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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, September 15, 1901 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1901 drf1901091501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, September 15, 1901 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1901 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Page  ' ' " ' " 1 rMr Vol,. Vii, JffO. 222. CHICAGO, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1901. PRICE 5 CENTS Another Daly Salf ANOTHER DAIiT 8 ATX. No sales of the year attracted snch widespread interest as did the two Bales of thoroughbred a belonging to the estate of the late Marco b Daly, and these are now to be supplemented by another which, October 1, will mark the complete dispersal of the magnificent stud which Mr. Daly had collected when death called him. The horses now to be sold are those he had at Aperfleld Court Stud in England, and comprises eleven selected American brood mares and nine of England's most fashionable blood lines. Besides the twenty brood mares, nine yearlings by Melton, St. Simon, St. Frusquin, Ayrshire, Baeburn, St. Serf, Donovan and Orion and eleven weanlings by Baeburn, Melton, St. Frusquin, Orme, St. Simon, St. Serf, Ayrshire, Donovan and Grey Leg are to be sold. That the competition to secure these grand brood mares and richly bred youngsters will be of the keenest description may be assured in advance, and high priceB will be the rule. Lady Beel, the dam of Ham-, burg, is represented by a yearling and a weanling, both brown fillies and both by St. Simon. The American bred brood mares are: Lady Beel (dam of Hamburg), by Fellowcraft Mannie Gray, bred to St. Simon. Workmate (dam of Ben Eder) by Bulwark Longmate, bred to Ladss. Puritan Lass (dam of Tillo), by Spendthrift Phoebe Mayflower, bred to Kendal. Anna Gray (dam of Holstain),by Free Knight Alice Gray, bred to Trenton. La Belle III., by Onondaga Aileen, bred to Baeburn. Lela Dell, by Hanover Meriden, bred to Bt. Angelo. Elizabeth L., by Woodlands Ballet, bred to Kendal. Semper Gara, by King Alfonso La Sylphide, bred to St. Serf. Semper Fidele, by Longfellow La Sylphide, bred to St. Serf. Afflatus, by InverneBB Affinity, bred to Baeburn. Lizzie D., by Onondaga Spaldie, bred to Orion. Pocahontas, by Duke of Montrose Heleva, bred to Childwick. The nine English-bred mares were secured by Mr. Daly regardless of cost, and several of them required the expenditure of sums that would be a fortune to the majority of men. Their names and breeding are aB follows: Lucy Cross, by St. Simon Vordigris, by Springfield, bred to Melton. L'SEclave, by Bt. Serf Pauline, by Hermit, 1 bred to Boyal Hampton. Argenta, by Pioneer Granite, by The Duke, bred to Orion. Optime, by Orme Euclid's dam, by Speculum, bred to Melton. Hermia, by Hermit Tizona, by Young Melbourne, bred to Le Yar. Cambushinnie, by Hampton Budstone, by Tibthorpe, bred to Martagon. Field Azure, by Bend Or Falaise, by Bobert the Devil, bred to Levar. Bte. Lucie, byJAyrshire Ste. Agatha, by Ison-omy, bred to Orion, Dorothea, by Sterling Cherry Duchess, by The Duke, bred to Ladas. The yearlings and wealings are bred as follows: Yearlings: Bay colt, by Melton Argenta. Bay colt, by Melton Semper Cara. i Bay filly, by St. Frusquin Samper Fidele. ' Brown Filly, by St. Simon Lady Beel. Chestnut colt, by Ayrshire L'Eeclave. Bay, colt, by Baeburn AfflatuB, Bay colt, by St. Serf La Belle. Bay colt, by Donovan Hermia. Chestnut filly, by Orion Ste. Lucie. Weanlings: Bay colt, by Baceburn Workmate. Chestnut filly, by Melton Pocahontas. Bay filly, by 8t. Frusquin Bempar Fidele. Bay Ally, by Mellon Semper Cara. Bay colt, by Orme Cambushinnie. Bay colt, by St. Bimon Field Azure. Brown filly, by Bt. Bimon Lady Beel. Bay filly, by St. Serf Lela Dell. Bay or brown colt, by Ayrshire Lizzie D. Bay colt, by Donovan La Belle III. Chestnut colt, by Grey Leg Argenta. There is also an unbroken two-year-old bay colt by Iqinglass Lucy Cross. Futurity Matrons FUTURITY MATRONS. Some student of breeding has been looking over the names of tne marcs nominated for the Futurity of 1903 and culled out a list of names, many of which are very familiar to race-goers of the present day, Briar Sweet, Mary Black, Btonenellie and Souffle, for instance; while others, such as Thora, Yorkville Belle, Ballyhoo, Kildeer, Soubrette. Gloaming and Lady Violet bring up mi mories of long by-gone racing The list will interest those' who like to study the possibilities of scientific mating and is as follows: My Gyps, bred to Ornament. Lady Violet, bred to Hastings. Enchantress, bred to Henry of Navarre. Soubrette, bred to Henry of Navarre. Lady Inez, bred to Top Gallant. " Mollie L., bred to Order. Julia Kinney, bred to Ben Holladay. Jessie Lee Bee, bred to Halma. Miss Lilly, bred tp St. Maxjm. Fraulein, bred to St. Maxim. Butterflies, bred to His Highness. Fairy Queen, bred to His Highness, Briar Sweet, bred to Order. Formosa, bred to Salvator. Stonenellie, bred to Juvenal. Endurance, bred to Loyalist. Emma C, bred to Kingston. Gloaming, bred to Kingston. Lizzie Pickwick, bred to Knight of the Thistle. Pearl Thorn, bred to Plaudit. Mary Black, bred to Plaudit. Mariti, bred to Plaudit. Derfargilla, bred to Balgowan. Peg Wofflngton, bred to Lisaak. Thora, bred to Lisaak. Sweet Blossom, bred to Lisaak or Loki. Souffle, bred to Meddler. Urania, bred to Meddler. Handspnn, bred to Meddler. Ballyhoo, bred to Kingston. Kildeer, bred to Lissak. Yorkville Belle, bred to Meddler. Mary Moore, bred to Lamplighter. Violet, bred to Russell. Casseopia, bred to Hamburg. Dartaway, bred to Hamburg.- Fleur d'Or, bred to Hamburg. Greenwich, bred to Isidor. Shipmate, bred to Hamburg. Miss Dixie, bred to Kantaka. Dara-vela, bred to Faraday. Janie Clay, bred to The Commoner. Magna Charta, bred to Flying Dutchman. Cherry Blossom, bred to Hindoo. La Colonia, bred to Ben Brush. Rancocas Yearlings Sold RANCOCAS WEAKLINGS SOI.D. The much-talked of sale of yearling from the Bancocas Stock Farm, who were bred by the late Pierre Lorillard, and the last sale of yearlings for the season at the FaBig-Tipton Company's paddock at Sheepshead Bay took place Thursday before a large crowd. As the yearlings were all well bred and were related to many good performers the bidding was lively. The highest price paid was $2,700, which H. H. Laurence gave for the half brother to Petra II., a colt by Sensation Poncho. The brown filly' by The Sailor Prince Saluda, a sister to Sandia and Sibola, went to James B. Keene for $2,000. The same amount was paid by H. H. Laurence for the bay filly by Sensation Golden Valley, a sister to Ganymede and Golden Horseshoe. The colt by The Sailor Prince Joy, a brother to Jolly Tar II., a great performer in England, was sold to G. Walbanm for $2,000. Pierre Lorillard Jr., gave $100 for the gelding by Sailor Prince, $200 for the Pontiac Alastly filly and the same amount for the filly by Locohatchee Harlem. Summary : Chestnut colt, by Pontiac Dal; O. L. Bicharcje... . - $225 Brown colt, by Sensation Zabel; H. H. Laurence 1,650 Brown colt, by Pontiac Alexina; J. J. v Marklein 200 Brown filly, by The Sailor Prince Saluda; J. B. Keene- ... ... . 2,000 Brown colt, by BenBation Pandora; H. H. Laurence 1,350 Brown colt, by The Sailor Prince Vestal; J. J. Marklein ... ....... ......... 600 Bay filly, by Sensation Golden Valley; H.H.Laurence... 2,000 Chestnut colt, by Sensation Furbelow; James Gal way .. ... 750 Bay filly, by The 8ailor Prince out of mare by Beform; J. E. Widener . 125 Chestnut colt, by The Bailor Prince Joy ; G. Walbanm 2,000 Bay filly, by Locohatchee Penitent; J. B. Keene 800 Chestnut filly, by Sensation Hope IV. ; M. V. B. Davia ... 600 Chestnut gelding; by The Sailor Prince-Portia; J. A. Pruss 225 Chestnut gelding, by The Sailor Prince Salutation ; G. T. Miller 800 Bay filly, by The Sailor Prince Citrop ; L. M. Myers .. . - . 550 Chestnut filly, by Sensation Virginia Beel; August Belmont 2,200 Chestnut colt, by Sensation Elizabeth; G. Walbanm .... 1,000 Chestnut colt, by Locohatchee Aster; Hayman Frank .... ....... 225 Chestnut colt, by Locohatchee Dolores; J. G. Follansbae 800 CheBtnut filly, by Locohatchee Annisette ; W. C. Daly 300 Black gelding, by Pontiac Magdalene; L. M. Myers 300 Bay gelding, by Pagan Shing Ching; H. J. Morris ... 850 Chestnut filly, by Locohatchee Inver- gold ; Fernand Lamiche ... . 150 CheBtnut filly, by Locohatchee Annie F. ; B. B. Turner . .. 1C0 Chestnut filly by Locohatchee Astronomy ; W. H. Timmon . . 325 Chestnut gelding, by The Sailor Prince-Witch; P. Lorillard 400 Bay colt, by Sensation Poncho; H. H. Laurence 2,700 Chestnut gelding, by The Sailor Prince-Democracy; O. L, Bichards 150 CheBtnut gelding, by Locohatchee Puzzle ; W. H. Timmons 275 Bay filly, by Tho Sailor Prince Bevonah; J. G. Lyman 250 Bay colt, by Locohatchee Charma; J. G. Lyman 500 Chestnut filly, by Locohatchee Lizzie Cox; J. G. Follansbee -.. 500 Chestnut colt, by Pontiac Troyan a; J. G. Lyman . 350 Brown filly, by Pontiac Alacrity ; P. Lorillard, Jr 200 Bay filly, by Locohatchee Alcina; J. W. Smytue. .. 200 Chestnut filly, by Locohatchee Equality; A. J. Joyner . .... 550 Bay gelding, by Locohatchee Ynonda ; G. T. Miller... 700 Bay filly, by Sensation Sieve ; F. Burlew. 500 Chestnut filly, by Locohatchee Harlem; P. Lorillard, Jr 200 Brown filly, by Locohatchee Austriana ; W. L. Powers 100 Total for forty head $27,500 j I Average $687.50 Worth's Coming Meeting WORTH'S COMING MEETING. During the fall meeting of the Worth Joekey Club, October 10 to 26 inclusive, Secretary Hiller will make innovations in the raoing that will please both the public and horsemen. No entrance fee will be charged in purse events, but the fields will be limited to at least fourteen and possibly that number may be reduced to twelve. This move should prove a benefit to lovers of high-class sport, to bookmakers, to form figurers and race followers in general. Long delays at the poet are tedious, especially in the fall when inolement weather ia to be expected and the limiting of the fields will prove a boon to Starter Dwyer. A seriouB complication which now stares the secretary of Worth in the face is, where to stable all the horses that want to race at the new track. There are less than seven hundred stalls at Worth and most of the horsemen now racing at Hawthorne or Harlem want to move their entire stables to Worth. Hawthorne and Harlem are in close proximity to each other and can divide stabling accommodations but aa Worth is some distance from either track the horsemen insist on moving bag and baggage to the new track. "There is but one way out of this situation," aaid Secretary Hiller yesterday, "I want to accommodate all the horsemen but they, will have to bring only horses to Worth that are fit and ready to race. As soon as Manager J. E. Wagner returns to the city I will eonsult him about the running of a special, horse train every morning from Harlem and Hawthorne to Worth." A letter recently received from S. C. Wagner, now at Sheepshead Bay, stated that a number of Western owners had approached him in regard to coming west for the fall meeting and requested that stable room be reserved for them. President John Powers is expected back from Europe, S. C. Wagner from New York and J. E. Wagner from his fishing trip the coming week, and a meeting of the directors will be held to decide "questions of moment for the Worth fall meeting. Bacing will begin promptly at 2 o'clock and six races will be carded, with a probability of seven on Saturday. Notice NOTICE. The Maywood Handicap, announced by the Harlem Jockey Clnb to be run on Saturday, September 11, is declared off under the provisions of Bule 11. Entrance fees, already paid, will be credited to the accounts of the origina 1 nominators. M. Nathanson, Secretary . Death of M. F. Dwyer's Son DEATH OF M. F. DWYEB'S SON. v New York. September 11. Young James Dwyer, son of M. F. Dwyer, died last night. Messrs. Whitney, Belmont, Mackay and Follansbee declared all their horses out of today's engagements on account of the death of the President. At a meeting this morning Messrs . Whitney and Belmont urged the closing of the track today, but in view of the fact that two of the greatest stakes of the year the Champion and Great Eastern Handicap were down for decision, and it being the last day of their racing season, the governors of the Coney Island Jockey Club formed a resolution to race off th original program of purses and stakes as advertised. Vast improvements are being made at the Aqueduct track. A new grandstand 225 feet long and 55 feet deep, to have a seating capacity of 3,500, will be a feature. The track has also been reconstructed and the dangerous first turn has been eliminated. A full seven furlongs CONTINUED ON THIRD PAGE. DEATH OF M. F. DWYER'S SON. Continued from First Page. chute will be made. A large new betting ring, new two-story club house and new stables are being erected. As a yearling Water Color was not offered at auction because he looked so bad that he would not elicit a bid. He was taken sick on his way from California to New York and at one time was at the point of death. M. T. Danaher has been engaged to train the horses owned by W. 8. Barnes of the Melbourne stud. William Jackman with $30,000 to the good is the largest winner on the season of the California contingent of bookmakers doing business at New York tracks. Joe Rose is '$10,000 winner. George Rose after a tremendous losing streak at Saratoga is about even. Page  Colors Registered COLORS REGISTERED. A. Ackerman, L. W blue, white sleeves and cap. Anderson, R. H., red and white stripes, black "R. H. A." on back. Applegate, W. E., white, blue sleeves, black cap. Armstrong & Harding, blue, white yoke, white sleeves with blue cuffs and. bars, blue and white cap. Arno, John, red, white and black hoops, green cap. Arthur, F. M., canary, purple sash, canary and purple cap. Arthur, James, green, white sash, green and white cap. B. Badinelli & Morse, .red, green sleeves, white cap. Baker & Gentry, old gold, black sleeves with gold hoops, white cap. Baker, W. R., black, blue sash, red cap. Barnes, W. S., scarlet, canary hoops on sleeves, canary cap. Barnett, C. T blue, yellow star on back, orange sleeves, yellow cap. Barker, C, black, orange sash, orange sleeves with black bars, black and orange cap, Barrett, T. E., green, white and orange stripes Beirsdorf, J. B.. yellow, white star on back. Belknap, George W., red, white stars. Bender, S. S., light blue, red sash. Bennett, George C, & Co., green, white diamonds. Bensinger, H., red, white, star on back, white sleeves, blue cap. Benson, L. W green, red cap. Bergen, E. M., olive green, red cuffs and cap. Berry, A. L., purple, gold bars on sleeves, gold "B" on back, gold cap. Billings, W. H., scarlet, blue hoops. Blackburn, J. C. S., red, white collar and sash, white bars and cuff s on sleeves, blue cap. Blakeley, A. G., black, scarlet sash and cap. Blardone, M., royal purple and white stripes, gold collar, cuffs and cap. Bohlmann, E. & L orange, green sleeves and cap. Bolich & Sweet, purple, American flag on back, orange sleeves and cap. Bonner, Fred, black, white "B" on back, red cap. Boots, C. T.. black, white sleeves, red cap. Bosler, William & Co., maroon, canary sash, sleeves and cap. Bowman Bros., crimson, old gold sash, old gold bars on sleeves, old gold band on cap. Boyd, F. L., black, yellow sash and cuffs. Bradley, Mrs. R., black, yellow bars on sleeves, yellow cap. Brannon, John B., lavender, white sash, pink sleeves and cap. Brenock, John, green, red, white and blue sash. Bronaugh, R. H., black, orange belt, yoke and cap. Brossman, C. E., gold, green shoulder straps, sleeves and cap. Brown, Ed., blue, white sash, sleeves and cap. Brown, J. H., pink, green Bash and cap, Brown, Julius, white, green and heliotrope checks, red sash, Brown, S. S., cherry, blue cap. Bryan, M. C, cerise, white hoops, cerise cap. Bryant, Samuel, blue, yellow polka dots, game chicken on back, yellow sleeves. Buell. George, red, blue bars on front and sleeves, red cap. Bunbury, B. C, black, blue yoke. Burdeau,C. K., old gold, white cap Burline, H. H silver, gold sash. Burns & Waterhouse, orange, blue sleeves, green cap. Burton & Lei th, old gold, blue polka dots. Buschemeyer, Charles F., Cuban red, white sleeves and cap. Bush, R. C, green, white crescent on back, green and white cap. Butler, B., purple, black sash. C. Call, John, white, black sleeves. Campbell, C. B., old gold, black maltese cross on back. Carey, Thomas, green and old gold stripes, white "C" on back. Carman, H, T., red, orange sash, white cap. Carroll, John, white, green sash and cap. Carroll, W. & J., red, blue sash, white cap. Carruthers & Shields, red and black stripes, white cap. Cassin, A., blue, white star on back, blue cap. Charles, S. J., green, yellow sash, black and white cap. Chinn & Forsythe, white, black band, red star on back, yellow cap. Clark, William, red, white sash. Clark, W. J., orange, blue sleeves and cap. Clark, W. W., red, white "C" on back, bine cap. Clay Bros., yale blue, orange sash, orange bars on sleeves, orange cap with black band. Clerico, J. & Co., old gold, blue bars on sleeves. Coleman, Geo., orange, orange and blue cap, Coles, T. F.. blue and old gold halves, blue cap. Collins, William S., green, white crescent on back, whito cap. Colt, J. W., green, white hoops. Connor, F. M., gresn, old gold "C" on back, old gold cap. Conway, Mrs. J. W. & Co., blue and white stripes, green sleeves, red sash and cuffs. Cook, Fred, black, green cross on back, green cap. Cooper, J. H., black, gold stars on back, red bars on sleeves, red cap with black tassel. Corrigan, P., green, red sash, gold band on cap. ! Costello, T., blue, orange bars on sleeves, orange sash and cap. Cotton, H. A., green, red diamonds, yellow cap. Cotton, W. E., scarlet, green sleeves with white bars, white cap. Cummings, W. 8., green, blue sleeves, white cap. Cunningham, J. D., scarlet, blue collar and cuffs. Curl, B. E., red, white and green thirds, green cap. Curl, C. W., seal brown, green sash, orange cap. Curl. James, brown, green sash, pink cap. Curtis, G. W., gold, black sleeves, blue sash and cap. Cushing, J. E blue, gold stars. ! Darden, W. W., straw, royal purple sash, white cap. Davis, James F., white, green sleeves and cap. Desha, J. & Co., turquoise bine, cerise and white cap. Dickson, R. T., green, white bars on sleeves, white "D" on back, blue cap. Dodson, C. S., red, green sleeves with red cuffs, white cap. Dolan, T. C, gray, red sash. Dolan, Thomas F., purple, orange sleeves, purple and orange cap. Donovan, R. W., peacock blue, led .shoulder straps. Doss, F. W., green and white halves, white cap. Dowd, E., green, white hoops. Drake & Oppenneim, scarlet, gold maltese cross on back, black sleeves. Dunne, J. J., purple, white cuffs. Dunne, P., green, white cap. Durham, H. B., orange, white sleeves, black cap. E. Ellison, C. R.. orange, black sleeves, purple cap. English, R. W., canary, cherry cap. Engman, W. A., purple, white sleeves, purple and white cap. ' Ezell, Louis, H blue and white halves, white cap. F. Farrell, Frank, black, gold sash, white sleeves. Farrell, William, black, green hoops, black cap. Fay, M., purple, red cap. Feely, T. P., pale blue, white sash, maroon cuffs and cap. Fersch, Ferd & Co., black and white halves, black and white cap. Finlen, Miles, green, silver yoke and sleeves. Finne, W. A., black, pink cap. Finney, Mrs. Louise, lavender and white stripes, white cap. Fitzgerald, Ed, green, red sleeves and cap. Fizer & Co., red, blue sleeves, white cap. Fleming, James, blue, white star and red crescent on back, black cap. Ford, Septimus, orange, black yoke. Forsythe Bros., crimson, white points, crimson and white cap. Forsythe, J. Will, blue, old gold points. Foster, George, black, orange sash, red sleeves and cap. Foster, Granville, white, union jack on back and sleeve, red cap. Frazee, L. D., cerise, black maltese cross on back, cerise and white cap. Fredman, Mrs, W. H., plum, blue sleeves and cap. Fries, I. M., red and white stripes, green cap. Fuller, J. W., red and orange stripes, white cap. Furst, H. & Co., old gold, white sash, blue cap. G. Gaines, S. T. & Bro., orange, blue sash, red cap. Gansel, B. E., black, blue sash and cap. Gardner, J., white, blue sleeves and cap. Gardner, F. L., red, yellow bars on shoulders, yellow cap. Garrigan, P. J. & Co., turquoise blue, white sash, maize yellow sleeves and cap. Gay. T. A. & Co., yellow, blue star on back, yellow and blue cap. Gtehlbach, E. J., white, blue sash and cuffs, ".red cap. Qeiger & Burns, red and black plaid, black cap ' with whito polka dots. Gerst, William, red, white and blue hoops, white cap. Gibbs, James, blue, red sash, black cap. Gibson, Hart Jr., pink. Gibson & Newman, maroon, yellow sash and sleeves, red cap. Gill, George, white, orange cuffs, black sash. Gilmore, J. J., green, white sleeves, green and white cap. Glasscock, Ira, pink, green sash, white cap. M tirace, D. V. & Co., purple, green bars on sleeves, green sash, purple and green cap. Grady, F. & Co., royal bine, white shoulder straps. Gray, F., scarlet, black "B" on back. Greely, John J., green, pink sash, pink and green cap. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE. COLORS REGISTERED Continued. Greenwood, W. D., black, black and yellow cap. Griffin, H. T., red, blue sash and cap. Griffin, James & Co., biack and white stripes, red cap. Griffin, Mrs. L scarlet, blue sash, canary cap. Grimes, George, black, red polka dots. Gum, Walter, cherry, white sash and cap. H. Hackett, John, steel gray, pink cap. Hak, C. & Sons, black, red sleeves, green cap. Hale, Brady, pink, blue sash, green cap. Haley Bros., white, red bars and cuffs on sleeves, red and white cap. Haley, R., gray, pink sash and cap. Hall, Mrs. M., royal purplo, gold sash, olive green and white cap. Hamilton, Mrs. L., white, purple polka dots, red cap. Harding, E. & Co., purple, white yoke and sleeves, blue cap. Harkins, T maroon, green sashes and cap, Harrington, D. & Co., red, green sash, red and . white cap. Harris, R. & Co., white and heliotrope plaid. Hasse & Morris, green and white stripes, green and white cap. Havill, G. B., white, magenta "H" on back, black and magenta cap. Hayden, C. H blue, canary diamonds, canary cap. Hayes, W. M., whito, red shoulder straps, blue sleeves, green cap. Hazelip, W. L., black, white sleeves, red saah and cap. Hedges, Walter, red and yellow halves, green sleeves and cap. Heinsqhn, Mrs. H., purple, white sash, red cap. Hendrick, James, green black sleeves and cap. Hennessey. R. M., red, white and green hoops, green sleeves and cap. Herendeen & Co., red and white stripes, red yoke, red and white cap. Hildreth, S. C, black, white sash, black and white cap. Hinde & Baker, canary, scarlet collar, cuffs and cap. Hirsch, E., blue, red and white sleeves and cap. Hirth. Julius P., white, blue sash, red cap. Hoffler. T. B., orange, green sleeves. Hoffman. Wood, white. American flag on back. Holt, J. F., green, red and blue cap. Hooo, J. D., green, pink sash. Hope, F. & Co., orange, black sleeves, black and orange cap. Howard, H. & Co., green, white "C. H." on back, whito cuffs, green and white cap. Huber, Peter H., black and white halves, black sleeves, green cap. Huffman, John, blue, red sleeves, orange cap. Huffman & Co., blue and white halves, red sleeves and cap. Hughes, Mrs. E. F., purple, old gold sash, red oars on sleeves, gold cap. Hughes, S. K. & Co., light blue. Hughes, V. & Co.. green, white hoop, white bars on sleeves, red cap. Hughes & Miller, green, cherry sashes and cap. Hunter, C. L., blue, white crescent on back, white cap. Hutchinson, W. C, old rose, green sash. . Hyner. D. R white, black sash and cuffs, black and white cap. J. Jackson. E. M., green, black sleeves, white cap. Jacobs, S. T. & Co., green, gold and purple hoops, green cap. Jageman & Weil, green, red yoke and cap. James, Joseph, red, white and black hoops, red, white and black cap. Jeff era, C. E. & Co., yale blue, white bars on sleeyes. Jennings, W. B., rod and whito stripes, white cap. Jepson, Christian, blue, whito sleeves, old gold cap. Jones, A. C, green and white halves, black sleeves, white cap. Jones, H. L. & Co., lavender, purple sash, purplo bars on sleeves, lavender and purple cap. Joplin & Co., white, red sash and cap. Jordan, M. B., black, white horseshoe on back, black and white cap. K. Kahn, M., green, pink sash and cap. Kaufman, Barney, yellow, white cuffs and cap. Keating & Hecker, green, white harp on back. Keene, J. O., burnt orange, black sash, cuffs and cap. Kelly, F. J., orange, red cuffs and cap. Kelly, P. J., green, blue sleeves and cap. Ketcheman, W H., green, white "K" on back. Kinder, E. B' purple, lavender sash and cap. Koch, M., purple, gold sash and cap. Krafft, William, black, white polka dots, black cap. Kush. A., red, white "K" on back, red and white cap. L. Lamasney Bros., red, black sash and cap, Lancaster. S. P., white, red stars. Landry, G., red, white and blue hoops, blue cap. Lansing, W. L., orange, whito sash and cap. Laudeman, W. H black, red sash, sleeves and cap. Lazarus, Samuel, red and white stripes, blue sash and cap with white stars. Lee, L. T., & Son, purple, old gold collar, cuffs, sash and cap. Leonard & Morgan, canary, green sashos and cap. Levin, L., plum, greon sash, yellow cap. Lewman, J. B. & Co., red, white sash and L'Hommedieu, S., blue, red bars on sleeves, yellow cap. sleeves. Licalzi, T.. blue, white stars and crescent on back, blue and old gold cap. Lightfoot, Frank, black, yellow sash and cuffs, whito cap. Lind, C, yellow, red and yellow cap. Linnell, A. M. & Co., gold, red, white and blue cap. Lockart Bros., terra cotta, white sash and cap. Long, George J., peacock blue, yellow sash and cap. a. MacLean, W. F.,'black, gold aash and sleeves, redcap. Maguire, P. A. J., pink, white sash, green cap. Mahone, C. E., black and yellow stripes. Maiden, Joseph, blue, gold sash, red cap. Maloney. M. J black, green and white hoops on sleeves. Mannion & Connoll, now- blue and emerald green halves, lemon sleeves, red cap. March, Emanuel, white, black sash, yellow caD. Marklein, J. J., blue, red, white and blue shield on back, red cap. Marion, Low, & Co., red, purple cap. Marston, John, black, green sash and cap. Martin & Feltham, red, green sleeves and cap, old gold cuffs. Mathews, W. G., orange, black sash, black hoops on sleeves, red cap,-Matthoi & Spoerl, red, white "M" on back. Maxwell, J. A. & Co., cerise, yellow yoke. May, W. H. & Son, white and orange stripes, orange cap. McCann, J. P., cherry, white sash, blue hoops on sleeves, blue cap. McCarthy, J. N.. green, white ham on back, .. hiQ b3F8 n sleeves, white cap. McCorkle. W. H scarlet, black cap. McDowell, Thomas C, white, black sash, white cap with black band. McGurn, Wm., blue, red diamond on back, red cuffs, red and black cap. McHale, J. T.. white, red polka dots, red cap. McLeroth, H. H red, greon diamonds. THE WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB. OFFICERS. Lawrence A. Young, Chairman. James Howard, Treasurer. George H. Kuhl, Secretary and Forfeit Clerk. STEWARDS. Lawrence A. Young. C. S. Bc3h, 8. R. Montgomery, E. Fitzgerald, George G. Perkins, M. Nathanson. OFFICE: 1512 ASHLAND BLOCK, CH1GASD. llMBIS. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Stewards will be held in Room 1512 Ashland Block, on Monday, October 7. RULINGS. For inconsistent racing, the entry of Alaska, ch. g, 6, by Feliowcharm, dam Sister to Ruth Ryan, has been ordered refused by the Harlem Jockey Club. For violation of the rules, Bert Ezell, assistant trainer, has been fined $50.00 and denied all track privileges until same is paid, by the Chicago Jockey Club. For a violation of the rules pertaining to the best interests of racing, Henry Bowie has been ruled oft the turf by the Chicago Jockey Club. The Chicago Jockey Club has ordered that the entries of Hold Bros, and the following horses be refused : Barton, br. g, a., by imp. Simple Simon, dam Birdie. Frangible, ch. g, 4, by Fonso, dam Miss Nannie. Krewer, b. c, 3, by imp. Dandie Dinmont, dam Drift. Simmonswald, b. g, 3, by Leonatus, dam Camilla. Apprentice Contracts Registered APPRENTICE CONTRACTS REGISTERED. Apperson, J. C, Knapp, W. S., irvin. George, Mclnorney, J., Ball, Frank, Mitchell, D., Beriman. B., Morris, H., Birkenruth, H., Munro, L. A., Boyd, J. L. Nelson, George, Davisson, Q., Otis, F., Dean, Thomas, Perlee, D. A., Dibble, D., Pope, Elmer, Donnelly, ., Ransom, R., Doss, Roy, Rice, Otto, Gormley. James Robertson, E., Helgesen, A.. Schwartz, John, HennessyjW., Smith, C. H., Higgins, W. A., Steele, R., Hope,E., Timms, F., Jackson, L. A., Wilkerson, G. Knight, T. , Wilson, W. J. , Duplicate Colors Claimed DUPLICATE COLORS CLAIMED. Colors claimed by the following owners were registered by others last year and cannot be used by present claimants : Blagg, W. A., Magee, T. M.. Bratton, John S, McConnell, J. A., Buol, Joseph H., McDonald, John, Cook, E. & Co., Meffert, J. F., Cook, G. W., Moore Bros., Conrad. M., Morris. John H., Crist. T. E. & Co., Muir, John, Croker, Richard, Neff, A. E., & Co., Dale, P. H. & Co., Nixon, J. W., Deneffe, R. W., Pugh, Joseph W., Doll Bros., Stull, John, & Co., Doolan & Bray, Smith, C. H Foley, W. J., Sullivan & Harris. Garrity & Co., Sullivan & Mulligan. Houston, Mrs. A., Swank, C. W., Herr, C. - Tyler, Owen, Jones, E. G., Velhagen, E., Kinney, D., Williams, Scott, LICENSES REVOKED. TRAINERS. Bronaugh, R. H., Ray, Charles, Hayes, W. M Sellers, C. H Johnston, J., Sexton, S. M., McCann, J. P., Swigert, R. A.. Mikel, L. B., Tomlinson, P. - JOCKEYS. Booker, C, Howell, H. J., Corner, T., Irvin, J., Dugan, C. Johnston, J., Hill, N., Nelson, William, Houston, F., Rose, L., APPRENTICES. Adams, John, Jackson, C, Adams, W., Moll. A., Fredricks.E., Todd, O., LICENSES REFUSED. TRAINERS. Billings, W. H Martin, W., Combs, J. T., Maulding. C. Daley, James, McDonald, Charles, DeNeffe, R. W., Scott, G. W., Doolan, E., Stewart, S. S., Hatton, J., Stickney, Dick, Hayes, T. P., Talbot, T. H Hurley, William, Thompson, Louis, Kittleman, F, J., Turney, Amos, Krafft, William, Wells, Walter, Loudon, Mack, Williams, F. J., Maddox, R. E Winter, J. F., JOCKEYS. Grantland, H., O'Neill, F., Henderson, Roy, Ray, N Martin, W., Walker, T., Miles, F., APPRENTICES., Masner, G., Walker, J., Robinson, H. W Winslett, O., The September Meeting THE SEPTEMBER MEETING. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Stewards of the Western Jockey Club was held on Monday, September 2. The Worth Jockey Club was allotted the dates October 10 to October 26, inclusive, and officials were approved as follows : M. N. Macfarlan, presiding judge. R. A. Hiller, secretary. Richard Dwyer, starter. Hugh E. Keough, patrol judge. James Loughman, paddock judge. P. P. Pomeroy, clerk of scales. M. N. Macfarlan and R. A. Hiller, handicap-pers. S. M. Apperson was appointed steward to represent the Western Jockey Club. The application of steeplechase jockey Spencer Sutherland for reinstatement was denied. Application of F. J. Kittleman for trainer's license was denied. The following applications for license were passed for future action: Trainers -N. M. Chrismon, R. W. DeNeffe, John Fleming, C. E. Waters, A. Huntley. Jockey William Valentine. The following licenses were revoked: Trainers W. M. Hayes, J. P. McCann. Jockeys C. Dugan, F. Houston, H. J. Howell Apprentice O. Todd. Disqualification of the following owners, trainers, jockeys and horses was removed : H. T. Batcheler, owner: A. Lyons, jockey: the horses Reducer, May Do, Graves and Will Gaaton. , , , , Baumheckel & Shade, owners: John Naylor, trainer; the horses Lady Kent, Flora Belle and May Cherry. . James H. Boyd and G. G. jiloshier, owners ; the horses Miss Linda, Colonel Fljnn, Aegin, Ruth N., Navarino and Pygna. John 8. Bratton, owner : Wm. Dickson, trainer ; the horses Verify, Sard, Meddlesome, Mrs. Grannan, Vacate, Honor Bright, Necklace, Prince of Delight, Hermion, Sublimity, Very Light, McLemore, Zoraide. Gratia and Judge Pettus. P. T. Chinn, owner: the horse Arachue. James Fleming, owner; the horses Eva Moe and Prestome. G. W. Cook, owner; A. E. Gates, trainer; W. H. Blake, jockey ; the horses Orontas, Benck-art, Merriment and Mango. J. J. Gilmore, owner; Charles Quinn, trainer; R. J. Gilmore, jockey; the horses Elsmore, Jim Breeze and a two-year-old filly by Wadsworth. J. L. Holland, owner ; the horse Osman Digna. P. H. Jones, owner; the horse Ethel Davis. C. Kean, owner; the horse The Dealer. W. F. MacLean, owner; C. N. Gates, trainer; the horses Angus, Basle, Daryl, Dalliance, Devil's Own and Gordon M. S. G. Morton, owner; the horse Cerro Santa. Wm. Newman and W. Atchinson, owners ; the horses Masterful, Inniscara and Minute Gun. Charles O'Connor, owner; W. O'Connor, trainer; the horses Hinsdale and Hija. Joseph W. Pugh, owner: J. W. Hall, trainer; L. Jackson, jockey ; the horses Baronet, Uledi, Erema, St. Hera, Silk Cord, Waninta and An-gea. R. E. L. Rice, owner; A. Minder and I. Washington, jockeys ; the horses Woodtrice, Coralis, Scotch Bramble, Waterhouse, Botina, Sempire and Pearl Ban. D. P. Rodgers and W. B. Freeman, owners ; the horses Georgie, Dissolute, Kentucky, B. G. Fox, Amoroso, Princess Evelyn and Dougherty. C. F. Yrrall, owner; the horse Auld Lang Syne. T. L. Pierce, owner, and for steeplechase and hurdle races only, the horses Coley, Dewey D and E. C. Russell. W. J. Donohue, owner and trainer. W. H. Blake, jockey. David Earl, jockey. , J. Miller, jockey. Land Ho, property of A. G. Blakely. Delmarch, property of John Stull & Co. Ed Roth, property of J. J. Marklein. Newton W., property of C. S. Dodson. Irish Jewel, property of A. HI Vivell. Applications for License APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSE. TRAINERS. Gates, A. E., Hall, John W., Rimmey, W. W., JOCKEYS. Jackson, L., APPRENTICES. Bowman, William, Morris, John J., Price, Claude, Page  Dailu Racing Form IBHUHD XY3BY DAY. Bmerloan Turf Congress Record OFflOIAIi OBQAN OF THE AMERICAN TUEF CONQBK88 AND Western Jockey Club Bulletin OFFICIAL OE3AN OF THE WESTERN JOCKEY OLUB. Bditob and Pbotbietob , F. H. BBUNEI.Ii. Absooiath Editob, Clinton O. Biley. EUBOBKTABT, MBS. F. H. BEUNELIi. Matered In tht Post Offioe at Chicago as second claaa matter. A Dally Reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph, AILY RAGING FOBM PUBLISHING CO. COPYRIGHTED. Smterad according to Act of GongresB, in the yaar 191. by Frank H. Bronall, in tha offloa of tha Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C, TJ. B. A. I The chart and indaz numbers and track form of Daily. BAoma Form mnet not ba used. Thay ara copyrighted daily and will ba keenly protected, A&-126 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. CHICAGO, ILL., SEPTEMBER 15, 1901. Bunco -Broncho Information Co. With Racing Declared Off May God forever bless the noble act of the patriotic man to whom we owe every respectful thanks for the past five years continued and now high-class racing. MOSM- lllin MONDAY. IflUU DAY. As all newspaper handicappers say the Colonel for mud or heavy track cannot be beaten. FIRST RACE 5 TO 10 TO I SHOT. THE STAKE RACE WINNER 8 TO I. FIFTH RACE 6 TO 20 TO I. This I guarantee to run one-two and the best thing of the day. SIXTH RACE ODDS 20 TO 50 TO I. Guaranteeing three special winners or refund your money. Praying for continued rain or heavy, slow, dead track to guarantee daily three winners. ATTENTION THURSDAY. I have a 20 to I shot at New York, Next Saturday the big stake winner. Another Yankee-Odds 3 to I. Special daily city sheets with all raceB 1.00. Six Specials for $10 or $2 for One. Wired to any part of the world. May require two weakB to deliver as only wire horses of odds not hot favorites. H. J. Allard always at office to explain any matter. I with my track man every morning as you know. Office 176 S. Clark St., in ticket office. On Bale at 11:30 a.m. at newsstand southeast corner Clark and Madison Sts. COL. 3. C. WOOTEB8, MGR., 94 LINCOLN ATE. AUCTION - - SALE. DR. H. E. ROWELL'S STABLE. Including Malay, St. Cuthberi, Alee, Etc., will bo sold at Hawthorne Paddock, Monday, September 16, AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP. Hawthorne Bargain Week. IZZZ" SAME AS ADVERTISED LAST WEEK. Five Out of Six Extra Specials Won ONE MONDAY GOOD THING IN VIEW. a NflTIPF Next weak at Hawthorne lam on the inside of J1U 1 tUCli several exceptional good things that have been esoecially prepared to b) cut loose for large coups. I have made contracts to pay high prices to bo declared in on several of them, and only let those in on these that subsoriba in advance and help me pay for this information. 1 wiU wire these to any city as they COME OFF by SPECIAL. TELEGRAPH CODE or send them tojlocal patrons by SPECIAL DELIVERY in plain envelope. BATES: $2.00 EACH OR THE THREE FOR $5.0. Chicago and St. Louis' Most FV inPlfCV If IP D DITTO II ROOM 610, Successful Handicappar LA-JUuIVlI VIU Dill 1 I Ull 225 DEARBORN ST. Special Sheet also for Sale at Hotels, Cigar Stands and Race Track Fruit Stand. 5 to 1 5 to I SHOT FIRST RACE MONDAY A killing will be made on this good thing, tha lite of which will not occur again this year. Of all the special good things that we have given out this year, w consider this one the vary bsst. This horse can and will win on a fast or heavy track. 3 to 6 to I SHOT FOURTH RACE. PLUNGE THE LIMIT ON THIS CINCH REMEMBER, the above two good things are INSIDE INFORMATION, and as both horss are in splendid condition and, as above state 3, cm and will win on a fast or heavy track, we caution you under no circumstance to fail to obtain thns4 two extra spacials. Form Letter Handicap on all races ready at 9. a. m. TERMS $1.00 DAILY. $4.00 WEEKLY. RAGE TRACK INFORMATION BUREAU SUITE 500, 263-260 DEARBORN STREET. Also sold at Kolman'a Cigar Store, 267 Dearborn St. Telephone Harrison 1580. LONG SHOT WEEK. Monday the racing scene ahifts to Hawthorne and the track there is knea deep in mad. We are in the know on sevoral good things that will be cat loose all during too coming waste. Monday we will start the ball a-rolling with a 10 to 1 shot that will win by a block. This horse a cracker-jack on a heavy track. The only disappointment to his owner is that Caviar i not in the same race, eo the odds would be greater. No client should miss this golden opportunity to make money. Remember, no guess work goes with ns; wa are nevar shooting at the m )oo. Picking wioaars on a heavy track is or never was a hard task for us. LaBt winter when all other h mdicapperi hid themselves we were there and always delivered the goods. $3.00 WEEKLY. WIRED AT 10 A.M. The American Handicappers, Reynolds & Co.. 72. II 9 Dearborn St. DON'T HESITATE I ! Now is th9 time to lay in your winter coal. Onr success hia bein pheaom9ial, nd will still continue. Our INSIDE information iB procured from the moat reputable horse owners in the business, consequently we Guarantee All Our Specials. We have in our employ two of the most oxprt hndicappars in the business. THItJ 13 BARGAIN WEEK so send early and avoid the rush. EXTRA - SPECIAL - FOR - THURSDAY So confident are we of its winning thit wa will charge NOTHING IN ADVANCE. Only send us the winnings of a S2 bet. We will famish the FAMOUS Batting dystam FREE upon application. OUR TERMS: $1.00 DAILY. $5.00 WEEKLY. Wired in cipher to any part of tha United States. Local sheets ready at 11 a.m. The Great Western Guarantee Information Bureau. BOOM 803, ADAMS EXPRESS BUILDING, CHICAGO Three Grand Specials. 8 TO I OR BETTER FIRST RAGE. 15 TO I OR BETTER SECOND RACE. 6 TO I OR BETTER FIFTH RACE. We have received straight inside information on thess three good things that they will all win. vVo will GO AR ANTE E two of them to win or give Tuesday's long shot FREE. These horses are great mudlarks and we advise all our readers to call or send for same. Tueeday, SO to 1 shot, this horse revels in the mud. Wed-1 neBday, a grand extra special and guaranteed to win. Delivered to any part of tho city. Out of town subscribers solicited. Send in your mail order. Ready or wired 9:00 a. m. Terms $1 Daily, $2 Three Days, $4 Weekly. CHICAGO INFORMATION CO. ROOM 708, 235 DEARBORN ST., TEL. 3161 HABBISON. CHICAGO. Wantefl at Qqcb. Full price paid for Daily Racing Form's Books of May, 1901, delivered in good condition at this office. TURF FOLLOWERS A trial will convince yon that the information I impart to you on the races comes from the moat reliable sources and is unsqualed. NO MONEY IN ADVANCE. For particulars address F. R. BOLLAND, LOCK BOX 042, CHICAGO, ILL. AUCTION SALE. Dispersal of race horses in training including THE FAST FILLY PRONTA. RESEDA (MILE 1 :40) AND OMDURMAN. Tuesday, September 17, 1901, at 1 o'clock sharp. IN PADDOCK HAWTHORNE RACE TRACK. Property of Middleton & Jungblutb. C. B. Raid, Trainer. Clem Greveling, Auctioneer, Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. F. B. : (1) A combination is a bet that two or -mora horsea will win at odds displayed or agreed upon at the time the bet is made, and is usually, but not always, lost when one of the horses is scratched. (2) A parolee ia a bet that two or more horses will win at track, or room or "ticker" odds, accumulating, and in case of scratches remains flood as to such horses as are not scratched. (3) The answer to the other person's query did not relate to your case, but was an entirely different proposition. Racing at Harlem Saturday having been declared off the horses composing Dr. H. E.-Row-all's stable were not sold, as had been intended, but they will be sold at Hawthorne to-morrow at 1 p.m. instead. Some excellent campaigners, with the fast horee Malay at the head, will no doubt prove profitable investments. Hawthorne Form HAW1H OBNK FORM. Tha form of Monday's Hawthorne fields iB : First Bace Brownie Anderson, Mondoro, Pay Mo. Second Baco Amirante, J. V. Kirby, Evening Star. Third Race Mazo, Eva Moe.Captain Conover. Fourth Bace Sevoy, Maggie Davis, Toah. Fifth Bace Barrack, Argregor, Strangest. Sixth Bace Flying Torpedo, FalBe Lead, Our Nellie. Seventh Bae'e Merito, Brutal, McChesney. Hawthorne Entries HAWTHORNE ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear: track heavy. First Bace 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Balling. Ind. HorsaB. Age. Wt. Hdcp. 28172 Banco 4....10S 680 28177S Prairie Dog 4... 101 670 S1772Mondoro 4... .101 715 281453 Andes 5.... 99 690 24733 Jim W 5.... 99 690 (28271)E1 Qhor 5.... 99 700 (28116) Man of Honor 4.... 96 685 28225JKentucky Babe 4.... 96 670 (2827S)PayMe 3.... 92 705 28090Riverdale 4.... 92 670 28036 Helen Paxton 5.... 92 690 27892 Brownie Anderson 4.... 92 725 Second Bace 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 282482 Jack Rattlin 108 680 276813Merriment 107 670 282483 Amirante 105 700 20353 J. V. Kirby 105 695 27943)Hormis 102 675 280302Qolden Glitter 102 675 (28079)8tella Parkins 102 670 27967 Burnett WaUace 102 650 28124 EveningStar 102 685 28272 Dodie 8 s 99 650 286272 Wild Oats 98 665 28146 Duke of Connaught 98 600 Third Bace Short Course. Steeplechase. 4-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 28222 Eva Moe 4.. ..140 640 (28270)Mazo. 5. .. 137 650 28062 Corrillo 5.. ..136 600 28268 MacLaren 4. ...130 590 28062 Cassio 5....127 ......550 282703 Saintly... 4....127 610 28270 Captain Conover 5....127 625 Fourth Bace 3-4 Mile. All Ages. Handicap. Tha Fleetfoot Stakes. $1,000 added. (28221)MiBS Bennett 3... .112 . 700 281482Headwater 5 .. 107 690 28221 Money Mues 3 .. 101 690 (28148) Maggie Davis 5... 100 715 28148 Sevoy 6.... 98 725 28061 Toah 3.... 91 710 281993Jaubert 2.... 90 700 Fifth Bace 1 1-16 Miles. 3-y ear-olds and upward. Handicap. 282233Pink Coat 6... .116 725 27833 Cambrian 5... 115 735 282463Jiminez 3 ...108 710 (28149) Argregor 3... .101 745 272233 Barrack 4 .. 100 750 2822S28trangest 5. ...100 740 28033 Obia 3 ... 98 .700 (28200)Searcher 3.... 91 735 28246 Boney Boy 5 ... 90 700 Sixth Bace 1 1-4 Miles. 3-year-oldB and upward. Belling. 24805 Yoloco 4. ...105 650 (28115)Sarilla 4....103 690 (28225)Fljiog Torpedo 3 ...103 725 27225 OurNellie 5....102 700 (28059) Golden Scepter... 4.. ..102 685 27888 The Bondman 5.... 102 650 282012False Lead 5.. ..101 710 28197 Hanan 5.... 97 695 28245 Conundrum 3 ... 92 695 28225 LittlaElkin 8.... 91 690 Seventh Bace 1 Mile. All Ages. Allowances. 28176 8enator Beveridge 3... .108 670 267243 Hard Knot 5.. ..107 695 (28200V3eareher 3 ...105 5P95 28066 KingDellis 4....10S 705 262872 Merito 4.... 100 725 280343MacGyle 4.. ..100 675 28200 Formero . 5.... 100 650 (28M9)Brntal 3 ...100 710 (22181)Lord Roberts 3.... 93 650 281243McChesney 2.... 85 710 (28272)Rag Tag 2.... 85 685 28248 Miracle II 2 ... 77 675 Notice NOTICK. The form book for August is ready for Bala and includes the racing of Saturday, August 31. Bo many form books of recent months were lost in the mails that non-residents are advised, whtD ordering the Auaust book,to Bend 10 cants for tht purpose of having their orders sent aa regit-tared mail, thereby insuring delivery . Page  ffestern Jockey Club Bulletin, SUPPLEMENT TO DAILY RACING FORM. The Bulletin is the Official Organ of The Western Jockey Club. Published for the Western Jockey Club by Daily Racing Form Publishing Company. 124-126 FIFTH AVENUE, CHICAGO, ILL. CHICAGO, ILL., SEPTEMBER 16, 1901. Licenses Granted LICENSES GRANTED. TEATNKES. Allen, Dudley, Glasscock, Ira, Allen, W. H., Knapp, William, Arthur, F. M., Kohrmann, J., Baker, A., Lamasney, Dan, Baker, D. A., Larkin, D., Baker, W. R., Leary, D. E Barnett, C. T., Lind, Charles, Belknap G. W., Linnell, E., Benson, L. W., Lister, W. W., Berry, A. L.. Lyman, John, Blakely, A. G., Mack. Charles, Blagg, R. H., Malone, R. E., Bonner, Fred, Mannion, W.. Boots, C. T., Marders, B. L., Brannon, J. B., Marklein, J. J., Brannon, J. S., Mathews, W. G., Brewster. E., Marion, Lew, Brooks, Dick, Martin, Chris., Brossman. C. E., Mayberry, J. P., Brown, Ed., McCabe, Frank, Brown, Julius, McCafferty, C. C., Brown, Thomas, McCarthy. J. N., Bryan, Joe, McDowell, T. C, Bryant, Samuel, McHale. T. J., Buckner, W. H. McLaughlin, A. B., BuelI,iGeorge, McMillan. R., Bunnury, B. C, Mertz, C. C, Burns, John, Milam, J. C, Burton, Mark, Miller, C. W. Butler, J. E., Miller, F. T., Campbell, R. E Miller, Robert. Carmody. J.'T., Mohaghan, T., Carr, Felix, Montgomery, T. J., Carroll, John, Moore, J. W., Cassin, E.. Morgan. H., Cheek, Henry, Morris, J. H., Chrismon, N. M., Morton, George, Clay, Woodford., Moshier, F. C. Clayton, J. D., Muir, W. T. Cleary, Edward Mulkey, John, Cockrell, Wes., Murphy, James, Coleman, George, Myers, F. J., Coles, T. F., Nicholson, Robert, Colston, R. Nixon, J. W. Conway, J. W., O'Brien, Dan, Conway, W. J Ogles, J. J., Conroy, M. L Oots, Howard, Cooper, James H Patterson, G. B., Cotton. W. E., Paul. J. M., Covington. G. W., Pembelton, W. B., Cowan, John, Peterson, C., Curl.B.E., v Pfeffie.H., Curl, James. Phillips. W. E Curtis, G. W., Pratt, Steve, Cushing. J. E., Reed, John, Darden. W. W., Reid, C. B., Davis, N. B., "Respess, J. B DeWitt, C, Richardson, Ed., Diebold. C. H., Riddle, H. C, Dolan, J. F., Risley, E., Donovan, R. W., Robertson, G. A., Doreey, Charles, Rodegap, John, Doss, F. W., Roller, W. H., Dowell, John, Rowe, George, Dunne, J. J., Rowell, H. E., Dunne, Michael, Rutledge. A., Dunne, P., Ryan, T. H.. Durham, H. B. Sanders, C. F., Edwards, J. K., Saxton, H. I., Ellison, George, Schorr, J. F., Everman. James, Sellers, J. J., Ezell, L. H. Soils, H. D., Farley. Wm., Shafer, George, Fant, C. V., Shields, William, Fields, Ben, Shea, J. B., Finch, John, Sigler, George, Fleming, James, Simons, Albert, Foley, W. J., Smith. H. J., Forbes, Alex., Smith. J. D., Foster, George, Smith, R., Franklin, A. C, Spence, K., Frazee, L. D., Spicer, W. T., 1 FuUer, J. W., Sproul, G. O., Furst, Harry. Stevens, Albert, Gardner, F. L., Stevenson, W. H., Gardner, Harry, Stewart, J, E., Gardner, J., Stewart, J. T., Gates, C. N., Stockton, G. B., Gehlbach, E. J., Strahl, D. A., Gibbs, James, Stall, John, Gibson, Duncan, Summers, S. H., Goode. William, Sweet. U. G. Graver, J. W. Talley, E. L., Gray, J. B., Taylor, A., Gray, John C, Thompson, R. 8., Griffin, James, Tompkins, G. R., Grimes, George, Trotter, Edward, Gum, Walter, Tucker, R.. Hale, Brady. Valentine, H. P., Hardin, W. E., Vanmeter, F. B.. Harkins, Thomas, Vanmeter, T. W.L., Harrington, John, Varwig, H., Jr., Harding. E., Vincent. B. Harris, George, Vivell, A. H Harris, Silas, Wade, A. S., Henderson, W. V., Ward, John S., Hennessey, R. M., Walker, George, Hildreth, 8. C, Wallace, W. M., Hill, Charles, Watkins, J ames, Hopkins, W. S. Watters, C. M., Howe, James, Weaver. J. T., Huffman, John, Whitman. C. A., Hughes, E. F., Whyte, Ed, Hughes, C. H., Widener, W. J., Hughes. S. K., Williams, C. H., Hummel. William. Williams. Ed.. James, Joseph, Williams, Scott., Jennings, W. B., Wilson, J. W., Jepsen, C, Winder, L., Jones, A. C., Wood, F. T. Jones, F. A., Wood, Peter, Jones, Linck, Woodard, W. T.. Jr., Kelley, G. D., Worthington, Howard, Kelsey, C. O., Wray, Harry, King, C. N. Young, J. M JOCKEYS. Arvin, George, Lewis, I., Alexander, H., Lewis, O. Baker, J. R. Loyd, Leman, Bartley, A., Martin, J., Bassinger, I., Martin, W. H., Bayless, F., Mathews, J., Bergen, M., McKeand, E., Beriman, B., McKenna, Hugh, Birkenruth. H., Meade, Thomas, Blake, W. H., Meagher, P. Bowman, E. S., Miller, J., Boyd, J. L., Mitchell. D., Britton, T. M., Morris, E., Brock, A. E., Mulloy, H., Brodie, S Narvaez, R,, Bullman, John, Nutt, W., Butler, H., O'Connor, W., Butler, T. G., Odom, George, Carter, J., Otis, F. Churchill, R Pemberton, E., Clay, P.. Porter, 8., Conley, J., Hansen, J., Crowhurst, R. Ransom, R., Daly, M., Regan, S. E. Dean, T., Rice, O., De Sota, E. C, Roy, E., Dolan, L., flutter, F. Dominick, E., Saffell, H. L., Donnelly, E., Schwartz, John, Doss, Roy, Seaton, EL., Dnnn, M. See, W Ellis, E. D.. Slater, R., Ellison, George. Silvers, B Farrell, W. L., Smith, R.. Ferguson, A. K. Spencer. H. A., Fox, W. S., Steele, R., ' Gaines, June, Sullivan, R. S., Gisborn, Fred, Sutherland, S. Gouin, B. Taylor, R., Harshberger, J., Timms, F., Helgesen, A., Turner, N. Hicks, J., Valentine, F Higgins, J. J., Vickrey, H., Hope, E., Vititoe, H., Houlahan, William, Walsh, James, Hnghes, W., Ward, J.. Irven, J. E., Webb, L. M., Jackson, C. D., Weir, E. J., Jackson, R., Wilson, D., Johnson, C, Woods, J., Jones, V. Woods. J. T Kelly, Edward, Worthington, R.t Kennedy. R., Wilson, W. Knapp, W. S Wright, C, Knight, Thomas, Young, W., APPRENTICES. Apperson, J. C, McGovern, P. J., Bail, Frank, Mensior, F., Baptiste, Joseph. Mewes, W., Burton, J., Miller, E., Cash. R., Munro, L. A. Cassidy, B. R., Murphy, W Chambers, John, Nelson, George Clark, Jj, Perlee, D. A Dibble, D., Pope, Elmer, Easterling, F., Short, H., Ezell, R. Uehlin, R. Fields, F., Vest, John. Franklin, C, Wall, L. S., Graham, J Welch, W.. Hennessy, W., . Williams, F. E., . Higgins, W. A Wilson, H. Hill, M., Wilson, W. J., Jackson, L. A., Zimmerman, L. Kingston, H Forfeits and Arrears FORFEITS AND ARREARS. From Whom Due. Horse. Amt. Atkin & Lottridge .... Entrance fees .... $ 60.00 Baldwin, E. J. (W. J. Speirs) .-. Entrance fees and arrears......... 140.00 Barnes, W. S Entrance fees 315.00 Bate, Tyree Lucy Allen 50.00 Bauer, J., Jr., & Co... . Francisca 50.00 Bauer, J Jr., & Co... Duchess of York . 50.00 Beck, Adam My Maryland ..... 50.00 Bender, S. S Aaron ... 30.00 Bitzer, Peter Prior 50.00 Bitzer, Peter Wayne 50.00 Brown, H. D Entrance fees ... . 40 00 Brown, H. D Entrance fees.... 50.00 Cahn, A Entrance fees.... 30.00 Cahn, A Ida Cicalla 40.00 Cahn, A Cape Jessamine. 40.00 Cahn, A Declaration fees. 30 00 Cahn, Jule & Co Entrance fees 10.00 Calvert, T. G Fairy Day 50.00 Carter, James V Time 50.00 Cavanaugh, J. F Entrance fees 30.00 China, PhilT Elsburg 85.00 Chinn, PhilT Arachne 85.00 GLvill, P. M Entrance fees.... 35.00 Civill, P. M Entrance fees ... . 200.00 CiviU, P. M Entrance fees .... 190.00 Clay, George H Cathay 50.00 Cleveland, W. K Declaration fee.. 15.00 Crabb.T.S Fairy Gift 50.00 Crabb, T. S Fairy Gift 40.00 Curry, Gil Entrance fees 85.00 Cutler & Miles Spanish Princess 50.00 Darden, W. W Entrance fees ... . 55.00 DeNeff e & Cromwell. . Faywood 25.00 Donovan, John J Babbie 50.00 Duffy, H. C Ordelle 50.00 Durnell, C. E Entrance fees .... 35.00 Durnell, C. E Entrance fees .... 140.00 . Earnshaw Bros Entrance fees 20.00 Fenton, T. &JCo Entrance fees ... . 30.00 Fenton, T. & Co Entrance fees.... 70.00 Fizer&Co Entrance fees.... 40.00 Fizer & Co Entrance fees .... 30.00 Fogg. J. F Entrance fees ... . 10.00 Forsythe, C.J Entrance fees ... . 20.00 Forsythe, Mrs. C. J. .. Entrance fees 10.00 Forsythe, R.B Entrance fees.... 20.00 Foster & Brumfield . . . Entrance fees 20.00 Fredman, W. H Entrance fees.... 30.00 Freudenberg, C. A.... Blue Jacket 50.00 Gaines, S. T. & Bro . . . Entrance fees .... 50.00 Gaines, S. T. & Bro . . . Entrance fees .... 30.00 Gardner, John Entrance fees 30.00 Gardner, J. Entrance fees.... 25.00 Gardner, J Entrance fees 30.00 Gibson, A. T Dawfyd 10.00 Godfrey, John Miss Fairmount. 50.00 Gooding, A. P Lady Bramble... 50.00 Goodinxr, A. P Sister Sudie 50.00 Grey, f.A Entrance fees.... 10.00 Hale, Brady Carruthers 10.00 Hall, M. M. & Co Prosper La Gai.. 50.00 Halmbeck, B Jack Hayes 25.00 Harrison, J. B Presume 50.00 Hiner, R.J High Tone 50.00 Hiner, R.J...... Queen Carnival . . 40.00 Hiner, R.J Queen Carnival.. 50.00 Holman, 8. N Entrance fees.... 90.00 Huffman, John Jockey fee "5.00 Hughes, M. S Entrance fees.... 130.00 Hutchinson, W. C Entrance fees 65.00 Hyner, John (Mc- Chesney & Oots) . . Harry Yocum .... 50.00 Jefferson, Clark Love Letter 50.00 Johnson, A. Sidney . . . Fair Penitent .... 50.00 Jordan, Eli Major Mansir.... 50.00 Ketcheman, W. H Free Lance 25.00 Ketcheman, W. H Entrance fees.... 30.00 Kiley, T .'. . . Entrance fees ... . 40.00 KingT Prize 10.00 Lansing, W. L Entrance fees.... 5.00 LeFebur, John . .. Margery B 50.00 Leigh, H. E Entrance fees ... . 158.00 Littrell, G.W Bessie L 50.00 Madden, J. E Entrance fees 10.00 Magee, T. A .' Declaration fees. 60.00 Magrane, W. P Entrance fees ... . 30.00 Magrane, W. P Entrance fees and arrears .. 113.00 March, E Entrance fees 40.00 McCafferty, J. J. (E. F.SimmB The Puritan 50.00 McCafferty. J. J Entrance fees 50.00 McCafferey, John (W. P. Magrane) Entrance fees.... 115.00 McCay&Co Entrance fees.... 75.00 McCay & Co., (Gil ; Curry Entrance fees.... 75.00 McClelland, B Alma Mater 50.00 He Hugh, J. H Entrance fees 10.00 McKeever Bros Andelia filly 50 00 McKeever Bros Eleanor R 50.00 McLean, C. R.., Faith Ward 10.00 McLean. C. R Entrance fees.... 20.00 McNangnt, J Entrance fees 20.00 Meehan, J. P Entrance fees.... 10.00 Million. B.B Justus Goebel.... 50.00. Million, B. B Star Florist 50.00 Mitchell, M Domozetta 25.00 Moore, George H Entrance fees 35.00 Moore, W. D Wager 50.00 Morgan, Mrs. H Entrance feos.... 10.00 Myles, F Zamboanga 25.00 Napier, James W Entrance fees 30.00 Newman, Wm Masterful 10.00 Nichols & Talbot Lady Eon EO.OO Oliver, W. L Entrance fees ... . 250 00 Owsley, H. H Katie Welch 50.00 Patterson, C. T Arrears 177.00 Patterson, C. T Entrance fees.... 50.00 Pepper, Jamee E Entrance fees.... 388.50 1 Pepper, J. E Entrance fees.... 65.00 Pierce, Z.T Hy Admiral 25.00 Powers, John Entrance fees .... 20.00 Raggio, D. C Entrance fees.... 20.00 Railey, C.L Ierne (2) 100.00 Rainey , W. H Entrance fees ... . 40.00 Reed, S. G., (estate).. Thorn Blossom .. 50.00 Rice & Co. (O.O. West Jr Domestic 50.00 Robinson & Leach Entrance fees.... 125.00 Roche, W. J Entrance fees ... . 40.00 Rodgers, M. & Co Entrance fees ... . 20.00 Rose. R. L. (E. F. Simms) Mark Twain 50.00 Sandford, R. H. (T. S. Crabb) Bull Skin 50.00 Schreiber, B Entrance fees.... 195.00 Schreiber, B Belle Shot 40,00 Schreiber, B. Proposal 40.00 8chreiber, B. . , Entrance fees . . . . 130.00 8elf, Wm. E Aunt Rachael.... 40.00 Shipp, J.V Concha 50.00 Simms, E. F The Covenanter. 50.00 Simms, E. F Albert Edward. .. 50.00 Simpson & Marders... Pink Dress 50,00 Simpson & Marders... Chloris 50.00 Smillie, A. N Tomoro 50.00 Smillie, A. N Florida Rose.... 50.00 Smith, H. R Louise Hooker .. 50.00 Snider, H. F Rebecca Wells (2 100.00 Stanfield. W. L Jim Hale 20.00 Stanfleld , W. L Entrance fees .... 30.00 Stanhope, H. H Murano 50.00 Stanton, P Entrance fees 155.00 Streett. 8. W Entrance fees.... 40.00 Tarr, William Mary T 50.00 Thompson Bros Feign (2) 100.00 Thurman, A. L Marion Forsythe filly 50.00 Thurman, A. L Tusea 50.00 Thurman, A. W Red Ducheese . . . . 50.00 Thurman, A. W Dundoff 50.00 Tomlinson& Woodford Entrance fees .... 10 00 Tomlinson& Woodford Queen Dixon 50.00 Tomlinson, P. & Co... Entrance fees.;.. 40.00 Tomlinson, P. & Co. .. Entrance fees ... 50.00 Tomlinson, P. Entrance fees.... 120.00 Viley, J. B. (Settle & Co.) Entrance fees.... 20.00 Wachter, E. G Entrance fees.... 1000 Wallace fc Perry Entrance fees.... 40.00 West, P. M &Co.... Cedarbrook 25.00 Widener, W. J Amelia 50.00 Widonor, W. J Lulu Geib 50.00 Wiethoff, F.A. & Co.. Gertie Bailey.... 50.00 Wiethoff, F. A. & Co.. Belle of St. Clair. 50.00 Wilson, James Entrance fees.... 65.00 Weaver, J. T.& Co.... Arrears 60.00 Weir, W Entrance fees.... 20.00 Withers, George Little Smoke.... 25.00 Page  Coney Island Form Chart CONEY ISLAND FORM CHART. SHBEP3HEAD BAY, Li. I., September 14. Thirteenth day. Coney Island Jockey Glnb. Fall Meeting. Weather clear; track fast. Presiding Judge, Clarence McDowell. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. Racing starts at 2 :30 p. m. i OQOOQ FIRST BACK Fall Course. (About 2 1-2 miles.) 3-year-olds and upward. iaOua Handicap. The WeBtbury Steeplechase. $1,200 added. Ind Horses A Wt St 4 8. 12 16 StrFin Jockeys Owners O fl O P 281562ZINZIBKR 4 136 3 5 5 23 22 13 15 Veitch Mr Chamblett 3i 5 4 7-5 (28905) FULMINATE 5 156 2 Si 3" 46 3 38 22 Mara J E Widener 5 6 5 8-5 28156 OR MAN 4 147 5 13 16 li Hi 2U 3" Finnegan I N Megargee 6 7 7 2 28005JT. BACHELOR8 145 1 21 23 33 415 430 450 Green T Hitchcock Jr 2 2 8-5 3-5 278933TRILLION 10 134 4 41 4i 5 5 5 5 G 8mith W C HayeB 8 10 9 3 "28067 CHEESEMITE5 136 6 Fell. Monahau JHMcUormick 5 7 7 2 Time, 5:19. Winner Ch. g, by Meddler Zegri. Went to post at 2 :30. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily ; second the eame. Zinziber -was much the best, outgamed and outraced the others at all stages and was never fully extended, He wan a very cleverly managed horse and his running today confirms an existing opinion as to 'the suspicious riding of Veitch in his previous efforts. Fulminate, after trailing the field for two miles, finished fast. Orman tired after setting a stiff pace, but is a clever jumper and ran a game race. The Bachelor ran dully today and was under pressure from the start. He fenced poorly, in addition to being afflicted with the slows. Scratched 28156 Decameron, 135 ; 27987 Fabius, 130. Zinziber, show, "8 to 5. Fulminate, show, 4 to 5. Orman, show, evens. The Bachelor, ehbw. 1 to 3. ' OQ9QQ SECOND RACE 3-4 Mile. (On Main Track.) $1,000 added. AlO ai0 3-year-olds and upward. Highweight Handicap. . Ind Horses A Wt St X K X StrFin Jockey Owners O H V P -28111 MUSETTE 4 120 2 12 Hi H 12 McCue J S Ferguson 5 8 7 2i 28153CERVERA 3 122 1 22 23 2 22 Odom G B Walters 5 6 6 2 28038)RKDPATH 4 133 5 7i 51 3 3h O'Connor T Hitchcock Jr 2i 3 13-51 281M)DUELIST 3 125 8 8 8 5 4 Wonderly Chinn & Forsythe 8 8 7 2 28230 ISIA 3 119 7 6i 6i 6 51 N Turner Sullivan & HarriB3 5 5 2 28153 KING PEPPER 3 128 6 3ii 31 4" 62 BeauchampPepper Stable 4 6 6 2 28018 8OMEB8ET 4 116 4 41 46 7 72 T Walsh JHMcCormick 10 15 15 6 28276SLY 7 120 3 5i 7 8 8 Bullman D M Hanlon 5 6 6 2 Time. 12, 2 35J, 47, 1 M, 1 :13. Winner Ch. f, by Juvenal Trill. Went to post at 3:00. At post 23 minutes. Start good. Won easily: second the same. Mmsette has been improving steadily of late and was much the speediest of this field, when challenged at the stretch turn she drew away gamely, likes cold weather and should continue a winking career. Cervera's showing today confirms his improved running in his last race. He was the only Berious contender. Redpath, outrun in the first half, finished with a rush and was going strongest of all at the end. Duelist made up a lot of ground. Isia's race was much better than his previous one in Spenoar's hands. King Pepper quit in the stretch and has developed into the worst kind of a sulker. Somerset showed plenty of speed, but was outclassed. Sly per--fomed poorly. Scratced-(28251) Wax Taper, 140; 282772Carbuncle, 138; 282533Kinnikinnick, 137; 27236 Sad-lacee,lS0; 28040 Candle, 115. Musette, show, 6 to 5. Car vera, ehow, eveps. Redpath, show. 3 to 5. OQOO1 THIRD RACE Lt 3-4 Mile. (New Futurity Course.) 2-year-olde. (Ottt: Handicap. The Great Eastern Stakes. Value $7,500. Ind Horses A Wt St 34 K X StrFin Jockeys Owners OHO JP (28202JEND. BY RIGHT 126 2 Hi Hi 12 12 J Woods J W Schorr 1-2 7-107-101-4 271372SOMBRERO 107 3 3 3- 2 2 Moudco G B Morris 15 20 15 5 28180 OTIS 114 1 21 2i 31 31 Bullman B Schreiber 10 20 15 4 27895 FEME SOLE 98 8 li M 41 4" Cochran J J McCafierty 20 '20 20 & 28S763PENJN8ULA 100 7 7 7 71 5 Michaels J E Madden 15 20 12 5 28228 PAR EXCELLENCE 100 10 9 8 61 61 BeauchampPepper Stable 20 30 20 8 .28202 LOMBRE 99 9 10 9 9 71 J Martin Mrs R Roche 20 20 20 6 IGNITER 113 5 5h 6i 5b 8 O'Connor A Featherstone 10 15 15 4 27990 SATURDAY 111 4 6ii 5 8 9 McCue A H & D H MorrislO 12 10 3 282282M. DAING'RFIELD 108 11 11 11 10 10 Odom F C McLewee&Co 12 20 15 6 281292JIM TULLY 106 6 8 10 11 11 Wonderly T Monahan 10 15 12 4 28202BON MOT 90 12 12 12 12 12 Hughes J B Haggin 100 200 200 80 24674LE8LIE BRUCE 88 13 13 13 13 13 Thompson KensingtonStablelOO 200 200 60 Added starters. 'Time, 1:13. Winner B. f, by Inspector B. Early Morn. Went to post at 3:45. At poet 20 minutes. Start good. Won in a canter; second driving. Endurance by Right galloped away with the rich stake with the same supreme ease that she has lately annexed ordinary purse races. Sombrero comes'back an improved colt after Mb recent enforced retirement on account of sickness, showed brilliant speed and ran like a stayer. Otis ran well and is gradually showing improvement. Feme Sole was prominent throughout. Peninsula, off badly, and shut off and knocked about in the first half, finished strong as ueual and is evidently a very UEoful colt over a distance of ground. Par Excellence and Lombre are both worth remembering. Saturday is of no account except in soft going. Major Daingerfleld's race was too bad to be true and is due to the big field and much interforonco. Scratched (28099) Heno, 118; 280072 Masterman, 117; 282523Flora Pomona, 111; (28252) Amicitia, 110; 28069 Sir Oliver, 109: (28228)Leonid, 108; 28154 Gunfire, 108; 282762 Cameron, 117; 280073King Hanover,-116. Overweights Saturday, 1 pound; Major Daingerfield, 1; Bon Mot, 2. Endurance by Right, show, out. Sombrero, show, 2i to 1. Otis, show, 2i to 1. OQftQP FOURTH RACE 2 1-4 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. iaO ulXj J The Annual Champion Stakes. Value $25,000. Ind Horses A Wt St m li 2 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P (28183) M. OF H'RL'M5 128 3 3 3 3 3 2 15 Simms Osceola Stable 5 7 6 2-5 281552ROCKTON 4 130 1 li Hi Hi H HI 25 N Turner W H Sealey 1-6 1-4 1-5 out 28227 HAMMOCK 4 130 2 2 26 21 i 22 3 3 McCuo J A McGarry 10 20 15 7-5 Time, 25J, 51, 1 :17, 1 :45, 2 :12, 2 :39, 3 :31, 3 :58. Winner B. m, by The Bard Ella Lakeland. Went to post at 4:25. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Maid of Harlem, which has always shown a dislike for big weight, trailed for the first two miles and -when called on ran past Hammock as if he was anchored and coming on challenged Rockton in the stretch, drawing away in the most unexpected manner. Rockton, which had been galloping in front for one and a half miles under a stiff pull and apparently a certain winner, commenced to shorten his stride so perceptibly that it was generally believed that he broke down, which was the case. He could hardly finish out the last furlong. Hammock ran very well for a mile and three quarters. Scratched 27275 Brigadier, 127 ; 28203 Bellario, 116. OQOOiQ FIFTH RACE last O 1-3 Furlongs. (New Futurity Course.) $900 added. .OO 2-year-olds. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St X hi X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H G P 2773828ISTER JULIET 105 1 Hi Hi Hi li Wonderly WJ8mith 4 6 5 2 28006 CITY BANK 100 2 2 2h 2" 2a Henderson J E Madden 20 30 SO 10 28152 EDDIE BU8CH 104 5 6H 6H 3i 3 J Woods J W 8chorr . 4 5 3 7-5 28250 LADY STERLING 99 6 71 71 6i 41 J Dal W C Daly 6 8 8 3 2813HASCEN8ION - 99 4 4h 5i 4h 51 Michaels C Oxx 4 41 3i 7-5 281823LADY RADNOR 100 9 51 4i 51 6H BeauchampD Hollis 10 15 12 5 27197 FONSOLUCA 99 8 8 8 8 7 Thompson T F Mulry 15 30 20 8 28152 OOLAWAHA 99 7 3 3 1 8 Martin E Hirsch 12 25 20 7 28009 FOUNDLING 99 10 10 10 9 9 Cochran Forsyth Bros 6 8 6 2 27412 MAN O'WAR 104 3 9 9 10 10 Slack O L Richards 30 60 60 20 28129 GIBSON LIGHT 102 12 12 11 11 11 Brennan J C Wallace 80 SO 20 8 28009 LADY HOLYROOD 101 11 11 12 12 12 Smith J L McGuinin 15 20 20 8 28152 MONT. PIONEER 99 13 IS 13 13 13 Booker John Thomas 20 60 60 20 28202 KALOMA 102 14 14 14 14 14 Miles R E Watkins & Col5 100 100 SO 28127 THOTH 94 15 15 15 15 15 Frakes Turney Bros 100 200 200 60 Time, 1:06. Winner B. or br. f, by Esher Van a Clar. Went to post at 4 :55. At post 10 minutes. Start fair. Won driving; second the same. Sister Juliet's early speed enabled her to secure clear sailing and, well handled, she was just ab'e to last it out. City Bank unexpectedly showed amazing speed and gave a glimpse of his supposed true spring form and with a competent jockey would have won. Eddie Busch finished strongly after having met with iaterference. Lady Sterling had no possible chance to recover from the mishaps which befell her early in the raco, bnt finished like a whirlwind. Ascension failed to etick in the last quarter and is evidently a much better filly on the regular track. Lady Radnor . was poorly handled. Fonsoluca finished fast. The big field settled some of the rear ones, vidently. Scratched 28153 Francesco, 107 ; 28250 Blanket, 107 : 28152 James P. Keating, 102 ; 28226 Hot, 97 ; 28152 Fried Krupp.97; 281522 Honolulu, 99. OverweightB Man o' ar, 2 pounds ; Montana Pioneer, 3. Sister Juliet, show, evens. City Bank, show, 5 to 1. Eddie Busch, show, 3 to 5. Ascension, show, 7 to 10. 2829T wardSelUng"16 0uTarf) WW added. 3-y.ar-olda and up- E"T Horses AWt St M K X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 220TmeTmAZON 4 105 5 li H H 12 li Wonderly P 8 P Randolph 5 7 6 2i 282073DOLANDO 8 106 1 2i 31 3 22 21 O'Connor F Farrell 10 15 15 5 2825S3KINNIKINNICK 7 110 4 6 5i 42 31 35 McCue TJHealey 4 4 3i 8-5 28255 WILD PIRATE 3 104 2 10 61 53 42 42 J Woods J 8 O'Brien 6 8 8 3 282272 BAR. FRIETCHIE3 89 3 5i 7 6i 61 5 J Daly M Van Praag & ColO 15 15 6 28157 bEDECK 3 97 7 Si 2h 2h 52 6 Cochran GB Morris 5 7 7 2i 28157 DEMURRER 3 102 6 41 4 82 81 7 Garrigan JPKraner 5 6 5 2 (28227)BOWEN 3 97 8 7 92 7 71 812 Michfeh I)fyer 1 McGuire 2i 3 2i 1 28250 LUCENT 3 97 10 9 8a 93 9 98 Thompson A L Aste 15 SO 30 10 28251 HIMSELF 3 91 9 8i 10 10 10 10 D O'Connor WC Daly 20 30 30 10 Time, 24, 50, 1:15, 1:4 1:48. w. Winner B. ouW f, by Rnssell 0 Certamen. Went to post at 5:25. At post 5 minutes. Start fair. Won driving; second handily. The Amazon received a lucky start and ran up to her best form. Dolando, perfectly handled, ran a flne race and runs in and out as if a "dope" horse. Kinnikinnick, crowded and carried wide on the first turn, finished very strongly and was probably best. Wild Pirate waB knocked out of the race on the first turn but closed a big gap. Barbara Frietchie's chances were practically destroyed on the 1 first turn by crowding. The same applies to Demurrer and Bowen. Bedeck tired from chasing the winner. oo 8,C9ro?hedr(?09Gold2n Grain' 102 5 282273 Alfred Vargrave, 101 ; 275973Trebor,8 ; 282553 Astor, y; (Z8Zo3)Lady Chorister, 94. showh3to5 aZn' BhW' 6 5" Dolando' show 2i to lf Kinnikinnick, show, 4 to 5. Bowen, Fort Erie Form FOBT ERIE FORM. Fobt Eeib, Ont., September 14. The form of Monday's Fort Erie fields is : First Race I Know, Princess Aurora, Lord Crimson. Second Race Miss Wax, Hattie DaviB, Lady Patroness. Third Race Curtsey, J. H. Sloan, Baffled. Fourth Race Paper Maker, Frank McKee, DaBh. Fifth Race Hie Away, Flop, Sister Kate II. Sixth Race Waterhouse, Pretty Rosie, Warranted, Delmar Park Form DEIMAB PARK FORM. St. Louis, Mo., September 14. The form of Monday's Delmar Park fields is : First Race Louis Wagner, Corinne C, Maria Elena. Second Race Fearful, Colonel Gay, Eitholin. Third Race Talpa, Paul Creyton, Hunter Raine. Fourth Race Van Hoorebeke, Chappaqua, Ida Ledford. Fifth Race Found, Kindred, Miss Mae Day. Sixth Race Dandy Jim,. Hardly, Menace. Fort Erie Entries FOBT EBIE ENTBIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track slow. First Bscs 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward, Allowances. Ind. Horses. Age. Wt. Hdcp. 28284 Isaac Hopper.. 3. ...106 670 282803 Princess Aurora 4.. ..105 690 282562 Lord Crimson 3.... 103 685 282322Dandie Belle 3.. ..103 680 28280 The Oriole 4.... 102 660 28051 Immense 5....102 675 28210 Judge Hargis 5. ...102 665 28232 Gnatemala 5.... 102 655 2823231 Know 3.... 99 ......700 28133 Aurous 3.... 99 670 28256 Kerry Mills 3 ... 96 665 28186 Boidle 3.... 96 655 28256 Mr. Smooth 3.... 96 675 28256 Sunny Girl 3.... 96 685 Second Race 4 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Belling. Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp, 282333 Ardita 108 710 2810438tarter 108 715 26222 Ganesa 105 700 28257 Martha D 105 710 27924 Pirate Girl .105 700 18185 Miss Blarney.. 105 705 282592Lady Patroness .105 715 (27807)Circus Girl 100 705 28281 Six Bits .. ..... 97 700 Floret, br. f, by Hastings Floretta IV 97 282813Hattie Davis 97 720 282572Miss Wax 97 725 Handrose 97 Riff Raff, ch, f, by Lazzarone Fabiola II 97 Third Race 1 Mile. S-year-oldi and upward. Allowances. Ind. Horses. Age. Wt. Hdcp. (28282)J. H. Sloan 4. ...107 ......720 28212 Edith Q 3.... 105 705 28158 Full Dress 5. ...103 700 28213 Slasher 6.... 102 715 282583Mynheer 4.. ..102 710 281363Baffled 4.... 102 715 28282 Advocator 3,... 96 705 28260 LadyEzell 5.... 95 710 (28210) Curtsey 3.... 95 725 Fourth Race 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds, Allowances. (28257)Paper Maker 106 725 (28209) Frank McKee 103 720 (28185)Dash 100 715 26985 Neither One 100 700 28106 Tax Man 97 710 282613J. Patrick 97 715 28185 Silver Chimes 94 700 28159 Catspaw 94 705 Fifth Race O 1-3 Furlongs. 3-year-olds and upward, Allowances. 28212 Young Henry 3... .110 715 (28075) All Saints 3.... 110 710 (28l03)Hie Away 4. ...106 725 282842 Flop 6.... 105 720 (28284)Zack Ford 3.. ..104 705 (28260) Prince Eaher 4 ...100 700 281883MinnieB 3 ... 99 695 282582 Flaneur 3.... 98 700 (28137) Lady Silver 3.... 96 705 28280 Missdhanley 4.... 95 690 22248 Intent 4.... 95 .......695 (27733) Sister Kate II 3.... 95 715 28235 Maggie W. 3.... 93 710 (2747S)Dominick 3 ... 91 685 28105 Belncent 3 ... 89 690 Sixth Bace-1 1-8 Miles. S-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horses, color, aex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. 28284 Maple 4.. ..105 710 282372 Waterhorise 5. ...105 .725 28236 Dog Town 6... .104 695 22903 Lough Derg 4.... 101 690 28258 Pretty RoBie 5.... 101 720 28283 Easter Lily 4....101 700 28234 Prince of Song 3 .... 100 705 (28189) Warranted 8....100 .....715 28261 Arganauta ... 3.... 97 705 Conquer, b. g, by Charade We wonda 3.... 97 (28022) Saragamp 3.... 97 715 28054 Little Tommy Tucker.. 3.... 96 700 28234 Madeline G 3.... 93 690 282S62Ro8eBirdJ 3.... 93 710 Delmar Park Entries DELMAB PARK ENTRIES. Probabilities : Weather cloudy; track slow. First Baoe 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds, Selling, Ind. Horses. Age. Wt. Hdcp. 27674 MisB Thomey 110 690 27569 Roy al Athlete 110 710 27854 Corinne C 110 720 28141 Maria Elena 110 715 27865 Arthur Moll , ...105 690 27752 Aulas 105 695 28215 Dr. Lovejoy 103 ......700 282862Louis Wagner. .103 725 26532 Man 100 705 Second Race 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 269782Eitholin 6.... 115 715 280483 J. V. Hays 4... .110 695 26108 Colonel Gay 7.... 110 720 280443John Morton 4.. ..107 705 28084 Kiss Quick 4... .107 705 27974 Mona B 5.... 107 710 282392Two Annies 4. ...107 700 281092Fearful 4. ...102 725 27363 Harrie Floyd 7.. ..102 690 28169 Prince Stonemouth 3.. ..101 685 28239 Robert Morrison 3.... 99 710 28238 Hengist 3.... 99 715 Third Race 7-8 Mile. 2-year-oldi. Allowances. 282643 Wakita 106 710 282642 Hunter Raine 105 715 282103Sambo 105 710 282402Talpa 102 725 28240 Varner 96 700 27975 Paul Creyton 93 720 Fourth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards, All Ages. Allowances. (28167)Peaceful 4....119 710 282413Ida Ledford..., 4... .104 715 28265 Glenwood. .: 3. ...'102 700 282162Chappaqua 5.. ..102 720 (28241) Alice Turner 4.... 99 ......705 282412Van Hoorebeke 4.... 99 725 (28240) Huntressa 2.... 87 715 Fifth Race 6 1-3 Furlongs. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 245113Nannie Nolan 3 . ..104 700 24853 Found 6.... 104 725 201553Libbie 6 ...104 705 270612Kindred 4.. ..103 720 28 1673 Prior 3.... 101 710 (28214) Fitzkanet 3. ...101 690 28 i423 Miss Mae Day 4.... 100 715 28265 Our Lady 3 ... 98 ......710 (274t9)The Bronze Demon.... 3.... 98 695 (25792)Miss Aubrey 3.... 98 715 Sixth Race 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Belling, 28193 Lee Bruno 5.. ..109 710 28290 Peter Dnryea 4.. ..103 685 281653 Wine Press 5.. ..106 710 (28165) Menace 3.... 103 715 (28217) Dandy Jim 3 ...102 725 28266 George Lee 6.. ..101 700 282902 Tea Gown 3. ...101 705 28016 Belle Simpson.... 4 ...100 700 28143 Hardly 6.. ..100 720 2826320rlandine 4.... 90 695 282652Miss Thresa 3..., 90 690 28267 Janowood 3.... 85 715 Page  THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, JR., President. R. B. MILRQY, Secretary. CHARLES F. PRICE, Gen. Manager. J. W. BROOKS, Racing Secretary. PW CflLBFOHTO JOCKEY CLUB Racing Season ot 1901-1902. Commencing at Tanforan November 2, I90I. OAKLAND INGLESIDE TANFORAN The Following Stakes will Close on September 16, 190! to be Run Prior to The Following Stakes-Entry Blanks for which will be issued later-will be Run alter January 1, 1902. "January I, 1902. $1,500. The Opening Handicap ; 3-year-olds and upward. One mile. $10,000. The Burns Handicap; 3-year-olds and upward. One and One-Quarter Miles. 1,500. Produce Exchange Stakes; 2-year-olds. Six Furlongs 3,000. The Thornton Stakes; 3-year-olds and upward. Four Miles. 1,500. Golden Gate Selling Stakes ; 3-year-olds and upward. Seven Furlongs,! 3.000. The California Derby; 3-year-olds. One and One-Quarter Miles. 2.500. The California Oaks; 3-year-old Fillies. One and One-Eighth Miles. 1,500. The Crocker Handicap ; 2 and 3-year-olds. Six and One-Half Furlongs.? 2,500. The "Waterhouse Handicap ; 3-year-olds and upward. Two Miles. 2,000. The Palace Hotel Handicap; 3-year-olds and upward. One and One-2,500. The Thanksgiving Handicap ; 3-year-olds and upward. One and One- Eighth Miles. Eighth Miles. " 2,000. The Hell Stakes; 2-year-olds. Five Furlongs. 2,000. The Pacific Union Handicap; 3-year-olds. One and One-Sixteentk 1,500. Burlingame Selling Stakes; 3-year-olds and upward. One and. One- Miles., Sixteenth. Miles. 1,500. The Adam Andrew Selling Stakes 3-year-olds and upward. Os and One-Sixteenth Miles. 1,500. The Trux. Beale Handicap ; 3-year-olds and upward. One Mile. 1 1,500. The Ussak Handicap ; 3-year-olds and upward. One Mile. 1,500. The McLaughlin Selling Stakes; 3-year-olds and upward. One aiil 1,500. The Junior Stakes; 2-year-olds. Seven Furlongs. One-Eighth Miles. 1,500. The Naglee Selling Stakes; 4-year-olds and upward. Six and One-Hair 3,000. The Christmas Handicap; 3-year-olds and upward. One and One- Furlongs. Quarter Miles. 1,500. The Gunst Handicap; 3-year-olds and upwaid. One Mile. 1,500. The Follansbee High-Weight Handicap; 3-year-olds and upward 2,000. The New Tear's Handicap; 3-year-olds and upward. One and One- Seven Furlongs. Eighth Miles. 2,000. The Gehhard Handicap ; 2-year-olds. Futurity Course- $56,000 IN STAKES. Overnight Handicaps and Special Races with $500 to $1,000 Added. i -" - - - - hum nn i HAWTHORNE (JlUCarJO jOGBlJ dill) "E MONDAY SEPT. 16. The Fleet- THURSDAY, SEPT. 19. The SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. The Iro- foot . Stakes-Handicap a.u,J n-j';n,Lfn.0ii.Mt! for all Emulation Stakes Ha ndi cap quois Stakes Handicap for 3- ages. Steeplechase for 4-year-olds and year-olda. 1,000 added. One $1,000 added. Six Furlongs. upward. $800 added. Full Course. Mile. AUTUriN MEETING SEPTEMBER 16-25. MUSIC BY CICERO ORCHESTRA. . Six Races Daily, Beginning at 2 p.m. ADMISSION $1.00 in; r,r'al trains leave Randolph etreet at 9:40 a.m. ,12:30, 12:50,1:05,1:15 and 1:50 The Metropolitan and Lake Street Elevated, and Madison Bt., Ogden Ave., 12th St. and 22nd Bt, IllinOlb VCIIUCil p.m., stopping at Van Bnren, Park Bow, Baleted street and ABhland lineB connect with electric care every seven minutes direct to grounds. Are. ti..iuiuuiki" returning at 4 :89 f p.m. and aftr races. Do not stop at Ashland Ave. D . , , , Bpecial electric cars leave State aDd Tan Bnren streets at 12:50, 1:00, 1:10, and 1:15 p.m., stop ping only at Canal, Saluted, Ashland and Ogden Aves., direct to track in 40 minutes. On Wednesday and Saturday only. r f trains leave Union Depot at 12:15, 1:05, 1:28 and 2:10 p.m.,Btopping at Sixtesnth Metropolitan express trains leaving Pacific Ave. ana Van Bnren St. at 12:41, 12:51 and 1:01 p.m. CD . D. CX j(m St., Blue Island and Western Aves., returning after raceE. stop at all stations on Loop, Franklin, Balsted and Marshfield Ave., reaching track in 27 minntes from Franklin St. Fire For Round Trip on Special Trains 28 Cents, Sheridan Clark, Sec'y, Room 403, Monadnock Building