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KENTUCKY OAKS FILLIES Pick of Their Age and Sex Are Among the Entries Constancy Miss Jemima Cotton CottonBlossom Blossom Panoply Afternoon Afternoonand and Cleopatra Included The greatly augmented value of the Kentucky Oaks of this year had its due effect and attracted the nomination of nearly all the fillies which raced with distinction in 31 A race that holds out tin possibility of bringing together such fleet footed one as Constancy Cleopatra Mies Jemima Marjorio Ilynes Distinction Cotton ISlossom After ¬ noon Cobwebs Panoply His Choice Homely Mile Dnzio Lorraine Kallipolis Germa Furbelow ISnsy Signal Thelma E Alula and Truly Rural to say nothing of undisclosed possibilities in the cafes of oln T nominees is truly vested with great interest Along with raising the added money to 000 the distance of the race has IK CII increased a bit and this year it will be at a mile and an eighth Here are the names of the sixtyfive threeyear old fillies entered in the Oaks their owners colors sires and dams damsJ J II Baker Cos b f Shrubbery by Pen JSrush The Welkin WelkinHubert Hubert IBowcrs b f Furbelow by Peter Pan Frillery FrilleryK K HRradlev ch f JBusy Signal by Cunard Sweet Alice K I Bradleys b f Beaming Beauty by Sweep HcllisarioK Hcllisario K R Pradleys b f Hotter Helieve by Helmet Love not notH H J ISrannons br f Wild Flower by Magneto MagnetoLampover Lampover 15 1 Hraiinons br f Little ISlossom by Dick Finnell Carrie Jones JonesJ J N Camdens b f Lorraine by Hen Brush Amy J JJohn John Churchills ch f Spring Vale by Free Lance Mescal MescalW W H Coes ch f Cleopatra by Corcyra Gallicc GalliccW W H Coes b f Sweet Music by llarmonicon Isctte IsctteMartin Martin Doyles b f Miss Nell by Dick Fiunell Miss Thompson ThompsonFrakes Frakes Williams b f Mazola by McGce Boony DOOM DOOMGaliaher Galiaher Bros ch f Dresden by Hock View Polly Prim PrimJ J S Hawkins Cos b f Cotton Blossom by Luke McLuke Crownlet CrownletJ J S Hawkins Cos ch f Refuse by Olambala I idy Navarre NavarreHal Hal Price Headleys b f Kyes of Youth by Tilde Ave Marie MarieHal Hal Price Headleys ch f Lady Mouiitjoy by Intle Lady Paramount ParamountJ J T Irelands br f Clearing Up by Rochester Sea Mist MistMrs Mrs W M Jeffords ch f Substitute by Stal ¬ wart Understudy UnderstudyMrs Mrs W M Jeffords ch f Flying Flower by The Manager Ancient AncientJones Jones Harned Williams Hros ch f Marjorie Ilynes by Dick Fiunell Alice Paiid PaiidMonfort Monfort Jones ch f Thelma K by Harrigan Lady Maxim MaximMonfort Monfort Jones br f Klhel Gray by Hessian Sweet Marjoram MarjoramFrank Frank J Kellcys b f Drumfire by Yulcain Delusion DelusionWillis Willis Sharpe Kilmers ch f Sekket by Sun dridge Queen Til TilWillis Willis Sliarpe Kilmers b f Tache oGaiuit by John oGauut Sabretache II IIA A L Kirbys br f ISlne Jeans by Helmet Itandello ItandelloL L I Kraft Wayne Stable b f Pig Idea by Hlack Toney Wayward Lass LassII II K Knapps b f Fdwina by Celt Lady Godiva GodivaDan Dan LHiaus ch f Faster Flower by Free I ince HoleringJ Holering J H Limbirds b f Peggy C by Jim Gaffney HousewifeJefferson Housewife Jefferson Livingstons ch f Starview by Hock View Starcadia StarcadiaG G W Lofts b f Gonna by The Manager1 lima limaGeo Geo J Longs b f Orlova by Free Iince Victoria H HJ J W McClellauds br f Venice by Marcovil Pamphyle PamphyleTims Tims C McDowells b f Distinction by The Manager Alauarka AlauarkaE E IB McLeans b f Siren Maid by Sea King Masquerade II Neusteters br f Keep by Pataiid Posses ¬ sion sionS S K Nichols b f Cliutonville by Transvaal Maid Militant MilitantHal Hal Parrs b f Violet Tip by Fair Play Violet Hay HayHal Hal Parrs b f Oceanna by Hessian Ocean Tide TideClias Clias I Hays b f Marie Maxim by Golden Maxim Mary Heardon HeardonJ J K L Hoss b f Constancy by Ambassador Simenas Daughter DaughterJ J K L Hoss blk f His Choice by Hessian Melee MeleeC C E Howes blk f Miss Jemima by IBlack Toney Valla VallaWalter Walter J Salmons ch f Hotrieve by Celt Diamontina DiamontinaJohn John W Schorrs b or br f Lady in IBlack by IBoots and Saddle Yankee Tree TreeD D W Scotts ch f Arrow Point by Handsel Axis AxisI I W Scotts ch f Lady Britain by Great Britain Nordlac NordlacJ J II Shreves br f Kallipolis by Glonfier or Celt Puritan Girl GirlGeorge George Starrs Ch f My IBallot by Ballot Tavolara TavolaraLuther Luther Stivers ch f Kye Winker by Eyebrow Cliff Maid Continued oil second page KENTUCKY OAKS FILLIES Continued from first page W V Tliraves ch f Mile Dazie by Fair Play Toggery ToggeryTreacy Treacy Walkers br f Abbess by Ruckhorn Adnit AdnitMrs Mrs C Tugendhafts ch f Diamond Girl by Golden Maxim Diamonds and Rubies RubiesL L Waterburys ch f Homely by Sea King Old Siiiaw SiiiawM M b Wheelers b f Alula by Voorhees Rrcmerhafen RrcmerhafenII II P Whitneys b f 3 Truly Rural by Rroom stick Sylvan H P Whitneys ch f Cobwebs by Broomstick Morningside MorningsideH H P Whitneys br f Arcthusn by Broomstick Bellefontalne II P Whitneys b f Afternoon by Prince Palatine Matiiee MatiieeII II P Whitneys b f Panoply by Pelor Pan Inaugural InauguralWilliams Williams Bros b f Mysterious Girl by Hilarious DarlingJ Darling J Hal Woodfords ch f Mamie Kelly by Maria Sautu Hose of 1iiik Eternal And His Stable Mates: Early Failures Of Its Crack Colt And Loss Of His Services When At His Best A Severe Blow To The J. W. McClelland Stable Of Last Year ETERNAL AND HIS HATES EARLY FAILURES OF ITS CRACK COLT AND LOSS OF OFHIS HIS SERVICES WEEN AT HIS BEST A SEVERE SEVEREBLOW BLOW TO THE J W McCLELLAND McCLELLANDSTABLE STABLE OF LAST YEAR No owner of a stable in this country experienced a more severe disappointment last year than did J AV McClelland This was in the loss of the service in racing of Eternal just when he began racing in brilliant form Champion twoyearold of 101S and winner that year of 55137 Eternal coupled with Sailor was the favorite for the Kentucky Derby but ran badly and was unplaced In fact he was dillicult to train into his true form and ripened slowly But in June he improved and showed it when he ran second to Purchase at four pounds in his favor in the Stuyvesant Handicap at Jamaica Then he did better still and demonstrated that at last he was himself again when he won the Brooklyn Handicap at Aqueduct and running its first mile in 135 and its mile and an eighth in 149 J iinishcd first by an easy three lengths in front of Purchase with Questionnaire third and Crimper Be Frank AVar Cloud Straight Forward LErraut Boniface Bondage Trompe La Mort and Star Class unplaced This was a highclass race even though he was only carrying 105 pounds to 117 on Purchase Right afterward he fell so lame that lie could be raced no more His bad leg was placed in a cast and ho is reported to seem sound again There was some compensation in the running of such of the stables twoyearolds as Hasten On Phantom Fair Toiijoiirs and some others but considering his racing in Cuba it seems Cromwell should have done more than he did It is a stable that had inherent but undeveloped strength and its record last year was wasHorse Horse Col and Sex A Pedigree 1st 2d 3d Won WonEternal Eternal br c 3 By Sweep Hazel Burke by Sempronius 2 3 0 70 70Hasten Hasten On b c 2 By Great Britain Crystal Maid by Pirate of PeiiKance 312 4417 4417Phantom Phantom Fair b f 2 By Peter Quince Bcllita by Ben Brush t 1 l i 4 4Toujours Toujours b f 2 By Eyebrow Estimate by Sir Dixon 3 0 0 3591 3591Sailor Sailor ch g 3 By All Gold Boisterous by Hamburg 102 1253 1253Phantom Phantom Maid ch f 3 By Uncle Algie M by Hanover 1 4 2 llil llilCromwell Cromwell blk g 3 By Plaudit Affect by II is Highness 2 00 1025 1025ISist ISist lu tli TI TV br g 2 By Dellrf Xillitfcniiikic by Kmarnorc v 1 n a 1000 1000Forever Forever T br f 2 By Ballot Hazel Burke by Sempronius l o o St Germain b c 2 By Sea King Queen Dixon by Sir Dixou l 2 0 875 875The The Trout b c 2 By Rapid Water Sandringham Belle by Saudringhm 1 0 0 S57 S57Hereafter Hereafter ch c 2 By Dick Finnell Octavo by Octagon l o 0 r Watersmeet b f 2 By McGce Jusio L by Top Gallant 1 2 0 550 550Penelope Penelope b f 2 By Sweep Josie Cohan by Handball 1 0 o Rainbow Girl ch f 3 By Ballot Lychce Nut by Sir Modred 1 1 o 450 450Hory Hory oMore ch g 2 By Celt Pyramid by Hastings 1 0 350 350Hurry Hurry b c 2 By Rock View Moonet by Donald A 0 2 0 325 325Rose Rose of Roses b f 2 By McGec Parkview by Hamburg 0 0 2 300 300Nancy Nancy Ann b f 2 By Plaudit Mary Morris by Victory 0 0 1 75 75Poppy Poppy Bed br f 2 By Martinet Hod and G un by Planudes 0 0 0 0Old Old Dad b c 2 By McGce Ida Harrison by Ingoldsby 0 0 0 0Universal Universal b c 2 By Sweeper Gold Ten by Goldcrest 0 0 0 Totals 22 10 10 31711 What The Wilkinson Horses Did: Royce Rools The Star Of The Stable And A Surprising Victor In The Bowie Handicap Last Autumn WHAT THE WILKINSON DID ROYCE ROOLS THE STAR OF THE STABLE AND A SURPRIS ¬ ING VICTOR IN THE BOWIE HANDICAP LAST AUTUMN For a newcomer in racing AV T AVilkinson fred decidedly well in Isst years racing An important factor was his acquisition of the exceedingly fast but exceedingly iiicon istcnt gelding Royce Rools Supposed to be a sprinter or at best a miler he gave the lie to any such imputations on his ability to stay and won owner AVilkinson his most important race when he defeated such stars as Cudgel Mad Hatter Boniface and Exterminator in the mile and a half Bowie Handicap at Pimlico last November War Smoke was his second best money earner but was moderate only Faisan Dore was of a different stripe He is now ill the powerful J K L Ross stable and is likely to prove one of the star threeyear old of BILO In all the record of the stable was Col and Sex A Pedigree PedigreeBy Hoyce Roids By Salvation Saintolat by Sain War Smoke By Uncle Ollie Belle by Charaxus Faisan Dore By LOiseau Lyre Dorette by Verdun Kings Champion ChampionWar By Uncle Continental by Yankee War Rocket By Uncle Princess Orna by Ornament Fell Swoop By Star Shoot Okitau by Planudes War Duty b g B By Spanish Prince Unwise by Sundridge War Paint b g t By Prince Palatine The Jade by Flyiug Lemur LemurBy Papp ch g J By Peter Quince Phebe G by Mazngau AVar Drive b c By Spanish Prince Sweet Maiden by Snndridge SnndridgeBy Twiford blk g B By Celt Etelka by Hamburg War Strength ch c B By Spanish Prince Modify by Your Majesty War Spirit br g By Vulcain Thirtythird by Sir Dixou Alias br c 2 By Disguise Chancery by Inllexible Ormbel b e 2 By Duke of Ormonde Miss Bellamy by Plaudit War Cap By Spanish Prince Buttery hyKiindridge Tracksend By Uncle rPlanutess by Planudes Silk Bird b g By Oiseau Silk Hose by Watercress Smite ch g 2 By Prince Ahmed Smirk by Olympian Plus Sachem 1 c 2 By Uncle Our Lassie by Yankee More Canadian Tracks Claim Dates MORE CANADIAN TRACKS CLAIM DATES NEW YORK X Y March 25 Official word has been received from Toronto that the manage ¬ ment of the Thorncliff track has claimed May 11 as the opening day of its spring meeting and will run to May IS Dufferin Park will begin on June 5 and continue until June 12 inclusive using mutuel machines Manager Winn's Prognostications MANAGER WINNS PROGNOSTICATIONS NEW YORK X Y March 25 Manager Matt Winn of the Kentucky Jockey Club is in the city for a few days looking after his racing interests In speaking of the outlook in Kentucky lie believes the coming racing season will be the greatest in the history of racing in the stale All the horses are doing well said Mr Winn but I am afraid some of them will be a little late in getting to the races at Lexingtoiu but the majority will be ready for the Louisville meeting All the Derby candidates are doing well including the Loft pair Donnacona and On Watch Top Hat Finely Bred But No Racer TOP HAT FINELY BRED BUT NO RACER Tracerys halfbrother Top Hat by Hastings Topiary which goes to Cuba for breeding purposes has been used as a riding horse at the Grosse Point Hunt Club near Detroit since 1017 Top Hat Is beautifully bred and ten years old He wasnt much in the competition of four seasons winning but six of fortytwo races and 3855 in poor company Top Hat was second ten times third four times and unplaced twentytwo times There is a rage for Tracery blood in Cuba just now due to Orestes success and Top Hat may do well there as a sire Bet's Bruised Nose Is Remembered BETS BRUISED NOSE IS REMEMBERED Bet Mr W R Coes jumping mare by King Jnnies Nanry D race peculiarly but there is a reason She is extremely fast and has an abundance of stamina But she will not jump over an obstacls unless she is accompanied by another horse On her first trip through the field she fell and bumped her nose against the side of tin obstacle Since then she has been afraid of all jumps and will refuse to take them unless another horse is beside her Churchill Downs Lively: Prince Pal Encourages His Admirers in a Training Gallop.; Damask in Fine Fettle--Shields Stable Arrives from New Orleans with Korbly at Head. CHURCHILL DOWNS LIVELY Prince Pal Encourages His Admir ¬ ers in a Training Gallop Damask in Fine Fettle Shields Stable Arrives from New Or ¬ leans with KorMy at Head LOUISVILLE KV March 2 Prince Pal tlim yearold son of Prince Palatine Wilful Maid II f fir ir which Sims Oliver recently pniil a big prjce in the first of the Kentucky Derby eligible here to indulge in what might be ternie I i renl workout He was sent seveneighth of inilo in 137 by trainer Will Wallace at Churchill Downs yesterday morning and while this Irial is ordinary from a time standpoint it was the maiinor in wliich lie ran that wade a favorable impression with those who witnessed it itThe The first fiveeighth found him stretching him ¬ self a liit and he covered this distance in 101 From the head of the stretch to the finish line he was eased up and at the end was simply cantering The course was thoroughly dry but it is not at its best for fast workouts by any moans as it is deeper in sand than usual After his work trainer Wallace expressed himself as well pleased with the colts condition and if nothing happens to him between now and May 8 he is certain to be in fine nmiitiiii for the Derby DerbySeveral Several other prominent Derby horses were out for gallops while upward of one hundred and fifty thoroughbreds were on the track at various times in the forenoon A large number were also out at Douglas Park and all that is needed is for tins pres ¬ ent springlike weather to keep up so that the racers can get their training regularly from now on onDamask Damask elicited favorable comment when his camo out for a brisk gallop which was more in this nature of a loosening up exercise than a workout The Louisiana Derby winner was as frisky as i kitten and it was with difficulty that his rider kept him from going along at a much faster gait than was wanted of him lie made the long trip from New Orleans in excellent fashion and ever since his arrival here he has attracted a lot of attention not only from the public but from horsemen who had not seen him since last autumn in the east eastTrainer Trainer Max Ilirsch had the entire G W Loft stable out early and Dounacona and On Watch were again the center of all eyes These two Kentucky Derby candidates are still confining their training to slow gallops but they are ready right now for the more strenuous part of it Tippity Witchet the diminutive little gelding which Jias won many races also looks like he is ready to run a hard race right now nowJ J O Keene member of the Kentucky State Rac ¬ ing Commission came down from Lexington and spent the forenoon at Churchill Downs inspecting his horses lie said that the meeting of the turf gov ¬ erning body held at Lexington Monday was har ¬ monious in every respect and he predicts fine racing for the three Kentucky tracks this spring II Keene is training the horses for his brother wiiich consist chiefly of twoyearolds moit oC them the progeny of Luke McLuke McLukeSHIELDS SHIELDS HORSES RECENT ARRIVALS ARRIVALSMilo Milo Shields horses got in from New Orleans and were assigned stalls at the Downs Shields has only a small establishment lint it is a useful one headed by Korbly winner of the 5000 New Years Handi ¬ cap at New Orleans last winter Others in it an Lucky IS and Tim lleffering Lucky IB has been on tins shelf for a long time but he is training again now and is entered in stakes on the Kentucky circuit this spring Drs J T Chawk and Bradley who were ap ¬ pointed paddock judges for this year at all of tin Kentucky tracks will not be allowed to practice tlieir profession on the race courses while they are officials This edict was handed down by the Kentucky State Racing Commission at its meeting Monday MondayJockey Jockey L Iilz got in from New Orleans where ho rode all winter for W 1 Bernhardt He will re ¬ main here until tin Lexington meeting logging under the stable shed is as far as Sam SamFr Fr liuan Kentucky Derby eligible in the stable stableof of Hchm ct Umeasettor has got in his training HUM far this spring but he will be ready for track work when rnicnsettrr gets back from Havana within the next ten days The colt has not raced since last sum ¬ mer when he went amiss and has since had the fir ¬ ing irons applied to him As an early twoyearold Sam Freedman was somewhat of a sensation due to his unusually fast trials and he lived up to his repu ¬ tation fairly well as he won two races was second twice and third once in eight starts One of hi victories was in the Iashford Manor Stakes in which he beat Westwood by a neck neckJockey Jockey Kddie Donahue who won the Thanksgiving Handicap on ISrownie MeDawcll at Jefferson Park has joined the IS J ISranuon stable at Churchill Downs The Rrannoii horses wintered here and they appear to have gone through the cold months in fine style There are several twovearolds in this es ¬ tablishment which arc pretty highly fancied by their owner ownerApplications Applications for trainers and jockeys licenses are being received at Churchill Downs and are in turn forwarded to the Kentucky State Racing Com ¬ mission at Lexington Consistent with the policy to throw every safeguard possible around the racing in Kentucky in an effort to keep it on a high plane the commission will not issue any license until after they have been approved by the stewards of the Kentucky Jockey Club ClubPhil Phil T Chinn trainer for L Waterhury of Xcw York the noted polo player who owns Scnnings Park and several other highclass thoroughbreds has been spending a few days here on business Chinn did not race any horses last winter and he spent the cold season in Lexington It was reported that he was seeking the contract held by the Ogden Stable on jockey Clifford Robinson but the deal for it did not go through Robinson is exercising horses daily at Churchill Downs and is in good condition for the racing season Page 2 DAILY RACING FORM Daily During Winter Months Daily Except Monday Balance of the Year DAILY RACING FORM 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October 20 1900 1900J J W W Chicago III Jumping races formerly occurred at Ixxington Churchill Downs and La Ionia but have been discontinued on those tracks for many years yearsK K R Chicago 111 We have no Information about the Calcutta Sweep other than that it is eoaducteel by the Calcutta Turf Club of Calcutta India ami that through members only participating tickets can be bought boughtT T G S Dayton O Daily Racing Form is em sale at Fort Worth Tex and Denver Colo the elay after its publication The emly western rac ¬ ing of tho coming summer so far announced will be in California and western Canada CanadaC C J G Teirontei Out Mima O chestnut ninre 1012 by Apologize Virginal raeeel fortysix times in 1U4 1115 and 1010 winning four races second in seven third in seven and unplaced in twenty eight Shu carncd 2210 in the term Iron Boy Makes It Three Straight: Havana Meeting Nearing Its End With a Fast Track in Sight for Sunday. IRON BOY MAKES IT THREE STRAIGHT Havana Meeting Hearing Its Entt With a Fast Track in Sight for Sunday HAVANA Cuba March t5 The selling plater Iron Hoy a fouryearold and a brother te the useful horse Poacher secured his thirel straight victory at Oriental Park this afternoon when he won the fourth race in easy fashion coming from behind and beating Key Mar a couple of lengths Iron le y won last Saturday and again Tuesday TuesdayToday Today the races were run over a drying out track and providing there is no rain in the mean ¬ time the going will be fast feir the running of the 10000 CulMii Derby Sunelay SunelayThe The attendance this afternoon was large and many tourists mhigleel nmoni the creiwd creiwdH H A Whitney furnished two of the afternoons winners Plantarede anil Gorelou Russell The former won by five lengths while Gorelou Uussell wem by a heael Keith horses saveel ground on all the turns and when entering the stretch stretchKay Kay Spcnce has added Mineral ami Sasenta te tin list eif horses feu judge Lyles to sell at auction after the races Friday FridayIn In eirder that the thrwyoareilel colt Ilerron may have the best medical attendance during shipment to Maryland K Alvarez has engaged Dr Aehe tin well known veterinary surgcem to aceonipany the horse on the trip The colt will also be under the special can of Dr Asdic during the racing at the Maryland tracks tracksPractically Practically all racing officials will take their departure Monday C J Fitz Gerald will go to New York Will Shelley to Louisville and starter Milton to lialtimore Fd Jasper to Cincinnati Racing Secretary Nathaiison and steward K II Landale will remain eiver for the automobile races Patrol judge J S Wallace also leaves Meniday feir Lexington going by way of New Orleans Judge W W Lyhs leaves Monday for Itowie where he will officiate as the patrol judge J J Holtman left Wednesday for Louisville witli Klku and Fly Home W Gass also elepartcd feir the same point Pefore leaving he turned Scotch Verdict over to C 1C Moore to train for F Alegra AlegraThe The great majority of the stables will remain here until after tin meitin is closeel The general movement north will begin next Memday when ex ¬ tensive shipments will be made Large numbers of horses also go forward Tuesday and Wednesday The movement this year is somewhat retareleel eiwiug to the shortage eif express cars The Kentucky and Maryland tracks are the objective points of most of tli horses Few are being booked for Tijuana TijuanaP P Mock has sold Punice to the Armonia Stable The mare is a sister eif the former fast sprinter Pack itay One of the conditions of the sale is that the marc is to be bred in Cuba and never allowed to leave the island islandS S T Paxter claimed Mcliora from the Kcntmere Farm Stable feir 1150 1150Frank Frank Rccteir is ready to depart for Lexington lie will take some horses along Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Kiglit earioans OL jiorses arrived at Powie Md from Cuba Thursday Among them were the stables of Stuart Iedk Fred Doughsman and W A Craw ¬ forel forelOf Of the best considered Knglish threeyearolds for the Kpsom Derby Tetratema is a gray Prince Galahad ehestnnt Archaic chestnut Galroy brown Orpheus bay Southern bay and Sarchedon gray grayISotafogo ISotafogo is said to be a beautiful horse standing Kil hands He is doing service at the Chapadmalal Stud some twelve miles from Pueuos Aires with Craganour tlte disqualified Kpsom Derby winner of PJia PJiaPercy Percy Woodland the veteran rider and present trainer and manager trained Furious the Loncoln shire Handicap winner Weiodland always declared that Furieiiis had an excellent chance notwithstand ¬ ing his spring use in eihstaclo racing The horses priee to 1 was astonishing and affccteel by the jumping performances performancesDark Dark Legend the Indian VIeer6y3 Cup double winner which lias finished his racing camr in India eiwing to bad legs is on the sea on his way tei France for stuel duty J C Galstaun envns him Dark Legend has won about S175000 in India and is six years old by Dark Ronald Golden Legend by Amphion AmphionIernanl Iernanl Carslakc one eif the most skillful eif modern jockeys is back in Kngland and ready to ride His American visit was extemleel to Aus ¬ tralia where lie was born and learned to ride in races Carslakc rides this year for the Knglish trainer Pcrssc though Lord Derbys stable has an almost exclusive call on his services servicesThe The remarkable turf career of Sir Joseph Hawley who was the owner of four lOpsom Derby winners two of which secured tiie coveted trophy in sueces sivu years was recalled recently when a collection of pictures was sold The pictures of the four Derby winners Teildiugton 1851 Iteadsman 1S58 Musjid 185 and Pliiej Gown 18CS were sold for JJ510 ISIlie Gown fetching the highest bid of J0 Work-Outs At The Bowie Track WORKOUTS AT THE BOWIE TRACK 230 ROWIK Mel March 25 The following workeiuts took place over the Powie track this morning ThreeEighths Mile 211Allivan 22SAnteiineUc j20SRuck Shot Shot22I5C 22I5C Leydecker Leydecker2Hlixie 2Hlixie Carroll CarrollIKiKscarpolette IKiKscarpolette 228 Lady lone R0Louise V 228Onico 201Almino 5l 5llOSRelslnehi lOSRelslnehi 51 51208Capital 208Capital City 5I5 5I5IMChas IMChas Francis 5 5228Karly 228Karly Sight 51 Five Eighths Mile ISSMy Dear 105 10522rRagnarok 22rRagnarok 105 221Samly Mac 108 Three Quarters Mile IllFell Swoop 120 120SiFleer SiFleer 120 22 1 1 long Kong 1 2I5 2I522Indolence 22Indolence 122 122220Irish 220Irish Kiss 121 228Juanita III 121 22SArbitrator 157 157Two Two and Thre lOSFranu Tireur Peerless One One221Pilsen 221Pilsen Sclix II 120St Quintin Quintin22lSteison 22lSteison 117Sunny Hill 115 Wand 210Yvctte 22SSiesta 105 122 Weary 107 107115Zouave 115Zouave 101 2Mark West 123 iOrmonela 118 J2lPokey Jane 125 J2Slippery KInil22 22iCltra Gold 12 22 Veteran 119 Eighths Miles 114Link Roy 311 Famous English Family Of Trainers: Taylors Boast of a Great Record on Turf, but Little Recognition Given Triumphs. FAMOUS ENGLISH FAMILY OF TRAINERS Taylors Boast of a Great Record on Turf but Little Recognition Given Triumphs The Taylor finnilj boasts i great record in turf history and one wonders why it Is that no written chronicle exists of HH remarkable triumphs lint neither grandfather Tom Taylor who trained for Lord Chesterfield the magnificent nor Old Alec was that way inclined and young Alec Is of far loo retiring a character to indulge in any such venture ventureThe The walls of Manton house arc covered with their own tale anil I doubt if any establishment can boast a more interesting collection A long story might be written around the portraits of sucli famous patrons as Lord Ailesbtiry Mr George Payne Sir Sterling Crawford the Dulse of Beau ¬ fort Sir Joseph llawley and My T X Astley of whom the last wnstiiiie of the first It says muel for employer and employe that Alec Taylor and his sou t mined for him through an unbroken period ol fifty years during which time he was never with ¬ out a race horse though no classic success fell to the share of the drab jacket and blue cap near as was the approach to it when Pell Mull ran Cre monie to a head for the Derby DerbyH H was the famous exhibition year of 1851 that Alec Sr then a young man of twentyseven madi his first classic hit with Teddington in Hie Derby An enormous coup was landed over Teddington which had been extraordinarily well tried witl Aphrodite The Han Clincher and others in tin presence of Sir Joseph and his friend Sir John Stan ley indeed it was such a surprising performance on the part of the son of Orlando that his envnoi could not believe what he hael seen anil actually wanted to try him again this same day but the trainer elemurred and after some trouble persuuelee him to postpone the oreleal until the following elay when the result was the same DAVIES RECEIVED A SETBACK SETBACKHidden Hidden by Marsou he started at 2 to 1 and won easily to the consternation of the leviathan book ¬ maker Davies who plainly told Sir Joseph that tin money Avould be paid supposing the victory was not supplemented by that of Aphrodite in the Oaks and she did not run in consequence Rrcba took hei place and was favorite at I to 4 but proved u poo substitute but that Aphrodite could have won may be assumed for she ran second tei Xewminster ii the Loger in which Teddington found a place am on the concluding stage of the meeting she won the Doncaster Stakes and the Park Hill Stakes StakesThat That was a great week for the stable as Con ¬ fessor won the ircat Yorkshire Handicap Clinchei another handicap and The Ban the Cup which let ¬ up to a remarkable objection under Rule 10 con corning Horse Racing in General which read readit it being an established rule that no person cap run cither in his own name or in the name of any other person two horses of which he is wholly or in part tin owner for any plate and eloubts having arisen as to the true definition of the word plate the stewards of the Jockey Club have decided that where a sum of money is given to be run for with ¬ out any stake being mad by the owners of tin horses the entrance momy whether given to tiie owner of the second horse or applied to the racing fund not being cemshlcreel as stake such prize shall be construed to be a plate Put where a stake is deposited by the owners of the horses which is t go to the winner and an additional sum of money or a cup piece of plate or other reward is offeree as a prize to the winner even though such addition shall be denominated a plate by the donor sucl race shall be eleemed and taken to be a sweep ¬ stakes and not a plate plateSir Sir Joseph llawley had entered Vatican for the cup as well as The Ran but had sold him beforr the race to Mr Morris in whose name the horse ran and Mr Saxon who was second with The Itlack Doctor objected to the qualification of Tin Ran on the ground that Sir Joseph llawley ran twe horses on the race but the question was not gone into at that time It was renewed in Loudeni on the Monday after and sent to the local stewards who referred the matter to the stewards of the Jockey Club who decided as follows followsDECISION DECISION REACHED BY STEWARDS STEWARDSWe We the stewards of the Jockey Club Lore Glasgow General Peel and Mr II Lowther having considered the case referred to us by the stevarel of Doneaster races in relation to the objection made by Mr Saxon to the qualification of The Ban to wii the Cup on the ground that another horse th property of Sir Joseph llawley hael started contrary to Huh 40 concerning horse racing jn general am having heard the evidence of Mr Saxon in support e f his objection are satisfied that a bonafide salt of Vatiean to Mr Morris teiok place previews to the race We arc nevertheless of opinion that the stewards of the Doneaster races committeel an erroi in allowing Vatican to run he hatfrig been enteree in Sir Joseph Ilawleys name ami that if he hail eome in first Mr Morris would not have been entitleel to the Cup but the horse having been started by the sanction e f the stewards as the property of Mr Morris wo do not think that any objection to The lan can be sustained on that ground and therefore ehcide that The Ban is the winner of the Doncaster Cup As heiwever consider able doubt may exist as te the right of Ynticni to start the stewarels of the Jeickey Club will take an early opportunity of submitting this point to tin members of the club in onler to eibtaiu their opin ¬ ion and have the we reling of Rule 40 made more explicit in this respeit respeitAnother Another curieins preface te the Rules ami Orders of the Jockey Club reail as follows followsNewmarket Newmarket First November 18151 At a ineet ing of the stewards and members of the Jockey Clul it was stateel that much uncertainty had prevailce with regard to the opera tion eif the Kules and Or ¬ ders eif the Jockey Club and thereforc it was thought proper tet declare that they apply to all races run at and engagements made for New ¬ market only the Jeickcy Club having no authority to ixtnd their Rules and Orders to any other place although they have for the sake of greater uni ¬ formity and certainty recoiiimendeel the adoption of the same rules to the stewarels of either races and that the stevards of the Jeickey Club will not receive any references of disputes from any places except those at which the rules and regulatiems of Newmarket shall have becii dcclareel to be in force in the printed articles of theise races racesIt It must be admitted that the above questions from the records of the fifties make funny wailing by comparison with the present day Ilulcs and Or ¬ ders e f the Jeickcy Club ClubA A COUP THAT FAILED FAILEDA A tremeneleuis ee up just failed when Savcrnake sncclimbed to Lord Lvem for the Derbv eif 18 i The hllfbrother to St Albnus which hael won the St jaeger six years before was not nuaeel until within a few elays of the race and never having run previously was an absolutely unknown eiiiantity when on tiie Monday of Kpsom week George Payne1 appearcel at Tatlersalls to back the ceilt by StocUwell dam Iribery to win a huge fortune at 100 to 1 1Half Half of those odds were taken at starting and with French up he failed by a matter of inches with the result that the je ckey on the beaten horse eame In for a lot of abuse and was superseeled by Challoner in the St Ieger but the two horses again ran true to an inch and the award was another head in favor of Custnnce ami Lorel Lyem French who was eme of the finest horsemen that ever sat in a sadelle was in no way to blame and the only possible excuse feir Savemake at Kpsom was that as frequently happens on a horses first appearance en a race eiourse he ran a bit green from want of experience Lord Ailesbury had many geiod horses in his time and one real smasher in the tweiyearold Cantiniere which unfortunately went wrong in her wind although she in turn preiduceel a nailer feir Lord Falnioutli in Ial Gal Feir the Duke e f Renufort the late Alec Taylor trained an Oaks winner in Reve dOr and five years after Gang Forward deadhcatcel with ICaiscr for secemel place behind Doncaster in the Derby Mr Crawfend saw the Grafton scarlet in front on Sefton which had previously won the City and Suburban SuburbanDEAD DEAD HEAT WITH FORMOSA FORMOSAReform Reform that Moslem had run a dead heat with Formosa for the Two Thousand Craigmillar won the St Leger and Thebais the One Thousand Guineas and Oaks Perhaps the best eleal hu ever made was when he purchased Demotion from his trainer at the same price lie hael given for her as a yearling as she neit only won some gooel races but was a big success at the stud being the elam of Iphigcnia Madrida Zeal Thebais St Marguerite winner of the One Thousand Guineas Clairvaux St Honorat lleloise etc Mr Crawford was second for her Derby also in 187 when Kingcraft beat Palmer ston and most eif the races weirth winning went at one time or another to the credit of the Fyfield and Manton stables stablesHaving Having referred to old times at Manton it be ¬ hooves me now to eleal with the stables history since Young Alec assumed the reins and it may at once be said that the fame of the establishment has been handsomely upheld for elid not Lemberg after a heael defeat by Neil Gow in the Two Thousanel win the Derby and elivide the Kelipse with Lorel RoKiherys horse This was another inslanee eif true running by two horsed i i iWith With eidils laid em him however Lemberg eeiuld emly get thirel te Swynford and llronzino for the St Leger though he made ample amends for that failure afterwards by wiuiiiug hi succession the Jockey Club Stakes the Champion Stakes and the Lowther Stakes at Newmarket ami the Snndown loal Stakes His halfbrother Rayardo in spite of earlier defeats in the Guinens and Derby was the best of his year He found his feirm in the Prince of AVnles Stakes at Ascot and won eleven races off the reel including the Sandringliam Feial Stakes and Kclipso Stakes at Sandown the Duchess eif York Stakes at Hurst Park 4he St Leger the Demcaster Stakes the Champion Stakes the Limekiln Stakes ami the Liverpool St Lcgcr A hanelsome sequence it will be admitted admittedAs As a twoyearolds moreover he went through seven engagements without a defeat and when four years old hael annexeel consecutively the Oth New ¬ market Biennial Stakes the Chester Vase the Gohl Cup and the Dullingham Plate behind the Ditch before the tragic finale to his brilliant career fames in the Gijodwood Cup when with e ehls of 110 to 1 laiel on him he was defeated by Magic though I yiink Maher would confess that elefeat was due rather to an error of judgment on his part than to the horse Resieetively sons of Ray Ronald and Cyllene Raynrelo and Lemberg arc both the produce of Ualicia which has proved a gold mine to Mr Fairie FairieOther Other classic successes stand to the credit of Aleu Taylor who won the St Lcgcr feir Mr W M Singer with Challucomba anil the Oaks for Sir William Bass with Reiseelrop while Saucy was only beaten a heael by Gorges for the Two Thousand aliel Glass Doll alone barred the way to Laomeelia te victory in the Oaks In the classic category may be included also the Ascot Gold Cup which fell in turn to Leive Wisely llayarelo ami Aleppo while Seeptro aeeomplished some big performnnees Though she eemld neit beat Aril Patriek for the Kclipso Stakes she wem the Harelwieke Stakes at Ascot for Sir William Bass the Jockey Club Stakes and the Diike of Yeirk Shakes at Kcmpton under great difficulties Vigiluut in Ltmdou Sportsman Fate Of Russian Thoroughbreds: Most of the Good Brood Mares Stolen by the Bolsheviks in Their Raids. FATE OF RUSSIAN THOROUGHBREDS Most of the Good Brood Marcs Stolen by the Bolshe ¬ viks in Their Raids From the day the Bolsheviks gained control in Russia very little news has reacheel the outsiele weirld concerning the fate eif the many hundreds if valuable thoroughbreds that were in the late Czars dominions when the war began We had the good feirtune to receive In October from Mr Alfreel Zoppi a budget of facts which we feel sure will be of interest to our readers Mr Zoppi was for ¬ merly a prosperous manufacturer in Petrograd Shortly before the war or at any rate befeire the evolutieni he disposeel of his business and invested he proceeds in Caucasian oil wells His fortune is therefetro luckily still Intact In happier days lies was erne of the leading men on the Russian turf inel when his country emce more becomes settled s likely te play an active ami prominent part in helping as HI owner and breeder tei restore the speut to ils former status feir he has great am ¬ bitions Mr Zoppi writes writesI I left Pedtava and Clinrkeiff at the beginning of January lull At that time there were it the Crown Stud Poltava formerly bcleinging to he late M Lazareff the stalliems Floreal by Flnri cl II Demosthen by Darley Dale ami Teetun y Zinfandel At Cliarkeiff were Saltpetre by St Simon Aboyeur by Desmemd Plackaeleler by ISay irelei and lAiuviers by Isinglass IsinglassAll All the stallions at Charkoff were saved when the Polsheviks entered the town the first time What happcned later I cannot say Meist eif the irooel mares were however stolen by the Rolshcviks i piTMjnirlly had seven mares at Charkoff last Feb ¬ ruary and have hcarel that only eme was saveel harlotte by Dark Uonald out of Chataigne Nearly ill other owners of brood mares suffereil a similar oss Practieally all the crown studs sitnated south ast of Charkoff were riiincel riiincelTiie Tiie wellknown stuel eif M Leon Mantacheff north of the Caucasus was ruined ami all the Uorses stolen In all probability M Mantacheff has i few mares left in Poltava province I expeet that my brood marcs and yearlings in the same listrict were saved by the local peasants peasantsAt At pre seiit there is smiie racing at Kostovon Don and Fkaterlnodar with horses saveel north of he Caucasus In 1U1S some racing took place at 1jatigorsk but in the end the Polsheviks eleslreived verythiiig verythiiigAt At Petreigrael racing ceased in 101 and at Meis ow in 1017 In 101S there were at the Moseenv lice course about ISO horses including the hest class inimals I hail twelve herscs in training there At Miat lime I was trying te arrange with the Itolshe iks to alleiw racing to be resumcel at Moscow but failed In July they nrresteid me 1 however nanaged tei eseape but had to leave my heirses in he hands of my trainer All either owners hail to letf alsei The Peilsheviks nationaliseel all horses nit allowcel them only three and onehalf pounds if grain so of eourse racing then was out of th mention What has happened to the horses since t left Moscow I elo not know knowIn In Odessa there were good raevs in 11I1S The best twoycareild was a filly named Franzia iy Floreal She eame from the Crown Stud for nerly M Lazareffs It had been intended to raw it Odessa again this year but when the Freiicn vacuated the place in April owners trainers ockeys and stable boys saddled the horses eighty five of them and left at i oclock the morning of the elay the Kolsheviks cntcreel the town Thev ntenelid going to ISuciiarest but when last I hearil liey hail reaeiied Warsaw My brother went with he horses belonging to the government ami a few f mine mineThis This is all I can tell you about the sport in emr loor Knssia which will I hope soon receiver so hat we may cnne to Kngland to buy horses horsesThere There we have in bald outline a pitiable steirv iinie day soon it may be possible to fill in details Meanwhile sportsmen and lovers of the thoroughbred ill the wenId over will extend sympathy to their Ifnsshin brethren who have endured such terrible xpcriences these last two or three years IIood tcek Uevicw Hunting, Fishing And Sport. HUNTING FISHING AND SPORT All anglers are invited to attend the thirteenth an mal dinner of the Fishermens Club eif Chicago o he held at the Auditorium Hotel on the evening if March 7 at 030 p in sharp sharpTwentyeight Twentyeight thousand Mackinaw trout eggs were eeently rcecivcd by the Yakima County Wash fish and game commission The eggs will be hatched ml the fry liberated in Piiniping Lake LakeA A correspondent of the London Kng Shooting rimes tells of a tame goose that liveel to be fifty ight years eild It was hatched the same year is the correspondent was born and that is how he vas cognizant of its exact age ageThe The Washington Park Amateur Casting Club eif ieago has elected the following officers for Vt0 isident C It Powie vicepresident D 1 Saek ison secretary and treasurer L J Gundlaih eap tain S Threlfall director for three years J C Pay ton tonTin Tin Chitago Fly Casting Club has chosen he edleming officers for IICO Prisideiit A D Arado vicipresident William Kramer seerretary and reasurer Frank S Lesaeh captain Harry Schultz Mrectors Joseph 1J Prown Dr J Zabokrtsky and C Lucke LuckeNothing Nothing will hold ducks in the country like a few seatterid areas where they can rest and feed n peace There is many a good elmking ground vhcre the shooting would lit a whnle lot better f a part of the area was closeel to shooting at all limes so as to furnish a natural sanctuary for the iirds iirdsThe The Montana state fish and game eeiiiiniission is to et ten carloads of elk from the Yellowstone Na ional Park for the national bison reserve near St Ignatius on the Flathead rcservation The eommis sion has also decided to make an effort to obtain liiiiese pheasants and Hungarian partridges and listribute them throughout Montana MontanaThe The State of Missouri is considering spending 1000 for a game preserve on lie Meramec River of SOSO acres It has a fine spring on it for a fish hatehery The rest of it is rocky anil unfit for farming ami might raise a few quails or rabbits Land like this in this neighborhood can be bought for Jfa per acre so why pay per aireV On the eme hand the state wants to spend 150000 feir a small preserve and em the either hand it wants to spoil 15000 acres of natural preserve that eloes not cost the state a penny and that eloes this section one hundred times more good than the 30SO acres ever can Page 3 Havana Form Chart HAVANA FORM CHART HAVANA CUBA THURSDAY MARCH 25 1920 Oriental Park One hundred anil seventh ilay Cuba American Jockey and Auto Club Winter Meeting of 110 days Weather cloudy temperature 70 ° Presiding Steward C T Pitz Gerald Presiding Judge AV II Shelley Starter James Milton line Ing Secretary Martin Xathanson Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 200 p m AV indicates whip S spurs 11 blinkers Pig uros in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate tin to track record age of horse an wight carried Indicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 l05Vi 5 102 Purse 600 3ycar olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt 14 SiStrFln Jockeys Owners 0 H O P 40502 AMBASDOR III w 4 109 5 1 140442PRINCE Oh 4l 21 lh K AtkinsnTres Amlgos Sta 05 fi5 05 12 1 40442PRINCE BOXERO 5 100 7 7 1 2J IJ 23 F Wilson W C Westmoreil 5 5 r 2 1 10349 JAMES G wn 0 111 S 9 S1 41 3i M MountnJ de Estrampes 0883 S5 40502THK SNOB wi 5 104 1 3 2nk 31 52 4l A Tryon D Raymond 3 31 3X 75 71 4 0302 = TWENTY SEVEN w C 109 2 2 5 5 3 5 W Jarrell O L Foster 444 S5 4f 0483 SMALL STONE w 3 92 3 0 4t 7J C1 Cnk P Lons J Umensetter 7 S S 3 8i 4 442 JUTLAND w 5 111 C 8 8J 0 1 7 T Murray W Hiunbotham 10 10 10 4 2 4040 SHIRO w 5 109 9 4 1J l S ° S C White J C Boggess 12 12 12 5 2 4047 3FELICIDAD wn 0 101 4 5 3X 0 f 9 W Brown W J Press 45521 45521Time Time 24 51 104 11154 Track slow 2 mutmls paid Ambassador III 510 straight 300 place 300 show Prince Ponero 12 place 300 show James O 00 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Ambassador III 155 to 100 straight SO to 100 place 0 to 100 show Prince Ponoro 110 to 100 place SO to 100 show James O 350 to 100 show showWinner Winner Mi f by Sweeper Uahonstcin by IJavenshurg trained by W Krown bred in France b Mr Herman 15 Duryoa DuryoaWont Wont to post sit 231 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third tin same AMBASSADOR III wore the lender down in the stretch and got iin to win in tlic linal stride PHIXCE POXKKO ran well and probably would liave won if his rider badbeen able to keep him straigh JAMES 0 closed a big gap THK SXOI linished well TWKXTV SKVEX tired SHIUO set the pad In the stretch and quit badly badlyScratched Scratched 10501 lirer Fox 100 SECOND RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 10514 5 102 Purge 600 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt M = iStrFin Jockeys Owners 0 H 0 P 40459HELLO PARDNERw 3 S9 9 f i i IT A Tryon E Denham 2 2X 2J 1 12 122nL 40401 ROUNDEL w 4 111 7 3 340I8I5 2nL 21 2i W Taylor H T Bangs G 0 C 2X 05 054nk 40I8I5 DIRECTOR TAMESw 3 100 f a 4nk 3i 3 G ManganK L Hutchinson 5 5 2 1 40503 KING TUSCAN i 7 114 2 S S40491BULGER 10 9l 5l 4 C White E A Whitney 0 0 C 21 C5 454 40491BULGER 1 BULGER wn 8 109 Id 9 940485BCHE S 6 71 E Barnes H W Boyer S5 85 S5 35 13 40485 40485BCHE BCHE DONALTON 0 107 1 4 9 10 8 = fink F Wilson E Linnell 8 S S 3 S5 S540485LADY 40485LADY LANGDEN wn 4 104 3 10 7i 7i 9 71 W Jarrell J W Moore 777 2 05 4 6 5457 157 UN WISE CHILD n 4 107 5 2 3 = 3 4i 8 H Boyd Curb Stable 8883 S5 4 04 85 JACK DAWSON i C 109 S 7 GU 53 0 9 J Fletcher G P Sherman 0 0 0 21 05 40101 MAGIC MIRROR wr 0 107 4 1 O1 S1 10 10 E AtkinsnE 1 Albright 8 S 8 3 85 85Time Time 24 50 103 109 Track slow 2 mntuels paid Hello Iardner 000 straight 40 place 430 show Roundel 1070 place 70 iow Director James 8 SO show showKittivilent Kittivilent booking odds Hello Iardner 230 to 100 straight 145 to 100 place 115 to 100 show iroundel 435 to 100 place 2KO to 100 show Director James 340 to 100 show showWinner Winner P by Marajax Ma Wee Dear by Love Wisely trained by A Tempest bred by Mr Kirhard T Wilson WilsonWent Went to post at 257 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won cantering second and thin driving HELLO PAltDXER raced into a long lead after rounding the far turn and was pulling np a tin end UOrXDKL raced gamely and outstayed DIKECTOU JAMKS for second place The latter was always prominent KIX TPSCAX finished fast 15ULGEK began slowly and was outrun all the way wayOverweights Overweights Hello Iardner 1 pound Unwise Child 3 THIRD RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 105 5 5 102 Purse 000 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt Vi Yi StrFin Jockeys Owners 0 H 0 P 40450PRINCE EASY wn 4 100 S 7 740480SHASTY 3i 3J 2l 1 = E Atkins rC E Brosius Brosius2J o y c5 c52i 40480SHASTY CORA R C 107 7 1 2J 2i li 2 A Tryon Williams Bros 2i 1 12 10485JLILLTAN G w 4 104 0 2 4 53 i W Brown W W German German1U 5 04 83 PLAIN HEATHER 3 90 3 3 3J45 1U l 31 4i F Wilson W Gargan GarganO1 J45 PRECS JEWEL wu 4 104 It S O1 4i 4J 5 = 1C Barnes H K Davis 4 S5 45 4 04 50 3 KING AVORTH wit 9 114 1 0 0404802RORA 85 7l 7 = fint W Taylor J C Mayes Mayesr1 4 S5 45 45o 404802RORA w 5 112 4 5 r1 C1 01 73 M MountnC L Mackey ooo o y o5 40401 LOWELL w 4 309 2 24 4 440IH9BACCARAT 71 S1 SJ S1 G ManganW Carleton 8 8 S 3 f 85 8540IHOI5ACCARAT 40IH9BACCARAT wi 5 109 5 59 9 9 9 9 W Jarrell C Reynolds 12 12 12 5 IfJ IfJTime Time 24 51 104 111 Track slow slowJ J mutuels paid Prince Kasy 2000 straight S0 place 5K show Hasty Cora 420 place 300 show Lillian O 530 show showICqtiivalent ICqtiivalent booking odds Prince Kasy 00 to 100 straight 3J5 to 100 place 150 to 100 show Hasty Cora 110 to place SO to 100 show Lillian O 105 to 100 show showWinner Winner Itr g by Prince Ahmed IMglitensy by Lackford trained by C E 1rosins bred by Mr II Ony Iledwill Went IledwillWent to post at 327 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing IllIXCi EASY wore HASTY COUA down in the last eighth and easily passed her in the last six ¬ teenth HASTY COKA ran well but made a wide turn when entering the stretch and lost ground by it LILLIAN G was gaining oil the leader at the end KIXG WOIJTII was away poorly and pocketed pocketedOverweights Overweights Plain Heather 3 pounds F7 FOURTH RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 105 5 5 102 Purse SGOO 3year 6 olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt i K SiStrFin Jockeys Owners O H O P S 40402IROX BOY s 4 112 0 3 G 5t 41 11 J Fletcher J F Burdette 4 5 5 2 1 140403KEY 40403KEY MAR wu S 115 74 5 4 = 2 T Murray W C Weant 05 05 C5 12 14 144G485 4G485 STILETTO w 4 110 S 1 2k 22 I1 3 S Wida H T Bangs 12 12 12 5 2i 2i408GPIERROT 408GPIERROT w 8 115 5 7 71 7 7 4 W Brown B E Graham 4 4 4 8545 10431 POMERENE w 4 112 3 2 l k lh 2 ° t 5 1 M MounfnArmonia Stable 5 5 3 0535 0417 = BLANCHITA w 7 113 1 5 4l C 0 = fi W Gargan W Gargan 45521 I68813THORN BLOOM 0 IIS 2 C 31 3 51 7 ° C White E A Whitney 5521 552140101ED 40101ED TRANTER wn 4 112 4 S S S S S AV Taylor W F Poison S S S 3 S5 S5Time Time 25 51 l03 i 1105J Track slow 2 mutuels paid Iron 15oy 1830 straight 490 place 380 show Key Mar 330 place 290 show Stiletto 00 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Iron Hoy 815 to 100 straight 145 to 100 place 0 to 100 show Key Mar 05 to 100 place 45 to 100 show Stiletto 350 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g b Star Shoot Partridge by Longfellow trained by J F 15nrdettc bred by Mr John E Madden MaddenWent Went to post at 353 At post 1 minntc Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing IHOX 1OY worked his way up on the outside and finishing with a rush through the last eighth won going away KEY MAIt also finished fast and outstayed STILETTO The latter was much used in miing with POMEIIEXE and tired after taking the lead POME11EXK set the pace to the stretch and liilt FIFTH RACE 1 11G Miles Feb 3 1918 144 V5 3 92 Purse GOO 3yearolds and upvard Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt Ji Strain Jockeys Owners 0 H 0 P 40474 PLANTAREDE wr 4 104 5 2 4 lk li l W Taylor H AV Plant 5 5 5w 15000 WOODTH RUSH w 5 109 3 5 5 4 2 2 2 A Tryon D S Fountain S5 2 2w 10500 RHYMER w 0 101 1 1 3 t 4 = 33 3 G ManganH T Bangs 7 8 8w 40147PARABLE w 5 104 7 3 22 Sh 3 3i i 4 41 4s F AVilsoii Curb Stable 1 11125 1 13 1310474DICK 10474DICK BENSON w 10 101 4 7 O1 0 Oi Ol 5 = AV Jarrell J M Casanova 444 S5 45 40505IIIGH TIDE wn S 100 2077 53 5 0 AV Brown H AV Boyer 8 10 10 4 2 40491 TRAXBY wn P 102 0 4 1 2 7 7 7 E AtkinsrJ C Boggcss 4 5 5 2 1 1Time Time 20 14 120 147 154 Track slow 2 mntiiols paid Plantaredo 3070 straight 1110 phico 020 show Woodthrush 5 lioAv Uhymer 4iO show showEiiuivalent Eiiuivalent booking inlds Plantaredo 1735 to 100 straight 475 to 100 place 210 to 10 show AVood thrush 100 to KM place 105 to 100 show Khynior 115 to 100 siiow siiowWinner Winner H g by Gotoltod or Corgorita La Polona by Ainicius trained by II AV Plant bred in ranee by Mr Jules lariol Wont to post at 418 At post 1 minute Start poor and slow AVon easily second and third driv ng ILAXTAHEDE suddenly improved saved ground on all tb turns came close to the rail when on oiiiig tin stretch and won in a cantor AVOOI T1IIMSH raced on tho outside in tho final eighth then wirvod over to tho inside rail 1MIYMEK ran fairly well PAUAULE quit after forcing tho pace for he tlrst half HIGH TIDE and DICK PENSOX got caught in tho webbing when the barrier was sprung TUAXI5Y quit after sotting tho early pace paceIlantarodo Ilantarodo 2 pounds Tranby 1 SIXTH RACE 1 Mile March 23 1919 138 5 105 Purse 700 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 500 second 125 third 75 Index Horses AWtPPSt Str Kin Jockeys Owners O II 0 P S 04753GOR RUSSELLwn 10 102 4 5 4 11 41 31 lit AV Brown F A Whitney Whitney40354ATRNY 40354ATRNY MUIR w5 1 2 l k 3i 3 2 21 J FletcherJ H Baldwin Baldwin04473SALrATELLE 04473SALrATELLE w 5 107 7 4 21 1 I1 1 3 E AtkinsnD Raymond Ui447sMONOMOY 0147 = MONOMOY w 0 112 2 210400TEXAS 1 w 2 21 4 41 M MounfnC 1C Moore Mooret 10400TEXAS SPECIAL w 4 IOC 3 340I2CORYDON t 5 A Tryon T UmenKotter UmenKotter0s 40I2CORYDON n 5 107 r ri 0s O1 AV Jarrell C II SpraKii i I 04 54 OS3 3 LARIAT wi 7 5 7 0 0 0 k 7 7 F Wilson D S Fountain 3 31 31 75710 75710Time Time 27 54 118 147 Track slow 2 mutuols paid Gordon IJnssell 1030 straight 800 place 430 show Attorney Mnir 520 place 3CO show Salvatclle 420 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Gordon Ilussell S05 to 100 straigl t 300 to 100 place 115 to 100 show Utorncy Mnir 100 to 100 place SO to 100 show Salvatelle 110 t 100 siiow siiowWinner Winner 1 h by Marchmont II Tokalon by Tammany trailed by II AV Plant bred by Mr 7 AV idler idlerWent Went to post at 443 At post 2 minutes Start good and si w AVou driving second and third the lame COIIDOX RUSSELL close up from the start saved groi ml when entering the stretch and out taycd ATTOKXEY MUIK in a close finish The latter ran a good race and finished gamely SAL ATELLE raced into the lead on the backstretch lint ran wide on the turns and tired in the last eighth iIOXOMOY ran well to the stretch Some Enemies of Venemous [Venomous] Snakes SOME ENEMIES OF VENEMOUS SNAKES One hears stories of the remarkable combats of the Indian mongoose with venomous snakes in which little rikkitikkitavvi comes off victor The fact that the mongoose invariably survives has led to the suggestion that it is immune to snake poison Other animals said to be immune are the pig and the hedgehog The experiments of a British natural ¬ ist show that an animal of the dormouse family must be added to the list of the immune This animal is known as the lerot and is said to fight fiercely with vipers Large doses of vipers poison were injected into one lerot from which injection no ill effects followed On one occasion a lerot was biidly bitten in the eye by n viper and no signs i f iioisiming followed English Racing Dates For 1920 ENGLISH RACING DATES FOR 1920 Meetings Dates Days DaysNottingham Nottingham Spring Monday March 29 2 2Kempton Kempton Park Easter Monday April 5 1 1Newcastle Newcastle Spring Monday April 5 2 2Xewbury Xewbury Spring Friday April 9 2 2Xewmarket Xewmarket Craven Tuesday April 13 3 3Epsom Epsom Spring Tuesday April 20 2 2Xewmarket Xewmarket First Spring Tuesday April 27 4 4Chester Chester Tuesday May 4 3 3Kempton Kempton Park Spring Friday May 7 2 2Xewmarket Xewmarket Second Spring Tuesday Muy 11 3 3Manchester Manchester Whitsuntide Wednesday May 25 4 4Epsom Epsom Summer Derby and Oaks Tuesday TuesdayJune 1 1Xewbury June 1 Xewbury Summer Wednesday June 9 2 2Ascot Ascot Tuesday June 15 4 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Saturday March 20 1920 Fortysixth day Lower California Jockey Clu AAinter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Hose L AVing J W Coffrot Starter Harry Morrissey llacing Secretary A W Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p in Chicago time 400 400AfiKOn AfiKOn First Race 34 Mile Dec 20 191 xuuiiu iii 3 110 Purse 400 year olds and upward Claiming Net value winner 300 second G5 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odd OddInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4C404 4C404 = Don Jose 111 I5 C Duggan iOH 46454 Orchid King 110 2 AV Mclntyre 3101 4G405 Lazy Ben 110 3 J R Carter 2C10li 40468 Ariva 103 42 C Buell 7001 7001464783MargriteAV 464783MargriteAV 1145 = S Smith 1900H 46243 L Innocence 114 CU J Mulcahey tUlOl 46463 Nasledovati 110 1 B Pinnegar 45201 46495 Candelaria 114 S3 R Lowe 463353Stanley S 11C 0 J McBride 2SCO1 2SCO1fMutuel fMutuel field 2 mutuels paid Don Jose 300 straight 21 place 220 show Orchid King 200 place 2i show Lazy Iten 440 show showTime Time 24V5 48 l14j Track fast fastWinner Winner 11 Ripleys ch g 5 by Hallot Micaeh by Watercress trained by 11 Riploy bred by J G II Keene KeeneAVent AVent to post at 201 Off at once Stu good and slow Won easily second and thir driving drivingOverweights Overweights Lady Innocence 1 pound tfi 91 Second Race 34 Mile Dec 20 19 uoj iii3no Purse 400 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odd OddInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight404G3sLit 404G3sLit Princess 114 1 AAr Mclntyre 11701 40497 3Rochester 119 2t B Pinnegar 9101 404533RoyJohnnie 110 Si C Gross tr00l 40454 CoronaUo 110 4 = J Duggan 11001 40448Prosp Son 110 5J R Carter 46497 Jim Dudley 110 fi CJ E Smith COOll 40430 MIss Sedaliall4 7i AV Hinphy 270rl 46495 Jean K 109 S2 C McCorkle 3GOK 40403 Dr Kendall 111 93 G Archamblt 22COK 40313 Argento 110 10 S Smith 40403 Satala 114 11 A Morgan 21COK 21COKIMiituel IMiituel field 2 mutuols paid Little Princess 2540 straigh 1340 place 080 show Rochester 1100 placi 500 show Roval Johnnie S3 SO show showTime Time 24 48 11514 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner L Irbys ch m 5 by Peter Quince Little Oasis by ISelvidore trained by C Irby bred by 15 Viloy Son SonWont Wont to poit at 225 At post 4 minutes Star good and slow AVon driving second and third th same sameOverweights Overweights Satala 2 pounds A fiPJ 9 9 Third Race 34 Mile Dec 20 191 ± V JA iil 3 110 Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value t winner 300 second G5 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40490 = B A Jones 10S I G Archamblt 01 404 7Miss Mange 111 27 AV Hinphy 150H 40497 Mineral Jim 113 31 J McRrlde 1720K 40427 Ind Brigade 113 43 1 fulcahey 70lf 461893Mack ODay 110 R Lowe 7SOK 40507 Cobalt 113 G C Gross 4001C 2 mutuels paid IJ A Jones 800 straight 44 place 300 show Miss Manage 320 place 28 show Mineral Jim 580 siiow siiowTime Time 24 4SVs 114J Track fast fastAVinnor AVinnor J A Halls b g S by lilnos Zoll Knight by Freo Knight trained by J A Hall bred by Mr J AV Hinoto HinotoWent Went to ixjst at 251 Off at once Star good and slow AVon easily second and thin driving drivingOverweights Overweights Indian Prigade 2 pounds dfl O Fourth Race 1 Mile June 17 191 JU i 133 3 95 Purse S400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winae 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 46404 Coffield 100 1 G Arclmmblt 52010 40453 = Dewitt lOl 2s R Guy 1SO10 1SO104045S 4045S Divland 114 33 AV Ilinphy 195011 40408 Scarpia II 109 4k C Duggari 105010 40405ChoirMaster 109 5i C McCorkle 10010 46408 Mex 109 0 C Buell 202010 46511 Ben Payne 114 7s II Tullett 7SIXMO 40451 Cicely Kay 99 S E Smith 42010 2 mutuels paid Coffield 1240 straight i2l place 300 show Dewitt 300 place 320 show Divliind 420 show showTime Time 24 49y5 lU i l4215 Track fast fastWinner Winner C IJ Daniels b jr 4 by Modred Zirl by Sain trained by R II Daniels bred by Mr C 15 Daniels DanielsWent Went to post at 310 Off at once Stan bad AVon driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Cicely Kay 3 pounds Dewitt 2 dR 9t rifth Race 1 Mile June 17 19H yUU i 138 3 95 The Stake Trial Han dicap Purse 500 Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40208 AVar God 133 I1 D Connelly 6010 601046480Mister 46480Mister Markl07 2 = C Gross 34010 4 6337 Freedom ins 37 J Duggan 72010 7201046336aTake 46336aTake Schas 111 4 AV Mclntyre 205010 46336 Jack Reeves 100 5 E Smith 155010 459 0 Clara Martin 100 C II Tullett 19COKH 2 mutuols paid War Cod 320 straight 281 idaco 240 show Mister Mark 200 place 281 show Freedom 280 show showTime Time 24 49 114 14014 Track fast fastv v inner Pro ixs Stable b g 5 by Iliclo IVhora by X sturtiiim trained by W 0 Aivcll hrod by Headly Miller MillerWont Wont to pi it at 341 Off at once Start Kood and slov Won easily second and third liriving lirivingOverweights Overweights Freedom 2 pounds Jack Reeves li Clara Martin 2 1 9 sxtl Race 1 Mile Juno 17 191 u j 138 3 95 Purse 400 3year jlds and upward Claiming Net value to winne 5300 second C5 third 35 35Eijulv Eijulv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 10480 Sam Hill 100 I1 G Archamblt SOOlOC lC4 BLoroni Moss 112 2 AV Hinphy 150101 16407 AV AVnrbler 114 3 H Tullett 7000100 7000100105IHPAV 105IHPAV Turnbow 110 41 V Hunt 3If0lC 10407 Bon Sante 109 5 C Gross 2 ° 010 1 64 6439i 39i Double Aan 10 0s AV Mclntyre 12tO10i J 64 98 Baby Sister 109 7 J Duggoil 22001W 22001Wyj yj mntuol paid Sam Hill SOI straight 340 340d d S340 show Lorona Mo s 300 place 300 300iliow iliow AVator Warbler 1120 show showlime lime 5 49 114 141 Track fast fastAVinnor AVinnor F J Oltourkes b g 5 by Solitaire I Proniorhafon by Samlriiigham trained by J Uadlor bred by Mr Adolph P Sprockets SprocketsWont Wont to post at 407 Off at onco Start ood and slow Won easily second and third Iriving IrivingOverweights Overweights Double Aan 2 pounds R f 9 R Seventh Race 58 Mile Jan 8 191G 004D 59397 Purse 5400 3year lds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second G5 third 33 33Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40408 J D Sugg 114 ink c Duggan 000100 6465 = Reilloc 114 22 E Smith 570lCo 6361 TemDuncan 114 AV Mclntyre 54CO100 0388 Ivanmist 109 4i C McCorkle 8S20100 r46450GraysFve 110 53J E McGowan 490100 46402 Review 10B K AV Hinphy JS20100 6408 Ev Harriganioa 7 = G Archamblt t t46333Move 46333Move On 101 8 = Hayward t t46315C 46315C the AVay 100 fl3 C Gross 100100 04 08 3 Little Jake 110 103 J McBride 700100 70010046435lKe 46435lKe Mills lie 11 B Pinnegar t tfMntuel fMntuel field 2 mutuels paid J D Sugg 1400 straight SCO lace 500 show Reilloc 100 place 100 show empy Duncan 1540 show showTime Time 23 i 48 101 Track fast AVinner J Eckerts br h 7 by Howling Green Erla dOr by Pursebearer trained by J Eckert ired by Mr C I Campbell CampbellWent Went to post at 432 At post 1 minute Start ood and slow AVou driving second and third ho same Overweights Review 5 pounds Move on 0 General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY General Weather Forecast The Oklahoma storm will move northeastward across the Great Lakes region accompanied by general precipitation and strong shifting winds along its track followed by somewhat colder weather Settled conditions how ¬ ever will not ensue for any considerable period because of the presence of a second disturbance in the far northwest northwestA A Warsaw dispatch says that bolshevik attacks have been launched against the Polish line at scat ¬ tered points along a front of approximately 400 miles and the longplanned spring attack by the Russian soviet armies apparently has been com ¬ menced While the bolshevik have made small advances at some places despite the desperate re ¬ sistance of the Poles the latter have been holding the enemy in check in most sections say official statements The reds have been compelled to re ¬ treat from several newly acquired positions along the front but fighting still continues the soviet troops using heavy artillery tanks armored cars and other apparatus captured from General Deiiikim on the south Russian front Most severe fighting took phi Tuesday gn the PolesianPodoli front near the Galician frontier the bolshevik concen ¬ trating their attacks on this sector iu an effort to capture Ilovno an important railroad center and KamenetzPodolsk a city highly prized because of its strategic importance Farther north hi the region of Kzeeycza and Kalonkowitz northeast of Mazir the enemy took several small villages which were recovered by the Poles after a days fighting Heavy engagements are also reported in tin vi ¬ cinity of Xaslava southeast Iovno and StaroKon stantinov where the reds attempted to cross the Slutch river East of KamenetzPodolsk the battle is still going on both sides using artillery and bringing up reenforcements Some crack bolshevik divisions are in line along this sector and cavalry is being used Rovno is particularly valuable to the Poles as through it runs the only railroad by which supplies can be shipped to the army along the southeastern front In their drive against this city on Tuesday the bolshevik hurled two divisions into tlio battle in an attempt to outflank the Poles Handtohand fighting ensued in villages just to the east of the Slutch river and the enemy was finally compelled to retire He resumed the onslaught however and the struggle is still going on in tins vicinity of Kubar and Ostropol where in spite of their use of heavy artillery in preparation for their assault the reds have not succeeded in crossing the Slutch In sectors where the Poles have repelled the soviet hordes they have found great heaps of bridgebuilding materials which were brought up in preparation for crossing several streams that flow along the front Northeast and cast of Kamenetz Podolsk near the Dniester river the bolshevik have been using their heaviest guns and apparently have made slight gains having captured the village of Mohilev not the important city of the same name several days ago agoThe The new German cabinet reconstructed as the result of AVednesdays ncgotations will be headed by Giistav Itaiier the present premier accordini to the Morning Post It gives the list of the re ¬ modeled ministry as follows Premier Gustav Itauer vice chancellor and minister of justice Dr Schiffer minister of foreign affairs Dr Herman Mueller minister of the interior Herr Koch min ¬ ister of defense Herr Gessler minister of finance Capt Fisher Cuno minister of the treasury Ilerr lioltz minister of transport Dr Hell minister of labor Herr Sclilike minister of reconstruction Ilerr Silbcrschmidt minister of economy Dr Schmidt minister of posts and telegraphs Herr Giesberts and minister without portfolio Dr Edward David The ministers not in the old cabinet are Herr Gessler who is mayor of Xuremberg Captain Ciiuo who is the director of the HamburgAmerican Steamship Company Ilerr loltz and Ilerr Silber schmidt who is the leader of the builders trade union The newspapers generally do not appear to be satisfied with the makeup of the cabinet espe ¬ cially the Socialist organs which consider that the coarse of events has entitled them to expect i strong leaning to the left in the governments pol ¬ icy The appointment of Captain Cuno is particu ¬ larly displeasing to them he being regarded as a member of the right rightThe The German government has reached a definite agreement with the workmen in the Hnhr Aalley where the general strike has been paralyzing in ilustry and where hostilities between soldiers and workers have been in progress for several days past according to news reaching French semi ¬ official circles yesterday from Kerlin The bases if the agreement the advices state are as follows Formation of a workmens army charged with maintaining order Remodeling of the cabinet with labor union participation Disarmament of the troops which took part in the recent coup detat Passage of laws for social reform and the carrying uut of administrative reforms Socialization of the mines particularly the coal mines and the potash workings Dissolution of counterrevolutionary for ¬ mations Improvement of the food supply system All the majority parties it is declared have ac epted the conditions under which the government loes not consider it will be necessary to form i new industry believing a few changes will suffice The dispatches represent the majority parties as jf the belief that a new reactionary movement is not impossible They point out that General von Seecht has failed to disarm the Hnltie troops which ire still concentrated a few miles from Iterlin un Dntch officials claiming to know the real finan ial condition of former Emperor William of Ger uany are greatly amused at various reports ema lating from Iterlin to the effect that AVilliam gave nonetary support to the reactionary revolt of March 13 In reality the former emperor is virtually u oor man an official told the Associated Press yes erday There is a luiestion whether he has enough uaiey to pay Count Ientinck owner of the castle it Amerongen where William has been staying since November IHS what lie owes him According to mother official familiar with inside negotiations iiMwoin AVilliam of Iluhenzollern and the Dutch gov rnmint since the formers arrival ii Holland Wil iam has throughout displayed anything but a heroic ittitude So anxious has lie been to secure Hollands irolfctionhe has been glad from the start to give i dodge not to participate in political intrigues t is said this pledge lias been renewed but whether he renewal was written or oral officials dccliius to ay It is known however that it was originally nil nilMaj Maj A A Dalrymple was ordered yesterday by ediral Judge Carpenter to return several gallons f liquor which his agents seized in a raid February Februarywithout without taking out search warrants The liquor HIS the property of George F Dallinan a roomer IKIVI thi Merry Widow saloon owned by Mrs osephiiiu Parron at 0135 South Halsted street ml according to tho petition which he filed iu the istrict court Ills room was entered and the liquor liken during a raid on the cafe The liquor ordered Iturncd consists of one case of champagne port ini and whisky Tho petition filed by Attorney rnncis Itorrelli stated the liquor was seized vithout ne process and in violation of the constitutional iglits of the owner and therefore was not legally old by Dalrymple Dallman took the matter before ommissionor L F Mason February 27 anil when 10 commissioner learned the circumstances he sout soutletter letter to Maj Dalrympli ordering the liquor to i returned When this was not done the petition as filed before Judge Carpenter CarpenterFour Four years hence will see the completion of the roatcst iniderriver highway in the world a Huil m river tunnel to cost 28009000 if plans just ftepted by the Xew York state bridge and tunnel mimissionor are adopted by both Xew York and ew Jersey A charge of 41 cents for motor cars ml 25 cents for horsedrawn vehicles using the innel will bring enough revenue it is estimated i pay for fhe project in eleven years The capacity C the new Hudson tunnel will be more than 15000 1 vehicles a year according to Clifford M Holland signer Twin tubes 8500 feet long will be built om Canal Spring and AVest streets Manhattan i Twelfth street in Jersey City Princes Sixtus and Francis of ItourbonParma nd their sister former Empress Zita are visitors i Aienna and this fact was made the subject of nn iterpellation in tho national assembly the goveru ent being asked if it was in a position to expel icui The motion claimed their presence In Vii nui paused political unrest and suspicion Prince ixtus claims protection of the French mission hile Prince Francis takes a similar position with 10 liclglan representatives and the government was iked if it was prepared to make proper representa ons to Kraiico to secure their removal The House yesterday afternoon passeil the ICalm solution calling upon the President to state hat will be the policy with regard to the Ameri in military forces now in Germany Page 4 Havana Entries and Past Performances for Friday, March 26. Havana Entries and Past Performances for Friday March 26 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK SLOW Tlio figures tinder the heading Roc in tho entries below show tlio best time of ouch liorso at tho distance since January 1 1917 no matter where it finished In cases where record xvas made on other than a fast or good track abbreviations show track conditions Racing shirts it 230 p in Chicago time 200 Superior mini rimiior X Good mini runner runnerJ J Fair mutl rumicr M Maidens Apprciiticc Apprciiticcallowance allowance allowanceFirst First Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3vcarolds 3vcarolds Maidens Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 21 1117 105 If 5 1 02 02Jnd Jnd 1 Horse Wt Rec A WtHan Vtl Ian 15470 170 Lucie May 112 107 107X725 107X7255715s 15375 5715s Donatcllo Ill lOSf 101 720 720IS1I M5IS1I IS1I Virgio lAi 110 lOSVf 10 103 715 575 DIie Flyer 102 110 118 711 711Kill Kill Herself 115 ll sf 101 705 705Mil Mil 18 Ixster 103 1011 103 705 11 lAcnrack 1071OM 108X700 108X700Second Second Race 31 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 8 1520 111 5 102 Savona M 10S 115 4 10 1 725 Passion 101 113 7 107X720 Naoini Walton 107 113 Jf 5 107X715 Cafeteria M 107115 4 104 710 Golden Red M 5 111 705 Viidu Belle M 111 115 5 107 701 Frederick Miller 111 114 7 101 700 Third Race 34 Mile Mile3ycarolds 3ycarolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 8 1120 111 15 102 KM17 = Kiicore 112 8 105X72 4I55032 Peaceful Star Ill l12h 7 101X72 KilIO3 Punctual 13 113 5 513X715 15171 = Helen Atkiu 107 112 5 101x715 15131 Skeer Face 103 112 7 107X715 Ind Horse Wt Ree AWtHai 45351 Delancey 108 112 7 101X71 451815 May Maulsby 102 l13f 5 101 71 71K54SS3 K54SS3 Burllngame 101 112 5 103X71 103X714I54713 4I54713 Juiil 115 l136 i 108X71 45457 Railbird 117 113 4 103X70 115421s Zoie li5 113 4 103 70 45175 Whippoorwill 110 l12f 5 108X70 108X70Fourth Fourth Race 1 Mile 50 Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record March i 1118 141 5 117 45431 45431s s Hod William Ml8 145 4 104 72 724I54K 4I54K Little Buss 105 144 5 10S72 K55023 Zinnia 103 144 5 111X71 451511 = Maxims Choice 112 1 43 103 X7H 45501 Wild Thyme 103 144 i M17H 15501 Brer Fox M 4 101 70 15502 Ben Butler M 4 101X70 45511 Shiro r 10S70 Ui353 Frank Keogh 107 141 5 liJ7 i iFifth Fifth Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Clahiiing ClahiiingTrack Track record March 23 1111 138 5 105 105II5I30 II5I30 MINERAL 57 72 H54S3 Sea Prince 102 140 101 71 151510 = Baidora 112 l52j h 10SX71 10SX71115S2 115S2 Hush 103 71 4550 550 Major Bradlev KM 141 101X71 K51K8 5 IKS Drusilla S 51 l 141 8ll 51170 1531 Sentry 101 101Sixth Sixth Race 1 18 Miles 4 yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrad Trad record Jan 18 1120 l50fc li 105 45120 Solid Rock 105 152 f 7 102i725 455 52 The Talker 101 155 4 lii720 lii720li 41505 Silver Sandals Sandals4550ir li 52X715 52X715i 4550ir Rcy Knnls i 102X715 102X715lit 45 151 3 5 real Gull lit 152 5 105X715 405015 Zodiac jKIS 151 If 51 102X710 45120 Iuck Nail 107 152 S 101X705 45120 Little Nearer 105 151 11 105x700 The small figure under Str shows the distance tho horse was ahead of that next in tho raco Tho mil nil figure under Fin unless tho horse won shows the number of lengths tho horse was behind tho winner Weight to bo carried appear at top of column of weights in previous race j Tho M after tbo horses name mecns Maiden Havana Jockey Percentages. JIAVAXA TOCIvIJY Kroni January 1 lOJi to ai At or Over Jockey JockeyCrooks Wt Mis 2d 3d Crooks W 112 7 0 1 Carmody J 04 01 Itrediu X 0 0 Murrav T 10S 130 130 Pickens A 105 333 53 48 Chiavetta F 102 211 42 30 Kederis J 105 218 25 30 Ha rues 10 103 143 31 20 Wilson F 100 52 8 2 Carncr II 102 200 21 27 Lux F 58 105 15 20 Fa lor K 103 123 14 IS Brown W 103 152 15 17 Mangan G 102 SO 8 11 Gargan AV 110 215 25 24 Finley A 105 142 13 15 15H Woods L 85 132 H 17 Hunt F JO 122 15 15 Jarroll W 52 117 11 13 Fletcher J 53 78 7 8 Conway J 105 S3 MeCraim R 105 254 Connors J 111 153 Tryon A 100 123 llauer J 112 35 Mountain M Jockey Mts 1st lineman K 15 14 llofflcr J 55 5 Collins A 4112 32 3221U Corey G 21U 21 Wingfield IS 110 8 122 S 1enalver J Bovd II Atkinson K Ball IS Taylor W Miller C De Mayo E Garrigan C Long 1 White C Ielz J G Kregor A Franklin I Anderson M Hirst C Watson C Collins X Garcia A Peterson IS Schlesslnger M First Race [1st Havana] FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs 3ycarolds Maidens Claiming Jan S4 1917 105 5 102 Indies Course Dint TlmeTckOdd Wt St 4 Htr Fin Jockeys Started Order of Flnlj LUCIE MAY b f 3 M 107 By King James Belle of Oakley by Himyar HimyarTrainer Trainer R D Carter Owner N K Beal 10470 I In van i 51 f 111 slop 2 Jl 1 1 1 2 k 0J F Hunt 8 FFavor AmliMor III Felicidad iiilSU Huvan i 5J f lOSfust 2 103 1 14i72 1 1 1 i 2 A Iickeis 5 Ilerron Haran Mineral 4i72 Havan 1 5i f l10slov 21 3 2 2 I 21 F Hunt 0 Nor liello MIradley OLiilard 4i92 Ilavan i 51 f 107 fast S5 1C7 1 145S10 2 3 2 1i W Brown S ISylonian SmallStonc IIIetlicr 45S10 Havani 5J f 107 fast ICG 2 2 2 2 1 W Brown 10 Superior PI Heather Virtrielee 45711 Havana 5S l01good S 105 fi fi454SCllavant One Si A Pickens l Orleans Girl Polar Cub Uuhy 454SCllavant 5J f l07fast 110 3 3DONATELLO 1 1 1 2 = A Pickens J First Consul VirgieLee llotFoot DONATELLO br g 3 M 104 By Horron Mollie by Kilkerran Trainer J T Ireland Owner J T Ireland 4n7i Havana Dl f l08HfaKt 45 1W 1 i jut yt T Murray 8 Sea Prince yinrTee 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fi C fi G 4s H MeCrnn Can Light Salratelle Monomoy 40012 Havana 1 11G l17ffast 31 110 5 fi G fi fi3 G31 F Hunt 7 Solid Kock Assumption Chilluin 45219 Havana 1 31G l59fast 109 143 2 I1 U G Apel C Flyllome AVdllmish JAVKlein 4503 Havana 1 18 l53 ifast 5 K77 3 4 4 2 2 11 G AIK 7 Fly Home Ellison Pill Ilunley 45149 Havana 1 1lfi l52T slow 5 113 f S 8 S 72 7 T Tilclntyre S Hill Ilunley OMalley J Healey 45022 Havana 1 11G l4Gfast 2J 111 2 5 5 5 31 3i R Ball 8 OMalley D of Shelby Zodiac General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY Owing to the heavy rate of exchange the Ameri ¬ can Kailwiiy Express Company will require all ship ¬ ments destined to points in Canada to be sent pre ¬ paid after April 14 it was announced yesterday Company officials say this action is necessary be ¬ cause the Canadian dollar is now worth only 8 cents They point out that during tin last few weeks the company has lost fourteen cents on every dollar of express charges when collection was made in Canadian funds fundsAnthracite Anthracite operators began yesterday the presenta ¬ tion of compromise offers to the subscale com ¬ mittee of the Inited Mine AVorkcrs in conference in Xev York on a new wage scale for the hard coal fields The millers have concluded explana ¬ tions of their demands which included a sixhour day This demand is expected to meet with much opposition from tin operators operatorsWilliam William Yaneey Mills 30 years old a ne ro was sentenuced to be hanged Aiiril 1 by Indue Kersten after a motion for a new trial had been denied He was convicted of the murder of Anthony Hrizzo lara a fruit dealer at AAest Van Kuren iid South AVells streets and Izadore Gonski a tailor in tin same nciirliborhflod Poth men were found dead in thoir places of business October 11 11The The note of the United States cxpressiu its view on the proposed settlement of the Turkish lUfstion has been forwarded to the allied premiers Seirelary of State Colby announced yesterday yesterdayThe The 1nited Status has issued an ultimatum to Germany that supplies will be held up in the event of promiscuous outbreaks of disorder said an cxchairf telegraph dispatch from Berlin to London yesterday Racing Dates For 1920 RACING DATES FOR 1920 1920Cuba Cuba American Jockey and Auto Club Havana Cuba CubaNovember November 27 11J to March US 1020 110 days daysMutuiIs MutuiIs and books Lower California Jockey Club Tijuana Mcx McxKegtnniiig Kegtnniiig January 21 and continuing for 100 or ormore more days Mtttuels MtttuelsSouthern Southern Maryland Agricultural Association Prince Gcorgo Park Powie Md MdApril April 1 to April 15 IS days Mutuels llarford Agricultural and Hreeders Association Havre de Grace Md MdApril April Hi to April 30 IS days Mutuels Kcntiickv Jockey Club Lexington Ky KyApril April Il to May 5 10 days Mutuels Maryland Jockey Club Pimlico Md MdMay May I to May IS ITi days MutuclK Kentucky Jockey Club Churchill Downs Louis ¬ ville Ky KyMay May S to May 1 days Mutuels Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L L LMay May 1 to May 2 7 days Oral Ontario Jockey Club AVoodbine Park Toronto Out OutMay May L2 to May 20 7 days Mutuels Montral Driving Club Delontnicr Park Montreal jne jneMay May 2 to May 20 7 days Mutuels Westrhester Racing Association Hclmotit Park Jucens L L LMay May to June 12 IS days Oral Dorvsil Jockey Club Dorval Park Montreal Quo QuoJune June 1 to June S 7 days Mutuels Kentucky Jockey Club Latonia Ky KyJune June U to July 7 31 days Mutuels Montreal Jockey Club Hints Honnuts Montreal jue jueJune June 10 to June 17 7 days Mutuels Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L L LJune June 14 to June 21 0 days Oral Coiinanglit Park Jockey Club Coiinaught Park Ottawa Out OutJune June 1 to June 25 7 days Mutuels Queens County Jockey Club Aqueduct L L LJune June 24 to July 13 17 days Oral Niagara Racing Association Fort Krie Out Juno 1HJ to July C 7 days Mutuels Hamilton Jockey Club Hamilton Out OutJuly July 8 to July 15 7 days Mutuels Empire City Racing Association Yonkcrs N 1 1July July 11 to July l Hi days Oral Windsor Jockey Club Windsor Out OutJuly July 17 to July IH 7 days Mutuels Montreal Driving Club Delorimier Park Montreal ue ueJuly July 17 to July ll 7 days Mutuels Kenilworth Park Jockey Club Keiiilworth Park Windsor Out OutJuly July 27 to August 3 7 days Mutuels Saratoga Racing Association Saratoga Springs NY NYAugust August U to August 31 25 days Oral Niagara Racing Association Fort Krie Out OutAugust August 5 to August 112 7 days Mutuels Hamilton Jockey Club Hamilton Onti OntiAugust August 14 to August il 7 days Mutuels Windsor Jockey Club AVindsor Out OutAugust August 25 to September 1 7 days Mutuels AVestchester Racing Association Kelmont Park Queens L L LSeptember September 2 to September 15 12 days Oral Montreal Jockey Club Plue Honnets Montreal Que September 4 to September 11 7 days Mutuels Dorval Jockey Club Dorval Park Montreal Que QueSeptember September 14 to September 21 7 days Mutuels Queens County Jockey Club 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