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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, November 8, 1903 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1903 drf1903110801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, November 8, 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  TJ'1 " !Tt VOL,. IX. NO. 266. CHICAGO, aUH"DAYt 3ST( )YEMBEB 8, 1902 PRIOS 5 CEBITS Jamaica Form Chart JAMAICA FO rniPf I JAMAICA, L. I., November 7, 1903. First day. Metropolitan Jockey Club. Autumn Meeting. Weather clear, track fast. Presiding Judge, Clarence McDowell. Starter, C. J. Fitzgerald. Secretary, G. F. Dobson. Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. No recall flag used. W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. FIRST RACE 3-4 M ileT900 addedTAllAges. Handicap"; 4: f () Ind Horses A Wt St y4 hi StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 42G143GAY BOY w 4 123 5 73 71 41 1" T Burns C F Hill 5 G 4 S-5 42G302ASCENSION w 4 109 3 01 6l G1 23 Boiesen C Oxx S S S 3 42G2G BISERTA w 4 95 1 3U 31 3" 3" II Cal'hanJ Galway 50 GO GO 25 (42627)GRENADE w 2 10G 4 4U 4" 5 4" Gannon L V Bell 5 G G 2 42C31-ELSIE L. w 4 100 2 S2 S2 7 51 Redfern H R Schaffer 12 12 S 3 42G41AHLTMADA w 3 111 6 lh lb lh G1 Fuller .7 A Kyle 3 31 3 G-5 42510 ASTARITA W 3 11S 7 21 21 2h 7U F O'Neill J G Follansbee 3 41 41 2 42G433THE CAPTAIN W 3 100 9 9s 9l S- S- Barber B Nolan 100 200 200 SO 425SG KING PEPPER W 5 111 S 5b 51 91 9 Doyle F Farrell S 20 15 G 421G7 HIMSELF w 5 110 11 10 10 10101020 Creamer W C Daly 40 100 100 30 42G14 NORTH'N STAR wb 4 110 10 11 11 11 11 Higgins S J Smith 10 10 7 21 Time, 12, 24, 47g, 1:131. Winner B. c, by St. Saviour Orlie (trained by C. F. Hill). Went to post at 2:00. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second the same. Gay Boy is a good, game colt. Crowded at the start, he worked his way through the field and closed up fast in the stretch, but was tiring at the end aud only just lasted long enough. Ascension came through next to the rail in the last sixteenth and was catching the winner at the end and would have won had she got through in time. Biserta broke running, ran in much improved form and hung on gamely all through the stretch under a drive. Grenade ran a fair race, but could not give the weight. Elsie L. was crowded at the start and finished fast. Ahumada is a sprinter cnly. Astarita, used up in early racing, was eased up when beaten. Northern Star was pulled up in the final furlong. ?4.tcfied-.i2C50sTouns Henry, 325; 425S5 G. Whittier, 104; 425SSOttrich, "98; 42tK2Palett; 90. Overweights Elsie L., 3 pounds. Gay Boy, show, 9 to 10. Ascension, show, 2 to 1. Biserta, show, 12 to 1. Ahumada, show, " to 10. SECONDRACE11-16 MilesSOO added." 3-year-olds and upward. Sell- jOl (j (j 3 Ind Horses A Wt St 4 Vs. StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 425S5-UNMASKED W G 107 4 2 P l1 11 lll Fuller J McCue 7-103-4 3-5 out 42G2S3WILD PIRATE w 5 102 3 31 3s 2l 23 2 Higgins G Ogle 3 15-531 1 425S5 G. WHITTIER wb 4 110 1 lh 21 35 310 38 Gannon L V Bell 12 12 12 3 42G2S2ETHICS w 5 109 5 5 5 41 41 4 H Cochr'nHampton Stable S 10 8 S-5 425G3 CONUNDRUM w 5 10S 2 4 4 5 5 5 T Burns ManhattanStable 8 15 15 4 Time, 12. 24s. 4Sg, 1:142, 1:41, 1:48, Winner Br. g, by Domino Mere Hill (trained by F. D. Weir). Went to post at 2:30. At post 1 minute. Start poor. Won easily; second the same. Unmasked was easily the best. Off none too well, he showed a lot of speed, forced the pace throughout and readily drew away at the head of the stretch when Fuller shook him up. Wild Pirate was under a drive all ol the last half and reached thfc winner on the stretcli turn, but tired when straightened out. G. Whittier got off running, but failed to to run to his best form. Ethics was ilatfooted when the barrier went up. Conundrum did not race to within pounds of his true form and was laboring after going a half mile. Scratched 425SS Highlander, 106; 42053 Potente, 103; 42G51 Hot. 9S; 42G15 Dark Planet, 9G. Corrected, weights Conundrum, 108. Overweights Ethics, 2 pounds. Wild Pirate, show, 1 to 3. G. Whittier, show, Gto 5. -f'iV'ry-! " THIRD RACE 5 1-2 Furlongs."- 2-year-olds. Allowances. The Mutual J O O db Stakes. $1,500 added. Net value to winner $1,700. fnd Horses AWt St hi StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (4260G)LADY AMELIA w 122 4 1 Is 1- ll T Burns E R Thomas 2 3J 1G-5G-5 42027-'tMINEOLA w 104 5 Gl 4h 2-' 2" Redfern W C Whitney 10 15 15 5 (42539) ORTHODOX wb 107 3 32 22 31 32 F O'Neill M L Hayman 3 31 31 G-5 4616 WOTAN w 112 1 4 5U 41 41 W Hicks Hampton Stable S S S 3 4"GlG2DOLLY SPANKER w 114 G 5l Gl G1 5s Odom R T Wilson Jr 2 2 9-5 7-10 (42513)EMERGENCY wb 114 2 2l 31 5'1 Gh Gannon I. V Bell 20 30 30 8 42584 JUVEN'L MAXIM wb 117 7 7 7 7 7 Fuller F Farrell 5 7 7 21 tAdded starter. Time, 102, 22J, 47g, 1:002, 1:075. Winner B. or br. f, by Ben Brush La Colonia (trained by A. Shields). Went to post at 2:50. At post 3 minutes. Start poor. Won driving; second the same. Lady Amelia outbroke her company and was away running, while the others were flat-footed. She showed great speed, hut was all out and doing her best at the finish. Mineola ran a good race from where she got off. made up ground gradually and made a determined effort in the stretch, but could not get up. Orthodox ran under a drive all of the last quarter, hung on well and would have been second in another stride. Wotan has gone back. Dolly Spanker and Juvenal Maxim were Ilatfooted next to the rail at the start. Gannon made an effort to get up in the first furlong, but was pinched out. Scratched (42G54)Blytheness, 112; 42G022Mordella, 109. Overweights Orthodox, 5 pounds. Lady Amelia, show, 1 to 2. Mineola, show, 21 to 1. Orthodox, show, 1 to 2. Wotan, show, 8 to 5. Dolly Spanker, show,Jto jj. a cf f er FOURTH"RACE 1 1-8 MMes. All Ages. The" Springfield Handicap.- $3,000 4t OOQ added. Net value to winner $3,045. ind Horses A Wt St St hi StrFin' Jockeys Owners O H C P 24403HrSTBOURNE W 3 117 1 3- 32 3l 31 l3 1 Redfern W B Leeds 7-5 9-5 9-5 3-5 46173LUX CASTA wb 4 111 5 21 23 2 1" 22 23 Fuller Albemarle Stable 3 3 11-67-10 42614 MASTERM'N wb 4 10S 2 5 5 43 4 31 312 T Burns J Boden 3 31 3 1 46413F'HAM QUEENw 3 93 3 41 4h 5 5 5 41 O'Brien Bristol Stable 20 30 25 6 42617 ROSTAND "W 3 98 4 11 11 lh 21 48 5 H Cal'hanHampton Stable 10 10 8 21 Time, 13, 25. 50, 1:15, l:41g. l:54g. Winner B. c, by Indio Flora Hurst (trained by T. Welch). Went to post at 3:20. At post 20 minutes. Start poor. Won easily; second driving. Hurstbourne was much the best and was under a pull at the end. He received the best of the start but Redfern took him back in the first furlong and was content to stay in a good position to the stretch turn, where he got through and won running away. Lux Casta acted poorly at the post, but showed speed and ran a fair race. She was doing her best at the end to stall off Masterman. The latter, a slow beginner, made up ground and came fast in the stretch, only to tire in the last fifty yards. Florham Queen Was outclassed. Rostand showed speed for seven furlongs, then tired and was eased up in the last sixteenth. Scratched-42311 Duke of Kendal, 108; 424G5 Bonnibert, 102. Overweights Florham Queen, 3 pounds. No show betting on first three. j 4:2066 FIFTH RACE 3-4 Mile' 5S0O added. 2-year-olds. Selling. Ind Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P (424SS)SILVER DREAM w 107 5 PI PI PI l3 Fuller J Garson 8-6 9-5 9-5 7-10 42640:,CHAMPLAIN w 93 4 3" 21! 21 2ll O'Brien F Farrell 3 3 2 4-5 42G42 ANCESTOR w 95 G G2 6'1 41 33 Creamer W C Daly 15 25 25 S 42G022MORDELLA w 91 2 43 42 61 4s W Fisher J W Schorr 6 8 8 3 (425S7)DUSKY w 9S 1 2 3 5" 5 Higgins A Simons 6 7 7 21 42G02 RETICENT w 10G 3 5h 5l 3l 61 Redfern G H Shearer G 8 7 21 42G0G AITSTRALINA w 99 S 72 72 71! 72 Roman'li G M Clement 30 30 30 10 41527 DUKEDOM wb 9S 10 10 10 Sh 81 W Miller J McLaughlin 100 100 100 40 41G01 HANDS UP wb 93 7 S3 S3 9 9s Brunner E W Heffner 100 100 100 40 415G7 ESTER REEL w 90 9 9 9 10 10 J Jones E A Schulze 100 100 100 40 Time, 12, 23g, 471, 1:14. Winner B. f, by Henry of Navarre Golden Dream (trained by J. Garson). ' Went to post at 4:00. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Silver Dream was the best and won as her rider pleased after she had forced the pace throughout. Champlain had no mishaps. In a good position all the way, he could not get ud in the stretch and was all out and doing his best at the end to stall off Ancestor. The latter showed improvement and finished fast. Mordella was slightly outrun all the wav. Dusky is speedy, but a quitter. Reticent came fast on the stretch turn and made a bold effort iii the stretch, only to tire. ( Overweights Silver Dream, 1 pound; Reticent, 4; Dusky, 4. I Silver Dream, show, 1 to 3. Champlain, show, 1 to 3. Ancestor, show, 3 to 1. 4r'IHT SIXTH RACE 1 1"16 Miles7$S00lidded3ear-oldsSelling; Ind Horses A Wt St A hi StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 42619 MEDAL w 107 1 31 41 4-' 41 l'l Fuller T D Sullivan 10 15 15 5 4-G15 NEVERMORE "WB 103 2 23 24 P l2 2h J Jones T Ryan 2 2 3-2 1-2 425G3 BO LIN A w 3S 3 8s S15 G3 51 32 Sailing J Galway 20 25 25 8 (42619)ELI.A SNYDER wb 9S 5 53 3ll 3U 3h 44 O'Brien I Frank S-5 2 9-5 3-5 42G04:,OUR NUGGET wb 103 4 l" 1" 2- 2" 5 II Mich'ls Miss J Krauss 6 7 6 2 42G43 SIR SHIP w 10G 7 4h 5s 5" 61 6l Boiesen R H Weil 15 25 25 7 -J2S54 .NUIT QLANCITE wb 106 -6 8" 6h S20 7.1 7s Wilk'son G B Hill 100 200 9 4-C15 DARK PLANET wb 101 S 7s 71 71! S30 S30 Higgins O L Richards 7 10 8 3 42001 JOLA wb 103 9 9 9 9 9 9 Barbee E Paarman 100 200 200 60 Time. llg. 24g. 4S5, 1:14a. 1:41, 1:4S. Winner B. f, by Meddler Lady Stylites (trained by A. Zimmer). Went to post at 4:25. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily; second driving. Medal ran in a good position to the stretch, where she came around her field, closed up under a drive, wore Nevermore down in the last sixteenth and was going away at the end. Nevermore drew away at the stretch bend and appeared the winner until he weakened and had to be whipped out to beat Bolina. The latter closed a big gap in the final furlong and would have been second in a few more strides. Ella Snyder was a contender to the final furlong, when she tired. Our Nugget does not seem to be able to stay. It was a poor race for Dark Planet. Scratched 42G15 Stonewall, 114; 42604 Harrison, 106. I Overweights Medal, 2 pounds. ' Medal, show, 2 to 1. Nevermore, show, out. Bolina, show, 3 to 1. Ella Snyder, show, out. Latonia Form Chart LATONIA FORM CHART. LATONIA, KY., November 7, 1903. Thirteenth day. Latonia Jockey Club. Fall Meeting. Weather clear, track slow and lumpy with good path in the middle. Presiding Judge, Charles F. Price. Starter, J. J. Holtman. Secretary, E. C. Hopper. Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. No recall flag used. W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers ' FIRST RACE 3-4 Mile. Purse $400. 3-year-olds. Selling. 4ir ( 5 5 b$ Ind Horses A"Wt St 4 hi StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 42G322ROSSMOND w 103 G 4h '2h l2 l3 J Hicks A L Ferguson 21 3 11-59-10 (42G32)F. LADY ANNA W 107 1 l2 l1! 22 22 S Bonner C C McCafferty 21 21 2 4-5 42G25GRAND MARY w 102 4 2 3l 31 33 D Austin W F Schulte 6 7 7 21 42613MOHN J.. REGAN ws 95 S 9 9 7 4" Hyams J J Marklein 20 50 40 15 420:0-01 ONETZ w 100 3 S S S 5h H PhillipsW J Donohue 7 15 12 4 42G323AMOROUS w 107 5 Gh 4h 41 Gl Munro G Kluber G 9 8 3 42527:,FL YING GIRL W 100 2 3h 62 9 7 Minder W'df'rd&Ev'man 8 8 7 21 42G32 BOB FRANKLIN wb 103 9 7 7 6" S Hoffler J W Pugh 10 20 15 6 4257G MIRIAM W. w 100 7 52 5" 51 9 Herbert T H Shannon 20 30 25 8 Apprentice allowance. Time, 25, 501, 1:18. Winner Ch. c, by Hammon Lady Rossington (trained by T. C. McDowell). Went to post at 2:09. At post minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. Rossmond ran a good race and was in the best going in the middle of the tratk all the way and Hicks took no chances with him at the finish, but rode him out. Fair Lady Anna ran her race, but was not quite good enough for the winner. Grand Mary was easily the best of the others. John J. Regan was outrun in the first part of the race, but closed a big gap and finished fast. Scratched 42032 Barkelmore, 103; 42625 Sinner Simon, 103; 42571 Special Tax, 100. Rossmond, show, 2 to 5. Fair Lady Anna, show, 2 to 5.Grand Mary, show, 3 to 2. 4O t i' i i SECOND RACE512Furlongs. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Fillies. Allow-jU Ol) J ances. Ind Horses A Wt Stj4 StrFin Jockeys Ownera O H C P 4'623 ALLISTA w 10S 2 ll l2 l3 l3 Hoffler j" Mannion 4 4 16-57-10 425972ALMA DUFOUR WB 10S 4 53 41 3 21 H PhillipsE Corrigan ll-2011-2011-20out (42G4S)LIDA LEIB wb 108 5 31 22 2 32 A W B'k'rG H Whitney 5 6 6 11-10 42528 KATIE POWERS w 102 1 4 5 41 48 S Bonner W P Reardon 10 40 40 8 "08713MILDRED L. w 111 6 6 6 G 5s W Wats'nA H Pendleton 30 50 50 15 42454 JANET FONSO w 105 3 23 3 5 6 Paul J B Respess 8 30 30 6 Time, 25, 51, 1:03, 1:10. Winner Ch. f, by Lamplighter Mamie Fonso (trained by W. Mannion). Went to post at 2:33. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second driving. Allista was off well in motion, opened up a gap in the first furlong and was never closely approached thereafter. Alma Dufour did not show her usual speed and ran much below her best form. Phillips shook her up while rounding the far turn and she closed up some ground, but failed to respond with her usual dash. Lida Leib finished gamely and was easily the best of the others. Katie Powers ran fairly well. Janet Fonso showed a flash of early speed. Scratched 425973Wreath of Ivy, 108; (42246)Folies Bergeres, 10S; (42612)Morning Star, 105; (42C3G)Domino Whist, 100. Allista, show, out. Lida Leib, show, 1 to 2. (Continued on third page.) LATONIA FORM CHART-CONTINUED. 1 'j; 4: THIRD RACE 1 Mile- Purse $500- AU Ages. Handicap. 4r2f70 Ind Horses A Wt St Vt StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 426243FdNSOLUCA w 4 102 1 3l 3 lnk l1 l2 Hofller J W Hall 2h 21 2 1-2 4 (42G40JUDGE HIMES w 3 120 2 4 4 31 2nk 2 H PhillipsC R Ellison 8-5 3 13-51 (42622)BARDOLPH wb 3 103 3 l1 2 22 3 310 S Bonner Gorman & Bauer 9-o 11-511-M-5 7; 42622T. O'SHANTER wb 3 100 4 22 lh 4 4 4 W R'bbinsJ J Zurborg & Co4 4 1S-59-10 Time. 25, 51, 1:18. 1:45J. J Winner Ch. g, by Fonso Lucasta (trained by J. W. Hall). 4; Went to post at 3:01. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily; second the same. J Fonsoluca won as if clearly best at the weights. Hoiller sent him after the leaders while 7 rounding the far turn and after racing with Bardolph and Judge Himes he came away on 1 i , the far turn and easily held his advantage to the end. Judge Himes was outrun in the , first part of the race, but closed up on Bardolph and Tarn o'Shanter on the far turn and J held second place without much trouble. Bardolph was used too much in the first part of 1 the trip in racing with Tarn o'Shanter and tired. The latter quit badly. No show betting. t I O C Tj FOURTH RACE About-2 M ilesl 3year-olds "and upward. Handicap. f 4D I 1 The Kentucky Autumn Steeplechase. $700 added. Net value to win- ner $775. Ind Horses A Wt St 3 6 9 12 StrFin, Jockeys Owners O H C P at 42G353FAR'DAY JR. ws 5 133 2 33 3C l2 2" I1 l1! Monahan C T Waltring&CoG 0 41 4-5 U2G35)CEYLON w 6 157 1 Is l3 2- l1 2-3 2iu Peters II Flippen 1 1 7-102-5 f 42GU ISLIP w 7 125 44 4 4 3 3 3 Gaylor G Shafer 15 15 lo 3 f (41951)PRESGRAVE w 5 1G0 3 2C 24 3,:i Fell. Brazil J C Ferris Jr 7-5 2 2 3-d e Time, 4:20. Winner Gr. h, by Faraday Maraquita (trained by R. Minton). Went to post at 3:27. At post 7 minutes. Start good. Won handily; second easily. Faraday Jr. went up to Cevlon after taking the ninth jump and the two fought it out closely until near the hurdle in the homestretch. Faraday Jr. cleared this with a good lead J and Ceylon was not able to catch him on the Hat. Ceylon was probably used too much m the first part of the journey and tired under his weight. Islip trailed the field far back all the way. Presgrave fell at the eleventh jump. Faraday Jr., show, 1 to 4. Ceylon, show, out. Islip. shew, 1 to 2. Presgrave, show, 1 to 4. rj t) FIFTH RACE 3-4 Mile. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Colts and Geldings. ZkK i & Selling. Ind "Horses A Wt St 4 Vz StrFln Jockeys Owners O H C P jj 42G23 CHEBOYGAN ws 100 2 41 2' lnk lnt Munro G Hendrie 4 5i 5 2 I (42575)JUDGE DENTON w 107 3 in I1! 2s 21 D Austin J C Milam 3 3 2 4-o 3 4C45 CHIEF DEPUTY w 100 1 2h 31 31 31 J Hicks T C McDowell 15 15 10 4 L 4252STHE HEBREW ws OS G 7 G1 GU 41! Nicol F Cook C C 2 9 4-047 WAR PAINT W 101?. 5 8 7 7 5Dk Minder J Laxton 10 -0 lo G 1 40005 BENEFICENT wb 109 S Gi 5" 4 G" P Phillips W D Twyman 20 30 30 10 (42573)TROVATOR w 10G 7 5h S S 7 S Bonner A Haninger 3J o o 2 42G23 L'FORD JAMES WB 100 9 9 9 9 S Finley G Rowe 50 50 50 lo 42444LOOKAWAY wb 92 11 10 10 10 9 Plunkett C Schawacker 50 CO GO 20 (4"G33)ONRESS w 10G 4 3k 4i 5nk10 H PhillipsE Corrigan 2 3 2,1 7-5 42317 H. Li'HRMANN JR.wb 97 10 11 11 11 11 George J Fay 50 CO CO 20 Apprentice allowance. Time, 25, 50$, 1:17. Winner B. c, by Cayuga Stewardess (trained by J. Walters). Went to post at 4:03. At post 4 minutes. Start good. AVon driving; second easily. Cheboygan joined Judge Denton on the turn and outstayed him in a long, hard drive to the finish, Munro outriding Austin at the end. Judge Denton showed the most early speed and stcod a hard drive gamely, but was weakly ridden at the finish. Chief Deputy ran a good race and was well handled. The Hebrew made up ground and finished fast. Trovator ran poorly. Onress quit badly after showing early speed. Scratched 42G45IOudon, 107; 42023 Kern, 103. Overweights War Paint, 14 pounds. . . Cheboygan, show, evens. Judge Denton, show, 2 to o. Chief Deputy, show, 2 to 1. Onress, show, 7 to 10. SIXTH RACE 1 1-8 Miles. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. y g IndHories AWtStSt 4 34 StrFin Jockeys Owners O H CP ' 4G34SCHICKADEE w 4 103 2 1' 1- l3 11 l1 11 W Austin T Hatfield 4 5 5 C-5 4012XdELANTE wb 5 103 4 2i 2" 31 3 3" 2 Lindsey W & J Carroll 3i 3J 16-57-10 f4TO4ANTOLEE W 5 107 3 31 31 21 21 2' 3- S Bonner CCMcCaff'ty&Co 4-5 4-5 7-101-3 , 4''G442FLET'RON wb C 101 5 4' 4" 4' 412 410 4U B Davis J J Zurborg & C06 10 7 21 4'G MARGIE S ws 4 97 1 G 6 5 5 5" 512 Mahon J F Dockery 100 100 100 20 44(1 TUSTICE WSB 4 100 G f' 51 G G G G S Boland J C Ferris Jr 50 GO GO 20 Time, 2G, 52, 1:19. 1:4GJ, 1:59. Winner B. f by Sir Modred or Duncombe Sabilla (trained by T. Hatfield). Went to post at 4:32. At post 4 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second the same. Chickadee took the good going in the middle of the track right after the start and cut out the pace She carried Antolee very wide when turning for home, while Adelante cut th corner and saved ground. Chickadee and Antolee fought it out on the extreme outside all through the stretch, the former drawing away in the closing strides. Adelante finished gamely and got second place in the closing strides. Antolee did her best throughout. The other three cut no serious figure in the race. . Scratched 42G13 Frank Mc, 99; 4254C Free Admission, 97. r-inVkndee show. 9 to 20. Adelante. show, 3 to 10. Antolee, show. out. Page  DAILY RflCiNG FORM ISSUED EVERT DAT. DAILY RACING FORM PDB, CO. publisheiib 07 WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN. Entered In the Post Office at Chicago aa second class matter. COPTRIGHTED. Entered according to Act of Congress, In the year 1S03, by Frank H. Brunell, In the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. U. S. A. The chart and Index numbers and track form of Dally Racing Form must not be used. They are copyrighted dally and will be keenly protected. A Dally Reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph. Editor and Proprietor, F. H. Brunell. Associate Editor, Clinton C. Riley. Secretary, Mrs. F. H. Brunell. 124 FIFTH AVENUE, CHICAOO, ILL. SINGLE COPT 5 CENTS. Subscriptions Must be Paid In Advance. Chicago, Illinois, November 8 1903. i .." ...i.ii.-.. ...i. !-.. Poolrooms IVlay Close but they may not be compelled to do so by the raiders, but the clean-up that our patrons will make this week on our Jamaica Long Shot They will put a crimp into them that they will be compelled to dig into their additional bank rolls laid away in their safe deposits. We are positive that they are not your friends and also desire to help our patrons to clean-sweep them properly. If you want to get in this deal it will cost you $2.00 in advance and you must also place $2.00 additional for us day of race. Our patrons again won nicely last week. A SURE WINNER are those who pay to be in the known. For twelve years we have given consistent winners all the while. We first earn what we demand. Particulars and 20th. Century turf system mailed free, plain envelope. Your credit is good nuf ced. dockers' Combine info, j P. O. Box 103, Gravesend, Brooklyn, N. Y. owneIund trSner ' To a select few good bettors I will send several horses that I know will win at Latonia and Aqueduct tracks at good odds. On Saturday, Nov. 7, a 20 to 1 shot at Aqueduct and Thursday, Nov. 5, and Monday, Nov. 9, two at Latonia that the odds will be from 15 to 50 to 1. I am with owners and trainers and know just what is doing. Pro Fre Free I will send these FREE, FREE, FREE, you agreeing to place a bet on for me and sending winnings after the race. In your first letter send sufficient stamps or currency to pay for the first two telegrams. Address Geo. A, Harris HOTEL EMERY, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1 SELDOM MVPATR01S'S I ADVERTISE III I Are Mostly MONTHLY Customers who play my GRAND TWO-HORSE "LONG" ODDS BETTING SYSTEM EarniDg from ?5 to $20 daily, handling your OWN money, with a VERY small capital. Special Inducement Only lo "Hew Customers" My California Selections have ALWAYS been wonderful. Commence Nov. 14. Mail C I ORONETrPT OCISKTIFIC Me J) 1 WEEK'S LO I O ELECTIONS of THREE 8PECIALLY SELECTED RACES mailed the evening BEFORE. Regular price $1.00 daily, including my OLD betting SYSTEM. C. W. LAPHAM SSS. Wired to long distance customers. Established 1883. LE.SI.0SS0N&C0, "The Twentieth Century Handicap." Phoned, wired or delivered to any city address before noon. Phone Main 1279. "Wired to out of town clients at 10 a.m." Suite 81, I ! 9 and 1 2 i LaSalle SL Yesterday gave to win the following: Hurstbourne 8 to 5 Silver Dream 2 to 1 Rossmond 5 to'2 THE WIZARD. PRICE 50 CENTS DAILY. Telegrams $3 Weekly. Clients received the following Saturday: GAY BOY 4 to 1 WON Unmasked, pi. ..1-1 Won Allista, pi 7 2 Won L. Amelia, pi.. 16-5 VVon Fonsolnca, pi. .11-5 Won Silver Draam.pl.2-1 Won Faraday Jr., pi .5-1 Won Chickadee, pi.. .4-1 Won Fair Lady Anna. 4-5 2ad Remomber I only give two horses in each race one to win, one to place. 21 in the money ont of 23. For sale at the Wizard otlice, 443 N.Clark St.; news stands Madison and Clark and Clark and Randolph sts. Two Raids in One Day On Oct. 31st my SYSTEM raided Toomey's pool-room and got the "candy" on a long shot Baikal 25 to 1 in the first race at Aquedect. Just then the Dolico made the second raid and got the crowd. My SYSTEM gets the loDg shotsas well as most of the winners all played to win. Thursday it caught Forward. Garnish, Wild Thyme, Erbe, Miss Goligntly, Rainland and Lid a Leib. Price $5, after New Year $10. Your money back if not as represented after 30 days' fair trial. Send now and got it for winter racing. Especially adapted for poolroom playing. DR. 8. S. P KTK RO, 22 ?.Penn St., Indianapolis, Ind Estobn8hedi89o Reynolds & oo. sssvsais: Boforo the public , .. , , j. vory day. Phone 5154 Central. Delivered anywhere. . Back "Sheets" on File for Inspection. JLd ALLIST . : I 4 to! WON fa,r lady anna 11 to 5 2ND WWM JUDGE HMES . . . 3 to 1 2ND ISm CHAMPLAIN . 2to1 2ND m CHICKADEE . . 5to1 WON pifk OUR CLIENTS RECEIVED THE ABOVE SATURDAY. $$f Two Good Ones are on Tapis for Monday, We Never Mis- INCLUDING AN 8 TO 20 TO I SHOT. represent. Terms: $1.00 Daily, $5.00 Weekly, specials included, or $2.00 for two actual winning specials. Wired at 10 a.m. THE ONLY WAY to make TURF SPECULATION profitable is to make only three or four plays per week on horses that are fit, ready and out for the money. I KNOW when they are and when they are not after the money. My intimate knowledge of horses, horsemen and jockeys, augmented by my wide and thorough experience of the racing game enables me to furnish my clients with REAL INSIDE INFORMATION which seldom fails to get the money. IF YOU WANT TO WIN and remain WINNER send me your name and address and I will wire you my specials on the condition that if the horse wins you will promptly remit me two dollars as my fee for the information. If tha horse should happen to lose I get nothing. Wired before 12 o'clock noon. Address suited THE ELITE HANDICAPPER "gAJSglg FREE OUR SPECIAL FREE. I will sond one special free of charge on receipt of 25 cents in stamps as guarantee of telagram. A Purse Taken Away A PURSE TAKEN AWAY. Cincinnati, O., November 7. The purse won by Red Raven in the last race at Latonia yesterday was taken away from him. He carried 9G pounds and according to the conditions he should have carried 103. First money was given to The Goldfinder, second to Dave Sommers, and third to Dutch I Comedian. Betting stood as the horses finished. Gossip of the Turf GOSSIP OF THE TURF. James B. Haggin, who is recognized as the largest breeder of thoroughbreds in the world, has consigned forty-two head of youngsters from his Rancho del Paso Stud, in California, to the Fasig-Tipton sales in Lexington. Although some thousands of horses have been bred by Mr. Haggin, both at Elmendorf and Rancho del Paso, this is the first time that any of his western-bred yearlings will be sold in Kentucky. Nine head of horses of A. Featherstone's racing stable arrived at Lexington Thursday from the Aqueduct race track to go into winter quarters at Kenmore Farm. The lot includes the Annual Champion winner Igniter, Black Fox, Disadvantage, Ingold, Ship Shape, Stalker, Saultine Lois and the Metropolitan Handicap winner Arsenal. Trainer Julius Bauer remained east to finish out the racing season at Jamaica and Bennings with Mary Street, Hymettus, Bounding Loo, Harmakis, Harangue, Model Prince and Komombo. The negotiations looking to the location of the great racehorse Heno in the stud, at J. C. Graves' Arbordale Farm, have fallen through, owing to the owner of the son of Henry Young making arrangements to have the famous performer do stud service in the east for the next three years. These negotiations gave the first intimation that Heno would be retired from the turf at the end of this season. The Bennings meet at Washington will be . on a very high plane in every way, judging from the list of entries for the Columbia Handicap, which is to be run at seven furlongs on the opening day. The event has just closed, so the majority of those entered are likely starters. The entries include: Astarita, River Pirate, Toscan, Gloriosa, High Chancellor, Hoodwink, Mary Street, Mrs. Frank Foster, Ahumada, W. R. Condon, Lord Badge, Injunction, Duelist, Duke of Kendal, Young Henry, Embarrassment, Colonel Bill, Ice Water, Judith Campbell, Red Damsel, Runnels, Ingold, Hymettus, Castalian, Unmasked, Minotaur, Demurrer, Van Ness and Step Away. W. A. Engman, president of the Brighton Beach Racing Association, has purchased about forty acres of land on the west side of Coney Island avenue, and almost adjoining the Ocean Boulevard, beginning at the Neck road and extending down to Coney Island Creek. The property has a frontage of 4,000 feet on Coney Island avenue and cost Mr. Engman, it is said, $150,000. It is stated that the property would be devoted to new stables, of which the Brighton track is greatly in need. Sixteen head of yearling thoroughbred colts, the property of E. R. Bradley, were shipped from Lexington Thursday to Memphis to be put in winter quarters, and they will be given an early training. A number of good looking ones are in the bunch. Crescent City Stakes CRESCENT CITY STAKES. One week hence the big list of stakes offered by the Crescent City Jockey Club will close for entries, with every probability that Secretary Sheridan Clark will shortly thereafter be able to publish a record-breaking list of nominations. The advent of Los Angeles and Hot Springs in the field of winter racing has apparently had a stimulating effect in the way of bringing new owners ' into competition, so that while New Orleans I and San Francisco will in all probability show I more entries than ever before and have more j horses than can be conveniently housed, j there will still be an abundant supply of horses for the two new tracks. The fine list of stakes now offered by the Crescent City Jockey Club contrasts vividly with the offerings of a few years back and suffices to demonstrate in conclusive fashion the great advance in popularity that racing has obtained in New Orlenas. Creditable as they are and well worth any turfman's winning, they will probably be greatly increased over present figures in the course of a few more years. The metropolis of the south is growing rapidly in population and wealth, and in the nature of things racing there must reflect this growth. In the meantime, if any owner has negiected to make entries to the list now open, jet him cure his error at once. Thoroughbreds at Auction THOROUGHBREDS AT AUCTION. The dispersal sale of Melbourne Stud will take place at Lexington, Ky., also the closing out of the following: Ashland Stud. Ward it Harlan's racing string, including Lady Jocelyn, Ethel Wheat and others, and Engman & Wilkerson's stable, including Major Pelham and a sister to Hermis. A number of other choice consignments, too numerous to mention, will also be disposed of. This sale will be held at Lexington, Ky., on November 10, 17, IS and 10. Catalogs will be sent only on application. Write for them, addressing, W. T. WOODARD, Lexington. Ky. Jamaica Form JAMAICA FORM. The form of Monday's Jamaica fields is: First Race Race King, Reliance, Riverdale. Second Race All Gold or Unmasked, Ethics, Lady Potentate. Third Race Irene Lindsey, Sweet Alice, King Pepper. Fourth Race Brigand, River Pirate, Tribes Hill. Fifth Race Rob Rov, Prince Salm Salm, Dutiful. Sixth Race Mamie Worth, Buttons, Illyria. Jamaica Entries JAMAICA ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track fast. Apprentice allowance. Runs well in mud. First Race 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2- year-olds. Allowances. Ind. Horses. Age.Wt. Hdcp. 425G22Race King f..122 725 425G03Reliance -.H4 710 42G1G Pol Roger K.110 G95 4253G Jasper 107 625 42513 Florizel 107 GOO 42584 Ruby Ring 107 GOO 42G02 Highwind 102 G95 425S7 Riverdale '..102 710 42G54 Oriskanv 102 705 42GGG3Ancestor 99 710 42490 Gananogue 99 G50 42584 Trossachs 99 625 41332 Black Socks 99 700 Second Race 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (42G2S)A11 Gold 6..10S 750 42GG3 Ethics 5.. 107 715 (42G63)Unmasked G..107 .,..730 42535 Ernest Parham ... . 4..10G 675 42651 Arden 5.. 104 670 42G51 Setauket !.. 4.. 104 G75 42G2S Lady Potentate ... 5.. 103 705 42G38 Early Eve 4.. 102 695 42G15 Stonewall 3.. 101 675 42403 Past 4.. 98 650 42G53 Lord Advocate 3.. 98 670 Third Race 3-4 Mile. 3- year-olds and upward. The Greenpoint Selling Stakes. $1,500 added. 426503Young Henry ... 5.. 120 730 42588 Highlander 4.. 118 695 42535 Monograph 5.. 110 700 42662 King Pepper 5.. 108 735 (42630) tDemurrer . 5.. 108 715 42G052Irene Lindsey 5.. 105' 750 42G62fElsie L i.. 4.. 105 710 42GG33G. Whittier i. . 4.. 105 725 42G05 Clonmell 4.. 103 700 42G553Sweet Alice 3.. 95 740 1H. R. Schaffer entry. Fourth Race 1 1-8 Miles. All Ages. Handicap. 40210 Francesco 4.. 126 700 42655 River Pirate 3..11G 740 (42639)Lord Badge 4.. 115 700 (42631) Tribes Hill 4.. 115 735 426533Gaviota 3.. 108 720 (42G30)Demurrer 5.. 108 720 42639Brigand 3.. 105 750 42639 Circus ... 4.. 100 705 Fifth Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. 42640 Dutiful 4..112 690 41579 Yellow Hammer 4,.-H2 670 4261S3Prince Salm Salm 112 695 42260 Monitor 112 600 426402LongSDur f...ll2 685 42652Flag Officer J..112 G85 Clarence, b. c, by Mars Glide III 112 Fort Hunter, b. c, by Potomac Rock Rose 112 42G31 Mohican 112 600 4261S Gold Breaker 109 600 42G52 Sir Carter 109 680 424372Rob Roy 109 700 426523Belle of Portland 109 G90 Robin Hood, b. g, by Kingston Belle of Maywood...l09 Evermore, eh. f, by Juvenal Evan the 109 42587 Mr. Pickwick 109 625- Sixth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. (42628)A11 Gold 6. .114 .. 715 426653Masterman .. 4.. 114 "'710 41721 Satire 4. 5.. 114 ". "665 425632Meistersinger 4.. 4. .108 695 (42630) Demurrer 4. . 5.. 108 1"7O0 (42655)Illyria 3.. 106 715 40499 Sam Craig 4.. 104 625- 42651 Faranlass 4.. 104 695- (42650)Mamie Worth 3.. 103 '.'.'.'.150 42G393Sabot 3.. 103 ....650 42G31 St. Finnan 4-- 6. .101 . 650' 426142Buttons 3.. 97 745. Page  t f at f f e FRENCH SURETY SYSTEM WON OVER $700 IN 12 DAYS this last meotinp of Brighton Boach. $50 made S10 daily at Morris Hark. linsiitR almost impossible. Small capital mrilfs biff moniiy No charg? for this system if rot snccsfnl Full particulars frnehymail. FRENCH KURE' Y SYSTEM. P O Box 207. Qravfts"d, Brooklyn, N Y. "SHOW ME." Wb showed yon Saturday. Onr two specials won as advertised, ' heboyan aud Hnrstbourne. Monday we have two nice juicy ones that will jnat roll home. One at Latonia as good ns 20 to 1, one at Jamaica et 5 to 8 to 1. These two havi been specially prepared for thrs HlliDgs. We advise every body to get in th band wagon ard rido During the past week we have given onr clients 38 winners selected to win. 9 selected to win finished second, 9 selected to run second won, 14 selected second finished second, 70 horses one two ont of 72 races. Wo only select two horers in each race. For salei at office only. Prices $1 daily, $5 weekly. Telegraphed ont of town clint3 at 10:30 a.m. Phone Central 4576 Room 25, 97 Washington St. THE M sSUURI HAKDlCaPPER. West End Mooey OrderCompany OF ST. LOUIS, MO. will receive and transmit to LOUISVILLE, KY , orders to place money on all forign race?. Take Snbnrbgn Street Railway lino to Momcbe's Grove, 6700 Map's Ave. 'The Only Way! The Sure Way! The Right Way! I Free. Free. Free 1 Cincinnati, Ohio, November 7, 1903. 1 Dear Sir: I I am not a racehorse trainer, jockey, bookmaker or anything else on those lines. I AM IN BUSINESS. Two years ago through honorable business acquaint- I ances I discovered the fact that people owning racehorses were making more money I than those in any other lino of business. I also through intimate friends became 2 aware of the fact that every few days races were so arranged that one horse much i better than all the rest is entered and wins. THESE ARE PRE-ARRANGED RACES, B not intentional but comes from making up the programme, and nothing short of a R miracle prevents of their winning. Taking up the business on these lines, waiting i for opportunities, I have succeeded beyond my expectations by far, and I am now I arranging to increase my earning by a simple, honest and fair method. I know for I a day or two in advance, or in time to notify you, the horse that is supposed to win I on a certain day. I will send the name of that horse, binding you to keep it con-I fidential, and placing for me at the best odds you can get TWO DOLLARS to win on 1 THAT HORSE, send me the WINNING and I will continue to send you more in-S formation. On NOVEMBER 2 I sent out MORNING STAR, which was returned a 3 winner at odds of 8 to 1. Since then I have had but one chance to send out any I information, and this was VOILA, which won at odds of 4 to 1. During the ensuing B week I am aware of three good hoi'ses to be entered, and judging from what I have 1 heard from the people whom I procure my information, THEY LOOK LIKE SURE 1 WINNERS. I have no hesitation in saying, that if you have one business deal with U me, you will not hesitate to become a regular recipient of my information. All that I I ask of you is to treat me as one business man would another. If this proposition meets with your approval, express your willingness to bet for me $2.00. 1 Trusting to hear from you, I remain Yours truly F. F. FRANKEL, I 634 W. Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. , LYMAN T. HAY H. R. MORRISON PKKSIDENT. SHORETAKT. I INAUGURAL WINTER MEETING January 1 to March 25, 1904. I (-UHJKCT TO APPROVAL BY THE WEST 15 RN JOCKEY CLUB.) I No Purse Less than $400. J Betting Ring Open to all Reputable Bookmakers. Valuable Stakes to be Closed Later. The plant is in process of erf c lien, is situated at beautiful Hot Springs, Arkansas. Rock Hand trains to Grand Stand in eight minutes from the city. Every detail is being carefully looked into and ihe plant will be complete in every way. Climate unexcelled for winter racing. JOSEPH A. MURPHY ' MARS CASSIDY PRESIDING JUDGE - RTARTEV. Latonia Form LATONIA FORM. The form of Monday's Latonia fields is: First Race Circus Girl, Chanterelle, One More. Second Race Toupee, Commodore, Major Carpenter. Third Race Dan McKenna, Orfeo, Thane. Fourth Race John E. Owens, Falella, Charawind. Fifth Race Miss Mollie, Voila, Woodlawn Belle. Sixth Race Adelante, Trocadero, Flaneur. Latonia Form LATONIA FORM. Covington, Ky., November 7. The horses seeming to have the best chances in Monday's races are: First Race Colonel Maffltt, Mandamus, Binehelio. , . , Second Race Commodore, Proof Reader, Huckleberry Finn. . Third Race Dan McKenna, Tancred, Brief. Fourth Race Charawind, Red Car Falella. Fifth Race Morning Star, Voila, Woodlawn Belle Sixth Race Antolee, Chickadee, Lady of tlre WGSt- I T. K. Lynch. Latonia Entries LATONIA ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather clear; track slow. Apprentice allowance. 4Runs well in mud. First Race 1 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horses. A?e' Hd?iPn 36032Colonel Maffltt 4.. 108 710 42634 Binehelio f. -107 '; 4259430ne More 5.. 106 'lo 42659 Illuminate ftn 7in 42523 Locust Blossom ... LX 42596 St. Wood 7.. 100 42625 Chanterelle f-- 4.- 97 -' 42474 Jane Oaker 4.. 97 42634 Honeybrook HK- .. J7 '! 42621 Choice ...... 5.. 97 ....700 42620 Mandamus f-- i "79 92 ....Uv 42548 Circus Girl 4.. Second Race 5 1-2 Furlongs. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 42G23 Orderly f..l07 710 42542 Toupee 107 725 42575 Outfield K-107 700 425753Commodore 10G 720 42G00 Huckleberry Finn 10G 715 42C72 Beneficent 10G 705 42G23 Harfang 4..106 710 41G09 Major Carpenter ..103 715 42G332Preakness 4..100 710 42G23 Proof Reader 100 705 42G57 Rheingold 100 690 42573 Rough and Tumble 100 715 42478 Dominique You 100 G95 42G33 Circular Joe f..100 700 Third Race 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. (42G59)Thane 4.. 105 735 (42581)Tancred . . 3.. 105 735 42634 Professor Neville 4.. 105 715 (42G47)Orfeo ... 3.. 102 740 42G223Dan McKenna i.. 3.. 102 750 425Sl3Sidnev Sabath 3.. 98 715 42G61 Moor . 5.. 95 710 426132Lubin 3.. 95 720 425Sl2Brief 5.. 95 725 4252G Guadalquivir 3.. 95 700 Fourth Race Short Course. Steeplechase. 3-year-olds and upward. Handicap. 42635 Charawind -i-.. 6.. 158 685 42G11 Eva Moe C..150 6S0 42Cll2Mr. Rose 6.. 146 GS5 42G35 'Falella 7.. 143 G90 42G352Red Car 4.. 143 685 (42671)Faraday Jr 5.. 134 6S0 42G35 John E. Owens 5.. 132 700 425243Itacatiara 4.. 130 675 42G35 Sea Pirate 4.. 129 G70 42G713Islip 7. .125 670 Fifth Race 3-4 Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. (426G0) Voila f..10S 720 (42G12)Morning Star 108 710 426603Vallarambla. I..100 715 42G4S Idle 100 695 42660 Magic Flute 100 700 42609 Eva Clair ..100 700 42660 Eccentric f..l00 710 42669 Katie Powers K-lOO 715 42G482Miss Mollie f..100 725 1 'j; 4: 4 7; J 4; J 7 1 i , , J 1 42609 Anna Hastings 100 705 426G02Woodlawn Belle K.IOO 715 42612 Mai Lowery 100 705 Sixth Race 1 Mile. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 426103Flaneur 5.. 105 715 (42673)Chickadee !.. 4.. 105 710 420732Adelantc- 5.. 105 725 42G733Antolee 5.. 105 710 42G61 Premus 5.. 101 695 426342Nearest 8.. 101 710 421373Trocadero . 4.. 100 720 42548 Frivol 4.. 97 705 426443Satchel 4".. 4.. 97 700 426013Lady of the West S.. 97 715 ,42013 Frank Mc 4.. 97 695 142548 Do Madge 6.. 96 700 Page  Crescent CityUockeyClub,of New Orleans, La. TWENTY-TWO STAKES FOR MEETING OF 1903-1904. TO CLOSE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 34, 1903. To be run Thursday, Nov. 26, 1903. THE INAUGURAL HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. To be run Saturday, Jan. 16, 1904. THE LIVE OAK HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. For For all ages. $5 to acompany the nomination. $45 additional to start. The Crescent City four-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start. The Jockey Club to add $1,250, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third, the fourth to save Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third, stake. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Six Furlongs. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after publication To be run Saturday, Nov. 28, 1903. THE MAGNOLIA SELLING STAKES. For all ages, of the weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). Seven Furlongs. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start. The Crescent City Jockey Club To be " Saturday, Jan. 23, 1904. THE COTTON SELLING SWEEPSTAKE. For to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third. The winner to be sold at auc- three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start. The tion. Horses entered to be sold for $3,500 to carry weight for age; if for less, 3 pounds Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third. The allowed for each $500 to $2,000. then 2 pounds for each $250 to $1,000, then 1 pound for each inne!f to e sold at auction. Horses entered to be sold for $3,000 to carry weight for age; $100 to $400. Winners of a race of the value of $500 not to be entered to be sold for less or less, 2 pounds allowed for each $o00 to $1,000, then-1 pound for eaeh $100 less to $500. than $1 500 One Mile Winners of a race of the value of $1,000 not to be entered to be sold for less than $2,000. f $6 Ct 5' M3, "0t 4 be Cntered t0 b Sld fr lGSS To be run Saturday, Dec. 5, 1903. THE NEW ST. CHARLES HOTEL SWEEPSTAKE, fo neiie"16 For two-year-olds. $5 to the nomination. $25 additional to start. The New St. 'be accompany To run Saturday. Jan. 30. 1904. THE MERCHANT'S HANDICAP wppptak-p Charles Hotel Company to subscribe $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the .third For Three-eaV-olds and 'upward0' $5 to accompany 'the nominator $45 ad!m0n!l to s5rt." A sweepstake for two-year-olds that have not won a stake of the value of $1,200. Winners The Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,500, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third of one race of $600 to carry 3 pounds; two such or four or more races since Oct. 11, 5 pounds the fourth to save stake. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners extra, selling races not included. Allowances: Is, on-winners of a race of $400, 5 pounds; of a racG( after publication of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling v purses not included) . maidens, z pounds. Six Furlongs. One Mile. To be run Saturday, Dec. 12, 1903. THE PRELIMINARY DERBY HANDICAP SWEEP- To be run Saturday, Feb. 6, 1904. THE CLUB HOUSE HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. STAKE. For two-year-olds. $5 to accompany the nomination. $45 additional to start. The For three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,500, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third, the The Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third! fourth to save stake. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after publication race, after publication of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included, of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). One Mile. Six Furlongs. To be run Saturday, Feb. 13, -1904. THE DESOTO HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. For To be run Saturday, Dec. 19, 1903. THE CRESCENT CITY HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE, three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start. The For all ages. $5 to accompany the nomination. $45 additional to start. The Crescent City Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third. Jockey Club to add $1,500, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third the fourth to save Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after publication stake. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). Six Furlongs, publication of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). One Mile and To be run Saturday, Feb. 20, 1904. THE NEW ORLEANS CITY RAILWAY HANDICAP One-Quarter. SWEEPSTAKE. For three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 To be run Friday, Dec. 25, 1903. THE XMAS HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. For all additional to start. The New Orleans City Railway Company to subscribe $1,000, of which ages. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start. The Crescent City Jockey $200 to the second, $100 to the third. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third. Weights to be announced Winners of a race, after publication of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after publication of weights, to carry 5 included). One Mile and One-Sixteenth. pounds extra (selling purses not included). One Mile. To be run Monday, Feb. 22, 1904. THE GEORGE WASHINGTON HANDICAP SWEEP- To be run Saturday, Dec. 26, 1903. THE NEW ORLEANS HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. STAKE For three-year-olds and upward, $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional For three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start, to start. The Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000. of which $200 to the second, $100 to The Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third, the third. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race after publication publication of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). One Mile and of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). Seven t-urlongs. Twenty Yards. To be run Friday, Jan. 1, 1904. THE NEW YEAR'S HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. For To be run Saturday, Feb. 27, 1904. THE SPEED HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. For three-year-olds. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start The Crescent three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start. The City Jockey Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third. Weights to Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third, be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after publication of weights. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after publication to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). One Mile and Seventy Yards. of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). Six Furlongs. To be run Saturday, Jan. 2, 1904. THE AUDUBON HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. For To be run Saturday, March 5, 1904. THE OAKLAND HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. For three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start, three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start. The The Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000. of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third. Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second, $100 to the third. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after publication Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after publication of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). One Mile and One-Six- of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). One Mile and One-Quarter, teenth. To be run Thursday, March 10, 1904. THE BUSH CUP HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. To be run Friday, Jan. 8, 1904. THE JACKSON HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. For For three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $45 additional to start, three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start. The The Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,500. The winner to receive a piece of plate of the Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second. $100 to the third, value of $300, $300 to second and $200 to third. Weights to be announced three days prior to Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after publication the race. Two Miles and One-Quarter. of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). One Mile and One-Half. To be run March , 1904. THE CRESCENT CITY DERBY. For three-year-olda To be run Saturday, Jan. 9, 1904. THE GENTILLY HANDICAP SWEEPSTAKE. For (foals of 1901). $5 to accompany the nomination. $20 additional if not declared out on or three-year-olds and upward. $5 to accompany the nomination. $25 additional to start. The before Jan. 1, 1904, and $20 additional if not declared out on or before Feb. 21, 1904, $100 Crescent City Jockey Club to add $1,000, of which $200 to the second. $100 to the third, additional to start. The Crescent City Jockey Club to add $2,500, of which $500 to the sec-Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of a race, after publication ond, $300 to the third, fourth to save stake. Allowances: Non-winners of a race of the of weights, to carry 5 pounds extra (selling purses not included). Six and One-Half Fur- value of $1,400 or six races of any value since Dec. S, 1903, allowed 7 pounds; maidens longs. allowed 12 pounds. One Mile and One-Eighth. All on added money system. No handicap less than $500. No purse less than $400. Additional stakes will be announced to close Monday, January 4, 1904. Address entries and communications to SHERIDAN CLARK. Secretary, 735 Gravier Street. New Orleans. La. or HARRY WHITE. Room 403. Monadnock Building- Chicaoo. Ill- EPES RANDOLPH, PRESIDENT. RICHARD DWYER j- a- MUIR, TREASURER. TC-D., c-t-ad-t-coc J. J. HOLTMAN t ALTERNATING STARTERS. Los Angeles hockey Club's GREAT WINTER RACE MEETING OPENS AT ASCOT PARK, DECEMBER 24, 1903. THE FOLLOWING STAKES TO BE RUN AT THIS MEETING CLOSE DECEMBER 3, 1903. THE ASCOT HANDICAP, $2,500 ADDED. A handicap sweepstakes for two-year-olds THE SANTA CATALINA SELLING STAKES, $1,000 ADDED. A selling sweepstakes and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $50 additional to start; $2,500 added, of for two-year-olds and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $30 additional to start; which $500 to second and $300 to the third horse. Weights to be announced five days $1,000 added, of which $200 to second and $100 to the third horse. The winner to be sold at nrior to the day of the race. Winners of a sweepstakes or of two races of any value, after auction. Those entered to be sold for $3,000 to carry weight for age; if for less, 1 lb. for each announcement of the weights, to carry 5 lbs. extra. One Mile and a Quarter. $209 to $2,000, then 1 lb. for each $100 to $500. Winners of a race to the value of $900 or THE ASCOT DERBY, $2,000 ADDED. A sweepstakes for three year-olds of 1904 (now two races other than selling purses, after the closing of this stake, not to be entered for two-year-olds) Entrance $10, $50 additional to start; $2,000 added, of which $500 to second less than $1,200. Starters, with selling prices, to be named through the entry box at the and $250 to the third horse. Winners of a sweepstakes in 1904 of the value of $1,500, 3 lbs.; usual hour of closing, the day before the race, and those so named to be liable for the of two of $900 or one of $2,000, 5 lbs. extra. Non-winners of a sweepstakes of $1,500 in starting fee. Seven Furlongs. 5 lbs and if not in a sweepstakes of $1,000 in value value in 1903 and 1904 allowed Pc ADDED. A for PEDRO SELLING STAKES, $1,000 selling sweepstakes " "s. One and Haf. in 1903 or 1904 allowed S lbs., maidens e two-year-olds and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10. $30 additional to start; JHuS9- I S ",&JnS ADn" io 40 -Idditional to start A Silver Cud and $1 500 n.OOO added, of which $200 to second and $100 to the third horse. Winner to be sold at ward .at the : time : of dosing. nJn 'Jl MtrKt weignts eiKh auction. Those entered to be sold for $3,000 to carry weight for age; if for less, 1 lb. for added, of which $300 to secon 1 fm $10Q tQ 56Q0 startere witn se,n& prices to be to be announced I. five days to day of JweMMHes Qld flU,es Qf 19Q4 liamed through the entry box at the usual hour ofclosing, the day before the race, and those named to be liable for the starting fee. One M.le. so of which to (now two-ylar-olds). Entrance $10, $40 additional to start; $1,200 added, $250 second and $150 to the third horse. To carry 112 lbs. Winners of a sweepstakes or two THE SANTA BARBARA STAKES, $1,000 ADDED. A sweepstakes for two-year-olds races other than selling purses, after Jan. 1, 1904, to carry 5 lbs. extra. Non-winners of a (now yearlings). Entrance $10, $30 additional to start; $1,000 added, of which $200 to second race of $500 in value at any time allowed 5 lbs.; maidens 10 lbs. One Mile and a Quarter. and s100 to tne third horse. Horses which have run three or more times and have not THE HOLLYWOOD HANDICAP, $1,250 ADDED. A handicap sweepstakes for two- von three races, allowed 3 lis.; two, 5 lbs.; one, 8 lbs.; beaten maidens, 12 lbs. Four and year-olds and upward at th-j time of closing. Entrance $10, $30 additional to start: $1,250 a Ha(f pur0ngs. added, of which $250 to second and $150 to the third horse. Weights to be ( announced three SANTA MONICA STAKES, $1,000 ADDED. A sweepstakes Tor two-year-olds days prior to the day of the race. Winners of other than a selhng purse, after announcement elrlings . Entrance $10, $30 additional to start; $1,000 added, of which $200 to sec- of the weights .to carry 5 lbs .extra One J nd Sixteentl two-year- ond and $100 to the third horse. Non-winners of a sweepstakes allowed 3 lbs and if such oldslnd uPprdDathe WSlS'SiiiSS'k have not won three races 5 lbs.; two races, 8 lbs.; maidens, if never placed in a sweep- ! NG L E WOO D ST E E P LEC H AS E HANDICAP, $1,200 ADDED. A handicap S2lXr5 SSSettfi V sweepstakes for two-year- fto&ri m- l,i nnlrrt at the Ttime of closing. Entrance $10, $30 additional to start; $1,000 added. Weights to be announced two days prior to the day of the race. Winners after their nf tm-ch S200 to second and $100 to the third horsl. Weights to be announced three days weights are posted, to carry 5 lbs extra Four or more horses of different interests to n? n ihp Lv of the rac Winners of other than a selling purse, after the weights are start or the race may be declared off. Full Course, about Two Miles. nosted I to .cany 5 lbs. extra. One Mile. , THE LONG BEACH STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, $1,000 ADDED. A handicap the MOUNT LOWE HANDICAP, $1,000 ADDED. A high weight w handicap J( sweep- sweeDstakes for three-year-olds and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $40 stake" for two-year-olds and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10. $30 additional addltYonal to start; $1,000 added, of which $200 to second and $100 to the third horse. otnrt- SI 000 added of which $200 to second and $100 to the third horse. Weights to be Weients to be announced two days prior to the day of the race. Winners, after the weights nnnmincVd three days prior to the day of the race. Winners of other than a selling purse. posted, to carry 5 lbs. extra. Four or more horses of different interests to start or th.e after the weights are posted, to carry 5 lbs. extra. Six f urlongs. race may be declared off. Full Course, about Two Miles. CORONADO BEACH SELLING STAKES, $1,250 ADDED. A selling sweepstakes STEEPLECHASE HANDICAP, $1,000 ADDED. A handicap! THE THE SAN GABRIEL for two-yer-olds and upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $30 additional to start; k?A?0 upward at the time of closing. Entrance $10, $40 ffidM of which $250 to second and $150 to the third horse. The winner to be sold sweepstakes w sLirt- $1 000 added, of which $200 to second and $100 to the third horse. BROOKS MANAGER. .T K Tl7Zi SlSSi ST." SKE 7,k AND MOST D.U.HT,UL CLIMATE , THE WO-UX