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Governor Eovd Won
Rrulare Steeplechase
at Kinloch Track.
I.rowns Heat Ualtimore by
Score of 1 to 0 Cardinals
Play in Cincinnati To-Day.
Changes in Season's
Unit's Will Not Affect
Stvlo of Plav.
Scott Laird's Old Campaigner De
feated I.ratton's Crack in I!ni
Iare Handicap Steeplechase.
Savers Outgeneraled P.onner and
Waldo in the Fourth Kace
Dizzy Finish in the
Second Event.
It was entirely too bad. Such things,
however, will happen now and then on a
race course. Governor Boyd, who ha: been
running a few liyca In local steeplechases,
beat Mr. Bratton's Teller, an even-money
shot. In a gallop In the biff Brulare Handi
cap at Kinloch yesterday. The bool.s laid
as good as 5 to 1 against Governor Boyd.
Fearful at sevens and Terra Incognita were
next in favor.
It was a poor start. Buck O'Dowd. a
sure- fencer, rushed the first jump. He
stumbled and threw his rider, then mn be
tween Teller and Fearful for the ne:ct mile
and at all times interfered with both of
them very much. Every one but Buck
O'Dowd jumped the first fence in safety.
Teller assumed a long lead going to the
second fr.ce. Fearful went after him and
Hoyd also moved up. Terra Incognita was
in fourth place as they rased the stand and
took the water jump.
Fearful closed on Teller around the lower
turn and Mr. Bratton's big dog began to
tire. He was beaten then. Fearful just
lay with him and jumped well, Brewer
flopped oil Incognita at the fourth jump,
and I'orphryosene assumed third placi.
Sherwood, fat as a fool, was whipping in.
Taking the fifth fence. Fearful stumbled
when he landed, but went on. Governor
Boyd moved up very fart and all three
went at the last fence in the intield nose
and nose. Here Ktrgerson beat Fearful to
the landing and fell off. He seemed to
think that Fearful whs going to fail and
mail- up his mind to skin him to the grass.
Then Fearful and Teller went on. As soon
as they struck the track Boyd came away,
though it was sift. They said one day
when ho ran a bad race in such going that
he does not like soft tracks. He came on
and won. whipping, butwell within him
teir. Favorite l'rovcil a linitter.
Teller, a quitter, tired. Grand Dad fell
at the sixth fence and Sherwood finished
fourth. It was a hot raco all the way un
til Kggcrson Jumped off Fearful, and a
pretty one, too.
It was a good race and worth JI.SCO to
the winner. Droll enough to see the richest
stake of tho meeting go to a dog that
could not win a $200 top-and-bottom selling
race on the flat, while Brigadier was run
ning for a $100 handicap.
There was rtot much to the races beyond
this event. Bacchus, 4 to 1; Huccena, 11 to
10, and Dodio S., 8 to 1, put up a rare
finish in the fourth race.
They ran in order up the back stretch
and came down tho home stretch like a
team. The two apprentice boys, Sayers and
Bonner, and little Waldo were up.
Hucena was sort of pocketed on
the turn at the three-eighths. She
camo outside. Dodio S. and Bacchus
came outside of her. Waldo rode a bad
race on Dodie S. He kept her in the softest
track, next the rail, all through the last
half mile. At the last sixteenth pole the
trio were heads apart, and whlnoinc hard.
Sayers bore in on Hucena and forced her
Into the soft going. She. in turn, forced
Dodie S. into It. Thus Sayers outgeneraled
Bonner and Waldo and won by a nose from
Hucena. who beat Dodie S. Just that far for
second money.
Sayers also outgeneraled Hoar hi the fifth
race. Kitty G.. backed from 3 to even, was
out in front by ten lengths at the stretch
turn. Flop with Sayers up. was third,
seven lengths back. Hoar had the race
won. but swung away out wide, looking for
the best going. Sayers cut across the lots
with Flop saved ground and heat Hoar to
the going. It was a clever trick and won
the race for Flco.
Lovable Gnllopcil in Alone.
Lovable, a 4-to-5 shot, galloped horfie
alone in the last race. Nobleman was a
hot tip, but sulked, and ran a wretched
There was another of those dizzy Kinloch
finishes in the second event. Llskn, a .1-to-1
shot, led to the last eighth. Here Bon
ner brought Ruth L. up. She seemed to be
winning when 3he swerved from the outside
to the inside across the entire field. Then
she swerved back again and finished on the
outside. The entire field was twice cut off
by her antics and every horse, save Leila
May, was serving and bending all over the
track. Beauchamp kept Leila straight on
tho inside and, won by a head. Ruth L.
was second by a nose. Hvland, a good thing
of Charley Rowe's, was just beaten two
hearts for show money. He was twenty
pounds the best, was off badly and badly
rldden. He should have won by a block.
Charles D. and King Barleycorn were the
hot things in the first race. Barleycorn was
n handicap horse two years ago. He needed
a lot of luck and a good ride to beat Duela.
Charles D., off last in a bad start, cut off at
the first turn and badly ridden, finished
fast In the last half mile and was third. He
was only twenty pounds tho best.
It was a good day's racing and favorites
camo nearer to winning than they have
done during the meeting. It is close to get
away day and every one is trying.
To-Dny' Kinloch Park Entries.
First race, selling, six furlongs:
COt Tros 101 .... Spurs 1
. . Aimless 10) iVW Orlsls 100
eo6 La Rouge 107 M2 Judge Pcttus....ia
20) Tony Lepplng...l03 S71 Kllrush 1"0
483 Hand 13 112 (i2 Trauer 100
t.46 Miss Guldo 107 SS2 Chlcquarabog ..109
Second race, gelling, four and a half furlongs:
1 Rudwelser 103 15 Marchioness ....105
SRO Easy Trade 103 613 Crime 105
(OCT) .King's Lady.. ..103 co. Wolfram io
C3 Moqulta 100 sr2 Flash of N!ght.l05
003 Goudy 108 COi Agnes Mack 103
615 Lady Caj-uga...l03 S40 Harry Griffith... 103
Third race. selUni- 4r. LnuU rtrowlnr. A.t...-
tion Stakes, one mile nnd an eighth:
609 Dlguy Bell 90 o Heana 103
COS Mynheer 101 C03 Merle F 91
613 Star Cotton Ml S9i Satin Coat i2
C09 Edgardo 101 47S South Dreeie.... 97
(591)Sclralbe lot 603 raptaln Galnes.lOS
Fourth race,- selling, on mile:
COO 'Velasquez 97 318 Joe Doughty 107
COS "horus Hoy Ill 579 Mission 100
616 Wollabout 100 352 IJm Light 99
60S Satchel S9 Ml Kl Ghor set
490 Herodes S'i 4;3 MIzzoura 1U7
610 Ida I;dford.....l08 ton Seething 93
Fifth, race, felling, sir and a halt furlongs:
CIS Lofter v .104 J73 Red Oak 109
C08 Add 102 coo Temptress 102
MS Mips Mae Day,.l3 421 'Four-Leaf C... 97
597 Found 103 293 Dandy Jim 112
61S Merops 104 611 Annie Oldneld..l02
C17 Xecklacj. . 102)
Sixth race, selling, six furlongs:
C12 Anything joo
....- Job Bowers.. ....109
1S2 1'eaches ....1....107
C06 Anne Ellis 107
52S Erne 103
C17 Margaret Steele.107
G01 Wine and Song.101
611 'Alalia 101
.... Registrar 112
flOG 'Dominate 103
CH 1'apa Harry 103
t93 Fergus McCud-
dy 109
Apprentice allowance claimed.
The Republic's Selections.
First Race Judge Pcttuz, Tros. La Rouge.
A regular
diet of
the cause
Sold by erecers
ft csv3s -
Judge. E. C. Hopper; Starter. Maurice Cassidy. Weather 'clear; track slow.
First race. purse $300. for 3-year-olds
Iwt. S.
57 T
94 5
7 S
37 2
S7 1
X. Z
sc a
S7 9
Ktnn Barleycorn. C
Duella, 3 1
Charles DC 1
8" I
a' !
2' I
urej- l-'orgp, ;....
Invictus 4
lOlandine. 5.
Lillian Reed. K..
Mr. MulScy. 4 1
Berf Rarh r. 1 llr?
Corinne C 3 Sj
De 1 liaise. 6 ST
" !
Start bad: won driving: second ram. Winner: F. D. Weir" cli. K.. . Kantaka Xattct.
Barleycorn was off riylntr. had low of speed, but tired at the fed. Hoar outrode Payers at the
tlnlrn. Unella ran a kooJ race and mlshi have won with a strt,ner fidT up. Charles I). wa"s err
Itadly. rut off at flrst turn, but rlosed fast In last quarter, and was probably lst.
Time :12, :23ii. S. Sl4. l:"!. 1:21. 1:31. 1:I6'1.
Second race, purse $400, for 2-year-olds,
Illa May I Krt
Uuth I K
lllyland I 10?
SM Silver ! 101
'Hoc Jtayer I 104
IMarion H I 103
ISarond I 106
!lJka. ' 101
jllurUp ion
illofe Geranium I lot
lAnzelger I lot
ll.ew I JuS
2 4'4
3 Z1
5 S
g 9U
4 10
12 II
3 3no
1 l'i
6 C
I II 12
! 10 1 7
Start corxl. Th first threp were driving to the limit. Mav na? bfFt ridden, kept straight on
tho rail, while th JleW was suervln? all nvf-r tb stretch and lafod long tnough. Kuth was nl
Iowd to swerv all over the stretch and crossel the entire field twice In th lat eighth. II y
land. badly ridden, was probably best. She was comins fast nt the nd and would have won
In anotlier jump. Sid Silver ran a threat race from where he pot off under a weak rid. Saronl
was King well, when Itattlrte took him back on the rail. Itska had ieed. but tired.
iime :j.i. :, :3Sj. i:o.
Third race, Brulare Handicap, for
mflc and a half:
M JOovernor Iloyd. G..I 141
(5C0) tT-llr. 8 ir.1
TH Iorthvocenp. 6 1 13;
CTfTl ishern-mil. 3 1 15S i
r.Tn IT.ranil Dnd. 6 132 !
S71) KoarfnI. S I 147 I
(."41 I'Terra Inroxnlta. C 1 I
K; IHJuck O-Dortd. 4..' 137 I
Start poor: won ally: second snnr Winner: W. S. Ivdrd's h. c. IJttI Fellow UzzIp MeC
Boyd was alwavp In hand, made a fast move at the nix furlonc". jumped in Improved form and
won whipped out for Faftv. Teller uent well until rollarl. thrn stopped. I'orphymcpn;
Jumped wlU n did Sherwood. The rldfrs fell off Inoncnlta. Grand D.id and O'Dowd. Fearful
lan a crfat rare nnd was a pharn contender when KgKerson fell off at last jump, lie fenced
faultleply. even when his rider fell.
Time 3:CSJ.
Fourth race, purse Xtt. for n-year-olds
Ind. I irORSES. IWt.
XT. Illarchuit. 3 i 3.1
(r.9K Ulucena. 3 1 01
(Cini IDotlie S.. 3 1 M
12 ,F(fIeralit. 5 Id".
no 3l;
3' 3h
1 1 I
4'H S' I
S' r
R 7noi
7' S !
f02 :l.Ittle IyU. 4 1 10t I
K4 'Kusenia S.. I in !
4K lltrewer Sehorr. 3...1 113 I
UK tl.earoyd. 3 1 93 I
Start cood. The flrrt three were drH-lnic to e
Ke?.Ier FuUno. Itacchus. off budly. made a f.vt
S. In the bad Kolng on the rail and wore thm
race. v.-a pocketed at the three-eluhth and In the
it. h rtff i.nn- nn th roll nil tlio wav and wan
l-e-t. F'-derallft had a world of Fpeed and ran
Tiot nrnl nnncnre.1 to sulk.
Time :164. :1S'4. :37'j. :43. :5S'4. 1:11.
ZiZ Fifth race, purse WW. for 4-year-oldst
!J ! Rettlnit.
Wt. S. H 5 i s- F. Jockeys. Open Ocse PL
K 7 fi" 9 6 3 lj Sayers 3 5 S-3
(343) ikftty O.. 5... I 91 5 Vi 1' 1 1 ' Hoar 11-3 13-10 3-3
337 The Phoenician. 8. 97 B 4, 4h S 3- 3 litattlte 4 3
Zik rS'gurtha 3..".... 90 3 ZH ".4 P 4SW. II. Woo.1 10 S) 20
'(a) IXellle Hawn. 3 92 1 3 3' 3' ., 5' 'Phillips 10 30 13
603 belli Simpson. 5... 95 2 II ltP UK ? f C. lionner.... 13 S 3
K4S' Klnesteller 4 95 8 S1 5s 4' C 7 lNelly 20 7
lt Pouf R ixby. 3 93 11 7"; 7 7 V S' Pavlsson ....J 31 3 13
514 t)Stch Carter "..... 92 10 9U S'i 10' 11 9 IHoubre .... 13 30 1
470 Sklllman 8 ....... W IfB " 1 "' IW. Waldo... s 5 5-2
M9 Little Afrow. 3.... ino 9 5h '.4 9' S't 11 Scully 10 j Is
...... "Parole d'Or. 8 95 12 ? btcKlnney ... 30 I SO 3.
Start fair- wen easily: second same. Winner: L Z. De Annan br. jr.. 7. Coriolanus Freddie.
FIod cut off at firt turn, came arouad hi" field fast, cut across at the stretch turn and saved
live ieneths when Kitty G. swung wide and caught Hoar napping. Kitty had a world of speed
and seemed an easy winner to the last eighth. She rwui wide looking for the good going and
was eaed up after straightening out. The Phoenician ran a good race, but tired at th end.
Simpson was cut off at first turn and thrown off her stride. Sklllman was well played and ran
a bT?mij. :MS. i. SU4. 1:03. l:Wi. 1:U.
623 Sixth race, purse 400. for 3-year-olds
Irabl. 5 102
Slntl. 4 103
Santa Ventura. 4... i'-
I 5
Velasouez. 4 "
Halnault. 3 102
Karklylte. 3 100
fas Girt. 3 -'
I'almette. 3 9j
Kobleman. G 112
Doctor Scharff. 3..I 102
Moderator, 3 1 Sa
start eood- won easy: second same. Winnr: C. B. Rowe's ch. m.. Z. Fortlsslmo-I.ucarta.
iB. ifwii n v imt and never was In dancer. Sinn ran a good race without mishap
kS?X Ventura ran to the mark. Velasquez finished better than usual. Halnault ran a bad
race. Palm"ue n do Setter. Nobleman sulked. Doctor Scharff had- speed, but stopped. He
will win presently.
Time :13. :23. :3S.
Second Race-Harry Griffith, King's Lady.
rntnlfwe-Ms-nheer. Schwalbe. South Breeze.
Fourth iucHorus Boy. Ida ldford Satchel.
Mftn nace-rour I-af C Found. tVrfter.
Sl"th Race-Registrar. Ed Erne. Alalia.
Kinloch Race Trains.
Ieave LTnion Station. 1:15, 1:. 2: p. m.;
Saturday speciJl, 1:30 p. ra. Leave foot of
Olive. 11 a. m., 1:C0. 1:53 and 4:U p. m.
Suburban cars every ten minutes.
llnrtl Cnnl nt Kinloch Mynheer
Should Heat Schwnllw.
If Judge Pettus is worth a dollar he can
win the first race to-day. He has speed, but
has been stopping- He was a good horse
last year and may do to-day. Tros looks
best on form, but Is an ln-and-outcr and a
slow beginner as a rule. La Rouge is an
other of the same class. Orisls was a good
thinK last cut among a lot of bad ones.
Hand D. Is a good horse and if ready has a
chance. Spurs won some good races in the
mud last year, but is evidently a mudder
and not much else.
The 2-year-old sprint is a hot one. Harry
Griffith should win it. Flash of Night will
go well, but there Is a lot of speed in the
race. The turns will suit Griffith better than
those at Delmar. King's Lady and Agnes
Mack have speed, but Flash o Night and
Griffin can step some. too. in any ciass. It
is a bit too short for Lady Cayuga and
Crime. Marchioness's last race on a good
track was Immense. If she gets oft she can
beat this lot. Griffith Is a fast breaker and
a fast beginner and Is the bet bet.
It looks like Mynheer and Schwalbe In
me nanatcap. scnwalbe took some eight
pounds from him last time, and gave him
just such a beating, neither very hard
driven. It Is a bit farther to-day, and Myn
heer has weight off. He ought to win. This
pair nouis every one sate, unless South
Breeze runs ber best race. If she does, she I
will win. It is hard to think that a mare '
.,ir, Cie?K ,,' iP inK ,, be
no good now. If the track is trond to-dav
it will suit her to a hair, and if she does '
wf, -.-d-K'ws ft nne
race at her ease. Chorus Boy is the con-
ipnuer. wnue iteroues
has an outside
Four Leaf C. Li freshened up. She will win
the fifth race. She always could run on
this track, and she should win to-day.
Found must not be overlooked. Temptress
will be right there, and Lofter with Hig
glns'tlown will be close to the money.
Registrar is a moral cinch in tho last
race. Dominate and Margaret Steele should
follow him home.
"Willie Ap pi rente Took Hold of a Hot
Our Hyan'n Grent Wlnninir StrenU.
WHlIe Applegate, who a year or two ago
enjoyed brief fame as the "Boy Plunger,"
was too previous betting on a certain horse
yesterday. The brute had worked well, had
run badly, and was ready for business at a
long price. Mr. Applegate got "hep in a
hurry," as II. Louis Massie put it. He
spraddled several $:0 bills through the ring
at anywhere from 30 to" 10 to 1. He created
quite a furor for a minute and stampeded
the ring.
The owners of the horse blew into the
place of the money changers about post
time and saw 5 to I Instead of the 100 to
1 they expected.
The horse got oft well and was up there
for the first quarter. Then he swerved into
the mud and backed up under reverse Eng
lish. Mr. Applegate shuffled as handsome a
stack of discards after the race as ever you
saw. a
The man Who owned the horse-
naa spent :
time, money and labor preparing him for
this Tace. Mr. Applegate blew In from Cin
cinnati In the morning. Some tout put him
next to the fact that this horse was work
ing well aoU could win. "Was this owner
and upward, one mile:
v m
21 2
!, 7
4 :
I I Bettlns.
I Jockej-s. Open Clow V-
jltoar I 2 1-5 6-1
Sayers tt S 3
W. Waldo... 4 7-2 3-2
ScuIK 6 7 5-2
Rattlste S 1-2
C. Hornier.... 6 f 12 4
Louden ."W 13
Boyd 3 5-2
iFauntleroy . M 21
!Ot!s 10 1 4
five furlong:
lnotHeaucharnp .1 S
2noC. IMnner I S
I 10
3ii iiar I 2i)
4 'HlKtn O)
3" IT. Walh I 4
Ch OtlK 12
7 illattlste I 3"
S'4 IiuJn t 3
3 ItV. Naraez. 10
1' i.SculIv i 2)
11s IT. Iean ; 3-2
12 (ratintleroy ..! 2)
I 30
3-year-olds and upward, $1,500, absut one
OpcnJCIcsc' PI.
1 Platr
2' lcRii;hlIn ....
3'IMcAulln ...
4 JI. McCIure..
til. ltrwr..-
. 4
I IHayes
and upward, one mile and a sixteenth:
I lSettlmr.
Jockeys. (OpenlCIosel FL
Ino'Sayra 1 3
3nk ('. llnnper.... C-r.
I s
! !l
I .V)
I '?
:p IW. Waldo...
4' 'Scully
S'mi.ouden 2
fi' IHattlsto fi
7h Donecan .... 4
S iltoyd 10
limit. Winner: J. nurrrra-es ch. g.. 3. Georee
move at the half, pinched Hucena and Prwll
donn In the run hom?. Itucena ran a cood
bad ttonlg In the stre'eh. Dodie S. wa.i kent
crowded in the stretch run. She w nrohably
a good race. Brewer Schorr was sore zcing to
and upward, enc mile:
and upward, six furlongs
; s.
5h 4
4 34
Ih 2"-
: i'
r. s'
7 7h
I Retting.
ij ; S. F. Jockeys. (OpenjCIose PI.
Ji" l'i i T. Dean 19-10 ' 4-3
21 2 2s Ilattiste ! 10 3
3 3ii 3' Kauntlerov .. 8 20 S
3' 3,rJ 4h A. W. Bookerl 30 CO 11
V 9' S Scully I 4 S 5-2
6 r C Hoar 6 1
7' S' 7'j Hmibre I 21 Ol 1".
S1 1 7U S Davisson -..J 10 2) 6
10 1 101 Louden ( 7 3.1
4l 4" I0 J. O'Connor.! 3) V i 3-1
11 11 11 Xeely ... 3D 13) 4)
going to buy, to feed the cow and keep her
and let Mr. Applegate milk her? Up and
up. is it a fair proposition?
As Hughey McCarren says, "Stiure, if yf3
let a lot av fellows bate yez to the price
how the divil Is the harsos and the byei
goln' t ate during the winther?" Business
is business, and 30 to 1 is SO to 1. If you
want to beat the owner to it, all right. But
look out for the rebound.
If J. P. Morgan frames one up in Wall
street is ht goins to let J. XV. Gates iut
in and cop the coin? Not if he lias to have
the good thing "taken."
Moral Do not beat the owner to the
price on a good thing. Walt until he gsts
part of his on, anyhow. If you do not. he
Is liable to see that you keep your tickets.
"Ah ain' big nuff yit to finish wid dent
big boys lak Teddy Walsh and ISeau
champ." said Clifford Bonner yesterday:
"but Ah laks to git in a wahm one wid
Sayers and Scully. Ah tell you. boss, when
evvah you sees rtls nisgah tie up wid
Scully and Savers same kind of hosses.
same way weighted, hab a bet on de coon
Ah suah does outgennle dem w'ite boys
eway time.
" 'Membah dat day Ah's on Ohhls (Or
ris) and Sayers he on Foundlin ami Scully
on Optimo. Ah suah done got fooled lat
day. Ah'se watching Scully on Optimo and
nevvah tinks ob dat Sayers on Foundlin".
I han' rides Ohhls and fools Scully dat he
is winning on Optimo. At de last seventy
yahds he see he is fooled and grabs de bat.
Ah grabs mine sanje time and puts it on
his noye. But. doggone. Ah watching
Scully so hahd Ah nevvah sees Sayers done
steal up outsido and con dat Foundlin".
She much de b;st, but if Ah seen him comln'
Ah bent her, too."
Clifford had It put on him by Sayers sure
yesterday. Sayers forced Clifford on Hu
cena Into the deep going and kept in the
good path himself and won in a whipping
finish. But Clifford is a good boy, just the
John Ryan cleaned up properiv at Kinloch
Wednesday and Thursday. He bet i.COO on
Lennep at rrom to 4 to I and won sitrc
thing like $5,509 to the race. He went back
ni?in rt.,-i, ......, r n' -m.... c.. .."-
Boyd a'nd Lovable vesterda'v' and ou'.t"
,ar8e winner. Ryan has l)ecn right In with
.rt v.rto. tnenrn.nt i .u i . T-t... '
iIe mt down on ail the "cod thlnct that.
' "
If ever there was a horse in a soft spot it
is Registrar In the last race at Kinloch to
day. This fellow has worked six ft.rionga
in 1:15 many times recently. Tho things in
the race with him could not run six fur
longs In 1:17 or work it in 1:19. He is a good
looking high-clas hore. Ho Mil! come
home alone It everything is right to-day.
Last year he was leading horses like Mono
graph. Peaceful. Jim Clark and that lot
same way weighted. He was big as a house
at the time and not fit bv two months.
How would Jim Clarke or Monograph look
in tin's race with Alalias. Anythings. Peach
es and Papa Harry? They do not bet on 1
to 10 shots out hers, but if ever there was
a legitimate 1 to 10 shot on a race track It
is. Registrar. He is by Register, the sire of
Bummer, out of Bonnie Lee. Bart Howe's
dam. Mud or dry. it Is all the same to him.
He is fit and ready and this rac; is merely
a gallop for him. He can tie a 100-yard
rope to anything in it and choke it to death
in half a mile.
Starter Dado of Delmar and Clerk of the
Scales Hachmeister of the track where the
favorite holds sway, were at Kinloch yester
day. They have been spending two weeks
at French Lick Springs and are in fine con
dition. So they have nailed Senator O'Brien for
"hopp.g" ene. Hans Wagner acted as if
he bad the "needle" instead of the "cart
ridge." The Senator was supposed to own
all the lumber lands In Minnesota before
he went against the racing game. In the
old Fair Grounds dim everv time the Sen-
ator lost a big bet Jack Price used
to say.
'Well, tho Senator will have to shin an
other bundle of axes north and lumber will
S" down."
The Senator was a big bettor and not
tho best man In the world for the turf
here. When the hoiwcleaning tock place
at the Fair Grounds last year the new
broom swept clean, and the Senator. like
many of his kind, sought oth'r pastures
with ills pals Sportsman Schorr and W.
F. Schulte.
Charley Cella and others cf the Delmar
craftsmen showed up yesterdav for the first
time since the closing at Delmar Park.
They have been digging- new bank rolls and
wondering what hit them vhen twenty
three of twenty-five favorites went over
the plate in the last three days at Delmar.
If things bn-ak that way at Dilmar next
week the bettors -will not care if it never
closes down.
Mars Cassidy. who has been starting at
Kinloch. left for Buffalo lat night where
he will dismiss the Held for the next month.
The Kinloch meeting will be ushered out
by a most attractive card. A handicap
sieepircnnse and the K. J. Arnold & Co. s
World's Fair Handicap will be the features
of the closing day. The Utter event will
be worth Sl.OOO to the winner. It rinsed with
thirty-four nominations. Those who are
eligible are a follows:
XoUtnmn ia"i KItzkanei 103
H-nry Iiert l Brliiadl-r I?
Mynheer 104 "Bab "
iT-.nhed :.5 SchV7alhe 103
Nettl- Re-nt W AmlEarl S3
Found ?fj Hummer 1"
tlVderali-t Satin "'oat 93
tl'rosp.-r La Oal....". SI Captain Oaines 114
rell llard Ill Mtlun SI
;laceful PJ". I-nnep 9
llilcle PV. Kana Va
tStranrr 113 Star rotton ll
fntix d'Or 94 I)o.lie S 91
Sllalnault 91 iJoie F 91
;ilcchu.s 4flnRal M
Jienwcwd 'iTllIIue Mint 91
Jo. Iuk'uv 9MWni' l:y lrt
Nnlan entry, iflrntton entrj-. JF'eaceful entry.
SBnrrow entn'. "'elr.
i:ii(rl-"i for Sleepleoliiixe irnndicap.
The following are the wights for the 5t-eple-cha-'
hardicap tr Ue run to-morrow at Kinloch:
l'orpltvoffer.tf 134 SherwrooJ 130
Teller 113 Fearful 14
i:ra Mo- 1(4 flranddad 13:)
llf.K- O'I'owd 133 I Tragedy ia
Itrattcn entrj.
Select Coterie of Xeivport Olrliritlen
Iurpoe doing to MierpHlir art
Hay To-.tlorrotr.
r.i:piT.i.ir ppecil.
N'cw York, Aug. a. The Duchess of
Jlarlborough and a select coterie of New
port's celebrities will attend the Futurity
renewal on Saturday, according to a club
house story In circulation here.
Over a track which was in excellent con
dition for fast work cuts, several of the
Futurity candidates took their "prep"
here this morning. Tho track was fringed,
with railbirds, who watched intently every
move of the youngsters. Some very good
times were recorded, though none of the
equine babies equaled the six furlongs In
1:174, reported to have been done at Sara
toga a few days ago by Leipsic.
The Keenes' Duster and Dazzling worked
six furlongs in lG'i- Flying Prince, be
longing to the same stable, went the dis
tance in 1:16 1-5. Kramer's Golden Maxim
galloped six furlongs in 1:UU. Gideon's
Sovereign and Oxnard's Invincible went
their six furlongs In l:15ti-
Jtadden's ilerry Reel and Accful covered
the distance in 1:13. Whitney & Duryea's
Irish Lad stepped the three-quarters In
l:lCi. Dyer & Dieml's Africander reeled
oft the journey in 1:16.
Won Feature Iluce at Iln-ntuorne anil
Made Xetv Record.
Chicago. Aug. OS. Hermencia won the
feature race of the Hawthorno card, a mile
and a furlong handicap, by a head, estab
lishing a new track record of 1:52 fjr the
distance, but was disqualified for foul, the
race going to Scarlet Lily, with Artena sec
ond aud Silurian third: Hermencia fouled
both Artena and Scarlet Lily In the final
furlong, carrying boih toward the rail and
forcing Artena to pull up.
W rather clear. tracK last, cummary
... . -I.. li.-1.ntr.. ra.l L'ahlai. 11-
burn)" 2 to l. won: Scotch Plaid. n: (lllrk-nruth).
M to 1. yecwnu: uaj luns. ju- wiuuuin?),
i ihlr.!. Time. 1:141.. ljnma It.. Alena Abbott.
L.ayla. Harney. Unlit Hull and Ben Ledl also
Second race, five fcrlonis Siege. 110 (Wlnk
fleld). 11 to 5. won; KlnK llammon. US (It. Wil
liams). ".0 to 1, second; Antagonist. 107 (Donnelly),
T to 1, third. Time. 1:11V Gilfaln. Olivilo, Ran
kin. Judge Ilinies. Marlln, Zepho. Kgg Nosk.
Canyon. Governor Tanner, It.ue Miracle, Dama
ron and John F. Finerty also ran.
Third race, steeplechase, hhort course Ixrd
Faramlole. 144 (l)olan). 7 to 2. won; Mazo. 130 ill.
S. Wilson). 12 to 1. second; Torr-on. IK (Zeno),
li) to 1, third. Time. I::3,. Captain Conover.
Mjstlc Phriner, Ada S. . ana Hob Alone also
ran. Meddler fell. Icenl threw rider. Golden
Way pulled up.
Fourth race, one and one-eighth mile Pcarlet
Lily. 9S illeigerson). a to 5, won: Artena. 37
lltansch). 4 to 1. second: sdurian. 97 J. Walsh).
S to 1. third. Time. 1:32. friylng Torpedo alsu
ran. Hermencia tlnlshed Ilrst. but was dlsquad
Ued for foul.
Fifth race, six and one-half furlongs Corlnne
I'nland. 100 (Ulrkenruthi 7 to 1. won; Declalmer.
Ill (Illgcr-on). 3) to 1. second: C'orx. Ill (Prion,
40 to I. third. Time. 1:21. Judicious. Magi. Lit
tle Gem. Hed Tip and Leval M.ixlm also ran.
Sixth race, one mile McCliesney. loa (Buchan
an). 7 to 10. won: Joe Frev 107 (J. Wood), 2 to
1. second: Jimlnez. 107 (Birkenruth). 9 to 1.
third. Time. 1:29,. Marcos and Itabunta a!so
To-Dny's Ilnivtltnrne IJntrlos.
First race, five furlongs:
Courage 113 Monia lus
Ijidy Churchill 115 Glen Itlce p."!
Aurte B 110 Anlmula l'K
Siege 110 Lxita l"i
Our Cora lfs I-al Spots 10
Xanlahka Ic3 Aylmer Bruce its
Hide and Seek 10'
race. Felling, one mile arid seenty
; lloyal Penny los The Caxton lo
Filibuster 107 Kc-d Tip vi
Ineseda 107 Matin Bell 91
i Goijen Scepter. 107 Ixviathan 94
Tizola 102 All About yi
Third race, six furlongs:
Linguist in Barca 103
lidy Jocelyn 112 The Ilckr-t HA
Adios 107 Whiten 101
Wntkins Overton 10." o'er Land nnd Sea.Cio;
Fourth race, handicap, one mile:
Harry New 11 Jane Ilnllv i
Itaven?bury Ml Water Kdge 9
Marque Ml Th Idaean 9)
H.iortwink 10
Hlldreth entry,
l'lfth race, one ml!
and twenty j-ards:
Vlncltor !0I
lte Dlah '. I'll
Sam McKeeier 101
Kssence sul
Satrap 101
St. Simonlan.,... Wl
Chailey Moore 101
CSeyser 101
Major DIon 10!
Sixth race, selling, six furlongs:
Ailar 11
Tfcurles Ji
James J. Corbeit II"
Gaiathee IF.
Th Texan 112
Dl!a Otrand 11')
Tootsl- Green 110
Fildolin 11)
Grorge Fabb ImS
I'reetorlus lfC
Lass o' lmsdon 92
To-Day's Hntrtliornc Selections.
Jwr" l ..iv- oi i.
("hlc.iefi. Akp. 1 Selections:
First Itace Courage, Siege. Lady Churchill.
Second Race Beseda, lloyal Fenny, The Cax
ton. Third Itace Linguist. Lady Jocelyn. Adios.
Fourth ltace Hildretn entry. Marque. Hood
wink. llfth Itace SL Slmonlan. Geyser. Vlncltor.
Sixth Itace Thurles, Lass o' Langdon, Frldolln.
"Winner of Snrnnnc Ilamlicnp nn
Ruck From Twenties to Tens.
Saratoga. N. Y.. Aug. 23. The Saranac
handicap for 3-ycar-olds. the feature event
of the get-away card, was won by Hermls
by a head with Whisky Kins second and
Cunard. the heavily played favorite, third.
Owner Bell backed the winner from M to 1
to 10 to 1 at post time, cleaning up, it la
said, ?i0,C00 on the race.
Track fast. Attendance light. Summary:
First race, one mile, selling M cr. 103 tS-.ea. 4
to l. won: :-aure. joa imiin;.
6 to 1. recon.i:
Wild 1'ltate. 101 (O'Connor),
l:iJ3-5. Bed Path. 1'rir.ce
o 1. thiiu. Time.
IllcharJ, I'nliisul.i
unit I Know alo ran.
Second race, six furlongs handicap Red
Knight. 114 (Smith). 6 to 1. won: Meltonlnn. IIS
(McCue). 11 to 10. second: Auriis.ille. 113 (Barns).
4 to 1, third. Time. 1:M. Americano, Bridesmaid
II. Scoffer and Doctor Sayier abo ran.
Third race, the Saiansc Handicap, Jj.OOJ, mile
and a furlong Hermts. 122 otlct). 1) to 1. won;
Whiskv King. 104 (ltedfem). 10 to 1. second:
Cunard. IIS (Jackson). 4 to 1. third. Time. ll 2-1.
Gay Boy. Smart Set. Gold Cjre. Caujhnawasa,
Francesco. Heno and Arsenal alo ran.
Fourth race, five and a half furlcnss. selling
Cloche d'Or. 107 (O'Connor). 4 to 1, wen: lthan.
107 (Smith). 7 to 5. second; Latroce. 110 (Jack
son). 4 to 1. third. Time. lrW 1-3. ScottiJh Blue.
Snowdrift. Wheeler B., FuLtack. Dlamente and
Merry Royal also ran.
Fifth race, one and one-eighth mile, handicap
Belvlno. 119 (McCue), IS to 3. on: Roush
RtJer. 109 (Brennan). 8 to 1.. second; The Ama
zon. 110 (Smith), 4 to 3. third. Time. 1:31. Janice
and Loone. also ran.
Sixth race, six furlongs, pe'.llns Cornwall, S.
(Redfern), 2 to 1. won; Mary" Worth. 106 (Bums).
8 to 1. second: Sadducee. 120 (Smith), 7 to 10.
third. Time, l:n l-s. Rappenecker. Optional,
Rcue antt'Jdldnlsht Chimes also ran.
Modifications Are Plight and Will
iXot .Materially Affect the
Style of Plav.
Aiiiii(lnuiil Provitlps That When
Snapper Iliiclc Is Twici Oif
Side. OnViMlhiK Twiiii Slmli
Lo&l- rive Ynrils.
Football rules for the coming svacon are
now made public and the list shows that
comparatively few changes hav ben made
from last season's rules. With th" excep
tion that the sides will change goals after
a try at goal from a touchdown or after
a successful field-kick goal, no radical in
novation has been Introduced and the meth
ods of play will not be changed.
One decided change is that relating to the
snapper back being off side, the season's
amendment providing that Instead of losing
the ball, the offentllntr sirio shnii rncrlflcc
live yards. This is a less severe penalty
than last year's rule, which cost a side the
ball. The amendment reads as follows:
In snapping the ball back, if the player so do
ing is off sid-. th hall must be snappd ajain.
and if this occur? once more on the same down,
the opponents shall receive five yard:., the num
ber of the dnttn and the point to be gained re
maining unchanged.
Another provision, in the rule covering
putting a ball in play after it his once
gone cut of bounds states that the player
securing the ball must bring it to the spot
vi here the line was crossed, and there either
put it down for a scrimmage as provided in
last year's rules or may "touch it in with
both hands and then kick it towards the
opposing goal for at least ten yards.
Neither side is required to be on side when
the ball is thus put in nlnv.
Piny Is Seldom Attempted.
This rule brings up a play which is sel
dom seen, as the provision is neant to
cover bounding the ball in and then kick
ing it. Comment on the rule In Spalding's
guide is as follows: This play is not likely
to be any more used this season than of
late years, as the forwards nf th mnnin
side new get down with such rapidity that
a man has very Utile chance of bounding
the ball tn and kicking it safeiv. As there
has been some doubt, however, 33 to
whether the player so treating the ball
would have to wait until his men got on
side, the rule mak.i the point explicit.
One section in rule 27. treating of coach
ing reads as follows:
Thre shall Le no coaching, either by substi
tute or by any other persons not participating
In the came. 0 onf. except the tnnty-two play
er... shall, under any circumstances, come upon
.Vinf . 1 !,;"' le on',1- 'a case of an acci
dent iu a player, and then, but one olTicial
representative and he oreviously deslgWted to
,i!'ml'lr';, sha e this right. Only live men
sl'le of the Held. The rest, including substitutes
J!. ,h ?ieI"'- and a who are admitted with:
-,le i"rto5Ur- m"st be seated throughout the
came. .None of thetc shall come upon the field
of play without permission of the umpire Breach
of any part of this rule shall constitute a foul
Sn'I "" tiunlshed by a loss of five yards to tlw
?x'2"'?r.naa ,lnMt"!e'- ,ne number of tha
dottn and the point to be gained to remain the.
In rule 2S. relating tn fniiiinc- .,.,
graph is inserted as an exception relating to
off-side plays by the side in pos-esslon or
I " yards. Instead of th loss of the ball.
1 This rule does not conflict with that cover
'"'s uii-siuu piays ny tne snapper back. In
mo same rule, me penalty for throwing,
passing or batting: the ball towards the op
posing goal id set at five yards.
I'ower Invested Iu Umpire.
Another section of the same rule provides
that in case the game is interfered with In-
I some act palpably unsportsmanlike and not
elsewhere, provided In the rules, the umpire
shall have the power to award ten vards
to the offending side. This section formerly
provided that if the offended side declined
i to accept the penalty, having made a run
i In spite of the offense by their opponents,
I they were nntitli'd to but fifteen vards, no
matter how far the ball had been carried.
I This was generally regarded as a hard
I ship, however, and it was decided to allow
I the side thus making a run twi-ntv-flve
yards If the run was that distance or longer.
The only other addition to the rules is the
instruction to the timekeeper to start his
watch when the ball is put in play, instead
of when the referee blow." his whistle.
One of th novelties advertised in football
suits this season is a union suit, made en
tirely of one piece. Suits of the same order
wert- llrst seen hero last season on the
j Washington University eleven, which in
?, troductd the custom. An improved mask
i and nose protector, and a new style of foot
'ball shoe, this last invented by Jllke Mur-
pny. trainer oi me laie team, a'e also on
the market in the list of Innovation.
The tackling dummy machine has b"en
introduced as a regular part of football
paraphernalia, and several improvements
have been made in its construction. One in
novation is the introduction of u spring
which releases the dummy if tackled sut
llclently hard. A football giov and wrist
supporter, designed by H. B. Conibear.
trainer of the Chicago University team, is
another novelty of the season, while an
abdomen protector, of light wire gauz cov
ered wllh chamois, is a further addition to
football armor.
(be I'lddlcr Brut
Scnntor ISe-verlilKv
T-...U AII.1, A Tfc. U'ln.1..r l,..- '
L'luii. ..1.1... -...tn. - -v .. ...vv. i...- ,
iilcap. at one ml;e and a sixteenth, was the I
feature event at Windsor thLs afternoon
and was on by Bill .Masie. who led hi-t
field practically all the way. Weather fine;
track fat. Summary:
First rare, seven furlongs, selling Dandy Bell,
won: Ringleader, second: Meggs, third. Time,
Second race, five furloncs. handicap Miss Man
ners won: F. G. Good, second: Ontonagon, third.
Time. 1:01V
Third race, one mile, selling Irish Jewel won;
Lemuel, second: Ocle Brooks, third. Time. 1:12.
Fourth race, one mile and a sixteenth. handi
capBill Massie won: fllouaho. second: Auto
llght. third. Time. 1:47V
Fifth nice, six furlonss. selling Mattle Spencer
won: Firing Line, second; Almanzo, third. Time.
Sixth race, one mile and an eighth, selling
Pay the Fiddler won; Chopin, second: Senator
BevcrldKC, third. Time. 1:J6;.
GriKKHVlIle, HI., Haves.
Grlggsvllle, II!.. Aue. 2'. The second iliy's
races were attended by 12.O00 jersons. The track
was fast. Summaries:
2:20 pace, purre fciuO;
McGregor Wilkes, b. s., by George Black
(Ensli.-h) 1 1 1
Lady C. b. m.. by Coma Lw) 2 2 2
Dreyfur, b s.. by Orenway (In In) J 2 3
Time 2:23. 2:21. 2:25V:.
2:30 pace, purse 1300.
P. J., br. g.. by Van Buren Wilkes
....2 111
Danleline. b. in., by Uocdllne (Over-
street) 1
Dellma Chimes, b. m.. by Prospect
Chimes (Sperry) 3
Time-2:2Hi, 2:21',. 2:20H. 22i-
3 3 3
Hnrnpir. IlnreM at Dps .Moines.
Des Moines. la.. Aug. . The State Fair half
mile track record of 2:104. held !y Strathberry.
nas broken by Harold H.. who went the third
heat in the free-for-all pace In 2:ns. Results:
2:2T pace, puree JLOO) Flossie O. won: 1'rMe
wood. second; Guy Caton. third. Best time, 2:16.
2:27 trot, purse M0 King Jack (. won In
straicht heats: Ned. second; Bcgo.a GUI. third.
Best time, 2:214.
2:5A pace, for 2-year-olds, purse Jill Lady Dale
won In straight heats: Dick Yates, second; Iowa,
third. Best time. 2:21S.
Free-for-all pace, -purse $J00 Harold II won In
straight heats: Young Joe, second; Miss Williams,
third. Best time. 2:OT.
llUMkrt-Rall ArriinKeincnts.
Secretary Wllilam thrharJt of the St. Louis
BasLet-Ball League has cilled a meeting of the
lecal teams for next Temday evening at Armory
Hall, to discuss plans for the teaon and to for
mulate a schedu.e. Kfforts will be made to In
crease the size of the league this year and to
make Its season longer.
Centralis. Fnlr.
Centralis, Mo.. Aug. 28. The attendance at the
Centralis Fair to-day was exceedingly large,
more than .000 persons being present. The stock
exhibits are better than at any previous fair.
rriiuu vitiioi:t opkiiatiox on detcxtiox froji ih'sixess.
I cure. Varicocele by my new and orlpmal method of treatment, which is free
from surgery- and is a safe, painless and permane-it cure. Under my treatment
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driven from tho ililnro.i -cfni a healthlv circulation or
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t!fCTAlOLWRNlID?FPfm,Ire,y frre from obstruction. The pelvic organs are In
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Other T)lrnci Which Dr. ICIn-c Care-4 Are:
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Rheumrtlsm. Kldne. Blrdder and Prostatic Troubles. Kuotura and Pihs.
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Add res i
Fastest Mile in Any Harness Race
This Year Is Traversed at
Wins Eopjer Williams Trotting
Contest After Ei:lit Heats
Dan Patch Will Try for the
World's Iiecord To-Day.
Providence, R. I., Aug. 2S. Records con
tinue to be smashed at the Grand Circuit
races at Xarragansett I'ark.
The free-for-all pace was to-day's special
feature, and the second heat in 2:02 was
the fastest mile in a race this year.
The last half was in one minute.
Anaconda. 2:014. beat 1'rince Albert.
2:0C?i. in two straight heats, both in very
fast time.
This is the first free-for-all of the year,
and its presence on the card was responsi
ble for a large attendance, approximating
12,'KV persons.
Dan Patch. 2:00U. will start to-morrow
in an effort to beat the world's record, and
Jlyron McHenry thinks he can drive tho
fastest mile ever made in harness.
The Roger Williams JW.OOJ stake, post
poned from yesterday, made eight heats.
Scott's blind horse. Rhythmic, the early fa
vorite, was distanced in the seventh heat
and Xutbearer won the race.
The 2:14 pacing stake was'a hot race that
required six heats to decide. Anadrossis,
2:07. the fastest horse bred in JIaine, was
liked, bv quite a following, especially when
.Myron "McHenry drove.
Carl Wilkes won the tirst heat, with a new
record of 2:05Ii. and then the third, after
Anadrossis took the second, but neither
could land the race. Locanda, the Boston
horse, owned and driven by James M. Brod
bine, won the last three heats.
The 2:22 trot was won by William Tell in
three straight heats, the fastest in 2:1I'.
Major Delmar got the 2:10 trot Just as easil?.
The Hoger Williams. 2:14 class, trotting, pursa
JH'.ioo (concluded):
2'ut Bearer, b. g.. by N'ut-
Preaker ivato manuaru, Dy
Ktiindard (Foote) 7 5 5 3
3 11
1 3
4 2 2
2 4 4
5 dia
Dulce Cor. b. m. (Miller) H SSI
Wentworth, Dlk. g. (McHenry) 6 I 1
Alice Carr, b. m. (Gairlson).. 1 2 7 S
Bhythmic. br. h. (Hudson) 3 X 2 M
Ite-elected, g. b. (Macy) 4 10 3 2
Consuelo S., b. m. (Iltrce). 2 11 9 7
Mobel. b. h. (Benyon) 10 6 6 4
El Mllasro. br. g. (Dickerson) I 4 11 9
Itowellan. b. g. (Golden) S 7 4 5
Directum Spier, b. h. (Ken-
rey) 9 : 10 it
Time 2W1. 2:0s?i. 2:09ii. Z:fW,. 2:10?i. 2:12i,
2:105. 2:12.
2:22 clas. trottlmr. purse $1,000:
William Tell. b. g.. by Almont Bruns
wick, dam by LeR.il Tender. Jr. (Wibnn).l 1 1
Kalevala. b. m. (Voun 3 2 (
The Questor, b. g. (Geers)
Rustic, br. g. (L. McDonald)
Koan Wilkes, ro. g. (Greer)
Kittle Wilkes, b. m. litathbun)
Surprise, b. g. (Brusle)
Guv Fortune, ch. b. iNotile)
Tlmt 2:134. 2:12K 2:11:.
2:11 class, pacln. purse jl.JV):
Locanda. br. h.. by AllerUjn Kath-
rina. by Alcyone (Brodbine) 3
3 5 2
3 6 3
4 2 ro
5 3 ro
7 4 ro
6 "ro
Cari Wilkes, ch. g. IU -McDonald)..!
2 1
Anadrossis. ch. c. (Mcllenrj)
.3 1 2
Rosebud, ch. m. iXuckalsi 4
Knox's Gelatine Boy. blk. s. (Bru
sle) 6 3
Wlnfleld Stralton b. h. (McGulre)..3 6
L'ttle Snhlnx. K m. rWINon) 7 S
Brown Heels, h. h. (Doilze) S 3
Time 2:0.v 2S7'i. ::mu. 2:it. zaiSH. 2:00U-
Free-for-all cla.s pacing, two in three, purse
Anaconda, b. g., by Knight Ilagln, mare by
Alsona (Dickerson) i j
I'rir.c- Alert, b. g (Demarest) 3
Ccnnor. blk. g. (A. McDonilJ) 3 -
Shadow Chimes, b. h. (Spear) 4 4
Tlme-2::. 2:02.
2:10 class trotting, two In three, purse S1.501
Major Delmar. b. g., by Delmar Expectation."
bv Autocranh (A. McDonald)...
1 l
3 2
Temple Wilkes, b. g. (Golden)
l"alm Leaf. b. g. (McCarthy)
Border, br. h. (I.vdard)
Ozanam. br. h. (Benyon)
.wew". ""- " ""-T
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waumin. g. g. itaunuers)
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Holilrn Fair Open.
llclden. Mo.. Au. 23. The weather cleared up
to-day and the Ho Wen Fair, postponed from
Tuesday, openefi with about 3.5H persons on
the ground.
The 2:40 trot, purse J40.V-Wllllam Tell won;
I-nura T.. second: Lady D.. third; Miss Shear,
fourth. Best time. 2:27ii.
The 2:24 pace, purse 4V King Walnut won:
"ionns- Hal. second: Gold March, third; Catha
rine Clav fourth. Best time. 2U3U.
Running race, four and a half furlonss
Harry Itnnett first; Saxby, second; D6ctor Has
m.in. third. Time. u'a.
Running race flve-eichts-of-a-mlle dash Tas
tetta won; ThtPbe. second: Sound Sense, third.
Time. VMM.
to the retention in the system of Uric Acid or other inflammatory poisons
which find their way into the blood, and are forced by the circulation through
the glands and pores of tlp skin, causing it to 'burn like fire, and the
incessant itching allows no rest night or day. Eczema appears in a
great many different forms, beginning frequently as a mere redness of the
skin, followed by little blisters, pustules or pimples, from which a clear or
These acid poisons sometimes dry up the natural oils and the skin becomes
hard and dry, often cracking and bleeding and causing intense pain and fear-
rnin!i.IBnl, fuI itching. This form of Eczema is known as Tetter,
SlZ, ifir&lNt and oftenest attacks the hands and feet. Unsightly
eruptions in the shape of pimples and blackheads break
out upon the face, neck and shoulders as a result of polluted blood, and
this humiliating, stubborn disease is called Acne. Thecal remedies afford
B Rwo but scant relief. The blood and system-are saturated with
ffVl, the Poison, and the disease cannot be reached with washes,
salves, powders or any local application to the affected parts.
j. u. o. icsiuaa me ueierioraieu. oioou to its normal
condition, stimulates the sluggish organs, and all the
waste matter is eliminated through the proper
channels. S. S. S3, makes the blood rich and strong,
and under its tonic and invirroratintr pftpr-rs ih rr,,
health improves, the congested glands
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pure blood to the wasted organs is established, you are
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Kvery sufferer from stricture is familiar with the
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acts Immediately and directly upen the stricture, dissolv
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in strips of threadlike fiber, always allays
been la nse over 60 years by tho leaders of the, Moraioa
Itet. -Sfrrou. Debility, Headache, Lofltnr.. to Mm.
orD!cbrxcMo Ar
Tfcor anl potensr to
Kestorea unall, nndevel-
a cure is at hand.
a box: sir for szii b
Circulars free.
t Lw& J.t.. kU TUnl. So.
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of Hot
,Vrk-). has
" " Hlcpnl'iniI firi
1 f
orrheal Anti-Toxine that Is guarantee.1 to
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recommend it. Correspondence confl-.
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Dallas. Tex-
816 Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mo.
The IlELIABXE Specialist.
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iiMju f-ojson. an stages.
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never f.dcd In cnrtnj the Wort C.i. jftle'.lui
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Establishes tlie Eeresford Trust
for P.enefit of Ilorsenien in
Xeed of Assistauce.
Income of ?2,S00 a Year Is Set
Aside by the Millionaire for
Persons Found Deserving
of Assistance.
London, Aug. 2S. William C. Whitney of
New York has founded "the Beresford
Trust." for tho benefit of persons con
nected with the turf who are in need of 33
To-day's issue of the racing calendar of
ficially announced the benefaction as fol
lows: "Mr. "Whitney of New York, out of re
spect for the memory of Lord William
Beresford, with whom ho was associated
in the successes of Volodyovskl and other
horses, has most generously handed to tho
trustees 100 preferred shares of tho Ameri
can Smelting and Refining Company of New
York, which aro now yielding an Income of
about ?2.SP.
"Mr. Whitney's, original intention was to
confine the benefaction to the value of tha
derby stakes won by Volodyovskl in 1001,
but he has now decided tn ineres.se it tn th
above sum in tilt hope that it may form a
nucleus of a more important charity.
"The trustees are Lord Marcus Beresford.
Mr. Leopold de Rothschild. Sir Kdward.
ColebrooKe and Sir Daniel Cooper, and tha
object of the trust, which is to be called
the Beresford trust, is to benefit persons
connected with the turf, who may have be
come reduced in circumstances after their
cases have been investigated and they havo
been found deserving of assistance. Tha
trustees propose to meet twice a year at
Newmarket to consider applications for as
sistance." Capital Stocic Increased. ,
The Missouri Cotton Batting and Manu-
facturing Company yesterday certified to
a paid-in increase of capital stock from
KOOO to $20,000. The assets are stated at
tH,Xa.-iS. and the liabilities at JIS.S32.03.
Is not a simple rash or
eruption, neither is it pro
duced by animal or vege
table narasites. but is due
straw colored matter oozes, iorming into .
sores, scales or scabs; this is weeping
Eczema, commonlv called Salt "Rheum.
and pores are opened, and the skin
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