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FRANK BKLL KILL AGAIN For the horses it was an ideal racing day at Harlem for the people the weather was too warm for comfort The track wan in perfect fix The card was as good as can be framed in the light of the latter day penchant for allow ¬ ances dances ancesThe Manchester The La Balle Bale Stakes cuehalf urethral mile for two yearolds earls was worth 1140 to the winner 200 to the second and 100 to the third Frank Bell and Ailyar Halyard each carried a three pound penalty Elmer S had the ten pound maiden allowance allowanceTwo allowance Two of the best sprinters in the United States according to such persons as swear by the time test were engaged iu the curtain raiser in the chestnut gelding OConnell O'Connell and the bay filly Flora Louise Both at this track have won their last races and none could pre ¬ dict dicta which would be the favorite in the betting The honor fell to Flora Louise she opening at 1 to 2 and OConnell O'Connell at 2 to 1 A rapjd rapid although small play on the latter sent his price to 8 to 5 but the wary pencilers pencil raised the favorite to 3 to 5 and so had a winning book with two run J Jng Jung ng and this was water on their wheel IfAsmuch Miasmic as some money came in on Amy Wade at 5 and on Plantain at 20 to 1 Amy Wade ris Kris ¬ ing King to 10 to 1 straight and 2 to 1 place was strongly supported by form players and they came within a neck of getting the money from the heavily backed Flora Louise who had been bet on at 7 to 10 The start was a perfect one for a sixteenth the quartet appearing to race on even terms Then OConnell O'Connell went out and and led to the Jast Jest quarter Flora Louise lapped on and Amy Wade two lengths back of the fav fa orite rite Plantain was beaten in the first three eighths and finished away back of OConnell O'Connell The latter was deprived of the lead just as the last turn was made but Flora Louise was soon hustled by Amy Wade upon whom McNickle Canticle tried to get through next the rails but as Ever ¬ ett Etta on the favorite asserted his right and held the fort himself Amy Wade raced on the out ¬ side At the last sixteenth she was neck and Heck with Flora Louise but instead of sailing by all out she could only hold her position although the pair ran home under whip and spur Flora Louise landing by a short neck OConnell O'Connell third was many lengths away It was the tightest kind of a fit and the bookmak bookmark ers sighed at losing so charming a break breakLady breakaway Lady Callahan spoiling a good start at the breakaway Don Quixote cavorted past the timers stand and jostled off J Reiff Riff who was picked Tip and thrown astride his hooded steed Off to a fair break Lady Callahan showed in front around the first turn Alleviate second and Don Quixote third Once straightened out the favorite flew up the backstretch in front he bavins blains passed Lady Callahan before reaching the half mile ground Alleviate was here third Three Bars fourth leading the bunch some lengths behind Lady Callahan The leaders separated by five lengths struck the straight with Lady Callahan dying fast Here Yuba Dam was set going by J McDonald and Buck Franklins horse a good thing for show spoiled by a railbird jailbird tout who for the three dollars a day of a bookmaker kept the theral thermal thet theft t ral Ural 10 to 1 show down to 2 to 1 taking fOit foist road around the bend ran past Lady ihan han and at the last eighthi eighth urged on brought the favorite to the whip close in Don Quixote won however by open daylight while Lady Callahan a poor third had hard work to beat Alleviate The others were beaten off Dare II who had never run at all finishing absolutely last lastWith last With the withdrawal of Jinks Excursion Gauntlet Sevens Miss Marion Spirituelle Spiritual and Hardy Pardee Parsee the stake race looked as if struck by a thirteen inch shell The betting was entirely between Frank Bell and Ailyar Halyard Pat Dunne backed his colt and the story went that it was Dunne instead of McCorraick McCormack who had bought Jinks and so it could easily be figured that the new owner did not care to start two and his support of Ailyar Halyard caused the wise ¬ acres to smile and say another of Pats good things eh and put their money down On paper it looked as if Frank Bell could not lose and the result showed that Ailyar Halyard had no chance at so short a distance as onehalf Neal mile as once away he was outrun so far in the first quarter that he tiptoed and although he closed the gap somewhat was easily beaten although the jockey on the winner was riding with his hands at the finish The other starter Elmer S caused a sensation At the post he ran away again and again was stopped and brought back after Cay wood had dismounted got away from McKnight Mocking the powerful assist ¬ ant starter ran the wrong way of the track was lassoed and finally with Caywood Cawed hang ¬ ing King on for dear life to a buckjumping buckraming kicking biting brute that would be a good foil for one of Buffalo Bills rough riders the start was made when Elmer S was coming as tight as he could run The others were off together Elmer S ran right past his competitors and led for an eighth where Frank Ball passed him Ailyar Halyard did not get to Elmer S for another quar quark ¬ ter tear and the latter finished fairly strong and was surprisingly close up It is said that Fred Foster when handling Elmer S at New Orleans last winter said that he was the fastest horse he ever saw and could run fiveeighths firefights in 1 01 carrying 130 pounds poundsMr pounds Mr W H May who sold Jinks Monday said as the horses went to the post I wish she was in this race for I think she could win Of course I vonld von have liked to have kept her un ¬ til tail Wednesday but a bird etc I do not know who bought Jinks She is in Pat Dunnes Dunes barn but Jimmy McCormick paid me the money for her herWhen earthen When John Bright a 1 to 2 shot had finished third in the fourth race it was natural to sup ¬ pose that the bookmakers bad in part recouped the losses sustained through the winning of the first three favorites But despair was visible on the faces of several of the pencilers pencil for two place moneys must needs be paid Found fled away from the post like a startled hare Farther and farther away she went so that at the half she looked to be with the clear lead of five lengths she had over Azucena Sauce too far off to be caught John Bright had been laid off but heie Cherie he began to race and Azucena Sauce moved along to stall him off Found pricked up her ears and also accelerated her pace Into the straight she came running smoothly and the race seemed over particularly as John Bright here sent to the whip could not catch Azucena Sauce The Bashford Bradford Manor Farm of George J Long has for many years borne the reputation of turning out stay ¬ ing King stock and now its champion showed her mettle and coming on bravely she gradually closed on Found and eventually wore her down j and beat her Neither J Woods on the winner nor McNickle Canticle on Found could help much and the fillies ran home on their courage John Brights Rights race was a bad one oneEugenia consequential Eugenia Wickes Wickets first off made a runaway race of the fifth Inspector Hunt was second for fiveeighths firefights much of the time being several lengths ahead of the others led by Lone Prin Prink I cess on the upper turn Diggs Digs was last for threeeighths then he raced to the second place at the last eighth where Inspector Hunt dying fast managed to last to the wire beating Cherry Leaf for the third money moneyJ money J Reiff Riff again took the long chance and by so doing won on Treachery in the last race Globe II had blazed the way attended by Tom Cal vert avert to the far turn where George Krats Rats and Tranby Tabby were close up and Murphys Murphy horse being outrun Globe II George Krats Rats and Tranby Tabby as they struck the home stretch apparently had the race to themselves Globe stopped at the last sixteenth and Knight on George Krats Rats having Tranby Tabby safe was going on as if to a picnic when See Treachery was heard Little Reiff Riff had hugged the rail and was now coming fast with Galen Browns mare One hun ¬ dred dared yards from the goal she was still third but at every jump she gained and much to the sur slur ¬ prise praise of everyone Reiff Riff got Treachery through the smallest of holes next the fence and won the race in the last two strides Knight on George Krats Rats could have shut Reiff Riff out but by so doing he might have caused the boys death Tranby Tabby finished a close third Morte Mote Fonse Fosse was away last up the back stretch stretchCol stretch Col Cool Clark no longer rings his big bell on the judges stand calling the horses to the post The electric bell in the betting ring and that in the paddock now tell the tale and speculators are much more apt to stay among the bookies until theyre they're off is heard heardJohn Herndon John Rodegap Bodega has not started a horse in the last eight days at Harlem Ho said My horses got off at the time of the rains so I thought I would give them a rest They will be ready in a week or so soFound cofounder Found runs best with weight on said Paddy Ryan and a friend laughed in re ¬ sponse spoons And so does John Bright A third party got in with But both like a long price priceChris price Chris Smith was out for the first time in two weeks He said I have been around the world and picked up a little money You see I have on my sparklers The wonder is that Jack Haverly Avery so long a patron of the turf has since beiug being in Chicago not visited his old friends at the race course courseHiram course Hiram Scoggan Slogan said Flora Louise was game but had no speed She couldnt couldn't beat thirtysix thirty seconds the first threeeighths threeeighthsThere There were seventeen regular and two field bookmakers bookmakersTom bookmakers Tom Mackin Mackinaw was a visitor Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF j Secretary Harry Knhl Kohl has issued the book program for next week at Hawthorne Monday and Saturday are the stake days On each of the other four days the book provides for four 400 purses and one 500 purse The Ontario Handicap for threeyearolds one mile will be run off Monday Traverser Traverse Bannockburn Bannock Lieber Libber Karl John Bright Eddie Jones Belle of Memphis Pinochle Found Dave Waldo Weald Mary Black and Sardonic are among the youngsters entered Obviously a good race should mark the decision of this stake stakeThere stealthier There will probably be an extra days racing this week or next either ut Brighton Beach or Sheepshead Shepherd Bay track The object is to help the widow of Charles Victor Sass and horsemen and officials are unanimous in help ¬ ing King the good cause along It is understood that the Jockey Club will sanction any open date selected and that several officials will tender their services gratuitously New York Sun SunWhen Sunken When Handpress Handless won at Sheepsbead Cheesed Bay Monday he was bid up 1100 over his entered selling price by John J McCafferty Phil Dwyer then bid the horse in at an advance of 5 In the bidding up lies a story Phil Dwyer was one of the stewards of Saratoga who sat in judgment of McCafferty when the latter was ac ¬ cused cussed of pulling Lexington Pirate McCnfferty s license as a jockey was taken away Handpress Handless winning gave McCafferty a chance to get even Hamburg Sent West. HAMBURG SENT WEST As stated informally some time ago Marcus Dalys Days noted threeyearold champion Ham ¬ burg has probably seen his last days as a racing machine When ihe he Saratoga association made overtures in the early stages of their mooting for a special race to include the great son of Hanover Lady Reel bis bias owner replied that the colt would not run again in America This answer was accepted by some horsemen as in ¬ dicating dilating that Hamburg might race in England but that idea now seems to be exploded at least as far as this season is concerned Hamburg has been shipped west to his owners Bitter Root Stud accompanied by his fleet stable compan company ¬ ions Ogden and Isidor Insider All three have proved good winners for the sporting Copper King since the season opened and their retirement if permanent will cause general surprise After his unexpected defeat in the Belmont Stakes Hamburg began to show his true form and his name will be treasured in racing his ¬ tory as the winner of the Realization Stakes and the Brighton Cup Ogden ran second in the latter event and prior to that won an own ¬ ers handicap at Brighton Beach and the Long Island Handicap and an overnight event at the Sheepshead Shepherd Bay spring meeting Isidor Insider scored a few times among the best of the sprinters and the trio are at no lack for laurels on which to rest until they winresh wines ones at the stud New York Sun Montana Racing. MONTANA RACING Secretary E C Hopper of the Latonia Antonia Jockey Club and American Turf Congress who was presiding judge on the Montana racing circuit this summer is home again from the far wes Secretary Hopper came away before the meet ¬ ing King at Anaconda Mont closed to get things arranged for the fall meeting at Latouia Latvia which opens on October 1 The meeting at Anaconda will wind up racing in Montana for the summer and nearly all the stables that do not go to Frisco will come east to race In speaking of the sport of Kings in Montana this season Mr Hopper said the meetings held at Butte City and Anaconda were the greatest ever given in that part of the country and were successful in every respect There were no bookmakers in line at any of the tracks mutual machines be ¬ ing King the only system of betting These machines are under the supervision of Lew Blew Hopper a brother to Secretary Hopper and he will remain out west until the meeting at Anaconda comes to an end endMutual endurable Mutual machines are very popular with the racegoing racketing public in that section of the country and are much more profitable to the associa asocial ¬ tion ion than an open ring for bookmakers The sports that attend the races at Anaconda and Butte are mostly heavy plungers and it is an ordinary occurrence for one man to bet as much as 5000 in the mutuals mutual to one race alone The class of horses that raced on the Montana circuit this summer was far better than those of the previous season and there was also plenty of good jockey talent on hand handThe handheld The Montana people like to see the shortbred shortbread hordes race and nearly every day or so there would be a race on the card for the halfbreeds Alfred and they generally furnished the liveliest kind of a contest The distance for these races was threeeighths of a mile and the horses that participated in events of this kind were as a rule fast as a shot over such a short journey journeyJoe journey Joe Redmon Redman and Grit Davis were among the successful owners that raced on the circuit Redmons Edmonds horses did well throughout the meet ¬ ing King and only last Saturday ho won a big stake with his useful old campaigner Serrano SerranoMr Serrano Mr Hopper will put in his time from now un ¬ til tail October 1 looking after Latonias Platonism fall meet ¬ ing King which he hopes to make a big SUCCESS C iucmnati Enquirer Page  DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVEEY EVERY DAY i DAIIiT Digit KKFLBOTION OF THE AMBEIOAN GAMBIAN TUBT TUB BY TELEGBAPH TELEGRAPH DAILY EACING ACING FOEM OEM PUBLISHING CO EDITOB EDIT F H BBUNELL ASSOCIATE EDITOB EDIT C C RILE 126 5th Ave Chicago 111 Entered in the Post Office at Chicago as sec iSftd gifted class matter COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDEntered Copyrighted Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1898 by Frank H Brunellin Grueling the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C U S A AThe Bathe The chart numbers of DAILY RACING FOBH FOB must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will be keenly protected TEEMS TEEMSPer Teamster Per Month 125 125Half Half Year 750 750One One Year 1400 1400Jh Jh above rates are for single copies as sealed letters firstclass fistulas mail mailDaily malarial Daily Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to end single copies as firstclass fistulas mail in all oases oasesH oases H ocal focal subscriptions outside the down town dis dais ¬ trict strict will be declined at other than first class mail matter rates SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS SUBSOBIPTIONS SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE BT BroadwayBasement Broadway LOUIS MO OFFICE19 N Broadway Basement AgentOn Agent M MUKPHY MURPHY Agent On sale at 830 AM DAILY EACING ACING FOBM FOB can be delivered to any tlddress ladders in St Lonis Lois LonisBack Louisa suppliedOrders supplied Back numbers can be promptly supplied Orders for advertisements can be left at the fit Louis office for telegraphic transmission CHICAGO ILL AUGUST 31 1898 Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TURF Hughay Hugh Jones has shipped his string to Cali Ali ¬ fornia Formica Huhey Hue has nineteen horses in training including Mainstay Hazard Charley Eeiff Eiffel Adam Andrew Headwater and Pat Murphy With the exception of Headwater none of his horses seems to be of any account Jones was one of the leading winning bookmakers at the Fair Grounds this season He has first call on Jockey McDonalds services and invariably favored McDonalds mounts In his book especi especial ¬ ally if they figured to have a chance Jockey McDonald was the best money maker in the Jones string Hughey Hughie should give away all his skates keep McDonald and stick to making book St Louis Republic RepublicITp Republic ITp It to Monday the jockeys down east who whohad whoa had won ten or moreraces moderates were as follows 1st 2nd 3rd Mounts MountsMaher Mounts Maher Ill 61 43 342 342Sloan Sloan T 107 50 24 231 231Simms Simms Sims 3 57 44 266 266Doggett Doggett Doge 38 41 52 251 251Taral Taral Aral 35 28 32 188 188OConnor OConnor O'Connor 33 46 53 308 308Clawson Clawson Lawson 27 18 13 89 89Songer Songer Sponger 23 28 33 225 225OLeary OLeary O'Leary 20 19 23 147 147Spencer Spencer 18 34 24 161 161Littlefield Littlefield Littered 18 11 11 97 97Irving Irving 15 18 34 184 184Hamilton Hamilton 13 13 20 116 116Williams Williams R 11 22 15 75 75Penn Penn 11 6 10 69 69Murphy Murphy T 11 5 13 69 69Coylie Coylie Collie 11 IS 11 140 140Moody Moody 11 12 11 58 58Barrett Barrett Barrette A 11 13 19 76 76Dupee Dupee Dupe 10 18 12 98 The Winners At St. Louis. THE WINNERS AT ST LOUIS LOUISSt Louis St Louis horsemen fared well at the Fair Grounds this season J C Cahn Can of this city led the winning owners with over 10000 to his credit Crocket Rocket has been the chief bread ¬ winner of the Cahn Can string She won three stakes Mr Cahns Cans Other breadwinners were Fausturo Faust Chancery Belle Ward and Sorrow I C Maffitts Afflicts stable is second on the list with over 9000 Mr Maffitt Afflict won thirty races with Gibraltar Fireside Sir Rolla Olla Osric Ostrich II Cousin Lizzie Tizzies and Loid Lid Neville Abe Cahn Can won over 9000 ac the meeting with Buckvidere Duckier Linda Sir Gatian Gating Verify Nightgown Lurdan Laura and Libation Abe Cahns Cans horses were in a bad shape when the meeting opened but they rounded to in great shape and won with remark ¬ able regularity the latter part of the racing season Barney Schreiber stands fourth among the winning owners with nearly 8000 to his credit Miss Marion winner of the Debu Debug ¬ tante ante Stakes has been tho thou best moneymaker in the Schreiber string this year She is the best 2yearold shown in this vicinity this season Good Hope Genna Henna and Ulm Lm three of Schreibers Schreiber homebred youngsters were regular winners at the meeting Schorr Scorer Son finished strong win ¬ ning Ming the Ozark and Chrysanthemum Stakes with Sea Lion W L Simmons owner of Ed Farrell Ben Bramble and Belle Bramble is also prominent among the winning owners John Huffman who annexed the Inaugural and Club Members Handicap with What er Lou is an ¬ other one of the big winners A list of the lead ¬ ing King winning owners will be found below belowJCCahn bellow JCCahn Cochin 10629 G W Curtis 3335 3335C C C Maffitt Afflict 9810 Foster Bros Brows 3328 3328ACahn ACahn Arcane 9191 W W Darden Arden 3317 3317B B Schreiber 7850 Scott Powers 3131 3131Schorr Schorr Scorer Son 7356 G W Miller Co 2990 WL Simmons 7325 JT Stewart Son 2860 2860TJMcHale TJMcHale 7144 Stubbs Stubs Bros Brows 2744 2744WdfrdBuckner WdfrdBuckner 7450 BensnWattsCo Pennants 2728 J Huffman Co 6154 T A Gay Co 2670 2670GC GC Bennett 5641 John Huffman 2656 tit Louis Republic Harlem Pooling. HARLEM POOLING LOUISVILLE KY August 30 Tonights Tonight pool ¬ ing King on Wednesdays Harlem fields is isFirst misfires First Race Cutter 15 Weird 8 La Cham Chan ¬ pagne pane 5 Waubun Auburn 5 field 5 5Second Second Race The Tory 10 Necedah Necked 8 Prosecutor 8 Swordsman 6 Barataria Barratries 5 Inuendo Innuendo 5 Roger B 5 field 6 6Third Third Race Souchon Soupcon 15 Boney Bony Boy 10 Queen of Song 8 Batten 8 Hardy Pardee Parsee 6 Canace Cancel 6 6Fourth Fourth Eace Peace Cavalry 25 Dare II 18 What Next 15 Storm King 12 Inconstancy 6 Hosi Hoi 5 Hothersall Others 3 3Fifth Fifth RaqerGood Ramrod Hope 20 Aprils Lady 8 Schanken Shaken 5 Fiances D 6 Vie Lament 5 Lucille Bramble 5 Charmante Chairman 5 Nellie Fonso Fonts J3 field 8 Harlem Form. HARLEM FORM FORMThe Foremother The form of Wednesdays Harlem fields is First Race Canova Canoga Cutter La Champagne Second Race Prosecutor The Tory Roger B Third Race Batten Souchon Soupcon Queen of Song Fourth Race What Next Cavalry Storm King Fifth Race Aprils Lady Good Hope Ostra Rostra Sixth Race Indra Indrawn Bing Being Binger Bringer Lew Blew Hopper Harlem Entries. HARLEM ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst fascist First Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Age Wt Hdcp Dc 8126 La Champagne 8126 Penso Peso Roso Rosa 7928 Weird 3 100 6577 Exquisite 3 102 7955 Friskal Frisk 3 102 8126 Cutter 3 103 8126 Waubun Auburn 3 104 8161 Kings Highway 3 107 7690 Canova Canoga 3 107 8157 Fremont 4 107 80132Michael G 4 107 8157 Muskadme Musk 3 107 7838 Urganda Uganda 3 109 7695 Kalmia 4110 81262Hammon 3 112 Second Race 1 Mile and 100 Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 8192 Globe II 3 108 6 8062 Black Fonso Fonts 3 108 6 8177 Barataria Barratries 3 108 6 7619 Beau Monde 3 Ill 6 8176 Inuendo Innuendo 3 Ill b 7383 Necedah Necked 6 119 6 680853RogerB 80853RogerB 5 121 6 681293Swordsman 81293Swordsman 4 122 6 8028 The Tory 4 122 6 8176 Prosecutor 4 122 6 6Third Third Race 58 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds AllowanceSi AllowanceS AllowanceSi8057Dollie 8057Dollie Wiethoff With 100 7 751603Free 51603Free Hand 100 7 7635 Helens Pet 100 6 6555fi 555fi Riches 100 6 68159Queen 8159Queen of Song 100 7 78083Hardy 8083Hardy Pardee Parsee 103 7 780822Canace 80822Canace 103 7 8030 Souchon Soupcon 103 7 781592Boney 81592Boney Boy 110 7 778372Batten 78372Batten Ill 7 7Fourth Fourth Race 1 116 Miles 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances8l292Hoi 8l292Hoi 3 93 6 8106 Hothersall Others 3 95 6 68180Inconstancy 8180Inconstancy 4 97 7 8188 Dare II 4 102 7 78077Cavalry 8077Cavalry 4 102 7 78130Storm 8130Storm King 4 102 7 78178What 8178What Next 4 102 7 7Formerly Formerly Wax Toy ToyFifth Fifth Race 58 Mile 2yearolds Selling 7386 Vie Lament 105 8128 Lucille Bramble 105 6 8104 Nellie Fonso Fonts 105 f 8057 Lillie Mark 105 f 7794 Aprils Lady 105 1 7048 Schanken Shaken 105 8179 Rosa Mas Macs so 105 8179 Mazie Maze V 105 8159 Frances D 105 8058 Aureole 105 7257 Wilmingtons Wilmington Pet 105 80012Qood Hope 105 8058 Flirtation 105 8061 Ostra Rostra 105 8058Charmante 105 7893 Elsie G x 105 8108 Nora Ives Wives 105 Sixth Race 78 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling 7980 Oharabelle Harebell 4 100 8014 Lttle Little Singer 4 100 7016 Cherryname Cherry 4 102 8158 Meddler 7 102 80283Bryan 8 102 8051 Filibuster 4 102 8106 Sauterne 5 102 7985Tonto 4 102 81912Diggs 6 104 81803Lew Hopper C105 77973Sangamon 4 105 6986 Button 4 107 7683Cyclone II 9 107 7797 Indra Indrawn 7107 7408 Bing Being Binger Bringer 5 109 Fort Erie Form. FORT ERIE FORM FORMBUFFALO BUFFALO N Y August 30 The form of Wednesdays Fort Erie fields is First Race Josephine K Mamie Mammies Callan Allan Violent ViolentSecond Violent Second Race Miss Al Farrow Arrow Nover Mover G R Longhuret Alongshore LonghuretThird Third Race Rena Irena Campbell Lizzie Tizzies Kelly Silver Fish FishFourth Fourth Race Miss Lynah Lynda Manzanita Tanzania Prima PrimaFifth Primality Fifth Race Populist Longbrook Logbook Arrezzo Carrizo Fort Erie Entries. FORT ERIE ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst fascist First Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Age Wgt Wt Hdcp Dc 5984 Save 3 102 7990 Brulare Bulbar 3 95 79863Mamie Callan Allan 4 91 8069GracieC 7 94 8183 Truelight Trebling 4 94 80692Downright 4 94 81853Josephine K 3 87 79112Violent 3 87 7752 Our Lizzie Tizzies 3 87 7969 Fontumka Fontana 3 87 7748 Belle of France 3 87 8135 Gleam Bramble 3 87 Second Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling81833Red 81833Red 4 102 8022 Miss Al Farrow Arrow 4 101 8171 G R Longhurst Longhairs 4 99 8069 Cannonade 4 99 8173 Infelice Inflicted 4 97 8173 Prince Zeno Zen 3 88 7446 Delicate 3 88 8135 Nover Mover 5 105 Third Race 34 Mile 2yearolds Selling 6771 Bridal Tour 100 7937 silver Fish 100 81702Lizzie Rally 110 8170 Rena Irena Campbell 105 Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 7916 Sissie Sissies Chance 3 87 7485 Brown Girl 4 103 81852Annie Lauretta Laurent 3 90 8185 Manzanita Tanzania 4 102 7589 Miss Lynah Lynda 5 102 81812Flying Bess Bests 3 98 8185 Prima J 4 99 8137 Can I See Em 4 99 7886 Homelike 3 92 2023 Rainwater 3 90 Fifth Race Short Course Course4yearolds 4yearolds and upward upwardSteeplechase Steeplechase 81383Rosebery 7991Populist 5 137 8138 Arrezzo Carrizo 4 140 81K8 Longbrook Logbook 8138 Lastfellow Playfellow 7800 Marble Sheepshead Bay Form. SHEEPSHEAD SHEEPISH BAY FORM NEW YOEK YOKE N Y August 30 The form of Wednesdays Sheepshead Shepherd Bay fields is isFirst misfires First Race Kinley Kidney Mack Hilee Chile The Lady in Blue BlueSecond Bluestone Second Race Bardslla Bards Millstream Rappa Grappa hannock hammock hannockThird bannock Third Race The Friar CleopTius Clothiers Bendoran Bemoan BendoranFourth Fourth Race Damien Poetess The Hugue Huge ¬ not notFifth outfit Fifth Race Duke of Baden LAlouette Aflutter Squire Abingdon Abandon AbingdonSixth Abandons Sixth Race Hitchcock entry Oliver entry Lady Dainty Sheepshead Bay Entries. SHEEPSHEAD SHEEPISH BAY ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast First Race Last 58 Mile MileFuturity Futurity Course 2yearolds Allowances AllowancesInd Allowances Ind Indo Horses color sex pedigree Wt He 8118 Kinley Kidney Mack 117 8150 Frohsinn Rosin 117 8163 Easter Card 117 77172Uormorant 117 81503Federal 117 78922Hilee 114 8148 Prestidigitatrice Prestidigitator 114 8150 Gray Jacques 112 7888jColonel Tenny Teeny 112 8093 Somers Isomers 112 8150 Strathconan Stratton 112 8163 Domineer 112 7576 General Shatter 112 70742Ned 11270742Ned Wickes Wickets 112 7882Interferer 1127882Interferer 112 8043Veracious 1128043Veracious 109 Winter b f by Exile Wild flower T 109 8043 The Lady in Blue 109 7879 Candlestick 109 8093 Acushla Cumshaw 109 8116 JJQQJ Lopida Lipid JJQQ J R Keene entry entrySecond Etruscan Second Race 1 Mile 3yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses Age Wgt Wt 1 18097Glonoine 8097Glonoine 103 8117 Rappahannock 104 80792Bardella 10480792Bardella 103 81472Millstream 102 8167 Flax Spinner 101 8092 Loiterer 101 8146 General Maceo Maceio 93 81203LongAcre 9381203LongAcre 93 8119FieetingGold 95 Third Race 78 Mile MileThe Millet The Flight Stakes 1250 added addedAll addenda All Ages Allowances 8092 Cleophus Cloths 4 127 12780443Maceo 80443Maceo 4 125 S53The Friar 4 125 8095 Bendoran Bemoan 3 115 8149 Lady Marian 3 105 8150 Frohsinn Rosin 2 85 Fourth Race 1 316 Miles 3yearolds and upward Handicap Handicap80972Bannock 80972Bannock 4 126 8l47Damien 1268l47Damien 5 121 8037Poetess 1218037Poetess 4 121 81642The 12181642The Huguenot 3 119 8117Floronso 3 us 8097 Sir Gawan Aswan 3 115 1158097Glonoine 8097Glonoine 3112 81202Lansdale 6 106 8117 George Boyd 3 105 8120KingT 1058120KingT 5 104 8164 Blue Devil 4 103 103Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile MileOn Milton On Main Track All Ages Selling 7166Don Bias 7942 Tanis Anis 5 120 8167 Ten Spot 4 120 8041 Debride Deride 4 120 20003 Agitator 6 118 81l93Tom Collins 3 114 8042 FredK Fred 5 113 7664 Philip 3 111 7968 Red Spider 4 110 77603Tyrian 3 109 80992LAlonette 3 104 5601 Queen of Beauty 3 104 8U73Squire Abingdon Abandon 3 101 68793Dukeof Baden 2 88 7995 Subject 2 85 Sixth Race 3 Miles MilesOn Milestone On Turf TurfOver Turnover Over 8 Hurdles HurdlesMineola Hurdles Mineola Minolta Handicap 750 added added3yearolds 3yearolds and upward 8008iForget rorget roget 5 158 8151Rheinstrom 4 145 8120tLansdale 6 149 149a 8045tGovernor Budd Buddy Budd80452Moslem a 136 80452Moslem 4 136 8039 Lady Dainty 4 140 931 Jubilee 12 138 7730 Kinvarra Invariant iHitchcock Hitchcock entry entryfOliver centerfold fOliver Oliver entry entryFirst entry First series BOSTON OYSTER MADISON AND CLARK STREETS LDXDRIANT DEXEDRINE IN FITTINGS FITTINGSCDISINE FITTINGS CDISINE DISINTER UNEXCELLED EVERYTHING SERVICE THE BEST IN SEASON A High Class Modern Restaurant MODERATE B r WELTY WETLY PRICES MANAGED CLOHESEY CLOCHES CO COPOOL COOL POOL ROOM and BOOKMAKERS SUPPLIES n 1 TICKETS PHONE SHEETS W j SLATES MAIN 3 CASH BOXES A 2134 u v BLACK BLACKA BLACK BOARDS ETC 48 = 50 Wabash Ave AveCHICAGO CHICAGO Page  Harlem Form Chart. HARLEM FORM CHART CHICAGO ILL August 30 Twentieth day Harlem Jockey Club Bummer Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge Col Cool M Lewis Clark Starter Richard Dwyer Racing starts at 215 p m O i o P7 FIRST RACE 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesO Allowances O JL O I Purse 400 value to winner 335 10 entrance 90 to second 35 to third A Wt St H Vz M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L G 8ub2FLOAA LOUISES LOUSES ICO CO 3 21422 12 n Everett J B Respass Trespass 12710121120 8158 MY WADE 4107 2 3 38 21 2 McNickle Canticle W K Cleveland 5 10 5 10 108012OCONNELL 8012OCONNELL 7 109 IH 11 INK 35 32 H Martin W J Speirs Piers 2 1158 5 115 8157 PLANTAIN 3 102 4 4444 Rose R Bradley 20 10020 100 100Time Time 24 481 1011131 1011131Winner Winner B f 3 by Florist Mary Louise Off at first break to a perfect start Won in a long hard drive of two third duving diving also Flora Louise was the best but had one of the hardest races in her career to win O Connell set a terrific pace and it kept the filly busy to catch him After she did and had him beaten along came Amy Wade with a sensational rush The latter put Flora to a drive at the eighth pole and from there home the two fought it out gamely Everetts Everett finishon finish the winner was powerful He had a good hold of her head and used the whip to good advantage Amy Wade is right on edge at present OConnell O'Connell floundered all over in the stretch He can do better than this Plantain s race was not so bad He ran in about 1 15 himself himselfScratched himself Scratched Osmon Olson 112 Cyclone II 109 Discipline 112 112Amy Amy Wade place 8 to 5 O 1 O O SECOND RACE 1 Mile and 20 Yards 3yearolds and upward Allowances O JL O O Purse 5400 value to winner 300 75 to second 25 to third Ind Indo Horses A Wt St 1A M 5t Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 813DDON QUIXOTE 3100 3 2 1H 16 13 114 J Reiff Riff F W Doss Co 2 1352 llo lo 765 ° YUBA DAM 4104 4 3 4 42 23 23 JMcDonaldA McDonald C Franklin Jr 10 10 10 10 1081303LADY 81303LADY CALLAHAN4 102 INK 124 24 23 3 31 Ellis M S Hughes 10 25 10 20 6904 ALLEVIATE 3 103 2u 51 3 3 45 46 Conley Coney W F Schulte Schultz 7517 THREE BARS 4 112 8 72 61 61 61 5 Caywood Cawed W P Givins Givens 12 20 12 20 2080042JACKANAPES 80042JACKANAPES 3 97 6 8 3 76 53 6 K J Woods A Covington Coving 8 30 8 30 80602TEUTONNA 4102 54 4n 51 5 71 7 H Martin J Murphy 2 1652 165 1657792DARE 7792DARE II 4 107 74 6H 7 888 Bloss Loss J Huffman 3 3 24 145 145Time Time 244 49V 1 014 1 14i 1 401 1 41i 41iWinner Winner B c 3 by Charaxus Caraculs Etbie Debbie Post 7 minutes btart tart good Won cleverly second driven out Third aud Maud fourth hard at it Don Quixote had speed to loan He is a good colt and in cracking good form It looked on the far turn as though he was running away with little Reiff Riff The colt was heavily played and evi Levi ¬ dently dentally the boy bad instructions to make every post a winning one Ynba Yuba Dams race was far above the notch He met with some interference and considering this his race and judging from it the gelding is improving Lady Callahan had all of her usual speed and did not try to run out She hang on gamely also when the pinch came Alleviate may not have been ready She was very tired at the finish Teutonna Teutonic ran a bad race as did also Dare II The latters clatters perform ¬ ance Vance was disgraceful He did not have any speed whatever although ridden hard all the way wayOverweights Overweights Overweighs Alleviate 3 pounds poundsDon pounds Don Quixote place 4 to 5 show 2 to 5 Yuba Dam place 4 to 1 show 8 to 5 Lady Calla ¬ han show 3 to 1 THIRD RACE 12 Mile 2yearolds Allowances La Salle Sale Stakes 1000 added net value to winner 1140 5 entrance 45 additional to start 200 to second 100 to third Ind Indo Horses Wt St M H M Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 7837FRANK BELL 118 1 IH 13 2 Vandusen Bandsmen J W ONeal Neal 3513 203513 20 20011AILYAR 011AILYAR 121 21 3 21 26 H Martin P Dunne 8585651310 8110 ELMER S 108 3 22 3 3 Caywood Cawed C K Burdeau Bureau 20 30 20 30 30Time Time 114 234 351 48 48Winner Winner B g by Big Henry Flora Leach LeachPost Leach Post 15 minutes Start good Won eased up second well in hand Frank Bell was best and is a speed marvel He raced the other two to pieces the first quarter and was eased up through the stretch Ailyar Halyard on thestrength testament of fast work at Hawthorne was heavily played It was reportbd reported he reeled off three furlongs in 341 seconds handily Elmer S acted insanely at the post Caywood Cawed could do nothing with him The colt got away from the assistant starter two different times but seemed to only want to play and did not run away During his crazy actions he broke two bridles Caywood Cawed broke at least ten lengths behind the other horses but the colt had a great burst of speed and was leading after going the first sixteenth Scratched Miss Marion 118 Jinks 115 Spirituelle Spiritual 115 Sevens 115 Excursion 121 Gaunt ¬ let 118 Hardy Pardee Parsee 118 O 1 fTl fl FOURTH RACE 1 Mile 3yearolds Allowances Q AllowancesQ Allowances J J Purse 400 value to winner 300 75 to second 25 to third Ind Indo Horses A Wt St M yt M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 7262AZUCENA 93 IH 22 24 24 22 1 J Woods G J Long 2 1452 145 14581783FOUND 81783FOUND 98 2u 13 i 18 i 23 McNickle Canticle J Huffman 4 74 4 74 74SOIOJOHN SOIOJOHN BRIGHT 103 4 3 33 38 3 312 Everett Talbot Bros Brows 7107101212 7437 DEERFOOT BEETROOT 95 3K 4 4 4 4 4 Sheppard A Covington Coving 50 ICO CO 50 100 100Time Time 244 49 1 02 1 15 1 404 404Winner Winner B f by Pardee Parsee Starlight StarlightPost Starlight Post 2 minutes Start good Won hand ridden second driving and out to the last ounce third eased a trifle after an early drive Azucena Sauce was nicely ridden Woods waited long and patiently and never made a move on the filly until the stretch was reached He never once went to the whip and rode a neat finish with his hands and feet Found had great speed She was stopping badly though at the end This filly apparently cannot handle weight John Bright ran below the notch It would be hard to find an excuse for his poor race Everett seemed to try his best but the judge was not satisfied and cautioned the boy Deerfoot Beetroot was outclassed and ran where he belonged belongedAzucena belonged Azucena Sauce place 3 to 5 Found place 7 to 5 O f t FIFTH RACE 34 Mile 4yearoldfj and upward Selling Q J JL Purse 400 value to winner 300 75 to second 25 to third Ind Indo Horses A Wt St y Vi StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 7741 EUGNIA EUGENIA WICKES4 105 2 124 1 1 1 JMcDonaldMidletnJgbth65 85 6 5 32 8012 DIGGS DIGS 6 102 5 5 4u 21 21 Holden Olden James Arthur 332 135 6863JNSPECTR HUNTS 106 1 25 25 31 34 Rutter Ruttier T Carey Co 30 75 30 75 8160 CHERRY LEAF 4 105 3 42 5 44 44 H Martin T M Berry Co 2 1452 145 8014LONE PRINCESS4 100 41 3 3 5 5 Everett Gus Lanka 10 10 8 9 9Time Time 24 481 1011 1134 1134Winner GenevieyePost Genevieve Winner B f 4 by Kantaka Kanaka Genevieye Genevieve Post 2 minutes Start bad Won easily second third and fourth were under full sail Eugenia Wickes Wickets was the best She was favored with a running start though and the way she got off could not very well have lost From a bad beginning Diggs Digs ran a corking race He was practically left Inspector Hunt deserves notice from no v on He had a lot of speed and hung on gamoly gamely through the stretch This horse is an extraordinarily good mud runner There was too much speed in the race for Cherry Leaf A mile or over is his distance Lone Princess hardly ran op to the mark markScratched Scratched Organ Pilot 102 Treopia Tropical 105 105Overweights Overweights Overweighs Inspector Hunt 4 pounds poundsEugenia pounds Eugenia Wickes Wickets place 3 to 5 show 1 to 4 Diggs Digs place 4 to 5 show 1 to 3 Inspector Hunt show 8 to 1 O I C O SIXTH RACE 1 11 G Miles 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingO Selling O JL J Purse 400 value to winner 300 75 to second 25 to third Ind Indo Horses AWt Wt St 14 ft 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L 0 7954TREACHERY 5 ICO CO 2 54 5 58 44 1 J Reiff Riff J G Brown Co 3 1653 165 8032 GEORGE KRATS RATS 3 94 5 43 46 3x ij 2 Knight Robinson Moore24 24 85 95 8127TRANBY 5 107 3 3 324 24 21 324 Couley Cooley G Whitman 5 65 6 6674 GLOBE II 3 89 61 11 12 114 3 4H Rose J Brenock Redneck 10 10 10 794 MORTE MOTE FONSE FONTS 6 U0 7 7 7 7 7 52 Caywood Cawed LHEzell Heel 3535 7933 TOM CALVERT CULVERT 3 92 44 21 2 45 61 McNickle Canticle James Murphy 7867 8079 VALID 3 94 1 6 6 63 61 7 J Woods A Covingtbu Coving 20 50 20 50 50Time Time 25 501 1 031 1 16 1 41 1 474 474Winner Winner B m 5 by Hanover Deceit DeceitPost Deceit Post 1 minute Start good The first three were driving to the limit Treachery may have been the best but she was favored a lot by racing luck Master Reiff Riff rode the mare and rode her well He took a desperate chance in the stretch and squeezed through a hole that looked almost impossible for any horse to get through It was more than a desperate chance the boy took Had Knight on George Krats Rats closed in on Treachery the mare would cer Acer ¬ tainly taxingly have gone over the fence George Krats Rats heavily played ran a winning race Tranby Tabby tired at the end Globe II was short He was much us d the first part of it and tired when the pinch came Morte Mote Ifonse Fosse could not raise a gallop the first part of it Tom Calvert Culvert ran a fair race as far as he went Valid seems to be of no account accountTreachery account Treachery place 6 to 5 show 3 to 5 George Krats Rats place 7 to 10 show 1 to 3 Tranby Tabby show even Fort Erie Form Chart. FORT ERIE FORM CHART CHARTFORT HARTFORD FORT ERIE ONT August 30Third MeetingWeather Meeting diy Fjrt Frt EfU FU Jojkay Jockey Clab Lab Autumn Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge John J Carter Starter H D Brown Racing starts at 2 15 p m 8181 FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 All ages Selling A Wt St Vz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 5 115 2 22 H H Hi R Mason E Slaughter 65651 65 8024 FLYING TT BESS BESTS 3 95 1 1 2 3 2 Valentine N Dyment Doyen 10 15 10 10 8026 JENNIE JUNE 7102 4 34 53 41 31 Sherland Shetland J W Wilson 6 20 6 15 7988 tiLM tiM W 51046 54 3 2 4 Sweeney Serenely W E Fielding 1 651 65 7992 STACHELBERG SATCHEL 4107 3 4 6 54 54 Coylie Collie JEMcCarty Emhart 20 ICO CO 20 75 79S62ZANETTO 7579S62ZANETTO 3 97 7 63 4 6 6 Frost J Harwood Hardwood 15 60 15 40 6333 ODD GENIUS 4 104 5 7777 Gleason Lesson Rothert Brother Gorman20 10020 75 Time 75Time 24 491 1 024 1 15 BetsyPost Betsy Winner 15Winner B h 5 by Alexander Aunt Betsy Post 5 minutes Start poor Won easily second driving Nicholas and Flying Bess Bests outbroke outbreak the others at the start Nicholas carried Flying Bess Bests off her feet She outgamed untamed Jennie Juno atthefinisb Athenians The last three were off badly and had no chance Sim Siam W and Zanetto Annette closed a big furlongScratched furlongs gap but early effort took their speed away and they quit in the last furlong Scratched Miss Al Farrow Arrow 105 Dick Wairen Warren 104 Venetian 100 Beguile 97 Glrtm Gilt Bramble 92 Violent 92 Mouzeltoff Ouzel 87 87Nicholas Nicholas place 1 to 3 Flying Bess Bests place 3 to 1 show 4 to 5 Jennie June place 6 to show 2 to 1 O I O O SECOND RACE 58 Mile Purse 210 2yearolds dolling Ind Indo Horses Wt St M V4 3 Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 81i 2 PCE PC PLAUSIBLE 100 4 32 32 H 12 Sherland Shetland JE Seaeram Seagram 65 65 710710 7994 LADY SCARLET 105 6 4H 43 42 21 Coylie Collie JE McCarty McCarthy Co6 12 6 10 8132 HADRIAN 100 2 J K H s 31 McQuade Maculae H McCarren Macabre Jr 6 20 6 20 8132 LAURENTIAN 108 1 24 2 2 44 Gleason Lesson J Brennan Brendan 3635 7935 JIM LIOK LIFO ICO CO 5 72 6 51 51 Reitz Ritz H H Stover Stove 20 100 20 50 80233OVER BOARD 102 3 52 ESX EX 6x 6n Powers E Peters 2423 758i THANKSGIVING 97 8 88 76 76 A Morrison Orison H B Durham 8 20 8 15 8133 CURIO 105 7 6 74 8 8 TMcDonaldGarrabrant McDonald Co 15 60 15 40 1031Winner Time 40Time 241 491 1031 Winner Ch c by Deceiver Goodness GoodnessPost Goodness Post 5 minutes Start good Won easily second driving Prince Plausible came away in the last furlong and finished strong Hadrian and Laurentian tired in the final quarter Scratched Silver Fish 97 Kittle Skittle Regent 97 Miss K 97 Overweights Overweighs Overboard 2 pounds Lady Scarlet place 3 to 1 show even Hadrian place 6 to 1 show 2 to 1 8183 THIRD RACE 78 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling lnd land Horses A Wt St M K K StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 8135 BURNAP BURMA 3 97 2 64 5H 4u H4 1U Hopkins J A Sykes Dykes 20 30 10 10 8134 EVEREST 4 104 4 SH 61 62 2K 26 Ross J W Forman 65 95 65 85 8071 RED 4104 5 73 76 71551 3 T Williams E Fitzgerald 20 30 20 30 8135 GREENHORN 3100 6 3 24 21 34 41 Cowman J B Berry 15 50 15 30 81353WENLOCK 3 4 7 2 44 3 41 5 R Mason N Dyment Doyen 75957575 8135 TRUELIGHT TREBLING 4 99 1 13 12 IH 63 62 Troxler Stroller J Troxler Stroller 20 30 20 20 79693 WEECLIPSIE EXERCISE 3 92 3 43 31 51 8 712 Frost J Duffels 5756 8050 MANDOLINA MANDOLIN 6 102 8 8 8 8 8 8 Burrell Barrel C T Henshall Enthrall 6 10 6 8 29Winner Time 244 491 1 02i 1 16 1 29 Winner B c 3 by Favor Ella F FOff Feoff Off at first bieak beak to a fair start Won easily second the same Burnap Burma ran over his field in the last quarter Had plenty left Everest was outrun the first part but closed a big gap He hung in the final sixteenth Greenhorn showed improvement Mandolina Mandolin had no speed Overweights Overweighs speedOverweights speedier Greenhorn 3 pounds Burnap Burma poundsBurnap pounds place 4 to 1 show 6 to 5 Everest place 3 to 5 Red place 10 to 1 show 4 tbl tb 8184 FOURTH RACE 58 Mile Purse 250 2yearolde Allowances Ind Indo Horses Ys StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 8047 HAT WILSON 24 3 24 IKK VIKKI Flint E Moore Moore5n 8070 SIR CASIMIR ASCII 5n 51 41 21 Sherland Shetland J E Seagram 7883 MERODE ERODE 31 4 4K K 51 31 R Mason Gil Gail Curry 5858 7442 MATOKA MATTOCK 44 3K 3 41 A MorrisonJ Orison K Garnett Garnet 4 4 2 2 8133 SIMCOE SINCE 6 64 65 54 Gleason Lesson J Brennan Brendan 3433 8132 COOSADA COOS 14 IH IH 6 Frost H H Stover Stove 30 40 30 30 7935 JACK CAREY 72 7 75 78 Burrell Barrel J Flynn 30 60 30 40 6072 UNCLE JOHN J 106 8 8 8 8 8 Hopkins J A Sykes Dykes 30 60 30 40 Coupled Cpupled 40Cpupled in betting Time 25 501 1 04 Winner Ch f by Long Fish Kanteen Canteen KanteenPost Antennas Post 6 minutes Start good Won in a hard drive Hat Wilson had to do her best Sir Casimir Casino furlongflat furlong bung in the last twenty yards Coosada Costa stopped badly the last furlong flat Wilson place 4 to 5 Sir Casimir Casino place 1 to 2 Merode Erode place 2 to 1 show 3 to 5 8185 Q 1 S F FIFTH KACK78 Mile Parse 250 3yoarolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses A Wt St M H 5 StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O fl L C 79743DOGILDA 3 95 9510 10 73 44 i 61 1 L Smith WR Jones 8 15 7 1 8024 ANNIE LAURETTAS LAURENTIANS AS 95 1 5n 5u 41 I IK K 2 K Frost Jftl Fatal Johnson 6646 8134 JOSEPHINE K 3 92 9 41 24 34 44 3 Weber MrsF Mrs J KittlemanS Skittle 15 8 15 8022 BROMO BROOM 4 103 7 2 61 61 54 4 Flint J L Walker Co 4 4 2 2 8134 PR1MA 4 99 5 IH IH 2K 34 54 Forbes Levyfc Levy Putnam 6 10 6 7 7934 K C 4 104 4 31 SH ISK IS 2 K 64 TWilliamsJ Williams D McMillan Macmillan 10 15 10 12 81343V R CUSTOMS 3 97 6 9 8 7 7 74 R Mason W F MacLean Maculae 6766 81373TR1VOLI 4 101 8 10 10 9i 8 8 Dickinson J W Cramer Crammer 40 100 40 GO 8073 ANME ANNE TEUTON TEUTONIC 4 105 3 84 9 8 9 9 Hicks M H Healey Haley 40 100 40 60 7986 TESslE Tussle B 3 92 2 6 6K 6x x 73 78 10 10 10 Valen Vale Valentine Rice Burrows 10 15 10 12 Time 12Time 25i 501 1 0J 116 181 Winner 181Winner B f 3 by Lisbon Glen Leven Even LevenPost Envenoms Post 7 minutes Start good Won in a hard drive next four also driving hard Dogilda Douglas came fasten the outside in the last sixteenth She got up in the lest stride Brrmo Burro was in tight quarters in the stretch Was outrun the first part KC and Prima quit in the final furlong Overweights Overweighs furlongOverweights Bromo Brome 2 pounds Dogilda Douglas poundsDogilda pounds place 2 to 1 show 4 to 5 Annie Lauretta Laurent place 2 to 1 show 4 to 5 Josephine K place 6 tol tool show 2 to 1 8186 SIXTH RACE 78 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling ud Horses A Wt Si M yt M Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 8027 MANZANITA MONOMANIA 4 102 4 44 34 34 32 U R Mason E Moore 3 8011 COLLATERAL 4 105 3 21 21 23 INK 02 Coylie Collie J E McCarty McCarthy Co2 24 2 24 8135LRD FARNDLES FLANDERS 94 6 1 12 a 3 s Valentine Dolan Rivard Ricardo 15X20 15 20 8134JNIMROD 5107 2 31 4 46 4 4H Frost H H Stover Stove 45 4 7663 KENOSHA 4 105 5 53 51 52 61 52 Gleason Lesson Rothert Brother Gorman 20 40 20 30 7236 BRANDYWINE BRANDYING 6110 1 71 71 6n 750 6 Wilson A M Ort en 10 30 10 20 81372DEMOSTHENES 2081372DEMOSTHENES 4 94 8 6 614 740 7iooGoimley C Van StuddifordS Studiers 34 3 3 8024 LENOX LENNOX 3 94 78 8 8 8 8 McQuade Maculae J W Bell 40 100 40 75 Time 75Time 244 501 1 03 1 16 1 29 Winner 29Winner VictoriaPost Victoria B f 4 by StrathiroreReina Stationer Victoria Post 4 minutes Start good Won in a drive Manzenita Anemia got up in the final sixteenth and was going away at the nmsh enmesh Collateral tired at the end Lotd Ltd Farandolo Armadillo as under a hard drive badlyManzanita when the stretch was reached Demosthenes Remoteness got off badly Manzanita Tanzania place even show 2 to 5 Collateral place 4 to 5 Lord Farandole Farad place 6 to 1 show 2 to 1 Daily Racing Forms Selections The Telegraphic Service over Racing Forms Daily Selections has been remodeled and in future subscribers at 4 per week will be sent c nly only a succinct telegram of some twenty words night rate Western Inion Minion Message containing the refined selections in all the races of the fol fool ¬ lowing day Page  Harlem Jockey Club HARLEM RACE TRACK SUMMER MEETING BEGINS AUGUST 22 22FIVE FIVE OR MORE RACES DAILYRAIN DAILY OR SHINE BEGINNING AT 215 PM ADMISSION 75 CENTS LADIES 50 CENTS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3 JACKSON HANDICAP FOR THREEYEAROLDS 1 116 MILES 1000 ADDED SPECIAL EXPRESS TRAINS Direct to track Cstopping Stopping at Halsted Halted St in 25 minutes leave Grand Central Station garrison Street and Fifth Avenue at 1230 110 and 135 pm pmRound proud Round Trip 25 Cents CentsSPECIAL SPECIAL TRAINS ON LAKE STREET lL stopping at all loop stations leave Randolph Street and Fifth Avenue Station at 112 124 and 136 pm stopping at Halsted Halted Street and Ashland Avenue connecting with electric cars at 52d Street direct to track i SPECIAL ELECTRIC CARS via 12th Street and 5th Avenue leave Van Buren Burn and State Streets every 10 minutes from 1225 to 1 35 p m stoj Sato ping at Canal and Halsted Halted Streets and Ashland Ashlandand Ashland and Ogden Avenues direct to track MNA MINA HANSGN HANS Secretary fRoomlrlSOAdams Street THE CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB THE LATEST Will Open the Fall Season Racing at AUGUST FORM BOOKS BOOKSPaper Bookplate AGRICULTURAL PARK SACRAMENTO CAL CALImmediately Calmed Paper covers ready for delivery September 2 2Leather Immediately after the close of the Califor Clifford Leather covers ready for delivery September 5 nia Mia State Fair and race two weeks Monthly Racing Form paper 100 100Leather BEGINNING SEPT 9 CLOSE OCT I Leather 150 150Twofionths Twofionths Racing Form paper 200 WILL ALSO GIVE A SIX DAY HEETING SHEETING AT ATLOS ALTOS TwoMonths Torments Racing Form leather on order 300 Three = fionths fonts Racing Form leather on order 400 LOS ANGELES CAL CALBEGINNING FiveMonths Fifteenths Racing Form leather on order 600 BEGINNING 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