You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, December 3, 1901 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1901 drf1901120301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, December 3, 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  VOL. Til. STO. 28 9. CHICAGO, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1901. PRICE 5 CEKTS The New Saratoga THE NEW SARATOGA, Concerning tho changes and improvements being brought abont at tha Saratoga tract Jndga Joseph J. Bnrke 3 ay a in a recent ieano of Daily America: ' ' "Through tho courtesy of the officers of the new Saratoga Racing Association I havo been 9nabled to look ovor tho plans cf the renova-tions now going on in connection with tho lovely bit of natnre which has for years been the subject ! of enthusiastic comment at the hands of every man and woman who ever saw the place. Mnch that is misleading has been printed abont the improvements now being made . The fact is, that the present grandstand will be retained, for, in spite of its being made of wood, it is one of the best and safest that was ever bnilt. The stand, however, is now being moved abont 500 feet to the right of its present position. It wUl be divided into threo parts, and each part placed advantagoonsly, with a rfap of abont sevsnti-five feet between each. These gaps will be filled by newly bnilt material and the entire structure, now 400 feet long, will, when finished, be 530 fest in length. The club house and betting pavilion will bo moved and each will fill the same relative position that it now does. A new paddock building is proposed, to contain fourteen box stalls. "This structure can be overlooked by all the persons in the club house and grand stand who enjoy club house privileges. There will be improvements in the lower part of the grand etand for jockeys' room, offices, etc. A new judges' incloscra will be built. Tho field stand will be moved and there will be a "bleacher" for jockeys. It will be placed beyond the paddock inclosure. A feature of the Saratoga race track always has baen tho horticultural part, which will probably bo maintained. All the ground will bo beautified. There will be a new entrance gate. Wrought iron railings will replace the present board fence. A parklike look will bo given to that part of the property which fronts on Union avenue. "Mr. Robert Pinkorton has bean shown certain plans looking to the Bafe handling of large crowds and he indorses them. "It iB from a horseman's point of view, however, that tho changes aro most important. In the first plaeo, tho course will be entirely new and nine furlonga in circumference. "All the two-year-old races will be run along the backetretch, around the far turn and up the main stretch. There is no room for what is known as an 'Eclipse', or 'Futurity' course, The public will be the gainer by this, though horsemen may prefer the straightaway when -the fields are large. I say 'may prefer,' but I think that an owner is like everybody elea and would like to aes what goes on in p. race, not alone with his own, but with other paoplo's. The ground admits of a chute for seven furlong xaceB. Anything between that and a mile mus$ be Btarted out of another chute, which starts at right angles with the first turn, and in which there will be a straight run of more than a furlong before there is a bend of any kind. Then they begin to negotiate the ordinary circular track at a point about where seven and a half furlong races would be started on a mile track. It is not considered advisable to start races at a mile on the main oval, becauso at that point the first turn commences. Bo the chute was necessary. All races at nine furlongB will, of course, be started immediately in front of the grand stand. The mile starting point will be about 700 feet to the right and in front of the end of the club houBO. "All these improvements and alterations are being carried on under the direction of Charles W. Leavitt, Jr., who is one of the most eminent in his profession. He constructed the Empire City course, Mr. Whitney's private track at Wostbury; Mr. Howard Taylor's polo field at Cobalt, Conn. ; the polo field at Newport, R. I. ; all the grounds around Mr. Whitney's stable at Hompstoad, and the steeplechase course at Gladstone, N. J., for Mr Charles Pfizsr. "Mr. D. Bradley has tho contract from Mr. Loavitt of moving tho grandstand. W. S. Robsrtson has the contract from Mr. Leavitt for the additions and alterations to the grandstand. The nnmbar of men actually at work upon the place a few days ago waB 350 laborers and quite a number of mechanics, as well as 120 teams. "Mr, Leavitt is free from one worry. No iron or steel will be used, as tho stand is of wood. So busy are the iron mills of Pennsylvania, that no reliance can he pieced upon receiving iron to be usad in any large quantities, unless a cast iron penalty clause is in tho contract." Next Year's St. Louis Derby IJEXT YEAS'S ST. I.OUIS DERBY. The conditions of the St. Louis Derby, to be run next year, were framed with great care by the then Becrotary "Joe" Murphy, ho being under the impression that he had devised a stake that would total from $25,000 to $30,000 when it came to the day of decision. It will not do that because not near the number of broodmares expected woro nominated, but it will net a fat Bum for the winner at that. Speaking of its piobabilitias, a St. Louis exchange Bays: "The St. Louis Derby of 1902, to ba run at the Fair Grounds next June, will be one of the richest stakes in the west, its aggregate value promising to be, at the lowest vuluation, 16,-000, with a possibility of going up to $18,000. This is the Derby which was opened in the winter of 1893-99, and is roally a futurity, tho only thing about it indicative of a Derby being the name, the fact that eligibility is confined to three-year-olds and that the distance is a mile and a half. It carries an added money value of $5, COO, the balance being made up in entrance and etarting fees. The conditions of the race follow : "A sweepstakes for three-year-olds (foals of 1899. Entrance free for mares covered in 1898; $5 each for foals declared by January 1, 1900, tho money to accompany the declaration; $10 each for foals declared by January 1, 1901, the money to accompany tho declaration; $25 each for foala remaining in after January 1, 1901. Tho stake to be reopanod May 1, 1901, and January 1, 1902, and entries accopted. upon payment of $50 in cash May 1, 1901, or 250 in cash January 1, 1902. One hundred dollars to start, starters to bo exempt from forfeit. Tho association to add $5,000, of which $1,000 to second, $500 to third, and tne fourth to eave its stake. Pennltics: Winners of two stakes of $5,000, or one of $1Q,CC0, in 1901, to carry throe pounds penalty; winners of a stake of $10,000, or three of any valne in 1902 to carry five pounds penalty. Allowances: Non-winners of two stakes of any valne in 1902, three pounds ; of a stake at any time, seven pounds; nonwinners of four races in 1902, ten pounds; three races, twelve pounds; two races, fifteen pounds; one race, if beaten three or more times, twenty pounds; maidens, twenty-five pounds, if beaten three or more times at any time. Selling purse races not counted in figuring allowances. No horee that has incurred either of the penalties shall be entitled to any of the allowances, and no horse which is not entitled to the first two allowances can claim any of the subsequent ones. Allowances and penalties not cumulative. Ono mile and a half. "The race closed with 874 nominations. Of these mares, 85 were barren or the foalB died and 89 declared January 1, 1900, at $5 each, January 1, 1901, 23 more were declared at $10 each, and on Mayl, at the first reopening, J.! W. Schorr entered Charle3 W. Meyer, Larry Young and Major Tenny; Georgo C. Bennett & Co. entered Little Scout, Hoodwink and Abo Frank; Sam Lazarus named Landseer and The Four Hundred ; Turney Bros, entered Old Hutch and Glenwator; Abe Cahn put in Kili-mandscharo and Terra Firma, and W. H. Mc-Corkle nominated Bridge and South Elkhorn. It is significant that three of these owners, Bennett, Schorr and McCorkle, were violent partisans of the Western Jockey Club, and the fact that thay were willing to put up $50 each for their colts made it look as though even they expected peace. "The cash value of the stake up to date is aB follows; total eligible, 191: Declared January 1, 1900, 89 at 5 $ 445 Declared January 1, 1901, 23 at $10 230 Payment due January 1, 1901, 177 at $25.... 4,425 Entered May 1, 1901, 14 at $50 700 Added money 5,000 Total $10,800 "There iB another reopening on January 1, next, and as there are many colts which have doveloped well, whiah have not yet been entered it is reaBonablo to expect at least a dozen now entries on January 1, next, at $250 each, making a total of $3,000, and, as the stake will then be of such value as to attract a big field of the best colts of the year, it is not looking for too much to expect twelve starters, at $100 each, thuB bringing the total up to $15,000. Of courss, it is possible there may bo many more entries on January 1, next, than the above estimate, and there may be a bigger field at the post, all of which will, of course, increase tho aggregate value of the stake. "If, as every one hopes, tho "Western Jockey Club and tho Turf Congress settle their troubles and amalgamate at next month's meeting, a powerful organization will be the result, which can, if it will, do much to remedy unsatisfactory conditions. It has long been contended by horsemen that the scale of weights gives two and three-year-olds a big advantage over older horses, and the almost uniform success of the younger horses make it appear that they are correct, and that tho scale should ba amended." Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OE" THE TURF. Trainer Crit Davis, who handleB the Pepper stable, also trains W. L. Simmons' Wagner colt, Colonel Bill. This brother in blood to imp has improved greatly in the laat few weeks, and he defeated Anak, Trump, Bose of May, Dewey and others in the mud in great fashion. Dewey got away badly in this race, and his defeat moved some of the critics (?) to voice their belief that there wbb "a nigger in the wood pile" somewhere in the race. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Winaie O'Connor thinks they are not treating him right, out on the coast. A San Francisco paper quotes him as saying: "It seems that somebody runB into about everything I ride, and I am getting very tired of it. I try to ride fair, but if I get jostled much more I will have to turn loose and jostle back to protect myself. I hate to think that any of the jockeys have it in for me, but it looks very queer that I should be knocked about in nearly every race I ride." Col. W. S. Barnes, one of the moBt famous turfmen in the weBt, is seriously, if not dangerously, ill at his home in Lexington, Ey. During tho summer at Saratoga his ailment, which has gradually grown worse during the past few years, took a serious turn, and it was several months before he could make tjhe trip home. Recently he became afllictedjwith chills , which have grown gradually worse. More Sheepshead Bay Stakes MORE SHEEPSHEAD BAY STAKES. Having just closed a big list of great stakes, with entries far in excess of those of last year for the same events the Coney Island Jockey Club now offers the turfmen of the land another splendid array of stakes to close January 2, 1902 with the always popular Suburban Handicap at t&e head and the Futurity of 1904, another prominent feature. Two new stakes, The Quality and The Thistle, both for three-year-olds and upward, appear in the list, but with this exception tho stakes offered are made familiar to owners in former years and are as follows : For June meeting, 1902: The Suburban of $10,000, handicap for three-year-olds and upward; ono mile and a quarter. The June Handicaps, for three-yoar-olda and upward, cash value $6,500, viz.: The Coney Island, $2,000, six furlongs; The Sheepshead Bay, $2,000, one mile; The Long Island, $2,500, one mile and a furlong. The Advance, $3,000 added, estimated value 6,000, for three-year-olds and upward, weight for age ; one mile and a half . ' The Equality, $1,500 added, estimated value $3, SCO, for three-year-olds and upward, penalties and allowances; one mile. .The Thistle, $1,250 addad, estimated value $3,000, for three-year-olds and upward, sailing allowances; one mile and a furlong. The Swift, $3,000 added, estimated valua $5,000, for three-year-olds, penalties and allowances; seven furlongs. The Spindrift Handicap, $2,000 added, estimated value $5,000, for three-year-olds; one mile and a furlong. The Great Trial, cash value $20,000, two-year-olds ; six furlongs. The Double Evant, cash valua $10,000, two-year-olds, viz: First Event, $5,000, five and a half furlongs; Second Event, $5,000, six furlongs. The Zephyr, $1,&00 added, estimated value, $4,000, for two-year-olds; five and a half furlongs. The Spring, $1,500 added, estimated value, $4,000, for two-year-olds ; six furlongs. Steeplechases: The Beacon, $2,503 added, estimated value, $5,000; about two and a half miles. The Independence Handicap, $1,200 added, estimated value, $2500; about two 'and a half miles, Tho Rockaway Cup, for Hunters, $1,000 in cash and $100 in plate added, estimated value, $2,0C0; about two and a half miles. For the autumn meeting 1902: The Flight, $1,500 adaed, estimated value $4,000, for two-year-olds and upward; seven furlongs. Tho September, $1,500 added, estimated value $4,000, for three-year-olds ; one mile and three furlongs. The Autumn, cash value $3,030, for two-year-olds ; six furlongs. Tho Flatbush, cash value $5,000, for two-year-olds; seven furlongs. The Great Eastern, cash valua $7,500, for two-year-olds ; six furlongs. For the autumn meeting, 1904 : The Futurity, $10,000 added, estimated value $75,000, for foals of 1902; six furlongs, Notice NOTICE. The form book for December is ready for sal and includes the racing of Saturday, November 30. So many form books of recent months were lost in the mails that non-residents are advised, when ordering the Decomber book, to send 10 cents for the purpose of having the orders sent as registered mail, thereby insuring delivery. Page  Mb Racing Form IBBUSD 3VSSRY DAY. lestern Jogksd Glut) Bulletin OI7I DIAL OBGJLK OF THB WSBTEBN JOCKEY CLUB. a&ITOS AMD P20FBIBTOB, F. H, BHUNELL. A2DOOIATH EDIT03, CliIHTON Oi BlLET. Beobetaet, Mas, F. H. Bbcnkll. listazsd in the Post Office at Chicago &i second elaes matter. mUSI HADING FOBM PUBLISHING CO. A Dailr Reflection of the American Turf by Telograph. IM-126 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.. 00PYEIGH2ED. -JSatand according to Act of Congreee, In the year IBSl.by Frank H. Brunell, in tha offica of the Librarian of Congreia a WaBhing- Ion, D. C, "0. B. A. 3Sha ehait and index numbera and trace form of Dailt Eaoihq Fosm mast not be uBd. 2hoy aro copyrighted daily and will b keenly protected. BINGLS COPY 5 CENTS, f US0BIrTIOK3 MUSX BK PAID IN ADVANCE. TKBttS: Par Month 8 1.25 Half Year 7.58 One Year 14-W aboTe ratei are for single copiei as eealad latterBflrBt-clBBB mail. Jlaily Bacing Form Publishing Co. prefers to sand single cosiei as firBt-claai mail in all xaaas. , , &0C&1 subicrlptlonB oussiae ihe down sown dlatrici will be declined at other than firt- olaea mail matter rates. 3to be considered and answered all Queries to DAiiii: Baoihq Form rnuBt bo Bent oyer tha full name and with the name of the writer. Those names and addreasos are subject to & local and foreign directory tost, ant, louis, mo., officb-19 N. BROADWAY Basement. M. Murphy, Agent. On Bale at 8:89 a.m. fDAHiT Racing Fobm can be delivered to any addreBE in Bt. Louis. .Sftek numbers can ba promptly supplied. $nera for advertisements can be left at the St. Louis office for telegraphic transmission. 88TB0IT OFFICE 139 GriBwold Street, Frank E. McDonald, Agent. On sals at 9:00 a.m. MNGINNATI OFFICE-40S-41B Vine Street. J. B. Kawley, Agent. On Sale at Noon. I AT HOT 8PB1NGB, ARK.: F. C. Boving, 418 Central Avenue. AT DENVER. COL.: Hamilton & Kendrlck, 9C6-B12 17th Street. AT NEW OBLEANB, LA.: H.'J. Holle, 641 CommercialiPlace. AT BUtfJfALi; N ?- New Tint House. AT NABfiViLLi. TENN. Duncan xlotei. AT BAN FBANCISCO, CAL-: Foster & Oroar, Market Btreet, FerryNewa Stand. AT MILWAUKEE, WIS- Plankinton Horei news Stand. CHICAGO, ILL., DECEMBEB 3, 1901. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. Tha December sales of thoroughbreds began at Newmarket yesterday and will continue until Saturday. Excepting possibly the September sales at Doncaster these are the most im-portant sales of the year in England, and the offerings for this year are said to be unusually choice. The auctioneer is Mr. 8omerville Tat-tersall, and the most important consignment that will go under Mb hammer will be the horses in training from the stud of Mr. Kincaid, among which are Epsom Lad, the unBexed son of Ladas, who has been three times victorious over Diamond Jubilee. Bantoi, Volodyovski and other good ones. Epsom Lad will be sold, likewise the stallion Cateran Lad, by Ladas Catri-ona, by Bend Or, and the colt Black Band that lan second in the Cesarewitch and is considered one of the best looking colts in England, On other days will be Bold sush as Toddington, St. Monans, Alvoscot, Bampion, King of Coins, Sempronious, St. Maurice, Sir Edgar arid Or-vieto, the thirteen-year-old eon of Bend Or and Napoli. "Why is it that the no recall system is such a great enccaes in England, France and Austria, and is as yet not a distinct success in America!" asked a racing man of great experience in all the conntrieB named, "We can supply all those countries with first-class trainers and riders, apparently, but if we were called on to Bupply j them with first-class starters we couldn't do I it." It is enongh to set people thinking, isn't it? What is the cause of our deficiencies and shortcomings on the starting question? Is it because the matter of ironclad discipline is not properly applied? We know from hearsay evidence that the jockeys aro much better in hand in all foreign countries than they are here. Imagine what would happen to a rider who in any one of those countries were to daro to be impudent, perhaps profane, to the starter. Imagine, if yoa can, any of the European starters eo far forgetting himself as to stop to bandy epithetB with any jockey who would be asinine enough to behave that way! "Oh, you go eat some pie!" for instance. It is eimply unimaginable. Yet, until the jockeys of America are properly meek and obedient, good tempered, free from malice and really moan to help tha starter, we may not expect any great improvement for years, or until a new generation of riders are in the saddle. Daily America. Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. The vanguard of the anticipated influx of horses' and ownerB from Bennings arrived at New Orleans last Friday. Jockey Otto Miller will ride as a free lance. J. H. Carr and H. F. Schultz each brought six horssB, and Holtman & Co. three, including the jumper, Dr. Fair. Barney Bchreiber has arrived at San Fran-cieco. He sayB he has a grand looking lot of yearlings by Sain, Balgowan and Service at his Woodlands farm. He denies that he has engaged Dngan to do his riding. He etill has hopeB of bringing Cochran to the coast. Postillion's recent victory at New Orleans was a surprise to his owners who thought he had no chance to bat Dolce Far Niente and allowed him to run loose. It is said the rail birds all had a bet down on the Morris colt. Monnette, a chsatnut horeo by Wordsworth-Esplanade, broke his leg yesterday morning at New Orleans while being schooled over the steeplechase course. Five of the sis winners on the opening day at New Orleans were horses that had been only recently reinstated by the Western Jockey Club. Mr. Edward Corrigan will arrive at New York on the Majestic next Wedneeday from England. Thomas Magee is also on the same boat. The California papers speak highly of Spencer's work in the saddle His recent victory on Lode Star met with much praise. . Burns & Waterhouse will shortly Bell a dozen of their horses that they now bavo in training. New Orleans Form NEW ORLEANS FORM. New Oeleans, La., December 2. The form of Tuesday's New Orleans fields iB: First Eace Ida Penzance, Janowood, Sara-gamp. 8econd Eace If You Dare, Tom Collins, Fake. Third Bace Bristol, Glissando, Capt. Con-over, Fourth Bace Banish, Monos, Waterhouse. Fifth Bace Ben Chance, Jndge Bteadman, Woodtrice. Sixth Bace Pyrrho, Dandola, Amote. New Orleans Entries NEW OBLEAN8 ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track heavy. First Race I KUle 3-year-olda and upward. Selling. Xnd. HorseE. Age. Wt, Hdcp. 29443Easter Lily 4.... 112 650 29648 Mies Conrad 4.... 112 625 2993SaUieJ 5.... 112 705 29442 Dr. Carrick 3.... 106 695 29294 Dorothy Lee 3... 103 710 29615 Masterful 3... 103 695 29616 Ida PeDzance 3 .. 103 725 29100 Al Brown 3.... 101 695 296193 Janowood 3.... 98 715 Z9396 Haraginnp 3.... 98 715 29615 Pirate's Queen 3.... 98 700 Second Race 3-4 Mile. All Ages. Allowances. (29647)Tom Collins 6.. ..107 720 26551 Palarm 5.... 104 610 28977 Brightie B 6....104 650 29592 If You Dare 3... 102 725 29241 Moroni ..: 6....102 650 278733Albula 3.... 102 675 296S6SFake 3.. ..102 710 29S56 Edna Bergen 3.... 99 640 j I 29273 Ed Gartland II 6 ... 99 690 29118 Lissome.. ...... ......... I.... 99 670 (S9420)8inhon .. 2 ... 91 665 29633 Kaloma 2.... 90 685 Third Race ShortVCourae. Steeplechase. ' 3-year-olds'and upward. Handicap. (296!4)Bristol 5 ...150 650 29591 Glissando 4. ...135 680 25753 Old Fox 5... 135 ..... 600 2S634 Captain Conovor 5... ,130 625 296343Divertlesement 4... 130 610 29L91 Robert Morrison 3.... ISO ..... 600 295912 Dangarline 3.. ..130 620 Fourth Race 1 fiXlle. 3- voar-oldf nad upward. Bailing, (29616) Waterhouse 5. ...117 710 294243Elsia Bramble 6... 117 695 29389 Cathedral 5 ...115 700 28974 Aitator 9 ...115 700 (29359)Banih 5.. ..114 725 289243Jlonos 3. ...112 720 (29116) Helen Paxton 5. ...112 f85 29399 Prestome 4. ..,112 ..... 650 29636 Tragedy 8... 112 650 29419 Patchwork 3... 103 625 29144 Bean . - 3.... 98 700 Fifth Bsc 1 1-4 Mile. 4- year-olds and upward. Belling-, 29S35 Ben Chance 4... 108 725 296S7 Woodtrice 4.... 106 705 29-93 Judge Steadman .'. 8 ... 101 715 29593 Barbae 6 . 101 700 29593 Mattie Bazar...... 4.... 96 675 Slxtn Race 1 Mile. 2-yoar-oldB. Allowances. 29618 Pyrrho ..... 107 725 (29614) Serpent 107 690 296183Dandola 107 720 (29633) Postillion 107 695 (29318)Amote 104 715 28980 Little 8cout.... 10S 700 29443 Silver Chimes 97 600 29354 The Way 95 665 29S14 Lady Clarik 92 ..... 660 ' 29590 Sarah Gay..... 92 600 29618 Lady Like 92 670 29463 King Tatius 92 6:0 Oakland Form OAKLAND FORK. j Oakland, Cal., December 2. The form of Tuesday's Oakland fields is : FirBt Eace Quadra, Water Scratch, Maraschino. Second Bace St. Anthony, Flamaro, Edin-borough. Third Bace Glendsnning, Mnresca, Sir Lewie. Fourth Bace Grafter, Janice, Fitzkanet. Fifth Baca Gusto, Dunblane, Bornota. Sixth Bace Floronso, Lode Star, Cromwell. Oakland Entries OAKLAND ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather wet; track sloppy. Flr&t Race 5-8 Mile. 2-ycar-oldi, Belling, !d. Horg. Age. Wt. Hdcp. 2958S2Marelio 1C9 710 29572 LapiduB - .1 108 715 S95833Beadora 108 710 29640 Inuo 108 705 29624 Gyp3yBoy 108 690 29598 Ruachuca 108 705 295482Qnadra . 105 .725 2S5S7 Lou Hazel 105 690 29624 Water Scratch 105 720 29572 Maraschino 105 715" 29432 Tufts 105 695 29432 Dawson 105 700 Second Race li 1-3 Far-longs 4-year-oldg and upward. Sailing. 29515 Edinborongh 4.... 117 715 29353 Gold Baron 5... 116 705 29470 J. Bcggs 4 .. 114 ... . 690 29623 Bt. Anthony 4 .. 114 725 29474 Flamaro 5 .. 114 .... 720 29821 Whaleback 5.. ..114 700 Third Race Futurity Course. (170 feet loss than 3-4 mile.) 2-year-olds. Allowances. (2966)Sir Lewis 113 7S5 26030 Yellowstone ..113 730 (29624)Botanv AJ10 .735 (29560) Mnresca jJHO 740 29550 Glendenning , :110 750 Fourth Race 3-4 MJ)e. 3-year-olds and upward, Handicap. 295993Janice 3.. ..113 740 29587 Frank Bell 5 ... Ill 730 295273ITitzkanot .'. 3... 1C0 785 296422Qrafter , 3.... 98 750 Fifth Ran 7-8 MTIlr. 3- year-olds and upward. Belling. (29600)Gnsto 4... 112 725 S96253Dnnblane 4 .. 112 720 295973 Favorito 4.... 109 700 29599 Bernota 3.... 106 ..... 715 295862Maresa 3... 106 710 Sixth Race 1 1-8 BXlleg 4- ycar-nlds and upward. Selling, (29623) Cromwell 9.... 110 725 (29611) Floronso 6 .. 107 750 296252Lode Star 7. ...104 730 29643 Sunello . 4. ...101 710 Reynolds St Co., 73, 11 9 DEARBORN ST. TWO WINNERS GUARANTEED AT OAKLAND DAILY. - tie Singer, Obia, Diderot, St. Sever Were our winners yesterday. No guessing with us. The best of reliable information by wire from our exports daily, $3.00 Weekly. Wired at 10 a.m. HENRY & GO. 161 THIRD ST., LOUISVILLE, KY. Will receive commissions by telegraph, mail or express upon all races and othe'r sporting events, and will place them in. Louisville according to directions of sender. Honeety, accuracy and dispatch in all transactions. All communications confidential . . . HENRY St CO. BUNCO-BRONCHO INFORMATION CO A CLEAN SWEEP AT NEW ORLEANS! Donna Seay, 5 to i, My Advertised Extra 3 to S to 1 Special. Also Diderot, a pipe, special. Obia much the best,, worth a good bet, special. Intermission pass time place and 6how bets : Gray Dally, Tom Collins, Choice, Euterpe, Lou Woods, Mna:e, Senator Bruce, The Maniac, Bol, The Singer, El Bey. ONE TODAY-ONLY 0NE--WHICH I GUARANTEE TO RON ONE-TWO. REMEMBER THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. SPECIAL DAILY CITY SHEETS WITH ALL RACES $1.00. SlX SOPnialS for SlfJ (IF $9 ffir flnP Wired to any part of the world. May require twoweeka OIA OjJCblOIS IUI 0 1 U Ul IUI UilB. to deliver, as only wire hnrees of odds, not hot favorites. H. T. Aliard always at office to explain any matter. On sale at 11:30 a.m. at office. 176 8. Clark Bt., in ticket office. 'Phono 2149 Central. Newsstand southeast corner Clark and Madison 8ts. COL. J. C WOOTERS MGR., 94 Lincoln Ave. - - Tel. North 1007. RACE TRACK INFORMATION BUREAU Turf Correspondents. Publishers of Form Letter Handicap. Suite 600, 263-269 Dearborn St, Telephone Harrison 1580. TERMS $1.00 PER DAY. $4.00 PER "WEEK. Disturber, 6-1, Obia, Diderot, WERE OU I EXTRA. SPECIAL GOOD THING3 AT OAKLAND MONDAY. Specials at New OrleanB were: Cast Iron, Gray Dally, both ran eecond; others H6nry of Trasta-mare, Mr. Phinizy, both finished second, and Menace won. 10 to 1 Good Thing, Extra Special, 2nd Race. This one is in grand condition, iB a great mnd runner and barring accidents will win sure. W e will name iwo other good things in our wire or FORM LETTER HANDICAP in fourth and sixth raceu. The odds should be as good as 8 to 1 on each. BEMEMBER our experts are watch-ing every move that these horses make, and seldom, if ever, fail. NEVER MISS OUR CAXIEORNIAS, EITHER. They will prove in the long run the greatest daily investments during the winter season. We can beat anyone on information here, and we bar noDe, whether the live at the track or in town. ALWAYS follow us with confidence, always remember we are the greatest turf bureau in existence. WE GIVE WINNER8. If you are Booking auch, come to ub. Our card will be a revelation. WE KNOW SOMETHING and if you follow us it will.be money in your pocket; if you don't, w are sorry for you On sale at 9 a.m. Also sold at Kolman's cigar store, 267 Dearborn St., and cigar stand Adams ExpresB Building, 185 Dearborn St., and newsstand northeaat corner Van Bureu and Dearborn Sts. Page  Oakland Form Chart OAKLAND FORM CHART. OAKLAND, CAIi., December 2. Twenty-sixth day. New California Jockey Club. Fall Meeting, Weather wet; track muddy. Presiding Judgo, Joseph A. Murphy. Starter, J. J. Holtman. Bacing starts at 2:10 p. m. OOKA FIRST HACK 5 1-3 Furlongs. Parse 5400. 2-year-olds. Maidens. juJ)tJJ Allowances, Ind Horses A Wt St .14. K 5 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P 29620 8KNATOR BH.UCE 108 4 12 15 15 5 Hullman J L Clayton & Co 2 3 2i 4-5: 29583 THE MANIAC 110 3 4i 45 410 21 Prior J Kane 5 8 8 3 296Z03MAJOR BIRD 113 2 2a 21 2 35 Hoar W E Cotton 8-5 11-511-57-10 29620 8T. CBESTER 108 1 3 31 3 48 Raneom E J Baldwin & Co 3 Si Si 6-5 29620 L1LLIE DALE 105 6 65 66 65 56 Treanor Liberty Btable 10 20 20 7 24091 SIB CLAU8 119 5 58 f,6 5i 620 Hennessey A B Spreckels 6 15 15 6 29548 ANNIE MAX 105 8 8 77 720 Brodien V Bberidan 20 40 40 15 BILLY VICE, JE. 105 7 7 8 8 8 McDermottB A ChilBon 20 40 40 15 Time, 13,25, 50i, 1:04, l:lli. Winner Ch. c, by Amigo Indianola. Went to post at 2:16. At post 2 minutes. Start bad. Won easily; second handily. Senator Brnce took the lead early, held it withont tronble and was easily best in the going. Ho appears to be of the improving sort. The Maniac closed up fast in the stretch rnn. Major Bird ran his race. Bt. Chester qnit after showing early speed. Sir Clans is a good looker, bnt ran poorly, Overweights Sir Clans, 4 pounds. Senator Brnce, show, 2 to 5. The Maniac, Bhow, 6 to 5. Major Bird, show, 2 to 5. St. Chester, show. 1 to 2. 2")6X SKC8D BAGK 6 1-3 :FarlonsP ParB8 S4C0- 3-year-olds and upward. Ind Horses A Wt St H hi K StrFin Jockeys Owners OHO P (29573)DlDEROT 3 104 1 22 In 15 15 Hoar J P Atkins 1 6-5 1 2-5 296132BERCULEAN 4 114 4 4h 32 31 22 Bnllman HCAhlers 3 4i 4i 8-5 296002BEN LEDI 5 114 2 11 22 23 32 Spencer G Bcott 3 3 2i 7-10 296423SEA LION 5 117 5 52 4h 41 43 J Woods C Young 3 6 6 8-5 29638 TALMA 4 109 3 3n 50 520 5201 Birkenrath P McAuliffe 40 50 40 10 23710 GRAYLETTE 3 109 6 6 6 6 6 J Mathews B A Smith 20 1C0 100 40 Time, 24. 49i, 1 :16i, 1 :!3i. Winner Ch. g, by EouBsaau La Reina. Went to post at 2:42. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won in a canter; sscond easily. Diderot was in rare form todey and much the best. Herculean did his best under a good ride and ran a gsme race. The distance and going were both against Ben Ledi. Boa Lion is palpably Btale and ran' badly. Djrtprnt. phow. nnt. Hprculean, show, 3 to 5. Ben Ldi. show, 1 to 3. THIHD BACK 5-8 Mile. Purse $400. 2-year-oldi. Selling. 2 9 6 5 2 Ind Horses A Wt St X K & StrFin Jo.-.koye Owners O H O P 29598 ST. SEVER 115 1 66 42 34 li Bii kenruth H E Rowell 8-5 3 3 7-10 29537 SOL . 115 4 2h 21 U 2h J W oods P C Donalecho 8 10 8 3 29548 NONIE 115 2 12 13 li 35 Bnllman M Kane 5 5 2i 8-5 29640 DR. 8CHABFF 118 6 5i 3i 45 48 8pencer J W O'Neall & Co 7-5 8-5 3-2 2-5 295E9 SCBWABZWALD 118 5 4 65 5i 52 Mounco B Schreiber 10 20 20 7 2897S3VR. TIMbERLAKE114 7 7 7 61 65 L Daly D A Honig 20 50 50 20 29149 JERRY EDWARDS 116 S 31 5 7 7 Stuart T Hayes 30 50 50 20 2S537 FLATTENED 115 8 8 8 8 8 Hoar FDWeir 10 20 20 8 Time, 13, 25, 50i, 1 :03i. Winner Ch. c, by St. Carlo Sunlit. Went to poet at 3:05. At post 3 minntes. Start fair. Wen driving; eecond the same. St. Sever was best. Be bioke flat-footed bnt made up much ground and finished gaa-ely after withstanding interference. Sol stuck to his work well thrcughout. Nonie showed a fine burst of Bpted in the worst poing end, thcugh tiriDg, bung on stoutly. Dr. Echarff was unlucky early, but went poorly. Jerry Edwards showed spetd early. St. Ppypr phow, 1 to 3. Pol, show. 6 to 5. Nrnin. phow, 7 to 10. Dr. Scharff, show, 1 to 5. 2'96S3 FOURTH BACE1 Mile. Purse $500. 3-year-oldB. Handicap. Ind Horsse AWt Bt M hi X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P 2953830B1A 92 1 12 12 li li 12 J Ranch P Ryan 1 6-5 4-5 out (29552)GALANTHUS 91 3 28 210 2S 25 22 J Daly J Coffey 4-5 6-5 6-5 out 294903BRUTAL 90 2 3 3 3 3 3 Jackson BurlingameFarmlO 12 10 2 Time, 26i, 52, 1 :19, 1 ASi. Winner B. f, by Pardee Day Dream. Wnt to Doet at 3:30. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Obia ran well in the going, was in band throngbout and apparently much the best. GalanthnB was rated snd failed to show his usual brilliant speed and, although the pace was Blow, he was driving to stall off Brutal's trrmendons rush at the end. The latter is not at his best. Pcratchpd-?S6222Antolight.ll7. FIFTH BACE1 Mile. Puree $100. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. CyP)Z Ind Horses AWt Bt H hi X BtrFin Jockeys Ownara O H O P 29643 THE SINGER 4 112 1 1 16 16 15 is Jbnllman W P Magrane 2 2i 2 7-10 (2S5"6)BOBENLOHE 6 115 3 51 4n 51 31 2i Fpencer Elmwood Farm 2 2i 2i 4-5 (29621)Bt SE OF H1LO 4 112 5 32 2i 22 2h Si Monnce J J Sherry 2 12-58-5 3-5 29621 ROMANY 5 110 4 6 6 42 45 45 Collis Liberty Stable 20 30 20 5 29E73 LOST GIRL 7 107 6 4i 5i 6 6 5i Hoar E G McConnell 10 15 15 4 29148 SENATOR MATTB 5 112 2 2 31 3i 51 6 O'Connor H L Haskell 8 20 20 5 Time, 26, 52,1:18,1:46. Winner B. g, by The Bard Minnie Andrews. Went to poEt at 3:56. At pott 1 miDuts, Start good. Won in a canter;! second driving. The Singer ran unextended throughout and was much superior on a speed basis in mud. Hohonlohe, rated elorjg and moving up gradually, ontgamed Rose of Hilo in the final drive. Tho latter esspjed racing sfttr the rinrer End was tiring at the end. Romany was closing up well. LoBt Girl is in bBd form. Senator Matte showed early Bpeed. Overwtights Romany. 3 pounds. The Pincpr. show, 1 to 3. Hobmilohe. show, 1 to 3. Rosa of Hilo, show, 1 to 4. B1XTE HACE 7-8 Mile. Parse J100. 3-ysar-olds and upward. Selling. 6 5 2 9 ) Ind Horses A Wt Bt M hi X StrFin Jockeys Ownara O H C P 296S5 LlbO UMjhR 5 112, 1 11 2 25 u H Monnce W Lewis 4 5 5 2 29E6S EL BEY 3 96 3 22 12 in 23 25 Hoar P C Donaleche 6 8 8 3 29561 RUSH FIELDS 7 113 2 52 3i 41 4i 3n Jackson W H Ketchiman 15 15 10 4 2S64S3PI OBN 4 110 5 4i 41 32 33 45 O'Connor P Ryan 2 2 8-5 3-5 2f5622BIDWAID 4 113 6 6J 52 55 510 fiSO Enllman W B Jenninge&Co3 3i 3i 6-5 28597 BDRPOCK 4 9 4 Si 61 66 63 62 J Daly O P Homigh 20 60 60 20 29621 GO OUT 4-110 7 7 7 7 7 7 J Mathews J Burrows 20 50 50 20 29643 WYOMING 7 114 Left at tho pest. Spsncer J G Brown & Co 4 5 5 2 Time, 13, 27i, 51, 1 :17i, l:30i. Winner B. g, by Exile Meddle. Went to post at 4:20. At pott 3 minntes. Start bad. Won driving; second easily. Disturber beat the gate and ran to biB best form showing startling improvement. El Bey was lncky and liked the going but swerved badly in the last furlong. Ruth Fields is improving, displayed speed and flnithi d fatt. Plobn,-off badly and used up in trying to got up, quit badly. Redwald could not get up from a bad start. Scratched 296212Urchin, 107; 295712Canejo, 103; 298213Trimmer, 104; 296S8 Binaldo II., 104. OverweightB-El Bey, 2 pounds; Wyoming, 4. Disturber, show, evens. El Rey, show, 8 to 5. Bush Fields, Bhow, 2 to 1. Plohn, show, 1 to 3. BedwnW. phrw. 1 to 2. New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NEW ORLEANS, I.A., December 8. Fourth day. Crescent City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather cloudy; track muddy. Presiding Judge, B. W. Simmons. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. Bacing starts at 2:00 p. m. F1BHT HACB 5 1-g Fnnqngs. Purse $300. 2-year-olds. Allowances. CjJ Ind Horses . A Wt St hi hi X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P 29633 LOU WOODS lOli 5 11 23 23 13 Blake C K Bnrdeau Si 4 4 Th 294682THE BOSTON 109 6 42 1" 12 26 T O'Brien C E Jeffera & Co 3 6 6 2 29018 CAST IRON 1061 2 53 5 31 S Dale B E Watkins & C06 6 6 2 296S32DOLCE F. NIENTE1041 1 3 Si 42 43 CoburnJ A H & D H Morris6-5 8-2 7-5 1-2 (29I38)ADA B. G. 109 3 2" 42 5 53 Landry Mrs W Hoffman 10 25 25 10 S H&pTAMiTELL B I 7 7 7 6 Hope J J Ogles' 15 25 25 8 'ont &F-S9Jk, 101 7 6"6 6i 725 Otis W Weir & Co 20 50 30 J 12 ' 29244 KATHEBINE C. 103 8 8 8 8 8 C" Wilson F Reagan 8 8 8 3 Time, 24, 5Ci, 1:031, 1:101. Winner B. c, by Golden Garter Alesia. Wentrto post at 2:02. At post 16 minutes. Btart good. Won easily second the, same. Lou Woods had to be hard ridden in the early stages, but came away in the stretch and won as his rider pleased. The Boston showed early speed, but when challenged quit badly as if short. "Cast iron made up much ground and got third place in the final stride. Dolce Far Niante was hard ridden all the way. He would have been third but for making a wide turn into the stretch. Katharine C was pulled up when the flag fell. Scratched (29633)Pos;illionl04. Overweights Lou Woods, i pound ; Cast Iron, 21 ; Dolce Far Niente, i; Katherine C, 2. Lou Woods, show, 3 to 5. The Boston, Bhow, 4 to 5. CaBt Iron, show, 4 to 5. Dolce Far mente, show, out. 2964:5 8ECSilingHACS1 1-10 MUe8' Pnra95300 ear-olds and upward. 1ml Horses A Wt St hi hi StrFin Jockoya Ownara O H C P 296373SWORD8M AN 7 110 6 41 31 36 In 12 T O'Brien Fizer & Co 451 1 292373H OF TRAfl'MAEE6 106 1 Z 2 U 22 2 Boyd J U Strode 2 3 f J 288JiCHANCEEY 5 105 5 12 H 2i 38 315 Rice E Trotter & Co 15 30 30 I t SSSfFxu-cr x,fSJ ? Skk63 41 42 44 ERobortsonLamasney Bros 4 5 5 ,,7-5 29150 FRANK IRELAND5 105 4 7 7 7 52 53 Nntt JClorico&Co 15 20 20 - 6 , 29208 WHISPER LOW 5 105 7 61 5 52 6i 63 Houston G W CnrtS 15 40 40 U5 296S2 PHECURSOB 4 108 2 5n 41 6 7 7 Gormloy B C Hifdreth 8 20 20 6 ' Time, 25, 51, 1:18, l:44h l:5?i. " Winner Br. h, by Cavalier Herschel. Wont to post at 2:44. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second driving. S-rords-man, under restraint m the early stages, came away in the stretch, whon his ridor was ready and won with plenty in reserve. Henry of Trastamare waB forced to do his bast at the end to Bave second place. Chancery showed early spaod, but quit after going thres-quartors and then later came again with a rush. Tho cthsrs did not fancy tho going. 104-H2C9300CMey1h"21046 Donator' 109' 29465 .Frank McConnell, 10f; 29816 Jena, 105; (29619)Eda Riley, BwordBman, show, out. Henry of Trastamare, show, out. Chancery, show, 3 to 1. 29646 THI"D BAGE1 MIle' Pnrse$300. 3-year-olds. Allowances. " ind Horses AWt St X H X StrFin Jockeys Owners ' o HOP 29088 DONNA 8EAY 95 2 53 4n 21 21 u Earle E W Baxter 3 4 I V2 29594 GRAY DALLY 103 8 H 13 11 12 2 C Wilson F Beagan 2 21 ZiptA 29388 FARM'B BENNETT 103 1 Hi 31 S3 Sn 31 Otis James Arthur 2i 3 U-51 29388 LITTLE ELKIN 10S 7 7 68 620 Ei 41 Hope J J Ogles 3 5 1 29072 JOHN BULL 95 4 6i 5 5k 41 510 Helgeeon HutchinBon & Co 15 SO 30 8 28839 HARRY PULLIAM 98 5 31 22 41 60 6co Gormley JPHirth. 20 30 3D I 29145 JIM TAYLOR 102i 6 2i 7 7 7 7 . W Nelson W W O'Hara 20 40 40 15 Time, 26, 52i, 1 :20, 1 :48i. Winner B. f, by Jim Goro Twitter. Went to post at 3:10. At post 5 minutes. Btart good. Won handily; second driving. Donna Seay caught Gray Dally m the last sixteenth, when tho latter began tiring, and won drawing away. Gray Dally was made too much use of in tho early stages and would have been beaten in another stride for second place. Farmer Bennett lost ground on tho stretch turn, but was coming strongly at tho end. Little Elkm made up.much ground from a bad baginnine Scratched 289243 Mcnos, 103. . 00 Overweights Gray Dally, S pounds: Jim Taylor, 41. Donna Beay, show, 1 to 2. Gray Dally, show, 2 to 5. Farmer Bennett, Bhow, 1 to 2. 2964:7 FOUBTH RACE 3-4 Mile. Purse $100. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. ' Ind Horses A Wt Bt M K X StrFin Jockeys Ownara OHO P 28836 TOM COLL1N8 6 106i 5 3 3" 33 12 T O'Brien Fizer & Co jwfl gTwo 29592 TOM K1NGBLEY 6 107 1 41 42 41 23 Dale CA Johnson&Co 4 6 6 29635 CHOICE 8 104 2 23 22 21 31 Coburn A H&D H Morris 1 2i 2i 4-5 291983HENRY BURT 3 110 6 6 53 52 4- Wair CERowe 8 in 10 S 29592 L. JACK HORNER 5 94 3 U li 1F 53 Gormley W H Richardson 8 8 7 2 296153TATAR 4 90 4 5h 6 6 6 Holgeson J W Panglo 10 IS 12 ! , Time, 25i, 50, 1:17. Winner B. h, ly Newconrt Malada. Wont to post at 3;31. At poBt 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily; Bacond the same. Tom Collins, under restraint in the first part of the race, came fast through the stretch and won can-taring at tho end. Tom Kmgsley, under a hard drive, made up much ground and finished strongly. Choice was staggering at the end and would have been beaten in a few more strides for third place. Little Jack Horner showed speed, but tired almost to a walk in the last sixteenth Blxtefmth 8cratched-(29592)8evoy, 120; 2911823t. Cuthbert, 105: 298S62The Rush, 103 Overweights Tom Collins, 31 pounds; Tom Kingsley, 2. Tom Collins, show, out. Tom Kingsley, show, 4 to 5. Choice, show, 1 to 2. 2964:8 BoUiS?011"6 1-8 3rurlonSs' Parse 5300. 4-year-olda and upward. lad Horses A Wt Bt X K X BtrFin Jockey Owners -OHO F 289053EUTERPE 5 1061 1 3k Hi 1 16 t O'Brien U Z DeArman 7-107-in--; nnt 296162MB. PHINIZY 5 108 4 58 410 s 2 Landry HBobinsSn 21 4 I i 2S677 ORTBUD 4 103 3 m 3h 21 3 Hope B Eckhart 15 50 50 1' 2931520LEKMA 4 98 5 2 21 410 415 Holgeson V Hughes 4 7 7 I 288S9 D0UJTEBSWIV'L6 106 2 . 41 56 53 56 Moonoy F Sloan K ft 29317 MI83 CONBAD 4 1044 6 6 6 6 6 Blake EM Jackson 12 1 15 15 ia 4 4 Time, 24i, 501, 1:17, 1:24. Winner B. m, by Cavalier Ban Dance. Went to post at 4:13. , At post 2 minutss. Start good. Won eased up; sacond easily. Euterpa outclassed hr company in the going and made her field look cheap. Mr. PhinizV, after making a wide turn into the stretch, came fast and finished strongly. Ortrud was raced too hard in thl aPaamn.raS?is ltBXiS 295" -ter Mariner, 107; 29817 Overwoighta Euterpa, li pounds; Miss Conrad, li. Mr. Phinizy, show, out. Ortrud, show, 5 to 1. 2964:9 BIXTH BACE1 mie- Pnrse5300- 3-ysar-olds and upward. SoUirig. '7id Horses A Wt Bt X M 5 BtrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 295893MENACE 3 98 .2 li 1 15 15 16 Gormley Fizar & Co 7-107 in7 mf 29S15 WOODSTICK 3 93 1 32 2 21 2 26 Munro MrsRM Wosterf'ldl 1 ii ?in 29635 FREE PASS 4 96 3 43 31 32 S3 S3 Helgeson Sha t Bros i 11 29309 BEQUEATH 6 101 4 56 530 4 H 412 D Hall B E Watkina 20 40 Jn 7 W. H. DIXON 3 95i 5 23 43 510 510 510 Hico MraT Cano 0 fin In 21632 MAJOB MANBIB 4 95 6 6' 6 6 6 6 Boyd JU r Strode 20 20 M 15 15 5 5' , . Time,25,51,l:18i, l:45i. Winner B. f, L by Rainbow Mendacity. . Wont to post at 4:15. At post lminute. Start good. Won pulling up; second easily. It was simply an exercise gal'opfor the winner. Shi .was under restraint all the wa Woodstick d7ow cTuld nToSedhimseDlfth8 hm8, weaioned in final quafter.Major ulnZ 2824fCPCahE?aTg!8l 105; 29647 Tatar' ' Eugenia 8., 101; Overweights W. H. Dixon, 3i pounds. Woodstick, show, 1 to 3. Free Pass, show, out. tLtL Turf Exchange COMMISSIONS ON ALL RACES. Stations. First Second I Third Train Train Train SPECIAL TRAINS ON n L,y-"iph at 1235 iM ia& 3 Xa.nBar8n Sfc- 12:38 1:08 1:38 ILLINOIS CENTRAL RY. 0 SliiS:::::-::: SS iSS iS Returniner -Trains at C:05 and 6:05 p.m. " SS ll:":::::: li'50 1-20 1-50 ' and after last race. Grand Crossing 12:55 l ROUND TRIP, - - 25iCENTS. Kensington.... 1:00 1:30 2:00 Page  Notes of the Turf nWW ! I""WHIIIJHI11U1 NOTES OF THE TURF. I Twp cars loadtd with thoroughbred horses that have been racing: in tho east during the seaeon arrivod at Lexington, Ey,, last night and will be sent to thtir respective farms, for the winter. Tho stable of Col. James E. Pepper, with Whiskey King and othsr good onoe ; that of Col. W. B. Simmons, with Colonel Bill and pthais, and Howard McCorkle, with Barouche and others. The latost jockey to arrive at New Orleans is li. Smith, who went there from Bennings. Smith rode in good form at the metropolitan tracks during the season jnst past. It was he who had the mount on James B. Eosmo's Toddy whan that horse ran third in the Suburban, Smith will do the riding for 2. J. & J. H. Hutchinson at the New Orleans meeting. Bob Baker, the colt declared ineligible to race on West3rn Jockey Club tricks and ordered scratched from the Inaugural handicap last Thursday, has been doolarcd in good standing on tho strength ol a wire from Secretary Euhl. Bondolle, a Ally owned by L. A. Buiseon & Co., entered in the second race last Friday, was declared out for the same reason. Brcod maros from tho Pueblo ranch of J. Nagloa Burk were sold for a Bona last Tuosday at San Francisco. Jnnot, N dam of Crescendo and Bellicose, being secured by Charles Fair for 51,000. Burns & Waterbouse paid $400 for Amida, the dam of Impromptu. The others brought from $35 to $200, ozcept Dura, for which B.de B. Lopez paid 5300. Henry CI. Ziegler of Cincinnati has nominated his yoarling chBtnut colt by Ornament Nellie C. and his two-year-old colt Herons for the Great Bapublic Stakes of $50,000 to be run for in 1904 at Saratoga. The Ornament colt is now at Lexington Ky., and is said to b one of tho best of the year. Chief Steward Rees intends to be strict with the jockeys at New Orleans, especially when they try to boat the barrier. He fined Coburn $15 last Friday on this Bcore and warned him that a repetition meant a thirty days suspension. Lyne waB warned for the same offense. J. B. Beapass, Jos Yoager, Tom Davis, W. H. Sayres, Bob McMillan and a nnmber of other horsemen left Cincinnati yesterday for Lexington to attend the Ward & Shanklin sale of thoroughbreds. Paul Bgbart has decided to rest up his good colt Paul Croy ton, by Qaickllma Belle Baden. He has bean sont down to Lexington from Cincinnati and will be turned out for a couple of months. Notice NOTIOH. Djuii Baoiho Fork is a publication whiei Is built by its staff from day to day. Its "font1 and the number of iti ch&rts are copyrighted, 7ha chart numbers are so arranged that less.) Idaatlflcatloa ia easy of proof, The celestiosi and handicap figures attached to entries art arranged on the same basis. The latter sosai from the work of four rpiris tvfUr the tslv graphic rsoeipt of charts and entries, All p 30ns are warnsd not to uie said chart or iuds smwliArs. se-Jjtatlnn. or hanfan Rami? PEDIGREE BLANKS. On linen paper, artistically edged in colors, x ruled and arranged for six generations of siroE and dams of individuals and their ancestors. Ten cents each, $1.00 per dozen, $3.50 per hundred, No owner of a stallion should be without a supply. DAILY RACING FOBM, 124-126 Fifth Avenue, Chicago, 111. NOW READY. 20TH YEAB ..the.. GoodwirYs annual Official of 1900. Turf Guide A work of 2,000 pages containing reports o) 7,200 races in the U. S. and Canada with a "FORM TABLE" to all principal meetings. Also many miieel laneous data absolutely invaluable to all turf followers, Qnjnac; In Cloth, $5.30. rl JUU in Half Morocco, $7.30. In Englloh Half Calf, $0.30 Circulars mailed upon application. Gw&m Bhs ! 440 Srosdwgf. H&w Ycrli man 1 1,111 1 ' " mmmmummtmimiiMu. All the Turt' News All Tracks arc Perfectly Edited. Fiilly Reported. IDailyI Racing Form Form Sheets and Entries I Telegraphic, Correct, Expertly Indexed. Concise, Comely. Training News a Specialty. Olcial Organ of the Western Jockey Glut OFF OUR OWN PRESSES BEFORE THE CHICAGO DAIRIES. . One Month $1.25 subscription etAM 7 Six Months 7.50 One Year 14.00 ENVELOPE. 524-126 FIFTH AVENUE. CHICAGO. ILL. THE COPYRIGHTED. A Handbook of Figures Beyond Comparison. An Oicial Compendium of Records. Running, trotting and pacing, -;; . ' The pugilistic record of 1900, Handicapping and bookmaking tables. (70UB HANDICil? TABUES WITH 2KJSY8.) GSgnia.il -M U mull u naujaam out : i yrarrriiwi iJwwBnaeiMaMMM luminaries M Experts on tne Past Year's Doings. ...3SD3THB BY F. H. BRUNELL... ' m ents in Paper. Daily Racing Form Publishing Go,, m gents in Soft Morocco. ...124-126 Fifth Ave., Chicago, ML