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THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 1902.
Both St. Louis Teams Have
Holiday on Account of Rain.
Frank Beil Won Handicap at
Fair Grounds in the Mud.
The Forest Park Road Race
Wiil Be Run This Afternoon.
RIDE ON FITZKANET
Darden's Crack Jockey Gave Odds
On Favorite in Fifth Race
BELL PUT IT ON HIM CLEANLY.
' I'o.v on Frank Bell Outrode Fair
Grounds Star Walsh Threw
3?acc Away on Ida
Beauchamp, Beecham. Bowcamp or what
ever Mr. Darden's $3,000 Joke of a Jockey
calls himself, put up the worst ride of the
Twentieth Century on Fitzkanet In the
r ourth race at the Fair Grounds yesterday.
A 1t does not matter how Beauchamp pro
nounces his name, his rldo was Just as rot
Fitzkanet la the best mud runner in Amer-
E, lea. It was mud deep to his tail. He was a
- 4-to5 shot. Frank Bell was 3 to 1. Soundly
r Jed to the half. Bell was second. Beau-
uebamp took all the mud the front pair could
nliirow. Fitzkanet could have passed Bell
IJiny time, but Beauchamp must pass out-
?64de on the stabl turn. He got cut olt.
plfitzkanet carao again and would have
jjfcreezed himo if Beauchamp had held his
Jiead up. But he rod him with a slack
rein and the horse floundered. He would
have won anyhow had ho not taken him
"- Inside of Frank Bell in the last sixteenth la
-'the deep going and got him bumped. He
djew his whip in close quarters where he
couldn't use it, and threw away the reins
.r.siFltzkanet Is a grand, game little horse
v- and did his best. But Bell was right on
"top of him, giving Frank Bell all kinds of a
,l4ropd hand ride. Fitzkanet struggled all by
xfpiimself and Just did lose by the nod. Od-
jgxor, under poor little Newcomb, who is
t'sypposed to bo unable to rido a lick on
earth, came fast at the end and almost won.
With a bov to sit still and just hold his
Sl)iad up Fimkanet would have breezed home
a sixteenth, of a mile in front. Beauchamp's
ierliie was the worst ever seen on a race
, t Beauchamp is a slack-rein rider. No hors
jtan run In the mud with a slack rein on
him. Beauchamp must net bo depended
upon to ride in the mud.
eTThe fifth race caused a big hubbub. Ida
Ledford. the 3-to-2 favorite, was beaten by
Pirate's Daughter, the 15-to-l outsider of
the lot. Ida ran over Pirate's Daughter In
""the stretch and should ha-e won easily by
O'S couple of lengths. Walsh, thinking he
"Wad It won. eased her up twenty yards
'"from the wire. The mare was carrying a
arneavy Impost and there had been a long
-Belay at the start. She was sore and weary.
'"So when Walfh eased her up she was only
""too willing to stop. She backed up In a
-hurry. O'Neill somehow managed to steer
'Pirate's Daughter around the track In de
scent style and kept her straight In the
"fcrreteh and going hard. She won by a
Ida Ledford finished outside near the
Judges and Pirate's Daughter on the rail.
vSfany persons who paw that Ida Ledford
had her beaten 100 yards from the wire
were surprised when the Judges hung out
jiJ'Jrate'a Daughter's number. They raised a
fuss and cried "nbber." The decision was
eminently correct. Pirate's Daughter won.
It was not every close. If Walsh had kept
.Ida Ledford going she should have won by
two lengths. It was all the fault of
. ),tThe steeplechase was not run over the
.Jumps, because somo one thought that
"some, of- the dogs in It might slip and
?fall. Wall outclassed the lot on the flat
- and :came home winner by an eighth of a
mile. Mr. Dade had a lot of trouble getting
Joe Doughty and Ida Ledford off in the
"fifth race, and Revoke, the winner of the
last race, held the field at the post thlrty
'tx minutes. The 2-year-old field took him
a long- time to dispatch also. Dark Mystery
'''ran. away and the entire lot acted badly.
HjiJ-tr. To-Doy' Fnlr Grounds Entries.
Flnt race, one mile and seventy yard, sell-
244 L.un Minor..
7 Subnzaxlne .
260 Tennlson ...
ftiU Potheen 100
.Sil Hantom 10S
T"-24 Ullu Flight 95
J3t .Brown Vail lot
c?al Mae Miller. 95
-m-A6i Aua iteu...
213 Fon Epray..
Z24 rveva M-.
245 'Jim Turner 101
- Second race, six furlongs, purse. 2-year-olds:
Z55 Hcbt. G.
201 KiiUe Cromwell.lOO
z5 Fore and Aft...l0S
OC9) Ed Larson 100
lrd race, one mile and seventy yards, cell-
254 Deblalse 106 2! Aegln 95
16 Tec' flown 104 250 Uterp 101
155 Prestome Ill 222 UttH Tommy .
11 Nan Dora 101 Tucker 114
-J23I Erne 97 159 Saragamn 109
211 Branch 10 42 Irnr -wilt 100
BI42 Sklllman 109 212 Orlsla 95
.,247 Will Fay 106
ti Fourth race. Ova furlongs,
-'"206 Flora Levy 105 1 oooitQehelmnlsj
VZ43 Dr Kammerer.10? 115 IMIndora ...
124 Ed Hall JOS I
,-Hfth race, on mllo and three-sixteenths, sell
,4216) Guide Rock 100
Jieii Brewer SchoiT.. 99
''z0 Jordan 101
? SIxth race, one mile and twenty yards, selling:
'218 Pnnce Real 106 1 259 Joe Doughty.. ..1P9
'"-S Maggie Clopton. 91 245 TlcUful 1)1
22S)Fharoah 10S (2!S) Cluinlerelle .... 9f
-f2ti orlandlne 104 244 Little Arrow.... M
23J .ChlcKamttCga ..114 1(213) Ignis Ill
Seventh Tace, six furlongs, selling:
....- 'Blrdls Stone.... 95
25 Jake Weber 101
I1W1 Joe Goes 107
1253 Letter 1H
)OC Miss Aubrey--100
230 Santa Ventura,.100
(151) Tom Collins 101
.... Mitchell 101
.... Wiggins ........104
.... Dutch Carter...l01
'Apprentice allowance claimed.
TI10 Hcpcblic'a Selections.
First Race Ransom. Brown Vail. Potheen.
,. Second Race Fore and Aft. Ed Layson, Rob
ert G. ltnelng.
TJtlrd Race uterp. Xan Dora. Branch.
riFourth IWce Schreiber entry. Ed Ball.
j.. Fifth Race Brewer Schorr. Jordan, Walla-
,rSlrth Race TlcV.ful. Pharaoh. Ignis.
".Seventh Race lum Collins, Lofter, Jake
COSSIP OF TIIE QUAllTBn STRETCH.
Hell Cot Even 'With Hcnnchnmp
IlDoksninkrrs Will Not Take 31oney.
33ell.Ir. Hughes's $23 a month stable boy.
certainly rubbed It Into Mr. Darden's 5.C0J
.a year jockey yesterday. Bell got even for
that fluke on Four Leaf C. and A. D. Gib
eon some time back.
El Zran was 200 to 1 yesterday. One man
static- to bet J30 on him at that price. He
managed to get !8 on. That U alt. El Mo
lan was last by a block. A game lot of
Mr. Garden departed for Washington
Park yesterday. He took A. D. Gibson,
Brulare. J. Bldney Walker and Sioux Chief
aidrig. Tne last two are youngsters,
T. P. Hayes will not go to Washington
Pork this season. Ko could win races
there, but th,e' purses in St. Louts ore much
rarer and almost as large. Then Mr.
Hayes's stable is none too ready. Crimean
threw a splint In his last race, the bad one,
nnd had to be fired. Lady Strathmore
needs a bit .of let-up. and Buccleuth ls
not real good now, nnd could not win
anion; real good ones If ho was.
Jockey Beauchamp departed for Chicago
Js't night in a Pullman. If he took hU
fas tack along It l? to be hoped that he
not draw his whip en route. If he dees
Till fall off the car.
all could -have won by an eighth of a
mile yesterday. Domtnlck eased him to a
vulk all through the last half mile.
cOn Bell's show-Ins in races, post riding,
pver a. distance, etc, he Is the best boy
riding at the Fair Grounds nowadays. Once
it a. while Dcralnlck does well, but he Is
too heavy to be useful.
fD'al'o Is not rldins up to form of last ea
ron; He Is dead on- a horee. 'He took off
flftcrn 'pounds In three days. The drench
lfe'Jfe subjected himself to has weakened
feun. He seczned all out and ready to fall
THE REPUBLIC FORM CHART
ST. LOUIS FAIH ASSOCIATION-SPRING MEETING. June 20. Forty-second Day.
Judge. P. A. Brady; Starter, A. 15. Dade. Weather raining; track heavy.
fat? J First race, purse tSOO. tor 2-year-olds, five furlongs:
IVV1. S. U M ri
(it) 1 V 1"
1 115 4 ; Ink1
I 1.13 7 ' S4 ....... I
:ei 2 2't z
110 S 7 7 i
ioo a 8' 81
105 3 si.
lot 5 th r.'
107 0 S' si
:o: u 10
107 11 10' 11
in io ii i;
107 1 i... !
'Robert CS T-nnsInir.
iBelle of Vv'cstpoit.
227 Dark Mystery
Left at pot.
Start roofl. Won very enlly. eeond stme. Winner. W. I.. I.an'Intt'a l. e.. 2. by Lamtillshter
I-ady lljillard. I.enelntr wai we'l yjed In l"nj delay, ran aav frrm hi- fle-,1. He 1 a (.-w!
ltoree In the mud. Pathcs. much ued in de'ay, ran a cnod r3ce. Frank Du'.lock ren a good tace
and rinsed fast. Fiord K. had early speed and will do twttcr.
Time :IS, ::(.. :37V. :K. 14.
cond race, purse iZQO, for 3 - year
Ind. IIOItSES Wt.j S. M M i S. F. Jockes.
2TS Broodier. 3 51 I 1 SaH' 2' ? ! 1! .--Vull-
IIS 'Lynch. 3 6 I 5 4' ! 3' 3' i 2 D Still
F'UBUrtfca. 3 33 ' 4 1" 1 1 li I It II
23S Has Gift. 3 1 S4 I 6 II,! !' ....... 4' I 4'li O'fcnnar ...
Arcoladc, 4 1 110 i 7 I i 1 gu M I 1 ll.r
. .- . MrkbIo I lopton. 2.1 54 I 2 1 7 ' 7U ' I C U'allsre ....
17-) .Hurry. 4 1 10) I I ! 2nk' 4", I 7' 7 Ncncoin ....
S5 lAllne S.. 4 10) s I 1' I ." .'. f.' II. Watron..
lirlsand Queen. 6..! 117 I 9 I 9 I 9 1 9 t 9 IIIcKlnn
.Start cood. Won easll). ffcond Mime. "Winner, Ii5Wll Sc Co. a Service Mlrs linker. Drood
ler reveled In the flop and won as Rhe pleaded under b wak ride. I-vnch. unorlv ridden, rioted
fart nnd I a frood horse In the mud. Fusurtha ehowed tailv sreei and a Uk'.nir; for the K-Mu;:;
and probably ai a bit snort. His Girt 1 net up to her form in the mud. Hurry Is of no pies
Time :12i. :24i. :37. :50i. 1:04. 1;1S.
'Wrd racf, purse t400. for 3-year-olds
Ind. IIORSCS 'wt.j S. U ' I I P- r. Jcckeys. !open"cioef ri.
211 Wall. 4 ' 1ST l G 2 lnoi 1" . 1 1 Doirinlck ...I C-5 14-5 '
239 I'at My Hoy. 4.. ..I 111 7 t' 4' I ; 2 T. n-Itrlen... 3 ' S S-2
.2. .. rountets Clara. 4.. 135 1 1" ; I i j 21 3' J LamWy... 10 ', 2
229 Inrlstol. 6 : 115 S S 714 ! 7 ' ' 4" ;Zero S I 12 4
Sherwood. 3 VO 3 7 S I 8 I S' i" McAulitTe .. fi ! 13 S
239 Hesitate. 4 127 4 4' 3' ; 3' f, 6" Dale C-S I 4-S
2:9 lllurk O'Dowd. 4... 127 6 B1 5" I Ch I 7 7' U. Jihnson.. 10 l 12 4
Dick L'rer. S I 147 I 2 2' 4' I S' I 8 I S IQXflll 1) I 30 10
Start irood. Won eally. second same. Winner. J. S. Bratton's h. p.. 4. by Pirate of Pen
ranee Kate rellttier. Wall outclarsed the lot on the flat and could have won by half a mile.
Pat Mv Rov vrao r.ert bent. The race was a farce.
Time :12!4. :2H. :3S. :53i. lrfCH. l:20'.i. 1:SS. 1:43U. 2:04. 2:13!. 2:33. 2:S3U.
jZtOQ Fourth race, purse $500. for S-year-olds and upward, sir furlongs:
Vt ?4 S. F. Jockeys. 0en C!oe Tl.
2 1 lno'nell 1 i 7-2 Ti
3 2' ink'Ufauchamn. ' 4-.i 9-10 r-
.. v...u,. , , . -. -.... 4 4' ' t INeocom ....I C 13 4
192 Laura O. G.. 5.... 80 B S S" f ( 4 Peullv 7 2
104 iMyr.heer. 5 1 1"8 fi 6 I C C I Sh .T. O'Connor. 2fl 40 ' li
248 ISoundly. 4 1 t6 2 I' I 1' 3 1 lO'Xclll 9-2 C 2
Start sood. Won cleverly, second same. Winner. J. W. tVXeall's b. .. 7. liv nipr Henrv
Flora Leach. Bell owed hi win to Dell's excellent finish. He wa nulttlns: all over, but th
boy kept him irolnc and cot it bv the nod. Fitzkanet naa much the best, but lleauchamp rode
him all through with a loose re!n. got him eut off at tho three-clRhths. took him in the heavy
jroinjr in the stretch. let ro of him altogether In the last sixteenth and put vn a ml?-able exhibi
tion. Odnor. slow to begin, closed with a great rush and would have won in another stride. It
was a great race for him.
Time :12i. :24"4. :25U. :43U. 1:02'4. 1:18.
Fifth race, purse 400. for 4-year-olds
Ind. I HORSES Wt. S. U H I K S. T. Jockeys. ornfciosef' PL
1S9 IPlmto's Daughter.4 105 I 1 1 1'H V V lh lO'Nelll 13 i"
247 Ida Ledford. S....I 111 ; 2 2h 4 4 2nk 2 .T. Walsh.... 1 ' 5-2 1
241 Jim Winn. 4 1 1 I 4 4" 21 !' 4" 3'-ineiuchamp. ' 3 1 1 I 6.3
223 Tcnnv Delle. .... 103 13 V 3 2' 3 4 'Hell I 5-2 2 I 4-5
216 Joe Doughty. 6 ...I 114 5' S !. .' IDcir.lnlck ... t I 3
245 Omella. 6 1 104 7 7 7 7 6' U h. Watson.,1 10 I 17 7
233 Trra Incognita. 61 HI I 5 t' 1 P 6'i . 7 7 IDjIo I 6 18' 3
Start eood. Won drlrlng. second easily. Winner. J. C. Ghln'n blk. m.. 4. by l"lrate of Pen
zance Castopla. Daughter raced well to the mile. Here Ida went past and wa winning eilly
when Walsh eased her up. f-he stopped, and the other won. Ida was much the tit. Jim "Vtnn
ran a good race under a bad ride. Tenny Heile found it tco far. Omella was badly ridden. She
can do better.
Tlme-:07. :19',V :315i. MIS. :57t5. 1:11. 1:2S. 1:27K. 1:46. 1:53.
Sixth race, purse tlOO. yelling, for 4
Ind. ( HORSES Wt. S. U H ti S. F. Jockeys, jopcnjciof PI.
219 (Revoke. 7 101 2 5h S 4 l' 1 T. O'Rrlen... 4 llis w
226 Joe Lesserj 4 Ill 5 4' 2' 1' 2 Pominlck ... 9-5 113-5 1
158 Prince Plenty. 5... 109 7 S" l'i 31 I 3 DaH I 2 '13.5 6 5
221 -Hanan. 6 10J I '.' 0 4 Her r 6 Si
lira's Darling. 4.. 102 10 X 3S 2 S Srull 10 C C--
235 Heile Simpson. 5.. 105 10 9 T1 tu. v. Jone?.... 12 21 8
191 Kunja. 108 8 ( th 4h 5 V Ifllvens 12 15 r,
tlJ Ben O'Fallon. 7... J 113 I 1 I onol 7no 9 g" Tattersall S IS 6
Dorallce. 6 1 104 I 6 1' P I $ 1 8" lUell 20 40 13
199 iThe. Golden Prlnce.1 I 1 . I . ) ) I
I 4 ' 104 4 I 9 I 10 ' 10 f 10 IJ. O'Connor. V, CO "0
Start gocd. Won driving, secend same, vt Inner. J. E. Dockery'a br. m.. 7. by Sir Dixon
Adtle. Revoke was well saved in delay at post, carefully rated, taken the short way and as
best. Lesser showed lmpiovement In the. mud and hung on gamely In the stretch drive He
was poorly handled. Prince Plenty ran a good race under a weak ride. Eva's Il.irllng was'usM
severely and ran a rood race. O'Fallon was cut oft while going well. Doralire had etrly speed
Time :13, :25, :3Si. :51H, 1:03U. 1:18, 1:33.
off Terra Incognita at the post yesterday.
Me could not help that horse or Prince
Plenty a bit in the heavy going. There is
only oite way to take off flesh. That is to
run and work It off hy degrees, and to diet
well. It Is hard and It takes time, but It
leaves the rider strong and fresh. Dale is
a god boy, but he is inclined to be fat and
loves the good things of life too well. He
could do 102 pounds with careful training
and be strong and good. Now it is killing
him to do 11U, and when he does It he is
too iveak and too flaccid to ride well. It is
a pity that Dale did not go about it right.
He Is a good rider and should be taking 113
for firsts instead of 1-3 for also rans right
Said Barney Schreiber yesterday:
TtegWEK'i, I Pt
Is's pedigree as by leoulshot or Sain
I. aura Agnes; while It is certain that he Is
a Sain. The reason Is this: We bred Foul-
shr.t to Laura Agnes In April. Six weeks
later it was evident that she was not in
foal. So wo bred her to Sain. Naturally
Otis was a late foal, a June colt. Hut the
rules say that when Uo horses are bred
to a mare her colt mufit bear the names of
both. OtU is without doubt a Sain, but
Laurn Agnes was bred to Foulshot before
he was bred to Sain, and Foulshofs name
must go tlrst In Otis's pedigree.'
Tommy O'Brien rode a good race on Re
voke yesterday. She reemed to be stop
ping at the three-eighths, but he drove her
hard, raved much ground in the stretch
turn and kept after her. It was one of his
old-time good rides.
Wall locked like a grand pipe at 4 to 5
yesterday, but the bettors were fearful lest
he might sulk If mud was thrown on him
by other horses. So they kept oft. He was
too good for that lot and simply breezed In.
They could not reach him at any part of It.
The Native Nursery Stakes, which is the
feature of a card of seven races to be run
at the Fair Grounds this afternoon, ls the
first cf a ec .es of races prepared for the
special beneMt of Missouri breeders of .
running horses by the Fair Association ana
Delmar Jockey Club. The Native NurBery
has 11.009 added. Thirty-two nominations
were received at $5 each, and five owners
paid the required 530 starting fee yester
day, making the aggregate value of the
Barnoy Schrslbcr will start both Gehelm
ness and Mlndora in the stake. Gehelmness
ls a bay filly by Imp. Sain-Theresla. She
has won several races this season, and is
regarded as one of the best 2-ycar-olds In
the Schreiber stable. Theresla. the dam of
Gehelmness, Is a D.uke of Montro?e mare.
Schreiber bought hor an a yearling and
named the Ally in honor of one of his sis
ters. Mtndora ls a handsome black colt by Imp.
Sain Park Kldge. Schreiber bought the
dam of this colt from Eugene Leigh when
the latter closed out his La Belle Stud in
Kentucky. Leigh ls now in England train
ing for Frank Gardner, one cf the most suc
cessful patrons of the English turf. Dan
Honlg of St. Louis used to race Park Ridge,
who was a rattling good race mare In her
day. Sarner was Park Ridge's first foal.
He was a useful racing tool last season.
Mlndora promises to develop into a better
horse than Sarner. Schreiber seems to have
the Native Nursery cinched with Gehe.m-
ness ana Jimaora. put the unexpected is al
ways happening In horse races, and horse
men never count eggs before they are
Basqull & Co.'r- entry fcr the Native Nur
sery Is Doctor Kammerer. a bay colt by
Imp. Woodmoss Pruo Pennieton. This colt
was bred bv Doctor A. W. McAllister or
Columbia. Mo. Flora Levy is a black filly
by Goldster.c Miss Birdie. Flora races In
the colors of her breeders. Martin & Pat
ton of Sturgeon, Mo. She Is a full sister
to that good filly. Birdie Stone. Goldstone.
the sire of Birdie Stone nnd Flora Levy, ls
a half brother to the famous race mare
Ethel Gray. Goldstone won many a purse
for the late J. D. Patton at the Fair
Grounds. William Mulkey. the millionaire
Kansas City turfman, will be represented
In the Native Nursery by Ed Ball, a chest
nut -reldinsr by VIrse d'Or Nlnbe. lil n.ill
ls & fair sort of a youngster.
Fresiaent c A. Tines of the Fair Associa
tion arranged to have the runnlnr of the
American Derby at Washington Park caUed
off from the press stand at tha Fair
Grounds this afternoon.
T. C. Christy shipped his 3-year-old.
Doctor Burns to Washington Park In charge
of V. Hughes. Mr. Christy went to Chicago
himself last night to see the American Der
by. He hap Doctor Bums entered In sev
eral siikes at Washington Park. The horse
"H?. 1,KC a roarer. You can hear him
whistling across the track.
Barney Echre!rr departed for Chicago
last nlshL with Jcckey Singleton, who ls
7-; TH z-i
Z-l 2 1
l; 19 3 2
6i c 2)
21 to 2
I' W. Jcnei....
73 'J O'Connor.
9 II. Jones
10' ISingleion ...
11 T. o'Hiten...
12 illomlnlcb ...
- olils and upward, six furlong:
li 1. 7
to si :
til VI 1 Z)
10 1 l'V) I 4)
6 S i !
Zl 3i I
6 tu ! :
10 7 T:
2 S-2 1
4 I S-2
3 i 2
7 30 1".
4 3 2
4 ' S I 7-2
i ! i 7-2
io i 3) ! i:
and upward, one and one-half mile on flat:
and upward, eleven-sixteenth of a mile:
- j'ear - olds and upward, seven furlongs:
slated to ride Otis in th Amov;.-,.. t..v...
to-day. Otis is a Jllssouri-brcd horse, and
local turfites are pullinc for him to 'pn'ih
flnt In the ,0M rizo at Washington
Park. ' at .ascinton
Tom Haves nreilioto tiinf t, 1
Derby will be won by either Clarence Mac-
key's Heno or John E. JIadden's" Pentecost
fie.2 yesterday that he would be willln?
.- . V.-.CH muiicy against tne pair.
as a betting pnorosmo.v.
nnnnom. Srhrrllirr Entry. 1'haronli
nntl Tom Collins Look Like Winner.
Old bad-hoofed ISansom In the ust raco
to-day. He was (joins brilliantly when ho
I -as mm c off last time. With a
j bl boj up he can win to-day. Brown
aii win lc second and Potheen third.
Foro and Aft In the second if he will
run kindly and has a bov on who will hJld
his head up. Never mind his last race.
Coburn outrode Beauchamp 20 to 1. Chr k
tine A. will hav her hands full beating;
Kobcrt G. Lansing in tho mud. Ed Pay
son will like the distance, but whether he
j known. He is by Lamplighter nnd tint
..in .live ina jiecunar urana of mud ls not
1 goes, and his winning race was run on a
lumpy niiu mutiny iracK. Iok 01
look out for
"iir. uysorj. Ho loves the distance. Hut
.iii ,v bovu mjy up 11 ougnt 10 be Fore
Larry Wilt looks sweet in the next.
Though a adsworth he never did -ro
iwei1 !P.thc 'J1"? a 2-year-old. Hut he
la bred to go in it. So it must be to rtem
wnom w-o know loves it. Aej-ln will -ta
well, and Nan Dora must not bj forgotten
But Uterp looks like a winner. lursullrn-
.JV1I?,v.ot.aniv0 Native Nursery Stakes
the "Schrcibers; " u iv ,he only breeder
in Missouri. Gehelmness and Mlndora should
run one two. Ed Hall will show.
The best lot of mud lines r ,k ... 1.1
in the next race. Five to one and take vour
pick. Guide Roc'.:, a Dtake horsj in mud. 13
awful y good Just now. Look at what Od
nor did yesterday. Jordan is giving away
u lot of weight. Wallabout likes it. but
cannot run fast enough. It Is aw;fullv
JuSh' t,Gu,Iq nock and odnor are fastest.
Guide Rock has a pull In the weights. Jor
dan Is fittest to go the ciirrtance. Keen
away from it. It Is too hard a race.
Tickful, Jfmi Pharoah and Orlandlne
will go well. ThM Pharoih. with a good
boy up, will win. Tickful is a good mjtlJer
anu so is ictus, but Pharoah will beat them
sure If his head is held up.
This one Is In
1XIU t IIUU
TTJ)m,v?0,1iin,, .n"wa5- '" the last, though I
Jake Jebber will go well. Jnke Is speedy !
it i.i i is"D loP mua- uul now can
they beat Tom Collins?
jockey count fixed ssoo.
llnrlrm J mine Uldn't Want to Deprive
Employers of Day's Services.
Chicago, June 29. Colonel Hamilton, pre
siding iudge at the Harlem race track, to
day Imposed a fine cf &00 on Coburn, the
stable Jockey for G. C. Bennett & Co. In
fining; Coburn the Judge told him it was a
substitute punishment for being- set down
for three months because there was- no de
sire to deprive his employers of his services
for that length of time, as that might do
them an Injustice.
The fine was retroactive. Coburn repeated
ly having been given minor punishments by
both Judse and starter for rough ridins
during tho spring meeting of the Harlem
Matters came to a head after the first
race to-day which Coburn won on the Ben
nett colt. Mallory. by cutting across at the
staTt from the outside position to the rail
causing the field to pull up.
Captain Shatter Won.
Sycamore. IB... June 20. At the annual touma.
rnent of the Crestoit Gun Club to-cSr -hi CrVsn
IIL. the principal ev., .,. .. -..rr... ii
I '-..?T'T ct. Rectalle- and Captain JarS?,
riRKiier were selected contest i for the event
351 wSti:Ir WS at nk-iwn "angles' T at a
thirty yards' rise. Captain Sha ter gr5s?,d ever?
muiu uwner eni. wa ie Gardner, clohed
97 per cent. Captain Shatter ls over 60 y?ars
VandcrblH's Horse AKain Unplaced.
ne?SVei?BirnS;irW- Vanderbtll's Arlege was
not placed In the race for the Prix Es'arts at
the Jjalsoru Imtte meetlnifTo-diy. Me?"y (?o
PrtT nayon o?Or.WM "C In th "or the
PniESTER'S Cnfe nnd Reitanrant.
Elegant eervlce. nonulnr nrleen trrflai
IN AMERICAN DERBY.
Classic of Western Turf Will l?e
IJuu To-Day at Washington
I 'ark, Chicago.
TRACK MORE OR LESS HEAVY.
Rain Yesterday Changes Aspect of
Ure:!t Stake and (.Jives Any Out
sider Apparent Chance Mc
Chesney Not in Entries.
Chicago, June II TMrteen horses are en
tered to start In to-morrow's American Der
by, and It Is likely that one or two others
villi be added to the list to-mcrrow morn
ing, making one vt the largest fields ever
seen in the race. The practical assurance
of a heavy track may be rcspotulble for
the starting of several horses whoso own
ers think they will have a chance In this
Had of going, which they wuuld not hae
under other conditions.
Otvn.-ra do not have to make their final
declarations until 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, ar.d it is possible that some sur
prises may Lo sprung at the 1 tst moment.
i:nrie. JocUej, ami netting.
The lit as announced to-nign:, Kgcthcr
with the latest belting, j as follows:
Horw ar.i J.vkty. Wright. Betting.
Otis. tJ.niiliion . . i-: . ,
i ,.-.i ...,". ......: v - " "
ller.o, liullman i:
I'cntecost. iteuf-'in i:
Arsenal, OVonnor '. tl
Utile's Commoner. Knight '.....'.1ZZ
Hcrrals, .Mriue ... . v
Wjetn. Lyr.e '..'..Mi
I.t:orn..V'inol,--. J. Woodj Ki
AlKudin. Iltlgeisou L.'
l'roul. l)avlz5iii . jij
Comgan. J. Rans.h '. ui
Cruzaaoj, itin-:i iu
l'i to 1
- to 1
4 to 1
4 to t
5 to 1
7 to 1
lo to 1
10 to 1
15 to 1
15 to 1
U to 1
ZJ to 1
Crnziidos to Utatrt, After All.
Although Owner Ualdwin and Trainer
Spiers both announced positively yesterday
that Cruzadoy would not s,tart on'ing to
the slight injury ho received in the Derby
trial at Harlem yesterday, they appeared
to-day to change their minds, and to-night
they announce that there Is a strong pos
sibility that tho sen of the Kmperor cf
rtfolk will go to the pest.
There has been a quiet rumor also that
the famous Santa Anita stable is counting
on Escalante to carry its colors and that
Cruzados Is not really as good a colt as
tscalante. Such are the rumu that have
kept the public guessing as to what really
will take place in the big race.
rhero is much disappointment at the
promise of a muddy track for the race.
Lontr-iry to the promise of the weathor
man. t alied most of to-day and it seems
sure that the track wlil be more or 'ess
JIuil Clinngrc Aspect of Hnce.
What eflcct a sn-w track may have on the
chances it tne f.-.voritc horses Is more or
Charles Hill, the trainer of Heno. all
along ha-i maintalnrd that the -Mackay colt
can negotiate muddy going, but he lias ad
mitted that he would prefer a fast track.
Those In charge of Arsi-r.al declare the
Featherstone colt can go in the mud. but
this fact cannot be gathered from races
he has run. Much the same can be said of
Pentecost, although the Iatter'a supporters
declare emphatically he Is a good "mud
der." Hermls Is pronounced a good mud horse,
and It is believed Belle's Commoner can
negotiate such going.
As to the outsiders in the race, the
chances of all are suDDased to be
enhanced bv the Draining of a slow traek.
Prowl, the winner of the Arkansas Derby.
Is a selling plater on a fast track, hut mil
starr to-morrow oecaus? or tne onnrmton or
I the track. S. v. Hildrcth's 1-uclen Appleby
has been concided a royal chance In the
big race in case of a slow track. Lord
yues. anomer liimretn to:t. is said to dls-
like slow track?, yet he won the Crescent
I D"rb' on a rtow" track-
-vvyetl:. the Drake entry. Hkes tUs kind
of coins. Aladdin, the O. C. Eonnett start-
1 or. ia not conceded a chance exceDt In slow
K0,nK an.d a Email chance In that.
Corrlsan a Sure Stnrter.
The annonunccment that CorrlKan, the
Burns & Watrrhouse colt, would Mart
comes in th nature of a surprise. It jcen
erally has hen believed that thlq cut i
j lacklnrr in cl.i"-s and has no ehtvico In the
l.irby. but It i.i Enid he Is n sure starter.
Otis, the St. T.ouis Derby winn-T, .illhcuglt
he won the event on a fast track, is an
excellent mudder. and probably has a bettor
chance to win in ruch coins than 0:1 a sood
.vcLhcrney. the pride and hope of the
west until no met with an accident at Har-
I Li1?' lai:t Wednesday, worked at the West
j Side track to-day and showed no traces of
iuiuvi:t-M3. yet 1115 name is not jriven out as
a starter. However, there are manv who
liopo McChesney's name will appear on tho
ntnrtln-; board to-morrow nfternoon, pro
vided the track is not too heavy, for Mc
Chcsnev is known not to be at home In
Mo?t trainers believe that the track will
be only slightly tlow tn-morrow, and some
iron lnnlr fn, It in V.d n...!........!. I... mi..
weather mnn promises a fair day and It
may ne ir.nr, with no additional rain, the
trnck will fcc In fair condition.
If it shall not rain to-morrow afternoon
th re will be an enormous attendance, prob
ably f-illy SO.0'0 people. Strangers have
arrived from all parts of the country to se-
th r-ice. Governor Yatos has engaged a
To-I)n'.i Wnshln-Tton Park Entries.
nrct race, on? mile:
....12.1. fan! Crertcn 107
is,! li'enwater 10:
1221 Wnln-a-llolnen 102
Second race, six furlongs:
I "Luke V.'arJ
Maud Gonn ....
Fourth race, seven and one-half furlongs, sell- 1
Alfred Vnrgrave 112 Semicolon 10a
Synll 110 List Knight 10B
Wild l'lralc 110 Kd Adock 104
C. H Campbell !')7 stuvvc fo
Winter 107 Lacrtmae 99
Fifth race, four nrd one-half furlongs:
Sidnev C. Love 115'iWatklns Overton lit
rtaude IIS. Reekcnera ....- Ill
ith?taC'":an : lis
TomCogan lijl High Clrarmer 1)S
S'.xth race, seven and one-half furlongs, selllns:
Co'on-l IlaIIantyae..lll I.akcv!cw CMle 102
Hoomercck Ii7 I Vassal Dance 9-t
'irue it.ue p 6 1 Hnvensbury 9
Hrownie Anderson 104.IIusr.ah 9
..ldllOueea of Dlxlana.... 91
WnslilnvTtnn PnrW Selections.
Chicago. June 20. Selections;
First Race Glcnaater. FedercL Waln-a-molnen.
Stcond Race Maud Gor.no, Kcnliworth, Scor
pio. Third Race. American Derby Wyeth. Otis,
Fourth Race Wild Pira'e. Stuvve. Llcrlmne.
Fifth Race Sidney C. Love. Tom Cogan, Wat
klnaOvertrn. Sixth Race-Lakevlew Bel'.e. True Blue, Eva
WILL HISTOItY I1EPEAT ITSELF?
Detent of Favorites In Great Stakes
Gives Food for Speculation.
New York. June 21. On the ovc of tho
Derby, running form students are discuss
ing the singular regularity with 'which the 1
closely held favorites In the important hand-
leaps all over the country have been knocked '
down by outside fancies.
f)n t Tin aiPAnittri nf -t A4t Al TfilTt rrev
season's statistics on this point a 'great I
army, of system players are anticipating
Heno's overthrow tb-morrow nt Wujhinlcn
Park. Lord Quex, the winning favorite in
the Crescent Citv Derby tt New Orlaans.
and Gold Heels, In the Soh-.nfcan. arc ibe
two exceptions. But starting In with the
Montgomery- Handicap at .McmphU-Circyr.
a 100-to-l shot, won; Ethics, nt 10 to :. won
me warier tianuicap at Acraeauci; tne La
tonla Derby at Newport went to Harry
New. the longest priced starter !.n Cinc.n-
nati's feature rare: Al.1n-a-D3.Ie defeateil
4, Abe Frank, the favorite. In the Kentucky
Derby. whlio Arrenal. an outsider, carried
awav the Metronoiitnn iinrr-i....
In the less noted s'.aies ami" handicap fls-
... .-..." ul" cngianu galloping home
.,; t0 X ,n i?e Toboggan Handicap; ila
tennan, a medium-priced choice, vunjulihed
t-ompute in the Belmont. Then came Ktiua.
rT . '" lno "roo'tlyti Handlcao.
rhe latest long-shat triumph was Otis, at
, 30 to 1. In the St. Iritis Derbj-. Now the
I r..P 3 vi,r.ld ls speculctins on the pnibabil-
rlv.' llsr.J' tepeating Itself in to-mor-
---. bu-ai winerican uerby.
CAMEItOX BEIT Ht'ULl.V IX 1 ,3:1.
ic.aw.t, at 23 to l. Captured Lust
nuce nt Mlieepsheud Hay.
New York. June L-O.-Juvenalls. Irish Lad
and Hurst Bourne were the winning fa
foritcs at Sheepshead Bay to-day. The card
was very ordinary, the ch:ef Interest cen
tering In the fourth race, a handicap at one
mile, cameion. at 3 io I, was the winner,
liu lay bonind Dunlin to tho stretch, where
he moved oJt and won by half a leiigtit In
the n.j.1 time ui 1:3.4. Summary:
fuw'.VJ?"'. fu.r, v1"'8' !-'r-o!ds. selling, six
t.ii?s'Jy Holyiuod. iw) Rl(. to 1. won.
M.,r,tJrlov,e.'.' 1"' oEtlerl. J to 1. e.-,nu-.
1 lilluieer. Ml (uochtanl. U lo 1, t.nr.1. ln.ie.
;;. . S- ' ." -luiaor. Tonula. Cariy live, llu
erta, .May J. ar.u Batalah al'o lan.
econa nice, maiutns, j-vrar-inds and up. one
mile and a furlong ju.-aall, 1.2 (ondnvr. ;
IHJ-'jh'w,.; AUolaide l-uticv. 107 (tumsr. ti io 1.
5-eccnd . Cutiwjr. lj (l.aiji. s lo i tnlru.
;ime. i:jj i-j. -Atina I'arling. Ea.-t itei-lon.
fM,ri'icn',. LaJ' Ap-.leLy. Wjterton. Snu;r
Wuinr.e. C. ltt,tenfelu. lh Guinea. Bonus. Tno
l.JKKar. ldy lona and Dactjl also lan.
utplaur and Anna Darliirg cuupiea in bett r.g.
fnTinn r$e:or -ir-uld. last nve and a tuit
runongs of the Futur.ty etuis Irish Lad. '1
(Burns). 9 to 10 won: Dal'y Gea. 113 (Shaw).
.r ,,' ,P,n"-'-,l.:?1,4-- lVax Car.ole. Lady Al -cr-iiw!
ran 11-r Toucan ood and Hence
,-oui"', rac'- h"dleap. one mile Cam-ron. 109
(vtonderlj). o to 1. won; Dublin, lis (Lar.urj). S
to 1. second. Bellarlo. lv) tSrnltn). 12 to 1. tnird.
J.lne. l:a. iiornlngi.lde, Argregor. Belle of Tioy.
1 ranctsco, Jar.ic and -l-.th,v nl.-o ran.
Si.' ani rrancesco coupled In bettlr.g.
l-lflli race, rur maidens. i-jwoMs. lsst five
nnd one-nulr turloiu,-! o. the Futur.ty eaunf
lluist Bourno, HJ (J. iUrt.n), S to 6. wen. Athol
112 (Land)). 4 to 1. tecjnd, iictoiilan. 112
l-l'V?"'; -' '', ,,h"d- ,lln'c- !-: !-- i!inue.,
l-.arl of Warwick, oakuigtcn. War Cry. Muzlu.
ix;auer, lironerdal. l-agua. v.elner Wurst.
".Northern Light and 'O'Ke.liy also ran.
.northern Llghl and U'Kcilly coupltd in bt-
..mxSl1 ,r?r"' onc tn'le and a quarter, on turf,
relllng Fatalist, 57 (hirer, a tt, l. won; Mepto!
!r 'Vur,;a"". - 1. stcond; Prince Kicnard. 103.
U. Martin). 3 to I. third. T.me. 2:u7. AlsUe.
Caithness. Jack Demund and Leonig also ran.
To-Day'a Slieepnlienil Hay Entries.
race. Inaugural Sterplechasj, short
Jim Meglbben 153 I Euphone ...
George V.W Jenkins.. 155 Marylander
halllwt 153 Herculean .
Rpwdy 1 I Divamtron .
Rising Sun 15! I -t.olhardy ..
I.v,rlon il I .'ankard ...
race, selling, six furlongs, on man
Charles W. Meyer... 59
Red Damosei 90
Cheat 'Em lvH
Third race, the Surf Stakes, five and one-hllf
fu.r!onjs of Futurity course:
jliarles Elvvood 127Showman 117
lionte Carlo tr2( slave u7
Hackenrack 11? I Hounding Beauty ill
Fourth race, the Tidal Stakes, one mile anl a
Gold Cure 125
Old England 123
Fifth race. five, furlongs of Futurity course,
Doctor Saylor 112 Cllnquevalll 102
Jlorca 109 Glorlosa 100
Ird Tureg 107 Blue Delft 9
i-oothsaver 105 Ithin S3
Dark Planet -....105 Hobbinet M
Sidle O.. I'M nius Banner. 99
Mount Hope 102 Hrlmstone 87
Choice .. 102 Maty McCarthy 94
Sixth race, handicap, one mile and a sixteenth,
Swiftmas 123 Lombre im
Belvino in Cuspidor 1114
Lanceman 110 Operator 113
KlnnlkJnnlc 108 Drcadstrett 95
Slieepaliend niij- Selections.
New York. June 2i. ceetIon.:
SIcrMtttenaCCJe0rBe W' Jcnk,n- Sallust. Jim
i-econd Race Delaaoa. Ilannenecker s-.,lr.
ni-rd luce-Suave. Hounding Beauty. Show-
th Race Maine r)alf-rlAl. A--....- n.j
gland. ".-. ,c. v,,u
Fifth Race Do-fn- :-n-tfte ri- rn.....
quevulli. ' "'". v-i.i-
Slxth Rare KInnlklnnic. Numeral. Snlftmsr.
PnoWI. DEATCX I1Y FRANGinLE.
Outsider Took Derby Candldnte'a
Measore-llnrlrm .McetInK Closes.
Chicago. June 20. The Harlem spring
meeting ended to-day. A slight rain all
afternoon made the track heavy and
faorites fared badly. In the sixth race, at
one mile, Learoyd. 40 to 1, In the betting,
won with comparative ease from Dlgby
Bell. Prowl, an American Derby candi
date, started in the fourth event, a mile
and an eighth handicap, and was beaten a
length by Frangible.
hlle going to the post in the first race
Dobrouch, with Meaae up. stumbled and
fell. The filly Jumped on Meade's back, in
juring him severely. Summary:
, F'ra:,ra?rt four and one-hllf furlongs Mai
lory. 110 iCoburni, 4 ti 1. won: St-aiwinder, 1.8
(Mathevvsi 7 to 2. sreond; Allan, 107 (J. Woods).
to 10 third. Time. :i3 1-5. Ahola. Frances
I'ortir. Dundeinpet, Lola L. and Dobroutk also
ran. Apple S-,eu left at the post.
Second race, six furiongs-.'el!!e Waddell. 91
(J. V. Ut.ni. , to 1, won: Alanl, 109 iCoburn).
4 to 1. secona: Ice King. Ill tj. Woods. 7 to 5.
third. Time. 1:11. Mary Pine. Money Muss.
Tom Klngsley. Tom Wallace. Leneta. 1.11a 1'on
so and The Cedara also ran.
Thud race, tteeplechase, handicap, short course
ralelli. 125 tKelley). 12 to 1. ston; Karrell 141
(Taylor). 8 to 1. second- Mac Lnren. 14'tO.
Wilson). to 1. third. Time, 2:Jj3-5. Walter
Cleary. Globe II. Queen Ship and Dagmar alo
ran. Maro and Helen Paxton fell. Alice D.
left at post.
I Fourth race, mile and an el;hth Frangible.
7 I 90 (W. Knapp). 1 to 1. won; lTowI. 90 (liavls
7 ton). 2 to 1. second: Marshal Nell. 9J (Hoar),
o 11, 1. 1111111. .line. j.3. ire; i-aav uoctor
Sliphelis. Scarlet Lily and Nitrate also ran.
Fifth race, mile and a quarter, selling Ar
ticulate. 107 (Lyre). 1 to 2, won; Searcher. 104
ICoburn) 16 to f. second: Compass. 102 (Don
nell). 20 to I. third. Time. 2:11. Sclentlllant
and Six Shooter also ran.
Slvth race, mile, selling Learoyd. 101 (niker).
40 to 1. won: Dlgby Hslt. 1W J. Walsh). 4 to 1.
recond; Matin Jtvli. M (Donnelly). 7 to I. third.
Time. 1:16 2-5. Mackev. Lucy Locket. Emnthton.
Declalmer. Santa Teresa. Chickadee. Ernest l'ar
hani. HlDwaho and Alma Girl also ran.
Seventh tace. mile and a sixteenth Vlncrnnes.
10a U. Mathews), 7 10 2. won; Delrd. VA
(Wright). IS to I. second; Mies IJia. 10S (Con
lev). 4 to 1. third. Tim-. 1:513-5. Ucdner.
Limelight. Tcmmanv Chief, Carl Kahler, Ar
tena and Reseda also ran.
STAItTING RATE FAILED TO WOnK.
Only Abont Half the Starters In Wok
lna;Iiani S token Completed Coarse.
I.cndon. June 20. The return of the rainy
weather to-day dampened the spirits of the
occupants of the country houses at Wind
sor nnd around Ascot, and the attendance
at the races was in no way comparable
with that of the earlier days of the Ascot
The Ancot HIch-Weleht Stakes was wen
by Victor Don. ridden by J. Relff.
The Duke cf Portland's William the Third
(Cannon), won the Alexandra Plate. Osooch
(Maher) was second and Amer Picon
(fllgby) third. Six horses ran.
The principal race of the day. tha
Wokingham Stakes (handicap for 3-year-olds
and upwards, six furlongs), was won
by an outsider. His Lordship. Papdale was
recond and Planar third. Twenty-five
, horses started.
' The starting gate refused to act In the
contest fcr the Wokingham Stakes, and
only about half the starters got properly
away and completed the coutse. There was
I some discussion as to whether the race
I ought not to be run again, but the stewards
j decided that this was not necessary.
I Leopold de Rothschild, the owner cf the
favorite, Vatel. subsequently' lodged a pro
test against the event being declared a
race. Ills protest was overruled.
Arthur James's colt by St. Serf Eistedd
fod, on which Maher had the mount, won
tne vwnosor iastie aiaxes.
Fowling Piece (N. Jenkins), won tha
Forty - ninth Triennial Stakes.
Results nt Fort Erie.
P"""?10' N- Y'; June L f 0--neu'.ts at Fort Erie:
' J-tV, rjh. miz!i. r?.r,?m?y.S:i!."
Sme SU. on:l: Vo1""' ,hlr'1'
Second race, llxt furlong-DInksle won- Wool
sack, eecend: Indian Chid, third. Time. 1:C2U..
Tumi tac. one mite Taxman cn: Annla
Lauretta, feeend: Ducarsa. third. Time. l:10ij.
Fourth raco. six furlongs Cad Hax.l woni
The Oommcn, s-cond; Johnnie McCarthy, thlri.
nith lace. six. ana cn-n.-iif furlongs Fill
buster wen; Eaclatre. ajesna; Bean, third..
Tlml.I:S5i' .., . - v ,. . . .
-81h race seven and cne-half fnrlongs-L?dr
Brooks, third. "fftU.'-'H? m'a' ,Koaa:
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FOREST PARR ROAO
RACE FILLED WELL.
Thirty-Seven Entries , Were Ku-
ceived for Itevival of the
RACE WILL BE RUN TO-DAY.
Old Course Will Be Followed Ex
cept at One I'oint and Dis
tance Covered Will Be
Thirty-seven entries have been received
for the revival of the Forest Park road
race, which will be run this afternoon, com
mencing at 2. The event promises to be 1
of more interest than for several years
past. Some good riders are entered. While
the old course will not be followed through
out, the distance will be the same as the
former races, twenty miles.
On account of stipulations- by the park
officials, the race will start early and the
limit men will leave their marks promptly
at 2. Starting at Blair monument, the con
testants will go west under the Wabash
bridge and past Sylvan Lake, pas3 the old
restaurant and turn south up Nigger Hill,
thence continuing to tl.c Clayton road,
thence to King's Highway and back to the
starting point. The only change from the
old course is that the riders will turn east
on the Clayton road after mounting Nigger
Hilt, repairs on the Drldge on Sunset 11 rive
at the foot of little Nigger Hill rendering
Among the notables to figure In the race
will be Christian Crunnet of Chicago, who
is the solitary scratch man In the race.
Jake Weldner and Hob Orr, the local riders,
art next in limit with a. handlcao of one
minute each; while A. E. Keppel of KVoktiit, I
w.u start irom tne same marie, u. t. ivep-
pel. the latter's brother and a crack Iowa. '
riucr, win start irom me lour-anu-une- ;
halt minute mark.
Considerable Interest has been aroused
over placing the Chicago man at scratch us
the performances of tne Chicago riders in
the former road races is well remembered.
The Chicago riders always snowed to great
advantage on the level, but the hills in the
course proved a great barrier. Nigger hill
being apparently insurmountable tor many
of the visitors. Unaccustomed as the Chi
cago men were to hills, the steepness of the
ascent proved an advantage to the local
Although the handicap limit Is ten min
utes, no contestnnt will have the extreme
figure. Miles Burke Is limit man with nine
minutes handicap. The course will be cov
ered five times, making the distance twenty
miles In all.
OHlctre for the race are: T. J. Parvln.
referee: J. II. Hansen. R. J. Schooler nnd
L. C. Jones. Judges; H. G. Wolzendorf, F.
F. Howard and A. G. Harding, timers;
Charles Malor.e, T. N. Davis and A. C.
Jeuhne. scorers; Percy Stone, starter; J.
Grant Smith, clerk of course; M. A. Loevy,
chief checker; II. Clay Ashlock. handlcap
per. Entries and handicaps for the event
Chris. Grunnet.. scratch George Larson 54
J. C. Weldner 1
F. c. Hllker. 5i
B. C. Hopkins fl
II. F. Humes B
Kdvard ctnrolly ....M
J. IL Magnis ,
A. L. Kepper 1
It. H. Orr 1
Arthur Hartlng 3
Darwin Chase 3
F. Sander 3
William Conley I
Carl A. Cornelius.... 4
G. C. Keppel. 4'
Mark Stanley 4's
1'. W. Rantt 4(,
W. P. Wasson S
Frenk Talk c
J. J. Wyrsch '
Qua I.oefrel SVi
Fred Harris S',
A. llrlres '.'.'.,
C 11. Uehn ....
l.eorge It. Walker..
juuus 'cna:er ....
M. p. Murray.....
S. P. Evans.
James Williams 71t
w. ia Dunne 74
Miles Burke 9
ELDORADO. KAS. A jury to try Jessie
Morrison a third timo for the murder. In
June. 1500, of Mrs. Olm G. Cistle has been
completed after a week's effort, and the
talcing 01 testimony was Begun.
AVA, II.L. Peop'e are moving Into Percy
from all sides to work at the mines. The
Goalby & Moffatt mlns there are working
full blast, and the IVttle Muddy mine is to
be reopened. The first two have been prac
tically idle since January, and the last one
had been abandened.
AUSTIN. TEX. The Supreme Court has
decided tho shippers' compress case against
the State. The decision was based on the
facts, the court holding that competition
had pot been dertroyed, because there was
none In the first Instance.
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KASj Andrew Carnegie
has offered JT5.CC0 to the city for a library I 8
on the usual terms.
MANILA.-Pedro Fcleir, the leader of the o
Ladroncs who captured and subsequently X
cut to pieces a Sergeant, two Corporals and a
four privates of the Fifth CavalrV at Bin- 8
angonan. lUral Province. May- 30, has been ! S
JACKSONVILLE. ILL. Th tru.tee, of 1 a
Central Insane Hospital will hoW a'nTeet- I 8
ing June 25 to elect a successor to Doctor ' O
Joseph Robblns as superintendent. Accord- 5
lnc to the statement nf rl .fc fl"? . S
the names of Doctor Harry Carrlel of Bar-
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ta any ad.!rt. Ir. ij. a. HomannV. o. &ST Morcaa
trcct, ft. lui. i.'a. I'riMc Circular n.i
tonrllle. Doctor Taylor of Watertown and
Doctor E. L. Crouch of Mount Vernon are
IRELAND WILL MOURN
ON CORONATION DAY.
London. June 20. The United Irish
league ls preparing to keep corona
tion day as a "day of mourning for
The District Council of Clare-Mor-rls.
County Mayo, has resolved to
hoist a black Hag over the Council
Chamber June 25 and 27, and has Is
sued an Invitation to the ether Coun
cils to Join in thus celebrating the
"coronation of the English King, to
whose Government the people of this
country are so much Indebted Tor
famines, coinn ships, coercion and
g Deservedly The
g Renowned Whiskey
of the World
Tns Amarlcan Gentleman's Wblskej
and for ladies obliged to use a
stimulant this ls THE Whiskey.
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