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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIMKIDGE DAILY HER At.) ALL THE LOCAL FOREMOST EVENTI Tuesday, December Warner a Senutional Surprise in Wrestling Bout at Majestic Last Night The upward flight oi Jack Taylor in the realm of the padded mat camo TO a sudiier. and abrupt check last nighl Vlicn lie "'mysterious Mr) War- ner, grapi'ler par cietllence, opened up a keg oi chain lightning atier 35 .minutes' .threw Hie pi-local policeman so buBTily to the floor thnt the husky Taylor did not know-whether the' Slafcsticviiis-.VD iallrr. on him or whether he grappled nith a steam roller at'd HMts out sKOlid best. Taylor la: cied on his back with the thud oi a sand iKtg dropped from tile top story of the llJt iron hnildilig of New Yuri. He lay unconscious while seconds and doctor worked over him, and was lluatiy carried to his dressing Minni, which was the signal for tciiircc Hbgers to announce that Tavliir couldii'.i come back and that Vi i.er won the bout. 'Taylor was thrown on a manoeuvre known in the game as (lie "flying a most difficult catch to ss- curc, but must deadly in its work when slipped over. It is only pos- sible with good wrestlers going to it when one is taken oil his grarii. The mare" requires -OlV the law governing boxing in the stale. Other provisions contemplated by the men drafting tho law aro; "All buildings used for exhibitions to he properly ventilated and eciuip- peil -with plenty of exits and fire es- capes. "No bout to exceed a maximum number of rounds, probably 10. "Promoters or boxers participating in contests to be fined and bar- reel. "Receipts from all boxing shows to be subject to a tax which will go to- ward maintaining the expenses of the Lucks Hide.: Green, per ID L'ured Dry n.H 0.23 ll.lj 0.1.1 0.1S 0.08 to 0.09 to O.OSK-- 0.10 to 0.15. Sheep pelt, 0.26 to 0.75 Sheep: ewt. Drenneii. cor cwt Cittle on tin MUM: Steers, per pound Steers, dressed, per Ib Cowi, per pound Cows, dressed, per pound Ib. O.OS boxing'commission. "Liquor not to he sold on the club j Live, per pound premises. "No boxer to be allowed to enter the ring unless certified to physically by a physician. 'All rings'to he with ropes wrapped and flooring "Referees to be appointed by the boxing commission, subject to removal for inco in potency or violation of the rules and regulations. "Complaints by contestants, promot- ers or spectators to be heard by the commission, which will be, legally au- thorized to subpoena witnesses and otherwise conduct a formal legal bear- ing in matters pertaining to boxing." CHANCE'S REAL SALARY o.u 08V. Shorts, per toi ti.OB Oats, uer ton. J6.09 Rolled Oats ......i............ 27.00 CHICAGO Chicago, 111., Dec. The grain and provision market opened dull am] narrow today, with the tone generally easier. Trailers tor tlio most port were evening up their deals in prepur. ation for the holiday tomorrow. May wheat opened to down at "it to May oats opened unchanged to a. shade up at to 33'A anfl cllned to 33. No Winnipeg Market Winnipeg, Dec. 23. There were no grain markets today, the Exchange ad- journing Monday until Thursday. SOME OF JIM THORPE'S RECORDS August Herrmann, chairman of the national .commission, has exploited the popular hcliet Hiat Frank Chance's position with, the Cubs was a. triple cinch bonanza' in the matter of iinancia! remuneration. "Frank a year from isiurpliy and' not a cent, declared the.rjwner of-thti Reds. "He got as'lhat only I James S. Thorpe, the Sac and Pos the last'tew years.'Chance's contract 'Indian, has 14 good leasons why ho is called for just Oi course, Ihit tlie. urernier all-round nthlete of tho ten thousand, (lid not represent all world. CompeUlois of the red man all are willing to acknowledge hie but great faith is always Fourteen Reasons Why He Is the Pre- mier All-Round Athlete of the earnings oi the 'Peerless Lcaii- cr.' He hail stock 'in the 'club that supremacy, placed in ligures. declared substantial dividends. But ..0____ that .iitock was purchased by his own sons why Thorpe topi! the hard-earned.'money.' 'He bought on a jiiiack and reil race's: Here are the gamble the same .as any speculator. The income thus assured could in no manner be interpreted as remunera- tion i'or managerial ability." "EVERYBODY'S DOING IT" Odreman and Ostcrgard WIN Meet- Winner to Claim Gotch Title Minneapolis, Dec. Odre- man. of Minneapolis, will meet Jesse Ostergard, of Des Moines, here, next Tuesday night, it has been anounced. The winner of the bout, which will he at straight catch-as-catch-can, will claim the heavyweight championship of America. Frank Goteh has retired. The men have met twice before, each having won a victory. MCCARTY PLAYS FAST AND LOOSE WITH COIN White Hope Pays for Dances at a Charity Fete Down South Los Angeles, Dec. prince to the lead of three queens of a trl-clty benefit hall at Venice, Luther McCarly paid for four dances with each of the three young ladies; who represented respectively Venice. Ocean Park, and Santa Monica, ac- cording to the big fighter's own ad- mission today. The ball was given for the benefit of the sufferers In the recent Ocean Park fire. Dances with the queens were auctioned. The conqueror of Jim Flyivn refused to be outbidden by sev- eral wealthy young bloods, who enter, ed the lists, and captured every dance offered for sale. POLO DATES SET New York, Pec. first match between the American and Eng- lish tojimB for tho International polo trophy "ill he played at Westbury, L. I., on Juno 20 next. The second game will he contested four days later. Bill Conprhlln, formerly of the De- troit Tigers, and last season manager of I he Allcnlown Tri-Slate League team, haa purchased a hotel In Sran- tuu, Pa. MIKE MURPHY Famous trainer of United. Olympic team. Murphy ii considered the best man In America at handling athletes. He IB stone deaf, hla pow- ers of observation are keenly devel- oped, This I' his latest picture. TOM JONES WILL HANDLE WILLARD lig White Hope Has a Decision Over Luck McCarty in Six-Round Bout 100-yard 2-5 seconds. 120-yard 3-5 seconds.' 220-yard seconds. 3-5 seconds. feet 1 inch. feet S inches. High feet 3 inches. Broad feet 3 Hammer feet- Pole vault-r-10 feet 8 inchei. bacll. pitcher. forward. Basket guard. BASEBALL NOTES Christy llathewson is unending tho winter mouths playing checkers and writing baseball stories for the dally San Francisco, Dec. Jones, manager .of former lightweight cham- pion Ad Wolgast, is a.bout to add a heavyweight to his string fight- and predicts' that his man will win the championship. The new hope is Jesse Wiliard, a sourlan, who has cleaned up a his second season's work in tun batch of heavyweight aspirants, ami bls. of who has a six-round decision over j xationals, demands a sal- Luther McCarty. It was this Jailer of dollars. ._ Manttgcl. nowland, of the bubucjuo team in tho Threfi-T League, has sign- ed Earl Mattick, a brother of "Chick" Matllck, of the Chicago White Sox. Hugh is trying to aell his fact that aroused the interest of .Jones. WOLGAST AND TO MEET RITCHIE AGAIN IN MAY Ritchie Will Bet 55000 on His Own Chances If Jones in Earnest stock In the Jersey City club. Hugh was formerly secretary of the Boston Red Sox. Ho purchased an interest in. tbe skeeters last year. Sacrtimento, Cal., Dec. M.-Wllliel Detroit is full of gloom at the Rl.chie, llghlweieht champion, will' time, for President Navm has re- meet Ad Wolgast next May, provided i to give Ty Cobb Increase m Tom Jones, Worst's manager, really and Ty threatens to quit base- nip-nis business when he says ho will 'f Mr-