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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, March 1, 1903 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1903 drf1903030101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, March 1, 1903 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1903 $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  " - VOIi. IX. yp. 52. CHICAGO, SUNDAY, MAECH 1, 1903. PKICE 5 CENTS Harlem Jockey Club Entries HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB ENTRIES. 1 ' Fourteen hundred and seventy-five nomina- tions were made to the twelve stakes of the ; Harlem Jockey Club which closed February 18. In making this announcement Secretary. Nathanson claims to have reached the highest mark ever noted for events of this kind. The recently closed stake lists of the three principal Chicago tracks present these figures : No No Average Stakes.Entries.Pe"rStake. Harlem 12 1,475 . 123 Washington Park .. 17 1,912 112 Hawthorne .... 12 1,039 88 The table shows a general increase over the figures for the identical stakes of 1902. What is fully as important, it indicates a certainty of sport of the highest grade for the coming season. Harlem received more entries for twelve stakes this year than Washington Park did last year for seventeen stakes. The total is the largest on record for stakes of the kind, in spite of the fact that Washington Park received over 500 more entries this year than It did last season. Eleven- out .of the-tweLve. Harlem stakes have more than 100 entries each, the exception being the M. Lewis Clark. Its list is confined for the most part to horses entered for the Derby. Bach of the stakes, with one exception, shows a great increase in numbers over last year. The exception is the Petite, a race for two-year-old misses, and it has just six less than were named for the event last year. The five stakes for two-year-olds have a total of 582 nominations, an average of 116. The five stakes for three-year-olds and upward have a total of 703 nominations, an average of 141. Some features of unusual importance are shown by the details of the present Harlem stake list, a resume of which follows: For three-year-olds and upward. EntriesEntriesEntriesValue with 1903. 1902. 1901.10 Starters. Harlem National 113 97 105 $10,000 20th Century 134 101 94 8,260 Chicago 152 113 109 4,020 Austin 166 145 121 3,660 Garden City 138 131 129 3,880 For three-year-olds. M. Lewis Clark.. 86 76 85 3,510 Riverside 104 99 S7 3,040 For two-year-olds. Petite 102 108 S9 3,020 Graduate 110 100 86 3,100 Youngster .. ....128 106 106 3,280 Provilo 121 120 97 3,210 Junior 121 112 91 3,210 Total 1,475 1,308 1,199 $52,199 Av'geper stake 123 109 100 4,350 This showing is particularly gratifying because several of the heavy nominators of last year are absent, notably John W. Schorr a-nd Tichenor and Newgass. Schorr may race at Washington Park but his campaign will mainly be in the east. Tichenor & Newgass made no entries at Harlem, presumably this resenting last year's ruling of the officials of that track, which barred their horse Lacri-mae for inconsistent running. The nominations from unexpected quarters, however, exceed expectations and much more than make up for the absentees. There can be no question as to the superior quality of the material shown in the Harlem offerings of this season as compared with the best class that participated in last year's sport. All the great stables of the west and south, with the exceptions noted, are represented through the lists in a way that indicates their determination to race in Chicago throughout the season, while the representation from the east : indicates that some of the large owners of ; 1 ' ; : ; that section are contemplating racing at a Chicago track, other than Washington Park. In this fact is to be found one of the greatest promises for the future of local racing. H. T. Oxnard, the sugar magnate, has engaged his Derby candidate, Standard Bearer, in the Harlem National, the $10,000 race, aid and the Clark Stakes; James R. Keene, the financier and official of The Jockey Club, is represented by the entries of S. W. Streett; H. M. Ziegler, the former owner of Hermis, has Luke Ward and New York n., his Suburban candidates, in the Twentieth Century Handicap indicating a fall visit here, besides entering three two-year-olds; Frank Farrell has the famous Blues in the Harlem National and Twentieth Century; M. J. Daly is represented by the American Derby candidate and California Derby winner, Claude; W. L. Oliver has Lord Badge in the National and Twentieth Century; Capt. S. S. Brown, the Pittsburg coal baron, is represented in the principle events, and J. P. Croker, J. S. Stewart and M. Jordan are other eastern owners in the list of nominators. . Jn. all. 202, different stables are represented in the nominations. Among the largest nominators are E. Corrigan, with 69; Fred Cook, 68; J. A. Drake, 58; C. R. Ellison, 58; G. C. Bennett, 54; P. Dunne, 53; Durnell & Herz, 53; S. C. Hildreth, 52; B. Schreiber, 48. Burns & Waterhouse, who expected to race exclusively in the east this season, sent on entries from California and will probably race at Harlem Park, either going or coming and perhaps both. The rare quality of the material to be seen hereabouts this season can be found in the numbers named by the foregong owners as well as those of Middle-ton & Jungbluth, George J. Long, James Touhey, Caesar Young, W. H. Laudeman, E. S. Gardner, Talbot Bros., W. S. Barnes, Clay Bros.. Woodford & Buckner, D. S. Fountain, Gorman & Bauer, J. B. Respess, C. H. Smith, J. C. Cahn, T. H. Stevens, Turney Bros., T. P. Hayes, J. B. Lewman and others. The full list of nominators, showing the number of entries made by each, follows: Arthur, J. & H. 15; Barnes, W. S.,15; Belknap, G. W. & Co., 4; Bender, S. S., 8; Bennett, G. C. & Co., 54; Bernays, A. C, 4; Bradley, Mrs. R., 8; Bratton, John S., 9; Brewster, Mrs. E., 6; Brown, S. S., 19; Bruhns, F. & Co., 7; Burke, W., 5; Burns & Waterhouse, 9; Butler, B., 12; Cable & Knapp, 5; Cahn, J. C, 7; Campbell, C. B., 10; Carey, Thomas, 5; Clay Bros., 11; Coffey, Mrs. J., 4; Cook, Fred, 68; Corrigan, E., 69; Cushing, J. E., 6; Darden, W. W. & Co., 10; Dernham, Hart, 10; Dewitt, C. & Co., 6; Doss, F. W., 4; Drake, J. A., 58; Dunne, P., 53; Durnell & Herz, 53; Ellison, C. R., 58; Ezell, L. H., 9; Ezell & Lazarus, 5; Fountain, D. S., 4; Fuller, J. W., 18; Gardner, E. S., 7; Gardner, John, 4; Gorman & Bauer, 16; Greener, J. G. & Co., 16; Hayes & VanMeter, 7; Hayes, T. P., 18; Hedges, W. E. & Co., 11; Hellebush, C, 7; Hildreth, S. C, 52; Hodges, L. H., 6; Johnson, C. A. & Co., 5; Jungbluth, K., 6; Knebelkamp, C. H., 5; Lewman, J. B., 6; Linnell, A. M., 4; Long, G. J., 16; Lind, C. & Co., 25; McDowell, T. C, 15; McGuire, P., 4; McTyerie, H. N., 6; Magrane, W. P., 5; Mahone, C. E., 6; Marion, L. & Co., 4; Mark-lein, J. J., 7; May, W. H. & Son, 6; Milam, J. C. & Co., 14; Morton, S. G., 8; Mosher, F. C, G; Newman, .J, F., 6; Morris, John H., 4; Middleton & Jungbluth, 13; Ownbey, J. S., 9; Price, W. S., 4; Respess, J. B., 28; Rice, R. R., 4; Schorr, John F., 5; Schreiber, B., 4S; Schulte, W. F., 9; Schwartz, E. J., 4; Scoggan, H. J., 6; Slaughter, J. L., 15; Stev.-ens, T. H., 20; Stevens & Rutledge, 6; Storn, Matt, 9; Streett, S. W. & Co., 7; Strode, J. U 12; Summers, G., 4; Talbot Bros., 22; Touhey, James, 15; Tracey, S. S. & Co., 9; Trotter, E., 7; Turney Bros., 11; Vincent, B., 6; Waltring, C. T. &.Co., 10; Waters, C. E. 11; Weil, K. I. & Co., 4; Wood, F. T., 11; Woodford & Buckner, 10; Young, Caesar, 7; Ziegler, H. M., 5. Three entries each, James Curl, C. P. Fink, J. F. Hacker, Hazzard & Byam, C. Jepsen, Ben Johnson, W. C. Overton & Co., J. H. Rob-gins, W. M. Sanford & Co., P. Sheridan, W. C. Scott, Charles H. Smith, J. M. Smith, Ward & Harlan, John Welch & Co., J. Williams. Two entries each, W. Baier, W. R. Baker, & Co., J. S. Barbee, J. F. Barrett & Co., A. G. Blakely, C. W. Carroll, E. J. Cunningham, M J. Daly, W. J. Donohue, Frank Farrell, Ed Frazer, H. Gibson, Jr., P. J Millett, Mrs. J. C. Gray, L. J. Hanchett, G. B. Havill, R. M. Hennessy, F. W. Holtgrewe, S. K. Hughes, S. T. Jacob, W. H. Jackson, Jr., A. Sidney Johnson, Mrs. W. O. Joplin, M Jordan, Keating S:Hecker, F. J. Kelley, E. L. Kripp, R. GriansIng,W. H. Laudeman," M. Lowenstein & Co., J. S. McCullough, J. McGeehan, J. D. McMillan & Co., W. A. McNulty, John Man-nion, John D. Millin, W. L. Oliver, Oots Bros., H. T. Oxnard,, O. G. Parke, S. E. Parmer, F. Phillips, E. A. Pike & Co.,, D. N. Prewitt & Co., C. F. Robbins, George Rowe & Co., M. Sabath, H. I. Saxton, H. M. Shannon, W. L. Stanfield, J. T. Stewart & Co., Thompson Bros., W. E. Vater, T. Wellman, R. M. Westerfield, Wickliffe & Graddy, J. S. Williams, Ben Woodford, J. C. Yeager. One entry each, J. E. Brewer, C. F. Buseh-meyer, W. Cahill, Mrs. L. Clayton, D. F. Cox, J. R. Croker,, A. J. Gorey, F. Gray, H. L. Haskell, C. H. Hayden, H. Herendeen, D. A. Honig, D. J. Kirby, J. P. Krewer, A. Lantz, E. T. Lillard, Lockart Bros., C. C. McCaffer-ty, J. J. Murray, Ottman & Murphy, T. D. Sullivan, G. B. Watkins, R. E. Watkins, J. Wambsgans, E. Welsh, J. J. Younker, Jr. The renewal of the M. Lewis Clark Stakes will again be important in its relation to the American Derby. It is for three-year-olds at nine furlongs, and this year shines with 86 entries of the choicest class, of which no less than 65 are candidates for the big derby. Last year the Clark had 76 entries, of which 46 were derby eligibles. Among the eligibles that are not also in the derby are Epicure, the California horse that is considered one of the best of his years now in training there; Esherin, John F. Schorr's Oaks winner; By Ways and Flying Ship. The race will be run June 13, and a complete list of its nominations is as follows, the stars ndicating the American Derby eligibles: Rankin Dupont Au Revoir Lem Reed Pericles Postmaster Wright Gold Bride Gregor K. Linguist Ontonagon Gilfain Shooting Star Antagonist . . Orsina Orly 'Woodlake Skilful Bourbon Captain Arnold Dan McKenna "Vestry Standard Bearer Sinner Simon Dick Welles Incubator Gold Bell "Topsoil Sigmund Watkins Overton Senator Dwyer Manru Prince Eugene Orfeo Peter J. Gypzene Handspinner Alfio McGowan Beaugard McGee Oklahoma Belle George W. Dasch Lendin Capable J. Sidney Walker Bernays CONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGE. HARLEM JOCKEY CLUB ENTRIES. (Continued from first page.) Savable Mimo Von Rouse Mindora Judge Himes Geheimniss Lyman Hay By Ways Bardolph Estrada Palma defiant The Don Orlando Bad News Witfull Creolin The Picket Malory Jackfull Banter Governor First Mason Canyon Collonade Ahola Esherin Discharged Lacy Crawford Flying Ship Pickaway Maxey Blumenthal King Hammon Will Sherry Epicure High Chancellor Glendale Early Red Raven Prince of Endurance Ravel The Twentieth Century Handicap contains ' practically all the horses entered in the Harlem National, the $10,000 race, entries to which were made public Wednesday by Secretary Nathanson. Among those in the Twentieth Century that are not in the National, are Scintillant II., the English bred horse which won the. race last year and established a new American record for the distance; Early, P. Dunne's fine colt; John Bright, which won the Harlem Handicap, and other stakes last year and Wainamoinen. The greater number in the Twentieth Century over those in the National is due to the fact that it is run in the fall when the combined strength of all stables will be in Chicago. The Twentieth Century list follows: Garden City Handicap, six furlongs. Horses. Age. Horses. Age. Rankin 3 Erne 4 Canyon 3 Orsina 3 Fatalist 6 Allan-a-Dale 4 Pericles 3 Lord Badge 4 Alfred Vargrave .... (5 Belle's Commoner . 4 Beaugard 3 W. B. Gates 7 South Breeze 5 Otis 4 Linguist 3 Lacy Crawford 2 Scintillant H 7 Old Hutch 4 Claude 3 Prowl 4 J Sidney Walker .... 3 Aladdin 4 Huzzah 4 Little Scout 4 Jaubert 4 Audiphone 4 Savable 3 Harding I High Chancellor 3 Corrigan 4 Golden Wishes 6 Terra Firma 4 McChesney 4 Evea G ... 4 Lucien Appleby 4 Lendin 3 Moor 5 Hargis 4 Skilful 3 Maxey Blumenthal. S Flying Torpedo 5 Monsieur B'aucaire 3 Blackthorn ,4 Piederich . ...... 5 Satin Coat 5 Runnels 4 Gregor K 3 Alabarch 4 Witfull 3 Red Comyn 4 St. Marcos 5 Early 3 Potheen ..- 4 Nitrate De Sanet 4 Rolling Boer 5 Malory 3 Harry New 4 Orfeo 3 Captain Arnold 3 Governor 3 Blues 5 Capable 3 Don't Ask Me 4 Chamblee 3 Jordan 4 Bernays 3 Topsoil 3 Paul Whaley 5 Lord Quex 4 Picquart 4 Telamon 5 Florizar 5 Pinochle S Treacy 3 The Picket 3 Abe Frank 4 Hernando 5 Au Revoir 3 Tobar 4 Water Edge 4 Monarka 5 Airtight 3 Dubious 4 Prodigal Son 3 Six Shooter 5 Discharged 3 Colonel Ballantyne. 5 Artilla 6 Dewey 4 Bessie Spahr 4 Arbamahala 5 Ravel 3 Barca 3 Miracle II 4 Kalos C King Daly 4 John Bright Marcos 4 Sidney Lucas 5 Wyeth 4 Geta Blackburn ... 5 Amur 5 The Conqueror II.. 6 Jiminez 5 Red Raven 3 John McGurk 5 Luke Ward 5 The Lady 6 Wainamoinen 4 Caliban 4 Epicure 3 Prince Blazes 8 Glen Water 4 Judge Himes 3 Dr. Stephens 5 "Vulcain G Eonic 5 Dupont 3 New York II 5 Incubator 3 Estrada Palma 3 Wing Dance 4 The Don 3 Favonius 7 Inventor 4 Major Tenny 4 Ben Chance G Towas 3 Water Cure G Watkins Overton ...3' The class of performers attracted by the high prizes attached to the Harlem National, Twentieth Century and Garden City Handicaps, the popular Chicago Stakes and the Austin and Riverside selling events is far ahead of that drawn by the same races in previous years. The handicaps are among the richest in the country and the Garden City is a dash for sprinters that always enlists the speediest short-distance runners of the day. It has the following entries: Twentieth Century Handicap, 1 3-1G miles. Horses. Age. Horses. Age. W. J. Deboe 5 Bronze Wing 5 Abe Frank 4 Jack Rattlin 4 Irby Bennett 3 Oleflant 3 Benvolio 3 Our Cora 3 Emma A. M 4 Autumn Leaves ... 4 Tayon C Witfull 3 Rose Tree G St. Marcos 5 Philo 3 Little Mission 3 Ed Austin 4 Stand Pat 4 Hindi 3 Bard of Avon 5 Prodigal Son 3 De Sanet 4 Horses. Age. Horses. Age. Discharged 3 Ventoro 7 Bessie Spahr 4 Orsius 3 Monsieur de l'Orme.. 4 Florite 3 Gpyzene 3 Rabunta 5 Au Revoir 3 Mayor Johnson 5 Ahola 3 Burnie Bunton .... 5 Corrigan 4 Dick Welles 3 Nellie Waddell 4 Paul Whaley 5 St. Minor 3 Otis 4 Marta Santa 7 Anna Beall 3 Hattie Walker 3 Rag Tag 4 Miss Plume 4 Josette 3 Worthington 4 The Crisis 3 Harrow 7 Maud Gonne 5 Von Rouse 3 Sanctissima 3 First Chip 3 Mocorito 8 Jiminez 5 Uneerder 3 If You Dare 5 L Etrenne 5 Tom Maybin 3 J. Sidney Walker .. 3 Lyman Hay 3 Uranium 3 Captain Arnold 3 Zibia 4 The Common 4 High Chancellor.... 3 Mary Glenn 3 Trinity Bell 5 Lady Bimbo 3 Golden Wishes G Clara Louise 3 St. Cuthbert 8 Topsoil 3 Pr. of Endurance.. 3 John Peters 4 Judge Himes 3 Arachne 5 Skilful 3 Bummer 7 Don't Ask Me 4 Henry McDaniels ... 3 Lem Reed 3 Organdie 3 Doeskin 4 Goal Runner ., 7 Gregor K 3 Allan-a-Dale 4 Automaton 5 Pea Ridge 3 Telamon 5 Princess Titania 5 Lord Quex 4 Ed L 9 Santa Ventura .... 5 Apple Sweet 3 Whiskey King 4 Sir Dugald G Beau Ormonde 5 Schwalbe 4 Orfeo 3 Fairbury 5 Orsina 3 Prince Eugene 3 Mansard 3 Wainamoinen 4 Gracious 5 The Don 3 Divonne 5 Fromage de Brie 3 Carl Kahler 5 Hickory Corners 3 Collonade 3 Stem Winder 3 Federal 7 Tower of Candles ... 5 Crimean 4 Serge 3 Bessie Settle 3 A. D. Gibson 5 Delagoa 4 Optional 4 Kalos G Irene Mac 3 Peter J 3 Savable 3 Catechise 3 Alabarch 4 D'mondsandRubies 3 Toah 5 Balm of Gilead .... 4 Golden Rule G Bad News 3 The Lady G Lute 4 Harry New 4 Of the 582 nominations to the two-year-old stakes, it may be said that they will contribute toward making these five events and the overnight dashes for that class the most interesting in the west, because of the record number of entries and the large array of stable interests they represent. All the youngsters of prominence that have appeared at this early date are entered, and the fact that all of the big nominators printed in the foregoing list, have been liberal in naming their two-year-olds, bears out the prophecy that no colt or filly that indicated superior speed as a yearling has been left out. Aside from this there can be no line as to the form of the sapling racers at this time. Secretary Nathanson has been as fortunate this season as last in his efforts to induce owners to hand in the names of their two-year-olds, and in this detail the Harlem Park stake book will be of special interest. The secrecy that usually envelopes the identity of the youngsters trained by the leading western owners will be removed by this publication. The season of racing at Harlem Park will be one of forty-three days only, but the program of stakes, overnight handicaps and purses will call for the distribution of over $200,000. Purses will be increased in value and an effort made to maintain the cross country sport to a high standard and in keeping with that on the flat. Ten or more stakes for decision during the fall meetings will be announced in July. M'Chesney to Go East M'CHESNEY TO GO EAST. Durnell & Herz have sold McChesney to E. E. Smathers for the reported price of $30,000. This is fortunate in that it almost certainly assures his going east next summer to meet Hermis. The lucky Saratoga Club will, no doubt, fall heir to the most sensational race of the year, provided always that both horses remain in good form. McChesney can be entered in a number of rich stakes at Saratoga, and also in the fall stakes at all of the New York tracks. He is now heavily engaged at Memphis, Nashville, Louisville and Chicago, and will probably fill most of his western engagements before being taken east. He can do that with ample time left in which to take him on to Saratoga for a rest before the meeting there opens. If he is entered in the $12,000 Saratoga Handicap we shall know how Mr. Vosburgh rates the two crack four-year-olds comparatively and his assignment of weights will be looked forward to with decided interest. In the meantime, if the big chestnut continues to do well, we shall see him in action here long before he goes east to battle for the champion- -ship of 1903. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. W. C" Whitney has been very fortunate so far at his La Belle Stud. His one hundred head of broodmares and grand array of stallions have wintered well. There have been quite a number of foals at the farm so far, and the majority of the youngstres are colts. Because of the withdrawals of all of the horses that had received more weight than him, Conroy II., owned by Foxhall P. Keene, is top-weight in the City and Suburban Handicap. The winner of the Brooklyn Handicap in 1901 will carry 126 pounds, the English rules providing that in case the highest weight accepting is not 126 pounds, the impost of the highest accepting weight shall be raised to 126. Worth Jockey Club Stakes WORTH JOCKEY CLUB STAKES. With the Washington Park, Harlem and Hawthorne Stakes all closed and their entries published, local interest, will now attach to the good list of stakes prepared by Secretary Ed Jasper for the Worth spring meeting. They close for entries next Tuesday and should attract entry lists in line with the remarkable showing of the other three local clubs. The eight stakes offered are all well endowed with added money and provide for all ages of horses. Their terms are fully set forth in the advertising department of this issue and owners and trainers are asked to consider them carefully and patronize them generously. The list is as follows: For Three-Year-Olds and Upward. The Worth Handicap, $3,000 added, 1 1-16 miles. The Powers Handicap, $3,000 added, 1 1-8 miles. The Orland Stakes, selling, $1,000 added, 1 mile. The Flying Handicap, $1,000 added, 3-4 mile. For Three-Year-Olds. The Calumet Stakes, $2,500 added, 1 1-16 miles. For Two-Year-Olds. The Evergreen Stakes, $1,500 added, 5-8 mile. The Admiral Stakes, colts and geldings, $1,000 added, 5-8 mile. The May Blossom Stakes, fillies, $1,000 added, 4 1-2 furlongs. Page  NOTICE. 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The American Sporting Manual of 1903 contains all the racing at large, revised and complete up to the end of 1902; five handicapping systems with directions for their practical application, a table showing how to compute bookmaking percentages, track records of all the recognized tracks of the country, the western and eastern scale of weights, tables showing the comparative speed of tracks, the racing statistics of 1902 giving amounts won by owners and horses and jockey record, a complete list of pugilistic contests of 1902 of any consequence, trotting and pacing records at all distances and a list of the new 2:15 trotters of 1902. Also a complete record of performances at all styles of billiards. MONDAY Two More Grand Specials First Race One from 8 to 12 to 1. Fourth Race The biggest killing on record will be made by a group of California's shrewdest horsemen. The trick that's to be cut loose can step a mile in l:"!9i over a fast track in his present condition. 30 TO oO TO 1 SHOT 1p WEDNESDAY. flBfrvJH This individual is the most jBHH improved horse at the coast. !wg5ES Hp will be dropped in a race ; dm "rtwith a cheap lot, where his chances of losing will be almost impossible. Oar advice on this trio of nBytoi good things will be, plunge to the limit to win, and to (jHHEQHLsv win only. Remember, our SaSs" """'TO consistent regularity of fnr- nishing good things cannot be excelled. CALIFORNIA Telegraphic Selections. Suite 708, 225 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. Wired at 10 a. m. Terms for Handicap Shent, including Specials, $1 Per Day, $4 Weekly. Also for sale at news stand corner Clark and Madison sts. KATIE GIBBONS, 50-1, our extra special Saturday finished third from a bad start. Wo also gave to win Star and Garter, Witfull, Ahumaiia, Latson, Sir Hampton, Bearcatcher. We HaY8 Something Monday end it is to your interest to get this one. The price will be juicy. Our New Orleans special wire will make you win if you give it a chance. We are in right down there. $1 DAILY; $5 FOR SIX DATS. Steensen Star Special Co. Suite 513, 225 Dearborn St. Branch offlcs, 1438 Ogden Ave. Also on sale at Saratoga Hotel news stand. 110 WINS $480 "Ticker Odds." Monday ARACHNE .... 8-1 Won MONOS J 2-1 Won Tuesday ALFRED C....10-1 Won WITFULL 2nd Wednesday..LEFLARE 3-1 Won AHUMADA....15-1 2nd JI1 GO BE II. 6-1 Won Thursday....LOC.ULOSSOM 4-1 Won SWEET ALICE 5-1 Won Friday JOSETTE 3rd PEAT 3-1 Won Saturday ....liotli withdrawn. Every horse given by us thiB week appears in this list. Every one of our people got these ANDNO OTHERS, M. A. Walker & Co., 3 67 Dearborn St., it 00m 502. lowryeBeat'Emlfears Do yon believe it possible to win day after day, ?1J,,Tae't?,rr J?ca' at either track or poolroom? I WIN EVERY DAY. SO CAN YOU. WRITE ME. Free Booklet, sealed, "HOW I DO IT!" 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FOUR REGULAR TRAINS VIA Stations Ut 2nd 575 ILs ke Shore Ry. st VY -T 2:io' Grand Central St,,tjon Bifth Ave. Harrison St. and JLod l"'.: lilts i if g Grand Crossing. 12:54 1:24 14 RUNNING TIME 35 MI'UTE. South Chicago.. 1 ;Q1 T:3V 2loi Four trains returning at 4:45, 5:24, 6:10 and after last race. ROUND TRIP 25 CENTS Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. C. T., Memphis, Tenn. The Strode entry was bet on separately for place February 17. Theoretically 3 to 5 would have been a fair price coupled. T. D. S., Chicago. According to the wording of your bet you were entitled to have $21 on Bonnie Lissak. New Orlenas Form NEW OKLEAN8 EORM. The form of Monday's New Orleans fields is: First Race Magnetic, Satin Coat, John Bull. Second Bace R. W. Walden entry, Dr. Loder, McGonigle. Third Race Kilogram, Chanterelle, The Caxton. Fourth Race Federal, Telamon, Scotch Plaid. Fifth Race Annie Lauretta, Ruby Bay, Sarilla. Sixth Race Joe Doughty, Socapa, Radiant Heat. New Orleans Form HEW ORLEANS FORK. New Oeleans, La., February 28. The horses seaming to have the' best chances in Monday's races are : First Race John Bull, Santa Teresa, Satin Coat. Second Race McGonigle, Dr. Loder, The Brown Monarch. Third Race Chanterollo, Henry of Trastamare, The Caxton. Fourth Race Potente, Federal, Marshal Neil. Fifth Race Ruby Ray, Sarilla, Peat. Sixth Race Euterpe, False, Bean. T. K. Lynch. New Orleans Entries NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather cloudy; track heavy. Apprentice allowance. iJtRnns well in mud. First Race 1 3-1G Miles 4-Taar-olds and upward. Soiling. Ind. Horsofi. Wi. Hdcu. 37645 Satin Coat ... 5.. ..114 715 37645 John Bull 5 111 715 37645 Santa Teresa ... 4.... 107 660 37655 Willard J m ... 5.. ..106 660 37509Dr. Fannie ... 6, ...104 675 37086 Magnetic 5.... 103 .... .725 3749CIrving Mayor.. 5. ...101 690 37622 Zazel 6 101 700 376553 Whitmore ... 6 ...101 715 376313Mary Moore g& ... 5.... 99 710 3654iJoo Collins 5.... 98 ... 710 37612Princo Webb 4.... 97 715 Second. Race 3 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Ind. Horses. color,eex&pedigree. A. Wt. Hdci. 37168 Ario 113 665 37668 Duncan 113 600 Circulator .. 113 37644tThe Brown Monarch 113 700 37406 Aline Newman 110 600 376683McGonigle ....110 665 Gus Heidorn, b. c, by Balgowan Charmion ...110 Triple Silver, ch. f, by Gotham-Free Silver II 110 37574JJ. Reiff 110 660 376443$Dr. Loder 110 675 37476fTransmigration 103 680 37644 Jicky 103 623 fR. W. Walden & Sons entry. ?Durnell & Herz entry. Uiird Race-7-8 Wile. 4-year-old and card. tialbng. Ind. florsss. Apa. Wi. vld. p. (37670)Maltster 5.. ..113 715 37624 Kilogram ... 6.. ..Ill 72" 37588 MisB Hume 4....110 685 32979 Choice 5.... 108 700 3767l3Henry of Trastamare 8.. ..107 710 37670Swordsman 9. ...106 680 376703Lord Neville ... 8.. ..106 710 376i6Chantorelle ... 4.. ..105 720 35073 Bart Howe 4.... 105 .600 37524 Dodie S & ... 4 ...102 680 376242The Caxton .... 5.... 100 715 376433Preetorius 4.... 100 703 Fourth Race- 7-8 Mile. 4-y oar-olds and UDwtml, Handicap. 370322Potente 8.... 112 70D 37616 Federal 7....111 725 37682tlf You Dare 5....105 665 37610f Scotch Plaid iK ... 8 .... 104 705 37682 Telamon 4.... 5. ...103 710 3768J2Marshal Neil . 5.. ..103 700 35890 Royal Athlete 4.... 98 665 322003Anglesea 6.... 98 625 376343 Andes 7.... 97 7C0 37679 Balm of Gilead 4.... 96 685 31121 Volantine 5.... 95 603 375813Nettie Regent 6.... 92 69D tDurnell & Herz entry. Fifth Race 1 1-16 Miles. 4-year-olds and npara. Selling. 37635 Sarilla 6.... 102 705 137671 iPeat 9 ... 102 693 37660 Polly Bixby 6....102 675 376833Ceylon ... 6.. ..101 ......705 37546 Trocadero 4... 101 680 37221Compass ... 5.... 101 690 376603Illuminate 4.... 97 705 37670MissShanley 6.... 95 7i0 376213 Annie Lauretta ij 8 93 725 37612Ruby Ray ... 4 ... 93 710 Sixth Kaco 1 1-16 Mlls. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 37c95 Navarino 4 105 690 37655 Socapa 5.... 102 715 37655 Radiant Heat 7....102 705 374'9 Glenzen .. .. ..4, mi 70- iJaDnghty .. 7.. .".mo :::::.725 K?ann 5 ... 5 .... 1C0 705 S?nheCucko 5.... 99 700 Bounteous 54.... 5.... 99 7r5 glome S 4.... 98 fisn VEa!S0 fi .700 a663fEuterpe g,.... 7.... 95 7 0 TtSdCSD EYKBY DAY, DAILY RACING FORM PDB. CO. PDBLISHEES OF WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN.; Sditob and Pbopeietoe, F. H. Bsdheli., Associate Sditos. Cmmtow G. Bilht, BEOBETABY, MS8. F. H. BnUSSLIj, Ssslarod in 4ha Poit Orflca at Chicago as saoond lass m&ttir. 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Stakes to Close STAKES TO CLOSE. Worth Jockey Club March 3, 1903 Saratoga Association March 10, 1903 Kinloch Park, St. Lonis March 12, 1903 Page  S20 WON $772 LAST WEEK. We are going easy and there's no chance to head us. Sirica the New Orleans meeting beg in we have' cors'.antly irs'sted that here we wou'd put. our clients on to the killing of their lives, and we have done so. For eix racing days we have been in possession of such information and have so bandied the money of our clien's that an investment of twenty dollars by us on each of the three daily selections of our corps of experts has netted the subscriber seven huxdred and seventy two dollars, Clien's inve3 ing larger amounts on eich race have won accort ingly. Last Week's Record Complete Here follows a complete record of the three daily selections played by us for our clients for the racing week ending Friday night. Every loser as woll as every winner iB accounted for and a showinir is made of the result of a $10 play on each selection. RESULT OF $K0 BET. 3atnrday, Feb. 21 Odds. Finish. Won. Lost. Wednesday, Feb. 25 Odds. Finish. Won. Lost. .Royal Deceiver.. 7-1 "Won $140 ... Leilare H-l Won $60 Emsliee 7-10 "Won 14 ... Scorpio 2-L Won 40 JVJitrenne 3 5 Won 13 ... Han After 20-1 2nd ... 20 Monday, Feb. 23 Thursday, Feb. 26 By Ways 4-1 TVou 80 ... Charles D 2-1 2nd ... 20 Arachne 8-1 "Won 100 ... Censor.... Withdrawn Lellare 3-1 3rd ... 20 Thane 7-1 Won 140 Tuesday. Fob. 24 Friday, Feb. 27 Free Pass 0-5 Won 3G ... Embarrassment.. 9-2 Won 90 Little J. Homer. 11-5 Won 44 ... May Holladay 9-1 Lost ... 20 Carl Kaliler 9 5 AVon 36 ... Ceylon Withdrawn Tolals -. 8852 $80 Net gain on $20 flat bet in one week $772 Three Thousand Clients with Us. -Such a slaughter as this has rever been known in the New Otleacs betting ring, ard it was the following of the Maxim & Gay Company only who got the money at New Orleans last week. Our Cherries are Red Ripe Now. Always wo have bean conspicuously successful in picking winners in the closing days at New Orleans Our dockers and handicappors have never failed us at this particular season here. For the remaiuiug throe weeks of our meeting our experts are confident thoy will have almost every day such winners as Royal Deceiver, 7 to 1, Won Arachne, 8 to I, Won Thane, 1 to i, - . Won If you have not been a sharer with up in this game ring of good things you should get in line while the flood tide is on and prospocts aro so brilliant. No pariod was over more propitious. At no time did the problem of picking winners appear more easy than now. Now is the harvest time. OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Wo do not wire selections to anybody before the races are run, because we must guard against leaks. To get a good price in the betting against our selections, secrecy is necessary. As a guarantee of good faith, however, our selections ara mailed to all subscribers before the races and bear a postmark earlier than tho running of the first raca we play. Send us your commissions and we will play them for you through our commissioners in New Or'eans and Hot Springs, who guarantee closing odds according to the New York Daily America. Terms for information : StO weekly, in udvance. Commissions bandied in multiples of $10 on the following basis: A bettiDg account of $30 ensures a S3 play on eai-h of our three horses daily; $30 ensures 810 on each, and so on. Always S3nd one week's information fee along with betting accounts We play accounts continuously until ordered to discontinue, deducting S10 in advance each week for information fee. Checks mailed weekly for profits with statement of accounts If telegraph your subscription fee and bettiDg account, be sure to send a separate telegram ad visineni von what amount to play for ycu on each race, aud give yoi r full name and address eo we can mail nn selections before the races are run on which your money is played. 3 f Xitxblished SMff'fm99'S9 Be for tlM Tw Ter mmj.ff'ffYf fbllfliTrjjy CAPITAL $50,000. Reference, State National Bank, Mew Orleans, La. Mo. 928 Canal St., New Orleans, La, No. 280 Broadway, New York. SPECIAL NOTICE. The Maxim & Gay Co. believes it judicious at this stage of its long and useful career to point out to the unsophisticated that there is nothing in common between the methods of the Maxim & Gay Co. and those of the so called get-rich-auick turf concerns, which recently went to smash and buried their pro-motors in obloquy. Our methods are strictly honest, are founded on business principles and have long since been endorsed by the most prominent and influential racing men of the country. We engage the best force of track experts money can bring together and spend as much money as we can consistently to unearth stable secrets. This information we have sold for nearly three years to thousands for $10 per week. And to play this information at New Orleans we have for the first time in the history of the company invited our friends and the racing public generally to send us their money to bet for them. We never did It before. The necessity for this sprang from the fact that if our experts' selections are not kept secret at New Orleans before the races are run the information would prove almost valueless from a betting standpoint. We are pleased with the results of our experiment and the country's racing votaries attest their gratification by their growing patronage. The Maxim & Gay Company is in the legitimate business of buying and selling information on running events. It does not guarantee anything beyond the one fact that clients acting under its guidance are always furnished with the best information obtainable on the race courses. We put our subscribers on the same footing with owners, trainers and the heaviest of the bettors at any track where ve operate. We know as much as the most knowing and market that infor- i mation to individuals at ten dollars per week. In effect our system is to syn- f dicate the information for which we pay a price beyond the means of any single individual operating on the turf. Needless to say, we make a handsome profit by the transaction. We guarantee nothing to our clients except that the wagers placed for them are always played upon those horses which are selected by a corps of the most capable and highest salaried experts obtainable in this country, which is a guarantee that can be honestly made and honestly fulfilled. The Maxim & Gay Company has a cash capital of $50,000, is built on permanent lines, and will survive as long as the American turf endures. GRAHAM RICE, President. New Orleans Form Chart NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART. NEW ORLEANS, LA., February 28, 1903. Eighty-first day. Crescent City Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. "Weather clear, track heavy. Presiding Judge, R. W. Simmons. Starter, C. JFitzgerald. Secretary, Sheridan Clark. Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. No recall flag used. Windicates whip7S spursB blinkers. 1 rT Q FIRST RACE 3-4 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds and upward" O 6 V i lr Allowances. Ind Horses A Wt St & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 37C073MOLLIE T. ws 4 102 2 l3 l3 l1 1 Lindsey E C Reynolds 4 4 Sh 1 375S73MUSIC. SLIPPER w 3 95 1 2 2 2& 2a Helges'n H T Griffin 3 1G-51G-56-5 37C59 KATIE GIBBONS W 7 10Gi 8 8l Sl 31 3lJ O'Neil J T Morris 25 40 40 15 37490 DANDIE BELLE W 5 107 10 10 10 6J 4- Otis C A Jolmson&Co 15 15 15 0 37595SB. OF GILEAD ws 4 105 5 5" 3h 4ut 5" Munro R M Westerfield 3 3J 3i 7-5 37559 INSOLENCE w 4 102 9 9 9 5nk G3 Fuller Mrs F Simons 12 50 40 15 37657 DOUBLE O WB 3 92 4 4l 7 7 7 Phillips S G Morton 12 25 25 G 3G759 RINGDOVE ws 3 100 7 7 5i S S Gannon A Simons 5 12 10 4 37G70 THE B. DEMON ws 5 105 0 Gu G- 9 9 W Hicks W S Laird 12 20 15 G 37G0S DON ERNESTO W 3 100 3 3" 4" 10 10 Daviss'n Mang'n&Cicardo 12 20 20 8 37099 RASTUS wb 8 111 11 11 11 11 11 E Rob'sonS T Hopkins&Co 40 50 50 20 Time, 25J, 51, 1:18. Winner B. f, by Sabine Lady Jim Gore (trained by E. C. Reynolds). Went to post at 2:01. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second easily Mollie T. displayed the most early speed and favored by the going opened up a winning gap in the first furlong, but tired in the stretch and was driving to the limit at the end to stall off Musical Slipper. The latter began slowly, but closed up a big gap and finished fast. Katie Gibbons was crowded back at the start and ran a winning race. Bairn of Gilead was as good as left. The Bronze Demon quit when called on strongly. Ringdove tired after going a good quarter. Scratched 3711S Redan, 109. Overweights Katie Gibbons, 1$ pounds; Rastus, 4. Mollie T., show, 1 to 2. Musical Slipper, show, 1 to 2. Katie Gibbons, show, 6 to 1. Balm of Gilead, show, 3 to 5. T68O SECOND RACE 1 Mile- Purse $400. 3-year-olds. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 37G23 STAR AND G'T'Rwsb 107 2 1 1 l10 l10 1 Lindsey McCafferty & Co 2 2h 2 3-5 375G1FAIR LASS W 102 3 3i 4 43 42 21 Haack F A Bigden & Co3 3 13-59-10 37647BROOKSTON W 93 1 2" 2h 3 3-' 3U Treanor CAJohnson&Co 10 '10 10 4 37G70KIWASA w 90 5 4 33 22 22 43 Robbins J Arthur 3 45 4i 7-5 37G19 LADY MISTAKE w 93 G 5s 55 51 5 5k J' Jones J F Lane & Co 12 0 20 8 37G57SAPERE w 102 4 05 7 Gs G10 610 W Hicks J A Broschart 10 10 8 21 35274 Q. OF THE OCEANw 101 7 7 Gh 7 7 7 Fuller TDSullivan & CoG 15 15 5 Apprentice allowance. Time, 2G, 514. 1:1S3, 1:47J. Winner Ch. c, by Golden Garter Stella (trained by A. C. McCafferty). Went to post at 2:31. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Star and Garter was best and made a show of his field. He had an outside position at the start, broke wrell in motion, and opened up a winning gap before the others got to going and was eased up in the last quarter. Fair Lass was ridden all over the track. She was on the inside at the far turn, but was taken very wide into the homestretch. Brooks-Ion tired, but came again at the end and outgamed Kiwasa when it came to a hard drive and got third place in the last stride. Kiwasa ran well to the stretch. Overweights Sapere, 4 pounds; Queen of the Ocean, 5. Star and Garter, show, out. Fair Lass, show, 2 to 5. Brookston, show, 7 to 5. Ki-wasa, show, 3 to 5. rT ; Q - THIRD RACE 1 1-16 Miles. Purse $500. 3-year-olds and upward. O 6 POX Handicap. Ind Horses A Wt St & Ms 94 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 3763GWITFULL wb 3 97 5 2J l2 1 l3 1 Fuller S C Hildreth 6-5 G-5 1 2-5 37G583BEN CHANCE WS 6 107 4 4s 4s 31 3a 23 Munro R M Westerfield 4 6 6 1 37GU BUD EMBRY 4 101 2 3" 25 2 23 33 Stille E Corrigan 10 10 G 8-5 3765S2JESSIE JARBOE 7 100 3 1" 3 4s 4 4 Lindsey Mrs M Goldblatt 2 14-513-57-10 37G223ERNE ws 4 90 1 512 52S 54 510 520 Daviss'n J P Krewer 10 40 40 8 3G404 ROSANCO B 3 96 66 6 G 6 6 Feicht J Robertson 200 250 200 50 Time, 25g, 51g, 1:181, 1:46, 1:53s. Winner Ch. f, by Mirthful Response (trained by S. C. Hildreth). Went to post at 3:01. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same.: W'-tfull ran as if she outclassed the field, was at home in the going and made a runaway race of it. Ben Chance closed up a big gap and finished fast. Bud Embry was under restraint for the first half, but tired in the stretch run. Jessie Jarboe seems to have lost her good form and quit after going a half. Scratched 37610 Scotch Plaid, 104; 373533Marshal Neil, 103; (3765S)Sweet Alice, 96. Overweights Bud Embry, 5 pounds. Witfull, show, out. Ben Chance, show, 2 to 5. Bud Embry, show, 3 to 5. Jessie Jarboe. show, 1 to 4. rrrQJ) FOURTH RACE 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. The Speed Handi- OO cap. $1,000 added. Net value to winner $1,510. Ind Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 37G09 AMIGARI w 4 92 7 oh 21 22 l1 Phillips Mrs E Harris 15 15 12 5 37G103ST. TAMMANY W 4 106 S 71 l11 lh 2s Daviss'n J U Strode t4 5 5 8-5 376693JOSETTE ws 3 97 6 42 G2 5J 31 Schilling J U Strode 4 5 5 8-5 (37G4S)SCORPIO 6 125 3 l1 32 4h 4l Odom E Trotter & Co 3 35 3 G-5 (37G0S)R. DECEIVER w 3 95 5 61 51 . 3l 5nk Haack Maginnis & Co 15 16 16 6 374932TELAMON wb 5 103 9 8 8 8 65 Fuller Mrs S C Hildreth3 18-535 7-5 (37G23)BUMMER W 7 95 2 2ut 4nk 7 7 Treanor C A Johnson&Co 15 16 16 7 375G23IF YOU DARE wb 5 105 1 311 7 Gl 8 Helg'sen Durnell & Herz 8 8 7 25 376592FRANK RICE ws 3 90 4 9 9 9 9 Stille E Corrigaji t4 7 7 3 (37C56)AILYAR W 7 99510 Fell. Gannon E Corrigan $4 7 7 3 tJCoupled in betting. Time, 25. 51, 1:17. Winner B. f, by Albert Marie, by Glenelg (trained by J. A. Gray). Went to post at 3:3G. At post 4 minutes. Start good. Won handily; second easily. Arnigari, well ridden and lucky in escaping early interference, wore the leaders down while rounding the far turn and outgamed St. Tammany when, it came to the final drive. The latter was as good as left and closed up a big gap, but the effort told on him at the end. Arnigari had crowded him to the outside rail in the last hundred yards. Josette was on the extreme outside all the way and ran fairly well. Scorpio had the outside position at the start and displayed early speed, but was used up in racing If You Dare and Bummer to defeat in the first half. They all tired in the stretch run. Ailyar stumbled and fell at the far turn. Scratched 37G33Henry McDaniel, 105. Overweights Ailyar, 14 pounds; Royal Deceiver, 1. Arnigari, show, 2i to 1. Strode entry, show, 4 to 5. Scorpio,, show, 3 to 5. Telamon, show, 7 to 10. St. Tammany, singly, place, 8 to 5; show, 4 to 5. Josette, singly, place, 2 to 1; show, evens. FIFTH RACE 1 1-2 Miles. Purse $400" 4-year-olds and upward7Sellirig. 3 T ') 8 3 Ind Horses A Wt St St & Vz StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (37GG0) 'THANE 4 100 2 lk l1 Is l8 l10 l10 Phillips J J McCafferty 7-104-5 4-5 out 376712LATSON B S 102 3 2U 2 2 2s 2 28 Gannon Mrs M Goldblatt 5 12 11 8-5 376453CEYLON w 6 102 4 32 3l 35 4 33 3 W Hicks Durnell & Herz 8-5 2 2 1-3 370452ACCOLADE w.5 96 1 4 4 4 3l 4 4 Haack W Walker 10 10 9 3-2 Apprentice allowance. Time, 263, 533, l:20i, 1:4S4, 2:15, 2:441. Winner Ch. g, by Atheling Stonecrop (trained by J. J. McCafferty). Went to post at 4:09. At post 5 minutes. Start good. Won cantering; second easily. Thane quickly ran into the lead and opened up a winning gap in the first quarter and the others could never get near him. Latson ran along in second place for the entire trip and was easily second best. Ceylon ran a poor race and can do better. Thane was run up to $2,400 and bought by S. C. Hildreth. No show betting. r SixTli RACE 1 Mile. Purse $400 3-year-olds arid upward! Allowances. rj q g Ind Horses A Wt St hi Vs StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 376462THUMADA W 3 93 2 lnk ll 27 lnk lnk Daviss'n J A Kyle 2-5 2-5 2-5 out 373533MARSHAL NEIL SB 5 107 1 32 310 lh 210 21C Gannon A Simons 4 55 55 4-5 375G3 FON SPRAY W 5 104 3 4 4 4 4 3s R MurphyL B Kahn & Co 50 150 100 20 37G33 DECORATION ws 3 90 4 22 25 38 3l 4 Treanor H C Schulz 12 20 15 35 (37G33)FLOYD K. W 3 97 Left at the post. Fuller S C Hildreth 6 6 6 9-10 Time. 26, 52, 1:19, 1:45;?. Winner Br. c, by G. W. Johnson Floroon (trained by J. A. Kyle). Went to post at 4:40. At post 1 minute. Start poor. Won driving; second easily. Ahumada was much the best, raced Decoration to defeat in the first half and "had enough left to stall off a challenge from Marshal Neil in the stretch run. The latter showed improved form, but tired after getting up to the leader. Fon Spray ran fairly well. Floyd K. got tangled up in the barrier at the start. Scratched (37598) Old Hutch, 112; 37G81:iBud Embry, 101; 3760S Right and True, 93. Overweights Floyd K., 4 pounds. Marshal Neil, show, out. Fon Spray, show, J to 1. Page  Publishers of the Official Organ of the Western Jockey Club j I All the Turf T All Tracks News Per- - C34 are Fully I S'y Edited fcfcfcsfcfc'&fc&r Reported ! Daily Form Sheets . . . c . . T Training and Entries a Racing .J S w Form Telegraphic Subscription Price Off Our Correct own Presses ONE MONTH . . $1.25 Concise Before the SIX CIV MA.,TU. M0NThS 750 Comely Chicago ONE YEAR . . . 14.00 Dajies SENT AS FIRST-CLASS MAIL IN PLAIN ENVELOPE Daily Racing Form Pub. Co., 124-126 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. Some Crack Horses SOME CRACK HORSES. Concerning some of the noted horses that have passed the winter at Cumberland Park, a recent letter from Nashville says: "Wyeth has developed into a powerful piece of racing machinery, and is sure to prove a much better horse that he was when he captured the Washington Park classic last year. At least, that is what his trainer, Enoch Wishard, thinks. Wyeth has grown some and has spread out no little. He is compactly built, of good conformation and well balanced. Wyeth was turned out after the Westchester meeting and occupied a paddock adjoining Cumberland Park until recently, when he was taken up and placed in training. The horse is high in flesh at present, and will not likely race until he reaches Chicago. He is being pointed especially for the big handicaps at Washington Park. Wyeth is not a candidate for the Brooklyn or Suburban Handicaps, owing to the fact that he will not be taken east until after those races are decided. Runnels, Wyeth's stable companion, lias also developed into a big horse of good conformation, and the fact that he won his last five races as a three-year-old stamps him as one of the best in the Drake barn. Runnels is practically in the same races as Wyeth, and. it is likely that these horses will uphold Drake's good record in all of the overnight events. "The best liked horse here, and considered by many to be the best in the all age division, is Glen Water, Turney Bros.' Suburban candidate. Glen Water was an exceptionally good three-year-old, having won many races last season. He has grown a great deal in his four-year-old form and is a grand looking individual. He stands over fifteen hands high, is broad across the hips and possesses a large body. He has a well developed chest, which signifies a good heart. Glen Water is also eligible for the Montgomery Handicap, to be run on the opening day of the Memphis meeting, but it is not likely that he will be sent on to participate in that event. However, if he is ready he may be shipped to Montgomery Park. The son of Wawekus and Feronica will probably make his debut in the Citizens' Handicap, to be run atNash-ville. Mr. Turney has him pointed for this event, and if he shows anything like his three-year-old form he will be shipped to New York to start in the Suburban, for which race he has been assigned 108 pounds. "Red Robe, winner of two Derbys Cumberland and Canadian besides several other races, in the stable of George Hendrie, is looked upon by. many as a horse that will race well in his four-year-old form. His .first appearance will be in the Citizens' Handicap, after which he will be shipped to Toronto, where he is nominated in many of the big races. Red Robe defeated Aladdin, George Bennett's crack, in the Cumberland Derby, besides Circus, Buccleuth, Crimean and others. His next start was in a handicap at Toronto, when he shouldered 128 pounds and beat a high class field. A few days after he was sent a mile and a quarter, with 120 pounds in the saddle, and won. His winning list was concluded in the Canadian Derby, which he won handily. Red Robe will be placed in the stud at Mr. Hendrie's breeding establishment, Royal Oaks, near Detroit, at the conclusion of his racing career. "Gorman & Bauer place their dependencies for the big handicap in Jack Rattlin. This horse has wintered well. He is a little-big animal, compactly built and well developed. As a three-year-old he was a sprinter pure and simple, and a good one, too. Trainer Bellew believes he can go a route, and is training him accordingly." Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. T. Magee has shipped L'Etrenne and Ar- tena to Mr. Corrigan's farm, near Lexington. L'Etrenne will be bred to Marta Santa, a son of Don Castro,, and Artena will be bred 1 to Scintillant II. Planudes and Corblett's Bay will also go to the farm. Planudes is a son of St. Simon, that Mr. Corrigan thinks highly of. He will be bred liberally this season. With the lot, Albert Simons sent his three-year-old mare, Lady Sterling, to be turned out, and W. Roller shipped Lennep, to be bred to one of the Corrigan horses. It is doubtful whether L'Etrenne will be raced again, but Artena may be put in ti-aining later in the season. . The great race mare Senorita, owned by S. S. Brown, and for which the Pittsburg coal king's Kentucky stud farm is named, is believed to be safe in foal this year to Wools-thrope. Senorita was barren last year, and her filly foal by Ben Brush, which would now be a two-year-old, died as a suckling, so in recent years Brown has had none too good luck with this famous daughter of Prince Charlie. She is in perfect health, and in looks is not surpassed by any brood mare in this country. Senorita is the same age as J. B. Haggin's Salvator. The horses of T. C. McDowell, at Ashland Stud, Lexington, are being given daily workouts, and are showing well. Allan-a-Dale, last year's Kentucky Derby winner, has wintered well, and his owner has no doubt but he will stand training the coming season, and that he will be a factor in all the big western handicaps. He does not show any signs of the lameness that made his early retirement from the turf necessary last year. Mr. McDowell has great faith in Allan-a-Dale as a sire, and during his short stud season this year he stood to his two famous broodmares Bracegirdle and Countess Irma. The veteran turfman and breeder, Major G. B. Thomas, has four very promising two-year-olds this season, which he has placed in the hands of Frank A. Jones, the late trainer for George H. Whitney, at Sheepshead Bay. They are: Jim Kelly, b. c, by Dr. MacBride Alabama; Bridesflight, ch. f, by Dr. Mac-Bride Highfiight; Addie Mills, ch. f, by Farandole- Happy Hour, and Charles Fisher, b. g, by Longflight Miss Lexington. Page  HJIIIGflHI WON 25 to 1 was backed down from twenty-five to fifteen to one for one of the biggest killings of the week. We informed all our patrons, over four hundred of them, to play Amigari Saturday, which won easily. Tho Western Union Telegraph Co. will verify that we did send this tc all our patrons. Our thirty to 1 shot did not start Saturday or during this past week as expected, as Amigari wi3 only a side issue of what we would have done had this other good thing Btarted but he Goes for the Good on Wednesday, March 4th, (FIVE FUSLONG RACE ) We ourselves are going to place the largest commission in out of town pool rooms that wo have placed this season. Wo are not making any mistakes about this horse, as we assure you that we are getting this information direct from the stable. All precaution has been taken to prepare him secretly to win this race, and no money will be placed here, as we do not furnish information to local Now Orleans public but we endeavor to enable onr out of town patrons to clean up in the pool rooms. Our Terms and Conditions Including the thirty to ono shot mentioned and for all our extra specials for the balance of tho meeting wo ask No Money in Advance for information. We will Deliver Yon the Winners All we aek is for you to place a two-dollar bet for us on each one we send you and remit us the winnings of each promptly. Owing that we desire only a limited number of reliable patrons we will accept you as a member. Send us your name and address and five dollars, which is simply a deposit of good faith that you will comply with our agreement mentioned and also prepay for all messages. Your deposit can be withdrawn any time you desire to discontinuo if you have complied with our agreement. On receipt of the fivo dollars mentioned and thereafter wo will put you next to those we have reliable stable information on. We request all of bur patrons to place thoir own commission if they can do so. If not, we will have it placed for yon on our extra specials. If you desire to try your luck with us send in your order to EX-JOCKEY Vic Britton P 0. Box 915, New Orleans, La. SPECIAL NOTICE-No commissions will bo accepted to be placed on tho thirty to ono shot mentioned, ps we have already sent tho entire amount which is required to be placed in out-of-town pool rooms, and it would bo impossible for as to handle any further amount. One Doiflar a Week (Regular Price $1.00 a Day after April 15th.) Don't "bum up" money on M races. 3 SELECTED RACES at EITHER CALIFORNIA or NEW ORLEANS. SELECTIONS mailed the evening before the races to reach subscribers in Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and many other cities. BETTING Tlirr toeach SYSTEM FREE sWcKFDB- 1st. It can be run with a SMALL capital. 2nd. Vour LARGEST bet is but a aMALL part of your capital. 3rd. You might lose 4 bets in succession 4 times and yet bo a winner. 4th. It can bo played in the hand books with Ss" GUESSING C. W. LAPHAM, hico1 Office Hours : 12 noon to 1 :30 p.m. NOTICE. Daily Racing Form is a publication which is built by its staff from day to day. Its "form" and the number of Its charts are copyrighted. The chart numbers are so arranged that legal identification is easy of proof. The selections and handicap figures attached to entries are arranged on the same basis. The latter come from the work of four experts after the telegraphic receipt of charts and entries. All persons are warned not to use said chart or index numbers, selections or handicap figures. to Students of form. A large proportion of the horses now running at San Francisco took part in the sixty days racing at Butte, Mont., last summer. Knowledge of their performances there is of great value to students of form who are following the course of racing at 'Frisco. Daily Racing Form has prepared a table of the Butte racing in compact style which is for sale at 10 cents. It will be mailed to all who may apply on receipt of the sum named. Ingleside Form Chart INGLESIDE FORM CHART. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., February 28, 1903. Ninety-first day. New Calffornia Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather clear; track fast. Presiding Judge, E. C. Hopper. Starter, Richard Dwyer. Secretary, Percy W. Treat. Racing starts at 2:05 p. m. No recall flag used. W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. fi Q K FIRST RACE Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) Purse $400. 3T j OOO 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners Q II C P 37649 LiAN S D OWN wb 3 103 2 4J A 3h 1-1 Bonner E W Fitzgerald 10 15 15 3 375912N. HAWTH'RNE ws 4 112 6 6l 53 52 2 Donovan W P Magrane 10 20 20 7 , 37057 ALICE CARY WB 3 101 5 33 2s 23 3 Connell S McNaughton 4-5 1 13-201-3 37GG3 L. GALLANTRY w 3 96 1 1" 1" lh 4 L Wilson J J McAlester 8 12 12 3 37649 MIDLOVE w 7 116 4 2" S1 4h 51 Stuart H W Randall 10 25 25 8 37661 HORATIUS ws 3 103 3 5 6J 61 64 Carson Chinn&Forsythe G 8 7 2 37661 MASTER - w 3 104 7 8 7 7 75 B'k'n'th G Lanka 30 50 50 20 37G25 IDALUM 5 11G 8 11 8 8- S McKin'n Miss E King 100 200 200 SO MAGN'T QUEENws 4 112 10 9 9 9 9J Hindred B Allen 50 50 25 10 i 37G64 ALMARIC ws 3 10G 9 10 10 10 10 " Minder D McCarty 20 75 75 25t Time, 1:13. Winner B. c, by Russell Fancy Remnant (trained by J. P. Fitzgerald). Went to post at 2:05. At post 3 minutes. Start fair. Won easily; second driving. Lansdown, suddenly improved, was lucky and had clear sailing, caught the leaders tiring in the stretch and finished going away. Nellie Hawthorne closed up much ground from a poor start under a vigorous finish. Alice Cary ran as if short and tired badly after a fast brush with Lady Gallantry. The latter forced the pace to the stretch, where she tired under a weak finish. Midlove was prominent throughout and should give a good account of herself later on. Horatius was wearing the leaders down in the last furlong, but did not run his race. Scratched (37673)M. F. Tarpey, 118; 37462 Educate, 106; 376373Honeysuckle, 101. Overweights Horatius, 2 pounds; Master, 1. Lansdown, show, 8 to 5. Nellie Hawthorne, show, 3 to 1. Alice Cary, show, out. SECOND RACE 7-8 Mile. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. gifj'g Ind Horses A Wt St & StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (3761DSIR HAMPTON ws 6 10S 4 1J lll2 l2 l5 B'k'n'th Purser & Co 111-1011-101-2" (37665)ALADO ws 6 109 5 6h oh 21 23 1- Minder W L Oliver 6 10 10 3 3766G DAVID S. w5 104 G 23 2" 3J 33 3 J Daly W L Stanfield 4 4 16-51 376G53LIGHT BALL ws 5 103 1 31! 4ll 54 4 4 W Knapp J Curl 6 10 8 3 (37G53)ORIANA ws 7 109 7 7 71 62 6l 5 Boland C'mpbell&H'nter 7 12 12 3i 37673 CAMBACERES wb 5 104 3 54 61 7h 7 62 L J'kson Gilbert & Co 40 100 100 30 37G77 HUTCH MILLER w 5 97 2 41 33 41 5" 710 Lewis J J McAlester 3U 50 40 12 317103THE HOODOO TV 5 105 8 8 S 8 8 8 Donovan R H Farmer 40 100 100 30 Time, 24S, 50, 1:151, 1:281. Winner Br. h, by Watercress Lizzie Hampton (trained by G. Miller). Went to post at 2:33. At post 3 minutes. Start fair. Won in a canter; second easily. Sir Hampton got away in his stride and led unextended throughout. He is evidently in good form and far outclassed the field. Alado, crowded back at the half, closed up very fast and is a genuinely improved horse. David S. gave evidence of soreness before the race, but followed the winner's pace closely for the first half and fell away in the final drive. Light Ball found the pace too fast. Oriana got away poorly and was always outrun. Scratched 37613 Irma A., 102. Overweights Oriana, 5 pounds; The Hoodoo, 3. Sir Hampton, show, 1 to 4. Alado, show, 6 to 5. David S., show, 2 to 5. THIRD RACJB 1-2 Mi,e- Purse $600. 2-yearrolds. Allowances. 3 TOST Ind Horses A Wt St 4 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (37603 ) BEAR CAT CHER 115 3 l5 l3 121 T Burns T G FergV,son 2-5 9-207-201-10 376513CASCINE w 110 2 2 23 2 Bullman B'rns&Waterh'se 21 23-541 3-5 (37241)KNOBHAMPT'N wb 110 1 3 3 3 C Kelly G B Morris 4 G 6 4-5 Time, 111, 24, 481. Winner Br. c, by St. George Sallie McAllister (trained by T. G. Ferguson). Went to post at 3:00. At post 6 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Bearcatcher won as if he outclassed the field, came away in the first sixteenth as if the other two were anchored and finished out with plenty in reserve. Cascine was as easily second best and put up a game but unavailing effort to beat the winner and is far above the average, with preference for a longer route. Knobhampton, which has recently worked fast, was crowded and outrun after going a good furlong and tired badly under a whipping finish. FOURTH RACE 1 Mile. Purse $1,000. 3-year-olds and upward. 3rTrQQ jOOU Handicap. Ind Horses A Wt St Vx yt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 3762S3EPICURE "ws 3 100 4 321 31! 3 lh 131 C Kelly J Touhey 5 5 41 1 376293YELLOW TAIL w 6 109 3 1 H 11 221 23 Jenkins J Hackett 2 1G-516-51 (37617)LEADER w 3 100 2 4 4 4 4 3e J Daly W B Jennings 9-5 11-511-57-10 (37629)KENILWORTH 5 12G 1 23 24 23 31 4 T Burns W H Ketchiman 8-5 13-511-61 Time, 24, 49, 1:15, 1:393. Winner B. c, by Darebin Felukah (trained by C. W. Carroll). Went to post at 3:29. At post 2 minutes. Start fair. Won easily; second driving. Epicure received a poor start, but raced into a good position behind the pacemakers and moved up like a flash on the stretch turn and passed them as if they were anchored in the stretch, winning with plenty in reserve. He is a high class colt. Yellow Tail forced a fast pace for seven furlongs and held on unexpectedly well in a driving finish. Leader went hopelessly wide on the stretch turn after trailing the field for the first six furlongs, arid under a very bad ride swerved to the outside fence in the last furlong. Kenilworth was simply up against it at the weights and distance and retired after following the pace closely for six furlongs and was eased up at the end. Epicure, show, out. Yellow Tail, show, 1 to 3. Leader, show, out. Kenilworth, show, 2 to 5. fj'gQ FIFTH RACE 1 1-4 Miles. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St St Vs. StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 376G52EXPEDIENT ws 6 108 2 31 31! 5 41 31! lh T Burns P E Smith 4 G 4 6-5 37616 AUTOLIGHT WS 5 110 1 41 41 3 21 21 23 B'k'n'th W H Ketchiman 2 11-511-53-5 376302ROYALTY wsb 4 87 3 5 5 1J 11 1 34 Connell H Green 6-5 7-511-102-5 37G042DAGMAR ws S 97 4 l2 121 21! 3 44 4 Donovan W H White 100 200 200 40 376G5 C. BAL'TYNEws 5 100 5 21 23 4" 5 5 5 Bonner J H Robbins 10 12 12 4 37604 D. OF YORK wb 8 102 Left at the post. Lewis I Morehouse 50 60 30 10 Time, 25, 51, 1:17, 1:433, 2:09. Winner Ch. g, by Flambeau Experiment, by Cyrus (trained by P. E. Smith). Went to post at 3:55. At post 1 minute. Start fair. Won driving; second the same. Expedient ran well, but scored a lucky victory due to the slow pace, aided by Burns' vigorous finish. Autolight appeared like winning easily in the stretch and was best, but received a bad looking ride and weak finish. Royalty, ridden with bad judgment, trailed for a half and went into the lead in a few strides, making a wide turn, but was outsprinted in the last quarter under a bad ride. Dagmar made the running for half the journey on sufferance and finished close up, which makes the race a bad one. Colonel Ballantyne favors soft going and is out of form. Overweights Expedient, 4 pounds; Duke of York, 5. Expedient, show, 2 to 5. Autolight, show, out. Royalty, show, out. 3 V7 T ff SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. O i iytO Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 37C523ST .SEVER ws 4 105 4 4 3" 33 33 14 Minder H E Rowell 8 10 7 8-5 (37G52)CONSTELLAT'R w 6 107 2 13 lh lh lh 231 Jenkins T H Ryan 7-107-107-101-3 37G303ANTOLEE ws 5 109 1 2l 221 22 21 35 Boland D A Honig 3 4 18-54-5 37G6G ILLOWAHO s 4 107 3 31 4 4 4 4 B'k'n'th W H Ketchiman 4 41 41 6-5 Time, 241, 491, 1:151, 1:41, 1:45. Winner Ch. c, by St Carlo Sunlit (trained by H. E. Rowell). Went to post at 4:43. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily; second the same. St. Sever recovered good form suddenly, was reserved within striking distance for six furlongs, made good with a fast stretch run and won going away, and is a much improved horse. Constellator forced the pace hard held to the stretch, where he failed to stay. Antolee helped to beat the favorite and tired herself after racing a good six furlongs. Illo-waho ran a bad race and retired at the half. Scratched (37639)Meehanus, 110. Overweights St. Sever, 1 pound; Antolee, 2; Constellator, 2. St. Sever, show, 3 to 5. Constellator, show, out. Antolee, show, out. Oakland Form OAKLAUD FORM. Th form of Monday's Oakland fields is: First Race Tho Ledaean, Windward, Lono Fisherman. Second Race Priostlike, Clivoso, Horatius. Third Race Miss Ringlets, Amberita, Crigli. Fourth Race Peacefal, Kutie Walcott, Position. Fifth Race Doublet, Glendenning, Rag Tag. Sixth Race Sir Hampton, Elfonso, Doreen. Oakland Form OAKLAND FOR. San Francisco, Cal., February 28. The horses soamin? to have tha best chances in Monday' races are : First Race Rasp or Lone Fisherman. Second Race Jockoy Club or Priostlike. Third Race Oro Rose or Crigli. Fourth Race Peaceful or Katie Walcott. Fifth Race Glendenning or Ball Room Belle. Sixth Race Sir Hampton or Tizona, H. FORSLAND, Oakland Entrie OAKLAND ENTRIES'. Probabilities : Waathar clear ; track fast. Runs well in mud. First Race 1 Mile and 50 Yards. 4-jsar-olds and upward. Sailing. Ind. Horsas. Ana. Wt. Hdop. 37663 Toribio 8. ...109 710 37276 Rasp ... 5.. ..109 715 Windward 7.. ..108 720 37396 Poorlauds 7.. -.108 700 37678 El Pilnr .... 4.. ..108 705 3767i3Lono Fisherman B ... 5.... 108 715 37638 Louwelsea 4 ...101 705 369il Donn . 5 ...101 7C0 37673 The Ledaean ijt.... 4.. ..ICO 725 Second Race 5 i-2 Furlongs. 3-yaar-olds. Sailing, 37661 Andrew Ring 112 710 370572Jockey Club 112 .715 35688 Clivoso ...109 720 35968 Cracko 109 700 (37661) Priestlike 107 725 3759l3Anvil 106 ......715 37589 Young Marlow 105 705 37410 Toto Gratiot 105 700 37172 Instar 104 705 36765 Dora Wier 100 710 37585 Horatius 100 715 37393 Winnifred Wear 93 700 Third Rac 3 1-3 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Fillies. Allowances. Ind. Horses, color, sex & podigree. Wt. Hdcp. (37614) Miss Ringlets 112 ......750 (37662) Crigli ... 112 ......735 (37343)Sofita U9 ......730 3746tfLibbie Candid 108 725 373773 Juana 108 730 37)90 Amborita 108 740 3759C30ro Rose .108 .. ,v72-5 Forest Fire, b. f, by Aintreo Destroy 108 Febott. b. f, by. Bloomsbury February 108 Elizabeth E., b. f, by Crighton Frisa .. . 108 Facts, br. f, by Yo El Hey Miss Truth -. .108 37662 Sweet Tona , 105 735 Fourth Race 1 Mile. 4-yar-olJi and upward. Salllnz. 376903Antolee 5.. ..Ill 710 376522Galanthus ... 5. ...105 705 36500 Position 6 ...102 715 374983Peaceful ... 6 .. 102 .725 37359 Cherries ... 5 ...100 700 (37159) Katie Walcott 6.... 100 720 Fifth tine 3-4 Mile 3- yir-oldir nail Mrward, . Ssllincc. 37092 1. O. U 4.. ..107 690 376543RagTag & ... 4.. ..106 735 (37654)Glondonning 4 .. 102 740 32786 Doublet 6 ... 93 .....750 37142 Rubus 4 ... 97 735 37430 Eonic 5.... 97 730 36785 Polonius 3.... 93 710 (37415) Mexicana 3.... 91 725 37501 Ball Room Belle gc.... 3.... 9a 720 Sixth Race 1 Mile and 50 Yards. 4- yniar-oldi noil rtuward Soiling. (37586)Sir Hampton 6.. ..112 725 (37615) Elfonse 5.. ..109 720 37686 Oriana 7.... 109 710 37535 Tizona ..: 6 ...109 705 37498 Ultruda 4.... 105 ......710 376532Johnuy McCartoy 5. ...104 715 37568 Ulloa 6 ...103 700 373982Doreen 4.... 98 715 Page  !0H; sa I Worth Jockey Club I tt a Jp 1 4,000 worth, Illinois I larch O, added. Spring Meeting 1903. 1903. Spring Meeting April 29 to May 22. Fall Meeting Oct. 5 to Oct. 31. THE WORTH HANDICAP, $3,000 Added. THE EVERGREEN STAKES, $1,500 Added. stakes, 5 lbs. extra; maidens allowed 7 lbs. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds and up- A sweepstakes for two-year-olds; 510 to ac- Four and a Half Furlongs, ward; $10 to accompany the nomination, $50 company the nomination, $50 additional to start; $1,500 acded, of which $300 to the sec- additional to start; $3,000 added, of which $500 THE ORLAND STAKES (Sellintr) $1000 ond and $150 to the third horse A winner of to the second and $200 to the third horse. Added A sw for three.year- Welghts to be announced Ave days before a stakes of the value of $1,200 to carry 3 lbs. oldg and tQ ac the nom. of two such stakes, 6 lbs.; of three stakes of . the race. A winner of any race after the ina m additlonal to start; $1000 added weights are posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. any value 8 lbs. extra. Non-winners of a of wh,ch ?200 to the second and ?100 to tne One Mile and a Sixteenth. . stakes that have not .fon three races allowed horse The wlnner fee auc 3 lbs.; two races, 5 lbs.; maidens, 10 lbs. Five .. , . . ,, , -,OCft . THE POWERS HANDICAP, $3,000 Added. Furlongs Those entered to be sold for $3,500 to A sweepstakes for three-year-olds and1 up- ' carry weight for age; if for less, 3 lbs. allow- ward; $10 to accompany the nomination, $50 THE ADMIRAL STAKES, $1,000 Added. dnnfor e5? l 'T'i11511,,? lb f?r eaf additional to start; $3,000 added, of which $500 100 to W"h ' A sweep3takes for two-year-old colts and Sta?e afing, l ? to the second and $200 to the htird horse. geldings; $10 to accompany the nomination, be named through the entry box at the usual Weights to be announced three days before hur of closInsi th? ?40 addltlonal to gtart; $1,000 added, of which f7 fan those so named to be liable for the starting the A winner of after the . race. any race $200 to tne second and $100 to the thlrd horse. weights are posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. f A winner of a stakes to carry 3 lbs.; of two lee- Une M1Ie One Mile and a Furlong. stakes, 5 lbs. extra; maidens allowed 7 THE CALUMET STAKES, $2,500 Added. lbs. Four and a Half Furlongs. THE FLYING HANDICAP, $1,000 Added. A sweepstakes for three-year-olds; $10 to ac- A sweepstakes for three-year-olds and up- company the nomination, $50 additional to THE MAY BLOSSOM STAKES, $1,000 ward; $10 to accompany the nomination, $40 start; $2,500 added, of which $400 to the sec- Added. A sweepstakes for two-year-old fillies: additional to start; $1,000 added, of which $200 ond and $200 to the third horse. Allowances: $10 to accompany the nomination, $40 addi- to second and $100 to the third horse. Weights Non-winners of a three-year-old stakes of tional to start; $1,000 added, of which $200 to to be announced three days before the race. $1,500 value, 7 lbs.; maidens, 15 lbs. One Mile the second and $100 to the third horse. A win- A winner of any race after the weights are and a Sixteenth. ner of a stakes to carry 3 lbs. ; of two posted to carry 5 lbs. extra. Six Furlongs. ADDtD MONEY AND FULL VALUES IN CASH HANDICAPS WITH $600 TO $1,000 ADDED. SPECIAL NOTICE No entry will be received for nny of these stakes except upon this condition: CHUADn IACPCD QorT--f-a That all disputes, claims and objections arising out of the racing, or with respect to the interpretation " dU W AnU J Aortln, ocCrcUdry. rr of the conditions of any stales, shall be decided by a majority of the Racing Stewards present, or those .nn ctj. -il- th whom they may appoint, and their decision upon all points shall be final. Koom 30, 170 JJj. Madison fat., OniC3gO, 111. The A Handbook of Figures II a Beyond Comparison American Sporting An Official Compen- dium of Records Manual (COPYRIGHTED) ! . , . 0 Summaries by Experts V now on sale. - on the Past Year's - Doings Edited by 30g in Paper F. H. BRUNELL 50c in Soft Morocco V ' Daily Racing Form Publishing Co. 124-126 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO 19 0 3