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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1915 THE LETHiJRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRER BIG LEAGUES OPEN TODAY work in Hie This afternoon SOCK the opening erun hearers did lie role wi the uinjor.lpjiguo.if, tlic'liluo rl..l.oii fRl' Cimnle Jluck, nnd Sanitations, of the giuno ot baaolmll. ;0.t ,i j j I1 v-'ii After going through'a Benson which Fodcrnl lungim; Colllnii 'WHS Hold LO wiiK unuiiccessful, KG fur as major lea-1 (.lie Cliicugu White Sox for u price L'ne the Livo hly circuits jv.-liich iinulc Hluiro of Lhc big nre :ril prepared for a yenr -which is fight loci: 'like a 'ueeKur'e patrimony, linker !s si 111 firui In his rcBOluton to retire I'roin tl'o. ginne. Hupezited re- hare failed to move him in his (leiorimmition, and it loolca an though to lie one of llio heat since organized Lmtuibull Tin: lale season successes of tlie Iwo Uo.stcn tciuiiG saved Ijolli leagues to ii certain exienl, and the recovd- hrenltinn of the Boston HnivtiE will linger in the inindu of man i-.s us LmscLiiUI exists, which Avi'j1: some time. As usual bcl'oi-e Hie season's open- ing1, ill I niiiJjfigeiy iiro either claiming flral dli'isloi north al (lie end of th he meant what he aald. The BOH ten Red Sox ay? looked Upon ;is the win- ners by the inun who have been fal- lowing Uie ivork of tlin different clnba hi the training camps. A great deal of uncertainty sur- rounds the Uostnn Braves tins yenr, in the j and lioeton crilics seeni lo be alone SGIISOU in ifieir bCilct SLallliit'B' men will cu October 7. for on that date both repeat. .Many ballplayers arc picU- Icngueu will close and ihe fug tim Gmmn ua hut Lhc lo.ss ulnnera in each loop wli'i prepare for! of George Hums will play Hob with Hie Derby oi: the tame, tlie world's Uic chaiu-es of McGra'w, the man who 1'Viv eritluK in the American Icr.gue expect (he AlIilctlcB to rupeiit, as tliny tignvo lhat -wonderful club hits heen riddled by loss oC Collins, JJakur. Ufmler aod Piank, The two former were two of the greatest in- irliouror 'donned tlic finishes in the running. From this distance, with only, scraps-1 of training camp HOIVS at liaud, it is impossible lo pick a .prospective win- ner in either of the big circuits, but as each mau.iger says, lie has sl.rength- eiiad his team, and the under teams Jast year more tlmn the top ones, a" WE'LL SEND THE FIRST few closes of Gin Pills lo you yoii Kidney or jlluildcrTrouble. Alter y HCC how they arc Ihc OOc. sjzv nt HOFFMAN TRADED iVew Voi-k. Aiirll Artlo llofl'maij. vmoraii liifleld- er of UlanlH, haa been trad- L'll to U) L- IlLlfl'HlO FMUEtt G1ES Newark Baltimore Ifrouklyn J'itfo.lmi.'g Chicago St. Louis Kansas City S.S. A. L. MEET AnqLher of the popular events nf he Indoor Athletic meet of Hie Sunday School league, April 17, as "Full Up." Jl is describe I as follows tiusiicud a round roil or bar about S fent-from tlie iUukc U .so that it not sway; cacli cunlcsLaut must grasp the bar palms ouUvard. Arms must he at full length, and feet of a baseball team, and Uio two vet-1 great rate is expected in both leagues. New York, N.Y.; Ayrll K. Tend1, president of the National lea- gue, held A meeting with his official stnff. of umpires today al Ihe league headquarters here. President Tener u-ent over the rules with the fitnff. ex- plaining ambiguous points and laying flown a code for the strict enforce- ment of The rules tills year. The following umpires were in at- tendance: -Robert Ejns'iic, William Klein. Oharlej- Albert Orth, illiam Byron, William Hart and Georse Cocklll. The latter has Just been appointed to ihc staff, E.. C. Quifilcy and Hal. Eason, live in the far west, were not- present, Tlic pairing-of lunpirea and assign-j meritsi'Ior- the opening games follows: At__Now York, Messrs, Rigler and Hart; at Boston, Byron and Orth; lit Klein and Eimslie; at and Eason. A New Rule A special dfeyensatlou ytm be grant- ed to Inrieldars'to use a ball for prac- tice purposes prior to the start of each inniiig, the rule to be in eEfect up t'o.MayJ.lB. This .rule wna made for thfi piirpbse of'allowing tlie.meu to 'ivarnrup before the.atari of each inning during a-period tliat is more or less cold. After May 1C, however, President Teuer1'believes the weather Tvi'Jl be warm enough to eliminate Eiich pi-aclice, and the former, rule -lie dedariilinn ilial Lhc Itoslun club ilro.i'Jj1 it figured UuiL Uie iieu- lanl is all luil in ils ami thai i believes it lias only Detroit to mat ID ii.Hsuic this, l-'imi lives in Lit- .Ic Ruck, and lias spent Kinni: time at lot Springs vatcliini; Urn Red Sov. "They certainly look good, aad Ihc '.vlrjit to tijcy have the pen- nant was shown in tlie way they yniLouiiilerl me and nceari to hurl questions about (he condition 01 ilic and the now pitchers rluveloping. Thcir tliniifilit thai, a DcL-roii, I had come in from said Finn, "Make no mistake about Wanner. They're not when they tell you _ he's hack in fonu. If he isn't at short j this ycur it will only he hccause j Hi "pnlJ up" the ujjd part chili must loiich the upper of the bar.. On every return to the low- ered position HIB anus must be .stretched at full Xo points are allowed unless the buy pulls up the number of times set as Ihc stand- ard. For every pull up aliorc the standard (70 points) add 10 points up to the maximum of jotl points. ]Vor every -1 points, allow I credit. Standard Pull Up To scrjrB points fcO His. and under 3 limes SI to His -i 9fi to 110 His.' o Hi to 125 liis S Unlimited ]l) vosir Daily Aids! llerlin, Apnl his Scotl is good enough lo .suit gan. The lied Soi figure that De- troit is (he cluli in fear, ii it lias pitching. They don't think ;mv club ;mv cu other than Dcti'oit, han uhc punch lo 01 thaL the ibcflt thnm out.." Olympic games 'of llilti liad not hccn i .Mr. Finn's prestncu, is for trans Cor red ffnm GLTiuiuiy, Count- von! conference with Jltssrs. .Jennings and vice cliairman! Xavin, calls attention to tlie extent Olympic committee, [to which the scout .system develops sD of the war would j into a more or less humorous projio-l0' Paying first base for the -Alinne- enforced: tlie same tt'ill .be strictly of the Ucnr .that Ihi' determine whether tlic games wouk lie held in a, neutral counUy, sihly the United States. II they take place in Berlin, hs.sai it will be left to England and Fran to determine whether they will pa ilcipntc. .COMMITTEE STILT, ACTIVE The count added added that IK withstanding iV.e war, the intern tional Olyinpk' comniitlcb co 1-iiiiiiiig its The preside] o[ the committee, Uaron Pietre c a French citizt-'u now i: siding in Lausanne, is maintainin comnuuiications. with Count Vo A meeting the international committee may held some time this year, perhaps Switzerland. Count Von Fraiickcu-Sierstorpfi i the only member ol tlie- German cntivc committee now in a positio to represent ilC Uaron Von Vinningc was killed at the front ,pd Count Ar niin IK with his regiiiient'in-lhc fielt NORTH LETHBRfDGE UNITED FC A Keueral meeting of all those iutei ested in the above club will'be held it the office of. the "North Letkbridg Too Hat fn to Win 1 Pennants "I doubt if tlie Washington team ever win the championship in ihe American says Carl Cashion, former pitcher Fcr lha Washington who is now trying for tha job Realty ThuKAR 8 p.m. Co., Thirteenth street y evening, the 15tu inst., BUCHANAN'S SCOTCH WHISKY Shows the highest sales sition, lie will ui; on his way to look for new talent before any our knows how pood lhat v.as bought, last fal ]iiay he. Probably the club profit more by teaching ths valent that it has than turning it back and grabbing a lot of new ex- periments. Finn has'considerable reputation a linder. lie baa iiitinuged numerous clubs, always in the minors. Eddie Smith, t-lic votsran rclcree and critic lias a few pointcil paragraphs that are worth reprinting. Here arc a few of them It was perhaps the most decisive battle decided since- championship era; ol Sulli- 'an in New Orleans in 1892, ami Johnson fell just as all of the cliam- lions of the past, have fallen. I-Ie was cnockcd out, it ia true, but lie col-, apsed completely at .least six rounds ictorc Willard found Ihc spot he .was eek-ing as a-resting place lor that errific right -smash- of his. "Sullivan collapsed-hccaiise '-3 -.va apolis team. "The heat Is so oppressive in "Wash- ington that it robs the players of their energy. I p'jayed irilJi Washington for three anfl--'a: -hulf seasons, and Know whereof I.speak. Vcu will note that the Nationals arc a better team on the road thau. at home, which shows that beat affects their play hi B In WaEhington. "A-nyone who -has'over been in Wash- ington .for any lengih of time during the summer mouths will agreo '.-IranTrdlty A.Fable. Oiice upon a time-a manager of a boxer told.a sporting ed-Lor that hia bruiser 'was a 1mm, was never in con- dition in hs life, anil couldn't a one-legged man. It's a darned lie; There never was such an animal. CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE Get Benefit and Pleasure! As your daily companions these wholesome, economical confec- tions will quicken your appetite, aid your digestion, quench your thirst, keep the mouth and throat moist and refreshed and free from bad taste. Doctors and dentists both attest its good effects. You can be sure it's the BEST GUM, because it's not only made clean but is sealed i asf-tighi -in the waxed wrapped package. Always fresh and clean. MADE IN CANADA WM. WrinltT Jr. Co, Ltd.. Toronto. OoUrio g Chew it after every Meal. costs, by the .owner oi thoiliable on summary conviction tu sheep or his agent to tin "ering tlie damage and, laymcnt, shall, order tb ;p i party sut- [fine not exceeding ten -dollars lor upon offence. if the owner ,of the sheep or his The'QMnor, or agent ol any owii- hrdugh as a training .possibility. !er of sheep which are being driven agent- or neglects to pay the Jorhett stood up until lie. met a .over the roads, trails and road al- amount as ordered, by the justice oi oucrfiml bitter like Fitzsimmons. -lowances in: the' Province pi Alberta Lhc peace, lie may order the sheep 3oh held tlic the nhall keen said shcsp to such roads, i under-seizure..to-he sold to satisfy outlittil smashed him into .'trails "and roari- allowances; and bny [the cJaim for said'amount arid in the olivion and then Johnson, coning owner or agent. _ who allows said order oi sale may prescribe such rio- attcr whipping, the diminutive sheep, or any nf them, to enter on the tice tf be given, such further costs qnimy brought about a com- lands, or rights of any person holding to be paid and such other conditions letc collapse oi the- decaying Jci-jhomestead entry, ipatent, lease or as to him may.appcat just and rca- ries. permit shall he liable lor all damage sohablc. it .is the old as told iirjdone tlierson, whothcu said lands are j a. Nothing in this Acli shall pre- jorting" history, tlie. story of youlili' 'fenced .or not, any provision, oi ..Tlicjvent any person who has suffered cing served. Jess" Willarrt. -Kansas fence Ordinance to. the contrary not- j damages of sheep entering rincr, a pordigy of the soil and jupon his lands'from1 recovering coin- Ting close to nature, caught a 5. sheep that arc being' in aiiv court of compet-nt chanipion at a time when-, his en.or, trailed enter uubn private from tlic ownei ijf the ;hletic decay .was all too apparent, or land held under lease or permit' sheep through such damage has "The Kansas man, now world's they may be. seized .by -the owner, heen caused any provision pE The lampion and onejif the finest spu--i- lessee or permittee of such lands and fence Ordnian'co to the contrary nbt- ens of real ATncrican manhooil, helif until all damages resulting Ironi; withstanding ouhl be one of the world's most said entrance shall have, been paid, j 10 pr agent OL any ipiilsr idols. Already the possibili-j (j. When sheep have been owner who rescues or attempts to cs ol Willai'd as a champion luivcjcd and Iho parties cannot -agrne on rescue or "interfere, directly -or .indi- en pointed out! Not only is Jess a jf-he amount of Uic damages, ,6r if the recllv, ivitli.any dam eakish man. of tremendous, size and amount is .not paid -forthwith, the rbic he is one. of the'parson mating the seizure shall rc- qst likeable chaps, that ever sat to the 'nearest justice of the throne, Ilo has all'the clc- "nts'tliat go up an idoli 'Boyish-as a.kid still- in school, ingenuous as a country yokel and so thoroughly unspoiled by. conditions, the peace without delay.. 7...Tim justice of the'peace, shall, .on receinhg'notice of "the'seizure, Ei- ages, the1, person .seizing them, shall he lialilc on summary con- viction {o a, penalty .nnt CKceeding OUR hundrc.d dollars and costs 1.1. Any :hetder who permits sheep under his charge, custody or control. 12: Any person contravening any of the provisions of this Act shall bo guilty, ol an. offence, and, wherein not otherwise provided.for, sum-, maiy conviction, be liable.'to .a pen- alty not exceeding. one hundred dol- lars, and costs.' "CHEERFUL AND AIRY" PARAMOUNT DAY5 TONISKT'AND TOMORROW i .DANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTS Mary Pickford in 'Cinderella' THE MOST POPULAR AND HIGHLY PAID MOVING x PICTURE ACTRESS IN THE WORLD "THE A KEYSTONE HAS A WET TIME THE EMPRESS ORCHESTRA lib should he a .whirlwind with American public." the pointi threa disinterested-, persons' to to oirned. land survey; and nssess the or lands held'iiii'der lease or'-permit and upon'receipt oi tlicir report shall aml'.to cpinmit dnniage to crops" or order the payment ,oi tlip- amount, J meadows 'thereon shall be .personally FOR ALL WHO VISIT US TONIGHT WE LAUGHS. FOR ALL WHO TONIGHT CHARLES CHAPLIN In Nicht MAURICE CO3TELLO IN Lola Tlie Bat ..HELEN HOLMES IN THE Black DlaiiiQiid NOMINATE YOUR FAVORITE FOR THE POPULARITY CONTEST ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE AND PHOTOPLAYS OE DUXE- FARM FESTIVAL TONIGHT It does. not. tlie "Manager of tlie OrpHemn'tn-o monttis-'fo'. give away one ijohy. We'give away, one pony with the following live stock and ton Is two weeks 1 Pinto Pony or Twenty In Geld, 1 Sheep; 1 Berkshire Pig, 2 Pair Pekln Ducki, 1 white Alberta bred Turkey Gabbler; 1 young Cow; 2 PedijrMd Chlckena; 8 pair prize, winning Chickens THE ORPHEUM IS FIRST IN ALL THINGS IN THE AMU9E-. MENT LEAD, OTHEHS FOLLOW CHUNDV LAZZO ALFRED DARBY Colored Comedlana, 9ingera and The Singing yantrlloqMiet, ably Dancers aanatcd by Tommy Tht Third Epijotfe of Gtorge THt ROSE OF: YESTERDAY Randolph A atlrrlng drama frtm the RUNAWAY JUNE Frontier UnlHrMl tludloe A Real Serial by a Real Author ON RUGOED SHORES A drama oMne-Ha. coaat' Ing Eddie Victerli Forde; eURINe A LAZY WlTf A Mmedy Win w Knee that all mrrlfti in4n MV IfltwMl- ;