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flattie Bumppo, Which Couldn't Beat
a Drum, in with 87 Pounds.
Weight* Suit Horse
Rapid Water will have tne post or. nonui
in the Pomona handicap Saturday, wltn
124 pounds, while Nattie Bumppo is ac-
Bigued the featherweight. The combined
efforts of Secretaries Boden ami Smith
brought out a fair allotment of weights,
and horsemen are satisfied with the
poundage their charges ure asked to
carry. The Held thnt faces tho starto:
will probably number about a do*en and
should result in a clos ¦ ilnish. Boden 3
good work al Ascot has not been for
gotten, as several of the closest tlnlshe.s
of the season weru the result of Mh clever
handicapping. Below are the weights for
the Pomona handicap which will be run
Saturday, the opening day, and which will
be worth about $2000 to the winner. Tht.
distance is seven furlongs:
Rapid Wator 124[Crltlc l"0
Cruxados lS2|Panluiifl« ™>
y nen llS|Uolden Shore 100
Hlr Edward U7|Bir Brlllar 100
Mark Anthony ll...lttjPaxer '0i
ilarstcr lMlArrauon 100
Pretension U4Jj o hn Lyle !K
Usaro 112|Mlntla 100
Olenecho lU|AI Llndley 100
Col. Jack 11l | Col. Bob 100
Oemmell ll«|Early Tide »9
Ethel Day 113 One Russell 9S
Sanfara. U3 Niblick W
Jocund 109 The Sultan 09
Fisher Boy 108 Aunt Polly !'i>
The Mighty 110 Senator Beckham ... 92
Meellck HOBrunell 'JO
Veil 10K|Lady Vashti 90
Fleming 11l King WUda SS
Orllene 107 Oreaton «3
Optician WfiUuth W. t 32
Mandarin 104 Bertie R." 92
Summer Cloud lftl Macias 9:'
Ampedo 103 Scotch Plume 90
Earl Rogers 102 Illusion 90
3 R. L«.ughrey....lo3 Bob Ragon 90
Timothy Wen 102 silver Sue 90
Daruma 100 Nattie Bumppo *7
J. C. Clem 101 Geo. S. Davis 98
Botanist 101 Dr. llathews 92
Acrobat 104,
Fred Gerhardy. the popular secretary
at Fort Erie and Windsor, arrived in
town to spend the remainder of the
winter at Santa Anita park and will
probably book. This is Mr. Gerhardy's
lirst trip to the coast.
Jockeys J. Mcßride and H. Anderson,
both' clover riders, will sport silks at
Santa Anita.
Harry Taunt, one of the king pin
bookmakers In the Held last season In
New York. Is making hay while the
sun shines, and has sold four rarloads
of oranges the past week. Harry will
be there with bells on the opening day.
Louis Herzog. a big operator and
bookmaker last summer throughout the
oast, hung up his hat in town yester
day and is an addition to the knights
of the chalk- and rubber who will be
doing business Saturday.
J. J. Shannon, a well known horse
man who has already raced in all parts
of the country, has a small but select
Ftable at Ascot.
Gene Elrod finished liis task of ship
ping his betting paraphernalia, chairs
and betting booths to the new track.
Klrod had forty men working at Ascot
and last night sent the last three car
loads of stuff over from Ascot.
Ex-Jockey Johnny Gnrdner. onre a
rlever rider, is in town and will spend
his afternoons at the track trying to
bfat the game from the ground.
Special to The Herald.
CLAREMONT, Dee. 4.— tn the fastest
)ia?kftball game of the local season the
nenlors of Pomona college defeated the
prep five tonight by a score of 19 to 17.
The losers made most of their points on
free throws because of fouls committed
by Iho upper classmen, and the seniors
scored because of Metcalfs ability to toss
the ball in the basket.
The freshman girls' team suffered de
feat at the hands of the sophs last night,
and when everything was over the sec
ond year girls had 18 points, against 12
for their opponents.
The annual plug-ugly, one of the most
pleasing and attractive features of col
lege life, will be held hPre Monday night.
Klaborate plans are being made to make
the event a success In every way.
By Associated Press.
' CHICAGO, Dec. 4.— Canada has secured
the crowning honor of the International
live stock position, defeating the Ameri
can breeders on their grounds. The
: grand championship In the steer class
goes to a Canadian exhibitor.
Roan King, a shorthorn calf, selected
as the best of the huge herds of cattle
assembled - at the stock yards. Is owneu
by : James Leask of Green Bank, Ont..
weighing 1078 pounds and was fed on a
diet of peas and hay instead of the corn
which is the staple diet of American fancy
kind. ¦¦
Manager Howard of the high school
team completed arrangements last night
for a game with a picked aggregation
known as the AH Stars, who expect to
be able to do something with the aca
demic champions when they meet at
Fiesta park Saturday, the day on which
the contest Is scheduled. Thus far the
Stars have been backward about pro
ducing their lineup, and It is expected
that they will spring a surprise In the
shape of strong players when the tlmo
' for lining up come 3 around.
LEXINGTON, Ky., Dec. 4.— Lamp
l'ghter, a winner of nearly $100,000 on the
lurf. and for which great horse Pierre
Lorillurd once paid the late Capt. S. 8.
Brown $30,000, was knocked down In the
Kaslg Tlpton company's salo of thorough
breds here for the paltry sum of $100. The
onoe mighty horse will ."pend his closing
Jiiys in Missouri.
To Make Room for Pianos
W« will at ONC" sell every small musl
; instrument, every music book, every
sheet of rnuslo, every string and every
thing amounting to over $65,000 wortli
V 33-235 S. Broadway, opp. city hall.
By Direct Wire to The Herald
OAKUM), Bee. 4.— TWKNTY-SECOND DAY. \ New., California Jockey
club. > .Weather cloud}) track sloppy. E. C. Hopper, presiding "Judirej R.
Dwyer, starter. ' '••', '.'..'' ..''¦.' „•-.'¦ ¦•_•
17 R7 FIRST RACE-Six furlongs, Belling; 2-year-olds; pur»e, WOO. ,
lnu«x| Homo and Owner. |Wt|St. 14 -¦, M, * Btr. Fin. | Jockey. I Op.i"gj~
172* Heather Scott. Oakland St.. 1061 2-. 3 • 1 314 12»¦ 1 3 [Hayes | 7-5 6-5
1731 Hobby : Shafto. J.H.Schrelber 108| 6 , '. 610 610 6 6 2 214(McRae ...... | 20 60
1751 Strat Martin, Burllngama St. |I§3 4 7 4 2 .43 3 4 pugan | 8 1*
1685 Jockey Mounce, J.N.Mounce. 106 1 ..... 2h 2342 1 . * 4 W. Miller.... 7 -1.
1775 Bonh-ur. Franklin- 5t........ 106 6 4 h 3% 31 .63; Walsh ....... %12 »
1687 Emma 0., F.J. Hayne» 1 106 7 .....'.7 7 7 65 ! Carroll ...... 0-2 18-5
925 |Galmore, J. Long ..... ...1108 3 In 61 64 7 | Lynch .. —.. | 6 I.
Time— :24 2-5. :48 4-5. 1:15 4-5. ¦• , - - • .
At post, 7 minutes; off 1:61. ¦ Scratched, Dareington. Winner: • Oakland Stable*, b. g.-y
Heather Scott by Ruvelston-Lavina C. Trained by 0. . A. Blanch! Start good for nil ¦ but .
Emma G. • Won In a gallop: . second, driving. " Place and show betting: Heather Scott 1-2,
1-4; Bobby Shafto, 12-1, 5-1; Strat Martin, 5-2. .'• Heather Scott was away. (lying, which won ;
the race for him. Bobby Sha/to was practically left, but was best. Btrat Martin ran a nice
race. • ; !¦¦ '¦¦¦'•¦¦¦¦¦.'¦'' '"¦ • '¦¦ ¦ :.v ' ¦ - ¦ ¦ " •' ¦ ¦-.
17RR SECOND RACE-Slx and a half furlongs, selling; 4-year-olds; purse. 1 $400.
17SS , ; -,- - ._ .. .¦ ;• j, -¦.:¦¦¦¦ ¦
Index| Horsa and Owner. |Wt|3t. - '.4 ¦Vi «i _St!\_Fln. Jockey. .|Op.|Cl.
"1755" Agnola7^."~Appl<ga"te &• Co.. 104 2 22. 23 ! ', 23' 1 h Walsh" " 3-2 11--.
174 C Creston Boy. 4.R. T. Offutt..]U2| 1 114* 1 3 ¦13 13 2 8 Ross 4-6 11-10
950 Ten Oaks, 6, ¦W. Wash*..... 109 3 5 «i"2n 41 31 3n [Sandy ....... ,20 50
170« St. Geo. Jr.. 6, McLaughlln. 107 0; 6 ' 4 »4 I - 4 '= '4 4 McLaughltn . 10 '¦"¦
702 Hush. a. J. F. Mahon ...108 5 4146. ¦ li 6 5 6 Pcr.drgst ; 'CO 10»
1744 Bogohama. 4. It. Flattery.. ..|lo9 4 in ¦6 ' \ sli 52 6 JBorel ¦¦ 130 80
Time— 2-C.:48 2-.". 1:14 3-5,1:21 M. : • •¦- '• • •
At post 214 minutes; oft 2:12*5. Scratched. Plnaud.' Winner. Applegate & Cotton s civ. *.
Agnola by Ingoldsby-Agno. trained by O. Snyder. Start good, won driving; Hecoml easily.
Agnola closed the strongest. Oregon Boy tultered In tin- Just few yards. Ten Oaks ran a
good race. St. George. Jr. loomed up dangerously.- lint faded awny. ¦ •_
irroQ THIRD RACE— Seven furlong*, gelling; mares, 4-year-old.? ail upward: purse, $400.
jndex| Horse and Owner. [Wt|3t. '« If- «4 , Btr. . Fin. |- Jockey. _ | "!'., Cl.
1767 Serenity. 6, Sierra Nev. St.;. (110 1 BHi 7 1 2 2 It 1 ¦_¦<•. Miller . 5! 8
1740 Ambitious, 4. Pratt * Rlley. 110 7 In 6 »;'.4 14 3 li -' h Ulorel ......... -'" •10
147 Sea Air. 5. W. B. Randall... 110 2 2 'i In 5 1 51-84 W. Miller.... S li
1715 Alice Carey. A. Kleurnclls... 110 6 4h In 1 l>i 2Vi 4 h Uuxton l'o| 1""
1777 Meada. 5. H. D. Bedwell.... 106 5 62 4IS 6 1 4h¦. 5 ',4 Rlc3 O-tlll-10 .
1715 Metlakatla. 6. W. Durker. ... 105 10 10 3 .1'; 2 • 92'¦ 7 1 CHi I.entz 30 40
1582 Pegy O'Neal. B. IClcli.rado St. 110 8 7 ' '1- 8 1 ..- 7 >i 6 '.-, 7 1 HaySs 10 ,m ¦
.1745 Netting, 5, Hi Gracn....i::... 110 8 61 th In So 84 •• Sar.dy 6 in
1767 Storma, 5, C. J. Jaokmn 110 4 i,l-*i-2h » '4 '•' - 9 Davis • 7 10
1767 Annie H.. 6. F. W. Forming. 110 9 92. 9 ',4 10 2 10 1 10 IN. Lynch.... 12 M
1731 Jolly Witch. :.. T. .1. Smith. lHOlll 11 II 11 11 11 I Rose ¦¦¦¦ 20 '"
Time— :24.-:4S. 1:15 -4-5, 1:28 4-5..--, • ' .*' ",. .. " :".
¦• At post 2 Canutes: off i::; Rcfutrhed Sun Mark.. Winner Sieira Nevada Stables b. m. •
Serenity by Lamplighter-Serene: trained by F. T. Hlnkey. start good: won driving: »wol}d :'
the same. Serenity nicely handled and saved a lot of ground. Ambitious ran a nice race and
will do. Sea Air carried wide, but closed strong. Meada badly ridden and was hummed In en
the rail. Storma had early speed. Alice Carey Improving. Place and show betting: Serenity
5-2. 8-5: Ambitious 10-1. 4-1: Sea Air 6-6. ¦•'¦¦-. - ¦¦ ¦ .
17Ofi FOURTH RACE— Berkeley, handicap. 1 mile 1 furlong: 3-year-olds and upward;
1 ii ' t/ « purse. $1000. ' I . ¦ '
Index | Horse and owner. jWtjSt. '.« % \ . Str_Kin.| Jockey. | Op.! Cl.
1760" Peter Sterling, 4. E. Trotter.. 117 6 4 'i 41 8! 33- iT«4 Morcland .... ~6-5 11-10 .
1760 San Alvlso, 3. Sobra Vlst. St. 100 2 I =.. I: Va 2 ', in I 2V4 Davis .'. ', ,'3 4'
1772 Red Leaf. 5, Keene 8r05...... 98 1 1 514 in .5 h 42' 33 Burns'..; 4 1 18-3
1765 Dol Dollars. 3, A P Buch'nan{ 90 3 1 14 1-3 1 2 1 li 4 2 Dugan 2' I 15
1760 Janeta. 5, H. A. Cotton 102 1 4 0 6 6 6" sli IRoss 10 ,IS '
1766 dvelando. S.-J.-B. Hawkins.. 93 5 3 1 31 ¦ In in 6 Sutler ¦¦¦.... 10 -.20 ¦
Time— :24 3-5. :48 2-5, 1:13, 1:11, 1:54 1-5. - . : .
At post 14 minute; off 2:66!-i. Scratched Cello. Winner: K. Trotter's eh. h. Peter Ster
ling by Lord Sterllng-Lucrece: trained by C. Forbes. Start good; won easily: ' second and
third the same. Peter Sterling, a high clans r.c-rformer. and when Moreland called , upon
him he made his Held look cheap. San Alvlso did his beat. Red Leaf ran at an even pace '
throughout. Dollle Dollars found the route 100 far. Place and show betting: Peter Sterling
2-5. 1-6: San Alvlso, even. 2-6: Red Leaf 2-5. .
J7QI FIFTH RACE— Six furlongs, selling; 3-year-olds and up; purse, 9100.
Index: Horse and Owner. |WtjSt.- ¦ '< '-; ¦ -X Str. Fin. 1 Jockey. : Op. | Cl. .
1769' Blondy, 37^~Helfers JIOBI 2 ..... 2 % 2 14 lh Burns*". ~5-!| 13-5
1773 Sir Brlllar, SC. W. Chappell. 112 3 ..... 4 4 32 3 2 2 1 W. Miller.... 4 1 14-5
1773 San Nicholas, a. W B Jcnsrs. 109 11' ..... i l!s 111 2 3 3 3 Davis 3-2 5-2
1769 Burning Bush. S. H Bedwell. 100 4...... Sh 44 44 • 45 Rice 4 18-5
1485 Triumphant, S. Kcene Bros.'. 108 5 ..:.. 610 510 510 512 Scovllle 20 20
1769 Handmaiden, 3. A Lunsmann 106 6 ..... I". 1 62 63 66 McLaughlln,. 60 500
;006 Confidence. 3. WE roleman. IPS 7 7 7 7 7 |Grote 100 500
Tlme-:23 4-5. :48 1-5. 1:14 2-5. •
;, At post 5>- minutes: off 3:30. Winner:. C. Heifer's eh. c. Blondy by InKoldsby-Hlfultin:
trained by F. W. Doss. Start good; won driving: second the same. Blondy was nicely rated '
and avoided the early pace. Sir Brlllar outgamed San Nicholas. The latter tired. Burning
Bush could never get to the front and was outrun all the way. Place and show betting:
Plrndy 6-10. 1-3: Sir Brlllar even. 2-5, San Nicholas 1-3. , . ,
1702 SIXTH RACE— One mile 50 yards, selling; 3- year-olds and upward; purse.
Index! Horse and _Owner. ;wt|3t. U j>^j_.%- Str. ' Fin, j Jockey. | Op.| Cl. .
1776 Ifnpt. Burnett. 4. H A Cotton|lo7l 7 4 1 !14 1 214 1114 r%|Pendrgst .... 5f 4
17", Martinmas, a. E. J. Ramsey. 107 5 61 El 43 2n 2 8 Davla 2 2
1779 Etapa. 4. C. W. Chapp<"ll....|llO| 2 2 "4 2 »i , 2 % 3 2>4 3 3 Sandy 5] 9
1779 Fisher Bay, 5. R. Friedman. IllO| 6 i « 4 114 IB 43,: 4 4 W. Miller.... 8-5 . 3-2 •
1681 Rhlnoch. 1. Dugan &Co .... 110 3 In. 7 6 73 I! 5 5 IKeogh 15 13
1706 r.race St. Clalr. 3. J E Hopr 102 1 I%SHi66 5 1 6 5 lo'Donnell ... 40 50
-.706 IRoslnlnl. 4, L. Goodchild 107 8 8 6 »4 6 14 7 4 72 Ross 20 60.
' 1741 jour Sillle. a. Field » Long. 107 4 6 h 8 8 8 8 Hayes 25 100
• Time- -25 Et 3-5. 1:15 1-5. 1:42. 1:4514. , .
At post 14 minute: off 3:52. Winner. H. A. Cottons b. g. Captain Burnett by Rubicon-
Ml«s Beat: trained by owner. Start good; won driving: second easily. Cant. Burnett smoth
ered his field with spe»d and m' under double "rap*. Martinmas hugged th • rail and closed
strong Etapa found the pace too warm. Fisher Boy had no excuses. Place and show bet
ting- rapt Burnett 3-2, 3-5: 4-5. 7-2il: Etapa 6-5. . ¦, ¦. ¦
First Rainfall of Season Makes Track
Cloppy at Emeryville, but
Helps Horses Which
Were Ailing
Special to Tho Herald.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 4.-Peter Ster
ling justified the favoritism shown him
in the betting for the fourth race, the
Berkeley handicap, at Oakland today, by
making the five horses opposed to him
'.ook, cheap and winning as Jockey More
land pleased. Sterling was taken along
under pace furnished by Dollle Dollars,
and when the real going was reached
simply breezed along to win by two and
a half lengths.
The first rainfall of the season was
recorded today and after the firtt race
the track had a sloppy appearance. While
fast time will now be cut out, the sprinkle
will be for the best, as many horses rac
ing here were suffering because of the
too hard going of the past three weeks.
Serenelty was the longest priced win
ner of the day, some of the hooka laying
as good as ten to one against her
chances. Peter Sterling, Blondy and
Heather Scott were the winning favorites,
a second choice and a well-played third
choice taking the other events.
By Associated Presi.
NEW YORK, Dec. ¦).— The executive
committed of the American committee for
the Olympic games, which are to be held
In London next July, decided last night to
raise by subscription J50.000 to defray the
expenses of the American team.
The committee also voted to hold two
'Olympic tryouts," one In the east anA
one In the west, dates and places to be
selected later.
By Associated Press.
SAN DIEGO, Dec. 4.— Al Neil of San
Francisco was given the decision over
Abdul the Turk of Los Angeles in the
twelfth round tonight. The fight was
awarded to Nei'. on a foul.
Nell had the better of the bout from
the etart. One of the Turk's, eyes was
almost out of commission as the result
of a recent fight. Nell promptly closed
the other and as a result had the Turk
almost at his mercy.
Ooen Every Night Till Xmas
You can buy Instruments enough for
the whole family at nominal price.
Everything goes at COST OR LESS, for
after Jan. 1. 190:. wo will sell pianos
only. All popular sheet music 10c.
231-233-^5 S. Broadway, opp. city ..nil.
Short Sports Need Not Enter Santa
Anita Park to See Race Be.
cause of New Wire
With the weights for the opening feat
ure announced this morning and with
the cup race poundage due today things
begin to assume definite shape, and the
lovers of turf events are reminded that
but two days intervene until the bugles
music again draws them out to watch
the homes speed around the oval. Open
ing day, while It may lack a completed
grandstand and paddock, will in almost
every other particular be as near per
fect as possible, and Santa Anita park
is sure to please all but the dyspeptics.
The track Itself Is certain to bo pro
ductive of fast time, and its mile and an
eighth oval will provide a littlng ground
for the hoofs of some of the best thor
oughbreds ever seen on a western track.
The entries In the Pomona handicap
alone show what can be expected this
winter, and with the best in the country
here to race for the rich purses there
should be no lack of good sport.
A visit to the course yesterday dis
closed the fact that an unpalnted pad
dock and a none too gorgeous grand
stand would greet the crowds Saturday.
But the view from this stand, however
unfinished the structure may be, is well
worth anybody's time and money.
Looking oft across the Held, past the
smooth track Itself and over beyond the
line of white rails that mark the course,
the stables loom up like an army bar
racks. Further on come the brown fields
and green orange groves, and in the
distance Sierra Madre, nestling against
the mountains of that name, greets the
eye like a picture from the brush of a
master. The mountains themselves,
rugged and still untouched by the sea
son's snow, loom up In majestic splendor
to lorm a background for all, the trails
to Alt. Wilson and Mt. Lowe leading
like silver threads to the observatories
at the top.
Work on the grandstand and paddock
was in full swing all day and night, but
even with a full force swinging hammers
and applying paint brushes there Is no
chance of a fully completed place. The
outside rail around the track will be
finished today and the steps leading into
the stand from the front are yet to be
put in place.
Those sports who care for racing as
a pastime and not as a speculative
proposition may be pleased to know that
from almost any point outside the
grounds at Santa Anita an unobstructed
view of each and every race can be
obtained. It is rather new to these parts
to be able to get something for nothing,
but unless some patrolling system Is es
tablished the man too cheap or too poor
to dig up admission money can have all
the racing he wants gratis.
':• The reason for this is the ' fence which
Incloses . the . park. < While '. it Is high
enough and evidently ; built v to keep un
army .¦ from entering : the lnclosure It \ls
of wire and no lumber save the posts is
In ¦ evidence. ¦ The general '¦ appearance is
certainly an Improvement over the board
fence, and according to the officials will
prove satisfactory In every way.
Down 'at • the lower i stretch turn tho
track comes within a few feet of, tho
outside I barrier, and from here .to the
buck , turn . the course parallels the fence.
This, will undoubtedly be a. popular spot
with the rubber-neck contingent, and at
present no plan has been .. devlued to
chase them ! away..
One trouble with . Santa Anita park—
for the opening weeks, at least— is ex
pected from the transportation facilities
which the Los Angeles Racing associa
tion and the public will be forced, to put
Up with. .While khe Pacific Electric has
promised ample service >. and . a rapid
schedule ;it is doubtful If this will be
delivered. '¦¦'•'• ' ¦¦ • •' '
At present it takes what seems an age
to \ reach Sar.ta | Anita, for delays all
along tne line are . constantly occurring.
A thirty-five minute schedules is In pros
pect, but the ' chances of Its being ob
tained are slight, if the time now taken
to reach the track' can be used' as a
basis of Judgment. ?'
The Southern Pacific will doubtless help
out on the transportation -part of tho
program by running two specials direct
to the track .each. day. The .spur into
the grounds is already completed and
passengers who use the steam cars will
be unloaded ! right in the park. They
will secure tickets at the • same time
railroad fares are collected and no stops i
will be made before reaching Santa
Anita. ' „•-..- • • 'f / ¦ .'¦'' . '
I'irxl rnrr Tin- neprchatr, Ilernnln.
(imi'Silr of niiiinoniN.
Second \ — JSHic or Iroquolii, s«i
<iiki', \lippn.
Third r«c< — Kii.ury, E. M. Ilrnt
fnln, The:Mlicht>'.
Fourth ! race— Menilou, lliix'/im. .^n
lioiiuHwir. -' . : , ' .
Fifth ltotrou. Lord of the Yale.
Sixth roye — , Mechlin, .lihlrc
lrsi rtii-c — Chnimlteppc, Haul, Ed
Second mee — Dunning. Full of Fun,
Bunk Holldny.
Third nice — During. M«r»h nedon,
Tom Manklnn.
Fourth race— -Ice High, Avnunteer,
No Quarter.
Fifth — Alencon. Denßonhumt,
I-ury Young. .
, Sixth — Snvlor l''nlrc, . Hor»erad-
I.kli. MatalioD. '.
First race. Futurity course, felling.
1580 Watchful 10811165 Azusa 105
1079 Warttnicht 108|1777 Hersaln 105
1777 The Reprobate.. 105|J5.11 Lilly Golden 105
989 C. of Dlamond3loi;|l776 Elba 100
1776 Whiskers 10t 1 1690 Lassen .....100
Second race. Futurity course, selling.
1764 Nappa 108J1715 Kscamado 100
1764 Crip 100 1 1740 Joe Goss 100
1.-.77 Dr Rowell 100|15S8 Lady Mirthful... 10J
1073 Salvage 100|1769 Uelle of IroquolslOO
170$ Vinton 100)1716 Mular 100
Third race. 5 furlongs, selling.
1557 Judge 111[1776 Koenlgln Louise.loß
543 Th« Mighty ....111|1740 Titus II 105
1778 E M 8r1tta1n...108|1776 Helle Klnney ...103
1743 Lord Nelson.... 108 1
Fourth race, 1 1-16 miles, selling.
1771 Benvolio 112|1750 Mendon 109
1747 Nabonassar ....U2|1783 Huzzah 101)
1767 Maxtrcss 10»|1779 Potrero Grande.. lo3
1765 Little Joker 10&I1760 Fury 104
1765 Queen Alamo... 109)
1 Fifth race, 1 1-16 miles, selling.
1705 I-ord of Vi1a... 113(1711 Dnnlel C 109
1771 Belvolr 109|1729 Mlna Gibson ...109
ITiir, Mldmont 109|17M Celores 109
174.. May Holioday. .109|1755 Bonar 100
1755 Rotrou 109|
flxth race. 6 furlonns. pane.
17R0 Judge Ne!surt...ll2|l7M) Wing Ting 109
1764 Slbarl 112|1064 Hollsine 109
1<«I7 Sycamore 11211768 Mechlin ...". 109
1729 liuinita 109|1762 t.'onio 109
First race, s>,i furlotißS. pursr.
7203R Merrigo IM|7I7OS Tarklf ....109
Male Klet<-lier..lofi|72OK! Tartar Maid ...111
89833 KLeM Marshal.. 106i7195r, Ktl Kane ...;.. 11l
72040 Divorcee \m\tYiZ:\ Mans 114
72001 Financier 109J7C893 Cliapultepec ....1U
Second race, steeplerhasc short course.
7102J Vendor 13U|70363 Allies 140
72016 Carola IMjTOOM Onya II ........ 148
72002 I'ncle James ..1.15172039 Dupple Gold ...148
72002 Full of Fun. ...1K.|71!>48 Hunk Holiday ..148
M 437 Dunning 140J71917 Murry Maker.. .lo3
Third race. 6 furlonga, selling.
72041 Klamesha 11...10!t|72005 Siwr 114
. Jack Witt 100|6189« Gllfuln 114
67949 Miss Affab1e.. .109|68979 Sheen 114
71466 Penrhyn 109J60496 Hand Mash 114
71507 Bert Oscra ....100J72004 Mursh Red0n...114
71706 Mnrtills 114|71!>87 DarlnK 117
6SIO7Tom Mank1n5..114|71567 Thespian 117
70075 Rebo 114|
Fourth race, 7 furlongß. sellinr
72042 Ace High 97|7ir.21 nio Grande ....102
72004 Alpeiimarchen 08(71820 Robin Hood ....107
71068 I.udy Vincent.. 99172024 vaunteer 108
71053 No Quarter 100J71200 Lancastrian ....110
Fifth race, 6 furlongs, selling.
7144S Tyrolean 108|68178 P of WoodstocklOO
72041 Suffice lC9|'ir»69 liiTisnnhurst ....109
68195 Bertha E 109 71681 Joe Shields 114
62013 Malster 109 71570 Hanlbal 8ey.... 114
71634 Don Hamilton. lo9 72039 I-ucy Young 114
71034 Dona Hamlltonion 71675 Alencon 114
67977 Miss Ferris ... .109112034 Firebrand 114
72041 Husted 109|69787 Masterson 11l
Flxth race. 1 3-16 miles. Helling.
6RIM Fi-rronlere 100168846 J. D. Dunn 101
71087 Horseradish ...100| Lady Oakland. .los
71662 Savolr Falre ..10n|7i969 Matabon 105
D. H. Peery, a member of the Demo
cratic national committee, who has besn
seriously til at the Lankershlm hotel for
several weeks, Is sinking rapidly and Is
not expected to live during the day.
Mrs. Charles Kichards, sister of the
stricken man, arrived late last night
from Ogden and went to the bedside of
her brother.
Mr. Peery rallied for a moment, then
sank Into a state of coma.
H. S. Joseph, an intimate friend of the
family, arived last night. Physicians are
in constant attendance and the end is
feared at any moment.
LEXINGTON. Ky., Dec. 4.— lntrusive,
the 12-year-old chestnut stallion and a
stake winner of twenty-nine races, which
came here to be sold in the Fasig-Tlpton
sale of thoroughbreds from Memphis, died
at the Idle Hour»farm of B. R. Bradley,
who purchased him for $1500. At the time
of the sale Intrusive was apparently in
the best of health and his death is thought
to be due to heart disease. He was by
Imp. Meddler, out of Frolic Grace, by
Sterling, and was considered a very prom
ising young horse for the stud.
By AndoclatKl Pres*.
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 4.— City Park results:
Five and a half furlongs— Georgia Girl won.
Lasuer second. Apache third; time 1:07 4-5.
fix furlongs— Asteroid won. Tom McAfee sec
ond. Durable third; time 1:18 3-6.
Five and a half furlongs— Severs won, Esther
Frown second. Faust third: time 1:09 1-5.
Five and a hall' furlongs— Lens won, Al
Mueller second, Momentum third; time 1:07 3-5.
Mile— Hyperion 11. won, Besterling second.
Halting third; time 1:41 3-5.
Mile and a quarter— Docile won, Dr. Mo-
Cluer second, Vlncentlo third; time 2:09 2-5.
Many Accidents and Annoyances Are
Al. That Hinder Nervy Drivers
from Taking Off Two
More Hours
Thirty minutes wns clipped off the San
I''rnnol3co-Los Angeles automobile record
by a Popo-Hartfcrd driven by J. J. Flem
ing nnd Hudolph Hnhenlcht from San
KranclHro to Sanm Barbara .md by Billy
Keuss from Santa Barbara to oLs An
The lime maile lo Blmlnl bnths from
the Chrowlde building In Snn Francisco
was 17 houra ahd 65 minutes, the car
leaving at 10:30 Tuesday niorht nnd nrviv-
Ing at Blmlni ti t 4:lTi. Tin* mnehine broke
down nt BimlMi baths ami could be sent
no further or the tlmo to the White gar
age, which was to bf the finishing point,
would probably have been an even ]S
hours. The record was held by n Colum
bia, which had eight drivers, who sent It
over the road in relays, while the Popp-
Hnrtford had only three. Jack Fleming
look the wheel lenvitjg San Francisco
«nd as he was the only ope In the party
of four who knew the road he drove
from 10:30 Tuesday night until C o'elopk
Wednesday morning, when Rudolph Hn
benloht took the wheel at daylight.
During the eißht hours that Fleming
drove, the machine covered 215 miles.
and an hour and a half of that time wa«
lost because of the escape of the water
from tho radiator when a potcock in the
bottom of the radiator fell out. At that
time the car was about eighty miles out
of San Francisco and It was five miles
to the first place where the radiator could
be filled. By plugging up the opening
with a handkerchief the water was kept
In until at the next stop for gasoline a
pipe fitting was screwed into the hole.
Early yesterday morning one of the
tires picked up a nail and ten minutes
was taken up in replacing the Inner tube.
Spring Breaks
A short distance from Santa Maria and
about two hundred miles from IjOS Ange
les a front spring was brdken by hitting
a bad chuck hole. By telephoning ahead
to Santa Barbara, where Reuss and
George Adalr were waiting, a block and
straps were mnde ready and put under
thevsprlng. Fifteen minutes were lost at
Santa Barbara by fixing up the spring
land taking on gasoline. From there Billy
Reuss drove the machine and notwith
standing bad luck all the way in and
the difficult steering he managed to
trim 12 minutes from his former time
from Santa Barbara, which was the rec
ord for that trip. Leaving Santa Barbara
at 12:41 the crippled car was sent at full
speed over the roads where fast running
was permissible, at least ten minutes be
ing saved on the Casitae pass by the fa
miliarity of Adair with all of the turns.
Ventura and Camarlllo were passed with
out special incident, but at the top of
the Conejo the fastenings of the spring
were lost and some time was taken up
In fastening it up with a rope that was
used to keep the axle from slipping back
in the left side where the back half of
the spring was gone. At this point the
block and straps were lost and two of
the tires pulled ofr.
The two tlrea were replaced in five
minutes and the distance of fi4 miles
from the Cone.io to T*os Angeles was
made with the frame of^the machine rest
ing on the front axle.
A rope tied from the point of the
spring to the axle kept the wheels In
Uno and when the rope broke, as the car
reached Blmlnl baths, the entire strain
came on the spring clips on the right
hand side, and the whole thing gave
The extra strain was caused by loose
[lirt on the road and while the car was
solng at a rate of thirty-five miles an
hour it stopped in a very short distance.
Driver Thrown Out
The car was thrown directly across the
roadway and George Adair, who was sit
ting in front beside Reuss. was thrown
out and somewhat bruised. Reuss and
Habenicht jumped while Fleming re
mained perched on the high side of the
car ready to leap If the machine turned
turtle. He immediately filed claims to be
ing the only genuine hero as he alone
remained with the boat.
Adair limped back and entered a pro
test, claiming that he was coerced into
leaving as lie did and denying any eug
gestion of chicken-heartedness.
As soon as a telephone message was re
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jmm&- ' in 1 * ; send them on their wav - 3; :FOR THEM : . '> :
iTI $m IT ' S 25 FOR THEM
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I Striking Bags SKATES
' ' ik ;*,"•' Striking bags with new bladders. •, i For Christmas .
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The WM. H. HOEGEE CO., Inc.
138-140-142 South Main Street
Both Phone Exchanges 87 '. ** LOS ANGELES
celved at the White garage, where quite
a crowd of newspaper men and motor en
thusiasts had gathered, Knylng that the
party was stalled ut Blmlni, Captain
Ryus got out a White steamer, and with
the press representatives and Homer
Bushey, the coast representative of the
Pope factory, mnde a fast run to the
acena of the accident. It was a case of
hang on and hold your breath all the
way and the steamer reached the scene
before the time limit of the former rec
ord had expired.
The record breakers were brought in
by the steamer and another machine that
had been sent out and a crew of mechan
ics were soon at the spot to bring in the
Satisfied with Record
While the Pope-1 .firtford people would
liked to have reached the garage they
feel, and have good reason to, that they
have made n record for the 500-mile run.
J. J. Fleming, who drove the machine
the first pnrt of the way. In speaking of
the trip said: "We played in hard luck
all of the way losing an hour and a half
soon after leaving San Francisco when
we were 45 minutes ahead of the record.
As our lights did not burn any too bright
ly I drove most of tho night without my
goggles and my eyes Buffered a great
deal. As soon as It was light enough to
see the road well, I gave up the wheel
to Habernlclit, who had never^been over
the road before nnd did not dare risk
driving In the dark. This was my sec
ond trip over the road and considering
the amount of hard luck we had and the
few number of drivers, I think we should
be satisfied with our record. We will not
try to lower It again unless some one
else cuts down the time that we have
made." Habenicht was too tired to talk
and wanted a chance to clean up and a
place to sleep more than anything.
Reuss Cuts Time
Billy Reuss took the trouble philosophi
cally and was well satisfied with the
whole affair, especially as he had cut hie
own time from Santa Barbara.
"There is one man who deserves a
great deal of credit for our success,"
said Reuss, "and that is Thomas Clark
ct Venture. We I" the road supervisor of
Ventura county and when some of the
people up that way wanted us stopped
from speeding on the road he paid out of
his own pocket to have men clear the
road and guard the pass so that we could
have a clear field fnr the run. The roads
that are under the supervision of Mr.
Clark are In better condition at present
than they have ever been before, and if
we had had a good sprink to ride on so
that I could have sent the car along at
full speed, we would have made that
Santa Barbara record come down so
much that no one would have felt like
going after it again. We have the record
all right, and even If we did not get to
garage, we arrived In Los Angeles before
the car gave up."
While the time is not so remarkable
when it Is considered what might have
been made had no tire trouble developed
or breakage occurred, it Is remarkable
that three men should drive the crippled
car in such time when no man gave up
the wheel but once. Coming down from
Santa Barbara the steering was very dif
ficult on account of the broken spring
and the inability of Reuss to pull the car
around eaeHy or straighten up after a
turn made his hands become paralyzed
and pulled the tires off from the front
In tli» future Thf Herald will Ihii« to rafe
¦erlbera ¦ holding mix' month* contract* Tb*
Housekeeper. Instead of the Woman's Home
Companion. . The Housekeeper Is preferred by
many of oar patrons. It Is bright, full of ex
cellent articles of especial Interest to women.
mHI 11 weaters
Will! I'>'Jl llls«?l!H li ' feU^ These garments arc proving
[ ||| likes a well-fitting garment
¦ that is not burdensome or
binding, yet affords sufficient warmth. Worn as a vest
undercoat. All sizes, oxford, white, navy blue and scar-
let. Come in and look them over.
Mistake in Placing Weights on Rifle
man Causes New York Million,
aire to Change Base of
By Associated Praia.
SAN FRaNcISCO, Dec. 4.— There was
general surprise at Emeryville today
over the announcement that R. F. Car
man, the wealthy New York turfman,
had decided to transfer his entire stable
of fifty j.orseß to Arcadia for the winter.
Carman, it Is understood, privately in
formed several of his intimates who
sought an explanation of his sudden
change of plans, that he was Influenced
to transfer his stable because of the fail
ure of the local handlcapper to assign
n impost on Rifleman, winner of the
Thanksgiving handicap, for the over
night har ..cap won by Peter Sterling to
It seems that Trainer Blute of the Cm
man string entered Rifleman Monday for
today's race, but when the weights were
posted Rifleman's name was missing from
the list, Hp dlcapper Egbert having In
stead assigned an Impost to Acrobat,
from the same stable, by mistake. Blute
refused to be placated and Carman's an
nouncement of his intention to ship his
entire stable to Arcadia followed.
NEW YORK, Dec. 4.— The Crescent
Yacht club has a knotty problem to
solve. The problem Is, who is entitled
to the Lipton cup? The yacht Benson
hurst won the cv*>. The Goblin finished
last in tno rrces. But ihe Guuiia uo
mands tuo cup, and it looks as If she
would get It.
The cup was given by Sir Thomas L.p
ton for racing between healthy types of
small yac.its, such as men of moderate
means can afford. Seven boats entered
the races. 3efore the series was over the
Bensonhurst was protested as not meet
ing the requirements of the deed of gift.
After the races were finished the Ben
sonhurst, having won, the official club
measurer decided that the yacht must be
disqualified, tie also disqualified all the
others except the Goblin. The Goblin
finished last, but the New York Canoe
club, under whose flag she sailed, de
mands tr.e cup. No action has yet been
Hold Annual Smoker
The annual smoker of the Alumni asso
ciation of the University of Pennsylvania
was held last night at the University club.
Members from Los Angeles. Arizona anil
New Mexico were present. Old song»
were sung and stories of college days
$2 tor $1
For every dollar paid as first payment
up to JGO on any new piano we will
give a receipt for twice the amount
during our great MONEY BACK sale
now going on. Prices $167, {209, $28-.
' 8. $377, S<29, etc.
231-238-235 S Broadway, opp. city hall

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