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COL COLE qLARKS LARKS SENSIBLE IDEAS Col Cool Lewis M Clark who is in New York talked most wisely of the western racing situa situ ¬ tion ion in a recent issue of the Daily Telegraph Here is Col Cool Clarks idea in yords yards yordsRacing forsaking Racing affairs in the yes6 said he as everyone knows have not been in a flourishing condition for several years although the season at Chicago last year was remarkably good and healthful all things considered The troubles of Chicago in a racing way are matters of his ¬ tory and they are rapidly being forgotten in the new and successful era which last seasons racing gave promise of There was friction and misunderstanding which I do not care to dis dais ¬ cuss and while it left our field fallow for a time it has but served to show how strong a hold the sport has on the Chicago people peopleI people I have been especially interested in the Chi ¬ cago cargo end of the business for some time and I believe that no city in the country takes such u thorough and genuine interest in racing as does Chicago It seems to me that the whole Chi ¬ cago cargo public likes racing likes to go and likes to bet on the horses and nowhere outside of Eng ¬ land have I seen so much general interest in the sport You know the Chicago people do things on a big scale when they do them they are dempcratic democratic live and want what they want and will come pretty near getting it if it is reasonable healthy and above board I must say that I consider Chicago people better sup ¬ porters of racing than those of New York or any other city cityEven intervene Even last year when we had no big stakes by reason of our inability to provide for them under the laws we had in Illinois the hundred days racing was a big success We had five to six thousand people daily and running from this to ten thousand on special days With the favorable legislation which we expect Wash ¬ ington Kingston Park Harlem and Hawthorne will prob probe ¬ ably divide up the racing season in an impartial way as to dates and the old stakes be revived This should give an impetus to the sport and make the season a grand one All our tracks are easy of access too which undoubtedly has much to do with the attendance attendanceWith attendance With regard to a reduction in the price of admission I do not favor the plan as I believe it cheapens racing in a way and if made a fea fear ¬ ture turret is liable to attract an undesirable element to its ultimate detriment Those people who are really interested in the sport will pay a dollar or a dollar and a half as quick as they will pay fifty cents They would really prefer to keep up a standard of excellence rather than to see any deterioration Of course the sport js for the public and they are first to be consid consider ¬ ered erred as I have always strongly stood out for But I can see no good in making the public cheap so to speak speakThe speak The other Western tracks I believe are in good condition although I have only been closely allied with Chicago racing of late years The dates for the Louisville circuit have been announced I see making a total of seventy four days Lexington will have a short meet ¬ ing King undoubtedly as usual I will be at Memphis for the Spring meeting going from there to Louisville and then to Chicago for the balance of the season Little Rock will have a Spring meeting and may clash with Nashville and Memphis but not I think to any great degree degreeI degree I am not hero representing the Turf Congress with regard to any lines of reciprocal relations but I hope to have a talk with Mr Belmont and other members of the Jockey Club in a general way on the subject I do not think there is any need for misunderstandings or quarrels between the two bodies although a conference might bring about a little more harmonious working of affairs This will be accomplished doubt ¬ less This is a big country of liberal and broad minded people and the turf is too much a part of the whole to become infected with any spirit of narrowness and bigotry As you know I was instrumental in the founding of the Western Turf Congress and IJbelieve Jubilee thoroughly in its ability to carry out its intentions intentionsWestern intentions Western racing is of course different from that of the East but mainly in the details of speculation I have always believed in the idea of ruling with an iron hand in the judges stand irrespective of persons and I have car ¬ ried reid out this principle in the twentyfive twenty years that I have acted as judge I do not believe in a racing judge leaving the stand and do not like my associate judges to do so The public looks upon a judge as its safeguard and friend against many things that are possible on race ¬ track and likes to see the judge in his place of business I have records of betting and every ¬ thing for the control of the track right at my side Many tracks have abolished the wire across the track and the hanging of purses but I find the wire a most important thing in judg judge ¬ ing King a close race You dont don't shoot at squirrels without taking a sight do you Well the wire from board to board is your sight in judging a race and the judges stand should always be fifteen feet away from the rail railI rail I am more and more interested in racing as I grow older and hope to see a lot of it yet Mr August Belmont Sr Mr Withers and Mr Jerome who were all my friends have gone and I find myself growing more conservative as time passes but the most important thing to keep in view for the success of the turf I still believe as I have always is the welfare of the public which loves the sport and supports it Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF Morris Park stakes will be announced in this weeks Calendar Added money will be the rule instead of the guarantee system The Gaiety 750 added Bouquet 1000 and Laureate 1000 added are for 2yearolds The Larchmont Parchment 500 added Baychester Batches 750 added Van Nest 500 added and Pocantico Oceanic 1000 added are ex ¬ clusively collusively for 3yearolds The Metropolitan Handicap in place of being guaranteed as last year will have 3000 added The conditions are 100 half forfeit 10 if declared by March 4 or 20 if declared April 1 The Toboggan Handi Hand ¬ cap has 1000 added New Rochelle 750 and three Highweight Lightweight Serial Handicaps each have 1500 added The entrance to the series is 75 or 30 if declared by April 23 The Amateur Cup has 1200 in cash and 300 in plate added There will be four fixed events for jumpers each with 750 added addedAll addenda All of Helen Scratchs Scratch foals to race have been victorious on the turf The last one to win is the slashing bay by Morello Marcello named Imperious and owned by Barney Schreiber The gelding came from the clouas clouds the other day and won off he being coupled in the betting with Joe Levy and the pair going at 6 to 1 Barney Schreiber owns three of Helen Scratchs Scratch babies Bra w Scot Greyhurst Greyhounds and Imperious Her other thoroughbred foals were Grandee and La Reina Regina A peculiar fact is that all are by dffferent sires The old grey gray mare traces to the same female sources as did the famous KdtyjPeaso and Hub bard as the grey gray color has been handed down for more than one hundred years Imperious is the only one of her foals that is not in color a grey gray Breeder and Sportsman SportsmanStarter Sportsman Starter Caldwell thinks well of Lord Marmidn Marin and Travorser Traverse as nimble footed youngsters and is credited with expressing this opinion of them recently I am anxious to see these two come together in a race I had McCormicks McCormick colt with me at Detroit and I tell you he was a whirlwind at the post I didnt didn't think he had his equal until I started Lord Marmion Marion and I want to say he is a fast one He can stand flat footed and outbreak every one of these Cali Ali ¬ fornia Formica horses Traverser Traverse is the only one who can give him an argument and as I have already said I want to see the two come together togetherMarjorie together Marjorie the beautifully bred mare in Frank Phillips string she is by Iroquois Tarantula by Great Tom has broken down and is to be retired for good The pipe story about a dope sponge in her nostrils from San Francisco in connection with the mares last race can be charged to the inandoutism viaducts of daily news paperdom papered paperdomCol papered Col Cool Jack Chinn Chin says the old racing firm of Chinn Chin Morgan will have a stable this year including nine 2yearolds all by Bubbler the sire of Ingomar Kingdom Next year they will introduce the first of the get of Lissak Lisa of which they have nine at the Chinn Chin farm near Harrbdsburg Harrisburg Ky Lissak Lisa was truly a great horse and should be a good sire sireJohn surgeon John Mackey Mickey has claimed the following names for his twoyearolds toeholds Seco Secom ch f by Tenny Teeny Tearless Hemerab Hemmer f by Goldfinch Hinda Hind Dwyer Tirade fy c by Rosseau Roseau Young Flush Julisse Julies b f by July Calla Lily Hula ch f by Tenny Teeny Dansauto Damnation Hermita Hermit b f by Sir Mod red Solitude The sons of the late Mr Fleischmann Freshman have de cided chided to run their horses in the name of Fleisch Flemish ¬ mann Sons stable in the future The string is now being trained by Tom Welch at his farm near Bound Brook N J He has about twenty five in hand New York Herald HeraldThursday Herodotus Thursday last John Brenock Redneck lost the twoyear twofer old brown filly by Lord Hartington Harrington Alalala Balalaika by St Blaise Blains The filly broke a leg in play and was shot Mr Brenock Redneck regarded her as the most promising of his seven twoyearolds toeholds twoyearoldsNewport Newport will give no stakes next spring depending on liberal purse programs solely The reason given being that their meeting be ¬ gins so early owners of stake horses will not take the risk of entering them freely freelyW freely W Lakeland is gathering together a select string of horses belonging to Marcus Daly Dally for an eastern campaign Hamburg Ogdeh Ogden and several promising twoyearolds toeholds are already at Lakelands Lakeland stable at Brighton Beach BeachAt Bearcat At this late date Mr James R Keene declares that there was a leak in his stable as to the condition of his horses last season and that he was forestalled in the betting about those which won wonThe wonted The Jockey Club holds its annual meeting the day after tomorrow Track officials for the year will then be selected and announced announcedThe announced The price on Ben Brush as quoted on Florida reports is 10000 far more reasonable than the Florida figure of 25000 The American Sporting Manual. THE AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL The American Sporting Manual will be far above what was promised for it The book will contain at least 200 pages Its turf billiard and pugilistic records will outclass any ever before printed in an annual book of records The book will bo on general sale by Thursday at 25 cents Its covers will be substantial and handsome and its contents welcbine welkin toesvery teaser lover of correct records Some old riecprdffnave been probed and rejected or corrected The handicap table explanations will fill a long felt want All the contents will be protected by registration and copyright and all parties are warned not to use them New Orleans' Two-Year-Olds. NEW ORLEANS TWOYEAROLDS TOEHOLDS The advance guard of the 2yearolds of 1898 will soon be in action at Now Orleans Last year some very useful performers Van Ant ¬ werp twerp Millstream Percy F Georgie George C and others that afterwards won over northern courses made their initial essays over the Crescent City track trackThis tactics This year hopeful and partial owners are claiming that the New Orleans class is as good if not better than it was last year and great things are whispered about of the pre paratory purgatory trials of the fiery youngsters soon to challenge their share of attention from patrons of racing It is reported that nearly 100 2year olds are at the track many of which are in a forward condition of training Some of the presumed best at New Orleans will no doubt be reserved for the more important meetings to come later on but there is on the whole a very cheerful prospect of good 2yearold racing there Latest gossip about the young onesv ones says Jake Marklein Marlin Gardners Garners trainer has three far advanced in their work They are a bay colt by Quicklime Satisfaction a bay gelding by St Blaise Blains Viscountess Viscounts and a chestnut filly by Fonso Fonts Rod Leaves All three have been credited with threeeighths in better than38i than38iBennington Bennington Kensington Gardner have a bunch of four of which they expect great things The black filly by Iroquois West Anna and the chestnut filly by Bishop Mollie D have worked three eighths in 38i Besides those they have a par ¬ ticularly inculpably good looking brown filly by Tremont Fremont Gypsy and a bay colt by Soudan Sudan Pastel PastelJ Pastel J J McCafferty is working on the road a chestnut filly by Great Tom Lily B and a bay colt by Bishop Kennebec Keene KennebecF Keene F H Hickok Hick has a youngster in his stable that was caught going a half in almost as good as 50 with about 105 pounds up This is by long odds the best move credited to any 2year old at the New Orleans track Hickoks Hickeys lot in ¬ cludes clues a bay filly by Leonatus Lents Hermitage that is being warmly touted a bay colt by Panique Antique Hannah that is credited with a quarter in 24i a brown colt by Abana Cabana Hindooette Hindmost and a speedy Faustus Faust filly out of Bathinia Actinia BathiniaClint Nationality Clint De Witt Witty has worked a bay colt by DeceiverrSpringtime Deceivers a quarter in 24 24James James Robertson has pinned great hopes on a chestnut colt by Deceiver Oasis that has shown him an eighth better than 12 and threeeighths better than 38 He also has a bay filly by Bradford Jennie Ten Broeck Brock BroeckS BrockS S J Charles has a full sister to Gilray Gila that has shown well A X Donahues Donates chestnut gelding by Farandolo Armadillo Sister Anita has been sent three eighths in 38K Fred Wood is working one by Jim Browns old Faustus Faust sprinter Bobby Beach Risa Rosa K the dam of Dorah Dora Woods Three eighths in better than 37 is credited to this one oneDick comedic Dick Rome has a chestnut filly by Montana Regent Dollikens Dollies that he thinks highly of J F Grefor Reform have a full sister to Panway Anyway jjarginia jargon Bradleys Bradley old campaigner that is a promising filiy filly George Cadwallader Caldwell has a bay colt by Macduff Mac Miss Buford Buffo and a brown colt by Governor Forakor Frankford Miss Dixon and both have shown excellently in their preparation THE LEATHER COVERED MANUAL There will bo a limited number of copies of the American Sporting Manual bound in flexible leather Only local and maildirectordors misdirected will be supplied The leather cbvered covered book will be ready by January 15 at 50 cents The leather covered Manual will not be on general sale Page  DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY A DAILY REFLECTION OF THE AMEBICAN AMERICAN TUEF TRUE BY TELEQEAPH TELEGRAPH DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO EDITOB EDIT F H BEUNELL BENELUX ASSOCIATE EDITOR C C RILEY COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDEntered Copyrighted Entered according to act 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OAKLAND FORM FORMSAN FORMAN SAN FEANCISCO FRANCISCO Cal Jan 11 The form of Wednesdays Oakland fields is First Race Dolore Dolores Mount Roy Torpedo TorpedoSecond Torpedoed Second Race Distinction Jack MartinLucky Martin Star StarThird Starchier Third Race Bonito or Imperious Attain ¬ ment meant Towanda Town TowandaFourthjRace FourthjRace Furtherance Traverser Traverse Dr Sharp Count of Flanders or Imperious ImperiousFifth Imperious Fifth Race Cash Day Souffle Garland Barr BarrSixth Biarritz Sixth Race Scotch Rose George Miller Plumeria Plumber New Orleans Form. NEW ORLEANS FORM NEW OELEANS ORLEANS LA Jan 11 The form of Wednesdays New Orleans fields is First Race Crystalline Caddie C George B Cox CoxSecond Cosecant Second Race Flop Mr Eastin Easton Seaport SeaportThird Seaport Third Race Celtic Bard Anger Jack Hayes HayesFourth Hayes Fourth Race David Albert S Tranby Tabby TranbyFifth Fifth Race Johnny McHale Chalet Doc Tuberville Tubercle Virgie Virile Dixon DixonSixth Dixon Sixth Race Verdi Marie C Tago Tango New Orleans Pooling. NEW ORLEANS POOLING LOUISVILLE KY January 11 Tonights Tonight pool ing King on Wednesdays New Orleans fields is First Race Crystalline 17 Dunster Duster 14 George B Cox 12 Caddie C 10 Dinsmore Inshore 8 Our Bishop 6 Nancy Till 5 Nepper Nipper 4 Laura May 3 Tole Stole Simmons 3 3Second Second Race Seaport 15 Dudley E 12 Flop 10 Mr Hunt 8 Mary Leighton 6 Mr Eastin Easton 5 Banrica Arnica 3 3Third Third Race Celtic Bard 15 Anger 10 Jack Hayes 8 Gammadion Grammarian 6 Tenootititlan 5 Gioja Goad 5 Briggs 4 Leaseman Leadsman 4 Royal Choice 4 Uncle Jim 3 field 4 4Fourth Fourth Race David 15 Albert S 10 A B C 8 Elkin Welkin 8 Tranby Tabby 7 Brother Fred 5 Seaport 5 field 4 4Fifth Fifth Race Virgie Virile Dixon 15 Altadena Althaea 10 Lucy B 8 Allie Sallie P 8 Johnny McHale Chalet 5 Doc Tuberville Tubercle 4 Lucy McHenry Cherry 3 field 5 Sixth Race Verdi 15 Tago Tango 10 Marie C 8 Scornful 6 Marguerite E 5 Coranella Cornell 4 Free Silver 3 field 4 Barksdale Form. BARKSDALE BARKS FORM FORMPHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA Pa Jan 11 The form of Wednesdays Barksdale Barks fields is isFirst misfires First Race False Pride Strathmac Stratum Hurry HurrySecond Hurry Second Race Zach Zech Lusby Clubby Helen H Navahoo Navaho NavahooThird Navaho Third Race Pleasant Smiles Susie Hawze Haze Salvor Savor SalvorFourth Fourth Race Benvolio Envoi Vermont Bradford Fred Train TrainFifth Transit Fifth Race King Hero St Pat Classic ClassicSixth Classicist Sixth Race Gorman Frank Hough Gracie The American Turf Bureau If you want Winners play to expert Handi Hand cappers figures Call and investigate investigateChicago investigate Chicago San Francisco FranciscoRoom Francisco Room 609 225 Dearborn Room 506 850 Market St Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather wet track sloppy sloppyFirst sloppy First Race 5 13 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Selling Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt 2781 Spry Lark5 100 3527 Dolore Dolores 4 100 2470 LaFontera Lamenter 4 100 3387 Nervula4 100 3354 Fannie E 6 100 Restless4 100 100The The Gossip 4 100 3465 Lillian M 4 100 3467 Sky Blue 5 102 3453 Red Bird 7 102 3248 Capt Caput Rees 9 102 8700 Sooladain Scolding 6 102 8700 Pollock Pollack 5 102 7450 Torpedo 4 102 3100 Heritage 5 102 3559 Mount Roy 7 102 Bobolink 6 105 3453 Veragua Vera 5 107 RedSpinner6115 RedSpinner6115Second Second Race 5 13 Furlongs 4yearolds and upward Selling 3629 Peril8 100 3031 Distinction4100 3548 Easel 5 100 28442Koenigen4 100 10033710Fleta6 33710Fleta6 102 3387 Sea Spray 6 102 3371 Monitor 5 102 3452 JudgoStffer4102 3609 Lucky Star 4 102 2979 Roadwarmr5102 3578 Jack Martin 5 102 3527 Chappie Happier 4 102 3529 Emma D 8 105 3629 February 4 105 3608 Our Climate5 107 107Third Third Race 78 Mile 3yearolds Selling 3558 Towanda Town 101 3526 Tenricka Kendrick 102 3591 Duke of Yorkll York 102 35582 Attainment 103 103SSyeXBonito SSyeXBonito 104 3579Morinel 105 1053591Tffiperious 3591Tffiperious 107 3531 Tiger Lily 107 107Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile The Lissak Lisa Stakes 1000 Guaranteed 3yearolds Allowances 3481 St Angelo 96 3591Imperious 99 9936123Dr 36123Dr Sharp 107 2902Colonel Dan107 Dan1073499Traverser 3499Traverser 117 35592Ct of Flandersll Flanders 3612 St Callatino Collation 112 35792Linstock 119 119Burns Burns Waterhouse Warehouse entry entryFifth interfaith Fifth Race 1 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 8613 Serena 5 95 36133Perseus 5 97 973593Souffle5 3593Souffle5 104 3530GrlndBarr5105 3519 Cash Day 7 106 106Sixth Sixth Race 5 13 Furlongs 4yearolds and upward Selling 2512 Anna Mayes Ayes 7 100 3630 Sly 4 100 3575 I Dont Don't Know8102 3291 Plumeria Plumber 5 105 3503 Scotch Rose4105 3529 Major Cook6 107 3563Torsion 5 107 3608 KsrLudwig4110 3100R Q Ban7 110 35612Waltor J5 110 3529 GeorgeMiller8112 New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track good goodFirst goofiest First Race G 13 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Selling Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt 3401 Laura May 3 85 3239 Nepper Nipper 3 87 3573 Tole Stole Simmons387 3521 Nancy Till3 90 3525Caddie C3 90 3418 Dinsmoro3 90 36243GeorgeBCox390 35112Crystalline 3 90 3586 Dunster Duster 3 90 3539 Our Bishop 4 105 105Second Second Race 1 Mile and 30 Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds Selling 3586 Banrica Arnica 98 3573 Mr Eastin Easton 102 10236032Mr 36032Mr Hunt 103 3603 Mary LeightonlOS Leighton LeightonlOS35733Flop 35733Flop 106 35862Seaport 114 3586 Dudley E 114 114Third Third Race 1 11G Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 3585 EstNeRegina4 96 36213 Jack Hayes 4 93 3555 Arrezzo Carrizo 4 101 3585 Gioj GIGO a 4 101 3294 Laura Cotta 5101 3496 Gammadion4101 3541 Optimus Optimums 5 103 3571 Briggs 4 103 3416 Tenochtitlan6103 33543Celtic Bard 5103 35713Angor 4 104 3182 Leaseman Leadsman 5 106 3402 St Leo 6 106 3304 Roy alChoice alchemic 5 106 3555 Uncle Jim 7 108 108Fourth Fourth Race 7 13 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Handicap 35723 Brother Fred 4 90 36063Elkin 4 92 3020 LittleBilloe5 95 3621 Rapalatcliie5 95 35862Seaport 3 97 3479 A B C 5 104 1043588Tranby 3588Tranby 5 107 3606Albert S 5 108 10836072DavId 36072DavId 6 110 110Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3415 Lucy B 4 97 33693 Altadena Althaea 5 100 3430 Vireie Virile Dixon5100 3480 D Tberville4102 Allie Sallie P 3 104 302Q2Lauretta D 6 107 2614 L McHenryS Cherry 107 Foxer Foxier 4 109 3415 Roentgen 4 109 3588 Dr Simpson4109 i9546 JinyMc Jimmy Hale 6 109 f lf Sixth Race 34 Mile Xj4ty aTblcl5 and upward Allowances 34152fecoriifuLU 99 3326 Tago Tango 4 99 3006 MffirgufriteE499 rgufrite argufied 1591 LT Caton4 101 3514 Corafftlla Craft afftlla afflatus 5 102 3572 Marie C 4 104 3541 Verdi 6 105 Dr Optic 4 106 3324 Free Silver 5 107 7246 Vencedor Encoder 4 109 First series New Orleans Form Chart. NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART CHARTNEW CARNE NEW ORLEANS LA Jan 11 Thirtythird Thirty day Crescent City Jockey Club ClubWinter Columbine Winter Meeting Weather clear track good Presiding Judge Col Cool R W Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 2 pm 362O FIRST Selling RACE 0 13 Furlongs Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Wt St H Vt K StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 35392 W c T 108 2 2i 1 12 11 Caywood Cawed H C Brown cc uo oa ba i i 35692EVEREST 109 10 8 34 W Songer Sponger G H Brown 464 4 3414 ALICE C 94 1 13 Z W W Lines BogsOo Bogs 30 50 30 40 3416 LEXGTN LEIGHTON PIRATE 112 6 41 V 6i 41 Nutt Mutt H Riddle 6 6 5 5 3510RUSH FIELDS 109 4 6 51 5 OH Guitiers Guiltier J Charles 12 15 1 15 35693M1SS ROWETT ROWE 97 8 9 8 7 6 H Wilson E F Smith 6 7 6 6 2739 LITTLE MUSIC 104 3 7 9 44 7 Combs W G Brien Brie Jr 20 40 20 40 1024FIRST WARD 107 7 10 10 10 8 Aker Baker C De Witt Witty 10 15 10 15 3569 HALTON ALTON 110411 11 11 11 9 McCafferty J J McCafferty 6 10 6 10 3569 OLDHAM RODHAM 103 5 3 6 8 10 Barrett Barrette J M Stewart 15 25 15 20 3417 PITFALL 104 12 12 12 12 11 W Dean H Sanders 20 50 20 50 3590 DOMINGO 109 9 5t 7 9 12 BeauchampFleishchmnnSonsSj 30 30 30 Time 30Time 2551 103 116 123 Winner B g 5 by Montrose Georgie George H HPost Post Post 4 minutes Start good Won ridden out the next three were driving Everest tired at the end He was away poorly and much used early The weight anchored Lexington Pirate Alice C had plenty of early speed The going was too hard for Domingo W C T is good now and was in a soft spot Overweights Overweighs Halton Alton 24 pounds Oldham Rodham 2 Pitfall 3 3621 SECOND RACE 1 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3573FORBUSH 93 3 14 11 IH IH IH T Burns G C Bennett 3571ROBERT Bennett3571ROBERT BONNER BONER 108 2 3 34 24 21 22 Thompson S Williams 10 12 10 12 35902 JACK HAYES 103 1 4 414 46 33 3 Southard Southward F T Wood 5656 3521 LUCKY MONDAY 96 5 21 24 31 4 4io Songer Sponger MinterWosterfdl2 15 10 15 3555 ETHEL LEE 106 6 55 51551555 52 Dupee Dupe WHLaudeman 30 50 30 40 3497 RAPALATCHIE APPALACHIA 108 4 6 64 7 7 6 BeauchampE Bacchante J flopson flops 20 50 20 50 3305 BLLE BELLE OF CORSICA 90 7 7 7 6 61 7 Sheppard C H Williams 20 40 20 40 Time 40Time 26 514 1 04 1 17 1 444 444Winner Winner B g 3 by Free Knight Isabella IsabellaOff Isabella Off at first break to a good start Won easily second cleverly third eased up Robert Bon ner near ran a game race Forbusb Forbes had lots to spare at the end fifis fifties a good colt Jack Hayes could never get up The others were outclassed Overweights Overweighs Belle of Corsica 4 pounds O i J THIRD RACE 1 13 Miles Purse 250 4yearolds and apward award Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St S y StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3523 PETE KITCHEN102 1 21 2H 23 12 12 n Lynch W Shielding 4 3587 NANLS MANS SISTER100 4 54 4 32 33 24 2 Gilmore BehsonArthrCo75 85 65 75 3587 COURTESY 101 3 SH 3 4 4H 41 3 Southard Southward J H Smith 8 10 8 8 3399 RANSOM 100 7 61 6 510 520 512 40 Peterman Letterman BrningBrdman Burning 4 4 34 3i 3280 BAAL GAD 95 8 1 13 15 2 34 58 J Hicks F Carter 30 30 25 25 3448 B McKENZIE 96 2 4n 7 7 7 7 6 Frost J W ONeall Neal 8 10 8 8 3541 JDGE JUDGE BRYANT103 5 7 51 61561062 7 Barrett Barrette J S Williams 10 20 10 15 3541 TAN CRED RED 102 6 8 8 8 8 8 8 Castro PlicquerDwyervSO 10030 100 Time 100Time 26 52 1 054 1 19t 1 46 213 2414 Winner 2414Winner Blk Balk g 5 by Falsetto Rebeilis Rebels RebeilisPost Rebels Post 7 minutes Start good The first four wore driving hard Baal Gad started out like a quarter horse She stopped to nothing in the stretch Ransom came strong at the end Pete Kitchen was welLhandled swellheaded Nannie Nannies Ls Sister hung on gamely at the end Courtesy was right there Pete Kitchens race was far above his last performance Overweights Overweighs performanceOverweights performance Judge Bryant 4 pounds i p t FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Handicap Ind Indo Horses Wt St Ys StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 35732BLE OF MEMPHIS 91 3 3572SLIGO II 115 1 3 3i 31 22 T Burns J W Schorr Scorer Son 9 5 2 6585 35393BRIGHTON 658535393BRIGHTON 99 7 42 42 4 33 Combs Mrs W W Lyles Lyle 4 6 4 44 3589TIT 443589TIT FOR TAT 102 2 6 63 54 4i Hunger E G Stevenson 10 10 8 8 3572 BILL ARNETT BARNETT 96 6 IH 24 2H 52 J Hicks J F Davis 50 100 50 80 3572 SEDAN 924 5 5 5K K 5 65 66 Southard Southward J H Smith 50 60 50 50 5882EMMA 505882EMMA LEE 100 4 7777 Lines H T Batchelor Bachelor 60 100 60 75 3607DORAH WOOD 108 Left at the post Sneil Neil F T Wood 4 5 4 44 Time 44Time 25 50 1 024 1 15f Winner BanglePost Bangle B f 3 by Siddartha Skidder Silver Bangle Post 10 minutes Start poor Won driving and out to the last ounce second and third driv drive ¬ ing King just as hard Belle of Memphis was tiring fast Burns waited too long with Sligo Lingo He was best and should have won Brighton ran a good race Tit for Tat was outclassed Bill Arnett Barnett had speedScratched speeds his usual turn of early speed Scratched Tabouret Tambour 94 Alviii W 95 David 110 110Overweights Overweights Overweighs Brighton 5 pounds Bill Arnett Barnett 5 Sadan Sedan 24 3624 FIFTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St V4 V2 StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C C35572SEA 35572SEA 4535543EITHOLIN ROBBER 110 3 21 31 1 li IH T Burns J W Schorr Scorer Son 35l 35 45 35543EITHOLIN 97 5 4 52 31 2 2 ± Combs G C Bennett 3 34 3 3 35382GEORGE B COX 92 1 11 li 23 32 31 Crowhurst Cowherbs J J Marklein Marlin Co6 866 1 9106 JACK OF HEARTS 110 6 62 41 41 V Dean M Wynn 100 150 100 150 3585 MELLIE NELLIE 000 f 51 52 Southard Southward J H Smith 15 20 10 15 3541 NAY NAY TDT DDT W ptW pt 4 52 7 63 Nutt Mutt C F Fox 30 50 25 30 35863AMATEUR 3035863AMATEUR 92 7 3n 2 41 62 7 Dupee Dupe W M Wallace 6867 6867Time Time 25 50i 1 03i 1 16 1 44 44Winner Winner Ch c 4 by Pirate of Penzauce Penance RaybellO Rabbet RaybellOOff Off at first break to a good start Won easily second with something left The rest were driving Eithdlin Edith ran a good race George B Cox is a quitter He was weakly ridden too It was a bad ride on Nay Nay The boy let her head down turning into the stretch The distance was too far for Amateur Watqh Watch Jack of Hearts He ran a clever race and finished strong 3625 t 6 K s SIXTH RACEG RACE 13 Furlongs Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3524 ORAL 97 7 5 34 32 li Dupee Dupe C B Reid 75 851 1 135892SAUTERNE 35892SAUTERNE 103 1 1 21 24 22 FThompsonES Thompson Warner Co 1 751 65 3510 REBECCA B 110 10 8 51 44 32 Thompson H L Stevens 20 20 15 15 3512 HARRY S 97 3 a 14 14 4 Combs T Murphy 50 60 50 50 3343 TERRAMIE TERRA 98 5 63 6 52 5 Southard Southward J H Smith 20 50 20 40 3589 LITTLE OCEAN 100 4 3 41 61 63 Campbell C OBrien O'Brien 20 30 20 25 3434 PEARSON 105 2 44 7 7 7 Dunn W H Laird 50 100 50 75 3512 JUDGE BULLOCK 103 8 9988 Barrett Barrette R J Stewart 20 30 20 25 3571 WOLSEY WHOLE 103 9 10 10 10 9 Lawrence J A Lynch Co 15 20 12 15 3328 GALGO ALGOL 97 6 7 8 9 10 F Morris A S Patrick 60 10060 60 60Time Time 25 504 1 03 1 15i 1 23 Winner 23Winner Ch f 4 by Order Ganges II i iPost Post Post 6 minutes Start good Won easily the others were doing their best There was too much use made of Harry S the first part The boy on Sauterno Sauterne lost his whip at the head of the stretch endScratched undistracted Oral was much the best Rebecca B came fast at the end Scratched Stove Ciolini Colin 97 Miss Al Farrow Arrow 100 Overweights Overweighs 100Overweights Pearson 2 pounds Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAKLAND CATALAN OAKLAND CA L jaii jai 11 Twentysixth Twenty day California Jockey Club Winter Meeting rftfTv raft jjjeather wet track sloppy Presiding Jtfflge yfjjfb Murphy Starter J B Ferguson The recall jjagis jags used Racing starts at 2 15 p m O Cmfc Cm FIRST RACE34 Mile Purse 300 3yearolds Maidens Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St 4 Vz Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 3437 M1STLETON 112 3 14 1 11 IH Thorpe W Boots Son 4 4 24 24 3483 ROULETTE WHL HL 107 5 21 22 24 2 Clayton J Harvey 3i 4 34 34 3547 MAIN BAR 54 7 42 3 4 Spencer Atkin Akin LottridgeS Glottides 10 8 8 3498 BRAMBELLA BARBELL 41 3 S 4 E Jones W P Magrano Marian 20 20 15 15 3375 ROSE MAID 51 5u es 51 VanKuren Anuran Covington Coving Kent 6866 3575 THE DIPPER 120 9 899 6 Hennessy Hennas E W Purser 3 45 3 4 j 3563 FOREST GU RD 109 8 7 6 5 7 Stevens NewmanTuemlrlS Newman 20 15 15 15S101 S101 BE HAPPY 117 10 10 10 10 8 Freeman T H Boyle 20 30 20 25 3558 HENRY C 120 7 3 4 8 920 H Shields T Wilson 15 15 10 12 3481 T McHUGH Chug 120 6 9 8 7 10 C Sloan L H Ezell Bezel 12 15 10 12 12Time Time 25 oil 1 04 1 1L 1LWinner Winner Ch c by Brutus Bruits Mistletoe MistletoeStart Mistletoes Start good Won easily There was a smart drive for the place Mistleton Mistletoe ran above the mark and seemed to outclass his field He favors fast going The Wheel spun merrily She was used too mucb much is only a sprinter and went to pieces in the stretch Mainbar Marinara isn ism t much He was poorly ridden and finished strong Brambella Barbell likes distance off and the mud She was badly ridden The Dipper does best on hard going and at a distance He was shut oil at start Tho Theo race was not one of deep valuejisjto alienist futureform future O ijr Mir SECOND RACE 34 Mile Purse 400 3yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St Vi 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3436 AL KORAN 116 7 4 44 li 1H Spencer A J Wilson Co 10 In 10 12 3548 ABINA SABINA 103 5 32 33 24 22 E Jones H E Rowell Roswell 6866 3372 MORINGA MORIN 105 1 135963DR 64 61 4 31 Devine Define J Conway 20 25 20 20 35963DR MARKS 113 4 51 5 3 4 Thorpe B Schreiber 2 24 85 85 3032 COLONIAL DAME 111 11 112777LEE 11 12 10 54 Clayton W B JennrngsCo2 34 2 2 2777LEE KYLO KYLE 113 6 10 11 9 62 McDonald J E Dolan 30 60 30 50 3386 EL MORO 116 9 99 l 7 Hennessy Hennas J F Mangan Meagan 8866 3498 GLENOWER GENOME 105 13 1334083MAGNUS 14 14 12 83 Stevens W H McLemore Clamored 20 30 20 25 34083MAGNUS 113 3 71 71 74 9 Hobart C Parker 20 60 20 50 3531 MISS ALICE II 111 8 2 21 54 IQi Ii C Sloan E McCormick 10 15 10 10 8202 SAN DURANGO 105 12 12 10 13 112 VanKuren Anuran E J Baldwin 10 15 10 12 3386 LITTLE T G 111 2 14 1 61 123 Kerin Erin J Hickle Hickey 20 20 15 20 3408 ROSA 106 10 13 13 14 132 OConnor O'Connor J Mulkey Mule Co 50 100 50 80 2652 ON GUA GUAM NITA NIT 111 14 84 8 11 14 McGinn McKinney L H Ezell Bezel 15 15 12 15 15Fprmerly Formerly Fprmerly Kylee Kyle Time 25i 524 1 04 1 17 17Winner Winner B c by Duncombe Buncombe Veronica VeronicaStart Veronicas Start fair Won easily the next five were driving Koran in the going was best He was lucky too Abina Sabina had bad luck She was shut off on first turn and in back stretch and was far from well ridden Marks had all kinds of bad luck He was cut off at start and on first turn and not well ridden Colonial Dame runs as if she favors a route and a hard track She was not well handled Watch Kylo Kyle He will be of some account in mud Little T G is but a sprinter Glen ower Gower was dosing at end and was vilely ridden El Moro ran short Mormga Morgan had bad luck and was badly ridden riddenScratched Scratched Eroica Erotica 103 Formella Formula 103 Musculado Muscular 105 Jim Brownell Browne 108 Master Mariner 113 Lady Ashley 111 THIRD RACE 1 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Allowances 3628 Ind Indo Horses Wt St V2 StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners 0 H L C 3595 RUBICON 114 3 2 2 21 1H 12 Thorpe H T Griffin 451 4545 45453561DOUBLE 3561DOUBLE QUICK 124 2 li 1 1 22 2 H Shields F Brown 10 12 10 10 1033913PAUL 33913PAUL GRIGGS BRIGGS 109 5 51 42 45 3H 3i Gray B J Johnston 3 3 2 2 235772NEWSGATHERER 35772NEWSGATHERER 116 4 41 3 3s 46 430 C Sloan C P Fink 5644 3608 OUTGO 106 6 62 62 6 52 5i VanKuren Anuran J B Brandon 60 100 60 100 7700 GALLANT 121 1 3 51 5 66 61 Jenkins D A Honig Hong 75 100 75 100 3245 DON DANIEL 106 7 7 7 7 7 7 Stevens M Johnson 50 100 50 100 100Time Time 25J 5H 1 04 1 17 1 44 44Winner Winner Ch h 7 by Rayon dOr doer Lillie R RStart Start Start good Won in a gallop Rubicon was in a soft spot and outclassed the lot Quick ran a race above the mark He was lucky though and the going suited him He is good Griggs Rigs had all kinds of bad luck and was badly ridden He is a hard horse to handle Was coming strong at finish Newsgatherers Newscaster forte is mud He was closing stoutly from a strong beginning Ho is ready So is Griggs Rigs O T O FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 500 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St M M Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 34842MAY W 104 3 24 21 1 li Morse D Cameron 5857 58573559TEA 3559TEA ROSE III 99 2 H 14 23 24 Spencer Atkin Akin Lottridgel Outride 5 1 35 45 453548MIDLIGHT 3548MIDLIGHT 104 1 34 424 324 320 Thorpe Kittleman Skittle Bros Brows 85 95 75 85 3592 PERIL 99 5 41 3 5 430 Stevens W F Roeder Redder 40 40 30 30 3036093FEBRUARY 3036093FEBRUARY 36093FEBRUARY 96 4 5 5 4 5 McNichols Conchoids R D Ledgett Leggett Co40 60 40 50 Time 50Time 24i 50 1 02i 1 154 154Winner Winner B f 4 by Eagle Plume Froila Roil FroilaStart Frailest Start good Won in a hand gallop drive for the place May W was far the best and well ridden She had a smooth journey Tea Rose was unlucky and vilely ridden Midlight Midnight could not keep up naturally and ran his race He was outclassed with the others othersScratched Scratched Agues Tobin 81 Morinel Moraine 84 Hardly 81 363O FIFTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling i Jockeys Owners O H L C 35622ARGENTINA 108 1 14 14 I 12 134 Clayton E J Baldwin 2 24 85 2 3405 OSRIC OSTRICH II M4 5 21 21 2142 23 Thorpe BurnsWaterhse Breakwaters 3 434 3403 EARL COCHRMjiBDi 2 3i 3 31 32 32 H HI Brown J Cochran 30 50 25 25 3358SLY leFSe leSe 7 51 4i 41 51 41 Grt Girt Grt3520FASHION Gray Lassen Larsen Stable StableStevens Stables 3 3 24 24 3520FASHION PLATBf Plat 96 3 6i 61 6H 4i 52 Ste Sate Stevens Joseph Harvey 4646 3469 ALVERO VALERO 101 8 8 WainwrightC Wainwright V Chappell Chapel 50 100 50 75 3578 HERMANITA HERMAN 102 6 7 735513CHARLEY 54 51 7 74 E Jones E F Smith 6846 684635513CHARLEY 35513CHARLEY REIFF RIFF 101 4 4 8 8 8 8 Spencer H L Jones 30 30 15 15 Time 15Time 254 51 1 04 1 164 1 29 29Winner Winner B m 5 by Gano Guano Dollie Dollied L LStart Start Start good Won very easily and all the way Argentina outclassed her field as she ran Her race was above par Tho Theo mare is an acrobat She was well handled Osric Ostrich was used far too much He is game and finished strong Cochran badly ridden and favoring mud was clos clods ¬ ing King at the end Sly was short Both she and the Plate were badly ridden Reiff Riff is best at a distance Hermanita Herman is best on hard going goingScratched goings Scratched Florirriel Fortiori 96 Meadow Lark 101 Chappie Happier 98 Nonchalance 101 Mulberry 104 104Change Change in Weight Argentina 3 pounds on 3631 SIXTH RACE 1 116 Miles Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St 54 Y 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 35933PERSONNE 108 4 21 214 22 IN m Thorpe L HTEiell Heel 34 4 24 24 3388 SIR DILKE DIKE 105 1 1 31 3 34 2 Conley Coney J Whitten Whiten 45 1 45 45 3562 CROMWELL 105 2 34 14 1 224 31 Kiley Kelley E W Purser 10 15 10 12 1235932COLLINS 35932COLLINS 100 3 41 41 4 5 45 Gray C L Rowell Roswell 4545 45453560SONG 3560SONG AND DANCE106 5 5 5 5 44 5 Spencer R Carruthers Corrupters 6766 Time 25 51 1 03 1 17 1 44 44Winner Winner B c 4 by Leonatus Lents Countess GiseJa Guise GiseJaStart Start good Won easily Personne Personnel was well ridden and the best Dilke Dike was badly rjdden ridden He is ready and good in mud He was closing fast at the end Cromwell is ready Ho was not well handled Too much use was made of him early Collins and Song and Dance were not well ridden riddenScratched Scratched Alma 93 Bernardillo Bernardino 110 Page  Barksdale Form Chart. BARKSDALE BARKS FORM CHART CHARTJIAKKSDAIE JIAKKSDAIE MD January 11 Eighth day Barksdale Barks Racing Association Winter meeting Weather clear track heavy Presiding Judge Ralph Bayard Boatyard Starter Mars Cassidy Racing starts at 2 30 p m ty f O Q FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Vi ZA StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3597 JENEOLA ENGEL 41 4H 41 li Ellis Ellisin Ellison East Side Stable 15 15 12 12 35802SALESMAN in 2H 2i 2u Patton Patton3i Melrose Stk St Farm2 3 2 2i 3584 ADVANCE 3i 32 31 3 Neel Kneel AM Sexton 4434 4434MBScanion 35822ARTILLERY 2 12 11 41 Burns MBScanion Ambuscading 3534 3544 MATTIE CHUN HUN 61 6i 61 5 Brophy Trophy MAyres Ayres 3 4 3 3i 3205 GRACEFUL 5 51 5 62 Champ West Point Stable6 7 6 3281 CONNEMAUGH CINEMA 8777 7 Houlahan Goulash T E Livingstone Livingston 8 15 8 360HPOCKETPIECE 111 7 78 Fell Charles D W Mooney 686 6867 6867Time Time 27i 584 1 16 1 31 31Winner McCarthyStart McCarthy Winner B m 5 by Eolus Bolus Jennie McCarthy Start jood Jody Won driving the next three were driving also Salesman was shut off on the far turn Hf was the best and should have won Ellis caught Patton napping Pocketpiece Pocket fell in the stretch Advance finished strong Artillery had a g iod od turn of speed but tired tiredScratched Scratched Lawrence P 107 Hint 105 105Overweights Overweights Overweighs Jeneola Jeanne 4 pounds Advance 4 Artillery 2 Mattie Chun Chung 3 Pocketpiece Pocket 4 O f iQ SECOND RACE 4 13 Furlongs Purse 100 3yearolds and upward O 9 O O Allowances Wt St 4 A StrFin Strafing Jockevs Jockeys O H L C 3582 MR WAVERLY AVERY 108 2 is is 16 is Narvaez Larvae Ashton Aston Stable 6 10 6 3565 EQUITY 112 4 4EDNA 44 41 42 21 Burns H S Bradford 6 6 3 EDNA BENNETT 110 6 63329GILT 3 21 21 34 Patton PattonI5v J Wilson 15 20 15 1 3329GILT AUSTRALN AUSTRAL 111 1 I5v 6 6H 4 Nelson Iron Hill Stable 8 12 8 10 35 8 COPYRIGHT 115 7 7 7 74 5i Ellis 3395 ROEBUCK 112 5 54 54 5 6 Coleman Hill Top Stable 6 10 3507 ETHEL FARRELL 108 3 333333TELEGRAM 24 3 3 7 Neel Kneel H Filbert 3 3 2 i 33333TELEGRAM 114 9 9888 Lynch Prospect Stable 6 6 2r 4 3266 GOLD SPEC 110 8 8999 J Moore Gold Star Stable 6 8 e 8 Time 27 56 1 05 05Winner Winner Ch c 4 by Magnetizer itchcraf witchcraft t tStart Start Start good Woo easily The start beat Telegram The going suited Mr Waverly Avery Ettiel Retie Farrell tired when pinched Equity closed strong She could never get within striking distance of the winner Edna Bennett is a coward cowardScratched cowards Scratched Bert 110 110Overweights Overweights Overweighs Equity 2 pounds Gilt Australian 5 Ethel Farrell 2 Telegram 2 Q i ± Q A THIRD RACE 4 12 Furlongs Purse 100 3yearolds and upward O O J O rdc dc ± Allowances AllowancesInd Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St Vz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3544 PRIVATEER 107 4 436153HENRY 4i 3 2 12 Brophy Trophy Philadelphia Stbl6 12 6 10 36153HENRY HIGGINS 107 2 1H 13 12 23 Nelson Gordon Stable 6867 3487 PRAIRIE FLOWER 108 1 3i 4i 3 3n Narvaez Larvae Lincoln Stable 2 3 2 2i 33443ONNALEE 105 6 6 64 51 42 Cunngham Chung G Blake 232 115 115MISS MISS JULIA 105 3 23 2 44 51 Champ C W Riddell Ride 6867 3173 SILVER BILL 112 D 5 5 64 6 Dangler J Renfrew Reinforce 8 12 8 10 3218 AUNT SUSIE 105 8 9 8 7 7 J Moore Clover Stable 6 12 6 10 3542 IDA 109 7 8788 Ellis Z T Swaine Swine 4645 3443 GRANDMA 110 5 7999 Neel Kneel J Flearnoy Learn 6766 3546 WINDGALE INGLE 107 Left at the post Patton J B Stansbury Salisbury 6 12 6 8 Time 27J 57 1 054 054Winner Winner B g 4 by Falsetto Jennie June JuneStart Jumpstart Start fair Won ridden out the next three were extremely busy Privateer came fast at the end Onnalee Tonal also closed strong Miss Julia was short and tired when asked the question Henry caughtOverweights Higgins also weakened when caught Overweights Overweighs Prairie Flower 3 pounds Silver Bill 5 Ida 4 Grandma 5 Windgale Ingle 2 3635 FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses i 5i StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3602MON DOCTRINE 114 1 3160 JEVVSHARP 114 3 24 2 2 2fl BuckholderManhattan Stable6 8 6 7 36022JONAH 484636023SEBASTIAN WHITE 114 4 41 44 32 32 Cunngham Chung Dixie Stable 4846 36023SEBASTIAN 109 2 31 34 42 41 Noel J McCarren Macabre 3 34 24 3 32342HANOANNA 111 6 6 52 51 52 King G W Haman Harman 15 25 15 20 20BETTIE BETTIE BETTIES HALL 108 5 51 6 6 6 Gregier Groggier W P Young 15 25 15 20 3602 MEDICA MEDIA 107 Loft at the post Bender T J Dean 4 6 34 4 4Time Time 26i 57 1 lol loll 1 304 304Winner AquilonStart Caudillos Winner B c 4 by Tristan Dristan Aquilon Aquiline Start fair Won easily Medica Medical was responsible for a twentyfive twenty minutes delay at the post Monroe Doctrine was best and ran his usual honest race Jonah White closed strong in the stretch stretchScratched stretches Scratched Phaedra Phased 104 104Overweights Overweights Overweighs Jewsharp Jewish 5 pounds Hanoanna Banana 4 Bettie Betties Hall 4 Change in Weight Jonah White 5 pounds on OVO NOVO FIFTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St Vz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3564 CANDELABRA 118 8 8 8 32 1 12 Nostrand Unstrained Winchester StablelO Stable 10 8 8 35813MULLAGHMORE 118 67 61 51 31 23 Brophy Trophy A Brooks 3322 332235842STOCKBRIDGE 35842STOCKBRIDGE 115 1 11 1H 1 21 38 Asburn Auburn H Fulford Floored 3 4 3 34 3435823SISTER 35823SISTER IDA 102 7 61 5i 44 41 41 Cunngham Chung F Sharper 6867 3565 FOXGLOVE 118 4 41 41 64 61 52 Houlahan Goulash Camden Stable 6 10 6 10 3564 JOHN P 115 2 54 7 7 7 61 Coleraan Coleman Hill Top Stable 6867 686735812KASSALA 35812KASSALA 113 5 3 31 8 8 7 J Moore Mt Vernon StableS 34 3 3 3378 PRINCE POTOMAC 115 3 24 21 21 52 8 Lynch Potomac Stable 6 12 6 10 10Time Time 271 57i 1 164 1 32 2 05 05Winner Winner B h a by Kyrle Kyle Daly Dally Abra Abram AbraStart Abreast Start good Won easily Candelabra won as he pleased Mullaghmore Mullah ran a good race and finished strong Stockbridge Stockbroker was short Prince Potomac could not go the route The winner was much the best bestOverweights bestrewing Overweights Overweighs Sister Ida 3 pounds 3f Q r7 SIXTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Allowances D O 4 DECLARED OFF Barksdale Entries. BAKKSDAIE ENTRIES Probabilities Veather Feather clear track heavy heavyFirst headfirst First Race 58 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances AllowancesInd Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wet 3268 Hurry 110 3145 False Pride 110 3532 Tommy Fahey Feathery 110 3488 Strathmac Stratum 110 3441 Tray more 107 3426 Lady Linden 105 3426 Verna Verona J 105 3377 Bardotte Barbette 105 3441 Lula Luella B 105 3282 Fannie Lee 105 105Second Second Race 4 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Selling Radnor 117 3566 Blue Jay 3599 Zack Sack Lusby Clubby 110 3545Navahoe 34913Sister Myra Myrna 105 36183Frances M 105 3508 Helen H 105 3599 MayPinkerton105 3582 Conspirator 103 Belmont 103 103Third Third Race 1 Blile Bible 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3600 Reform 116 36362 Mullaghmore Mullah 116 3281 Salvor Savor 113 36012 Hallie Halide Gay m 3600 Plsant Plant SmHeslll 3601Ninis 36CO Susio Susie Hawzel06 Hawzel06Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3568 Red Star 122 Smuggler 3565 VermtBrdfordll9 3565 Metropolis S581 Fred Train 119 3568 Walter O Benvolio Envoi 119 3173 Long Gain 3546 Henry 116 3546 Frank B Fifth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3542 Parvenue Parvenu 114 3428 Brahm Brahma 34282King Hero 114 3619 Rob Roy Matt White 114 3533 St Pat Albertine Libertine 112 344Q2Classic 36143B Australian 109 Sannie Annie Sixth Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3636 Foxglove 122 35972Qorman 35993A B Dade 119 3601 Tomoka Tonka 3600 LidaWoodlandsll 3583 King Bon 3580 Sir Moltke Molted 116 3457 Frank Hough 116 35682Gracie 114 3580TessieB 99 ATROBY TROY INDIANA Pllll Pfrtrtff Pratt c Received by Wire on all J Ull Hull JVSpUrL Racing Events Special trains leave P P W C RB Depot Canal and Adams Streets at 1 OO vll4 and 2 p m Returning at 5 05 p m and after the last San Prancleco Prance race Alley L connects with electric cars at 63d Street and Madison l inois Minis Central South Chicago Express trains connect with Roby Robby Electric Cars O2no Street i v vf f COHBINATIONS COMBINATIONS ON ALL EVENTS EVENTSFare Events Fare for the Round Trip on All Roads 25 Cents Page  CLUB DEPARTMKNT DEPARTMENT 1898 SPRING SUMMER AND FALL flEETINGS flEETING 1898 STAJEES STANDEES TO CLOSE 15 1898 THE INATJGUKAL INARGUABLE A handicap sweepstakes for threeyearolds awd awed upward Weights to to be anuuunced March 26 0 to accompany tho thou nomination 5 to e paid on acceptance of weights which acceptance must ba made by April 9 and U additional to start The Asso Assoc ¬ ciation caption to add an amount sufficient to make the value of tha than stake 2f l of which SI Do to the winner 350 to second 150 to third and tbo bo fourth to save his stake A winner of a race after publication of weights the total adver adverb ¬ tised tied value of which is i 000 or more to carry 5 Ibj Fib extra Ouo Ouzo mile mileTHE millet THE DEBUTANTE For twoyearold toehold fillies foals of 189S 55 to accompany the lipmiua eliminate tiou iou 50 additional to start Tha Thai Atsociation Association to add an amount sufficient to make the vaiue value of the stake 15ju o which litO litho to th wiuner winner 200 to second S100 to Ihiid Iii atd ad the fourth to save his stake Winners of a sweepstake tue true total advertised value of which is ljui Luis rmore more to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more such 7 Ibs Dibs extra Maidens allowed s Ibs Dibs If beaten three or more times 5 Ibs Dibs additional Four and onehalf Neal furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE KINDEEGAETEN KINDERGARTEN For twoyearold toehold colts and geldings foals of 159t 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to starr starry The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of tbe tube stake J150U of which l2uO to the winner 20J to second IOU to third and the fourth to save his stak stack VVinners Vintners of a sweep ¬ stakes the total advertiser value of which ia SI 000 or more to carry 3 Iba Ia of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more such 7 Ibs Dibs extra Maidens allowed 5 Ibs Dibs If beaten three or more times 5 Ibs Dibs additional Five furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE JTJNIOE CHAMPIONSHIP For twoyear twofer olds foals of 189 10 to accompany the nom ¬ ination inaction 55 additional to start The Associa Asocial ¬ tion ion to add an amount sufficient to make the value of thi thin stake 200 of which Slaou Sao to the winner 350 to second 1 U to third aud Maud the fourth to save his stake Winners of a sweep ¬ stake the total advertised value of which i 1000 or more to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more sweepstakes of any value 7 Ibs Dibs extra Maidens allowed 5 Ibs Dibs Maideus Maidens that have started in a sweepstake and have not been placed 5 Ibs Dibs additional Five and a half furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE MEMOEIAL MEMORIAL A handicap sweepstakes for alleges 3 B to accompany the nomination 51 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake l50ti of which 1200 to the wiuner winner 20J to second iOU to third and the fourth to save his stake Weights to be announced three days prior to the race Five and a half furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE CLUB MEMBBES MEMBERS HANDICAP A handi hand ¬ cap sweapstakes sweepstakes for threeyearolds and up ¬ ward Weights to be announced April 30 10 to accompany the nomination M on accept ¬ ance Vance rf weights which accoptacce acceptance must be mads maids by May 15 aud Maud 70 additional to ttart tart The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of tho thou stake 2500 of which 2000 to the winner 350 to sec nd 150 to third and hi fourth to save his f ake Jake A winner of a swepstakp sweepstake after publication of wnights nights the total advertised vaiue value of which is 1000 or more to c irry airy 3 Ibs Dibs of two such or one of the total advertised value of 2000 or more 5 Ibs Dibs penalty One mile and a quarter quarterTHE quarter THE BREWERS A handicap aweepstakss sweepstakes for twoyearoid towered foals of 1896 5 to 8co mpany many the nomination nO additional to start The association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 1500 of which 1200 to tin winner 200 tri second 101 to third and the fourth o save his state Weights to bo au nonuc nonce d three days prior to the race A winnpr winner of a hand cap after weights are announced to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEYA VALLEY selling sweep stakes for tnre tenure yearoids yearbooks aud Maud upward to accompany the nomination M additional to Ftqrt The Association to add au amount suf surf ¬ ficient incident to make the value of tho thou stake lr00 of which 2uO to the winner 200 to second 100 to third and the fourth to save his stake Those entered not to be sold to carry 7 Ibs Dibs extra those entered to bo sold for t000 to carry weight for age f or 000 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs 2 iba ia allowed for each 500 to 300 1 IB for each OOtoiOiO Otto then 1 Ib for each 100 to 7uO Siturters Stutters with selling price to be named through entry box by twelve oclock o'clock on the day prior to the race More than two can ba namod named by the same owner but only two can start but the starting fees must be paid for all named One mile mileTHE millet THE MEEAMEO ELEANOR A selling sweepstakes for threeyearolds and upward to accompany the nomination 0 additional to start Tha Thai Association to add an amount sufficient to mike the value of tbe tube stake t5uO of which l20J to the winner 200 to second aud Maud tOO to the third and the fourth to save his stake Those en ¬ tered termed not to be sold to carry 7 Ibs Dibs extra those entered to be sold for lJUU luau to carry weight for age foriUK for tllowad tallow 5 Ibs Dibs 2 Ibs Dibs allowed for each 5Dj to 2000 lib for each 200 to SOJ SO then lib for each 100 to5uO Winners of 1100 in 1898 not to b entered for less than 3000 Starters with soiling prica rica to be nam name d through entry box by 12 oclock o'clock the day prior to the race More than two can ba named y the same owner but only two can start but the starting f es must be paid for all named One mile mileTHE millet THE LAUREL A handicap sweepstakes for threeyearolds and upward 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of he stake 1500 f which 1200 to the winner 00 to second and 00 to third and the fourth to save his stake Wmghts Might to bo on nonnced nonce three days urior curio to the race A winner of R handicap after weights are announced to carry 5 pounds extra Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE MISSOUEI MISSOURI A sailing sweepstake for two yearolds earls toals totals of 1895 1 to accompany the nomination 5 additional to start The Asso Assoc ¬ ciation caption to add an amount sufficient to mako mao the value of tho thou stake 1 5X of which l 0 to toe winner iou to second 110 to third aud Maud the fourth t save his stake Those entered t be sold for J40il weight for age H Ibs Dibs allowed for esch esc 500 to 1500 I Ibfor Ibo each ICO CO less to 3 0 Winners of a stake of i100 to ba entered for not less than 210 Btaitsrs Baits with selling price to be naued mauled through entry box the day before the race More than two cin chin be named by the same ovner over but only two can start but the starting fes fees must be paid for all named tjix jinx farlongf furlong farlongfTHE furlong THE INDEPENDENCE A handicap sweepstake for tnreeyearoius treacherous and upward 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of tbe tube stake 1500 of which l2uO to the winner 20i to the second and 100 to the third and tho thou fourth to save his stake Weights to be announced three days prior to the race A winner of a handicap after weights are an ¬ nounced bounced to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra One mile aud Maud threesixteenth threes threesixteenthTHE THE MOUND CITY A selling sweepstakes for threeyear three olds and upward The Association to adi Audi an amount sufficient to make the value f the stake 1500 of which 2uO to the winner 200 to the second IUO IOU to tha than thud and the fourth to save his stake 5 to accompany the nomination 50 ad ¬ ditional diction to start 1UUO weight forage 3 Ibs Dibs allowance for each 500 less to 2000 1 Ib for each 10j less tol5U 2 Ibs Dibs for each 00 less to liiOO Clio Starters with selling price to be named through the entry box the day preceding the race M re than two can be named by the sum owner but only two can start but the starting fees must be paid for all nam name d One aud Maud oneeighth neigh miles milesTHE mildest THE GOLDEN BOD BOYD For threayearolds treacherous that have never won a stake of more than 1500 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to ajd ad an amount suffi sufi ¬ cient client to make the value of the stake 1500 of which 1200 to the wiuner winner iOO CIO to sacond second and 100 to the third and the fourth to save his stake 3000 weight for age 1 Ib for each 200 to 2uOO then 1 Ib for each 100 less to 5CO Winners of a stake after the closing of entries not to ba entered for loss thau tau 1500 Winners of two or more stakes after the closing of entries to carry their weight Starter0 with polling prices to bi named through the entry bx the day before the rac race More than two may bo namid amid by the same owner but only two can start but the starting fees must bo paid for all namoci Amoco Seven furlongs furlongsHE furlongs HE OZAEK OZARK 4 handicap for twoyear twofer old colts aud Maud geldings foals of 186 5 to accomp accompli my tho thou nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add nn amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 150 of which 1200 to the winner 200 to second 100 to third and tho thou fourth to save his stiko stick Weights to be announced three days before the race Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE ISABELLA For twoyearolds toeholds fillies foals of If 95 to accompany the nomination 50 additional tn stirt stir The Association to add an amount fcuffiti cuff ut to make the yalue yale of the stake 5m of t2uO to the winner 2CO to second U 0 to third and the onrth north to save his stake Winners of a sweepstikes sweepstakes of the advertised value of LIX0 to carry 3 Iba Ia of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of throe or more such or one or 1800 7 Ibs Dibs ex ¬ tra tram Horses not having won a sweepstakes of the value of 700 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs nonwinners nominees of three races of any value 9 Ibs Dibs two races 12 Ibs Dibs maidens 17 Ibs Dibs No horse which has ini mini curred cured any of the penalties shall be entitled to any of tha than allowances Five and a half furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE CHRYSANTHEMUM A handicap sweep ¬ stakes for twoyearolds toeholds foals of 196 i to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add n amount suffic suffice ¬ ient Lent to make the valne vane of the stake 1500 of which 1200 to the winner iOO CIO to second 100 to third Weights to be announced three days prior to the race One mile mileFised minefield Fised Fished Evnt Event St Louis Derby for 1899 1899ENTEIES ENTEIES ENTRIES CLO3E JANUARY 15 1893 THE ST Lours Ours DERBY FOE 1899 A swepp sweep stakes for threayearoids treacherous foal of 1893 25 each or only 10 if declared by January 1 1899 UiO Ui additional to start The Assoclation Association to add 3500 of which 3oO to s cjnd Cajon 150 to third and the fourth to save his stake Winners of a stake o 0 u in 1899 or one of 10000 in 1898 to cirry curry 3 Ibs Dibs pnalty penalty winners of a stake of IOliOO Olio or three or any value ia 1899 to carry 5 Ibs Dibs penalty Allowances Nonwinners Snowiness of two stakes of any value in lb9S 3 Ibs Dibs of ona Mona stake 7 Ibs Dibs nonwinners nominees of four races in 1899 10 Ibs Dibs three races 12 Ibs Dibs two races 15 Ibs Dibs one race 20 Ibs Dibs maidens i5 pounds Selling purse races not counted in figuring allowances No horse that has incurred cither of the penalties shall be entitled to any of the allowances and no horse which is not entitled to the tlrs Lars two al ¬ lowances loaners can claim any of the subsequent ones Allowances and penalties not cumulative One mile and a half ENTRY BLANKS WILL BE FORWARDED ON APPLICATION ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO ROBERT AULL ALL President Pair Grounds St Louis Mo TO BE ISSUED JANUARY i2th COPYRIGHTED American Sporting flanual faucal of 1898 1898A A HANDBOOK OF FIGURES BEYOND COMPARISON x EXPERTS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO IT George Siler Silver on Pugilism Tom Gallagher on Billiards F H Brunell Runnel and C C Riley on Racing Ed Sheridan on Baseball Louis Sass on football cycling and athletics athleticsAN athletics AN OFFICIAL COMPENDIUM OF RECORDS RECORDSRACINGTROTTING RACINGTROTTING PACING BICYCLING BILLIARDS BASEBALL ATHLETICS x X PUGILISM AND THE PUGILISTIC EVENTS OF 1897 1897APPrNG APPrNG Capping A TD BOOKMAKI BOOKMAKING a TABLES NEW FEATURES IN THESE LINES SUMMARIES BY EXPERTS ON EACH SUBJECT DISCUSSED EODITEX EDIE BY F H DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 126 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO ILL