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COLORS TD AN" EASY VICTORY
Irs. Whitney and Mrs.
Duryea Win Their
THE RESET-PROVES POPULAR
Gunfire Takes Twin City
Handicap From High
Selections for Today at Sheepshead Bay.
First race Itlian, Jpse Dixit, Rajrlotts.
-Second race Capt. Arnold. Zoroaster, Ethics.
'Third race Accful, Blue Ribbon. Fire Eater.
Fourth race Hatasoo, Lux Casta, Par Excellence.
Fifth race Efeseiie, Flirtineer, Atheola.
Sixth race-Past, Wild Pirate, Tlie"Kegcnt.
JLUES 'kkfi DISAPPOINTS
'Trauk Farrell'a Erratic Colt Made Fa
vorite for Kace, But Plays Second
Fiddle Winner's Price 15 to 1 New
Record for the Race.
NEW YORK, Sept. 1. AH of 30,000
. persons saw the racing at Sheepshead
I Bay this afternoon, but form -was up in
Ithe air, as only one favorite -was vic
torious. This was the two-year-old
gelding,"'' Alsono, who won the second
race for all ages, weights seven pounds
below the scale, at three-quarters of a
mile on the main track. Incidentally,
Alsono led the crowd to see for the first
tlmr; the colors of "Mr. Itoslyn," the
name under which Mrs. Harry Payne
"Whitney and Mrs. Herman B. Duryea
wlll'race their recently acquired stable
thoroughbreds. The colors "green,
rhite hoops, green sleeves and green
cap" closely resemble those of Messrs.
TVhllney &. Duryea, which have become
.famous tor the sensational performances
of Irish Lad.
It was a source of much satisfaction
to the new owners when Alsono came
down to the wire a clever winner by
three lengths. The crowd, too, was
chuckful of enthusiasm and applauded
wildly when' Cochrar. rode the gelding
back to the scales.
Alsono the Favorite.
Alsono was a favorite, at 13 to 10, with
Lawrence "VVaterbury's Clorlta and John
"A. Drake's Harrow equal second choices,
.at 4 to 1.
The start was excellent, and Cochran
immediately took Alsono to 'he front.
The two-year-old had a world of speed,
and maintained his advantage all the
way. "Unmasked, a 15-to-l slrot, under
Burn's -whip, made an unsuccessful at
tempt to overhaul the favorite, Alsoro
passing the judges three lengths to the
good. .Unmasked was a similar distance
.before Clorlta, who was a neck before
Line 4-to-l shot,. Ben Battle.
Another Whitney Horse.
There was another triumph in store
for the "Whitney family when the three-
year-old filly Gunfire won tho Twin City
Handicap for turee-ycar-oids and up
ward at a mile and a quarter. Gunfire
carried-Wi-Gi Whitney's- colors and Jin-
ished in front of a splendid field of
horses. She was quoted at 15 to 1, the
belief being general. that she could not
go the route. "When let down at tho
head of the stretch, htowevcr, she showed
that she possessed both staying quali
ties and speed, inasmuch as licr time
Blues Is Still Erratic
Thirteen horses ran. Frank Farrell's
erratic Blues being the favorite at 7 to
2, with S. S. Brown's three- ear-old colt
Hyphen well played at fours, and old
Advance Guard, in spite of the fact that
he shouldered 130 pounds, catching a
load of money at .sixes. There was also
plenty of backing for "Whiskey King at
tens, and iHIs Eminence at fifteens.
Whiskey King attempted to make a
rupaway race of it, and led Blues a mer
ry chase to the head of the stretch. Hy
phen and Gunfire followed, always with
in striking distance of the leaders, with
the others strung out. Whiskey Kinc
-tired in the last furlong, and Gunfire,
P rushing past Blues, who had stalled off
Hyphen s challenge, hurried down to the
judges a length and a half before
Blues, who beat Hyphen a half length.
"Whiskey King was a neck behind and
a length before His Eminence. The time
was a now record for the race.
First race Steeplechase handicap;
three-year-olds and upward; full course.
Eophone, 143 (Barry), 3 to 1, won; In
spector Stevens, 155 (Heider), 3 to 2,
second; Judge Phillips, 148 (Conlcy), JO
to 1. third Time, 5:10. Jim Megibben.
Eallust. Cock Robin, Semper Ira, Fool
hardy, Gypsle, Terrible Terry, Furlough
Second race All ages, six furlongs on
main track." Alonso, 97 (Cochrane),
even won; Unmasked. 117 (Burns). 10
to 1. second: Clarita, 122 (Odom), 4 to 1.
third. Harrow, Ben Battle, Hanover
Queen, De Rcszkc, Extinguisher, Spark
let .also ran.
Third race The Autumn Maiden; two-year-olds;
last five furlongs'of Futurity
course; maidens at time of closing,
rarlsienne. 112 (WondcrlyJ, 3 to 1, wonr
Skilful, 122 (Burns), 8 to 3, second; In
cubator. 115 (Landry), '15 to 1, third.
1 .Time, &yc-o. stamping Ground. Cincin
bM ' aatus, Athlusia, "Virgin Soil, Polonius.
ruuiciiuuiiusv, .'"-iij JwigiHuo, acioto,
6howman. 'Sailmaker, Merry Acrobat,
Quc&l- Elizabeth, Bounding Beauty.
Fleeing Venus, Hymeltus, Bonnie, Pride
f Galore also ran. ,
Fourth race The Twin City Handi
cap; three-year-olds and upward; ono
Vile and one-quarter. Gunfire, 97
(Cochran). S to 1, won; Blues, 118 (Mar
tin). 3 to 1. second: Hyphen, 112 (Odom).
4 to 1, "Third. Time. 2:03 1-5. Advance
Guard, Herbert, Articulate, Francesco,
His Eminence, Tom Kenny, Whiskey
King, Baron Pepper, Daly also ran.
Fifth Tacc Selling; two-year-olds;
Svc furlongs. Glorlosa, 100 (Smith),
to 1, won: Orlop, flO-(Rcdfcrn), 8 to 5,
aecend; Mackey Dwyer, 106 (Burns) 3 to
1, third. Time, 1:00. Cinquivalli, Prin
cess Tulane, Arcade. Captivator, Rlht
and True. Amorous, Pageant, Petit Blue,
Bobbinoi, "Wilful algo ran.
Sixth! race Handicap, all ages; mile
and ne-slxteenth on turf. The Rival,
180 (Michaels), 15 to 1. won: Max Nic.
f00 (Ransch), even, second; Carbuncle,
111 tuuiuu, 1 iu 1, mini. Time,
Sheepshead Bay Entries.
Firsf rac Maiden two-year-olds;
selling; five fulongs on Futurity course.
Sontag. Xellie X. Harriet S., 99; Wye
field, 103; Fair Lass, 99; Sweet Nell, 103;
Dainty. 105; Squid, 101; Antarctic, 99;
Ipse Dixit, 107; Julia Lyston, Ithan, 99;
Ragletts, 105; Ballroom Belle, Isle of
Wight, Healing Salve. Zadok, Julia Ar
thur, 99; Dekaber, 98; Marionetta. 96;
Witfull, Black Diana, 94.
Second race Handicap; one mile. Car
buncle, 126; Colonel Bill, 124; Zoroaster,
119; Ethics, 116; Merito, 113; Old Hutch,
Himself, 108; Grand Opera, 103; Captain
Arnold, 102; Numeral, 100; G. Whittier,
Third race The Partridge: three
fourths of a mile. Fire Eater, 107; Ben
sonhurst. Blue Ribbon, Cincinnatus, 117;
Merry Acrobat. J07; Accful, Mackay
Operator, Potente, St. Finnan,
lands also ran.
IMPORTED HORSE WINS.
Ed Conigan's Scintillant Takes the
Twentieth Century Handicap.
CHICAGO, Sept. 1. A large Labor Day
crowd turned out to sec the races at
Harlem this afternoon, which were first
class in every respect. The day was fine
for racing, but as only two favorites
won the talent got the worst of the day's
speculation. It was a day of upsets,
four long shots getting to the wire in
front. The feature of the afternoon was
the Twentieth Century Handicap, for
three-year-olds and upward, at a mile
and three-sixteenths. It proved an un
set, for Ed Corrigan's imported horse
Scintillant turned up the winner, with
the good odds of 8 to 1 quoted against
him. Jlmlnez, at 10 to 1, ran into the
place, with Scarlet Lily, another long
shot, third. Dagraar took the steeple
chase easily from Old Fox and Mystic
Shrincr. Gypzene and Burnic Bunton
were the winning favorites. The sum
maries: First race Selling; for three-year-olds
and upward: six furlongs. St.
Cuthbert (Treamor). 8 to 1, won; L'Etri
enne (Birkpnruth), 3 to 2, second; Zyna
(Hoar), 0 to 1. third. Time, 1:12 3-3.
Second race For two-year-olds; five
furlongs. Gypzene (Hclgerson), even,
won; Watonia (Winkfield), 3 to 1, sec
ond; Blue Miracle (Seaton), 12 to 1,
third. Time. 1:02 -5.
Third race Steeplechase handicap:"
for four-year-old.- and upward; short
course. Dagmar (Downs), 8 to 1, won;
Old Fox (H. Wilson), 5 to 1, second;
Mystic Shrincr (Manliffe). 4 to 1, third.
Time, 3:37 3-5.
Fourth race Twentieth Century
Handicap Stakes; for three-year-olds
and upward; one and three-sixteenths
miles. Scintillant (Winkfield), 8 to 1,
won; Jiminez (Birkcnruth), 10 to 1, sec
ond; Scarlet Lily (Helgerson), 8 to 1,
third. Time. 1:57 2-5.
Fifth, race Owners Handicap; for
four-year-olds and upward; one mile.
Rosetree (Hclgerson), 2 to 1, won; Toah
(J. Walsh), 3 to 2, second; Alard (Don
nelly). 3 to 1, third. Time, 1:38 2-5.
Sixth race For all ages; six fur
longs. Burnic Bunton (Coburn), even,
won; Federal (Buchanan), 2 to 1, sec
ond; Brulare (Winkfield), C to 1, third.
Time. 1:12 4-5.
Seventh race For three-year-olds
and upward: one and one-sixteenth
miles. Frank M. (Robbins), 6 to 1, won;
Scotch Piaid (Blrkenruth), 3 to 1, sec
ond; Lady Chorister (Donnelly), 10 to 1,
third. Time, 1:46 3-5.
First race Five furlongs: for two-ycar-olds.
Hattie Walker, Wilton Nau
lahka, Goody Two Shoe, Musical Slipper,
110; O'er Land and Sea, Seal Spots,
Belle Graham, 100; Lady Churchill, .Si
loam, Whiten, 110; Sarah Maxim, 105;
Glenrlce, Mary Glenn, 100.
Hattie AValker and Belle Graham
Second race Six furlongs: selling.
Silver Fizz, 106; Emma R., 103; Best
.Man, 100; Prctorius, 99; Lady Idris. 97;
Somersault, 96; Allyar, 112: Declaimer,
102; The Cedars, 100; Fade Meny, 98;
Theory, 97: Benmora, 95.
Third race One mile. J. V. Kirby,
Talpa, 104; Champagne. Golden Glitter.
97; Hoodwink, 104; Gra Ma Chree, 100;
Water Edge, Sollnus, 97.
Fourth race One mile and one hun
dred yards. Brulare, 107; Corrigan, 105;
Ethel Wheat, 102; Marque, 97; Rolling
Boer, 103; Major Dixon, 102; Jane Holly,
Fifth race Six furlongs; for two-jear-olds.
Gold Bell, 113; Top Soil, 107;
Gregor K., 101: Pericles, 98; Belle Ma
hone, 95; Watoma, 112; Au Rcvolr, 101;
Linguist, 101; Barca, 93.
Sixth race Selling; one and one-sixteenth
miles; maiden Jockeys. Commo
dore Dewey, 110; David S., 104; Simoon.
Radiant Heat, King Barleycorn, 100; Leo
Newell, 97; Ida V., 95; All About. 90;
'Chorus Boy, 104: The Caxton, 102: Tar
tar, Golden Scepter, Cherries, 100; Ti
zona, 93; Ultruda, 91.
Dwyer, 117; Wild Thyme, 1,14; Fleeing
Venus, Love Note; 104; Irascible, 107;
Fourth race Flying Handicap; three
fourths of a mile. Lux Casta, 112;
Femesole. 105;' Hatasoo, 122; Gay Boy,
111; Hanover Queen, 107; John Barley
corn, 97; Par Excellence, Caller, 10S.
Fifth race Thre,e-year-olds; selling;
three-fourths of a- mile. Biserta, 103;
Optional, Atheola, 98; Cassvllle. 101;
Griffiths, Ibold, 103; Paul Creyton,'106;
Essene, 9R; Gllbson Light, 103; May J.,
!S; Flirtineer, 103; Knight of Snowdoin,
301; Chiron, Mabel Winn. 98; Macana,
Flying Virginian. 103.
Sixth race Selling; one and one-fourth
miles. Bessij McCarthy, 93; Wild Pi
rate, 108; Lady Sterling, 97; Peninsula.
106; The Regent," 108; Latson, 9S; Past.
99; Rightaway, 9S; I Know, 93; Drum
each; Jouquila, Jcam Gravicr, 115 each.
Third race Six and a halt furlongs;
purse. Two Lick, 105; A Lark, Wolfram,
103 each; Mudlavia, 100; Pickles, 110.
Fourth race Six furlongs; purse.
Ethylene, 108; HIloe, Ed L., Van Hoore
bekc, 10G each; Bummer, 109.
Fifth race One mile and twenty
vard3: selling. Guide Rock, 103; Flop.
The Messenger, Ida Ledford, Nettle Re
gent, 9S each; Amigara, 101; El Caney,
Sixth race One and one-eighth miles;
selling. Taby Tosa, Bacchus, Hucena,
95 each; Bengal, 110.
swamp- and upward; one and -three-sixteenths
miles. Jane Oakcr (C. Bonner), 4 to 1,
won; Invictus (J. Wright), 8 to 1, sec
ond; Free Coinage (Sayres), 12 to 1,
third. Time, 2:04.
Scconfi race Selling; three-year-olds
and upward; six furlongs. Aronsas
(Scully). 10 to 1, won: Mona B. (T.
Dean), 7 to 1, second: Carrie Hope (C.
Bonner), 30 to 1. third. Time. 1:15".
Third race Two-year-olds; fivo and
one-halt furlongs.. Will Shelly (Bat
tiste), 3 to 2, won; Potlrquoi Pas (Dale),
5 to 1, second; Makeda (Beauchamp), 4
to 1. third. Time. l:09U.
Fourth race Labor Day Handicap;
three-year-olds and upward; mile and
seventy yards. Peaceful (Battiste), 5 to
2, won; Edgardo (Dale), 15 to 1. second:
Alice Turner (C. Bonner) 10 to 1. third.
Fifth race Selling; three-year-olds
anu upwara; mile and three-sixtccntlls.
Linden Ella (Otis), 5 to 2, won; Sallnda
(Houore). even, second; B. Walkaway
U'aunucroyj, 2U l0 2 third. Time,
Sixth race Selling: three-vear-olds
and upward; seven furlongs. Icicle (Bat
tiste), even, won; Guide Rock (T.
O'Brien), 10 to 1, second; Doeskin (C.
Bonner), 6 to 1, third. Time, 1:2954.
Seventh race Selling; three-year-olds
and upward; six furlongs. Kiss Quick
(Sayres), 8 to 1, won; Louis Wagner
(Battiste), 5 to 1, second; The Boer (T.
Walsh), 6 to 1, third. Time, 1:15.
Banish, an Odds On Favorite, Left at
BUFFALO, N. Y., Sept. 1. The hurdle
race at Kenilworth Park today was
comic. Neponset fell and Harvest Moon
refused to Jump, letting Gould, the only
other starter, win all alone.
Banish, an odds on favorite, was left
at the post In the fifth 'race. Summaries:
First race For two-year-olds; five
and one-half furlongs. St. Daniel (Hay
den), 4 to 1, won; Epidemic (O'Neill),
3 to 1, second; Maghonl (McCann), S to
1, third. Time, 1:09 2-5.
Second race For three-year-olds and
upward; one mile. Marie Tayon (Dart),
5 to 1, won; Dactyle (Morris). G to 1.
second; Colonel Anderson (Wainwright),
5 to 2, third. Time, 1:461-5.
Third race Hurdle; for four-year-olds
and .upward; one and three-quarters
miles. Gould (Hunt), even, won; Ne
pouset (Carroll), even, second; Harvest
Moon (Thomas), 8, to 1, third. Time,
Fourth race For three-year-olds and
upward; six and one-half furlongs. La
Golcta (Alexandre), 4 to 1, won; Maude
Gonnc (Mclnerney), 5 to 2, second;
Homestead (Minder), 12 to 1, third.
Time, 1:21 2-5.
Fifth race For thrce-year-oMj and
upward; six and one-halt furlongs.
Golden Cottage (J. Daly), 4 to 1. won:
Bounteous (Morris), 15 to 1, second;
Loone (Minder), 5 to 2, third. Time.
Sixth race For four-year-olds and
upward; one mile and twenty yards.
Glenwater (Mclnerney), 8 to 5, won;
Janice (Minder), 7 to 1, second; Daffo-Down-DIIly
(T. Knight), 4 to 1, third.
stable at the Dclmar track. Treacy is
the name of the colt. Stevens refused
an offer of $6,500 for Treacy several
weeks nro. The offer Is supposed to
have come from John A. Drake, who
ovvis the colt's brother. Drake is anx
ious to get possession of Treacy. Tho
latter has shown Stevens some sensa
tional trials, and nothing less than
$10,000 will induce Stevens to part with
the youngster. Treacy has never faced
a starter. He is engaged in all the Juve
nile stakes to be run at Dclmar and the
Fair Grounds this fall.
Stevens expects to start Treacy .for
the first time In the Ozark Stakes, which
is scheduled to be run at Delmar on
September 20. Stevens developed Wycth
and Marque at Dclmar and the Fair
Grounds Jast year. He sold Wycth to
Drake for $10,000 and 'parted with Marque
for $5,000 at Memphis last spring. 1'at
Dunne purchasing the filly. Stevens also
sold Gallagher for $8.0CO or $10,000 after
the colt had run a sensational race at
Delmar last season.
ANALOSTAN EOD AKD .
GON CLUB SHOOT
Second-Annual Event Mark
ed by Good Work at'Traps.
Trotting and Running
Races Enjoyed by
FOUR RACES ON PROGRAM
Nellie T. Takes 2:30 Trot and Pace in
Five Heats Pluto, Hany C, and
Orphan Boy Make Good Race of 2:25
Tret Lady Ruth Best of Runners.
Sweepstakes and "Merchants' " Handi
cap Were the Events Expert Bal
timoreans Won Prizes.
St. Louis Entries.
First race Six furlongs; selling. Nel
lie Bawn, Dr. Scharff. Carat, Satchot,
Miss Dora, Palmett?, 107 each; Rose of
Red, 100; W. L. George, Barklyite. Le
gation, 91 each; Lou Hazel, 102; Light
second race Five furlongs; purse.
Malivert, Doc Mayer. Sid Silver, Hyland,
Dr. Karamerer, Floyd K., Hctzcl, 118
First race Five and one-half fur
longs; for two-year-olds. Chamblee,
110; Alice Carey, Onyx, 107; Kllmarie,
106; Mrs. WIggs, 105; 'Ed Layson, 101;
Avignon, 99; Lampoon, Special Tax,
Maghonl, 107; Gillie, 105; Scottish Blue.
loa : .miss uiene, Hcgira, 99.
Second race Five and one-half fur
longs; selling. M. F. Tarpey, Snark, 103;
Belle of Bohemia, Bubs, 99; Traverse,
jos; wanita, rnae 01 surry, 99; Relna
De Cuga, 108; Delmarch, 106.
Third race One and one-eighth miles;
handicap. Cunard, 120; Janice, 124; Jes
sie Jarboe. 119; Picderlch, 126; Circus,
123; Brief, 121.
Fourth race One mile and seventy
yards; for two-year-olds and upward;
selling. Rojsterer, 108; Wellcsley, 114;
Jack McGinn, 111; Tenegra, 103; San
Fifth race Six furlongs; for maidens
two years old. Americano, Decoration,
110; Judge Voorhecs, Artist, Durazzo,
Full Back, 107; Rosanlco, 110; Christine
A., Insensible, Chickasaw, Tancred, 107.
Sixth race One mile; sclllfig. Lone
Fisherman, ' 114; Curtsey,- 111; Hop
Scotch, f07; Bubs, 102; King's Pet, El
Oricnte, 107; Trocadero, 105; Blue Ridge,
GOSSIP OF THE TURF? ITS
WORKERS' AND PATRONS
The second annual shcot of the Ana
lostan Rod and Gun Club was held yes
terday on Analostan Island and the con
tests over the traps were witnessed by
a large attendance of the followers of
The shooting, which "1rhs of a high
order, was Interfered with at times by
a wind which blew directly down the
lanes, causing the clay birds to drive
There were ten events, nine of which
were for sweepstakes from scratch at
10, 15, and 20 targets at 16 yards, 30, 30,
and 20 per cent, and- a "merchants' "
handicap prize event, 30 targets, high gun
to have choice, in order of score, of some
twenty prizes donated by members of
the club and local merchants.
Tho event was open and brought some
twenty-seven entries, of which a team
from the Baltimore shooting association
proved the most expert and won many of
the prizes. The visitors were Messrs.
Chew, Malone, Lucas, Hart, and Leland,
and while they are amateurs they are
well known as crack .shots at the traps
and generally come away winners from
the numerous shoots they attend.
In the "merchants' " fifty birfl handi
cap, IS yards. Hart, of the visitors
A large crowd of trotting horse lovcra
spent Labor Day enjoying the races at
Brightwood, four good events furnish
ing some first-class sport. It was. In
deed, the best day's racing that has been
seen at the Driving Park In a long tim;,
and there were several finishes c!os3
enough to work the crowd up to a
shouting pitch. Four races were on the
program for decision; three trotting and
pacing events, and a heat race for run
ners. The best race ofthe afternoon was
furnished by the second event, a 2:25
trot and pace, in which three horses
started Harry C, Pluto, and Orphan
Boy. In the first heat Pluto was- the
favorite, and he won after a cracking
good race all the way.
Trotted in a Bunch.
The three horses trotted in a bunch
nearly the whole distance, and at the
finish a blanket would have covered tho
trio. Harry C. to'ok the second heat
after a brush with Pluto, but the latter
trotted steadily in the third and stalled
off the rush of Harry C. at the finish.
Orphan Boy made a bid in this heat and
2:3$ before tho first race. Tho sum-,
First raw 2:30 trot and pace; purse, $100.
Jfcllle T., gr. m. by St. George
(Tally) 5 J 1 1 1
Kossuth, h. (?. (Cannon) 115 2 1
Prlnccsi RfRfnt, gr. ni. (Corbln).. 3 12 3 2
Dartwood, b. h. (llorrnw) 4 2 4 4 5
I.rna Dnnvn. rn. 111. (Xclly) ..2 5 3 3 t
Tom B., sr. t. (Xcalc) dr.
Time 2:314. 2:321, 2:33, 2:3154, 2:354.
.locomt rare 2:15 trot and pace; purs. $100.
Pluto, li. g. by JlalTolio (Kitr) 12 11
Harry C, irr. b. by Ihintfee (feliugnie) 2 12 3
Orphan Uov, sr. g. by Superb, Jr.
(Morrow) 3 3 S J
Time-2:2354. 2:254, 2:28, 2:23.
Third lace Xamcu race; puree, $100 (unfln
fsliod). Lady fl r. m. untraced (Oppcn-
licimrr) 15 5 1
Joe. D.. sr-fi.br Hoy Wilkes (Ihiftan). 3 12 4
Ikfnino, b. g., nntraccil (Miller) 3 4 13
John, b. g.. untraced (I.lnncy) 4 3 3 2
I.IUic '.. b. m. by Claymore, Jr.
(Woodv) Kts....... 2 2 4 5
Tur.e 2:1054, 2:43, 2110, anil 2:43.
Fourth rice Running; half-mile heats; purs;,
Lndy Iliitli, sr. m 1 1
llamlit, li. g 2 4
Seneca Red. b. . .r. 3 2
Jils Crinkle, sr. m 4 3
Time 0:33 and 0:34.
final heat Pluto had little trouble in
winning. Kelly met with an accident
in the second heat and had to ilrlve
Pluto with one hand after a half had
The first race was a 2:30 trot and pace.
with six starters. Tom B. was drawn
in tho first heat, which was won by
Kossuth in good style. Betting was all
in favor of Kossuth in the second race
and he also won that comfortably. In
the third, however, his backers got a
fall, for the good gray mare Xellle'T.
We h&iow -Jtfhat
Is going to happen to the little boy who
is stuffing himself with green apples. A
grown man couldn't be intlucetl to try
that experiment j asdret the grown rnan
will overload himself with indigestible
food for which he will par a. greater
penalty than .colic. It is this careless
and thoughtless eating which is the be
ginning of .stomach trouble and all its
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery cures dyspepsia and other forms of
"stomach trouble." It restores the weak
and run-down man or woman to sound
'Some time haelapwl since I have written
you in reeird to the tr-atment T have been
taking under vour iuf !nitions,'"J3v Mr. E. F.
Cinemar?. of MinnranilK. .Minn. '"When first
I commenced tikinir vour remedies I was under
trMtrae.it of a well-kn
uonrn ynecialKt in thi dtv
(ma mil nrcn :or ijur monins), lor catarrn.
and MTieiilltr tnrafl"h tmtihl ami r waa
finished n1nm un. In thn fourth amif rapidly ge ttintwone. Got so bad that I coul4
' ... I not eat anvth
Jockey Club Directs Re
moval of Paddock at
CLOSE TO THE BETTING RING
Jockey Ransch to Continue at Sheeps
head UHman-Weller Book "Handles
Big Money Number of Mr. Haggin's
Two-Year-Olds to Race.
PEACEFUL'S STAKE RACE.
Arnold's Good Mare Captures Labor Day
Handicap at Delmar.
bi. LULJb, .mo., sept. I. Seven races,
which Included a btake feature, tho
Labor flay Handicap, drew a large'crowd
to the opening of Delmar Park this aft
ernoon, and they witnessed pome fine
sport. The stake race turned out to be
a good contest. It went to tho favorite,
E. J. Arnold & Co.'s good old mure.
Peaceful, who won comfortably from
Eigardo, a 15-to-l chanco, and Alice
Turner at 10 to 1 in the betting. Will
Shelly again proved his title to being
one of the best two-year-olds here
abouts by winning the third race easily
from Pourquol Pas and Makeda. He was
an 8-to-5 favorite, and his victory was
popular. Thrc-j favorites won. Ilattiste
rode three winners. The weather was
fine and the track fast. Summaries:
First race Selling; three-year-olds
The Jockey Club has directed the Buf
falo Racing Association to remove tic
paddock at Kenilworth from its present
location. It is now located back of the
grandstand .nd is separated from the
betting ring by only a small railing. It
is for this reason that the governing
racing body has insisted that it shall
be removed, 'it may be that if a .xail is
built Between tho paddock and the bet
ting ring tho paddock will be allowed to
reranln where it is. The Kenilworth
track is a very pretty race course, the
stntch, being probably tho longest In
tho country. It is nearly five-eighths of
a mile from the head of the stretcn to
the winning post. Some idea of its
length may be gotten from" a comparison
with the Bennlng stretch, which Is only
a quarter of a mllo in length.
tcrcst. This colt, who Is by King Eric
Tea's Over, was considered the best two-
ear-old In the West an,d easily van
quished Savablc when the two met in
the Hyde Park Stakes at Chicago.
Welles bel the Salvator colt by six
lengths in a 'gailop and won six out of
nine starts. He was looked upon as a
much better colt than Savablc, and now
Eastern trainers are wondering what
Welles will bo able to do with the colts
in tho East. If Savablc can beat the
crack Eastern coltB and Welles can run
away from Savablc, the Respross colt
ought to prove the best of his years
beyond doubt. Perhaps Savablc never
showed his true form until ho started
in the Futurity on Saturday.
Mars Cnssldy is keeping up his good
work with the ling. At Buffalo on Sat
urday he sent every ono of the fields
away to a good start and all were
prompt In getting off.
The Ulman-Wcller book at Sheepshead
Bay on Saturday handled $52,000 on the
Futurity and kept but $2,000. They
held out Savablc In their book and laid
against nil tho others. What money they
lost was lost on Lord of the Vale and
Dazzling for second and third. Ullman
and Woller also w6n well by betting on
the Salvator horse.
All three of the placed horses In the
Futurity Stakes were bred in Kentucky,
"Packcy" Ryan, who sold all of his
horses at auction on Saturday, will not,
after all, retire from the turf. He re
purchased Nones shortly after the sale
at an advanced llguro and tried to se
cure Roxane at a $500 advance. Roxane
was sold to tho Santonin for $10,000. Mr.
Rjan considers her the best horse of her
sex In training, and regrets having
parted with her.
Jockey Ransch will continue to ride
at Sheepshead Ray for some time to
come. He Intended to return tj Plileo
Immediately after (tlte Futurity, but
Burns & Watcrhouso have Induced him
to remain at the Bay to ride their
horses at the meeting.
,U has long been asserted that horscb
that have been raced nt Saratoga gen
erally show Up better in races nt tho mo
tropolls tracks than the animals which
have remained In the neighborhood r.f
Now York. Tho truth of this was ex
emplified Saturday, .whet! every one of
the placed horses. Ih all six racc3 were
ones that have been campaigning at
The advent of Dick Welles on (he big
Eastern tracks will be awaited with lu
ll is not at all unlikely that many of
Mr. Haggin's two-year-olds may race
next year Jn Sidney I'aget's colors. This
would be no new arrangement for Mr.
Haggln to make. It has long been an
open secret that many of Mr. Haggin's
horses were to be found In the stables
of other horsemen with whom ho had
made some kind of nn agreement where
by the entire management of tho ani
mals was turned over to tnem. Such an
nrrangement has long been thought to
exist between Green II. Morris and Mr.
Various circumstances rendered such
a plan not only desirable, but well-nigh
necessary. One potent factor was the
vast scale upon which the Cnllfornlan
conducts his breeding operations. So
one stable could properly manage and
train his annual output of thorough
bieds, even after scores of them had
been sold at tho metropolitan auctions.
Still another fact that lends cor to this
theory Is tho presence of John Mackay,
Mr. Haggin's superintendent. In the
The yearlings that were knocked down
to Mr. Pagpt at the Haggln sale includ
ed a number of the best, although the
nipncst prices were nald by Mr. Whit
ney. All told, Mr. Paget purchased fif
teen or twenty youngsters at that sale.
A majority of them wore by Watercress,
But Golden Garter, Star Ruby, Goldfinch
and others J3t Mr. Haggin's stallions
were well renrcscnted.
Thomas II. Stevens, who operates the
Walnut Hill stock farm near Lexington,
last week worked a yearling colt by
Forso-Florlmorc a quarter in 23 sec
onds with 108 pounds up. This trial
took place over trrb farm track, and is
considered as good ns 0:2254 over a first
class track. The work is regarded as
the most sensational shown by a year
long n round Lexington up to date.
According to advices from Lexington,
Slovens is awfully sweet on a two-year-old
brother (o Wycth by Wadsworth
Fonsle. This youngster Is in Stevens'
made a score of 47 and his was the best
score of the day. He also took one of
the 15 bird sweepstakes, 16 yards
scratch, while Chew and Malone, also of
Baltimore, were tied for second.
George Wise Wins First Event.
George A. Wise, of this city, won the
first event, 10 bird race, 16 yards,
scratch, sweepstakes, with a clean score.
The 15 bird -race, same class, was won
by John Coleman, Wise second, ano
The 20 bird race, same class, was won
by Malone, of Baltimore; Chew, Balti
more, second, and M. D. Hogan, of this
Another 15 bird race sweepstake vva3
won by Hart, of Baltimore; Chew and
Malone tied for second, and Lucas and
Wise tied for third.
"Merchants' " Goes to Hart.
The "merchants' " handicap, 50 birds,
18 yards, was won by Hart, of Balti
more, with 47 out of a possible CO, and
had first choice of a list of prizes. Other
winners were Malone, Chewrand Luca3,
of Baltimore, and Wi3e and Coleman, of
At 16 yards, same class, the winners
were C. B. WiscsjHqgan, Stubbs, Taylor,
and Arthur McCormack, of the Analos
tan Club; Lninhart, of Tenlcytown, and
Potts, of Kensington, Md.
At 14 yards, same class, the winners
were Messrs. W. II. hunter, sr., Craig.
W. H. Hunter, jr.. Hazel, Hughes, Cur
tin, and Harrington.
The official scorer will not bo able
to give out the complete corrected scores
with handicaps until later.
Master Coleman's Clever Work.
One of the pleasing features of a sur
cessful shoot and an enjoyable day's
sport'vvas the work of Master Coleman
aged ten years, who broke over 60 per
cent of his targets and otherwise han
dled hlpsclf like a veteran, having all
the motions and coolness of one who had
spent years at the traps. He will un
doubtedly develop into a crack shot.
The officers of the club are: John
Coleman, president; W. II. Hunter, secretary-treasurer,
and E. O. Craig, cap-tain.
CHARGED WITH LOAFING.
'showed a marked reversal, and, keeping
her feet all the way, won a good race.
Kossuth finished second in this heat,
but the Judges disqualified him for pac
ing and placed Princess Regent second
and Lena Brown third. Nellls T. wen
the next two heats in handy fashion.
Kossuth finishing second in the fourth
and third in the final heat..
The third event was a named race,
which had five starters. It promised to
be a good race, but in the first heat Joe
D. cut acrcs3 his horses in the first
turn and interfered with several, while
John and Domino also caused trouble
by breaking on several occasions.
Lady B., who was one of tho chief suf
ferers from the interference, came from
last place in the final quarter and took
the heat in a hard drive, with Joe D.
and Lilly W. and John close up. Joe
D, and .John were set back and Lilly W.
and Domino placed second and third re
spectively. Joe D. won the second heat
and Domic the third. Lady B. taking
the fourth. It was decided to postpone
the race after the fourth race until to
day. The .running race went to Lady Ruth
in straight heats. The Judges were John
H. Ghecn, B. T. McCaulpy and Charles
H. Hartung. Ernest Christian, a trot
ting horse owner, of Roper, X. C. act
ed as starting judge. -Mr. McCauley
drove Walter C an exhibition mile in
not eat anrthinz that ill I not dLtres me
terribly, and 1 wa obliceil to quit taking the
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and tatrd mv cae, and.
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structlom I followed
them closely. After
tikine; fire bottle' of Dr.
Pierce' Golden Medical
Dicoverv and one- viat,
of his rieaant Pellets
I commenced to improve,
and decided to continue
the medicines anil ob
serve your instructions
ment. It is now nearly
six months since I com
menced ytrir treatment
and I can say that I am
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grateful to yon for wliat
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GREAT HALF-PRICE BICYCLE SALE
Commcnclnr today, we will nTiee on a!c the
entire tocfc of Ilicrilcs.Tires, anil Sundries just
piirehiui-d by nj of the world-fameil Bicycle
Combination Company, of 113 Xai-.ni Street,
cw lorfc. Tins oieeant stock of Iiizli-sraue
Wheels consists of Columbia, Kcatinjps. flames.
Sip.irn. Ramblers, stfrliwri, and hundred of
other hish-CTadi" Wheels, one mid two ox a
kind. These hish-CTade Wheels we liouht for
almost nothing, and they arp yours for a nom
inal advance over what we paid for them.
Tire. Sundries. Lamp, and eveothin? pertjin
ing to a bicycle at c& than half cost to manu
facture. Don't forget, 1 will have the pur
clusinjr power of ?T. That means those who
come first will hsrc the pick of the thousands
of bargains that we will have to oiler. During
this great sale we will be open evenims to ac
commodate these who are unable to come dur
ins the ilav.
NEW YORK CYCLE CO.,
434 Ninth St. W. W.
Ernest P. Chambers Accused of Loiter
ing at Postoffice Hack Stand.
Policeman Boyco was complaining wit
ness In the Police Court yesterday
against Ernest P. Chambers, a well
known dealer In horses and vehicles,
charged with disorderly conduct. Boycc
said Chambers was loafing on the hack
stand near the Postofilce Saturday night,
and refused to leave when ordered to
Chambers explained that he went to
the stand to see a htickman concernlng-
a.note clue nun; tnat tie was talking the
matter over with the hackman, James
Burley, and denied emphatically that ho
was loafing or in any vvny overstepping
law. Hurley corroborated Chambers,
but Judge Bundy thought he saw reason
for the arrest and imposed personal
Fifteen to Fifty.
We Had Our Formal
Yesterday from 8 a.rn to 12 m.
It made our hearts glad to note the almost universal
response to the simple announcement,
In their New Home, 936 F St. N. W.
Kept His Collections.
Sidney A. Hands, formerly a driver
of a milk wagen for Joseph S. Clifton.-f
pleaded guilty in the United States
branch of the Police Court yesterday to
the charge of cmlezzling $2.11. Hc coj.
lectcd tho money for Clifton and failed
to turn it over. He was held in bonds
of $300 to await the action of the grand
A Sure Cure for Diarrhoea.
Coming, w it docs. In the lnulist season
nheii a risn ran leust .idnril to loc time a'
ure and quick Hire for diarrhoea Li very 'de
sirable. .niono who his given it a trial
will loll ,ou that the qultkcit, surest, arid
most plea-ant reimily in iisj for this iliseisc
is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea
Itenudj. There is no los of time when it li
used, as one or two doses of it will cure any
ordinary attiik. It never fails, not even in
the most Severn and dangerous usm. Kor sale
by Henry than-, wholesale and retail, y" F
Street, and ll iruggUu.
- TODAY we are open for business
And if there is anything in our line which we can't
furnish the looms of the world don't produce It.
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