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FISCHER DOES CLEVER RIDING BRINGS HOME CARTHAGINIAN AT LONG PRICE Two Fnvorltea and Three Heavily Played Second Choices olvo the Talent an Even Break Hut two favoritos re\vnrcl<-<l their backers at Ascot yesterday afternoon. 'iii,' bookies, however, did not have anything on the public as three heavily played second choices and a long snot backed from 80 to 10 to 1 canio homo •winners. . Those who backod Carthaginian and Bonnie Keg havo Jockey Fischer to thank, as he rode a masterly finis!: on each one and outrode the othor JoCKlcl when It came to a pinch. Fischer also brought In second Miss Martha, which ■was heavily played for place and show. Jockey Harris celebrated his return to the saddle by riding two winners. Nnppa with Knapp In the saddle and played from 6 to 5 to 1, beat the gate and bid her field farewell by opening a •rap of three lengths, which She held un til tho finish. Miss Martha was third all the way where she began to tire, but Etcher kept her going long enough to save, the place from Derdom nt 80 to 1. lllusion,I Illusion, the 7 to 10 shut, was weakly ridden and pocketed most of the way. Throw out this race as he can do bet ter. King Ahab was never In the hunt. Carthaginian gladdened the hearts of the long shot pikers when Jockey Fischer in a desperate drive managed to get his nose in front of Ed Tracy, which with Mirabel, a 100 to 1 «hot, made all the pace until the stretch, •where Royal Ascot joined them and lasted long enough to be third from the 8 to 6 favorite Irish Maid. Mirabel quit badly In the last eighth. Bribery, the favorite In the third race, got a flying start and gained an advantage that probably won her the race. Antara backed from 4 to 2V4 to 1 •was knocked off his stride at the start and had to pro all round his field. Bel chamber finished with a rush and would have been second In a few more jumps. Marie 31 showed speed for a half then quit. May do in very cheap company. The handicap, as usual, brought the crowd to its feet as the finish between the first three horses was so close that the judges were the only ones in a po sition to tell which one won. Reservation was the heaviest backed horse in the race, proinsr to tn,' posl ai 4 nfter 7 to 1 could be had at one time. Wrenne closed at 20 to 1 and the Curl entry, Orilcne and Chimney Sweep, closed at 4 to l. Yon Tromp, the favor ite, was backed. from 2'b to 1 to II to .",. J. R. Laughrey and Wrenne ran head and head for six furlongs, when the former stopped and Preston brought up Orilene. which looked an easy winner at the paddock sat, . Wrenne would noi be d( nled nnd bun:? on like a bull dog wh< n the big Cayuga gelclinfr Reservation came like a shot and just managed to get up In time to win in the last jump from Wrenne with Orilene a nose behind. Preston made his move too booii with 1 1 1 • • latter or would surely have won. Yon Tromp was close up to the pare ;ill the way but quli the final eighth. The finish of this race reflects hiphly on the good work Sei retary Boden has effected all season. Madden was played in the sixth race from L' to 1 t" 6 to 6 and many of his backers were of the opinion that it was nil over but the shouting. Bonnie Re^'.s odds reached i to l when the wise play sent his price to ?■ to 1. The Mist closed at 6 to l. and Critic was held nt 15 to 1 at all stages of Hi' betting. Fischer goi Bonnie Reg off well with Nothing the runner up the first half and Search Me third turning Into the stretch. Bonnie was Inclined to stop at the ■paddock but Fischer put up a good finish and stalled off The Mist, which outran finished like a boll of greased liphtninK. I'ritic got up In the jump to get third from Nothing. Sly Ben ami Search Me quit after going a good half. Madden could not raise a gallop. After the race J, B. Dunn boosted the winner to $800, but the extra five was forthcoming and h, vent back to his old bar... This boost was In retaliation of Mon day's fifth race when J. W. Blalock, the owner of Bonnie Reg, clalme I Line of Life from J. B. Dunn for $1025. Givonnl Hal, Tin, t li- • 2 t" 1 favorite, got away on his stride in the sixth race and made every pos) a winning one. but was driven out to stall of < Jotilllon's determined challenge in the stretch. Cadichon was third all the way. Knapp look Prince Chlng after tli. pace and had nothing left to finish with, d the old hon a has but one run In him. Josle'a Jewell and Golden Qreen bumped each other at thi tart and had no Cham i thereafter. While Preston and McDanlcl were skylarking In the betting ring y< Kterday afternoon Preston ran Into an Iron pillar and was knocked senseless for fifteen minutes. Friends revived him and ii waa feared he wee badly hurl at firm. An i itlon n I the 1 that ho had ill hia tei th kn icked looi • . Jockey Preston was fli I starter in the first race for bad bohuv lor at the post. Frank Eiegan, m ho trail he will ii,'t i tart hi • old In thi Uorb Friday. Today's Probabilities There is Quantity Kalore In most of the events for this afternoon, but Quality la lacking. There should be some good exciting sport us tile Holds are ovenly matched. Two-year-old maidens will fai ■■ thi> starter in the? first nice. Adrian showed good form her only two outs and should about earn bracket. 1 ! today, Snapdn can go some after hi leaves the barrier nP.n H lUTi^uivthlnji brats the top one this lTBPinillUHliwii. 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JUrrls 6 8 X .... en 5 3 15 '" MIM Ml King Mill. (114) liH.llk" 7 6«4 6h .... 62 65 I 10 B KI Bt. Or Hi" : Kum l 7n 7 2 .... 71 7 4 II tiO am ll.p.'ti-ui (100) MrPanlol 2 51 fin ... a .8 I '-' 1» Time— 24«t, 4S'4, 1:1/1%. At post 4 minutes, (iff 1:81. V.ilne to winner $3-'. r >. Win ner b. c. Solitaire 11. -Alma Dale. Owner Jan CufTey. Htnrt food Won easily. Second driving. Scratched Knmsark. Nnppa 6 to 6 place, 1 to ii Rhow. Martha i\i to 1 place, even show. Derdom Xto 1 sli.>w. Field even Man displayed brilliant I speed all the way, easily holding the Held secure. Martin came through fast Hum tlKhlh. I'i'fdnni tired ti.-idly last sixteenth, All SKCOND RACG-7 furlongs; mnldcn S-yfnr-oid*. **•*• BBCOIfD RACB-7 furlongs; mnliien ,1-yrar -ol.ln. lnI In lloiwc. Awe Wt. Jockey. .St. V, \i % tit. Kin. ,up. Cl.' 4u44 u4 (.'7irtiiiiKli;ftui (107) ............ Fischer" i 3n 4 2 3 i ivi 1'» -'" 12 R SS Kd Tracy (104) Preston 522 12 Hi 23 2V* I » 3 03 Koyal Ascot (104) Koerner B 43 3 1 I] Ih3l ,4 4 ■ ■■■ Irish Mall (10B) ltadtke] 7 f. h 6 1 in 11 «li 7-5 M .. Orello (107; Bookefill! PI d H r> 1 41 In i i '■- 2 00 Mirabel (104) Kuiii 2 Hi 3 1 92 '■ '.- 6 1 50 tiO Cadet (101) U. Smith 11 13 1-' 11 I' l 7h jtO 40 1 877 Miss Hlmyar (102) Brunsel 9 10 2 10 1 fl h IU sii M ISO 1 01 lixtranell (102) Netiberl 4 81 M 10 3 7Si 9 1 100 WO 4 09 Long Nick (104) „ J. Harris 3 71 5 1 7 n 10 1 10 2 30 -'• ■I ■! Norden (104) Carroll 8 6' 3 7h |U 11 11 30 M : l"l H.-iy.i-ltur ii'ij) Talliort|lo 116 111 Hied. 1- i.'- Time— 48Vi. 1:18, I:29H< At post 1 minutes. Off 2:17. Value to winner J3:«. Winner b, c. St Symphorlen Owner Blmwood Farm. Start good. Won driving, Second me, Scratched K. 11. 11. Overwelghl Irish Mall 4 pounds. Car thnglnlnn 5 to i place, 24 to l show, Tracy S to 5 place, 4 to 5 show. Ascot 7 to 10 show. Carthaginian finishing fast on outside of others wore down Tracy final strides. Tracy in Inn* stretch drive tired only Closing strides. Ascot failed to May whorl pinch enrm*. ___^___^_____— _ 4 23 THIRD RACE- Futurity eoun«i 8-year -olds and up; selling. ln.I In. I lias.-. Age. Wi. Jockey. St. ~ t ~2~ 2 \ St. Fin. |Op. CJTT (403)( 403) bribery 4 (110) ,C. Kos- 2 1 '.'■■ 15 .... 12 144 7-5 9"-5 <H>7 Antara 1(112) J. Harris 8 6 41 .... 24 2h 4 11-5 4 04 Helchamber 8 (102) Preston 3 4h 5 3 .... 4 4 3 3 i nt 4 00 1.. Gladstone 4 (110) Hadtke 5 -1 3h .... 5 l 4 IVa 10 ib 3 87 Neatness 4 (110) McDanlel 4 6 h 8 .... 6 6 5 10 12 .. Marie 11. 5 dim Wright 1 3 h L' h .... 33 ii 30 12 Time- 24, 4S'i. 1:10. At post 3 minute*. Off 2:40. Value to Winner J3-S. Winner e h. m. Voter-Handmaid. Owner H. T. Offut. Start Kurd. Won easily. Second driving. Bribery "to 10 place, l to 4 show. Antara ft to 10 place, l to 3 show. Hol chamber Ito 2 show, Bribery showed brilliant speed, never leaving result In doubt. Antara early outpaced came through fast final eighth on outside of others. Hel ena mber cut oft frequently got clear final 100 yards and finished fast under pun lshment. 4 24 FOURTH RACE -1 1-16 miles; 8-year-olds arid up. l ! \l Home. Age. Wt. Jockey. Si. '-« V* % St. Fin. |Op. Cl XHX H Reservation a (102) J. Harris 3 4~IM ; 1 lii 41 lh Ii 4 52 Wrenne 4 (09) McDaniel 8 22 lh In 23 2h 10 20 4 13 Orllene 4 (102) Preston 4 TVs till oh lh 32 •:■' ■ 4 4134 13 Ormonde* Right 6 (106). J. Hennessey 8 8 8 l\b 7:; 514 4 1 8 6 3 04 Chimney Sweep 6 (86) F.Ryan 8 82 8 0 7h51 •— — 3 94 Btillcho a (101 11. Smith 6 6 1 7 I'^ 83 SI 6h 15 20 ( 382) Mvius a (90) C. Rosa l 5 2's 41 : 8 1 6h 7h 15 IB 8 52 Yon Tromp 5 (112) Radtke 5 8 IV4 3 2 31 9 81 2V4 12-:. iJK'.'.i li. I.anghi-py 3 il>M Wiley; 7 11) .'2 21 3h 9 ''. 1-' Time— 24%, 48i4, 1:14%, 1:47%. At post ,'. minutes. Off 3:21. Value to winner ISOO. Winner b. g. Cayuga-Aragon. Owner H. O. Bedwell. Start good. Won driving. Second same. Scratched Cello. Reservation 8 to 5 place, 7 to 10 show. Wrenne S to l place, 4to 1 show. Curl entry 7to l" show. Reservation finished with an lrresistible rush, nipped out Wrenne. Latter in a desperate lnst eighth drive out stayed Orilene. Latter stood a last eighth drive with rare gameness. •Coupled iii netting. 4 25 FIFTH RACE— 6 furlongs; 4-year-olds and up; selling. ln. Horse. Ago. Wt. _ Jockey.. St. y t ', a »4» 4 bt. Fin. |Up. Cl. 4004 00 Bonnie Reg 6 (106) *.. .Fischer 111 lh .... 12 l'h 2% 3 3 62 The Mist a (107) Preston 5 8 2 86 .... 5»4 2 4 6 5 3 60 'Critic 4 (107) .'. Talbert 8 7 2 oh 4h 3h 15 .'5 M <is) Nothing I (106) Butwell 9 til 111 Oh 4 2 i3O 40 4 14 Madden 6 (109) Koerner 1 6V4 4 1 .... 3h 5 3 | 2 7-5 8 49 Search Me 4 (106) McDanlel 3 a> 5 31 7 'i 6% 15 )2 3113 11 Sly Ben 4 (109) Radtke 2 21 2h 2'« 71 4 6 2'2 2' i Qilpln 6 (108) Hooker 8 9 9 .... 9 820 100 100 .. Interlude 'I tins) Grandl 7 41 i; '; .... M 9 100 100 Time— 23*4. 18, 1:14, At post 2 minutes. Off 3:57. Value to winner $325. Win ner b. a Register-Bonnie Lee. Owner J. W. Hlalock. Start good. Won driving. Second easily. Scratched Desmages, Gov. Orman. Bonnie 4 to 5 place. 2 to 5 show. Mist Bto 5 place, Ito 6 show. Critic 3 to 1 show. Reg had to be hustled out at end to withstand Mist's rush. Mist finished fast and was gaining rapidly en winner closing strides. Critic finished strongly und^r whip 4 26 SIXTH RACE— I mile; 3-year-olds an d up. l ITT Horse. Age. Ui Jockey. ,St. \ t _ ~. -\ St. Fin. |Op. Cl. ( 411) OlV.'BaleriO I (108) .....J. Harris 2 12 12 13 13 1% 3-2 13-3 (40SJ Cotillion 5 (111) Radtke 3 4h 5h S 1 * 4i 2 2 2 2% 3»i 4114 11 Cadichon 4 illm Wiley 751 8 1V.32 :'j 3 5 4 4 4054 05 Prince Ching a (111) W. Knapp 4 22 2H2h 32 43 8 6 3933 93 Josie's Jewell 4 (106) Preston 9 82 9 6 M 481 5h 4 its •10:1 Lord Rossington 3 if-7'..J. Hennessey 6 71 4h 4 3 5 2 6ti 30 50 Capable a (111) CallahanU 97 8h 820 7u 7n 160 200 333 33 AvontellUß 1 (101) Fischer 1 3h Oh 7 3 8% 8 4 50 60 •■■, Kitty McCarthy 3 (92) Brussel 8 6 6 710 8% 910 910 100 150 141 14 li.ild'en Green '. fill) NeubertilO 10 10 10 10 1" 300 500 Time— 24H. 49. 1:15, 1:42. At post 5 minutes. Off 4:.' 1 -. Value to winner $325. Win ner blk p. Pontlac-Pandora. Owner Mrs. J. Curl. Start poor. Won handily. Sec end easily. Scratched Lady King, Elnta, Mohur. Balerio 6 to 5 place, 3 to 5 show. Cotillion 6 to 6 place, 1 to 2 show. Cadichon 4 to 5 show. Balerio had to be hustled out slightly in closing strides to withstand fash finishing Cotillion's challenge. 1 atter came through fast final eighth, finishing with belated rush. Cadichon under whip faltered fimil sixteenth. 'Apprentice allowance. p.. Nt part in Belectlng the winner. It Americano is anywhere near the form he displayed here last time ho ran he should win hands down. The betting will tell. Tax,'.' nnd Reeves will probably have a tussle for the place money. Tramotor and Lillian Ayres have an excellent chance to be among the first three at the finish. ASCOT SELECTIONS BY THE CHICAGO EXPERTS Special to The Herald. CHICAGO, Feb. 10. — Following nre Hie Bully Itnrlnu Form'ii selections for tomorrow's rueeM lit tacotl i \ilrinn, l.ukie'n Tlirimh, Tnlleu. — Winsome Ways, Lady Kitty, Jo- Mi»- S. — Iliiiilniln, St. i:ilK:ir, Pint Peep. 4 si cornel, Line at Life, Revolt, s —Tim— Tim llurHt, Slippery, Bauble, — \iu«tl«-!iu<>, Tiix.-r, I.lllluu Ayre». ASCOT ENTRIES Fins HACK— a.-a furlongs; purse. 2422 42 Playful Boy MOGI 407 Adrian fOo ■hi Ed Davits ie.'; 118 Mucall 103 .. Hei i lU-ljol, Ch. 356 Talien 1"-' Uunuocas - MU- 410 Carmellna ....." dred Jewell. , .1061 107 Snapdragon , -l" 3!,73 !,7 Karodo . 106 ::■■• I. ike's Thrush*9i SECOND HACK— (i furlongs; purse. 1:11 :1 Illusion LIBI '■■■" Ponemuh 107 -H /.. in,.! 107 401 Esther U 1", 3593 59 Joßie H M 7 100 Melur 107 •■hi Winsom WaylO7 281 Vlnorslna .... 10] 3al3 3al Lady Kitty. .-lull 4UI Budapest 107 THIRD RACE-1 mile; purse L'O 1. Roslnßton.lo6 Mi Irish Mil 102 UuijElmdala 105 m First '■ ■!' ii iu ssa St, Ed) [ lußjßanlada iiw ■uW) St. Albanß.".T.lo2| FOURTH HACK- 1 mile; purse 8928 92 odthorpo ii- 1 120 liologna 107 & Col, Jironslonll:'l >10 Gold Spot lU7 (41S)Stoesael 109 408 Revolt .........107 .:■;, .lack Ulttli --I 1"I 1 " 41'J Line of Ltte...lu. iM Mountebank .uo! i-ii -i |.-| H HACK— (! furlongßj purse. 4154 15 Tim Hurst.. T.US 168 |:l iin.iitlial .112 a;i itlful and 406 Little (Jregg...lia jjout 116 345 Pai ting Jtnle.llo 4 4 'ii Kinsman .. 115 417 Bauble ii" ih Aiitiira 11- »:« i' il.st:irt 102 3U33 U3 DennwijoH .^..lUk^Slippery luu SIXTH HACK ■■ furlongs; pirrse. .. Llbertlnua .T.IIOI 801 lilll ilontgmy.lo7 7 0 Amerluano ,;.110 868 Tramotor 107 ■'-:; Avalon llu; 103 Myrtle D LOB 4ia Heavea i<»Ti 293 Ha In 'loud. ...105 :m: m Walker 101 403 i.niiim res..lOß 1731 73 Verltai VlncltlO7l .. Manera IOC Ski Coma* 1071 303 Hello of I'orl 4004 00 Taxer 107| hind 109 •Apprentice allowance, ELKS TO MEET ON DIAMOND i-;ii<i -;ii< baseball l« scheduled for Chutes park Sunday afternoon next, hen the Santa Jim-bam Antlers lock with the Angel city lodge, Long Sluoe have the. lo'.'al Elks proved themselves formid able on the. diamond and should the. northern contingent get away with the guiui 11 will be only lifter a hard strug gle. " Pop!" "Yes, my son. "Why da |ieopli! travel incog?" "To show that they tm\ a wheels, I suppose, my boy."— Vonkors Statesman. LOS ANGELES HERALD! WKDNKSOAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1007. PALMER ASKS FOR BIG MATCH ENGLISHMAN WOULD MEET JACK O'BRIEN Requests Manager McCarey for Date with the Phi ladelphlan— Wants to Fight for Purse of $5000 Thai .lack Palmer, the English mid dleweight champion, haa aerloua thoughts of coming to America -was made evident yesterday not only from New York dispatches, hut by a letter which Tom McCarey received from the British rlngater. in his letter <•> McCarey Palmer gives February 16 as the date of his de parture from England, though Judging from tho latest reports he has deferred the trip. Palmer asks McCarey for a battle with jack O'Brien, asserting a willingness to k>> for a purse of $">OUO. McCarey has not given the rcqueat Berlous consideration as yet, though something may possibly be In order shortly. There does not Beem a great probability ol O'Brien entering upon an extensive training campaign other than for Tommy Burns, as tin- date of that battle la now drawing close, LIPTON HAS COMPETITOR FOR THE AMERICA'S CUP By A»i ati <J Prea NEW STORK, Feb. 18, The report comoi from Cllaagow through well In formed sourcea of yachting Information thai there is a possibility of another challenger appearing from the other aide tor the Amerli ;i'k oup Ini sir t. Upton, The second aapirant 1s said to be Xi n v I h U, C ark, a well known English yachtaman. [I I laid Ar, Clark haa definitely ni:i,i» up i.is mind to challenge, bul he will wait until the end of the coming lummw to give Blr Thomaa the chance t,, g«t in ills fourth challenge if he ,-tiii dealrea a rai c, bul In i hi r tin- mailer b, h, ; undetermined at thai n Mr, Clark will send his chal ind take pn cedi nee over the Irish baronet. JOHNBON DEFEATS FELIX Uy Aaaoolated i KVUNIfiVi >• a> WHW H i •■!.. itt Ju.k .loliimoii, I 111- \ M.irl, i,i, ihikHUi, loilu.v il. l.jilnl l-il.r I'rliv. lln- •olort-tl lira\j- MViKkl rluiiniiif \UMlinliu. lv Itwi Ulluulf* ol llblllluK- SIR BRILLAR WINS BALLYHOO POOR START MARKS FEATURE EVENT Gateway Only Other to Qet Away on Even Term* — Joound Capture* the Mile and Sixteenth Event By Associated Tress. BANFRANCIfCO, Feb. 19.— At Km eryvtllo today the Hallyhoo handicap at live and one-half furlongs was won easily by Sir Hrlllar, after a. poor start. Gateway beluß the only OttMT mho to gel on OH ;inythln~ like even terms. The milt iin.i B sixteenth event went to Jocund, theUßh Mandator ran i game rac* and Avonalli did remark" ably well. Hesults: First nice, three nnd a half 'furlongs Qage Tayler, n^ i wuilntnn), 8 to l, won: IrlKh Mike. 11] (Miller), 11 to 6, second: Wllmoore, 112 (Homer), , r i to 1, third: time, 0:48 I!-'- Sand riper, Uln moore, QfonogOi Uncle Sum, St. Avon, Jack Pliilne and MoSSback also ran. Becond race, live and a half furlong* Painty Morsel, 107 (A. Urown), 16 to 1, won; Avotia, 107 (Homer), 7 to -. second; Hortle A, 107 (McHride), 5 to 1. third; time, 1:10 1-... Dave Weber. Te talUS, Hosel, Azusa. Jezebel, Weather ford, Anopus, Karoly I nnd Flespir aISO ran. Third race, mile nnd a sixteenth, sell inc; Andrew Mack, 107 (Kettig), 7 to 2, won; Isabellta, 102 iMcLaughlln), 9 to 2, second: Cherlpe, 102 (Galtndo), 12 to 1. third; time. 1:61 1-5. Lone Wolf, Aim. Trapsetter, Ilmatar, Jackful and The Mlssourian also run. Fourth race, six and a half 'furlongs. the Hallyhoo handicap— Sir Hrlllar, 10r> (Miller), S to 5, won; Gateway, 105 (Graham), IS to 5, second; Ethel Day, i»"> (Horner)i 10 to 1, third; time, 1:21 l-.">. Ocean Shore, Martinmas and St. Francis also ran. Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth. sell ing—Jocund. 108 (Miller), 4 to l. won; Mandator, 104 (Scovllle), 3 to 1, second; Avonalls, !'ii (Charbonneau), 4o to l. third; time, 1:49 2-5. Beechwoo,l and Fulleta also ran. sixth race, mile — Edwin Gum, i"7 (W. Miller). » to 10, won; Blagg, 92 (B. l>ugan), 8 to 5, second; Hlue Byes, 107 (Homer), 40 to 1, third; time, 1:42. Miss Hilly, Alderman liatt and Little Min ister also ran. EMERYVILLE ENTRIES By Associated Press. OAKLAND. Feb. 19.— Following are the Emeryville entries for Wednesday: FIRST HAi'K-i furlonjjs; ii-year-olds ; purse— Hilly Watkins, 114; Bravoure, 111; Raratan, loT; Pajarlota, 114; Bardona, Uu; Ocellta, 107; Bunker Hill, 110; Druilger, 10. SIiCOND RACE-7 furlongs; 4-year-olds ind up; soiling— Peggy O'Nell, 106; Me chant, »0; iron Watson, 9S; l,cra Heed. 104; Miller's Daughter, 99; Lone Wolf, 11; Hogolnmn. 101; Dorado, 94; Rose Cherry, BU; T.ilamund, UM; El I'llmei-o. 107; Royal Maxim. LO2. THIRD RACE— 7 furlongs; 3-year-olds and up; gelling Head Dance, ie 7; Silver Bue, 106; i hlef Wlttman, 107; Col. Jewell, 104; Fred Bennet, 101; Burnolette. 102; i'l-ustise. 'J.i; l'e.-rles.s l.ass, .->3; Watchful, '.':■; I iialful, 107; Florence Fonso, l(Jb; Prince Magner, ut. FUL'KTH HACK— I 1-16 miles; the Briar Sweet handicap; 3-year-olds and up; purse — .Sir Edward, 115; Dusty Miller, 106; Rub ric. 104; Beechwuud. 'J7; Ramua, 98. FIFTH RACE— IV 6 mile.s; 4-year-olds nd up— Byronerdale, M 7; Jake Moose, 107; Morendo, i"7; Hooligan, h>7; Gov. Davis, 107; lsmallan, 105. SIXTH RACE— 6 furlongs; 8-year-olds and up; purse— Grasscutter, 101; Billy Mayham, n>7; Whisky King, 110; Sea Lad. 106; Entre Nous. 105; Brushup, 101; Hedgethorn. 108; Mitre, 91; Little -Mirth ful, 107; Pontntoc, 107; Ethel Thatcher, 106; Clydeo, 110. FAIR GROUNDS RESULTS By Associated Press. NEW ORLEANS,. Feb. 19.— Fair grounds results: First race, mile, Belling— Bye Bye II won, Bargantua second, Schroedor's Midway third; time, 1:45 1-5. Second race, four furlongs— Blue Lee won, E. M. Fry second, Lattice third; time. 0:49 3-5. Third race, six furlongs, selling- Rusk won, tJotholene second, Afjrat third; time, 1:16. Fourth race, mile— Western won, Bonart second, Voting third; time, 1:14 4-j. Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth, sell ing—Light Note won, Paul Clifford sec ond. King Ellsworth third; time, 1:61. Sixth race, five and a half furlongs— Captain Taylor won, Rickey second, .Mary Morris third; time, 1:09 1-5. Seventh rare, mile and sixteenth, selling— Gamester won. Caronal second, li. F. Williams third: time, 1:61 2-5. OAKLAWN RESULTS By Aaaociated Press HOT SPRINGS, Ark , Feb. 19.—Oak lawn results: First race, four furlongs— Beaa Ward won, Dandy Dancer second, Hollow third; time :49. Second race, five and a half furlong •Buren Arnold won, Broken Melody second, Reine Ri genl third; time 1:08 8-6, Third race, six furlongs— The Bear won, Lady Vaahtl Becond, Lieber Gore third: time 1:14. Fourth race, mile and seventy yards- Thistle Dow won, Balden second, Flori zi-l third; time i:4i 1-8 Fifth race, mile -Flip won, J. D. Dunn second. Demo third; time 1:414-5. sixth race, aeven furlonga — Tyrolean won, Concerl second, Katie Zitt third; time 1:288-6, TAYLOR DEFEATS ROBERTS IN FINAL SERIES In lln> third nnd lltiiil aariM of six gamea Cy Taylof won by '.*-\ pins lant night from E. M. Roberts on Morley'a alloya. In 'he flral serlei Taylor av eraged 208 8-6 to Roherta' 187 1-6, and in th, second Taylor 162 to Roberta 207. For the eighteen gamei Taylor's to tals were :ii',T\ average '-'<i 4 6-ix-. Rob erta, 8818; agerage 80018-18, Taylor's margin on totals, 68 plna, MISSOURI TABOOS RACE "DOPE" Bj ti 'i Pr< JEFFERSON CITY, Ma, Keb. 19.-- The si.iate of the MlsMiuri leKislature today l>assed the bill I'rohlbitliiK i^ws papera of tha vtate from pubilahlnu .nuns or resulta of any horse rtoa The publication of thla nutttaf In pamphlet or other form in also pro hibited. < A>l\li:l II MAN Mi IIS A 111 X Z & TIONI 4 <g> ■ (ji *> Mrmln-in of umulrur athletic -.-» • ■ lrui.i» <le«lrluK •<» l«»ue or M'cr|i| » <§> . 1...11. -. iiiiit aevure publication X •/ of •uiiif by ulri'<'lluK uulk'ra to & 4 Sptirllun I.ilUor. Herald. <«■ BOULEVARD ASSOCIATION HOLDS FIRST MEETING The first regular meptlnir of the Sun* •Kit Uoulevard Improvement asaocla* I lon was held In the M. K. church, South Sunset boulevard, on Monday evening. Partial report*) were sub mitted by the commlttepn on paving materials, grading, finances and as sessment district; also the committee on oil tank and seepage nuisance nt Sunset boulevard and Heaudry avenue. Superintendent Morle> gave valuable lnformation on park Improvements In the northwest, for which ho was voted thanks. Members subscribed (26 for the relief of victims of the Second street gas explosion. SAYS O'BRIEN'S TASK IS GREAT TOM M'CAREY DOES NOT LIKE HIS CHANCES Claims That the Undertaking Will Prove More Than Phlladelphlan Is Capable of Carrying Out Successfully Tom MeCnroy Is not overly pleased regarding newspaper comment relative to the o'Hrlen-three-ninn affair Rched ulod to occur nt Naud junction pa vilion Friday evening, Tom says thnt theie is no reason for bPlltt'ement of the tn-k undortnk ti by O'Brien, "When dd >•■ v ever hear of rach a thing being i it on?" lays Tom. "No man ever attempted 10 stop throp BUCh nghtera an Tremble, Brown and the Turk In six rounds each. I don't be lieve ho can do it. "The Turk has never been knocked out In his life ard think of the weight he has been sent against In such fel lows as Indian Joe. George Brown has fought drawl ■with some men who are not dubs Tremble la a tough on ■ for anybody." McCarey contends that O'Brien was ol llged to exert himself when he knocked out Tremble previously In nine rounds. Maybe Jack was not flg-htini? under wraps when he met Tremble before, but a strotiß suspicion existed that such was the c.ise. Opinion Is varied as to Which of tho three will give O'Brien the hardest rub. genera] Impression b-inp that George Brown may he tho one. Brown Is un doubti dly the cleverest opponent O'Brien Is to meet. The Turk is so he vy and awkward thit he may give trouble. Tom McCarey says that OTtrien trl"d Ms best to put out the Turk when mov ing pictures were being taken at Venice, Without BUCC6JB. Billy Manning does not bMieve that strenuous exer.i^e Is necessary and contents himself with a few light move ments and much absorbtion of cult. Billy also contends thit Uobln son is a disciple of Anani-is in giv ing his age to be around the half century mark. OFFERS $250 TO PASS MEASURE SEES MAYOR HARPER INSTEAD OF ATTORNEY Stockyards Expansion Agent Gets Into the Wrong Office with Funds Raised by Subscrip. tion Laying $250 on Mayor Harper's desk a few days ago, a man frankly said he understood that it took that much money to get an ordinance through at the city hall to expand the dlstrlet In Which sales and trading horse stables could he started. The mayor, looking up in amazement, said no money was needed. "Take back your coin — we don't do business that way." was his comment. Seeing that the man was apparently honest and frank, acting as he had been advised as he thought in good faith, the city's executive did not call a po liceman. "He was a simple-minded fellow who I since learned simply misunderstood what was told him," said Mayor Har per. "Ills advisers thought the present ordinance could be punctured in the courts and it would take $2no to make the case. Instead of going to an at torney's office he came to me. The money had been raised by a signed sub scription blank." The new ordinnnce, passed Monday, permits dealers to get outsldo of tho Eighth ward zone provided they get signatures of the majority of the prop erty owners on both sides of the street —the majority on each side to be spe olfic. LITTLE BOY HURT AND FINGER IS AMPUTATED SpoHnl to The H' laid LiONQ BEACH, Ftb. 19.— Jumes Thompson, the 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William ThOßipaon, Fifteenth atreet and Cerrltoa avenue, "monkeyed" with a busy clotheawrlngsr yesterday and the forefinger Of hlB right hand Has so badly niashed anil torn that Dr. H. <). Hates, who was railed to attend him, found It neeosKary to amputate two joints. A number of nmall children have been Injured recently In this city In a similar manner. AUCTIONEERS GET LICENSE RENEWED Following auctioneers whon« licenses were revoked at the last meting of the board of police commissioners last night got renewals of licenses: Fcrd O. Fer guson, 145 West Fifth street; James A. Codori, 22 West Third street; Ferry & Moxley, 654 South Broadway; C. 11. O'Connor, 248 South Broadway; Thomas 1 ). Clark & Co., 133 South Broadway. These nun had ii-fusod to puy their licenses because legislation was pend ing in the council. "Olve in, a ticket to Pierre, 8. D." "Single?" v " 11 1 was 1 wouldn't have to go to South Dakota."— Harper's Weekly. COUNCIL FIGHTS CAHUAEGA GROWTH ANNEXATION AT PRESENT MAY PROVE COSTLY Boundaries 8o Vague That Engineer's Office Cannot Fix Them—Shoe string Residents Can Vote on Thursday The city council will hold n special meeting this morning nt 10 o'clock to serve warning on the voters of Los An geles that the boundaries of the pro posed district to bo annexed are ho vague that the city Is Inviting litiga tion by adding this territory. ltI It will be a veiled request that tho annexation at this time be defeated. As late as yesterdny the city engi neer's office in check-Ing up the boun dary lines found that there Were, big gaps between South Pasadena and Los Angeles that were not definitely bounded, and many such Irregularities had been found. Wicks ago the city attorneys Office called attention to these discrepancies, but In obedience to the wishes of the territory representa tives who addressed the council the scheme was pushed along. Members of the city council who at tended yesterday's secret session In the chamber of commerce there saw the danger of the situation and Immedi ately nfter the conference circulated the call .-i skint; for a speclnl meeting of the council. The city clerk's office has the polling places ready, these being the tirst to in clude the shoestring district as part of Los Angeles. HOSPITAL NURSES CHASE FLYAWAY GARMENTS Speclnl to The Hornlrl. long BEACH, Feb. 19.— Two biomio nurses nt tho Long Hcnrh hospital be lieve In the open-ulr eun? for ninny ills that man nmi woman are l.rir to. Con sequently for some weeks they have been sleeping on toj> of the bullillnp. Late Friday night it stormed. AVenrinp apparel bennn to blow about promiscuously. Tho two nurses jumped out of their open-air beds nnd grabbed frantically at flyiiiK garments. Ed Keipp, a real estate man living a block away, looked out of his window and saw two apparitions in white out lined against the dark sky. He tele phonal tn the hospital that two pa tients, presumably delirious, were "tearing up Jack" on the roof. Mr. Kelpp was coolly requested to "go back to bed." Humor has It. how ever, thnt the two nurses are now con tent tn sleep indoors. Home seekers' Club tonight. Every one desiring to secure a farm horns In California Is Invitedi to the meeting at 8 o'clock this evening In Home Extension Hall, Chamber of Commerce. Fourth new town and colony now being formed, also the Los Ange- les Ac-re Lot Club. Land distributed at whole- •ale to members. Come anil learn. Locomobile and Winton No better cars made. They are ready for demonstration, SUCCESS AUTOMOBII,K CO., Pico and Hill Sts. Phones: Homo 857G6. Bdway 3478. W. K. BUSH I ftueucMsr 10 ttuih « hhleltu Agent* for th* riflllCK GREAT ARROW A thoroughly •quipped repair shop and ir»raf«. OPEN DAT and NIGHT BM-im Mouth Main Street. Phen« Bun«ft 3rnp<lway 70M I The Angelus Motor Car Company Solicit your repair work and stor- agi>. we guarantee to give satis- faction and a square deal. Open day and night. ANGHM'S MOTOR CAR CO., 10-114 East Third St. yHome 2515. Sunset Main 1842. J Dolson and Mora MOTOR CARS J. F. M'NAUGHTON Southern California Agent, 711 SOUTH SPRING ST. WHITE GARAGE White Steam Cars HARTFORD — — : Both Phomea 11. D. Ilrua, Manas*' Ex. Tt». Til 80. Broadway. "So Hill Too Steep. No Sand Too Deep. Bh'ft Drive.!! 1000 tf§|))**®"2(s£y Immediate deliveries. Let uu demon* (trate. A. W. «l'Ml» A I 'I OMORII i: CO., 118-1120 South Main Street. T A 1 £/ and Runabouts 10 to 00 n. P., $000 to 930(10 B. JR. m:-VM:TT AUTOMOBILE] COMPANY - 1203-1205 So. Main Street i The Michelin Tire FAMOUS THROUGHOUT THIS WORLD. , Known In France as the Ten Thousand Mile Tire JOHN T. DILI. * CO. 80. California Distributers. 10th and Malm »tr««f TUB Ni:i.l''-VI'AIITINU ELMORE A. J. SMITH I'u.Hlr Cuaat Agent. IS2S-au-U3 ft. Plcueroa at« l« AuHrl,.. Cat. Th. MAXWELL Perfectly si»i»l. an« Blaiply r*««(aet Maxwell • Brlscoe - Wlllcex Co. IXU-Ul3 Soatb Mala •<. Home OCOT »nnae< Hroaanar «OtK Everything you want you will find Id the claMbitleU page— modarn eucyclo- pedla. On* cast a word. How the Small Investor May Own Business Property The safest and moat Profitable form of Investment is to \)e found in the business property of a grow- ing oity. That Log Angele* is a growing city is a certainty. Formerly th« large profits which accrued from business realty went to capitalists- The large amount of money required pre- vented the man of small moans from par- tioipating in suoh investments. The Cit- izens' Corporation organized to buy bus- iness property. Its shares are now sel ling at $105 oash and $110 on $5 monthly pay- ments. Not more than 50 shares wi 111 1 be sold to any person- It will be readily seen that this enter- prise is distinctly one for the email in- vestor- He who buys one share is welcome — his interests will be looked after as well as the interests of those making larger Investments — his ratio of profits will be the same No purchases are made without the au- thorization of the Board of Directors- No promotion stock — no special privi- l eges - An advance in price may come without no ti ce . Stocks rise and fall, notes (?o to protest, houses and business blocks burn down, but realty remains for- ever. Tornadoee imrt cyclones can- not blow it away, panics themselves can only temporarily affect its value, lint even In the panic, business real estate lias a monumental advantage over outside property. Plnnt your savlnffs In the business property of a growing city. The first purchase by the Citizens' Corporation was a lot next to the Bur- bank Theater on the south, 57x147 feet- A year ago this prop- erty sold for $125,_ 00. The Citizens' Corporation paid 8165,300. $228,000 is a conservative estimate of its value a year hence. If such a figure Is reached, the profit will be $62,700. 1 The company has already been offered a $5,700 advance. These well-known men comprise the Board of Directors- Their very names should be a sure in- dication of the sol- idity of the Citi- zens' Corporation. Cal laghan Byrne, Pres - ; A. C. Harper. Vice-Pres. andTreas., Mayor of the City of Los Angeles', L. H. Valentine, Second Vice-Pres.; F. M. Coulter, L. C. Tor- rance, W. E. Cum- mings, E. W. Gillett, E. C. Buell, T. E. Gibbon, E. B. Tufts, Geo- J. Birkel , L. R. Wharton, F. W. Rayburn . If you are interest- ed in learning fur- ther, call or write at once. Judging from the selling since organizing — two months ago — the remaining stock will soon be placed- The Citizens' Corporation r.aa iiiiim; vi ii i>in<;. Third auil llruudviuy. A 4775. Alula 2410.