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Page  The Price of This Newspaper Is Ten Cents Everywhere i S D ily VOL XXVI NO SI CHICAGO SUNDAY MAECH 21 1920 SPECIAL EDITION Small But Select Stable: Exterminator at the Head of the Kilmer List This Year.; Eleven 2-Year-Olds, Including Brothers to Sun Briar and Luke McLuke. SMALL BUT SELECT STABLE Exterminator at the Head of the Kilmer List This Year Eleven 2 Year Olds Including IncludingBrothers Brothers to Sun Briar and andLuke Luke McLuke NEW YOUK X Y March III Sun Priar Court which is the home of the Willis Sharpe Kilmer thoroughbreds will send a select string of horses 10 the races this year numbering sixteen With Sun liriar out of the way that excellent gelding Ex ¬ terminator is at the head of the list so far as the older horses are concerned in fact he stands almost lone Mr Kilmer not having had the best of luck with his crop of twoyearolds last year The stlbe is weak in the threeyearold division un ¬ less there are sonic late developments Itnt a glance over the twoyearold list shows that selection in breeding was the fundamental object in Mr Kil ¬ mers punliases Considerable imported blood is running through the veins of much of the stock stockIn In all there are eleven twoyearolds by the most desirable stallions both foreign and domestic Sun Itrae is a brother to Sun Itriar consequently a Snndridge Sweet Itriar colt He also has a Tracery filly dam the English mare Marienwerlh she by Isinglass one of the greatest of English race horses Tliero is also a colt and a filly by Magic the colt Magic Silence bring of goud size and according to Simon Healey who has charge of the stable the largest colt in training as well as bearing the earmarks of a good race horse One of the promis ¬ ing fillies is Amantlaw a beautifully bred filly by SI Aniant Misty Law an English mare and stake winner a daughter of the great English sire Ayr ¬ shire A colt by Light Itrigrade Sobranje seems to fill Mr Ilealeys eye being a fine looker and his trainer predicts a bright future for him Mr Jlcaley also speaks well of Iltmidge a brown colt by ritimus Midge He is a brother to Luke Mc Lukc and is pronounced mc of tin best looking colts in preparation for the ISCJO campaign campaignThat That Sun liriar Court is an excellent establish ¬ ment for breeding and wintering cannot be better demonstrated than by the excellent condition of Un ¬ horses today notwithstanding the extraordinarily severe winter they have passed through This is not the only institution of the kind owned by Mr Kilmer Memlik Hall Virginia also being another home of thoroughbreds belonging to him At Keni lik Hal he has many yearlings in the number being a filly by Assagai Midge a half sister to Luke McLuke which is attracting the attention of horsemen in Virginia There also is a bay colt by Assagai Itoyal Quest the latter a sister to The Tetrarch which would now sell for a fortune in England While the stal stable le of Mr Kilmer may not be as extensive as sum some of the other fashionable owners it will be seen iv the list that it is exceedingly select and if th re is anything in breeding must be considered fo midaldo Many entries in stakes have been made all those worthy the honor having been nominated and T Davies the jockey who was tieveloped by Simon Healey will do most of the riding when weight permits permitsAlthough Although retired to the stud Sun Itriar is in ¬ cluded in the list because Mr Kilmer may con ¬ clude to have him trained after the stud season The stabio list is as follows followsExterminator Exterminator ch g ii by McOee Fair Empress by Jim Core CoreSun Sun Itriar b h by Sundridge Sweet Itriar by St Frusiuin FrusiuinCherubino Cherubino b e 1 by Chaucer Seraphine by Cyllene CylleneMormon Mormon blk c I by Ogden Hose of Gold by Top Gallant GallantMisty Misty Queen br f t by Kings Proctor Misty I aw by Ayrshire AyrshireSekket Sekket ch f by Sundridge Queen Tit by Meddler MeddlerTache Tache oGaunt b f 15 by John oGaunt Sabretache II by Martagon MartagonAmantlaw Amantlaw ch f 2 by St Aniant Misty Ijiw by Ayrshire AyrshirePallotcar Pallotcar ch c L by Pallot Carpathia by Star Shoot ShootHessfin Hessfin b e L by Hessian Affinity by Star Shoot ShootMagic Magic Silence ch e bv Magic Mum by Magicaris ch f 12 by Magic Polaris II by Iolymelus IolymelusOur Our Flag ch c 1 by Cock o th Walk Pri ¬ vate Flag bv Hamburg HamburgSobrigade Sobrigade br e 1 by Light llrigade Sobranje ly Polymelus PolymelusSun Sun Itrae ch e by Sundridge Sweet Itriar by St Frusiiiiii FrusiiiiiiTracewerth Tracewerth ch f by Tracery Marienwerth bv Isinglass IsinglassIltmidge Iltmidge br c i by ritimus Midge by Trenton Glorious Racing Figures Of Past: Peerless Miss Woodford and Her Wonderful Career---Her Supremacy Checked by the Mighty Freeland---Troubadour the Great Conquered by Longfellow's Great Son, the Bard Salvator GLORIOUS RACING FIGURES OF PAST PEERLESS MISS WOODFORD AND HER WONDERFUL CAREER HER SUPREMACY CHECKED BY THE MIGHTY FREELAND TROUBADOUR THE GREAT CONQUERED BY LONGFEL ¬ LOWS GREAT SON THE BARD BySALVATOR BySALVATORIf If present conditions continue there will never be another case of i great race mare bred under similar circumstances to those responsible for the coming into the world of Miss Wood ford the largest money winner of her sex that America thus far has produced she won hirtyseven out of fortyeight races and a total of 118270 in stake and purse money Miss Woodford foaled 1SSO was bred by G W Bowen fc Co of Lexington Ky her sire wing imp Billet and her dam Fancy Jane by Neil Robinson son of Wagner As the story goes Fancy Jane was considered of so little account that she was traded to Bowen for a barrel of whisky and by him put to breeding Her career was a short one as a brood mare as she produced but four fpals the first in 1877 and the last in 1SSO dying about he time she weaned it This was Miss Woodford which as will be seen narrowly escaped having to be brought up by hand handHow How extremely oldfashioned the maternal pedigree of Miss Woodford reads nowadays The extension is as follows Dam Fancj Jane by Neil Robinson granddam by imp The Knight of St George third dam by imp Glencoe fourth dam Yarico by Sumpter fifth dam by Northumberland sixth dam by imp Speculator seventh dam by Godolphin eighth dam by Pegasus ninth dam by imp Bolton tenth dam a mare bought at Flemings sale With the exception of Yarico the fourth dam none of this line of mares except Fancy Jane ever appears to have produced anything of record They are all unnamed and so far as the Stud Book guides us had no lists of foals What is more it is difficult if not impossible to truly identify one of the sires There werpsaveralflldt5mc stallions called Rpjrasjjs i nJ which was which and which yas tother so for as Miss Woodfords ancestry is concerned is indefinite indefiniteNevertheless Nevertheless this very unfashionable and until Miss Woodford and her yearolder own Mter Belle of Runnymedc appeared unproductive family is responsible for the only race mare in the history of the American turf that has gained a place among its ten largest winners she stands eighth on the roster Considering the fact that before and since her day we have had thousands of mares infinitely better bred with pedigrees bristling with famous sires and dams and of the most approved orthodox extension she provides a salient in ¬ stance of those enigmas which confront us on every hand in our attempts to attain either systematic or scientific breeding On a blood basis there is absolutely no excuse for Miss V oodfords occupying the exalted position that is hers and moreover was so splendidly earned by her She retired from the turf in 1885 that is to say thirtyfour years ago and in all that time with all the materials indigenous and imported at the command of the American breeder he has not turned out a performer of her sex to equal or excel her record Would the English General Stud Book today accept Miss Woodford as thoroughbred according to its established standard If her pedigree were to be ransacked we can hardly believe so lor it cannot be extended throughout to animals duly recorded in the English books booksMISS MISS WOODFORD CONQUERED BY MIGHTY FREELAND FREELANDYet Yet Miss Woodford trailed in the dust the colors of Iroquois our only Americanbred winner of the English Derby when a couple of seasons later he returned to the land of his birth and endeavored to establish his claim to supremacy here What a wonderful mare she was Tremendous things were asked of her and season after season when confronted by new aspirants for the highest honors she defended herself with u resolution and an ability that left no doubt in any mind regarding her greatness Near the end of her career it is true Freeland definitely got the best of her But whether at this time she was just the same Miss Woodford as of old that is perhaps to be doubted doubtedIn In all the years that since have come and gone we have had nothing to quite equal that series of duels between Freeland and Miss Woodford in the summer of 1885 There were other horses in the fields but the public took no account of them its interest being riveted olely upon these two mare and gelding respectively the champions of east and west They jjict four times and Freeland won three of these races and the mare the other So closely were they matched that on two occasions only a short head separated them with McLaugh lin on Woodford and Murphy on Freeland giving superb exhibitions of the jockeys art The pitch of enthusiasm to which the entire sporting world became worked up over these desperate combats was intense They were true sporting events in the best sense of the term and not only did shouting thousands witness them from one ocean to the other the continent was ablaze People who otherwise knew nothing about racing and cared nothing jor it became absorbed in the rivalry between the daughter of Billet and the son of Long ¬ fellow and in thousands of cities and towns remote from the scenes of battle waited anxiously for the results to be Hashed over the wires Partisanship ran high Truly there were tons of money wagered on the rivals Auction pools were sold on running races in those days ami on one occasion Miss Woodford and her stablemate Richmond brought 1100 as first choice against 1000 to Freeland and his coupled mate Modesty as fast as the auctioneer coulcl call the bids The fanaticism of admiration imbued the admirers of both The east could not believe that Miss Woodford could be humbled The west would not believe but that 1rceland could humble her herIf If Miss Woodford was a wonder what then was Freeland Perhaps more wonderful 4511 though as a whole his career did not compare with hers He raced sixty times won thirty races and his earnings amounted to but 4301o only about a third as much as the mares He was a year older and his career had been a checkered one At the very time he dethroned her he was a glorious cripple He had never enjoyed the adroit handling the expert maneuvering the perfect placing which she was given But at his best he did not possess her sturdiness and vigor which in her fouryearold form had enabled her to race rwomile heats in 333 331Vi today a worlds record and one which without doubt will permanently remain so soYet Yet there was something indescribably gallant about the figure of Freeland The closest critics analyzing their duels carefully reckoned him a shade the g mcr if to say that as re ¬ garded such a mare as Woodford were not hypcrcriticism hypcrcriticismIn In the end Freeland descended to a stage which had he been human must have been almost the last humiliation The season after he conquered Woodford he broke down and disappeared forever from the race course But a few years later a racing drama called as I remember The Derby Winner made the circuit of the popularpriced theaters and a part of its publicity was a daily parade by a little bunch of thoroughbreds with jockeys up in silks and satins a sufficiently unfamiliar apparition in the streets of a city to attract all and more attention than was the calculation At the head of this parade was the once mighty Freeland king of the turf He had been picked up for the purpose for a few hundreds of dollars and in this way for the last time acted as a breadwinner And in this role I had my farewell glimpse of him one that still lingers in my memory for with the last remnants of his pristine gamencss he endeavored to bear himself gallantly as if to show that once he was a king kingMiss Miss Woodford went to the stud at Rancho del Paso and her record as a matron did not equal that she had established as a racing tool George Kessler by Salvator was her best Coutiuuid 011 sucoud page GLORIOUS RACING FIGURES OF PAS Continued from first page and for a moment during his twoyearold career he looked like something of high class But it was a Hash only and a breakdown soon removed him from the turf Then he went to the itud but his career there was undistinguished On the whole Belle of Runnymede Miss Wbodfords elder sister was a much more successful matron and quite a number of good winners were foaled by her and her daughters daughtersTHE THE GREATNESS OF CAPTAIN BROWNS TROUBADOUR TROUBADOURThe The last season spent by Miss Woodford at the races that of 1886 brought her but one defeat that which she sustained in the match with Troubaddur Who remembers Trouba ¬ dour nowadays Yet this son of Lisbon and Glenluine by imp tGlenelg was surely one of the best horses that has ever graced the American titrf Few colts have ever survived such an ordeal as his two and threeyearold campaigns and gone on to achieve the highest honors As a twoyearold he ran fourteen times and as a threeyearold no less than twentytwo making thirtysix times in all in these two seasons Hanover is often cited as a marvelous example of wearing power because he raced twentyseven times at three but as a twoyear old he had sported silk but three times Troubadour was no such two or threeyearold as Hanover but he was right along with the best colts of his years at that and had less use been made of him at two there is no telling what he might not have accomplished the next season He did not reach his best estate until he was four and then he was practically above ordinances Making one preliminary start he came out in the Suburban and won it in a common canter from a field of nineteen giving weight to everything that started but Joe Cotton As a result of this victory he was matched against Miss Woodford the two meeting ihree weeks later at a mile and a quarter weight for age Troubadour was ridden by Fitz piilrick who had also ridden him in the Suburban while McLaughlin as usual rode the mare Troubadour took the track at Hagfall made his own pace led all the way and won rather easily by threequarters of a length But this finished him for the season as soon after he vent amiss The next one 1S87 he came out like a giant refreshed and ran a series of sensational races against The Bard They met first in the Coney Island stakes at a mile and a furlong and The Bard won but Troubadour beat him back in the Ocean Stakes at the same distance and then rubbed it in by defeating him for the Monmouth Cup at a mile and threequarters For the fourth and last time they met in the Freehold Stakes at Mon ¬ mouth Park and Troubadour a strong favorite broke down in the race The Bard winning vith Barnum second secondTroubadour Troubadour never raced again He went to the stud with the glory of having conquered both Miss Woodford and The Bard and much was expected of him as a sire but these dreams of his owner Captain Sam Brown of Pittsburgh were never realized Lookout was probably the fastest of the get of Troubadour but was too cunning a rascal to here be a classic hero There was one stage of that historic 50000 American Derby of 1803 in which Domino went djwn to such inglorious defeat and Boundless achieved so unexpected a victory when Look ¬ out looked dangerous But just about that moment he decided that the effort was not worth while and stuck his toes into the ground and faded Can we read the moral of Troubadours lack of success as a sire in Bruce Lowes verdict upon the No 0 Family to which the son of Lisbon belonged No G has always been a poor sire family says Lowe You may or may not care much about the Figure System to me it docs not mean much except as a handy guide to common lines of descent on the maternal side but in this case it worked out outLONGFELLOWS LONGFELLOWS GREAT SON THE BARD AND HIS POWER POWERThe The Bard who triumphed over Troubadour in their last encounter and by so doing made the score between them an even one belonged to the No 12 Family which according to Bruce Lowe is the best sire family of them all The son of Longfellow and Bradamante was never the sire that so great a performer and one so well bred might or should have wen but in Gold Heels he did get one of the most brilliant cup and handicap horses of the first years of the twentieth century Incidentally it may be remarked that Bradamante the bin of The Bard was for years accredited with the worlds record at twomile heats namely o32ii 320 made at Jackson Miss Nov 17 1S77 she being then a threeyearold and carrying 87 pounds The performance was made at the Mississippi State Fair for the year in ¬ dicated and upon the last day of the racing thereat For a purse of 2GO think of that ye modern turfmen Bradamante Docility and Lambay contested heats of two miles Brada ¬ mante winning each by two lengths in 332 329 Docility second Lambay distanced in the second heat heatIn In his Guide to the Turf for 1877 Krik H G Crickmore states in a note that The time as given for this meeting is from The Times of that city Later on the cor ¬ rectness of this time was questioned and finally the compilers of racing statistics decided not to allow Bradamantes mark to stand it seeming to them too fast to be true Hence Miss Woodfords performance became and remains the recognized record Yet who shall say that the dam of The Bard did not really run as fast as reported She was certainly a mare of quality she had only a feather on her back and on other occasions that season she ran in close to record time at other distances What is more a few years ago there appeared in one of the turf journals an article in which a turfman who had been present at Jackson Miss the day that Bradamante ran her muchdiscussed twomile heats protested against her bring deprived of honors which he stated were rightfully hers There was he wrote no question but that she actually ran as fast as the time with which she had been accredited Perhaps at this distance from these events now a part of ancient history almost whether she did or whether she didnt may not greatly matter Yet one thing is certain it seems both arbitrary and foolish to cancel the record of Bradamante nd continue to credit as a bona fide record that mile and a quarter of Whisk Brooms in 200 when as is conceded his actual time was from two to three seconds slower there being no doubt in ihe world that a mistake and a glaring one was perpetrated when the official figures were jiven out Kentucky's Big Handicaps: Extraordinary Inducements to Draw Crack Horses of the Day.; Eight of Such Races Endowed with a Total of $62,500 in Added Money. KENTUCKYS BIG HANDICAPS Extraordinary Inducements to Draw Crack Horses of the Day Eight of Such Races Endowed EndowedWith With a Total of 62500 in inAdded Added Money IOriSVILLK Ky March SOThe stable of Ocorse W Loft member of the racing commission of tin State of New York just nrriviil in Ken tiickv lust week from Polmont Turk is the vanguard of in invasion of the Itlue Cniss raing belt which before spring is fjir advanced will iive eclipsed anything of the sort thit lias occurred in past years The rich races for horses three years old and over the Kentucky lockey Clnl closed on March 1 such races as the 10 Kentucky Handicap to lie run at Churchill Downs with the X7r Proctor Knott and the jjCiiMW Clark Handicap the ono Caiudcn Handicap to lie run at Lexington and the S1000 Independence 10000 Daniel Itoonc OilO En liiirer and OIMI Quickstep Handicaps to run at Latonia will make Kentucky racinj in April May and June as attractive to the owners of horses of more mature age as the renewals of the SliOOOO Kentucky Derby loim Latmia Dcrliv 004 Kentucky Oaks and SnOOO Latonia Oaks will Ie to the owners of cherished threeyearolds This springs invasion will therefore lie an invasion of stout and longtried distance running fouryear olds fiveyearoldsgsuul evuJuoldcrhorsJs wJiich ev rv Trim Voicerne is awaiting with flic liveliest interest interestWith With the establishment of Mrs Walter M Jeffords of Philadelphia one of the countrys leading sportswomen and the owner of the highly premising Derby candidate ioldcn Itromii last years winner of the Saratoga Special will come a string of such capable older horses as Dr Johnson Kontledge Star Hampton and Kerensky When II Itedwell comes west with the powerful Derby contingent of the stable of Commander 1 K L ISoss of Montreal he will bring on Sir Itartnn tin winner last year of both the Kentucky l rbv and the Preakuess Stakes also Pilly Kelly Ponifae and War Pennant all of which have wintered splendidly With Dominique hero of last years Walden Stakes at Iimlico Samuel C Hildreth will probably bring on Purchase so far a stranger to western race tracks Liicnilitc star of last years fouryearold division Corn Tassel winner of last years Suburban Handicap Mad Hatter winner of last falls Latonia Championship and Thunderclap winner of the Annapolis Handicap at Laurel Park last October and holder of the new American rec ¬ ord of 1 for one mile and a half Ilildreihs horses have been at Itelmont Park since Novem ¬ ber and they also have wintered well wellKtcrnal Ktcrnal winner of the Irooklyu Handicap of 1 1 will race in Kentucky with the Derby candi ¬ dates the Trout and Hasten On of the stable of James W McClelland but it happens that Ktcrnal will not come on from Havre de Crace with the McClelland threeyearolds lie wintered in the west James Kowe has put by most of tin illus ¬ trious cripples of the stable of Harry Payne Whit ¬ ney but he will bring on from ISrookdale Farm with Dr Clark John P Gricr Leviathan Ipset and Wildair a first rate fouryearold filly in Vexatious a bay daughter of Peter Pan Contrary and the winner last year of the Alabama and Law ¬ rence Realization Stakes StakesBE BE FRANK TO COME WEST AGAIN AGAINCornelius Cornelius M Garrison of New York wiio won last years Latonia Derby and last years Latonia Au tumn Cup with lie Frank so far the best sou of Sir John Johnson has no Derby colt for the coming threeyearold stakes Itnt I5e Frank is in splendid condition at William Jennings farm near Haltimore and he will be coining on toward the end of March lie Frank appears to have a special affinity for the Latonia course He beat Ktcrnal in last summers Lalonia Derby and no less a distinguished runner than Exterminator in the Latonia Autumn Cup Exterminator the only horse of high class past two years old in the stable of Willis Sharpe Kilmer now that Sun liriar has retired will race at both Churchill Downs and Latouia although it is improbable that he can be got ready for the Camdeii Handicap springs renewal of which he won from Midway Exterminator wintered at Sun Itriai Court near liinghamtoii and tin New York winter was unusually severe severeIf If William Karrick succeeds in getting either oC tin promising threeyearolds in the stable of W K Coe ready for early racing he will bring Over There which finished first in last falls renewal of the Lawnnee Realization only to be disqualified rot fouling Thunderstorm and Natural Pridge west with them Karricks threeyearold prospects are the filly Cleopatra which won the Champagne Stakes at Pclmont Park last fall and David Harum a son of Star Shoot Karrick trained Thunderclap the better part of last year with Over There and Natural Iridge and always considered them better than tin Vulcaiu colt Natural Pridge was getting ready for the rOOOd Latonia Cham pionship Stakes when he fell lame at Saratoga last summer Kdward Itcalc Mclxans The Porter was never better than he is this spring The Porter wintered at old Penning track trackMost Most of these proved longdistance runners will train in Kentucky in April The winter has been so unpropit ons in the north and east that horses of all ages are three or four weeks behind as regards condition They will be coming on from Maryland and New York every week or so now experience having taught that training in Kentucky in March and April is easier than it is nearer the ocean There are not so many dangerous changes If however the horses are unusually backward this spring it happens that they are all in about the same condition No group from one part of the country seems to have anything on a group from anotheV section They will meet therefore in Ken ¬ tuckys rich and valuable stakes on evciijterniK and they ought to make the racing its keen tndihterest ing as a number of thoroughly seasoned campaigner would Answers To Queries ANSWERS TO QUERIES i Communications without names and addresses will not be noticed nor answered Xo answers will i be sent bv mail and 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IMPROVEMENTS AT CHURCHILL DOWNS Grandstand Addition Nearly Completed Hundreds of Horses Already Quartered There LOriSVILLE Ky March iO General manager Matt 1 Wimi of the Kentucky Jockey Club ar ¬ rived here last night from French Lick Springs Ind when In has been taking a vacation vacationI I confidently expect that this springs will be the best racing season that Kentucky has ever enjoyed he said and the highest class thorough ¬ breds in America will be seen in action not only in the Kentucky Derby but throughout the three meetings at Lexington Churchill Downs and La tonia The easterners have always been well repre ¬ sented in the spring here but this year they will be more so than ever Our stakes drew a sur ¬ prisingly large number of entries with the cream of horses of all ages in them and I do not look for any more of the Ship and run game on the part of owners from New York and vicinity They will meet more formidable opposition than ever before a lot of it coming from their own class and this will make the racing more interesting than Over OverThe The steel structural work on the extension of the grandstand at Churchill Downs which embraces 30SJ feet will be completed within three days and al ¬ ready some of the new addition is under roof When it is all under cover the work can lie rushed faster than ever as weather conditions will not interfere with it then Two new stables are being built at the Downs and superintendent Tom Young said saidthat that one of tl i will be finished within five days dayswhile while the framework of the other is already up All of the improvements will be done in ample time for the opening of the meeting meetingThere There are at present two hundred and eighty horses at Churchill Downs and one hundred nt Douglas Park This number will be greatly in rea cd within the next few days as soun as the owners at New Orleans can get cars to ship in Others will come from Havana at the end of that meeting meetingThe The two tracks were given a thorough drenching on several days this week but every morning finds a large number of horses out for gallops None of the trainers has attempted anything but light exercise for their horses thus far even when the tracks were fast but it will not be long until they will begin to tighten up their charges The twoyearolds here are an exceptionally fine looking band bandDAMASK DAMASK DUE TO ARRIVE MONDAY MONDAYDamask Damask winner of the Louisiana Derby and a candidate for the Kentucky Derby is expected to arrive here Monday with the rest of the division of the Harry Payne Whitney stable under the care of Mose Goldbhitt Goldblatts own horses are at Churchill Downs now they having been brought from New Orleans by Ken Walters 1 D Adkins was an arrival from the Crescent City with tin horses of the Klrkfield Stable This establishment is owned jointly by Adkins nnl Rod 1 MacKenzie the wealthy Canadian railway magnate magnateEugene Eugene EIrod who has charge of the parimutucl departments at all of the Kentucky Jockey Club tracks came from Lexington Ky yesterday on business connected with his cud of the sport lie spent the greater part of the winter in this section with the exception of a trip east in December and said that In is anxious to get back into harness again againWillie Willie Applegate who was on the firing line at New Orleans all winter got in from that city and will spend a few days here before going cast castThat That the parimutuel form of wagering is gain ¬ ing worldwide fame is indicated by a letter that Charles Grainger received from China imiuiring into the cost of four machines also other informa ¬ tion in connection with them A typo of machine is desired so that 10000 tickets can be sold daily Mr Crainger who is actively connected with the Kentucky Jockey Club is head of the firm of Crainger A Co makers of the parimutuel ma ¬ chines in use at Churchill Downs He also received a communication from New Orleans asking that thattwo two machines and a man to del istrate them lie liesent sent to Katoii Kongc La when the Louisiana legis ¬ lature is in session next May so that the solons of that state can see how they rperate This re ijuest will be complied with Havana HAVANA HAVANATim Tim horses which scim m i m miii r inv tire tireOriental Oriental Park Havana i Cuba March 20 1 Vadu Helle Virgie Lee May Craig 2 Kockarce Hen Hntler Souhie K KS S PKEMITM Pagdadine Encore EncoreI I Foster Embry Marion Hollins Walter Mack Cromwell lolite AY J Press entry Will SHin Cork Chansoiinette II 7 Puck Nail Trophy Solid Kock KockT T K Lynch LynchJRufTalos JRufTalos Handicap HandicapPrFFAIO PrFFAIO N Y March 20 1 Aada Hellc Virgie Lee Hazlcaiit May CraU Foster Kmbry Marion Holliiis Mike Dixon DixonWalter Walter Mack Cromwell Paladin lolite Kuford Guide Post Cork Kalph S Will Soon KEY KNNIS Kielman Solid Kock Ituck Nail NailObservers Observers Handicap Vada Kelle Virgie VirgieCraig Craig Liicie May Kockarei The Snob Naomi AVal Ilelen Atkin Premium Encore Golden Chance MAKION HOLLINS Foster Einbry Walter WalterMack Mack Ed Garrison Garrisonlolite lolite Cromwell W J Press entry Kuford Guide Post Will Soon Plantarcde Native Soil Gordon Kussell Solid Kock Pierman Puck PuckNail Nail The Way To Ship Thoroughbreds: Dr. F. W. Ashe, the Eastern Expert, Gives Advice on Neglected Subject. THE WAY TO SHIP THOROUGHBREDS Dr F W Ashe the Eastern Expert Gives Advice on Neglected Subject Here are some uptodate and sensible sugges ¬ tions about shipping thoroughbreds to and from racing grounds prepared at Daily Kacing Forms request by Dr F AY Ashe an expert who lias been particularly successful in caring for the horses sent to and from Cuba in recent seasons seasonsThere There has always been more or less lo s of life in the shipment of horses especially on long jour ¬ neys and the question has been often asked is to the cause of it In my opinion most cases are due to carelessness or negligence negligenceIn In all shipments the animals should be iu fit condition for the trip and the conveyance pul into a perfectly sanitary condition The first step iu complete disinfection consists in the removal of all loose dust and dirt This should be followed by a thorough cleansing with hot water and soap Dust must be removed from all rracks crevices and corners until the surface is fully exposed and clean This requires sweeping scrubbing and scraping and tearing out of rotten or porous material In some cases the thoroughness of the cleansing process is of more importance than the selection of the dis ¬ infectant Ordinary disinfection does not penetrate a dried coat of manure on woodwork that has be ¬ come porous by decay decayAfter After a thorough cleansing and disinfect hit the car is ready for occupancy The stalls should be bedded with straw or sawdust not that the animal will lie down in cramped quarters but a great many horses will not urinate unless there is some ¬ thing under them as the liquid will splash on their legs and render them uncomfortable This is well demonstrated when a lurse is turned into a well bedded stall or stopped on a soft road The first impulse on the part of the animal is to relieve itself A great cause of sickness in shipping is due to the retention of urine urineThe The car should be well ventilated and plenty of fresh air not closed tight at inght and wide open in day dayIf If a horse breaks out in perspiration he should be rubbed dry and sponged with diluted alcohol alcoholThere There should be plenty of fresh drinking water which should be given often in small quantities This is one of the most essential things in shipping horses Give plenty of drinking water The diet should consist of bran very little grain if any any plenty of good hay hayThere There is no need of knocking a horse down or throwing it off the car when suffering from a car fit as a veterinarian can furnish the shipper with medicine that will surely quiet them themOn On arrival at destination the animals should have gentle exercise A horse likes nothing better than a roll in a sand pit or straw or sawdust after a long trip Horses may have a light cathartic before shipping but drastic purgatives should be avoided before and after the journey After a long trip saline cathartics such as sodium sulphate in small doses are most beneficial suggestions do not apply to the new steel horse cars but t to equipment in which horses have Itccn shipped for a long time and arc mostly shipped In these days of car shortage and railroad uncertainty uncertaintyDIt DIt FUEDEKIOK W AS1IE Havana Cuba March 1 1JM Kentucky Commission Meets Monday: Dates for the Three Big Spring Meetings One of the Things to Be Considered. KENTUCKY COMMISSION MEETS MONDAY Dates for the Three Big Spring Meetings One of the Things to Be Considered LEXINGTON Ky March JO A meeting of the State Kacing Coiumisison has been railed to be held here next Monday morning at 11 oclock Secretary Edward Stoll today stated that the call is made ill the request of Messrs J O Keene vicechairman and T C McDowell for the purpose of receiving the application of the Kentucky Jockey Club for licenses of its tracks and for the purpose of granting spring racing dates Chairman J N Camdea is at Hot Springs Ark and is not expected to be present at the meeting The Kentucky Jockey Club will be represented by General Manager Matt J Winn who is expected here tomorrow from Louisville LouisvilleHoward Howard Oots lias arrived from New Orleans and the horses be shipped back from there now are at the Kentucky Association track trackJ J C Milain who has been ill at his home in this county for the past two weeks was able to come to the race track today todayJockey Jockey Jack Howard arrived during the week and is at work every day at the local race track trackTrack Track superintendent John M Keegan today stated that there now are in training here Mil horses horsesWilful Wilful Maid dam of Prince Pal has been transferred from Hartland Stud to Xalapa Farm she having been purchased by E F Sims who Hirer weeks ago bought Prince Pal from the Wheelwright estate estateJohn John 1 Smith is making preparations to send the threeyearold Travesty and four twoyearolds be ¬ longing to H H Hewitt to New York to be trained by Jack Goldsborough The youngsters are the colts by ballot dams Inspiration and Hazaza Ilud MeDougil by Trap Kock Kim of Luck Iladherxvay chestnut lilly by Trap Kork Lucky Vave Smith will nice Skeptic Ginger Sam Iteh and Jap in Kentucky 1 PanMaid has a bay lilly and Star Maid a brown coit both by Short Grass at 3Ur UcwJUs farm Washington Horses Are Forward: Some 150 Animals in Good Condition for the Coming Bowie Meeting. WASHINGTON HORSES ARE FORWARD Some 150 Animals in Good Condition for the Coming Bovde Meeting WASHINGTON D C March 20 Some one hun ¬ dred and twentyfive of the horses that have win ¬ tered at Helming track in the District of Columbia fourteen miles from Howie will be ready April 1 to take part in the spring racing of the Southern Maryland Agricultural Association The Penning horses are not as backward as it was feared they might be a mouth ago For three weeks the going of the old Washington Course has been in good condition and racers of all sorts have been gallop ¬ ing steadily Few of the Uenning stables will transfer ti Howie however Such horses as arc entered from day to day will travel to and from the track in express cars carsAmong Among the Kenning horsemen who are preparing to race at Howie are John F Schorr Elmer Tru ¬ man William Krooks Max Smart William P Kiirch J S Tyree J AY Kean Michael Kelly William Shields Matt lirady Jere Murphy and James Healey Kesides the horses of the Pean Stable Kelly is training Trisk a fleet but wind broken sprinter and the long distance running plater Pibroch for C C Smithson of AVashington AVashingtonWilliam William Shields is training a small stable for Edward Kussell Thomas of New York Matt Prady will not make an effort to race any of Captain Joseph E Davis steeplechasers at Howie although some flat racing would promote the preparation ol the Davis fencers for the crosscountry sport that will be a sharp feature of the impending Pimlico meeting He has the sprinter The Decision about ready for a winning race and The Decision was always partial to the soft going of the Kowie track trackAdam Adam Heunott will handle the string of J S Tyree which is quartered with the horses of AVil ¬ liam Pi Itnrch In the old Tyree barn James Ilealey one of the successful young trainers of last year will race such of the string of John Lumsdcu of Ottawa as can be got ready There is plenty of activity in the steeplechase field at lienuiiig and there are many promising fencers in the Lumsdcn string Two Speedy Colts At Benning TWO SPEEDY COLTS AT BENNING WASHINGTON D March 111 There are some fleet youngsters among the 10Uodd horses of various ages that are preparing at Pennlag for Howie racing and it is generally agreed atthe old Washington track that tin most precocious of these youngsters are aison of Aeronaut and a son of Stre phon The Aeronaut colt is in the stable of 1 W Iean and he is being trained by Michael Kelly II is from Tan and he is called Tans Son Tans Son is a youngster of heroic proportions already He stands 17 hands three inches on his plates and is admirably balanced He lias the development of a threeyearold stallion with great breadth across the loins vell sprung back ribs and splendid quar ¬ ters Tans Son finds it easy to take up 1LT or 130 pounds and gallop a quarter of a mile in some 1t seconds over the Kenning track Kelly considers him a better racing prospect than the New Orleans winner Silver Springs Silver Springs will be ready for the early part of the lowic meeting Tans Son will start the last week He is the youngster that Kelly will point for the Pim lico Nursery and the Pimlico Spring Juvenile Stakes StakesThe The Washington trainers say that if Tans Sou is not a mere morningglory he will race with the best of the year and hold his own ownThe The other fast colt is Stanley a son of Strephon Keth Stanley He has worked a quarter this spring in 23 Philip Walker bred Stanley at this Page Ilrook Stud in Virginia J S Tyree of AVash ington owns him Strephon a son of Hamburg and Pastorella is a half brother of Colin Strephon stood for a time at AVilliam Woodwards Itclair Stud in Prince George County Maryland Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF France will have v v the near future as the result of a bill introduced in the senate by M Desnard upon the recom mendation of the Ministry of Public Health HealthJudge Judge Francis Nelson goes to his home in Toronto Canada to assist in the selection of the Canadian hockey team for the Olympic games in ISelgium and may accompany the team to Hrussels where the contests are scheduled to take place between April 1M and 30 30Moses Moses Goldblatt Esq of New Orleans is so enamored of Diimask that he cannot see Donuacona On AVatch and company with any chaiicu iu the Kentucky Derby against the sou of Old Gold Crinoline II which by the way is less aptly named Uian the average of the AVhitney bred horses horsesItonnio Itonnio Mary winner of the Juvenile and Groat American Stakes at lielmoiit Park and Aqueduct last year and lie of the smartest twoyearold fillies of the season though sound and well will not race this season She is to be mated at Arthur It Han ¬ cocks Claiborue Stud in Kentucky this spring with Omar Khayyam Lincolnshire And Grand National LINCOLNSHIRE AND GRAND NATIONAL The latest quotations on the Lincolnshire Handi ¬ cap to be run next Wednesday is as follows Sir Herkeley fi to 1 Monteith 100 to 11 liruff Bridge 10 to 1 Violoncello Scatwell Ugly Duckling 100 to 7 Koval Itucks in to 1 Golden Fleece Paragua Ill to 1 Dan Egelt I5t to 1 1Figures Figures oir the Grand National to be run next Friday follow Pocthlyu to 1 Lutteitr III Ji to 1 Troytown Sergt Murphy 101 to t Gerald 100 to 7 Turkey iiizzard 100 to G lially bogBan 0 tO J Notables Fitting At Pimlico: Parr-Cosden, Wilkinson and Macomber Horses Beginning Their Work. NOTABLES FITTING AT PIMLICO rarrCosdon Wilkinson and Macomtcr Horses Beginning Their AVork KALTIMOKE Mil March 20 Sixtythree thor ¬ oughbreds of various ages belonging to the stables of Captain Ital Parr and J S Cosdeu of Kalti more A King Maiumber of California T Wilkinson of St Louis and Lewis Garth of Char lottesville Ya arrived at Pimlico St Patricks Day to train for the spring meetings of the Ilarford Agricultural and Krccders Association and the Maryland Jockey Club The Parr and Cosdeii horses are in the charge of William Garth and his son Woods The Wilkinson Macomber and Lewis Garth horses are iu the charge of Lewis Garth GarthIn In the Parr string are the threeyearold Preak ness candidates Itlazrs Paul Jones and Kalco They are in fine condition Not one of them has coughed since last fall and are ready for active training They will be ready at Havre de Grace Pimlico is in good condition for galloping gallopingThe The most formidable of the campaigners in the stable of Lewis Garth are Mr Wilkinsons Koyce Kools last years winner of the Iimlico Spring Handicap and of the Howie Cup and Star Master of handicap fame Koyce Kools will train for this springs renewal of the Pimlico Spring Handi ¬ cap So will Star Master The former will bear the silks of Mr Wilkinson who has shipped most of his jumpers to France Star Master will race under the silks of Mr Macomber who also will campaign a big stab of thoroughbreds in France FranceThe The jumpers of the Parr and Cosden stable are Miisda II a French bred brother of Le Marsouin Le Marsytiin Ticket AVarlock 1ughousc Koyal Arch Esquimau Queen of the Sea Chasseur Pullseye and History History Queen of the Sea Ticket Chasseur and Hiillseye are new hands at jumping The Garths think them good prospects Page 3 Havana Entries and Past Performances for Sunday, March 21. Havana Entries and Past Performances for Sunday March 21 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK FAST The figures under the heading Reo in the entries below show the best time of each horse at the distance since January 1 1917 no matter where it finished In cases where record was made on other than a fast or good track abbreviations show track conditions 1 Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 200 Superior mud runner X Cood mud runrier Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongsyearold yearold and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Ian 24 11H7 105 5 102 102Todays Todays TodaysInd Ind Horse Wt Ree AWtUan 403705 Virgie Lee M M40429s 110108 04725 4042SV Vada Ielle M Ml 4 1OS 1 OS 720 40375 Vain Chick M M112 108 X1 40300 Herself M 115 110 H 71 If US May Craig M M10 108 5 lit 71 40397 Flying Dart HO l0 vi 5 I0x71 I0x71403im 403im siiiro ill 107 fc iio7ir 40352 Farnum M 101 108 Vf r 105 710 4 40302 352 llazeluut Ill lOSh 0 112X705 45429 Picker and Sloaler SloalerM M 91 109 3 94 700 40322 VnIcainus M 105 lOS lOSs s I 102 700 45429 Frederick Miller MillerSecond 111 108 7 10 700 Second Race 5 1 13yearolds Furlongs 3yearolds and npw npwTrack Claiming Track record Jan 24 1 14GOSSI 105 Mi 5 102 4GOSSI Lucie May M 107 X725 40434 The Snob M 107 5 105X720 404322 Itockaree M 1OS 3 90X7ir 40302 Felici lad 107 100x71r 45940 Ambassador III 107 r 1 101X71 40434 Fortunes Favor 108 I 105 71 45303 Veymoulh Girl 101 4 100X7K 40397s 15en Hutler M 108 1 4 102X70 40429 aomi Walton 107 5 107X70 45289 Stcleliff 108 A 11 10i700 40353 Sophie K M 107 5 10S700 Third Race 5 12 Furlongs 3vearolds and upward Claiming Track record Jan 24 1917 105V 5 102 108 100 110 1 Helen Atkin 103 105 May Maulsby 38 107 Golden Chance Ill 107 If Qiiln 104 100 tOS lOS lOSj j 111 1OS Todays Ind Horse Wt Hoe A VtHan 40445 Pagdadine 10S 107 4 10SX705 45041 Col Harrison 109107 109107Fourth 4 107 710 Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward I Cla ClaTrack Claiming Track record Jan S I9io 20 11 111 i 102 40417 Mile Dixon 108115 10232 Foster I7mbry 107 112 4 109X720 40121 Walter Mack 105 112 1124i35 5 105X715 4i35 Kd Carrison 110 112 5 97X710 10S l13Vr 0 109X710 4039 Marion Holliii li f 4 105 705 111 112 9 10S70 Fifth Race 1 1S Miles Miles3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Handicap HandicapTrack Track record Jan IS 1920 1 50lv 0 105 40230 BALADIN 5 107 750 75040300s 40300s Cromwell 127152 4 125X740 40433 lolire Ill 152 7 102X73V 40350 tllank ODay 110 1 S 109X735 45300 ISuford 105 5 1 OS X 730 40433 Mlnbbnb 105 152 7 10SQ725 10SQ725fW fW J Press entry entrySixth Sixth Race 1 11G Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Feb 3 191S 1 44 f 3 92 40401 Cuide Post 100 145 10 107 725 72540401s 40401s Cork 105 147 5 119X720 45307 Kalph S 109 1 4S 7 109 715 715403SO 403SO Iick lienson 112 147 10 1IIX715 40442 WiIl Soon 105 l4SJf 5 109715 109715402S4 402S4 lose d Vales 112 148 5 112X715 40401 Plantarede 105 151 4 105X710 40401 High Tide 102 l47f S 109X705 40401 Duke of Shelby 111 140 9 114X705 15401 Chansonnette II 4 103700 Seventh Race 4 yearolds and upw record March 23 1919 1 5SH 5 105 Hey ICunis 5 103X725 Hands Off 111 140 7 101X720 Tokalon March 105 140 i He 715 Ilarlock 108 140 5 10S715 Cordon Kussell 101 139 10 10171 Lariat 108 IMOf 915X710 Unster Clark 103 140 4 17X710 Hierman 105 139 i 105710 Trophy 104 l39i 5 115 710 The Talker 105 l40if 4 93705 WhippmTwill 108 141 5 97X705 Pyrne iff 109 139 Solid Hock 101 140 7 10870 ItiickNail 102 140 S 112X700 Havana Form Chart HAVANA FORM CHART HAVANA CUBA SATURDAY MARCH 20 1920 Oriental Park One hundred ami second day Cuba American Jockey and Auto Club Winter Meeting of 110 days Weather clear temperature 703 Presiding Steward C J Fitz Gerald Presiding Judge W H Shelley Starter James Milton Ilac ing Secretary Martin Natluuison Kacing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 200 p in W indicates whip S spurs 15 blinkers Fig iiros in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse am wight carried Indicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 12 Mile Feb 23 1919 48 2 115 Purse 600 2yearolds Allowances Net value to winner 450 second 100 third S50 Index Horses AWtPPSt U 4 Str Fin Jockeys Owrers I8GVIO VIO MTXOZ 110 5 5S1ITCS 2s 2 I1 M lountiiArmonia Stable Sr 2 2 710oul 45348S1ITCS S1ITCS IK 4 1 1 = L k H Garner K T Baxter 55 65 71113 oul oulSi UOSKATK 107 2 2 2OEORGE Si K Lux A C Niehaus 2 2 2 710ou1 710ou1f OEORGE C JR 110 3 4 4KATHERIXE f 5 J AV Hrown O C illsell 7 10 10 3 1 KATHERIXE BKAI 104 1 1 4 4 T W Taylor X K Real 15 20 20 7 2 Time 23 36 49 Track fast fasts2 s2 mutuels paid Vic Mnnoz J1250 straight S400 place Spugs S2iO place no show mutuels sold soldK K iiivalent booking odils Vic Munoz 525 to 100 straight 100 to 100 place Spugs 30 to 100 place Winner H c by Peter Pan Tree Dove by I ten Prnsh trained by W A Carter bred by Mr Harrj Payiie Whitney WhitneyWent Went to post at 233 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won handily second and third driv ¬ ing VIC MINOX began slowly but moved up fast while going to the stretch turn and wearing SITUS down was going away in the last fifty yards SPlCS was son when going to the post but set a fast pace and ran a good race K08KATK closed a big gap and finished with a good burst of speed speedScratched Scratched 4C318 Fiction 107 45229 Dorothy 107 107Overweights Overweights Kathcrinc Heal 1 pound SECOND RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 G 102 Purse 000 4yearolds Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Ilorses AWtPPSt i Str Fin Jockeys Owners 0 U C P lGn8TII T w 107 2 2 l k 2 1 Vj K AtkinsnC K ttrosius 2i 2J 2J 1 12 12Jd323 Jd323 DOlIITG THOMAS w 10 S 5 t 5J SJ 21 T Murray K Spenco 442 45 25 254i3 4i3 0 HI COROXEl w 110 5 5 4 5i 5 3 H Garner O TugRlo 4 5 5 2 1 5550 TOP IUTNG wr 112 r 5 2 1 2 41 F ChiuvtaG H Rowe r 5 2 1 4 i3iHOXST GEORGE wit 105 S 1 5 A 4nu 4 t Ti W larroll J Umer nr 15282 GJ1DEU ws 114 4 7 7 tik ii Oi W jarijan AV Gar GarH541T H541T MAISV UOXDS wu 107 78 i 7 7 7 F lux K J Sullivan S S S 3 SS I I HIMlIrRLIJE w 112 14 S S Kled W Taylor G it Ridfie 2 2i 2J 1 12 12Time Time 23 47 l13i Track fast 2 mutuels paid Jill JSKIIK straight 510 place 3SO show Doubting Thomas 4 50 place 380 show KI Coroael S550 show showriiivalent riiivalent booking odds Mil 445 to 100 straight 155 to 100 place 90 to 100 show Doubting Thomas 130 to 100 place 90 to 100 show Kl Coronel ISO to 100 show showWinner Winner 15r f by Transvaal Cuadalitc by Uaeburn trained by C K Prosjus bred by Mr Jeorgi II Whitney WhitneyWent Went to post at 258 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same 1111 raced TOP IMXC into defeat and won drawing clear DOrFTINii THOMAS ran well am was cut off at the halfmile post Kl COKONKl oiitgamod TOP KTNC in the linal drive The latter tired after racing into the lead HIM ILTKCDK bled and was pulled up THIRD RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 l05Vi 5 102 Purse 600 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 AWtPPSt U V i Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II O JTKHORAIMIIUD wi 4 lOfl 2 3 2l 2 11 I1 F LUX F Delbarrio UiJIfiaiUHXDEI vllll r k 5J 3 2J T Murray M T Uanss Uanss7i lfiJ42TWEXTY SEVEX 5 109 3 7 7i fi fe r V Jarrell O L Foste 1 UXW1SE CHILD w t 4 104 71 71I40DKCTOR 1 = li 2 i A Tryon Curb Stable Stable5nk I40DKCTOR JAMES v3 I5 S 4 5nk jnt 4 r1 1 Fietcberll 1 Hutchinson HutchinsonS JliMK SMALL KTOXE 1C 5 S SMil S S S 15 F Hunt J Umensetter Mil I2 LOWELL 4 109 4 fi 7 i F AVilson AV Carleton Carletonli 45357 OLD EVIERS v 114 1 2 li T 7 X AV Taylor C II Rowe Time 24 48 101 107 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Kailbird S8JO straight 390 place 330 show Uonndcl 440 place 330 sho Tw iity Seven s540 show showKquivalent Kquivalent booking odds Kailbird 310 to 100 straight 95 to 100 place 55 to 100 show Koundel 121 to 100 place 55 to 100 show Twenty Seven 22O to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g by Plaudit Maud It L by Star Shoot trained by C It Smith bred by Mr Arthui It Hancock HancockWent Went to post at 323 At post I minute Start good and slow Won handily second and third driv ¬ ing IZAILltlKI moved up on tin inside after rounding tin far turn saved ground when entering tin stretch and outgamed KOlNDKL in the linal drive KOtNDKL worked his way up on the outside but tired after getting to the leaders at the eighth post TWICNTV SICVKN closed a big gap CNW1SK CHILI set a fast pace and quit in the last qnartej IOWKLL was never prominent prominentScratched Scratched 15434 The Snob 105 45442 Marty Lou 107 45255 Kddie Tranter 111 FOURTH RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 10514 5 102 Purse 600 3yearolds Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt tt Str Fin Jockeys 0 H 0 P 404I8SIXCIXERATOR 101 17 7 l 4h 1 J Fletcher F AVrispen r 5 5 21 55 40227 HUSH W 108 5 5 21 llk I1 2 M MountnF Hart 5521 552110I27XORFOLK 10I27XORFOLK BELLE ws 110 4 4 = nk j w Brown H K Davis 3 3 G5 35 350430HOT 0430HOT FOOT w S f 2 1 21 3J 4l F AVilson L Bloom 10 10 10 4 2 2J0302D1OMED J0302D1OMED w 109 7 5 41 5 Cl 5 F Cilia vtaAY C AVeant 1 31 31 75 7K 4fi5flOsRAA13XSEA w 1 4 3 lil 71 1 Gnk A Pickios A H Diaz 21 21 1 12 121037KHATUACK 1037KHATUACK w 10S 1 3 3k 5 71 T Murray 1 J Koycs 3 3 C5 5 404 18IMXCTUAL wi 101 S S S S S S A Tryon X K Beal S S S 3 s5 s5Time Time 23 48 101 107 Track fast 2 mutnels paid Incinerator 3010 straight 1000 place 020 show llnsh 1070 place 501 show Norfolk Pelle 370 show showICqnivalent ICqnivalent booking odds Incinerator 1 105 to 100 straight 730 to 100 place 210 to 100 show Hush 135 to lilt place ISO to 100 show Norfolk Itclle ST to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch f by Aeronaut Trash by Ileno trained by F Wrispen bred by Mr Kdward 15 Cas satt sattWent Went to post at 347 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same IXCIXKKATOK began slowly was taken to tin outside and rated wide all the way but linished with a rush and got up to win in the linal strides IHSII tired in the last sixteenth after racing HOT FOOT into defeat and taking the lead XOIJFOLK I5KLLK was in close quarters in the early running and made a threatening challenge at the eighth post but tired ItAVKXSKA was in a jam at the half mile post and was pulled up HATIIACK pulled up lame lameScratched Scratched 4041SLittle One 103 10200 Miss La Kue M 101 40118 Major Uradley 103 103Overweights Overweights Hush 2 pounds FIFTH RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 105 5 a 102 Purse 600 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSf StrFin Jockeys Owners O H 0 P 45S50IROX 11OV v 4 10S f s J rnt li 1 Fletcher F TJurdetto 10 10 10 4 2 45180 FRASClELO 5117 3 4 5 t 5J 2i 2 II Garner E Alvarez r r 5 1 J 4t43KlXG WORTH w s 9 114 5 3 3 2 t Sl AV Taylor 1 C Mayes S S S 3 VT 4i3iIRIXCK EASY w t 4 105 4 5 5 i 4 fi 4 k F AAilson C E Rrosius 2 2 4525 45377 LILLIAX G v410l 1 I 1 1 lk F ChiavtaAV AV German C 15 5 21 3 4402 PRECS JEWEL w t J 105 7 S 7 t 7 71 AV Hrown H E Davis 5 5 5 i 1 4 5351 SHASTA 5 112 22 23 5i 7i E AtvilsllA A Ruiz 4 4 4 8545 8545I I i 553 HELLO PARDXR 3 OS i 9 S3 S A Tryon K Denhum C 5 21 15 4i3 7 WILLIE VOODSw 4 10 10 10 10 10 10 91 AV Jarrell II C Forman S S S 3 S5 ll25lPLAIX IITHER w ° 05 K 1 4 S1 fl = 10 F Hunt J AV Pangle G 5 i 2 55 55Time Time 24 48 101 108 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Iron Itoy 4000 straight 2130 place 910 show Frascuelo 940 place 590 show King Worth 1010 show showKquivalent Kquivalent booking odds Iron Poy 1900 to 100 straight 955 to 100 place 355 to 100 show Frascnelo 370 to 100 place 195 to 100 show King Worth 405 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g by Star Shoot Partridge by Longfellow trained by J F Itnrdette bred by Mr John K Madden MaddenWent Went to post at 412 At post 2 minutes Start poor and slow Won driving second and third the same IKON 15OY began slowly and was taken to the outside when entering the stretch but linished fast ami won drawing clear KUASClKLO tired after disposing of LILLIAN J in tin stretch KINC WOKT1I ran well LILLIAN O set a good pace but tired HKLIO PAKDNKK and AV1LLIK AYOODS were as good as left leftOverweights Overweights Precious Jewwl 1 pound SIXTH RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 6 102 American Handicap Purse 800 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 600 second 125 third 75 PPSt 4 4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H i i 1 41 31 21 11 U Garner AV L Lewis 5 C i 2 1 2 5 2 = 23 I 2 A Tryon 1 D Millin 2 2 2 71013 1 4 1 1 3l 3i A Pickens 1C L Fitzgerald S5 2 2 71013 5 2 41 41 4 AV Taylor AV F Poison 31 4 4 S5 45 i rk rk h CbinvtaJ J Maher 31 31 31 75 710 4 3 3i 5 f 5 F AVilson AV A ThravoH 3 31 31 75 710 710Time Time 23 4G 111 Track fast faststraight 2 mutuels paid Kikii 1140 straight 000 i 50 place 410 show Different Kyes 530 place 370 show Sirocco 330 show showKqiiiriiltiit Kqiiiriiltiit booking odds Kiku 520 to 100 straight 230 to 100 place 105 to 100 show Different Kyes 155 to 100 place 85 to 100 show Sirocco 55 to 100 show showWinner Winner Itr f by Sweej Silk Maid by Ksher trained by J J Holtman bred by Miss L II Lewis LewisWent Went to post at 435 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same KIKl moved up steadily on the outside of the leaders after entering the stretch and linishing fast outgamed DIFFKKIvNT KYKS to win drawing clear The latter forced a fast pace and tired after disposing of SIKOCCO The latter set a great pace but tired finally MAUSK JOHN was crowded against the inside fence at the halfmile post and marly fell 15AS1L and THK TKlMP ran good races and linished fast A AC ± t SEVENTH RACE 1 11G Miles Feb 3 1918 lAilA 3 92 Purse 600 3year TbO ifcOl olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt1 4StrFin Jockeys 40401 WAR TAX w wr 4 10S C Gil1 Ill 11 1 A Pickens AV F Poison Poisonw 4 S5 15 152J 40285 = CHILLUM w fi 109 4 5 5 rl 3 2j 2 F Lux It B Allen Allenw 2J 1 12 40120 = GUEAT GULL w 5 114 1 1403G8 2 G 5s 3 M MountnC K Moore Moorew 21 I 12 403G8 = MAXOKIX w C 112 7 734 4 4i 5nk e 411 p ChiavtaD S Fountain 4 S5 45 40101 LEGACY t 10s 2 240421SLIPPY V 31 4J 3 5 F AVilson K Spcnce 4 S5 15 40421SLIPPY SILAER i 4 105 S 7 75 7 7 ° 7 Cl AV Jarrell Armonia Stable S S 4 S5 40418 DHUSILLA 3 8S 5 4 21 2 2nu 4 7 F Hunt E Burke 10 10 10 4 40421 THE GLEAMER vn4103 3 S 8 8 S S S E AtkirsnT J Brown 7773 75 75Time Time 24 48 1134 140 146 Track fast 2 mutuels paid AVar Tax 1110 straight 520 place 380 show Chillnm 530 place 400 show Great Gull 420 show Kquivalcnt booking odds AVar Tax 455 to 100 straight 100 to 100 place 90 to 100 show Chillum 305 to 10 place 130 to 101 show Great Gull 110 to 100 show showWinner Winner II f by McGee Polly Grant by Sir Dixon trained by AY Sims bred by Mr Charles AY Moore MooreWent Went to post at 503 At postl minute Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same WAK TAX took the lead at once and setting a fast pace outstayed CHILLPM in the linal drive Thelatter finished fast and gaining GUKAT GLLL llpished with a rush LKGACY was in a pocket for the first half DKlSILLA showed speed but tlredbadly Scratched I03SOLitholick 109 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART CHARTTIJUANA TIJUANA Mexico Sunday March 14 1920 Fortyfirst day Ix wer California Jockey Club Winter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Rose L Wing and J AA CofTroth Starter Harry Morrissey Uacing Secretary W W Finn FinnItacing Itacing starts at200 p m Chicago time 400 4004A44R 4A44R U0 First Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 592397 Purse 400 3year 3yearolds olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4G422 4G422 ± Prospo Son 113 li D Connelly KO1JJO 4G55 = KofPythias 113 2i P Pinnegar ICOlOO 4iS84 Red ilan 10S 3 J Roberts 220KX 450 2 Aline R Ill 41 C Gross 810100 40382 Muriels Pet 111 5 S Smith 452 MOO MOO4i45GStirrups MOO4i45GStirrups 4i45GStirrups OS OSCk Ck G Archamblt 2CO100 40440 Ispham S 72 J Do Ford 320HK 4 01 00 Emma AVellerilS S5 C DURgan 250100 250100404S7 404S7 Irish Daisy 111 9 Perry 14250100 2 mutuels paid Prospero Son S50 straight 320 place 30 show Knight of Pythias 300 place 300 show Red Man 000 show showTime Time 24 49 102 Track fast fastAVinnerM AVinnerM A Vintons ch g by Prospero Lulu Marr by Florist trained by C C McCafferty bred by Mr Samuel A Iteckham IteckhamAVent AVent to post at 201 At post 2 minutes Start bad and slow Won driving second ami third the same sameOverweights Overweights Kmnia Weller 3 pounds Muriels Pet 1 Ispham 2 4 ft jxx0 4 4 Q Second Race 34 Mile Dec 20 191G x iii 3 110 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 3CO second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40440 M Machreo 112 1 G AVnrren 150100 40273 Pajaroita 11114 2 11 Lowe 214010O 45537 Tambian 112 31 II Guy 12CO100 40300 Trulane 11t I 1 Mulcnhey ITL0IOO 40441 Old HomestMlO 5 G Archainbault t 40382 Ann S 107 J Duggnn t 40430 Paradigm 114 71 B Plnnegar 2i 010o 45404 Hds I AYin J i 8 = 13 Taylor 2100100 40404 Assessor 114 9 = P Martinez 2SIO100 40404 Anna Star 112 10 k Connelly 510100 510100tMutuel tMutuel field 2 inntuels paid Mother Machree 300 straight 300 place 2SO show Pajaroita II 1320 place 700 show Tambian 500 show showTime Time 25 49 11C Track fast fastWinner Winner M W Itucks b m 0 by McGec Lady Quex by Juvenal trained by J Carey bred by Mr Charles W Moore MooreWent Went to post at 225 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing ingOverweights Overweights Heads I Win 2 pounds hird Race 5 12 Furlongs June 28 191C 105 V4 3 118 Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Claiming1 Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight40S01 40S01 Grays F te 11C lv E McGowan HU100 4040715 A JonesllI 21 G Archamblt 740100 4001 Lady Moore 109 3 1 Roberts 1260100 404 Rochester 11M 41 R Pinnegar I4M100 45851 Laura MillrlH 51 J De Ford 3SCO100 40425 Cobalt 115 AV Ilinpby 4VO100 4VO10040403Hal 40403Hal v Girl 109 74 O Dusgan t 4053 Candelaria 114 S R Lowe 5710100 45823 Brown Bee 114 9 C Gross C710100 C710100tMutnel tMutnel field 2 inntuels paid Grays Favorite S400 straight 300 place 200 show P A Jones 580 place 300 show Ladv Moore 340 show showTime Time 24 49 102 108 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner O Wendels blk g 10 by Ponnie Joe AIvri Itlackburn by Moidotte trained by 0 Wen del bred by Mr Henry Petty PettyWent Went to post at 250 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third tin 4 fl 4 1 Fourth Race 34 Mile Dec 20 1916 xvfUJ ii 3no Purse 500 3 year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 4040 = Curlicue 1 = 1 C DuKknn 210100 2101004037Kullux 4037Kullux 114 2t P Martinez 220100 40427 D of DevrellO 3 D Connelly 3SO100 4 0340 Ph AVard 110 4 R Lowe 520100 40209 Thrills 97 5 = 1 J Roberts 2120100 21201004G339Cicely 4G339Cicely Kay 85 5 C Buell 2iX100 2iX1004087IWlIarper 4087IWlIarper 112 7 B Pinneffar 1520100 2 inntuels paid Curlicue 520 straight 340 place 2 0 show Kuklux 320 place 2i show Duke of Devonshire 200 show showTime Time 23 47 114 Track fast fastWinner Winner W K AVoods ch g 11 by Handsel Lva Kice by Masetto trained by AY K AYood bred by Mr T IS Jones JonesWent Went to post at 315 At post 4 minutes Start bad and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing ingOverweights Overweights Cicely Kay 1 pound I AV Harper 1 Curlicue 2 Phrone Ward 1 Fifth Race 1 116 Miles June 24 1910 145 3 110 Imperial Valley Handicap Purse 500 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 4 38G Koberts 108 11 C Buoll 140100 45425 Lorena Moss IM 2s AV ifinphy 42G1CO 10400 Rutld Arms 97 G ArchanibR WOKH 4045 Thirteen lOfl 4 U Guy 150 UK 40420 BDcitcliiiian 102 5s C Duggau 12101W 4ti406Leinster US 0 J Roberts 550100 2 mutuels paid Gordon Roberts 4 SO straight 420 place 280 show Lorena Moss 520 place 320 show Rutland Arms 380 show Time 24 49 115 141 148 Track fast fastWinner Winner Richard Giskens eli g 7 by General Roberts Woolen by Woolsthorpe trained by C C Richards bred by Mr George M Van Gordon Went to post at 341 Oft at once Start good and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Lorena Moss 2 pounds d uu fi d uo 3 sixth Race 1 Mile June 17 1916 138 3 95 Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 Equlr Odds Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40427Short Stop 111 12 J Mulcahey 210100 4044l Dewitt 100 2 R Kyan 510100 4 0385 = noy Johnnie 111 31 C Gross 103V100 40424 DivIand Ill 4l AV Hinphy 470100 40405 Tiajan 114 5l G AVarren 100100 40488 MntanaBelle 109 5 R Lowe 1210100 40425 Xeenah 9D 73 J Roberts 3ir100 40405 MalKeorge lor S10 E Taylor 5890100 40385 leos AViiiR 101 9 W Manders 54SO10I 2 miiluels paid Short Stop SOSO straight 3SO place 340 show Dewitt 500 place 400 show Roval Johnnie 120 show Time 24 495 115 142 Track fast fastAAinner AAinner Richards Giskens b g 5 by Garry irerrmann Little Nell by Coderstromo trained bv C C Richards bred by Mr J Howard Lewis LewisWent Went to post at 407 At post 4 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing ingOverweights Overweights Montana Pelle 2 pounds Pees Wing 5 464 4 Seventh Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 wxu 592i397 purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jocker Straight 32515 K Cheathaml9 P J Roberts t50lfirj t50lfirj4G274MissSthem 4G274MissSthem 105 21 AV Hinphy 1HO100 40427 Jim Dudley 11C 31 P IMartlnez 370100 40402 Modiste 94 4 G Archambault t 45581 = Viva Cuba 10 5 = 1 C Gross lOSOlOo lOSOlOo4fl573Chantour 4fl573Chantour JU Oi G AVarren t 40383 Ely 9G 1 C Buell srOOlOO 45402 Orchid King 110 XI AV McIntyro 530100 40441Coronado IK 9 R Lowo lOOOKK 1554 Caveadr 11105 IO = 1C DuKKiin 2tG2JKKI 4428 Aplelti in 11s Haywanl T 40102 T Chandlor 111 12 E Taylor 4920100 4920100tMutnel tMutnel Held 2 mntnels paid Kitty Cheatham 1200 straight 500 place 320 show Miss Stathem 300 place 200 show Jim Dudlev 800 show showTime Time 24 48y5 101 Track fast fastWinner Winner C Howells ch m 0 by Meelick Teo Reach by Robby Reach trained by C Howell bred by Mr O G Parke ParkeWent Went to post at 434 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow Won easilv second and third driv ¬ ing Hunting, Fishing And Sport. HUNTING FISHING AND SPORT Harnessed t t a tiny wagon i fly lias drawn 170 times ils own weight over smooth surfaces This fact was made public out of a recent Knglish betting transaction transactionAn An incident of an extraordinary nature befell Col I S Kvans while playing in a golf match at Rrnn caster Kngland A largo gray crow swooped down picked up his ball and ffew away with it itOIK OIK hundred China pheasants from the Simpson pheasant farm at Springfield Ore were released recently on the 1000acre Cartwright ranch adjoin ¬ ing Harrislmrg Ore which has been made a state game preserve preserveThere There an now three national associations of casting clubs in this country the National Amateur Casting Association the Association of Surf Casting Clubs and the National Association of Scientific Angling Clubs ClubsThe The oxkahers yacht Meteor has boon purchased by 31 r V Rehar the head of a Glasgow carpet warehouse vho is at present in Cologne The yacht was the last of tin three Meteors owned by the exile in Holland HollandMarch March is well along on its last lap and the pros ¬ pects for a good crop of quail next autumn are certainly encouraging ami when the conditions are favorable for quail they are also favorable for prairie chickens American Field FieldTin Tin London Sportsman says that the Kdgewater Golf Club of Chicago has offered 5000 a year for a good Cnglish rofessional as its guide philosopher and friend in ihe same Fred Kolisoii mill lim Sherlock are tin clubs first choicer born crabs are about the size of a strain of ofrice rice and cast their shells three or four times the first year in order to expand themselves Later they ili it once a year until having arrived at a hoary old ace then conies a last new suit which must remain HI their backs until they reach their end endIt It was in 1905 that Argentina decided to try the experiment of acclimatizing the rainbow trout Sev eral thousand eggs of several varieties were sent there The experiment has proved successful and thousands of ihe fish are now being caught every year that measure nineteen inches and weigh as high as ten pounds The rainbow trout is also found thriving in tin mountain ranges of Aconquiza in 7 degrees south latitude and in the Palagonian icgion Page 4 Havana Jockey Percentages. HAVANA TOCKBY PKUCI3XTA OK From January 3 1JH5 o 3laivh 17 1J 2O Inclusive At or Over Jockey JockeyCrooks AVt Mts Crooks AV 112 7 7lOt Carmody J lOt 3S4 Bredin X 104 4 4I Murray T I OS nJIi Pickens A 100 333 Chiavetta P 102 211 21110i Kederis J 10i 218 Barnes K 303 1411 AVilson F 100 02 Garner II 102 200 Lux V 98 10G 10GIUI5 Fator K IUI5 123 Brown AV 103 152 Mangan J 102 SO Gargan AV 110 215 Finlev A 10o 142 142Sri AVoods L Sri 132 Hunt F Janell AV Fletcher I Conway J MiCrann It Connors 1 111 Tryoii A KtO 123 Bauer J 112 3 Mountain M 110 201 At or Over OverAVt Jockey JockeyIlilfiiiiiii AVt Mts 1st Ililfiiiiiii 1C 110 10l 14 Huffier J 93 CM 5 Collins A 108 42 2 Corey G 10 291 1 AVingficld K 112 110 Dawson J 107 122 S Penalver J 101 41 3 Boyd II 102 14 1 Atkinson K 103 Iu7 10 Ball U 105 175 Taylor AV 104 109 5 Miller C Do Mayo E Garrigan C 101 21 Long r 11 49 AVhite C 103 X2 Pctz J G 105 54 Krcger A 9 41 Franklin 1 5 29 Anderson M 101 it Hirst C 101 11 AVatson C 110 14 Collins X 100 12 Garcia A 105 IVterson 1 Schlessiager M First Race [1st Havana] The small figure under Str rhows tho distance tho horse was ahead of that next in the race The small fignro under Fin unless the horse won shows the number of lengths the horse wet behind the winner Weight to bo carried appean at top of column of weights in previous racei The H after the horses name morns Maiden FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs 3ycarolds and upward Claiming Jan 24 1917 l05Vs 5 102 Index Connie Dlst TimfiTckOddi Wt St tf Btr Fin Jockeys Started Order of Tlnti VIRGIE LEE b f 3 M D4 D4Trainer By Prince Ahmed Jacquelina by Jack Point Trainer W Brown Owner R Sctty 4GI57 Ha i nu 5 f lOS fcfi8t I1 101 1 41 = i A Pickcns S SealTYe Doiiatillo SportlViney SlJjS Hu na 34 l13fast 4 305 1 15S 3 A Pickens 7 Mineral Donatello Sea Prince 1 I la na 5S 101 fast 110 2 3 41 A Collins 8 Plain Htlier IIotFoot Donatello iin7 Ha na 55 f lOSfaat r IOC 1 u 2h A Pickcns 9 MaryFitzhugh Mineral IlotFoot 4G02S Ha i na 34 l153jfast S IOC 4 55 S11 A Pickens 10 Mildred Mineral Sea Prince 43810 HJI ana 55 f 107 fast C 110 C 65 4 5 AV Crump 10 Superior Lucie May PlHcather 43G40 Havana 55 f 109 slow 11 911 E Atkinsnll Dir James PIleather Sherry SherryBy VADA BELLE b m 5 M By Alfred Vargrave Belle of the Ball by Yankee Trainer J OSullivan Owner J OSullivan i Havana 34 l15fast S 107 1 1 1 11 2 J Fletcher S Native Soil Passion X AValtoit 2 Havana 55 t 109 fast 5 103 I 2 U 13S F Chiavtall Hot Foot lien Butler Cafeteria 4G300 Havana 51 f 30fnst 7 110 2 I1 4 41 4 = J Carmody S Lowell Hot Foot Xaomi AValton 4C219 Havana 34 113 fast 3 307 3 1 1 2 rci J Carmoily 9 Iloinaiu XAValton Xative Soil 4G17S Havana 5 f l07fast 25 111 4 fi C Ci CJ M AiulsonlJ Lama Lowell Shasta ShastaG 45863 Havana 51 f lOCfast 20 101 1 G 5 7 ° 713 J Fletcher S ULOwen Jtuiiicu liella AVilfer 4DS51 Havana 34 l13 fast 23 111 4 3 4 7U 7 1 Fletcher 10 LMiller Top Kims Sophie K KS 45487 Havana 51 f l07tffast 30 110 S S5i S S S S14 M Andson 8 riiuriilSlooiiii FrIiurke Lackrose 453G6 Havana 5i f 1OS fast 12 102 5 4 10 11 108 T Hunt 11 Ltuly Ivan The Snob Clip ClipBy VAIN CHICK b f 3 M By Rock View Princess Pat by Stalwart Trainer J S Baldwin Oxvner J S Baldwin GJ7C Havana JiJ f lOSfast C S11 J Carmoily S Sea Primc Donatillo Aiirii Iec 50OI Havana 1 11G l47fast 15 2 S ST1 P Lonp 9 Cork Iloyalty Koyat 1G177 Havana 5 f lOSMifast 7 74WSG 8 S3 7i AAr Jarrell 9 MaryFit7huli AMrsLee Mineral 4WSG Havana 34 115 fast 12 12AaM 10 Gnt 5 J Fletcher 10 Gilder IT Easy Small Stone AaM Havana 5i f l07 ffast 8 8s S J Fletcher 9 Clip Sophie K Lillian G Go GSS Havana 34 llS slow 1 1HERSELF o 3 2 J T Hunt S Unman ISahylonian May Craig HERSELF b f 3 M By Brummel Glad Smile by Dr McBride Trainer C E St Glair Owner C E St Cl air G00 Havana i1 f IrdShfast 1 G S Vi L AAootls S Lowell Hot Foot Xaomi AValton 4G02S Havana 34 lI55fast 21 10 lit F ChiavtalO Mildred Mineral Sea Prince 4120 Lntonia 5J f l09 ifast SG 11210 11 11 11 11 H J Iurkel2 SpecGirl HidTalent Zinthon 41072 Latonia 5i t lOSfast 01 10G 10 30 y 9Z 9 H J Kurkel2 Kstero Miss Patty Per Lady 4401 Latonia 5J r l07fast 311 113 10 10 10 10 = 10 ° J Ill 12 Mazola Diana Frivolity 437fiD Lex ton 58 ItOlifast fH 112 12 12 12 12 10 AAr UarorlS LadySweep Diana DiamondGirl 43GOO BlGrass 5S l01Mfaat 190 109 12 AV Meehanl2 Mayrose Cicely Kay PowFlask MAY CRAIG ch f 3 M Si SiTrainer By Master Robert False Sight by Deceiver Trainer H E Davis Owner H E Davis 40118 Ha ana 4 lifast 15 ill 7 7 i fi1 AVooils 9 Panlora Little One Inciiifrator 4C15S Ha ana 51 f lOSfast 3i 97 11 11 11 II5 10 ° 1 AVooils 12 Sayoth Ilrer Fox Grasmere GrasmereSS 45S29 Ha ana 4 113 fast 8 SS L Left at the post T Hunt 10 Key Knnis Litholiek Itoyat 437S1 Ha ana 4 l13sfast 7 91 S 9 7 51 73 L AVooUs 11 Leoma Apple Jaek Lillian G 456SS Ha ana 34 l18 islow 8 103 3 34 A 4 AAr Taylor 8 Hainan Vain Chick 15abylonian 15abylonianSG 4559S Ha ana 1 1 43slop C SG 4 3 3 3 3 ° 3 = ° L AVoods 7 ITcttylJaby MissSweep StelclifC StelclifC1W 45512 Ha ana 34 113 fast 3 100 4 3 3 2 2 = F Merimee Himiltnide Snow Hill TnpUnng TnpUnngIOC 454SG Ha ana 5 f 1 07 f ast 15 IOC 9 99 S5 8 F Merimee 9 FirstCousuI LncieMay AlrjjLce FLYING DART b m 5 103 By Sain Dartle by Kcndal Trainer C R Smith Owner C R Smith UJ1 Ha ana a f 1 07ffast 20 ICG 5 55i it F Lux 9 AVill AVoods ItJIntlir TwSfvon 45900 Ha ana 5i f l07 5fast 12 112 5 5G1 9 91 11 Mountn 9 Clip Sophie K Lillian G GS 45G2S Ha ana G1 f l10Jihvy G 107 4 S 8 = M MountnlO Iron Ioy Clip D C Girl GirlSJ 453CS Ha ana 5 f 1OS fast 20 110 2 SJ 9s B Kopmnll Lady Ivan The Snob Clip ClipC 45143 Ha ana 34 l18slow 6 113 3 C t SI ftlountn 7 Quin Count ISoris Xative Soil CODS Havana 5J f lOSRood 10 114 4 7 7 M Mountn 8 AVCrown Coimtlioris ThcoFair 438SO Havana 31 l14fast 30 lOt 10 11 11 11 H15 R Davies 11 Fascinating Dukclluir LMack 41756 Havana Ei f l07fast 0 10S 6 8 S 818 R Davies 8 Cnscription MAVright UillyJoe SHIRO b B 5 By Sempronius Levia by Falsetto Trainer J C Boggcss Owner J C Boggcss 4 00 Havana 5i f lOS fifast Ji 112 5 7 7k 7 K Atkinsn S Lowell Hot Foot Naoini AValton AValtonS 43SC1 Havana 5 f lOGVifast 20 302 S S S 5 G Loinas S Trophy Encore Jill 45514 Havana 5 f lOS lOSrfast rfast 2J 105 3 7 1 7IJ F AVilson S Prei Jewel Tv Seven IronlSoy 3 1 l12fast 3J 10G 5 7 S S11 F AVilson S AAh Crown Hope Pretty Paby PabyG 5 f 1 07 07sfast sfast 2 lOfi 5 5S G 5J 5 = i F Wilson 11 Daisy L Pajnladine Sopliio K 4r72 Havana S 101 fast 3i Wt 3 35S 4 75 ST2 V AVilson S Ioniirene Lcoli Fay C Harrison 43246 Havana 5S l00 fast G5 11G 5 2 2l 2i T Murray 8 Shoddy Jellison Hes a liear FARNUM ch g 5 M By Peter Quince Pamela by Hamburg Trainer P McSwccncy Owner A A Ruiz 2 Ha an 5 f 109 fast 12 H5 1o 7 9 loli 1 Carmoily 11 Hot Fool Ben Butler Cafeteria Ha an 31 l13Vffast 25 lid S Sr1 7 S S11 i Ball 9 Magic Mirror TheSnob SophieK 4U2GO I la an r1 f lOSfast 12 KH lo lo5i 30 30 9l S = 1 CarmodylO Itonndel MagicMirror TwSeven 4G159 Ha an 5i f 1OS fast 15 10S 12 12Si 12 12 12 12 12s s J Cannody 12 Stiletto Theodore Fair Sureget 41C50 Ha an Si f 108 fast 15 10 1 3 fi fi C5 G1 J G Pot 12 Closer Owana Golilen Chance 41531 Ha ana 34 l142ifast 8 111 7 77 Gl 53i J G Petz 8 MissFranccs Itockport Thesieres 41400 Ha ana 34 l12 fast 40 107 7 9 9 8 7 = J Pitz 10 Clark M Delancey Aiew HAZELNUT b h 6 By Meelick Lou Hazel by King Regent Trainer A Tempest Owner A Tempest 4j62 Ha ana 51 f 109 fast 0 112 5 5 3 11 A Tryon 11 Hot Foot Ien Putlcr Cafeteria 4ii2GO Ha ana 51 f lOS = 3fast S 112 2 2 3k 53i V Tryon 10 Itoundel M aKlcMlrror TwSeven 40159 Ha ana 51 f 108 fast 13 331 9 10 10s 30 A Tryon 12 Stiletto Theodore Fair SurcRCt 4r907 Ha ana 51 f l07fast 0 112 5 5 C 7 2 A Tryon S Tarascon Ambdor III Drusilla 45SGI Ha ana 51 f lOCVifast 20 112 6 C G3 G A Tryon S Trophy Encore Jill Jill43i 42732 ClIisbs Ab78 l25 fast 118 11842C99 43i E Smith 8 Isabelle II LitPearl DuteRutr 42C99 ClUsbg Ab78 l25Vfast llfi llfi42C51 I1 D Stirling 7 Mac Murray Sum Hill Celtabel 42C51 Hascrs Ab5S 59Mfaat 120 3 E Smith 9 Mackenzie JnauitallL L Pearl PearlBy PJCKER AND STEALER bf3 M 94 94Trainer By Lovctie MolHe Pitcher by Star Shoot Trainer F Grace Owner A Gascoigne 4C129 Havana 34 1 rlSSfast 30 Jffi 4 2 24C377 1 S S1 L AVoods s Native Soil Aada Belle Passion 4C377 Havana 51 f 108 fast 10 92 5 54G352 5 Gl 71 AV Jarrell 8 Lillian G GoldenKed Hollyhock 4G352 Havana 5J f l lvsgood vsgood 20 103 3 3 3VULCAINUS 5 1 S ° B Atkinsn 9 Annabelle Bardora Little One VULCAINUS br c 4 M 102 By Vulcain The Lady by Kingston Tra ner O L Foster Owner 0 L Foster K122 Ha ana 34 l13sfast 12 99 5 9 9 911 P Lonf 9 Masir Mirror TheSnoli SophielC 43293 Ha Havana ana 5 5i f l07 fast 20 105 7 7 77 7 7 7 ° AAr Jarrell 7 Diine Tranby Apple Jaek 45145 Ha Havana ana 31 lS islow 15 100 fi 7 77 7 7 = W Jarrell 7 Qui Count ISoris Xative Soil 4IKCO Ha Havana ana 51 f 107 fast 0 6 S 12 12 11 II13 AV Tarrell 12 Itetterton AValter Mack Shoddy 41579 Churchl 34 114 good 331 103 12 12 12 12 12 K Donhuel2 HJewel LFPlay ApJack II 4413G Latonia 34 l17 = imud SO 30C C 10 10 10 1031 G Moles th 10 Lady Luxury Itudlaiid Money FREDERICK MILLER LER b g 7 109 By Prince Frederick Millers Daughter by Belvi Trainer C L Tanner Owner C L Tanner dert 4i429 Ha ana 34 l15hfast S 109 3 34G2I9 72 AV Jarrell Xative Soil Aada Uelle Passion 4G2I9 Ha ana 31 115 fast 3 311 9 9 H Gamer 9 Homam XAValton Xative Soil CC17S Ha ana 5i f l07fast 12 113 10 1045G2S 9 30 9 = 7T1 II Garner 12 Lama Lowell Shasta 45G2S Ha ana 51 f l10 ihvy 10 10S fi fi455G9 7 4 4i 41U II Garner 10 Iron Poy Clip D C Girl 455G9 lla ana 34 l131ffast 12 lit 1 10 10 9 Ci AAr Taylor 11 Galaway Lamp Post X AAalton 45151 I la ana IniuOy 141 fast 10 113 S Sa J Bauer 8 Tranby Stelcliff AAar Tax Second Race [2nd Havana] SECOND RACE 5 12 Furloncs 3vearolds and upward Claiming Jan 21 1917 105 5 102 LUCIE MAY h f 3 M 39 39Trainer By King James Belle of Oakley by Himyar Trainer R D Carter Owner N K Bcal 40089 Havana 35 f lOSfast 2 109 1 11 15 25 A Pickens 9 Ilirron Haran Mineral 43972 Havana 51 f l10slov 25 9C 3 3 2 2i 2 F llnnt 9 Xor JSelle MPradley CLillard 492 Havana 51 f l07 fast 83 107 1 23 25 25 W Brown S IVylonian SmallStone PIIether 45810 Havana 55 f 107 fast 105 2 22 03 2 AV Brown 10 Superior PI Heather AirgieLee 45711 Havana 5S I01so0d 8 105 C C 5 5454SG 6l SJ A Pickens 9 Orleans Girl Polar Cub Uuby 454SG Havana 5i f l07T5fast 110 3 11 11THE 1 25 A Pickens 9 First Consul VirgicLcc HotFool THE SNOB b g 5 M 105 105Trainer By Ogden Swell Girl by His Highnes Trainer D Kearney Owner D Raymond Raymond4G134 4G134 Havana 1 l41ffast 10 lit r 333 3334G2C3 7 72 T Murray S AVill Soon Ited AAilliam Uoyalty 4G2C3 Havana 51 f l07fast 25 105 S S G G4C322 4nk 23 F AVilson S IieEasy AVilAVoods TwSeven 4C322 Havana 34 l13jfast 2 103 9 33 334G2G1 2 2nit F AAilson 9 MaKicMirror SophielC lirerFox 4G2G1 Havana 5J f 1OS fast 8 lit 5 32 324G19S 2 3l T Murray S Surexet AVill Soon Prince Easy 4G19S Havana 34 l17slow J5 10G 2 33 uk 2n J Carmody S SnillStone SeaKeach lienlSntler 461 42 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Hani A TothMing Cromwell Page 5 Fifth Race [5th Havana] FIFTH RACE 1 18 Miles 3yearolds and upward Handicap Jan 18 1920 1505 G 105 BALADIN b g 5 107 107Trainer By Negofol Dame Beauty by Octagon Trainer H E Davis Owner H E Davi 4 i230 Havana 1110 145 fast 31 IW 2 S T I1 I2 E Barms S Cromwell liuford Alvord Alvordi G1C1 Havana ImOy 14 fast 2 109 G J i 7 3 W Brown Manokiti The Talker Dione DioneC 4COU2 Havana 1 11G l4Cfast 0 110 5 7 C 2 I1 1 = AV Brown 7 I Williams GreatGnll AVarTax 45936 Havana ImaOy l4414fast 3J 10G G G 4 3J 1 W Brown 7 Knlph S Mildred Rhymer RhymerC 45787 Havana 1 11G l4Gfast 20 110 2 G C i 5 G 5J W Taylor Can Light PretHaby DukeRufT DukeRufTG 45092 Havana ImoOy 147 slow 15 103 2 5 G G 4 = 3 AV Taylor S PrcttyHaby Fairly Bev James JamesC 4fG42 Havana 34 l14slow 5 103 5 C 4 4J 4i A Taylor 7 Yorkville Kilkenny BDalton BDaltonS 455S6 Havana 34 l17slop 10 113 3 S S S11 S13 AAr Taylor 10 Major Bradley Apple Jack Quin 45036 Havana Im20y 143 fast 6 113 G S 7 8 8 7 F Merimee S 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AValmit Hall Legal Cromwell I 45S74 Havana 1 14 212 212ihvy ihvy 115 1212 v crump 1 Cromwell SAerdict Lkawauna 45503 Havana 55 f l05 fast 3 116 G G G G 5CJ AV Crump C Alvord Sirocco Hamilton A 45409 Havana 1 11G l4lfast 65 IIS 2 5 G r G 5T AA Crump Kiku Don Thrush Berlin 452G2 Havana 1 31G l57 ifast 2J 121 2 1 1 1 1BUFORD 2i 3 A Collins i AValmit Hall Legal Orestes BUFORD ch e 6 10S 10SOwner By Ballot Ollie Belle by Charaxus CharaxusG1 Owner E A Alvarez Alvarez4GSGC 4GSGC Havana 1 1S l52fast G 110 2 7 7 C G1 C 3 G Corey t Blue AVrack lolite Cnmwell 40230 Havana 1110143 fast 111 1431 2 k 3s A Collins S Baladin Cromwell Alvunl 5C128 Havana 1 11G l45l fast 3 112 142 2 2Havana 2 2 A Collins 7 Alvord Major Domo Poacher Havana 1 1S l51fa t 7 113 G 5 3 2 51 Ci F Chiavta 7 AValmit Hall Legal IlankODay 45543 Havana 1 11G 115 fast 75 111 5 2 2 2 2i 41 C Howard C Iickawamia Legal AVahiutUall 45456 Havajia 1 1S l50fast 4 103 1111 I4 1 = 1 C Howard Legal Freemantle lonomy 45122 Havana 34 lll fast 12 105 7 G G G4535G 5 41 C Howard 8 Crmwell WarXne TothMing 4535G Havana 1 139 fast S5 107 145 f 4J 4i C Howard lolite Freemantle AAalnut Hall 4529G Havana 1 110 l45fast 5 IOS 7 2 1 1 1HUBBUB 3J 31 C Howard 7 Laekawanna Kiku Hubbub HUBBUB b FT 7 108 108Trainer By Broomstick Rumpus by Hamburg Trainer J G Kurt Owner W J Press Press4GI33 4GI33 Havana Im30y ll2rfist 109 311 1 14lrG 1 2i A Pickens t Kiku Major Domo Tufter 4lrG Havana 1 1S l52irfist S lu 4111 41114C12S 7i 7 A Collins 10 Blue AY rack lolitc Cromwell 4C12S Havana 1 116 l43fast 12 111 7 7 7 7 74529G 7 7C2 O Hirst 7 Alvord Bnford Major Domo 4529G Havana 1 116 l43fast 2 113 1 4 5 5 4 4U U McCrnn 7 Lackawamia Kiku Buford 45209 Havana 1 11G l45 ifast 2 111 4 G 4 3 1 AV Crump 7 Kiku Blue AVrack Legal 45175 Havana linOy l42fast 5 110 C 4 5 G Gi 2l AV Crump 11 Cromwell lolite AValmit Hall 45115 Havana 5 f l07fast S 110 G 6 5 Gl T C Hirst 7 Diff Eyes Cromwell Sk Knob 109 1 1 1 1 1IOS 1 = I11 AV Crump 4 Kiku Skecr Face Gnmdy 44SC3 Havana Im20y 111 fast 2i 108 4 433 3 31 3 1 L Garner 4 Cromwell lolite Zululand 41S13 Havana 1 l3Srast 4 107 2 3 3 3 2J 2 II Garner 5 Hank ODay Orestes Grundy Sixth Race [6th Havana] SIXTH RACE 1 11G Miles 4ycarolds and upward Claiming Feb 3 1913 144 V4 3 92 GUIDE POST b m 10 107 107Trainer By Filigrane Lady Augusta by Luke Blackburn Trainer J Umcnsetter Owner J Umensetter 40401 Havana linilOy y lJ lJsfast sfast 7 Iu7 2 2214 2 3i 2 = i F AVilson 9 AVir Tix Cork Duke of Shelby ShelbyG 40333 Havana 1 1IG G 151 l51Hgood good 5 105 1 1 1 1 1 li 1 F AVilson 7 FFavor Royalty EIIerrmann EIIerrmanny 40259 Havana Im20y y 143 fast 3 1 3 2 2 3 2i 3i F Hunt 9 Drusilla Sunningdale AVThyme AVThymeG 46125 Havana 1 1IG G l47 fast 7 106 6 G C 6 7 S S AV Jarrell 11 Duke of Shelby Royalty Cork Corky y l43fast 0 109 1444 3 t 4 ° H Garner 8 Legacy Parable Royalty 45765 Havana 1 l41ffast 4 101 S 7 G 6 G5 G42 P Long S Slip Silver AVar Tax El Coronel 45470 Havana 1 11C l4Cfast 7 101 1 4 4 G G10 G13 P Long AV 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7 7 7CHANSONNETTE 7J 714 M Schlesr S Legacy Parable Royalty CHANSONNETTE IIb f 4 103 103Trainer By Hessian Irish Song by longstreet Trainer H Shields Owner H T Bangs 40101 Havana ImSOy l4Hifast 7 103 S G 7 S S4C265 9 Ssi AV larrclI 9 War Tax Guide Post Cork 4C265 Havana ImuOy 141 fast 4 100 6 4 4 1 4t 5 = 1 T Murray S Parable War Tax I of Shelby 46161 Havana imaOy 143 fast G 104 1 3 4 5 a S4 0 = 3 J Carmody 9 Baladin Manokin The Talker 40050 Havana 34 113 fast 10 109 S 9 S S = S 3 A Collins 9 Presumption Encore Kilkenny 45853 Havana Im50y l41fast 21 108 5 2 3 1 1 15 A Collins 7 Our Maid Rockaree Mud Sill 45763 Havana 34 l14fast 6 lot 9 97 S C45 A Collins 11 Lady Ivan Old Kylers Homam 45291 Havana 1 l39V jfast 15 101 3 7 0 7 77 G 3 C White 7 Zoie Byrne Lariat 44992 Havana 34 l13fast 4 99 10 97 97NATIVE 0s 44 G Archbttl Allah Red The Gleamer NATIVE SOIL b c 4 108 By Cameron Earth by Esher Trainer C E St Clair Owner C E St Clair 4G12U Havana 34 l15fast 3 G G lh F Chiavta 8 Vada Belle 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Pretty Baby Dione 40012 Havana 1 116 l47fast 2i 110 443 3 3l lh G Mangan 7 Assumption Chillum OMnllej 45937 Havana 1 116 l4SVffast 3i 101 G 4 G G4E731 5 5 4 = J E Barnes 8 AVoodtlinish DAVilliiti ODiiy 4E731 Havana 1 11C l4Gfast D 98 1 G 4 4 4 33 A Tryon 7 Salvatelle Can Light 1 rulBab 45633 Havana Im50y l13cood 4 106 G G G G4M90 5 53 r 14 G Mangran 7 liim Lariat Bierman 4M90 Havana 1 1S lD2J6fa3t 85 98 4 2 3 3BUCK 4 S 3 ° 1 G Mailman fi BuckNail GreatGnll irr tiilln BUCK NAIL blk g 8 112 By Leonid Bcssio Rembert by Dunparron Trainer L F OLeary Owner L F 0Loary G20 Havana 1 1S l52fast S5 105 4 4 4 3 3 3 = i F Lux SolidRock GratGull LckyPearl LckyPearlli 40334 Ha nria 1 31G 203 good 2 110 4 1 1 1 1 14G129Ha li 33 AA Crooks AMnir Great Gull AAoodrm h h3i 4G129Ha mt Im3fly 143 fast Si 109 4 G G 5 3 3i 2J E Falor 8 Corydon Chillum Givat Gull GullG4 ifidTrl Ha ian liilSOy 143 fast J 111 fi 7 7 G G4 f1 AV Brown 8 Bill Ilimley Uioiie Dimitri 5SrS Ila ma 1 110 l45fast 75 1H G 0 G 5 G 2 J Cnrmody 8 Candle Light Uirial LIVarl LIVarlC 45753 Ha ana ImSOy l42 fast 2i 106 3 G C G C C45G19 3si A Tryon Circulate Ittlluuley Al Hudson 45G19 Ha ana Im50y l47hvy 3 111 1 3 3 3 3 31 41 r Crump 4 PIazeuway ICrossIL GreatGull 55 5 Havana J 115 JH5 fa t i W8 S 5 5 5 2J 1J AY Brown U Byrne Zoie Fountain Fay Page 6 On The Trail Of White-Tailed Deer: Dan J. Singer's Thrilling Narrative of a Trip Through the Woods of New Brunswick. ON THE TRAIL OF WHITETAILED DEE Dan J Singers Thrilling1 Narrative of a Tr Through the Woods of New Brunswick The cumulusnimbus clouds laing lov nmlbla in a ilirk and somber sky Then night blacki than ink shut down over tlio vast still wildernes With the darkness came a deathlike hush tin settled over the immense forest For an hour the was that intense stillness that precedes a storn Quiet gave way to the merest breath that rnsth tlie spruce tops ever so gently Then came anotlu linshed pause which was broken by the march of tl storm coming up through the forest forestIt It rose like the distant wail of a shewolf first then grow louder with the storms approac until it struck with all the violence it had gatl ered ushering in a great deluge of rain The b trees writhed and waved their long arms mull the urg of the wind the rain in big pelting dn i came sluicing down and played a rollicking tin n the roof of the little cabin where George Aik and I had recently arrived arrivedWo Wo had journeyed fourteen miles over an ol portage road from Iemiaie New Urunswick 1 one of W Harry Allens camps Our log cabin w comfortable with sleeping bunks filled with sof swotscented balsam boughs a good stove plentiful supply of provisions anil a crystalclef spring hard by The camp was situated on tl north side of a hardwood ridge nmid glorious la trees that lent majesty and breathed the roniam of the ageold woods Ve purposed to spend few weeks in the big forest with the object i studying and stillhunting the whitetailed dee About us roved many other species of big game bi it was on deer alone we concentrated our though ind efforts permitting all other wild folk to g their way unmolested unmolestedWith With the first faint pallor of dawn a light win breathed softly through the big spruce birch an beech lringing with it the rich fresh fragrance the ancient woods lly the time the pearly light ha filtered down through the great everrearing fores corridors Jeorgn and I swung our way up a lonj narrow trail The storm clouds had passed givin promise of a clear day The rain of the night be fore had softened the leaves upon the ground an we strode along almost as noiselessly as the craft lynx stealing up through the thicket thicketVe Ve intended to skirt several large open glades the first one of which was about a league froi camp In New Irunswick these open spaces ar called burns which conveys the impression tha they are blackcharred scopes of country but the are not With the exception of occasional ol burnt slumps then is little else that would sug gest they were once swept by a great fire Cov cred with a luxuriant growth of grass and dotte with young poplar balsam and wild cherry the I ave the appearance of a beautiful park that imtiir had tucked away in the midst of a great wilderness wildernessGREAT GREAT SILENCE OF MORNING DAWN DAWNAs As w emerged from the big forest to the edge o the open glade we paused to look carefully over th wide space that had suddenly been revealed an to listen in the great silence of the morning ijawn Every tree bush and shrub was drippin wot but ere long the sun now near to its rising would lick up the wet and every wisp of driftiii vapor At the far side of the glade reared raggedcrested line tf tall spruce that loomei I lack against Ihe red amber oC the eastern sky Several little brownish dots accompanied by a gentl fluttering of wings darted l y then from a neigh boring tree the little brown dots with voices tha semed timid at intriiling noon the unbroken silence pronounced their name ever so sweetly chickadee hicka deedeedee deedeedeeCeorge Ceorge drew my attention to some tracks tliei whispered Looks like a big buck done since tin rain We moved mi slowly watchingly search ingly expectantly After taking about twenty step we both stopped dead a slow languorous ininuti went by then the cause of our sudden stop re urrcd Down in the thicket a twig snapped fol ¬ lowed hen a sharp cracking sound and another in li rval of silence which was suddenly shatterei by a deep incomprehensible voice that suggostoi f it rcenes ami passion in its gruff grunting bellow bellowIt It was in the midst of the rutting season foi moose and Ceorge who has a wide reputation as moose caller had said he would call up a bull somi time even if I did not care to shoot him Thi was his opportunity lie placed a hand on his bird one and glanced at me inquiringly whereupon 1 nodded and a strange drama of the solitudes fol ¬ lowed 1licing the cone of birch to his lips Seorgi murmured a soft whining note full of desire am tenderness that rose then fell to a coarser nasa ending Almost at once the bull responded with lib deep gruff voice Then after a moment he came 01 with more thrashing of the brush and occasionally giving strange voice to the magic impulse that M upon him himAgain Again he would pause to listen ill the perfect stillness still save for the gentle whisperings now and again of the crisp leaves that drifted down from the big birch beech and maple trees Again Ceorge called through the crude horn a perfect mimicry of the cow moose when she calls to hei mate with all the plaintive yearning known to hei SUSPECTS A RIVAL IN EVERY THICKET THICKETWith With his antlers the bull thrashed the underbrush rud came on making a noise that seemed to speak defiance to all the other wild folk The bulls at this season seem to suspect that a rival lurks in every thicket and when they hear the sweet music of a cows love call they often lay aside their craft and with an attitude of gruffness and fight they make much unnecessary noise on their way to the summons of the cow Iut when the moose is not on a love errand he usually moves through the forest as noiselessly as a wolf for all his great bulk and widexproading antlers antlersCeorge Ceorge gave one more short low seductive call and was rewarded with the sound of the bull coming nearer We waited now what seemed many min ¬ utes Nothing stirred no sound came to our atten ¬ tive ears I sensed the bull must be by now within a hundred yards of us and too that Ceorge had given his last coaxing call for it would not be wise to call again or make another movement when the bull was in such close proximity proximityAll All about pervaded a strained silence I was wondering if the interesting play that a few minutes ago was so promising had come to a close Had the indignant bull discovered us and stalked off in disgust 1 glanced at Ceorgo whoso face was full of confidence and a slight nod told me that tin climax was waxing nigh To my surprise he picked up a thin dry stem and promptly snapped ff several pieces each one making a sharp short crack This was his final bit of craft for to the bull it was the sound of the cow cropping off some savory twigs This last bit of subtle trickery over jiowered any suspicions the bull may have had for o blew out a deep breath with the suggestion of a grunt and strode boldly out into the golden blaze of the rising sun sunPresently Presently he halted tossed his head high and to one side lie held his broad muzzle to the gentle breeze ami sampled the air with dilated nostrils lie was a marvel of strength ami vigor with a fair set of antlers that he seemed highly proud of A few moments he held the picturesque pose all bathed in a torrent of sunlight then as if to give voice again he stretched out his neck but instead remained silent for a time timeIt It may have been that a stray current of air brought the scent of danger to his nostrils for Middenly his whole attitude changed from defiance to a suggestion that he was late to keep an engage ¬ ment However he turned and trotted blithely off to the edge of the wood where he paused for a brief moment to turn a farewell glance back to the glade then disappeared amid the friendly fir wood woodSplendid Splendid I remarked to Ceorge when it was all over Von have the craft of the wild born in yon yonI I love the woods was his modest reply We wont lo ik at anything but deer from now on said Ceorge and we wont let up until yon find that big back you are looking for forONLY ONLY ANSWER KEEP READY moved down along the edge of the glade ever on the alert eyes peering ahead and on all sides scrutinizing carefully each little scope as it opened to our view Hcneath the big trees where the light was dim and into the shadow of the bushes our eyes were constantly searching for that sleek and wary antlered shadow of the big woods Any second any hour any day the chance might come and when it did it might only last while one could count two fast On the other hand there might be ample time Who could tell The only answer was keep ready readyAlmost Almost at once we had an adventure At the far edge of the glade a brook a silver snake alive leaped romped and sang a rollicking song down through the somber spruce and fir wood Ceorge who had brought along the ax went down into the leu to fell a tree across the stream as we expected to pass this way often ou our daily hunt and the ford would have been a deep one I remained a few paces out in the open thinking the sound of the six might startle one of the furtive folk from the shaded recesses of the gleu out into the open I stood by an old dead birch about sixty yards from the north corner of the glade where the big woods formed an I All sound was dead here in the glade save the soft crooning of the stream that drifted up from the gleu Presently George commenced to cl down the lire and the sound of the aY rang do on the still frosty air For a half mile or mo all the wild folk must have frozen when th caught ear of the strang hollow clang of the a for nothing moved nothing stirred or came out the open afc I had half expected expectedAfter After a time the chopping ceased came then cracking sound followed by a loud snap Then could hoar the tree crashing down through t brush Suddenly across the silvered silence of t glade rocketed a cock grouse stiffened his winj then slid on a long curve down into the leafag lust for fun 1 followed his line of flight over tl sights of the rifle and bet myself a pipeful tobacco that I could have got him with the p scatter gun It behooved me however to mil my business and watch what I was about likewii to leave all grouse that chanced to buzz by strict alone the law was ou grouse this year anywa anywaIn In breathless stillness that settled again I waite Soon a round pudgy little rabbit came leaping aloi with gay leisure Xear by he halted and eyed 11 curiously with one big bulging eye then sudden jerked lalf around as if to question by present and get a better view His little white puffba of a tail long erected ears and deft nose aipiiv made a picture so pleasant that it would hy tickled the whiskers of a lucifee to say noUiii of liis palate palateFACE FACE LIKE A BAD DREAM DREAMrneeremonionsly rneeremonionsly our rabbit departed in hast Perhaps the air currents had told him mnre th they had told me At any rate you will pictur please down in the gleu dozing contentedly outlaw of the wild with a wholly bad record record handed down from his ancestors with nil counted unhallowed deeds and evil ways of living livingNature Nature had given him a garb that matched silt prisingly with the tawny brown of the autum leaves All this wrapped tip in about three fei of fur Add to this a stump of a tail slashd daws en four legs that are padded to the toes insure a dead silent tread that matches a shado for its soundlessness soundlessnessHis His face was that of a bad dream it wi round bewhiskered and those eyes with tliei evil leer expressed no less than all the diabolic deeds of his ancestors crowded into one To the ti of each ear was added a stub of a black brush r Jeast so it appeared He had fangs too fan long and sharp a disposition that was not eve good to think about and his entire face savore of another world The same of course was lynx How could it be otherwise For convenient we will call him the angel angelSomething Something moved I swear it did or was just a shadow that lengthened amid the thin leal screen of brandies Followed a long tense pans and a silence that pall d Suddenly a rufuslme shadow with two lung marvelously quick an equally marvelously silent bounds came and wei1 like a smoke puff across the corner of the gla The very spirit of the woods the angel himseli had passed almost under my nose In a twinklin he had come and gone and in that time I had line up the rifle but pressed the trigger just as h melted into cover Had it not been for a liandfn of long fur I picked up later just where I ha ihot through the long grass at the angel I migl lave reproached myself for shooting at a passin hadow Selfeffacement seemed a science with th mgel mgelPresently Presently Ceorgc rejoined me and after tellin lim briefly what had taken place we tried t follow up the trail of the lynx but were not re warded witli the slightest success It was evideu the angel had escaped unharmed except for th small daaiage to his fur coat We then repaired t fleorges bridge in the form of a big tree which h liad skilfully felled across the stream streamWe We passed on over the waterway through th slew and out across another wide upon space A ive swung down into a patch of young fir wood u ivent a white flag only twenty yards away an the rifl came to the shoulder with a feeling I ai ready this time At second glance 1 lowered tin rifle for no man would want to shoot the sleek raceful yearling that bounded away awayFAWN FAWN PUZZLED AT OUR PRESENCE PRESENCEWe We stood perfectly still and presently sojnethin iccniTcd that was interesting After the fawn hai rone about fifty yards he stopped stood a moment hen turned and walked with dainty cautious step lireetly toward us We remained perfectly motion ess and as the little fellow came on he stared a is though greatly puzzled at our presence He heh lis head high stretched his muzle far out am miffed with curiosity trying vainly to get ou cent He presented a novel ami pleasin pietim is he raised each dainty foot and placed it forwan n the ground with unmatched grace and caution Vfter approaching within fifteen yards of us IK topped and eyed us with suspicion Then turning le slowly circled until he finally got our scenl ind made off offCning Cning on again we soon turned into an old lumbe oad which had long since been abandoned and iiuch overgrown Softly we journeyed along througl he green bowery archway noting often in the sof arth the trail signatures of many of tin wilder less folk Moose tracks far outnumbered al jthers but there wen many telltale records of dee nd often the fresh heartshaped impress of a hi mck made the blood in my veins flow the faster Ve stepped along so quietly that a big spruce rouse in the center of the road allowed me to ap iroach almost near enough to have caught him in rab net before taking wing Leaving the old roai re swung off to the north to hunt out some likely ittle pockets that Ceorge knew of ofMile Mile after mile hour after hour we threaded tin1 Hiiet solitudes often stopping for minutes to listei n the vast thrdihing silence down through a lon I retch of stately spruce where the stillness was crfect and there was nothing to hint of the wih ife that thronged again out into the open across acrosswide wide barren of hardhack dimpled and patchei nth cloud shadows that flitted and gambolei ike sheep at play over a hard wood ridge where iitnnin with her magic brush had lavished a riot f color It had touched the maples and behold hey flamed scarlet in the sun when only a week go they were tender green The birch and beech rere saffron and gold and among them splashes f every shade of green All a miracle of color Lhenio that stood mt boldly against the sunsleeped lue lueAnd And so the days passed pleasantly with their arious adventures while we were searching for the rand old buck we hoped some day to find The venihgs though short were no less enjoyable as re exchanged stories of the woods between puffs rom our pipes The most interesting story was told a me by Ccorge as follows followsMAN MAN AND BEAR IN DEADLY COMBAT COMBATA A man named Henchpy one spring evening about usk was walking up the road in the vicinity of lie Miramidii Hiver He met a bear coming in the iposite direction llenchey expected that the bear onld run off any minute into the woods but the isir kept on toward him and finally got so close lowing no sign of turning aside that the man icked up a stick At that moment the bear was dose as to make it unwise for the man to turn ml run As Henchev straightened up with his ick the bear rose on his hind legs Instantly the an who was an expert woodsman and strong of im wielded his stick which struck fair over le bears head but unfortunately broke in two At about the same moment or an eyewink later ic bear struck with his paw The man cut deep oni the claws of the bear and the bear partly unned by the heavy blow from the stick went to le ground together The man seized the bear by ith sides of the head in order to keep him from Hug and at the same time kicked the bear about le uuderparts The bear was not idle either iring these exciting moments Itringing up his iud paws raked the man with his claws until he id torn away his clothing and cut deep gashes i his abdomen It looked bad for the man At this juncture a small dog that was accompany ig the man launched himself in the midst of the fray with all the spunk and fierceness he pos ssed The plucky little canine seized the bear the hind leg Immediately the bear directed his tention toward the dog Uy this time the man as weak and the bear easily broke away and arted for the dug Pnt he did not proceed far r he had been terribly injured by he mans kicks id knees hammering in his stomach After going few paces the bear fell and lay still The mail rriblv mauled walked a mile to the nearest house rter several weeks he recovered and is living today ISoisetown New Itrunswick The morning after e attack the bear was found dead in the road Uarely a day passed that we failed to see both nose and deer One morning in a little glade at e edge of a fir wood before the sun was up id the mist hung about in gauzy veils I jumped fair buck but his antlers were nothing unusual unusualwe we let him too go his way One rainy afternoon when we had decided to call calla a day and were directing our steps campward e chanced to hear something moving about in a ngled growth of birch and fir From the sound sensed it was a good sized bull moose and just r sport decided to make a stalk to see how near could get getAfter After a short circle I worked up slowly to where expected to glimpse a lordly bull any moment I mill go on a step or two and stop and listen was sure he had not moved off as I was too ar for him to steal away unheard It was evident iwever that he had become aware of something iiisual for he had stopped browsing and was no ubt standing as still as a statue and listening PUFF OF WIND BETRAYS US USA A puff of wind must have brought the pungent scent to him for suddenly a big bull went crashing through the brush only to stop sixty yards away in plain view and look back over his shoulder He had a spread of antlers that a larger bull might justly be proud of and a coat so dark that it loomed black amid the silvery birch 1 raised my rifle then lowered it The shot would have been an easy one for the man who wauled moose A moment later the bull fled in mad haste passing with sur ¬ prising ease through the thickly wooded forest forestThat That same afternoon near nightfall the clouds thinned and finally breaking up drifted off to the south leaving a clear sky When tin big round October moon rose that night ami wrought magic through the still forest the air turned glassy dear and frosty cold The next dawning was without a breath and amid the great wash of violet light day broke in rose and gold Pp through the silent forest corridors with long swinging strides two figures moved without word without sound Not a breath disturbed the dear balsamy fragrance of the crisp air We had about a league to travel through the thick forest on our way to some grassy little pockets where George pinned great faith oil finding a big buck buckHefore Hefore the sun was fairly up we crossed a brook and followed its course for a mile down through the quaking gloom of a tamarack swamp As the sun rose a little breeze came purring through the trees from out the north This made conditions most favorable for hunting the country we had chosen leaving the stream we turned off to the north passing through some thick brush then we came out along a fringe of young fir and birch with here and there a little grassy pocket It was in ¬ deed a most likely Junking place for deer iust enough cover with an abundance of feed We worked slowly upwjnd and employed all our craft and stealth I carried my rifle in the hollow of my left arm with the fingers of my right hand resting on the safety ready to throw it over on the instant In the keen pulsing air leaving silence behind silence and the red sun aslant behind the serried wall of tall spruce we glided like specters iu and out through the copse copseAH AH hunters have it I had it that morning5a hunch that my opportunity was close at hand I know George felt it too for from the time we turned off from the the brook he was hunting in dead earnest Moving on we rounded a little clus ¬ ter of firs and at once came into view a grand old buck feeding near a small birch seventy yards away With all his craft we had caught him un ¬ awares Instantly I threw off the safety Instantlr he flung up a fine antlered head As I raised the rifle the buck with one magnificent spring was under way and went sailing off in splendid long loops whim came the sharp vicious smack of the rifle rifleThe The bullet found its mark behind the shoulder but this we did not know until later when we found him in a repose from which there was no awakening The buck bore a handsome set 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