. 'Mccbanlcurcarage. cor. th Ave. aud'srd St.' i V LOST AND FOUND VVliffi Mttnlun 'i'lie iltfralu) tedding aiid other things, between and on Friday, 'lease u'oiify T. D. Duuhaiu, Coaldale.. _ s mlies east ot Coaldale, due. saddle hyrsft branded pistol on' right f _ Owner. Gust HasoH.; Pinfier notily P. Kohanes, Coal-i dale, Alia, itoward. SA1.E 50 .TO 60 TONS ol tood sheaf wits, Alfalfa J: Alfalfa Jack Hill i Jack Holllngsworth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS Alia.! branded .on.right, der. .per head. Notify F. U. Henderson, Garnwell.' Alta.' ___________93-Jj mare, -1 years thigh branrt very poor; two white hind feet, while strip on luce: wirp cut .on .1. heft hay gelding. f> J_ I old; two wtiile lilml feet, whila nose. I pink left oye; hay mare, 4 ye.irs old. 1 whits face, left from toot wire cuU nil branded 53 cut on right right 10 per head re- ward for Information leading io Yeiovery-. .Kreil 1'ease, Milk Hiver. I ..Mar IE Vauban ..liaylo K.A. Vib. May29 j NEW YORKyCHEBBOURG AND. 1 jj SOWf Mrrclanta Jlsurctatua 23 Im'pc-rator; -June 19 Mauretariia..................July 3 NEW' SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone Office 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrldj-, 'Alberta Hide in a McLaugtilin Special. It costs no more. ?20.00 KBWA3D' for recovory Waek mare, weight while strip on ler thigh. Email rupture; one has gelding." bald facd, two hind fee't, branded un Ihlgh as cut on left, and brsiided oh right shoulder as cut on right, foretoii weight Olio black gelding, 1'HOXE 11-217. OR WniTK J. B. SCHIMEK COALDALB o gnmp., gain Iho pink- glow of health. BHro- Ihe use of which is incx- eam with a lot o! only ordinary also wonderfully promotes irs and average b.iilcrs will need' lhc assimilation of food, so much so thnt m'an'y people report marked gains of weight in a few weeks. Although liltra-Phos- phate Is unsurpassed for relieving nervousness, sleeplessness and gener- al weakness, It should not, owing lo its remarkable flesh-srowlng propert ies, be used by anyone who Ones _no1 desire to put on Ilyl Oeorge ApM4 "nyl George May 10 Ryl George Jutf23 Kyi George JulZS NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER- BtDURG Carmanla ..Ap'llO Caronla ...May 23 Caronia J-. June, 26 NEW YORK-QLASQOW Movlllt Apl 17 .Columbia .Mas' 23 Columbia .July 3 Columbia .July 31 NEW VORK-r-PLYMOUTH AND HAMBURG Saxonia Apl It) NEW YORkpPATRAS, GREECE Pannouia .Apl 10 GLASGOW Cassandra Apl 24 GLASGOW Saturnia ..May S Cassandra Msy23 Saturnia .June 12 -Cassandra July Drifts, Money; Orders aa-i Remittances, t For full Information apply (o R. B. and S. 8. agents, or lo Com pany'a Office, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St., Wlnnloeq WELDl'NG -We most up to dale welding ia Southern Al- bert a. "-.We- have' an -Acetylenu welding 'and. cutting enulpmeht -oud OT.G "6r the'Cariadian Gener- 3} .Blectrlc's -largest electric voiding plants, enabling, us to do good work and at a'rjuch Tower price. Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Avc., Opp. Lethbrldgo Hotel Phpw left shotilder, roached last Jail, two while hind feel, snip on: iiosei ahfi alar on foreheaO. weight Hold 'and advise Box H9 Herald. geldings, on March 28th, fr'omlUlcy. 55.00 reward per bend for Two grey jcolts, 'four It -.vill be a mutual advantage to owners of brands if they were to place same before all farmers and ranchers so that stray stock could bo and returned promptly. A month will carrv tbem and Weekly Herald, yeavs pounds; two blacks.' seven and eight yea weight about pounds. All I brarideif 27 on rieht thlch, and also branaed on left shoulder ._ as cut.on right; olio black has irregu- lar white: marking on face. These horses are probably headed for the Huck Kirkeity ranch- Find- er notify-H. S.-Flock, Ralcj, phone nural'ICS; Cardston, Alia. i.''-'-' B5-C G. W. V. CITY G. W. V. TRANSFER J. KERR, Prop. Draying and Light Hauling Office at Auto Top Depot Phone 1143 6th Streets. TENDERS IcEp d lenders 'addressed Jos- Chief Constable, City i'ollr.c, i anil endorsed "Tenders for j Police will bo, received up j In iiiion on Thursday. April 7lll. 1 for Six (fi) Tunica and Six I'airs i I'ii.ila loi- the. Police Dcpnrtmnnt. KpcclficMlom; mailed oh apjillcntlon I lo Ihe ('hlef of Police, the lowest or rnny Tciiilor nut ucec'ssnrlly aorcptnil. n Fatigue is the result of poisons produced by exercise or failure to digest fooil proper- ly, and eliminate it promptly with the aid of liver and kidneys, Sailings From Wet! St. John, N.B., Tc Apl. .Havre-London Krnnce ...Liverpool vi.'iu ..Antwerp Ho. I'retorian (llasgow n .Liverpool a 01JEBEO TO LIVERPOOL 7. -June Victorian LIVERPOOL Apl. 23....'. Apl. 24 ST. JOHN, GLASGOW Apl. 20 Pretorian QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL May 7th, June 4th, July 2nd, July 30th Victorian May 14th, June IHh, July Aug. 6th Empress of France MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL May fllh Cors-ca I May 15th nictlta May 29lh June 5th June 12th June 19lh Mallta Jufy 3rJ Minnertosc July 10th Mctagama July 17th Corslssil July 24lh ____ MsliU MONTREAL TO GLASGOW May ISIh Sicilian KatloD Service Station for (ho famous K-W Magnetos. All makes of mtignelos, generators, coils re- paired1. Full stock of repair parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 51B 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE One grey horse, branded is cut on right, impounded In the Ea'sl Pounn. (Signed) JOSEPH BRAND REGISTER rleht shoulder .ot cattla right (boulder of honts. Lloyd Cevlna Nllssoa. R315. On left thlgli ot horses, anil on left hip of ca'.tlo. 0. T. Uthrop. Telephone IS65 Right riba cattle. 0 Chief of Police. MONEY TO LOAN Orr Farm Land Quick Service j. w. WOOD a SON Room G, Stafford Block. H. 0. fiollr.g, Wren. We Have Installed a Full Equip-, men! for Repairing Can handlo nil makes of cr.ra. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work ELLIOTT Sheel Workers 336 6lh St. Soulh Phont In the mailer of tho Bitrn Judicial Seizures Anil in'the matter of n .certain Clial- lol Mortgage: TAKE N.OTIOK thnt there will be soli! by'Public Auction (en block) at the Town cf Ornnum. In !ho Province] ot on Prlday. the lOtli day of t LoDselger, Iron April, A.D., IB'iO. nt the liour uf 2.30 o'clock, in lhc afternoon, the ing cliRttcls, to All (he furniture, dlslins, hedding, and .fix.; lures corisUluting the contcnls of the i Alberta'Hole) at Granum aforesaid, full piirUculnr'a.aml view of which may! lie ohlnlred nt any lime tin nppllcn-l tion lo Aiicl Anderson, die llailitf In; clmrge.' Terms of s-'alo cash. 1 The Is ntlviscd that' the-purchaser can probably make ar- rangements wllh tho owner of lhc 1 building for lease for u term of [years. Tim Mortgagee reserves Iho right to withdraw the. goods from j unless (lio prico offereil equals tlio amount due under and liy vlrlnf: of his Morlgc-BC, JOHN I.. l-'AWCIvTT. Sollc'llor fur Mortgascu. Axel Andor.HrVi. I'.tiilifl. Ad E On left thigh. On left Ihlgh of Barons, Alia. Left lliigli ol horses. HiRhl jaw ol horaca. per head reword. Kollfy Oscnr Hlranil, Wrdiitliaui, Alia. Cattle brand of right Weir, Maslnanin, Alta. 9-26 June 2nd Pretorian June 23rd Sicilian july 7iil Prclorian July 28th Sicilian (Pas rt leal Ion torroj supplied.) Otill or write for full inlorm-v C. H. Ticket Office. Depot Ticket Ajsnt PHOUE 612 TIckotB ismpt] on nil otbtr lino. Cylinders Reground We specialize In rrgrlmllnt; BBS cylinders nml fltlltij; pislons and have in stork at prost-r.t ovftrslzo for all popular makes ot gas Iraclors. Aulo Cylinders Reground NIVEN BROS. 216 Ul Ave. S. Phone 173? Please Notify W. LOWE Phone 1603 tlilgli of horses. On right thigh ot horsei. On left shoulder of horses. ouufgo Gordon, iron "prlnga. Alls. On left shoulder. ckroyd, Magralh, Alia. 86-2H ;