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THE HUB'S GREAT SACRIFICE SALE
OF STRICTLY HIGH=CLASS CLOTHING
DOITT HISS THESE GRAND BUMS,
TERRIFIC CUTS
IN
MEN'S SUITS
AND
OVERCOATS!
MEN'S $12.50 SUITS and OVERCOATS <££> QCT
have been cut to ------ - -M>V->. v?O
MEN'S LATE-STYLE $18.00 SUITS and $Q Q£T
OVERCOATS have been cut to - - - vPv?.£7O
MEN'^ LATE-STYLE $20.00 and $22.50
FINE DRESS SUITS and OVER- d> 1 Q QC
COATS have been cut to - - - -<P 1 v^O
MEN'S $3.00 ALL-WOOL™ cut to - - • - - $1.95
MEN'S $5.00 ALL-WOOL PANTS cut to -■■•-• - $2.95
MEN'S $6.00 FINE DRESS FANTS cut to • ■ ■ ■ $3.95
Store Open Every Evening
This Week Till 10 o'clock.
MT. M`GREGOR II
WON HANDILY
Captured the Follansbee
Handicap From Char
treuse.
Camelia at 30 to 1 Furnished
the Big Surprise of the
Day.
Alvarado Won in a G -Hop— Old Yemen
Tcok a Race — R-ddington a
Pretty Good Jumper.
The Follansbee handicap at seven far
longs v/as decided at Oakland track yes
terday. Hardtack in England didn't
start because the bandicapper considered
him within two pounds as good a horse as
Mt. McGregor II and Ruinart, the latter
the crack thr»e-year-oid of California.
Hardtack beat a gang of hounds at Ingle-
Bide and was delegated to carry 108
pounds, so Trainer Billy Randall wisely
declared. There were nine s-taners
though and as usual the Burns & Wa'er
hou?e pair, Wernberg and Mt. McGregor
11, coupled in the betting, ruled even
money favorites. The race was worth
?950 to the winner and sailing away in
front at the turn Mt. McGregor waited on
pretty Miss Chartreuse II to the stretch
and then beat her out a head. He was
jokine at the end, according to Jockey
Eddie Jones, and could have won by i.
Gallant, ridden by PebDle Thompson^
with 85 pounds in the saddle, showed an
inclination to swerve in the stretch, but
succeeded in nipping third money. Loben
gula, Ruinart and Lucky Dog ran disap
pointingly to th ir backers.
The day was pleasant and a large crowd
was in attendance. Favorites flattered
their backers by winning three race*.
Jockey Eddie Jones was very much in
evidence by riding three winners past the
wire.
Frank Phillips thought be had a good
thing in the first race with his mare Can
dor, who was made a 6 to 5 favorite; but
Kick Hall's La FJeche easily overhauled
her in the stretch and won easily from
tne favorite by a length. Jack Richlieu
was a third.
The second event was over seven fur
longs, and Merry Monarch, on which a
very warm tip was prevalent, occupied
the place of honor with 13 to 5 about him.
He got away from the gate and was kept
busy hoiding his own. Camelia, ai 30 to
1. gradually hopped along, and the last
few jumps snatched the purse from Flash
light by a face in I:32}^. Viking, a 150 to
1 chance, who looked a winner until oi>
pusite the paddock, linished a good third.
It is more than evident that Kamsin and
Jockey Golden have b come tract-sore, or
else "dope" books and field-glasses suould
be discarded. Ezell's gelding opened
equal favorite in the betting with Alva
rudo, but the latter horse got the patron
age and closed at even mom y. He won,
of course, and Doctor G, witii the wise
il ' 1 1 1 r* ii „ 1 1 itf 5
DISPENSERS OF FINE CLOTHING AT POPULAR PRICES, .
Corner KLearny &w~lcl tE3uLtt&ir Streets.
money on him for the place, finished
second, and how could it be otherwise?
In a Frightfully terrific drive Golden on
Kamsin did succeed ia taking place
honors from Can't Dance.
Jockey Slaughter is from Texas, and
so is Wade McLemore, owner of Ko
walsky. There was a wide and expansive
play on this Texas-owned horse; he evsn
closed second choice to Frank Brown's
Yemen, wiio was held at 9 to 5 closing.
Slaughter got his horse aw«v irom the
post well, took him back, let Yemen run
"THE CALL" RACING GUIDE.
(CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB. Oakland Racetrack. .Saturday, December 19, 1896. Twen
ty -first day of the winter meeting. Weather fine. Track slow.
2
rce-quartera o
ie; sell:
ng; three-ye
.r-o!d and upward: purae $300.
Index. Hone, asr, weight. St.
241 U»Flech«,3 98 4
250 Cuniftr, 5 .10S 5
250 J»clcKichelien,a.lOß 8
2&0 Cadenza, 3 98 10
154 Krjected, 8 98! 3
255 Jack Atkins, 3... 98 11
160 Irma,4 103 6 .......
217 I Im. Autonomy,s.lo3 12 :..::::.
160 Little Flush «1d. 4.103 8
255 I Pecksniff, 5 I>l 1 ....;..
117 Boreas, 4 106 7
250 I -an lucai. 6 10 i 2
V*
V* %__ Str.
4h' ! 22
3h ........ lb
91 ' 4%
1% «1
2h 6
10 8
61 6
12 ....:... 12
11 10
7Va , 7
6* : 9
81 11
K. & Hall'» eh. f., by Fli
. Fin. I ' Jockey.
1 Va Jones
2 4 Thorpe...
3h I Spencer..".
4V a H. Martin
6 Frawley ........
6 Joe Weber
7 o'Leary
8 Kuril n^ame ....
9 iMitche.l ....
10 Berxen
11 001deu. .;.......
12 Aires
imbeau-Flam. Time, 1:
liHuniK. '
Op. Cl.
7-2 ~~3
1 6-5
20 25
4 4
30 40
JO 40
30 30
•0 25
100 300
i 20 40
i 12 li
!100! 100 300
Perfect start. Won easily. Winner,
18.
or»1 BfcCONO R ACE— Seven-elgh;hs of a mile; free for all agi
■a; purse $350.
Index. Hor«e, oge, welch t. St. 14 Vt % Str.'
215 Carmella, 3 102 2 ........ Sy 3 6h 31
253 Flai'ilight, 4 115 1 ........ IVa 2 1 2h
246 Viking. 2......... 96 3 22 1% 13
243 Joan, 3. ...... 1021 !- 81 4 1/2 61
16'> Model, 4.... 112 9 910 93 9
•JKB i Merry Monarch, a. 110 4 ........ 4h 7 1 8
246 Draught, 2 .100 5 ........ 7 1 8 2 10
-.41 Coda, 3 ......107 7 61 »1% 4Vi
258 Jiru i'.ozeman, 3..107 10 10 10 10 7%
254 Battledore, 3 102 6 6h 61 6 1
223 Zypha, 3 .307 11 11 11 11
1 yt Jones 10
2 3 Shaw 4
3 '4 Mitchell 30
4 1 11. Martin 2
6 h O. Wilson 30
6 2 Macklln 3
7 2 (Jlawsi'n 12
8 4 Jackson 50
9 4 trawley iO
10 10 K. Isom ?>
11 Oo'.den 60
Fin.
Jockey.
Belli UK.
Up. VI.
25
8
lEO
3
40
3
20
100
40
7-2
40
Straggling start. Won driving.
1:32 Va.
Winner, K. Corrlgau's b. f., by Lori),- fellow- .Mi as Howard Time,
Oj-O THIRD BACK— One mile, selling; three-year-olds and upward; purse $400.
Index. Horse, age, weight. Sr. V 4 y2y 2 % Str. Fin. Jockay.
(244) Alvarado, 3 100 « 2h 2 8 13 16 1U H. Martin"!
16J DctorG, 3 95 2 3 2 3% 3 1 516 2- Slaughter.
244 Kamsin, 3 104 4 61 56 4h 2h 8V 2 <oluen
253 (in'lJ)an'*,S... <)8 8 4h 4Vi 510 3h 44 Jones
2f>3 Hclmltz. 4 H-4 1 12 lh 2 1V 2 4ia 615 Thorpe
■24i Billy McUtwky.3 9->! 6 6 tJ » 6 6 Krawipy.i.
Betting.
Op. CL
3-2 ~1
6 8
3-2 2
5 6
6 25
40 2UO
(iood start. Won pulled up. Winner, Pinkerton stable's eh. g., by Aruigo-Santa Margar
1 :45 : t4.
ta.
Time,
* fV~> F O ull ' fi l KaCE— Seven-eighths of a mile; Follunsbee hatidlrap; all aged: purse
H250.
Index. Horse, age, weight. St. 14
(243) Mt.icOregor 113.110 4 ..:
(i9d) Chartreuse 11, 6.. 96 6
16t» 0a1UUit.4......... 86 8 ........
259 i Hermanita. 4 ... 9J 2
I WernberK. 6......114 1
(228) Hey del Tlerra, 2. HO 6 ...:....
(145) Lucky Dor, 5.....U0 I 3 ........
(20H) lU.inart, 5.. ...... 110 7 ........
19U LobenKulu, 4 100 1 9 .:.'..;..
% % Str.
1 i/ 1 -' 1 h
663 1 2 6
6y 3 5 ft 42
9 8 9
2 Vi a % 31
3 3 6 Va 5
4 h > 4 v. 0
8h 7 % 8
IVi 6Vi» 7
Fin.
Belling.
Op. Cl.
Jockey.
1 nic J0ne5............
2 li Slatight-r.......
3MI Thompson
41 H. -\;ariln ......
61 ' Thorpe ..........
61; i law .son ....;..■.
7 6 Shields....;
83 -haw............
9 Jackson.. ....:.
1
5
20
40
- * ;
20
12,
7
12
1
5
IS
SO
■ ¥ ■
2 6
12
■■; 7
12
Oood staru Won handl y. Winner.
Gregor. lime, 1:30. •coupled in belting
Burns & WatPrhouse'4 b. c, by Day Star-imp. Mis* Me
wlm Mt. McGregor 11.
264.
Flt'lH KALE— Three-qnar.er* o
a mile; selling; three-year-olds and up; purse $300.
Ind. Horse, age, weight.
2?>4 \>"men.*:.:.V:.;.lo3 7 ..
254 Kowasky, 3.'. HO 2 ........
234 lump*. ».... 103 5
a.. 2 Goi, Buir. a......:i0a 4 .:.
241 Jar- Lochrnn. 3.. 98 - 1 ........
258 Hueneme, 4......109 3 ........
244 M»mle s-cou, 4...103 9
218 Mr. Keel, 3 ...... 98 8 ..\.....
258 -Nell F,aherty. a. .103 6
st.
>>4
y» 8 /4 Str. : ;) Fin.
11l 18 13~ 12
6 1 4 3 43 •_' 6
4 1 2% 2 1* 8 1
7817 3 4 3
63 6 h .'.li 51
81 0 i/ a liy, 6 1
9 7 9 71
8 9 * 8 84
23 : 53% 3% : 9
Fin.
; Jockey.
' H.Martin ....!.
Slaughter. ......
■ Krawley.... ....
5pencer.........
. J0ne3:...;v. .;..
Shaw
Claw son
150ni. ...........
Stipe ...;.
Jockey.
Betting.
Op. 1 I.
2
•£
10
-0
4
B
20
10
15
8-5
2
1 12
100
'■: . 4
10
60
10
60
Good start.
Won driving.
Winner, F. Brown's eh. g.. by Alann-H.ra. Time, l:l6Vs-
9/- PL SiXTH HACiL— One and a half miles; hurdle; handicap; purse *400.
l
.Index. »Horse, age, weight- St. Std. -y a %
251 . Keddlngton, 3. ...130 1 '2 10 12 11
'.'49 I Three F<tks, 5...143 3 IS als 210
24* Hayr. nrket. a... 142 6 31 S3 "4 60
Tii i.v .tsman. 8.... 137 6 410 -4 60 31
249 ! isprrarne, .\.....1.8 2 6 5 a 5 2
a 49 Keiamyaio. 5 ....ISO 4 62 6' 6 <> r '
Btr.
1 1
2 3
4 50
83
5 4
6
Pin. I
1 IVi Cochran .'..;.... ,15'
2 3 iV-ters ......;..•; 4
3 a |>tanJord 4
450 , Hennessy....... 4
6 1 ■ a.-n;ini 3D
6 -■-.'• Wi1king. ......... 30
JocVey.
ilettlni;.
Op. Cl.
3
< 5-2
4
6-2
30
BO
Oood start.
Time, - :D3.
Won driving.
Winner, £. Corrigau's b. g., by fcmperor ot Norfoik-Augellque.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1896.
Is Pre=eminently on a More Grandly and
Magnificent Scale Than Anything
Ever Before Attempted by Any
Firm on the Pacific Coast.
HARD BUTTINB, EsfiklY FOR THE BUTTERS.
aw.iv off in front, then came out and fin
ished second.
This same young Mr. Slaughter did the
same thing not many days ago on Braw
Scot, and pity it is bis employer, Barney
Schreiber, was not hereto see the rides,
that he, too, might appland. Tampa,
who now and then runs some, was a fair
third.
Reddington, Mr. Corrican'a jumper,
opened a 2 to 1 choice for the mile and a
half hurdle handicap, but as (he distance
was considered too far for him he receded
to 7 to 2. He soon na led Three Forks,
and. lea ling to the end. won by a length
and a half. II yinarket finished third.
No;es.
Eighteen bookmakers cnt in yesterday.
Joe Ullmann handled the coin in vast
amounts, booking under the name of the
Oakland club.
The judges at Ingle9ide yesterday ren
dered a decision relative to the suspension
of Messrs. Short & Davis, owners of the
mare Sallie Sensible, which ran some
peculiar races at the local track. The
owners and Jockey H. Martin are exoner
ated from biume for her showing on De
cember 4, but ex-jockey Glover, who it is
claimed had charge of the mare on tnat
date, is suspended indefinitely and liis
badge is ordered taken Tip.
The running of the mare in future un
der the personal supervision of Mr. Short
will be watched with keen interest by the
public.
The track nt Oakland yesterday was in
fairly good condition. To give an idea of
what it was on Friday, Soniro, whc cap
tured ths first race, finished barefooted,
having lost both front plates in the gluey
foine. Reddirjgton, who was beaten out
by Palmersion, lost a front plate and
Cant Dance, another of Mr. Corrigan's
horses, finished with a plate nearly twisted
off one forefoot.
A. B. Spreckels thinks an injustice has
been done in barring certain horses from
the betting and states so in the following
letter to the judges at Ingleside.
Deo. 18, 1896.
Messrs. Jame* H. Rr.es and J. W. Wi son, Judges
Inglesrde Kacetra?k, • ity -Gentlemen: My at
tention lias been callel to your ruling whereby
curtain bml-uctinj; liorses have been barred in
the boning on the InßTesUie racetmtk. In my
judgment this rule is an injustice io owners
and will cause dissaUsinctiou as long as it Is
in vc gue. Owners, as a ruie, ire as blind to
the iuuiis of tht:tr noises as mothers are tothu
faults of their children. 1 suggest that in the
fu;ure you discontinue barring bad actors in
the betting, but in lieu thereof post a list of
the names of these horses with a notice to the
pub. ic tnat they will not. under any circum
stances, be permitted to delay the start. When
this is done parties betting on tht-se bad actors
do so with the full knowledge that they must
start promptly or be liable to be left at the
post.
Rule 116 of the American Turf Congress i
very exp.iclt on this point and the stane*
should be directed to strictly enforce it. You r
very truly, a. B. Spreckelr. President^
FOR THE GIRLS.
Appeal Jssiifd by the Management of
Their Training Home.
The following appeal has been issued:
The California Gidls' Training Home,*
147 Na to in a Street. j
We wish to ask the benevolent public of Pan
Francisco not to forget the homeless Rii Is in
the California Girls' Training Home while
they are buying their Christmas gilts. So far
our g.rls have not been provided with a com
plete dlnrier. Who will give us a turkey, a
pium pi;dding or a mince pie? Is there a
lather, mother, brother or sister who does not
know wnat to buy to make a girl between the
age of 10 and 15 happy? No, not one. All
gifts will be deeply appreciated and received
at the above number.
The offi ers of the organization are:
Mrs. R. L. W. Davis, president; Mrs. J. C.
Mason, treasurer; Mrs. M. Miers, secre
tary ; Mrs. L.. B. Fischer.
League of the C'ro«n.
The quarterly rally of St. Pvter'g Church
branch of the League of the Cross will be held
in the hall on Florida street, between Twenty
fourth and Twenty-fifth, at 2 o'clock this after
noon. A programme of musical and literary
exercises will be rendered. The public Is in
vited to attend.
Remember the grand Christmas sale of
hiu'h grade bicycies takes place at 33 and
."5 Main street, San Francisco, on Tuesday,
December 22. at 11 a. m. Remember that
every wheel is guaranteed by the Robert
Ma com Company, 735 Market street,
wholesale and retail dealers in bicycle
materials of every description. Will E.
Fisher & Co.
GRAND JURY ON
PARK AFFAIRS
Cost and Material of the
Fine Bridge and
Tunnel.
An Army Engineer Employed
as an Exp?rt on
Concrete.
Irving M Scott, Lieutenant Potter,
Architect Coxhead and Superin
tendent McLaren Testify.
The Grand Jury, It transpires, has been
delving into accounts and having expert
examinations of material made to ascer
i tain if the very large sums of money ap
| propriated for the maintenance and im
! urovement of Golden Gate ParK have been
properly disbursed. It was observed yes
terday at the session of the Grand Jury
that First Lieutenant C. L. Potter, U. S.
A., Corps of Engineers, was one of the wit
nesses in waiting. What business the Grand
| Jury had with an eminent engineer was a
: matter to cause surprise. The officer de
l clined to enlighten outsiders in this
! respect, but subsequently it was ascer
tained that Mi. Potter had been engaged
as an expert to examine the concrete in
the bridge and tunnel near the museum
jin Golden Gate Park. His services were
sought by W. L. Ashe, Harry W. Goodall
and E. P. Farnsworth of the park com
mittee—three alert members of the jury.
The first witness called in the park in
vestigation was Irving M. Scott, president
of the Board of Park Commissioners. The
jurors asked him many questions concern
| ing ibe present and prospective plans of
i park improvements. In response to in
quiries he explained the board's system of
disbursing the money of the taxpayers
and described the permanency of the
work performed by the Commissioners.
Lieutenant Potter was the next witness
called. The main points of his testimony
may he >et forth in the final report to
Judge SlacK. It is surmised that Mr. Pot
ter's communications to the jury were in
a sons confidential.
Architect Coxhead, who has charge of
the construction of the bridge and tunnel,
exhibited plans and specifications to the
jury and replied to a great number of
questions, lie was followed by John Mc-
Laren, superintendent of the park.
The bridge and tunnel woik at the park
will cost about $30,000. The architect says
it is highly creditable to the park manage
ment. Mr. McCleilan is the contractor
for the stone work ; Gray Bros, have the
contract for the concreie work. The Park
Commissioners this year have an allow
ance of $250,000. Last year they expended
$300,000.
Supervisor Benjamin wa<» called to en
lighten the jury on the subject of drugs
and medicines for certain public institu
tions. He is chairman of the Hospital
C' mmiitee and a member of the Finance
Committee of the Board of Supervisors.
The requisitions on which Wall^- Brothers
suDpy several City institutions with
drugs come from Mr. Benjamin. ,The Su-
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— -ON
ROYS' SI JITSt
BOYS' $5.00 DURABLE SCHOOL SUITS CJQ AR
have been cut to -. - ----- - <P^h £ T J
'\ - ' . , ■ . ....*.
•■-•' ' -. ■ ■ -
BOYS' $6.00 ALL-WOOL SUITS have been <I>Q A fT
cut to - - - - - - - . V|/Ul V\m*
BOYS' $7.00 FINE DRESS SUITS have <}JQ Q£T
been cut to - - - - - - - - - - <4>O«v7v}
MEN'S $1.50 FEDORA HATSjit to •••-■- 85c '
MEN'S $2.50 STYLISH HATS at to -■ $1.35
■■. ■ • .
BARGAINS in Underwear, Hosiery,
Neckwear, Nightshirts, Silk Handker-
chiefs, Mufflers and Smoking Jackets for
Sensible Xmas Gifts.
CASH Only Buys— Dealers
Not Excepted.
J pervi^or toid the Grand Jury that requi-
I sitions wern made because certain artices
required were not sapplied by contract as
tlje. should be. He did no: regard the
charges made by Waller Brothers as ex
orbitant. His experience taught him that
dealers were not anxious to sell goods to
the City.
Samuel Waller spoke his mind freely to
the Grand Jury. As soon as he toot his
seat in the jury-room August E. Drucker
began firing questions at him. Waller
testified that he charged a good round
price for articles required and that he
supplied the goods on requisitions issuer!
by Supervisor Benjamin. He thought
that it was the business the Finance Com
mittee of the board to withhold payment
if the prices charged were too hieh.
Mr. Waller testified that he furnished
articles to three jails, the Almshouse,
Morgue and City Receiving Hospital.
He ascribed much of the existing con
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the doctors could not be found he was sent
for to prescribe for "opium fiends" and
others who were suffering from neglect.
The witness was asked the direct ques
tion whether he paid any commission for
the privilege of selling drugs to tne City,
and answered in the negative.
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I / ffrtim and imitation: At Dranisia. •' md 4«k
I U Jf ia Munp* far pvtlealari, teKtmsaUli xsif
\ V 0 "Relief for I^adlen." in litfr.br return
■; •Jl IT Matt 10,000 T««lmonl«I«. .Van. Faptr,
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REMOVAL NOTICE.
PIKRCE A CO., GENERAL WESTERN
. -L . Agenti ' National Cash Register | Co.. havo re-
moved their oOlcen from the Chronicle bids- to
rooms 312 end 313. Parrott bldg., opp. B*lowla
Hotel. Tel. souiii 103.

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