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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY. MAY 31. lflOO.
ABE GAHN'S VERIFY
WON THE MEMORIAL.
His Crushing Iinpot-t ami the
Heavy floiiijr I'm Yellow
Tail Out of It.
TRIADITZA RAN SECOND.
Doctor Pave Defeated Kni-soll II in
a Close Finish Sam Phillips
Galloped Over La .lose-
pliino ami Algol.
Alio Calm's Verify raptured the Slemorial
.'andlcap at the Fair Grounds yctrrdav.
The track was very muddv. which just
suited Verify. Tom Ncpper's spe. ly Hlly
Trlarfitza broke in front nnii opened up a
Rap of thro lengths, going the lirst half
mil. At this stage It looked a though she
was going to make a runaway race of It.
hut when Verifj came and collated Jit an
ichth out. Nepper's filly hail nothing left
a ill save tip the struggle.
Yell.m Tail was badly handicapped by th
eundition ,f the .tiaclc. He a'Mi haii tno
much v.eignt up -pi never cut anv figure
In the ra; af'rr being cut off un thr st.ible
turn. Ed L. the horse that heat Yellow T.ill
th- other day. started in the Slemor'al and
:inihed third, four lengths hack of Ttl
ndltza. Charlie Wilson's mare Fires!,!., tan
I-.urth. Fireside wen the .Memorial last
x oar for the late C o Slaffitt John Huff
man's Van Hocrcb-ke. an ad.itd starter, iln
ishil last lellow Tail sot up just in time
to heat him a head
Sam M tllip?, J. V Schorr's great 3-year-old,
cvptriereed little troul le -.inning from
I-a Josephine and Algol in the fif h All
hands seetnid to be aware of the fact that
Algol did net fancy the mud. bur nobody
k ,rii- anything almut S.ir.i '.'hilhpii" . .:i
t to n-cotiat. ihe Rotas. It was : c ilf
i!r-t start on a heavv trak hiiu . wa hi
trainer. Oeorce V. jlker. was laincr n.ir
rathe alioiit adviin h! fri-rds to hack
Tlie r(.-.-jit of the race was fry pleains
to the follower's of the Schorr stable They
hack.il Sam I'hillijs as though h- had al
ready demonstrated that he was a mudlark
of the !lr.t caliber, and the colt justtiod
thfir conhdence in him b wlnnintT in a
frallop. AIroI ran in tront for a half mile.
then tired in the soin and li.-ished a poor
third to r.a Jos.-plilr.e, a cheap stMns
The bis surprise of the attcrnocn was
the defeat of Olnrlij KUI'oc s cor.l-tent
horse. Itus-fil l . b) Do.tor C.ie. !n the
tnird eent Ilu.-,.,! i:.. on the strength of
his recent food form, was ziuiCe a sjoiik
favorite at odd on Doctor Ca. his con
queror, was an outsider in the b.-tti.n; lie
show id Eon-.o spied in his first s.art of trie
mectin?. but ran a ioor race under Jockev
"Tip" ilclntyre in his I,s- stir'. His sud
dtn improcm..:its jt-snrd.iy provoked a ju
dicial Jnvcfttdt.on. v.hi. h re-ulted in a
ruling to tlie e.Tct that Mclntjre would
i permuted n.. lonscr to take mount at I
tl e track. The ra.-e nits tr ct;- a two-h.ir t I
rtu ir. me nrsi two iiiiicnin hta.Js apart.
Jlfien lengths in front of the otitis.
Musket, a lor.5 ?hot. went through in the
r-i-imiu cir.i jienei jaci; was th- tavorif.
io 'lSke. rwVun'lt'L'L''.1!' l""-',"
ti? '.S , pounds the b. hors in
me KoJrir. and went to th(. tron when
. j.i. or .-i- 11, e lenities in irnrt m nr.
jukc 01 tne tavo. ani lomped home tno
l'r.pths before the favon e. Hifflel was
off badly, and had a ro-rii passjge K-ttini
throuch the field.
Xed Wioke-4 g.ilicpe.1 over hl. field In th
elcstng event. Harrie I".ind. on-' of the
post tnvorite.s. howev.i. ua., leit at the
po-t. Had slip joKtn cff. thete mntht h.iVe
been another strry to tell i;as;..r Card vns
off none to., well, and made up his ground
ton eirlv. The winrer broki nell and raced
away from hls.,;i lvirs on the back sdreteh
He had eisht lennths the hot of Kast.r
fa id at the head of the -.tretch. and beat
canritn thre l.rtrtlis at the e:,d. Zaneito
losed Jtronc and took second raonev front
Ka.ter Card, hands down. Urn. r 'Anton
finished next to last. V.'ipitins also ran a
jioor race. He li not near rlKht. John Huff
man's Onondaga mare Kulalle howd a
lot of preliminary speej. hut ni'tr.l badly
at the end. ar.d finished av.ay Lck.
I'nlr C.rotim.M lntrles.
np-t race. .. lhrit, thi- fourths n.l:
4V Aunt MESEi .. ..! 1 t4 I-h J-v.l
4. Necklace .... to 43 ;en Laa
47 0-tr pi;, foil Fox ' ;
4. note ire- 1.S.1 ,; n..rtchoe vii.
fl The Lljrtit 10: l
31 lacan llulhall ...l.'J ,
Second race, pitr.e. tlvr-clshthm mile
M n.rys 10i 41 Air fa-ip. .
41 Frtnrhle pu 1 (-,l) Ann M.n.-k
, J.f;M:" ". 1-" Annie .
11 t lonta . ... 113 1
Third race, putse. wi,r. etchtus mj-
71 Found 1 3 (7u.de i'i
! Greene. k .ll , l lion Cnaiivellrr" mi
Fourth race, FMllr.st. ..ne mile:
.! ".n j;lan,,r - 1. !?) IeI Urlrade SI
(.") Llvadla ...:. . Pen U- Uar 101
Jlcrri. Vo.mr.. St' CO Van II or-bek- 'i
a Laureate 1 . 7 Lord Seville m
. Myth . 1 ils ,
Fifth race. eer.lnE. fifi nni ore half furlong.
J Jlltt n-ivkin . IJ) j . SuearOite u
.. Banralore .uj .. j)T j.t !(. ,:;
. Ilarney aaI .. .13j I . Otreftr.trai. ir,
tM ilajdlne . ,.11, .. JL-iitot "..'133
CI motion Mant .. 1 tatt.edral .. , 13.
Iiemozetta ..1311 . . Arr.&lee ... ,J
f-.xth rare. slln s. oo mre -nd twenty yardi.
". P.ound Turn . .ij; ;c I-acemater 111
Kam!. ii"i eT no...., , ..
51 7S,rx IneciOilta I" 4 4 Wocd.ut " . 107
I i!?,, m , t; "" r'elds . .111
. v'hal.f's1.... "J" ?.'1T.. "I
2 liright NUht . n
CiX'sn,oina ... i
first nieeHcr..f hM Tobac.-,,. S" klcce The
Second Racn AUrd Schk. nrlta. Kocrv.
Third Jlace Found. Guide Itoek Oreenrn k
I ourth Itace laureate. Hudt ItitKade. Ljvi-
Flfih Rare May-dine 4'hte.e.traiv 11 Haltcn
fcixth IUt e ilricht Nlrht Mieieiv I'icemaker.
Ill'. IVVItlvH V IIWDlCAl'.
Flliuous Mnro Won IlrunklMi 1'eittiirc
rrum Kliilrv VIn.-U.
New Vorl.. 5Ia S-J-A hoildav crowd of
rpcord-breakiiiK proportions stood up and
cheered with the wildest enthusiasm as the
preat mare. Imp, galloped home in frunt In
the Parkw-av Handicap at Gravex-nd t-i-fiay.
I"uII ij.vv) people wire present The
J'arkw-av tlandlcap was the feature of the
card Imp was tho favorite at to .. w hilo
Kinley Mac!., th' Crook! v n handicap tur
ner harntu.e and Survivor all cot steady
play at around 3 to 1 O'foni.or took Imp
to the front at once and set the pj e
f'harenlus ran lapped with h-r around tho
first turn and up the back stretch, with
the others trailing. A. the founded the
far turn O'Connor let out a rap on Imp. and
in a dozen strides she was two lengths In
front Survivor moved up lpto second nlace
and Kinley Mark was fourth. When
stra.ghtrned out for the run home O'Con
nor attain took hold of Imp arid the "black
maro crossed the line, hard held, two
lengths to the (rood. In 1:4-;. a record for
the track. Kinley Mnck. was four lonsWiw
in front or survivor Khn i...... 'i.rrn... ..
head for third money.
Ilrst race, hu-dle handicap mile and three-
good digestion; sound sleep; a
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are some of the results of the use
of Tutt's Liver Pills. A single
dose will convince you of their
wonderful effects and virtue.
A Kiiovn Fact.
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bilious feyer, piles, torpid liver
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Fair Association spring meeting. Twelfth racing d.-i) , Wednesday. Ma) 3" Weather
Clear, track muddy.
.. Hft race. purse $., 3- ear-olds and upward, s.lllng six furlongs
si i ;
in: I J
. rw . .
M irie i; Itrown...
,l!uln- HII-v- .
Ml. nt PH. ad
, Armani . . .
... '-'art K.-T.1 on itrltlnir. ro.n.J hiudllt Vltnr J. N Mtlh'r S. ' l. t.. 3. I.v ISiIruw in -l-l-
Ii V inner was well ridden, but nil to I utl- to still ofl Ilri.un ruh at tlm-n Hill
lai. Us rare nietla 01,1 not tik kind! to the ir-fig Kubv ISIIej tired
7in-- n. .ii4. c.. it"., lilCij.
I'.fit t ininut.j'.
AQ Second race, purse i .t-j.-ar-olds
-- ftl.l Jack
'i llietrn I'.irtrr ..
: .s.ui:. ij. ....
l jKlcifidikr (Juivn
. ..1 1-: 1
Stirt coed. Wen e.Kfd un. Sfcord 1,-tndilr
nkl-aiiln imp 1'na r.un Mufkn inucli the lt
J.a2.a!' .ul l tlnlh. Abu'lve lcre.l rtronc afte
Iltlle.l vft la Hy.
Timi ;v,. :;;t,, 1 &. 1.1S l:i, ;.lt'
lc-t 4 ininuli.
Tiiird raoe. imrse l. Z-ear-oals
41 I.i tflr Pave
.'! "IfJlfell I: .
to Mr I-hlllp Sidney.. 10. ( 1
j Xan Iora M :
i Jl.ti i.,nn?. 1 tA. 1
I wt h ;. I ti J . I SL j
1 hi s y ii 41 I r
.j 101 I s It 7M. 1 Jnki
., Ill 1 7". tno! i ) 4'
I tl ! M mi S 1 I -
I If 4 Inn 4nk 3 i' .
.' K i s ;3 , 31. t i '. 1
: l'i It l.mo 11 " I II ! W I
-, j . i" it 11 j-
i"4 s p . .-.' 1 :j 1 1 is
(, 411 n, I . t s1 ' 11
sta.l Ei. n rld.kn out. i.cran.1 eailj V llr-r Kt!h i- ratfn's b e.. 3. 1 line. IteRJlU
, 1"" 'I l tm Cae rat: an lmrrot.dric.-nnd rvldentl HRf the coins Ituu It I.al
no xi-u The others w In th.ir own wi. Nan Dora ULoicd badl in th4 heavy Koine.
lur.e -0. isi3i jvii,, .4 ., ,.8- laii. ix.
I o 1 minute.
fi'tirlh race. .Memorial Handicap. Jl.
.,' Ill 1 6
.1 11 I J
zi . . . .
i) V-eHovv Tall . .
'M Van Hoortbcke
Jtart sisitl Won clev.-rlv icord same Wirier A i "aim's rh k. i. by Vlctorv Uonnl."
I.127I, erliy mbs much the het honi. and gw he ileawl iellovt Tall had no . hanre after
t nc -not rf b.illv on nat.le turn. Tnadltra t.akcneil badly at the ted. Eu I lias Ijeen
ui.,! tid van iiiHjr. l-elte stiowd rptt-d
Ttire-i't. l! :jl. :41,. l:lirft.
1'eyt 4 minuter.
- Filth race, purse JtiD, 3-ear-oIds
.. I '.
.'! Sam Phlllu.s
I ii i :
Ii I., .to-ephlne..
:::".::.l w !
?tirt coo.1. Won cleveily. nmnl ime. Winter J V Schorr's cb e. 3. by 't. l'liiian La
Jo' lime sam i'hilllp. Is un-U'tilitfd'v a nt-ela raie hore. t.f n-xoilatert tin Mn; like a
K ol 'eiudlatk and jlmylv tnv..i ttiIo Iilsc rield. Aowl never toald tun in the mud. La Juiephlm.
vs. the .ontrarj. In at er be-t In It. llihul ..'i'.ciascd.
ii-i- l. -t' :3;a.. .;i'.:, i.O). 1:174, ij, i-jj.
1 ot 1 uitiiute.
JO Sixth race, purs Z S-year-oIds and upward. eH!nr; six furlonss:
i-.i ' nonm:.-!. wt ; ; jlv j s. w jke.. oincw n
:. 'X.d WicV'i.. .., 1W 3 1 1 . ..'. V V ,.Mnn. i !S' 1 , 3
s -i'netto Ill 3 r r ... 3" '. Kl:e.1v .. , la Ji fi
37 ..'-'t.y Oar.l I 111 . f 4', . ., r 31 itttltt- 6-5 1,3-3
9 TsomUm- fS , 1 C f , .. V ICJilmcte ..45 Z
J luker 103 , S I I. ! : .. . J j llloeil . 15 I 12 4
i- i.'.'h' A.n,tnn,- i'J-' s l ' I ( s !i 1 13 ;
41. llarrle novd . ..I Hi7 .. ..( 'j. Wood' ... 7-3 3-; S 5
"!ft nt rt.
Mart rsxr. Wen .'a.lly
reil.i-ilse .lerrva Ne.i v
ire Katr 1 ard nni off Ladl
0. ar the halt-nnle t.i
Tl"ie- ..,. .ii',. l2. :)7. 1.1
1 t,et 3 minute.
Quarter--Iloctor nirhherr. 43 tllei.W). c 1
pnd s ,., 5 .,n ll rlgM ,1Isti,. iIn-,; ,j.-, ,r-.
: Uieeni 3 to : and to 3. s.roid bv .i-iit
' t'iain. vtr.ema. 131 fiiavti.ni -ft 10 1 ani
to 1. th'-l Time. 3 17 Iwckland llar.lv I'.ir
dee and llar.iv " nlo ran.
econ.l rac. mile anl a nixtenlhJame., J7
iMitchelli. T to i and ern. won bv tno lenvth.
Walt Not. l'i ITurner). S to 10 ar.d . u .eiir.il
lij tiir.e lencth.- Ir.trui.lve. 1:4 (I'u.lmml 3
to 1 in! 11.11. third line. I 47 3 3 I'leir!
and Slratheonn alo ran
Th'rd nee the ILrtford. four and one-hnlf fii'--Hr.S'.
f. Illn-T. n.eum. 103 iMcC'ue) 1 10 1 Rrd
even. on bv a l.ne'h. Maiden, tl." (OVomcr)
J to 1 and 3 to 1. .e.onl by a heftd Jmz II
5 tl..inainani. 12 to 1 rnd 4 to 1 third. Tim
w. Tower of ."indie. Ile.n rialT.n. 1M..U,
"ii Kapler .na quagmire.
Fourth race, the Pvrkwv. one mil- and a
ixucnti In.. 121 lO'.'onnor) J to 3 and 3 to 3
vion r.v two P-ncttis. Klnler Hack. 137 (Jlcl'ue, :
to 3 and -v.n. ecnnl hr fur lersth' Survivor,
l'u (llbllreani. 4 to 1 i,nd 7 to 3. Ihlr.l Time.
1 IS 4-3 Oiarentui Jack l'om and Half Time
m Tifth rsre nve furlot.es-Luerana. It's fTurper)
7 to 3 and C to 5. won 1.1 one ienth. Alfor... 113
(JuOuei 7 to 2 nd 7 to i. Fe-ond bv four lenrth.
Tie n.il.tn Prlrce II; c!avvn). CO to I and Zi
to I. thitd Time 1 0! 4.; schoolmaster liuin
toldt. Mrvay HerRlt Que.n of Quality. I'ctn-
3' ;, iii.u Auuii.H.t.ii ai i-in
S-'ixlh rfco .ellinir. fl.e ,n.l , oile reioo-e .
iie.vt.r. ui irwomi 7 m 1 : . ; f WoA vr.:
r.tond io a lenrth. Kamara, 1") iMeCuel, I 10 1 '
enl 2 to i. third Time. l:'J7 3-3 Mbs llmonr.
Her L.id.il! Gold d'ur. Cupidity Hou.Uet.
oa. iiuiiii.i. i' iiiutimani. 4 to 1 an.t . to .
l'rtrrature. Hi. Itoval lllehru-s .n,l VahocklUh
New Tcrk. lla So. The following are th
entrle. r. r to-mrrroWH races at Grave.end.
Flrft nee. .elllnc. atom s'x furlun;s
Mirhlchta.l . IP) I George Lee
Klnnlklnnlc 110, Owns Quen
largate .... !.;' I'restldltltator
-Mer., Iiay . . 10l Wax Tat-r .
Our ertl 1C2 The llenedlct
Dolando miller Ladjshlp
Feconl race, mile and a slxteenbh:
Meileeitm 115 itatt Simpson
iilt.McVVrathlHna Prince 1,7 .
. . !! (
'. .. jl
" ' S5
Cc.nIetor ... . 113 iKoche-ter .
Third race, pelllnc. Hi. furlones:
Yorkshire Boy 103 iMIis Clburn
Gold Heel. l'i! 1 1 ami kin .
Kducate . 101 I Iielmarch .
St Glor . 101 I Harlem I.an
Fourth race, handicap, one mile and a furl- re l
ui.i.v. . . -., iruJt, . .. .
Maximo Gonul 123 Half Time
KnlCht f th !ar- l.i"on
Gulden . . 119 . Ltudemann
Fifth race. Ave furlonxs:
fay McCoj 112' ll.ime Courte.y
ailranda . . ..112.Mnrah UMlon
Ada Beatrice .112' Ida Vrb
J'aibara Prilrhle 112jHeIU(ent .. ..
Ihnpree. of Ilejutv 112 Janice
M.ol.tee 11.1 T.ir.Ulta..
Add . 112 1 Princess Pepper
ixth nee Mlllnr ml e "rd vntT.Al.
ixin race, reiunc. mue aru seniy a.u. .
11) iChan aaua
101 Sir Guj
.K-: , Post IlJile
joiin iiiiight ci.Evnni.v,
sir Dixon Horse neat Frlesland anil
riot. Coat at Latotila.
Cincinnati. .May CO. John Bright won the
Latonla Turf CoiiKress handicap to-day
with 1J7 pounds on his hack, after a lively4
contest with Frlesland and Pink Coat. The ,
.. ...-v. ... .... ..a .. I..i..i. In
1. 1. .-. v, iiii.ii ...,a til a. nil. e am. an v-.p,iiiu,
wnsrun over a heavy track in the slow time ,..' "Vl1"?"' r m'i' An sixteenth-Ilandrre...
of :.0Ui. Pink Coat was favorite at to ' Jsjis, nVr,n'- '' l' ,' x"r ,, '" .l""1'" J"1
S. but did not like the going and tired badly ' ,wr.Yme,'.,.r."sV,TnaMp.nk,,vV"
after going a mile. j x'eila. The Ladv and Milor Manslr -il... ran
John Hriglit was the first away at tho Fifth nee felling rr.l'e and a ouarter-l'rince
start, but the other pair joined him at tho I JIIa?"- Jn,J il'radferdi 7 to s won. The not.hv.
judges' stand and thev raced heads to-j J'., '.SW to 1-eeonl Microscope. 91 Wal-
Ctner going down the uick stretch After I -.. ...... i.,;.k -.-a ...;,..' :"!-" "r-
ijarMn me nail-unit; v.uic. rueiiiiiii. w un . suth nice seven fnrlonir. Harratk 111 iCo
a wild burst of speed, hhot to the front and j laid). 7 to 3. w..n Ml.. Slnnl.i pi; itviln) 6
opened up a gap of two hngths. 1 Jo 3. second Ixmisviiie lie; eT- Knlghti third
John liright succeeded in staking off Pink T,m;. la" , vYd.l!ng Ouest. stltcs. Vo.ilcer anl
Coat ar.d went after the leader. At the 1 m Nixt ai-o ran
n.sl eighth, pole. John liright overtook"
1 i-ie?land and with a few strokes of the I
whip drew way from the latter and on '
out in clever st) le by a short length. Fries-
land was three lengths in front of Pink-1
Coat, who was all out at the finish. The
rare was worth $1,710 to the winner.
The crowd to-day was the largest of the
meeting and In the betting ring thirteen
Is-oks did a lively business
In the third race Hanlshed furnished the
surpr;s of the da by beating the odds-on
favorite. Lord Zcnl, a nose on the post
Harb-hed was 15 to 1 in tho betting l'rm.-i
was the onl) winning favorite. Weather
Iirst rare, elx furlongs. .elllng-Irls. 10)
(Hone!!). 6 to 1. won. leiul.vllle I!. He bo .J
Hid.?), 13 to 1, tecond. My Hutterfiv. SS (Man"
t. to 1. third Time. l:a. Doctor S. C- Avre.
I.'ttle H.lly. Gadsen. folly Hixbv. Incidental!
Ion Garner Manila anl l'.rh.i. jKa r
Second race, nve furlons. trera. K6 (llnv) 4
to s. wrn. Kg!na L.e 103 (Masom. 7 to a
second, Mrs Grannon. 102 lIIar-i.Btrceri F, to
1. third. Time, l.lfil Vlorlel Oneen e:,I.-. V11J.0
per and K.iKrt Lee alo ran. ' "" "
..7hiM, ,ra.c.'' m"- elhns Danlsh'd. 1)1
(Michaels). 15 to 1. won: Lor3 Zeni 116 (Van
Jiusenl. 4 to 5. second; Great Land. i"7 iMasoni
r.ei,',eih";d T"T"' l:iili- f'11r Coin ami
Dramhurg alfco ran
virV.rtn rare- .,,h, lonia Turf Con:ie.s
liandlcap. rne mile and an eighth-John Brieht
1-. (Overton). 1. to 10. won; Frle-Iand. S7 illarsht
lrEer. 11 to t. -eeond. Pink Coat. 125 (Van
Dxs'.?i' S '" S' omrd- Vmt- im'-- ' fUrtnl.
..,"h. rnc- n,B furlongn Retkman. 104 m.
Wlifcn), i to 1. won. lien Frost. 1)2 (Har-h-sV"r'
JiJ- "eond; illiMurl. 103 (Berminl.
to 1. tthd Time. 1:191,. ToLtol. Flora
UonleK Al Slrat and Blenheim also ran
(Harshbertven. C to J. won; Estill, 1)2 tHow.ll,,
.r."i rare. n luncaBU, senin-;-7rtnkle rs
I I I lli-ttltig .
H r. 1 Jockev Opn ri... r.
J l'i Is.mlnlcW ll i t S J I
- r ,i t wo-hIs i. ii
l' i il-ln.s .. II .0
t't 1' ll'urhanan . ' 12 II
f '. AYatscn ..., 1-
"' I t".-).l. Mathews . I
"' i Tnu, Met! Inn .. . i 5 I .
V 'itcKlnncy I 1 M I
V I S Tavl r . , K S
10 I Pi Hii.rfn s .-) I
11 , II .J HttKlS ..I X I la I
and upward,, sclllmj, one and one-fourth
S '.1 :.
i' ll'onell ...
4' !V Iean .
jAnderK. 11 . ...
J. T Vor.l4 I
at rs ..
ilu.iiini. k . .j
Winner Gibson a Xc-nians b b . 4 In MMt
and ran ktn IU In inud.ly ni. c. Ittlifl Jak
- a ruilgh las(.dRe. l.cint: isKkcud ani shiii otT.
and upward, one mile and seventy yards:
i" flMmlnlck .
S Tayl.r ....
1' Ifeclran ...
r. .St. vr. ....
Df. for all uses, five and one-half furlonss:
Open Close, PI
1 loihnnre ...
Z' lAitiinick . .
m I'rmi j
Kuli . .1
. J V. Wood.
'.; I i
i 1 '
' I J K
rno I 3"
and upward, one mile:
t Open Clu-e IM
. 7 11 ,43
3 I 5-.'
'"ond -ib' Winner n. I). Turl. j b h.. . I.v imp KaiitiVa nr
Icke- iii.;.'e Ids hor.p look .s.mmon. he is otllte a b re in lie..v kh-
- u out. vi 11 10 in! ziari. w. j. iah.er aiho rnul
11 to 1. .eccnd. Acitatr 107 (Van r-npl Z to
t. thirl Tlrr.e 1.1.1.. l!.trear,t Hat. 1 1-1. Tre
Wir ti. rran. little ertnica and ..Io ind City
Lit f inin 17ntrles.
net race sclluie re mile
. 9. lirlshtle H JJ
. Flop . . Ml
... . ft Artturu. . Mi
. J7 lOrana" . '.)!
. f7t;.orse it ex . 1 t
. . . si 1 WU-on Ill
f.ve furlonuw. .rlbnc
9 ' Xrtho. lni
. . 1 '1 John .McCurk l.".
I0i Kolert liorit.in . 11)
Ilentl. 1 II .
tllen How ..
I 1 1
Third race, on. roll.:
r.etie it.rent . .. 9; w r. Welch .
Jlay Llla .. .. ! silver Coin
Anthracite "11 p.ter Iiuryei
'lonnett .. . lo fnsghtly ...
1 ourth rue. ix lur!oni,a
Orrl' - . . 91 IiPltna
Sa be Ilurnim ...SJ l'.u.ion
1 .tor Tnrr . . ..93 I.o1y lirittcn
lijer.v fllrl . . Jvi The ;,. r . . .
Fifth me. nliie-slvt.-'ilh. of a mile
Helen Graham . ..:0I I...1,- liramhle
I.vror Hell . . . .t)l Mer.ac
l-alry Iiay . l.s, Kran.es Itti. .
,.'... . ....f ;5, '!" arnitnl
."- 'e,sjK ."-? i""'
Grade It Iu8T srh,! for Scandal. 103
' arlotta c
ixth race. Mlllnir. x fcriorcs
t t nele Simoi
, I ii.
li. n 1 ro-it ..
.Mlxzourl ij, winter
SCHOlUt S IIAM)l'ItIi4 I'tU'.T.
.Memphis Tiirfmnn Won a tin n t borne
Slnke With the Son of llimovrr.
Chicaso. III. Ma 30 -Amid the shouts of
of enthusiastic thousands Handpress and
Sam PuIIeit drew a hair-spllttins llnisli at
Hawthorne to-dav Just as the thorouch-
breds wire makinp; their final tump lUtid-
press, swervlnc slixntlv. snantie.l vleloncl..
?,1 ll1? antagonist, almost imbe iding teeth in
KlrJ ii;.s" - up iurno s mnstpriv riuine;
fairly lifted Hnndpress over the Imaginary
line by the shorttst of heads. The Monk
Hernoso captured the second rare bv a
n'"ok In a ,!'"K-,lr'!17 finish with Hansle The
steenleohase over tho short e.mru. -.. ,..
easily bv Chenler with I.or.1 'n,.oii.i,i
ercon'l a'"' Hecky Holfe third Sllverdale
smothered his held in tte five furlon.- .-,.
'In'"f all tho w.tv hy live lengths, wltri
Garry Hermann n distressed second, ii neck
ii. in.- kuu vi nanus i ne lontr distance
,,. race went to Prince Illize.i. who rompod
.it; home Ilr.t bv two lencths with the lonc
112 t priced Hobby second, thr.e lengths in front
H2 of Microscope
11- I Ttarrn, If .lelliere.1 in l.nn-oect.... n...,A
, ,,, ,, , '...I-.- in- -ijii-,
bentlne out Miss Shanlev hanrtilv ini.'
1,!o J,n,al,lrK th!r, '" '"eixth rare fhr.o
fa.nri,, ,..n .wont .hr.i.... ,,i .,-
I favorites, two secon 1 choices am! on- ..,,.
slJer divided the hi nors of the dav The
First race, five furlons;. Silver Dile. tit ,t.
Iiurn"). even. -won. Garrv Mrrminn ll iT
KnUht) 1 to 2 .eeond. Ilattu. M7 iMIlhri
third Time, 1 07 Cora GocU. Nancle I! I. lio
ness and lnnhot also rati
Secr-nd race, five and one. half f.jrlcnits Her
mo. 10 Htosei. 5 to 2. won Rincle. in ntal-la-dl
7 to 10. er'sid. I-irk-ru- s IT Kniehti
third Time. 1 U1 Fd Glrtl.ind II Flla l'en
amre Tim Id . Cora Hailll Vllanto and Lydla
Tiii-rf nc-. steeplechase. hirt couree-s.enier
,i -,. ran
!'? ,';'-e.,'r,"- s ' ' vvor. Ird --i :erf.e.,..
,V 'Vn,Au nTr.t 8T?ni T."' 'viJf!' .
- . -.. V,L.. ...,' I.'. .A .. T'.'s. -.".-
iii.'i.io, iti .pri,ri ana lianie I.
nanianrne 1. nines.
first rive. ..on furious-.
M!T" H'lour .. 117 1 .Vitt.n
'' '"'-" - 117:i.tlc
ai.ni-. Lelan! .. . 117 j Scar..- Llllr
Scccnd rcce. Fix furlmtr.. -ellig-Henrs
c . jyi j Vain .
Tavon eS Shrove rueiclay
vhie II . I"2' Innoratar
Third race, one mil
liar) Knot P17
Latkrur ... .
)rl ui'liit. , .
l)onnx Hia .
Jlitln . . ..
ele.en cixteentos of -X in.le. for Z.
. .. :-9i F.irrer Dennett
. l'i' Odnir . ...
Fifth rate. mil. and x .Ixte'iith. selling
Tho l)lAemr . . . . !17 , Ilon'fle
XValken-hx-i !13ll.in.TI n ' . ..
Hl-hcp Reed It! Ollie Dlxcn . . .
I're.t.ir no 1 Vin-.n.vt
Trimmer jiv, ncrbain ih ...
nelllns ir,s I P .ter Tox .. .
S.xth race, one mil.-:
gallleo .114 I Sempv adxm .
I?2-.7 11 ' Ann-wan . . ..
Tile Ladv in BIu. .Iu2 C0..n Rxd-
MAKTIMAM FlMSli:i sr.COM).
Ilendrie's ;r,.nt Horse I!h1 Ills Col
ors Limcrcil by Proer.slor;.
Toronto. Ontario, Slav 30.-In a terrillo
drive through the stretch. Seagram's light
weighted Procession lowered the colors of
the great Martlmas In the race for the
T lVArrvj-irtl """... TUC.. at ma
another of tieagram's. after maklna Si
pace for his stable companion, finished four
lei Kths behind There were eifiht roce.s on
the card, and all were closily contested.
l'irst race. lx furlnnR Mincy Till. 101 (Ia
drirr). 7 to 1. won Hell I'uncii. 110 n"atr.) S to
I ffiun.l. King Johua, 9. it Connnrl. a t-i t.
third. Time 1 17. Itusv Morn. allu, Wilfrid
1-uter. Olive Order, v'lohiit, Jiandlcap;.er and
Murte aIo lan.
Mtond rate, nve furlonss Kthel Wheat. 11.
(Tuv r). 1 tn I won Moitr.al. 1 l astro). U
to 1. -econd. nicker, 117 tllallard). 2 to 1, third.
Tirre. 1 .(ii. onlv three ttartcr-.
Tl Ird rar.-. Hteerlechae. atrf.iit two nllle
Tilcuin. 144 iMeaglur), I to 1. won. Kinney. 11
(Kionn), 4 to I icand. Iter.o. Ill tllu-tonl
U. 1. third. Time. 4. 41. ArMUebus. llrjdeii. Ml-s
Mak. llr. Punlap, Ancus and Trlnce ilark al.
l-ourth rac.. I.!rriol rup. mile anl a s--t.i
rtt lrotel.fl 11; iLewt). 3 to , won. Mar
tina". IK (Itallaiu) 13 to -f. feconl. llr. J.r-y.
".i .M.ijuiiiei 1 to 2. third. Tune. 1 li.gui.i
er-.l llou.nd .s also ran . ,,
l-'lfth race, on- mil' -Mao-. 10. (Thompson).
cv.n. won, llarle MJgar, II. (lUllardl. 7 to .
tecond. l.lzile Jlcl ar:a I-" ir...vel). 4 to 1.
tlii.i Time, I 4.. Kasler Ulv JlwlM. .. ..,
.sixth I-ce. Me and a half iur. nL-.-M M . 101
II Iknill. 3 to 1. Wl,n HUIlKHrlHO. II- 4JIHII1UI. .
to I. second. I.ikitiei.l, lii illovl. I. la to I. tlnrd.
ilme. 1.114. Jack Ad.e. V.ltir. K Josh !ortton.
Japanes. I'lujfun aIlu Rojai I'owlilCaii aLsn ran
s.Vfnth raci . tuc and a hall furi'-riRs lat
tik, J. (Tliopirmip). 31 to I, won. Uo,. rt '.rav,
1W liljrtlnl. 4 to 1. M-cond. IUppi Ilenrdt, 1'HI
ll-H.lrjl II to I. thiin Time. I.W",. Hall It. II.
Allerta I.idv Marar.lha Knapp. 'jtuliay. 'fa
na rin and Ifilllsk al"o ran.
Il'lthth rat- rlx turlonKs FUc cf Trice, it.
Il..u!.. 3 to I. vion: Althta. I"" ilrvim. - to 1.
wmd. fir lllere 10. (Wel.er). 3 to 1. third
Tlfie. 1 '7. Arllictoti. JI.micMiiiin Katl I n- .
nd..tei;u, Jutonu. Jai.it Jnncc a. id CVrllis
Colorado hir1rci. nlo . M.n - -K"iult:
J"lrt rj f. inclnq- Xrllir IJ won 5-toiil. third
nni f.urth hau and ra.-. Tnn-. 2 -". J.-!'-.
r.ri illllcr lioy won nrsl he-t Tim-. 2JT7
-ond race, trottlri; -K.1 A ln"hip woi nrFt.
pptond Hnd foiirth b-Ais and r.u- rin ".aS1.
2.2t-s, 2:325 tlfbnart tifc third hoat Time. Z U
Third rce. tix furtonss IE. i lUn tvon. raj
Tifn,i. no nd. CKirles i . third Tint, I.l.
Fourth T-iCf. c-n nil Ttrron won, Joe U.t
M-cond. Tlmtf. 1 al.
Fifth race, fir fur!onc- Mater Mariner won;
CVi -in I-c :t ntcond. July Gtp. thtrd Tin.1,
JIlo del Altar attracted a great deal of atten
tion on the otcaslon of hi. urst slart at Haw
thorne lie Is the lnniiaomel colt teen around
t:it.Ko thi. ear. Trainer far its Is wllllri; t
n.atvn him for Jl.OOo against any hore at li.e
tiitik a ouaiter of a mile at w.lsht: fur ar"e
-John K iljd.ien. owner of Approval, leat
the iirooklvn llaii.licat, ro-sJ lt. b. t Geors.
ltl.se Jio each wa, the bls bti.lR Jl.ll.i.1 to 1j0
to viln. H.J.M to i.'rt for the ula.e. ard -v'J to
1j"Vj for third lie alao had seviral ether bell, on
the 1 jit. bis tvlnnltiirs 111 all amoumine ti ahnu?t
Winklield, who went Ka-t 10 rile lt.itt-ti In
the llio. Klvn Uandkap. is ore or the let. if not
tie v.rv lst. of necro nd-r. and ther is sure.
to he a demand tcr his servht tx-nn all i.tidr
i.ih as the -table f. r whili he rli s. V II
3I.iv A- Sops 1. n,.t a ,r ett nive ,ne The
01.5 s .till .onies fn m laEt wmter'a work at New
-lharley Ilwver U expected to -eturn from
Frclaud this we-k He iomo. It is 'a'd. as a
i t 1. tentative of Lord William IIeref..rd. pre
I .red to make txt. nsive pun.ha.?cj at the jear
ui.K sale., with onl.rs to po to anv r. 1 .. 1 tlile
t.sure tt.r nv colt or rilly tli.it he :nav tei, -t.
Tnose purchased are. of tourc. to be pent
The Metropolitan Turf ...oclallin. evidently
mtln: on a eumtestlon from the Jokcy ("lull, an
nounce that thur r.-ten: edi.t in nirard t de
claring bets jZ at the option of the Miecutne
t-.mnuttee cj. ln rei-tinded and that In in
tire whei: a horses number 1 dlpiayeo: of
ficndlv he mu.t rate as a rtattcr. tnat l. all
Twenty-six liokmalcers cut in for the opentis
!H at Ilawthorre anl this number, v.ua two
ti Id a"d a combination book, male the Ijrpest
list that hi. done balne4 in Chlcaito .In.-e ociv
The llawthotne nanac.m nt ni.iv.tl I., v tritni
tht oi-n rli p. with Is $ti over the amount of
feied bv il. Ilookmak. rs Ai.oclation. Letting
ucr.nc the diy was ll,:ht. howcv.r. as the rowd
was not .ulllcicntl) largo to surport all the
- Ueiitcnant Gitson will be -hitred to tie
Hflwthorne track in .11. ago tinmorrow .n.imi:i5
with his .table companion III- Kv -.ll 'i.v
Trainer Charley Hush., wtil aomnanv in.
h ,rses aid eee thit thi y arrive .atel in the
Win.lv Ity :itm wll be -.ln'.id for 'he hie
Aircrlcan lerb, and hi rr.pHration fir thi.
en at will tea mot car.ful on Charles Head
!-nuth. the owner or the colt. hi- -t hi. heart
0-1 wlnnlnsr the American lierbv anl Trilner
Il'iches hs l.sn liutructed to livok after Glb-m
niKht and dav. In order that he will not po
amis. till son w.ll l.e clven a roimI rct at
llilcaRo and will bardl appeir for a race mtll
he r.i-. to the pet in the Iierby He t. pot ell
clUe for the St L.uls lierbv and con. nucntly
.v.r effort will l. made ! hi tralnr to land
the merlcan Derb After this race Gib in
will tte h! l-d list. where he will caaipaln
the balance 1 f the seas.n
TKVIMX TOt IfV Mi:vr.
st. I.nnls Will Semi a Mrotii; Team to
the 111k Aew lurL Kvent.
Members of the Individual Tetipln Tour
nament for the championship of St. luij
will hold a tneetlm; to-morrow (Thursday)
at S p m., for the purpose of perfecting
arranpements to enter a team in the Inter
national lJowlinR Tournament at New York
As the local Individual Tcnpln Tourna
ment will not close for several weeks. Mr
K.trpf. secretary of the Int.rnation.il Tour
nament. hn.3 requested that the necessity
deposit be made for the St Ia)ui team to
enter the tournament before Juno 1. and
the names of the members of the team will
lie accetited later. The object .if the local
tournament Is to select the six hlgh-uverace
men a the nam tn represent St. Louis in
tho International Tournament The mat
ter l now up with Mr Karpf, and the stib
lect will be discussed at the meeting to
Arrangements will also bo made to enter
a team In tho Intcrcit Championship
Tournament, which Is, probably the most
Important competition added to the pro
gramme of the International Tournament
Tli.v tournament is open to on.- team from
each city Teams are to consist of five
men. and each member must be a rt sklent
of the city he represents. The entrance fee
to tht. tournament has been placid at J25
for cacli team. One-half the teams, par
ticipating will get prizes. The winning team
will receive, in addition to the resul.tr prize,
a handsome trophy, emblemitic of tho
championship, and each individual will bo
awarded a gold badge.
In case there should be one or more en
tries from any one cit. and the different
bowlers from such city are unable to ns'ree.
the general committee of the tournament
will decide by drawing lot. which teim
shall represent luch cltv, and r.fund the
entrance fee to the other applicants. How
ever there seems to be very little chnnco
for a dispute, because tho bowlers of all
the cities are anxious to see me tioph
como their way. and harmony will exist
all around The players participating in this
tournament will not be liarred from any of
the other competitions.
Messrs Kupplnger ami Porter of S't
Louis will enter the Individual and two
mi n team contests
Mcssr-.. IlalellfTe, I'lelphor. Mnrrny
nnd Hohinson Untied Mcrli.
Notwlihstaodlrg the un'port-mmllkc action of
the Chicago cricket team In call ng off their
rcheduleil game with the hemp ch.b to-dav a
verj en)oable match was plijcd between two
local traniF The ground hm scmewhat soft
tnd peculiarly adapted to Mcsoira delivtry
which secured three wicketa in one over, vv.th
the asltance of brilliant catche. hv Trick,
ltatcllffe and Joe Fl.teber battel in "OH rnf
ford" stile, and taved at the wi. ketx for en
hour before the former wa caught In the long
field enr a "heady" on hv ( itnch. When rluniit
were drawn Koblnson and Clinch w.re vrejl Fet
and the rowhn. was telng chinged with lUht-
n!ni- viniailv nllhoti. effeet
J A V Tavlor. from whom much tii ex
rected, was how-led by a ewtft "-hooter" from
IXKTOn MURRAY'S ELEVEN.
Doctor A Murray c Trick. Masn It.
I) Simpson t Itatclirfe. Fl-ichcr- S
K Ihjckvvortli c Trick. Mason 6
Robinson net out 33.
1 T Tavlor tow led Mason 0.
I" vv clinch not oui 11
0 W Tremnlnc. floetcr Tanner. IT. It. tie...
C I! Henry. It. Walters d d not hat.
Total for five wickets. 7S.
T Mason c. Murray, b. Rohin.nn 4
T K Prltchard run out -2.
V TV Ratrllffe c Tanner, b ("linen 23
Dnrhv and bowled Tailor 20.
1 Fletcher rein led Tavlor 20
I W Trick r. and bo-.Ied Robinson- I
Waters bowled lubinson 1.
Kl.hton not out 2.
OW'ell bowled ltubln-r.n-3.
Total for nine wickets. CI.
hi: t ..i:ivsr thi: rai.v
Clnelniinti Hl.-vele Hncers Had n.
Cincinnati. O. Mav 5). The hlcvcle road
race, from II million to Chester "Tark In
this city, a distance of twenty-seven miles,
was run to-dsv in th- rain Hundreds of
rnlhiHlats gathered nlong the muddy roads
and rninv were on the p 'rial train with the
judges, that left Hamilton after all had
started, and kept in view of the races dur
ing the course.
Six eight-minute men started at 1.5) p.
m. There were eleven other starter?. The
only scratch stirters were: A. Fisher. Cin
cinnati, and Hcd Hickman of Birmingham.
Ala When the wheelers reached Chester
Park course none could be recognize.! Thrv
were coaled with mud. Otto C. Voofies of
H.irshmanvllie. O., won. reaching Chester !
ij..ii hi ...j. nam uunois or Portsmouth.
Oklahoma Mioot Knded.
illfTcrcnt rart of Oklahoma were prfnt ami
O.. a scratch man. was second: and a Uo I Ccmm itte conLs Kg of vTrtnan J Colman " i.ti"l': -'-' h R I . RarnttT
won the m(, rri,.p j- Campbell of H-ven 1 's, Louis' Al-Pnder vSn,l o- Hcd. ' r'?"' '"'- eeond Time, .31 V;' ""l
Mile O.. a one and a htlf-mlnute man. was ' mon.l I R Rlppe- nt coli rnbli I C I'm. ' r.1 '."r.!" ,e' raf"'- ''. ''"'"imhla ,.;
-'.'."''". "l -'..-in" annual tnui-am1t i CCUrse. an lllntlC1l track, w.ij: vclrefod It
?o.V.iVAm.;;la" ",,' .;n;'?: .fJl'" ' will cost hetvveen .??.-) and JT.itO. The sites
er. from illtwror I and Kanu. J,.i e' I "' tne several nmiaings were not decided up-
won by C. F. R.u.t of McLoud: aon,iV j. n.
Bonebrake of Weatherf ord . third. T. I) New
ton of Terry. There were thirty visiting shooters.
Sfw Waibash Train.
Leave. St. Louis 110 p. m. Arrlvo De
tir4 Uifc a. m., after June 3-
PRINCE OF WALES'S
Allien I'MuanlV Hor.se Heat Simon
Half ami Iisir.uie II in
WINNER WAS RIDDEN OUT.
Closed Stlllltlv illlll
rurifd tlif Inal Colt to Kx-
ti'iid Himself DisiiiM; II
Is 11 Son of !oiiiino.
Lonlnn. May TO -At the rrond day's rac
ing 'f th Kiisoni summer mieting to-day
the race for the Perhv S'takes t 6.""0 sover
'Igti' was wnu by the Prime of Wales
Diamond Juhil'e. The conditions of the
race were as follows:
The Derby Stak's of 6,00.) sovereigns, hy
subscription of iV sovereigns each, half for
feit, or 5 sovereigns only. If declared by the
first Tuesday In January, lSil. for 3-year-olds;
tln tmininalor of the winner to re
ceive ryio sovo'cigns. the owner of the sec
ond CoO sovereigns and the or. per of thi
third Ci) sovereigns out of th" stakes, dis
tance about one mile and a half. The en
tries closed July t9 is;.i. There w vre CC
Tlie following was the result in deta'I
Th Prince of Wale.'., h c. Diamond
Jubilee, hv S. Simons, out of Tcrdita II (H.
Th Duke of Portlanel's b. c Simon
Dale, by St. Simon, out of Ismay (M. Can
non I. second
Jamis It. K'ene's Disu!s II. by Domino,
out of Pontile Gal (Tod Plcan), third.
CheverJng made most of the running to
the straight, where Disguise 11. drew to
tho front, but give way to Diamond J.ihi
lee. who, stalling off the challenge of Simon
Dale, w.-.n by half a length amidt deafen
ing cheers. A length separated second and
third horses IlcnarOsa was fourth.
Vnutlerhllt iiu.l rnikrr.
William K. Vanderbilt occupied a box.
where he chatted with Mr Croker.
The r.al party arrived at Kpsom shortly
after I o'clock. Thre was a great popular
demonstration on their arrival.
After a couple of preliminary races, the
second of which was won by Doris, with
Sloan up. the wa) was cleared for the
Derby There were fourteen starters. The
betting was S to 4 against Dnmond Jubilee,
Ifo to 'I against Mtnon Dale and S to 1
ugain.st Dli-gui'c II.
In the paddock prior to the big race there
was a brilliant gJthrrln.. Mr J. H Keene,
Mr. Foxh.ill Ktme ami a number of Amer
ican friends watihed Disguise II being suJ
dlid. Diamond Jubile was the center of
attraction, and . untlnualiy increased 111
Iisfiularuy. A tin. lior.-5 parautd. tho
l'i. nee 01 Waits utt the club mciostire and
stood on the coutse, raising I111 hat In re
sponse tu the gn.it ciiver which grtttej
Diamond Juhllvi as. tn colt led the pro
cession. Among the well-known persons observed
in the vicinity of the Prmco of W.tlos
part) wire the Duke of Dcvonshiri, Lord
i:oth.-.child. the .M.iniut o: Londonderrv,
th.. Duke of l'ortiai'.u, l.ru Husscll of Kil
lowen. Lord William Dvreslord, Karl Cado
gati and the liar I ot I'ur.'uim, anl their
krietings were neartnt wnen Diamond
j utile was announced to have won.
.vluiruiitt'ciM llr ruoust rut tun.
The pi sent gen. ration will never efface
tho scene v.'hoti the 1'iiin.c of Wales's i'er
slmmoii captured the lttue Hibbon of the.
turl. but to-days liemoustrallon, when Per
simmon's own brother gave the Prinii of
Wales a second derb. was almost its equal.
Fur a monutu, within nfty yards 01 the
post. Simon Dale's u. ml.rful stride siemel
to threaten the favorite's chances H.s
head teavhed Diamond Jubilee's girth, but
the latt.r's spl. ndld form enabled hira ti
maintain a snort length lead until, in tho
miust of might) ihvers. hs passed the post
The crowd then went wild with chcrlng
Hats, Hags, stuks. etc.. tliw in the air j.
the I'rlncJ.H of Wales stood up In the rojal
box smiling her acknowledgments of ap
pIaue, while the Prince of Wales ,md Ltiiel
Willi 11:1 Itiresiord iiressid forward to lead
the winner U the Inclusure. Tnen the lit
tle jockey. Jones, was taken to the royal
box. and, amid renewed che.rs from the
crowd, receivdl the personal congratulations
of the Princess.
Toil Sloan, the American Jockey, was also
much congratulated on his excellent show
ing, and Air Ktcne expr-'ss. i to a repre
sentative of thi Associated Press hi:? satis
faction at winning a place, liicidintally the
American (ontingmt were heavy losers on
The Prince and Princess of Wales were
again enthusiastically cheered at Victoria
Station ar.d Marlborough Houie, vvhtre im
mense crowds of people awaited their re
turn The Trine e of Wales this evening gave the
customary dinner part to members of the
Jockev club. His guests included the Duke
of Conn.'iught. the Duke of York, the Duke
of Cambridge, Prince Christian, the Duke of
Devonshire, the Duke of Portland and Karl
SnldlerM Were Xtciiiemhereil.
The scenes and incidents along the Kpsom
road on one D.rbx day differ little from an
other Derb) da Hut the introduction of
I'nion Jacks and banners Inscribed "Jo
harnesbuig" in joyful recognition of laird
Itoberts's entry Into the Cold He(f City,
was a feature of the sporting holiday to
day. On the Downs, portraits of the Queen
and the favorite (Ipnerals were marked and
distinctive features of to-d.t)'i JolllMcatton.
Although tho weather was not promising
the. exodus from Ixmdon was hardly less
r. markable than In previous yrjrs The
Hpsom road was congested hy every va
riety of vehicle, while the trains had dif
ficulty In carrying the throngs.
A lnrge number of Americans pitronized
the roaches. Including Captain Johnson.
Mr. Walter Johnson. Mr and Mrs. H. H.
Flagler. N. I Kaplans of Pittsburg. T. IJ.
McAuIlffe ar.d J Attcrhury of New York.
i-;. it. iiutier or tn- fiurtaiu (X y ) .vs,
Miss Ada Ilutlcr and Miss Josephine Har
bor of lluffnlo.
Tho Prince and Princess of Wales, the
Puke and Duchess of York and the Duke
and Duchess of Connaught, the Ptiku
of Cambridge and Prince Christhn of
Schlfsnlg-Holstfln went to Cpsom hy spe
In the American coaches were Mrs. Dan
iel Manning Mr. K. M. Southern and Miss
Velasquez of New York; Mrs J T Hign of
Chicago. Frank Andrews of New York. W
1 Stewart and "Al" and Tom Johnson of
Diamond .lulilleo't Time.
Diamond jLhllee's lime was 2.4;. This
rej'jals Persimmon's time, which Is the rec
ord for the Derby.
The Australian Federation delegates trav
eled on the smio train with the Prince of
Wales. King Ocar of Sweden and Norwav
was expected to accompany the Prince of
Wnles. but was Iiids(.e3.
At Epsom, while the usual crowds were
on the hill nnd downs, the club and other
stands and Inrlosure shown! the effects of
tlie war in a marked decrease In tlie num
ber of fashionable peuple present. Many
liundrid.s .if regular Derby visitors are in
South Africa and the friends and relatives
of oflierrs at the front lefraimd from at
tending IJIehtrd Croker said to a representative of
the Associated Press tint he regretted ho
had no horse racing tn-day.
"The Drrbv looks to me"," he further re
marked, before the race, "a rernarkably
opon event while the Indications point tn
the Prince of Wales' entry winning"
STATi: 1'AIIl l'l,tv,
Site for the r.lllntlcnt Hncc Trnck .e-lerli-.l.
Sdalla. Mo.. Slay SO. -The State Fair
of Appleton City and N. H. G.-niVy or Se-
d.ili.i convened here to-day and visited the
State I air Grounds. The site exf the race
Inclosurc and a portion t.r il... t,nii,iira
Tir'ny-Thlrd Ward Clnb.
jA 1meritinK of tn" Republican League Club
.f ,th! Twenty-third Ward wll! bo held at 8
o clock this evening nt the clubmnrns. No
129 bouth Channing avenue. Prominent
speakers will address the KCsUai.
l vii. vv orK wui ne commenced on tl.e irjelr
IS DRUNKENNESS A DISEASE?
A Prominent St Louis
The rapid strides which hove been made
by science in the r-st decide l.s an asstir-
.nice that the Twentieth C.ntury will be the
r.indesl from a si icntiiic standpoint that
! '"'ls fvr ,Ktn etijoed by the human race.
Science has placed into our hands thou
sands of contrivances for our comfort and
welfare. It hay done many marvelous
things, r-'cience sends lis to-d.iy a message
which cannot help tut make clad the heart
of every man and woman who has any in
tctest in the welfare cf tn.. jUint!. for it tells
t:s ir a positive manner that drunkenness
Is a disease and can be cured Doctor Ozias
Paquln, a prominent practicing physician in
the clt) of St. laiuis, has perfected a meth
od known as the Ozias I'aquin Immune
Method, which cures dr.mkenne.ss. no mat
ter how hopeies-s the case may seem. Ho
has drmon"?lrated this In a thousand in
stances; he his tak. n patients who were
known as habitual drunkards and whom :.1I
mankind shunnesl. b. rinse they considered
Qfi1 Rl llC CT M-f-sLv. a-..E..m to:. --40rifM:' I... r. E-nili.Bitr. Hi-v:
JU-t ULlVr. Oil, i. ro. t!:0 p. m. -n.tS t. 7 p.tn. fi-14-). t-l: .a!-.
""Ity pirers will prove established practice jinre lvtS See back nurotierj
of The nepublic, be convinced. ou see DIt. WtHTTIEH in person
For Honest Treatment.
furca -fI C lironn.
h tl' ext rrroii-i
fu , ! p. na-" 'cy na
r-ujt or rrcr. 1 "at m
n . power rfi-j ana a racicai cre Kuartriet-a. ask icr iiianic ;i.
-HIooil PoIfinn All tar "- K zema Utr. .urM for lif tv Kf n-fan Ak fcr Bla.
I rln;ir p, it I nil. lor ai.-nen jukK.j
-n-". ai". T-Tiai Qiear3 nnicn ooiru. t
I lit'! and all itpiptul .11sta triirtM- ?.l4T.!rr.
"rirlnil ra. wht-tlrfr ro s-rtltnl cr h
.fieiicttl Ilfrtlonnry an! AiUlnfr fr
RiOERS KILLED ON
Motor Pat'cr. Forcci. From
("oiiix. Si'i it.iiTl Injured
DEAD MEN ITS OPERATORS.
Machine Crasiieci Into a Telefrraph
Pole nnd Then Fell on Several
"'icrtntoi'si at the Ilij; L.
A. W. Meet.
Waltham. Mass.. May . The race meet
of th Massachusetts division of the 1 A.
W at th Waltham bicycle track to-day
was marred by a shocking accident, one
rider bring killed and others hurt. The
accident occurred in the second mile of the
four-cornered International motor-paced
race, the contestants being Everett P. Ry
an of Waltham. Albert Champion of Tarls.
Archie Me-achern of Toronto and William P.
Stlnson of CimhrliTge.
In the Mist lap of the se-ond mile on the
turn Into the hack stretch, the four pac
ing machines were stretched across the
track. Champion swerv'd Into the grass,
and in avoiding him Harry E. Miles. Zi
ve.trs old. of Lynn, and William SI. Staf
ford, aged It xears. cf Camb'Idge. who were
riding the Stlnson motor-pacing tandem,
were forced up the track and over the
Roth men were thrown. Miles striking
had first i:p"n an electric light pole, re
ceivlna .1 fractured skull. The top of his
head was cru-hed in He died a very few
minuter after the accident
PtnfTord. who was riding behind Sliles,
was thrown bodily through thr picket
fence. hi skull fractur.d. his no.'e broken
and his false teeth forced down his throat.
He was removed to the. Waltham Hospital,
where he died at midnight.
The big motor tandem which they were
riding was thrown over the fence, upon the
crowd which had been watching the rac
ing. It fell upon half a dozen men and wom
en. Patrick Shannahan and George Hill,
both of Newton I'pper Fulls, each had a leg
broken, and two other men and a woman
were rendered unconscious.
The fatality in the race cast .1 gloom
over the sport for the remainder of the
afternoon. It was the principal number on i
tne uo) si programme, and was Icing run In
fine style and in exceptionally quick time
when the accident occurred. The race was
won by Ar"hle Me.ichorn. with Ityan sec
ond and Champion third. Time. Si 10 5-a.
The five-mile motor tandem handicap,
professional, was won by Cook and Sheerer,
Callahan and Champion second. Time.
7:3$ 4-a. Jimmy .Michael rode a five-mile
motor-paced exhibition in S.iai-5.
Tho attendance wan over 20,Oji).
Ml GLOISY I'Oll I"I:..YI.V1M..
All Hie lllcvele
Philadelphia. Pa.. May 2. The IntercCillegiate
bicycle race, with entries from Yale. Princeton.
Columblt ard Pennsylvania were held to-day at
Woodside Park The Summarte?.
H.Uf-inUu-IJ.rt Itltlej. Prtncetun. won. J. II.
Overall. VAl- seco-ld. C It. rtofc. I'oluntbU
third Time. 1:171-5
One mile tandem II. R. L-vlcfc and Stephen
W SIcClave. I'rlne.ton. first. Kdwln A. sunr
and Malcolm Moorr, YaIc, second Kme.t Av
riiley and John il Overall. Yale, thlid Timel
Ore mile, open llert Itlplev. Princeton, first -ctephen
VV .ds tare. Princeton, seiond c V
Vcsrhees. Jr. PernaMiania. third. lZrncn w
Farley, iale. fourth Time. ;.4J 4-;
sirarier-mne t;rr.es: v I art'). Yal. and
ie, . ViV;. illrt. tTm "c? Lang-ley: Yale fo Jan
Cleveland Mike Races.
Cleveland. Aiay ZK -There ere sLxty-eieht
stt-rters fn the ten-mile load 'luce of te Cleve
land Wheel Club. GetiM Nebe of Cleveland
rur.dlcap. won. actual rldlrg time. 17U l-i-Vri
Derslnger Cleveland. 3.-U0 handicap, wn second
r.airg time. Zsl.
The winners of tho three, time nriae. ,ane
over the mark in a bunch Thev- were- Hani
To,.2Vci.3''' " " Croiler, Nottingham. :3u:
The track races &t the rtlivllle t.-.,i- r,.-,.
rc.ulttd: . i a.
Oca Bula. iwvi-4aM. U. Slor, Jlaaailitai, a.
...t-ui ifii'iiiimir. ami ...i.iwrr iree. at oit.ee. or scale
Physician, by His Marvelous
the Affirmative of
j they were lost and only a !dot upon a
human race. Hut Poclor I'arpiin. in altai,t
a mlr.,cu,ous m,,nrr. car(1 tnem of ,. '
di-enc and planted the ptar of hope wVf,
before was only the midnight of despjjj.
he has also taken hundreds of patients !s
were rr-Iaps. s from othtr treatments mj
permtnently rur.si thejn of their desire r-,-llquor.
Doctor Ozias I'aquin deserves j '
the credit that the world can give him for
the good work ho has. done, for he baspa
an entire lifetime in the perfecting of m
Method, and he has undergone many -j-.,
u'es before; he had his Methoel into Ia4
inmatn 01 an exact science, out to-elay t
i victorious, for Is It not Indeed a great trie- I
tory wntn a man can go Derore the entlr
world and -.iv that he has perfected a metl
od which will positively and permanently'
euro that cure to mankind, drunkennenj
For tho thousand that have already beta
cured by the I'aquin Treatment Is a posttha
guarantee that thin method v.iil cure -vha ?
an cio nas uiieu. Doctor Faerum hit 1
formed an Institution known as the O1U1 .
P.iquin Immune Company, with a suite at I
1113 Chemical building. St. Louis. Doctor
I'aquin can always be found there, and l-ajj
is at all times more than plea-sl to give an
audlenco to any one who wishes to call upca '
him. and he will tell them all nbo.;t lli'l
wonderful Method. He receives letters
daily from both ladies and gentlemen telling: j
of some sister, brother or friend who hava I
the disease of drunkenness within them. Hj
immediately place himself In communica
tion with these unfortunates, and. like a
good Samaritan, ho lajs before them full In.
strtictlons about his Method. He does thin1 "
without disclosing the name of thoe xtbir
sent the Information. It is the duty of evtry'
re-ader who knows of any one who Is 4
"lave to the drink habit to send the nam' 1
and nddress of thit person to the Oaiii i
I'aquin Immune Company, suite 111J Cheml
c.il building. St. Louis. For the Oz!a Pa
quin Treatment will perfect a cure, dispel
ail desire for drink, as well a take am,
th" obnoxious odor of lie- :or. and will placa
the constitution in a robust and healthy 1
condition. Th.re are no relapses from tt
en .u, Itlootl.kin ami I rinary Utst-anra ,
Uelilitj. ltnt Mnithticl, tc . prcduclnj; n-r7 -J
irniaa.enii'H nr um.inrj- ir nu-in-"3 or roarnai:v
- xn on. mllKy urrt-, orpanie wwrpm, qu'Ctt:
ciir - d Painful. Dlfrt-ult To- Friunt or Blon-ily 1
urinary ra--eaRr. .k ir isiaiik zt.
mfthnil rn nitflnir tfTall tnr tjrrlt trr rAvied.
uirel mces-fully feated nrlcocelr in 6 iavV
at off.ee. or ?cale by -r.a ll: 31 rn r'Ctur.
Consultation Free at Offlct
or by Hal!.
nflrilp Waltlnc Donm fur
- 3 Each Person.
fiEllXCY'. 9ADIL PKARLS.
A pos.tue and permanent cure fcr all umtat.
cral dl. barges of the 1'rinary Orcans: 4.7W coo
Tlete iurea in lr3. imn-edlst relief for Rl Ue
find K'dnex . a .afe. pdy and nleaiant reta
dy bock free. rcfi.s sub.tltute.; thera ar4 rsui4l
"Just as cood ': inlst en Gednev'fl. tha onlr a.
i nine. DrUKElft.. Jl. or b mall J. Vf. Cedntr,
v- t ui2nt)-eigr.ib at., evr xorit.
won: K Itesslner. Cievelan 1. eecend; Joseph
lleni.k. CJevWanJ. third. Ttme. "31 4-0. ' t
ejuartrr nlle, open, tiding start Letter TV'!-' '
.or- nitshurc. won. II II XVilken Clevelanl.
i.eond. w. A. liardaett. Buffalo, thitd. Tim..
(iuvrter mile, open, professional Frank DreSer,
Cleveland, wen Jerrr Woodward. Detroit, sec
ern Al New house. HuflAlo. third. Time. :$2-5
r'.ve-milu handicap, amateur Le.ter "iYtison.
P'ttsburg .scratch), won, Hans Wllken. Clev
ltnd (10" v-nrdsl. tecond. VV. . ftarde, Buffa- .
Io (!" ya-iL thlnl Time. 12; ;-5.
Two-mile hand. ar. rrofe.jional WVA. Kats,
Trie 2'i virus), won: Frank Drehr. Clerelanl
(M yard). second. Al NexhoafO. Buffals
li 1 men), tn.ru prae, .I4 z-i
Ten-mile Paris Exposition D'Jrfuit race, Atna-i
teur. Ftxteen ."tarteri w .V. Banlcett. Buffalo.
cn. Kd Merkle. Cleveland. Mcond; leliouaa.
ton. Cleveland, third. Time lUrJcett. M.5 4-i;
aierkie. w 1, ;
Kifteen mile meter tar.dem, prcfc"?linal C TV. .
Miller. Chleag-i ind J W Judiee. Stvt Yorlt.
won. time. Zszz-i otto liava. l.rie. and A. B. .
Sloie. Der.v.r .etonJ. time, Ia:K !-i. E. E. A
llfisman. 7vw York, and W. A. Kma. Ernwvj
it ci:d tiiiioi (;n thi: .mi'd.
Mow Time 3I.-i.U- in Chicaso Dicycl
Chicago, Slay . The American Century
Wheelman's century road rare from Chi
cago to Waukegan and return began at I
a. m. to-day wh-n the limit men darted
over the line. At ,t m. they were fol
lowed bv the tlve scratch men.
Seventy-threo men entered, but a few cf 1
them were not ejn hand when their time for f
starting arrived. The roads were In a ba-J
condition as a result of rcem rains. Tt
record over this course is held by Al Flata
of Chicago, who. tinder exceptionally favor
able conditions, made the run In 1J7. fiata
did not compete to-day. as he is entered In
the big race In D trolt.
A. K. Abram. with a handicap of Z.&
reached Waukegan at S..V) He was followed,
three minut-s later by Heorg H. Gardiner,
whose handicap was t.io. G, SI. Judd. al
a 2.15 man. crossed the tape at Waukegan
at S.K. Five others closelv followed th
three leaders. Nearly all " cf the rider
stopped ten minutea for lunch and then re
sumed the race Considerable mud was en
countered, but the roads vver? said to be la j
iiici uiuiiiiiuiii man nna oeen expectea.
George Schsll of the Ame-lran Wheel
men's Cluh. finished first at i:.K p. m. Hil
time wa? six hours and forty minutes.
Axel Carlson w.n the time prize In flvt)
hours and fifty-six minutes. He finished
JUS TIIK 1VIXXEK.
Irv iiiurl.in-Vlllburn Itoml
Race Won. 1
Newark. N. J., Slay 30. The annual twin'
ty-flve mile road race over the Irvlngtoa-
Slllburn course took place this afternoen
under most favorable auspices. There w
IIS entries on the programme, nnd of th!
number 119 fac d the starter The first rld
to pass the five-mile mark was Edgar Vis
Vels.ir of O)stor Ray. L. 1. followed tT
Charles Gunther of Nevv Y'ork. second, acl
I" H. Danmaiin of Kearny, third.
At ten miles Frank J Galvin of New SIU
ford. Conn, a 4.3") man. led, with Van Vel
At the twenty miles Van Velsor had agaJi
forged to the front, while Galvin hal
dropped back to second, with Danmann sill
third. Thev finished In this order, hut Gal-x-in
was disqualified en the ground that M
had not made the second turn at Slilbun.
Danminn was accordingly placed second,
and Ernest Gillett of Itrooklyn. 5-JZO. wM
fln!hnl fourth, was given third prize.
It M. Alexander, scratch, won the tint
prize, his time liJng- t:l,."ii). The official
time of Van Velsor. the winner, was 1:12.-01
Galvin was disqualified for not maklrtf
the turn at Slllburn Danmann was placea-
scconu (jntciai time, I'li'.w..
Iluy Won (be Koail llacf.
nKrtI.L.I( SI "rtAiU
Pftcitur. 111.. May St Hoy 1 lInUr acerf ll
-ar-, won th annuil roa.i racs thla afternoon-
jr. winner na. m- roun;r"t man In tna rac.
and tHfteO with six inlnu'es" handicap. Tt
tare "Rrf Tr.ltn-'isie'I bv thtinani-t of rr .
Tii' time prize w -" takn 1-v I-. fl. Rrzrra. cn9
of th. fnUPt rlle 3 in -hi iinrt ..f IhA S'tatfca "
The ra-' vj h-M inl-r th? nu5s.lcf cf tt-jj
i-".i.iiijr .i .rinifji s njn.
I'HWSY'S C'KACKS .1AMED.
.lien Selected 1e Hnter the Canlcta ..
Philadelphia. Pa . Slay 3-1. Tli men wh
will represent th I'nlvcrsity of Pennsyl-'
vnnia at the Paris Exposition sports hav5
ten selected. They will be A. O- Kraenz--Ulrr.
W p Remington for the hurdles ana
broad jump. T R. McClaln In the sprintsi
Alexander Grant and E. R. Itushncll In tM,
distance runs; J. C. StcCrackcn and T.
Trtixtnn Hare tn the weights. "
Others who are likely to accompany lh',1
team will he J. W. It. Tewkshurv. rx-in-
tercoll. glate champion In the 100-yanM j
uasn; j. ix. liaxtcr, ex-intcrcoiiegiate cm""-
plon In the high jump, and G. W. Orton, la
lone-distance runs and steenteehase. I
There will he a meet held on June U 'c?-f
the purpose of trying out tho men. i",;.
wef k the team will leav tho city fof eoun--
iry training, eitncr at tirvn .vtawr or .-
erford. The men will leave for Europe oa
June JO on the st&ioier New 'oa.