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... mt wmmmmmmmmmmm r55?T1.'-i-JJ!5--t'-ij,.i,i-? K&F -v5-"i-- -j;r54 -'- T.'S3Kn fcx' w-j- j "' ? THE REPUBLIC: FBID'AY. SEPTEMBEE 6, 1901. FEARFUL ALMOST WON AT 500 TO I. THE REPUBLIC FORM CHARTS. DELMAR JOCKEY CLUB. DELMAR PARK JOCKET CLUB-Sammer MeeUng, September 6, Fifty-sixth Day. Judge, P. A. Brady; starter, A. B. Dade. Weather clear: track fast. KINLOCH MEETING SUDDENLY CLOSES. ENTRIES AND SELECTIONS FOR RACES AT THREE TRACKS. REFUSED TO ACCEPT CITATIONS. h- At! g. 1? fe m fe WJ-j. . ?Bs Congest Shot of Racing Season iWas Only Beaten Through ' Jockey's, Weak Ride. iTEUCER REVERSED HIS FORM. .Horse That Was Beaten Ten - Lengths in Slow Time Galloped ' Home in Very Fast Time. -.Could Jockey D. Hall have held Fearful' zead straight In the first race' at Delmar yesterday he would have had the gtory of ' winning with a SOO-to-1 shot. But Hall let Bo of the horse's head forty, yards from the wire, and Boot, a 7-to-l shot, under Dale, got the money. Had Dale, been on Fearful he -would have walked In. The race was aslx-furlong affair at wel !ter weights. Ben Frost was a hot 3-to-3 fa vorite. Tempse was second choice at threes and Boot third at sevens. Fearful was - "away In front, 2nd ran there to the stretch 'bead, whtre he swung- wide. This let Boot -tip on the rail under a pretty ride from Dale, who took large chances to get " .through. -Ben Frost, under a clever ride from O'Brien, also ran to the front. Dale and O'Brien were riding their prettiest on Frost and Boot, while Hall was lurching 'all over Fearful on the outside. Boot put Ben Frost away 100 yards from the finish. Then Fearful loomed up like a Tinner. .Ho" was running very strong Ha'J Hall sat down and helped him a.blt hs wocld have walked in, for Boot was cooked. Just at the supreme moment, when Dale " was handriding for his life. Hall let go of "- the reins with his tight and drew his whip. 3That lost It for Fearful. Finding his head 111 held, he lurched and dived, losing two lengths. Ho came again, when Hall took a Bew grip, but too late. He was beaten half .-length, and defeated the T-to-10 shot, Ben Jfrost. as far. Fearful a. Fine Looking Horse. i-Femrful is a nice looking brewn 1-year-old gelding by Burlington Rosella. He ap peared to be In fine condition and up to a race. He belongs to Phil McGuire, a clever horseman. Just why GOO to 1 was laid ' against him Is not clear. It was his first start. The general price all over the ring was 200 to 1 against Fearful. Three books "X. Cella, Kid Rogers and the Belmont Club -laid BOO to 1 straight, 200 to 1 a place, and ED to 1 to show. Mr. McGulre bet Mr. Cel la tZ straight and J2 to show on his horse. As far as known this was the only bet . registered In the ring. . The horse ran an excellent race. He made most of the race and the time. L2l'U. with the weight, 124 pounds, was excellent. He was much the best horse, though Ben Frost ran to his best form. She other feature ef the afternoon's racing was the startling reversal of form - abown by the horse Teucer; who -non the fifth race in a big gallop, doing 1:41U for the mile, within one-quarter of a second of Van Hoorebeke's track record for the dis tance. Teucer ha? been .running in slx-fur-losg dashes, showing speed for half a mile, tken blowing up. Be . has been beaten twenty lengths in 1:15 and ten lengths In 1-J for six. furlongs, this within the past week. Yesterday he cantered six furlongs in 1:15 and went on to the mile galloping. Just-galloping. In i:U. This was about the prettiest somersault of the season. Judge Brady did not say anything for pub lication. Probably he did not see Teucer. be ran so fast. That kind of running onght to go 'for the end book. 0TKelIl aide Poorly, Dale Finely. -.Hunter Ralne -would not. or O'Neill could not make htm, run In the third race, so Attelle had no trouble disposing of Mada Bell, who ran a poor race. Attelle seems to nave more claw to her than Mada Bell, and . the latter "scarcely liked the early pace. Hunter Ralne closed fast. Ten Incognita ran a rattling race In the xourth event, winning cleverly under a . strong ride from Dale. Bell took Satin Coat out from the start and made all. the early pace. Satin Coat seems n tll trati .v..;. - 25e2f F?hmL burit 2 Peea appears' TWrtX. . " Dome people iiicea - S &, Mr-,Johnsons iKT3e was shy S iSSLv Srl? wed. He tried hard SSJMVh' m hl? attempts. He was SrftiSS? en he was thrown mi V5LIh.t&ce;elghthB- "Warren Polnt Zr2r.raSta the .last race, though poor ly handled. He outclassed the lot. tOJBAY CARD AT DELMAR PARK. IS" " " Orrlm. Calnatlai Cl.1 --.a ou.1 . Leak Like .Winners. . -'"Pbi,l.IS5t sooi ri4e- carefully rated, kept right time Orris should wta the nm race Covered from hpr nmnt ismana.. -.- . Lfe- J??1 ." Gblo's. mare go some. andKitly RL- - r l".sure to be there under Dale. With Attelle and Ogle packing 115 rounds - & S,0ntal 5W- "V&l be?ra.een1l wr "i 1? a S0ft pt ln the second event! SoorioM11 r I-veJOJr wui run LiS ri.B" Bot een out for a long time. -3rk2?thinflS.fa Sf- J?n.e Is fresh aid ' aSSL S"nce-. " Oalnes has been showing good speed lately. jndhSS je3iJ"r"- RS?" Kt ""eda home at the Wta. IJIIUn it has jnan,. r.r,pT'JSS SOttghto trtaheTS. tat heTrecen? rice. - ke wm sat the money; no doubt " lSSif noUier. of the unlucky Mr. 5SKF !2 ffjmp well placed to tte , tBorth race. Prima H. OurrT2rttJ t.S - i?rte,7m.n7hlnrfLt7butwUh " S'.!5,0?J? 5s11?0 ione winner. tt lTfJf Jmire where it should KL two-horse race. TJtern was iJS ttoe out and Jim has been runnml bad -J,'tto?WT?Ljih,nU" u. Pore tohtailkiSi 2R nS??' na ne will go wellto" 2& J5,?2Li, was running, a very good S?J?-WetoeUy' when she was cutoff: nday have a say sphere to-day. JS?-Jm!I$t,r T" to n the last SSftifc1 Nearest and Meddlesome flght i?E?rie B,,ce- TuUa-Fonso wUl hVa factor, but not In the betting. " WBM BROKEMAT HARLEM. .n acta world Mark for 9Tmtr Taras. ' Mile Chicago, .Sept. 5. Two records were 7rtJP. SSLS1""1 "he of them worlds mark for a mile and seventyyards SuyWaaS5tbeItlS0AM.,,l Sakpeo1Jfflnr " fonne' 225 fcS fSH Sf )roe"'l condiUon and fLZ&LSXS?' was forced toa Srffi 5Srffftd "" " through !? J"-5P Jrara. The 'Dune n 5h I m o the wlUer. Weather dear; track Tmasa. max i inniisisi inmiii .. Zilf"VJrSiM2fr2,C ! " vttan- W A. JSSW,.BJV XtfS. WWW .is). to.l,waii7lsgi. lis 0BL-r Tmmuti Jta, Austin. i3 xiiae S14, smatiuta IL"1 tsHUraal.- . 'T sasaasautea at -Harlem '- - - !S?",te,'7 JJtooreTRtpay: BSnlr rs. afe -.. "23 & , ijBgrae, a .. issra. K- " "ajs. i iii ii a ass ism. --i . - . . m :. E2Z&TmlES&&& g. - V Bsrs5aala,lWyeraWanl )w P iGSSX'tiii'im.'mtmam d Km S-;;- " fal 9!aVJaJW4BsrJsa&. Mi (Copornv 34 :a-. . aifaf . assa s saT ruMr . fljr s7, isStl '-"ssJaaasMJsMgsasaa-ssa.. ;.v -.-. W?-' i aawssas T-ssass1 sass m asxMvsKo, iiiiis 1536 First race, purse MOO, 3-year-oldi lad. L I HORSES. Wt H- 1213 Boot 4no lno 4 J54 Keaifol Ben Frot Wax , Tempue Dick Hobson.., Metoxea Mesgs (1449) u: 1BCS 6M !no n Start good. Won cleverly: second same. Winner. T. A. Bay's b. g.. 6. llootmnlter-CtiarllB. 1. ha' Immeasurably the bet boy on him anil owed hla win to Dale's ctoer rid". He was well saved In early nan. came through a small openlmr at stretch turn and ai kept Kln. e arrul. a HXKc-1 shot, was much the best, and would hae 'on with anjthlnit llk a gool na. He was much the freshest borse at the end and would have won as It wa had he not wune; wide coming Into the stretch. Iten Ftost ran n good race The weight hurt his bad roreless. He likes six. furlcmss best. Dick Hohson. aay badly, showeu a. lot of early speed: probably was second best to Tearful Mctoxen pulled up Aery lama. Tlme-:lS. S3. :Jts. :4a. 1:03. 1:15K. lt!4. 1537 Second race, purse MOO. 3-year-old .Ind. BORSE9. JTTt. 3. K. H. K. B. F. I Jockeys. Open qow ' FL (14B) Ed L. 7) ill 3 2 V S lno Snell 1 8-5 7-5 3-S JCS Delsarte (6) 107 1 2 V !' 2 Dal 9-S 6 S-5 104 Horseshoe Tobacco ., (7) 10S 2 1 1 1 Patton S-5 I J4S9 Domlnls (() 1 5 t 6 4 4 Wation IS 12 5 1489 Napoleon liona- . " ,Jrte 0 lit 4'i 4 V Eh n. Hall 50 0 11 1483 Mound City (.... 110 C Howell 7 9 7-J 14S3 Elsie Darnes CD... loi 7 7' T 7 V T. O'Brien... S M 6-5 1330 Ircna (4) 103 i S 8 S Fauntleroy . 80 150 40 Stnrt hurl Wnn .l.liln. Hfvinrf nml flif.yf Iiycurttis Mary B. ISd t,. was clearly the best. Snell rated him nicely, but waa weak In Ills finish. Delsarte. much favored by start and well handled, was without excuse. Horseshoe To bacco was away ninnlnr and looked like a winner to the last rarlonc. Hs then stopped as If short. Domlnls ran a remarkably good race, though out of It from the start. The start left tho lay three without a semblance of a chance. Tlme:1I, :23'i. 35. :. imi. 1:15. 1538 Third race, purso MOO. 2-year-olds, Ind. HORSES. V.I. S. U. '.i- 8. F. 103 1 2no ! 1" 1 105. S 6 C S K5 S 3 3 1H 104 2 1 1 i 4" 100 4 4' 4 ...:... V ! 107 I f 6 8 1470 Hit 1179 lCt 14(7 Attelle , Hunter R&ine.. Sister Farah.... Mada. Bell Ifalmls Tom Crabb Start good for all but Hunter Ralne. Won poorly the class of the race was In Attelle. shepleosod. Hunter Ralne away badly and Sarah ran an awfully food race for a -first 8 It something went wrong; then came again strong finisher, had no excuses and ran as it TTme-:12. 24tf. :36i. :a. 1:02. 1:09. 1539 Fourth race, purse HOP, 3-year-olds Ind. HORSES. TCt. S. & H. . B. F. Jockeys. Openjaose " Ft 1494 Terra Incognita (5) lOT. 4 P 4' Ink 3" V Dale 2 111-5 I T; 1507 Satin Coat (3) 91 E lno 2nk 3 2H 2 Bell 3-J 11-10 1-2 1493 Aurea. (0 104 7 6" 8 4-4 I" Howell 7 10 7-2 1425 Guide Rock ().... 107 1 M r (' f 4nk Dugan 2 1494 Outburst (4) 110 3 3no Ink 5 t Powell 15 15 7 1457 Charles D. (5) 103 2 7 7 7 7 t' Mayfleld .... M 40 U 1491 The Golden Prince (3) 100 . 4 t'j ff ' 7 O'NelU 11 15 7 Start good. Won easily: second same. Winner. T. Sayan's b. b.. S, Terra Cotta Utopia. Terra Incognita was saved and nursed while the contenders were bumping and fighting on lh turns. When the real race began he was fresnest and cams away easily. Satin Coat is not a front runner and cannot win from that position. His speed must be nurtured for the stretch, run. Aurea ran an even race. Quid Rock did not bare his usual early speed nnd wax cut oft twice In his frantic efforts to assume the lead. He might have been a contender had he not ben so seriously Interfered with at the three-eighths. Outburst wants soft track. Charles D. was a spectator. The Golden Prince had no speed. Time 35, :17. :S0H. :424. :54. 1:07. r.Stt. 1:34. 1:41. 1;H. 1540 Fifth race, purse $400. 8-year-olds ) .... Betting. Ind. HORSES. Wt. S. U. . 8. F. Jockeys. Open Close Ft JS02 Tenor (6) 101 1 1' l4 1" 1 l Watson 10 12 5 ll Eleven Bells )... 102 7 5" 3 3 24 2' T. O'Brien... 6-5 7-5 1-2 3507 Burnett's Walk- . away 3) 97 S S !nk 2nk V 34 Fauntleroy .7 7-2 6-5 1507 Ceylon (4) SI 2 4' 6 6 l 41 D. Hall 8 12 6 1515 Benham (8) 108 1 Xnk 4", 4 4" 5 Patton 4 s 2 1607 Empyreal (3) 93 8 7 7 6 e ' O'Neill 10 s 3 717 Scorpolette (3) 92 4 t' no 7 7 7 Bell 13 12 S Start poor. Won pulled up. Winner, W. O'Hara & Cj.'s b. h.. 6. Rayon d'Or Olenn Belle. Teucer showed Temarkable Improvement. In his three previous outs h showed early speed, but stopped at four furlongs, and was beaten off six furlongs In 1:1C three days prior to the race. He cantered a mile ln track-record time to-day. The others neier had a chance and ran their races. O'Neill gave Empyreal a very bad ride. Tlme-:13H. :25V.. :37. :49H. 1:02. 105. 1:23, 1:1114. 1541 Sixth race, purse $100, 3-year-olds Ind. i -irf r HORSES. Wt. M- 15C2 Warren Point IS).. 14CS 1411 35 1373 15C2 1445 . SSI lTlncs stanamoutn (3) 9" Bills Q Hirlrhtle H (1 lno snk 4',i 31s It 10 Billy Underwood! (V) Golden Easter (3). Alp (6) Good Night (5)..:. Cnk l" 6' 4 10 1502 CapltoUa (5)...u... 1440 iGratla (4)., Start irnnd- Won easily; second and third atldura. Wamnpotnt was much the best. He be beaten hi this lot. Prince Stonmouth ran a mishaps. Tlme-ni, :4. 3!s. :4S. l:0M4. 131. KIMLOCH PARK. KINLOCH BREEDERS' ASSOCTATION-Summer Meeting, Septembers, Seventeenth Day. Joseph Murphy and E. C Hopper, judges; Jacob Holtman, starter. Weather clear; track dusty. eil First race, for 3-year-olds and npward, purse JSOO, selling, one mile and one I94vaV eighth: ind. HORSES. IWt.l v.. 14K 1503 1508 147 Barilla 103 107 Muakalozure Countess Clara... Babble .: 89 39 Start good. Won easily: sernnd same. Winner Settle. Co.'s b. m.. I. by Spendthrift Mabel A. Sartlla was best and was well handled. Muakalonge did his beat. Countess Clara killed herself In early stages and quit to nothing In the stretch. Bobble a filler snd not Havana at that. Time-:24U. :5t l:. !:. l74. 1543 Second race, purse $300. for 3-year-olds Ind. HORSES. Wt. B. 34. Si- 104 1 2 1 1" 104 I 4 4 4 98 4 V T 104 1 1 V V 1534 1495 1531 1521 Man of Honor rrne jenerson... Utile Lois...... Hunting ii.nhA-Mvrtllla. Just an exercise gallon lor ,uiasa back early and came fast In stretch, uttle me-Si. 3t 1.1W. 1. 1544 Third "race, for 2-year-olds, purse A Wt.' 8. K- tt- St. B. F. 100 3 1 1 1 1 111 1 4 V 3 2nk 100 4 P 4 P Z" 100 2 1 3' 4 4 B0RSE8. 1497 Miss Hume.. Brannlgan .. 1464 1130 Lweiia . 1530 lAshbrook Start good. Won-easily; second and third driving. Winner. Woodford A Everman's ch. f.. by Burlington Ollle C Miss Hume went to the front at start. Brannlgan was coming like a flash ln stretch, but sulked in the rankest manner a furlong out. Had run over his Held at the time and was leading, looking like a winner. Duella swerved a sixteenth out or might bave been '"1rime-d4!4, :4H. 1:09. 1545 Fourth race, purse $300, for 3-year-olds HORSES. Wt. B. g. H- 4- 8. F. "ioT 8 1 ink I 1H 109 3 ,. 34 2no 101 3 21. 2 2i P 109 1 3J4 no 4 4 10 4 5 ....... S S 109 2 1 4 5 54 8 Kittv a Star Cotton ; Mrs. Brunnsll.. Iran jewel May Do , False Won easily; second riding. Winner, James Owen's b. Puss B. Kitty O. was best. Got off well and back ln early stages, came through bunch in Where sne neiongea. Time 35, 1:16. 1546 Fifth race, for 3-year-olds and npward, purse $300, six and a half furlongs: HORSES.' wt. ji j4 ; J eL V. 10 4 24 J ? J" SS 1 30 2 ....... lno 2 109 6.. , 4 4 4 3'. 112 a ' 1 V J4 44 112 .2 6' ' 6' IK J B t 104 5 7 V J4 7 109 g S 1 ..:.... I 8 Siren Song.."... Bra's -Darling. Papa Harry..., norn Dousterswlvel Will Far Jessie Auehenbach Bunnell .... ,. nA Vm Arlvlnf aecnnA rtdlnr bard. Genie. Ezra's Darllnr was best. Helgeson did not. gat to riding until too late and threw race away. Siren Song probably second best. Horn ran his race. Tlm--J5ii. SOJs, iaH. 154- (Knla-M). 4 to t third. , Time 1:G 4-k Anchor and raii aria Dog also ran. GREAT SAT FOR LOH6 SHOTS. Only Oam Favorite landed la the at Sheepskeasl. New.Tork, Sept. 8, Heno, for whom aarence H. Mackay paid a big Prtcsto have a 'candidate In the Futurity, showed els duality at tsneensneaa twy u-aay ny winning the Dash Stakes at ttve furlongs. Be came from far back ln the last furlong and won, going away, ln the fast time of 29 3-S. Behind nim, among others, were: Leonora laorlng. unbeaten up to this time; Cameron and far Excellence. Leonora Lar ing and Cameron were equal first choices at 8-to 6, Heno being held at 5 to 1. Zaeonora Loring made the. running with Cameron and Far Excellence ln close at tendance to-the last furlong pole, 'when Heno closed with a rush on the outside, and, getting up 100 yards from the finish, came on and won, ridden out. by a length. Leonora Luring beat Cameron a head for the place. Thr m nnlv. three starters In the , Turf-Handicap; at one mile and a quarter. wiwmccaBieriavuniv sis ui . imiw the running with Kamara at his flanks to the, head of the stretch, when Watercure, whom' O'Connor had been rating along two lengths- back.' closed, and. ln a hard drive to -the' wire, won -by. a length. 'Decanter teat Kamara.a head for the place. Ssususssriea atlheexakcsa.' First -rea. are furloags-Flora Phmbs, (wooas;, i was -won; suae tajmmj. to 1. second; Hstssoo. 121 (0OnaorL 7 to Lialrd.7Time, ua4. Obtorsoay Xoyal Boa, Car. atald.- Sadtdoo. Hrseoa andvTiapsoss. also ran.fi If saaaSvg ts rmla,: i- iBBaasaft: a mv-K m Mta.a, l:LBes rsr, .freton and upward, six and a half furlongs: l I Betting. Jockeys. Open Clo Ft fe U4 71 c I im lali .. S-S CO 7-5 5 5 2nk D. Hull zno T. O'Brien.. 4" Howell Bell Loatoa . LT. Kine.... I Mlchaeli ... and upward, six furlongs nit mif. YVInn IT.mlltjM A. f . ,h . 1. five and a half furlongs: Betting. Jockeys. Open ICJosei Ft Dale 1-2 11-5 3 12 20 11-5 3-5 1-2 5-3 11-10 i 12 O'Killl 6-5 S 9-1 15 30 Howell T. O'Brien.. Watsnn Duran easily; second same. With Hunter Ralne away She came away at the three-ehrhths ana won as alow to begin ax usual, closed tery strong. Sitter ont In two months. She faltered at the three-eighths with great determination. Mada Bell, usually a shore and upward, one mile and seventy yards: and upward, one mile: and upward, six furlongs: Betting. . F. Jockeys. Open! Pt 1 D. Hall.... 16-5 2no T. O'Brien.. e 2 S s 2 1 6 10 s 3 M P 7" $l 9' 10 W. Narraes. Dale Ink Bell Fauntleroy Howell Patton Dugan T. Walker.. 4 f 9 11 driving. Winner, Phil McGulre's b. g , 8. Bishop was ln all kinds of trouble, but was too good to too gooa to Ellis had no good race from a bad beginning. Betting. F. Jockeys. Open! Close Pt 3 1'4 Robertson - IConley ... 1" lEarl , 4 IHolgeson , 3 2 7-10 20 2nk 3-5 l 4 and upward, seven furlongs: Betting. OpenJCIose PI. F. 1 Jockeys. 1 Robertson 13-5 3-5 e 3 6 uoy Heli rd I Igeson .... lley ....l C b. g..'4. G-3 7-10 3-2 3 E I 4 Conl Man of Honor. .The Jefferson was kent lno far ii uiiiri . k.T-iii- oz i.n. si a ir m ntr lmn van- lots and Hunting- ran their races. $300, five and a half furlongs: Rettlnc. jocxeys. lupeniuose Ft J. Hicks... I 8-5 1-2 2-5 3-3 Ravles .. 6-5 Donnellv . G Smith... 2 8 and upward, six furlongs: f 7 COO 200 7-10 3-5 10 M i t CO 10 15 15 IS It Betting Open Close 10 10 15 21 -S 6-5 6 C 3 3 Jockeys. Conlev Pt Silvers J. Hicks.... see A. Lines.... Helgeson ... 2 -5 -4. by Reputation- stayed In front throughout. Star Cotton, kept stretch. Irish Jewel, not up to a race, finished Betting, OpenJCIose I s 3-5 3-5 5 4 5 8 13 30 30 59 5) IS 20 Jockeys. Pt Robertson Helgeson ... pikers C. Wright.. W. Wilson.. Waterbury . Bayers Gltmore .... 8-5 8-5 4 19 20 Winner. E. M. Jackson's tv m.. 4. bv FVlxetln tlclan. Otorge Simons, Pathfinder and Dr. Kor btr alsa ran. Third rSc. ths Dash, live furlongs Heno. 114 (Burns). 5 to t won; Leonora Lorlng, 107 (Udom). i to (V second: - Cameron, 110 (Shawl, 7 to 5. third. Time. JSS-6. Arsenal, Par Excellence, Cornwall, Benald, Andaluslan and Fresomptloa also ran. Fourth race, the Turf Handicap, one and ose qnarter mile, on turf Watercure. 109 (O'Connor), to JL won: Decanter, lot (Burns), 4 to 5, sec "1: Kamara, 105 (Odom). IS to 5. third. Time, :l-t. Only three starters. Fifth race, seven furlongs-Duelist, 97 (Won deriy), 1 to 1 won; Bells of Leanston, 193 (Rice). iAS- d: Chucununds, 99 (Turner). 9 to 10. thlI:.T,n,?!. 13. AUrd Scbeck,- lidy Uncaa and HlUMlf also ran. - Sixth race, aellnit, mile and a aUtsenUi. on trrr Beoeck. 307 (O Contiaei. T tn B. won: SDeed- Sf-J05.0"1")' to 1. second: Dolando. 105 Z!?PiJ'J!, third. Time, 1:4. Alslke. Elolm. Royal Bterllng. Disturber. San UuU. McLeod of Dare and antcacta also ran. . ' . iS1 tor Meetlaaj. REPUBLIC 8PECXAI, CuttraHM Tit o .. . ... . . ISSmSS' 5?femen. are here arranging to !2Tn51& "5S?1 hu cltytha flrat wee .October. The meeting will be held In the UH m a large attendance of St. Irals J"T.Bays Blae'Olrl. Kew Tork, Sept. I. William C 'Whltaey to day purchased John K. Maddenrs laterest la ths nhy Bios OlrL She will carry the light bin colors In the great Filly Stakes, which is to be ran Saturday at Shttpahesd Bay. The price was kept a seem. - at lCathalr. Ma. B8PCBUC 8FRCIAV -aJjygj JSC' B"1- ro-aars races result to: Be fa 'all 'trot Amerigo- won. Best time. trot-pace-Zetlah won. Best time. yHiL - sauz bum ana rsptai annerwo won; Failure of Western Jockey Club to Help the Track i : the Cause. . , MEETING REOPENS NEXT WEEK. Judge Murplij' Will Again Appeal to Jockey Club on Beinstate ment Question Statement , by Management. Discouraged by tho small attendance and the lack of horses to furnish racing at Kln loch, the directors of that track, at a meet ing held yesterday afternoon, decided to close the course temporarily until the at titude or the Western Jockey Club could bo definitely learned, or until more horses could bo brought from Chicago. Judge Murphy announced that racing would surely be re sumed next week. Judge Murphy will depart for Chicago this evening, and. will endeavor to obtain an explanation from the Jockey Club, and to have the present stato of affairs straight ened out in some way. Further action will not be taken by the management of Klnloch until the result of his trip Is known. Closing down of-the track was not decided upon until the approval of a majority of owners, whose horses have been -racing there, was secured. But seventy of the ani mals at the Florissant Valley course are eligible to start over tracks under the jurii dlction of tho Western Jockey Club, and these have been raced three and four times a week, until 'the owners .are -glad of a chance to rest them up. In a public statement, drawn up by the management of the Klnloch track, a brief resume of the situation since the early days of August and an explanation of the hitch irul . elntatement proceedings are given, tne statement gives much detail of proceed ings, vthich have already been published, and refers scathingly to the failure of tho western Jockpi r?iuh tn irMn i,B .m,.., atKtaloch rem3tatement for the horsemen The statement describes how Judge Mur- piiy went tp secretary Kubl's office last . v; """ -"atnanson or Harlem and Iiush Orleans, and how both pledged themselves to help him. It recounts how affirmative answers were given telegraphic ally from the four other members in re sponse to the Judge's question as to whether tha horses stabled at Klnloch would be reinstated, nnd how this answer was neutralized by a telegram sent to Judge Murphy hy Kuhl as soon as the Judge returned to St. Louis, announcing that nothing could be done until Monday, September 2. The result of Monday's meeting, already published in The nepubllc, is then gone into, the statement containing the follow ing paragraphs: v "Under the conditions, Klnloch had the choice of breaking away from the Western Jockey Club and racing as an Independent organization or closing. No association can light Washington Park and thrive, so there was but one alternative left. "Klnloch will open some day next week. By that time the horses stabled there will be freshened up, and new recruits received from Chicago and Newport To show the shabby treatment accorded Klnloch by the Western Jockey Club, a minor Incident will suffice. It haB never been possible for the management here to secure the official out law list, Kuhl wiring that he had no au thority to use the list without the consent of the Jockey Club stewards. ThU put Kln loch In the extraordinary position of racing under the 'rules of an organization, and not being ablo to secure even those rules. "A meeting of the Jockey Club was held Monday night, but Kuhl has never sent Kiniocn an omciai notice oi wr juwircu lng. The closing of Klnloch will not re lieve the local racing situation ln any way, and It will continue to be a tremendous factor In the future racing in Missouri." In this statement, recognition of the pos sibility of Klnloch racing as an independent body, even though the disadvantages of this course are pointed out, indicates that the forecast ln Wednesday's Republic of the Eossibillty of a new turf body being formed y dissatisfied tracks is far from remote. No admission to this effect, however, could be secured from tho management of Kin Judge Murphy stated that on his trip to Chicago he would .endeavor to have the reinstatement of the horsemen stabled at Klnloch considered again. Falling ln that, ho said that he would bring more horses down from Chicago and would resume the meeting, having'then done all he could for the horsemen desirous of being again placed ln good standing on Western Jockey Club tracks. Billy Hutchison, "Ben Xdl" Scott and other owners seeking reinstatement at Kln loch announced yesterday that they would remain at the course until the result of Judge Murphy's efforts are learned. ' In case the Judge's efforts are fruitless, they an nounce that they havo not decided on their plan of action. The owners ln good standing at the course, including W. Ij. Inrfng. who han dles the Bennett stable; Kit Chinn of Chlnn & Forsythe. Tony Licalzl and others, will all remain at Klnloch and rest their horses until the meetlmr reooens next week. Pres ident Lucas announced that he did not know the exact day when racing would re commence, but that it would be an early as sufficient horses could be obtained. BRAAMGAX DF.FEATED AT KIXLOCH Colt Solved Under Pnniihmeat-Robertson Rode Three Winners. Brannigan's defeat at Klnloch yesterday was the feature of the day's racing, and the action of the colt ln the third racs throws some light on his previous defeats. In the third race, while leading his field a furlong ffcm home, he suddenly quit when Baylesn struck him with the whip, sulking In the rankest manner and only getting place money by a nose. The readiness with which Brannlgan sulked when he was punished may ac count for the apparent lack of speed he displayed In his last out, when he finished last ln a field of four. On that occasion he displayed absolutely no speed, and an ex planation may be that he quit from the start, when hustled to get Into a good po sition. But four starters were In yesterday's race, a five and a half furlong affair. Bran nlgan being favorite at 6 to 5, an extremely liberal price on paper. Induced by his bad performance his last out. Miss Hume was second choice at 8 to E. while Duela and Ashbrook, the only other starters, were at 2 and 8 to 1 respectively. aliss Hume went to tne iront immeaiateiv that the flac fell, and followed br Duela and Brannlgan, set a lively pace nround tne turn. Duela ran secona until tne stretch, where there wa- a general closing up to Miss Hume. As the field turned into the stretch It looked as If she was beaten. Duela, Ashbrook and Brannlgan all draw ing abreast of her. Tnree-sixteenths out uayiess made his effort and called on Brannlgan. The colt came from behind as if the others were anchored, and shot into the lead, passing Miss Hume. The filly responded to punish ment, however, and drew UD to him ncraln. but at that It looked as if Brannlgan held tier safe. Bayless raised nis wnip. how ever, and started to drive Brannlgan a trifle. At the flrat Wow the colt laid back his ears, propped himself and curled up, losing his lead Instantly and dropping back be hind Duela. Bayless laced htm savagely, and under the blows Brannlgan reconsidered his decision and .moved UD again, but still sulking. He managed to get.home a nose In front of 'Duels, who swerved a sixteenth out, but could never gain on Miss Hume, who won, going away. bythree lengths. The feature of the last race on the card was the defeat of Eva's Darling, the best horse In the race, by Siren Song, the puree being the second one which the F. M. Ar thur stable has bad thrown -away ln two days. On Wednesday Eva's Darling won a race easily, but dropped five pounds of lead before the finish and was disqualified L Tes terday she was winning easily, but Helge son did not get to work In time to meet -a. rush from Siren Song, who captured the purse by a head. " . , , On the strength of her good race Wednes day. Eva's Darling-was favorite at 3 to.? ln the last race, and ran to a manner to Justify It, Bated along well, she tm into the stretch looUng all over winner, and a sixteenth out drew away from her.fleld. Helgeson then eased,! a trifle, nnd Robert sonbrought Siren Song up with a rush, un der a fierce drive. Hehjenonlaat&ftyped around on hlamown insplns;,wtldhr at Ws blp. and hindering; !V,,3rJn Mlatiaf; btr, with tha rseadt that Bobert- j To-Dny Delmar Entries. First race, ona mile and a sixteenth, relllng: 2K! ?.ound Tufn.lWi (M7) Oovernor Bord.lM 2 Moo-Ne-Ite 102 1 16 ilanquo II 112 lill 2l?i "I !w I"' K'tty Clyde.. .Am 1259 Connie Lee lirji usi Miss Patron... .109 Second race, (he furlongs' JJI2 Anna Elliott.. ..108 f 1503 W. U OeorgClOJ 1HS Attelle 113 niW Colonial Clin.. .105 971 Trio 1151(15141 Ogle 118 1447 Doctor tiovejoy.105 1 Third race five and a half furlongs, selling: 1527 Maria Elena... .101 1 1527 Kaffir M 1103 Lillian M 10S (H67) Aleda , 10.) 1151 Jewie F Ss 1457 Varner . .93 W !"aoX", 'i 9H King Ford 103 1514 Miss Gainer.... 9; . ESTi". ract, slx furlong, selling: JS5? Sr.Im? i'j I 1517 Lady Ererahle.. f9 ,52J 2ur. La.Jy", M 1 Fltrkanet 102 1490 Santa Ventura. 99 I Fifth race, one mile, selling- ,?',, Eran$vP',arc"!l !' Outburst 101 JJ' Tea n JJ3 1K Hardly ., 1CT V& V,teTPe v.",V"-M 15H I'andy Jim 1M 1516 Brown Vail lfc i5jg yM w miin race, seven rurlonKS. h he: .... Ben 0'Fatlon...1M iocs Doctor Xowlln.107 1493 Peter Durvei...llS (1594) lady Curzon...lf)7 1503 Meildleoome ...107 ISO", Tulla Fanso...l!rj 11517) Miss OollKhlly.l!3 Will be barred In betting. itz-; nearest in The Republic's Seleellons. First HaceOrrls. Mis Patron. Kitty Clyde. Second Race Colonial cirl. W. L. George. Doc tor Loveloy. Third nace Josle E.. Miss Gaines. Aleda. Fourth Race Flu Konet. Prima II, Our Lnc'jr. Fifth Race llterp. Dandy Jim. Brown ValL Sixth Race-Miss Gotlchtly, Nearest. Tulla Fonso. To-Dsy'n Harlem Entries. Chicago. Sept. 5 Entries for to-morroWs races at Harlem are as follow i: First race, one and one-slxtcenth miles: Man- Pine Molfle T ... Alma Girl Dulcimer ... Lvsbeth .102 Herse . ...119 ...no ...1SJ ...105 ...101 ... 97 ...103 ...102 ..102 ...io; Baby Hall . Whlfflt Coacoa The Rabbit Rendezvous Lucy Locket ..110 Second race, six furlonj.. selling: Ranco ...1C3 Lyror Bell 100 Goal Runner Lady Idrls .. Sortie ..ITS Candelabrum 9J .. 99 My Chicken 99 .. 93 Emma C T.. 9 Pencil Me .. ....... 93 Elsie Kuhn S Olner McRevannah..l02 Rosa DlaJi Si Alee .104 Delmarch 1C8 Third Vrace, course: steeplechase, handicap, short Walter Cleary ......1441 Duty Donation i3i Refugee Fourth race, mile and seventy yards ..125 ...ICO ..IOT .. 9) .. 90 conunarum 94 fThs Lad' Lady Strathraore .... 94 f Senator ! Cluster 97 Lecturer Favonlus 109 I lererldge Fifth race, five furlongs: I. Samelson ..HI Evening Star Inhtar Huzzah Hoodwink ..... Lingo ,.10 ..1M ,.193 M South Trimble Jack Rattltn . Corrlcan McChesney ....ill ....111 ....in ....ill son drove Siren Song past him and won by a head. Robertson did good work yesterday, riding threo winners, two of which owed their vic tories to his handling. Siren Song being one instance and Sarilla the other. The latter won the first race, Robertson rating her along nicely, letting Countess Clara wear herself out ln front, and Muskalonge tire himself chasing her. Then he drew up and won easily. Kitty u. won tne lourtn race, mailing every post a winning one. She was second cholfp. nt 2 to 1. Irish Jewel, the E-to-5 fa vorite, finished whero she figured on her last race in the ruck. The second race was won by Man of Honor, who simply galloped In, winning as he pleased. KIJTLOCn SITUATION DISCUSSED. i Horsemen stud Track SlannKement Dissatisfied With Present Affairs. Animated discussion prevailed at Klnloch yesterday over the failure of the Western Jockey Club to keep Its promises to Judge Murphy and the horsemen and maledic tions were showered upon the Chicago body. No explanation could be discovered of the grounds on wlilch the promises were broken. Billy Hutchison, H. D. Brown, Ed Cham berlain and other horsemen who sought re instatement at the hands of the Western Jockey Club and were denied, are ln an un pleasant frame of mind. Their horses are still stabled at Klnloch, where they have been idle for the last month, and the own ers ,have no Immediate prospect of racing them. Judge Murphy has gone to Chicago to ap- ?eal on their behalf, but if they are re used reinstatement again they will be In an awkward position. Stable room at Kln loch Is already at a premium, and if more horses are brought from Chicago they will be obliged to move on. Judge Murphy stated yesterday that the owners whose horses have been racing at Klnloch are really glad of a chance to rest them up, and that they all voted to close down the meeting for awhile. "Of all the horses stabled here." snld the Judge, "but seventy are eligible to race over the track. Even with fields averaging five horses, it was necessary to start each horse every other day If all did their share A meeting cannot be conducted on those lines, and we will bring some more horses here before we resume. The horsemen have done good work ln helping us out, and they are all glad of a chance to rest their horses." The statement prepared by the Klnloch management, explaining the present situa tion, is a scathing document, which roundly scores the Western Jockey Club. References to the treachery and broken promises of that body are made, and the statement, re ferring to the applications of the horse men, says: "A number of men, whoso stand ing on the turf is quite equal to that of any steward of the Jockey Club, applied for re instatement. Their applications were mailed to Mr. Kuhl, secretary of the Western Jockey Club, and request made that a special meeting of the stewards be called at once. It Was then discovered that all but Kathanson and Fitzgerald had scattered to tne lour corners or tne eartn. ami ai lutely refused to return to Chicago to take up any matter of relnstatment." A heavy rain and a thorough drenching of the Klnloch track will be necessary be fore the meeting can open again with con venience to all. The oft-mentioned dust of the track was so deep yesterday that It was almost impossible to see the fields at the post, and as tha wind was toward the grand stand much discomfort was caused by the clouds of dust raised at the finish. Horse owners are not the only class of turfmen' whom the delay of the Western Jockey Club has affected. Jockey Gllmore, who was getting a fair share of engage ments at Delmar, has been waiting around Klnloch since the. meeting opened, his rein statement being' delayed until Tuesday. His first mount of the meeting was in the last race yesterday, when -he finished last on Bushnell. Kit Chlnn, who started at Klnloch for a few days early ln the meeting, and who has met with considerable success with his sta ble. Including Duela, Matin Bell. Ravens bury, Eliza Dillon and Dalkeith, stated yes terday that he intended to remain at Kln loch right along and await the reopening of the meeting. He was rather glad, he said, of the chance to rest his horses. Probably no race meeting in the country of such short duration as that at Klnloch has ever had such a varietv of capable or.lclals as the one Just closed. Kit Chlnn. Joseph Murphy, Richard Dwyer- and Jacob ttoitman nave an none a portion oi tne starting, while H. D. Brown has been on hand as a possible reserve ln case of his re instatement Judge Murphy and E. C. Hop per have served in the judges' stand, while President Lucas, who has been at the track every day, has served as a racing Judge himself In hli time. There was certainly no possibility of a dearth of officials at any time. WARM RAC11TO AT HARTFORD Lord Derby Defeated . Doralma lis Five Fierce Heats. Hartford, Conn., Sept. 5. A big crowd at Charter Oak. Park this afternoon witnessed the defeat of Thomas Lawson's Celebrated gelding, Boralma, by C. J. Hamlin's Lord Derby. The race between these two was one of the finest of the year, and It was only after five beats had been trotted that the Boston favorite's colors were lowered. The betting on the race, the free-for-all trot, was very heavy. The starters were Boral ma, Lord Derby and The Monk. As much as $90,000 went Into the pool. Boralma was a tremendous favorite before the start at odds of 3 to 1 for the other two. His backers seemed to think he could not lose. In the first heat Boralma led at the quar ter by a length. Lord Derby second and The Monk third, i These positions were main tained Into the stretch, when Geers shook out Lord Derby, and the race to the wire was a heart-breaker. Lord Derby nailed' Boralma at the eighty-yards distance, and passed" the wire a nose ahead. The last onarter was trattixt In -Ui. The luttinsr 'then turned to-10 on' Lord Derby to 7 on the neia, ana tne money was put aown very fast. v a. i Ths word, for, the second heat -was. given to an even start, but fifty yards from the win Lord Derby., aad a disastrous break Sixth race, five furlongs: 'oe Brown 1"0 Bragg Prince Webb 193 Altona Inspector Shea l'tt Phil Knight .... Tommy roster Mi Simoon Marque 101 Hal Mitchell .,. Seventh race, mile and a half, selling: Sprung 971 Flying Torpedo . Fox Bard 971 Kentucky Bab Monongab 91 ' Whltlleli ...10S ...108 ...too ...101 ...1W ... M ... 9S ...100 Chicago Chronicle Selections. HEPUBLIC SPECIAL. Chicago. III.. Sept. 5. Harlem: First Race Cocoa. Lucy Locket, Baby Hall, Second Race ltosa Dlah, Goal Runner. Emma C. L. Third Race Duty. Donation. Refugee. Fourth Race Favenlos. Cluster. The Lady. Fifth Race-forrlgan. McCheaney. Lingo Sixth Race Inspector Shea, Tommy Foster, SevSh'lkce-Kentucky Babe. Whitfield. Fly Imr Torpedo. ... Weather clear; track fait. . Entries t Sheepshend. New Tork. Sept. S- Tb-morrow's Sheepshead Bay entrlps: first race, Ave rurionga. minus; Tim D.. Jr.. ..115 Blr Lewis ..IIS ..111 ..112 ..111 ..lit ..111 ..lit ..11 ..107 Crjptogram . Illuminated ShandonOeld Goldacn , ...US ..US ..113 ..IIS Mint Jsea .... Danwell Bessie McCarthy Emma A. M Matterhorn Nlsseouoqua Battah Throth Optimist ..lis Cast Iron .1JS Hot 1J5 Broadstrtst ..11a Socond race, one ml!: Wax Taper 1 Tom Kenny IB Monarka H4J Satire KH Third race, five and a half furlongs Endurance by Rlght-12 Preterm 11J Jim Tully 11 Glenwater 1 Broff IJ Caughnawaga 112 inn itivai " Peninsula 117 Gibson IJirht Mil Knilth Rlkhfim 112 Fourth race, Tha Reapers, one and three-slX' teentna mile: Water Color . Nones Fifth race. UtlAntoUght ..., .........1UJ Black Dick . six furlongs, selling. ....10 ....lot main on tracK: Timpleton .... Irene Llndsar ..111 Barbara Frletchle....lo Mintage 10 Flora Poroooa 1 Ascension Schwalbo J Frivol 5 zAv Rterllmr SS ..ill Scotch Bush 10 Dmiblo Six -,...109 Cherries ?...10S Guesswork .... ......lO'l Anta Up 10a Strlh rsr hanfllcao mile and a. half. On turf: Imp. UT Doctor Hchberg .... JS iiaron i'epper iui juw u uuu ....- Trigger 971 Morning; TcIearmpVa Selecttoas. REPUBUC SPECIAL. New York. Sept. S.-Ca Sheepahead Bay: l'lrst Race Illuminate. Dunwell. Emma A. M. c.r.n PanwWnT Tftwr. Monarka. Satire. Third Race Endurance by Right, Caughnawa ga, Jim Tully. Fourth Rare Water Color, Nones, Autollght. Fifth Race Barbara Frietchie, Double Six, Schwalbe. Sixth Race Baron Pepper. Imp. Trigger. and fell away back. Boralma took the heat easily from The Monk, and Lord Derby was Just Inside the distance. Boralma was made tbe pool favorite at 100 to 4 for the field. At the quarter Boralma led Lord Derby by a length, and retained this to the half. On tbe lower turn Lord Derby made an Irresistible burst of speed, passed Bo ralma, and, going strongly, won the heat by an open length. Lord Derby was again made a favorite at 4 to L As in the second heat. Lord Derby broke at the turn, and was simply driven to save his distance. Boralma was lapped all the way ln this heat by The Monk, and won by a short length. Lord Derby still remained the favorite, and, keep ing his feet all tbe way, had little difficulty ln taking the last heat and the race. Grand Clrentt Sammarlei. Tho 2:05 pace, purse ll.WO, best three ln five: Edith W.. b. m.. by Ben Lomond. jr. Mountain Maid, by Martl- nelle (Turner and Geers). . 1 tl 1 II Dumont W.. b. g. (Ernest) S 8 S J 1 3 Mazetto. b. m. (McDonald) 3 12 4 13 Hetty G.. b. m. (McHenry) 4 X dr Billy Andrews, b. s. (Bm-ch 1 dr Slier B.. blk. h. (train) 4 1 lm relet, gr. m. (Kenney) ...... ..7 7ds Tbe Admiral, b. h. (Payne) 3 7ds Time 2:08t4. 2:0SV. 2:ftt. IJ. 2:07. 2SI7U. Free-for-all trot, purse 12. 500. best three in ft' Br: Lord Derby, b. g . by MamDnmo King Claribel. by liamlins Aimoni, jr. (Geers) 1 111 Boralma. ch. g. (Gatcom) X 1 t 1 The Monk. br. r. (McHenry)..... I t X X l z I Time !:0F4. Z:B7. 2:07, z-.g. zao. The 2:19 trot, purse tl.oou. best three In flrat Tocsles. br. g.. by Strathway Flick, by Pasha (Clark) - 1 1 1 Bister Altee. b. m. (Kenney) S t X Onward Silver, eh. h. (Geers) 4 X Little Dick. br. r. (Pope) .. I 4 Tlme-2:li. 2:W. 1:10. .. . , The 1:14 pace, purse 13.000, best three In five: Dan Paten, b. h., by Joe Patchen Sellka (McHenry) 1 1 1 Armorel, g. m. (A. P. McDonald). .....4 X X Council Chimes, blk. h. (Snow 1 4 Laconda. b. h. (Brodblne). t X Captain Sphynx. b. g. (Velle)...... .......4 4 Jack Harding, b. h. (A. McDonald) 5 S S Tlme-2184. 2:08;. 20214. To-morrow's card contains the 2:11 pace, the t:2S trot, the Great Charter Oak Stakes for H, 000 and the 231 pace. Races at Fort Erie. Fort Erie. Ontario. Sept. 6. Weather clear; track fast. Summarlesr First race, aeven furlongs, selling-HIeawsy won: Doctor Falnlo. second: Prince Ester, third. Time. 1:27. Second race, four and one-half furlongs Ott'a Paw won: Martha D., second: Starter, third. TftyisB. hJLS Third' race, six furlongs, selling VaggiaW. won: Lakeview Belle, second: Gatemba. third. Time. l:l4. , . . Fourth race, five furlongs, selling J. Patrick won: Morlch. second: Frank McKee. third. Time. 'Fifth race, six furlongs, aejllng Toner Henry won: Lady Sliver, second: Golden Harvest, third. Sixth 'race, mile and as eighth, selling Mon treal wen; Advocator, second: Warranted, third. Time. 1:54V Track Record Broken. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Princeton, I1L. Sept. S-Tha track record WSJ broken here to-day by Personette. who finished a beat in tha free-for-all pace In 2:11. The previous low record was lXH. made by tbeaame torso two years ago. Personette is a Prince ton horse, ana macn rawiwi. w ,"" Zizl The attendance at tne iair 10-aay was broken, there being 11.000 people present. also The 2:19 trot. ' purse 1300 Kindest Kind won. Best "FreVfoMll pace, purse IMO-Personette won. B2:MUpac'e. purse tWO-Allce Mao won. Best time, 3;20i. Commando Units the Tarf. NewJTork, Sept. B. Commando, pronounced by turfmen to be one of the greatest race horses known In the last thirty years on any courseli to be retired to. the Caatleton Stud InKentudgr where he wa foaled, and. it Is announced. wlU n Yl's" list' raas the Realisation 8tak In that race he waa Injured and more recently be bowed a tendon. Races at Xehmska'j Fair. Lincoln. Neb , Sept. 5 State Fair races: rtttrot. 4(V-Tonr W. won In straight heats. Best tlm?-2:llV. iforval Chief, second; George S'2:23hpae. 300-Jste Kilns won first third and fourth heats and race. Be.tr Ome-3H. LUtl. Doctor, second: Irma. WelL third. H. D. Par sons and Jolly B. also started. CARS CLAIM MORE VICTIMS. George Eeiter and John Corcoran Injured Other Accidents. An Olive street car. In charge of Motor man J. S, Miller, ran Into a baggage wagon, driven by George Reiter of No. 4&9 Delmar avenue, at Taylor and Delmar avenues. The wagon was badly damaged." Reiter and John Corcoran of No. 3S15 Cottage avenue, who was riding with him, were pitched ln m ths street. Both sustained alight bruises about the body, Henry Martin of No. 2114 Hebert street, who drives a wagon for the L. Martin Lime and Cement Company, was pitched into the street and severely bruised In a collision with a Jefferson avenue car at St. Louis avenue. A horse attached to a buggy owned by H. C Hollman of No. 2111 Sidney street, standing at Broadway and Itaska street, was struck by a northbound car yesterday morning. The buggy was demolished and the horse severely hurt. Benjamin Brown, living at No. ISO Cali fornia avenue, while attempting to board a moving street car at Eighteenth and Market streets last night, was thrown to the pavement. He waa removed, to the Mis souri Pacific Hospital. His Injuries consist of several scalp wounds. Charles Stangc. 13 years old, eon of Eu gene Stange, living at Nov SHI Water street, fell off a South Broadway car last night and sustained cuts on the head and face. Joseph Frank was struck by a north bound Broadway car last night at Lea perance street, and suffered a dislocation of the right arm and. bruises and cuts on the face. He was removed to his home No. 122 Lesperance street. William. Mastln, living at No. 70S North Sixth street, fell from a northbound Broadway car in front of No. 1427 Broad way and was cut on the face and head. . To-Dst Forecast, Washington, Sept. 5. Forecast: -Tor Illinois-Fair Friday: llsht to fresh south erly winds. Saturday fair: coder is northern portion - .. . , lowa-Falr Friday. - Saturiajv fair, cooler: southerly, ahlrtingto westerly winds. Mlasaoii FalrTMdST. SMtmdzr Bab- Xlh cwiir 10 innMni psnn Nebraska Valr. cooler 1 With coolar ra sontbeast portion: SSi Patton: soousari, wtnda. I itMrlxjaiaa. Delmar Officials and Bookmakers Evaded Service for Contempt of Court. WERE ADVISED BY ATTORNEYS. Sheriff Dickmann Will Report to Jndge Zachritz To-Day Ques tion of Jurisdiction Raised by Track Officials. The officers of the Delmar Jockey Club, acting under the advice of their attorneys, refused to accept service yesterday for themselves and the bookmakers of the cita tions for contempt Issued against them by Judge Zachritz for disobeying his order reT straining bookmaklng and pool selling at the Delmar race track. Sheriff Dickmann will make a report to Judge Zachritz this morning. Speculation is rife as to what cotirss Judge Zachritz will pursue. Attorneys dif fer In regard to the matter. The contention of the attorneys for the Delmar people is that Judge Zachritz's Jurisdiction does not extend beyond tbe city limits and that the Sheriff of St. Louis can only act as an In dividual beyond the city line. The contention of tbe attorneys represent ing the Attorney General, who brought the suit to have the licenses of the bookmakers at the Delmar track revoked, is that tho Delmar track, being partly ln the city end partly In the county, is under the jurisdic tion, for the purposes of the present action. of the city and county. They argue that the act' of racing for which the bets are made, under the licenses, cannot be performed, under the circumstances, ln the county alone, hence the city assumes Jurisdiction. Other attorneys agree with this conten tion, and state that Jndge Zachritz has power to Issue a writ under the circum stances, under which the Sheriff can arrest tbe party against whom It Is Issued m any part of the State. Ordinarily ln eases of ' this kind, where there la no question of Jurisdiction, this Is the case. Sheriff Dickmann arrived, at the Delmar track about I p. m, yesterday with two citations. He was accompanied by Deputy Benjamin Heet. They were met by C A. Tllles, a director of the 'Delmar Jockey Club and a large stockholder In the associa tion. Sheriff Dickmann informed him of his business. Mr. Tllles took the officers into the clubhouse, where they were Joined by 8. W. Adler, president of the Delmar Jockey Club, and other officers of the club. Mr. Adler said be represented all the defend ants. Mr. TDTes said, before accepting service, they would consult with their attorneys. If tbe attorneys advised to accept service, he said, they would do so; otherwise tbey would not. He communicated with their attorney in St. Louis by telephone and was answered by Judge H. a Priest. He told Mr. Priest that the officers were there to serve the citations and asked what should be done. When he had received Judge Priest's answer, he told Sheriff Dickmann that Judge Priest bad ad vised against accepting service. Sheriff Dickmann then called up his attor neys, Johnson, Houts. Mariatt and Hawes, Mr. Johnson answered, and the Sheriff ac quainted him with the situation. Mr. John son told the Sheriff to make an attempt to serve the citations, and If the parties would not accept service to make report of the matter to Judge Zachritz. Sheriff Dickmann and Deputy 'Heet then offered the citations to the defendants, but they refused to accept them. Sheriff Henck en of St. Louis County was present, ami told Sheriff Dickmann that If he would give him the citations he would serve them. He said he was tbe only person authorized to serve the writs. Sheriff Dickmann declined the offer, hold ing 'that he was charged by Judge Zachritz to serve the writs and did not think ho was authorized to allow any one else to do so. The Sheriff and his deputy returned to St. Louis. HAD SPECIAL DISPENSATION. Elmer Ferguson and Maud Cooney Married at Clayton. Elmer W. Ferguson of No. 4531 Cote Brilllante avenue and Maud Cooney of No. 310$ Lackland avenue obtained a license and were married at Clayton yesterday by the Reverend Michael Busch, pastor of St. Michael's Catholic Church In Clayton. The couple had a dispensation from Arch bishop Kiln, which gave him authority to Eerform the ceremony. The dispensation,' e said, had been obtained with thejper mlsslon of tbe rector of St. Francis Xavt er's Church. , FEARS HIS SON WAS DROWNED. W. W. Kent of .Chattanooga South ern Searches for Hissing Boy. According to a special dispatch from Nashville, Tenn., to The Republic, the body of a U-year-old boy, believed to be the son of General Manager W. W. Kent of , the 'Chattanooga Southern Railway Company, was taken from the river a few miles be low Nashville Wednesday. Mr. Kent arrived in St. Louis yesterday' from Nashville, and registered at the Southern Hotel. He departed from the city last night. The telegram, states that 2ir. Kent was unable to Identify the body on account of its condition. Mr. Kent stated while fn Nashville that his son left his Chattanooga home August' 28, and wrote a letter to his parents, which was mailed at Nashville on the night of his arrival there. Since then Mr. Kent baa not heard from the boy, and he fears the body Is that of his son. A SIMPLE QUESTION. St. Ionls People Are Becjaested to Hoaeatly Answer This. If not the word of a representative citi zen of St. Louts more convincing than the doubtful utterances of people living every where else In the Union? Bead this: Mrs. Louis. Taulstlch of 1010 North Elev enth street says: "A child of mine showed symptoms of kidney complaint ever since he was five years old. He sat for hours around the house complaining of hla back aching, and rarely, if ever, went out to lay with his comrades. We all accused lm of being lazy, but as he grew- older he evidently became weaker, and every bit of color left his face. Finally when out for a walk one day be was compelled to seek rest by sitting on the curb. A policeman, noticing that he was sick, took him to a dispensary ln a patrol wagon, and from thete to the hospital. I had considerable trouble to get him back home, and what ever ailed him resisted the medicine pre scribed by more than one physician. My husband procured Doan's Kidney Pills at the Wolff-Wilson Drug Co.'s and he com menced the treatment- We never expected him to pull through, but the pills seemed to give him renewed strength. His appe tite returned, and as. he continued the treatment-he Improved, until at present ha is enjoying a new lease of life." For sale by all dealers- Price SO cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. T.. sole agents for. the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. . NO OURS. 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