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THESE ARE THE BEST DOGS.
The Awarding in All Classes Now Finished. Tho Judgln? Is Generally Well Received. nam* Mora or the Animals to Be Seen. An Historical Breed Sheas by al. H. Laverty—Why Keglov dot Third Prise. The awards have been made, the rib bons placed, and the work of the judges in the dog show is now over. They con cluded their labors a few minutes past 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, and can now s»ttle back with the knowledge of hav ing givan general satisfaction. Every body knows, of course, that at a dog «how considerable jealousy is aroused among the various interested persons, but the decisions made the preaent year have bean received very well, and com paratively few, if any, vigorous "kicks" have been made. The judging was commenced at 10 a.m. ;u<l rapidly pushed through until noon. At 1 o'clock Mr. A. O. Waddell, who had judged all ol the other breeds, retired, and Mr. G. L. Waring made hie initial bow and started to judge the bnll territrs and fox terriers. This latter clasa is always very interesting in the judging ring, and the ropes were lined with spectators during the hour or more occupied by Mr. Waring. While of course some of the decis ions were very close, there were none of the classes judged which were so evenly matched as the greyhounds of the day previous. One fox terrier which was especially missed was C. A. Sum ner's Bonnie Bess. This bitch was a very successful prize winner, and had gotten everything in eight in San Fran cisco, Seattle and this city the previous year, but unfortunately was stolen sev eral months ago and has never been located yet, although Mr. Sumner has done everything possible to get her re turned. J. A. Sargent's Golden Gem, which took first puppy prize in San Francisco last year, was awarded first ribbon in the bitches yesterday. The 'foxhounds are very scarce this year, being only two shown where or dinarily previous shows have brought out five or six. The animals shown are Thad Lowe's Dixie, dog, and Karl C. Klokke's Figueroa, dog puppy, both of course getting first. The showing in pugs is vsry good. Harry L. Park's dog Balmaceda got first in this class. It is a big fat fellow and wears a well content air. Mrs. H. E. Memory also shows a fine litter of five, being all that is left of a total of 11. Baby, a bitch, owned by the sania person, was taken sick just before being called into the ring and could cov be judged. Tricksey, owned by s u m Gerson. is a email bitch and got irtt in her clasa. Victorina, of Mies Sumner, is similarly bred and got first in the bitch puppy clasa. One of the oddeat and probably the least noticed animal in the show is Frank, a French bulldog exhibited by Louis Avy of this city. The dog is a trifle smaller than the English bulldog, and is very similar to the breed. Frank is very good-natured, and over his ken nel is hung a diploma oi third prize awarded in 1891 at the Exposition Caniua da Paris. At. ut the huest dog in the Great Dana class is the puppy Toro, shown by Col. H. G. Otis of the Tunes. Toro is a big bodied, long, strong-legged ar. -lal, and ia throughout a noticeable animal He waa giv»n second prize, but seems to have ui he qualifications for first win ner next year. class 9, St. Bernard dogs, rough k. i, Dr. Arthur T. Regenaburger of San Francisco shows Reglov, a splendid animal, which, however, got only third prize. The dog was regarded as a sure winner, but about a month ago he lost his left eye in a fight with another d in the doctor's kennels, so the judges did not pass this physical defect, and could award bim only third place. Without a doubt, however, the pret tiest dogs of the entire show are the three Clumber spaniels shown by the Ivanhoe kennels, H. S. Laverty, propri etor. The dogs are all lemon and white, the lemon spots being on the ears and head. They are Bustler, Lady Floreuce and Sister. This breed is not well known in this country, these being about tbe only animals west of Ottawa, Canada. It whs started by one of the dukes of Newcastle about 200 years ago. lie imported the original pair from the south of France, where he had obtained them from tbe Due d'Nailles, one of the marshals of France. Tbe duke of Newcastle then bred the Clumber spaniel in England, never letting the animals breed outside of hiB family. Numerous attempts were made to get this breed, hut all were unsuccessful until about 31 years ago, when one of the impecunious dukes found his estates entailed. His creditors It pied on all they could, and succeeded in getting hold of the Clumber spaniel, and in this manner the breed got ut side of tbe exclusive holding ui the Newcastlea. Mr. Laverty imported Bustler and Sister, and bred Lady Florenoe in Los Angelas. The show will continue for the balance of tbe week. The following are the various nwarda. CUT THIS OUT COUPON NO. 41 PART T GLIMPSE? OF AMERICA. 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Kadish, Loi Angeles, second prize. King Douglas, whelped January 25,1893; breeder, George Douglas; aire Pekoe, itam Little Lady. Mra. E. S. Slater, Los Angeles, third prize, Dan Slater, whelped October 17, 1890; breeder. M. P. McKoon; sire Dandy Stubbs, dam Fleet. Clasa 112—Cocker spaniel, open, bitches (under 28 pounds); E. 8. Slater, Los Angelea, first prize, Gypsy Jane, whelped February 8. 1892; breeder, A. C. Davenport; sire Bronta, dam Maud E. Mrs. VV. 8. Taylor, Los Angeles, sec ond prize. Sprite, whelped September 19, 1891; breeder, O. G. Browning; aire Cherry Boy, dam Little Gypsie. Mrs. E. Kadish. Los Angeles, thirJ prize. Woodland Red Queen, whelped June 7, 1893; breeder, Geo. Donglaa; eire Champion Red Jacket, dam Cham pion King Pharo'a sister. J. H. Varley, Loa Augeles, V.H.C.R., Jessie V., whelped April 24. 1890; breeder. A. C. Davenport; aire Bronta, dam Cherry. Claes 114—Cocker apaniel, bitch pup pie (under 28 pounda): W. L. Prather. Jr., Oakland, Cal., • first prize, Diana P., whelped August 13, 1893; breeder, Pastime kennels; sire Woodland Duke, dam Jessie M. Mrs. E. Kadish, Lis Anzeles, second prize, Woodland Red Quean, whelped January 7, 1893; breeder, George Douic t»e; eire Onamplon Red Jbckq;. aam &iaa l.'UuJo'ri uHter. W. R. Murphy, Los Angeles, third prize, Nina, whelped Oc ober 6, 1893; breeder and pedigree unknown. Class 115—Clumber spaniel, challenge, dogs: Ivanhoe kennels, S. H. Laverty, prop., Los Angelea, first prize, Bustier, whelped May 16, 18S9; breeder, F. H. F. Mercer; sire Drake, dam Lilly. Clasa 118-Clumber Spaniel, open, bitchea: Ivanhoe Kennels, R. H. Lav ertv. proprietor, Los Angeles, first priz*, L»dy Florence, whelped October 13, Judge Mitchell? * Fox Terriers, Ford Veni and Lomita Patch. 1891; breeder, owner; sire Rustler, dam Denver Lass. Clasa 130—Dachshunds, bitches: Dr. J. R. Davidson, San Francisco, first prize, Dannie; date of birth, breed er and pedigree unknown. Class 147-Collie, open, dogs: J. B. Fanning, Lo- Angeles, first prize, Fordbook Bravo, whelped March 3, 1891 ; breeder, W. A. Burpee & Co.; sire Fordbook Paragon, dam Fordhook Fleet. Class 148—Collie, open, bitches: J. B. Fanning, Los Angeles, first prize. Aunt Dinah, whelped SeDtembtr 23, 1892; breeder, W. A. Burpee & Co. ; eire Fordhook Squire, dam Mina. Glass 155—Bulldog, open, doga : Louis Avy, Los Angeles, first prize, Tramp; date of birth, breeder and pedi gree unknown. Class 161 —Bull terrier,open, dogs: M. H. Collins, San Francisco, first prize, Chief, date of birth unknown; breeder, ,iobn F, Comstock; sire Adonis, dam Twilight. C. M. Merry, Loa Angeles, second prize, Jumbo, whelped April 4, 1892; breeder, Miller; sire Duke, dam Jute. Claga 162—Bull terrier, open, bitches: W. H. Collins, San Franciac?, first prize, Little Starlight, date of birth un known; breedor, John F. O. Comstock; sire Adonis, dam Twilight. Cbas H. Botsch, Loa Angelea, second prize, Queen. Class 167 —3o»t,on terrier, open, dogs: J, Ewin Hoy,Ornnge. first prize, Tiger, wh9lped July, 1891; breeder and eire unknown; dam Fly. Class 168 —Bosten terrier, open, hitches: J. Ewin Hoy,Orange, first prize,(irete, whelped May, 2893; breeder unknown ; iiro Jim Blaine, d im Old Duke. Clasa 173—For terrier (smooth), open, iS I wiu Oawston, Norwalk <oatrich farm), first prizn, Habv Riaoer, whelped June, 1892; breeder, J. R mdea, Eng land; sire Drone, dam Miscreant. Lomita kennels, Los Angeles, aecood prize. Ford Veni. wbelped .Inly 17,1890; breeder, Robert Vickary, England; sire Champion Venio, dam Q i«ntock Ford. Lomita kennels, Los Angeles, third prize, Lomita Patch, whelped July 5, 1892; breeder, Lomta kennela; aire Blernton Volunteer, dam Lomita Wini fred a. Frank Stokes, Pasadena, V. H. C. R., Hampden Tip, whelped August 17,1891; breeder, J. 11. Bullock; aire Blernton Vesuvian, dam Blernton Lilian. 'A. A. Sumner, Los Angles, N. F. C. Blernton Vesnvian (Bob), whelped August 13, 1838; breeder, August Bel mont; sire Lucifer, dam Blernton Vista. Not for competition. ins. McLitchie, San Francisco, V. H. C, Blernton Reefer, wbelped July 31, 18«0; breeder. August Belmont; sire Venio, dam Rachel. Clasa 174—Fox terrier, smooth, open, bitches: A. P. Robinson, Loa Angeles, Bonnie Buena, wbelped January 23, 1892; breeder, C. A. Sumner; sire Blernton Vesuvian, dam Bonnie Hess. F. E. Holden, Los Angeles, third J. S. Borglum'b Great Dane, Titan. prize, Reacroft Myrtle, whelped August 5, 1892; breeder. Seacroft kennels; sire Raby Pailisy; dam Damson. Tbad Lowe, Pasadena, Tisbz, whelped July, 1892; breeder, Mrs. Murray; sire Blemton Vesuvian, dam Monte II. Lomita kennels, Los Angeles, second prize. Lomita Winifred, whelped Octo ber, 17, 1890; breeder, Edward Bo wring; airu Tory, dam Aphrodite. Lomita Kennels, Loa Angeles. V. H. O. R., Lomita Nettle, whelped May 28, 1893; breeder, Lomita Kennels; sire Blemton Volunteer, dam Lomita Wini freda. J. A. Edmonds, University, Sybal, whelped December 28, 1892; bretder, Murray Home; sire Blemton Volunteer, dam Charity. Jaa. Mcl,archie, San Francisco, V. H. C, Mission Belle, whelped March 1, 1893; breeder, owner; sire Blemton Ree'sr, dam Flora. D. Shannon, San Francisco. Stiletto, whelped May 27, 1893; breeder, owner; sire Blemton Reefer, dam Judy. W. G. Brittan, San Francisco, V. H. O.. 11 >uui« Biddy, whalped .vl«rcu :i. 18U3; oreeder, A. Sumner; nlr« Blem ton Volunteer, dam Bonnie Bess. J. A. Sargen', Sargent, first prize, Golden Gem, whelped October 17, 1892; breeder, J. B. Martin; sire Blemtou Reefer, dam Blemton Brilliant. R. Liddel, San Francisco, V. H. C, Nellie, whelped 1889; breeder, C. Thompson; pedigree unknown. Chat. Thomquejt, Los Angeles, V. H. C, Ouasie; dato of birth, breeder and pedigree unknown. Class 176—Fox terrier (smooth) novice dogs. Miss Alice M. Brooks, Santa Monica, second prize, Ned, whelped September 9, 1893; breeder, J. B. Proctor; sire Jock by Blemton Vesuvian, dam Myrtle by Blemton Vesuvian. H. F. Snorting, Sjnth Pasadena, first prize, Fly, whelped December 28, 1892; liraeder, Murray Home; sire Blemton Volunteer, dam Hampden Charity. i ;sb 176—Fox terrier, smooth, novice bitches: Dr. J. A, Edmunds, Loa Angeles, SyblG, entered in class 174 C. A. Sumner, Los Angeles, first prize, Bonnie Blot, entered in class 174. Class 177 —Fox terrier, smooth, dog puppies: Miaa Alice M. Brooks, Santa Monica, Ned, whelped September 9, 1893; breed er, J. B. Proctor; aire Sir Herbet, dam Myrtle. Lomita kennels, Los Angeles, Lomita Spratt, whelped May 25, 1893; breeder, ownet; eire Blemton Volunteer, dam Ljmita Winifreda. W. W. Howard, Eos Angeles, second prize, D.m Juan, wbelped Juue, 1893; breeder and pedigree unknown. John Bradbury, Los Angeles, Tartar, LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 20. 1894. Awarded Hignest V jnors-- rf.o.ivi'a r air. noalUjlakißg _ oal T Pu « Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Millions cf Homes— 40 Years the Standard. whelped October 15, 1893; breeder, H. J. Stewart; pedigree unknown. C. A. Sumner, first pr /. >. Bonnie Brush, whelped May 7, 1893; breeder, owner; sire L. L igan, dam Bonnie Buzz. Class 178 —Fox terrier, smooth, bitch puppies: John Heffernan, Stockton, first prize, De Oro, whelped May 27, 1893; breeder, D. Shannon ; sire Blemton Heeler, dam Judy. Lomita kennels, Loa Angeles, second pr'zs, Lomita Nettle, entered in class 174. f. S. Casey, Los Angeles, V. II. 0. R. Sun«et Vixen, whelped May 20, 1893; breeder, E. Alalin; aire rough, dam Vinette II. C. A. Sumner, Loa Angeles, third pr,ze. Bonnie Blot, whelped Eay 7, 1893; breeder, owner; sire LeLogas, dam Bon nie Buzz. D. Suannon, San Francisco, absent, Stiletto, entered in class 174. Class 203-Pug. dogs: Harry L. Park, University,Balmaceda, whelped July 5, 1891; breeder and pedi gree unknown. Mrs. 8. G. Goucher, Los Angeles, Whit ten Punch, whelped November 27, 1892; breeder, Milt Brodie; eire Beauty, darn Blanche Mrs. W. G. Brittan, San Francisco, Royal Dusky, whelped September I, 1891; breeder, Mr. Myrill; sire Royal Duke, dam Queen Laura. Class 204—I'ug, bitches: Mrs. H. E. Memory, Los Angeles,Baby, whelped January, 1892; breeder and pedigree unknown. Mrs. W. G. Brittan, Sim Francisco, Maud, date ol birth unknown; breeder, Harry L. Goodman ; pedigree unknown, Sam Gerson, Los Angeles, Trickaey, whelped April 19, 1893; breeder, Mrs. Dowse; sire Jock, dam Nig. Clasa 205—Pug, bitch puppies: Miss Sumner, Los Angeles, Victorina, whelped July, 1893; breeder and pedi gree unknown. Class 210—Japanese spaniel, bitches: Ed Gerson, Lob Angeles, Dot; date of birth unknown; breeder, Vang; sire Kee, dam unknown. Class 213 —Miscellaneous, dogs, Mexi can, hairless: A. B. Bates, Los Angeles, Gyp; whelped March, 1892; breeder and ped igree unknown. Class 215 —Kennel of greyhounds: Hugh McCracken, San Francisco, La dy H., Glendyne, Donald M. and Mid night II. 8. Tyler, Pasadena, Falcon, Ponto and Oik Glen Victor. Clasa 210 —Kennel of pointere: Howard Vernon, San Francisco, G'en beiifh, Sally Brass II. and Arabella. Clasa 218—Kennel of Iriah setter;,: A. B. Truman, San Francisco, Dick Swiveler, Lidv Echo T. and Lightning. Class 219—Keanel of Clumber span iels: Ivanhoe kennels. H. 8. Lwerty, pro prietor, Loa Angeles: Bustler, Lviy Florence and Sister. Claes 225—Kennel of fox terriers : Lomita kennels, Los Angeles, Lomita Patch, Ford Veni, Lomita Spratt, Lo mita Winifreda and Lomita Nettie —all entered in previous classes. Class 226—Kennel of St. Bernards : Goucher & Aikman, Long Beach, Ta bithi, Punch and Judy. The loi lowing special awards were also made for the beat animals in the varioua breeds: Mastiff, Bishop, not competing, G. J. Giiffiu's Griffith's Phillip. Mastiff dog puppy, Lomita kennei'a Lomita Rex. Mastiff puppy, Lomita kennel's Lo mita Rex. ob. Bernard >*~~- r~h« a a mi . i.» OaiitortiTa Bernai^o. St. Bernard bitch, C. A. Sheldrick's Lady Thornton. St. Bernard puppy, C. F. A. Last's Pontiff. St. Bernard, John G. Barker's Califor nia Bernardo. Daerheund, J. Ewin Hay's Flora. Great daue, J. G. Borglum'e Marjel. Great dane puppy, Mra. H. E. Small's Figaro. Greyhound dog, P. Curtiea'Skyrocket. Greyhound bitch, 8. Tyler's Pronto. Greyhound puppy, Mrs. 8. Tyler's Oak Glenn Victreas. Pointer dog, E. K. Benchley'a Kan- Koo. Pointer bitch, Mra. H. M. Tonner's Amaryllis. Heavy-weight pointer bitch, Presidio kennel's Little Noll. Light-weight pointer, J. H. Keifer'a Baldy. Pointer puppy, .H. A. Dunton's Lulu King Dow. English setter dog, Godfrey Fritz's Prince Charles. English setter bitch, H, J. Payne's CounJeeB Noble. EngliBh setter puppy, Samuel F. Hughes' 8ilverplate. Irish setter, A. B. Truman's Dick Swiveler. Irish setter dog, open class, A. B. Tru - man's Nemo II. Irish setter bitch, open class, J. M. Keen's Queen of Kiidare, Irish setter dog puppy, Glenmore Kennels' Glenmore Clipper. Irish setter puppy, Glenmore Ken nels' Glenmore Clipper. Gordon setter, George P. Loos' Gyp. Gordon aotter puppy, John M. Ed wards' Roxie. Spaniel, E. S. Slater'B Gypsy Jane. Water spaniel, A. Lorabach'a Bar ney L. Iri8h water apaniel, A. LorBbach's Barney L. Cocker spaniel, E. S. Slater's Gvpsy Jane. Cocker spaniel dog, E. E. Miller's Woudiand Duke. Cocker spaniel bitch, E. 8. Slater's Gypsy Jane. Ohespeake B-y, Thomas Kigga' Trout. Collie dog, J. B. Banniug's Fordhock Bravs. Coolie bitch, J. B. Banning's Aunt Dinah. Pug dog, Kirry L. Park's Balmaceda. Pug bitch, Sam lieraou's Tiiekaey. Pug puppy, Miaa Sumner's Victorina. Japanese spaniel, Ed GerBou'a Dot, Mexican hairless, A. B. Bates' Gypsy. Pointer or s-jlter with beat held trial record, A. B. Truman's Patti (Jroxteth. Light-weight pointer with field trial record, A. B. Truman's Patti Orox.etb. Brace ol Irian betters, A. B. Truman'a Dick Swiveler and Lidy Echo T. Clumber Ditch, Ivanhoe kennels' Lady Florence. Kennels of dogs, A, B. Truman's Irish setters. Bull lerr er. W. N, Collins' Little Star light. Fox terrier dog, Edwin Oaweton's Rahy Rasper. Fox terrier bitch, J. A. Sargent's Golden Gem. Fox terrier. Edwin Cawaton's Raby Rasper. Fox terrier dog puppy, C. A. Bumner's Bonnie Brush. Fox terrier bitch puppy, John Heffer nan'a De Oro. Fox terrior bred in California, J. A, Sargent'nGolden Gem. Second best fox terrier dog, Lomita kennels' Ford Veni. Second best fox terrier bitch, John Hefferuan'e De Oro. Second best fox terrier puppy, M. W. Howard's Don Juan. Second best fox terrier bitch puppy, Lomita kenneli' Lomita Nettle. Best fox terrier dog, novice class, H. F. Shorting's Fly. Best fox terrier bitch, novice class, C. A. Sumner's Bonnie Blot. The following are awards to members of the Pacific Fox Terrier club: Best fox terrier dog, open claas, Edwin Cawston'a Raby Rasper. Second best terrier dog, open class, Lomita kennels, Ford Vent. Beat fox terrier bitch, open class, J. A. Sargeut'a Golden Oem. Second best fox terrier bitch, open class, Jobn Heffernan's De Oro. Best fox terrier dog puppy, C. A. Sumner's Bonnie Brush. Second best fox terrier dog puppy, Lomita kennels, Lomita Spratt. B-iat fox terrier bitch puppy, John Heffernan's De Oro. Second beet fox terrier bitch puppy, Lomita kennels, Lomita Nettle. Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly usecf. Tho many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by "more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxati'-e principles embraced in the rented v, Syrup of Figs. 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MUSIC MAI.*. 231 South Spring Street SIXTH ANNUAL DOG SHOW Given by the Southern California Kennel Club will be held WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY APRIL 18-21. AdmlsFion 25c Children 15c NEW VlK.Ntf*, BUFFET. Court St., Bet, Mam and Spring Sts. F. KERKOW, Proprietor and Manager. Free Refined Kntertainment livery Sveains From 7130 until 12 aud Saturday Matinee From 1 to 4 P. M. GREATRST ATTRACTION Oi 1 ' THU SUASON! The Famous BISON CITY QUARTETTE America's Representative Stutters. Fiist appearance of the Favorite' English Comic Bineer. -S MADELINE FRANKSir AND TH <t CtLKBRATHD BERTH KAMIIiY OR' HES TRA. MISS HAROUBtiiru BSRt'H, Directress. MISS SOI'HiB ilittTil, First Violin. Fine Commercial Lunch. The tines: cu.siue and meals a la carto at alt hou-s. j 3-23 tf ! mnmAH*vv*v*vvHvvvv* * ♦ j FINE TAILORING! ♦ Perfect Fit, Best of Workman- ♦ | % ship at Moderate Prices, go to % J THE TATI.OBf. J : Rules for Measurement. * Cloth Samples Scut Free. ♦ | 143 S. SPRING ST., Bryson Block. | ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ J. M. Griffith, Hres't. J. T. Griftkh, V.-Pres't T. E. Nichols, See'y and Treas. R L. Chandler, Superintendent. J. M. Griffith Co., LUMBER DEALERS And Manufacturers of DOOR<, WINDOWS, BLINDS AND STAIRS Mill work of every description. Iti tl i)34N A lam..da st., Los Angeles. & CO.'S LUMBER YARDS AND PLANING MILLS, 316 Commercial street, Los Angeles, Cal. Spaiisii Sportsana Pastime; Three Days Grand Enta:tainment I Coronado Beach. April 21 £3 21. an i ntfirettHaj Progr*tnin» Conalatln or Con-hoys JLaaaolng Wild Cattli Broochn Hraaklng, bonks* Kaol»jj lady Hurdtt> Rao*f. Indian Rkc«* an Danooa, lllilnyj mt Riaga, Halt Jr.fjh tug, Kto. Saturday, April 21. Keiee No. I. Cowboys lassoing wild cr.tfls on horseback, catt'e down .nd trfni ti-eru resrly for branding. Premium. $15 to IBi vsqoero «ho nerv mnl shes ( t In tbe snortei t me; '10 to tbe second: Y> to the tblrd. "»ra Ma. *. a b«od of the wildest eattl unlng loose on th» tr*ck: 25 vaqueros te catcl lining cattle by their tails a-»d tnrow them fe " ground without the aid of riataa. Kace No. 3. BionchJ breaking; the wildest st vicious bnr-ni known id California, Mextp Arlzo 'a. will be gathered r'p: each vaqu'vi •it omoates to bring the *!1 !e»t horse o'naiu le. The judge* willthcn select the rtders bi i /t, to Insure riders having horses that the) k nw nothing sboul, and the one tbat tides beat will reoeive (SO; second 125 Rare Ko. 4. The vaqneros who tntend t« compjte are to me the same horrea aud eqnip ment that they do In auy of the earupetittvj events, and mate a thr.o eighths mile dash First prise, |8J; second, 116 Raoe Ho. 5. .lack rahitta are to be tome* loose on the race course, givjn llfty yards start then six pairs of hounds will be unleashed a different tlmos, and the owner o ihe pair of dngi that eatohes the rabbit quickest receives HO second 15. Kaoe No. «■ Donkey race, gentlemen s don key rioe, facing tallward. Course ltO yarda; p emlum »5. Kaoe No. 7. Same competitors to ride IN y.irds, dismount, and be handed thread ana needle, thread the needle, go to starting poini a.id then return to judges stand. Premium M Race No. 8. Gentlemen's whiskey sj •oda race Monday. April 23. Kaoe No 1. C whoys lass ,Ing wild cattle, on horieback, eto , repeated as oa jcsterJay. Race No. 3. A band of the wildest csttls nirnieg loose on the track; ia vsqneros to oaten the runni'.g cattle by thvir tall l , aud throw traen •.o the ground without tha aid of rlatas. Kane No. S. Hurdle raca: lady eonteatanti on'v. First prize, lady's gold watoh; seoond pvlzj, lady's saddle; third arize, lady's bridle Horsemanship, not speed of horse. Race No. 4. Loug-dlstanee race by the cele brated tuners from the famons'Yama tribe ol Arizona, who will raca in their native costoma of breech-r loth. Kace No. 5. Donkey raoo. Starting from Judges' stand, going one-eighth ot a mile and \ "ttot So^?^Wtm8 l Kt:-sln tneir own burros, in rac», starting at Judges' sUnd g'tng one-fourth mile and rtturnlng ; two heats, Ural rollug ant the sacou'l driving the burros. First race, premium, *»; second race, »10. Kaoe No. 7. Six rl-.lokeos will be barlcd la tbe sand, leaving only their lrans out; vaqueros; turned loose andglven the chioseas and *T for ibe head of every chlosen obulaed while their horse Is on the "dead" run Kace No. 8. Tho wlldeat hocking bronchoi are turned 100-e without bridle, saddle, rope ot equipment of any kind. To the vaqneio who ride, these wild, untamed antmalf, unaldtd In any way. the best, a premium of »50 will o* given, Race No. 9. The bull fight This part ot the entertainment is that it p rent Until tba Iwt ol the day'?, wrf .rmun-es. TtaO wilrtebt bul s tha'. run bu foumi will bp let In a corral 100 UH iquare. To the b«Dt an<l moat bucogmlul inn t id or with his who anr ceeds in vanquishing the hull, a premiux of fdO will be given, Tuesday* April 24. Rao* No. l. unu and one-half initodatfa be tweon laddla horses thnt havenever com peted or rim a race on any trick, fcirat prize, %r>b Bcccatl $40 Eutrmico iff Jl5 Kace No. a. cowDoy. lasimng wild nattlo, on horst bark, thro I if hern down ready for branding Kirat prize, Hi; a.co-.d. $'»; third, K. Kace No. 3. A i and of the w.ldest cattle running loose on the tr*cfc 2fi voq-.tero-i to cati-h the running cattle by thetr tails aud tniow theui ' to the ground witnotit the aid of rlatas Race No. 4, Broncho breaking, ?ic re ! pea ted as on the tlrst ray. ! Bars No. c. The wildest hull mat fought 1 the day colore will be iet lonse on the track aud : t avaquerowhorldea it successfully, bareback, ' w thout harness, recfifes *2.i. •tare No. (1. Picking up coins; tin will be : .-ied on the track and the vaqueros who snc j ii in picking theaiflereutcol. sup, with their s on the full gallop, and without leaving ! r saddle, may i.eep the co.ns. Race No. 7. Tilting nt rings; SlO to drat; (a loaecei-d. Mexlcam frum Mexico propone to vanquish the Anglo-Saxons In tais race. Kac* No. 8. Squaw da live by wild Indiana. Wat Danes by wild ''Buekg." Race No. 10. Tho bull fight repsated in the same manner as the nay before. If lt is found that these entertainments cannot be carried oat In the three days, they will be con tinued over and be finished on Wednesday. The entertaiuraent will take place at tbe Coro-. nado rac* track, under the management ot Marco A. Forsler. and the necessary police farce to keep order will be furnished. The bull pen will be built directly opposite tha grand stand and the judges' stand w.l. be re moved. In ad- ltion a large and commoriloua stand ls to be built around three sidoo' the bull it o. and these securing reserved seats will be promoted In them. Tho judges will b» Poncho Pico of San Jacinto, Cal.; Toma. AlvaraCo of Tia Juana, Mexico, and Junn T. Forater of Los Angeles. Cal. These sports are Intended >o be made the most complete ami thoroughly enjoyable, an* of aa Spanish a nature as possible, and the Intention; is to repeat them each year. All of the great? monthlies of the country will have their artisUJ on the ground. ''or further particulars Inquire of T. D Teaman*, 189 North Spring street, iLoa Angeles. 5