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CHURCHILL DOWNS GOSSIL New Orleans and Havana Horses Arriving Day After Day Red Legs an Attractive Twoyear old Stalls Plentiful at Douglas Park LOUISVILLE Ky March 2 The racing colony here is rapidly swelling there being numerous dally arrivals fnun Now Orleans inil Uiivini At lioth Churchill Downs iinil Douglas Iirk i lot of activity is shown every morning The fine weather of the past few days lias enabled Hie trainers to begin ctivo exorcise of their liorses which are some ¬ what backward as to oiiilition because of the severe winter Tliey still have iinile time to fit tinin for the early spring Dicing if the present wather continues anil the two courses remain fast fastGeorge George V Harnos trainer of the C V Mark liorses got in fnun New Orleans anil lias been as ¬ signed stable room at the Downs In liis outfit is Pulor four year old son of Pioton While Veil sml v inner of the Mardi Gras llamlicap at the Fair iMinils llo is a caiuliilate for the Kentucky ami I larU llanilicats here herelucUcv lucUcv Joe Keileris eame in fnun Havana where he rode all winter for Williams Hros Me will continue to ride for them mi the Kentucky circuit He said that trainer 1 J Williams is bringing liink only a few horses from the Cuban track the iiihers having been sent to Oklahoma where they will be retired in tli stud The Williams stable en route will join the division here in charge of It D Williams at Douglas 1ark 1arkW W K Phillips patrol judge at the three Ken ¬ tucky tracks got in from New Orleans just in time to learn of his reappointment to his old position for this year lie plans to remain here until time 1o go to Lexington for the opening of the racing season there thereK K Floyd who was also named a patrol judge is a local man and while he has never held an official position on i race track before he has long been interested in racing and is well versed in the sport from every standpoint He at present holds a state position to which he was appointed by overnor Kdwiu I Morrow soon after the latter ivis elected to office last autumn autumnJohn John S Ward has a twoyearold which he lias named Kctl Legs which is attracting considerable attention at present as he gives every indication of developing into a fast race horse He is the progeny of Itock View Starcadia therefore a bn tlier to Siarview a useful filly last year in the Jefferson Livingston stable Like Starview he i a chestnut in color Ked Legs is extensively on lercd in twoyearold stakes for the coining season seasonThe The John W Schorr horses are quartered at Douglas Park under the care of trainer Louis Tau ber and they will remain then until time to IKJ sent to Lexington Owner Schorr is at Hot Springs Ark ArkItccausi Itccausi of numerous reservations made during tin winter mouths stable room at Churchill Downs Mill soon be at a premium but there are ample iccommodalions for all at Douglas Park Most of the eastern owners with Kentucky Derby candi ¬ dates renucsted track superintendent Tom Young to assign them stabling facilities at the Downs while many of the westerners prefer Douglas Park as a training ground Commander Ross' New Entries COMMANDER ROSS NEW ENTRIES TOKONTO Out March 2 tional nominations for the Ontario Jockey Club spring meeting stakes have been sent in by Com ¬ mander 1 K L Itoss They were delayed in the mails from Maryland MarylandTo To the Stanley Produce Stakes to be run in IU23 Mr Itoss enters entersPriscilla Priscilla Mullins by ArniPath II bred to Mara ¬ thon thonMarjorie Marjorie A by Prince of Melbourne bred to Marathon MarathonGolden Golden Wedding by Golden Maxim bred to Marathon MarathonMelody Melody by Meddler bred to Spanish Prince PrincePesky Pesky by Proomstick bred to Marathon or IMtzwilliam IMtzwilliamaiiicc aiiicc by Kridge of Canny bred to Marathon Marathon3amura 3amura by Santoi bred to Marathon MarathonFor For the Kreoders Stakes of 121 he sends in inSilent Silent West br c by Calgary Cipher Code CodeSlider Slider b f by Dorante Son SonMarjhain Marjhain cTT c by Prince Ahmed Marjorio A AWaac Waac ch f liv The Cnrragh Mary Street StreetAjom Ajom ch c by Aleppe Polly Hill HillMyrtle Myrtle Crown ch c by Prince Ahmed Myrtle Marlon MarlonFor For tho Maple Leiif Stakes of 1921 five are eu 1crod as follows followsSutler Sutler b f by Dorante Son SonWaac Waac ch f liv Tin Curragh Mary Street StreetAunt Aunt Lin ch f by Oisean Lingar LingarThorny Thorny Way ch f by Prince Ahmed Kriar Iuth IuthAssyrian Assyrian Queen ch f by Prince Ahmed La Dolores This Is Lincolnshire Handicap Day THIS IS LINCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP DAY The English flat racing season of 1020 began nt Lincoln last Monday The main event of the Lincoln meeting the Lincolnshire Handicap is to l o run today The Liverpool Spring meeting be ¬ gins tomorrow and its greatest race the Liverpool Grnnil National Steeplechi e will lie decided on Priiliiy afternoon Santoi's Dam Was A Cheap Mare SANTOIS DAM WAS A CHEAP MARE Santoi famous as racer and sire was tho third foal of Merry Wife a mare which cost fiftyfive guineas She ran three times only In her first rnce she wis placed third in a Jlaiden 1late at World's Record Of Horse Sales: Tracery's Price, Calculated On Basis Of Others, The Highest Ever Paid---Twenty-Four Horses And One Mare Sold For More Than $100,000 Each WORLDS RECORD OF HORSE SALES TRACERYS PRICE CALCULATED ON BASIS OF OTHERS THE HIGHEST EVER PAID TWENTYFOUR TWENTYFOURHORSES HORSES AND ONE MARE SOLD FOR FORMORE MORE THAN 100000 EACH Mr August Helmonts secretary has confirmed to a representative of Daily Kacing Form in New Vorl Vorlthat that the reported price of r000 pounds for which Mr Hel nt sold Tracery to Senor Tiine of Huenos HuenosAires Aires was correct On its face this is the i st sum ever paid for a thoroughbred hors ruder a rule of The Jockey Club defining the value of foreign money units in their equivalents in dollars Tracery was sold for 2 iTiOOO That rule is primarily for use in estimating foreign winnings hit would cover related transactions such as the one under consideration The Jockey Clubs definition oi values will be in the nature of news to many and is as follows followsOne One Pound Sterling England shall be equivalent to 00 00One One Filipino Peso Philippine Islands shall be equivalent to 0 cents centsOne One Franc France shall be equivalent to 20 cents centsOIK OIK Lire Italy shall be equivalent to 20 cents centsOne One Mark Germany shall lie equivalent to 2i cents centsOne One Kouhlc Kussia shall be equivalent to cents centsOne One Crown Austria shall be equivalent to 111 cents centsOne One Peseta Spain shall be equivalent to 17 cents centsSince Since the announcement of the sale on February 2 the matter of rate of txclmngo lias been draggei into the transaction in an effort to establish that the real sum paid for tin horse was somewhere between 177000 and 1MI0 IO This may I itirely gratuitous Mr Pelmont is an international banker and andfinancier financier to whom the tluctuations of exchange values are as familiar as the letters of the alphabet and impossible of being overlooked It Is entirely reasonable to conclude that when he sold Tracery for 3000 pounds he sold him for that sum exactly without any depreciation through the unstable rating of com ¬ mercial txHitnge which changes from day loday If exchange wa really a factor its op irYitim pre ¬ sumably would be at whatever rate it was on the day when the sale was consummated consummatedAnother Another factor is in a statement in London Sportsman by Vigilant to the effect that Senor inziie is to be credited with all the stud fees for the current season This would be a considerable sum for Tracery was full this year at the big fee of 300 guineas or 1 00 00This This and the matter of exchange are known only in their truth to Mr Helmont and the buyer In the interest of accurate tnrf history Mr Pelmont will dear nfi these points of surmise some day In the meantime Daily Kacing Form will stand by the record in maintaining that the sum Tracery was sold for was 2 2iOOO iOOO For record purpi the following table of h s sold for 100000 and over was compiled from the iirtls It shows horses sold their pedign sellers countries to which thev were sold and the Horse Pedigree PedigreeItock Country Itock Sand Sainfoin Koqiiebriine by S SSt A Helmont France St Plaise Hermit Fusee by Marsya Pelmont est Inited Stati Tracery Itock Sand Topiary by Orme V Hclmont HclmontPrince Vrgentina Prince Palatine Persimmon Lady Lightfoot by Isinglass J p Joel France Flying Fox Orme Vampire by Calopiu Dof Westmi WestmiCyllene iter cstFrance Cyllene IComi Vista Arcadia by Isonomy C I Jtose JtoseDiamond Argentina Diamond Jubilee St Simon Perdita II by Hampton King Fdwar rgentina Craganour Desmond Veneration by Laveno LavenoOrmonde C P Ismay rgentina Ormonde Iteiid Or Lily Agnes by Macaroni MacaroniCyllene Senor Houcau Tnited States Cyllene Hona Vista Arcadia by Isonomy IsonomyItock C D Kose Argentina Itock Sand Sainfoin Koqncbrtine by St Simon SimonDark Sir J Miller fnsted States Dark Itonald Hay Konald Darkie by Thurio K Kennedy Germany Sceptre Persimmon Ornament by llend Or K S Sievier England Prince Palatine Persimmon Lady Lightfoot by Isinglass W H Walker WalkerYour r England Your Majesty Persimmon Yours by Melton W II Walker WalkerArd r England Ard Patrick St Florian Morganette by Springfield I Gnbbins Galtee More Kenilal Morganette by Springfield J Gubbins Lancaster John oGaunt Seadown by byDof Orvieto E II Leach England Dof Westminster Orme Gantlet by Galopin Duke of Westminster England EnglandHalsam Minoru Cyllene Mother Siegel by Halsam W H Walker Kussia Jardy Flying Fox Airs and Oraces by Ayrshire K Itinnc Argentina 1 0000 0000Argentina Val dOr Flying Fox Wandora by Hriico K Hlane HlaneHiniou Argentina MOOOO MOOOOGermany Hiniou Le Pompon HricaHrac l y St Serf M Kphrussi KphrussiOouvernant Germany 1 110000 110000Austria Oouvernant Flying Fox louvernanto by Knergy K Hlanc Austria 100000 100000Argentina Son Hi A morion Old Man Korea by Haeburn Argentina 200000 A Niece To The Great Botafogo A NIECE TO THE GREAT BOTAFOGO LKXINGTON Ky March V3 Itecent foals at Arthur H Hancocks Claiborne Stud near Paris include a chestnut filly by Martinet Chemulpo a half sister to the great Argentine race horse Hotafogo which was sold for 200000 after he had won 19l iO in twenty races on the Huenos Aires courses having been only once defeated defeatedChemulpo Chemulpo is by Ien Strome Korea by Itaebnrn Korea was brought to this country from Kngland and sold to the elder II P Ileadley who after three years of her ownership during which time she bred Chemulpo sent her to Argentina where she was sold by auction to become the mother of Hotafogo by Old Man which was a son of the English sire Orbit and Moissoneuse a daughter of Dollar and a native mare Mr Ileadley has mated Chemulpo with Omar Khayyam Lincolnshire And Grand National LINCOLNSHIRE AND GRAND NATIONAL LONDON Kngland March 23 Quotations on the Lincolnshire Handicap to lie run Wednesday Sir Herkeley and Hruff Itridge S to 1 Monteith to 1 Scatwell Koyal Hucks Violoncello 100 to I each Paragna IS to 1 Danegelt 20 to 1 Ample 2 to 1 Dromio 2 to 1 On the Grand National Steeplechase to be run Friday the figures are Poethlyn 7 to 2 Troytown 13 to 2 Gerald KM to S Silver King 100 to S Tgly Duckling has been scratched from the Lincolnshire and Lut teur III the French horse is not doing well aid has receded in the speculation over the Graitl National Simpleton A Mysterious Horse SIMPLETON A MYSTERIOUS HORSE Simpleton which was owned by Mr Wilson last year was the most mysterious horse on the turf If he were suffering from a physical ailment he gave no inkling of it and if he were not he was a downright dishonest horse He completely baffled Thomas Ilealey who has trained horses for Mr Wilson for twentyfive years In his trials he did everything a real good horse should do lie ran fast and far on iny kind of n track He ate well worked well walked well and slept well Hut he would not race well Karly in the spring he was the pride of the stabfe Several times he covered five eighths of a mile in u minute but in his races he always ran several seconds slower He disappointed his owner and trainer so often that they became disgusted with him and sold him for onetenth of what they thought he was worth in tiie spring The colt might be suffering from some internal trouble New York Sun and Herald Law About Maryland Racing Vote LAW ABOUT MARYLAND RACING VOTE RALTIMOKK Mel March 23 AttorneyGeneral Armstrong of Maryland based his opinion that the reference of racing in the state to i vote of the people was unconstitutional on a decision handed down by the Court of Appeals in 1S 1 in relation to the taking of oysters in Somerset County In this case the act was to be submitted to the voters of Somerset County The court held that the matter of taking oysters was a stitewide question over which the legislature alone has power As I sec it the law is plain on the subject declares Mr Armstrong I No Form To These Races: Havana Card Given Over to Slow Selling Platers.; Key Mar Victorious in the Leading Race of the Day--Derby Day Opinion. NO FORM TO THESE RACES Havana Card Given Over to Slow Selling Platers Key Mar Victorious in the Leading Race of the Day Derby Day Opinion HAVANA Cuba March 23 The rams of today were contested over a heavy track and liv fieliN of as inferior racers as could IK collected The nearest approach to moderatelv respectable form was presented in the fifth race which was at three inarters for u 700 purse This Kev Mar captured from Phcdodeu by three parts of a length in a sharply contested finish with Iiriat a guod third thirdThe The opening race furnished a surprise when tho X to 1 chance Ilaccarat managed to defeat the well backed favorite Royalty by a half length and something of the same nature cropped up in the fourth race when Iron Pov and Count Poris at II to 1 and S to 1 respectively finished in front of the yen money favorite Fickle Fmcv FmcvInterest Interest in the 1111110 Cuban Derby to be run next Sunday increases each passing day Specula ¬ tion regarding the winner is keen Among the thousands of tnrf lovers opinions regarding tin various candidates nre pretty evenly divided be ¬ tween nine Wrack and lleilon While Mile Dazie is not without admirers at the present time the Diaz colt is thought to have the best chance and will probably go to the lM ttenJoyiitheilionos tit favoritism favoritismShould Should the track be heavv the Sunday field will not be materially reduced as a majority of the probable starters run well on a heavy track trackA A carload of horses the property of W L Lewis J J Holtman S Haxlor and OMara Hrothers leaves tonight bound for Lexington Holtman sent Kiku and Fly Home whil OMara sent Spectacular Girl GirlThe The sprinter Arthur Middletou is also in tho shipment consigned to Will Woodward in I ex ington ingtonJ J J OMalley decided to take in the oarlv Maryland meetings this spring and will send Diver ¬ sion and Major Kradloy to Maryland At the end of the Maryland season he plans to ship to Kontuckv in time for the Latouia meeting Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF The formerly gooo inc mare iioiiscmam oy Proomstick Kthel Pace died recently on the Simnis farm near Lexington LexingtonJames James 11 Smith the lug California coal man and a friend of 1 II Kosseters is going into breeding gradually in the Golden State lint in general the interest there is far from broad broadFred Fred Taral who has been a sufferer with the fin for nearly six weeks is convalescing He is about again today and may accept a mount in the old timers race to be run during the PimUeo meeting Mortimer Murphys Chief and C A Applegates Arnold two of the best performers at New Orleans this winter are at the Howie Maryland course Itoth are to take part in the early races of that track trackThe The Kentucky Derby lists by Kentucky judges are making Damask Destruction High Command Doniiacona and On Watch at li to 1 in their cal ¬ culations Prince Pal is next with 10 to t against him himGodfrey Godfrey Preece of Westbury L L is at home from Pineliurst N C with about thirty polo ponies that he and his sons Qnentin and Stewart have been wintering and using t here Qiicnl in is going to Fngland to rido races this year yearKxjockey Kxjockey Hopkins who in 115 rode for Mr John Sanford in France and was third in the list of American riders for 1911 is now a Chicago veterinary surgeon having recently graduated Hopkins is going to Maryland to practice and will be on duty at Havre do Grace GraceKelly Kelly Phillips former jockey and now i trainer who took i stable of liorses to Tijuana from New Orleans recently was found dead in his home at San Diego Cal Monday night with sev ¬ eral bullet wounds in his head The manner of liis death could not be determined determinedIn In a personal letter from Kentucky and referring to the Kentucky Derby lot Exile writes Donna cona is the best bred horse in the race and if Max Ilirsch gets tho hang of the St Simon breed think he can be made out a winner I thought him second best to Man o War last season and the St Simon liorses almost always improve a lot from two o three years Another of Whitneys Damask will have the advantage of conditions though and lie is a real good colt Record Of Bolster In Racing RECORD OF BOLSTER IN RACING The death of the Englishbred gelding Holster last Saturday is reported from Howie He was a good race horse and is a loss of importance Carry ¬ ing IM pounds he won the Mart in Hehrman IIiui dicap of two miles at the New Orleans Fair Grounds February 7 ru ning the distai e in 3286 Xo ordinary horse oiild run such race and to tho discerning it ave him a cha ee to attain cup honors Iolster was bred in E gland by Sir John llobinson and Ix ight as a yearlii g by Howard Oots who brought h n to this conn ry lie had been consistently a inner from his twoyearold days and seemed cast for his best year hail not death intervened His record in racing was wasBolster Bolster ch g 1915 by Marco Permia by Age Sts 1st 2d SdUnp 0 1 2010 3 2 3S3i 4 4 7sOir 1 fi91 Totals 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National Steeple SteepleJllVJ 100 Aintree course next nextFriday JllVJ t Friday FridayJ J L Nashville Temi Bridge Player di 1 not start at Tijuana March 11 but ran March 13 and finished unplaced unplacedJose Jose Cincinnati O The richest race run for in Spain is the Grand Prix de Madrid of 20000 at one mile and four and a half furlongs It is usually given in August of each year yearJ J I St Louis Mo Jim Gaffncy was a two vcarold in 1907 and in the fall started in the Futurity in which lie finished sixth behind Colin Bar Noiie Chnpultopcc Fair Play and Meelick MeelickR R F Toronto Out The time of race HM01 woii by War Tax as printed in Eastern Edition vtfis incorrect The mile time was lIOi The race was1 at one mile and fifty yards tind the final tiuii 1M3I5 Jamaica's Fine Stake Entries: Nearly 1,200 Entries to the Events of the Spring and Summer Meetings. JAMAICAS FINE STAKE ENTRIES Nearly 1200 Entries to the Events of the Spring and Summer Meetings NEW YORK N Y March 23 The entries to tlie Jamaica Metropolitan Jockey Club Stakes arc some 1200 in number They are to be run for during two meetings May 152 Among the nominations are all including Purchase Sir Barton Exterminator Hannibal Naturalist Lucnllite Mad Hatter Thun ¬ derclap Corn Tassel l inius Dunboyne Valor Cirrus Star Master Royce Rools War Pennant Milkmaid Billy Kelly Audacious Fairy Wand Cromwell Tetlev Tippity Witchet Flags O10 Koenig Ima Frank Lion dOr Old Rosebud Lord Brighton Motor Cop and Aexatious of the older division while the threeyearolds include Man o War John P Grier Upset Uviatlian On Watch Donnacona Blue Wrack David Ilariim Shoot On Cinderella Blazes Hobey Baker Dominique Krcwer King Thrush Constancy Neddam Sea Mint Bersaglierc Hasten On Paul Jones Vice Chairman My Laddie Fcodor St Allan Golden Broom Round Robin Right Over Might Ponty prlild Armistice Arrowhead Irish Dream Knlco Faisaii Dore Dr Clark and Eddie Rickcnbachcr RickcnbachcrThe The threeyearold and over stakes have in numbers been entered as follows followsExcelsior Excelsior HI Kings County 5S Long Beach 5t Paumonok HI Rainbow 03 Garden City Ncwtown 5ti Olympic 57 57The The threeyearold stakes and their entries are areSouthampton Southampton IS Stiiyvcsant iS Highland 41 41In In the twoyearold races there are 520 entries as follows followsYouthful Youthful IOC rtilcrado lOli Rosedale 11 Greenfield 71 Montauk 70 Suffolk 73 73The The nominators include II P Whitney with 72 entries S C Hihlreth 15 W R Coc 5S J W McClelland 13 W J Salmon 12 R T Wilson Jr 37 Mrs Louise Viau 31 G W I ft Juiney Stable 32 G A Cochran 31 and J K Ross the largest IKI New Thoroughbreds In Kentucky NEW THOROUGHBREDS IN KENTUCKY LEXINGTON Ky March 23 Fair Louise Aunt Mamie and Blue Ballot three of the mares Mr Hancock bought out ef the J E Madden sale at Hamburg Place in November have already produced Aunt Mamie daughter of Uncle and Hazing sister to Fayette foaled a black filly by George Smith and was bred to Ambassador Fair Louise daughter of Ogden and Flora Pomona winner of the Tennes ¬ see and Lat uiia Oaks and sister to Flora Willough by dam of Dodge foaled a black colt by Star Shoot aiid was bred to Jim Gaffney Bine Ballot by Bal ¬ lot lioiinie Blue II dam of Bines and Blue Girl foaled a brown colt by The Finn and was bred to Ambassador AmbassadorTwo Two mares purchased hist fall by Mr Hancock from E R Bradley of Idle Hour Farm have dropped foals by Black Toney One is a brown colt dam Bit of a Devil daughter of Helmet and Melton Mowlray by Melton and the other is a brown filly dam Breathing Spell daughter of Dark Ronald and Romagne by Polymeliis Bit of a Devil Devilgoes goes to the court of Ambassador 1 Breathing Spell Spellhas has been mated with Omar Khayyam Bobolink half sister to Neil Cow and to Dark Flight which was bought at Newmarket sales last December by John Sanford of Amsterdam N Y for 30010 by Willonyx dam Chclandry foaled a black colt by Celt and is to be mated with Ambassador AmbassadorTeacher Teacher by Greenan dam School Mistress half sister to Sain by Hamburg foaled a bay colt by Wrack and was bred to Jim Gaffney GaffneyResponsful Responsful by Meddler dam Sehulaniite by Plaudit foaled a brown filly by Hilarious and was bred t Rock View ViewFour Four of the mares belonging to Mrs Wilfred Aiau quartered at Claiborne Stud have foaled as fid lows Delft by Burgomaster dam Blue Girl foaled a bay colt by Wrack and was bred to Ambassador AmbassadorArrowshaft Arrowshaft owned by Behiir Stud foaled a brown colt by Rock View at Claiborne Stud Primula daughter of St Denis and Little Primrose owned by Belair Stud foaled a bay celt at Ellerslie Stuil by Celt and has been bred to Wrack Arrowshaft is a daughter of Ogden and Quiver the dam of Hem HemDesirous Desirous by Hamburg foaled a bay colt by Wrack and was bred to Omar Khayyam KhayyamHoney Honey Bee by Hamburg foaled a chestnut colt by Celt and was returned to Omar Khayyam Oromac by Hamburg foaled a black colt by Celt and will be bred to Omar Khayyam Embroidery by Celt foaled a bay filly by Broomstick and is to be bred to Omar Khawam Samuel Ross Horses About Ready SAMUEL ROSS HORSES ABOUT READY h 25 The division divisionof of the stable of Samuel Ross of Washington that trainer Max Smart is preparing for racing at Benning track will lie ready for the colors at Bowie Smart has missed no opportunity this spring to get work under the belts of his charges and for about three weeks the going at Bciming has been comparatively safe for work His bist twoyearolds since the sale of the Streph ui Beth Stanley colt Stanley to J S Tyree for 2500 are a colt called Attorney a son of Strcphon Haversack and a filly called Optimism a daughter of Ban of Hope Ettawa Both of these were raised at Captain Philip M Walkers Page Brook farm in Clarke Comity Vir ¬ ginia and both are prepossessing The Bard of Hope filly is something of a runner too She will race in the course of the first week of tile Bowie meeting Smart may have to wait until toward the end of the meeting on the Strcphon colt which is big and weedy and possibly a bit backward Smart will find out just where this youngster stands when he calls on him at Benning toward the end of the current week weekMr Mr Ross filly Toucanct a daughter of Vulcain Toucan that showed unusual promise as a long dis ¬ tance runner last year as did several other two and threeyearold by Henry T Oxnards fine young Rock Sand stallion which was a great long distance filmier in France a few years back has broadened and thickened notably Smart says she is ready now to go threequarters of a mile and he believes that she will win at one mile before the Bowie meeting is finished He expects something of Killy Gordon and Optimistic a colt and a filly that did not race last summer to the promise of their early trials trialsSmart Smart is figuring on getting SOUK flat racing under the belts of his Gleiiiver stable jumpers at Bowie These fencers have been out jumping when ¬ ever the weather was halfway decent all winter and they are nearly fit These jumpers are Sea Sun Pioneer Baronet Venal Joy Ilarwood Traiis pero Sous Marine Ballarosa Old Bill Bender Lava SupTba and Chester Two Racing Dates for 1920 RACING DATES FOR 1920 CubaAmerican Jockey and Auto Club Havana Cuba November 27 1 to March 28 1020 110 days daysMutuels Mutuels and books booksLower Lower California Jockey Club Tijuana Hex Beginning January 24 and continuing for 100 or ormore more days Mutuels Southern Maryland Agricultural Association Prince PrinceGeorge George Park Jiowie Md April 1 to April 15 13 days Mutuels Harford Agricultural and Ureedera Association AssociationHavre Havre de Grace Md April 1 to April 30 13 days Mutuels Maryland Jockey Club Pimlico Md MdMay May 1 to May IS 15 days Mutuels Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L I IMay May 15 to May 22 7 days Oral Ontario Jockey Club Woodbine Park Toronto Out OutMay May 22 to May 29 7 days Mutuels Montreal Driving Club Delorimier Park Montreal MontrealQuo Quo QuoMay May 22 to May 20 7 days Mutuels Wcstclicstcr Racing Association Belmont Park ParkQueens Queens L I IMay May 24 to June 12 18 days Oral Dorvay Jockey Club Dorval Park Montreal Quo QuoJuno Juno 1 to Jams 8 7 dsiyst Mutuels Montreal Jockey Club Blue ttotiuets Montreal MontrealQuo Quo QuoJune June 10 to Juno 17 7 days Mntupln Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L 1 1June June 14 to June 23 9 days Oral Connaught Park Jockey Club Connatight Park ParkOttawa Ottawa Out OutTurn Turn ll to June 25 7 days Mutuels Queens County Jockey Club Aqueduct L I IJune June 24 to July 13 17 days Oral Niagara Racing Association Fort Erie Out Juuu yit to July 0 7 days Mutuels From Three Toes To Thoroughbred: Story of the Horse from the Earliest Period of His Life and His Development. FROM THREE TOES TO THOROUGHBRED THOROUGHBREDStory Story of the Horse from the Earliest Period of His Life and His Development Embryohoofed animals seem to have been the earliest lands earliest life antedating the dawn of the Eocene period periodPrimary Primary animals were divided by great scholars into classes and grandly christened Here however the terms eventoed and oddtoed shall serve serveThe The original horses hoof was toes as Paddy vould put it a middle toe and two side toes toesThe The change of the equine pedal extremity to a imple hoof was gradual gradualThe The full roster of the hoofed quadruped family consists of horse ass zebra and qtiagga All are closely related arfcl widely separated from other ex ¬ isting mammals The royal horse alone rejoices in the adornment of a long tail and mane the others have to be content with a caudal appendage resembling a stuffed pantomime stick with a bunch f hair tied on to the end endBy By and by a toe disappeared It is supposed that it this time the animal was not much bigger than i fox Graudally it grew till in the Miocene period it was as big as a sheep In Pliocene times it had readied the size of a modern donkey Xot until the Ileiostieeno era was the horse of full horse stature with the neck limbs teeth 1ody hair hide hoofs and tail as we are familiar with it today todayThe The early subdivision of the horse was Arab Barb and Turk TurkThe The Arab was distinguished for speed docility beauty of form and gracefulness of motion motionThe The Barb fathers the modern breeds of heavy draft mil cart horses They came from the vast expanse t marsh and forest that stretched in the old days across Europe from the Rhine eastward to the Euxine Sea SeaThe The Turk was ancestor to the ponies Shetland Welsh and Norwegians Their first home seems to have been the inhospitable region which forms the source f the Ganges Indus and Brahmaputra riv ¬ ers the crest of the Himalaya range rangeClothes Clothes began in Egypt so did the horse the use thereof that is to say but there is adumbrate evi ¬ dence of th domestication of the horse before even the dawn of history historyIt It is in the highest degree foolish to suppose that any man no matter how strong courageous or agile entirely Unacquainted with equestrianism would ever succeed in catching mounting and riding a wild horse To capture an elephant or lion singlehanded without mechanical or other aid could not be a nearer impossibility It is done today granted but man gained his power by capturing foals bringing them up in captivity and thus catching on to their tricks and manners mannersCertainly Certainly one of the earliest hightone patrons of the horse was the prophet Mohammed Before his time the Arabs riches consisted of camels oxwi sheep and goats Mohammed is famous as founder a religion and the horse The diffusion of this noble annial throughout the world is undoubtedly due to man There is no trace of horse as horse anywhere before the beginning of the eighteenth century B C he is absent from Egyptan monu ¬ ments or mention till then thenCaesar Caesar makes the first reference to the English horse praising the skill with which the native es seradii handled their war chariots This early British animal was probably of the small squat shaggy puny order The Romans soon crossed their large horses with these little natives nativesWith With William the Conqueror came the Spanish stnllimi stnllimiThe The most interesting place in England is an old estate near Chester on the Liverpool road called The Raich spelling doubtful It is nearly certain that William himself used it as his residence The oddest and oldest corner is a stable made of a shallow cave with an addition of strong timbering It was here under his personal care that the pre ¬ cious Spanish stallion lived A door existed less than twenty years ago with some clumsy lettering cut in according to tradition with the Conquerors own hand handThe The Baich is zealously guarded private property which teems with the most ancient of English his torv The above has never been pHnfcd and the information only happens my way because a mem ¬ ber of my faijiily once lived next to The Baich and was privileged as an extraordinary favor to roam about the estate She discovered this stable and several other strange things thingsIt It is curious to notice that agriculture seems ti have been the last use to which the horse has been put A piece of Bnyeiix tapestry represents a horse drawing a harrow Previous to this field work had been preempted by the ox a law even existed in Wales forbidding the use of horses for plowing plowingIn In 1121 two eastern horses were imported one remaining in England the other being sent as a present to King Alexander L to the Church of Saint Andrew in Scotland The presumption is that they were Barbs from Morocco MoroccoKing King John the Magua Chnrta magnate was a horsy man he got over a hundred Flemish stal ¬ lions to improve the agricultural breeds breedsEdward Edward III is to be credited with the introduction of fifty Spanish jennets At this time the cavalry charger was practically the cart horse of today had to be to carry the ironincased warrior of the era eraWith With Richanl III came post horses and stages stagesWith With Henry VII the gelding eventuated a ne ¬ cessity for it was the custom then for many owners to range their lands indiscriminately indiscriminatelyA A statute of Henry VIII is so full of interest to lovers of our royal animal that I do not apologize for quoting it in full fullIn In the thirtysecond year of his reign this bill pertaining to the breeding of horses was passed passedFor For us much us the generation and breed of good and strong horses within this realm extcmleth not only to great help and defense of the same but also to a great commodity and profit to the inhab ¬ itants thereof which is now much decayed and di ¬ minished by reason that in forests chases moors and waste grounds within this realm nags of small stature and little value be not only suffered to pasture thereon but also to cover mares feeding there whereof coineth in manner no profit or com ¬ modity moditySection Section 2 provided Unit no entire horses above the age of two years and not being of the height of fifteen handful shall be put to graze on any common or waste hind in certain counties anyone was at liberty to seize a horse of unlawful height and those whose duties it was to measure horses but who refused to do so were to be fined forty shillings shillingsBy By section 2 all forests chases commons etc were to be driven within fifteen days of Michel mas day and all horses mares and colts not giving promise of being serviceable animals or of produc ¬ ing them were to be killed killedThe The aim of the act was to prevent the breeding of animals not calculated to produce the class of horse suited to the needs of the country countryThis This process seems worthy of imitation in vari ¬ ous quarters today todayBy By still another act after stating that the breed of good strong horses was likuly to diminish it was ordered that the owners of all parks and in ¬ closed grounds to the extent of one mile should keep two mares thirteen hands high for breeding pur ¬ poses or if the extent of the ground was four miles four mares maresNo No person was allowed to wear silk or velvet unless their husbands could afford to keep a horse all ready for war If this order was disobeyed the offender was fined ten pounds every three months History of Chester Vol AHI The king also imported horses from Turkey Na ¬ ples and Spain SpainBluff Bluff King Hal may have had rocky matrimonial notions but there was evidently nothing much the matter with him where horses were concerned concernedQueen Queen Elizabeth was devoted to horseflesh rode in state to St Pauls Cathedral on a pillion pillionIn In James Is reign came he carriage but it obtained slowly He and his judges rode in state on horseback to Westminster Hail The introduction of the carriage created a demand for a light quick horse Before that the i oiidcrous cart order of equities obtained in spite of vigorous attempts at banishment because his vogue came with chivalry the first1 epoch of the British horse The advent of gunpowder did away with heavy armor for the cavalry soldier so that at hist the call for lighter horses prevailed prevailedJames James was a thorough sportsman He gave the biggest MUfce then known nearly 3000 pounds for in Arab stallion from Constantinople This is the first authentic account of the importation of Arab bjood and forms the first entry in the famous Stud Book on such matters mattersBut But the Arab dJ4 not Hiakt U Jut more tother The Duke of Newcastle who was famous for his treatise on the horse described the importation as a small bay horse and not of excellent shape Anyway the beast neither prevailed as a race horse nor as a sire sireCharles Charles II went into breeding with great vim He sent his master of the horse abroad to acquire a number of stallions and mares They are fully entered in the venerable Stud Book as Royal Mares One foaled in England a natural Barb mare was sold by the stud master after Charles I Is death for 225 when twenty years old being in foal by the Helmsley Turk TurkAt At the end of the reign of Jamie the First the carriage quite suddenly became the fashion and of course was wildly overdone Fashion is stirciy typical of unrestraint everywhere and in everything In this instance a statute had to be passed to restrain the excessive and superfluous use of coaches coachesJames James II did little for breeding though a good horseman The great entry in the Stud Book there ¬ abouts was wasStradling Stradling Turk brought into England by the Duke of Borwick from the sicse of Build BuildConsiderable Considerable horse interest attaches itself to Wil ¬ liam IIls reign Three eastern horses appear therein to which the modern thoroughbred race horse traces back as the founder of his lineage lineageThe The first of these wiis Byeriy Turk The liiiinnl was used as a charger by Captain Byeriy iiV the Irish wars warsThe The second was known as Durley Arabian in ¬ troduced by a Mr Darley of Aldby Park Yorkshire friuu Aleppo AleppoTin Tin third was the Godolphin Arabian or Itrirlf ItrirlfAll All horses now on the turf or at the stud trace their ancestry in the direct male line to one1 or the other of these three the Ultima Thule of racing pedigree From the peu of AtlBiiraJ Runs England's Richest Handicap Stake: Kempton Park's Great Jubilee Handicap and the Weights Given the Stars Entered. ENGLANDS RICHEST HANDICAP STAKE Kempton Parks Great Jubilee Handicap and the Weights Given the Stars Entered In respect to value the Kempton Park Great Jubilee Handicap stands at the head of all English races of its kind It is a dash of a mile and a quarter and of the value of 15001 and will be run on the afternoon of May 8 Juite naturally it draws the cream of Englands handicap division Showing the high esteem in which Ixird DAhernons grand Orby marc Diadem is held she was given tin highest weight of tin fiftyone crack horses filtered Their owners trainers and weights are instructive in regard to Englands present best handicap resources Horse Age Owner Trainer AVt AVtDiadem Diadem i Lord DAbernou Lanibtou 130 130Arion Arion 5 Lord Jersey Sadler Jr 127 127Grand Grand Fleet Lord Glanely Barling 123 123Scatwell Scatwell 5 Lord Ghinelv Barling 121 121Sir Sir Douglas I Sir II Meux Persso 120 120King King John 5 Captain Giles Loder Gilpin 120 120Planet Planet li Mr G Barclay Tabor 11 11Manihirdo Manihirdo I Mr A R Cox Taylor 115 115dinette dinette 4 apt G II Davy Beatty 113 113Tin Tin Midshipmite I Lord Glanely Barling 113 113Ruideur Ruideur 5 Major McCalinont Pcrsse ll Dominion I Lord Glanely Barling 111 111Rich Rich Gift Lady Torrington Private 111 111Royal Royal Bucks 7 Lady Queeiisbcrry Sievicr 10 Tangiers 1 Sir W Nelson Nugent 107 107Cygnus Cygnus 1 Sir J Buchanan Gilpin 101 101Rizzio Rizzio 1 Lord Rosebery F Hartigan IOC IOCClarion Clarion 4 Sir G Xolilt Dewlmrst 10i 10iPerion Perion 1 Lord Peiirhyn H Sadler 10T 10TViceroy Viceroy 1 His Majestv R Marsh 10 10Alasnam Alasnam I Sir A Bailey R Day 101 101Blue Blue Dun 3 Mr F St raker Bewieke 101 101Galroy Galroy 3 Lord Lascelles Dewhurst 101 101Leandros Leandros 5 Mr A 17 Barton C Marsh Kit KitSir Sir Berkeley 5 Mr J White M Hartigau 101 101Elsinorc Elsinorc 4 Mr W M Cazalet Taylor 105 105African African Star 4 Mr T Martin Lines lot lotCorn Corn Sack I Sir E Paget Gilpin lot lotUgly Ugly Duckling li Mr A Lowry Hy Powney 101 101Old Old Bill 4 Mr A G Burney Cottrill S Dromio 4 Mrs S Whitbiini Persse 7 7Fancy Fancy Man 3 Mr F Hardy Hogg 7 7Fran Fran Webber 4 Mr II M Hartigan I F Hiirtigiin 7 7Bay Bay of Xaples I Mr F Willey Leach JHi JHiDaphne Daphne 4 Mr Sol Joel Loatcs 115 115Kings Kings Idler 4 Mr J Shepherd F Hartigan 5 5March March Along 3 by Lord Derby Lambton 5 5Ros Ros icre 5 Lord Derby Lambton I5 I5Lemonade Lemonade 3 His Majestv R Marsh l lMonteith Monteith 4 Mr R R Thorburn Cottrill tl tlFlying Flying Squadron 4 Sir E Cassel Hugh Powney I3 I3Ghiciale Ghiciale 4 Lord Derby Lambton SI3 SI3Light Light Hearted 3 Mrs 1 E Rowson Lines S3 Palestrina 4 Mr R Swanrick I Dawstin K5 Twine 3 Mr W II DIxoii Lines 3 Trespasser 4 Mr P F Heyhuiirn HeyhuiirnSiearw Hell IW Siearw ut 3 Sir II C Owen Leach 0 Be Sure 3 Mr T C Richards Dodd 84 84R Great Joy 3 His Majesty R Marsh St StI Thermegene 3 Mr J McLean I McGuigau Sl Young Theo. Cooks In Training YOUNG THEO COOKS IN TRAINING BALTIMORE Md March 23 For three years past William Garth has been specializing in home ¬ bred Tlieo Conk twoyearolds Two years back he lircught two speedy youngsters claiming that ex ¬ quisitely bred son of Ben Brush and Climax for sire in Agnes Cook and Esquimau Last summer he uncovered a veritable whirlwind of a Tlieo Cook filly in Fanny Cook which at Havre de Grace and Pimlico in April and May won five races in a row The most precocious youngsters the big Vir ¬ ginian will take to Havre de Grace which unless he changes his ninid will be his first racing place this year ire three colts and one filly which call the present head of Edward F Simins Xaiapa sttnl daddy These youngsters will be ready when they come to the races They were not so far from racing condition when they reached the Pimlico track thanks to a winters course of exercise in the open fields of the Garth farm in Virginia They have been sharpened up since their arrival at Pimlico on St Patricks Day DayThe The fastest of the Tlieo Cook colts on last falls work is a low long buy with splendid quarters great breadth over the loins and beautifully muscled limbs called Some Baby Some Babys dam was Bamhi a fast daughter of McGee Maud Goiine which raced well some years back for Amos Tnrney Some Baby outworked the fastest youngsters that trained at Benning last November He took up an exercise boy weighing 130 pounds or more and turned a quarter in quicker time than 23 seconds secondsThe The most imposing of Garths Tlieo Cooks is Gimme a big framed brown colt dam Ashes This one is already nearly 15 hands 3 inched tall and big in proportion He was i January foil Probably he will not come to hand as quickly us will Some Baby but lie lnoks as though he might stand a lot of it Smarty is a prepossessing biiy colt by Thei Cimk Canny Miss He is a brother of Smart Guy and ought to be in winning form at Havre de Grace Tidings is i comely daughter of Tlieo Cook Glad Tidings that does not have to defer to any mails filly She also should find the use of her legs quickly English Stake Dates For 1920 ENGLISH STAKE DATES FOR 1920 Lincolnshire Handicap Wednesday Liverpool Grand National Friday Queens Prize Kempton Park Monday I ancashire Handicap Steeplechase Monday MondayGreat Great Metropolitan Stakes Tuesday City and Suburban Wednesday Two Thousand Guineas Wednesday One Thousand Guineas Friday Chester Cup Wednesday Kempton Park Jubilee Handicap Saturday SaturdayManchester Manchester Cup Friday The Derbv Wcdnesdav The Oaks Friday Royal Hunt Cup Wednesday Liverpool Cup Friday Stewards Cup Goodwood Tuesday Prince Edward Handicap Saturday St Leger Stakes Wednesday Duke of York Stakes Saturday Cesarcwitch Stakes Wednesday Cambridgeshire Stkes Wednesday Liverpool Autumn Cup Friday Derby Cup Saturday Manchester November Handicap Saturday Page 3 Havana Form Chart HAVANA FORM CHART HAVANA CUBA TUESDAY MARCH 23 1920 Oriental Park One hundred and tlfth day Cuba Amer ¬ ican Jockey and Auto Club Winter Meeting of 110 days Weather cloudy temperature 70 ° Presiding Steward C T Fitz Gerald Presiding Judge AA II Shelley Starter James Milton Rac ¬ ing Secretary Mnrtiu Nathanson Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago timo 200 p in AA indicates whip S spurs I blinkers Fig ¬ ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse and wight carried Indicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 6 102 Purse 000 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt V Str Fin Jockey O H C P 7 BACCARAT T 100 3 5 I1 1 = 1 1s 11 AV Tarrell C Reynolds S S S 3 JB4 34 ROYALTY S 109 4 3 3 2 2s 2 F Wilson O Rice Rice4s S5 85 S5 35 13 4 04 32 CA FETERI A V 4 104 I 1 4s 4l 3l 3 A Try on L H Baxter 10 10 10 4 2 40377LITTLK BLSS T 100 7 2 73 7 7J 41 J Fletcher T Cheek CheekS 7 7 7 2 G5 40423 PASSIOX 7 107 17 S S S oh F Lux F Delbarrio Delbarriofil 21 3 3 G5 33 I HlfiO AIRGIK LEE r uc s 4 fil rk 4l fiJ P Lons R Setty Settyri 40431 IROCKARKK r SIS 5 S ri fi i 7 L Woods R M Roscow 4 IM 70 NAOMI AVALTON w a 107 2 fi 2 3 = 5 S AV Brown K A Cotton 12 12 12 5 21 21Time Time 25 52 120 Track heavy 2 unit licit paid Itaccarat 2770 straight 1280 place Sio show Royalty 330 place 320 show Cafeteria SSO show showequivalent equivalent IxMking odds Baccarat 12S5 to 101 straight 540 to 100 place 330 to 100 show Royalty r to 1110 jilace CO to 100 show Cafeteri 340 to 100 show showWinner Winner It g liv Meclick Army M id Iiy Yankee trained by C Reynolds bred by Mr George T Rlaekford RlaekfordWent Went to post at 233 At post 1 mi into Start good and slow AVon easily second anil third driv ¬ ing BACCARAT outran the others f run the start and easily won all the way ROYALTY could never g t to the leader and was gaining only 1 cause the winner was under restraint at the end CAFKTKRIA was hard ridden all of the last eighth L1TTU BlSS finished well AIRGIK LKK ran poorly SECOND RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 105 5 102 Purse 600 3year olds Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt i Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H 0 P J 4583 NORFLK BKLLK t 10S j 2 1 = Il Il l t K AtUinsnir K Davis fi5SrSri2roit fi5SrSri2roit40I18BARDORA 40I18BARDORA w IOC 2 2 2J 2X 2 F AVilson F N Beainer 1 1 71014 out out40l 40l 8PrNCTtjAL 100 41 3 31U 3ir 35 F Lux N K Heal 21 3 3 1 out 42101 rXCLIO TOMMIE 11011 4 4444 AV Cardan Curb Stable 10 15 15 5 out outT T nc 25 51 IC4 112 Track heavy 2 miitnels paid Norfolk Belle 040 straight no place or show nmtuels sold soldEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Norfolk Belle 221 to 100 straight straightWinner Winner Br f by Von Tromp Arcadia Ielle by Kmperor of Norfolk trained by II K Davis bred by Mr Kdward CHirian CHirianWent Went to post at 2 At post 1 minute Start good and low AVon driving second and third the same NORFOLK IKIIi took a itick lead and drew away in the early running raced in the best going ill the way and finished gamely BABDOBA began slowly but was on the inside for the entire race and almost got up to win ITNCTIAL made a wide turn when entering the stretch and was going best at tl ml mlScratched Scratched IC4S3 Major Bradley 100 415370 Sport Feeney SIS 45483 Northern Itelle 103 103Overweights Overweights lncle Tommie 3j pounds f itiQ fl THIRD RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 1055 5 102 Purse GOO 3year JL vJ TC t JL olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt ii Str Fin Jockeys O II C P 4C250 KDDIK TRANTKRwii 4 104 3 4 I1 I1 I1 1 = AV Taylor AV F Poison 322 2 45 KM 12 KING TUSCAN w 7 107 7 fi 31 31 2t C AVliite F A AVhitney fi fi fi40457LOAAKLL 5 2 1 40457LOAAKLL w 4 102 2 5 2 21 2k 3 F AVIlsor Af Carleton S S S4037BULGKR 8 3 S5 4037BULGKR wis S 105 S S1 4k 41 K Barnes If AV Coyer S5 2 2 45 25 i 457sROlTNDKL 410C 5 1 7i i 5 k T Murray H T Bangs f 5 5i 5 2 1 i oTRAxrY w s f 103 4 r 71 si su i E Atkinsn1 c Rogsess 12 12 12I0480MAG1C I0480MAG1C MIRROR vC105 1 3 V 4t 51 71 V Brown E J Albright 5 5 5 2 l 1047 1 11TNAR 1TNAR v 5 102 i 2 4k 51 7 S1 A Tryon A Gascoign i 10430 CtBA iv 3 fl 7 S 1 ft I L AVoo s AV Raymond 12 12 12Time Time 25 51 105 113 Track heavy 2 mntnels paid Kddie Tranter 710 straiglit 3SO place 320 show King Tuscan 140 place show Lowell i4 show showKiiiivtlcnt Kiiiivtlcnt bunking odds Kddie Tranter 2CO to 100 straiglit 00 to 100 place 0 to 100 Tuscan 170 to 100 place to 100 show Iowt 11 220 to 110 show showWinner Winner It g by Textile Nordlac by Caldron trained by AV Sims bred by Mr lames A AWent Vinci Vincithird Went to post at 321 At post 1 i linn e Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ing KDDIK THANTKK set tiie pace inde restraint for the lirst half then easily drew aw iv aifd won wonlinal using up KING TISCAN moved up gam ly on the outside and outstayed LOAVKLL in the linal drive IOWKLL ran well but was tiring at tie en 1 IMLGKK was crowded bark at the start lint s ived ground a all the turns and finished fast next o th inside rail railScratched Scratched KHS Small Stone 3 IMS Lady Langdrn i7 iC3l lames 107 107Ovcrweiglitsioiindcl Ovcrweiglitsioiindcl 1 pound Tranhy 1 Magic Minor FOURTH RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 105 105S S 5 102 Purse GOO 3year olds and upward Claiming Net vahic to winner 450 second 100 third 50 AAVtPPSt U i Str Fin Jockeys Owners 1 S t FICKLE FANCA w 5 10S 11 V 11 21 Sl T Murray I B Rice 1 1 1 2r 15 15I I ilia = FIRST 1ULLET w 1 W 5 4 21 3s 1 41 A Pickens A Hamel S5 S5 S5 35 13 13H517 H517 PEACEFITL STARwi t 107 7 3 7 Cl 5 V AV Taylor C Mayes 4 5 5 1 MM 74 AVI LI SOON wi 5 101 4 fi Cl 7 7 C3 AV Brown I S Baldwin C i l 2 1C 1 5 WILLIE AVOODS w 1 tin 3 7 411 5 fi 7 AV Jarrell I C Forman 12 12 12 Z 21 21Time Time 25 51 105 112 Track heavy 2 miitnels paid Iron Poy 1700 straight 7i0 place 3CO sliiiw Count Iloris 13 0 place 730 show Fickle Fancy 300 show showK K tiivalent booking odds Iron Hoy 710 to 100 straiglit 2 to 100 place SO to 100 show Count Itoris to 100 place 2C to 10 show Fickle Fancy rO to 100 si ow owAVinner AVinner Ch g by Star Shoot Partridge by Iongfelh w trained by J F Kurdcttc bred by Mr John K Madden MaddenAVent AVent to post at 344 At post 1 minute Start good an i Slow AVon handily second and third driv ¬ ing IKON ItOY was outrun to the stretch turn where h was brought wide but finished in resolute fashion and ontgaming COlNT ItOKIS at the end won goi ig away The latter tired after disposing of FICKLK FANCY and taking the lead FICKLK FANCY shewed the most early speed but tired FIKST Il LLKT quit quitScratched Scratched NMSfiMIasty Cora 10 4U8S = Maiiokin 10S 4i4rr Gilder 111 4T4S Itlanche Donalton 103 45475 AVhippoorwill 110 fll J Q FIFTH RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1820 111 0 102 Purse 700 3yearolds and Jt U TL vJ C upward Claiming Net value to winner 500 second 125 third 75 Index Horses AWtPPSt U Str Fin Jockeys 10324 KEY MAR 810713 5 5li487PHEDODICN 51 3 31 1 M MounfnAV C AVeant AVeantI 21 21 2 45 25 li487PHEDODICN 5 101 i 2 I 21 4 2 1 AV Taylor J C Mayes 344 S5 45 45C 23J LARIAT 4 i 4 3 34MK7niTSTfR 4 4 21 3 F Wilson D S Fountain C 7 7 2 fi5 4MK7niTSTfR OLARKv 4 KC 7 4 4MiI87sGOLD 71 1 il 4 E AtkinsnI AV Moore Mooreri 3 4 4 S5 45 MiI87sGOLD STONE 4 H7 r s ri i 5 = r W Jarrell J Umeiisetter I M 4 7 DAINTY LAD A 4 101 1 7 7MM20LlClvY 3 I1 I1 fi A iVyon AV Dondas DondasS 4 4 3 C5 35 35r MM20LlClvY PEARL w4 4 t7 2 C S S S 7 1 Fletcher Fletcher1 1 S Ha Baldwin Id win r 5 r r 2 1KM i KM MM72 72 = ED GARRISON w 0 100 SI 2 21 f 5 71 71 S F Lux AV Feuchter 5 5521 5521Time Time 25 50 119 Track heavy 2 mntnels paid Ivey Mar 730 straiglit 3 place 20 show Phcdoden SS70 place 520 show Lariat 401 show showK K iiivalent booking odds Key Mar 2C5 to 100 straiglit 95 to 100 place CO to 100 show Ihedoden 335 to 100 place IliO to 100 show Lariat 100 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g bv Jtryn Ma wr Itelle Acton by Itermuda trained by AV C AVeant bred by Mrs 1 W AValdcn AValdcnWent Went to post at 405 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the sjime KKY MAU worked his way up on the outside and finishing fast outstayed IllKDODKN in the linal drive IllKDODKN set the early pace and made a game linixh LA1SIAT ran veil and finished close up ItrSTKK CLAKK closed a big gap KD GAKUISON was eased up at the end DAINTY LADY tired after racing into tiie lead leadKey Key Mar 2j pounds Ihcdoden 1 Itnster Clark 5 IfJIOl SIXTH RACE 1 Mile March 23 1919 138 5 105 Purse GOO 4yearolds and dtOTbtlJfc upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 AAAtPPSt ft i Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II C P S 10284 RHYMER C10 2 I 11 2J l 11 Il AV Jarrell 1 T Ban 10 10 fi 21 G5 40307 MAXS CHOICE w H 105 4 l i 71 2i AA Brown L Baxter S 10 10 4 2 lfi85sIACK HEALEY 4 105 3 1 nk 4nt int 2 3 E Barnes 1 Everest Everest40444CLIP 40444CLIP ws 4 10 S 5 4 5 4 = 43 K AtkinsnI Crist I0205 MISS SAAEEP w 5 5107 107 I D S Gi i G G1 S1 S 5l F AAilson H AV Bo Boyer 444 S3 45 B442 = DAISY L v 4 103 C 5 2 2X 3 5 rnk 5 fi A Tryon K Denhan40442ACCLAMATION Denhan 12 12 12 5 2 240442ACCLAMATION 40442ACCLAMATION w wn s 4 105 7 7 5i 1 1i i 1i I1 7i F Lux H E Davis r 2J G5 10474 D OF SHELBY w wit t U 1W 1 S 7 = 7 7i 7 M S4 C AVhite C Bills Bills40I70FTLTXES 444 8345 834540I70FTUXES 40I70FTLTXES FAAOR I 10S 5 3 S = 82 Ci Ct it T Murray H E Swa Swan 21 3 3 G5 35 35Time Time 26 53 122 152 Track heavy 2 mntuels paid Rhymer 1890 straight 1100 place 1570 show Maxims Choice 3100 place 1040 show Jack Healey 410 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds IShymer 845 to 100 straight 4SO to 100 place 235 to 100 show Maxims Choice 145 to 100 place 720 to 100 show Jack Healey 105 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g by Salvation Ia Poeta by Honduras trained by H Shields bred by Messrs Law ¬ rence Comstock ComstockAVent AVent to post at 431 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same RHAMKR after alternating in pacemaking with ACCLAMATION hung on gamely in tile linal drive MAXIMS CHOICB closed a big gap and finished with a rush JACK 11KALKY tired in the linal drive CLIP ran well ACCLAMATION quit after racing into a good lead leadScratched Scratched I01S5 Jack Dawson 1W 4542Native Soil BIS 40353 Frank Keogh 109 40474 Planta rede 110 110Overweights Overweights Maxims Choice 1 pound English Racing Dates For 1920 ENGLISH RACING DATES FOR 1920 Meetings Dates Uaya UayaNottingham Nottingham Spring Monday March 29 2 2Kempton Kempton Park Kastcr Monday April 5 1 1Newcastle Newcastle Spring Monday April 5 2 2Newbury Newbury Spring Friday April 9 2 2Newmarket Newmarket Craven Tuesday April 13 3 3Kpsom Kpsom Spring Tuesday April 20 2 2Newmarket Newmarket First Spring Tuesday April 27 4 4Chester Chester Tuesday May 4 3 3Kempton Kempton Park Spring Friday May 7 2 2Newmarket Newmarket Second Spring Tuesday May 11 3 3Manchester Manchester AVhitsuntide AVednesday May 25 4 4Kpsom Kpsom Summer Derby and Oaks Tuesday TuesdayJune June 1 4 4Newbury Newbury Summer AAednesday June 9 2 2Ascot Ascot Tuesday June 15 4 4Newcastle Newcastle Summer Tuesday June 22 3 3Xewmarket Xewmarket First July Tuesday June 29 4 4Nottingham Nottingham July Monday July 0 2 Newmarket Second July Tuesday July 13 3 3Samlown Samlown Park Eclipse Friday July 15 2 2Liverpool Liverpool July AVednesday July 21 3 3Goodwood Goodwood Tuesday July 27 4 4Brighton Brighton August Tuesday August 3 3 3Nottingham Nottingham Summer Monday August 9 2 2Stockton Stockton Slimmer Tuesday August 17 York August Tuesday August 24 3 3Derby Derby Summer Tuesday August 31 3 3Ntwhury Ntwhury Autumn Friday September 24 2 2AVestern AVestern Ayr Wednesday September 15 3 3Doncaster Doncaster i t Lcger Tuesday September 7 4 4Newmarket Newmarket First October Tuesday September 28 4 4Nottingham Nottingham Autumn Monday October 4 i 1 1Haydock Haydock Park October AVednesday OcloJier G 1 1Kempton Kempton Park October Friday Octobers i iNewmarket Newmarket Second October Tuesday October 12 Newcastle Autumn Tuesday October 19 Sandown Park Autumn Thursday October 21 Newmarket Hoiighton Tuesday October 23 4 4Liverpool Liverpool Autumn Wednesday November 10 4 4Derby Derby November AAednesday November 17 3 3Manchester Manchester November Thursday November 25 3 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Thursday March 18 1920 Fortyfourth day Lower California Jockey Club Winter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards U J Rose L Wing J AV Coffroth Starter Harrv Morrissey Racing Secretarv AA AV Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p in Chicago timo 400 4004fi4Qpi 4fi4Qpi rtuaou Firs Hace 34 Mile Dec 20 1916 111 3 110 Purse 400 3year olds Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 05 third 35 35Equlv Equlv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straiglit 45 4t Jean K 115 1i A Morgan tlS50100 4044 Old Homesd 112 2s C Buell t 40184 Aldebaran 117 3k AV Mclntyre 200101 45441 Lazy Ben 117 4s R Ryan HOO100 HOO1004G440 4G440 Hds I AVin 10 5l G Archamblt 3710100 40440 Miss KruB 115 G AA Hinphy iOO100 40477 Candelaria 115 7 R Lowe 030100 0301004G44 4G44 Paradigm 117 S2 B Pinnegar 32CO100 40403 John L 103 S Perry t t44J2fi 44J2fi Great Hawk 100 10 G McCorkle 200100 200100tMutnel tMutnel field 2 mntnels paid Jean K field 3900 straight 2000 place 1200 show Old Homestead Held 29C place 1200 show Aldebaran 4SO show Time 25 50 118 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner J Kerns b in 5 by Helmet AVhats Left by Wadsworth trained by AA Kern bred by Mr J D Stevens StevensWent Went to post at 202 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVoii easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Great Hawk 1 pound ARAQR Second Race 5 12 Furlongs June xjxjv 2gi 1916 io5 3 118 Purse 400 3ycarolds and upward Claiming Not value to winner 300 second G5 third 35 35Kquiv Kquiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 4 427sLittle Gink 110 1 = 1 C McCorkle 1SO100 4Mi 0B A Jones 110 2 G Archamblt 150100 104503 Lady Moore 1W5 3h Perry 27SO100 40088 Bertodano 115 4 AV Manders 1290100 40404 M Frnklin 115 u T Duggan 3560100 40481 CAComkey 115 C5 AV Hinphy 720100 40407 Sant AVhito llr 7J B Pinnegar 1940100 103 1 Stilly Night 113 S R Ryan 1G50100 2 mutuels paid Lit lift Gink 500 straight 200 place 280 show 15 A Jones 300 place 240 show Lidy Moore S5SO show showTime Time 25 50 104 111 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner P Dwyers b g 7 by Tim Payne La Poeta by Honduras trained by P Dwyer bred by Lawrence Comstock ComstockAVent AVent to post at 230 At post 5 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driving 4R4Q7 Third Race 5 12 Furlongs June 28 ± U ± J I 1916 105 3 118 Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 400 second 65 third 35 35Kquiv Kquiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4477Dancg 4477Dancg Girl 113 1s D Connelly SO100 4M 3 = Miss Manage 113 2 AV Hinphy 010100 40450 Rochester 118 33 I Pinnegar S10100 40482 BeatLucillo 113 4 P Martinez 2030100 40210 Mineral Jim 115 5 = 1 R Ryan 17CO100 I0430 Laura Miller 113 IIs C Gross 1240100 1240100404r43Iim 404r43Iim Dudley 115 7 R Lowe 510100 2 mutuels paid Dancing Oirl 300 straight S300 place 200 show Miss Manage 320 place 300 show Rochester 400 show showTime Time 24 49Js 103 l095i Track fast fastAVinner AVinner J A Smiths ch f 4 by Olambala Dancing Wave by Top Gallant trained by G K PhiUips bred by Mr John 1 Neet NeetWent Went to post at 25S Ai post 3 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the 4H4QR Fourth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards ± V ± JO Feb 2 1920 14311 6 122 Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second C5 third 35 35Kqiiiv Kqiiiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40207 Aerna B Ill l t R Lowe 2M100 2M100404i2 404i2 = Patsy Mack 113 2l R Ryan 4CO100 45400 aby Sister 111 3 C Grosj r20100 10404 Dick AVinfreylOS 4 = 1 C Vuell 1720lOn 1720lOn404003Dehra 404003Dehra lOfi 5s C Duggan 10100 40300 Bunny 10U f C McCorkle rlRO 100 40333 FredaInson 10K 7r G Archainblt 12SO100 40422 Pnlaski 113 S AV Manders 440lf 2 mutuels paid Aerna I 720 straight 300 place 2SO show Patsy Mack 420 place 400 show Iabv Sister 540 show Time 24 50V4 llVs 144 149 Track fast fastWinner Winner Blackwoll A Crippens ch in 5 by Prospero Peroxide by Iuck Massie trained by G AV Crimien bred by Mr Samuel A Beckham BeckhamAVent AVent to ptst at 320 Off at once Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same 4R4QQ Fifth Race 1 Mile June 17 191C xvxutj 138 3 95 Purse 500 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Eiiuiv Eiiuiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight40400sDon 40400sDon Dodge 107 I1 C Duggan 7IM100 40405 Toy Miss 113 2 = 1 C Gross 17CC100 17CC100404522Lorena 404522Lorena Moss 103 3 AV Hinphy H100 H10040480Mim 40480Mim Thorpe llr 4 C McCorkle 120100 40452 Thirteen 111 5 P Martinex HMMOO HMMOO40400RutldArms 40400RutldArms 112 C AV Mclntyre 440103 2 mutuels paid Don Dodge KiO straight 740 place 420 show Toy Miss 1300 place S40 show Lorena Mos 400 show showTime Time 25 51 117 144 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner W AValkers b g 5 by Toddington Miss Oertel by Handsel trained by W AValker bred by Stone Uucker UuckerWent Went to post at 355 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same fiinn sixth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards sutvu Feb z 1920 143 6 122 Purse 400 4 year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 05 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AAt Fin Jockey Straight Straight40438Sarasota 40438Sarasota 111 I1 P Martinez ISOlOn 40479 AV TurnDow 113 23 F Hunt 1IO100 1IO100J0424 J0424 Mlssllcrrmn 107 3 G Arehambt C2CO100 40439 Ind Spring 107 4s AV Hinphy 540100 40400 Kenfky Boy 11 f AV Mclntyre 10100 404793GomuI 113 C D Connelly 1SO100 2 mutuels paid Sarasota 500 straight 4 0 place 340 show Walter Turnbow 720 place 8480 show Miss Herrmann S0 show Time 25 40 117 145 149 Track fast fastWinner Winner C P Irwins ch f 4 by Rapid Water Mettie liereand by Jean Itereand trained by A Kick bred by Mr G AV J Hissell HissellAVent AVent to post at 423 Off at once Start good and slow AVon handily second and third driving drivingOverweight Overweight Indian Spring 1 pound Note On account of excessive scratching seventh ace was declared off Nevada Stock Farm Promising Foals NEVADA STOCK HARM PROMISING FOALS 11KXO Nev Mareh 23 George AViugfield is having the best of luck this spring with his Nevada Stock Farm mares lp to March 12 fourteen mares had foaled to the English stallions Atheling a son of Desmond and Honeywood a son of Poly mclus nine of the babies being colts and five being fillies To Atheling a seventeen hands stallion Lady Trinity by Star Shoot foaled a filly Anna May by King Krie a filly Lady Aera by AAools thorpe a colt Schwalbe by Sain a colt Thrifty by Ogden a filly Island Queen by Dick AVelles u colt AAhims by Ogden a filly Celesta by Semproniiis a colt and Ida by Peep oDay a colt To Honeywood Out of Bells by Leonid foaled a colt Geheimniss by Sain a colt Jeanne dArc by Ben Stromc a colt Kuvy by Kenilworth a filly and Scarlet Oaks by Dick AVelles u colt Ihighteen mares are yet to foal foalSchwalbes Schwalbes olt is a half brother to the speedy Slippery Kim Island Queen and Scarlet Oaks both of which have foaled colts the former to Atheling the latter to Honeywood are sisters of Billy Kelly Athelings scions are bigboned robust youngsters and they seem to thrive in the atmos ¬ phere of their present home General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY DAYGeneral General Weather Forecast Rains will occur over the greater portion of this forecast district from AAisconsin and Illinois westward to the Rockies during the next twentyfour to thirtysix hours except that in the northwest the precipitation will probably turn to snow High temperatures will continue in the middle states but followed by cooler AVeduesday west of the upper Mississippi MississippiPresident President AAilson yesterday withdrew government control of the price of bituminous coal so that the 27 pen cent wage advance for miners recom ¬ mended by tin majority of the coal strike settle ¬ ment commission may be absorbed In the price the consumer will pay after April 1 The com ¬ mission estimated this wage advance nt 200000000 a year At the same time the President made public the majority and minority reports of the commission and wrote the operators and miners asking that they reach an agreement on the basis of the majority report alone as speedily as pos ¬ sible so that tlw uncertainty regarding the fuel situation might be removed I am aware said the President that at present as a result of tin shortage created by the coal strike and of the con ¬ sequent interference with transportation and as a result also of the exceptionally unfavorable winter the demand for coal continues active I desire to impress upon the coal operators the extreme im ¬ portance not only of their complying to the fullest extent with the laws againsc combinations in re ¬ straint of trade and against profiteering but also of their exerting themselves affirmatively to pre ¬ vent exacting of unreasonable prices for coal I am sure the public fully appreciates the desir ¬ ability where practicable of leaving commercial transactions untrammclcd but at the same time I am satisfied the public will find ways to protect it elf if such liberal policy shall appear to result in unreasonably high prices The President wrote the operators and miners that it was essential to the public welfare that tin agreements be con ¬ cluded at the earliest date practicable so that the uncertainty as to the fuel supply may be ended and that the consumers may be able to make contracts for their coal supply supplyThe The whole western industrial district of Ger ¬ many is held solidly by radicals and disaster is inevitable if the government troops try to interfere there according to information received at Copen ¬ hagen from Berlin yesterday by telephone to the Berlingske Tidende The Social Dcmokratcn learns that a purely workers government is on he point of formation without cooperation with the bonr goise parties A Leipzig telegram received last night says that fighting at Halle and in the neigh ¬ borhood of that place continues with undiminislied violence both the troops and the workers forces using artillery Hallo has been completely cut off from the outside world A dispatch to the Berlingske Tidende from Berlin says the communist army in Westphalia aggregates fully 10000 men who are equipped with mine throwers armored cars and machine guns The army is being con ¬ stantly reenforced It already holds about a dozen towns Strikes in Leipzig and Breslan have ended and postal and railway services are being resumed in both cities which are quiet according to ad viit s received last night AVork was resumed in the shipyards at Hamburg according to dis ¬ patches and a telegram from Kiel says that work ¬ men then have decided to resume their pots in the most essential public services servicesThe The petition of the Peoples Gas Light and Coke Company for a continuation of the present rates was granted yesterday by the state public util ¬ ities commission In the order issued by the com ¬ mission the present rate of Sli cents per thousand cnbie feet is to remain in effect until December 1 1920 unless otherwise ordered Tin rate was to have expired March 31 The petition was filed March 1 previous to the recent increase in wages granted by the company Officials of the gas com ¬ pany have intimated that u petition asking further increase in the price of gas may be made to thr commission in view of the added expenditure necessitated by the wage increase The present gas rale went into effect August 1 HUSK Tin rate was at that time raised from 70 cents per thousand cubic feet to 85 cents The increase was only temporary by the terms of the order and was granted largely because of increased costs of operations during the war At the same time the utilities commission started further investigation of the operations of the company The order was issued after an exhaustive examination of tin finances of the concern concernA A reduction in the fares on local elevated trains is a possibility according to Walter A Shaw a member of the public utilities commission Mr Shaw admitted yesterday that the commission has under advisement a ruling whereby I he present congestion on express trains will be materially lessened At present service on express trains is greatly impeded by the enormous traffic By the reduction of the fares on local trains an incentive would be given the patrons of the elevated roads to ride ill them A delegation representing the North Clark Street Business Mens Association is responsible for the suggestion which led to the commissions taking the reduction under advise ¬ ment The matter was at first only considered as between Belmont avenue and the loop but Special Assistant Corporation Counsel Cleveland said that if any ruling was made it would un ¬ doubtedly include reduction of fares on all local trains trainsThe The situation in Berlin is extremely confused at present according to advices to the French for ¬ eign office yesterday There i apparently a con ¬ flict between the military and the civilian members of the government General von Seecht the com ¬ mander of the government forces favors prompt and energetic action against the Spartacans in the Ruhr Aalley while the civilian members of the government are still seeking to assuage the trouble by compromise The foreign office dispatches re reniirt niirt novcrn it troops in possession of Ieipxig Ieipxigbut but that Halle is likely to bo captured by red Actual hunger may face a large proportion of the American people if Congress does not do some ¬ thing to readjust agricultural conditions in this country Senator Capper Republican of Kansas declared in the Senate yesterday afternoon in dis ¬ cussing the pending agriculture appropriations bill A landslide of farm labor to the industrial centers is threatening a growing food shortage which unless checked will render the farmers powerless to supply the food demands of the na ¬ tion Capper warned warnedThe The officers reserve corps and regular army re ¬ serve will not be called for training this year the War Department announced yesteday but indi ¬ vidual officers or reservists may take training voluntarily Department commanders were author ¬ ized to assign inactive reserve officers at their request but without pay to regular army organi ¬ zations for target practice practiceAllen Allen K Barker president of the United Brothcr liood of Maintenance of AVay Kmployes has re iignid according to advices reaching labor head piarters at AVashington It is understood that Bar ¬ ker resigned because charges were made against his landling of the recently threatened strike of his irganization irganizationBainbridge Bainbridge Colby was sworn in yesterday as Sec ¬ retary of State succeeding Robert Lansing who resigned six weeks ago There was no ceremony The oath of office was administered in the pres nce of 1ndersecretary Polk who has been in charge of the department since Mr Lansing retired retiredThe The general wage scale committee of the United Mine AVorkers yesterday adopted a resolution de ¬ claring against a walkout of anthracite miners on pril L pending negotiations for a new scale The resolution was passed with the proviso that the lew scale would be made retroactive from April L LA A dispatch to the Philadelphia Kvening Bulletin from Dover Del where the legislature met in pecial session Monday says ratification of the suffrage amendment by Delaware seems doomed inless something unexpected develops to influence nembers now apparently against such action actionThe The dead American soldiers are to be returned nun France as rapidly as their bodies can he cached in the course of operations of the Ameri an graves registration service according to a able received yesterday from Ambassador AVnllacu it Paris Jailer ParisJailer AVill T Davies died suddenly at the dichael Reese Hospital at 210 yesterday afternoon le hail been taken to the hospital from his home 102 Oakwoods boulevard at noon noonThe The Interstate Commerce Commission has granted he Pullman Company permission to file a petition or an increase of twenty per cent in Pullman car ates atesPresident President Wilson issued an executive order yester lay suspending on April 1 ail rules and regulations efative to the price of bituminous coal Page 4 Havana Entries and Past Performances for Wednesday, March 24. Havana Entries and Past Performances for Wednesday March 24 WEATHER CLOUDY TRACK HEAVY The figures under the heading Rec in the I entries belovy show tho host timo of each horse j at tho distance since January 1 1917 no matter j whotp it finished In Ceases where record was made on other than a fast4 or good track bhrcviations show track conditions j Racing starts at 240 p m Chicago time 210 Superior mud runner X Good mud runner Fair mud runner SI Slaideus Apprentice Apprenticeallowance allowance allowanceFirst First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 8 1920 111 5 102 Todays TodaysInd Ind Horse AVt Rec AWtHan AWtHan4lilS3 4lilS3 Sherry SI 3 88x72 88x7241MI59 41MI59 Flying Dart 101 11 r 105X720 UMtHI Vain Chick M 92 115 3 97X715 115129 Golden Ked M T 10S7ir 10S7ir4154H23 4154H23 Drer Fox SI 105 113 4 110 7lr 7lr4ft 4ft 18 1 Sea Deacli 118 113 7 irX71 irX714ft 4ft it AVild Thyme 110 114H 5 111 710 Ifcltb Jtounie Dird M Kjr 11 3 9700 415131 K Lester SI 107 115 3 90 701 UiarX Frank Keogh 113 114 3 113700 113700Second Second Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 8 1920 111 5 102 40170 Ambassador III 101 1 12h 4 103X72 115470 Tl i Smil M 10SX720 Mi 189 Kickaroe M 97X713 KJiTT3 Tvcnty Seven 108 113 5 111171 45432 FJ sh of Steel 110 113 5 10SX710 RMOTS HazHimt 101 114 i lllX7r 45470 len Putler SI 110 117 4 10VX700 151M Xinnia 101 115 5 111X700 111X700Third Third Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 24 1917 103 i 102 1024U2i 4U2i b Dars and Stars 108107 8111X725 Todays Ind Horse AVt lec AAVtllan Mrascuelo IK 107 C 104X720 Littlo Xcphcw XcphcwDianca lOij l0ii 101 X 711 Dianca 100 107 4 90X710 40491 = King Tuscan 111 10 7 103X710 45421 AVhite Crown 114 1081 5 104X705 4U923 Fickle Fancy 110 107 5 104X705 45 1UU Peaceful Star 110 107 7 105X705 Fourth Race 1 Mile and 50 Yards YardsDerby Derby Trial Trial3ycaroIds 3ycaroIds Allowances Track record Slarch li 1518 454Hi2 MLLE DAZIE H l41f l 4 99 Dlack Tdiice 102 143 1 ICiJS Ruby 1 454 15 Orleans Girl 45310 Mighty Lever M MFifth Fifth Race 1 Mile and 20 Yards 3yearolds and up vard Claiming Track record Feb 11 11415474s 1918 139 8 10 10It 415474s Lcoma It 105X725 454C9j Slay Craig 3 815X720 KV183 Slajor Uradley 3 9SX713 MM47 Silver Sandals 103 143 101X713 45 7i Cork 103 142 3 103X713 41594 Duke of Shelby 111 142 9 10SX713 45 7 IIigli Tide 103 142 8 103X710 4C SS SIaimkin 101 141 f 5 113X710 45 74 Chansomiett II 4 971705 45 29 ° Xativi Soil 111 134h 1 102 700 U5491 Lnac 95 145 if 3 10SX700 Sixth Race 1 11G Hiles arolds and upward Claiming Track record Feb 1918 1 44 V 92 45484 llands Off Ill 147 f 7 10SX7 41M21 odiac 104U47 108X71 108X71i Mi73 Key Kiinis 109 148 i 108X71 ir173 Tins Talker OS 145 4 104171 N54SS Fairly 103 147 105071 4KVSO AVoodtliriish 102 145 10SX71 10SX71i 45494 iiiymer 10U 147 i 10SX7 Havana Jockey Percentages. IIAVAXA JOCKKY IBUCIOIVTAGKS From January 1 l li lo aiarclt IT lU O Inclusive At or Over AVt Mts Crooks AV Carmody J Dretlin X Murray T 10S Oi5 Oi5lots 1ickens A lots 3 3KW Oliiavotta F KW lill Koderis 1 105 IS Jiarnes K 103 143 Witsuii F 100 uJ Carncr II 102 200 Lux l KS 105 Kator K 103 1 3 JtiMwn AV 103 15U Mangan 101 SO Gargan AV 110 215 Finlcy A 105 142 142J Woods L J 5 132 132H lltint F H 122 Jarrell AV 112 117 Fletcher J 03 78 Conway J 105 S3 S3Kl5 SUCrann 11 Kl5 254 Connors 7 111 153 Trvon A 1IO 123 Dauer 1 112 35 Mountain M 110 201 At or Over OverIC Jockey IC AVt Mts 1st Ilileman K OS 110 Kiit 14 Huffier 1 OS 3 55 5 Collins A 07 108 402 32 Corey t 07 105 291 r AVingfield li 07 112 110 Dawson J 07 107 322 S Telia Iver T 07 1015 4i 3 Itoyd II 07 102 14 1 Atkinson K 05 103 157 10 iall II 05 105 175 Taylor AV 05 104 100 5 Miller C 05 105 ii DC Mayo K larrigan C Long I White C 1ciz 1 Krcger A Jt 41 41J5 Franklin 1 J5 21 Anderson M 101 C4 Hirst C 101 11 Watson C 110 14 Collins X 100 12 Jarcia A 105 r rIIS 1etorson II IIS 5 Schlessinger M The small figure under Str shows the distance tho horse was ahead of that next in tha race The small figure undsr Fin unless tha horse won shoxvs the number of lengths the horse was behind the winner Weight to bo carried appear at top of column of weight in previous races The M after the horses name mesas Maiden First Race [1st Havana] FIRST RACE 31 Mile 3yearolds and upward Claiming Jan S 1020 111 5 102 In6 r Course Dlst TlmeTckOdd Wt St H 5 Btr Tin Jockeys Started Order of Ilnlil SHERRY b f 3 M 83 By Sweep Ethelda by Ethelbert Trainer J T Ireland Owner J T Ireland 151X3 Hav ina 5 f l12rhvy s ts 3 3 1 S1 S AV Jarrell 10 XDelle PLHeathir SIFitzliugh SIFitzliughG 45 G Hav ma G f l07fast S M 3 G G O1 0 1 T Hunt 9 Clip Sophie K Lillian G 458G3 Hav ina 5 f 06faHt G 99 7 7 8 S S1J F Slerimee 8 ULOwen Dunice Dolla AVilfer IGSS Ha vina 1 lSfcsow SG 1011 G 7 7 78 7 J Carmody 8 Hainan Vain Chick Dabylonian DabylonianG 4rGIO Ha vina G fl09 slow G 104 1 22 2k CJ F Kederis 11 Dhvlnmes PHeather Dyloiiu 45G14 Hai ina 5 f 112 hvy G 102 4 1 2 23 2 F Slerimee I Punctual Leenrack Superior 45G25 Ha vina 4 l14fast G 99 7 G G G3 6U J Carmody S Lit One Dir James Incinerator 1G1SG Hav ma 5 f l07fast 3J 110 2 2 G 0s 7 2 J Kederis 9 FirstConsul LucieSlay VirgLce 4G10G Hav ina 5 f 1OS fast 85 110 2 11 l t 21 W Crump 7 Fastep Donatello Sea Prince FLYING DART b m 5 i By Sain Dartlc bv licndal Trainer C R Smith Owner Havana Gl f 1 10sop 3 3ii7 ft 13 V IMS Miy Craig Virile lw Hizelnut Hizelnutt ii7 Havana 51 f 1 07fcfast 20 t y = lux AVill Woods rrulcr TwKeven JKIHIO Havana 51 f l07fast 12 1 14562S 915 M Mountn l Clip Sopliie K Lillian C 4562S Havana Gl f l10ihvy G S SS M MounfnlG Iron loy Clip 1 C Girl 453 6 Havana 51 f 108 fast 20 SJ 9J Kopmnll Lady Ivan The Snob Clip 45113 Havana 34 l18 slov G gs 75 jf Mountn 7 Quin Count ISoris Native Soil 4r03 Havana 51 f lOSjood 10 74 713 SI Slountn 8 AVCrowii Countloris TheoFair 418SO Havana 34 l14ifast 20 J 11 II15 n Davies 11 Fascinating DnkeUuff LMack 41750 Havana 51 f l07fast 20 3 8 Sl R Davies S Cnscriptioii MAAright liillyJoe VAIN CHICK b f 3 M MTrainer By Rock View Princess Pat by Stalwart Trainer J S Baldwin Owner Owner4C4IX S Baldwin 4C4IX Ha ana f f ItlO slop r MS G 7 1 V Tarn11 May Craig Airgie Lee Hazclntit 5G37G Ha ana 51 f lOS ffast G 01 G S 1 Carmody S Sea Prince Donatello Virgie Lee LeeSSi KOt Ha ana 1 11G l47fast 15 15Ha SSi 3122 S Sl r Lung I Cork Itoyalty Itoyat Ha ana 51 f lasVbfast 7 01 788 = 7 J AV Jarrell MaryFitzhugli AirgLee Mineral I Ha ana 34115 fast 12 124580G J 10 10 10 Ct 533 T Fletcher 10 Gilder l r Kasy Small Stone StoneMl 4580G Ha ana 51 f l07fast S S45GSS Ml S S 9 S5 S1 J Fletcher l Clip Sophie K Lillian 5 5Io 45GSS la ana 31 ins slow I Io S 5 2 23 2J T Hunt S Hainan labylonian May Craig GOLDEN RED ch h 5 M 108 108Trainer By Peep oDay Kate D by Cesarion Trainer J T Mooro Owner J J Mcoro Havana 34 llG fast 7G 1 9 7 4 42 2 21 5 F AVilson S 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34 l12fast 6 110 8 10 10 91 1013 T Slurray 10 DaintyLady El Coronel Noyniui NoyniuiBy SEA BEACH b e 1 1Trainer By Marta Santa Sea Spray by Star Shoot Trainer J G Kurt Owner Press PressG 4G4S4 Havana Gl f lUhvy 10 G 4 45 4IS Cap I UAa 8 Frascuolo Slanganese Shasta 4G4IK Havana 1 142 fast 7 74GU19 2 3 3 r 711 F Hunt 8 Lackrose Rockarte Drer Fox 4GU19 Havana 31 lGgood S 3 2 31 G5 SI SlountnlO TCleamer PJewel II Cora CoraG 4G19S Havana 34 l17slow 55 G 4 4 3U E Fator 8 SmallStone TheSnob DenDutler DenDutlerG 4K15S Havana 51 f l S fast 5 G G G1 4i E Falor 12 Sayeth Drer Fox Grasmere 4G029 Havana 5J f l07fast 25 10 11 11 10Il C Hirst 11 Top Rung Jill Delia AVilfer 4rC4C Havana Im50y l45slovv 10 3 3 5 GJ S = 2 W Jarrell 8 Hope Parable Yenghee 45451 Havana ImaOy 144 fast 4 344 Gl G5 E Atkinsn S Tranby Stelcliff War Tax 45419 Havana 5J f l075fast 3i 8 8 9s 9i C Hirst 11 Daisy L Dagdadine Sophie K WILD THYME b m 6 111 111Trainer By Ben Trovato Belle of Ormonde by Orsini OrsiniS Trainer H Shields 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Havan i E f lUSfast 4 112 1 14G050 2 3 i A Collins S Huuice Hasty Cora Jtaby Honda 4G050 Havana 34 113 fast 8 111 3 Gi 7 ° J T Murray 9 Presumption Encore Kilkenny MAY CRAIG ch f 3 8G By ByTrainer Master Robert False Sight by Deceiver DeceiverF Trainer H E Davis Owner H E Davis 404C Hava la Di f l10slup r u G 7 2i i iUS F Hunt 9 Virgie Loo Ilazeluiit VainChick VainChickL 50118 Hava la 34 1 ifast 15 154G15S US 7 7 C Ct 7 L AVoods Itarilora Little One Incinerator 4G15S Hava la 5i f lOSfast 31 3145S2J J7 11 11 11 11 = 10 10SS I Woods 1U Snyoth Hrer Fox Grasmere GrasmereT 45S2J Havana 34 113 fast S SS Left at the post postH T Hunt 10 Key Ennis Litliolick Itoyat 45781 Hav na 34 l13fast 7 7456S8 H S 7 5J 7 I L Woods 11 Leoma Apple Iick Lillian G 456S8 Hav na 34 llS4 llS4slow slow 8 845TUS 103 3 344 4 4SG i W Taylor 8 Haman Vain Chick Habyloninn 45TUS Havj na 1 l43V slop G SG 4 3 3 3 3 ° 3 L Woods 7 PrettylSaby MissSweep StelclifT StelclifTF 45512 Hav na 34113 fast 3 100 4 3 3 2 2 210G F Mcrimec 5 Hiiniltrude Snow Hill TopHung 45 ISC Havana 5J f l077fast 15 15MAJOR 10G 9 9 9 S5 S F Merimee 9 FirstConsul LticieMay VirgLee MAJOR BRADLEY b c 3 By Hessian Fulfill by Plaudit PlauditJ Trainer J J Holtman Owner J J OMallcy 4GIS1 Ha ana 10 S 7i 5i F Lux 10 XPclle IMIoather MFitshiiKh MFitshiiKhG 4G11S Ha ana G 7 7 G13 K Atkinsn it ISardora Little One Incinerator 5G09 Ha ana 1 1 lOTsfast 7 W W5i 33 3 4s 31 F Lux 7 Her Lerch SeaPrince PolarCub 45972 Ha ana 5i f l10slow S 101 7 G 4 37 15 DeMayo 9 XorlSelle LucieMay ColLillard ColLillardS 4C729 Ha ana 34 l13s fast 5 112 S S S10 710 F Merimee 9 Hush Perfect Lady H Pardner PardnerC 45590 Ha ana 34 l17slop 2J ICiO C 4 S 1J F M erimeelO Apple Jack Quin DirectorJames 4552G Havana 34 114 fast 3i 101 566 = 53J L Woods S First Consul Superior Lenora P SILVER SANDALS b m 6 101 101Trainer By Ogdcn Lyndall by Lconatus Trainer V J Daly Owner A Lczama Lczama4G147 4G147 Havana 1 11G IrlVfast 12 777 7774GI01 7 7 0JJ W larrell 7 High dear Monomoy 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SM P Long S IlandsOff TokMarcli Manokin 4G01 Havana 1 11G l47 l47ifast ifast 3J 109 705 7054G231 5 4l 1 F AVilson 9 Royalty Itoyat Red AVilliam 4G231 Havana 1 11G 14S fast 4 10G C 7 5 54fclS2 4 7l 7J J CarmodylO SlipSilver IteyKimis El Coronel 4fclS2 Havana 1 11G l17fast S 302 S S S S4G125 7 S1 7J A Kreger 9 Kilkenny Miss Sweep Lilholick 4G125 Havana 1 11G l47fast 10 10S 2 5 4 44G053 3 = 3 G Mangarll Duke ofShelby Hoyalty MudSill 4G053 Havana 1 11G 147 fast 12 109 7 9 9 945S75 9 9l 7 ° G ManganlO AVar Tax Royalty Mud Sill 45S75 Havana 1 150 hvy 12 10S 2 4 4 5 5 k 510 A Tryon Parable Zinnia Litliolick S S S15 J Hoffler S Legacy Parable Itoyalty 45750 Havana 34 l13fast 20 105 G S 9 9 75J J Hoffler 9 Frascuelo Lackrosc Legacy 41931 Havana ImSOy l437fast 20 107 2 8 8 8DUKE S 7 510 AV Gargan 8 Jack Snipe J Schas TJHogan TJHoganBy DUKE OF SHELBY blk g 9 108 108Trainer By Stalwart Piseco by Potomac Trainer C Ko rnfir Ownsr C Bills BillsSOIK SOIK Havana 1 152 hyy 4 114 177 1774G474 7 9 S v r AVhit 9 Ithyiner MaximsCce Illtiaicy 4G474 Havana 1 11G l53slop 4 114 7 r 2 C AVhite 9 WillSoon Lcoma Clisonnettell 4M01 Havana Im50y l43 fast 7 114 993 9934G2SI 2 i 4 3 C AVhite 9 AVar Tax Guide Post Cork 4G2SI Havana 1 11G 148 fast 3i 10U S 4 S 3 4 3 A Tryon S KeyKniiis SSandals llandllalf G1G3 Havana Im50y 144 fast S 107 2 7 5 3 A Tryon 8 Parable AVar Tax Snow Queen 4G2U Ilavana 1 11G 14S fast S 111 9 7 3 3U C3 A Collins 10 SlipSilver IteyKimis El Corouel 4C125 Havana 1 11G l471 fast 10 113 711 1 I 1 = AVhite 11 Royalty Cork Mud Sill 43U7C Havana 1 IMuislow C 112 G C 7 7 74rS 75 77 J G Petz 8 Yoiishec Royalty Eginont 4rS J Havana ImMy l4Ifast Jl 113 7 7 7 7 74rS14 G3 3J M Schlesr 7 ClisonucttcIL OMaid Rockaree 4rS14 Havana ImSOy l43fast S 111 S S 7 7 7HIGH 71 7 M Schlesr 8 Legacy Parable Royalty HIGH TIDE b g B 103 103Trainer By Saadringliam La Primcra by Joe Hooker HookerSir Trainer W Brown Owner H W Boycr IG474 Havana 1 11G lr slop 10 lo I 5 Sir Su E Atkinsn 9 AVill Souii Lconni I of Shelby 40101 Havana InioOy l43ifast 13 11 7 C C 5 54CHi 5fc 75 K Atkinsn 9 War Tax Guide Post Cork 4CHi Havana 1 18 l Tfifast 107 1 1 3 G G4f if G Corey 9 FHoinc DWilliams Wdtlirusli 4f Si Havana IniHOy l43 fast 10 311 7777 7i 7 W Crump 8 TokMrch Mnokin Misericonie 45572 Ha ana Im20y l41fast 10 114 G 7 7 8 S S AV Crump S ThornlUooiii AVAVard VounFa 45514 Havana 1 141 fast 10 111 G G451S3 7 7 7 ° AV Crump 7 Manokin CandleLight VAAard 451S3 Havana 1 11G l19 fast 2 112 4 44oyO 4 l i I3 W Crump 8 liurlingame Lamp Post Sayeth 4oyO Havana 1 11G 151 slow 6 112 5 7 Gi 4 J AV Crump 8 Xodiac DufSholliy Uick ISenson ISensona 45011 Havana 118153 fast 8 109 7 a Si 4TJ W Crump 7 Huck Nail Fly Home SolidKock 44901 Havana 1 11G l51slow 12 107 7 7 7 G G3 G1 AV Taylor 7 ISuck Nail Ellison Guide Post MANOKIN b h 6 By Rapid AVater Little Buttercup by Kingston Trainer D S Fountain Owner D S Fountain 4Gtxs Havana IniuOy 150 hvy 10G 43 4 3 3i K Barnes 9 Littlecote Purl inline Drusill 4G1G1 Havana 1 11G l4Gfast 4 132 3 I 4 5 G1 i F Cliiavta 8 War Tax kilhim Great Gull 4GCGS Havana 1 l OHifast 5 JOT 533 5334P2S1 4 3 3 A Tryon S IlandsOff TMarch TheTalker 4P2S1 Havana 34 l143fast 2 111 2 5 G Ci 43 A Pickens S A Middieton T 1 Hogan Rora 40202 Ilavana IrnSOy 147 slow G5 lit 1 1 1 1 3J y F Hunt r Jtiunca NidMIleybrisht Ralphs 4C1G1 Havana Im50y 143 fast 4i 2 F Hunt 9 Paladin The Talker Dione 45910 Havana 1 110 fast 3 112 5 4 4 4 4l 2 E Barnes 7 Hands Off Legacy Pretty Iaby 45834 Havana ImSOy l43ifast 45 112 4 2 2 1 2J 2U G Mangan S TokMarcli Mricorde UandsOft 45544 Havana 1 141 fast 85 109 744 3 I3 I1 G Mangan 7 Can Light AVAVard MMagueto CHANSONNETTE II b f 4 97 97Trainer By Hessian Irish Song by Longstrect Trainer H Shields Owner H T Bangs 4G174 Ha na 1 11G l33 slop 103 3 5 1 1 43 4s F Hunt 9 AVill Soon Leoma 1 of Shelby 1G101 Ha j na Im50y l43fast 7 303 S S4C2G5 5 7 S 9 S AV Jarrell 9 AVar Tax Guide Post Cork 4C2G5 Ha na ImSOy 114 fast 4 IOC G G4G1C1 444 4 5 = T Murray S Parable War Tax I of Shelby 4G1C1 Ha na ImSOy 143 fast G 10 1 1 14GOOO 34 u 8 G5 1 Carmody 9 ISaladiu Manokin The Talker 4GOOO Ha na 34113 fast 10 309 S 9 8 8s S8 A Collins 9 Presumption Encore Kilkenny 45853 Ha ana Im50y l41 fast 2J 108 o o457G3 23 1 I1 1 A Collins 7 Our Maid Rotkaree Mud Sill 457G3 Ha ana 34 lMVsfast G 104 9 9 7 81 CS A Collins 11 Lady Ivan Old Evlers Houiam 45291 Ha ana 1 l39 tfast 15 101 3 7 G 7 7 C J C White 7 Zoie Ilyrne Lariat 44992 Havana 34 l137sfast 4 99 10 10NATIVE 9 7 6 4 G Archbtll Allah Red The G learner NATIVE SOIL b c 4 102 By Cameron Earth by Esher Trainer C E St Clair Owner C E St Clair 4GI29 Havani 31 l15V5tast 3 IOU G G G 4 k l F Cliiavta S Vada Helle Passion X AValton AValton1G 40353 Ha van i 1 11G 1G lrilgood 8 107 f G G 7 TJ f AV larrell 7 GuidePost For Favor Royalty 41255 Havan i 34 4 lllfast 12 loy 1 u fi i 2 J Fletcher S Jutland AViUioUoods XAValton 40219 Havan i 34115 34 115 fast 7 109 S ii4C15S 4 41 3 = J A Tryon 9 Ilomam XaomiAValton Cafeteria 4C15S Havana 5J f lOSfast S 113 5 u 77 10 11 = T Murray 1 Sayeth Hrer Fox Grasmere 45851 Havan i 34 liV liVfast fast 30 113 i i457G3 ii S II S S1 C AVhite 10 LanraMiller Topltung SophieK 457G3 Ha van i 34 l14 l14fast fast 25 10G 10 10UNAR 11 11 11 10 C AVhite 11 Lady Ivan Old Eylers Uomam UNAR cli g 5 106 By McGce Royal Una by Prince Royal Trainer H A Cotton Owner A Gascoignc ttSfll Havana 4 G 7 8i A Tryon 9 Id Tranter K Tuscan Lowell 4G471 Havan 5i f 130 slop G 244 I12 A Tryon GoIdenCliance HelenAtkin Quiu 4L9a5 Havana Im50y l41 iast 109 4 2 4 5 G 71S K Atkinsn 7 Haladiii Ralph S Mildred 45S34 Havana Im50y li ifast S 109 G 4 4 0 G1 GJ J Carmody S TokMrch Mnokin Misericorde 4572S Havana 31 114 fast 8 105 7 9 S S1 7 T Hunt 9 Assmption Galaway MMatilsby 45G33 Havana ImSOy l4SV3hvy S 10S 4 7 10 7 G = o B Atklnsnll John AV Klein At Muir Fairly 45289 Havana 34 113 fast 15 3 4 G GI J Carmody 7 Walter Mack John Jr Rora 45147 Havana 31 llGslow 3i 10S 5 556 0I L AVoods 5 Yorkville Iierrot AbasdorlH Sixth Race [6th Havana] SIXTH RACE 1 11G Miles 4ycarolds and upward Claiming Feb 3 1918 144 3 92 HANDS OFF b g 7 108 108Trainer By Plaudit Meddling Mary by Meddler Trainer J Armstrong Owner J Carvallo Carvallo4G4S1 4G4S1 Ha ana 3J f lilSTjhvy 2 14 1 S 7 74GI75 7 = fi1 Lt HSards 8 Frascuelo Manganese Shasta 4GI75 Ha ana 1 l45slop 2i 101 2 3 3 3 34G3GS jut i K Atkinsn 7 TTalker G Russell RKnnis 4G3GS Ha ana 1 lllOifast 2i 101 2 1 1 1 14G225 I1 1 F Chlavta S TokMarcli Manokin TheTalker 4G225 Ha ana ImMy l43ifast G 100 3 2 2 1 14G129 n 3 = II Garner 9 G Russell AttyMuir Kilkenny 4G129 Ha aan ImSOy 143 fast 7 10G 2 4 4 G G4G122 4 G H Garner 8 Corydon Huck Nail Chillum 4G122 Havana 1 140 fast f 109 3 1 1 1 ink 5 H Garner 8 GordIttissell Pretty Baby Dione 45910 Havana 1 140 fast 8 111 4 2 2 2 2J I II Garner 7 Legacy PrettyHaby AttorMuir 45S34 Havana ImSOy IMSif ast 3 lit 3 1 1 2 24S733 3J 4 3 AV Taylor S TokMrch Mnokin Misericorde 4S733 Havana ImSOy l431ifast 8 114 2 2 2 2 2ZODIAC 2J 2J AV Taylor S AVnnewood Plantarede Ralphs ZODIAC cb g 9 108 108Trainer By Star Shoot Lady Vincent by St Blaise Trainer B E Graham Owner B E Graham Graham4fi4ll 4fi4ll Havana ImaOy l43fast 3i JOS 2 G G G G4KIG7 Suk nk y Brown S Ilarlock Xoie The Gleamer 4KIG7 Havana 1 l11fast 5 101 1 3 3 2 I1 1 AV Brown 9 TimJHogaii Xoie Hurlingamc 46223 Ilavana ImSOy l43fast 32 JiH 444 G G4G122 Cnk 5 w Jarrcll S G Russell AttyMuir Hands Off 4G122 Havana 1 140 fast 12 10 S S S 8 845U77 S S8 AV Brown 8 GorRussell Pretty Haby JMonc 45U77 Havana ImSOy l4S5slow 5 lot 4 4 G 4 3 3 2 AV Brown 5 Lucky Pearl AtMuir HusClark 1W37 Havana 1 11G l4Sy5fast S 1D1 2 2 U 3 34W10 4 k 5 3 AV Brown 8 AVoodthrush DWilliams CDay 4W10 Havana 1 140 fast C 101 7 G C C CKEY G ° GrJ AV Brown 7 llandsOff Legacy PrettyHaby KEY ENNIS b g 6 108 108Trainer By Roy Hindoo Katliorine Ennis by Bonnie Joo Trainer L Crist Owner L Crist 4GI75 Havana 1 l45VjSlop 4 103 7 r 4 4 44G3SO 2 4J J Fletcher 7 HandsOff ThtTker Gorltssell 4G3SO Havana ImSOy l14fast 5 110 5 5 5 G G4G2S4 3 li B Atkinsn 8 Litliolick Great Gull AVdthrush AVdthrushink 4G2S4 Havana 1 116 14S fast 2J 10 1 S 4 2 24G231 ink i j Fletcher S SSdals DofShelby HandHalf 4G231 Hava a 1 11G 4S fast 3 30D IS S S4G1G1 4 2i F ChiavtalO SlipSilver Kl Coronel njiensoi njiensoiG1 4G1G1 Hava a ImHOy fast 20 Irti 7 S S G G4G033 G1 Tri R Chiavla 9 Haladin ManoUIn The Talker TalkerC3 4G033 Hava a 1 11G 47fast G 10 11 7 7 fi C3 2n K Atlclnsn 9 Legacy MissSweep II and Half Half6s 45974 Havana 34 11G slow 15 109 1 6s 2 12 Atkinsn 9 Wpoorwlll PeaceStar Iroaltoy IroaltoyC3 45871 Havana 51 f 111 hvy 15 107 3 C3 C I Atkinsn 9 DainLady Hon George Fscuelo W ijavanji H 1U3 us 8 10 Z 3 uk j AtHitsnlO Litltyjick Uoyat LycHrosu THE TALKER ch g 4 101 101Trainer By Stalwart Gossip by The Scribe Trainer J S Baldwin Owner J J4G475 S Baldwin 4G475 Havana 1 l45slop 4 93 3 34CC8 7 G 5 43 2 AV Jarrfll 7 HandsOIT GorRussell ReyHnnis 4CC8 Havana 1 1 40fast 12 111 1 14C2S5 4 G G C 4 A Collins 8 HandsOff TokMarcli 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Handllalf Miss Sweep 45787 Havana 1 11G l4Cfast 15 110 3 7 7 7 S 3 W Gargan 9 Can Light PretHaby DukeUuft 45733 Havana Im50y l431ifast S 114 8 845G92 5 7 S S S ° AV Gargan 8 AVnewood UandsOff Plntarede 45G92 Havana Im50y 147 slow 4 113 7 7WOODTHRUSH G 4 3 2J 2s AV Gargan S PrettyHahy Haladin Hev James JamesBy WOODTHRUSH b h 5 108 108Trainer By Olambala LAlouetto by Kinglikc Trainer D S Fmtain Owner D DJG3SO S Fountain FountainS JG3SO Havana 3m50y l41ifast 3i 333 2 24CS34 S G u 51 41 F Cliiavta 8 Rey Knnis Litliolick Great Gull 4CS34 Havana 1 31G 203 good 25 102 ii 22 2 4 4s AV Jarrell AMuir Great Gull Ruck Nail JG329 Havana Im50y 113 fast 3 302 C 38 S G 5J F Hunt S Corydon Huck Nail Chillum 40001 Havana 1 l40fast 4 309 1 14G033 77 7 5 3U F Hunt 7 Skeer Face Itegreso High Gear 4G033 Havana 1 1S l53 l53ifast = ifast S 10S 2 422 31 33 F Hunt 9 Flyllome DickWilliams Sasenta 45937 Havana 1 11G l4Sifast 12 102 1 1457S7 3 2 2 21 1 T Hunt S DWliams CrysDay SolidRock 457S7 Havana 1 1lfi l4Gfast 8 111 9 99 9 9 9 G Mangan 9 Can Light PretHaby DukcRult 45731 Havana 1 11G IMGfast 10 109 5 5RHYMER 4577 78i T Murray 7 Salvatelle Can Light SolidRock SolidRockBy RHYMER ch g 6 103 103Trainer By Salvation La Poeta by Honduras Trainer H Shields Owner H T T4C494 Bangs 4C494 Havana 1 152 hvy G 109 2 122 11 1 AV Jarnll 9 Maxims Choice J Healey Clip JG2S4 Havana 1 11G 148 fast G 109 7 74G231 3 7 S S = F Chiavta 8 IteyKimis SSandals DofSiielby 4G231 Havana 1 11G 1IS fast S 305 4 44G3S2 3 4 G S3 Si A Tryon 10 SlipSilver ReyEiinis El Coronel 4G3S2 Havana 1 13G l47fast 4 10S 7 74COS1 77 S 7 = 4 F Lux 9 Kilkenny Miss Sweep Litholick LitholickS 4COS1 Havana 1 11G l17fast G 109 G G4593G S S S rP 3 F Lux 11 Chillum Miss Sweep SlipSilver 4593G Havana linGOy l41ffast 85 111 5 t 3 3 4 43i J Kederls 7 Haladhi Ralph S Mildred 45733 Havana IniSOv l43ffast 3 114 G 3 G G G J J Kcderis S AVnewood llaiulsOff Plntaredo April Is A Trout Month: Lure of the Stream and Fishing Home a Cure for Trouble.; Ways of Fish and Fishermen--Tools of "Old Mose, the Southern Magician." APRIL iS A TROUT MONTH Lure of the Stream and Fishing Home a Cure for Trouble YViys of Kisli mill KisherintMi Tools Toolsof of OI I 3losv lie Southern April will in many states usher in lie season for the brook trout and its cousins the rainbow and the brown trout and after the long cold months of winter it will be a welcome experience to be out once more among the willows and alders to see and hear in fields and wood the vanguard of spring birds and to follow again the curves of the trout brooks in mountain and in meadow De ¬ spite politics anil expense life will seem worth liv ¬ ing when a man can drop his line at daybreak into the old pool where he caught the big ones last year or let it drift along that favorite ripple where hi missed the biggest of all trout troutThe The first day at the trout stream is more than likely to be a day when the fisherman should be warmly clad Advice to leave home carefully pro ¬ tected in the matter of clothing may appear un ¬ necessary yet it is a fact that many a mans first day at the stream has been spoiled by his not be ¬ ing sufficiently clothed Ones system in April is yit tender from the wearing of heavy winter gar j incuts and if then1 is frost in the air working slowly down a stream is sure to be cold work Good rubber hoots or heavy overshoes if oae is not to wade warm undergarments a sweater and a coat of airtight variety these serve to keep a man j in a happy mood on the first day of the season it being taken for granted that the first day will be rainy or chilly therefore true to form formThe The incurable fisherman will be at the stream at daybreak and there lie will meet all the other in ¬ curables Hut this matter of fishing in the dusk of morning is no mere dream of the enthusiast many of the finest catches of early spring are made before sunrise Large trout are inclined to feed heavily at night and at dawn they are topping ff tluirTPTasts by the VliiieS TTIaf the oii1y fisherman offers After tin sun is high trout are likely to be beyond the power of coaxing coaxingEHORMOUS EHORMOUS PENNSYLVANIA BROOK TROUT TROUTI TROUTOn I On the first day of the season in 1919 in a small brook in southern Pennsylvania a lucky fisherman caught a niniteeninch brook trout weigh ing nearly three pounds Not even old fishermen of that small stream had ever seen such a fish in t or had suspected Hie existence of one there It was taken on a minnow and the time was just as day was breaking At such an hour when the trout are unwary on account of the mists on tile brook or the general indistinct light it is possible to take several fine trout from the same pool or off the same riffle riffleThe The mention of the minnow leads lo a considera ¬ tion of the kind of bait that is most effective for fishing early in the searon Even with no ephemera to put the trout into a jumping mood flyfishing on the first day is far from being a hopeless thing Indeed many men who cannot lit persuaded to worm their way down a trout stream have success on the firSt day with the filmy filmyleader leader and its drifting fairvlike hire The degree of sport to be had with a fly will depend on the condition of the water ami also on the state of the weather More than once a fly fisherman had made a fine catch on the afternoon of the opening day with the conditions right and clo e observers of such matters have seen trout jumping smartly on the juietcr stretches of a stream streamFor For the average man who visits the stream on the firt day and for many days thereafter there is no surer lure than the humble earthworm This type of food washed by rains into the brooks forms a constant and natural part of the trouts diet and the fish may be lured to earthworms I when they may be shy of all else This is tin one wholly dependable bait for this early fishing Minnows are a sporty bait and trout will take them ajive or dead indeed some fishermen kill their minnows before they use them themTEE TEE TROUT IS A BOLD BEAUTY BEAUTYA A trout is a bold fish when he has nothing to scare him That may he a curious saying but it is a true one There be 01110 Waltons who can use the spinner or one of the many artificial lures successfully in the high waters of early spring hut this type of bait is hardly to be recommended to the brotherhood at large The same is to be said of fancy bait such as strips of lean bacon bits of liver and the like Often however where trout streams run through towns remarkably large fish have been caught on freshmeat bait Ilidoubtedly these fish had been used to feeding on much refuse from kitchens and so forth forthAs As to the size of the trout that will take t lieso several lures a word may be said Of course trout of all sizes will take the earthworm and the meat baits as well Hut only the largersized fish will strike the spinner or will be lured by the minnow Indeed it is safe to say that given the water in rather milky condition the sport with the minnow is likely to be of the highpower order The largest trout in tiie stream will strike this lure lureHe He should be given plenty of tim lie will give tlie signal when he is looked this sign usually consists in his making a swift break upstream so determined and fast that the line carries a wave with it or a wavelet If the trout turns down ¬ stream he should be given line provided that a taut line is kept on him If any chance offers play him but if the stream is full of brush and other obstructions the trout had letter be brought to the landing net with all expedition expeditionIn In leaving the matter of lures it may be of in ¬ terest to mention one used by a negro fisherman of northern West Virginia This man knows trout and lie catches them witii the greatest skill Hut the lure he uses would make an ordinary trout fisherman lapse into unconsciousness It consists of a cluster of large hooks tied back to back Over these are rudely draped and tied some rough chicken feathers The whole apparatus looks like a miniature feather duster Yet this man catches fine trout with it He uses a heavy sinker just above his artificial bait and he goes slowly along the stream bobbing on Ihc bottom with this strange homemade lure And it is strange in more ways than in its appearance for though he has imitators in this manner of taking trout he lias no rival Some men watching him laughingly declare that the fish swallow the hooks just because Old Mose is at tin other end of the pole poleSome Some f the reasims for the phenomenal success of Old Mose are within the reach of all trout fish ¬ ermen These compressed into a sentence might tjiiis be put Walk softlj and carry a Jong pule Trout dread shadows moving objects sounds in ¬ deed all sudden disturbers of their placid Iraunls They art keenly sensitive and nothing proves this better than their ready apprehension of a careless footfall on a stream hank One cannot he too cautious in this sport the greatest objects being to efface oneself and to present the lure as if it were but a natural part of the brooks normal offer ¬ ing For the reasons stated the longer the line the better provided it be not tmmamige ilde ildeA A further caution which most fishermen need is a pica for patience In this it is well to remember the wise old fisherman who on going to the brook on the opening day found it lined with men and hoys wlui were playing his game Hut he played it in a different way Going upstream until he was sure that there was no one above him he began to fish down with his customary patient deliberate ness Half a day was passed Infore he had trav ¬ ersed a mile Hy that time many of his rivals had gom home homeToward Toward mldafternoin he reached the waters that they had so assiduously fished waters that had been fished so strenuously that out of them few trout had been caught In his skillful and canny way the old rodman lured the trout out of their holes and riffles and rock pockets Fishing com ¬ placently over the very waters that others had tried with hurried 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