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CHARLES W MEYEK BE C 2 BY ESHEK ULTIMATUM CHART ES TT METER When the Gaston Hotel States was decided at Memphis April 3 there was an immediate sensation in boreedom Owners trainers non professionals and ecribes united in declaring the winner Charles W Meyer one of the great ¬ est twoyearolds ever seed in this country one probably destined to unheard of achievements in the racing line A few days later he was the central figure of another sensation when it was widely reported that he had been poisoned why or how no one could tell Later it developed that a careless employee had left a bucket filled with frosh lime in his stall Impelled by a lusty appetite the young giant had plunged his nose into the bucket with the result of hav ¬ ing his nostrils mouth and throat badly burned by the acridbiting stuff This affected him so that it was quite a time before he could be raced again and it is an open question as to whether he has fully recovered now frcm the shock then suffered sufferedIn In the Gaston Hotel Stakes all carrying 118 pounds he met Brannigan Jordan Abe Frank Bed Hook H L Coleman Lou Woods and Ealoma coupled with H L Coleman he was the pcet favorite at 9 to 5 Abe Frank being second choice at 11 to 5 Brannigan set the pace to midway of the homestretch where Charles W Meyer overhauled him and drawing away won by a good length with Brannigan second two lengths before Jordan Abo Frank was an indiff ¬ erent fourth and did not run up to his private work It was a case of not being entirely fit as his subsequent running demonstrated The half mile was tun in 50 eeconde which is fast time for the Memphis track trackThe The colt was not started again until May 25 in the Kindergarten Stakes at Bt Louis where with 121 pounds up he met Trio 115 Ealoma 118 3he Four Hncdred 110 and Lee Nutter 108 Over such an indifferent opposition he was bound to be a hot favorite and going to the poet at 2 to 5 he forged into tbe lead EOOU after the etart and stayicg there without the sem ¬ blance of a strorg effort won with all ease by two lengths with Trio second and Ealoma third He was kept in EtLcuis in the expecta ¬ tion of winning the Junior Championship Stakes decided May 8 but on this occasion he failed diemally The track was heavy and it may be that the Schorr colt cannot run well in mud although in this racehe led to the stretch The starters were Nyelh 113 McnteEimyar 115 Charles W Meyer 123 and Flora Pomona 118 Charles W Meyer was at 1 to 6 in the bet ¬ ting He was first away and vtas first all tbe way around into the stretch but only by a nar ¬ row matgin and when into the stretch Wyeth literally ran away from him and won off by him ¬ self by five lengths while Monte Himyar out ¬ stayed him and beat him for second money by a narrow margin This was a surprising down fall indeed for a supposed invincible and it was said that the colt was short because rain bad prevented his beicg worked sufficiently The time for the six furlongs was 1 20 20With With considerable of the gloss worn from his reputation Charles W Meyer was now brought to Chicago and started in the Graduate Stakes at Harlem June 18 Only four started Abe Frank 123 Ed Austin 118 Arian 105 carried 1061 land Charles W Meyer 123 and they fin ¬ ished in that order Aba Frank was first by a half lengtbfrom his stable comrade Ed Austin with Arian third two lengths away Charles W Meyer got away second but made no showing of value and was plainly short and was eased up when clearly beaten It was a fast run race the flve fnrlongs being covered in 1 00 There was no betting at Harlem that day which was a good thing for the followers of the Schorr stable He showed something of the form that made such an impression at Memphis when he started in the Quickstep Stakes at Washington Park July 6 Abe Frank was an easy winner but Charles W Meyer finished with a fino burst of speed and was second nosing Ed Austin out in the final stride and defeating such other good ones as Jack Battlin Memnon Sister Jeanie Wainamoinen and Autumn Leaves His sensa ¬ tional defeat by Pentecost in tho Maywood Stakes is too recent to require recapitulation Racing Over At Newport. RACING OVER AT NEWPORT NEWPORTAlthough Although entries had closed the day previous I there was no racing at Newport yesterday and it was announced that there will be no more at that track until some date not named in Oc ¬ tober Tho immediate cause for the cessation of racing was beyond doubt the failure to ob ¬ tain consent from the other organiza ¬ tions associated with Newport to the estab ¬ lishment of the iniquity called a foreign book but why the determination to close so suddenly without notice to the owners who have supported the track was arrived at is a mystery Racing at Newport is a losing busi ¬ ness on tho face of things and why it has been carried on so long under adverse circumstances is another puzzle The flattening out was so sudden that a number of owners of indifferent racers must find themselves stranded high and dry with St Louis offering the nearest by relief Use Of The Whip. USE OF THE WHIP Over at St Louis a few days ago Gil Curry while watching the efforts of some of the jock ¬ eys riding at that track was moved to deliver some remarks concerning tbe use and misuse of tho whip that are worth considering He said saidIt It is really a pity that some of these boys do not learn how to draw a whip before using it They all go for it in a terrible rush draw it as a beset soldier draws a sword as if their life depended on getting it out qnckly Then they throw themselves ovetin the left stirrup swing ¬ ing all the weight on that side and throwing the horse out of bis stride bring their hands high down Then come down smartly timingthe blow to tbe stride and putting sticg and snap into the crack with the wrist Do not try to put in too many licks Time them nicely Put them in with zip You never saw a good boxer a good baseball batter or a good hitter of any kind that drew back quickly just before hitting out Draw ¬ ing back quickly destroys balance time and distance Eeep the body still while whipping see that the faot are evenly disposed in the stirrups then use the arm and wrist There will be just as much force in the blow Then always let your horse know you are going to whip before you take your hands off the reinc If he is a swerver he will start then and you can hold him Most of the swerving under the whip is done in the first few licks Hold your left baud well down and tight Then fan him instead of belaboring him Do not turn half around in the saddle to whip Indeed the only part of tho body that should change position during a drive isthe right forearm In all other j CONTINUED OK SECOND PAQB over their heads and as far back as possible and come down with all their might This brings them back into the right stirrup with a bang and pulls the horse out of his stride again Just to find out how much this switching of wtights from one side to tho other hurts a horse run past a friend as fast at you can and let him just nip your coat with finger and thumb as yon go by He will about throw you down So yon will find out how much this swinging hurts a horse driven all out I have not yet spoken of letting the horses head go which is the most important part of it and the hardest to avoid doing It takes a great rider to hold his horse as well with one hand as with two But if the boys would only draw the whip and use it right they would help themselves a lot lotThe The way to draw a whip is to have it always ready Go to the bat in time and do not be in a rush getting it up If yon take it up too quick and too high your arm will throw yon off your balance Take it up slowly and do not raise the hand higher than the shoulder Eoep the elbow USE OF THE WHIP Continued from First Page respects it should remain just as it was when handriding handridingIt It may seem to the inexperienced that great big swings of the whip helped along by the weight of the body hurt more but I assure yon neat swift wrist raps well delivered will have aiore effectual propulsive power What would you think of a trottinghorse driver that swung around in his sulkey and threw the whip back onlil it touched the tracV and then came for ward with it for dear life Why hed ba railed off for pulling Yet that is just what many jockeys do every day Of course they aro boys and you cannot expect mens work from boys Miss Bennett Again. MISS BENNETT AGAIN AGAINMiss Miss Bennett was the bright particular star of yesterdays offerings at Washington Part the speedy filly repeating her victory of July 9th although the time was threefifths of a sec ¬ ond slower At the weights she appeared to hold her field safe in the fine fettle she is in nt present and justified this belief Anna Bain attempted to live with her for a spell but long before the stretch had been reached she drew away frcm her as if she was tied The Bush under punishment made a bold bid to close on her in the final eighth but she never faltered winning all out by a length and a half with the May colt five in front of Gonfalon The last named ran a dull race his speed probably hav ¬ ing been taken away from him in some degree by his long race of July 10th Anna Bain run into exhaustion by Miss Bennett quit badJy in the final run in inHeadwater Headwater took the days opener in rather a handy fashion He was easily tha best at the weights After Buffering Van Hoorebeke to run in the lead for tho first half Enight shot the Jones gelding past him as if he was tied and the race thereafter was never in doubt Beauty Book was easily tho best of tbe others and ran a pretty fair race all told It seemed as if Eva Bice had a chance at the head of the stretch ¬ out she faltered at the last eighth poet and was thoroughly tired by the time tbe lino bad been reached besides having been slightly cut Bri ¬ gade could not concede tho weight nor was J Martin strong enough to do him justice He was never in the hunt at any stage of the race raceJulia Julia Junkin took the fainthearted Mabel Winn into camp in the second race when the latter appeared all over an easy winner Mabel Winn started out with a big advantage and ap ¬ parently running well within herself had a lead of nearly two lengths a furlong out but the Brown filly gradually closed on her catching her in the last fifty yards and boating her out easily by two lengths with the Reppaes filly two lengths in front of Ernest Parham There was a long delay at the post caused by the enbstitu ting of J Martin for Davisson on Eentucky Muddle who ran into the outside rail in one of the breakaways and injured the letters leg legBrownie Brownie Anderson with a feather on her back beat out Bennetts Laureate in the fifth race in a drive after leading frcm tbe first quarter She won by a length with Laureate one in front of Alaska who ran a fine race from a bad send off and would probably have won with any kind of racing luck luckThe The last race of the day was taken by Her ¬ mann Caseins good colt Bed Tip who led from start to finish Janbert and Doreen closed on tbe celt when a furlong out but Enigbt never let up on him and under an energetic ride held hie advantage to the end winning by one length with Doreon a neck in the lead of Jaubert who was tiring at the end endFor For an off day the sport was very good al ¬ though the attendance was not up to the stand ¬ ard owing to the mediocre attractions attractionsFor For this afternoon a grand card is provided with the Young Handicap as the central attrac ¬ tion A magnificent field of fourteen of the best bor sea at the track are named to start and thfr only thing to regret is that Sam Hildrothe era ck Waring is not in the list of acceptances Three American Derby winners and a Futurity winner are down to start in what is sure to be a fiercely contested and thrilling race If the fourteen that have accepted weights go to the post the race will be worth 5825 to the winner a sum well worth coveting by any owner ownerThe The other races are well filled and with good horses all through The opening scramble for CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE MIS3 BENNETT AGAIN Qonlinuad from Firs Page twoyearolds has Charles W Meyer Memnon Helen Print and Ro3ewar among those carded to go Vulcain Montanic Maud Gonne Ser ¬ rano and Money Muss aro among the sprinters In the second race and fonr cracks are in the flf tU race where Mr Brown Caviar The Lady and Jim Inez ara to meet at weights that prom ¬ ise a smashing good race All round the pros poet is for a day of rarely good racing Page  The American Turf Congress. THE HMERIOTN TURr CONGRESS CONGRESSPBBBIDENT PBBBIDENT JAMES HOWAED Chicago 111 VIOEPBEBIDENT BoBEBiAuLL St Louis Mo BECBETABY E C HOPPEE 513 Madison ATO ATOCovington Covington Ky ASSISTANT SECBETABY JOHN DILLON 513 513Madison Madison Ave Covington Ey TBBABUBEB E S LEE Covington Ky American Turf Congress Members. AMERICAN TUBF CONGRESS MEMBERS New Louisville Jockey Clnb of Louisville Ky Latonia Jockey Clnb of Covington Ky St Louis Jockey Clnb of St Louis Mo Tennessee Breeders Association of Nashville NashvilleTenn Tenn TennNew New Memphis Jockey Club of Memphis Tenn Arkansas Jockey Clnb of Little Bock Ark New Louisiana Jockey Club of New Orleans OrleansLa La LaQueen Queen City Jockey Clnb of Newport Ky Washington Park Club of Chicago 111 Highland Park Club of Detroit Mich Harlem Jockey Clnb of Chicago 111 Chicago Jockey Club of Chicago 111 Western Turf Association of San Francisco FranciscoCal Cal CalCommittee Committee on Appeals AppealsE E F CLAY Paris Ky KyROBERT ROBERT AULL St Louis Mo MoGEOBQE GEOBQE J LONG Louisville Ky KyCommittee Committee on Licenses LicensesJOB JOB A MUEPHY St Louis Fair Associa ¬ tion St Louis Mo JOHN F MOBSE Chicago 111 CHABLES F PEICE Louisville Ky KyCommittee Committee on Bales BalesJOB JOB A MUBPHY St Louis Fair Associa ¬ tion St Louis Mo L P TABLTON Frankfort Ky E C HOFPEB Covington Ky Tennessee Breeders Association. TENNESSEE BBEEDEBS ASSOCIATION PiEBiDENT GEOBGE CAMPBELL BBOWN BBOWNBBOBETABY BBOBETABY AND TBEABOEEB J W BUBSWUBTiI BUBSWUBTiINashville Nashville Tenn TennEXECUTIVE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE A H Bobinson chair ¬ man May Overton Andrew Marshall St. Louis Fair Association. ST LOUIS FAIB ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT C A TILLES VIOEPBEBIDENT VALLE REYBUEN BBCBBTABY JOSEPH A MUEPHY TBHABDBEB W A LOOKWOOD LOOKWOODBOABD BOABD OF DIBECTOES C A Tilles Louis A Colla Samuel Adler P J Cella L Arado Cyrus Adler F Miner Valle Beybnrn Joseph Martin and Charles Green GreenFair Fair Grounds St Louis Mo Arkansas Jockey Club. ARKANSAS JOCKEY CLUB BBOBBTABY JOSEPH E MABTIN MABTINLittle Little Bock Ark Western Turf Association. WESTERN TUBF ASSOCIATION IDKNT W J MABTIN VIOBPBEBIDENT CHAS F GABDNEB BICBBTABY F H GBEBN GBEBNParlor Parlor A Palace Hotel San Francisco Cal Highland Park Jockey Club. HIGHLAND PARK JOCKEY CLUB PBBSIDBNT GEOBGE M HENDBIE VICBPKESIDENT JOHN W PBIOK THBAflUBKB GEOBGE M HENDBIB BBOBBTABY WALTEB 0 PABHEB PABHEBDetroit Detroit Mich MichXZBOUTITB XZBOUTITB COMMITTEE George M Hendrie John W Price Walter O Partner Chicago Jockey Club. CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUB PBBfllDENT RlOHABD FlTZGEEALD FlTZGEEALDBTABTEB BTABTEB J J HOLTMAN BBOMTABY W B LETOHEB LETOHEBBoom Boom 403 Monadnock Bldg Chicago HI Washington Park Club. WASHINGTON PARK CLUB PBEBIDENT LAWBENCE A YODNG VIOEPBEBIDENT WATSON J FEEBY BEOBETABY AND TBEABDBEB JAMES HOWAED HOWAED61st 61st and South Park Avenue BOABD OF DIBECTOES Lawrence A Young YoungWatson Watson J Ferry FerryWilliam William L Phelps PhelpsJohn John F Morse MorseLorin Lorin C Collins Jr JrHenry Henry L Wheeler WheelerJames James Howard Queen City Jockey Club. QUEEN CITY JOCKEY CLUB Wilders Newport Ky KyPBEBIDENT PBEBIDENT B W NELSON VIOEPBESIDENT H E QUEEN GENERAL MANAGES F F FOWLEB BEOBETABY BOGEB SULLIVAN SULLIVANYork York and Sonthgata Streets Newport Ky TBEASUESB FBANK P HELM DIBEOTOBS B W Nelson Frank P Helm HelmHenry Henry E Queen George C Bennett Boger BogerSullivan Sullivan New Memphis Jockey Club. NEW MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB PBESIDENT B B MONTGOMERY FIBST VIOEPBEBIDENT F G JONES SECOND VIOEPBESIDBNT NAPOLEON HILL THIRD VIOEPBEBIDENT B B SNOWDEN FOUBTH VIOEPBESIDBNT JAMES H BEES TBEABUBEB JOHN M PETEEB SECRETARY M N MAOFABLAN MAOFABLANBoom Boom No 2 Cotton Exchange Building EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE S T Carnea George GeorgeArnold Arnold C C Cowan Dr Kennedy Jones 8 8B B Montgomery exofficio New Louisville Jockey Club. NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB PBESIDENT W F SOHULTE VIOEPBESIDENT W E APPLEGATE TBEABUBEB CHABLES BOLLINGEB SECBETABY D F DBESBEN Acting Secretary CourierJournal Building Louisville Ky Harlem Jockey Club. HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB PRESIDING JUDGE COL A W HAMILTON BTABTEB BIOHABD DWYEB BEOBETABY M NATHANSON NATHANSONBoom Boom 1 130 Adams Street Chicago 111 Latonia Jockey Club. LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB PBESIDENT JOHN C SHERLOCK BEOBETABY EDWARD C HOPPBB 235 Court Avenue Covington Ky Decisions On Appeals. DECISIONS ON APPEALS The Committee on Appeals has rendered the 3 following decisions J Dyment indefinitely suspended by Crescent t City Jockey Clnb appeal not made in time timeM M Coughlin ruled off by Oakley Jockey Club reinstatement refused refusedT T K Welker ruled off by Queen City Jockey reinstated T H Cook ruled off by Pacific Coast Jockey f Clnb reinstatement refused refusedMorrison Morrison vs McGuigan reopening of case re ¬ fused Wood Hoffman VB New Memphis Jockey r Clnb referred back to New Memphis Jockey 7 Club ClubThe The entry of the mare Hardly was refused by f the Chicago Jockey Clnb The committee de ¬ cided that such refusal affects her only on that t track and that she is in good standing else ¬ where whereJ J H Smith vs Washington Park Club action of club affirmed E C HOPPBB Secretary COVINGTON KY March 27 1901 The Crescent City Jockey Club advises me of the following rulings Jockeys T Pines V Porter A Eggerson W Williams ruled off offOwner Owner W Foreman ruled off offTrainer Trainer M Cady ruled off offHorse Horse Lizzie Kelly ruled off offJockey Jockey Q Vancamp suspended indefinitely indefinitelyJockeys Jockeys M Clancy and F Lawless denied privilege of track E C Hopper Secretary COVINGTON KY January 30 1901 1901The The Crescent City Jockey Club advibes me of the following rulings Trainer W Hurley suspended indefinitely indefinitelyJockey Jockey J May suspended indefinitely from all turf privileges for inconsistent iding idingJockey Jockey W Dean denied the privilege of track trackHorse Horse Parker Bruce entry refused until properly conditioned conditionedHorse Horse Turney entry refused refusedHorse Horse Apple Jack entry refused also entries of Buckner Welker or BJStewart will be refused in the future futureThe The bay gelding four years old by Bramble Lady Wayward named Sly Shy formerly La Fondre having been allowed to start through misrepresentation as to his ever having started before and whicn has subsequently been proven to be a violation of Rule No 23 and is ruled off the turf E C HOPPEE Secretary COVINGTON KY January 22 1901 Below is a complete list of the rulings of th Harlem Jockey Club now in force Euled off Owners F C Bradbury L H Bell Thomas B Cornwall A G Morwin George C Goodell Jockeys Jesse Everett J Flynn C Grimes John Kenney Valet and tout Edward Leigh LeighIndefinitely Indefinitely suspended Trainers C C Me Cafferty Fred Smith Wm H Snarley Wm Whalen Jockeys J Horton A Jackson P Me Anliffe Nostrand and Bnssell BnssellHorses Horses entry suspended Silver Coin Tnlane Monk Wayman WaymanDenial Denial of privilege to enter horses W B Baker Co J S OBrien OBrienE E C HOPPEB Secretary COVINGTON KY Jan 23 1901 1901The The Committee on Appeals affirmed the deci ¬ sion of the Harlem Jockey against J 8 OBrien except as to the 30 entrance retained said sum is ordered returned to OBrien The rest of the ruling fining him etc stands standsThe The horse Loves Labor suspended on No ¬ vember 3 1900 by the Latonia Jockey Club has been reinstated E C HOPPEB Secretary COVINGTON November 27 1900 The Committee on Appeals has just handed in the following decisions B F Meyers ruled off by Chicago Bacing Association was rein ¬ stated together with the following horses viz Tusculum Filibuster Obstinate Simon Get about and Immense ImmenseL L Kavanaugh ruled off by the St Louis Jockey Club was reinstated together with the horse Apple Jack JackThe The petitions for reinstatement of jockey John Davis and Claude Bnrlingamo were denied appeals not having been taken in time E C HOPPEE Secretary COVINGTON KY November 20 1900 The Committee on Appeals has handed in the following opinions W C Fessenden and J H Smith protest against paying Highland Parks forfeits Protest overruled Hugh McCarren protested two purses run at Fort Erie on the grounds that the jockey had no license Pro test overruled on grounds that Fort Erie is not a member E C HOPPEB Secretary COVINGTON Ky November 15S 1900 Please publish the following rulings Jockey i Bowe suspended indefinitely by Latonia J Jockey Clnb Horse Loves Labor suspended i indefinitely by Latonia Jockey Clnb B Flarity owner expelled by District Agricultural Asso ¬ ciation of Marysville Cal E Boss suspended by Queen City Jockey Clnb has been reinstated E C HOPPEB Secretary COVINGTON October 17 1900 The Queen City Jockey ClubH advises mefrf t the following ruling Jockey E Boss indefi ¬ i nitely suspended for a suspicions ride on Q H Whitney E C HOPPEB Secretary 1511900The COVINGTON KY October 1511900 The St Louis Fair Association advises me of the following rulings Buled off Jockey H Springer SpringerOrdered Ordered from track Jockeys C J Mclntyre Thomas McKinney T Williams WilliamsIndefinitely Indefinitely suspended A Morrison MorrisonBuled Buled off Trainers W E Wood John Hen ¬ derson John Doyle Mike Kavanagh KavanaghEuled Euled off Owners W W Van Zant J Gard ner William Howell Frank Hogan F Lindsay W Leonards LeonardsOrdered Ordered from track R E Maddox MaddoxThe The following horses have been ruled off Myrtle Van ch m 6 by Faustus Morning Dew Enchant b g 3 by Carnegie Alice Haw ¬ thorne Chanter b c 2 by Carnegie Banana W T Kern per chi g 4 by Newcastle War Mantle and Senator Sullivan SullivanE E C HOPPEB Secretary I COVINGTON KY October 10 1900 The Chicago Jockey Clnb has advised mo of the following rulings Jockey C Kuhn sus ¬ pended indefinitely jockey J T Woods sus ¬ pended until January 1 1901 Steeplechase jockey T Casey suspended indefinitely steeple ¬ chase jockey L OBrien suspended indefinitely E C HOPPEB Secretary COVINGTON KY October 2 1900 In the case of E D Morse vs Washington Park Clnb the Committee on Appeals decided that the appeal was not taken in time and therefore the case has no standing before the committee E C HOPPER Secretary COVINGTON Ky Sept 8 1900 1900The The Chicago Jockey Clnb has advised me of the following ruling of the judges of that club Jockey P Gallagher suspended Indefinately and recommend to the license committee that his license as trainer and jockey be revoked revokedThey They have also ordered that the future entry of the horse Passe Partout be refused at Haw ¬ thorne E C HOPPEE Secretary Racing Dates Of 1901. BACING DATES OF 1901 1901Newport Newport Ky April 6 May 21 Washington Park Chicago Jnne 22 July 21 21Hawthorne Hawthorne Chicago July 22 August S SHarlem Harlem Chicago Augusts 17 17Hawthorne Hawthorne Chicago Angusfc19 31 31Harlem Harlem Chicago September 2 If IfHawthorne Hawthorne Chicago September 1 October B Harlem Chicago October 26 The "Ruled Off" List. THE RULED OFF LIST LATONIA JOCKEY CLUB CLUBWilliam William Brannon for connection with Polk Badget ringing case caseCINCINNATI CINCINNATI JOCKEY CLUB CLUBM M Coughlin owner and trainer ruled off C A Bichcreek trainer indefinitely ex ¬ pended Baldnr ch g by Punster Coots ruledoff ruledoffDETROIT DETROIT JOCKEY OLUB OLUBJ J M Cooper alias Bozeman BozemanCBESCENT CBESCENT CITY JOCKEY OLUB OLUBC C Combs jockey suspended indefinitely from all privileges Page  Dang Racing Form ISSUED BVEBY DAY American Turf Congress Record RecordOFFICIAL OFFICIAL ORGAN OF OFTHE THE AMERICAN TUBF CONGRESS Western JocKsy Glul Bulletin BulletinOFFICIAL OFFICIAL OEGAN OF OFTHE THE WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB SaSsrud in tho Pest Office at Chicago as second claes matter RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO A Daily Reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph 124126 Fifth Avenue Chicago Illinois KDITOE AND PBOPBIKTOB F H BKDNELL BKDNELLASSOOIATB ASSOOIATB EDITOR CLINTON C BILET BILETSEOEETABY SEOEETABY MRS F H BEUNELL COPYRIGHTED at d according to Act of Congress in tha of the Librarian of Congresn at Washing ¬ ton D C U 8 A The chart and index numbers and track form of DAILY RACING FORM must not be nsed They ara copyrighted daily and will bo keenly protected SUBSCRIPTIONS MDST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SINGLE COPY 5 CEKTS TEEMS TEEMSP P r Month S 125 125Half Half Year 750 750One One Year 1400 1400iia iia above rates are for single copies as sealed sealedloiters loiters firstclass mail Dally Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to tosand sand single conies as firstclass mail in all allcases cases jLocnl Bubecrlptlona outsiao ibo down town towndistrict district will be declined at other than flrst flrstolass olass mail matter rates 3T LOUIS MO OFFICE 19 N BROADWAY BROADWAYBasement Basement M Murphy Agent AgentOn On Sale at 8 30 am DAILY RACING FORM can be delivered to any anyaddress address in St Louis Back numbers can be promptly supplied Orders for advertisements can bo left at the St StLouis Louis office for telegraphic transmission Delmar Park Form. DELMAR PARK FORM ST LODIB Mo July 12 The form of Satur ¬ days Delmar Park fields ia First Race Pirates Daughter Irving Mayor Sir Philip Sidney SidneySecond Second Race Ethyleno Kaffir Gallagher GallagherThird Third Bace Mound City Lomond La Mas oota ootaFourth Fourth Bace MilwankeeEarly Bird Sylvian SylvianFifth Fifth Race Blink Varro Oudenarde Sixth Bace Bummer Vicie Vance General Magrnder MagrnderSeventh Seventh Race Grantor Sue Johnson La Do airons Delmar Park Entries. DELMAR PARK ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastfirst first Race 1 Mile and J5O Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horees ARS W Hdcp 26329 Sir Philip Sidney 5 107 715 24716 LeoPar 4 102 705 26550 Harry Pulliam 3 97 710 710266413Irving 266413Irving Mayor 3 94 720 26550 Pirates Daughter 3 92 725 26361 Frenchie 3 92 700 700Second Second Race 58 Mile 2yearolds Allowances Allowances26643Gallagher 26643Gallagher 111 715 715266432Ethylene 266432Ethylene 108 725 725265082Kaflir 265082Kaflir 100 720 26643 Potheen 100 710 26359 Miss Dora 97 715 26532 Irosuta 97 705 705Third Third Kace G 13 JETurlonRS JETurlonRS4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 26606 Water Crest 6 114 700 26598 Lomond 4 112 720 26389 Do Blaise 5 111 710 26550 C P Jones 5 Ill 705 705265513Mound 265513Mound City 6 Ill 725 26448 Elsie Barnes 7 109 715 26414 JimBreeza 4 109 695 26682 Thisbe 4 109 700 26507 Whitmore 4 109 695 695265073La 265073La Mnscota 8 109 715 26200 Doralice 5 107 705 705266S02Nance 266S02Nance ONeil 4 107 710 710Fourth Fourth Race 1 Mile and 20 Yards 4yearolds and upward Allowances 26642 Milwaukee 7 107 725 26606 Tom Gilmore 4 105 700 26646 Meddlesome 5 104 710 710265332Early 265332Early Bird 6 104 720 26555 Harrie Floyd 7 102 705 705266423Sylvian 266423Sylvian 4 100 715 715Fiftli Fiftli Kaco 1 Mile and 7O Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesThe The Meramec Stakes Value 1500 26391 Pinochle 6 108 710 26644 Varro 3 103 720 7202668l2Aurea 2668l2Aurea 4 103 70 70266443Blink 266443Blink 3 103 725 72526554Oodenarde 26554Oodenarde 3 98 715 26681 Guide Rock 6 98 700 267172 Belle Simpson 4 95 710 26716 A DGibson 3 95 715 26717 Tea Gown 3 90 705 705McCay McCay Co entry entryMxtb Mxtb Race 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances266453Qeneral 266453Qeneral Magruder 7 Ill 715 715266452Rummor 266452Rummor 5 107 725 2665 Peaceful 4 106 715 71526596Tom 26596Tom Collins 6 104 705 26554 Skillmnn 6 104 710 71026645Vicie 26645Vicie Vance 7 99 720 720Seventh Seventh Race 78 Mile 3yearolds and upward Balling 266092 Peter Dnryea 4 114 710 710264192Qrantor 264192Qrantor 5 109 725 26603 Hungarian 5 107 715 26616 Sardly 6 107 705 26556 Sn9 Johnson 4 103 720 720tiiss tiiss Cooney b f by byEasy Easy BQV Zulekah 4 103 26S463La Desirous 3 96 715 Washington Park Form. WASHINGTON PARK JTORM Tho form of Saturdays Washington Park fields is isFirst First Race Memnon Charles W Meyer Flora Pomona PomonaSecond Second Race Montanic Talpa Vnlcain VnlcainThird Third Race Pink Coat Sidney Lucas Ad ¬ vance Guard GuardFourth Fourth Raca Nettie Begent E celsis Jos Collins CollinsFifth Fifth Bace The Lady Caviar Jiminez JiminezSixth Sixth Race Egyptian Prince Hard Knot Scotch Plaid Washington Park Entries. WASHINGTON PARK ENTRIES Probabilities Waathar clear track fast irirst Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs2yoarolda 2yoarolda Allowances Ind Horsts Age Wi Hdep Hdep266612Charles 266612Charles W Meyer 117 715 266032 Flora Pomona 112 710 710266033South 266033South Trimble 110 710 26629 Old Hutch 110 690 690266602Rosewar 266602Rosewar 107 660 66026629Memnon 26629Memnon 107 725 26603 Bfnlfln Print 107 700 Second Bace 34 Mile MileAll All ages Allowances Allowances26600Vulcain 26600Vulcain 4 122 237022Lennep 6 112 266323 Montanic 4 113 213633Serrano 7 109 26599 Maud Gonne 3 108 266633King Dellis 4 107 17660 Constellator 4 104 26RG3 Money Muss 3 103 26601 Admonition 3 98 26603 Talpa 2 74 Third Race 1 31G Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward The Young Handicap 5000 added 26540 Advance Guard 4 125 26631 Sidney Lucas 4 120 26662 Pink Coat 6 120 266012Robert VVaddell 3 114 265713Favonius 5 112 265712John Bright 6 Ill 26540 Vesnvian 4 111 265732The Conqueror II 4 110 26484 Martimas 5 110 266013Terminus 3 107 26633Btar Chamber 4 105 266313 The Unknown 4 104 266622 Rolling Boer 3 96 26662 Wild Pirate 3 91 Fourth Race 1 11G Miles 3yearolds and upward Selling 26659 Banish 5 106 26569 Excelsis 5 106 26659 Miss Soak 5 104 266022Nettie Regent 4 102 26659 Nanson 4 101 26569 Harry Preston 5 101 26348 Annie Oldfield 6 99 26602 Adelante 3 97 26530 Joo Collins 3 91 26348 Hylo 3 89 Fifth Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances26571Mr 26571Mr Brown 4 110 26194Caviar 4110 266322The Lady 4 105 26601Jiminez 3 100 Stxth RacP 1 11 G Miles 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling265432Hard 265432Hard Knot 5 109 261972FJannt 4 107 26602Captain Gaines 4 107 695 20803 Mid wood 4 107 665 266042Scotch 665266042Scotch Plaid 6 106 700 26569Egyptian 70026569Egyptian Prince 3 95 725 26893 Gawaine 3 91 690 MILLERS HANDICAP HANDICAPWE WE HAVE TWO TWOTodayLong TodayLong ShotToday ShotTodayThat That will ba overlooked in the betting for they are both winners and should be the favorites instead of at long odds Our sheet delivered any ¬ where in Chicago before noon Telephone 3719 THREE TO SIX WINNERS EVERT BAY BAYYESTERDAYBROWNIE YESTERDAYBROWNIE ANDERSON 201 201And And fonr othsr winners at good prices Below is a list of the LONG SHOTS given our clients at tho present meeting not mentioning all those winners that we gave that wra only nt medium prices and place horses Evelyn Byrd 121 Jiminez 81 The Rush 151 Egyptian Prince 151 Red Tip 251 Rossfame 41 Crocket 101 Hans Wagner 101 Moses 41 Mnresca 231 Malay 81 Fantasy 81 Sam Fnllen51 Edu ¬ cate 81 Ohnet 41 Evelyn Byrd 61 Barrack 61 Scotch Plaid 151 Hylo 41 San Andres 151 Tayon 41 Pink Coat 51 South Breeze 31 Maud Gonne 61 Jaub rtlQl W JDeboe 81 Pirates Queen 201 Fancy Wood 41 Leo Newell 71 San Andres 81 Monarka 301 Barrack 201 Federal 51 Isia 8 1 1AMERICAN AMERICAN HORSEMENS AGENCY AGENCYSuite Suite 516 167 Dearborn St Telephone 8719 STABLE BOY LEO NEWELL PLAGE YESTERDAY YESTERDAYWE WE DO NO GUE33ING GUE33INGTWO TWO GRAEiD SPECIALS TODAY TODAYFor For sale at southcast and northwest cor ¬ ners of Madison and Clark Sts southwest corner of Madison and LaStille Sts north ¬ east corner of Randolph St and Michigan Ave and main entrance Washington Park memnon LadyAre Today The Lady Are good things at any odds I also hava soecial information on sivaral others that will win easily at good odds I aim to giva special information on one or two daily as spacials other selections handicapped as an accommodation My yesterdays spjcial spjcialErnest Ernest Pariiam Ran 3rd Even Money Show ShowWill Will redsern mysilf today All purchasers can exchange same fran for todays Special sliest ready or wired at 11 am For benefit of thos who cannot call Ht office shiet will ba ou sale at Saratoga and Morrison Hotels cigir stand also at cigar store 124 Washington St and main track gate I will ba at watermelon stand as usual 100 DALLY DALLYEX EX JOCKEY VIC BRITTON BRITTON8t 8t Louis Most Successful Handicanpar ROOM G10 22C DEARBORN STREET IsaHorse Hence WATCH THIS SPOT SPOTBROWNIE BROWNIE ANDERSON 301 WIN LAUREATE 201 2ND FLAW FLAWHeadwater Headwater Mahal Winn placa Julia Junkin 23 Impromptu 23 Doraai plac Scurry Alibart Chappaqua Rosawar 201 placs Pjafjcsst 20 1 placj Rolling 8 nr 631 plass rink Coit nsw made raca Seide win 41 Iriaii zi 201 23 Paoltdy naaociae Viatsr win a pips Vincannes Chorna Boy Carvsra 21 Prine of ililb3araa2l Tinja Sister Sirah Lady of the West WestTODAY TODAY SATURDAY AS ADVERTISED ONE ONEOdds Odds 10 to 20 to I WIN RAIN OR SHINE Besides Four at Odds from Even Money to 3 or 5 to I One In New York AT WASHINGTON PARK TODAY ONE OF THEM WILL BE A LIKELY 10 TO I SHOT THAT WILL WIN OFF BY HIMSELF ALSO THREE ROYAL GOOD THINGS ATSST LOUIS LOUISS LOUISw w S Headwater Miss Bennett Leo Newell NewellThis This is the kind of information that is bound to gat tho money Wa hava not had a single lonu day at tho mooting and do not iqtand to hava oae Good information combined with axpart handicapping is a hard combination to biat Ramimiir no gtnss work goaj with us We are never shooting at the moon trying to maka a do at 100 to 1 but a gDod race horaa SVe employ anoxpartthat is at the track at daybreak ovary morning timing evary horsa that works and always know when tha good ones are oat f jr the cuin If you miss U3 to lay yon miaa Ids oppor ¬ tunity of the year Remember wa never misrepresent hava proof of our ability and ara wall known all ovar the country 1 150C 50C DAILY 30O WEEKLY WIRED AT 1O AM AMThe The American Handicappers Reynolds Co 72 119 Dearborn St StNOTE NOTE We are in no way conuactod with any handicap sheet issued outside of Chicago RAGE TRACK INFORMATION BUREAU BUREAUTURF HANDICAPFRIDAY TURF CORRESPONDENTS PUBLISHERS FORM LETTER HANDICAP FRIDAY our clients were advisad as follows PLUNGE ON MR3 BENNETT JULIA JUN ¬ KIN Both winners PL VY D3RBEN BOTff WAY3 985 made dataSATURDAY by pl wing our special inside pointers at WashingtonPark with 55 up to data SATURDAY 20 til SORB THING Two othsrs f rotn 3 to 8 to 1 Gjttham GjtthamTERMS TERMS 100 PER DAY 400 WEEKLY WEEKLYRace Race Track Information Bureau Suite 500 263269 Dearborn St Telephone Harrison 1580 25 to I or Better BetterOur Our long advertised good thing starts today and ia without doubt one of tha best long shots ever offered in our line This uoree has worked a mile in 1 42 which will win his race easy ALSO easyALSO THE WINNER OF THE YOUNG HANDICAP AT THE ODDS OF 8 TO I IAnd And 6 to 1 shot in second race Dont try and guess the winners today they are very hard with without out the proper information Three to six winners daily TERMS 100 DAILY 400 WEEKLY WEEKLYCHICAGO CHICAGO INFORMATION CO RlS 1Mi 1MiR1iS R1iS R1iSCAao CAao Page  American Tori Congress Record SUPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED WEEKLY The Record is the Official Organ of the Ameri ¬ can Tnrf Congress Published for the Congress by Daily Racine Form Publishing Company 124120 FIFTH AVE CHICAGO 111 i EDITOB F H BBUNELL CHICAGO ILL JULY 13 1S01 R Troxler jockey ruled off offJ i J Troxler agent suspended from all privil ¬ eges indefinitely indefinitelyM M Dunn jockey suspended indefinitely indefinitelyJ J A Price steeplechase jockey ruled off December 27 1899 1899R R Sheppard jockey indefinitely suspended December 12 1889 1889A A J Wallace owner indefinitely suspended December 12 1899 1899J J Cunningham jockey ruled off December 16 1899 1899St St Lorenzo ch c 4 by St Leonards Dart Maiden entry refused and barred from all privileges December 23 1899 1899George George Lee br g 5 by St George Levee in ¬ definitely suspended December 12 1899 1899Jockey Jockey E Foncon ruled off offJockey Jockey W Woods indefinitely suspended Horses Ruled Off Chicago Racing Association 1898 Board Marker by Falsetto Rebellis Frank Stanton by Jils Johnson Trousseau Getabout by Teuton Gadabout Dayton Star by Day Star Miss McGregor Sun Bonnet by Eberlee Blue Bonnet Immense by Himyar Rhoda RhodaST ST LODIS FAIK ASSOCIATION 1897 C Johnson jockey Dick Young Brad ¬ ford Blevins Jerry Downing trainer ruled off Dr C S Herbert alias J C Davis and O A Arthur trainer and H L Wasson agent ac ¬ count Little I Am ringing case 1898 The following jockeys were indefinitely suspended A Warren C Clay Tip Leigh J Snell O L Elliott and Archie Mclntyre the latter suspended for all but his employer W P Hagrane HagraneCharles Charles Houck jockey ruled off offF F H Hazenfeld owner and horses Alibi b g 8 by Miser Acquital Biscayne b h 6 by Glenelg Delphine Catskill b c 4 byGlonelg Delphine Colonel Barrett b g 6 by Rossing ton Betty Waddell Lazzara ch g 6 by So branje Kaskaskia Merry Nell br m 6 by Darebin LaFavorita Uncle Eli ch h 5 by Aintree Quick Whiskers br g 6 by Duke of Jlontrose The Tigress This is the Little I Am case caseG G Holden jockey indefinitely suspended and license revoked revokedTHE THE MEMPHIS JOCKEY CLUB CLUBW W Hogan steeplechase jockey indefinitely suspended J Street jockey and R Doty fore ¬ man ruled off offHAWTHOBNE HAWTHOBNE CHICAGO RACING ASSOCIATION 1892 J Mara Snider and S Bell jockeys ruled off 1893 W Feeney L Daly A Gregg W Hig gins jockeys ruled off J B Fox J Mode laud J M Ryan F E De Roo J B Gregg and J G Gain owners ruled off 1898 Allen Nixon and A Johnson jockeys ruled off 1893 J Ransom B White W Harris jockeys suspended 1898 J McDonald jockey suspended suspendedCHICAGO CHICAGO JOCKEY CLUB 1899 1899W W Beauchamp jockey ruled off offJockey Jockey and trainer N Ray suspended indefi ¬ nitely and license revoked by Committee on recommendation of judges judgesJockey Jockey George Taylor suspended indefinitely indefinitelyJohn John R Beckleys trainers license revoked D J Leary trainer ruled off offJockeys Jockeys E Royce and W Nutt ruled off offJockey Jockey Jesse Everett ruled off offHorse Horse Tulanes entry refused for inconsistent racing racingWm Wm DoLong jockey ruled off for offering bribe 1899 T McNickle C Milton jockeys sus ¬ pended pendedJockey Jockey T McNickle suspended indefinitely for ride on horse King Bermuda same recom ¬ mendation as to revoking license 1 Jockey Charles Melton suspended indefinitely for ride on horse The Winner same recommen ¬ dation as to revoking license For inconsistent racing the further entry of the following horses will be refused The Dau ¬ phin Robert Bonner Einer Hardly and Uarda UardaF F Butter Charles Melton T McNickle McNickleHIGHLAND HIGHLAND PABK CLUB CLUBJohn John J Ryan and Herbert Speers ruled off for ringing Caroline K KHorse Horse Midlo by Midlothian Electric Light ruled off offT T Walker jockey suspended and revocation of license recommended E C HOPPER Secretary List Of Licensed Trainers. i i 1 LIST OP LICENSED TRAINERS The following named parties have been Granted trainers licenses for the year 1901 Abadie Theo Anderson Charles Arthur James Atchinson W Allen J R Batcheler H T Banks Taylor Boweu M Baker H R B I anchard Edgar Beck Edward Broylis John Brumfield V S Brophy William Bender S S Brown John Bellow H D Bonesech J Benson A C Bedenbeck E Coombs J H Cook E Crstello Thomas Clerico J Campbell George Carroll William Charles ti J Coles William Clancy C Crawford J R Cooper R C Cotton H A Conner W J Dierker G Danaher M T Tavis J F Davis Charles e Armon U Z Dearing J D Daniels C B De Ruiz Fred Devlin M L LEllerd Daly John Ellerd J J JFitzgerald Fitzgerald E Foreman J W Fessenden W C Forsythe Robert Fay W A Fagot F E aulk A W Feriis J C Jr Goldblatt M GradyC F Glenn L Ganz William Gwynn H Garety M Gill George Griffin W R Gay T A AHanfieldH HanfieldH E Hak C Henry J R Horton E Harris Richard Hogan M Hint ey Fred Hutchinson W C Hennessy D Hoddleson D Hedges W VM James Wash Jordan W J Joplin W O Johnson C A Johnson J M Keefe Joseph Kunz M L I Kiley T Kelly J F Kuykendall Paul Kelly P T Kelly D W Korber Daniel Keene J O Kelly Peter Lightfoot Frank Lewis J R Laird W H Leonard H Land George Leonard W H Licalzi T TMarrick Marrick W H Marston John Murray Thomas May J W Haddoz James Mullholland C Miles James Miller Daniel Moore Ed Miles P J Marsh S N Murphy James McCaulsky J H McCufterty A C McMaught James McKinney James McDaniel H McLean C R McLaughlin J C Montray William Mclnerney W McCarthy G W McMillan J D Mangan James Miles Thomas ThomasNepper Moore Daniel Nepper Thomas ThomasOwnby Ownby J S Orr K D OConnor Walter WalterPangle Pangle J W Pierce T L Poole G W WQuinn Purcell Max Quinn Charles Robertson James Hold O Rome R Regan F Rodgers D P Rector Frank Rothert J S Ray C O Robinson W H HSchwarzendahl Ralston W J JSmith Schwarzendahl J Smith Frank Schnlz H C Steppe John Settle Thomas Steveus T H Strode J U Stark M Slattery Fred Smith W J Smith W B Btewart Simons Henry tewart R J Schooloy J 8 hauk W H Sykes J A Sandifer Joseph Stringer E A Smith E F Templeton G Tracy S S Tucker C C Tempest Albert Tucker J C Trevy W S inor NB Vestal R N NWachter Wachter E G Walker William Wilson R Wallace A W Wright W A Ware William West P M Westerfield R M Walden R J Watkins R E Woodman A G Walter W F Weston A G AVright E Warner Fred FredZimmer Zimmer A List Of Licensed Jockeys. LIST OF LICENSED JOCKEYS The following have been granted jockey licenses for the year 1901 Adams Joseph Alarie A Beck John Herman H BolandJames Brennan William Battise J Caywood William Cochran Harry Coombs HarryCoombs James Callahan John Crawford Ed Coburn Wm Dado M DaleW Dayton J W Dupee James Davisson Q Finnegau E Flick R Gaddy D Garnett George Gilmoro R J Givens F FH FHinkey Gormley James H Herting C Hinkey Fred Hothersall J W Huffman John James E Kane Tony KileyW Lewis A Lines A Lyne L Lyons W Lindsay D E Michaels H Michaels M Miles M Mitchell C Murphy C E McCann James Mclnerny J McQuade J Mooney W McHugh T Neil Charles Newcom J W OBrien Thomas Paretto A Postel R Powers T Richards Joseph Robertson E Scully R Shaw Daniel Slack John Tully E Yandnsen Charles CharlesWalsh Walsh T Walters M Weber Arthur Wilkerson Gordan Winkfield J Wilson G Wonderly O List Of Licenses Refused. LIST OF LICENSES REFUSED The following have been refused jockey licenses May J Pines T TSmith Smith Louis LouisE E C HOPPEB Secretary COVINGTON KY August 9 1900 At the request of the St Louis Jockey Club the license committee have limited R Crow hursts license so as to ride for his contract em ¬ ployer only E C HOPPEE Secretary COVINGTON KY August 16 1900 I have boon advised by the Windsor Jockey Club that jockey F Jones was indefinitely sus ¬ pended by the judges of that association associationE E C HOPPEB Secretary COVINGTON KY August 23 1900 1900The The Harlem Jockey Club advises me of the following rulings Jpckey L Rose suspended indefinitely for sus ¬ picious ride on Hermoso August 14 14Jockey Jockey C Grimes and valet Ed Leigh ruled off in connection with the pulling of Prestar August 17 E C HOPPEB Secretary SecretaryCOVINGTON COVINGTON KY July 24 The Washington Park Club has notified me of the following ruling For a violation of rule one hundred and fiftyfive of the American Racing Rules Mr J H Smith has been ruled off the turf by the stewards of the Washington Park Club E C HOPPEB Secretary Turf Congress Weights. Page  Brighton Beach Form. BRIGHTON BEACH FORM FORMNEW NEW XOKK N Y July 12 The form of Saturdays Brighton Beach fieldo Is IsFirst First Race Iflidor or Carbuncle Ethics Ham mock or Cervera CerveraBocond Bocond Race Magic Light Perion Smith entry entryTkird Tkird Race Lucky Star Survivor Magnifl cent centFourth Fourth Race AllanaDale Hyphen Belmont ntry ntryFifth Fifth Race Wax Taper Janice Blues BluesSixth Sixth Race Fonsoluca Zirl Ascension Brighton Beach Entries. BRIGHTON BEACH ENTREEfc ENTREEfcProbabilities Probabilities Woathsr cloudy track heavy heavyFirst First Race 34 M11 M113yearolds 3yearolds and upward Highweight Handicap Ind Horses color BOX pedigree Wt Hdcp Hdcp26578Isidor 26578Isidor 7 140 750 25441 Carbuncle 4 130 740 26665 Corvera 3 120 725 26536Ethics 3 119 180 180Water Water Run b c by Water WaterLevel Level Mies House 3 108 2670S2Hammock 4 105 735 26549 Jack McGinn 3 101 715 26355 Maria Bolton 3 100 720 28640 Connie 3 100 715 715Second Second Race Full Course CourseAbout About 2 12 Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Handicap HandicapThe The Pnnchestown Steeplechase 1000 added addedlad lad Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp264BSSacket 264BSSacket 6 152 685 2619SUagic Light 4 150 7CO 26438 Perion 6 147 690 69026498Seorge 26498Seorge Keene 6 146 680 26624 Isen 6 132 679 25924 Bosphorons 4 130 675 675H H W Smith entry entryThird Third Kace1 116 Milts 3yearolds and upward Soiling 26669 Round Up 4 116 705 26670MaRnificent 4 116 715 26575 Survivor 5 107 720 72026706ZHammock 26706ZHammock 4 106 715 715265752LucVy 265752LucVy Star 7 103 725 26355 Belgrade 4 101 710 26625 The Golden Prince 3 91 7CO 26545 Anna Darling 3 84 690 690Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile2yenrolde 2yenrolde Allowances AllowancesThe The Brighton Junior Stakes Value 10000 100002a957Golden 2a957Golden Cottage 112 730 26667 Carroll D 112 715 7152G3832Hyphen 2G3832Hyphen 107 740 74026231fMaflterman 26231fMaflterman 107 725 72526383tLeonid 26383tLeonid 107 735 26100 Saturday 107 725 26353 Peninsula 107 730 25161Firing Line 107 720 72026440De 26440De Beszke 107 735 26345 AllanaDale 107 750 25161 Enright 104 720 720J J Fleischmann entry fAuKust Belmont entry entryFifth Fifth Race 1 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances266383Herbert 266383Herbert 4 116 735 73526578Iaidor 26578Iaidor 7116 730 266692 WaxTaper 4 116 750 21498 Baron Pepper 3 101 725 26547 Blues 3 104 735 735257152Janice 257152Janice 3 99 740 740Sixth Sixth Race58 Mll 2yearolds Selling SellingInd Ind Horses color Bex pedigree Wt Hdcp 26639 White Owl 109 715 715Declate Declate b c by Primrose Hermoine 107 26269 Bed Damsel 107 710 710Lord Lord of the Manor br c by byLord Lord TSsterlingGy psy Maidl04 26579 Gibson Light 104 690 690Glenka Glenka 104 266S7 Carmaid 103 710 710Montana Montana Prince 103 Belle of Milford b f by Bae Baesetlaw setlaw Znleika 103 25959 Cheat Em 102 695 25798 Benton Gray 102 705 26639 Mowich 100 690 69024S022Zirl 24S022Zirl 99 720 26639 Lieechen 99 710 710Maximolo Maximolo 99 26343 Lady Mag 99 700 26546 FonRoluca 99 725 26579 Playlike 97 705 26576 Chief 97 690 690265462Ascension 265462Ascension 94 715 26442 Sandflaa 94 705 Fort Erie Form. FORT EBtE FORM FOET EEIE ONT July 12 Tho form of Satur ¬ days Fort Erie fields is First Race Mias Shanley Sempire Fili ¬ buster busterSecond Second Rare Ehitai Silk Cord Dnnsbro DnnsbroThird Third Race Edinborough Manga Drogheda DroghedaFourth Fourth Race Potra II Donna Seay Lizzie A AFifth Fifth Race Annie A B Bronze Medal Lady Handy HandySixth Sixth Race Highbee Coley Interference Fort Erie Entries. FORT ERIE ENTKIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastFirst First Race 34 MJJe MJJe3yearolda 3yearolda and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horsee Ago Wt Hdcp 26686 Filibuster 7 Ill 715 715265202Royal 265202Royal Salute 5 111 710 710266S8 266S8 Little Sallie 6 109 705 26686 Miss Shanley 4 109 725 26586 NonaB 6 109 690 26586 Oconee 4 107 710 26686 Bempire 3 103 720 26583 Prince of Song 3 103 705 26683 Easter Lily 4 102 690 26525 Ziegfeld 3 100 715 26686 Young Henry 3 100 700 26651 Dominick 3 100 690 26683 Innominatum 4 100 705 26647 Bromine S 98 700 26686 Lake View Belle 3 98 710 710Second Second Race 4 12 Furlongs Furlongs2yearolds 2yearolds Allowances Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp Hdcp261893Easter 261893Easter Boy 115 705 705265603Khitai 265603Khitai 107 725 26491 Laracor 107 710 7102658528ilk 2658528ilk Cord 105 720 720266502Dnnsbro 266502Dnnsbro 100 715 715Doyles Doyles Commoner b c by byThe The Commoner Thistle 101 26612 Blazsband 97 710 710263123Viviani 263123Viviani 97 715 715Maratrisa Maratrisa ch f by Mariner Amelia 97 26612 Katherine R 97 700 26612 Silver Chimes 97 700 26612 Artificial 97 705 705Third Third Race 34 Mll 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp265862Edinborough 265862Edinborough 4 112 725 7252C688 2C688 Kittle Court 6 Ill 700 266513 By George 5 Ill 705 705266882Silent 266882Silent Friend 4 109 695 26561 Yorkshire Boy 3 103 715 26651 Favornatte 3 103 695 26561 Drogheda 3 100 715 715266872Cherished 266872Cherished 3 98 705 705266472Lady 266472Lady Hayman 3 98 710 26611 Idle Chat 3 98 700 700266113Mauga 266113Mauga 3 98 720 26647 Annn 3 98 705 26695 Alzora 3 98 710 710Fourth Fourth Race 1 Kile Kile3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances AllowancesThe The Waterloo Stakes Value 1000 26559 Petrall 117 725 26613 Algie M 110 705 26695 Lelia Bar r 107 715 71526647Lillie 26647Lillie Hammerton 107 700 266133Lizzie A 107 715 715265842Gness 265842Gness Work 107 710 26615 Montreal 107 705 262763 Lady Berkeley 107 710 710260073Donna 260073Donna Seay 107 720 720Fifth Fifth Race 58 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Sailing Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp 26524 Lady Patroness 107 670 26558 MayQuick 107 680 680261G03Annie 261G03Annie AB 107 700 700266l83Bronze 266l83Bronze Medal 105 690 26582 8t Lazarus 105 675 675John John P Roth br c by Rio RioBravo Bravo Ona 102 26650 Lauretta Burke 102 670 26684 Lady Handy 102 680 680Sixth Sixth Race Short Course CourseSteeplechase Steeplechase Steeplechase3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp 25811 Harry Corby 5 153 660 26385 Highbee 8 148 675 26683 Interference 5 146 665 26562 Auld Lang Syne 4 142 665 66524653Coley 24653Coley 4 139 670 26525 Little Veronica 4 137 655 26616 The Loafer 3 127 650 American Sporting Manual. AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAI The American Sporting Manual of 1S01 oon taino all racing records at larga revised nnd complete up to tho ond of 1900 four handicap ping systems with directions for their practical application a tablo showing how to compute bookmaking percentages track records of all Iho recognized tracks of the country tho we t ern and eastern scaloa of weights tables ihow la3 th comparative spaad of tracks a complain list of pugilistic contest of 1900 of any conn Quanca trotting and pacing records at all dig tancaa and a list of the new 215 trotteri of 1980 Also a complata record of performances si al civic nf bUlinrd ILLINOIS THREE SPECIAL TRAINS OH LAKE SHORE RAILROAD Leave Van Buren St Depot daily as follows 1230115 and 145 pm stopping at 22d St First Second Third Englowood Grand Crossing and So Chicago ChicagoTrains Trains return at 450 pm 530 pm and after LvVanBurenSt 1230 115 145 last race raceAll 22d St 1233 118 148 All Elevated Roads make direct connections with 11 Englowood 1241 128 156 Lake Shoro Station at Pacific Ave and Van 11 Grand Crossing 1246 131 201 Buron Si Running timn SO minutes guaran South ChloiifTO 1251 138 203 i HE shington Park Races RacesCOMMENCING COMMENCING PROMPTLY AT 230 P M MRainor5hineCortiriuirigUntil5aturdayJuly20 Rainor5hineCortiriuirigUntil5aturdayJuly20 ADMISSION 100 Box Season and Guest Tickets on Sale at Wellington Hotel Rotunda TRAIN SERVICE SERVICESouth Trains connecting with all Elevated Roads via the Loop every 3 minutes South flide Elevated IUTMniQ PPMTDCII RCHIiRnHn PYPBPQQ DMH finCH rFDdTUC rFDdTUCSOUTH SOUTH SIDE ELEVATED EXPRESS TRAINS JWJlflUlO LJUHttlJ GfllUtJUJlUDArltDOD ftflj UUUHL IHtflJlb IHtflJlbCteaviog Cteaviog Loop at Congress St and stopping onhrntJM St and 31st St arriving at 61st St in All regular express and local suburban trains leaving Randolph St from 1245 to 240 pm in Jrk elusive have loop service direct to the grand stand In addition express trains direct to tht i A DT T A CTT T rvnoTn T TXTTTQ itu Hiae cross town unea direct to gafes Calumet Electric Street Railway to South Park Ave and 63rd St t l M t and 1 l 3 ° Pm Page  Washington Park Form Chart. WASHINGTON PARK FORM CHART CHARTCHICAGO CHICAGO ILL July IS Eighteenth day Washington Park Clnb Summer Moating Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge John F Morse Starter Richard Dwyer Racing Btarta at 230 p m Q f r Q O FIRST R AGE 1 Blilo 600 added 100 to second 50 to third aJ O O O J 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St t V 5f StrFin Jockeys Owners O H 0 P i6S72 HEADWATER 5105 2 21 21 11 IH Hi T Knight H L Jones Co 852 8545 286343BE1UTY BOOK 4 101 5s 61 41 5 31 22 J Ranch FBVanMoterBroSO SO 30 12 26375 EVA RICE 6 107 li 41 31 2 2 31 Davisson C K Bnrdeau 3552 26530 BEN BATTLE 4 107 4 51 61 4 41 J Hicks WdfrdEvrmnSO 50 50 15 266WBONEY BOY 5 105 9 9 81 61 51 51 Seaton Mrs R Bradley 10 12 12 4 26573 DI83ENTER 4 115 3 3 51 71 71 61 Caywood Tnrney Bros 10 12 12 4 4M60QHRIGADE M60QHRIGADE 5 116 i 711 71 82 82i 7U J Martin J Maraton 3 3i 31 65 26461 KUNJA 5 111 81 82i 9 9 9 82 Silvers J Desna 100 100 100 40 26 30 V HOOREBEKE 4 103 6 = li 1 3 6 9 HshbergerJ Huffman Co 20 20 20 8 8Timfl Timfl 25 49 1 15 1 41 41Winner Winner B g by Watercress Hoadflower HoadflowerWent Went to post at 2 bO At post 8 minutes Start good Won handily second the same Head ¬ water grabbed the lead after the half had been rnn and was never afterward headed Beanty Book was easily the best of the others Eva Ric3 was cat down and stopped in the last sixteenth as did Ben Battle Boney Boy had no chance from where he got off baing completely cnt out of the race at the club house turn Brigade conld not give the weight away and was never a con ¬ tender Van Hoorebake as nsual showed spaed for six furlongs and then quit Brigade pulled up vary lamo as in his last race raceOverweights Overweights Dissenter 1 pound poundHeadwater Headwater show 1 to 2 baanty Book show 6 to 1 Eva Rica show 4 to 5 Brigade show 3 to 6 SECOND RACK 34 Mile 600 added 100 to second 550 to third 26690 3yearolds and upward Allowances lod Horses A Wt St 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 26599M1S3 BENNETT 3 101 21 IH 12 13 Hi Dominick G C Bennett Co9101 710 out 26572JTHERU8H 4115 41 31 31 2H 25 HarehbgerW H May Son 5 10 10 21 26631 GONFALON 4 115 5 4 4 32 331 Bullman 8 C Hildreth 31 4 4 1 126632HNNA 26632HNNA BAIN 4111 31 22 21 41 45 Vandnson Baker Gentry 4551 26514 EMMA R 4 110 1 5 5 5 5 J T Woods J Brenock 40 100 100 20 20Time Time 24 49 113 113Winner Winner Ch f by Russell Memoria MemoriaWent Went to post at 305 At post 5 minutes Start fair Won handily second easily Miss Bennett had her spaed with her and bnt for a short spall down the backstretch was always in front The Rush under punishment looked like he was going to close in tho last eighth bnt ho could not got up and was all out by tho time the lino had been reached Gonfalon slow to get on his stride moved fast for a spall down the backstretch but stopped all over in the last eighth Anna Bain was run off her feet by the winner in the first half halfScratcbed26602 Scratcbed26602 Guiliana 112 112Overweights Overweights Anna Bain 1 pound poundNo No ahow batting on first three T C I C U THIRD RACE 5 Mile 600 added 100 to second 50 to third 5OO 5OOL L I 2yaaroidg Selling tnd Horses A Wt St li H 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners OHO 26570 JULIA JUNK1N 95 2 21 2 2 12 J Ranch E Brown Co 45485 26458 MABEL WINN 101 H 12 12 H 22 T Knight J B Respass 65 95 95 15 15260933ERNE3T 260933ERNE3T PARHAM 93 61 41 43 31 31 R Steele J J Markloin Co4 5 5 23316 THE FHUN DRED101 32 5 53 43 45 HshbergerS Lazarus 10 15 15 6 25989 KY MUDDLE 95 411 32 3 52 52 J Martin W D Greenwood 20 30 30 12 26860 BRAGG 1U4 5 62 7 61 61 R Sullivan T Rowe 30 40 40 12 2606 DRUMMOND 95 8 8 8 75 75 J T Woods W H May Son 4762 476224911LOU 24911LOU WOODS 93 711 71 62 8 8 Gormley W Hoffman Co 8 10 10 4 Apprentice allowance Time 12 25 49 1 01 Winner B f by Likely Ado AdoWent Went to poat at 310 At poat 20 minutes Start good Won easily second tho same Julia Jnnkin wore down Mahal Winn in tho last fifty yards and won drawing away The latter tired and quit badly when she appsared all over a winner Ernest Parham ran at about an even clip throughout Kentucky Muddle showed a little speed The others wero never contenders Ken ¬ tucky Muddle in running out in one of the breakaways ran into the outside fence injuring one of Davissons legs J Martin was substituted and this was the cause of most of the delay delayCorrected Corrected weights Kentucky Muddle 95 95Overweights Overweights Mabel Winn 2 pounds poundsJulia Julia Jnnkin show 4 to 5 Mabel Winn show 2 to 5 Ernest Parham show 9 to 10 O r C f fi FOURTH RACE t Mile and DO Yards 600 added 100 to second 50 to SOOO S third 3yearoldp Selling Ind Horsos A Wt St K K 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 265742LEO NEWELL 105 1 43 42 22 1 H T Knight F T Wood 23365 26461 IMPROMPTU 104 8 52 521 32 21 23 Hee F W Miner 4662 26514CONUNDRUM 104 3 H 1 = IK 33 33 Gormley B C Bryant 21 135135 1 26604 BO WEN 107 2 31 3 5 5 41 HarshbgerTurnpy Bros 45485 26633 ROLLICK 100 4 21 21142 41 51 J Ranch BurnsWaterhselO 15 10 4 4S6600 S6600 BONNIE LI8SAK 93 6a 8 7 61 63 63 J Walsh P Dnnna 8883 24077 DALKEITH 108 5 6 61 72 73 7 Bassinger Chinn Forsy the 30 10010040 26378 JUDGE REDWINE 103 72 711 8 8 8 8 Dominick Bnker Gentry 10 10 10 4 4Apprentice Apprentice allowance Time 12 24 49 1 15 1 41 1 44 44Winner Winner Br g by AerolitheKate Harper HarperWent Went to post at 425 At poet 3 minutes Start good Won driving second easily Leo Newell finished strongly bnt in the last fifty yards veered toward the insido rail slightly interfer ¬ ing with Impromptu bnt not enough to change the result The latter was much the best being last at the first turn through an entanglement at tha start Tha amount of ground he made up took all the stamina out of him and he had little left to finish with Conundrum tired after run ¬ ning a good eeven furlongs Rollick had enough after running six furlongs furlongsLao Lao Newell show 3 to 5 Impromptu show 6 to 5 Conundrum show 3 to 5 Bowen show 4 to 5 fl ft C O FIFTH RACK 1 11 G Miles J600 added 100 to second 50 to third 5t3O O 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St K K X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P 2602lBR ANDERSON 4 90 2 211 H 13 12 11 Gormley T E Barrett Co 20 20 8 3 26380 LAUREATE 9101 1 71 71 SB 22 21 Dominick G C Bennett Co 6 10 10 4 G5692ALA8KA 610311 11 101173 51 31 See A M Linnell Co 10 25 25 8 826684ECOME 26684ECOME 5 97 5 61 52 41 Si 42 R Steele WHMayCo 20 25 25 8 26574 G W W 3 93 6 92 8 52 62 51 J Martin Baker Gentry 21 4 4 85 852654J2CROCKET 2654J2CROCKET 6 105 31 3 311 2 4 65 T Knight J C Cahn 85 85 75 35 35266043SLAZARU8E8Q5 266043SLAZARU8E8Q5 104 7 = 5 4 61 7 7 T Steade F M Arthur 6 15 15 6 26436 B AIR D 4102 4 4 11 11 11 Si J Ranch Keating Heckerl2 15 15 6 26569 CREST 4101 9110 6110 82 93 Hshbargar S Laearns 15 30 30 12 21781 GREETINGS 4 97 8a H 2 8 810H 10H 101 J Hicka WdfordEvormnlO 25 25 8 266303QAWAINE S 86 105 g 91 9 91 11 Seaton W E Cotton 6 10 10 4 Apprentice allowance Time 12 243g 49 1 15 1 41 1 48 48Winner Winner Ch f by George Kinney Alma H Went to post at 4 55 At post 5 minutes Start good Won driving second handily Brownie Anderson assumed command of her field after the first quarter had been run but had to be driven out to the last ounce to stall off Laureates bid at the end The latter ran a fair race bnt hung enough after six furlongs had been run The others were never contenders Scratched 26630 Golden Scepter 97 26602Captain Gaines 106 26659Tammany Chief 93 93Corrected Corrected weights Sam Lazarus Eaq 104 104Brownie Brownie Anderson show 8 to 5 Laureate show 2 to 1 Alaska show 4 to 1 G W W show 7 to 10 Crocket show out ft f f A SIXTH RACBC8 Mile 5600 added 100 to second 50 to third SaOObJtl 2yaarolds Belling Ind Horses AWtBt J4 K StrFin Jockeys Owners O HOP 26570 BED TIP 106 4 11 11 H H T Knight HermannCassm6 6 5 52S515 2S515 DOREEN 95 IH SH 31 33 2 J Ranch BurnsWaterhseS 41 41 95 95266292JAUBERT 266292JAUBERT 110 3 211 221 2 3 J WinkfieldH J Scoggan 21 21 21 1 1266291HAN3 266291HAN3 WAGNER 104 7 7 6 4 45 R Sullivan J 8 OBrien 6 12 12 4 426432JPLUM 26432JPLUM TART 105 42 41 41 5 51 Pemberton W Hendrie 15 2a 25 8 25916 APRIL 103 51 61 51 6 66 Dominick G C Bannett Co 6 10 9 3 3S S 455MUHE3CA 95 61 51 7 7 7 J Martin W B JenningsCo21 31 3 65 65Time Time 12 24 48 101 101Winner Winner B c by Order Zantippa Went to post at 525 At post 3 minutes Start good Won handily second driving Red RedTip Tip went to ths front at barrier rise and was nover headed thereafter It saemed for a moment momentat at the last eighth that Janbart would reach him but T Knight roda him hard and under the hip he held his advantage to the end Doreen was pocketed batwaen the wlnnur and Janbart in the last eighth but when she got through she finished fast and strongly Janbart hung in the last fifty yards Hans Wagner about ran his race The others never were factors factorsScratched Scratched 259862 Hargis 108 2606 3Almanzo 95 95Overweights Overweights poundsRed Jaubert 2 pounds Red Tip show evens Doreen show 4 to 5 Jaubart show 3 to 5 Muresca show 3 to 5 Delmar Park Form Chart. DELMAR PARK FORM CHART CHARTST ST LOUIS MO July 12 Eleventh day Delmar Park Jockey Clnb ClnbSummer Summer Meeting Weather clear trick fast Presiding Judge P A Brady Startor A B Dade Racing starts at 2 30 p m 1 T 1 Q FIRST RAClfi 58 Mile Purse 400 2yearolds Maidens Allowances Ind Horees A Wt St 4 K 3 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C J 266053LADY BROCKWAY 105 3 1 la 15 14 H R Murpl Murphy E L Liger 1153 21 1 26603 PRONOL1TE 108 2 32 22 2i 2 Barringer JR Lewis 9 15 10 4 26605 HUNTER RAINE 108 6 73 51 41 31 Irvin CEJeilersCo 20 20 15 7 26605 LILLIAN M 105 5 51 31 35 41 Finnerty F M Connor 20 80 20 10 26605 LADY CLARIK 100 7 21 61 5i 53 Lindsay A Greenleve 7752 26605 BAR LE DUG 112 1 41 41 6i 61 Overton H M Ziegler 20 50 30 12 26605 COLONEL STONE 105 4 4266052ANNA 81 81 7i 78 T OBrien P H flickey Co 4 5 5 95 266052ANNA ELLIOTT 105 9 9CROZIER 62 71 81 81 Gilmore S Pack 5865 CROZIER 105 10 10265533JUNGFRAU 9 9 9 93 Enos T H Stevens 30 50 50 20 20265533JDNGFRAU 265533JUNGFRAU 105 8 10 0 10 10 10 ONail BSchreiber 7 8 7 21 21Time Time 13 25 49 1 03K 03KWinner EpargneWent Winner B f by King Midas Epargne Went to post at 2 32 At poet 7 minutes Start fair Won handily second the same Lady Brockway off well was much the bsst but was tiring badly at the end Phonolite a slow beginner as usual came through the stretch like a wild horse Hunter Raine ran a good race and he can do bsttT Colonel Stone off well had no mischances Jnngfrau pulled up lame lameScratched Scratched 26327 Virginian 108 26359 Miss Linda 105 105Overweights Overweights poundsLsdy Bar Le Due 4 pounds Lsdy Brockway show 1 to 2 Phonolito show 2 to 1 Hunter Raine show 31 to 1 SECOND RACE 6 18 Furlongs Purse 5400 3yoarolda aud upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St X K 3 StrFin Jockeye Owners O R C 3 33 Hi 12 Dale E Williams 41 4n 42 211 Gilmoro J F Dockery 20 20 10 4 2i Hi 22 35 Stockwell F Gering 3 12 10 4 262972 WILD KATIE 3122 3 5 55 5 42 Finnerty Robinson Bros 10 15 12 5 26607 OMELIA 6 124 8 81 72 62 51 Lindsay M Rica 15 20 15 5 26610 wJ BAKER 7126 1 Hi 21 32 62 Boland Heunossey 8ons6 7 5 95 95264743PUBSE 264743PUBSE LADY 3 113 4 7 102 92 72 ONeil W H Billings 10 30 25 8 26447 CLAY POYNTER 6 126 11 10 8 79 82 Enos T H Stevens 6 15 12 5 26447 BEN HAM 812610 91 92 83 9 Frawley S L Seass 10 25 15 6 26297 POMELIA 6 124 7 6 61 10 105 Robartson Manton Co 20 100 60 20 26416 KING HAZEL 8126 9 11 11 11 11 Street Davis Sells 20 10010040 10010040Time Time Il 241 191 1 15i 1231 1231Winner Winner Ch h by GrayEou Bonnie Laa Went to post at 302 At post 12 minutes Start good Won easily second driving Tobe Paine was well placed and ridden and camo fast and strong whon Dale called on him Revoke finished stoutly The weight mado Aba Furst tire tireScratched Scratched 26447Jerry Hunt 126 126Corrected Corrected weights W J Baker 126 Toba Paine show out Revoke show 2 to 1 Abe Furst show 2 to 1 26715 THIRD EAClS5 13 Furlongs Purse 400 2yearolds Selling Ind A Wt St 4 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 26413AEQIN 31 32 21 12 Lindsay G G tloahier Co2 1152 910 26388 LEE NUTTEB 42 43 33 2 Overton H Nutter 3 5 4t 2 2IH 26643 BANDROL 100 3 IH 1 13 31 1 Earl R R Rice 6 8 7 21 26475 nONNlECOOSA 100 4 58 5104 41 1 ONeil Halay Bros 6 12 10 4 26679 AUDIPHONE 103 7 77 52 5 Enos T H Steveus Steveus2596S 2 4 18565 25963 JIti 8CANLAN 103 6 63 61 6H 612 T OBrien p TomlinsonCo 4 8 7 21 26444 CONNOR BOY 103 1 22 2 7 7 Finnerty F M Connor 30 10075 30 30Time Time 12i 25 491 1 03 1 101 101Winner Winner B f by Lamplighter Fleika FleikaWent Went to post at 338 At post 5 minutes Start good for all except Andiphone Won easily second handily Under a good ride Aegiu finished fast and beat her field eaaily Lee Nnttar ran bis race and had no mischances Bandrol displayed much early speed bnt could not sustain it Audiphone had no chance from where he got off Jim ticanlan went to the post lame and could not get up a decent gallop gallopAegin Aegin show 2 to 5 Lee Nutter show evens Bandrol show evens Audiphone show 1 to 2 FOURTH RACK 34 Milo Purse 400 3yearolds Allowances 26716 Ind Horasa A Wt St V K StrFin Jockey Own ra O H O P 265102A D GIBSON 104 6 21 li Hi H ONeil W W Darden 71071012 out out266442MAXI1US 266442MAXI1US 112 3 41 52 31 2 Houck C J Cella 26390 SARD 104 1 1 22 22 310 Gilmora J 8 Bratton 344 710 71025408SAD 25408SAD SAM 109 4 31 42 4 45 WedstrandE L Liger 21 6 5 85 26596 FLOY LEACH 102 8 88 52 5 Earl F L Wilson 20 ICO 50 15 15ELNERICA ELNERICA 102 7 72 7 7 6H Robertson Mant jn Co 30 200 150 50 26678 DUCAS8A 107 2 61 SKK 62 76 Bloss Perkins Co 20 50 30 8 8ROY ROY MDONALD 107 5 5 6 8 8 Wilson F G Altman 60 200 150 60 60Barred Barred in betting Time 13 241 491 1 14J 14JWinner Winner Ch c by Favor Kate Polletier PolletierWent Went to post at 409 At post 7 minutes Start poor Won handily second driving A D Gibsons race was a scintillant one Off badly in a straggling start he ran past the others in the first quarter and loafed in He is very good just now Sard had no mischances He was away running three lengths in front Maximus is not a sprinter bnt finished very strongly Sad Sam looking ragged finished well under a careful ride Floy Loach off in a tangle finished well and I showed quitSard promise Ducassa quit Sard show out Sad Sam show 3 to 5 O rr rj FIFTH RACBI Mile PnrseJlOO 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M V4 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P 265953RANSOM 9 106 9 9 8i 71 41 IH R Smith O W Boardman 10 17 16 6 626536BELLES1MP8ON4 26536BELLES1MP8ON4 105 6 711 7 81 63 21 Lindsay J Keefe Co 2 1152 45 26594 JOE DOUGHTY 5 109 2 3 41 3 23 32 D Vititoe J P Hirth 15 20 20 8 82i 26555 JOHN MORTON 4 104 4 45 12 12 n 42 F Jones W Mulkey 2i 8 7 26179 TEA GOWN 3 95 5 63 62 61 72 51 ONeil Cole Co 677 266073GREAT PRIDE 5 109 7 51 52 51 32 61 Frawley E F Smith 6 16 15 5 26606 VEDAS 3 89 8 8 9 9 81 7 Earl T H Stevens 6 12 12 4 26610 EIGHT BELLS 6104 1 11 31 1 21 5 = 8 T OBrien G C Baker 6762 676226298CHO8SMOLINA 26298CHO8SMOLINA 5 104 3 2 2 43 9 9 Dale Jones Co 4 46512 46512Time 6 51 2 Time 13 251 50 1151143 1151143Winner Winner Ch g by Algarine Nellie Ransom RansomWent Went to post at 439 At post 5 minutes Start good Won driving second the same Ran ¬ som ran a much improvad race and finished strongly under a vigorous ride Lindsay was unable to handle Belle Simpson well in the stretch She was going fastest at the end and should have won Joa Doughty was going well until the real pinch came John Morton showed early spaed Tea Gown began slowly and could never gat up Eight Bells and Grossmolina much fancied ran badlyScratched well for six furlongs then quit badly Scratched 26642 Milwaukee 99 26607 Hansborough 104 28414Eda Riley 102 102Ransom Ransom show 3 to 1 Belle Simpson ahow 2 to 5 Joe Doughty show 4 to 1 4 f7T O SIXTH RACK 1 118 Miles Purse 400 3yearolds and upward aO I JLO Allowances Ind Horses A Wt Bt J4 H K StrFin Jockeys Own rg rg263523WORDBMAN o n o P 263523WORDBMAN 7112 1 4 32 2 23 1 T OBrien FizarCo 32 85 1 25 26597 EUGENIA 8 5 109 2 22 11 H H 2 Dale J K Fioley 2 21 21 45 26607 JUA SPARA 4 101 5 52 4 46 55 31 Lindsay W Marks 50 75 50 15 266072 BEN BOY 6108 4 IH 21 31 32 412 R Murphy B V Crosby 15 20 15 4 26607SATIN COAT 3 95 6 6 6 6 42 51 o Bell Hnghas Elliott 3 31 3 1 1265553dADIE 265553dADIE LEVY 6 103 3 SB 51 SH 6 6 McClnskey T E Davis 12 50 30 8 8Time Time 71 121 251 501 1161 144 151 151Winner Winner Br h by Cavalier Herschel HerschelWent Went to post at 509 At poat 13 minutes Start fair Won in a sharp driva second aasily Swordsman ran a fair race finished strongly and waa tha bast Ha is in vary good form at pres ¬ ent Eugenia 9 showed epoed and ran to her bsst form La Sparashowai graat improvement Satin Coat got the worst of tha start and ran a dull race Sadia Levy was givan a poor ride and should have baeu third thirdSwordsman Swordsman show out Eugenia 8 show out La Spara show 6 to 1 Satin Coat show 1 to 2 Page  Fort Erie Form Chart. FORT ERIE FORM CHART CHARTFOKT FOKT ERIE ONI July IS Eighth day Fort Erie Racing Association AssociationSummer Summer Meeting Weather clear track fast Presiding Judge Francis Nelson Starter Mars Cassidy Racing starts at 230 p m FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Allowances 26695 Ind Horses A Wt St M W 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 26101 LKL1A HARK 3 101 2 23 21 12 1 L Jackson H L Johnson 6883 20158 DELS1ARCH 3 106 8 41 36 35 22 J Miller G McGrady 6 10 10 4 25899 SAILOR KING 6 109 9 9 7 4 31 J Daly W Jennings 1 65 65 35 26611 ALZORA 3 101 1 11 H 21 42 LThmpsonF Midgley 8 15 15 6 26166 OAK MAID 5 112 4 61 61 53 51 Dugan G Hendrie 31 4 31 1 18698 MATOAKA 5 112 6 8 8 7 63 Henson Saunders Co 40 300 300 100 26235 MAGNETIC 3 98 10 10265812GRT 10 9 9 7 LDaly V Haller 10 30 SO 10 265812GRT AMERICAN 3 103 11 11 10 10 8 Cashin M Byrnes 21 5 41 85 26581 HUNTING 5 112 3 33 43 8 9 W Morris F J Kittleman 50 300 300 GO 25594 FREE PLAY 3 106 5 71111 10 Lendrum P Gorman 20 60 60 20 25851 VEKNA K 4 110 7 51 51 61 11 Bolandar G W Boss 30 100 100 40 40Time Time 23 47 1 14t Winner Ch f by Inspector B Ada B BWent Went to post at 248 At post 7 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Lena Barr wont to the front when called on and won with plenty in reserve Delmurch ran a good race but lost ground by making a wide turn into the stretch Sailor King made up a lot of ground from a bad beginning and was coming strongly at the finish Alzora showed early speed but quit badly when challenged Great American never was a contender He has shown he can do better Oak Maid will improve from this race raceScratched Scratched 264G6 Aurous 106 26059 Lady Silver 101 26062 Flaneur 95 26651 Dominick 95 Lelia barr show 3 to 2 Delmarch show 2 to 1 Sailor King show 1 to 2 Oak Maid show 1 to 2 SECOND RACK 58 Mile Purse 250 2yearolds Belling 26696 Ind Horses A Wt St M K fe StrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P 26618 TOM OHAUB 111 2 41 42 11 13 flayaen T 8 Crabb 6 12 12 4 26558 J PATRICK 10S 5 2i 22 2 2 LThompsnW Weir Co 7511511535 7511511535268482TAX 268482TAX MAN 106 1 31 3 4 3 J Daly L Smitha Co 75 2 2 12 26650 LUCRUSTA 106 3 12 1 31 45 Pryce E Kelly 15 30 30 10 26518 ALL GRAY 106 4 5 52 6 53 J Miller G Strauss 6662 6662GARLAND GARLAND 103 6 65 66 51 6 Cashin W Jennings Jr 66432 26582 MISS LOBSTER 108 7 7777 Thnrman Moagher Bay 6 10 10 3 BEN COTTA 106 8 8 8 8 8 R Bander M Skiles 10 60 SO 20 20Time Time 23t 481 102K 102KWinner Winner B c by Resplendent Punchy PunchyWont Wont to post at 320 At post 28 minutes Start fair Won easily second driving Tom Crabb skinned the rail when turning into the stretch thereby saving much ground He was eased up in the last seventy yard J Patrick had no mischances and ran his race Tax Man was in differently handled i ncrnota tired in the run home Garland can do better The long delay at post may have ruined his chances chancesOverweights Overweights Lucrusta 3 pounds poundsTom Tom Crabb show 8 to 5 J Patrick show out Tax Man show out Garland show 7 to 10 O T C T THIRD RACE 1 116 Miles Purse 300 3yearolds and upward A OO7 i Selling Jnd Horses A Wt Bt K Y 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 266493CHAPPAQUA 5 103 4 4 4 2n 12 13 J Miller P M Civill 1 1 45 25 26557ALL SAINTS i 95 1 5 51 52 3 21 L Daly J E Lane Co 45575 265S3DOL WAGNER 3 93 3 1 11 11 2 3 J Daly J H Brown 4662 26583 WOODTRICE 4 108 5 7 7 7 7 41 Minder R E L Rice 20 40 40 12 265251 BE LLCOURT 5 103 6 62 63 62 41 51 LThmpsonN Dyment 8 12 12 5 26583 FLAG OF TRUCE 5 100 8 8 8 8 8 6 May H McCarren Jr 8 10 10 4 42658tJ3tOFTER 2658tJ3tOFTER 4 100 7 3 31 41 51 7 Alarie E Reynolds 10 15 15 6 6265832TODDY 265832TODDY LADLE 5 98 2 22 21 31 61 8 Adams JSCWWdswrthS 883 883Time Time 241 481 1 15 1 41i 1 47j 47jWinner Winner Br h by Iroquois Hilda HildaWent Went to post at 410 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Chap paqna outclassed hie company He was content to rate along until the stretch turn was reached theu came away and won as ho plesed All Saints was interfered with on the first turn but came strongly at the end Dollie SVagner as usual showed early speed but tired after going seven eighths Toddy Ladle and Lof ter ceased to be contenders after going threequarters The former was eaeed up at the end Flag of Truce was badly outrun in the first part of the race Yoodtrice ran well under bad handling handlingScratched Scratched 2G617 Ida Quicklime 93 93Overweights Overweights All Saints 2 pounds poundsChappaqoa Chappaqoa show ont All Saints show 3 to 5 Dollie Wagner show 4 to 5 26698 FOURTH RACE4 13 Furlongs Purse f250 2yearolds Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St M StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 26582PAULUKKYTUN 112 1 44 3 H May PEgbart 4662 26220 XHE COMMON 102 2 2N J Daly L Bmitha Co 6882 26251DASH 109 3 326614THE 12 Hi 31 L Jackson R J Htner 55585 26614THE REFEREE 112 5 51 56 41 Cashin Charlea White 22235 26560 HENRY ZITT 112 1126 6 626364ORLA 63 61 52 J Miller J C Milam 332 910 26364ORLA 109 4 31 41 66 Pryce WFPresgraveagtlO 15 15 5 25384 RED CAR 99 7 777 Gannon J Dnggan 30 60 60 15 26274 PICOTEE 99 Left at the post Render H Bell Co 30 60 60 20 20Time Time 12 24 49 551 Winner B c by Quicklime Belle Baden BadenWent Went to post at 4 10 At post 3 minutes Start poor Won handily second driving Paul Creyton outrun in the first part of the race came strongly through the stretch and caught The Common in the last sixteenth The latter was prominent in a number of false breakaways and ran a good race Dash quit badly when challenged The Referee did not run as well as he did in his two previous efforts Henry Zitt was never a contender and can do better Jockey Handy on Red Car was kicked while at the post and Gannon was substituted substitutedScratched266143 Scratched266143 Wire ID 107 26612 Blazeband 99 99Paul Paul Creyton enow 7 to 10 The Common show evens Dash show 3 to 5 The Referee show ont Henry Zitt show ont O L ± i J O O FIFTH R AOK 3 Mile Purse 5300 3yearolds and upward O O J Owners Handicap Ind Horses A Wt St J4 K J StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 25943 CAD HAZEL 8 90 3 11 H 11 li L Jackson E Moore 66465 26584SATIRE 3 85 1 31 31 2 2i Adams Charles Ray 21 21 11545 264873 FONED A 4 82 2 2 2u 33 31 J Daly L Smitha Co 85 11511535 2S4033TALALA 4 84 4 41 4a 41 4J C Murphy G Hendrie 21 3 31 1 26619 SNARK 3 85 5 5555 Gannon W Oliver 10 12 12 4 4Time Time 111 23i 47il13i 47il13iWinner Winner B g by Wandering Jew Lizzie Walton WaltonWent Went to post at 526 At post 5 minutes Start good Won handily second the same Cad Hazel went to the front soon after the start and raced his field into subjection in the first five eighths but the eff9rt told on him and he tired in the final eighth Satire saved ground in the stretch and was gaining at the end Foneda wanted to quit after going a half mile but Daly kept her to her taek and she hung on gamely under punishment Snark belongs in slower com ¬ pany Talala should improve from this race raceOverweights Overweights Talala 1 pound poundCad Cad Hazel show 1 to 2 Satire show out Foneda show out Talala show out O rTr BLXTH RACK 78 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Belling Ind Horses A Wt St X W Ji StrFin Jockeys Owners O H U P 26581THE BOER 3 97 4 23 23 13 13 is j Daly W Weir 2 31 3 65 266523OCIE BROOKS 5 104 1 31 33 2 2 2 LThompsnE Moore Co 2331 26584 COGSWELL 3 105 7 4 51 31 41 32 J Miller P J Miles 45585 263073BEAU 3 105 2 8 7 41 55 43 Alarie F Reagan 4 5 8535 26652 HACEBUD 5 109 6 12 1 61 32 52 Dugan A Willis 6883 26522 THE BROTHER 3 100 5 9 8 7 7 63 Gannon MFSheedy 30 30 30 10 25499 WILLARD J 3 92 9 5i 4 5 63 7 L Jackson E H Hanna 8 15 15 6 26311 PUNCTUAL 3 97 87 9 9 8 8 Fitzgerald O L Richards 20 20 10 4 25S09 THE LAUREL 4 104 3 61 6 899 Zshn Baker Gibson 20 60 60 20 20Time Time 24 J 48 J 114 l27t l27tWinner Winner B c by Oddfellow Miss Coltson ColtsonWent Went to post at 555 At post 7 minutes Start good Won easily second the same The Boer had clear sailing and Daly took no chances Ocie Brooks wae well in motion when the Sag dropped but Thompson took her back and allowed himself to be caught in a jam soon after the start Cogswell finished stoutly after being badly interfered with Beau was also a sufferer from interference and pulled up lame Racebud quit badly after showing speed early earlyScratched Scratched 266513 By George 111 26087 Samivel 106 26583 Prince of Song 100 26683 Easter Lily 99 99The The Boer show 3 to 5 Qcie Brooks show 1 to 2 Cogswell show 3 to 5 Beau show out Brighton Beach Form Chart. BRIGHTON BEACH FORM CHART CHARTBRIGHTON BRIGHTON BEACH N Y July 12Sixth day Brighton Beach Racing Association Summer Meeting Weather wet track heavy Presiding Judge Clarence McDowell Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 230 pm irr FIE8T BACK 1 Mlle and 70 Yards 600 added 3yearolds Selling ma Horses AWt St X Vi 2 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 102 3 4 2a U 12 110 H MichaelsP 8 P Randolph 45 91035 out o 2 625IN TT SHOT Dr m lOo 1 1 3 4 43 2 Brennan G A Mailer Co 10 10 7 85 26549 HIMSELF 105 55 45 23 23 3a D OConnorW C Daly 10 12 12 2 262703MILITARY 110 2 2U IB 31 33 420 Cochran A Featherstone 95 31 3 45 26499 LADY CHORISTER 105 4 3 5 5 5 5 Sims AD Hampton Co20 30 30 6 Time 25J 50 116 144 148 Winner SquallWent Ch g by St Charles White Squall Went to post at 230 At post 1 minntn Start good Won in a canter second driving Scurry outclassed the field in the going and was never extended was bid up from 2000 to 32600 In Shot was very badly handled and was allowed to fall out of contention on tha backstritch but closed very gumsly from the half home and is becoming very good Himself ran in greatly im ¬ proved bestScratched form due to the sloppy track Military badly handled was easily second best Scratched 26665 Bobs 110 26575 Seminole HO In Shot show 7 to 10 Hima lf ahow evens Military show 1 to 3 fci rT f SECOND RACE 58 Mile J600 added 2yearolds Maidens Allowances ind Horses A Wt St it W 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C I 265763B OF BOSCHEA 110 3 12 13 14 14 T Burns L H Franchi 21 3 2 45 26627 CART IRON 110 6 61 62 2 211 Monnce A Belmont 7762 26576 MUSIDORA 107 5 4a 2 31 3 Odom P Belmont 41 5 3 Si 65 65BUN BUN SHOWER 107 9 11 11 82 41 Shaw Jero Dunn 4 7 5 21 26231 KT OF HARLEM 110 11 7 In 5n 5 Brennan Osceola Stable 10 100 60 20 d OF THE WEST 107 7 81 81 6a 61 Callahan G H Whitney 20 50 10 4 26576 LEMOYNE 110 1 51 41 7 71 Sims Mrs R Roche 10 100 60 20 25059 J BARLEYCORN 110 2 21 31 41 82 Troxler Pepper Stable 20 30 12 5 26576 WODEN 113 4 9 9 10 9 Me Cue T J Healey 30 50 40 12 26579 NOTLIUAH 107 12 10 10 11 10 McQaade L Elmore 20 40 30 8 8CATS CATS PAW 107 8 3 51 9 11 Black C Murphy 20 40 20 8 8ATTILA ATTILA 107 10 12 12 12 12 Miles L O Appleby 20 50 50 20 20Substituted Substituted starter Time 12 23M 36 49 1 03 Winner TrumpsWent Ch c by Ben Strome Queen of Trumps Went to post at 3 00 At post 2 minutes Start straggling Won in a canter second driving Byrne of Roscrea was much the b at especially in the going Cast Iron finished strongly and made up much ground from an indifferent start Mnsidora tired at the end and evidently is better on a fast track Bun Shower broke and ran green was nearly lef C and finished strongly after closing up a big gap Knight of Harlem and Star of the West were going well in the stretch John improveBcratched26576 Barleycorn displayed much speed to the last furlong and should improve Bcratched26576 Homestead 110 261203 Alibert 110 26516 Fontenix 107 26546 Emma A M 107 26162 Silver Twist 107 107Overweights Overweights poundsByrne Woden 3 pounds Byrne of Roscrea show 2 to 5 Cast Iron show evens Musidora show 3 to 5 2 ± r7fQ THIRD RACE 1 1 16 Miles 800 added 3yearolds and upward O fl UO Allowances lad Korean A Wt St H K 5 StrFin Jockeys Ownors O H C P 26635ROEHAMPTON 3 99 1 Hi 12 12 12 H Cochran J G Follansbee 45 45 710out 26i35iIONARKA 3 99 3 211 22 2 2 26 Bmith T C McDowell 444 710 25380 RAFAELLO 5 116 233333 McHne M Murphy 2 13521 12 12Time 485cWinner Time 25 50 1 15 = 1 42 1 1485c 485c Winner Ch c by Bathampton Agnes Flash FlashWent Went to post at 325 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Roe hampton galloped along well in hand throughout and was easily best Monarka is evidently a superior class iilly and ran a fast and game race Rafaello was hopelessly outrun and made a poor showing for a horse of his class in the mud mudScratched257152 Scratched257152 Janice 109 26547 Bines 108 O r7f A FOURTH RACE 34 MiJe 3yearolds and upward O i Utt The Test Handicap 1500 added ind Horses A Wt St V StrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P 265452T MUSKETEER 3105 4 2112112 H Shaw Mrs F Farrell 752 7535 753526487I8IA 26487I8IA 3 98 5 32 31 32 2n Slack Sullivan Harris 5 31 65 26208 T OF CANDLES 3 93 6 Hi 12 11 32 Cochran M Murphy 56475 26465 LADY UNCAS 4 90 2 52 52 6 41 Thompson Oscaola Stable 8 15 15 5 26636 ELOIM 4 97 1 61 61 5 5 McGinn Murray HillStablelO 30 30 8 2617329 ADDUCEE 4 105 3 4 42 42 62 Michaels A L Aste 4 7 7 21 2126628BEDECK 26628BEDECK 3 97 7 7777 Desmond P Ryan 15 30 30 8 8Time Time 12 23 34 47 1 14 Winner B c by Maeetto Sis Himyar HimyarWent Went to post at 355 At post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second driving The Musketeer outclassed the field in the going and went to the front in the stretch with great ease leia began slowly but held his own in the last half and finished very strongly Tower of Candles displayed a brilliant burst of speed and hung on steadily in thn stretch Lady Uncas and Eloim both closed ground at the end and their races were good Saddncea tired in the last quarter and appeared to be laboring early in trying to keep within striking distance of the leaders Bedeck carried home the biggest share of mud and had no chance with his ride and break breakScratched23184 Scratched23184 Slap Dash 97 266233May W 96 96The The Musketeer show 1 to 3 Isia show 3 to 5 Tower of Candle show 7 to 10 FIFTH RAGS G 12 Furlonfjs 800 added 2yearolds Handicap 267O5 ind Horses A Wt Bt M K X BtrFin Jockeys Owners OH C P P264203ALIBERT 264203ALIBERT 115 2 1 H Hi H Shaw J Fleischmann 35 710710 out 26627 LOCKET 105 1 21 2 3 23 Brennan E Kelly 21 3 95 13 26579 APRIL SHOWER 114 3 3 3 21 3 Odom AJJoyner 59875 59875Time Time 12 23 35 48 1 09 09Winner Winner B c by Albert Leda LedaWent Went to post at 4 25 At post 4 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Alibert was easily the best and can beat much better ones Locket was favored by the going and April Shower was not He tired after showing a good burst of speed SIXTH RACK 34 Mile 600 addtd 4yearolds and upward Selling 26706 d Horses A Wt St M X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P 26146 BOLD KNIGHT 4 109 1 12 12 H 12 tiims Dwyar McSuire 21 5 4 1 1265802HAMMOCK 265802HAMMOCK 4108 3 31 32 21 22 Downing JAMcGarry 4 4 21 12 26102 OREAD 4 106 2 22 23 3 3 Odom A Garaon 451 710 out 26636 FONSOLEE 4 98 5 4 4 4 415 Thompson Westown Stable 30 40 40 7 26146 HOP BROOK 4 100 4 5n 51 53 53 Slack H Schwartz 50 10060 10 26640 DIFFIDENCE 4 93 a 6666 Lorenz E W Brofleld 50 100 100 20 20Time Time 1256 24 36 49 115J Winner Ch c by Knight of Ellerslie Corona CoronaWent Went to post at 4 50 At post 2 minutes Stirt fair Won easily second the same Bold Knight well handled and lucky easily shook off Oread which had essayed to make the running with him The latter stopped and was easily passed at the furlong post by the badly handled Hammock who had closed up much ground after a slow break and running ont on the turn Fonsolee finished well wellScratched Scratched 26704 8addnc e 119 26640 Federalist 110 26443 Godfrey 110 26549 Mayor Gilroy 104 26575 Survivor 103 266403Goab9l 103 26466 Monmonth Boy 100 25146 Ventoro 95 26195 Tatar 95 95Bold Bold Knight show 2 to 5 Hammock show out Racing Dates Of 1901. RACING DATES OF 19O1 Delmar Jockey Club July 1Bept 28 Washington Park Chicago June 22 July 25 Bntta and Anaconda Mont June 29 Sept 1 Fort Erie Can July 4 August 31 Brighton Beach N Y July 6 August i Hawthorne Chicago July 22 August Kinloch Park Mo July 22 August 28 Windsor Can July 22 Harlem Chicago August 5 1 Saratoga NY August 5 32 Hawthorne Chicago August 19 81 81august Bheepshead Bay N Y august 31 Sept 14 Harlem Chicago September 2 14 Hawthorno Chicago BaptlSOntB Gravesend NY Sept 18 Oct 5 Kinloch Park Mo Sept 20 Oct 23 St Louis Fair Grounds GroundsHarlem Sept 30Oct31 Harlem Chicago October 28 Morris Park NY OctobarT 28 Latonia Ky Oct 28 NOT 9 Lakeside Ind Oct28NoT 18 JLqniduotN Y NoTtmbtr 11 SI Page  SATURDAY JULY 13 1901 HawttornB MllDaiJO JODfcey ClUfi Hawttiorge SUMMER STAKES To be Run at Hawthorne During the Meetings of July 22 22Aug Aug 3 Aug 1931 and Sept 16Oct 5 for Stakes Summer Meeting 1901 Entries Close July 18 Midnight at The Tfcft Stakes A sweepstake for two twofearolds named through the entry box at the usual hour 40 additional to start The club to add 1000 1200 Starters with soiling price to be named fearolds tbat have not won a stake Entrance of closing the day before the race and all so of namedof which 200 to second and 100 to third through entry box at thj usual hour of 10 each to accompany the nomination 40 ad ¬ named to bo liable fer the starting fee 1 mile mileThe Weights to appear three days before the race day before the race and those so named closing to be ditional to start The club to add 1000 of The Sr cuJBtioii Stakes A handicap sweep Starters beStarters to be named through the entry box at liable for the starting fee 1 116 miles which 200 to second and 100 to third Winners stako for threeyearolds and upward Entrance the milesthe ubual hour of closing day before the race after the closing of this race of a sweepstake 10 each to accompany the nomination 40 ad ¬ and all so named to be liable for the starting The Fmerald Stakes A steeplechase han to carry 5 Ihs extra Allowances nonwinners ditional to start The club to add 1000 of fee hanfee 2 miles dicap for fouryearolds and upward Entrance EntranceThe of a race of 500 51bs maidens 10 Ibs 5 12 which 200 to second and 100 to third Weignta The V eetfoot Stakes A handicap for all 310 each to accompany the nomination SlOaddi furlongs furlongsTbe to nppear three days before the race Starters ages Entrance 10 each to accompany thn tional to start The clnb to add 800 of which Tbe W idsummer Stakes A sweepstake to be named through the entry box at the usual nomination 40 additional to start The club 200 to second and 100 to third Weights for twoyearolds Entrnnce 10 each to accom ¬ hour of closing day before the race and all so to add 1000 of which 200 to second and 100 to appear three days before the race Win pany the nomination 40 additional to start named to be liable for the starting fee 1 18 to third Weights to appear three days before ners after publication of weights to carry 5 Ibs The clnbto add 1000 of which 200 to second miles the race Starters to be named through the etra Starters to ba named through the entry and 100 to third A winnor of two sweepstakes milesThe The Iroquofs Stakes A entry box at the usual hour of closing day be ° ° x at tne usual time of closing the day before of any value or one of 2000 to carry 5 Ibs of stake for throeyearolds Entrance handicap 10 sweep each ¬ fore the race and all so named to be liable for the race and a11 8 ° named to be liable for the three of any value or two of 1EOO to carry 10 to the nomination S40 additional the starting fee 34 mile starting fee Short course courseTie accompany Ibs nnnalty Allowances nonwinner of a rac to start The club to add 1000 of which 200 to steeplechasesweepstake Tie oiympia Selling Stakes A selling The JSmutatioii Stakes A steeplechase of 600 allowed 5 Ibs of two of J500 7 Ibs two of second and 100 to third Weights to EnEntranca sweepstake for threeyearolds and upward handicap for fouryear olds and upward En 300 10 Ibs maidens beaten three or more three days before the race Starters appear to be Entranca nominationtion 10 each to accompany the nomina trance S10 each to accompany the nomination times allowed Ibs 34 mile mileThe tion 40 additional to start The club to add 10 additional 15 named thrcugh the entry box at the usual hour of1COO to start The clnb to add 800 of 1COO of which 200 to second and tlOO to third which 200 to second and 100 to third of closing the day before the and all Weights The Endurance Stakes A handicap racet so The WeightsThe winner sweep ¬ to be sold at auction If entered to to appear three days before the Winners named to be liable for race the fee stake for twoyearolds Entrance 10 each to starting 1 Winnersbe be sold for 3000 to mile carry weight for age if for after publication of weights to carry 5 Ibs accompany the nomination 40 additional to mileThe less Ibsless 2 Ibs for each 250 to 2500 then 1 Ib for extra Starters to ba named through the start The club to add 1COO of which 200 to The Autumn Stakes A handicap sweep ¬ each entryeach flOO to 1000 then 2 Ibs for each 100 to box at the usual time of closing the day before entry second and 100 to third Weights to appear stake for threeyearolds and upward En ¬ 700 Winners of a race since June 1 1901 of the the race and all so named to be liable for the three days before the race Starters to be trance 10 each to accompany tho nomination value thevalue of 1000 to be entered for not less than starting fee Full course ADDED ADDEDThe The Full Yalue of all Stakes will be Paid in Cash No Forfeits Liberal Overnight Specials SpecialsSHERIDAN SHERIDAN CLARK Secretary Chicago Jockey Club 403 Monadnock Bldg HflBLEIH PBBK JOCKBlj ClllD Stakes for the Summer and Fall Meetings ENTRIES CLOSE THURSDAY JULY 18 18Full Full Values in Casfi States and Purses for Jumpers OYBI a Perfect course For threeyearolds and upward Entrance 10 500 to 2000 then 1 Ib for each 200 to 1200 ment of weights to carry 5 Ibs extra One and winner of a stakes of the value of 1200 to ach S40 additional to start 1000 added of then 2 Ibs for each 100 to J800 Starters with withwhich oneeighth carryoneeighth miles 3 Ibs of two such stakes 5 Ibs of three carry or orThe which S200 to second and 100 to third horse selling prices must be named through the entry entryWeights The Saplnpr Staker 1000 added For ore Bncn stakes 8 Ibs extra Other horses horsestwoyearolds Weights to be announced three dajs before the box at the usual hour of closing the day preced precedday twoyearolds foals of 1899 Entrance flO V18 S7e notLwon two racefl of 5500 each since sinceeach day appointed for the race A winner of other ing the race and those so named will be liable liablethan each 40 additional to start 1000 added of Jnne 22 or three races of any value since July Julywhich than a selling purse race after the announce for starting fee One mile which 200 to second and 100 to third horse A allowed 3 Ibs one race since that date 5 Ibs t ni4n 4f jn wTT 1 lV lVa a TfTo Onn TTiilft and one hundred yards a aThe The Prairie State Stakes Felling 1OOO start 1000 added of which 200 to second and andadd add d For three year olds and upward En 100 to third horse Twoyearolds to carry 90 il000sch since April 10 5 Ibs of three races trance 10 each 40 additional to start 1000 Ibs threeyearolds 108 Ibs fonryearolds of Sl000 each since April 10 81bs of four er TI9 Gof Steeplechase 8OO added A more races rf 1000 each since April 10 11 Ibs handicap for fouryearolds and upward En re trance 10 each 40 additional to start 80O added of which 200 to second and S100 to third horse Weights to be announced three days be fore the day appointed for the race A winner winnerthis Il000PU8taVter8rwithselfing prices mnsY be Ibs extra Thresyearolds and upward non this stake Entrance10 each 40 additional flbY s T Tnr th ° W6ight8 tO Car Carto HlD3extra of of the value of 400 1901 to start 1000 added of which 200 Short course courseand nr named through entry box at the usual hour of winners a race in to second and Sim tn thirH hnrnn Nnntrinnara nf n rnon named will be liable for starting fee One and races in 1901 8 Ibe Six furlongs furlongsoneeighth oneeighth miles The Oak Park Hand ap1OOO added addedThe The Cicero Stages Celling 1000 added For threeyearolds foals of 1898 Entrance EntranceFor For all ages Entrance 10 each 40 additional 10 each 40 additional to start 1000 added addedto to start 1CCO added of which 200 to second of which 200 to second and 100 to third horse horseand The Forward Stakes tOOO added For before the day appointed for the race A win and 100 to third horse The winner to be sold Weights to be announced three days before the theat twoyearelds foals of 1899 Entrance 10 ner after the announcement of weights to carry at auction Horses entered to be sold for 3000 day appointed for the race A winner of other each S40 additional to start 1000 added of 8 Ibs extra Full course Entrance fees must accompany nominations Lntry blanks may be had upon application to the secretary or to the office of Daily Racing Form Address nominations and all communications to I NATHAHSON Secretary Room 818 Merchants loan and Trnst Bldg Chicago