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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, July 26, 1908 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1908 drf1908072601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, July 26, 1908 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1908 $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  Closing Day At Windsor.: The Best Meeting Ever Held At The Track Comes To A Prosperous End.; Superstition Defeats Charlie Gilbert in the Windsor Stakes--Cave Adsum Outstays Minnie Adams in Close Finish. CLOSING DAY AT WINDSOR THE BEST MEETING EVER HELD AT THS TRACK COMES TO A PROSPEROUS END Superstition Defeats Charlie Gilbert in the Windsol s sStakes Stakes Cave Adsum Outstays Minnie Adams in Close Finish Detroit Mich July 25 The banner meeting of Windsor racing culminated today with a splendid offering of seven races that included the Windsor Stakes at one mile having a fixed value of 1150 to the winner It restilteel in a surprise and victory for Superstition an outsider Charlie Gilbert was the best supported choice tout could do no better than lanel second Superstition at the outset set a tremendous pace which soon had her opponents driv ¬ ing hard to keep In striking distance She main ¬ tained her pace steadily and although tiring In the stretch had enough In reserve to stall off the de ¬ termined challenge of Charlie Gilbert The latter flinched under punishment and swerved in the final furlong and but for this might have been the win ¬ ner x The condensed history of the Windsor Selling Stakes Is as follows followsYear Year Winner A Wt Jockey Val Time 190 Rebounder 4 100 W Fischerl150 154 1007 Fantastic IS K G Swain 1150 146 1008 Superstition S7 Devericb 1150138 One and onesixteenth miles in 190C and 1907 The small fields in tlie various races gave unlim ¬ ited opportunity for keen speculation Favorites fared fairly well four of them succeeding while the other winners also hail liberal support Next to Charlie Gilberts decisive defeat Mousignors failure in thfl handicap was another shock Minnie Adams threatened momentarily to make It a runaway racu but after going threequarters tired and allowed Cave Adsum te pass her and win by a half length Reidmoore landing third place slightly In advance of MonslgnorA Monslgnor A ellsqualifieation came with the running of tho opener when Bluei Lee which had finished third was set back for Nicols action in cutting sharply acre ss from the outside to the inner rail thereby causing a jam and nearly a fall Fielder was the one to suffer most by the mishap Night Mist suffer ¬ ing least by the interference anil winning after standing off the challenge of Fielder The judges suspended NIcol for one week for rough riding He will however be allowed to ride in stakes for hia contract employer employerli li Adnionltor which was confidently supported in ittf3rlifth race furnished excitement by funning away threequarters before the start The mishap eliminated him and he finished last Balbek the shortpriced favorite winning in a canter The closing race was a sharp contest from the barriers rise to the finish Zipango repeating his splendid performance of yesterday beating Lady Esther by a neck Senator Barrett and Itelmere were the other winners winnersFrom From a financial point the meeting just closeel was tlie best ever held here and the success will cause the management to make many extensive Im ¬ provements on the plant W O Partner stated to ¬ day that no fall meeting would be held heldLouis Louis A Cella was among todays visitors hav ¬ ing stopped off en route from St Louis to Buffalo where he will attend the opening Special trains will leave tonight and tomorrow conveying race followers and horsemen to Buffalo It Is predlcteel that Fort Erie will have the greatest meeting ever known at that course courseFrom From remarks made by L A Cella today it is probable that the pursers will be increased Big Chief Comes Second.: Is Beaten By Frank Gill Because Notter Outgenerals Walter Miller.; Rubia Granda Defeats Royal Captive--Cairngorm Wins a Race and a New Owner--Arrest Leads to a Free Fight. BIG CHIEF COMES SECOND IS BEATEN BY FRANK GILL BECAUSE NOTTER OUTGENERALS WALTER MILLER Rubia Granda Defeats Royal Captive Cairngorm Wins a Race and a New Owner Arrest Leads to a Tree Fight New York July 25 A heavy rainstorm to the accompaniment of thunder and lightning spec ¬ tacular and terrific in its effects prevailed shortly before the lirst race at Brighton Beach today Flash after Hash of lightning played around the grand stand seemingly rocking the huge steel structure to Its very foundations and spreading terror among thii occupants particularly the feminine portion Mildly islniilar conditions enveloped Greater New York and kept many racegoers from the track Nevertheless approximately 10000 spectators wit ¬ nessed the running of the card originally very promising but reduced by wholesale scratching Only three starters faced the startur iu half of the races on the program including the big feature race at one mile and a quarter in which there were plenty of excuses forthcoming for the dodgers Tills race virtually became a match between Frank ill nnil Big Chief with an inconsequential remain ¬ ing starter in DArkle to till in Todays conditions were radically different from those that prevailed at the previous meeting between this redoubtable pair Higher pairHigher weights obtained with an advantage of five K unds in favor of the older and bigger horse the track also favoring McUinnis gigantic fonr vearold Despite these important concessions Big Chief should have won Walter Miller was out jockeyed at every stage of the journey by Notter on Frank Gill who in reducing the mile and a quarter races to a five furlongs sprint placed lig Chief at i fatal disadvantage The latter was under a choking Dull behind such a moderate animal as DArkle to the backstretch where he permitted the favorite to dash past him and reach a long lead before he awoke to the menace of the situation Then although wonderfully persistent and game delayed pursuit proved unavailing and the best liorse was forced to play a llukc second fiddle to the winner which lie had decisively beaten a week be ¬ fore in a fast and true run contest The victory of Thomas If Williams beautiful filly Ruhia Cranda made partial amends for the failure of his crack threeyearold in defeating a topnotcher In llovitl Captive In the five and a half furlongs sprint for twoyearolds The chief stable jockey showed to tt Wt advantage in this race and continued the oplnfoir thfit Mill is still the king jockey in short lashes lashesJames James McCormick was in no amiable frame of mind after Cairngorm had been bid np and taken away from him by J I McOinnis for 1700 after his vlctorv In the fifth race in which the famous jgii campaigner was entered to be sold for 1000 xalrngorin belongs to A J Joyner a particular friend of McCorniicks who is at present iu Sara 1oga Cairngorm is a particular pet of his owner and McCormick ran him in a cheap selling race without consulting his owner ownerThe The steeplechase furnished the most onesided race of the meeting the most prolific in that respect ver seen Jimmy Lane practically cantered the eoitrse In front of two alleged opponents Economy inil Oro OroThe The favorite Billy Bodemer scored in the last race thanks to jockey J Lees alertness at the post and subsequent vigorous ride From a spectacu ¬ lar standpoint this was the best racing spectacle of the day dayFour Four favorites three at oddson scored Rubia Granda furnishing the only upset upsetJockey Jockey J Xotter came down from Saratoga ex ¬ pressly to ride Frank iir in the big race AVhen he appeared on Hoyal Captive the Newcastle Stable 4ntry In the third race the spectators applauded ilm enthusiastically The crack rider unexpectedly failed to make good on his first mount which was the shortest priced horse that started during the afternoon but made amide amends for the failure liy subsequently riding brilliant and heady victories oil Frank Gill and Cairngorm CairngormThe The nearest approach to a riot that has occurred since racing has been conducted under the present conditions took place this afternoon right after the finish of the fourth race Just after Frank iill had galloped back to the scales a plain clothes man seized a man named Sig Kosenfield known on the race tracks as Beansey who was making marks on Ids program and told him he was under iirrest Then tho policeman attempted to seize the program and search his prisoner but Beansey re ¬ sisted Other plain clothes men jumped In and there was a lively punching choking and beating DII the lawn In full view of every one in the club Iiouse and grandstand Racegoers crowded around the officers and it looked as if there would be a freeforall fight but uniformed policemen and Pink Krtons Interfered The combined police force finally opened a way for the plain clothes men to get their jirlsoner to the gates Assistant District Attorney Kilmer of Saratoga lias just resigned his position with the explanation that he could not conscientiously prosecute race track liottors or alleged violators of the Ilnrt Agnew laws II King present chief of police nt the Spa was formerly employed as a rubber in the stable of James Dyment the Canadian horseman horsemanGeorge George Udom refused to take the twovearold High Hange bought earlier in the week from Madden for 2400 on account of the colts evident poor condition conditionEvery Every racing association operating under the Jurisdiction of the Jockey Club said a prominent uteward of the jockey club yesterday will hold its regularly scheduled meeting Injtween now and November 15 when tho season in this slate comes to an end endWilliam William A Pinkerton was a visitor at the Brigh ¬ ton Beach course today todayThomas Thomas Welsh shipped eleven horses to Saratoga immediately after the last race raceIt It C Doggett is engaged in getting together a tiig stable for winter racing in California Jimmy CaliforniaJimmy Owens for several seasons past one of our liest steeplechase jockeys will sail for France next week where he experts to secure an engagement n a trainer of jumiwrs Another "Wild Cat" Canadian Track. t ANOTHER WILD CAT CANADIAN TRACK TRACKHamilton Hamilton Out July 25 It is stated that plans are being made for an outlaw race meeting of three weeks at the James track in this city after the Hamilton Jockey Clubs fall meeting The names of those behind the plan have not l een made nubile nubileThey They tliink tliat eis there will be no racing at New Orleans this winter owners would jump at the chance of running here for small purses and the proposal is to charge fifty cents admission friends of the sport here are stronglv opposed to ihe proposal and will make every effort to block It Quebec Meeting Declared Off. QUEBEC MEETING DECLARED OFF The good people of Quebec are to be congratulated over the abrupt termination of the meeting at teniptftd to be carried on there It was an affair of outsiders butting in witli an expectation of being able to reap money because of the crowds attracted to the cltv bv the visit of the Prince of Wales The crowds were there but Intent only on viewing the pageantry on the water front and about the city The racing was a frost Quebec may become a racing point of consequence In the future lint only through the Initiative and promotion of its oivii citizens Officials Of The Saratoga Meeting. OFFICIALS OF THE SARATOGA MEETING New York July 25 At a meeting of the stew ¬ ards of the Jockey Club held Wednesday the fol ¬ lowing officers were elected for the Saratoga Associ ¬ ation ationThomas Thomas Hitchcock Jr steward to represent the Jockey Club Judges ClubJudges C McDowell and C II Pettingill starter iMars Cassidy clerk of the scales C Cornelil sen patrol judge J L Hall starting judge II U Iloman IlomanThe The following jockeys and trainers licenses were granted as recommended by the license committee Jockeys committeeJockeys John Creevy J V Gullet and C J iladdeii iladdeiiTrainers Trainers Frank Brar and Joo McClain McClainThe The application of Louis Smith for a jockey li ¬ cense was denied The application for reinstatemint of E S Engel king who had raced horses at the nnrecognizeJ meeting given under the auspices of the Jamestown Jockey Club at Norfolk Va was gnnted gnntedThere There were present at the meeting James H Keene E K Stiirgis II 11 Dnryea F U Hitch ¬ cock Andrew Miller II K Knapp and S L Par ¬ sons Encouraging Additional Nominations. ENCOURAGING ADDITIONAL NOMINATIONS Supplementary entries received to Coney Island Joekey Club stakes that closed for such entries July 15 were numerous and of excellent quality being the following followingSeptember September Stakes for threeyearolds Fair Play Priscillian King James Big Chief ChiefFlight Flight Stakes for twoyearolds and over King Cobalt Priscillian Dreamer Berry Maid Fitz Her ¬ bert Hoseben Schleswlg Kelward Sir Martin Fay ette Joe Madden Trance Nealon Charles Edward Bar None Jersey Lightning Timber Brookdale Nymph Big Chief ChiefAutumn Autumn Stakes for twoyearolds Aniqui Field Mouse Harrigan Lighthouse Strike Out High Pri ¬ vate Bon Hoinine Fitz Herbert Drum Major Me lisandc Schleswlg Edward High Hange Connanght Hanger Sinicoc Trance Hossfenton Effendi Hoff ¬ man IlaywardGreat Sea Cliff Sixty Bobbin Tom Ilayward Great Eastern Handicap for twoyearolds Am eiul Field Mouse Harrigaii Lighthouse Strike Out Mediant High Private Boiv Ilomme Fitz Herbert I Drum Major Mellsande Wedding Bells Fayette Sir Mart in Connaught Ranger Eelwarel Joe Madden Schleswig High Range chestnut filly by Ogelen Matanzi Slmcoe Trance Effendi Rossfenton Dun eraggan Hillsiele Sixty County Fair Bobbin Blaek ford chestnut filly by Persimmon Urania Tom Haywarel HaywarelFlathnsh Flathnsh Stakes for twoyearolds Amqul Har rigan Lighthouse High Private Bou Homiiie Fitz Herbert Melisanile Maskette Wedding Bells Fay ¬ ette Sir Martin Edward Joe Madden Schleswig Simcoe Trance brown lillv by Woolsthorpe Satel ¬ lite II County Fair Settled The Hampton Stable Dispute. SETTLED THE HAMPTON STABLE DISPUTE New York July 25fi Th partners in the owner ¬ ship of the Hampton steeplechase stable have agreed to disagree Jay OBrien the resident partner wanted to take the string to Canada Courtlaud II Smith the partner from Virginia wanted to remain on the big circuit circuitHe He believes the Hampton Stables horses will do better here than in Canada although they might win oftener in the north northEach Each man fenight stubbornly for Jils point and finding that they could not come to terms Mr Smith and Mr OBrien decided to divide the stable Mr OBrien suggested Hipping a coin to decide which partner was to have the choice of the division Mr Smith who is nothing if not game took him tip It tipIt was agreed that one toss would suffice to settle things and they flipped a half OBrien called heads and heaels it was That wasThat was too easy Corty he said well try it over Smith demurred TO did not want to take a mean aelvantage But OBrien Insisted and they tossed again TMs time mlth called heads and blushedYou a tail turned ORrlen blushed You see I have nothing up niy sleeve Corty he protested and that this coin is on the level It Is regular made sound and kind with a libertv head on one side ami an eagle on the other otherSmith Smith concedeel both points and sighed OBrien Insisted that they te ss again and toss they did Again OBrien was lucky Ho won a foitrth and a fifth toss and then Smith called It off offWe We agreed that this wis to bo a sprint he declared We wont stretch it into a cup race raceThe The two young men divided the stable OBrien took Palm Sandy Creeker Navajo Rocket anel Locked Out wliile Jim McGlll 1ete Dailey My Grace and two or three others fell to Smith It lias not been decided who will get Charles Douglas trainer of the Hampton Stable since Silas Veitch quit quitThe The Hampton Stable started the season with a great flourish Palm Jim McUill and Rocket won at Aqueduct in April But tliey lost form later and have ele ne little winning recently recentlyMr Mr Smith has retained in Pete Ha Hey one of tho liest hunters in the country J. B. Haggin's Sturdy Attitude.: Sage of Elmendorf Talks Bluntly About the Breeding and Racing Situation. J B HAGGINS STURDY ATTITUDE Sage of Elmendorf Talks Bluntly About the Breed ¬ ing and Racing Situation Lexington Ky July 25 I have never been in so undecided a position in all my life I really elo not know what to do with all these thoroughbreds said James B Haggin as he was making a round of inspection over his magnificent Elmendorf Farm this morning I have made up my mind that they are te be sold but when und to whom and for what thats the rub When they go they will go at a sacrifice but they cant stay here until next year and I cannot afford to raise any more under present conditions I have a hone that the next legislature in New York will undo the damnable we rk of Governor Hughes anil his cohorts but 1 do not know that it will and I cannot afford the out ¬ lay e f the vast amount of money It would take to maintain my the re nghhreel breeding Interests In their present form formAs As I said these horses must go and when they are gone it Is entirely probable 1 will never raise another thoroughbred At any rate I will never again be into it se extensively as now I expect that the land now occupied by the horses will be developed and devoted to the raising of line cattle fe r export anil to the raising of hemp Corn oats and wheat will not pay sufficiently and for a year er se yet conditions will not permit the raising of tobacco tobaccoMr Mr Haggin left the impression that all of the thoroughbreds will be off the farm before Uip end of the coming year and the sales will be niiido here and In New Yeirk though he did HQt mnkii this a positive statement statementAsked Asked concerning the rumor that he would send some of the yearlings to the English market he said The English are prejudiced against American horses and another thing they are raising about all the horses in that country that they have use for forHe He disposed of the proposition to sell in the Argen ¬ tine Republic by saying I will not send any oJ my horses to South America just now maybe not at all Argentine is a pretty country to raise and lace horses in but selling them there to Sir Spani ¬ ard is a different proposition He is about as smart as tlie next fellow and when it comes to trading lie will priceMr buy when it suits him and pay his own price Mr Haggins expressions concerning Governor Hughes left no doubt as to the manner in which lie regards New Yorks chief executive and the people wlie aided in the passage of the IlartAgnew bills billsNew New York and the remainder of the country would have been better off If Hughes had gone to hades en elsewhere a couple of years ago said the veteran turfman financier and land owner Canadian Derby Candidates Ready.: Heavy or Slow Track for the Big Contest Deemed a Certainty. CANADIAN DERBY CANDIDATES READY Heavy or Slow Track for the Big Contest Deemed a Certainty Buffalo N Y July 25 Tho prospect for a fast running of the Canadian Derby at the vastly Im ¬ proved Fort Eric course on the opening of the sum ¬ mer season Monday went glimmering today when the track was in such condition that onb the most venturesome of trainers were willing to send their charges put for even mild gallops The official en ¬ tries announced toelay show a elecieleelly smart field for the Derby and there is a strong probability that the six threeyearolds named will go to the post the only doubtful one being Keep Moving which is generally considered inferior to tin others Fred Cooks Lawrence P Daley looms up as the prob ¬ able favorite taking the post of honor from PInkola which has all along been referreel to as the most likely first choice choiceLawrence Lawrence P Daley arrived here yesterday In fine condition after having been given his final preparation at Windsor It is In the matter of preparation more than anything else that Cooks colt has the advantage of Pinkola The latter has been here for about two weeks but his trainer was able to give him real work only once and that after taking him e ver to the Kenilworth track where the superintendent had partially prepared the track fe r the trial Uncle Toby and Clell Turney are counted certain starters and the former Is likely to come in for a lilieral following from the Canadi ¬ ans who remember his victory In the Derby at Hamilton a few we eks age At best the Derby will be a slowly run race and because of the condi ¬ tion of the track the list of entries for the opening day did not reach the standard expected for the meeting meetingThe The management expects to accommodate about forty Imokmakers at the opening and with the cer ¬ tainty e f a very great patronage there is reason to believe that the Fort Erie meeting will out ¬ rank the remarkable one that ended at Windsor M'Grathiana Yearlings For Tennessee. MGRATHIANA YEARLINGS FOR TENNESSEE Lexington Ky July 25 Colonel Milton Young has just made another private sale of yearlings raised at McGratlilana stud and he says that if tlie demand will hold up as at present le will have ilisposed of all the youngsters at his farm before October 1 when lie expects to sell off all of bis horses I am not getting as goe d an average as I used to said lie but tlie prices consielerlng the conditions are satisfactory The people who are buying now are of course optimistic as to the fu ¬ ture of racing and they know that they can lmy young horses for less than their real value Hence the demand demandThis This latest sale embraces ten royally bred fillies and they were bought y S J Fletcher who has just purchased a farm near Gallatin Tenn Wliile It may be that he will have the yearlings brokum and will race some of them as twor Sarolllsi Sarolllsiaiidi aiidi threeyearolds it is understood to be the intention of Mr Fletcher to use them as the foundation lor a thoroughbred stud The list is as followsr Bay followsrBay filly halfsister to Onoto by Woolsthorpe Magnificent II IIBay Bay filly sister to Cabochon by Disguise Bon Bay filly halfsister to At Muller by Gallantry Discord DiscordBay Bay lilly halfsister to Pliaon and Lillian Fon so by Star Shoot Lillian Beatrice BeatriceBrown Brown filly sister to Minnie Adams by Cesarion Bay UretzelBay Uretzel filly sister to Lucy Young by Cesarlon Arragon ArragonBay Bay filly halfsister to John Lylo and Wild Cherry by Sempronius La Poupee PoupeeBay Bay or brown lilly by Sempronlns Tody Smith SmithChestnut Chestnut filly sister to Little Scout by Lamp ¬ lighter Little Indian IndianBay Bay filly halfsister to Miss Callam by King ¬ ston Efhelinda II Gotham Dies At Spendthrift Stud. GOTHAM DIES AT SPENDTHRIFT STUD Gotham the sixteenyearold chestnut son of Iro quols and Trade AVInd by Great Tom died a few days ago at Overtoil II Chenaults Spendthrift Stud In addition to blindness Gotham had other Infirma ties anel his death was the result of colic He was the property of John J McCafferty who bought him from Jacob Ruppert Jr as a three3earold in 1S5 and riding him himself scored several betting coups with him A recapitulation of Gothams career on the turf is tabled below Year Age Sts 1st 2d 2d Unp Won Won1S4 1S4 2 S 5 1 1 2 11185 11185ISJCi ISJCi o 20 4 0 7 l 2710 2710ism ism 4 21 t r 7 o57o 1817 5 11 0 2 2 7 385 1818 1 0 0 0 1 Totals 5 T2 T2Gothams Gothams 1 est quality was his ability to carry high weights anel under them to run faster than the average horse of his day He maele his racing debut tlie day that Dr Rice won the Brooklyn Han ¬ dicap from Henry of Navarre and Sir Walter win ¬ ning si sweepstakes and running the half mile in 4 seconds He next won the Hudson Stakes was unplaced in the Great American took the Tremont Stakes was third to Applause and Waltzer In the Autumn was beaten a head by Llssak for the Flat bush ran unplaced in the Great Eastern won a sweepstakes from Applause and wound up the year by getting the Jerome Special on the disqualification of Harry Reed the only starter against him and favorite in the betting at 1 to 3 He did not win a stake as a threeyearold but as a fouryearold won the Bronx anel Montauk Highweight Handicaps and the Seagate Stakes In the Bronx he took the measure of Hornpipe winner of the Broklyn Handi ¬ cap the previous year In that race Gotham carried 14O pemnds and ran the threeejuarters in 114 H He was not a success in the stud to which he was retired after breaking down in his only race of 1808 Cutter and Colonel Ruppert were the best perform ¬ ers of Ills get Personal Liberty League Not Formed. PERSONAL LIBERTY LEAGUE NOT FORMED Lexington Ky July 25 Kentucky will not have a Personal Liberty League After deliberating three days the committee of gentlemen appointed at the mass meeting of breeders business and professional men July IS this afternoon issued an adelrcss to the people of the state signed by Colonel E F Clay as chairman and Touett Shonse as secretary Tlie committee says We believe it is not wise or in ¬ cumbent upon ns to form now any organization which might be construed In the light of having political bearing but we earnestly appeal to all good citizens to join with us in propagating sane and wist public sentiment which will conduce to tlie happi ¬ ness and prosperity of all our people and the de ¬ struction of the rights of none llie nonellie committees address stands for the enforce ¬ ment and observance of the laws but opposes the passage of such laws as set at naught individual rights or depreciate large property values without proper justification or tend to regulate the private acts and habits which tho private individual should control An appeal is made directly to thoughtful responsible business men In this and all other states to resist the extremists at the polls and to pre ¬ vent legislationThe enactment of ruinous and radical legislation The declaration is made that the radical legis ¬ lation which has been enacted and proposed within tho past few years and which is being constantly extended makes necessary concerted action of good citizens for the purpose of selfprotection The eleclaratlon of a belief that racing properly regu ¬ lated by state racing commissions as In Kentucky and New York is a necessary adjunct to the e velopmeiit of thoroughbred and trotting horses and a showing of the depreciation of millions of elollurs worth of property through laws affecting racing Is forcibly presented to those who carry the burden of taxation Fort Erie Meeting's Skimpy Purses. FORT ERIE MEETINGS SKIMPY PURSES PURSESIndications Indications appear to be that the Fort Erie meet ¬ ing will be a good one There will certainly be no lack of horses as the stables have all been en ¬ gaged The only difficulty will be that under ex ¬ isting conditions in the west many owners of good horses will be unable to find accommodations to race at the track under its new management The only cause of complaint the horsemen have and thU would appear to be a serious one too Is that the neY a1na eent as cut down its purses to WO and 350 Of course four and five hundred dollar condition events and handicaps are sandwiched in between but the daily total of added money in these events Is considerably less than offered heretofore 011 V10 Canadian circuit With the prospect of the most liberal patronage ever before known at Fort Krie the horse people are unanimous Iu the belief tnat the purses should have been kept up to tho old standard However ns half a loaf is better than none those of the horsemen lucky enough to get stalls at the Buffalo track will race there Just the California Racing To Be Attacked. CALIFORNIA HACING TO BE ATTACKED Los Angeles Cal July 25 The next session of the legislature Will see a battle to destroy horse racing In California Already the forces opposed to and in favor of racing are organizing and every candidate for the legislature will be besieged on two sides sidesDr Dr A C Chapman head of the AntiSaloon League in Los Angeles will lead the fight on horse racing and Tom Williams the recognized political head of the racing interests in the state will direct tlin elefense Chapman says he will personally take the field and make speeches against race track bet ¬ ting He hopes to force every candidate for the legislature to go on record for or against the new law prohibiting betting on races racesWilliams Williams is now touring the state to organize the racing men and those favoring the sport He declares that racing Is In no danger because the strongest support of the sport Is coming from the business Interests who realize that with horse racing eliminated throughout the east and south hundreds of thousands of dollars will be drawn to California next season if racing is allowed to continue United States Army Buys Thoroughbreds UNITED STATES ARMY BUYS THOROUGHBREDS Lexington Ky July 25 Ir Pluuimer and Lieu ¬ tenant Elliott stationed at Fort Rlley are here buy ing thoroughbreds for the officers school of the United States Army at that point They will ship about twentyfive in tlie course of the next four or five elays Dr Plnnimer who is the veterinarian In charge at Fort Kiley says the thoroughbreds bought here last fall have proven satisfactory even beyond expectations and that fact has to do with his return for more thoroughbreds at this time Overtoil II Chenaiilt has cut his Spendthrift Stud down to thirty mares and he has only five yearlings left During the week he sold twenty mares and yearlings to John II Stewart and R L Baker who are buying up a number of the weeds to be sold off Iii tlie south and west without pedigree Mr Chenaiilt says that lie is now prepared for the war and that when fall comes it will find him a buyer instead e f a seller He says that he will bt in the market fe r ten or a dozen young mares of the lHst blexxl and that It Is his Intention to build up his stud He is optimistic as to the future of racing and believes that tlie sintrt will be reestablished on a better basis basisT T C McDowell sold during the week to John B Dillon secretary of the Latonia Jockey Club for a third party the threeyearold Galllleo The price paid was 1000 Mr McDowell also sold to John E Madden the yearling lilly by Ogden out of Pleas ¬ ant Girl she by Order out of Madrllene she ii daughter of Peg Woffington Mr Madden now has at Hamburg Place sixtyfour yearlings Page 2 Windsor Racing Statistics. WINDSOR RACING STATISTICS During tho twentyfive days of the Windsor Rac ¬ ing Associations summer meeting nt Windsor Ont which camo to si close yesterday 1GS races cloven of tlipiu steeplechases were decided and the tolal distribution in stakes and purses was 78970 This money went to 120 owners of whom the following fortyseven won 600 or more each Owners OwnersValley 1st id 3d Valley Farm Stable 4 4 2 F Cook 8 C X 1 R Wainwright M C Moore T Garson 7 W May W Shields A Brown M Nieoll It L Thomas 1 Dunlop Nugent Bros A Tnrney R K Watklns II Klippen M Welsh A Weber Bradfieldd Knpbplkamp Bradfield d T Kraus S Lazarus A L Price K A Itrciuinn C Bowman T n Madigan 15 O Stable A Ilniler T W Paugle H F Carman A B Stansbury W Gerst W Jennings A G AVeston T Murphy T M Civill I Kerncll K S Davidson W B Phillips 7 James 1 Burttschell Fairnort Stable T W Howard II W Moseley Prospect Stable O Ilondrie 1 Arthur W II Mosby C C Smithson Charlie Gilbert with 2360 to his credit heads Iho list of 224 moneyearning horses of which the following forty two won 600 or more each Horses 1st 2d 3d Charlie Gilbert Richard Reed Polly Prim Billio Ilibbs Xipango Lawrence P Daley Superstition DaleySuperstition Belmere N igger Itaby Senator Barrett Please Dan de Noyles Solon Shingle Hawksflight Cave Adsum Ceremonius St Ilario Pearl Point Tom Dolan Many Colors Maxim Gun Ilunvegan Redondo Ida D Mlnot Dixie Himmel Gladys Louise Dennis Stafford Miss Vigilant Arrowshaf t Glimmer Christmas The Thorn Patriot Woodside Waterway Reidmoore Byzantine Simcoe Arrow Swift Lizzie Flat Martin Doyle The stakes decided during the meeting were as follows followsFrontier Frontier Stakes June 27 Charlie Gilbert 1535 1535Essex Essex Handicap July 4 Richard Reed 1150 1150Pontchartrain Pontchartrain Stakes July 11 BillieHibbs 1150 1150Detroit Detroit Stakes July 18 Richard Reed 1150 1150AVindsor AVindsor Selling Stakes July 25 Superstition 1150 1150The The percentage of winning favorites was poor for the twentyfive days of racing as the following record will show showNumber Number of days 25 25Number Number of races 10S Winning 10SWinning first choices 54 54Winning Winning second choices 42 42Winning Winning outsiders 72 72Winning Winning at oddson 12 12Defeated Defeated at oddson 7 7Percentage Percentage of winning first choices 32 32V V Powers and C II Shilling scored the riding honors for the twentylive days of racing each hav ¬ ing leadingin ridden twentytwo winners the former leading in the matter of percentage The total amount of ofmoney money they won for the various owners they rode for was 8705 for Powers and 10760 for Shilling Below is a record of the jockeys riding ut the meeting meetingJockeys Jockeys Mts 1st 2d 3d Unp PO POV V Powers 57 22 7 1 1 1C C II Shilling 81 22 15 12 32 27 27Kennedy Kennedy 02 10 5 10 37 10 10J J Bergcn 70 10 13 5 42 14 14Francis Francis SO 10 S 1O r2 12 12J J W Murphy 52 72 5 38 13 13C C Koerner 37 0 8 S 15 10 10Nicol Nicol 53 12 0 2 11 11F F Burton 55 0 9 fi 35 il ilG G Burns G3 G 0 11 37 10 10W W Ott 37 5 T 2 25 14 14Moreland Moreland 42 r 4 8 25 12 12Delaby Delaby 28 4 4 5 15 14 14C C Ross 48 4 4 7 33 OS OSDeverich Deverich 55 4 r G 40 07 07Fairhrolher Fairhrolher 72 4 8 8 02 00 00K K Walsh 13 3 li O 8 23 23Whiting Whiting 33 3 1 2 27 00 00Minder Minder 40 3 5 7 31 07 1 Howard 10 2 0 1 7 20 20J J Foley 30 2 4 2 28 00 00Harty Harty 38 2 7 3 2G 05 05W W Allen G 1 0 1 4 17 17Goines Goines 51004 10 10Englander Englander 7 1 1 1 4 14 14T T Koerner 10 1 2 O 7 10 10K K Griflin 11 1 O 2 8 10 10Troxler Troxler 13 1 4 2 G 07 07Rrannon Rrannon 10 1 1 1 13 00 00T 00T T Steele IS 1 2 1 14 00 00G 00G G Swain 2 1 2 2 1ft 01 01T 01T T Rice 30 1 3 4 22 03 03McCabe 03McCabe McCabe 32 1 1 4 20 03 03The 03The The following jockeys had mounts to the number opposite their names and finished third or better but did not ride a winner winnerJockeys Jockeys Mts 1st 2d 3dUnp 3dUnpDiggins Diggins 9 0 1 0 S SHaynes Haynes 1 0 1 O 0 0II II Armstrong 7 0 0 1 0 0J J Conlin T 0 0 3 2 2Morehouso Morehouso r 0 0 1 4 4McCormick McCormick 3 0 0 1 Schwecrs 3 0 O 1 The following jockeys liail mounts to the number osite their names but were never In the themoney money moneyH H Alex S A Burton 3 Blumenthal 1 J Iakcr 13 7 Connelly 1 J Dennison 3 Dubei 1 Kcock 1 II Fisher 2 Goose 2 Goedlke 4 llatchett 7 C Henry 3 J Harris 3 A Lee 3 A Murray 3 Miilln 4 7 R McFadden 4 Mc Ardle 2 E OBrien 1 Pohanka 4 R Powell 3 Quarrington 9 Rosen 3 7 Schaller 9 7 Shea 0 A Williams 4 Walcott G J Ward 1 1S S McCIain heads the list of steeplechase jockevs The record of the steeplechase jockeys and gentle ¬ men riders is as follows followsJockeys Jockeys Mts 1st 2d 3d Unp PO POS S McCIain 8 4 2 0 2 50 50W W Allen S 3 0 2 3 37 37E E Stone 9 3 1 1 4 33 33T T Rac 5 1 1 1 2 20 20The The following steeplechase jockeys and gentlemen riders had mounts to the number opposite their names and finished third or better but did not ride a winner winnerJockeys Jockeys Mts 1st 2d 3d Unp UnpArchibald Archibald 5 0 1 3 1 1Saffcl Saffcl 5 0 1 1 Dayton 2 O 2 0 o oGrantland Grantland 4 O 3 o 1 1Kosteck Kosteck 4 0 0 1 t tH H Stone 4 0013 0013li li Wilson 3 0 0 1 2 2Tlie Tlie following steeplechase jockeys and gentlemen riders had mounts to the number opposite their names but were never in the money moneyBowser Bowser 1 Bernhardt 1 Groves 1 Hayes 1 Mr D Kerr 2 Masnada 2 G PIerc 4 Pending 4 Vogt 1 Welton 4 j jI I Luzader scored the honors among the trainers having sent nine winners to the post during the meeting The record of the trainers is as follows Austin J 3 1 Kernel P 2 2ArtUurf ArtUurf J i4i ia f j KlyKiaa y MUMIH i Rrown C 73 1 7vlubor G 1 1Brennan Brennan W r Luzader F 9 9Rellew Rellew L V 1 Lewis A 1 1Bailer Bailer A 3 Murphy T Bnrttschell W A 2 Murray B Real N K 2 Miller B F 1 1Boyle Boyle R 2 Minton R 1 1Bellow Bellow A C 2 May J W Brannon J B 1 Maione P T Burton M 1 Marklein John 1 1Brazil Brazil D 1 Moore B W 1 1Cassady Cassady R 1 Mosby W II 1 1Claxon Claxon A 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TELEGRAPHIC FORM The liorses which seem best in Mondays races arej Brighton Beach New York July 25 1 Dandy Dixon Civita O U Kid 2 Rocket Jim McGill Paprika PaprikaJ J Molesey George G Hall Colonel White J Bouquet Arasee Question Mark Markr r BoemaO Heknows Black Mary Boema O Ragman Westmore Crania II Forsland ForslandThe The Meadows Seattle Wash July 25 1 Dulcjnea Elmdale Cobleskill Novgorod Larry Mulligan Pert d Nebulosns Brook leaf Forest Rose 4 Belle ICiuney Anna May Aunt Polly Varietes Josies Jewel Monvina G Tony Faust Laura Clay F Neugent J R Jeffery Fort Erie Fort Erie Out July 25 1 Bcidoon Lady Leota Santa Elena JrDan de Noyles Pleasing Maxim Gun Colonel Faverdale Snake Mary Stoner Hill 4 Lawrence P Daley Pinkola Uncle Toby Al Mnller Miss Strome Lady Carol 0 Tom Dolan Dennis Stafford Mortiboy MortiboyT T K Lynch Stanley Fay Is A Derby Winner. STANLEY FAY IS A DERBY WINNER Seattle Wash July 25 The greatest throng in the history of local racing saw William Walkers crack colt Stanley Fay win the Seattle Derby t The Meadows today in race horse fashion The race was run and won in a manner that brought the 10000 lovers of the smort in attendance to a high pitch of excitement and the enthusiasm that greeted tho winner when invested with the lloral horseshoe provided for the victor was without parallel locally Besides being record breaking numerically the gath ¬ ering was brilliant and representative of the best citizens of this section the proportion of ladies present being particularly impressive and the occa ¬ sion was eloquent of the strong hold that racing has obtained here hereThe The Derby field was confined to the four candi ¬ dates named overnight Stanley Fay Boggs Glorio and Early Tide The bookmakers were bombarded when they posted 3 to 5 against Stanley Fay at the opening of betting and his odds were quickly forced down by successive stages to 9 to 20 Lively sup ¬ port developed for Early Tide the outsider but there was comparatively little for the other two starters The contest was decided without the sus ¬ picion of a fluke and each of the four contestants had every opportunity to do his best Glorio went right to the front after the rise of the barrier and opening a gap of several lengths in the first quarter and cut out the fast pace for nearly a mile before succumbing to Stanley Fay which had been follow ¬ ing closelyGlorio him most closely Glorio did not yield without a struggle and not until in the final furlong did he falter appreciably leaving Stanley Fay to fight it out witli Early Tide which made a game but futile challenge when Glorio tired Although gaining with every stride throughout the final sixteenth Early Tide failed to gut up bv a half length and tho 2250 first money was Stanley Fays Glorio barely outstayed Boggs for third money Favorites moneyFavorites won four races and a big crowd went home hapny Twentyseven bookmakers had all the business they were tiblo to handle handleConsiderable Considerable friction was aroused over an evident error of the judges in awarding third place to Cosset in the twoyearold race Achieve was un ¬ questionably third at the wire but was overlooked and the judges stood by their original decision although waited upon by a delegation of Ixxikmak ers to whom the error proved costly Cflrroll Reid and W J Young arrived today from Latonia with their horscs Horses In Richard Croker's Stable. HORSES IN RICHARD CROKERS STABLE STABLEThere There are sixteen horses in Richard Crokers stable at Glencairn in Sandyford County Dublin They are in charge of J Allen and are as follows followsOrby Orby ch c 4 by Ormc Rliodn B Amerendian BAmerendian LassRhodora b f 4 by Americus Saucy Lass Rhodora br f 3 by St Frusquin Rhoda B Sliove BSliove Roe b c 3 by Merman Pearl Set Coragh SetCoragh Leah b c 3 by Americus Palm Lily Republic LilyRepublic b c 3r by Americus Kings Daughter little Daughterlittle Cerasns ch c 3 by Cerasus Lisirril Lady LisirrilLady Stepaside ch f 3 by Wlldfowlcr Sunnl side sideQueen Queen of Peace b f 3 by General Peace Sa blneQueeri blneQueeriAlubama Alubama ch f 2 by Americus Rhoda B BFluffy Fluffy Rulllcs b f 2 by Desmond Keen Lugltaiila 1 f 2 by Lesterlin Georglana tLotus ch f 2 by Lord Edward II Nara NaraLevalto Levalto ch c 2 by Lavono Latona II IISt St Iester br c 2 bv Lesterlin St lima limaJWJkfy JWJkfy J J r Ci Vi y UStJiIiu St UUtla Answers To Queries. ANSWERS TO QUERIES Com municaf ions without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed nor will any answers be sent by mail C A B Chicago Priceswere as at the track trackII II A IL Hamilton Out Have no reason to doubt tho prices were correctly printed but will in ¬ vestigate and report shortly in this department departmentG G C II Detroit Mich The price against Miss Vigilant first quoted was an error of transmissioi Investigation showed that she closed at S to 5 an 3 to 5 straight and place placeF F B Lexington Ivy If there was no stlpulatio i that Deviser must start and the bet was in the in conditional form set out in your query it applicl to the other horses named namedMichael Michael II Chicago 1 Trash and Brother Jona ¬ than belong to Tally Coulter The race inquired about was a selling race in which while he could enter more than on horse he could start but one The wager was good either way 2 It is not an exact distance lint means when the horses arc well welliiHft iiHft Uy strtfvU ejtv Iijil way iiYii Records Of The Windsor Track. RECORDS OF THE WINDSOR TRACK In he course of the Windsor meeting which ter ¬ minated yesterday five new track records were made in flat racing two at stceplechasing and two pre ¬ vious flat racing records were tied Polly Prim a fine nice marc distinguished herself in setting a new seven furlongs record in 125 and a new mile mark in 13SJ Redondo attested his present good form by twice running threequarters of a mile in l12g equaling the mark set by The Belle in 1905 Aside from Polly Prims performances the new records made were at four and a half furlongs a mie and threesixteenths a mile and threeeighths and a mile and a half The track records now stand as follows Dist Horse AWt Date Time 38 Old Maid 1102 Septemner 18 1897 375 12 4SJtJerry Jerry Sharp 2 104 June 10 1900 4SJt Jerry Sharp 2 107 Juno 20 1900 48i 48ii i 12 f Ceremonius 54liArrowshaf 2 101 July 3 190S 54li Arrowshaf t 2 112 July 10 190S 541 58 Boola 2 105 September 1 190G1OOJ 5 12 f Traverser 2 84 September 10 1897100 31 The Belle 3 80 September 30 1905112 112JRedondo Redondo 5 98 July 0 190S 112J Redondo 5 103 July 11 190S 112 112C C 12 f Nel Smith 2 07 August 22 1S95120 Ear Fonso5 101 August 30 1900 120 1207S 7S Polly Prim 5 110 July 10 1908 125 7 12 f Ruthven 4 107 May 1 1 1890 1341 1 Polly Prim 5 91J July 2O 190S 1384 1384Superstition Superstition 3 87 July 25 100S 138 138Im20y Im20y Wine Press 4 100 September 7 1900 1 12 1 1ImOy ImOy Ethel Wheat3 100 Augusts 1901 1J3J Im70y 1J3JIm70y Ilandicapr 3 101 September 28 19001451 1 11C Wexford 4118 September 1 1900 140 140P P Sterling 4 107 July 9 1907 l4fij l4fijGlimmer Glimmer 4 1O2 July S 1908 140 Cave Adsnm4 112 July 25 1908 140 1 18 Ch Gilbert 4 103 June 27 190S 1 52j 1 310 Hipango 4 109 July 0 1908 200 1 14 T Porter II4 94 July ii 1899 207 207M M Wayman5 103 September 0 1900 207 1 38 St Ilario 3 105 July 10 1908 221 1 12 Missouri Lad5 104 July 4 1908 2375 1 34 Ismailian 0 103 July 13 1908 301 2 P WIlhelm3 100 August 1 1000 331 331Steeplechases Steeplechases S CseS Resartus5 137 September 11 1900327 1900327b b 2 Gait 4 125 July 13 1908 428 428Byzantine Byzantine 0 140 July 15 190S 42S 42SAbout About 1 34 miles Windsor's Meeting Most Prosperous.: New York and Latonia Troubles Helped to Success--James' Bluff Was Successful and Well Stopped. WINDSORS MEETING MOST PROSPEROUS PROSPEROUSNew New York and Latonia Troubles Helped to Success James Bluff Was Successful and Well Stopped StoppedDetroit Detroit Mich July 25 The Windsor meeting was by far the best ever held at the course The meeting began at just about the time the crusade began in New York This helped the local sport greatly as not only were many good stables at ¬ tracted here from the metropolitan circuit but betting men also forsook the unsatisfactory hide and seek methods made necessary in the wist for the practically open booking of the Northern Cir ¬ cuit Resides all this before the meeting was half over the spring racing at Latonia came to a sudden termination when L A Cella and Joseph L Rhinock concluded they could not got along without the slates up Thus many more good horses as well as turfmen of means were attracted northward northwardThe The tightness of money has l ccn felt here as elsewhere and while the speculation was exception ¬ ally good under the circumstances it was not really of the volume that one might have expected from the big crowds in daily attendance at the meeting More highclass horses were gathered at the course than ever liefore raced here and the equaling and lowering of track records was a matter of almost daily occurrence when the track was in condition for really fast running One of the most brilliant per ¬ formances of the meeting was that shown by Polly Prim when this sterling mare but recently arrived from Latonia set a new mile mark running that distance in 138 and winning handily from good op ¬ ponents As the previous track mark was 139 it can be seen that Polly Prims effort was consider ¬ ably above the average On top of that she came right back conceded big weight on a lumpy and dead track and beat good horses over the seven furlongs route in fast time considering the state of the going goingDuring During the latter part of the meeting Fred Cooks horses were just beginning to get into good racing fettle Lawrence P Daley a colt that Cook last year refused to sell for 25000 ran three or four sparkling races and it looks as though in fast going lie should be able to take the measure of any other thoroughbred in the west from now on He won an excellent race from Martin Doyle another highclass one but performed as though deep going was not to his liking as he did not seem able to extend himself freely There was some talk that Lawrence P Daley had been leased to W A Gor ¬ man of Cincinnati but that deal appears to have fallen through as the colt is still running in Cooks name and colors colorsFor For a time Detroit was threatened with the half mile track nuisance Joseph James a former Can ¬ adian poolroom operator who owned i plot of twelve acres of land adjoining the Windsor property set about constructing a queerly designed merrygo round The land is In the shape of a triangle and the main track necessarily had to be kiteshaped with the turn so narrow at the apex that it would have been utterly impossible for horses to have raced around it even at half speed Besides that the land has a rocky formation and when ploughed up the track was so full of stones and pebbles that no owner having a halfway good horse would have raced over it However James pushed his construc ¬ tion forward so rapidly having a big force of men at work and made his announcements with such posi tiveness that there wa a general local feeling the thing might be some soft of a go A week before the meeting ended the Windsor Association put at rest all anticipations of an allsummer nightmare here similar to that at New Orleans through the theEurchase Eurchase of the property The acquisition of this Hid will give the Windsor people the opportunity to affect many needed improvements among them improved street railway terminal facilities the build ¬ ing of a clubhouse of additional stables and the construction of a seven furlongs chute which will permit the runners to travel that distance at future meetings over only one turn The price James got was 12000 about 350 per acre over its market price nowadays nowadaysNo No announcement has yet been made as to future Windsor plans Some of the horsemen assume to believe than another meeting may be given follow ¬ ing the Fort Brie meeting and conflicting in part at least with the Montreal meeting Enough horses are now OH the Canadian circuit to make two meetings at such widely different points as Wind ¬ sor and Montreal profitable even If run on conflict ¬ ing dates But what may be done in this respect will probably only be determined by future developments developmentsS S B Weems How Du Bois Sold Brother Thomas For $90. HOW DU BOIS SOLD BROTHER THOMAS FOR 90 Now York July 25 William Du Bois has had a load lifted from his shoulders The load is Brother Thomas a bay colt by Marins May II for which John W Gates paid 10500 two short son sons ago Du Bois was at Frank Taylors stablf on the Brooklyn boulevard Thursday morning look Ing over his crack fouryearold Charles Edward when J A Stanton came In Stanton had previously intimated that ho might buv Brother Thomas for racing on the Canadian anil western circuits When he entered the stable Du Bois guessed his errand errandWhat What will you take for that horse this morn ing Stanton asked askedDu Du Bois eyed him a moment and said Mve Mvestanton stanton grinned doprccatingly Du Bois under stood the grin and snapped out Well what will NlnVty answered Stanton sentontiously M Ilaveyou got the ninety asked Du Bois Right here said Stanton producing a sir roll of bills Take the horse said Du WA Bois briskly I havent a halter objected Stanton but I will pay you for Brother Thomas now and send a boy around later laterNo No said Du Bois I am going to give you a nice new halter and you take this mutt away imme ¬ diately It gives me sore eyes to look at him himSuiting Suiting the action to tho word Du Bois prodiicoil a nice new halter that had cost Frank Taylor 250 and ordered the stable boy to lead Brother Thomas ThomasStanton Stanton stopped to chat a while before taking his departure He said that he intended to take Bro ¬ ther Thomas to Quebec and after the meeting there to other Canadian tracks The game was easy in tho north he suggested When he had the horse good and ready he intimated that he might want Du Bois to put a bet down downNot Not inc declared Du Bois with emphasis I never want to hear of the horse again He has cost me 22000 already We thought we had a world beater lu him last season He did something at Brighton I never expected to see a horse do namely work fiveeighths of a mile in bettor than a minute I hate to think of that work It makes mo ill Brother Thomas is all ymirs You get him on edge and win all tho money in the world with him Ill worry along with Charles Edward and Nealon and Don Enrique Don Enrique will give me trouble enough I gnoss Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF Report has It that Arthur Redfern is contemplat ¬ ing a trip to England and a return to tho saddle there thereRare Rare China a twoyearold bay filly by Royal Flush III out of Porcelain owned by E Farrar died a few days ago at Butte Mont MontTom Tom McGrath was lame to almost the point of i breakdown after bis last race at Brighton PcsicU last Thursday and Is to have a long rest restThe The But to officials have suspended the mare 711 Ictt indefinitely for inandout performances and ruled off jockey Coloman for offensive and fraudulent touting 7 L McGinnis has engaged George Wicks to train his stable Wicks takes the place of J I Smith who handled the horses successfully for the past few seasons seasonsMilton Milton Youngs Woolwindor in tho string of trainer Will Lewis at the Lexington track lias catarrhal fever and the chances are said to be against his recovery recoveryBarnev Barnev Schreibcr is booking at Quebec but that wasnt what ho went to lower Canada for The master of Woodlands is now a horse trader and none of the carload of horses he took to Quebec will ever return returnHerman Herman Brandt has bought from John B Madden the Hudson Stakes winner Lawton Wiggins He paid 2500 for the colt The purchase money was part of the 18000 Sam Hildretli paid Brandt for the colt Fitz Herliert HerliertHappy Happy Ivate the speedy hut erratic full sister to Halifax and Handzarra is in training at Lee Smithas farm He Is trying to break her of her crazlness All of the others of the Smitha string with the exception of three are turned out outGeorge George Odom has decided not to buy the twoyear old colt High Range from John B Madden after nil Odom partly agreed to take the youngster for 2400 but after lie had looked him over ho came to the conclusion Jhat the colt did not suit him himThe The official announcement that the San Francisco racing season is to open November 7 was induced by a persistently circulated rumor to the effect that the Califprnia Jockey Club had determined to open its racing season of 19089 about September 15 This it was alleged was because of the unsettled state of eastern racing racingJohn John Hodegup ha taken up the twoyear old brother to Darkuight and is training him for W J Young He is regarded as a good prospect by the workwatchers at the local track Jim Myers until a few days ago a member of the Rodegap string has been turned out at the farm of AVoodford Bros his owners in Bourbon County CountyEight Eight of the Herman B Duryea yearlings reacfl Sheepshead Bay a few days ago They will TTe broken there and fitted for the racing of next sea sou The Duryea horses intended for racing at Sar ¬ atoga got away yesterday It was a considerable shipment though several will lie left at Sheepshead Bay and rested during tho session at the Springs Those that were not sent to Saratoga are Whirligig Donation Thrums Cliaseaway Sudden Start Ilim yah and Monologue Seattle Entries. SEATTLE ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track fast fastRacing Racing starts at 2 p in Chicago time 4 p in inXRuns XRuns well in mud Superior mud runner runnerFirst First Race 34 Mile Mile4ycarolds 4ycarolds and upward Selling SellingTrack Track record July 21 1905 112 1 109 109lud lud Horse Roc A W4 Ildcp 76099 = Blmdale 113 4 101 725 75183 Cobleskill t13 4 101 721 72175S753 75S753 Magrane 113J 7 10 x 715 70160 = Adela R 1141 4 105 715 70103 Celeres 110 C104X715 76004 Nonie 113 9105X71O 70124 Escamado 114 0 107 x 710 70184 Dulcinea 113J 4105 x71O x71O70144s 70144s Beautiful and Rest 113 S10I x710 7000 1 Alice Gary 1 14 J S 105 x 705 7018 Excitement 114 5 101 705 75914 Bertie A 114 4105X700 4105X700Second Second Race 58 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Selling Track record August 1 1900 591 397 70141 Alinnie Bright 107 X7 X77G15t 7G15t Novgorod 101 107 7 701232 Miss Worth 101 j 107 7 70141 Hazlet 103 11OX7 70159 Miss Naomi 107 7 77G065 7G065 Lady Quality l02i 107 7 70123 Larry Mulligan 102 HO X7 70159 Calera 107 7 70123 Marion Delorme 107 7 7Pert Pert br f by I eonid Insolence 107 107Third Third Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Selling SellingTrack Track record August 2 1900 1381 11 90 70103 Forest Rose 141 85 7 770101s 70101s Nebiilosus 98 7 75931 Brookleaf 142 11 x7 70112 Humero 142 107x7 7 HOG Dally 111 1O57 70183 Walter Miller 11O7 11O773S94 73S94 Litholin 100 7 75120 Miss Mazzotii 1 43 105 x 7 77G1G3 7G1G3 Astoria Belle 100 xT xTFourth Fourth Raco 34 Mile Mile4yearolds SellingTrack 4yearolds and upward Selling Track record July 21 1900 112 1 109 70121 BELLE KINNEY 113 01O X725 70122 Anna May 113 4 4KK 4KK7G18I3 105 X720 7G18I3 1075858s Don Domo 112J 7 10 107 x7n 97COIO 75858s Aunt Polly 113 liji lo 9 99 715 7COIO Taylor George 112 010 X715 71068 5K7iK Nonie Lucille 1131 5 5K 105 710 7iK elina 112 j 4 410 105 x710 x710l13t 70124 Dick Wilson l13t 5 51H 110 x705 75974 Al Lindlcy 1131 4 10 1075954s 107 x7T 75954s 01K74223s Confessor 113J 01K 74223s Too Beach 114 4 10 7002S El Chihuahua 113 9101X7 Fifth Race 1 116 Miles Miles4yearolds SellingTrack 4yearolds and upward Selling Track record August 14 1907 1443 1 1081 70120 Monvina 147 4 103 725 7257018S 7018S Varietes 1471 0 102 x 720 70143 Cholk Hedrick 115 C 107 x 715 70120 Jack Adams 14Git 71O7 x 715 70100 Eckersall 117 011O x 710 70102 Liberto 71O7 710 70101 Stoney Lee 147 4 105 x 710 710T T 1433 Standover 147 5 107 x 70 01 S Josie S 1 4S 4 102 7 5954 Colonel Warwick 410S 700 7007G18S 7G18S Josies Jewel 5 105 x 700 70101 Queen Alamo 149 5105 x700 x700Sixth Sixth Race 5 12 Furlongs 3yearolds Furlongs3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesTraqk Traqk record July 20 1907 100 1 102 73481 Tony Faust 1OS 4114X750 4114X75075992s 75992s All Alone 107 3 92 745 74570101s 70101s Laura Clay 10 3 90X740 90X74075JS54 75JS54 St Francis 100 5 114 74 7470O50 70O50 Von Tromi 11X5 0114X735 0114X73570050s 70050s F Neugent 107 4111X735 51038 Marie Esher 4 91 720 720The The figures under Ilee In above entries show the best time made by the horse at the distance since January 1 1900 This tiine is not necessarily made by a winner It may b the estimated tlU Page 3 Windsor Form Chart. WINDSOR FORM CHART SATURDAY JULY 25 1908 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK FAST Racing starts at 245 p in W indicates whip S spurs B blinkers Figures In parentheses following the distance of each race indicate index number track record age of horse and weight carried carriedrf rf I P7 l FIRST RACE 78 Mile 57S30 l2Gi 1 103 400 added 3yearolds Selling O JL I JL Net value to winner 355 Ind Horses AWtPPSt Str Fin Jockeys Oxvners O H O P S 7C13S NIGHT MIST W 107 70154 FIELDER vn 107 1077G091BLUE 34345 25 7G091BLUE LEE WB 112 1127C044 2 31 3J 65 12 7C044 LOIS CAVANAGII HVSB 10S 10S7G154 6 9 9 2 1 1ro 7G154 KING FOLLY WSB 107 ro 100 100 20 10 75315 FRANK LALOR W 107 20 40 40 12 5 76152 K1NGSESSINC WSB 109 50 100 100 20 10 12SWinner Disqualified for foul Time 24jU 4Si 114 = 12S MillerWent Winner Ch f by Knight of Ellerslie Quagmire trained by E F Miller Went to post at 244 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second and third driving Night Mist set a fast pace from the start and had the race won after going a half Fielder sharply interfered with soon after the start ran gamely and xvould have been much closer up with a clear course Blue Lee out sharply across from an outside position soon after the start showed speed but tired In the stretch and barely lasted long enough for third place and was disqualified for fouling Lois Cavanagh was gaining fust at the end The others were alxvays outpaced The winner was entered for 400 no bid Scratched bidScratched 7G155 Listerine 107 7G152 Croydon 1O1 7G110 Proclivity 107 7G038 Guarda 102 Overweights 102Overweights Lois Cavanagli 1 pound Kingsessing 2 r7 T P7 O SECOND RACE 78 Mile 57830 l2Ci 1 103 Purse 100 3yearolds Selling t O JL I A Net value to winner 310 Ind Horses AWtPPSt 51 Str Fin Jockeys O H C P 7C13SSKNATOR BARRTT WB112 4 3 2 1U 1 Il J 1 17C0003K1NG 1 I2 V Powers G 1 Kraus 3331 12 7C0003K1NG AVONDALE WSB 107 C 6 5 4 2l h v 2 27013S j3 j Bergen J Bean 21 3 3 1 12 7013S MISS DELANEY WB 102 3 2 41 3i 42 3 37G110HOLLOV i 31 Kennedy R E Watkins 31 4 3 65 12 7G110HOLLOV W 117 2 1 H 21 3 3l 4 47J9JC 4U c II ShirgT P Hayes 56621 7J9JC LEXINGTON LADY vis 102 8 9 9 S2 S2 5 51 51 Whiting M Nicoll 20 30 30 10 5 76091 DUNVEGAN W 101 1 7 71 71 7nk G GU c Francis 1 Kerncll 15 20 20 S 4 RAGGIO V 109 9 5 31 52 5J 7k 71 T Rice E W Moore 30 HO 50 20 1 76115GILVEDISAR TYB 112 7 4 S1 9 9 9 S Nicol A D Steele 8 10 10 3 32 I 75927 LITTLE MINNIE W 102 5 S G JS1 S2 9 peverjch W M Carroll 30 00 50 15 S SWinner Winner Ch e by Ogden Bremen trained by W A MeKimiey Went MeKimieyWent to post at 307 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second and third driving Senator Barrett was restrained for a quarter then was sent into the lead and won easing up King Avondale ran a good race and made a game effort in the stretch but was not good enough Miss Delsinev ran well and was In close quarters most of the trip Hollow tired after going a half Lexington Lady came fast in the MiHeli Gilvedear ran a bad race The winner was entered for 100 no bid nrO rrO THIRD RACE 1 4 O JL 4 O upxvard Han Handicap Net value to winner 450 lud Horses AWtPPSt U A i Str Fin Jockeys Oxvners O II C P S 761133CAVE ADSUM w 4 112 7 3 32 32 32 2 1J C II ShilgW Jennings 4662 710 7COi MINNIE ADAMS W 710W 5 111 2 1 I2 I I 2r Nicol F Cook 4 4J 3J 65 12 7tX llREIDMOORE ws 5 110 3 2 4i 4 4 3 3 Moreland W Shields C C 4 65 12 12WB I759S3MONSIGNOR WB 4 113 17 G G3 53 4 41 V Powers P II Jones 65 85 32 35 out 761 13 ST JEANNE WB outWB 4 90 5 5 2 2l 2b f 54 Deverich C Melster Jr 30 30 30 S 3 3W 7C041 BLACKSHEEP W 3 ti 4 4 5i C 62 G C Ross L Blunie SO 30 15 C 2 7GOM5 CHARIVARI TVs 4 bT 10Time 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 J Bergen A Laurie 100 200 CO 20 10 Time 24 47 113 140 1451 Winner 1451Winner Br c by Compute Mabel I by St Blaise trained bv W Jennings Jr Went JrWent to post at 32 At post 8 minutes Start good Won driving second and third the same ave Adsuin followed Minnie Adams closely aud finishing gnmelv through the stretch came away In the last sixteenth Minnie Adams away fast showed much speed in pacemaking but tired in the last furlong JeldiiKxjre ran well mill had no mishaps Monsignor away slowly and forced to g wide was badlv out ¬ paced and had scant chance St Jeanne ran well to the stretch aud tired The others were never proml promlbverweiguts bverweiguts Minnie Adams 1 pound Blacksheep 31 F7 t 17 A FOURTH RACE 1 Mile 7COOO 13SJ 5 91 Windsor Selling Stakes Valnd 4 O JL I t 1500 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 1150 Ind Horses AWtPPSt Str Fin Jockeys Owners 76113 SUPERSTITION W 3 7 4 3 I2 I2 I1 I2 I1 Doverich A L Price 10 12 S 2 3o 3o7fi0603CHARLIE 7fi0603CHARLIE GILBERT w 4 10S 3 5 3h 33 2 21 2 1 C H ShilgValleyFarmSblo 35 71012 out 70155 = QUAGGA W 4 9 2 1 2s 2 k 3 3s 3 Kennedy E M Arthur 7 12 D 2 35 76113 SERVILE w 3 S9 5 4 5 5 5 43 4 J Bergen W Shields S 6 5 1 oufl 76063 GRANADA W 5 106 1 2 41 42 I1 5 5 V Poxvers John Marklein S 15 lo 41 41Time 13SJWinner Time 24 48 l12i 13SJ BealWent Winner B g by Aldiue Evangeliue Cisneros trained by N 1C Beal Went to post at 401 At post 1 minute Start good Won handily second and third driving Super ¬ stition ran into the lead at once and setting a fast pace throughout had the race safely won after going a half Charlie Gilbert began slowly but gained steadily and might have won but for swerving badly la the stretch Quagga ran fairly well and was a close contender for threequarters Servile ran his race Granada tired badlv In the last half The winner was entered for 1000 no bid FIFTH RACE 5 12 Furlongs September 10 1807 1001 2 84 Purse 400 76175 2yenrolds Allowances Net value to winner 310 Ind Horses Str Fin Jockeys Owners 7G1142BALBEIC WB 112 S 4 I1 I1 I1 I4 Nicol W II Mosby 35 45 45 13 out 7C004 out7C004 SISTER JENNIE W 101 G S 71 4 42 2l J Bergen W Gerst 30 50 GO 20 7 75539 SPANGLED BANNER W 109 4 C 3 J 25 2l 3 J Foley D Hill 12 I I734922HIGH 734922HIGH ORMONDE W 107 3 1 2J 3 3l 4 T Rice I H Miller 12 76157 ABANDON w 101 5 62 71 72 5h C Ross R E Watkins 20 7C090 JIM PARKINSON ws 104 27 52 Cnk Sh 62 Whiting W Shiclils 12 20 12 4 85 76090 ST COTTON W 104 72 42 ol 6U 72 C H ShilgM A Neff 15 25 25 8 3 37r 7r SSS JIM FITJ5 WB 107 99 8s 8 815 S15 Kennedy C Pangritz 12 20 20 8 2 27COS7 7COS7 ADMONITOR W 109 1 3 9999V Powers L Jones 2J 3 11512 out l08gWinner Time outTime 232 475 100 l08g Winner MosbyWent Br c by Handsome San Andres trained by W II Mosby Went to post at 424 At post C minutes Start Rood Won easily second and third driving Balbeb was away forwardly and quickly taking the lead won all the way as his rider pleased Sister Jennie ran a good race under poor riding and finished fast Spangled Banner showed early speed but tired and just lasted Ion enough High Ormonde ran well but was tiring at the end Abandon finished fast and would have been third in a few more strides Admonitor ran away threequarters of a mile at top speed speedScratched Scratched 7C059 Hawkwlng 109 70135 Luxor 104 rj n 3 SIXTH RACE 1 Mile 7COCO 138 5 91 400 added 4yearolds and upward I O JL 4 O Selling Net value to winner 385 Ind Horses AWtPPSt Str Fin Jockeys O H C P S 76043BELMERE wit 5 109 5 4 41 41 1J I1 I1 V Powers C Bowman 7GOG12TOPSY ROBINSON W 5 107 10 7 3 3ti 31 22 2l C Ross H Oots 4 45 4i 3 7G1152TRUE BOY WB 5 107 4 9 61 5 4J 3 34 T Rice J W McKee 12 15 15 5 21 7C139 BEAU BRUMMEL wu 4 97 3 2 2J Ink 2 42 43 Kennedy John Marklein 10 10 C 2 1 75442 CRAFTY WB 4 103 2 3 52 C3 52 52 52 G Swain S Lazarus 20 30 30 10 5 7r 967 MILLSTONE w 4 102 a 10 10 10 93 6 65 Pohanka Mrs R I Miller CO CO CO 20 10 7C001IDA RECK wn 4 100 1 1 lk 2l GJ 72 7k J Bergen Prospect Stable C 8 8 3 75 7COT8COMIC 757COT8COMIC OPERA WSB C 109 8 5 9i 81 8l S2 81 J Foley G Kluber 20 25 25 8 4 7C136SPUNKY w 4 102 78 71 7 71 92 9 J R McFn J R Isibister 30 40 40 157 7011G3BERTHA 1577011G3BERTHA E WB 5 101 11 C S 95 102 10 10 ° C H ShilgJ Phillips 4 7 7 2J 75 7C13 757C13 FUNICULA1RE WB C 109 C 85Time 11 11 11 11 11 11 Moreland P M Civill 10 10 S 3 85 l40gWinner Time 23 481 114 l40g Winner McKluneyWent B g by OgdenrNahma trained by J McKluney Went to post at 451 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second and third the same Eelmere escaped Interference followed the leaders closely for the first halt and standing the final drive gamely outstayed Topsy Robinson at the end Topsy Robinson ran a good race and was prominent all the way True Boy finished with a rush Beau Brunimel showed speed but tired Crafty was poorly ridden Millstone came with a rush in the last quarter Bertha E ran a poor race Ida Reck quit The winner was entered for 400 no bid bidScratched Scratched 7C092 = Charlatan 107 7C15GAlencon 104 700SGMinot 102 7C002 Golf Ball 103 Overweights 103Overweights Crafty 1 pound Bertha E 2 Funiculaire 5 JT r T7 SEVENTH RACE 1 18 Miles 75033 152 1 103 Purse 400 3yearolds and 4 O L 4 I upward Selling Net value to winner 310 Ind Horses AWtPPSt St 4 Str Fin Jockeys O H C P 7C139ZIPANGO w 4 110 1 3 51 41 4 2 I1 Ink c H ShilgA Weber 31 3 3 65 35 761393LADY 35761393LADY ESTHER W 5 106 3 1 2J 2 3ii 3h 3 ° k 2J V Powers P H Jones 2A 3 3 65 12 7C139 127C139 SOLON SHINGLEws 7 109 2 4 33 3 = 2 44 2 3l Moreland A B Stansbury S 12 5 2 1 76003 T SHAUGHRN WB 3 97 4 5 73 7s 7 ° C4 4J C Ross Mrs M L BrittonlO 10 3 32 7C139STHE 327C139STHE THORN w 3 92 7 2 1 I1 I1 li 41 5i Kennedy J Arthur 2i 3 2S 91025 7C155 910257C155 IMBODEN WB 7 100 5 C C2 61 C2 51 C1 CJ J Bergen M Ochsner 15 15 15 C 2 7G044HOLSCHER WB 5 111 C S 8 S S 7 72 74 Nicol W Shields 8 S 8 2t 65 7C115 657C115 OROONOKA WB 3 SC 8 7 4 G2 Jft 8 S Whiting Nugent Bros CO 60 CO 20 S SWinner Winner WardWent B c by Admonition Miss C trained by byV byS V S Ward Went to post at 518 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second and third the same ZInango was restrained for the first threequarters then moved up fast when called on and outstayed Lady Esther in the final drive Lady Esther was much used In the early running but finished well and gaining Solon Shingle ran a good game race The Shaugliraun came with a rush in the last quarterl The Thorn tired in the last quarter Imbodeii taken wide throughout ran a good race Holscher was badly outpaced The winner was entered for 800 no bid bidScratched Scratched 70155 Doubt 103 7G044 Irytanla 100 100Overweights Overweights Lady Esther 1 pound The Thorn 1 Holscher 1 New York Form Chart. NEW YORK FORM CHART BRIGHTON BEACH SATURDAY JULY 25 1908 WEATHER CLOUDY TRACK SLOPPY Seventeenth dav Brighton Beach Racing Association Midsummer Meeting of 20 days Presiding Judge Clarence McDowell Starter Mars Cassidy Raciug Secretary John Bodcn Racing starts at 230 p m Chicago time 130 p m W indicates whip S spurs B blinkers Fig ¬ ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate index number track record age of horse and weight carried T7 T t FIRST RACE 34 Mile 70004 Irllj 1 108 000 added 3yearolds and up 4 O JL O O ward Handicap Net value to winner 535 Ind Horses AWtPPSt Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P S 910out7C131 7 051 EXPLOSION wn 3 95 1 2 2 2s I2 I3 Sweet NewcastleStable 1 1 910out 7C131 TOM MGRATII WB 5 110 3 1 1J I1 2l ° 212 W Miller M Kraus 85 85 C5 out out71S473NUMBER 71S473NUMBER ONE w 3 95 2 3 333 3 McCahey C Oxx 7 3 S 1 out outTime 113Winner Time 125 24J 30 4Si 113 Winner WelshWent Br f by Tarporley StrikcaLigbt II trained by T Welsh Went to post at 230 At post 1 minute Start good Won easily second driving Explosion confi ¬ dently reserved in close pursuit of the pacemaker in the early running passed him as If he was standing still on the stretch turn winning off and pulling up Tom McGratli outbroke the others for a half mile then startScratched gave way qnicklv Nuinlwr One not ready was badly outpaced from the start Scratched iGlOO Charles Edward 122 70131 Altuda lG 7 051 Nealon 115 7 322Nimbus 110 75G43 Sugar Pine SS 75C433Bad News 10S 7010G Cohort 100 740C2llalket 110 7G010 Balbus SO 7G1473 Comedienne 103 700SO Miramar 92 92Overweights Overweights Explosion 2 pounds SECOND RACE About 2 Miles Steeplechase 70318 354 7 140 500 added 76166 4yearolds and upward Handicap Net value to winner 450 Ind Horses AWtPPSt 4 7 11 14 Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P S 7G055JIMMY LANE w 8 153 2 1 I2 I2 1 2 I12 lls I10 McKmy G R Tompkins 45 1 45 out 7C03C2ECONOMY Ws 4 145 333 3 2 23 ° 230 2 ° McAfee J W Colt 65 651110out VG108 ORO w 6 130 1 2 210 28 3 3 3 3 Reeder Mrs J Bluto 8 10 8 1 out outTime Time 4OGs 4OGsWinner Winner Ch g by His Grace Anna Page trained by H Price PriceWent Went to post at 252 At post 1 minute Start good Won easily second the same Jimmy Lane in ¬ dulged Oro with the lead for a half mile then drexv out and lield sxvay to the end unextended Ecouomy after trailing for a mile and a half closed up well at the end Oro showed speed for the first mile then thenScratched Scratched 7G0172Waterspeed 142 7G1322Prince of Pilsen 140 7C03GDelcanta 154 7C132 Pirate 76167 THIRD RACE 5 12 Furlongs 57780 106 2 109 000 added 2yearolds Allowances Net value to winner 520 lud Horses AWtPPSt 4 V Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P 7G01SRUBIA GRANDA V 107 3 2 27C133STAR lij 11 h lit w Miller T II Williams 4761 13 7C133STAR THISTLE IVB 114 1 3 376104ROYAL s 33 34 2 J Lee H C Doggett 6 7 G 7525 76104ROYAL CAPTIVE WB 111 6 1 175C90 21 21 2 33 Notter NewcastleStable 20 12 13 16 out 75C90 TRAVELLER WB 102 2 5 4 4 41 4s Gilbert W Clay 20 30 30 6 2 70104 GUS HELM W 102 5 4 47C052 5 5l 5 52 5 Lang J L McGinnis 10 12 10 3 1 7C052 FONT WB 111 4 C 6666 Sumter J II McCormick 78675 25 25Time 108Winner Time 11 23i 35 485 1013 108 RoxveliWent Winner B f by Greenan The Great Ruby trained by II E Roxveli Went to post at 323 At ost 1 minute Start good Won handily second and third driving Rubia Cranda decisively outbroke outpaced and outstayed her opposition under an alert and vigorous ride is in rare form and was served by the going Star Thistle ran In forward and persistent pursuit on the Inside and was a very game second Royal Captive prominent throughout could never quite get up and was carried wide on the stretch turn and handicapped by the going Traveller well up from the start was a close outpacedScratched up and fast going fourth The other two were hopelessly outpaced Scratched 70129 Etherial 111 T v T 1 Q Ii OUKTn IACE 1 14 Miles 47725 2G2J 3 104 1500 added 3yearolds and 4 O JL O O uward Handicap Net value to winner 1300 Jnd Horses AWtPPSt St Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P ILL 1VB 4 120 1 1 3 3 iu I2 li li Notter J L McGinnis 71045 710out 70035B1G CHIEF w 3 121 3 3 21 2 3 23 23 2 ° W Miller T H Williams 651310G5 out 76149 DARKLE w 6 90 2 2 I2 I2 2 J 3 3 3 Sumter J J Moran 20 30 20 2 out 2075Winner Time outTime 25 371 50J 103J 11C 12SH 141 2075 Winner WicksWent Ch c by Collar Ravello II trained by G Wicks Went to post at 348 At post 1 minute Start good AVon handily second driving Frank GUI trailed in reserve for half the journey then was sent along with a rush In the last half established a long winning lead and held sway to the end Big Chief was choked while waiting on the slow early pace and bia rider was caught napping when Frank Gill stole a long lead and he could never quite got up DArkle was indulged with the lead for live furlongs and dropped out with the accelerated pace but ran a good race raceScratched Scratched 7G149Far West 112 7C033 Brother Jonathan 107 7G1052Black Oak 103 7C107 Old Honesty 108 108Overweights Overweights DArkle 2 pounds 76169 TH RACE 1 14 Miles 47725 2022 3 104 500 added 3yearolds and up ¬ ward Selling Net value to winner 480 Ind Horses AWtPPSt St V Str Fin Jocke Jockeys Oxxners O H C P S 7C083 CAIRNGORM WB C 116 5 1 23 2 23 2 = 23 13t Notter A J Joyner 760S5 COL WHITE WB 6 101 3 4 I 1 1 I2 1i 2 Sweet H E Rowell 7E997 MONTAUK MONTAUK7COSr3BEAUCLERE ttn 3 104 4 3 31 31 42 3 3 3 McCahey P J Dwyer 7COSr3BEAUCLERE 7COSr3BEAUCLERE7C10721MPORT WB 4 103 2 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 Gilbert T W Coulter 50465 25 7C10721MPORT 257C10721MPORT WB 3 102 1 2 41 4 3J 4 = 42 5 Garner F W Healey 687243 2072Winner Time 687243Time 24 3Gj 40 101 114 J l28i 1414 2072 Winner McCormickWent B h by Star Ruby Linda Vista trained by J II McCormick Went to post at 410 At post 1 minute Start good Won driving second and third the same Cairngorm was reserved patiently within striking distance pursuit of the Hying leader and wore him down nt the end Colonel White threatened to spreadeagle the others for the lirst mile but tired in the last quarter Montnuk ran fairly close up in third place and finished well Beauclere Avas hopelessly outpaced all the way Import was prominent for a mile and quit badly The winner entered for 1000 was bid up to 1700 and bought by J L McGinnis McGinnisScratched Scratched 7GOS5Moiesey OS 7G1513Obert S 7GOS5 Golconda 05 7617O SIXTH RACE 58 Mile 2C034 oJJ 2 01 500 added 2yearolds Selling Net value to winner 550 Ind Horses 5i Str Fin Jockeys Owners 0 H C P S 761333BILLY BODEMER W 107 1 1 1w li 11 1J It J Lee W Gerst 7C05CARONDACK w 101 7 2 2AV 41 44 3U 2H H Smith MrsJMcLaughlin 56465 12 76100 = DR PILLOW AV 107 10 4 4XV 3ii 123ii 2ii 41 31 Musgrve W R Grillln 2J 5 4 75 12 76014 BANBURY XV 107 S 6 6W 5J 125J 5J 5J 4i ilcCahey L O Appleby 10 15 10 4 2 7 109 VON LAER W 107 5 9 9W S 7 CJ CJ Brussel GrosvenorFmSta 10 12 10 4 2 75566 PROSPER W 99 14 5 5IV 2h 3 2 G1 Sweet E AV Heffner 57621 7C084 MERISE IV 89 3 8 99 9 71 Yorke W C Daly 15 20 15 5 2J 7COS13AL1CE MACK XV 99 6 3 6 S S S1 Upton P J Colahan 8 10 10 4 2 7G1332BONNIE KELSO W 107 2 7 7 C 7 9 R McDanIKelso Stable 3 4 32 1 21 760S2 DONZELLA TV 104 11 10 10 10 10 10 Lang J Mulligan 10 20 20 S 4 75S39 AUNT KATE w 109 13 12 11 11 11 11 Rowan W Lakeland 20 30 30 10 5 DRESS GOODS xv 104 4 13 12 12 12 12 Sumter G Cornnell 20 30 30 10 5 COVERT1NA D XV 99 9 11 13 13 13 13 Jensen C Dioguardi 20 30 30 10 G 7COS4 QUEEN ELEANOR IV 101 12 14 14 14 14 14 Garner W F Schulte 15 30 20 S 4 103Winner Time 125 24H 301 4 A 103 Winner BluteWent B c by Sorcerer Emnia Louise trained by J Blute Went to post at 443 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second and third the same Billy Bodemer from a Hying start was always under pressure but maintained a small lead throughout and was lucky Arondack repeatedly shunled back and pulling up just failed to get up in a sensational stretch sprint and was best Dr Pillow ran in forward pursuit throughout and was pocketed and messed about but finished fast Banbury was closing up steadily in the last half Von Laer away badly had a very rougb journey and closed a big gap Prosper failed to stay iifter showing suiierior early speed Bon ¬ nie Kelso bidScratched got away poorly The winner was entered for 500 no bid Scratched 70133 Garland 19 19Overweights Overweights Arondack 2 pounds Bonnie Kelso 3 Aunt Kate 5 Seattle Form Chart. SEATTLE FORM CHART Seattle Wash July 25 Thirtyfirst day of the King County Fair Associations summer meeting of seventytliree days Weather clear track good goodPresiding Presiding Judge E C Hopper Starter Rich ¬ ard Dxvyer Racing Secretary Martin Nathanson Twentyseven books on 76183 First Race 34 Mile Track record July 21 1900 112 4 109 3yearolds and upward Selling upwardSelling Ind Horse WtStStrFin Jockey Op Cl Cl7C0993Cobleskill Cl7C0993Cobleskill 7C0993Cobleskill 102 3 1i I1 Lycurgus 651310 7G1KJ Our Anna 100 4 21 2J A Harris 6 8 76069 Haber 102 7 3 = 3U A Walsh 8 25 257G140 257G140 7G140 Othmar 93 1 SJ 4H Page 30 40 407G140 7G140 Rose Cherry 104 8 4 52 Mentry 20 20 74539 Nappa 110 5 0 6 Rettig 3 135 1357GOC9 7GOC9 Walter Miller 90 10 7 7 Slesinger 20 25 76027 Christmastide 100 6 S 8 A Morgan 40 00 7C1402Maud McG 100 2 9 9 W Kelly 10 S 749233Dr McCluer 109 9 10 10 Scoville 40 CO COCobleskill Cobleskill place 12 show 14 Our Anna place 3 show 75 Haber place 10 show 5 Nappa place 1 show 12 12Time Time 1145 1145Winner Winner Wilson Covens ch g 4 by Isldor Roxaue RoxaueWent Went to post at 210 At post 1 minute Start good Won driving second and third the same Cobleskill took the load at the end of the first quarter and kept it Our Anna was always promi ¬ nent Haber closed a gap gapScratched Scratched 75992s All Alone 93 7G1403Joe Harlan 102 102Overweights Overweights Rose Cherry 4 pounds 76184 Second Race 34 Mile Track record Julv 21 1900 112 4 109 4yoarolds and upward upwardSelling Selling SellingInd Ind Horse WtStStrFin Jockey Op Cl Cl76064Toupee 76064Toupee 107 3 I3 1 Rettig 32 32 327G100 7G100 AdelbertBelle 101 5 21 23 A Walsh 30 40 7G0123Don Domo 105 1 3i 32 Lycurgus G 12 7GOGS2Tlie Sultan 101 4 4 41 Page 6 8 876046Tavora 76046Tavora 107 6 5l 5 W Kelly 3 145 14576142Gio 76142Gio Balerio 111 7 6 6 A Morgan 7 7 76124 Dulcinea 101 S 7 7 B Wilson 25 30 307G1425Pal 7G1425Pal 104 2 S S A Harris S 10 10Toupee Toupee place 35 shoxv 13 Adelbert Belle place 15 shoxv S Don Domo place 5 show 2j Tavora place 1 show 12 12Time 1122Winner Time 1122 Winner FloresWent W Gabriels br g 7 by Tenny Flores Went to post at 240 At post G minutes Start good Won easily second and third driving Tou ¬ pee went to the front early aud ran axvay from his opponents Adelbert Belle was alxvays in closest pursuit Don Domorau well 76185 Third Race 5S Mile Track record Au ¬ gust 1 1900 59i 3 97 2yearolds Alloxv ances ancesInd Ind Horse WtStStrFin Jockey Op Cl Cl7GOC5 Cl7GOC53Phillistina 7GOC5 7GOC53Phillistina = Phillistina 105 2 2 1 B Wilson 15 20 75633 LIstowel 11W 1 1 2 k J Hayes 3 4 75933 Cosset 100 3 4l 3i A Walsh S 13 73244 Achieve 105 5 3l 43 W Kellly 71045 75970 Horace II 10S 1 55 53 Page 10 10 75S7GTea 1075S7GTea Set 105 6 6 C A Morgan 7 7 Philllstlna place 7 show 2J Listoxvel place G5 shoxv 35 Cosset place 5 shoxv 2 Achieve place 020 shoxv 15 15Time Time 1011 1011Winner Winner J Greens ch f by Joe Terry La Amiga AmigaWent Went to post at 317 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second and third the same Iliillistimi got up in the last stride Listoxvel took the lead after racing thefirst quarter but swerved badly in the stretch and this cost him the race Cosset xxas placed third by the judges but actually finished no better than fifth Achieve being over ¬ looked The latter was lapped on the txvo leaders at the end endOverweights Overweights Listoxvel 1 pound 76186 Fourth Race 1 14 Miles Track record 70029 205 5 110 Seattle Derby Value 3 000 3yearolds Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horse WtStStrFin Jockey Op Cl 7Gl53Stanley Cl7Gl53Stanley Fay 122 3 2l I2 Lycurgus 33 920 76125 Early Tide 117 1 3l 23 W Kelly 15 9 7G125 Glorio 122 4 1 32 Rettig 4J 6 7til252Boggs 119 2 4 4 A Walsh 3 41 Stanley 41Stanley Fay place 15 show out Early Tide place 2 show 1 Glorio place 1 shoxv Boggs place 34 slioxv out outTime Time 200 Winner 200Winner W Walkers b c by Canopus Mamie B by St Blaise BlaiseWent Went to post at 340 At post 1 minute Start good Won driving second and third the same Stanley Fay ran under restraint to the stretch then came away Early Tide finished fast Glorio made the pace for the first seven furlongs and tired in the final furlong Boggs badly outrun early finished gamely 76187 Fifth Race 1 11G Miles Track record August 14 107 1441 4 10S 3yearolds and HandicapInd upxvard Handicap Ind Cl7COC7 Horse WtStStrFin Jockey Op Cl 7COC7 = Green Seal 100 1 1 1 Lycurgus S C 750J7 Edxvin Gum 103 C 3 2J A Harris S 10 759913Avontellus 95 5 2l 3 Page 4 4 47C010Kantastic 7C010Kantastic 103 4 5l I2 Buxton 21 3 76145 EyebHght 107 3 4J 5J Rettig 3 4 760l9lYed Bent 100 2 C C W Kelly 4 5 Green Seal place 2 shoxv 1 Edxvin Gum place 4 show 85 Avontellus place 75 show 35 Fantastic place 1 shoxx 12 Eyebright place S5 shuxv 45 45Time l45iWinner Time l45i Winner II Clarks b c 4 by Greenan Goldseal Went to post at 414 At post 1 minute Start good Won easily second and third driving Green Seal made the pace throughout Kdwiu Gum out ¬ paced early finished with a sensational rush in close quarters Avontellus was a forward contender throughout Eyebright quit after being a coutender for six furlongs Overweights Eyebright 2 pounds Fred Bent 3 76188 Sixth Race 1 IMHe and 50 Yards Track record Trackrecord August 11 IHOC 14U 1 100 3Vear SellingInd olds 3Vearolds and upward Selling Ind Horse WtStStrFin Jockey Op Cl 76125 Massa 109 3 2 li Page 1 32 76100 Convent Bell 90 1 1 23 Russell 6 7 76120 107il262Varietes Harmakis 93 4 41 3 A Walsh 7 10 7il262Varietes 101 5 31 4 A Harris 55 61423Nat Bumppo 103 2 5 = C2 B Wilson 10 12 7C030Josles Jewel 107 6 C C W Kelly 5 6 70100 M Randolph 93 7 7 7 A Morgan 30 40 760CCSilver 10Massa Line 9S S S S Lycurgus S 10 Massa place 710 show 25 Convent Bell place 21 shoxv 1 Harmakis Dlace 4 show 85 Time 143 J dinner D A Ross ch g 0 by Masetto Satis ¬ faction factionWent Went to post at 449 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second and third the same Massa pocketed to the last turn finished with i rush Convent Bell snoxved the most speed and led until in the last stride Harmakis finished fast V arietes badlyScratched and Nattie Bumppo quit badly Scratched 7G12G Monvina 104 7G140Yanf 103 7G1G2 J F Donohue OS 75954Confessor 98 Overweights 98Overweights Margaret Randolph 3 pounds Mile and 70 Yards 5 107 4yoarolds and SellingInd upxvard andupxvard Selling Ind Horse WtStStrFin Jockey Op CL 76143 Capt Burnett 106 6 1J l Lycurgus 3 6 761G2 Tonic 107 1 3i 2 A WalSll 10 10 76143 Marpessa 99 5 7 32 Lindhurst 12 20 76069 Legal Form 10G 7 52 4 = i A Morgan 25 30 76143 Excitement 109 2 2 f ii Rettig 10 13 76160 Josie S 102 4 4J 6 Page G 5 7C1433Distributor 107 8 6 7 Mentry 12 1G 76101 Henry O 101 9 S S A Harris 6 7 7G142 Fair Fagot 107 3 9 9 W Kelly 651110 Captain 651110Captain Burnett place 21 show G5 Tonic place 4 show 85 Marpessa place 8 show 4 Fair Fagot place 12 shoxv 15 15Time Time l45j Winner II A Cottons b g 5 by Rubicon Miss Reel ReelWent Went to post at 507 At post 2 minutes Start good Won handily second and third driving Cap tain Burnett outrun early overtook the leaders on the last turn Tonic and Marpessa came gamely from behind Fair Fagot and Excitement quit badly badlyScratched Scratched 75971 Sachet 102 7G1G3 Elba 104 QUEBEC RACING Quebec Que July 2 Fifth and last day of the Quebec Hunt Clubs summer meeting of thirteen days Sleeting declared oil after five days racing Weather clear track fast 76178 First Ract 78 Mile 3yearolds and up SellingInd ward upward Selling Ind Horse WtFin Jockey Cl PI Sh 761213Trey Sh761213Trey of Spades 107 1 McCabe 3 112 76097 Cock Sure J1S 2 JWMphy 45 12 out outiC0933lnspector iC0933lnspector Purvis 110 3 las Hogg 7 2 1 Time 131 Winner 131Winner T F Coles b g 3 by Fatherless Vigil ette ette7G1203Martius 7G1203Martius 7G121 = Dashaway 7G121 Bounding Elk 75505 Red Monk 7C117 Miss Felix also ran Scratched ranScratched 7G12lGibson 118 70097 St Noel 118 7U117Vjirdoe 107 7G073 Ever True 110 76179 Second Race 58 Mile 2yearolds Maid ¬ ens Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Sh7C094 Horse WtFin Jockey Cl PI Sh 27C0712Columbus 7C094 Xaffre 102 1 Griflin 10 4 2 7C0712Columbus 127G0713Mardella 104 2 Englder 2A 1 12 7G0713Mardella 102 3 Jas Hogg 10 4 2 104Winner Time 104 Iscerne757G9 Winner 1C P Shipps b f by Blues Iscerne 757G9 Marie Cameron 7G0943Precis 7G07G3Sainaw 7G07C Gold Find 70094 Pouting Betsey 75509 Lou don Strathcoua 7JOU2Flat Creek also ran 76180 Third Race 1 12 Miles Steeplechase 4 yearolds and upward Handicap Ind Horse WtFin Jockey Cl PI Sh 76121JGeorge Leiper 140 1 Saffel 65 35 out outjGmiBallycaslle jGmiBallycaslle 153 2 Lannigan 1 25 out 7C121iRower out7C121iRower 14u 3 Garnett 521 Time 521Time 255 255Winner Winner T F Coles ch g 5 by Top Gallant Agnes Morancy 7 121J5Marston Moor 75G273D G Taylor also ran ranScratched Scratched 70070 Waypost 130 76181 Fourth Race G 12 Furlongs Cyearolds SellingInd and Cyearoldsand npxvard Selling Ind Horse WtFin Jockey Cl PI Sh 76097 Hannibal Bey 100 1 M McGee 710out 76120 Inventress 90 2 Jas Hogg 2 12 out outuu9 uu9 Woodline 102 3 Grimn G 1 1Time Time l18i CmUa110 Bakers b g C by Emm Bey 7G11S Bine Coat 7G093 Hasty also ran Scratclmd 7G118Park Row 105 7G120Alila 100 700 700iO iO Jnnnie Deceiver 100 Overweights 100Overweights Inventress 5 pounds 76182 Fifth Race I 18 Miles 3yearolds and andnpxvard npxvard Allowances lAo AllowanceslAo THorl WtFin Jockey 01 PI Sh ° j MSS Vigilant 93 1 Jas Hogg 4C 25 out A11rPestFn 112 Hufnagel 521 5214G090L 4G090L M Eckert 97 S JWMphy 3 45 25 25Time Time 159 159ii WVincT A c Bellews ch f 3 by Rensselaer ii Hat tie Vaughan 70118 Herman Johnson 7C09G St Valentine also alsoScratched Scratched 7G121J Grey Plume 112 Page 4 Third Race [3rd New York] THIRD RACE 1 18 Miles 4yearolds and upward Selling 70153 1501 120 120COLONEL COLONEL WHITE br h 6 by Clifford Lacona H E Howell Weight today 106 76169 Brighton 1 14 2011 slop 3 101 4 1 1 1 I1 2 Sweet Cairngorm Montauk Beanelere Beanelere7COS5 7COS5 Brighton 1 14 207s fast 3 108 1 1 1 1 31 45i W Miller Molesey Obert Beauelere 76013 Brighton 1 116 1461 fast 4 10S 4 4 4 4 42 4i W Miller Tileing Kentucky Beau Ellisdale 75943 Brighton 1 116 1471 fast 75 106 7 5 4 3 3i 3 Lang Ellisdale Lally Corneoh CorneohRED RED FRIAR ch h C by The Friar Sunbeam P J Dwyer Weight today 10G 10G7u3 7u3 Brighton 1 12 234 fast 10 110 5 r 4 R McDanIBro Jonathan Beauelere SailorGirl 75976 Brighton 1 12 2313 fast 12 10S a G G 6 41 31 R MeDanl Beauelere Trash Goleonda 75905 Brighton 1 14 2OG fast 15 109 7765 5 5 Musgrve Earl G Trash Juggler 75692 Sheepshd 1 14 203 fast 20 107 8 J3 8 7 6l G1S R McDaul Grapple Bro Jonathan Beanclnre BeanclnreMOLESEY MOLESEY ch g 4 by Kingston Sylvabelle J A Bennet Weight toiay 103 76085 Brighton 1 14 207g fast 5 98 5 r 5 2 lh l Jensen Obcrt Bcauclere Colfliich WhUdt 75995 Brighton 1 116 147 fast 2 107 4 7 4 2 2Z 2i R McDanlMonocle Coat of Arms G Gtllall J550iUficlUoi GtllallJ550iUficlUoi 1H51H7 3i 105 3 2 2 2 2s Musgrvo Cojncobj Qrec io QyWf Q Hall DARKLE b g G by Arkle Daroka J J Moran W g ht today D8 76168 Brighton 1 14 207g slop 20 90 2 1 2 3 3 3 Kmntor Frank Gill Bis Chief 76149 Brighton 1 116 146 fast 20 S9 G 5 5 5 Ch 4i Sumter Far West Lally Question Mark 76083 Brighton 1 116 1462 fast 15 93 5 6 G 4 4 4 Sunitcr Marathon Lally Qu Marguerite 75997 Brighton 1 1S 154 fast 15 93 5 G 6 6 C 521 Sumter Cairngorm Black Oak Bedouin 75941 Brighton 1 116 1402 fast 20 90 3 6 6 6 4l 3J Sumter BlackOak QucstiouMark Tourenne COMEDIENNE ch m 5 by Plaudit Maxirio Elliott Kclso Stable Weight today 101 76147 Brighton 1 116 147 fast 5 112 2 3 3 4 21 3 R McDanlArasce GeorgeOHall KilHecranUe 75977 Brighton 34 1138 fast 95 123 3 455 51 R MctianlTacobltc Live Wire Imitator 75921 Brighton 34 113 fast 710 107 1 1 1 1s 1 R McDanlGrimaldl Saracihcsca Tronycur 75843 Brighton 34 113 good 21 107 1 1 2 21 2J R McDanlTomMcGrath Saraclnesca Big Ben FANCY BIRD ch g 5 by Goldfinch Solana Chelsea Stable Weight today 103 74717 Pimlico 1 153 hvy 115 111 331 3 3 3 Mr E TkcrRIo Grande PandeOro 74647 Pimlico 1 1454 hvy 15 113 278 9 6 G 1T Burns Cock Sure Edgcly El Dorado DoradoGREENO GREENO b n 4 l lr r nrnpnan TOTI PSB C R Fleischmann Vcight today 101 75SG4 Brighton 1 116 117 fast 30 100 7 7 9 9 53 3 J Sweet Corncob Molesey George G Hall 75221 Gvesend 1 116 146 fast 100 103 11 6 9 10 11 10 ° iCullen Rockstone UypernII LofLangden COAT OF ARMS ch g 4 by Gold crest Ethel Green J Baker fJ tT ° ay 103 7612S Brighton 1 116 148 fast 4 107 7 f 4 2 3 31 Garner Montrosc Imitator The Dane 75995 Brighton 1 116 147 fast 5 110 2 5 C 5 3 3J Notter Monocle Molcsey Geo G Hall 75900 Brighton 1 116 148 fast 115 107 3 2 2 2 3 5 = 1 R McDanIGolconda Florence H Monocle 75068 Sheepsd 1 116 147 fast 13 107 5 2 2 2 4J 481 Lang George G Hall Delirium Montauk MontaukGEORGE GEORGE G HALL ch g 4 by St Leonards Illogical V H Russell Weight today 10 76147 Brighton 1116147 mud 5 108 322 2 22 2 D McCthyArasce CoinedlPJine Killlccratikir 7G053 Brighton 1 116 1452 fast S 10S 4 2 2 2 2J 24 D McCthyArasee Druid Crack Snot 75995 Brighton 1 116 147 fast 7 107 5 4 3 4 42 4 Brussel Monocle Molcsey Coat of Arms 75864 Brighton 1 116 147 fast 5 112 5 5 3 3 3i 41 Brussel Corncob Molcsey Greeno 75791 Sheepsd 1 116 148 mud 8 112 3 3 3 3 31 3i Brussel Question Mark Delirium Zlenap KILLIECRANKIE ch f 4 by Kilmarnock Kildeer W C Daly Weight today 98 76147 Brighton 1116147 mud 20 102 5 5 4 3 45 48J Yorke Arasee GcorgeGnall Coincdleiitu 7605 ° Brighton 1 116 1453 fast 30 101 7 8 S S 710 C15 Yorke Arasee George G Hall Druid 75976 Brighton 1 12 2343 fast 10 100 4 4 4 2 52 5 JYorke Bcauclere Trash Red Friar 75903 Brighton 1 116 1462 fast 12 96 4 5 6 G 7 725 E Dugan Sir Lyimewood Kicnan Moonshine DISOBEDIENT blk g 5 by Sir Dixon Lady Wayward T E Mannix Weight today 103 75959 Brighton 1 116 1464 fast 12 95 2 3 4 4 410 4 McCahey Tony Bonero Zlenap Antaeus 75813 Brighton 34 113 good S 109 7 7 7 7i 7J McCahey TMcGrath Comcdine Saracinesca 75532 Montreal 5S 102 fast 1 107 1 12 2 i I2 McCahey Al Powell Telepathy Lone Hand BT JOSEPH ch g 5 by Riley Clara White Miss A H Marroae Weight today 103 75905 Brighton 1 11 206 fast 20 101 2 2 3 6 G 6tG Ianrr Earl G Trash Juggler 75716 Shpshd 1 116 147R fast 12 108 244 6 G 6 11 McDanISea Wolf Marathon Groat Pirate 75643 Sheepshead 1 139J fast 30 106 11 11 9 9 91 9T R McDaul Karl G Antaeus Bad News 75570 Sheepshd 1 1S 1532 fast 15 100 3 2 2 2 3J 5 5 Dclaby Grapple Tcmaceo Killlecrankle New York Entries and Past Performances for Monday, July 27. New York Entries and Past PerTofmances for Monday July 27 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK SLOW NEW YORK ENTRIES Brighton Beach BeachRacing Racing starts at 2r0 p m Chicago time 130 XHuus well In mud Superior mud runner First Race 5 12 Furlongs liyearolds Allowances AllowancesTrack Track record 577SO 10r 2 100 Jti 100Jti HdcprlW l Horse Rec A AVt Hdcp rlW 100X721ai70 O U Kid 1OSS 100X721 ai70 Dr Pillow inoX7 0 0Oiun Oiun Dandy Dlxoii 107 0f 711 0170 Von Laer 10X1 M8 Personal 115x7in 115x7in00i4 00i4 710fiOr2 = Civita l07i 7 710 fiOr2 Kffendi 1 0 710 12n Homecrest 1OSH 100 701 7 112X7057G1GT 14S Gliding Belle 1OS 112X705 7G1GT 700T Jus llPlm 100 700 T L McGinnis entry entrySecond Second Race About 2 Miles MilesSteeplechase Steeplechase Irvearblds and upward Selling Handicap Track record 70318 334J 7 140 I37X7007C132 72010 Xavaio 0 I37X700 7C132 Paprika 5 115 X K 5 5T T n7n Harpist II 4 134 C05 C05iS2J iS2J Canvas 4 144 Xt 05 057IUOS2 7IUOS2 Banner 5 143 000 75841 Rocket r 14SXOOO 14SXOOO7C100 7C100 Oro G 130 XOOO XOOO7fil2 7fil2 Jim McGill 4 140 000 70132 GS57rnf02 Pirate Sir 0 GS5 7rnf02 OS5010S Pete Dailey 0i3 OS5 010S XOS5i2 Bannpll 5 itt XOS5 i2 Robador OK XOSO XOSO74UD71 74UD71 Flying Machine 7 130 COO COOThird Third Race 1 18 Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling SellingTrack Track record 7015 1502 3 120 701 HI2 Colonel White 0 107 X 725 0038 Red Triar 1531 G10R X720 X720fiOS5 fiOS5 Molcsey 15U 4103 X715 DSX715in 5irS3 DArkle 151 r DSX715 X710M717 in I73 Comedienne 1S 5101 X710 M717 X7105M5 Fancy Bird 150 510S X710 4101X7057012S 5M5 Greeno 4101X705 7012S Coat of Arms 4 103 705 01472 X705filJ7 George G Hall 4103 X705 filJ7 Killiecrankic 154 4 nr X700 5t5I Disobedient 153R 5 101 005 75003 St Joseph 200 51036BG90 Fourth Race 1 Mile Mile3ycarolds HandicapTrack 3ycarolds Handicap Track record 70010 1J72 3 111 111I I nil Horses Ucc A Wt Hdcp 70147 ARASEE 130 105X70 105X707rn7S 7rn7S Bouiiuet 1301 115 x 70149 Question Mark 110 117 X 7 105 Black Oak 14 110 7 5 57fini 7fini Monocle IMOi 1O1X7ST 1O1X7ST750SS 750SS Wild Refrain 730 7307G10S 7G10S Corncob 105 730 75938 Julia Powel WOS 111 725 70128 KSX7207G1CU The Dane KSX720 7G1CU Import 140 JGX710 JGX710Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingTrack Track record 70004 111 1 108 70080 Heknows 118 97X725 75958 S107X720700SO Frizctte 1I2J S107X720 700SO Bocma 114 9 7595G Black Marv liJit 51o 51o701IU 701IU Queen Marguerite lls 5105 715 70147 Comedienne 112 R108X710 75099 rllOX7107WS1 Goldproof lKi rllOX710 7WS1 Biskra 115 101 705 4mx705700SO 5977 Xal 113 4mx705 700SO Killniln 3 100 G90 75990 Helen Shea 410SX090 410SX090Sixth Sixth Race 58 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Selling SellingTrack Track record 2C934 595 2 91 70109 Shortcut 1011 107 725 KV4X7207US2 75959 Granla l00j KV4X720 7US2 = Ragman 59J 10X715 70129 Ruble 1004 107 715 7157il07 7il07 Font 104 710 70170 Billy Bodcmer l tft 105 710 70170 = Arondick 1015 97 710 75994 Trois Temp 112 705 7057il50 7il50 Westhiore l01g 105 x 705 7057fiO 7fiO 7 Tiniliuetoo 105 700 700759SO 759SO Hammock Boy 105 X 700 7007G170 7G170 Prosper 97X700 97X7007531G 7531G Elmer Boy 105 090 090Bon Bon Astur br f by Nasturtium Bon BonAir Air II 102 The figures under Rec in alK vo entries show the best time made by the horse at the distance distancesince since January 1 1906 This time Is not necessarily necessarilymade made by a winner It may be the estimated time of a losing performance First Race [1st New York] LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED MONDAY The small figure under Str shows the distance the horse was ahead of that next in the race The smolj figure under Fin unless the horse won shows the number of lengths the horse was behind the winner FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs 2yearolds Allowances 577SO 100 2 109 Index Course DIstTlmeTckOdds Wt St StrFln Jockeys Best Company CompanyO O U KID ch e 2 by Watercolor Oyezpa J L McGinnis Weight today 100 76150 Brighton 5S l01i mud S 102 12 9 5 31 3 Lang Wesimore Dr Pillow Harry Rogers 76056 Brighton 51 f 107J fast S 102 4 22 3 3 Ural Wise Mason Arondack St Abe 76037 Brighton 34 113 fast 8 102 9 S S S2 8 Ural FashlonPlatc Ragman CSimpson 75957 Brighton 5 f 107J fast 95 112 6 76 3h 3J Notter Ragman Chaperon St Wltliold 75885 Brighton 51 t 107 fast 50 102 5 4 3 3 41 Lang Harrigan Granla Gliding Belle DOCTOR PILLOW ch c 2 by King William II Vivette W R Griffin Weight today 100 76170 Brighton 5S 103 slop 4 107 4 32 4J 31 Musgrve Billy Bodemer Arondack Banburv Rogers7COS2 76150 Brighton 58 1013 fast 3 103 2 1 1 1 2s Musgrve AVestmoro OU Kid Harry Rogers 7COS2 Brighton 51 f 1068 fast 10 107 1 2 3 42 4I05Musgrvo Fashion Plate Ragman Lasata 76014 Brighton 58 1012 fast 20 107 3 43 3i 3 Musgrvo Short Cut Monologue Sniff SniffDANDY DANDY DIXON blk c 2 by Sir Dixon Dordica G E Perrin Weight today 100 76129 Brighton 51 f 106 fast 30 102 8 5 4 45 4 Musgrvo Kthcrial Sententious Ruble 76031 Brighton G f l07g fast G 102 10 96 G 5T Sweet The Pippin Civita Homecrest 75975 Brighton 51 f 1062 fast 30 100 3 53 3i 3s Gilbert Etherlal Watervllet Klllcreen 75904 Brighton 51 f 108 fast GO 109 S 888 6 Brussel Enfiehl Klllcreen Takahira 75762 Sheepshd 34 l13g fast 100 112 6 666 6 iCullon Sea Clllt Selectman Con Ranger VON LAER b c 2 by Rensselaer Dona Sol Grosvenor Tarm Stable Weight today 105 76170 Brighton BS 103 slop 10 107 9 S 7 61 52 Brussel nilly Bodemor Arondack DrPillnw 76109 Brighton 5S 1013 good 20 107 5 54 3J 32i Brussel Short Cut Billy Bodemer Mrstify 75957 Brighton 51 f 1072 fast 30 112 1 55 5J 5 Brussel Ragman Chaperon O U Kid 75764 Shcopshd 5i f 106J fast 30 104 4 666 GJBrusscl Preceptor GlidingBelleJ Madden PERSONAL b f 2 by Kinloy Mack Lady Lindsey J McLaughlin Weight today 115 76118 Brighton 5J f 107 mud 12 91 3 11 lh 4 Lang Fashion Plaie Torlmlllno Dander 75924 Brighton 51 f 1072 fast 8 107 2 126 7T Musgrve Verbatim Gliding Belle Dander Dander75SS1 75SS1 Brighton 51 f 1061 fast 10 103 3 23 42 fi25 Garner Etherlal Joe Madden Sententious 75601 Shcepshd 5S 1002 fast 7 115 3 33 3h 5 McCahey Fore Hanonla Golden View CIVITA b f 2 by Alvescot Ameeras G J Long Weight today D7 76034 Brighton El f 1072 fast 21 99 1 2 2 2 21 Gilbert The Pippin Homccrest Faultless 75961 Brighton 58 101 fast 10 105 S 3 3 3 2h 22 Gilbert Mauvlette HarlemMald SumNight EFFENDI br c 2 by Previous Hatasoo W T Ryan Weight today 100 76052 Brighton 5S l01g fast 7 105 1 2 2 22 32 W Doylo Marcellus Torbellino Waponoca 75665 Shcepshd 51 f 107 fast 30 10S 10 10 10 102 10 3W Doyle Torhellino Wamlra Mediant HOMECREST br c 2 by Watercress Sister Jeanie A J Joyner Weight today 100 76129 Brighton 5 f 106 fast 10 102 9 999 912 Sumter Ktherial Sententious RuWe 76031 Brighton 5J f 1072 fast 40 101 7 43 3J 31 Musgrve The Pippin Civita Faultless FaultlessGLIDING GLIDING BELLE b f 2 by Belles Commoner Gliding By W F Schulte Weight today 112 76148 Brighton S3 f 107 mud 10 99 6 677 75 Gilbert Fashion Plate Torliolllno Dander 76101 Brighton fij f l07g good S 102 4 8 7 S2 S12 Garner RCaptive SumNight Fash Plate 75924 Brighton 51 f 1072 fast 21 112 3 3 4 2 2 W Miller Verbatim Dander Gus Helm Helm75SS5 75SS5 Brighton Dl f 107 fast 21 104 1 24 42 3 Gilbert Harrigan Granla O U Kid 75812 Sheepshd 01 f l07g fast 7 99 5 2 2 2s 2 Gilbert Melissa The Pippin Dander GUS HELM b c 2 by Goldcrest Grace Lee J L McGinnis Weight today 100 100761K7 761K7 Brighton M f 108 slop 10 102 4 fi 5 f 2 5 ° Lang Uiiltlaftninda StTliislIe UCanlive 76101 Brighton 61 f 1071 good 10 93 3 10 S G 69 Lang RCaptive SmnNisht FashPIate 75924 Brighton 61 f 1072 fast S 109 7 6 G 4J 421 Notter Verbatim Gliding Belie Dander 75737 Sheepshd E f l07g fast 100 112 3 666 521 Lang Fitz Herbert Harrigan Practical J L McGinnis entry O U Kid and Gus Helm Second Race [2nd New York] SECOND RACE About 2 Miles Steeplechase 4yearolds and upward Selling Handicap 70318 3541 7 UG UGNAVAJO NAVAJO br g 6 by Huron New Era C H Smith Weight today 137 1377I 7I 16 Benning Ab 2 411 fast 32 151 S 3 3 3 1J I8 M HensnYama Christy Alamansor Dulcian 71978 Benning Ah 2 417 slow 115 141 765 4 2 1J M Hen sn Kara F Virginian Dr Hellswth PAPRIKA b g 5 by The Pepper Hazel Land T L Evans Weight today 135 76132 Brighton Ab 2 401 fast 4 136 133 Threw rider McKiny TimMcGill PrinceofPHsen 1nnvas 76017 Brighton Ab 21 448 fast 6 136 2 3 3 3 3 3102Palmer 3102Palmer59CO ProfPilscn Wrspeed QofKnight 59CO Brighton Ab 2 407 fast 85 137 2 2 2 1 1s 1 I1 McKin McKiny Pete Dailey Robador 5841 Brighton Ab 2 356 good 8 143 G 5 5 5 6 6 632 J Steel SteelHARPIST Stccle Rocket Waterspccd Banner Bannerille HARPIST II b f 4 by Contract Harpist R Neville ille Weight today 134 75979 Brighton Ab 2 358 fast 30 135 2 3 3 2 2i 3T Cruniblcy Canvas St Nick Expansionist 75169 Gvesend Ab 2 3504 fast 15 135 C 4 5 72054 Bennlng 7S l31g fast 40 110 844 7 10 11 OLeary Kempton Geo G Hall Millstone MillstoneCANVAS CANVAS b s 4 by Canopus Andrisa Chelsea Stable Weight today 144 76132 Brighton Ab 2 401 fast 3 147 3 1 1 2 3J 3s Boadwce TimMcGill PrinceofPHsen Robador 75979 Brighton Ab 2 358fi fast 15 137 1 1 1 1 1s 1s Boadwee St Nick Harpist II Expansionist 75841 Brighton Ab 2 356g good 30 130 7 2 3 4 41 52S Boadwee Rocket Waterspccd Banner 75517 Sheepshd Ab 2 405g fast 100 134 1 7 7 7 PullupKelleher Bayonet Thistledale T S Martin MartinBANNER BANNER ch m 5 by Batten Our Flag J W Colt Weight today 143 2 ° 21 J Lynch St Nick Bannell Oro 75841 Brighton Ab 2 3562 good 115 147 2 1 2 3 3 310 ° 310 jicAfee Rocket Watcrspced Robador 75603 Sheepshd Ab 2 406 fast 6 129 4 2 1 2 35 2s J Lynch St Kevin Expansionist Motor ROCKET b g 6 by Racine Silver Queen Hampton Stable Weight today 148 14875S41 75S41 Brighton Ab 2 3565 good 3 148 1 4 4 2 I1 1s McKiny Watcrspeod Banner Robador 75738 Sheepshd Ab21 5081 fast 3J 132 1 2 2 3 21 25 McKiny Waterspccd PofPilsen Espanslst 75218 Gvesend Ab2i 446 fast 8 135 7 3 3 3 4 42 I E Holder Thistledale CallforniaKing Alfar 75119 Gvesend Ab 2 356 fast 4 141 4 4 5 5 5 421 S Sampson Bayonet King Castle Jimmy Lane ORO br g G by Hastings Donna do Oro Mrs J Bluto uto Weight today 130 76166 Brighton Ab 2 4OG slop 8 153 111 1 I15 1 ° McKiny Jimmy Lane Economy 76108 Brighton Ab 2 401 good 20 137 632 4 415 4 iReeder St Nlok Banner Bannell 69709 Shcepshd S C 4102 fast 12 146 9 Refused Davidson Dick Shaw Garrett Sir Tristan 69179 Gvesend Ab21 455g fast 5 135 G Refused E Holder Sher Williams Realm Dulcian JIM MGILL b c 4 by Handsome Mariamno Hampton Stable Weight today 140 76132 Brighton Ab 2 401 fast 6 IS 4 2 2 1 lh I2 Dupee Prince of Pilsen Canvas Robador 75912 Brighton Ab 2 357 fast 8 131 2 3 3 3 3 310 Steiger Jimmy Lane Prince of Pilsen 75418 Gvesend Ab 2 350 fast 6 132 322 2 5 535 E Ueidcr Simon Pure Kara Dick Shaw Shaw74S61 74S61 Belmont Ab 2 405 fast 10 147 3 1 5 4 4 3 Mr C SmhKCastle MGumberts SirWooster PIRATE b g 8 by Pirate of Penzance Gallop C Hak Weight today 130 76132 Brighton Ab 2 401 fast 10 140 C 4 4 4 4s 5 Palmer JimMcGHI PrinceofPiisen Canvas 69321 Lotonia S C 3052 hvy 95 158 R 3 2 2 41 5 J Ford JohnDillon Reicctable Grnccland GrncclandC3S7 C3S7 Louisville S C 2532 hvy 910 159 3 2 2 2 2s 1s Pembton Snowdrift Killdoe Lady Jocelyn JocelynPETE PETE DAILEY b g 6 by Longstreet Punka Hampton Stable Weight today 133 73950 Brighton Ab 2 407 fast 95 141 3 3 3 2 2 2 Mr C SmhPaprika Robador 75621 Sheepshd Ab 2 414 fast 5 154 5 Fell Mr J OBnJImyLane PrinceofPiisen Sinister 75292 Gvesend Ab 21 456 fast 65 164 122 2 1 1 Mr C SmlthFauquler Judge OGin Warrior 74957 Belmont Ab 21 543 fast 115 1G6 7 3 4 1 I5 I8 Mr C SmhElI Flying Machine My Grace 75312 Gvesend Ab2J 4491 fast 1 75169 Gvesend Ai 2 350J fast 4 143 3 Ran out E Holder NobOblige MGumberts Stellaland StellalandROBADOR ROBADOR ch h 6 by Rey el Santa Anita Lady Diamond W Kraut Weight today 133 76132 Brighton Ab 2 401 fast 10 140 266 H 5 4 O Ileider TimMcGill PrinceofPiisen Canvas 7 9GO Brighton Ab 2 407 fast 85 132 1 1 1 Fell O Heider Paprika Pete Dailey 75901 Brighton Ab 451 fast 12 134 343 3 3 3 ° O Ileider Watcrspced 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Dandy Dixon Dugt75S62 75999 Brighton 5S 1001 fast T 102 5 1 1 1 li E Dugt Dugan Ragman Fore Chaperon 75S62 Brighton 51 f 1072 fast 10 112 G 1 1 2s 2i E Dugn Dugan Sir John Tod Moorish King 75739 Sheepshd 34 1122 fast 100 92 8 888 82 820JLeach JLeach Ethcrial High Range Taboo 75566 5566 Sheepshd 51 f 106 fast 20 107 13 13 13 11 II9 Leach LeachFONT Taboo Clef Fore ForeONT FONT ONT br g 2 by Hastings Bellcgardo J H McCormick Weight today 10 1 70167 0167 Brighton 55 f 108 slop 6 111 6 6 666 6 6 6 6MSumter lSumter RubiaGranda StTMstle RCaptivi 76052 Brighton 5S 1013 fast 12 109 G 666 6 JSumter JSumter71S9S Marcellus Torbellino Effcndl 71S9S 4S9S Belmont 41 f 53 slop 6 103 1 1 I5 1 Sumter The Pippin On Eleanor Etherlal 71841 1841 Belmont 41 f 53J fast 40 107 6 3 4 4a 4i Sumter GUdBelle Wlldpigeon Ladylrma LadylrmaBILLY BILLY BODEMER br c 2 by Sorcerer Emma Louise W Gerst Weight today 105 lilio Brighton r S 103 slop So 107 1 11 1J iu j Lee Arondack Dr Pillow Banlmry i133 Banlmryi133 Brighton 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25 114 6 557 7 ° JMusgrvc ConRaiiger SeaCllff CountyFair 7334 BroughamPROSPER City Park 3J f 43g good G 117 3 li 4i R McDanlRoseburgll Nasturtia Brougham PROSPER toda170 br c 2 by Plaudit Penury E W Heffner Weight tod today 97 97iDH iDH a170 Brighton 5S 103 slop G W 5 2 3 2h G Gi Sweet BillyBodemer Aroudack Dr Pillow o G Sheepshd 51 f 106 fast 20 109 15 15 15 15 14 R McDanl Taboo Clef Fore 73013 FGrounds 3S 37 fast 2 107 2 W Ott Joe Howell Irrlgator Scrvicence 72S55 City Park 38 38 hvy 15 112 7 Brougham Ham Boy Servicence ServicenceWeight Weight today 105 3IG Cvesond fJ f 107 fast 200 10110 12 11 11 ll SUral Intervene Chepontuc Home Run 75271 Ural74GS2 Gvcsend 5 f 1071 fast 100 91 12 12 12 11 12 Ural Fore Rac iuet Ccremonliis 74GS2 Jamaica 5S 103 hvy GO 97 11 12 12 12 11 Ural Right Sort Father Stafford Pete 74614 Jamaica 5S 1011 fast 100 102 2 4 11 11 ll JDelaby JDelabyBON Ariouette Havre Force ForceWeight BON ASTUR br f 2 by Nasturtium Bon Air II S T Longman Weight today 102 First 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007HOSO 7HOSO Brighton 34 113 fast 6 100 2 3 2 2h 3SJ Gilbert Heknows Whip Top SiracinPKin 75996 Brighton 34 113 fast 8 102 3 5 5 52 5i Sweet TheWrestlcr QMarguprlte Gowan 75202 Latonia 34 1133 fast 135 100 3 3 4 32 311 J Connelly Kslradia Lucille D Bertie 75081 LouisvIe 1 116 146R fast 8 112 2 3 3 3 2h 3 Troxler EllenaDale Kstradia Evelyn S 75011 Louisvle 1 116 1452 fast 71 87 5 1 1 1 31 5T HuCnagel TheMinks Kerchoviil WoolSandal WoolSandalBLACK BLACK MARY blk f 3 by Star Shoot Maribcl Mr Currio Weight today 102 Top7FS67 75956 Brighton 34114 fast 5 96 4 1 1 lh 1J Upton Great Pirate Gowan Whip Top 7FS67 Brighton 31 1133 fast 6 96 5 5 3 32 IK Sweet Besom Arase Karls Court Court75GSS 75GSS Shcepshd 6i 1202 fast 15 S8 11 88 Si 6 J K CallahanQu Marguerite Cressina Imitator 75620 Shcepshd 7S 1252 fast 50 99 9 5 6 G 7 S15 J Callahan DonKnrique JasBBrady Jacobite aUEEN MARGUERITE br f 3 by Henry of Navarre Sneerwoll Green River Stable Weight today 105 1057C131 7C131 Brighton 3t 112 fast 5 99 4 3 5 58 6 D McCthyllalfSovereisn Cressina Pantoiillo Pantoiillo7fiOS3 7fiOS3 DArkle799G Brighton 1 116 146B fast 6 109 311 1 lh 3 W Dovln Marathon Lally DArkle 799G Brighton 34 113 fast 21 107 1 11 li 2 S D McCthyTlie Wrestler Gowan Castlewood 75919 Brighton 34 1121 fast 5 100 3 5 6 5 55S D McC thy Jacobite Tom McGrath Besom COMEDIENNE ch m 5 by Plaudit Maxine Elliott Kelso Stable Weight today 108 76147 Brighton 1116117 fast 5 112 2 3 3 4 3h 3 R McDanl Arasee GeorgeGHall Killiecranklc 7977 Imitator7r921 Brighton 34 ling fast 95 123 3 45 54 55J R McDanUacobite Live Wire Imitator Trouvpur7i843 7r921 Brighton 34 113 fast 710 107 1 1 1 1 1 ° R McDanlGrimaldl Sarachipsca Trouvpur 7i843 Brighton 34 113 good 25 107 1 1 2 2l 2U R McDanlTomMcGrath Saracinpsca Big BPII 75477 Latonia 34 l12g fast 4 115 6 666 5 71V Powers Prince Ahmed Apache Balhus BISKRA br f 3 by Hermcnce Africa B C Murray Weight today 101 1017COS1 7COS1 Brighton 1116147 fast 10 101 4156 C O JCulleri Trash Monocle Gowan 7r956 Brighton 34 114 fast 20 102 12 12 11 9 61 Cullen Black Mary Great Pirate Gowan 75867 Brighton 34 113 fast 40 102 4 35 5s o9 Cullen Black Mary Besom Araseo Araseo756SS 756SS Shcepshd 61 f 1202 fast 100 103 7 9 11 11 II14 Cullen Q Marguerite Cressina Imitator 72014 Benning 51 f 110 fast 20 101 12 13 13 13 13 Cullen Bellwether ApToddy LaughEyea ZAL ch c 4 by First Mate Emerald W Gerst Weight today 113 75977 Brighton 34 1133 fast 20 120 1 23 41 4 S J Lee Jacobite Live Wire Imitator Mortiboy74SSS 75177 Latonia 1 142 good 41 106 3 1 1 1 4 4 i Ileidel Kerchcval The Minks Mortiboy 74SSS Louisville 34 113 fast 115 110 3 3 2 3 4 Heidel Honest Dainty Dame Balbus 74939 Louisville 1 1392 fast 2 10S 5 1 1 1 31 4 Heidel Darknlght Lens Plantland KILLRAIN b c 3 by Rainbow Resaca C Woodford Weight today 100 1007KOSO 7KOSO Brighton 34 113 fast 20 100 13 11 14 14 14 C L MillcrHcknows Whin Top Bocma 75470 Gvesend Ab34 109J fast 100 85 7 788 S2 C Miller Rialto Pantoufle Bat Masterson 75392 Gvesend Ab34 109J slop 30 90 8 888 8 O L MillcrPeler Quince Dreamer KingCobalt 75265 Gravesend 34 109 fast 200 106 7 788 S 1O Miller KCobnlt BabyWolf BarMasterson HELEN SHEA b f 4 by Pontiac Alacrity R H Lee Weight today 108 7996 Brighton 34113 fast 30 108 7 678 S lIIornor TheWrcstlpr QMarguerite Gown 75142 Gvesend Ab34 1098 fast 200 90 9 10 10 0 210 T Koorner SImHonours Frizette Frank Lord 74664 Pimlico 78 134J hvy 15 100 7 3 2 2 6 Gts T Koerner Lady G Spanker WLackaye Canvas 74626 Pimlico 51 f 110 hvy 15 95 5 33 3 3 T Koerner Woodllne Hailcloud Aqueduct Fourth Race [4th New York] FOURTH RACE 1 Mile 3ycarolds Handicap 70010 1372 3 111 ARASEE b g 3 by Blues Bunch S Emery Weight today 105 76147 Brighton 1 116 117 mud 11 101 1 1 1 1 I4 I5 Sweet GGIIall Comedienne Killipcrkk 76053 Brighton 1 116 l45g fast 12 97 1 1 1 1 I2 1 Sweet Geo G Hall Druid Crack Shot 75956 Brighton 31 114 fast 2J 99 13 866 71 Fulton Fulton75S67 Black Mary Great Pirate Gowan 75S67 Brighton 34 1131 fast 85 109 2 2 2 2 3l Notter Black Mary BcSom Earls Court 75763 Sheepshead 1 139 fast S 93 4 2 2 1 1s I2 Sweet SweetBOUQUET JasBBrady GreatPirate Frizette FrizetteWeight BOUQUET b f 3 by Kinley Mack Briar Sweet J B Haggin Weight today 115 75978 Brighton 1 140 fast 75 110 3 2 2 2 1 2n R McDanIFalcada Spooncr 923 Brighton 1 139 fast 1110 107 3222 25 21 R McDanIBig Chief Tennis 75602 Shcepshd 61 f 119 fast 85 102 2 22 23 2H Siireve Rosebcn Jubilee Timber 75492 Sheepsnd 61 f 119 fast 6 100 4 333 2i Shrove Baby Wolf Notasnlga Falcnda 75247 Gvesend Ab34 110 fast 3 119 C 6 G 5t 5 = 1 W Doyle Berry Maid Cressina Julia Powel QUESTION MARK ch c 3 by Goldcrest Rose Ban W Lakeland Weight today 117 7fl19 Brighton 1 116 146 mud 2 113 3 2 2 2 2h 32S J Lee Far West Lnlly DArkle 75941 Brighton 1 116 1462 fast 85 114 244 2 2 2 R McDanIBlack Oak DArkle Tourenne Tourenne7E8S4 7E8S4 Brighton 1 139 fast 75 118 3 1 1 1 1J 21 J Lee Falcada Great Pirate Live Wire 75791 Sheepsd 1 116 14S2 mud 710 116 211 1 1 15 J Lee Delirium George G Hall Zlenap 75713 Sheepshd 1 1S 1512 fast 6 109 5 4 3 4 2 22 J Lee Big Chief Antaeus Castlewood BLACK OAK blk c 3 by Flying Lemur Black Poplar P S P Randolph Weight today 110 76105 Brighton 1 116 148 good 2 121 1 1 1 1 2 21 Leach Ohert Corncob Irish Lace 75997 Brighton 1 1S 154 fast 5 110 1 1 1 1 H 2 Notter Cairngorm Bedouin Lally 75941 Brighton 1 116 14G2 fast 12 99 4 1 1 1 11 I1 D McC thy Question Mark DArkle Tourenne TourenneMONOCLE MONOCLE b c 3 by Jack Point Eylet R R Mandlebaum Weight today 104 76151 Brighton 1 1 16 117 mud 4 106 1 1 1 1 1s D McCMbyCraok Shot Ohprt Great Pirate 76081 Brighton 1 116 147 fast 3 106 721 1 22 21 D McCthyTrasii Gowan Complete 7f995 Brighton 1 116 147 fast 4 100 6 3 1 1 l 1 D McCthyMolesey Coat of Arms GcoGHall 75900 Brighton 1 116 148 fast 4 110 8 4 4 3 2 3s Amtdon Golconda Florence II Chaplet 756CS Slieepsd 1116147 fast 10 110171313 S 51 59J Amidon George G Hall Delirium Montaub WILD REFRAIN br f 3 by Ben Brush Harpsichord J L McGinnis Weight today 99 99756SS 756SS Shcepshd 61 f 1202 fast 20 9 S 11 10 103 10 Lang Qu Marguerite Cressina Imitator 75624 Shcepshd 1 12 231 fast 8 101 2 1 1 4 5 72S D McCthy BJonathan Bcauclere Killiccrkip 75472 Gvesend 1 1S l55gfast 2 103 3 6 4 4 I2 1 Notter Montauk Golconda Geo G Hall CORNCOB b c 3 by Nasturtium Cornelia E L Norton Weight today 105 7610 Brighton 11161MS good 85 116 4 7 6 6 3 321 R MeDanlObert Black Oak Irish LKP 7Wir Brighton 1 116 i47g fast 4 116 444 4 48 4S R McDanIGreat Pirate Castlewood Gowan 75913 Brighton 1 116 147J fast 2 114 642 4 42 471 Notter Kllisdale Lally Colonel White 75S61 Brighton 1 116 147 fast 115 109 3 1 1 1 I3 1B R McDanIMolescy Greeno George G Hall JULIA POWEL ch f 3 by Watercress Cottage Girl W B Jenningsl Weight today 111 111759S 759S Brighton 34 112 fast 12 101 2 477 SI0lMusgrvo HSoverclgn King Cobalt Dreamer 75587 Sheepshd 1 1S 153 fast 2 111 2 1 1 1 21 3 = Musgrve Stamina Beckon Home Again 75493 Sheepshd 1 140 fast 8 115 233 3 4ll 3JS Musgrave Monopolist Rosimiro ShadGlance 75247 Gvesend Ab34 110 fast 41 114 1 2 2 2l 331 Garner Berry Maid Cressina Zlenap THE DANE b c 3 by Bassetlaw Krudane A G Blakeley Weight today 93 937012S 7012S Brighton 1 116 IMS fast 30 97 1 S 9 9 5 4J Sweet Montrope Imitator Coat of Arms 76081 Brighton 1 116 147 fast 15 9S 6 6 7 8 S S Schmidt Trash Monocle Gowan 7599S Brighton 1 116 14S fast 30 107 11 S 11 10 10 10CJGilbcrt Complete Sanguine Chaplet 70137 Brighton 31 114 fast 100 9 9 9 92 F Swain Sanguine Youthful Fresh G97S2 Sheep Bay 5 12 f 109 fast 112 19 19 19 19 19 Garner Earl G Scallop Wild St IMPORT b c 3 by Peep oDay Auntie Mum F W Hnaley Weight 76169 Brighton 1 11 2072 slop 7 102 2 4 3 4 42 5lsJGarncr Cairngorm Colonel White 76107 Brighton 118153 good 5 97 I 2 2 2 22 2J Gilbert TBonero PlnsNceilles I I760SI 760SI Brighton 1 116 147 fast 12 105 998 9 7 7lliCrowlcy Trash Afonocle Gowan 75958 Brighton 1 116 1462 fast 31 102 1 1 2 2 2 22 E Dugan Frizette Chaplet Grcono Page 5 Third Race [3rd Fort Erie] THIRD RACE 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Selling 0421G 111J 112 SIGNER HILL b e 5 by Orlando Hann Bell J Evermanl Voisht foday 104 1047S772 7S772 Latonia 7S 127E good 100 113 0 9 10 10 105 W C Ross Heine Mary Talbott Lady Carol 75072 Latonia 1 l40 fast 100 100 2 4 5 5 4J 5 ° Glasner Director Iretcnsioii Lady Kstlier Kstlier75GIO 75GIO Latonia 7S 1278 fast 40 102 5 11 11 11 12J 121 S Flynn Geneva S Deacon Hazelthorpe 75524 Latonia 31 ll3g fast 125 IOC 7 879 53X Glasner B XI Fry Geneva S Lady Carol 75127 Latonia 7S l27i fast 30 109 6 8 11 9 9 9 J Tas Hogg Deacon Miss Strome Couvolo C J CELLA br c 3 by Semoronius Laura Ethel F Cook Weight today 93 9375S50 75S50 Windsor 7S 129J fast 10 112 10 7 5 t si 9 Nicol lUueLee T of Spades SenBarrett 75749 Windsor 31 115 fast 12 OS 3 2 1 li 2l Fbroflier Euripides Margaret Ballot Box 75535 Hamilton 34 1162 Rood 10 108 4 22 2 = CX Fbrother ComicOpera TreyofSpades Capstan Capstan754G4 754G4 Hamilton 5J f 1OSJ fast 2 110 7 6 6 6s 4 Fhrother LMinnie MSigsbee GCClawson SNAKE MARY b f 3 by Sorcerer Minnie Alphonse W Grater Weight today 93 937oC16 7oC16 I atonia 7S l27g fast 13 IOC 4 2 4 4 Ileldel Benand Hollow QueeiisDaughter QueeiisDaughter7S03C 7S03C Louisville 24 l13g fast 17 91 4 9 9 S 9 = JKdiniston TopsyRoblnson Mannoreau Hollow 74919 Louisville 34 115J good 125 103 7 31 ij ink Heldel MaieFIetener JolmLoiils TDuniloii TDuniloii74SG5 74SG5 Louisville 5J f 109 hvy 3110 91J 8 77 5i 4J J Butler BouBard PlrateDIana LMcLean EMINOLA br f 4 by Aloha Eminence J C Smith AVeiuht today 105 7C110 Windsor 34 l15g slow C 105 1 3 3 12 12 C II ShiygHollow Kate Carney Maycella Maycella7C043 7C043 Windsor 34 115 hvy 20 103 9 C 7 6 4 C H ShUgBelmere Fleming Refined Refined75S91 75S91 Windsor 1 18 fast 40 101 fi 4 5 11 123 12 iWhitnIng Imbodcn Golf Ball Usury Usury7ES2S 7ES2S Windsor 34 1122 fast GO 99 8 77 fi G 3 J R McFnKedondo Mlnot Edgelys EdgelysZK51 ZK51 iYJiidSK 1 JS l 2 4 2 S 3 3 6 l I iWSSla 2 v i48Ut Uiwvepgi COLONEL FAVERDALE br c 3 by Colonel Wheeler Sweet Faverdale A M Orpon Weight today 98 754S5 Hamilton 34 114 fast 7 31 0 3 1 1 = 2J IMuiir Temmeraire IdaRcck Left Guard 75334 Hamilton CJ f 109 fast 3 101 G C 5 1J l Flirotlier GoldBars ESAVIuttaker LLissak 75205 Toronto 34 114 fast 25 110 3 11 Ink 4 7 Foley Harcourf Night Mist Goes Fast 751CO Toronto Im70y 147 fast 2 100 7 2 2 2 2h 3 J Fbrother WllLackaye FrankLalor LLissak LLissakHARRY HARRY RICHESON ch pr 4 by Belvidcrc Villa V G F Calmbach Weight t May 103 75491 Hamilton 1 1411 fast 100 103 C S G 9 9 McCnbe True Boy Conde The Globe 75390 Hamilton 34 113 fast 40 10S S 87 7 7T T Uice Royal Onyx Edgely Euripides Euripides7127G 7127G Hamilton 1 11G 1501 slow 10 10S 1 8 8 S GJ GiA Martin StJcaniie LadylCanna LlttleBoot Fort Erie Entries and Past Performances for Monday, July 27. fort Eric Entries and Past Perfbrniaiices for Monday July 27 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK SLOW FORT ERIE ENTRIES For differences in weight add or deduct 5 points to the pound An extra good I riders average worth is 3 pounds I Racing starts at 245 Chicago time 143 XKuiis well in mud Superior mud runner runnerFirst First Race 58 Mile Mile2y 2y earolds Allowances AllowancesTrack Track record 57 5S 100 2 IIorse7r lud IIorse Rec A Wt Ildcp 7r in Bridooii 105 72 72l01i TtSl Lady Ruby l01i 105 72 iv 5 Florcal rwjflo Miss Alvescot rr rr70S 70S Santa Elena rr7H = Aliss Crittciiilcu r 7 Lady Loot a TiCOS Lady Hawthorne 7VJ1SJ Hawthorne7VJ1SJ Lady flara 7KJ7D Lady Kloauur Second Furlongs2yearolds Race 5 12 Furlongs 2yearolds A Ilowances ack record G ° S0 l0 i 3 10fU 7iir Maxim Gun 1OS 10X72 7 S SJ J Tod 1074 iox7ir iox7ir7C1J2 7C1J2 X7WTlSSs Dan d Noylcs 107 10 X7W TlSSs Lawyer Millar 10 700 Sin Ben Howe 10 X70O X70Oil2 il2 Pleasing KM xf 15 57 S Dearie 100 050 050Third Third Race 34 Mile oyoarolfs and upward Selling Track record 01210 111 A 3 112 JiT Stoner Hill if 72T 72Tusno usno c j cciia ii3i a sj x7ir Ind Horses Rcc A Wt Utlcp Utlcp75Mfi 75Mfi Snake Mary 11 11if if X 705 70110 Eminola 114 I 105 X700 5IS5 X7005IS5 = Colonel Faverdale 1141 98 700 5191 Harry Richeson 11SA 4 KKJ X095 X095Fourth Fourth Race 1 14 Miles MilesCanadian Canadian Derby Value 3500 3500Syearolds Syearolds Allowances AllowancesIOCJ IOCJ 7 080 LAWRCB P DALEY 110 110757SI5 757SI5 Pinkola 119 7000 liX7075S5 Uncle Toliy 207g liX70 75S5 107X707tJiH = Dennis Stafford 107X70 7tJiH Keep Moving 108 725 75870 CIcll Turney i 119X725 Fifth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingTrack Track record 01210 111 J U 112 75927 Dixie Himinel 1 103 X725 X72575S472 75S472 Al Mullcr l12jl 101 720 72075772s 75772s Lady Carol liti 5 101 715 70553 Golden Shore l15ft 4 10 715 4101X710701oS 75772 Miss Strome liJ 4101X710 701oS Temmeraire 114 4 9SX710 9SX710Sixth Sixth Race 1 116 Miles Miles3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingTrack Track record 70325 115 4 109 701 = Tom Dolan l4ij 4 10 X X75S 75S = Dennis Stafford 14IJ 9X 75790 4105X7057U153 Tivoliui 140A 4105X705 7U153 MortilK y 14CJ 4 1057 K K75K 75K San Ardo 4 10 X700 75S22 X70075S22 Washakie 147H 97XfiK 75j07 Alta McDonald 4UK5XG85 4UK5XG85Tlie Tlie figures under Ree fli alxveeiitries show the best time made by the horse at the distance since January 1 190G This lime is not necessarily made by a winner It may be the estimated time of a losing performance First Race [1st Fort Erie] LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED MONDAY FIRST RACE 58 Mile 2yearolds Allowances 57358 1 00g 2 54 Index Course DistTimeTckOdds Wt St StrFin Jockeya Best Company CompanyriIIVONicllt riIIVONicllt f2V to Hastings Bridlepath A M Orpen Wcieht toe ir iri toeir i JIan lto i f 54 fast S5 110 1 1 1 1 = 1 J Foley Cascade Pimpante Speight Lur533o 3 Hamilton 4J f 55J fast 15 102 5 4 12 12 10 ° JPliair Aralia Dorothy Webb Lur 533o Hamilton 12 48 fast 6 107 5 3 2l 2i Harty Brown Tony IMandmore M 5131 Toronto 4i f 57 fast G 112 10 123 1211 Jas Hogg OtsiKeta SouthcrnBride FkitCreck TLOREAL Stevens77U9 b f 2 by Alloway Anyday T H Stevens Weicht today 100 77U9 Latonia 51 f l07g good SO 10G 4 33 3U 3 T Ta Taylor Ada Meade Variation P Lace 75C97 Latonla Ci LaceCi f 1072 fast 25 105 10 11 It 11 105 T Taylor Direct Crystal Maid Dick Roller 75645 Latonia 5J Roller5J f lOSJ fast 55 100 7 6 6 41 25 J Butler Unc Walter WALeach CrysMald 75591 Latonia 5J f l07g fast 175 100 2 G 6 C Ross Warfield A McGec Fundamental MISS ALVESCOT ch f 2 by Alvcscot Flatbush Maid R F Carman Weight today 100 6000 Windsor 4i f 51J fast 10 107 7 5 Gi 5 G Burns Arrowsbaft SBridc AimaLDaky 5907 Windsor 58 l00g fast 15 97 3 3 3 5Z 4 G Burns Cercmonius TheoCook Pearl Point 7ES02 Windsor 5S l02g fast 15 113 5 34 7 llJ Francis ThisBellc SlsPhyllis Dor Webb 73319 S Anita 3J t 41 slop 12 99 4 52 4 J G Burns Valjean HoracelL DofMllan SrANTA DofMllanSrANTA ELENA br f 2 by Pirate of Pcnzancc Enamel W E Oots Weight today 100 V57 S I atonia rl f lOS g good 910 IIOX 3 t 3 44 10 Troxler SwtPippin BtienaVista Ornainosa 75615 Latonia 5J f 1085 fast 40 100 5 5w90 4 5 3J Tl C Ross Uncle V lter Floreal WALench w90 T ttonla 5S l01g fast 2 110 8 7 7 7 7 S Flynn MCrittendcn PointLace Lltuby 1792 Louisville 4J f f 5 fast 3i 10 7 2 3 4J E Martin Serenade LadyLeota Ch Hamilton 74720 IxUisville 12 501 hvy 50 97 5 4 51 GJE Martin Advancing Lillian Ray hiela Cclla7M73 LADY LEOTA ch f 2 by Voter Dovecote L A Cclla Wciirht today 105 Helde7D351 7M73 litonia 58 1014 fast 20 110 r G 4 r 53 3 43 Helde Olive Ely Char Hamilton Chalice 7D351 Ivitonia 5S 1014 fast 3 10G 4 G 3 2 2h 3i E Ma Martin Admonish Olive Ely Buena Vista 75220 Latonia 58 1012 fast 18 107 5 5 5 5 = C 51 51lMlnder = lMlnder Minlc CrystalMaid EIIarwood HapKate 75153 Latonia 58104 slow 15 105 5 55 5 4 4h 47 47S Ildde Ironbound Serenade Alice Balrd LADY HAWTHORNE b f 2 by Ornament Mary ary M G W J Bissell AVeight V today 105 75fns I itonlfi 5J f lOSg fast 125 107 3 10 9 SJ 7 7JTroxler Troxler Plume Admonish Fair Messenger 7517S Lutouia 58 l02i good 120 97 S S 7 72 7 i J Connelly Anne McGec Scmj Scmproni Romp 74SS2 Louisville 41 f 55 good 50 10S G 7 71 6 J Troxler She Wolf Transform Tannie 74739 Louisville 4i t 551 good 70 9S 4 9 10 101U Fogarty Fundamental Anderson Tapioca 74G53 Louisville 12 50R hvy 2 102 5 G TapiocaG 5 412 Fogarty Anderson AVhBread MLawrence LADY CLARA b f 2 by Requital Scottio D T Morris AVeight today 100 iSIS todayiSIS Latonia 5S l02i goo l 120 105 3 2 2 I1 3J Warren QiieensMcssagc IrcneB Oman Ornamosa 75176 Latonia 41 f 55J good 13 103 S 11 101 H16 Frazier Salnward Malecon Abby C CLADY LADY ELEANOR ch f 2 by Don do Oro Eccanana J H Madigan Weight today 74379 Pimlico 12 49g fast 25 99 9 8 11 H2 J Murphy MTGreene OxBelle DandeNo 73637 FGrounds 12 4Sg fast 200 101 7 7 720 721iMulcahy Anne McGee Arionettc Alice Second Race [2nd Fort Erie] SECOND RACE 5 12 Furlongs 2yearolds Allowances G3KJG 1OC S 100 MAXIM GUN ch c 2 by St Maxim Addio Mills F Cook 3ok Weight today 103 7G135 Windsor 34 1112 goodl310 111 1 Nicol 103Nicol Pocotaligo CCardwell InIIunter Windsor 5J f 1OSJ fast 2 103 4 G InIIunterG H ShilgDevansoii Leonard Sister Phyllis tJSl AVindsor 58 102 fast 4 112 1 3 5 41 4 Nicol HighHat MichAngelo MeltonCIoth 75930 Windsor 5J ij MeltonCIothij f l07g fast 31 99 G 5 4 G1 54i G Ross NiggerBaby Hawksflight ThBellc 75S2G Windsor 51 11 f 1062 fast 10 114 1 22 2J 2 Nicol TheoCook NiggerBaby High Hat y Sempronius Ethelinda II L A Colla Weight today 103 11 f 107 fast 113110 G 43 3J 3 i J Lee Waponoca Arondack Terror ilfl07Rfast Terrorilfl07Rfast 10 112 7 53 3 Lang Sir John Ruble Moorish King ii Kingii f 1072 fast 10 115 G 7 G G1 5i Lang Hcl Harvey ThePlppIn MoorKlng MoorKlng5S 3l 1122 fast 10 102 4 76 41 341 Garner Chepontue High Range MoorKlng 5S 101 fast 7 115 5 554 45 Musgravc Lawton Wiggins Esperanto SlrJohu 5 b jr 2 by Box Two Lick J Garson Weight today 100 1005S 5S 102 slow 110 2 1 1 IJ In W Ott Many Colors Chipmunk Lurid if Luridif 1002 fast 12 99 1 1 2 H 2l W Ott Pearl Point Cercmonius Simcoc if Simcocif 107J fast 6 103 G 1 1 I2 1 W Ott Cheek Patriot Autumn Maid 1 f4l08 good 3 100 2 11 Ink 2l W Ott Alice P Point Peacocks Choice R ch c 2 by Kilmarnock Fulano A M Orpen Weiorht today 103 5S 1035S l01g fast S 110 r 44 3U 2 Kennedy Balbek Tapioca Maximum 58 101 fast 15 10S G 97 5t 5 Shea Plaudrnore Tapioca Maximum 7E3G1 Hamilton 41 f 544 fast 5 100 2 5 33 3 = Kennedy Miss Imogene Patriot Alarmist AlarmistBEN BEN HOWE br c 2 by Kinlcy Mack Merry Order D T Morris Weight today 103 75845 Latonia 5J f 108 fast 100 110 10 1 9 m 9i Frazicr Olambala Plume Fair Messenger 7CG97 Messenger7CG97 Latonia 5i f 107 fast 70 111 2 2 C 71 96i Minder Direct Crystal Maid Dick Roller 756 15 Latonia 51 f lOSt fast 55 10G 1 1 3 G G Troxler Uncle Walter Floreal WALeach WALeach740SG 740SG Louisville 58 1002 fast 20 109 5 67 6 = 6 Lloyd Ethelda Semproni Direct 74937 Louisville 5S 1002 fast 25 105 2 1 2 5n 5 Lloyd W A Leach Acquia Direct PLEASING ch K 2 by Royal Flush HI Delight J Gleason Weisrht today 100 76112 Windsor f S l02i slow 8 97 5 9 9 7n 74 Francis DdeXoyles ManyCoIorsChipmunk 76021 Windsor 34 1182 hvy 7 94 4 3 3 2 2 Francis Patriot High Hat Hawkwing 759G5 Hawkwing759G5 Windsor 51 f 1OS good 3 100 1 2 2 2J 51 Francis Alice Dan de Noylcs Pearl Point Point75S71 75S71 Windsor 58 101 fast 3i 91 3 21 2J luk Francis Thistle Belle Chipmunk Lurid DEARIE b f 2 by Deering Lady Fitzsimmons A W Perrin Weight today 100 777GS 100777GS Latonia 51 f 1092 good 10 100110 8 7 7 G V Powers SwtPippin Bueria Vista Ornamosa 75522 Latonia 5S 1002 fast 45 100 14 11 14 14 14 Shirvin J II Reed Admonish Lillian Ray Fourth Race [4th Fort Erie] FOURTH RACE 1 14 Miles Canadian Derby 3ycarolds Allowances 57f S 20 J 1 105 LAWRENCE P DALEY blk c 3 by Lissak Eva Dinsmore F Cook Weight today 110 Doyle7fi9SG 7 OSlt Windsor 1 1lfi l53i hvy 310102 111 1 li I1 C II ShirgMarliii Doyle 7fi9SG AVindsor 51 f lOGg fast 910113 2 333 1i Nicol Billie HIbbS Giles Grncc KirnbaU 75964 Windsor 1 l40g good 75 101 664 2 23 In F Burton Polly Prim Mortiboy The Clown 75908 AVindsor 1 l39g fast 85 105 3 4 3 3 4 45 G Burns Ellicott Martin Doyle Polly Prim 75798 Windsor 51 f 1OCI fast 45 110 5 22 I2 I2 Nicol Momentum Billie HIbbs Blue Lea PINKOLA ch r 3 by Pink Coat Wyola W Fizer Weight today 119 75795 Latonia 1 11G l16g good 115 107 5 1 1 1 I2 I1 Minder Monsignor Kercheval Moqucttc 75G9S Latonia Czar Mouuette Quagga 75501 Latonia 1 1391 fast 910 109 442 1 I1 2i Hcidcl Czar Moquette Skyo 75375 Latonia 1 1401 fast 71 106 322 1 I1 Heldel PrAhmcd WoolSnndals Kercheval 75127 Latonia 1 12 2351 fast 31 114 2 1 1 1 I2 I1 Minder Czar Ordono Sir Cleges ClegesWeight UNCLE TOBY ch c 3 by Toddington Sadness J Dyment Weight today 113 71003 AVindsor 7S 125 fast 4 103 1 G Burns PolIyPrim MAdams Superstition 75S52 Windsor 1 116 l47g fast 4 102 1 1 1 1 11 2 Delaby Polly Prim Tom Dolan Jllyedear 75726 AVindsor 1 141J fast 5 97 4 2 2 2 22 lk Delaby Glimmer Polly Prim Reldmoore 753SS Hamilton 1 116 l47g fast 3 104 3 3 3 5 5 512 J Foley Petulant HIacko Charlie Gilbert GilbertDENNIS DENNIS STAFFORD b g 3 by Galore Emotional J W Howard Weifcht today 107 1077uS53 7uS53 Windsor 78 12SJ fast 85 106 1 S 2 1 I3 21 Francis Petulant Miss Dclaney LCavanagh 75755 Windsor 1 116 147 fast 5 91 G 3 1 1 I1 1s Francis True Boy Goldway Masanlcllo 7EG5G Windsor 1 1402 fast 32 87 5 3 L 1 1s In Francis Gllvedear Petulant Punky Punky7c534 7c534 Montreal 1 1392 fast S5 102 2 2 2 2 2 21 G Swain 1addo Rio Grande Mariposa MariposaKEEP KEEP MOVING b f 3 by Yankee La Polka Mrs M Goldblatt Weight today 103 1037C131 7C131 AVindsor 7S 129 good 12 111 311 1 I3 I1 V Powers Helenl Lady Lissak Desideratum 75127 Latonia 1 12 2351 fast 3 112 4 7 7 7 7 7 V Powers Plnkola Czar Ordono 74SG6 Louisville 1 l42jj hvy 45 106 1 1 1 1 31 2h V Powers Tcrah W T Overton Darknlght I45G1 Lexington 78 131 hvy 32 106 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 V Powers HastyAgnes WhlskBrooin LLady CLELL TURNEY b r 3 by Captain Sigsbce Sister Corona A Turney AVcicht today 119 71S70 AVindsor 1 116 l4 i fast C 101 322 2 2i 43i FHrotlior Glimmi Glimmer Ellicott Solon Shingle 75728 AVindsor 7S 1272 fast 21 102 5 1 3 4 3k in c II ShilgPark Row Miss Delaney TheCIown TheCIown752S7 752S7 Hamilton 1 14 2071 fast 21 126 3 4 4 4 41 0T Harty UncleToby TheShaughraun Tcrah 75232 Toronto 1 1S l53g fast 7 9S 2 1 2 3 31 3s T Rice Ellicott Inferno Cave Adsum 75090 Toronto 1 1S 1572 slow 2 106 6 1 2 2 3i 11 J Bergen Malnchancc Martin Doyle Zipango Fifth Race [5th Fort Erie] FIFTH RACE 34 Mile 3ycarolds and upward Selling 01240 1111 3 112 DIXIE HIMMEL b f 3 by Goldcrest Lady Himmcl J Garson Weight today 103 75927 AVindsor 34 113 fast 45 110 3 11 1 1 J AV Ott Ott75S27 Aphrodite TarMald GrandeDame GrandeDamei 75S27 Windsor 7S l26f fast 5 10013 1 1 1 I2 11 i AV Ott Harcourt St Jeanne Hawkama 75753 AVindsor 78 127 fast 31 101 G 3 1 1 l i 2 J W Ott Ott7E678 Harcourt Giles HIacko HIacko2lEnglder 7E678 Windsor 1 144J slop 115 92 2 1 2 5 5 52lEnglde Hawkama Tcrah Giles 75404 Montreal 34 117 hvy 2 102 4 33 3J 331 McCahey Goldlleart Bellwether KAvondale AL MULLER b g3 by Sorcerer Discard W H Fizer Weizht today 101 7S47 Latonia 31 1134 fast 32 102 3 4 4 2l 2J Minder Apache Geneva S Honest 75771 Latonia 34 1132 good 32 92 1 1 11 1 I I2 2J1 Edmist Edniiston Dainty Dame Miss Alert Honest 756D9 Latonia 31 1122 fast 10 93 2 2 23 3 2 21 i 23 Edmisti Edniiston Joe Moser Honest Mcrrlck 75649 Latonia 34 1131 fast 41 95 G 3 2 31 51 Kdmlst Edmlston Joe Moser Goldpropf Rebel Queen LADY CAROL b m 5 by McNeil Canclla G H Holle Weight today 104 75772 Latonia 7S 127 good 195 111 4 2 1 1 21 2i 351 Heidel Heine Mary Talbott Chase 75629 Latonia 78127 fast G 107 G 3 3 3 42 4 Heidel Director Apache Hannibal Bey 75524 Latonia 34 1131 fast 5 109 2 2 21 1 1 5 3l Heldel E M Fry Geneva S Tamar 75452 Latonia 1 140 fast 1710 111 2221 2 1 2 25 Heldel DFInnell WarncrGriswell Hughes 75272 Latonia 78 l27g good 4J IDS 731 1 1 1s 1s Heldel ETShlpp Miss Strome KcnncwlckGOLDEN KenHcwick GOLDEN SHORE ch g 4 by Golden Garter Elftna 0 E Ware AVeight today 103 10370ui 70ui 8 Anita 34 1153 slow 45 101 5 2 2 21 3J J Burns Ita7il Lord Nelson Rudahek 72975 S Anita G f 121J slow 35 103 2 5 3 1 2 Burns TTnulellcnry Irolilic AVillic Gregg 72298 S Anita 1 1S9 fast 95 107 4 1 1 1 I3 I2 G Burns TImWen JRLaughrey Joaie 72262 S Anita 78 1252 fast 75 100 5 4 4 2 2 4 G Burns Josles Jewel Scar fell Bcllmcnce BcllmcnceMISS MISS STROME b f 4 by Ben Strome Old Miss L A Cella Weight today 101 75772 Latonia 7S l27g good G 109 7 G G G Gi G1J Butler Heine Mary Talbott Lady Carol 7r69S Latonia 1 139 fast SI 98 2 S 3 J Butler Czar Moqnette Pinkola 75631 Latonia 1116146 fast 235100 5 5 2 11 2J Jas Ho StillAIarm DrReeIIuffman Deuce 75559 Latonia 1 116 l46g fast 95 100 7 7 7 S Flynn Quagga Dick Finnell Bcsterlin 75503 Iatonia 1 316 159 fast 10 95 5 3 3 3 11 lk Jas Hogg WaterLake Camille DrLHtilTman TEMMERAIRE b K 4 by Ballyhoo Bey Miss Hamburg J Dyracnt Weight today 98 7G13S AViridsor 51 f 1071 good S 100 5 4 fij 6 4 AVhitning Sen Barrett Edgely Ayr Water 75931 AVindsor 5 f 107 fast 4 95 G C 5 61 531 Deverich Chief Hayes JSertha E Mlnot 75504 Windsor 34 115J fast 41 101 2 3 3 4s 5lu Francis Ida D Alencon Waterhury Waterhury706SO 706SO Windsor 31 l17g slop 85 110 3 22 3 t 32i Deverich MissDelaney Tenakoe PHohenlohc Sixth Race [6th Fort Erie] SIXTH RACE 1 11G Miles 3ycarolds and upward Selling 7025 145 1 100 TOM DOLAN b c 4 by Jean Bcreatid Marshctta W E Phillips Weicht today 103 7H113 AVindsor 78 l2Sg slow 31 10 3 8 8 G 3 = 2 ° k C Ross Polly Prim Cave Adsum Servile 7C022 Windsor 1144 hvy 12 104 3 3759GS 22 2 lot ink c JI ShilgLad of Langdcn Petulant Goldic 759GS Windsor 1 11G 1474 good 125 103 3 11 1 Il 1s G Burns Reldmoore Imboden Zipango 75S52 Windsor 1 116 l47g fast 165103 2 55 3 32 34 Francis Polly Prim Uncle Toby GllTCdcir DENNIS STAFFORD b g 3 by Galorc Emotional J W Howard Weight today 93 7 Sf3 Windsor 78 12SJ fast S5 IWi 1 82 LCavanaghr 1 I3 2i Francis Petulant MissDelancy LCavanagh 7r7G5 AVindsor 1 116 117 fast 5 01 G r 1 1 1 J I3 Francis True Iov Goldway Masaniello 7rfirfi AVindsor 1 140 fast 32 87 5 31 1 1s lh Francis Gilvertear Petulant Punky 75531 Montreal 1 139 fast S5 102 2 2 2 2 21 21 G Swain Yaddo Rio Grande Mariposa 1057f TIVOLINI ch K 4 by Mirthful Flower Dellis L A Cella AVeight today 105 7f Young7574S 7 Latonia 1 116 147 sood 17 lor I S 2 4 4 4s Jas Hogg WaterLake TheThorn Geo Young 7574S Latoniit 1 11G l47g fast 30 107 4444 7 G9 J Butler Lady Esther Water Lake Deacon 75527 Latonia 1 1S 152 fast 115 105 1 4 fi 4 41 52IJHeidel MIssLIda Monsignor BeauBrummel 75402 Latonia 1 116 1464 fast 95 106 G 7 G 4 43 4iV Powers Dr Lee Huffman Charlatan Meadn MeadnMORTIBOY MORTIBOY b c 4 bv Albert Counterbreezo Mrs M Goldblatt Weight today 105 70115 AVindsor 1 1tfi 1 r0 slow 4 115 2 1 3 4 SJ S Ar Iowers fJlIvednar Trtio Bov DIs Bon KoftAaly7C011 7 OG2 Windsor 1 116 1478 fast 21 109 552 5 ij 7iA Powers Cospolltan Gllvedear KoftAaly 7C011 AVindsor 1 l42g hvy 9 93 2 5 5 5 5J 58i C Ross Reidmoore Polly Prim The Clown 75964 AVindsor 1 IMOigood 12 01 1 3 5 4 4l 331 G Burns L P Daley Polly Prim T Clown ClownSAN SAN ARDO ch c 4 by The Greek Typhoon A W Porrin AVeight today 103 1037G30 7G30 Latonia 1 116 1471 fast 35 100111312 11 II2 llz S Flynu Fimiciilaire Charlatan Ronebrake 75302 Latonia 1 116 1472 good 130 112 S 8 7 5 4 G8 Neulert Gilvedear Salnesaw Aunt Rose 75227 Latonia 114208 fast 90 110 2 2 2 4 5 515 Neubert Hughes AVarner Grlswcll Gnmllle 74700 Louisville 1 14S8 hvy 350 106 4 G G fi G GB B 5Ji Neubert Quagga Plantland Dr McCluor McCluorWASHAKIE WASHAKIE b c 3 by Ornament Annio C G W J Bissoll Weight today 97 75822 Latonia 1 11G 1 MSg good 1 10GJ fi 674 41 531 Troxler Masson Spunky Kcnncwlck 75723 Latonia 1 11G 147 fast 51 108 11 9 8 4 32 3 G Ross Oallileo The Thorn Kennmvlck 75671 Latonia 31 1151 fast G 10719 11 S G2 2 Troxler Illicit Lignando Edgar Hill Hill7t613 7t613 Latonia 1 116 1462 fast 35 105 185 4 4J 455 Glasner Mirzer MaryTalbott Hos Hyphen ALTA MDONALD b c 4 by Sanders Golden Hopes A L Poole AVeicht today 1Q3 1Q375UG7 75UG7 AVindsor 1116118 good 30 102 7 9 S S S 8 JG Swain Granada Golf Ball Gllvedear Gllvedear7fS29 7fS29 AVindsor 1 316 201 J fast 10 IOG 10 7 S G Gs 6s Francis TShaiighraun DStrome SMidway 75755 Windsor 1 116 147 fast 30 103 8 11 10 10 9s 9fW Ott Dennis Stafford True Boy Goldwa Goldwa756S1 756S1 Windsor 1 116 1521 slop 5 101 6 5 4 4 45 410IJbrother Zipango Petulant Dunvegan Butte, Montana, Racing Results. BUTTE MONTANA RACING RESULTS lite Dist Time Winner Second Wt WtCorelli Third Wt WtAthgold Jockey July IS 12 4S5 Colum Maid MaidllrJ Corelli 102 102The Athgold 100 100Columbia Vandusen 125S llrJ Maud S The Mouser105 Columbia Girl 107 107Rare M Nelson 5S5S 5S 102 Lena Lech Lech1OOJ Jane Laurel 100 100Mary Rare China OS OSPlatoon Kirschbaum 5S 1OOJ Sevenfull Mary F 114 114Elie Platoon 101 101Bardonia Kirsclibaum 1 143 Martinmas Elie 103 103Eduardo Bardonia 04 04Merlingo E Sullivan 1 18 18July 155 Lucy Marie Eduardo 115 Merlingo 115 115AVater E Clark July 20 5S 102 Sid Silver Kenil worth 122 AVater Wagon 113 McKinnon 7S 129 Salpearl Petaluma 111 Helisme 117 117Jillett Post 114 FK thcRcur Aunt Hala J8 Jillett 105 105Native Otis 47 P Mahonc Brush Up 107 107Lucian Native Son 105 105Shady Vandusen 143 Surety Lucian 105 105Task Shady Lad 105 105Peerless W Fischer FischerStevens 143 Dick Redd Task MastcrlOl Peerless Liiss 112 112Hersain Stevens July 21 12 47 Mis Pride Ray Eganl07 Hersain 105 105Eonite Groth 47i Aquiline Biilreed 105 Eonite 102 102Harry Singleton 5 12 f 10 Minnie Semproelle 105 Harry Stanhope 102 Post 1 1421 Tim Vtn Bellsnicker 111 Mabel Hollander 102 102Nabonassar Butwell 1 145 Ten Tray II IIf Meadowhn 11 11Husky Nabonassar 110 110Dixie Otis 5 12 12July f 108 Canardo Husky 104 104Joltcr Dixie Lad 101 101Beaumont Aanduscn July 22 12 4S The Slicker Joltcr 105 105Decklaw Beaumont 102 102Star Huestis 78 130 Cerro Santa Decklaw 107 Star Martin ia5 ia5Succeed Kirsclibaum 1 J Kumiss Q Caroline lot Succeed 1O1 1O1Salvage E Clark 115 Harvcl Aunt Hala OS Salvage 109 109Patriotic Singleton Golden Winelll Patriotic 104 104Benvolio M Sullivan 158 Elie Chippewa 120 Benvolio 119 119Bill U Stuart 4SJ Contingent Char Egan102 Bill Bagwell 107 107Aunt AVoods 4 Knight Deck Gretchcn G110 G110Daring Aunt Kit 110 110Nabonassar Huestis 1 15S 143 Royal Bon Daring 108 108Native Nabonassar 10S 10SMary Otis 5S 100 Booger Red Native Son 101 Mary F 112 112Prince Huestis 1 44 Card Sarto Redmont 109 Prince Frederick 112 112Mike Shriner 1 1S 1SJuly 155 Kogo Legatee 110 Mike Jordan 100 100Aaloski E Clark July 21 5 12 f 1071 Blk Domino Salva U 107 Aaloski 101 101Lord Shriner 7S 7S7S 12 Peer Lass Hogarth 112 Lord Rossington 107 107Burnolette II Stuart 7S 121 Galvanic Lcrida 102 Burnolette 110 110Rose Groth 5 12 f lOSt Sid Silver Salvage 10 Rose Daly 101 101Tarn McKinnon 142 J Cold Wine Tea Tray 11107 Tarn OS OSThe E Clark 114 Harvel Decklaw 109 The Roustabout 121 Blair Dick Welles' Half-Brother Disappoints. DICK AVELLES HALFBROTHER DISAPPOINTS Security the erratic but speedy halfbrother to Dick Welles hardly met the high expectations of his future career that led Sam Hildreth to give 8500 for him when as a yearling he was sold at Sheepshead Bay September 2 1904 Still he was not exactly a failure His winning the Great Trial Stakes at Sheepshead Bay when a twoyearold brtuight in 19550 and alone was sufficient to jus ¬ tify the price paid for him There has never been any doubt as to the speed of Security Time and time again he amply demonstrated that he could ruii fast enough to satisfy any owner But from the outset of his twoyearold career he was a bolter and by this disagreeable habit lost races that he would otherwise have won and besides was given to sulking at times Measurably he has sobered down and last winter at Oakland and this summer at Seattle has ranked high among the sprinters on the coast At Seattle recentlv he failed at a mile but that may have been more a matter of training than inability to stay the route When a threeyearold he ran well at a mile and Hildreth had suiuVient eonlidence in him as a stayer to start him In the Brooklyn Ilandieap His record is as follows Year Age Sts 1st 2d d Ullp AVon 1905 2 0 2 4 20850 20850wo wo 12 4 2 i r nri 1907 4 14 7502 4820 1908 5 12 7 i i y 2oo Running Water's Successful Career. RUNNING AVATERS SUCCESSFUL CAREER CAREEROne One of the crack nice mares of recent years Run ¬ ning Witer has been a decided disappointment so far this year It Is not that she cannot run fast but that she is track weary and will not In her work she shows but little if any loss of her old time speed but when It comes to racing she simply does not extend herself Later in the year at tho time when mares are at their best a change of mood may come that will result in races won But wonBut if Running Water does not win another race she already has to her credit sufficient in money won to give her a place in the list of great winners and has scored many notable triumphs in competition with highclass racers Among her Victories she has in her honorable record the Alabama Stakes Albany Handicap Great Filly Stakes Ramapo Han ¬ dicap Belmoiit Park Autumn AVeightforAg r Race hdgemere Stakes Merchants and Citizens Hand cap Hosebuds Stakes Saratoga Cup and the Second Special Evidently she has a right to bo tired of racing Her record of performances and earnings is as follows followsRunning Running AVater 1903 b m by Sir Dixpn Break ¬ water Vear Age Sts 1st 2d Rd Unp Won 190 2 11 4 2 2 i7tno i7tnolow low i s 5 i 2 22440 1907 4 10 5 1 7 12510 125101JOS 1JOS 5 4 t 0 J 2 1225 Page 6 Some Remarkable Racing Dreams.: Thormanby Relates Some Astonishing Tales of the Turf Occurring in England. SOME REMARKABLE RACING DREAMS Thormanby Relates Somo Astonishing Tales of the Turf Occurring in England EnglandO O all forms of superstition by which sportsmen of the gambling sort are affected the most preva ¬ lent I think is the belief in dreams as prophetic of future events writes Thormanhy in the London Sportsman And it must he admitted that there is some ground for such holier for iu many cases wonderful tips have come from dreamland I have collected a few of these as samples and I have no doubt most readers could add to the list listAbout About a mouth before the Derby of 1S73 Mrs Peters the wife of the steward at a certain London club where a large Derby sweepstakes was made up every year dreamed that one of the members had sold his chaiice to her husband and that the horse won the race At breakfast next morning she told him her dream The steward who was very skep ¬ tical about such matters laughed at her but asked the name of the horse Doucaster she answered I saw it as plainly as I see this cup and saucer and the whole thing was so vivid that I am sure theres something in it Iooh pooh old girl Doneaster hasnt a chance replied her worscr half Ive backed the winner and his names Kaiser and you shall have a new bonnet put of the stakes stakesThe The lady shook her head and stuck to her text though she knew it was no use arguing A few flays before the great event came off one of the members of the club said to the steward I say Peters I sail on Monday for the east and I want to get rid of this ticket Everybody says the horse lias 110 chance and if you can get some one to give a guinea for it let me know Peters looked at the name on the ticket and read Doncaster Now whether he bethought him of his wifes dream and the peculiar coincidence influenced him or whether it was done in a spirit of pure speculation it wpuld he useless to inquire hut Mr Peters reply was All right sir and theres the guinea and if nobody will have it I will keep it not but what 1 feel sure that Kaiser will win winThe The ticket was at once transferred to him and lie actually offered It to several gentlemen who promptly refused it When the great day arrived and Mr James Merrys horse was declared the winner to the great astonishment and consternation of a good many people Mr Peters had the satisfac ¬ tion of pocketing lTO sovereigns Perhaps you wont poohpooh my dreams next time cried the missis exultiugly when he told her the good news newsThere There seems to have been something very pecu ¬ liar and ominous about this horse Doncaster for Mrs Peters was not the only person whose slum ¬ bers he invaded On the Sunday morning previous to the Derby the wife of a costermonger Timsou by name woke the partner of her bed by singing out lustily the boy in yuller wins the day Ned Tim son who had been bawling mackerel all the previ ¬ ous day and had been taking the hoarseness out of his throat the previous night with sundry pots of fourale wild at being aroused out of his refresh ing slumbers gave her a thump and told her to shut up When they were both awake he asked her yhat she meant by kicking up that row Then she told him that she had dreamed she was on Epsom Downs and had seen a jockey in yellow pass all the other horses and everybody shouted the hoy in yaller wins the day That you know Ned was a song my mother used to sing that shed heard some great actress sing when she was a girl If theres a jockey iu yaller Id put a bit on him if I was you Shut up your silly mug growled Ned who put as little confidence in dreams as did our friend the steward stewardBut But these skeptical gentlemen are sometimes not jtiite so skeptical as they would fain make be ¬ lieve and when Mr Edward Timson who was a lilt of a sporting man in his way saw the horses taking their preliminary canter and one of the jockeys dressed in yellow James Merrys colors he clapped all the money he had in his pocket thirty shillings upon the boy in yellow and pock ¬ eted forty yellow boys for his pluck It was the making of him he Ijpught a new horse and cart and christened the former Yellow Hoy while Sal you may be sure did not forget to exult abtmt her dream She became a celebrity of the neighbor ¬ hood and was regarded by her pals as a sort of Cas ¬ sandra as no doubt she was in some respects when she had imbibed too many halfquarterns of gin ginMy My next Doncustrian anecdote is not exactly a dnam story though its hero was a sleeping man it belongs rattier to that class of superstition which the Romans included under divination the fore ¬ shadowing of coming events by some chance inci ¬ dent or stray word A sporting man of my ac ¬ quaintance was traveling into Scotland by the Flying Scotchman and having fallen asleep was awakened by the guard shouting Doncaster Don caster Eli by jove he cried starting up and rub ¬ bing his eyes you dont say so has Merrys horse then really won wonThe The guard was so struck by the words that he related them to several people I should take It as a tip suggested one He caught at the idea put half a sovereign on the horse and made twenty twentyBut But not even yet have I finished with this won ¬ derful Doncaster and his lucky omens There was a commercial traveler named Ilamsdcn nephew of a wellknown trainer who though he had a great taste for racing never staked a farthing upon siny other event than the Derby but regularly every year put his fiver upon his fancy for the Blue Hi Land It so happened however in the contrariety of things in general that he was never able to pay a visit to the Downs on the great day as in that week his Dublin journey was always due His manner of selecting his horse was singularly origi ¬ nal he never took a tip never allowed his judg ¬ ment to be inlliicneed as far as putting on his monoy went by any sporting organ he appealed purely and simply to blind chance in this manner Ilk wrote out the names of all the horses that ran each upon a separate slip of paper rolled each up into a little i ellet then taking the lot up in his hand cast them with as much force as he was able against the wall of his room and backed the horse that relx unded farthest Though the ex ¬ periment had not been successful on the whole it was eminently so for the Derby of 1ST for the pellet he picked up had Doncaster inscribed upon uponAnother Another famous dream horse was Blue Gown The following story was related to me by a sport Jiig writer as a personal experience After that famous Derby was run I went off to finish the night at Crcmorne I had scarcely passed through the gates when I met a pal in the commercial Hue in verv high spirits who asked me to come and have a drink I have just landed a thou over Blue own he said and it is the queerest story you have ever lieard I fancied Roslcrucian and had a bit put on him when I dreamed the funniest dream You know Im in the hosiery line Well I was down at Manchester a few weeks back and one night 1 dreamed n lady came to me and said Mind I shall require a blue gown to match with the stockings you have given me Well I never take any notice of such things and certainly I never thought of connecting it with Hawleys horse Hang me if two nights afterwards I didnt dream precisely the same thing over again I began to think It rather singular hut still the coincidence never dawned upon me though 1 actually dreamed it n third time But it was now so very extraordinary lhat I mentioned the circumstance to a friend Its a tip for the Derby as sure as youre alive he cried at once May on all you know and Ill go In with you Then It seemed to come upon me all at once and I could not understand how I could have been fiuih a fool as not to see it before I didnt lose a moment in putting on Blue down every farthing I could scrape up and this showing a roll of bank notes is the result resultAbout About the same time a man named Lowry who had been a tout to Henry Padwlck was lying dan ¬ gerously 111 bis life being despaired of Look here my girl he said to his wife one morning get together all the money you can and put it on Blue Gown for thats the Derby winner for this year I mightnt live to see it but its a dead certainty as sure as you are here La Tim what makes you tliliik that inquired tbe wife Because its come to me in my sleep he an ¬ swered sweredShe She had the courage to follow his advice and though he was under the turf Iwfore the event came off she made a nice little sum by the tip to console her widowhood and give her a good chance for an ¬ other hushand The triple dream I have just mentioned had a parallel some years previously A man named Ooakely a chemist and tlruupiet at Stockbridge line night In the spring of 1845 dreamed that he Haw Pyrrhus the First win the Derby He was not a betting man so he could not understand what had put the horse into his head he was still more puzzled when he dreamed the same thing m the following night he was yet more as ¬ tounded when It returned on the third Being ac ¬ quainted with John Day who as everybody knows lived in the neighborhood he told him about this curious vision of the night I should back him was the worfhy trainers advice The chemist very wisely took It and made more by that tip in a day than he would have done by pills in a year yearFor For my next anecdote I must go as far back as 18 A provincial actor named Freeman very well known in bis time while performing In some country town had bis bcnelit lixcd for the Derby night In those days of small salaries the benelit was the actors main dependence to clear off debts stock him with clothes and prepare him for his next engagement ami the choice of a piece likely to prove the most attractive was a matter requiring the most careful attention and a source of much anxiety Mr Freeman on the present occasion found the task so difficult and was so worried by contlictlng ideas that he was almost ill One night his wife awoke him with Mini did you hear that No he said What 1 heard a voice say quite distinctly that if you imt up The Flying Dutchman for your bene ¬ fit youll have the biggest house of the season Good Lord cried Freeman I never thought of that piece and that is the name of the Derby favorite A splendid idea Ill do it if the horse were to win it would fill the house houseHe He lost no time in issuing the bills those in the town who had bet on the horse thinking it a lucky tip took tickets and when the news came that Flying Dutchman had won the Blue Riband numbers of people struck by the coinci ¬ dence flocked to the theater filling it from floor to ceiling and making it indeed as the mysterious voice had prognosticated the biggest house of the season Pari-Mutuel Betting In France.: How the System Came Into Use and How It Is Operated by the Government. PARIMUTUEL BETTING IN FRANCE How the System Came Into Use and How It Is Operated by the Government Sterling Hellig writes from Paris of the pari mutuel OH its native heath in the following fashion fashionThe The French government Itself administers the parimutuel system of betting on the track as a lesser gambling evil and in the name of Parisian prosperity prosperityYears Years ago they learned that mere spectacular horse racing appeals only to the rich and none too much to them This was as long ago as 1S87 when the famous Goblet circular stopped short all betting and put a whole Paris season to the bad financially financiallyLong Long before bookmakers with their only cer ¬ tain capital of a big advertising umbrella failed to meet the growing needs of the democracy for betting Up there rose a genius Joseph Oiler the inventor of the parimutuel at first called the totalizer a great omnibus booth hauled to the track having numerous dials to indicate the number of flat bets put on each horse When the race was run they totalized the dollar bets on all the losers and divided them among the total dollar bets upon the winner less ten per cent for M Oilers pocket pocketThe The democracy had confidence in the expensive omnibuses M Oilers success was so vast that he lost his head In the full Boulevard des Italiens lie set up his great Agence Oiler where no matter who the young clerk unprotected as of Sundays by his girl and in particular the middleaged trusted employe could put his dollar or his hundred on a horse while passing by to lunch It was too much We cant have public gambling in midParis was the general sentiment and the judicial appa ¬ ratus promptly declared M Oilers vast plant Paris rental twenty totalizing omnibuses and the rest a game of chance not only in town but out on the track as well wellIt It was a heavy blow to democratic gambling The bookmakers risking no expensive apparatus came back and were tolerated ten years but dem ¬ ocracy does not like to trust its cash to an unknown man with an umbrella and as last bookmaking welching scandals brought about the Goblet cir ¬ cular in 1SS7 At one fell swoop all gambling was prohibited on all Parisian tracks tracksFirst First there were trackside riots Then attend ¬ ance at the races fell oft so alarmingly that the Parisian springsummer season felt the Influence sporting Paris languished wealthy tourists stayed not fashions had no climax in the unattended race meets leading up to the Grand Prix and Paris com ¬ merce joining with the influential race societies horse breeding and agricultural syndicates forced the government to reestablish mutuel betting bettingThe The bookmakers became gentlemen No money passed iipoti the track There was no betting ring there is none now The gentlemanly bookmakers just lounged at ease in certain parts of each subur ¬ ban paddock the mushroom pavilion for Long champs and took bets by nods and fingers from sports they could trust At night bookmakers and sports met at the club of the Boulevard and paid their differences differencesOf Of course this close bookmaking could not bring prosperity to the Parisian tracks The democratic pelouse entrance price is only forty cents the swell pesage 4 yet even on the fashionable Grand Prix this year the cheap entrances ran up to 1450000 francs against 1040000 for the pesage Tlie cheap public by its numbers is the true Parisian money producer and on ordinary race days its receipts are triple those of the more fashionable side with its deadheads owners club members and their friends And in those days when betting was the appanage of a few nodandfinger sports the paying fashion ¬ able side receipts likewise had fallen lamentably lamentablyFor For Parisian prosperity they called back M Oiler He was ready with a new Invention called the counting ticket a good thing for him be ¬ cause today the privilege of making it is all thats left him himWith With the counting ticket mutuel betting could expand to the needs of Parisian democracy to blow its hardearned money Also the vast mob of moneyspending tourists who had no acquaintance to bet on parole and ninetenths of the fashion ¬ ables whose parole was no good found that the parismutuels filled a longfelt want wantParismutuels Parismutuels dont mean Paris mntuals Par is bet mutuel is mutual mutual liet but the s tagged to each for plural makes pads bets look like the name of the town townThese These counting tickets by ingenious order num ¬ bers show at a glance the race horse and number of unity bets sold by the booth up to your tickets issue on the horse you bet on onIn In the first year 1SSS the parismutuels held 100000000 francs of stakes M Oiler whose com ¬ mission was reduced to eight per cent thus pock ¬ eted S000000 francs less what he had to give back to the race societies But they were glad to have his system and were tender with him himOnce Once again it was too good He who built the Moulin Houge and lost it the father of the Jardin de Paris the Casino the Olympia and the Iloche chouart Swimming Baths has always erred by doing things too well In 1S01 the French parliament edified by the jierfectly correct functioning of bis parismutuels complimented M Oiler authorized all race societies to use his system and then coolly took it from him himYes Yes the French state authorized the system on condition that itself should handle and distribute all its profits What these profits were last year you can see for yourself They were eight per cent on 21442770 francs the total sum risked in tha parismutuels around Paris as follows Longchamps Ei24ri040 francs Chantilly 104GOS40 francs Au teuil 74CS145 francs St Cloud 359 1U5 francs Vincennes 11217700 francs St Ouen 32o4SCyO francs MaisonsLaflitte oSOS3G50 francs Enghlen 127040 francs and Le Tremblay 1C740SSO francs francsEight Eight per cent the French state raked off last year from almost 00000000 francs Five million dollars it took from the pockets of Parisians only not all France just Paris just to hold their stakes ten minutes And this is the rakeoff not the losses of Parisians ParisiansWhat What doesthe French state do with the great sums wrung from race track betting in and around Paris Much is said of charity and hygiene and it is of course all that much gained Well charity gets two per cent 0000000 francs hygiene one per cent C000000 francs one per cent goes to agricultural prizes and four per cent 12000000 francs is handed over to the race societies whose tracks produce the money for their prizes expenses profits and their settlement with M Oiler OilerHecently Hecently the writer showed the flowered paddock of the Grand Prix where a palace iu cream stone extends on until it is lost in greenery Up and down its spreading stairways flit delicious women beyond counting in their creams and roses mauves pearls and pale blues lit up by plumes of wild green orange carmine black white purple Splendid creatures In long mantles of white lace laceOn On Grand Prix day its public was a full half million Every race day of the week throughout the Longchamps season 40000 C0000 80000 per ¬ sons pay their forty cents entrance to it and when Loiigchainps closes it is Auteiiil Cliantilly St Cloud Vincennes St Ouen Malsous Enghien or Le Tremblay or simultaneously two or three together with or without Loiigchaiups They are racing around Paris all the year except midwinter midwinterThe The Parisian form sheet includes vast material Every daily lias Its great race service indicating winners for each race with reasoned chat of past performances of horse and jockey of stable owner trainer weather track conditions all material for going daffy Novel Experiment In Horse Feeding.: Methods and Results in Case of Azote, the Milk Fed Horse. NOVEL EXPERIMENT IN HORSE FEEDING Methods and Results in Case of Azote the Milk Azote the milkfed horse ran iu the Knsom Derby made no showing and finished last at 200 to 1 Now Azote might and probably would have done the same thing if fed and raised according to ordinary methods It is more than probable that he is simply in the matter of speed a bad race horse horseBut But the experiment In his case Is not without a decidedly interesting side It seems to have wrought remarkably In the way of accelerating growth and maturing Such results In the case of Azote were attained in that line that some one may go further with it and with a horse or horses gifted bv nature with greater speed than Azote possesses Concern ¬ ing the case of Azote A C Koblnsou says in Outing OutingThe The race horse and the problem of its higher development Is a subject which for many years has occupied the attention of highly paid and highly Interested specialists Neither trouble nor cauital has been spared in the effort to bring out a horse that could run half a length faster than any otiiar and although the life of a racer as such is brief yet ithe returns from a Futurity winner both in money and glory are so large as to tempt a great many to enter the competition With so much capital and brains invested In the business or sport as some prefer to call it it is not surprising that such strides were made as would seem to leave little to the future With the uptodate method of shoeing nnd the perfection of breeding training and accoutering a horse for the track it certainly seemed especially after an American boy had Initi ¬ ated the present method of mounting and riding that the last word had been said What was there left dpThe to dp The first to come forward with an answer to this question was an American gentleman living in Paris and his answer was a daring one He said We will give the race horse a new food a food of animal instead of vegetable origin And he selected nothing more nor less than milk milkIt It seemed the height of absurdity No one had ever heard of any animal which had been reared to its full strength lived thrived and fulfilled its du ¬ ties on milk and to attempt such a tiling with a race horse which is called upon for the greatest possible expenditure of force and which had been studied pampered and thought over for generations seemed the height of extravagance Yet the experi ¬ ment was made and the fact is no longer dubious that a race horse can be brought to its full devel ¬ opment with no other food than milk milkIt It is a wellrecognized fact that the curse of milk is water This Is not said facetiously for while we shall speak later of what is sometimes called the baptism of milk we now allude only to the water which it contains as it comes from tiie cow This water however is eightyseven per cent of the bulk so that it can be seen at once that cows milk must be considered n highly diluted and therefore correspondingly unmitritious food The fundamental idea of dry milk is simply to remove this eightyseven per cent of water The process by which this is accomplished is very simple The milk as soon as possjble after it comes from the cow in most cases an hour or two is passed with ¬ out preliminary treatment physical or chemical ex ¬ cept straining over polished steel rollers in a thin sheet The rollers are heated to a temperature of 240 degrees Fahrenheit and the milk remains on them only about two and onehalf seconds It comes off the rollers a dry powder containing less moisture than flour only five or six per cent It is then packed in boxes or barrels and can be shipped faror near as required Its chemical com ¬ position has been unchanged and it will now keep for an indefinite period or until the readdition of water I myself have drunk milk more than two years old oldIt It was upon this milk powder that Azote was fed and surprising have been the results The considerations which led his owner to make the ex ¬ periment were founded upon the theory that food of animal origin contains more nutriment than that of vegetable hence the development resultant from a diet of the former should be more rapid than of the latter All theliest prizes are offered for two and threeyearolds But suppose by a new method of feeding a colt could be made to gain a year and while in reality only three years old have the growth and strength of four With this idea of rapid development in view the colt Azote was bought boughtHe He was taken from his mother when he was twentysix days old and started upon dry milk He received onehalf a pound of the powder mixed with two quarts of water every two hours and a half or eight times a day just like a baby He drank it from a pail in about a minute and that was all there was to his feeding He was weighed every morning at eight oclock and as lie grew the quantity of food was increased in proportion to his increase in weight After a time it was found advisable to give him a certain amount of hay not for any purpose of nutrition but in order to give bulk to the highly concentrated food upon which he subsisted He was given about onehalf as much hay as other horses receive This is all he has ever eaten a little hay and the milk powder mixed with water never any oats or corn and in this lies the novelty of tbe experiment Yet when we consider that one pound of dry sep ¬ arated milk contains as much musclemaking mate ¬ rial as five pounds of oats or corn and as twelve pounds of hay It was not so daring after all And besides dry milk is digested to the extent of ninety eight per cent oats and corn to sixtyfive per cent and hay only thirtyfive per cent The advantages of this last fact are obvious for besides receiving more nourishment in proportion to the bulk it requires only twentysix hours for dry milk to pass through the intestines whereas ordinary food takes three to four days so that there is much less waste ma ¬ terial and a horse during a race carries over the course much less dead weight It is just as if his handicap had been cut down downAt At the present writing Azote is three years old and eats seventeen pounds of dry milk per day which is the equivalent of a little over eighty quarts of separate milk or about the yield of eight good cows It is obvious that no horse could drink eighty quarts of fluid in a day but by the drying process Azote is enabled to get all the fowl in these eighty quarts without being obliged to drink more than thirty quarts of Hnuld HnuldOn On paper the experiment should work out as follows Azote gets twentyeight thousand food units or calories as they are chemically called a day Other race horses receive twenty thousand It is estimated that twelve thousand are needed by a horse for the maintenance of the animal functions thus the ordinary horse has eight thousand calories left over for work while Azote has sixteen thous ¬ and or twice as much Hence he should be capable of a much greater amount of work or a more severe training trainingIt It is established beyond question that a horse can be brought up and worked more than ordinary horses on milk Furthermore Azote readied his maximum weight and development 1012 pound In the un ¬ precedented time of eighteen months and ten days or an average gain during the T 4t days of feeding of over one and onehalf pounds per day dayOrdinary Ordinary horses take two and onehalf years to reach their full weight development and their aver ¬ age gain per day is less than one pound Another astonishing fact and one of which lie is the only living example Is that he had all his threeyearold teeth when he was two years and two months It would seem that the day when the wise ones could teli the age of a horse iby looking in his mouth was past English Stewards Bar American Shoes. ENGLISH STEWARDS BAR AMERICAN SHOES SHOESThe The attention of the stewards of the Jockey Club has been called to the fact that shoes having a sharp flange round the outer edge of the shoe to prevent slipping have been used on horses running in races The stewards give notice that they con ¬ sider such shoes and those known as American toeclipped shoes very dangerous to other competi ¬ tors and direct that horses running in them shall be disqualified and the trainer responsible reported to them Haciug Calendar Records Of The Latonia Track. RECORDS OF THE LATONIA TRACK Not the fastest track in the west the Latonia course is a safe one and has been raced over for so many years and at Intervals by such good horses that it is credited with a respectably fast table of records In the course of the spring meeting there this year previously existing marks were not numer ¬ ously changed but the five furlongs record was twice equaled and new records were made at three quarters of a mile one mile and a mile and three sixteenths Sir Huons mile iu 1S was the best ever run over the track in a raee Dick Welles mile In the same time having been made in a special ex ¬ hibition against time The Latonia records are now the following Dist Horse AWt Date Time 12 Amelia May2 10S Tune 14 ISOS 4Sl 4SlSting Sting 2 lOi May 14 lilOl 4Sj 4 12 f Anne McGee2 110 June 2 inos r4 r4oS oS Zlenap 2110 July 17 105 lOOs lOOsTwo Two Bills 2 110 August 2 l0r l00ii l00iiAnne Anne McGee2 110 June 22 1KS 100 100Olamhala Olamhala 2110 July 2 390S 100 3 12 f Col White 2 105 November 1 1904100 l12sC 4 1r Ahmed 4 10S June IS 190S l12s C 12 f J Greenherg4 110 November 4 1901 1191 11917S 7S La Pucelle lOt July 4 lMr 12TJ 7 12 f lies IllslandG 102 May ISC 1341 1 Dick Welles t 1071 October 29 in0313S 1 Sir Iliion r 111 June 20 IlOS 13S 13SIm20y Im20y John IIavlln4 IOC June 24 1897 1423 ImiOy 1423ImiOy Shawana 4 100 October 14 lMrl4i Im70y Six Shooter7 30S August 1 190T 143 143Al Al Diifour 118 August 2 1SI01 143 ImlOOy 143ImlOOy Coruscate 100 July I 1H 144 1 lli Lexoline 3 10S October 19 1907 14V 1 1S Delmonlco 3 38 June 11 1904 151 j 1 a10 Miss Strouie4 15 June 10 1UOS l0j Horse AWt Date 1 1Stroud Stroud 3 100 September 0 1905 1905Swlf Swlf twine 5 100 July S 1905 Kr Krlngle4 107 October 27 1899 1899Han Han dOr 3 lit June l 1S9S Elyrla X 10 1 October 2r lS9t Niaxiis 4 104 Novemlier 17 1904 Hurdle Races RacesScamp Scamp Sophie S Reddington 4 132 June 23 1897 War BonnetO 147 June 10 1897 Steeplechases seDell Leath 147 June 2S lf 4 Uejeetable 5 is June IS 1 2 Faraday Jrti 133 November i iwj NATIONAL RACING REVIEW No 2 2Room Room 37 71 Dearborn Street Chicago Subscription Special Belmere 21 won Eastern Occasional Lady Esther 21 2nd j TURF EXCHANGE EXCHANGEYPSILANTI YPSILANTI MICH Reopens Monday July 27 27Trains Trains Leave Detroit DetroitMICHIGAN MICHIGAN CENTRAL DEPOT DEPOT1OO 1OO and 14O p rn DONT GIVE UP THE SHIP SHIPBecause Because other socalled systems have proven failures do not condemn my discovery that post tivey beats the racing game You are making a mistake If you delay obtaining my simple practical method Write me at once I will answer you promptly The price of my method Is and it is a certainty and uses less capital than any plan ever formulated It is easy to play Any man can use it The success of my Flat Bet Handlxmk plan will astonish you lxt me send you my method Address AddressWM WM H SUTTOM Chemist 1021 West 25th Street Los Angeles Cal NOTICE NOTICE Fort Erie Fort Erie ErieONE ONE A DAY NO MOKE I will have a SPECIAL WIRE from this track each day during the meeting and TURFITES who are playing the CANADA RACES can get my wire for the entire meeting for 1500 = = = = = 1500 30 30SINGLE RACING DAYS 30 SINGLE WIRES ONE DOLLAR DOLLARRUSH RUSH SUBSCRIPTION FOR OPENING DAY DAYMONDAY MONDAY JULY 27 27Regular Regular Patrons get their wire as usual usualExJockey ExJockey Marshall MarshallROOM ROOM 610 56 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO ILL ILLInitials Initials K J PHONE MAIN 1293 I Cave Adsum AdsumI I 61 Won was yesterdays CANADA WIRE This makes our record past eight starts SIX WINNERS ONE SECOND 4 ONE LOSER LOSERA A Winners besides Cave Adsum being at k prices of rl 41 l H5 and 21 CAN ll CANll YOU BEAT THIS This wire win average J averageJ about three bets a week and will be extvp Y extvpY tioually good during the Fort Erie meeting NEXT ONE GOES TUESDAY GET IN AT ONCE ONCEV V 55 CO for Three Guaranteed Wires BELMERE 21 WON was yesterdays DAILY TWOHORSE WIRE Terms S500 for Six Wires Yesterdays Form Special Scratched Mondays Form Special No 905 in Book GUIDEO THE STANDARD TURF GUIDE O Room 212 59 Dearborn Street ChicaRO Racing Dates For 1908. RACING DATES FOR 1908 King County Fair Association Seattle Wash WashJuno Juno 20 to September 12 The Meadows 73 73days days Butte Jockey Club Butte Mont MontJune June 27 to September 4 Butte CO days Brighton Beach Racing Association New York N Y July 7 to July 29 Brighton Beach 20 days Quebec Hunt Club Quebec Quo July IS to August 1 13 days Niagara Jockey Club Fort Erie Ont OntJuly July 27 to August 29 Fort Erie 30 days Saratoga Association Saratoga N Y YJuly July SO to August 15 Saratoga 15 days Empire City Racing Association Yonkers N Y YAugust August 15 to August 28 Brighton Beach 12 12days days Coney Island Jockey Club New York N Y YAugust August 29 to September 12 Sheepsbead Bay 11 11days days Montreal Jockey Club Montreal Que QueAugust August 20 to September 12 Blue Bonnets 13 13days days Brooklyn Jockey Club New York N Y YSeptember September 14 to September 20 Gravesend 12 12days days Austin Fair Association Austin Texas TexasSeptember September 17 to September 22 Fair Grounds 5 5days days Ontario Jockey Club Toronto Ont OntSeptember September 19 to September 26 Woodbine Park 7 days International Fair Association San Antonio Texas September TexasSeptember 20 to October 10 Fair Grounds 13 days 13days Brighton Beach Racing Association New York NY NYSeptember September 28 to October 3 Brighton Beach C days Cdays Hamilton Jockey Club Hamilton Ont OntSeptember September 29 to October 10 Hamilton 11 days Oklahoma OklaOctober City Racing Assn Oklahoma City Okla October 1 to October 10 Fair Grounds 9 days Spokane Interstate Fair Assn Spokane Wash WashOctober October 5 to October 10 Fair Grounds 6 days Westchester Racing Association New York N Y October YOctober 5 to October 17 Belmont Park 12 days Fort TexasOctober Worth Fair Association Fort Worth Texas October S to October 1C Fair Grounds S days State Fair Association Dallas Texas TexasOctober October 17 to October 31 Fair Grounds 13 days Empire City Racing Association Yonkers N Y YOctober October 19 to October 24 Empire City C dayaj Maryland Jockey Club Pimlico Md MdOctober October 24 to November 7 Pimlico 13 days Metropolitan Jockey Club Ndw York N Y YOctober October 20 to November 4 Jamaica 9 days Shreveport LaNovember Fair and Racing Assn Shreveport La November 2 to November C Fair Grouuds5 days Queens County Jockey Club New York N Y November YNovember 5 to November 14 Aqueduct 9 days Beaumont TexasNovember Racing Association Beaumont Texas November 9 to November 14 Fair Grounds C days Cdays Houston TexasNovember Fair and Racing Asan Houston Texas November 9 to November IS Fair Grounds 9 days 9days daysWashington Washington Jockey Club Washington D C ¬ November 10 to November 28 Benuing 12 days