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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, October 23, 1908 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1908 drf1908102301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, October 23, 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  VOI.. XIV. NO. 255. CHICAGO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1908. PRICE 5 CENTS Empire City near Close: But One More Day Remains of the Club's Much Harassed Autumn Meeting EMPIRE CITY NEAR CLOSE. j BUT ONE MORE DAY REMAINS OF THE CLUB'S MUCH HARASSED AUTUMN MEETING. i i Frank Gill Defeats Spooncr for the Tarrytown i Stakes in Fast Race Monfort I . ' Wins from Tileing. ; ' I i New York, October 22. Although, not so persist- i fcntlv and unnecessarily harrassed and hunted by the j district attorney and his aids as on the first two days of the meeting, race-goers who tried specula- j t'Jou on the Yonkers course this afternoon had to go , about it warily and secretly in order to avoid ar- ; test, even if keeping strictly within the limits of the law as interpreted by Justices Bischoff. Gaynor ; and Hoyt of the Supreme Court of the State of New York. On no other metropolitan race course, not j oven at Brighton. Beach during District Attorney i Klder's memorable reign of terror in July, have the i patrons of the king of sports been treated with such ' scant ceremony and utter disregard for their personal rights as at the Empire City course. for some reason or other the Westchester authori- i ties were unusually quiescent today. This was i thought to be due 'to the press criticisms levelled at the officials resiwnslble for the outrageous state of affairs. Only a few men were taken before the , tlistrict attorney and questioned and searched for Widence. and these were released without delay. It is reported that Harry Shannon, one of the layers arrested yesterday, lias been discharged on liis promise to turn state's evidence and reveal all he knows of the inner workings of the big book-Hiukors. Some idea of the llimsy pretext on which l.uen have been arrested daily at Yonkers can be rained from the case of 'Chicago" O'Brien. Mr. O'Brien is a big bettor and maintains a stable of race horses. He is not and never has been a bookmaker. Yesterday lie was asked to pay some declaration fees. $15, incurred by Chaplet. a horse he owns, by a man from the otliee of the clerk of the course. Having no change less than a $20 bill. VJ'Brien gave him that with the request to fetch back the difference. It was while in the act of receiving the $5 and Mr. Boden's receipt for the $15 forfeit fees that Mr. O'Brien was pounced upon , a and arrested by an alert sleuth, witness of the transaction. .There was no incriminating evidence louud on him' aiifl yet lie was held ill ."00 bond to appear before the court on a charge of violating the anti-betting law. Sheriff Lane, who has been active in enforcing the law against track betting, yesterday wagered Philip J. Dwyer $2,000 at evens that Governor Hughes would be re-elected. At last accounts he had not come up with the money. Today's card, which gave promise of grand racing overnight, was partially ruined by withdrawals, the principal features being decided with reduced fields. The scratching of Tilling left only three horses. Frank Gill. Spooner and The Squire, to battle for the rich Tarrytown Stakes, at one mile and a sixteenth. The running of the principal attraction resulted in a pronounced upset. Frank Gill scoring in ridiculously easy fashion over Spooner. which, with Miller up. had essayed to make a runaway affair of it. The winner's improvement left a bad impression on form students, who harked hack to his poor Belmont Park performances. The odds about him were lucrative, and support steady and persistent was always forthcoming. The betting was marked by an utter absence of plunging on Spooner. the odds-on favorite. The outcome showed that the wary speculators had judged tlvo race rightly. Spooner bluffed along with a big lead over his gigantic rival for half of the journey, then succumbed so hastily at the end of six furlongs as to give the impression of having hroken down. Whatever was the matter with him it left Frank Gill to come on and win as his rider liked and in fast time. The Squire strode briskly into the lead on the first turn, only to collapse when the other two liegan their real efforts. Notwithstanding Simcoe's inglorious display Tuesday, race-goers backed him today to the exclusion of every other starter in the first race. With jockey Notter up the Canadian celebrity darted away from his opponents and never gave his backers a moment's uneasiness. An inside position at the post, clear sailing and 1 pton's alert jockeyship helped Imitator to establish a quick early lead in the second race which her tight pursuers were never able to overcome. Woodbine, at prohibitive odds, gave away a lot of weight to her opposition in the six furlongs selling tprint and disposed of it with such impressive ease that B. C. Murray, owner of Biskra, the runner-up, bid up the Octagon filly from $800 to $1,500. the owner buying her in with the customary $5 advance. Arondack's victory over Footpad and Royal Captive in the two-year-old haudicap was of the pleasing kind. The diminutive daughter of Hastings Astoria is a veritable speed marvel. Monfort sulked nearly every foot of the mile journey, which wound tip the afternoon's card and it was only by dint of extraordinary endeavors on the part of Notter that the moody son of Ornament gained a head decision over Tilling in the last stride. Weather of the real Indian summer variety contributed materially to an afternoon of pleasant and interesting sport, but only a handful of regulars were present to enjoy it. Albert Simons, who had first planned to race at Oakland and had even gone to the extent of applying for stalls, will go to New Orleans instead and. what is of infinitely greater importance, will take jockey Joe Notter with him. He is making the latter's engagements since the retirement of James It. Keene's horses for the season. Otto Townsend, a representative of Lloyds, has been after J. E. Madden to insure Sir Martin and Favette in anticipation of their journey abroad, but without success. Mr. Madden has plainly intimated that his two great colts will not be sent away from this country. It Is not beyond the bounds of possibility that this wonderful pair of thoroughbreds may he, seen in California next winter. It has only just now- developed locally that 'Madden shipped a half-dozen horses, including Lady Bedford, with F. E. Taylor's consignment, which left for Oakland last Sunday. The Melville Collins test case, which came before Justice Bischoff in the early days of the anti-racing crusade, and out of which grew his now- famous decision declaring oral hotting legal, and from which decision Acting District Attorney Elder subsequently took an appeal, is up for argument today before the Court of Appeals. Joe Marrone has announced that he will race the following horses at Oakland next winter: L'Ainour, Mark Antony 11.. Esoteric. St. Joseph and Pantoufle. They leave for the coast next Sunday. Jockev Gilbert left for Oakland last Sunday. He intends to make a brief stop with Iowa relatives en route. Jockeys McCarthy and Upton leave for Bal- timore tonight and will ride at Pimlico on the openly frames Rowe. whose charges have been retiroil for the season, attends the Yonkers races every day. Ethelbert to Become French Sire ETHELBERT TO BECOME FRENCH SIRE. New York. October 22. Ethelbert Is to be placed at the head of the stud which August Belmont is establishing on his newly purchased property hear Dieppe in France and Fair Play will join him there for stud duty, after he has had a trial in the big English handicaps and cup races next season. It is understood most of the broodmares will be. offered for sain either In England or in France, though a few will be retained by Belmont for breeding purposes. Moving in Normal Lines at Latonia: Anxiety About State Racing Commission's Action Departs and Good Racing is Well Attended j i i i I ; I i i j j , ; ; j i i ' i i , MOVING IN NORMAL LINES AT LAT0NIA. Anxiety About State Racing Commission's Action Departs and Gocd Racing Is Well Attended. Cincinnati, O., October 22. Nothing further developed in these parts regarding the racing muddle and matters passed off smoothly this afternoon at the Latonia track. Acting President Harvey Myers of the Latonia Jockey Club and A. B. .Rouse, secretary of the Racing Commissioiij who were both here today, stated that they would leave in the morning for Frankfort, Ky.. where they will have an audience with Governor Wilson concerning the present situation. Mr. Myers expressed the belief that the chief official of the state would in no way interfere, as the matter is clearly a question for the courts to rule on. Under the law the Racing Commission has twenty days in which to file an answer to the Latonia Jockey Club's petition askiug for a review of the commission's action in revoking the license of the club. The Racing Commission can. however, facilitate matters by making prompt answer, enabling the judges to hand down their decision speedily. It is not. expected that the matter will be definitely disposed of until long after the closing date of the Latonia meeting. Acting President Harvey .Myers of the Latonia track, discussing the pivsent situation in its different phases said: "Now that the Racing Commission has forced us into the light, there will be no half measures and we will fight it out for all time." There is absolutely no foundation for the report that troops may be sent here to slop the racing, at least while the present petition is awaiting a decision. The official announcement by Secretary Rouse of the commission's resolution that trainers and jockeys taking part in the present meeting may have their licenses revoked was not taken seriously by many of the owners. The Racing Commission lias a rule in its book which states that any horseman not barred for fraud is in good standing and can race on any of the tracks in the state. Favorites made a clean .sweep of the last four races, and as Sorrowful was accorded as much support as T. M. Green, the dozen layers in the big ring hail anything but a profitable day of It. The assurance that there would be no riots or interference with the sport served to restore a semblance of confidence lacking yesterday, and there was a big turnout to sec the racing. Fields were small hut made up of well-matched horses. The finishes, however, were generally tame. The exception came in the second race when Sorrowful and T. M. Green fought it out to the bitter end. The feature of the afternoon in a racing way came with the running of the fourth race, in which Old Honesty. Zienap and Terah were the only starters. To a raise start the trio broke away from the post and Old Honesty covered nearly a half mile before his rider could get him under control. Despite his runaway he showed much speed in leading for the entire trip aud winning by a sufficient margin from Zienap. Terah was beaten off and seemingly lias staled, and unless he improves he will not be a serious factor in future races here among the better-class jerformers. The racing began with an upset in the victory of Dispute over Dr. Holzberg and Arionette. The latter pair were .considered superior to all others in the race and received strong support. Dr. Holzberg was given a weak ride, which partially accounted for his failure to finish better than third. Brancas was much the best of a poor band that started in the third race and won as hfs rider pleased. Heine made a runaway race of the fifth but changed owners after his victory. Nugent Bros, raising his entered price of $S00 to $1,000. and getting him. The dosing race went to T. C. McDowell's Mirth at odds-on over E. Corrigan's Purant. Old Honesty, Brancas and Dispute, three of the afternoon's winners, will be shipped to navana. where they will be raced next winter. Pending definite announcement of the opening in New Orleans next winter, many of the horsemen and riders now here have signified their intention of shipping to Cuba for the racing at Havana. Jockey Minder, who was severely injured by a fall at Fort Erie during the summer, arrived yesterday from Buffalo, where he has been confined in a hospital. He is walking around with the aid of crutches and may never lie seen in the saddle again. Charles T. Henshall is anxious to secure several good western long-distance racers for use on the California tracks next winter and is at present trying to buy Redgauntlet. Feats of Two Star Three-Year-Olds: King James and Big Chief, Young Horses That Will Race in California FEATS OF TWO STAR THREE-YEAR-OLDS. King James and Big Chief, Young Horses That Will Race -in California. Among the many good race horses that will take part in the approaching winter campaign in California, none 1s more likely to figure importantly than the three-year-old colt. King James. Game, tleet and hardy, this son of Plaudit aud Unsightly possesses every attribute of the- desirable racer except great size, but, small as he is, he has held his own with all coiners and has already won over $50,000. As a two-year-old lie won but one race in ten starts, but that race was the rich Tremont Stakes at Graves-end, in which he defeated Ben Fleet. Beaucoup. Wave Crest. Masque. Chapultepec. Sudden Start and Master Robert. This year, of sixteen races lie has won but three, but he has otily twice been unplaced and in nearly all his races lias been found battling out the finishes courageously and dangerously. His greatest triumph this year was in winning the $25.-000 Annual Champion Stakes from Falcada. Dorante and Chief Brant. His other two wins were of purses, in one of which, at Saratoga, he ran a mile in I:3S fiat. His record to date is as follows: King James, b. c. (1905), by Plaudit Unsightly. Year. Age. Sts. 1st. 2d. 3d. Unp. Won. 1!K)7 2 10 1 0 4 5 $1-1. .'.25 190S 3 10 : G 5 li 3b.997 Totals (2) 20 4 6 9 7 $51,322 Another high-class three-year-old now at Oakland in preparation for the big stakes of the California Jockey Club is the speedy Pontiac colt. Big Chief, now- the property of Thomas II. Williams. As a two-year-old he won two of his seven races, both purses, and was considered barely useful. But this year he developed into a colt of great speed and ability to carry good weight successfully, and raced so well that his present owner gave $12,000 for him. quite a sum in these days of low prices, but probably a more than good investment. In fact, he has already repaid a considerable part of his purchase money in winning the September Stakes from Fair Play and Falcada. running second to Half Sovereign in the Ocean Handicap, third to Spooner and Resti-goucho in the Flying Handicap, and defeating Frank Gill. Bedouin and Dally for a $1,500 special at Brighton Beach, in which he ran a mile and a quarter in 2:03s. with 111 pounds on his back. In the September Slakes he carried the same weight and ran a mile and five-sixteenths in 2:10?. and when beaten by Half Sovereign in the Ocean Handicap only lost by three-quarters of a length at a mile in 1:3S2. He is in all respects a good one and his record to date is: Big Chief, ch. c. (1005). by Pontiac Madelaine. Year. Age. Sts. 1st. 2d. 3d. Unp. Won. 1007 2 7 2 1 0 4$ 1.720 100S 3 20 0 G 2 3 10.820 Totals (2) 27 H 7 2 7 $12,540 Octagon Also Going Abroad OCTAGON ALSO GOING ABROAD. Lexington. Ky., October 22. The. stallions Octagon and Ethelbert and fifteen mares from August Belmont's Nursery Stud, were shipped today to New York to take steamer Saturday for France. New York Form Chart NEW YORK FORM CHART. (EMPIRE CITY.) THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1908. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. Third day. Empire City Racing Association. Autumn Meeting of 4 days. Presiding Judge, Clarence McDowell. Starter, Mars Cassldy. Racing Secretary, Lymau H. Davis. Racing starts at 2:15 p. m. (Chicago time 1:15 p. m.). W Indicates whip. S spurs, B blinkers. Figures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate index number, track record, age of horso and weight carried. TrTQfVpr FIRST RACE 3-4 Mile. (7G5S0 l:lli 3 109.) $100 added. 2-year-olds. Selling. t (jJtJ Net value to winner $400. Ind Horses AWtPPSt j Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H 0 P S 777G3 SIMCOE- w 113 7 1 1' VI VI 13 Notter J 11 Madigan 6-5 6-5 9-101-4 out 77717 GOLDEN LEGEND w 106 8 5 21 21 22 23 Clements W N" Cooper 13 12 7 2 1 777592SUMMER NIGHT w 103 6 7 6i 4i 4 D McC'thyJ Fitzsimmons 2 13-513-54-5 1-4 77759 GRAN I A W 104 3 6 4' 3b 3b An Cullen D J Ahearn 6 8 S 3 7-5 77720 ESCHAU w 102 1 4 8 fib 5& 55 McCahey S P Hyman 15 15 15 5 2J 77759)SPELLBOUND w 94 2 2 5b 5b 6 6l Ural J L. McGinnis 6 6 6 8-5 3-5 77759 CHEPONTUC wn 97 5 8 72 7o 710 7" Creevy MontpelierStable 15 15 15 5 2 77759 EUSTACIAN wb 99 4 3 3J 8 8 S Sumter J H McCormlck 20 30 30 10 5 Time, 111, 23. 35. 47s. 1:138. Winner Ch. g, by Toddington Luckless (trained by G. W. Graydon). Went to post at 2:15. At post 5 minutes. Start fair. Won easily; second and third driving. Simcoe. from a flying sfart. won all the way unextended. Golden Legend, from a lucky start, was in forward pursuit of the winner throughout and ran a good race. Summer Night, away poorly and seemingly outpaced in the early running, finished fast and like a stayer. Grania closed up rapidly from the start and seemingly had third place safe in the stretch, but tired in the last strides. Eschau, shuffled back in the first half, made up ground at the end. Spellbound, pulling up at the start, was never a serious contender. Che-rcntue. nearly left, closed a gap and runs like a stayer. Eustacian showed early speed. The winner was entered for $1,200: no bid. Scratched 777S2-Trois Temp. 99; 7732G2Dan de Noyles. 10S. Overweights Grania. 2 pounds. H n QA SECOND RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards. (2105G 1:43s 3 109.) $400 added. 3-ycar-i i QvO olds and upward. Selling. Net value to winner $430. Ind Horses AWtPPSt 4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners 0 H C P S 77762 IMITATOR wb 3 100 1 6 1 VI l2 li l1 Upton J C F Jacoby 5 5 3i 6-5 1-2 777S5 POQUESSING ws 5 108 C 4 2i 21 2l 2 2 D McC'thi-F A Herold 7 7 4 C-5 1-2 777S7COAT OF ARMS w 4 103 3 2 5 3b 4i 34 32 Notter J Baker 2 2 8-5 7-101-4 75959 UMBRELLA wn 4 103 9 8 SU S'i 7b 4J 4'i Yorkc W C Daly 30 30 SO 10 5 77762 COINCIDENT w 3 100 4 9 9 9 9 Sl 5J Ural J McFadden 10 15 15 5 2i 777603OKENITE wn 1 103 8 5 41 51 3k 7 6'J Cullen E W Heffnar 5 6 5 S-5 4-5 777S3SMALAGA w 3 98 5 3 3b 4b 6b 6b 7b Sweet T Newton 10 10 8 3 8-5 7775S SANGUINE wn 3 9S 7 7 71 C 5t 5b Si Creevy MontpelierStable 8 10 10 4 2 7775S ROOKSTONE w 4 103 2 1 61 7J S1 9 9 F King F H Milden 8 10 10 4 2 Time, 12, 23J. 35.?. 18, 1:002. 1:131. 1:41, 1:45J. Winner B. f. by Mimic Graziosa (trained by J. Hynes). Went to post at 2:41. At post 4 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second and third the amc. Imitator decisively outbroke, outpaced and outstayed her opposition. Poquessing ran in nearest and per sistent pursuit throughout and is extra good. Coat of Arms, crowded on the first turn, worked through on the inside in the middle running and loomed up menacingly on the stretch turn, but tired finally. Umbrella, away poorly, closed a big gap. Coincident trailed for six furlongs and was closing up fast at the end. Okenite, prominent to the far turn, failed to stay. Malaga showed early speed. Sanguine had no chance under a bad ride. Rockstone retired early. The winner was entered for $400: no bid. Scratched (77787)Beanclere. 103; (777S3)Dixie Himmel, 100; 777S7 Killochan, 10S; 77783 Chaplet. 100. Overweights Malaga. 3 pounds. - THIRD RACE 3-4 Mile. (7C5S0 l:lli 3 109.) $400 added. 3-year-olds and up- UV 1 ward. Selling. Net value to winner $400. Ind Horses AWtPPSt Vi Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P S 7775S2WOODLANE wb 3 112 3 3 l2 1J l2 l2 Notter A Simons 4-5 4-5 3-5 1-5 out 774213BISKRA wb 3 104 7 1 3J 21 22 2 Cullen B C Murray 10 10 7 2 1 77758 SARACINESCA wb 4 10S 5 2 6 J. 3b 3i 3 D McC'thyA Zimmer 5 6 6 8-5 3-5 7775S HEKNOWS wb 3 99 2 4 4l 5l 4l 43 Sweet T.W Coulter 6 6 5 8-5 7-10 77205 BELLE STROME wb 6 10S 6 5 5b 4b 5b 5J McCahey G Griot 10 12 12 5 2 77673 ESOTERIC wb 5 103 1 7 7 7 62 6 J Bergen MissAMMarrone 30 50 50 15 8 7775S SELECT wb 3 98 4 6 2J 61 7 7 Crowley W T McGivney 40 40 40 12 6 Time, Hi. 23. 34J. 47?. 1:13. Winner Ch. f. by Octagon Woodvine (trained by A. Simons). Went to post at 3:14. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily: second and third driving. Woodbine drew out quicklv and made the running to the stretch under a pull, then came away under the whip with a rush from Biskra midway of the stretch. The latter quickly got into forward pursuit and loomed up menacingly in the stretch, but tired finally and was an easy second. Saracinesca. shuffled back early, closed up steadily into a fast going third. Heknows was on the inside in close quarters all the way and 1'UlJing up repeatedly and finished close up. Belle Strome, never dangerous, ran a poor race. Esoteric was sore and always outpaced. The winner, entered for $S00. was bid up to $1,500 and bought In. Scratched (7775S) Burgher, 112: 7778G3Fancy. 103; 7775S Wyckoff. 108. Overweights Heknows. 1 pound. QQ FOURTH RACE 1 1-1G Miles. (21643 1:45 i 5 114.) Tarrytown Stakes. $2,000 7(-r i O J O added. 3-year-olds and upward. Weight for Age. Net value to winner $2,2S0. Ind Horses AWtPPSt W h Str Fin Jockeys Owners 0 H C V S 7771S FRANK GILL w 4 126 1 1 3 3 2b 2s l2i Notter J L. McGinnis 2 11-52 out (7776l)SPOONER wb 3 118 3 2 22 22 l1 lb 21 W Miller F B Lemairo 3-5 3-5 1-2 out 77761 THE SQUIRE wit 3 115 2 3 ll 11 3 3 3 Upton T Welsh 6 8 S 6-5 out Time, 12. 24R. 3GA. 48?. 1:01. 1:11. 1:402. 1:47. Winner Ch. c. by Collar Ravello II. (trained by J. J. Smith). Went to post at 3:37. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won cantering: secwd driving. Frank Gil) was outpaced early and under pressure, but always within hailing distance of the leaders, closed up steadllv In the third quarter and wore Spooner down decisively In the stretch and. drawing out. was cantering 'at the end. Spooner, hard held, was reserved in close pursuit of The Squire to the backstretch. then drew out and held sway to the stretch, but tired after a brief brush with Frank Gill. The Squire was sent out on the first turn to set the pace and was indulged with a brief lead, but dropped out at the half and finished pulled up. Scratched 7775S3Tilelng. 12G. FIFTH RACE 3-4 Mile. (7G5S0 l:lli 3 109.) $400 added. 2-year-olds. 7TQ-Q i Handicap. Net value to winner $390. Ind Horses A WtPPSt Vi Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P S 777S52ARONDACK wn 103 3 4 3 3 VI V McCahey MrsJMcLaughlin 8-5 2 3-2 2-5 out 77717 FOOTP-VD wb 113 1 1 l'i l2 22 25 D McC'thyCRFleischmanii 2 2 8-5 2-5 out (77763)ROYAL CAPTIVE wb 115 2 2 2J 2b s 3 Notter NewxastleStable 7-5 2 2 1-2 out 777S2 MERISE w 87 4 3 4 4 4 4 Ural W C Daly 20 20 20 5 1 Time. 11R. 23. 31?. 47. 1:12?. Winner B. f. by Hastings Astoria (trained by J. McLaughlin). Went to post at 3:59. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily: second and third driving. Aron-daek, after being in striking distance pursuit in the early running, closed up rapidly on the last turn and drew out decisively midway of the stretch. Footpad outpaced the others decisively for a half mile, but succumbed finally in a game closing drive. Royal Captive, after early nearest and strenuous pursuit, quit badlv in the last furlong of the stretch. Merise was outclassed and hopelessly outpaced. Scratched (77805) Simcoe. 105; 777632KiIlcreen, 99; 77717 Waponoca, 102; 7780o3Summer Night. 100: 77S05 Chepontuc. 95. , Q l f SIXTH RACE 1 1-16 Miles. (21G13 1:451 0114.) $400 added. 3-year-olds and up-i 7rT O JL J ward. Selling. Net value to winner $3S0. lml Horses AWt PPSt M Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P S 777fi"2MONTFORT WB 4 115 1 2 4 4 31 310 lb Notter MontpelierStable 3-5 3-5 1-2 out 7775S3TILEING WB 4 115 2 3 3i 2i 2J 2b 22 Sumter J H McCormick 4 4 3S 7-10out 77715 B D NEWS w 8 103 3 1 l2 1 l2 VI 3 Herbert E R Bradley 2i 16-516-57-10out 77758 KING SOL w 3 99 4 4 2 3 4 4 4 T McCthyA Simons 15 20 20 6 7-5 Time. 12. 24?, 3GH. 48n. 1:01. 1:14. 1:41c. 1:47s. Winner Ch. c, by Ornament Eleanor (trained by T. J. Healey). Went to post at 4:23. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second and third the same. Monfort. shuffled back on the first turn, sulked while going up the backstretch. but closed a big gap and. challenging in the stretch, just got up. Tileing, after nearest pursuit of Bad News, drew out midway of the stretch appearing like the winner, but succumbed in the last stride of a hard stretch drive. Bad News made the running for seven furlongs before tiring and finished close up. King Sol was outclassed. The WiTcrached7 98: (77762)Gretna Green. 117; 777G0 Dolly Spanker. 98: 77787 Ivanboe. 103. Overweights King Sol. 1 pound. Montgomery and Dandelion Work Well MONTGOMERY AND DANDELION WORK WELL. San Francisco. Cal.. October 22. S. C. Hildreth is pointing Montgomery for the Opening Handicap as well as Dandelion. Montgomery worked a mile today very comfortably in 1:44. Dandelion's bit broke while being worked, "but ilie pulled up of. his own accord after going six furlongs in J.:l'ig. Firestone worked six .furlongs in 1 :15 under a hard null. Ocean Shore went seven furlongs in 1:29. Let 'Er Fly. one of Joe Jones' yearlings, worked a quarter in 23. . , , Hildreth has taken what virtually amounts to second call on jockey V. 'Powers, who comes here to ride for Barney Schrciber. ... C. C. McCafferty Is here from Kentucky to train Dr. Leggo. Jacomo and .Toe Nealon for Frank Clancy, to whom he sold those horses at Seattle. He will also take up Nine Spot, the only horse he has in California, and later on may bring to the coast several young horses that he has in Kentucky. Jockey Sweet will leave New York for San Iran-cico next Sundix- A carload of horses that arrived from Salt Lake City today Included C. W. Chappcll's Etapa. Sir Bril- 1 lar. Pole.vard. Sir Wesley. Harry Stanhope. Royal River and Halton: O. Morton's Ellerd. C. E. Turpln's St. Avon and Steve Judge's Curriculum and Kelowna. Heaslip to be President and Manager HEASLIP TO BE PRESIDENT AND MANAGER. New Orleans. La., October 22. Samuel F. 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Palamon. ti Mortiboy, The Shaughraun, Sea Salt. J. L. Dempsey. Notes of the Turf NOTES OF THE TURF. Tlie sale of the Antrim Stock Farm yearlings will be held In the paddock at Oakland Tuesday. November 24. J. H. Dempsey. well known at all racing points, and for years associated with W. E. Applegate. died on Tuesday night at Seattle after a brief illness. The Dufferin Park judges have reinstated jockey Alex. with, a proviso that his absence was highly desirable. The biut led to his prompt departure for Baltimore. R. F. Carman is said to be seeking lo regain possession of (Mark Antony II. The horse was very serviceable to him but has won nothiug since passing out of bis possession. Jake Marklein says that Orly. the formerly good racer brought from England to this country by John A. Drake, is pulling a huckster's cart in Cincinnati and appearing in 'thriving condition. The stud of T. G. Bright was sold at Danville. Ky.. AVednesday. It included thirteen broodmares and the stallion. Ruskin. Tlie mares sold very cheap and one of them was Larkspur, an excellent racer In ber time. John Mackcy predicts that Colin will race soundly In England and make a show of his English relatives. He does not think so well of Ballot's chances. Jimmy Rowe is doubtful about Colin standing training, "but is sure he will do great things if he-does. Tomrav Sandy and Bobby Palms, two suspended riders who have been exercising horses at the Emeryville track, were notified that they would not be allowed to do so any longer as a result of Judge Hopper's order to keep all suspended riders off the track. Jockey Coburn. brother of the former well-known rider. "Monk" Coburn. is "alloping horses at Oakland every day and has made a good impression on horsemen there. He showed sufficient good form at Seattle to warrant the belief that he will make good iu the saddle. Matt Reis. who was unable to obtain a sufficient number of stalls for- his horses at Emeryville, lias arrived at Santa Anita from Seattle with his stable of well-known performers. Including Entre Nous. Belle of Iroquois, Ida May. Miss Officious. Dr. Coleman. Reforniatlon and Herlves. Henry Ziegler's Night Rider is now pulling a buggy at Versailles, Ky. This colt was very promising as a yearling but when he went to the post In the first and only race In which lie was started bolted as the barrier went up and was left. Zlegler tried him -out but concluded he would not do. The latest work-outs reported from Oakland show that the track has dried out sufficiently to enable ! i trainers to get faster work out of their horses. Little Jane reeled off a quarter in 23ii seconds. Phalanx wont live-eighths In 1:02?: Blagg stepped three-eighths iu 37 and Achieve covered a half in 10t. Answers to Queries I ' ( . ! ! I i i , ' j , , , , . : , j 1 ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed: nor will any answers be sent by mail. D. P.. Chicago. Cannot inform you. . L. E. S., Middlctown, 0. Joe Howell was C to 5 to show. O. I.. St. Louis. Mo. Leonard was out to show October 19. M. B.. Chicago. Ida D.. out to sbow; Chief Hayes, even to. show. C. H. W.. Chicago. Joe Howell closed at S to 1. 3 to 1 and C to 5. L. R. D., Chicago. Joe nowell was 3 to 1 place and C to 5 to show, October 19. J. W., Chicago. Lady Isabel closed at 7 to 10 straight, place out. The .wager was a draw. O. B., St. Louis, Mo. Cannot inform you. All that was secured from there was published. J. C. B., Chicago. Chief Hayes was even money to show In the third race at Dallas, October 19. J. J..S.. New York. Ida D. and Lad of Langdcn ran, Ida D. finishing third and Lad of Langdcn unplaced. Ick, Toronto. Yes as to yonr query concerning I'iinlieo, also any other place where the betting is public. A. W. A., Detroit. Mich. The bet should be paid. It Is the same horse that had won under the name of Ixnidon. II. G. R., St. Louis. Mo. Post time first race 3 p. in., at post 3 minutes. Post time last race 5:10 p. in., at post 1 minute. Harvey O.. Chicago. If Minlo bad finished as good as third you would have been entitled to payment. As lie did not, tlie wager lost. T. B. F.. St. Imis, Mo. There may have been a small place price against Leu's at some stage of the betting, but nothing was on otfer against him at tlie close. Frank, Toronto. Went to post at 3:40: at post 2 minutes. Toronto, in standard time, is in eastern, while Dallas is iu central lime, or a difference by standard time of one hour. F. J. W., Chicago. John E. McMillan was not quoted out to show. The chart plainly shows $190 bet on him to show in the inutuels. which would have netted close to even money if ho had been Placed. Dallas Entries DALLAS ENTRIES. Probabilities: Weather cloudy: track heavy. XRuns well iu mud. Superior mud runner. First Race 3-4 Milo. 2-year-olds. Selling. Ind. Horse. A. Wt. Udcp. 77752s Sorvicence 10S..725 77092 Gladys Louise .... 105.... 720 77752 Flume - 100 715 77793 Lomond 110. . X715 77752 Reinette 100 710 77775 The Slicker 105..X705 77793 Cuban Boy 103 705 77810 Approbate 112 700 77793 Evelyn K. 105 700 77775 Misprision 105.... 700 Second Race 1 1-4 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 77S23 Viucentio 5. .107. . X725 77781 Flavigny 5.. 99.. X 720 77797 Olivett 4.. 104 715 73770 Nine 0..104..X715 77795 Adesso 5. .102. . X715 77823 John 'McBride 5.. 99..X710 77823 Melior 5.. 99 710 77779 Too Blue "... 90 710 7779(5 Olierou 5. . 10 1 . . X 705 77781 Crafty 4.. 104. . X 705 77503 Bitter Fair 3.. 95 705 77513 Annie Sanford 0..301 700 77779 Knight Blaze 0. .101 700 77779 Florence N 3.: 99.. X 700 Third Race 5 1-2 Furlongs. All Ages. Handicap. (775S1) Momentum 4..114..X725 77754- Bark Row 5..11S..X720 77793 Minnoiette 2.. 90 715 (77S17) Smithy Kane 0..310..X710 77714 Dr. Mack 5. .110. . X7I0 77819 Pedigree 3.. 100. .X705 77817 Lena Lech 2.. 90..X705 Fourth Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 77751 Chief Hayes 5. .109. . X 725 77777 Bertha E 5.. 101.. 720 77770 Kiainesha II 5. .109. . X715 77750 Aquiline 3. .101. .. .715 77797 Sink Spring 4..104..X715 77778 King Leopold 4..I09..X710 77750 BellUower 3.. 99 710 7777S Hiram 4. .109. . X705 77819 Cook Sure 5..109..X700 77091 Calahash 5..109..X700 777-80 Bonnie Prince Charlie C..101..X705 Fifth Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 77795 Ed Tracy 4.. 10!) 725 77821 Isabel Ainlree 4.. 109 720 77798 Woodline 4..109..X715 77817 Virginia Lindsey... 3..104..X715 77823 Communipaw 4..109..X710 77730 Watuga 3..104..X710 77779 Conjurer 7. .112. . X705 77795 Mary Candlemas .. 4.. 109.. X 705 77753 Captain S y d n e y Smith 3.. 101 705 777S0 Ann Hill 5. .109. . X700 7777S Monument 3. .107. . . .700 Sixtli Race 5 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 77777 Dick Rose 3..10I..X725 77797 Workmau C. .117. . X720 77770 Balshot 5. . 109. . X715 77777 Little George 4..114..X715 77821 Wahoo 3..101 715 77005 O. G. Parke 5..117..X710 7779S Kingthorpe 0. .114 . . X710 77798 AVinola 3. .109. . X705 77750 John Sparks 3.. 10!) 705 (77822) Anoura 3. .109. .705 77798 Katherine Murphy . 3..104..X705 77777 Padrone 3. .115. . X700 77822 Safeguard 8.. 113.. 700 77777 Nairn 3..109 7O0 77753 Bill Bramble 3. .112. .. .095 Seventh Race 5-8 Mile. All Ages. Selling. 7779S Nettie Carita 4..105..X725 77711 Miss Beaumonter . . 2.. 100.... 720 77775 Sensible 2.. 105 715 77711 Minnie Bangert ... 2.. 105 715 77752 Louise F 2.. 105 710 77792 Lady Stealing 2.. 105 710 77792 Clef 2..105..X705 7773S Mrs. Flannigau . . . . 2. .100. .. .705 77752 Speight 2. .105. . X70O 77559s Gleuart 2.. 105 700 Toronto Entries TORONTO ENTRIES. (Dufferln Park.) Probabilities: Weather clear: track fast. XRuns well in mud. Superior mud runner. First Race 5-8 Mile. All Ages. Maidens. Allowances. Ind. Horse. Wt. Rec. A. Wt. ndep. 77S14 Leonard 107 l:03i 2.. 103 700 777S9 Istrouma 2.. 95 095 77773 Advance Boy .. 107 1 :071 2.. 103 0!X) 77790 Fantasia 105 1:001 3. .100. . X0S5 77790 Victoria Girl 0..1O1 OsO 77100 Goatfell 5.. 103 070 Second Race 3-4 Mile. 3-vear-olds and upward. Selling. (77SI5) King Thistle 102 l:35j 3..10G..X725 77791 Black Hawk 97 1:152 3. .100. . X720 (77790) Renaissance 107 1:191 G. .103. . X715 (77703) Left Guard 10511:141 5. .10S. . X710 (77791) Autumn Flower ... 9G 1:10k 4.. Ill 705 777SS Potent 105 l:19e 4..10S 700 Thiril Race 4 1-2 Furlongs. All Ages. Selling. (77S14) LA TOSOA III. ... 2.. 97 725 77814 Arveight Leonard.. 2. .100. . X720 77790 Miss Cesarion 110 :SC2 4..114..X715 77771 Maid of Carroll 3..107..X710 777SS Lep Godchaux 3. .112 705 77S13 Caltha 30!) :5S1 3..112..X705 77771 Roos 107 :55J 3..107..X700 Fourth Race 1 Mile. 3-year:olds and upward. Selling. (77S13) Cosmopolitan 100 1:421 3..103..X725 (77S11) Little Minnie 105 1:47 3.. 100 720 77791 Harry Richeson ... 4..10S..X715 77S11 Ladv Lissak 101; 3:42?. 3..10S..X710 77788 Potent 4..10S 705 77812 AVicklow Girl 5..10S 700 77813 Inspector Purvis .. 3..103..X700 Fifth Race 5-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 77790 Hasty 01 1:03J 3. .100. . X725 77790 Miss Cesarion 100 3:01 jj 4..103..X720 77S11 Revery 101 1:01 & 3..100..X710 77770 Muldock 5.. 103 700 04821 Kalboui 5.. 103 700 The figures under "Rec." in above entries show the best time made bv the horse at the distance, with weight carried, since January 1. 190C. This time is not necessarily made by a winner. It way be the estimated time o a losing performance. Dallas Form Chart DALLAS FORM CHART. Dallas, Tex.. October 22. Weather wet: track heavy. Fifth day. Texas State Fair meeting of 13 days. Presiding Judge. Joseph A. Murphy. Starter. Arthur McICnight. Racing Secretary. 15. E. Cabell. 77816 First Race 5-S Mile. 2-year-olds. Selling. Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. CI. PI. Sh. 77792 Coatcutter 110 1 Murphy 5 2 1 77753Mariana 110 2 T Rice 3 1 1-2 77510 Mascarol 105 3 Molesw'rth 15 C 3 Time, 1:0SJ. Winner J. Burttschell's b. g, by Rensselaer Amelia P. 77792 Gus Couniot. 110: 77755 Lizzie, 110: Phii-arie. 105: 77792 CIntilla, 110; (77709) Feckless. 110: 77445 Streaker. 105: Approbate. 10S: 77709 The Rose of the Kancho. 110: Annual Interest, 105: Virsain. 105: 77C0O Periwinkle. 105 : 77037 Aliens. 105; 77003 Jim Ernies, 103. also ran. Scratched Hiram Thompson, 110. 77817 Second Race 5 1-2 Furlongs. All Ages. Selling. Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. CI. PI. Sh. 69505 Smithy Kane 10!) 1 ICIein S 3 3-2 77500 Horace II. S9 2s Rose 4 S-C 4-5 7773S Transform 1)2-1 3 Hogg 5 2 1 Time. 1:171. Winner Bishop t Lee's eh. g. C. bv Rancocas Hod Nellie. 74148 Toy Boy. 109 : 77739 Lena Lech. SO: 77739 Meadow. 80: 77712 Virginia Liudsey. 101. also ran. Scratched (74119) The Bear. 10!): 77751 Chief Hayes. 109 : 77714 Dr. Mack. 112; 77559 Gleuart. 80. Overweights Transform. 31 pounds. 77818 Third Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. CI. Pi Sh. 77777Miss Delaney 100 1 T Rice 9 5 3-5 out (771s7)Gronade 101) 2 C Henry C 2 1 71101 Malta 109 3 Shriller 15 0 3 Time, 1:501. Winner R. E. Watkin's b. f, 3, by Plaudit Laodice. (77501)Georg0 II. White. 100: 77457 Melange, 100; 77503 Captain Lytic, S)S: (77781 )Golf Bail, 112; T7712 Pat Orniis. -100. also ran. Scratched 77779 Florence N.. 100: 77795 Miss lircoze. 109; 77740 Eloctoiine. 10!). 77819 Fourth Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. I nil. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. CI. PI. Sh. (77797) King Wilda 101 lk J Howard 2 15 1-3 75214Vesine 101 2 Molesw'rth 15 0 !! (ii77!))IJuwitcliod S7 3 .1 Reed 7 21 C-5 Went in entries as Vosine. Time. 1 :50. Winner II. T. Batcheler's ch. g. 0, by King William II. Wilda. 773S5Cock Sure. 99: 77592 Snow Ball. 101 : 77741 Belle Scott. 99: 77730 Ida I).. 97: (77754) I lauds Around. 100; 777Sl Pedigree. 90. also ran. Scratched (7743S)Cooney IC. 102; (77790)Lad of Langdcn, 99. 77820 Fifth Race 3 1-2 Furlongs. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. CI. Pi. Sh. 7777C J. J. McC. 112 H Blair 5 2 1 7717S RoyalArtillery 114 2 T Rice S-5 4-5 out tti'JS Lukes Thrush 101 3 Marouin 10 4 2 Time. 1:20. Y inner IT. Bertram's ch. b, 5, by Phil Warren Velma. by Plusetto. .77753 Lithosia. 109; 77537 Lidwina. 114; 77515 Listii. 101; 77770 McLaren. 109: Florence Myers, 114; 7i77 Gardiner Tyler. 114, also ran. Scratched Execute, 101. 77821 Sixth Race 5 1-2 Furlongs. All Ages. Selling. Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. CI. Pi. Sh. iiir,?,ya,lk, ,J1 H Murphy 2 1-5 out ..C9.Conial 101 25 .1 Reed 4 S-5 4-5 77770 Wahoo 109 3 J Brooks S 3 3-2 Time. 1:1S. Winner J. Burttschell's ch. c. 2, by Handsel Golden Rose. 77750 lincle Tim, 109 : 77770 Isabel Ainfree. 114: Miss Amanda. Ill; 77750 S'ansanion, 109; 77795 Reticent. 114; 77712Ora Sudiluth. 109; 77752 Knight of the East. S9. also ran. 77822. Seventh Race 5 1-2 Furlongs. All Ages. Selling. Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. CI. PI Sh. i77 Anoura 109 1 Butwell" 2.'. 1 1-2 1 1 770 James V. Ill 2 Lowe 4" S-5 4-5 77753)Parton 91 3 .las Hogg 4 S-5 4-5 Time. 1:17!. Winner R. N. Vestal's ch. f. 3. by Star Shoot Chapter. 777133Virginia Bench. 109: 7779SChinn Belle. 114: ii70 Safeguard. 114 : 77411 Toboggan. Ill; 77770 Annie Donahue. 109. also ran. Scratched -7771 l-ilinnie Bangert. 91; 7709lI'll Meter. 114; 77752 Miss Snack, 91. 77823 Eighth Race 1 Mile. 3-ycar-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horse. Wt. Fin. Jockey. CI. PI. Sli. 777S0 John Garner 109 l4 Shrlner S-5 3-5 out 77757Vincentio 112 2k J Howard 2J 1 1-2 7731C Associate 99 3 J Reed S 3 3-2 Time. 1:59. Winner Charles, Bros.' b. g. C. by Deerslayer Satinet. 77779Melior. 104 : 7777S Translucent. 99; 77790 Bitter Man, 100; 77779'Jolm McBride. 99: 77795 Cominunlpaw. lOl: 77795'Alvise, 10!). also ran. Scratched 77795 Adesso. 102; 77770 Too Blue. 90; 77753 Bill Bramble, OS: 77781 Lady Moneuse. 101; 77793 Jack's Queen, 99. Toronto Form Chart TORONTO FORM CHART. yff-(Dufferln Park.) Toronto, Ont., October 22. Weather clear: track fast. 77811 First Race 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horse. "Wt.St.Str.Fin. Jockey. Op. CI. 777:iOLittle Minnie 113 3 2' l"k Goines 3-2 C-5 77771 Revery 113 1 Ink 21 McArdle C 7 77751 Lady Lissak 113 5 4 3'1 AWill'ms 3-2 3-2 7777lRusstoue 113 2 S 4" Murray 3 75700 (Sold liars US 1 5 5 Finch 4 0 Little Minnie, place. 2-5; show, out. Revery, place, 21; show, 7-10. Lady Lissak, place, 1-2; show, out. Time. 201. 53. 1:20. Winner W. M. Carroll's b. f, 3, by Steph Lilian! Isohel. Went to post at 3:01. At post 2 minutes. Start poor. Won driving: second and third the same. Scratched (77790) Renaissance. 11S: 77791 Wick low Girl. US: 77790 Victoria Girl, 111. 77812 Second Race 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horse. Wt.St.Str.Fin. Jockey. Op. CI. 77S4 Polar Star 100 1 l8 1B T liae 1 1-2 77730 Tagane 111 3 2 25 McArdle C C 77791 AVicklow Girl 111 1 3 3 Cunnings 15 S 77771 Sea 103 7 4 1 Gould 2 4 77771 Betsy Binford III 5 5' 5 Goines S S 7772S Bonfire 111 2 fl C Furman 15 25 77790 Sugar King 111 G 7 7 Moore 12 i: 77770 Hanklloliday 111 S S S McDonald f. s Polar Stai place. 1-3; show, out, Tagane. place, 3-2; show, 1-2. Wicklow Girl, place. 3; show. 3-2. Time. 20. 53. 1:18?.. 1:4Sr. Winner J. T." Muir's hr. g. 3. by Star Shoot Ravenna. Went to post at 3:41. At post 5 minutes. Slart poor. Won cantering: second and third easily. Scratched 77727 Cyclops, 114. Overweights Polar Star, 3 pounds. 77813 Third' Race 7-S Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horse. Wt.St.Str.Fin. Jockey. Op. CI 77772eosmoiolitan 103 1 I1?. IJ Goines 2 1 77771Inspec.I'lirvis 103 3 2 2k Knight 2 3 77SUlady Lissak !S 1 1 3 AWill'ins 2 2 777Ss('altha 103 2 31 4 Finch 3-2 .2 CosmoMlitan. place, 2-5; show. out. Inspector Purvis, place. 0-5; show, out. Lady Lissak. place. 3-5; show, out. Time. 25?, 52R. 1:1S. 1:32. Winner M. Welsh's b. c. 3, by Woolslhorpe Kosmo. Went to post at 4:11. At post 1 minute. Start good. "Won driving: second and third the same. Scratched 7779lBIack Hawk. 10S; (77791 )'Au-tumn Flower. 100. 77814 Fourth Race 5-S 'Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. Ind. Horse. Wt.St.Str.Fin. Jockey. Op. CI. (777S9)La Tosca. III. 109 1 1' 1' AWill'ins 1-2 2-5 777731 Miing Hare 112 2 2'J 2 Murray 2. 4 777S9Arv'tLeonanl 112 3 4 3 T Rae 2 21 777S9 Leonard 101 4 31 4 Finch 5 S La Tosea III., place, out: show. out. Ching Hare, place. 1; show. out. Arveight Leonard, place. 2 5; show, out. Time. 25. 52i. 1:051. Winner F. Funis' hr. f. by Rockton La Tosca II. Went lo post at 4:32. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won driving: second and third the same. Scratched 77789 Istrouma. 101; 777S9Londou. 109; 77789 Trappe. 101. 77815 Fifth Race 1 1-1G 'Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. Ind. Horse. Wt.St.Str.Fin. Jockey. Op. CI. (777SS)King Thistle 100 1 H 1' AWill'ms 12 1 2 77770'Onnyr 9S 2 3 2'1 Murray 4 5 77791True Boy 103 3 2'1 3 Chappell 2 3 ? King Thistle, place, out; show, out. Orniyr. place, 1; show, out. True Boy. place. 3-10; show. out. Time. 23g. 52. 1:17ft, 1:47. 1:55. Winner M. E. Blunie's b. g. 3, by Knight ot the Thistle Rosalie. Went lo post at 5:02. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won handily: second and third driving. Scratched 77772 Night Mist. 100 : 77791 Water Lake, 100: 77791 Harry Richeson. 103; 77728-Tony fer Hart. 105; 77812 Wicklow Girl. JOU (77812)Polar Star. 100. Latonia Form Chart LATONIA FORM CHART. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1908. WEATHER CLOUDY. TRACK FAST. Fourth day. Latonia Jockey Club. Fall Mooting of 21 days. (13 lxxks on.) Presiding Judge. C. F. Price. Starter, J. J. Holtnian. Racing Secretary. E. W. Maginn. Racing starts at 2:00 p. m. W indicates whip. S spurs. B blinkers. Figures in parentheses following Hie distance of each race indicate index number, track record, age of horse and weight carried. 77QO f FIRST RACE 5 1-2 Furlongs. (50OIS-1 :00 2 100.) Purse $100. 2-year-olds. 0 6 O ji tfc Selling. Net value lo winner S300. Ind Horses AWtPPStVl V: Sir Fin Jockeys Owners O II C P S ' 777.r.DISPITT3 w 109 7 5 41 31 21 Ink Glasner W 1' Rood 10 15 15 2.'. 3 5 777l2ARION12TTI3 w 100 0 3 1 l'J2 Kennedy T, A Cella 2 2 S-5 2" 5 out i777t2)l)R. UOWMiV.na wn 103 5 7 0l 5" 3.'. 3'1 M .McGee l: Sehreiber 3-5 3-5 3-5 out 77C95 MIQITI3 O'BItllSN wi: 101 4 C f. 1' 4i 41 Garner O L Sandford 50 100 100 30 V 77705 CLAIBORNE! WS 99 1 1 31 C1 0 f.nk Brannon S N Holmnn 20 40 40 S 2S 771I9S JULIKT M. W 9S 9 1 2A 21 5 C Franklin .1 L Keeson 50 100 100 40 Ij 70791 OL1V10 KLY W M 2 S S' 7 7l Devcricli A Tlliney 30 30 30 S 2 77075 LADY R10NSSELAER Wi: 101 3 2 71 S S S K Martin III Miller 50 100 100 30 1? 77521 TH1CLPI1USIAN W 101 S !) 9 3 9 9 J Butler 11 13 Iecbleiter 50 100.100 40 15 Time. 23J, 17!.. 1 :00i. 1:071. Winner Or. c, by Faraday Inconstancy (trained by W. P. Reed). Went to post at 2:13. Al post 1 minute. Start fair. Won driving; second and third the same. Dispute, after running forwardly from the start, came with a rush in the last furlong and, getting up in the last seventy yards, was drawing out at the end. Arionette showed tlie most speed for a half, but tired fast in the last furlong. Dr. Ilolzherg, taken wide most of the way, came fast in the stretch, but ran below bis best form. Mique O'Brien was prominent all tlie way. Claiborne was in close quarters for three furlongs and ran fairly well. The winner was entered for $400; no bid. Scratched 77722 Zeola, 90. Overweights Dispute, 1 pound: Juliet M., 2. 77QOf SECOND RACE 3-4 Mile. (75477 1 :12gi10S.) Purse $400. 2-year-ohls. 0 ( OialO Allowances. Net value to winner $300. Ind norses AWtPPSt V Sir Fin Jockeys Owners O II CPS (77524)SORROWFHL W 105 2 2 2 2 2 li M McGee 1 Sehreiber 21 31 1C-54-5 out 777I3T. M. OREKN W 109 4 1 1". ll l' 2 Pickens D N Prewitt 1 0-5 1 2 5 out 77522 GLIDING BI3LLB W 102 C 4 3i 3l 3 3'1 J Butler W F Scbulto 15 15 15 31 C-5 777(M)ORNAMOSA w 100 10 C 51 5 4 Deverich S Williams 20 20 15 C 3 77C9SIRRIGATOR w 105 5 5 5 41 41 5s Kennedy L A Colla 3 31 3 7-10out 77725 ADD13R W 100 3 3 4 0 C C Franklin C S Meddls CO 200 200 60 20 Time. 232. 47?.. 3:133. Winner B. f, by Bannockburn Trailer (trained by W. Wbalen). Went to post at 2:3S. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won driving; second and third tlie same. Sorrowful followed T. M. Green closely for a half and, gaining steadily in the stretch drive, wore him down in the last few strides. T. M. Green showed superior early speed, but tired iu tlie stretch and tried to bore out in tlie last furlong. Gliding Belle ran a good race and was close up for a half. Irrigator ran poorly and can do much better. Ornaniosa made up ground lu the last quarter. Adder was outclassed here. Overweights Gliding Belle, 2 pounds. 7l7QOft THIRD RACE 1 Mile. ( 75520 1 :3S 51 11 . ) Purse $300. -1-year-olds and upward. 4 S O Selling. Net value lo winner $225. Ind Horses AWtPPSt rA Sir Fin Jockeys Owners O II C P S 777C9 BRANCA S Wit 7 10G S 4 31 21 l'l I'S 1 Heidel W Gerst 2 2 1 1-2 out 777G9 HOWARD SIIEAN wsi: 4 1 03 1 2 9 S' 7U 4 2'1 Brannon J C Nally C 15 15 5 3 2 77C91 M ARTI ITS w 7 110 7 1 2' 3l 3i 3' 3'' 10 Martin F Gerinir Sr 40 4 0 20 7 3 (77430NAT U. -wn C 105 5 0 CM 4l 5 51 41 Glasner G Hendrie 3 3 3 1 1 3 77711 STONRR HILL wn 5 105 10 2 1' H 2U 2i 51 Pickens J Kvenuan 15 20 20 S 4 77721 JITDG1S TRliKN W 1 105 5 7l 7l C1 S George I' M West 40 40 -10 15 7 77295 TOM M'APKK Wis 4 100 2 !) 0 51 S1 71 7 Deverich T P Wilson 20 CO 00 20 10 77520 HON R BRA KIS W C 110 4 S S1 G'A 41" S Ss Foy W Steuve 10 10 S 3 'S-5 7757STlVOLINI Wis 4 105 3 10 10 10 US 9 9 Kennedy I A Cella 2J 3J 31 C-5 1 2 7702&SROW12R wis 5 105 9 7 4l 91 10 10 10 J Butler II Boone 20 50 50 15 7 Time. 241. 41. l:Lr. 1:411. Winner Ch. h. by Knight of Ellerslie Bracket (trained by .1. Blute). Went to post al 3:02. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won easily: second and third driving. Bran-oas was saved in tlie earlv running, went into the lead when called on and won going away. Howard Shean dropped far back early, then' closed a big gap and finished fast and gamely. Martins was welt up throughout and outstayed Nat B. at the end. The latter ran well and finished gamely. Stoner Hill showed the most speed for three-quarters, but tired fast in the stretch. Tivolini sulked most of the way. The winner was entered for $30O; no bid. Scratched (77S03)Mortiboy, 103. Overweights Brancas. 1 pound. . 77Q07 FOURTH RACE 1 1-16 Miles. (7149S 1 :451 3 10S.") Purse $000. 3-year-olds and B 8 f upward. Handicap. Net value to winner $450. Ind norses AWtPPSt 'A Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II C P S (77715)OLI) HONF-STY W 4 112 3 1 l'l 1 1 l'l 12 M McGee A J Corey 1-3 2-5 7-20out 777CSZIFJNAP W 5 105 2 3 2'4 2 2 2'.'. 2 Garner W P Kehultc 4 5 5 1-2 out St 777(;sTKRAII Wis 3 101 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 J Butler 33 A Brennan 4 51 CI 3-1 out Time. 24. .10?. 1:141. 3:391. 1:40. Winner B. c. by Previous Mamie Doyle (trained by A. J. Gorey). ,,.., Went to post at 3:29. At post 5 minutes. Slart good. on driving: second and third Hie same. Old Honesty showed much tlie most speed and won all the way. finishing with something in reserve. Zio-nnp. hard ridden throughout, ran a good race and was wearing the winner down slowly at the end. Terali had" no mishaps and was outclassed here. Overweights Terah. 5 pounds. . , 7r700Q FIFTH RACE 7-8 Mile. (501S9 l:25g 3 301.) Purse $400. 3-year olds and up- 1 i O J O ward. Selling. Net value to winner $300. Iwl Horses AWtPPSt U "A Str Fin Jockeys Owners CHOPS 77053 HEINE wis 5 10C C 3 2 2 1 1 l4 Glasner G Straus 1 C-G l 1-3 out 77741 LADY CAROL WJ1 5 105 5 2 luk 31 2 2 2 J Butler G II' H51Io C 9 9 2 3-C Page 4 Oroonoka OR00N0KA, ch. g. 3. hy David Garrick Erora (Mrs. M. L. Britton). Weight today 100. 775SS Hamilton 1 1-2 'Z.Vl fast 1". jnj 7 (i 4 43 ::5 C Itoss Clialfonte. Doubt. AVilton Lackaye. 7750S Hamilton 2 :;:28 f;ist 20 S4 C 2 1 :: 4h r.8J Uraniion SIcamous. St. Ilario. Hedgauntlet. 77134 Hamilton 1 1-1G l:4Si fast ::0 95 II 0 0 C fi-i 21 C Koss Nat B.. Doubt. Mariposa. 773SS Hamilton 1 l:42g fast 9 101 7 C G G 51 33 Garner Throckmorton. Charivari. AVoolspun SIXTH RACE 1 1-8 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (1G!95 1:511 3 OS.) BELLEVIEW. ch. g. 5. bv Eel Dcmonio Gadabout (F. B. Stevens). Wcinrht today 109. 77723 Louisville l! 3:30g fast 31 104 1 3 1 1 1- l'lJ Dutlor Bestorling. Dr. Slrnrall. Lignando. 77C49 IVsvillc 1 1-10 1 : Ki fast 30 100 7 7 7 G &h 57 Franklin Miltiades. Orphan Lad, Quagga. 77578 Iouisville 1 1-2 2:35g fast 4 J 100 5 5 4 4 23 2" J Butler Bestcrling. Tivolini. Bonnie Bard. 77.)01 L'svillc 1 1-4 2:07 fast 14-5 102 5 5 5 5 5 5" J Butler Dunvegan. Albert Star. Aunt Rose. 77333 L'svillc 1 1-4 2:0St good 14 104 7 G G 5 32 2 .T Butler .T. E. McMillan. Tivolini. Boseboro. 7723S Lex'gton 1 1-1 2:074 fast 25 107 2 G c r. 5nk 5s lleidel J.ErcMIllan. Dunvegan. Albert M. MORTIBOY. b. c. 4. hy Albert Counterbreeze (Mrs. M. Goldblatt). Weight today 107. 7803 Latonia 1 1-1G 1 :47A fast 10 102 2 1 1 1 Is Vh Glasner B.Brummel. L.Baldur.T.Shaughraun 77G09 L'svilla 1 1-1 G 1 :4Si fast 13-10 10S 7 ." 3 S 4 4A Heidel St.Val'tine. MaidMilitiint. Miltiades 77527 L'svillo 11-16 1:49 fast 18 107 4 1 1 1 2l 21! Heidel Bestcrling. Lady Baldur. Orph.Lad 7742S L'sville lni70y l:17g fast 13 105 4 2 2 3 41 G8J .T Butler HaunibalBey. Dunvegan. Melange. 76743 Fort Erie lm70y 1:432 fast 15 110 4 2 2 4 41 3" Kennedy Clialfonte. Geneva S.. Lord Dixon. HUERFANO, br. g, 4, by Eddie Jones Free Love (W. A. Hughes). Weight today 104. 77S04 Latonia 1 3 10 2:00 fast 30 10G f, :: :: :i 3- 4 I'ickens farow, Belmore. St. Valentine. 77C09 L'svillc 1 1-1G l:48i fast 0 10S 9 S G 5 0 V Deverich St.Val'tine. Maid.Militant. Miltiades 77551 L'svillo 1 1-S l:54g fast 15 1071 G G 7 7 7 711 Heidel Mattie Mack. Imboden. Mcada. 77471 L'svillo 1 1-16 1:47J fast 12 104 5 G 5 4 22 2J Deverich Hughes. Aroting. Telegrapher. THE SHAUGHRAUN. ch. c. 3. by Nasturtium Ballyhoo (Mrs. M. L. Britton). Weight today 100. WS03 Latonia 1 1 16 1:475 fast 2 99 3 ft 4 3 35 1 Kennedy Morliboy. ISe.iuBniinnifl, L. Baldur. 77553 Hamilton 11-8 1:55 fast 10 104 7 G 4 4 3i A- Musgr'vo Ueidmoore. Char. Gilbert. Golf Ball. 77531 Hamilton 1 1-8 l:55g slow 7 90 4 4 4 4 410 4" C Koss Hanbridge. Ueidmoore. Belmere. 77477 Hamilton 1 1-1G l:48g fast 25 115 2 2 3 3 3 3si Nicol Hanbridge. Clell Turney. Glau6us. 77439 Hamilton 1 1-8 1:53 fast 30 111 G G G 6 G G5J C Ross M.Catesby. Campaigner, S. Shingle. CRAWFORD, br. c. 3, by Lamplighter Later (D. T. Morris). Weight today 95. 777'.y Latonia 1 11G 1:17?. fast 30 98 7 3" M McOce Marathon. Banrida. AVsishakie. 77676 L'sville lm70y l:4Gg fast 300 90 1 4 6 6 4 461 Frasier Sevorus. Maid Militant. Lady Vie. 77607 Louisville 3-4 1:14J fast 30 102 10 10 10 9 10fii Frazier Coldproof. Kobln Hood. Bitter Sir. 77101 Jamestown 3-4 l:lGg fast 15 121 12 12 12 12 12 Frazier Burgoo. Martius. Saltram. 77062 Jamestown 1 1:44 hvy 60 97 7 C 6 6 72 75i Frazier Flarney. Fancy Bird. Usury. WATER COOLER, b. c, 3. by Watercolor Boetlo (G. R. Bryson). Weight today 100. 777 C9 Latonia 1 1-1G 1 :47 fast 30 101 8 7luiJ Butler Marathon. Banrida. Crawford. 75723 Latonia 1 1-16 1:47 fast 25 108 4 7 7 S 71 9"JTroxler Gallileo, The Thorn, AVashakie. 7537G Latonia 1 3-1G 2:01 fast 16 97 11 11 10 10 7& 51" K Martin Albert Star, Tivolini, To. Fayette. 75175 Latonia 1 1-8 1:54 good 17 94 5 9 9 9 7nk Gs Franklin Hughes, nos.Hyiihen, Dr.L.Hutfman 71990 Louisville 1 1-8 l:54i fast 50 93 11 11 9 7 G2 5J Hufnagel Arrow Swift, Camille, Hugliea. SEA SALT. b. f. 4, by Rapallo Breakdown (P. Dunne). Weight today 101. Z7C03 Lsville 1 1-16 1:4SS fast 20 10S 1 6 7 7 7 617 V Powers St.Val'tine. MaidMilitant. Miltiades 73SGG City Park 1 1-4 2:14i mud 6 94 6 5 G 6 C8 518iSumter l'rytania, nooray, I'unky. 73183 F.Gr'nds 1 3-16 2:04J slow 20 95 3 7 7 4 45 591 C Henry John Smulskl, Hooray, Paul. 73124 F.Gr'nds 1 1-4 2:11J good 10 91 3 4 5 5 5 5'S C Henry Orly, Doubt, Flavigny. WINE MERCHANT, ch. g. 3. bv Hapsburg Winepress (H. McCarren, Jr.). AVeight today 95. 7676 L'svillo lm70y 1:16?. fast 45 9S 2 & 9 9 S1 815JHannan Sovorus. 'jraid Militant. Lady Vie. 77621 L'svillo lm70y 1:4GJ fast 35 IS M 2 3 Ci In Hannan Ethel Carr. Banrida. Dr. Simrall. 77547 L'sville lm70y 1:47J; fast 700 97 1 2 2 4 42 4 Hannan Raleigh. Cymbal. Ethel Carr. 77i9S L'svillo lm70y l:47g fast 100 93 3 7 7 8 9 913lHufnagel Hannibal Bey. Dunvegan. Melange. 77305 Lsvillo lm70y l:47g good 50 101 3 4 7 6 6J 5"JSkirvin Stone Street. Scverus. Lady Baldur. Novelty in Race Track Proposed NOVELTY IN RACE TRACK PROPOSED. S. C. Hildreth. whose stable of cracks now quartered at Emeryville represents the investment of a considerable fortune, advances a novel idea for the treatment of the Emeryville track. It is well known that in protracted spells of wet weather the going at Emeryville becomes so deep that at times it is actually dangerous. Hildreth declares that the application to the surface of the track of a liberal quantity of crude oil similar to that used for road work will effectively solve tho problem that the track ollicials And so troublesome each winter. Oh account of the large amounts that he has invested in high-class horses nildrelh has been giving the subject of a safe track in wet weather much study during the past year or two. AVhile in the east the past summer he conducted experiments on a stretch of road adjacent' to his residence, tho results of which convinced him that oiling the track will prove a panacea for the troubles that have to he faced here each succeeding season. Hildreth found, after he had oiled and harrowed his stretch of road thoroughly, that the heaviest rains failed to make it muddy, while adjoining roads were veritable quagmires. The oil-impregnated soil shed the falling rain, while the adjacent ground absorbed it. Dr. Rowoll. trainer for T. II. Williams, who had suggested the oil treatment to' Hildreth, inspected the oiled road several times and was impressed with its possibilities. Since his arrival on the coast Hildreth has discussed the matter with superintendent James Grant of the Emeryville track. The plan represents such a radical departure from existing methods that tho officials naturally look upon it with distrust, but midroth is confident that a test of it on a small section of the track would result in its immediate adoption. He believes that .horses would run over such a track just as fast as they do under existing conditions and that an. oiled track, well worked, would be much easier on a horse's feet and legs than the ordinary dirt track of today. There would be hardly any variation in the speed of the track from day to day, no matter what the state of the weather might be. nildrelh declares it is needless to expatiate upon the advantages of a track that would be uniform at all times. Santa Amita Track Faster than Ever SANTA ANITA TRACK FASTER THAN EVER. The Santa Anita Park track, which proved to be one of the fastest in the country and where records were smashed last winter with such regularity that some doubt was expressed as to the correct measurements of the course until officially verified, is undergoing careful preparation for the coming fall meeting. According to Superintendent Tucker and horsemen competent to judge, records for all distances will be shattered during the coming season. Tho advanced class of horses will have much to do with it, but even selling platers seem to bo able to ruu much' faster at Santa Anita than anywhere else. Horsemen who have been nsing the Arcadia track as a training grounds have been complaining that the going is a little hard, but Superintendent Tucker says "one little shower will change everything to suit them. "Tills track is about the finest, yet one of the most peculiar, so far as soil is concerned, in the world," continued Tucker, pointing to the broad expanse of closely packed dirt, lined with its brilliant white fences. "Adobe and loam from the orchards are its principal composites, and in summer, when the ground is baked, the 'dobe' seems to predominate, and makes the going anything but soft. "One little sprinkle and we are able to fix everything right again. A little harrowing and loosening of the soil seems to give the loam a chance again, and then the course becomes as fast as any of them. We will start right In and by Sunday the dicky-legged horses will be as safe as though running in slush." THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, OAKLAND, PERCY W. TREAT, PRESIDENT. CALIFORNIA. SECRETARY. T O The following Stakes will close Monday, October 26, 1908: OPENING HANDICAP, $2,000 Added. A handicap for two-year-olds and upward at time oC ANDREW SELLING STAKES. $2,000 Added For two-year-olds and npward at time of clo3- a. closing. $00 to start: $10 forfeit; $2,000 added, of which $400 to second and $200 to third. Ing. $00 to start: $10 forfeit: $2,000 added, of which $400 to second and 5200 to third. The V ofe. Weights to he published Wednesday, November 4. To be run Saturday, November 7. 1908. winner to be sold at auction. Those entered to be sold for $3,000 to carry weight for use. Al- v Y 0na KiI' "i.ces: ".V for cacu $r, to. en 1 lb. for each $100 to $G00. Winners of n race of V OAKLAND HANDICAP. $2,000 Added. For two-year-olds and upward. $2,000 added, of fn?in not to be en- A T which $:0 to second and $150 to third: $50 to start: $10 forfeit. Weights to be announced three terf V, w ti, the f?i l?t J?S Q'- with eln ncc. through the entry box the V days before the race is run. Winners of other than a selling race after the announcement of Btletfu- foi K tCi,p 'n Sntnr.il Tnnl,mLcl?or' and tuosc so nic-ue1 wllA beJ,:,,blS. f(,,r lue & T starting fee. To be run baturday. January 1G. 1000. Six and One-Half Furlongs. November 1008. weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. To be run Saturday. 14. y Six and One-Half Furlongs. LISSAK HANDICAP, $2,000 Added. A handicap for two-year-olds and upward at time of A THANKSGIVING HANDICAP. $2,000 Added. A handicap for three-year-olds and upward at w , .'v ? to start M? forfeit: $2,000 added, of which $400 to second and $200 to third. X time of closing. $G0 to start: $10 forfeit: $2,000 added, of which S400 to second and $200 to weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of other than a selling purse after V & third. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of other than a selling tue announcement of weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. To be run Saturday. January 23. 1900. a T purse after the announcement of weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. To be run Thursday, November One Milo. 20. 1908. One Mile and a Furlong. BURNS HANDICAP. $10,000 Added. A handicap for two-year-olds and upward at time of & CROCKER SELLING STAKES, $2,000 Addcd.-For three-year-olds and upward at time of Jj fSilowln-CnnmnnclmPn?Cor Ew'i'S S?MmS? ?" ilccJ?r1 olnhZj v-,mi on, sci,n X of which $400 to second and third. The g J0(o 'vJ2h d V ' KiCT closing. $00 to start: $10 forfeit; $2,000 added, $200 to (to soconil 2 SI 000 to th rd P'S0? ?itwJ,,ch A winner to be sold at miction. Tliose entered to be sold for $3,000 to carry weight for age. Al- Wimior of nthor th , T'v.iHn? J,., KnnL,w.HS?nf m n,V?a,ifl.ve davs "rl0rt0 th0. rat7; X Y towances: 1 11). for each $200 to $2,000. then 1 ID. for each $100 to $500. Winners of a race of hVndicapwd X CTr,n1 ?,a: 11 uunuicapped at at less less man weight foi age. , lbs. extra. To be run Saturday. January SO. 1009. 4fc the value of $900. or of two races other than selling purses after the closing of this stakes not a X fo be entered for less than $1,200. Starters to be named, with selling price, through the entry ,., a Quartor V 4fe box the day preceding the race, at the usual time of closing, and those so named will be liable for ., PALACE HOTEL ,r,TT HANDICAP. $2,000 Added. A handicap for two-year-olds and upward at k. X Btarting fee. To be run Saturday. December 5, 190S. One Mile. mo of closing. $60 to start: $10 forfeit: $2,000 added, of which $400 to second and $200 to V nouueed three days prior to the race. Winners of other than a selling purse after the announce- pTTpnuwT ttctj-dv nnn jj , , . m" tUlu, , " nient of weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. To be run Saturday. December 12. 190S. One Mile. . JfFSMPM:n Arddf ;TTCnCn';TC?r'ol(ls ,f a0,0rl-,(JloVr ?? calas)- $J00 X . , . . , , . . to ftart: $20 forfeit: $o,000 added, of which $1,000 to second and $ii()0 to third. Winners of n 4fr , SACRAMENTO HANDICAP, $2,000 Added For three-year-olds and upward. $50 to start: stakes for three-year-olds in 1909 to carry 5 lbs. extra. Others that have not won at any time a $10 forfeit: $2,000 added, of which $350 to second and $150 to third. Weights to be announced stakes of $2,000. or two races of $1,000 each, allowed 5 lbs.: maidens 12 lbs. To be run Monday a. three days before the race is to be run. Winners of other.than a selling race after the announce- February 22, 1009. One Milo and a Quarter! X Y ment of izhts to carry 5 lbs. extra. To be run Saturday. December lg. M0S. sixteenth CALIFORNIA OAKS, $3,000 Added.-For three-year-olds hllies of 1909 (now two-year-olds). One Mile and a bixtecntli. & . , $75 to start; $10 forfeit; $;t,000 added, of which $G00 to second and $300 to third. Winners of a A. Y CHRISTMAS ,,MflB,, HANDICAP. $3,000 Added. A handicap for three-year-olds and upward at time stakes for two-yeur-olds in 190S, after the closing of tills stakes, or for three-year-olds in 1909 V of closing. $75 to start: S10 forfeit: $3,000 added, of which $000 to second and $250 to third. to carry 5 lbs. extra. Others that have not won at any time a stakes of $1,500. or two stakes of X Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. Winners of other than a selling purse any value in 190S-1909, allowed 5 lbs.; maidens, 12 lbs. To be run Saturday. February 27. 1909. v 4fr nfter the announcement of weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. To be run Friday. December 25. 1908. Ono Mile and a Sixteenth. X , . , . 0,n,0 , and a,Q"aer WATERHOUSE CUP. $5,000 Added. A handicap for two-year-olds and upward at time of T HliW YEAR HANDICAP. $2,000 ffn Added BJJ A handicap f for two-year-olds and upward at time closing. $100 to start: $20 forfeit: $5,000 added, of which $1,000 to second and $500 to third: a of doing. $G0 to start: $10 forfeit: $2,000 added, of which $400 to second and $200 to third. the fourth to save starting fee. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. AVinners T Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. AVinners of other than a selling purse of other than a selling purse after the announcement of weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. To he run V a. after the announcement of weights to carry 0 lbs. extra. To be run Friday, January 1, 1!)09 Saturday, March 0, 1909. Two and One-Quarter Miles. X 5r , , f0neMll and a. Furlong. THORNTON STAKES. $5,000 Added.-For threc-ycar-olds and upward at time of closing. W Y FOLLANSBEE tt HANDICAP, $2,000 Added. AJJ A 4 highweigbt ,t, handicap for two-year-olds and up- $100 to start: $20 forfeit: $5,000 added, of which $1,000 to second. $500 to third, the fourth to & ward at time of closing. $00 to start: $10 forfeit: $2,000 added, of which $400 to second and gave starting fee. Four-year-olds to carry 100 lbs.: live-year-olds. 10S lbs.: six-year-olds and over. v X $200 to third. Weights to be announced three days prior to the race. AVinners of other than a 110 lbs. AVinners of a stakes other than selling at two miles or over this year to carry 0 lbs. 4& selling purse after the announcement of weights to carry 5 lbs. extra. To be run Saturday. Janu- extra. This stakes will be reopened 15 days before the date it is to be run for: entries to ho I ary 9, 1909. Seven Furlongs. received at $50 each: $100 additional to start. To be run Saturday. March 20. 1909 Four Miles. 4$ $ The following Stakes for 2-year-olds of 1909, now yearlings, will close for Entries Monday, December 14, 1 908: 4jL GUNST STAKES, $2,000 Added. For fillies two years old (now yearlings). $50 to start: $10 BELL STAKES, $2,000 Added.-For two-year-olds (now yearlings). SCO to start: $10 forfeit: I T forfeit; $2,000 added, of which $350 to second and $150 to third. Non-winners of a sweepstakes $2,000 added, of which $400 to second and $200 to third. AVinners of a sweepstakes to carry .1 4 Ab allowed 3 lbs., and if such have not won three races. 5 lbs.; two races. S lbs.: maidens, if never lbs.; of two, 5 lbs. extra. Others that have not won three races, allowed 5 lbs.: two races. 8 JL T placed in a sweepstakes. 12 lbs. To be run Saturday. February 13, 1909. Four Furlongs. lbs.; maidens, if never placed in a sweepstakes. 12 lbs. To be run Saturday. March 27. 1909. & Y UNDINE STAKES, $2,000 Added.-For colts and geldings two years old (now yearlings). Four and One-Half Furlongs. a gk. $50 to start: $10 forfeit: $2,000 added, of which $350 to second and $150 to third. Nou-winners GEBHARD HANDICAP, $2,500 Added.-For two-year-olds (now yearlings). $90 to start: 810 V v of a sweepstakes allowed 4 lbs., and if such have not won three races, lbs.; two races. 10 lbs.: forfeit: $2,500 added, of which $500 to second and $200 to third. AATeights to be announced three maidchs. if never placed in a sweepstakes. 13 lbs. To be run Saturday. March 1J. 1909. days prior to the race. AVinners of other than a selling purse after the announcement of weights Y Four Furlongs. to carry 5 lbs. extra. To be run Saturday. April 3. 1909. Five Furlongs. NOTICE ! OVERNIGHT HANDICAPS and special X The Rules of Racing adopted by the PACIFIC JOCKEY CLUB govorn all races. En- rappo vrth ? t OOO tn $9 OOO AAcA tc & & tries for any of theso stakes -will bo received only with the understanding, and on tho dLco WItll pl?UUU LO pA,lUU clClCltiCl lO y X agreement of tho subscriber, that all claims and objections in relation to tho racing shall f f t f bo decided by the Racing Stewards present, or thoso -whom they may appoint, and their eaCrl tniOU.SnOlXt Liie SeaSOll i X decisions upon all points shall ho final. 5 o - In all Selling Stakes beaten horses are subject to claim unless stated otherwise in tho X conditions. 4p In races for All Ages, horses shall carry -weight according to their ages at tho time T thS Commencing January 1st. 1909. will ho given two or threo races each -week for two- M O Fl' E L. EIllifeB "1" 1 400 a a year-olds. Racing Opens November 7, 1908. Address Entries and Communications to Percy W. Treat, Secretary, Oakland Race Track, Emeryville, California. 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