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PJrSfWSsfe? &v&mestopv' 5nru.rVsr! r v yWV .&?"! tvmum jmV'itimWvix u-,1 .---,Wj ---- II mill mnwmmij41JjAlMtlal rggyisggyajiaw THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 3. 1904. THE REPUBLIC'S DAILY RAGING FORM CHARTS ENGLISH LAD WINS MORE THAN $13,000 FOR HIS OWNER BY EASY VICTORY IN ST. LOUIS DERBY AT FAIR GROUNDS I'.MO.V JOCKEY CLC3 BESCLT5. I'lIK CHOI MIS ItIlSII.T. ae-e- '. 1 Fred Cook's Thiee-Year-Old Gallops Homo Aliend of Mellaril and Elwood, While lintnlnnd Ilrins Tji ilu Kear Nineteenth Ho uew.il of the Great Hace Afl'ords K.viUiig Spectacle in Karly Stases. rillorins past the flnl'h In l"Iureiy fashion, defeating a trio of opponents without an particular difficulty, captvr- r; mure than 513 000 for hl owner lj' i.l;1 moro than two and one-half mln t4.3 work. English Lad won the Deruv ri the. Fair Grounds yesterday from llo-fc-inh and TXwooa. Easily as the run was won by tho Cook c. ii mueh .is he shone.il himself to bo the superior nt the end. the manner la w neh the race was run made It spectac ular and excltlns at nil r-tar.es to the stretch Then Domlnlck -et the favorite down and Enclish l.id drew nwav with ccr- s'ruie. paslnc the stand an easy winner Hack a rhoit distance, the desperate roanrer In which he was strujrfrlins to keep up affordlns a strong contrast to the raey victory of English I d. came Mohatib. running camelv to the end un der a crueling; ride b Fischer, who iTcova tho Schorr colt desperately down the straisht Jn the hcj-o of catchlns the leader Further back still camo Elwood, -who had seemed entirely outrun In ths early stages of the race, but who pased tho ilrins Rainland at the stretch head. And last of all came tho Goldblatt colt, tired nrd worn after his task of settmc the pace In the early stage and clearly hcaten on his mcriti. Four starters faced Starter Dade at tho hanier and of thee English Lad was a I rohibltlve. favorite at 2 to 5 a price still further shortened by a heavy play on tho part cf Chicajto visitors, which sent the colt's odds down to 1 to 3 in a twinkling. Under this pressure. Jloharib's price rose steadily in the bcttln?. and the 2 to 1 laid galr t him for an instant at the opening 10se quickly to 5 to I and closed at 7 to 2. Ulwcou was third choice nt a long price, and it was exactly lhe were held in the bcltlnjr that tho colts crossed tha line, with Rainland, outsider in the wagering, bringing up the rear. SLOW PACE SET. Over a fast track tho race was run In time that was Just two and three-quarters seconds slower than the record for the course. Had it not been for the manner in which English Lad was held tinder re straint throughout.and in which he was eased up at the end, the tlmo would cer tainly have lieen equaled, and it is likely that it would have been surpassed. Scenes at the old track wero much the same aj on former Derby days, save that the outpouriaR of spectators was possibly larger than usual. The flee field proved a strong attraction for a vast throng, and the Intield and sides of the course were packed with holiday-seekers Tho grand stand and clubhouse were tilled to suffoca tion, and fully 30,(W) persons were within the grounds by the time the bugle blew for the bUr 3-year-old race of the year. Of the four starters that went to the post. Moharlb was probably the colt that carried tho hopes of at least half the spectator?. His price proved a strong at traction to many of those who came to wager but a few dollars en the big race, and the Schorr entry was loudly applaud ed, as he paraded past the stand on the vay to the post. Rainland led the parade, in the white colcn of Mesa Goldblatt. Elwood. in the Creen Jacket and wnlte shoulder straps of Mrs. C E. Durnell. was second in line, wvile Jloharlb. ridden by Fischer, in the orange Jacket, with black sleeves and white cap of John Schorr was third in line. Last of all came English Lad. Dom lnlck ridlns him In the colors of Fred Cook, -blue!; Jacket, with green cap and cross on his back. it was shortly after t when the quar tet passed the grand stand to the ac companiment of encouraging roars of the various supoprtcrs of each colt. And It was but a few minutes later that thv were alllgned at the barrier, getting off to a perfect start almost without delay. RAIN AKD TAKES LEAD. Quick as they broke, perfectly in line a they shot away from tho start. Rain land was Just a trifle tho quickest In his stride, and fifty yards from the barrier he was well in the lead. Moharib trail ing1 a half length away and Elwood plod ding: alon5 easily in last position as they rounded the "first turn on their journey of one mils and one-half. Round tho first turn and Into the stretch for the first time Rainland ran steadily and easily, with a slight margin of the lead. Moharib. his mouth wide open and sawing his head from side to side as he endeavored to go to the front, easily hold ing second position. Next to the rail and a couple of lengths behind tho leaders, held back, by Domlnlck until his mouth was wider open than that of Moharib, was English Lad, running ab solutely without effort and apparently merely cantering alone at a paoe that seemed to be telling on Elwood, who strug gled along in the rear. Past the upper turn the came order pre vailed, and the leaders drew Just a trifle further ahead ofEngllsh Lad, while El wood seemed to bo dropping further back in a manner which caused Prior to com mence to hustle the Durnell colt, though but little mora than half a mllo had been run. Rainland still led as the far turn wa3 passed, and Moharib rated along Just as steadily in the spme position, almost abreast of the Goldblatt 3-year-old. In the same post he had maintained from the start ran English Lad, with Domlnlck absolutely motionless In the saddle, and the colt striding along with the same ap parent absence of effort. MOHARIB MOVES UP. Nearing the stable turn and the barrier for the second time Fischer shook Moharib up for an instant and the colt instantly drew abreast of Rainland. For nearly a furlong the two raced stride for stride. Then the brown nose of Moharib showed to the front and it was tho Schorr colt which led around the stable turn and which set tho pace In the final sprint lead ing to the wire. Almost at tho same moment Domlnlck shook up English Lad and the colt Jumped forward like a dash. In one stride he had caught the retiring Rainland and in two moro Jumps he had passed him. Stride for stride he Rained on Moharib, and the two swung into the' stretch neck and neck, English Lad forging to the front almost as tho turn was passed. At the same time Elwood, making ono last effort, under the punishment administered by Prior, shot up a few lengths, passed Rainland and tried vainly to get within striking distance of the leaders. It was no avail, however. Running abso lutely without effort, English Lad came down the final furlong under steady re straint and passed the wire in a manner which left no doubt as to the decisive na ture of his victory, while Moharib. fijtht Ing desperately to make up his lost ground, passed the stand an instant later, driven out to the last ounce, but strug- gllng hard to tho end. Elwood led the ex hausted Rainland over the finish line. The usual floral horseshoe was presented to Domlnlck as he came back to weigh In and the emblem was hung over English Lad's neck as he stood philosophically in the circle which marks the unsaddling place for the winner. There was tho same applause for the winner, the same en thusiastic plaudits for tho victorious colt which has marked the great race on the , old track for nineteen years. Then the We advertise only horses EltBhlbkti ISM ; ' WtAerer MUrcfreaanL Monday we have TWO ROYAL, OOQD THINGS that will be cut loose at rood odds. We sincerely hope our many St. Louis patrons -will avail themselves of this grand opportunity to get tha money. ? VflTtS Vnn slll Viqvm in n!l at th. rtftl r in wt inr nninters conleetontc were lid ai.iy and the big ev"iu had passed Into turf history. The race was worth $I3.1,"iO to the winner The teemd colt received J1.50O. the third JT.Vi and R-ilnl.iiiil siid his stake by get ting fourth pl.uo. So cm ry starter prolifd by the race s.ne Rainland, and hti saved the enttance and surtlug fee for hl ov ner. it us n grett rare for the winning colt, e.iFlly a." In- defeated hi- Held. And the manner In which lie won stamped him as a vot'iigtf r of the highest class. Secretary H.u hinei-tcr. Judge Mnginn and Joe. liar iln. all of whom watched the lace in oJli ii.il c.ipieitlcs. Mated that they hud not ?i en a colt run the distance an he Old and null ud In such perfei-t trim and showing so few Piers of halnir boon In .i bap struggle OTHER RACES ON "ARD. Though the other laces of the day af- forcVd comets which would have excited much attention on ar other afternoon, the wero thrown completely into the rhade by the big rate Kurtzmau won the second race- on the card afier little Hroomh mdlp had seemed a likely candidate for first place lit tho paddocK sale. Kurtzmau uas favorite and U anotlur member of Fred Cook's stable. Dale rode Hroomhandlu and put up a great ride, considering the fact that ho had nearly fainted In the paddock before tho race, due to weakness brought on by attempting to loner his weight. Ho put up a line ride In his exhausted condition, forced Uroomhandle up to the leader and then was compelled to let up a trlflo on account of lack of strength. Avoid, tipped by Tho Republic to win. captured the tlrsl event nt odds ranging from S to 1" to 1. Orient, also selected by this paper, won the third event at odd of 5 to 1. and tlu- Derby resulted in the order selected bv tho paper. Flying Torptdo beat Rernays in the fifth event, after the ltesliass horse had stumbled at the start, almost going to his kntes- Though ho made up his ground before the stretch turn, the effort seemed to wear htm out and he could never quile. rach Torpedo, who hung on well and ran n gamei race. Pretension won the sixth race from. Alice Turner and Athena. The latter way badly handled, but for which she would almost certainly havo been second and might pos sibly have gien the winner an argument. Hymettu easily came homo ahead of Elle in the last race. MONDAY'S PAIR GIIOUNDS ENTItlES rim race. (He furlonffs. 2-r-ol3s. selling: S87 'Altlica lu 31 WebernelilJ . .I'll ZX lJmerlilc Cirl.103 V.: Hadrian H1 01 'Hersaln . . .. 5 35 Mlllandene . ..l'JJ 211 'The Doctrees.. S5 SM 'Garrett IVil- 176 "Illy Temple. eon Kl on S3 tS5 Kraneo HI I? Zullcka d'Or . 0 401 "La Princes . M S77 sljnM. SO .. . Darthula a Pecond race. lc furlongs. 3.)i&r-old9 and ijj, felllnir: (Sft) Jerry Hunt ...AH i: 'lioundiinr . ..1(V 411 'Allco Turner .103 n till .ler ....U'- 105 -Dallas lej 3SS lottr . ..10; 373 -Radium H ISO 'Jim A. LonK..lCi V La-so 10S !34 'AWa 103 14 Fltibrillar M3 s Kvenlng Star . ina 107 Bensonhurst i7 "Lady Ray . ii Third race, one mile and ieenty krJs, s-3ear-olJ and up. telling: 4X) -Wlasendlne ... n 413 'Ljidy rente ... 7 401 Uuccleuth .... 116 4W Lady llauh- lss 100 .. Jlllly Moore 101 35 'PreakneM ... S-" S41 'Aecot M 4(K) ITS 407 ICS 'iii 371 TSuttln Resent M IuaVer Girl kS leml. 97 l'cttljohn 1J2 1'ompev Ili3 Tony Lepplng. fs Easier 1 al ters 7 fourth race, one and tfcre-tUteenths mile. Indtpendenco Handicap.. S2.C03 added: (J1R) Taby Toia ..14 ESI Montebank .... 95 4M rorehand SI 41t South Ureei .. H 411 IVarte Nlcht ..10J 411 Bernavs Ill 411 LlKht Opera ... CI ISC Jack Ycunr 101 873 Sambo 1W Fifth race, etx rurlontrs. 3- ear-olds and ud. allowances: (!S0) Elastic 1Z ISO Ire Water Ill S3 Hebo 13 JU W. r. Palmer .IM 233 Floral CW Oear the Are Wreath 115 sa 1C1 ti Red Thltllf . .103 Sixth race, one mile. S-year-otds and up, lonancea: IS3 Flret Maeon ...ID SS Tfce Rent ...104 rs Hvrcn Itcee . 101 til KarmakU V! .... 1'enlaa fl red Leppert - 94 tM Terra Flrma ..US ; Seventh race, one and one-eighth mile, z-year-clde and up. eelllnir: .... "Boaster .......101 411 'Ada N. 100 41! 'Leenia M 40S CTUthneea 15 411 Salivate 7 .. . Charles D til 4M Z'lla Knight . i 1S3 'Murmur fl .... Eocrr .., 87 ti3 'MUdred 1. ... 15 Apprentice allowance claimed. FAIR OROUXPS RRLECTION3 First Race Franco. Hersaln, Llmerlclc GlrL SVcond Race Radium. Alho. Iasso. Third Race Wisaendlne, Eaner Walter. Fet tliohn. Fourth Race nemas. Taby Toea Forehand. rifih Raw Rebo. Ice Water. Elastic. hlxth Race First Mason. The Regent, Har makls. Beventh Race Ada 7.. Ieenja. Caltlvneeei MOKDAT'S UOTON KNTRIEa Flret race, aeven-elghthw of a mile, selling: SS Sextette IM M Two S. 1C4 JK! Uttle ll ....1 Hi Prince Real ...US 411 'Second Bight .103 857 Oar.usla 7 KO Tribune 97 404 Trewman ,...lu3 400 Jim Gore II ..i:i 401 Hallucination .111 403 'Henry Luehr- 401 "Dottle Shute -105 mann, Jr VC S16 'Vlrsie d'Or ...in 39S Cap and Oown .102 I Second race. five-clghth6 of a mlie. aelllng: 37S Arthur BUM- 347 The RoueUU well 105 bout II1) S X.tquozone .... W 394 'Dutch Frlgate.100 3T.8 Ella Wageon- 3S3 'Half Tag ... . S3 er F7 SSI Fair Enchant- SS1 'Jetty 95 nxr IM 3S4 'Russ 103 S70 Dan Home ....103 287 Thora I.JC . 1051 Third race, six and cne-half furlongs, handl cap: .... Little Maria- 225 M. F. Tarpey ..IM ret P 40S Orleans 104 40J Yo San 113 298 Paul. Whalev ..10S 393 Kinr Crane ... 83 40? Tom'Gtlmore .. 94 SJ3 Tempt tl S71 Tommy roeter. 1 408 Plp- 103 Orleans and Paul Whaloy. Rloe entry. Fourth rac. one and one-eighth mile, the In-dt-pendence Day Flakes: 339 Had Penny ....116 403 Sailor's De- !91 Ululsh ! light M 409 Animosity ... . W 401 W. 11. Gates ...10a 21J Morris Volmer . S7 402 Ora McKlnney.. SB 409 Lord Her- 353 Rain or bhine. 99 mence 101 402 Honda 94 409 I"alrliury ... . 103 409 Morendo 105 244 The Mesienger.12,1 rifth race, one mile, purse: 387 The Don 112 413 Cay M 411 Tom Olney .... M ZS1 A Convict 114 lJ JIaxette 112 .... Kusaonia 103 391 Limpadroue ...101 4i2 Cro"tnol!na ...lit S9 Hon Mot HI 297 Planet 101 27 Naverte 1C9 J73 The Irish Boy .111 3i9 Monadnock .... M 403 Little G'.ant ...109 Hlxth race, six and one.half furlongs: 254 Tearl Finder ..1SI 3n llamlsella 704 IS1 Uecrge W. 32H Dorna llella ...10 Dasch 112 404 Idv Lucille ..117 377 Our Com .. . .102 1S7 Hardrastla . .Ill 2f5 Napoleon Bcna- 401 Harnaeln l(7 pnrto Ill 210 Doctor Pega- 4)1 Bflle of the ens VI Ring 109 270 Hasaanlo 104 4C3 Armand Ill 3S7 Miraculous 109 Hrtnth raci, khort course, steeplechase, han dlcnn: 4t2 Gum Honey .141 403 Mr. Rose 163 412 Harrow 143 39 John Grljrsby .123 412 Gould IM 412 Vamer 150 149 Duck O'Dowd .123 Gum Honey and Harrow. M. Daly entry. Apprentice allowence claimed. Weather clear: truck good UNION TRACK SELECTIONS. Flr"t Race Vlrgle d'Or, cap and Gown, Tressilian. Second Roco Arthur Etillnell, Ella Waggo ner. Thora Lee. Third Race Yn San, Rice entry, Temnt. Fourth Race Bad renny, Ora McKlnney, Lord Hermence. Fifth Race Bon Mott, Cav. Limpadrome. Sixth Race Armand, Kille of the Ring, Damisella. Soienth Race Dalj-'i Beat. Gould. Varner. ijlveu atratcht to vein. REYNOLDS & CO. St. Louis Address, Suite 316 Fuiltrton Building, SEVENTH ASD PINE STS. Cblcaco Address, 110 Dearborn St. tth Floor. TERMS: Sl.00 DAILY, S5.00 WEEKLY, or t t.OO fr ths best three beta one r mers to be a wlaaer or no charf . WE WIRE BUT OXB HCRSB TO A RACE. The following: lrerNonr three irood winners yes terday I ENGLISH LAD (Special). . 1-2, Won KURTZMAN (Special) .... 1-2, Won HYMETTUS 8-5, Won - . ii - . . m a ,. .. ,. . ... .in t. I., a ,t it. i. ibi w 1: "'Bm'nKnaaBaKiaaBaMaMiBaMB STaHS'-"" "", v -; . . . .. :- . I JiC '' " ,M i HPv 4 i - sir $ wM " i iEiHiril iii ii ir i ill A ll l ! I." 1fr I.I I It H II ! ! . ENGLISH LAD. Requital English Lady, owned by Fred Cook. SOCIETY MANIFESTS BUT SMALL ENTHUSIASM OVER THE DERBY "The jrrand stand is full, but only a few of the boxes are occupied. It U a dead crowd. It la a mistake to pull oft two big racinpr eventi within a week of each other." said a man who looked as If he knew what he was talking about. "The crowd spent its enthusiasm last Saturday " "The day is cool, too cool," said P. M. Civlll, owner of Pretension, the horse that ran first In tho sixth race. "The horse can't run wall to-day. and tho peoplo nro like the weather, they are so cold. There isn't a spark of racing lire In the whole crowd." It was true there was very little excite ment, not the usual car-spllttlnp; applause, when tho winner's nose shot under the wire. The only thine that reminded ono that it was Derby Day in St. Iuis was the shouting of the programme sellers and the men who called for bets on "tho Derby." Their shouting W.-.3 the notice able feature of the day, because there was no sound to counteract It. The tlrst race in as on and over without tho slightest rlppla of applause. The ladies drew their wraps a little closer around them those who had their wraps with them and com menced talking about the latest social function of the Bond of Lady Managers at tho Worla'9 Fair. They were not inter ested In the turf. Society was not out in vrry full force, the clubhouse lawn and balconies nnd the lawn were not crowded as they usually are on big racing events. "Tho best part of 'Derby Day ore tho beautiful gowns, and to-day you can al most count them on your fingers," said a gtntleman in an aggrieved tone. "This Is disappointing, and does not give strangers a very good opinion of our appreciation of the turf. St. Louli woman havo gone in for serviceable dreeses this season, every thing is walking suits " It seems to b qultn the fad for society to enter the infield in drags, and remain thro throughout the entire programme. PROMINENT PERSONS PRESENT. Prominent among those seen in tho club house and the grand stand wero: Mrs. George C. R. Wagoner, George N. Kingsbury, Commissioner from llhodo Island: Mrs. D. Washerman, Miss Millie WoBsermmi. Mrs. Rltter. Mrs Louis A. Cella, Mrs. W. J. Brockvogcl, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hawes, Mrs. Ricker. Mr. and Mra O. C. Nicholi of Alabama. Miss Mamio Saiid&y of Alabama. Doctor and Mrs A . Bcott of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bendlx, Mr. and Mrs. Joreph Traumlllcr. Mrs. Moso Stern. Mrs. Gladdis of Chicago. Mlja Hazel Jaokson, Miss Sadie Eaton. Miss Adrenna Lucaa, Mrs. J. A. Goettlcr. Miss Bertha Bledensteln, Mr. Bledenstein Mrs. Otto Orvis, Mrs l'ra'.k OrvlF. Mrs. Harry Myer, Miss Orvfs of Kansas I'lty, Mr. and Mr T M fK!Tl Tr Cnnrrrn 'T.rnl J lough, Mrs. A. Bernero. Miss Ida Longi- doui or iot Bpringc. -Mrs. u. r. iiaranco, Mrs. E. Delay. Mrs. W. Hageman. Mrs. R. H. Haidenhiem, Mrs. Florence Bau man. Miss Lange. Mrs. J. G. Wilson, Miss Helen Wilson, Mr. W. H. Haggerty of Dallas. Tex., L. Lamar. Mrs. C Bishop. Miss M. Councell. Miss Carr. Miss Edith Jourdan. Miss Jamie Jnurdan, Miss Ida Joneei. Mr. and Mrs. . W. Candy. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rains, Mr. Brockman, Mrs. E W. Delenhar, Mrs. Jay We-iver, MlS Add'.er. Mr. H. S. Souharoe, Mrs. M. Goldblatt and daughter, Rav; Mrs. W. II. Flzer. Mrs. E. Dayton. Miss Estelle Mey ers. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fontana. Mrs. John Pflager. Miss Cogswell, Mr. Cogs well. Miss Crowley, Miss Clara Crowley, Miss Emily rrowley. Mrs. T. P. Hayes. THIS IS THE BOY WHO RODE ENGLISH LAD Ls) Atr lri3stiBHmL. v J siS BP ite.B v j 4f H .incKET eddit: I As be appeared when the floral wreath Mrs. neld Chlnn of Iexinston. Ky., Stacey Itankin. Commissioner of Ohio, Mrs. C A. llersman. Miss Am) liercman. Ml" J. K. Huehes of Texas. Mrs. F A. Muno. Misi Katherine Kennon. Mljs Martha Kennon. Miss Kathenne Mc Qrair. Mrs. J. W Schorr of Memphl". Miss Gertmdo Schorr of Memphis. Mr and Mrs E-l ltusrh. Mr and Mrs. 11 An hejser. Mr and Mrc Joe Price, Mi. and Mrs. Welndell. Miss Dimple Yore. Miss Ulllan Anheu?er. Miss Doiothv Anhouser, Miss Edan Anheuser. MIsj Xelllo Anheus cr, 'Wi'l Schmitz. Louis Dapplch of Chi caco. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gains of New lork. Mr. and Mrs. Layman T. llaycs, Mr and Mrs Hchotleld. Peter Busch. Mrr. A. Seharff, Mrs. W. A. Zelncker of Xew York. Mrs. Holzman of New York. Miss Stern. Miss M. Scvharff, Miss I Kchaiff. Mrs. H. J. Elson, Mrs, Alexandir Meier. Miss Ddith Dustin. Miss Koe nir;. Alexander Mticr, AV. S. Thompson, II. L. Dyer. Mr. Iuvis. Paul Finney. Doctor J. J. Lush of Havana. Cuba; Mr. and Mrs. Charlci lypert. Miss LKIIan Lepert. Mrs Edward L. Price, Mrs. Edward I Klmbrough, Mrs. Cliairm Un of Cincinnaii. Doctor and Mrs E. J. Neville. Mrs Elmer Neville of Omaha, Mrs. George Neville of Omaha. Mrs. M. A. tVelsh. Miss Laura Welsh. Mias Grace Malone. Mrs. Edward 11. Culver. Mn. T. L. Howe. Colonel and Mrs. Charles Wear, Mrs. Eugenia Ahalie. Mr. and Mrs. Mor ton Jourdan Mis Ilyrd Jourdan. MrsL George S Johns. -Mrs. Thomas Henry Mc Dermon. Mrs. M. S. Robinson. Mrs. E. H. Hawton. Mrs. C. W. Goets. Mr. nnd frs. J. .1. Coakle . Mr. nnd Mrs-. J. H. Repas-s Mrs. Krank P. Honlskv. Mm W. I. Rlker. Mri Russell Harding;, Mrs. James Uyrnes. Mrs. II W. Heck of Chicapo. Mrs. .1. 1!. Elynn. Mrs Arthur Mermod. Mr. Walther Smith of California. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Boardman of Chtcafio, J. W. Prescott. Mr. and Mrs. J. Winn. Frank deHaas Robison. Miss Maml Bechofor and Miss Helen Bechofor of Baltimore. Miss Marx of Kansu-. Miss Elcr.or Glaz- ncr and Mr?. Bradford. BEAU OK310XDE AXE.S IIAJfDICAr Tal.es rratore Event at Havetliorne nt raise Odds of 1.1 to 1. Chicago, July I. Beau Ormonde, at tha falie price of 13 to 1, won tho mile handi cap, the feature event at Hawthorne to day, from Port Itoj-al . Annnlas was third, a half length back. The track was fast, tho weath fine and the largest crowd that has attended Hawthorno this year passed through the nates, summary: Klrit race, four and cne-half furlonrs Moor ish Damsel. 110 (lloffler). 7 to 1. won: Marie Frances, 110 (Ollphant). 11 to 1. second; Aunt K&therlne. 101 IV Kcllej), 5 to 1, third. Time. .S5. Barbara Whiting;. Clara Berry. Oreen Gown. Lou Merrell. Sueillsh Iaj-, Gertie Allen and Ianccs Dillon also ran. gecond race, six furlongs Princess Tulane, 109 (Knapp). 9 to 2. won: Don't Ask Me. V (I-aurencc). 15 to 1. fcoml. Maud Mullcr. It; (IcBrld). il t 3. third. Time. 1:1 J-S. 7.1bla, Mary McCanerty Orfeo, Scotsman. Clebratlon. "VT3. Keautiful and lle'n. Joe KTev and Lulu Marr also ran Third rnce. mileBeau Ormonde. 117 (Felchti. IS ti 1. v-on. Port Rojal. 115 (MclntiTe). 7 to 1. serend: Ananias. 103 (H'edl. 7 to 1. third Time, l:tl l-r. Joe Lesser, Incubitor, Peter .1. Som ers, Fcncastn, New Mown Hay and Jake also ran. Fourth race, five and one-half furlongs Miss Bnez. 10 lllofner). to 1, won: taLonde, 109 (Henn). to 5. second. The Uolle lot (Oll phant). 7 to 1. third. Tlm. 1-C8 Plnlterton. Clear Lighter, Teszy lltne and Annie Alone also ran Fifth race, mile and a quarter Harrl'on. 103 (I-anrcnce). 18 to 1". iion Ulack Wolf. 82 (Pler.itt), 7 to 1. second: Major Manslr. 1&4 iHenry),5 to 1. Uilrd Time. ;:07 4-5 Tjncred. El.ony. rallemlan and Ous Straus nlso ran. Plxth ra. ore mlleOIfton Fora. ina rsonc er), even. won. IvmFdale. 115 (Ol'poant). 2 to 1, jwond Kins Ellsworth, 105 (Henryl. 6 to 1. third Time. 1-41 2-5 Bsciamatlon. Jaran. Luis ford Jain and I.uc B S. also ran. dominick. w. - n placed about his neck after winning .f Tair Grounds Julj ;-Weathr ch'ar. track 407 1'1'st rjce. six furluns". 3-jfar-oIds nd w JO): nonsKs union rs and jocki:v.. SI ' '4 at S?7 C3I rc: ,w J 3M ITS AM. IM, Viiiiderhou: .. 4 Klnc Itos 111. 1) Austin 1 Ii.l.M.- Ma. si . iai ; IMI's lietu. SI. Nl.nl . ! ii , Hcn-onhur.t. 1"0 HFdi'r 1 Hrrnla. im. ?Id!utlin i 3 illuiiipntlial. M. II AtlI'soi' 11 I.nl Kelly mi. i,rr . j. Mls Mdnilt 1". I,in.le . I'criv flarl. ilti. nai .. . ! . . Kl w.i 1if..f lul. IVrlnKr' 7 Wncer. l'iT., Nee' . ' 13' Mlier Thistle I'll Ilnjni.r.i 14 . ' hums l;o, p7. .1 Hr. 1." . Ml Gom7 '. Mnul 1. I', I 1U l ID1 1J1 li- 14' JJ Slari koo.1 Won. nith flrn lhre ilrlxlnc. Winner. 1) A ll'ni li in ill Fillonus-T'Mii h Not. Aioltl. nlclv- rsled. was nrcnse.1 at ni Klnir Ita hal m mtst.hna uinl lan his race. I nl.M. V.t dd hei 1-et 11 nhonlmrst roiie.i track loo hard sot was iwuMi rj.lun l-!iift iHrttlne .Uold I to l. nn. tn l: M5. 5 to 2 IScn-onhtirst. 2 t' 5 Tim- I J. 21 .K". ss' l.tll',. 1 15'. 408 St' ot1,1 ratt- f' r - eir-oU's. fur and on'-hslf furlon. fu-r-1 nop.sn. wi:wii'Ts AN1 jnrKcs. I KurtzniAn 111. Dcm!tlk Itroomhatuilt m ai 'Monaco MoM I'm U r s'her 1" 2 Ink! 2' I 33'.l 34 Stan ffmsJ Wop cl.rl. crond drlnir hi- tcs:. Winner. I COMk's ch c. 2i The 'ommoner Msr.cn G Kuit2man was lit l i had to 1 hustlfd p.irli In slrtfh t( wit.lsrd llrr-imhsrdle. Th- lottt r ran a jror.1. eame rsc an I wa. nlwa s In .i contendlnc islth n Alonaix) Malil ivas otit.'lis.-.! Tlmo :r.u :16"- 3J' 12". 55'J 1 w. inQ Third race., for 3 xear-olds snJ upwjrtl. k11!l. sU fuiloirs. VJ PLrm J450 iioncs wmoiiTS AND JOCKEY.". Ind. IS W 'Orienf. 89. II Austin t SK! 71 (3.:) Joa Gobs DO. Her. . r.' 3hu' 2' I 2".. lOll TJIMi, U'4 1. WlfH-rn C 1 1 f.t,.l! llllFsfuI. 10 J. II-nneis'..l ill ' One More. lO1!. Trollsr 1 7l Th'l h'.. (3) fGondr Two Shoes.100 Stovsl ll1 141. 10' r-5 ITaliv If IK W Wjtson I 2 Ink1 I 37i SM 8llcr. 10?. llow-ell ... I 1 2s 131) Doctor Schtrr.-. 105. J'.tce 10. 6hd r, 394 Lindsaown. 101. Itooch . ' l"l 12i. 11' SW JMorii'Ilo. 3. Prkln I SI link 13 1?S1 ftlnr.nv riia.mv lilS Hhaifnr. .' 1'U ! 11 i."ji iiiowiinc iervisn. I'M wnif M ' tnat r (21J) ItjiJss. VI. McMitlln. I ll1 IV Ml' J 11 172 IKImr I"oi 37. Nlcol IS IS I 1 ' 1 . r.r: ::-".,' . 'f . :"::"' .'. -:. i .v.. Mart acod. Woo in a hard drive of three Winner: T r. Hays's ch t ll). Ornament Bessie V. C OrUnl. unclT n f.roi I ride. ut nlt'iied Goas -t wire Ull'e lad no escuees- show hettlnK-orhnt. .m-ii. Job Goes 2 to 1. O'l- LHIIa 3 to 1: Wlrsful. 4 to 5 Time Bi. 241v 7CJ. :45 l:ei l.It Atfl Fourth rnce. the St. Ixuls Derby, oco mile and one-lulf. a!ae ,u J17.CW HOUSES WEIGHTS AND lOCKETS. Ind .. .. irr.sll'h IJJ 127. Domlnlck 371 Mc.banb. 127 W FiKher .. . Clwvsl. 127 1'rlo- . . 113 Itnlnland. 113. CYawforJ Slnrt srod Win easllv r.lacrt same. Winner: V rook's ch. t. i3). Iteaaltal-Enirll'li 1-idi Ensll.h Iad was muih the he and cotUd havo won farther off. Moharib was lurt ui 'a.llv ls-et of other" Othtr twu werii neer dan'TOUS. hov lettln: Blwci. 2 to 5. l.alnlacd. 3 tn 5, others out Time II. :36i. .lit.. 1 Oil. 1:17V LSO-T. 1 44 1 57 2:Cf5i. 2-23. 2.KV All fifth race, for 4-vmr-clds ard upward, cne mil" and one-"ii- teenth. 7urse 1400- HORSES WEIGHTS AND JOCKKrS. I I i 3' 4" Flj Inir Torn-do 104. s.n'eonl 4 Iltmavs. 155. J. Hooker .. r.! I.'cht Orera. 1C2 D Austin) 2 Warte Nlcht. K5. Nicol . 3, 4 I'ti! ! 2hd. 5 I 151 Isouth Hrteie. 102. I'erk'.ns ' 11 6 Start fair. Wen in flerc-i drhe of two. Winner: S Lazarus s ch r. I. Banc- er Ovpsi Torpe.!o ontcanie.1 T(emas at end. Tho latter stumbled as barrier went uu and lo.t conidrable snsind. The rtyrt to make up rame told on him at end trceru ran a fair race Others outclassed- Show- bettlnc Torpedo 1 to 2. Ilemajs. oaf IJcht Otra. 7 to ID: warts. Nlcht 1 to 2 Time-.OiV .2. .224. W. :57- 1:1' 122'V. 1:42. 1 4SV1 A17 Sixth race, fo- 3- ear-olds and upward, selling ona mile nnd '- eeventv varils. purse "41': HORSES WEIGHTS Ind. AND JOCKEY. ("Sl r-retenslon S7 Mel uhhn' 3 Alice Turner. 1CI Stoval. 39t Athena. S3. W Daxis.. ' 2M iLadv TcnsA f7. II An'on PM ILeenl.l Ifs Nlcol ' I 'I "..; 3 1 i Gnk f'-i 4l t 5's J 4'U ..I. Know- K5. D Austin . ' , 7 1 3M .Ada N . 105 J lle-ine-sy .1 10 S14 LJ9 'Flora Br-Rlt. !; Hlc .1 H . . HucklelTrv Finn 10.1.r' 7 ' iTurrando. 105. W Wateon I ll 2' 10 Start rood Won cloverly; ccni tame. Winner: P. M. Clvill's b cr (31 Oritlamh Varletv. Pretension was bst and easily dlspceed cf Allco Turner in run home. Athna closed "tronelv. Ada N . cfT belly and taken overland rtsite, can do tfetter. Race ran be thrown out for Atheni and Ada. bhow bettlnc Pretension. 3 to E. Turner. 3 to 1; ''VlmV.S' .17V. :23 .41; :5I. 1:05S. 1-1J. 1:32. l:41i. 1.IK. 413 Seventh race rur S40O. for 2-jear-cUs and three-sixteenths: BOSSES WEIGHTS AND JOCKEYS. I Ind IS H iJj2Li -i- (Sl31 C361) 4Y1) Hvmttus. 101. .1. Henncssv. 21 I 21 101 4h.l Ihd t Ihd lhi f. I v 7H. 7 R 3 ts ' P 1711 i1?. H Anderson ... I llwte McCsrthv. 10?.Aus'nl Orpheum. 103. Nlcol .. .. ' Compass, ivj Bna-rnoui 1 MainsDrtnr. 103. Stoval . .1 33 tit Fain ate. 35. W P.scher . 400 jlm Winn. 102. McMuIlen., Start rood. Won earilr: second same. Wlnrer: J. Phillips A- Co 's b m (4) Sir Dixon Meridian. Hmettus was much lst and won when called upon. Blln alwas held balance safe. Orpheuni ault badlv nftr a mile. Show liettlnsr H-meltu. out: Ello. 2 to C: Bessie McCarthy. 4 to 5 Orpheum 7 to 10. FJURBOHY WHS OTALLOH Takes Command at Half-Mile Tost and Outruns the Other Contenders. LONG SHOT FIRST IN THIRD. Tom Gilmore Gets Up in Time to Beat lsoomcrack and Joe Bow ers by a Xcck Jstee'ile chase a Feature. Fairhury. at 7 to 1. won the O'Fallon Handicap at Union track yesterday. He was eminently best and won handily. Dud Embry put up a surprK'ngly Rood race and finished second. Aniino ty wjs third. V. B. Gates closed much ground in the rtretch ami llnlshed fast. Labor ran an Improved race and showed that he Is roundlns to form. s?siIor'b IUHsht, al though in with only fD pounds, wai never In thy running; neitlur v.-as Ijird Her mence or Morenjio. Iir.1 Hermence went to tho front, h-it soon shot his holt nnd fell back. Ftlrbury took command at the half mile po"t. and never surrendered it. One of the surprise:! of the day was Tom Gilmore nt 40 to l. winning the third race. Hi came from behind tind beat out Itoom erack and Joe lloweis, who were strug gling tn get lirst past the wire. lloomerack mi the favorite nt 5 to 2. but was not heatlly played. Joe Ilowein was strongly Lacked, and the bookmakers Iot to the race lloomerack and Hon ers hooked up aft-r breaklnc in front, and they looked one another In the eye the entire couie Or leans ano Gus ii ilka wre r.over contend ern. Yo tt.ii was left at the posi. Trr.silian. an odds-on favorite In the first race, was beaten out by Leila Ilarr. The latter was held in thu bonks at T" to 1, and was not heavily pla-d FONDN'nSS WINS. Fondness won the handicap for 2-3 ear olds. She opened at 4 to 1, and. with lit tle play. th bookmakers hunched her price to 7 to 1. Beecher was the contend er and San Primo came fast nt the linish. Onlsro, the heavily played favoilte, made a. poor showing. Dodie P.. the pronounced favorite, n on the mile and three-eishths fent In a close finish with Banana Cream. Harrlca was just Rood enouch to beat Chicago Girl out of third monev. The latter was In Rood foim and lilted the distance, but was not properly rated by her rider. Hvmphonv camo with a rush at the fin ish" In the sixth race and beat Sneer out by a head. Sneer looked the winner, but Shilling cleverly pulled hjs mount out of a pocket in the stretch and came fast nn the outside. In an improved race. AVa peta ran third. The steeplechase was both spectacular and Interestinsr. A supeiior ride by Barry won, the race for Orlsis. the long-shot, at 3) to 1. Gum Honey and Hairs" coupled HANDICAP fjst uDward. sellllic. lur I U!ne. r. op I ci. i n. HOItES. WEIGHTS AND JOCKIlYb. nd. 4ul ly"i l!n-r 110. It JIurphl :t- iT.i.silan 110 M Isi'xp. i 3li II' leurn 121 lUn'lerf.n . 4c, litrnribi- ini. !:nm tr ' TA .Mollv lenblO-l: II''..l.lli.Ci 5C l.star fttton 121. W Waldoi I.'1 ::-l 15 1" v W i Ihd 4'. 11' 'i I :,.. r-.-i Wftn .t Co V cli m isi. hv M'. 11' i:' l." ii' 15 wa nei.v In tmnb Tim-2r -OV.. IV Ii I II' 411 ! HORSES WEIGHTS I I A.VIl J CKEYS. ( S Frntt'i.is T4 McKlnr.py . f It Iliitlier IC2 Shllllnir . 11 .Kan Irimo. h W. Bums 61 iMhorns !- r-her ' 41 in'Ti. l')7. II .MllHihy 1 'I'earhunter SI. Walnwn'I & n.li-arra. 1IC. W. Walci. 2 livtr! .-' C. s'waln S Ko-e I.-de. N. Heino'ds I 43- a-1 I I lel I Op iiid' i i ;-' 2' 2' I .1 ' 3 ' 3. ' HORSES WEIOliTS I AND JOCKEYS. iTcm GUniorf 95 Flher llluormia.k 11 M. Iow. Jo Ilnuere 1-?, Sinclair orlcuns wi. ilcOuthr. 3iW I I I B-ltlrc r. i op I ci n. 3l 371 (ill! Ml 3SI rte l"ln M W. Gas Lirk? 107. Wslnwrl'l iHtrnlock 1-n W. llollv 'tnnc l'i Ncivjn irj.IH. ris'.lf. 7. sualr I S' I I V: '.' I ' 3hd iVimo le l!- . lohn Morton Y s-an. 11 ,11 15 Si 2 ! IV I 1'. I ,.' 19 !..!, l!i. I lit''. I 14' ' 11'- Kihd lS's ll. 2v 413 IVjrth rac. 15 and iipuHf HOItiES WEIGHTS AND JOCKEYS. In.! ISa7 iPalrlMirv. 103. ihllllnir 373 Hu.l Embrj . It ilnnihy 2-s 'Aliim.ltv !. I!. Murphy (3711 -W tl. Gates. I'i.W Waldol rv lAbor. i7. A. Ilrown (.Hi I.M'.rer.dn. K5 Hi nderin 337 tKenova. f7. t'pton I I 1 I I'-.tllrr 5 m h j pjJ JlLPJIUIl'-E!!: 4 "3'U! I" i ) 1' 2-5j 7-20; . tl IhtS ino V I 2' I 5-2 27-3 2, 4 4 3 I 3 11 15 2 ll 2 I 2 4 I I 15' JC 4 Ul H-rm.nc f-TT "sllors D!ljcht. 24 urd!i-. to. V. ;s5 i'D"i!st. H. Walnwrljrht 414 HORSES, WEIGHTS AND J0CKDY8. I I I Bettlnr I S. K tip. fl. 11. i Ink Inkl 31 ! 3-5 ' 2' i I 2-5 1-2 . SH IV3!e S.. 10. H. L-iwe.. . t:81) 'Ilanara Cream. 1.15 McKln'y teJ Ularrlca. 104. ii i c n a 5" I 5 I 4l 1S-E'7-W 20' fO1 12 .53 f3i 241 & 274 Anruanata. 109 Chlcaao Girl. S5. Lord Falconer, Wiialeback. 101. Learovd. 104. W. 4" 5 415 Bettlrur. Op.l CI. I n. HORPES WEIOHT3 AND JOCKEYS. S. 1 e 4' r. 71- 9' st; 1) ma. 1' !l 7-2' 7-5 81 11 3 3' r 2 101 It. 3 l' l'l r, 7-2 IS 3 7-3 3 5-2 1 20; 2l' 12 I". 2' ' 201 -J) 21 SimphjT-. l'.-t. ISneir. 105, rarrett .... 'Wahpeta. 110. McKlnney , Billr Woodward. H3.Sl-.ill' IRnrt-siieJe. 114. ScWcke! . 4'(- ul' t' 7t -' I ' ' :o ' 337 mm Olney 10. SM Baroncea, 103 I'lurnfi. its Second Slaht. IM Li-nn. -. Lenox. 11. V. Kl!v .. .. Grand Vltees.. 1C3. Fisher. nnd upward, ens mile HORSES WEIGHTS AND JOCKEYS. Hel P. F. Op J Bettlnr P. F. T : i 4' J' 2nk 4' fhJ 5" T Ihd 7 8 S .i. PI. 1 h-f 3-5 5-2 12-E 4-6 C 51 2 S IS! X 4' 1$ 11! 2i e J0I 2l i "il 0! M 374 371 "0 37 574 S9 -4 Orlsl. 125. Darir Ilroaowav. l-. xitiii.cn.. Gould. 132. llfiweT ... lOum lloner. 142. Neal... tllarrow. 114 Willis .... .Walter. I Si. Ford. Varner. 14S. Bchill In tho betting as the Dalv entry was the favorite at 3 to 2. Harrow fell and Gum Honey showed no form uliateter. Yt alter refused to tal:e second Jump nnd ran out of the course Varner. who rtood nn ex cellent chance, fell coinrr over tho third Jump. Broadwav was firt 01 er the last jump try two lengths, but Orlsls outran film on tho flat Gould wan dlsqualiflfd for coin? out of tl" course and third money went to Gum Honey There was j. large attendance. Nineteen booits wero on. KO ITKRrEIlECB WITH n.VCF.S. Defcndnnts In Union Tteerlsershlp Oie- to Answer Tctltion Tnrdnj. Circuit Judge Sale jesterdny. acting for Judge Douglas, made an order citing P. J. Carmody. general manager of the Union Jockey Club Kacing Association, and oth ers, to show cause next Tuesday why a receiver should not be appointed for the association. No order restraining tho operation of the racing course at Union boulevard and Natural Bridge road In tho meantime was made. The matter wa presented to Judge Sale in chambers by former Judge II. W Bond, representing John P Collins, who asked for tho appointment of a receiver. Tho defendant. were not represented bv counsel, but after the order was made Attorney Theodore llasleur and former RTINO WORLD HANDICAP 50c Daily . established 884 $2.50 Weekly SUITE 17 155 and 157 E. WASHINGTON ST., CHICIIQ, ILL. SPEC8AL NOTICE! Owing to parties issuing a card called the SPOUTING WORLD HANDICAP. and claiming to represent u, we wish to call the PUBLICS ATTENTION to the .fact that WE HAVE NO REPRESENTATIVES IN ST. LOUIS. Anyon selling selections calleii SPOUTING WOULD, claiming to be issued through this ollici- bj JllSSE W. IRWIN. THE NOTED HAXDICAPPER. are FRAUDS, and are tryine fo Impose upon the public. WE ARE NOT CONNECT ED WITH ANV OTIIEU RACING BUREAU, and to prove this assertion wc will FREE! FREE! FREE! To all those who send lis Jl.inl to ilefrnv the expense of sending. OUR SELEC TIONS or specials on ST IH'IS. SIIE-PSHBAD and CHICAGO RACES ONE WEEK. VVn. ISSUE FROM OXB T() TI1I1KB SPECIALS DAILY AT EACH TRACK. WE HAD OVER 75 PER CENT OK OUR SPECIALS WIN DURING THE PAST THIRTY DAYS, and bv SENDING IN YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONS AT ONi'H we will prov that the selection sold there are not GENUINE. After you have clfii us one week's trial we will convince mu beyond all doubt that we have no equals In this line of buslnejs. We have the, best staff of Information setters In the countr A trial will convince the most skeptical. JESS W. IIUVIX. Ma . KOTK THIS SPECIAL OITER FOR flMl WEEK ONLY. DISEASES of MEN SUM1 (- , Its Locust St.. Knkrii Ilours 9 to 2 and E to U? PPer will prove o( Ths Itepubl t and be yi.v". ..uouufluiuiw. FOR Ctirp-i all Clar ru He a both rroduclrff nnxunoas, despordfney and irritableoi or unfltntst for buil- i.c-nu. iua.ti.se, inuiii oi weakness oulcknees- srr pioorl Poison-All stages. Enema. Llcers. cured for llf- by safe means, niank 3S. I.rlnarv mil Bladder ailments quickly cursd; Painful. Dlffleult. Too Frequent or Bloodr I ans . 1' Fee. Urine. afso prlats diseases onstmctlna: urinarr cnsea4 J'Urs and all Itcctal dlieases cured. Modem ..... - rv .....n ........... vud..Mv.i.fc u.ii.bijt E-nBrdKv. jiisini.s. ree!. :. f. .. .. m...... wvu.c.iiiai ur acquirra. succrssiuiiy treateii. vi Medical Dlctlonarr and Adviser ties at office or scaled br mall: DR. WHITTIER. Unlcn Track. Jul 2 Weather char, track fart Atn First ra.e. ulllnc. nurs- $275 for 3-year-clds and upwanl. seven u turlonRs: I 1 1 neltlrr. V PI. 1' 1 1 ' 2'Ul I 2V1I 3'! I" 1 5 I 4t i 4 ; f. I 6 1 1"-1 l! 1-2 51 .V- 12 v 15' i .00, I hsn.HH s-cml d'Kipa. vv'lnnr- A. It. m Iwnertnr n.-A-Ia fi. lylii Uarr t..K arlv srd wrn l.v a Kf d (.ne ov Murray. 1:16 1 30W StM'd r.u-f. landtai. nursn JIM. for 2-J-ear-oi-:s. me ana r half lurlcr-Kr " SL j 21d ! 1" SU, 2V. 2w 4'4l 6' 1" 1' 4' 4U y 7' 5 7' I' 6 B 2U. ZK H 5V4 I a B-itlrr op. iti. n. F. Ink 2nk v ! 7 I I f, 3 ( "i' S-f. 7 5-2 3 3.1. 12 15' i Mart eon.;. V.Vn diUIrr s'ern.l ra-t. V.Inn-r: J t Tib.erjri. f I2i bv IIenr- of Nnvarn Krr.d Her""-, IV.Tinet.swos t.sl I rr lan i-o.l rue and c!o.-d rtrrrir San ITlmo wa r.u'run la ear.T l-0. luit ili.-.l with h rush Kirn threo driv.nic to tho limit. T.in-- 2P ,t 1.ITA. 1 'W. A 1 7 TI.1-.1 race landlcap rurse f. for 3-year-chU J!d ODst. hit furlenKS j S U j "j j B. Op. CI. fPJ. 2i 6 3i 2'W 4! Ihd 5' 4hd HI 10 iU '' J 2' I lnU 7s 1 - i f ' Ehd ft Ihd; 4-K IS fl 2-1 2rk 3nk V 4 S'K sis It 11 I? Ihd 4 U, m 5hd 7H i vldo l-l 1 3' 50 6 i '4 15i to on "4 Reyrnldsl li " l'.i2. t:onnr fl 11 ft Murphl f . I 10 t lie n . 11 4 lllcn t-ntrv: rcunli-d in b-ttlr.ir 'fieft nt the tost ssri ... Mart fd iw all but Yo San. Tlon drlilnr: second rm "tvinner. .1 J Whites-do li h la), bl The Heaoer-Follv-. Ullmora i won In i har.l drtie of three II- aiodid ea-lv -nee and c.rd with a rush. Tlrre- 21U. 4 1 15'. iho O Fallon Handicap p-Jrse t for 3-year-oias cnt? and on-nls-eenin mi'e. i I i, I s. I r. oFVcr.'jiPi. T T!i : s1 2 3' I 3 2'H; 2- 1, 4 5U ' V 2' J 2hd 5 a l't ' Shd '.!. 4' M 7-2i -3 4 4', 4hd Us 15 12 5 v ' 7' I " ' fhd Si t-2 S-i ' f 51, 7hd 10 71 , '!4l V1 ' 'W 5 i 5-i f I 1) I 10 I f ' 6l T-1J 1-5 2idi 2', I t'4 10 20 . ' . ...I ... .. .1 5-21 7-2! t-5 WLHi'Mni .l U.e l'l ' 1, Kellv . ii 2idj 2'1 ti Rice entrs cou-.Iei In tettinr. Ftart i-ood " 'won drl-lnsr- scood satie. Winner: J C. 'Waters's eh k. a.l. tv AKira-Mok-Ka-Hl Winner was best and sras never In trouble. Embrv he"t of others and clceed "tronr. Anlmosltr tired it erd. Gales maJo up muih around and clo.ed stron-r. Tlin- 25. ZVi. 1 1C. 1M. 1:40'-. Fifth rac- relllnr. pur" SC-no for 4-iear-cI4 and tDSxra. ems and three-slrhths mile- Bettlnr. i U S. F. Op. C3. j W. "5 ivT "in; v -f . 1 1-2 Ink Jnk ink 1' F U-5 -5 7 t's 4ts Snk I 7 6-2 1 1 4 I 2 I if tnkl 3". 10 li) t if 6' t l ' 10 t2, 1 i'i I 4' 7 I 7" 30 100 0 S ' I I 8 8 SO f II btnriair Wa!nwrt Havlll. .. 111 Waldo! A Brown.1 Kelly. .. I Start rood. Won handily: eecond same. Winner: Del Mont stable b. m 5. bs- C3iaro-iu Vlcile. Wlnrer ws best. t off wld lar In ird rsltion and went to front when called on. llsr.jn. Cream best of others and I ad "pd at flnl"h. Barrloa closed with a rain. Time :2S. :51.. lili'i. 1:134 2 lfrV 2-25H. Bixth rac. selllnij purs J-TS. for ;-j ear-olds ana upwara. n and cne-half furlonss: Bettlnr. op. ar n. 0-2 lt-ElXi E. 4 H B. F. 1 7nk "t p Ihd 4 lhdl 2' 1' 2' I 2' I 414 3' S4 3 4hdl 3 4' b 9llVs f 5U 5 1 (!-. 1 t T 6H 7! J1 I Ihdl 2hd 7U B f SH 30' s l.ll S j 11 I Ci 9H 51 6bd Stsi ol MV. Ill H I 10 I 11 11 Sinclair.. ' . . 6-2 1-E -S 3 4 J-S 15 SI JO 30 10 10' 7 5-3 t.; c 1 11 12 c .13 15 t '20 IS I V. 101 lOi 4 tiptoli .. . R. Murphy I .vii.xini . . Start rood. Won drlvlns:: second nam. -Winner: W.Blaatopj ch f (II. br Kantaia-tTherub Symphony was muoh the bert. road un much 1 around and cjowd with a rush. Sneer was be of others: closed .trcrr. but could not stall off Syrnpnony. Time 21'.. . 1-16'4. 1:22. n 1 L Seventh race, steentechots handlcao. curse JW. for 4-esur-etd and upward, ehort cot-ne: I I I t Bettlnr. 8.1 U i r. 1 op.i ci. I pi. ......... 21 I 3' n; 1 11 30 3 1-2.1 -5 UK 2J4-S li 1 5 -2 -2l 3-21 a 6' 3' 4 V.: Di.nual!.1ed: refused lut Jump. tDalr entry; coupled la betUn. "?.?? iSEi"' w'ort'lirWr.c- second fame. Winner: J. T. rtotrer'. eh. m f h,' Ve-ae d-Or-CarVie L-e. Well ridden. nd with lufhtw!-, Se wlwer wi5 b?"? HrSdwaV . Aeady Mid lumped well, but wa beaten out In tho stretch run. Varnet Time SS"; . Citv Counselor Benjamin Schnurmacher called at the Courthouse and held a con sultation with Judge Sale. ' Judgo Sale said he made the order with out the defendants being represented be cause) no Immediate r.ctlon was asked m regard, to the appointment of a receiver. Had Immediate action bc-n asked, he said he would have insisted on the defendants bcine represented. Minor Gnme. Wcnona. Ill . Jule 2. T"-day's ball fi.tween Chicago Hels-Ms and tVenona re cams between Chicago HebzMs and tVenona resulted In a victorv for Wencna by a scor ef 3 to i P!tch;r Slateler cf wenona Kruclc out Ihirteen men. Cotton States I.eaixiie. At Katon Kouee Baton Rcufe 1. Vieksburr 0. At rino Bluff Xntches 10. Pine Bluff 0. Snntlirrn Lene, Nst Orleans 1. Little Bock E. shreeport . Mrnptils 4 Itlrmlnzham 10. Atlanta 7. Xashvlll 0. Montgomery C. .. lv - 'Western Iasrue. At Des JIolns Des Moines 11. St. Josjin X At Colorado Springs Rain. At Sioux City Sioux City 3, Omaha T. Araerlcnu AasoeiatloB. At ImlfanaDolis Louisville 7. Tndlanarolls 3. At Kansas oty Kansas uity 6. ainsrau- kee 4. At Columbu: -Columbus X Toledo ! Hide:.. Koorn 30. 31. XI. St. Loots. Mo. 7: Saturday to S p. m.: Sunday, S to 13 only. established practice since lllfi See bark number convinced. Vou see IJOCTOfl W UITTIBH la oaeraie cnarses. JHNOEST TREATMENT. bronlc. erous, Dlnod. Skin and Vrlumrr JDIa i sexes; Aervous Delilllty. Lost Manhood, Etc.. tuon, joji mantood. milky urtne, oranio itwer restored and a radical core zuar&nte mefnods; no cuttlnir. Call or write for advice. ' treated. Varicocele In days. ; thirty pen picturs. CoasaKation FRED at Ofncej or by Hail. MiriirattCkirfii - 5 rh.ll ft .ac'. Je e -j t" X - . - .''V ; js-Vt.fc yasSagr;, -u j-..J ", .' ?yJHtr?.-?Cft, - - ."