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THE CALL'S RACING PAGE
A. B. Spreckels' Two Year Old Filly Carmisa Lowers
American Track Mark for Three and a Half Furlongs
J. R. Jeffery
The American record for 3*A fur
longs went a-p!lmmering when the 2
year old filly Carmisa, bred and owned
by A. B. Spreckels, master of Napa
Ftock farm, ran the distance in 40 2-5
F«?conds in winning the third race at
th* Emeryville track yesterday. The
record which Carmisa broke was made
by Judge Thomas when he ran B*4 fur
longrs as a 7 year old at Butte, Monti,
July 14, ISO 2. in 40% seconds. The
Emeryville track record for the dip
lance was 41 1-4, held jointly by Sir
Wilfred and Nappa.
Carmlpa is a racy looking and aris
tocratically bred filly by the English
utallion Solitaire 11, out of Oratossa,
nnd may be one of the coming stars
of the turf. In her previous starts she
had shown speed, but yesterday brought
her maiden victory. In her race of yes
terday she met with no serioua oppo
sition, a bad mixup at the start elimi
| rating the most promising contenders.
: "Work Box, the favorite, bolted to the
1 outside when the barrier went up, and
\u25a0 ruined the chances of Ornate and Haz-
Sflet. the other two choices, as .well as
his- own, by coming into such violent
contact with them that all three were
thrown clear off their stride and
knocked back. Carmisa got off flying,
opened a big gap at once and con
tinued to leave her field behind 'with
every stride. At the wire, when her
record breaking feat had been accom
plished, she \u25a0was six lengths in front
of Right Easy, the second horse, which
outgamed Lula G by a nose .for the
place. It was Right Easy's first start
and the colt performed like a good
• tie.
The horses that figured in the mixup
ftt the start closed up considerable of
the lost ground, but were so hope
lessly out of it that neither of the trio
grot near the money.
The horses ran fairly well to form
during the afternoon, and favorites,
•which had been making a bad show
ing of late, captured half the card.
WIXS IX FAST TIME
Sugarmaid. the Fleur de Lls stable's
fleet daughter of Salvado-Saccharoid,
was compelled to run 5% furlongs in
the phenomenally fast time of 1:06 to
win the best race of the day, which
had last position on the program. Mose
Goldblatt's Far.tastic forced her to the
hardest kind of a drive and she scored
by only a scant head. For a firet out
Fantastic's performance was certainly
a meritorious effort, and had Cricket
Kelly kept her a bit closer up to Sugar
maid's fast early pace, she probably
would have won, as she finished with
a brilliant burst of speed that would
hax'e encompassed the favorite's defeat
ln another stride or two. Fireball,
The Call's Form Chart of Racesat Emeryville
NOTE — The hor»es whose lamps appear In black faced type are those which were given the
highest rating In Tbe Call's handicap forecast, the order ln which they figured being in
dicated by the figure preceding the name.
' OAKLAND, Friday, Feb. 21. lOCS.— Ninetieth day. Weather clear. Track fast. E. O.
Hopper, presiding Jodge. Richard Dwye^ starter. , i. v.
p<QE FIRST RACE— Five furlongs; felling; maiden 3 year olds; value to first $4*o.
Inon.; Hirtu- and fwaw. |Wt,St. h* H \ Str. Fin. I Jockey. ( Op. CIT
2176 KDEEOLEASA (T. H. R*«n) 105; 4 ...I^l 2^l 2 1 %. IMentry 1 3 11-5
£171 Exppctanl (B. Schreiber) ICXHIO ... 8h 3 I^3 2 2 b Gilbert . 8 15
2141 : MUs Charity (Sierra Nevada). 1051 3 . . . 3a;2 H2 1 8 2 F. Hildebrnd .10 12
2152 'Steele Blue (S. Emery* 107 i 1 ... 93 7%fln 43 Borel ....... 6 10
2177 jLady Bache <S. Polk) |100 9 ... 5 b S I^s 5 2 E. Clark 20 80
2178 (B)KES. KXT7GEXT (Fooatn)ljWl3 ...14 9n 83 61% Charboneau 4 ' 5
2001 Parasol (F. J. Nell) lIO.V. 6 ... 6n 62 7 1 7% Coles ' 15 140
215P Old Daddy ( Kenll worth S. F.tjlO7! 2 ... 2 1%4 8 4n 82 Fischer' 20 60
• 21J53 KSILEONAP.BSDALE fßice) . JIOTI 0 ... 4n113 11 2 8 2 A. Williams. 15 13
1536 Oreho'a (White & Co.* !IOSi 7 ... 10 10 1 9nlo « Keogh ...*.. 8 6
2124 fiold Bsr (J. McGovprn) 305|18 ... 73 12 12 11 2% McCUin .... 20 \u008450
2129 !B*lle of Sbandoa (Hogan Co.) 105 14 ..; 13 14 13 12 8 IJ. Uayes 20 CO
2159 iM!ke Asheim (W. P. Magrane) 11012 ... 12 13 14 13 IButwell .... SO 40
20SO iPrinoeesa < Green-Barlow Co.). 105111 ... 33 15 15 14 iSanOy 10 20
1909 Momond (A. E. Shavers) |107| 8 ... 11 Snlo 115 |F. Kelly 15 20 '
Time — :24 3-5, :43, 1:02. At post 3 mlnnte*. Off at 1:40. Reoleasa, 8-5 place. 4-5 show!
Expectant, 6 place. 3 show; Charity. 5-2 chow.' Winner eh. f. by Reminder-Our Pet.
Trained by T. H.- Ryan. Start good. Won driving. -Second and third same. High
price — Neagent «, L*onard»dale, -0. Beoleasa. a good thing, went to the front early and
stood off Expectant's challenge. Expectant, eg nsual ilow to begin, closed very strong.
Charity did her bfft. A poor lot.
OIQCJ SECOND RACE— One and a sixteenth miles; celling; 4 year olds and upward; valu»
fc 100 to «r»t $325. ' - - ,- / -
lndix-i Hur»e and \u25a0 Owner. jWtjSt. hb . % Str. Fin. | -Jockey. ..- | Op. Cl.
2177 IZlck Abr&ras, 4 <F. Farley)...! 891 8 l'lj 242»i 2t 1 %J. Butler 6 10 \
161S iMetlakatla. a (W. Durker) UOSi 5 6 3^5 1 4 2^3 jj 2 n Keogb ...... 6 6
2157 'George Kilborn, 4 <R, Gutter) 104 4 4 2^3 % 3 1%4 3 8 H Borel > 8 0
2171 jf2)AXTA EPA, 4 <H. Ahlers) 93 7 2 3 1 2&1 8 12 4 1 Mclaughlin 10 15
2171 Ppprtos Lass. 4 (McCarthy 1.. Ufe'lO 12 12 12 7 1 52% C. Miller....] 8 9
2173 <3)EOYAL SCOT. B (Rice Jr.) 104! 2 3 n 4 h 3«i 8 1%6 2 A. Williams. 10 7
2053 Chorine. *> <W. St. Vincent). 97 3 -7 h 8210 2 8 2 7 2 Galindo . 20 40
IM2 (DGAJfITET, 4 (T. Stevens) . 101 8102928h 6M81% A. Walsh... . 5 2 3
2161 ilsabeHta. » (W. Walker).... 102111 11 511 3vll 111 2 9 2 A. Harris.... 20 25.
2111 iHelisme. 4 <C. Rolxrts) 97112 8 3 7 2^71101102 F. Hildebrnd 15 12
1573 lM«y Holladay. a «H«ncock).. 102 i 9 S<4 6 1 62 »111 3 Charboneau 20 '20
2:51 ITancred, a (V. Husbe?) 112| 1 93 10 I^9 nl2 12 Bllac ....... 40 60
Time— :23 4-5. :4S 1-5. 1:15 3-5, 1:42. 1:49. At poet % minute. Off. at 2:09",j. Abrams, *
place. 2 show: Metlnkslla. 2 plsr*. 1 show; Kilborn, 3-2 snow. Winner b. g. by Service
or Balpowan-K<»nneMw Eelle. Trained by T. T. Rector. Start good. Won In a drive :
of four. Hijh price — Gann*t 4, Isabelita 30, Helium* 16. Holladay 30. Zlck Abrams
snir-k It out gamely. Metlakatla closed well. Kilborn did bis best. Alta Spa dogged It.
Peerless Lhss would have won with «n earlier move. Gannet bnroped out of It at ftr»t turn.
2 1^7 THIRD RACE — Three and a half furlongs; purse; 2 year olds; valne to first $325.
index.! Horse and own*rl jWtjSt. H \u25a0 % Str. Fin. | Jockey. | Op. "cT
2172 Csmisa <Xana etork farm). IC>2! 4 ... ... 1 SV4I 4 1 6 J. Hayes....! 6 11
Right Easy (W. E. Applegate) S8» 5 2 IVs3 8 2n» jA. Walsh.... 30 60 -
2172 Djla C, (B. Schreiber 1 P3i 3 SW n 8 4 Gilbert 10 10
- 2J49 |(S)EAZIXT (T. J. HUdehrad) 106 2 4 %, A $V,4 % F. Hlldebrnd 4 5
<2149)|fl)WOaK BOX (F. W.- Doss) 114 6 6 1 5 1V45 2% W. Knapp.. . 4 5 4-5
2125 !Arv. Ixonard <W. F. King).. Wjj 1 ... .:. 6 2.68 6n J. BuUer 30 40
- 2149 i(g)OH»ATE IW. Purktr) 1 107! 7 ... \u0084 ~. 7 7 7 Keogb 4 7
Timp — :23 1-5, :40 2-5. At p° st 5 minutes. Off at 2:39. Carmisa, 3 place. 1 show; Right'
Hesv. 15 plare, '4 show: Lola. 1 shew. Winner b. f. by Solitaire H-Oratossi. . Trained by
C. W. Carroll. Scratrh«Kl — Captain Hansen, Carrie Thatcher. On Parole. Start bad. "Won
eesily. Second driving. Third, easily. High prta I—Carmisa1 — Carmisa 12, Hazlet 6, Box . 9-10, Leon
ard 50. A mlxnp at start pavp the race to CarmUa, us she bad clear sailing. Right
Kaey ran a pood race. So did Ltila G. Hailet bothered at start, but not as bad as Work
Bex" and Ornate, a* both were put out of the race entirely by Work Box bolting jnst after '
the break. Throw - this race out In future calculations. >
51 QQ FOURTH RACE — One and a half miles;' selling; 4 year olds and upward; value
C I OQ t0 Cr>t y4oo. - . - w \u25a0 .- __, -«, . . .-., f - -..;
Icflfi.l tlorse and Owner. IWt.St. Std. '^ % Str. Fin. I Jockey. | Op. Cl.
2187 U8)K0G0. 4 iP, AlNrtson). .|1OC»! 1 6 2 2h 3 2%1 n 1 3 Heatherton .. 6 8
- (2178) Arcourt, 4 fW. P. Flnet IK'S 2 2 n 3112 23 28% Fiucber ..... • 6 B
21*2 Benvcllo. a (W.D. Bandall). .1102 5 4 2^6 1 4d 4 1 3 2% W. Ke11y... . 10 15
2169 Lone Wolf, 6 (R. R. Rle» Jr.) 103 6 By, 7 2^6 4 6 2%4 % A. WUllams. 15': 23
. 171S (DCOXFEDESATE, 5 (K^nel 105 8 1 \ 1 2 2 n 8 n 5 i iKeogh .. ! 9-5 13-5
I 2161 King of Mist. 5 (McCafferty) 10T>! 4 3 4 4^7 2^5 V, 6 n Sandy 10 15
<21«l)iRotroa. 5 (W. Murpby) lKi\ 710610410 2J» 1 7 2 Borel ... 6 9
21« lrss. » <W. Darken 104'H 11 "-, 11' 11 10 2 8 n J. Hayen. . . . 15-15
'S.H9 j(2)LAMPAEUO2IE, a (Se«Alr) 100| 8 51 ' » n 5 3 7i£ 9 3*4 Gllbprt 15 10
2087 Henry O. 6 «\V. Walker* j S7JIO 9 n 9 2 9 n 8110 2 . A. Harris.... 10 • 8
2 1C2 { Prince of Orange. 4 (Pifrr-et! ?>6 ! 0 7 n S»4 S 11 [E. Sullivan.. 12 20
Titnt- — ;24 2-V :51 1-5. 1:1.1. 1:41 4-5. 2:08. 2:34. At poet 3 minutes. Off at 3:05. Kogo,N3
place, 8-5 sliow; Arcoart. 11-3 plfico. 7-5 show; Benvolto. 3 show. Winner br. m. by'Mortl
FcDse-Huroni*.. Trained by D. Dennison. Scratched — Tetanus, : Bose Eley.. Start good. Won
easily. Second and third same. High prim— Kogo 9, Arcourt 8, Confederate 3. Henry: 12/
Change in riders from Clifford to .Heather ton worked wonders in Kogo and , she breeted
home. Arcoart ran a good rsce. Benvollo closed well. -So did Wolf. Confederate
•topped- Rotron ran_ \u25a0 bad race. \u25a0 , "" . \u25a0 .. . . -
" OTQQ FIFTH RACE — One and a sixteenth miles; selling; 4 year olds . and upward; valne
CjwJ to first $325. ! _- t v/-' '. v . -" :": .
la4px.! Hors^e and Owner. |WtjSt. '-A. H \ Str. Fia I . Jockey. I Op. CL
2357 tGarpsntua, 4 (11. G. B*-dwell)!I14! 4 2 2 2 21412^13 1 3 ' jW. Knapp.. . 9 5 14 5
2182 ! Pleiad. 4 <T. W. Flynn» JlO5 24n3 1 3 2V»3 12 %. Keoeh ...... 6 7
2180 J(I)W2STEEN. 4 (Sboaldirei. . 105 c 8 I\l2 2%22 3 1H Fischer ...... 10 9
2rS5 ](2)FUBY, 6 (G. P. McNeil).'. 104 8 815 7 1 4 2 4 5 4 8 Mentry 8 15
2157 Hooligan. 6 (J. A. Armstrong ii]o4| 9 9 9 9 :6n 5 2 Gilbert ..... .15 9
2173 lQueen Alamo, 5 (W. M.Cain) 1106! '1 61 6 1 5%52G2 iMcClain "12 -9
2029 'Talamond. 5 (T.E.MrLaucMic)llOfi 1 7 51^8108H "Vi 7 6 McLaughlln ,20 20
- 2146 (Ethel Abbott, a (F.J. Neil).. |lo7i 6 7 5 5 n 6n"B %8 n Coles ..30 50 »
2J75 (Eudora. 4 <H. R. Schaffer) . .ilO2j 5 3 1-4 4 1 72 9 9 TJ..- Haypg. . . . ' 12 ".'- 12
2175 j(3)STAJfDOVE&, 5* (S.Emery)lUli Left \u25a0\u25a0 \ ' |Borcl ....... 3 18-5
' Tinie— :23 3-5. :*£ 4-5. .1:15. 1:41. 1:47 1-5. At post H minute. Off fit 3:27. Garpantua. 8-2
place. 4-5 show:- Pleiad. 5-2 place, 7-5 show: Western. 8-5 show.' Winner br. b.'br Glg»n
t*uni-Aeter. Trained by H. G. BfdwelJ; • Scratched— Jocund. Tarn. - Start good for. all 'but
*t«ndover. Won easily. SecoDfl and third same. High, prio*— Pleiad : 8, Alamo 15, Abbott
«>ft. Eudora.ls, Standover 4. . Garsaatua breezed by Western when ready and galloped borne.
J'leiad cU-wd stoutly. : Western quit. ; Fury ran -to form." - Hooligan made up a .lot, of.
ground. standover no chaac-f. His 'rider almost fell off at- start. • - : .\u25a0\u25a0..- -
OOfTJi 6IXTH~RACE— Five . and a. half furlongs; .purse; a year olds and upward; value Ho
CCSiM t first $40f». - : - '•\u25a0\u25a0- - \u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-'-'\u25a0""-•\u25a0\u25a0 -y- --.\u25a0-.--\u25a0 *\u25a0 :.\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0.'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.'-•?, i
lncex.) • Horse and Owner. _ iV.tSt. U V, .%-\u25a0 Str. Fin. ) Jockey.' | Op. Cl.
I76>J (DSPGAKPfrAra.S (Flenr <ieL) 1021 3 ... 1% In 12 lh IBaxton .. ...I 6-5 8-5
.... FantHftic. 4 (New Orleans S.) W[,l ... 4h- 6 -\ 3 1%2 2% W.- Kelly..:. 10 *£0
'1774 (2)FI£EBALL. 6 . (H.Bt-dwell) 102 4 ... 38 SI 42 3 % (J. Hayes.... 52 2"
2041 (3)ETJEX. BaSH,- 4 (Maple S) 100] 5 ..: -2.1142 2^2 n 42% J:, Butler.... ; 8 13
218K BouiiiM- 4 (L. L. Hayman) . .jlOS! 2 ... 51 4n 5 3-5 0. Sandy ...... .7 ,7
!7!2 Csdiciion. 5 (IValy & C 0.)... -©D|'B ... 7.4 ,7 3 7 4 6 n Kirschbacm 20 40
2n9<5 iMarian Ca*f.v, 3 (J. Lowe)... 93j 7 ... 84 . 6 0 -.6 6 '.7 3 Gilbert . *10 •10
I. lEan End. 5 (J. 8.-rmnn)..'. .jlOQ; 6 ...\u25a0-8' 8' 8 8 Hfatherton \u25a0".. 20 i- •40
» — :23 2-5.' :47 4-5. 1:0*5. At post 1. minute. Off. at .8:54.' Sugarmaid, 3-5 place, 1-3
show; Fantastic, « place. " 5-2 show; Fireball, 1-2 show. Winner b. m. by Salvado-Sac
rharoiii. Trained by C. Bnxton.: Sera tcbed — Sevenfnll.' James A. Murray; \u25a0: Downpa trick
Nsgsxam. • Blue Heron. Start good. Won driving/ Second and third : came .'v High price
Sucamiald 5-2, Botanlst^S. - Saptnnald.. thoroughly at,- led: all ithe: way, but Just- lasted.
Fantastic rtn a swell race, ; coming from behind ; in a very ~r game , manner \u25a0 and . Just \u25a0 failed
to get up. Sb* Is a nice mare and from now on will be dangerous in the* best of company '
Fireball • ran •> moderate race. Burning . Bush tut' pood • race,', tiring only in • last sls
twnLh. Cadichon out for a work. \u25a0 -:< : i x »*' \u25a0 . \- HHKn^^vf -;.••:
Carmisa Breaks Record
. for 3)4 Furlongs, 'AQ 2-5
YESTERDAY'S
»•'«\u25a0 Jockey. OddS
Reoleasa ... Mentry 3-1
Kick Abramn.. Butler ... 10-1
Carmisa HayeM • ...... .12-1
Koko. Heatherton' . . . 8-1
Gargrantua Knapp 13-5
Susarmald. .... Bnxton 5-2
for whom there was sufficient backing
to make him equal choice with Sugar
maid at one stage of the betting, was de
ficient in the early speed that he or
dinarily has, but closed well and got
up in the closing strides to beat Burn
ing: Bush for third place.
T. H. Ryan's Reoleasa beat 14 other
3 year old maidens in the five furlong
sprint, which inaugurated the sport.
Opening at 3 to 1, she was backed down
to about 2 at post time, her owner
sending a big commission into the ring.
I Except for the brief Interval that It
! took to work her way to the front
i from none too advantageous a position
at the break, she showed her field the
way and, although Inclined to stop a
bit at the end, she lasted. to win by
the greater part of a length. Jockey
Gilbert brought Expectant from a long
way back to nip Miss Charity, the run
ner up, for place in the last stride.
Mrs. Neugent, the second choice, lost
I all chance by getting oft absolutely
jlast, and Orchota, backed for a sup
posed good thing, showed absolutely
no speed at any stage of the contest.
ZICK ABR.VMS A SURPRISE ,
The neglected Zlck Abrams, Jimmy
Butler up, was the surprise that tha
second race yielded. The horse was
passed up' by the talent because he
had been stopping in sprints and his
form held out no promise of ability
Ito negotiate a route. Butler lay along
j with him. behind Alta Spa's pace and
sent him on to victory when that horse
backed up In the stretch. Metlakatla
came with her customary stoutness at
\ the end and barely failed to get up.
Had she not been in close quarters in
the stretch she probably would have
won. George Kilborn, a well played
horse, finished a bang up third. Gannet,
the favorite, lost all chance in a bump
ing, match at the first turn.
Confederate, the favorite of the fifth,
which was at a mile and a half, led
his field for more than a mile before
his dicky underpinning b^gan to trou
ble him. Then he retired, leaving Kogo
and Arcourt, which "had' been in for
ward contention throughout, to fight
It out. Kogo was better fitted to go
the route and won pretty much as
Jockey Heatherton pleased. Cricket
; Kelly rode Benvplio with better success
THE SAN FBANCISCO CALL,- SATUBDAYy : FEBBUAffY 22, 1908.
than the boys Who have -recently rid
den him and landed him; in the money
at remunerative odds. '
\Jq£key KnappV effort with \ Gar
gantua, the favorite of i the fifth, was
full of ginger and his mount scored
in easy fashion after a hard early
drive to get a position. "Western had
the speed to get- to the ; front'on '\u25a0" the
back , stretch, but was not ready/ to go
the route, and yGargantuna 'and Pleiad
both passed him -in the final furlong.
Standover, the second choice, j was elim-,
mated from .contention by a stumble
at the start, which unseated Jockey
Borel. This boy showed a great deal
of skill by nimbly regaining his seat
when it looked as if he was oertain to
be thrown. By ; the-: time, he' was able
to straighten his , mount up the field
were lengths away.V -\u25a0.-';
*»• : — : '\u25a0 — — — "J"'
Gossip of the Track
\ The report is again in circulation
thatS. C. Hildreth's crack colt Uncle
has sons wrong in his training, at Ar
cadia. Sam McCrea,"' the \u25a0\u25a0 well \u25a0' known
local docker, received a letter yester
day from a work watcher at Santa
Anita conveying information to that ef
fect. When G. H. Keene left Arcadia
a week ago the, colt was going along
nicely ln his work, so whatever has be
fallen him must have happened within
a. few days. ; .
. Alex Rosen, a Russian jockey, put in
an appearance at Emeryville yesterday.
The boy is 14 years of age, strips at
about 110 pounds in his present con
dition, and will accept mounts- here if
the opportunity offers. He came ) to
America, after four years of service in
the saddle in Russia, principally, to im
prove his knowledge of the English
language. Jack Keene," who trained
with signal success in , Russia several
seasons ago, has offered to give the
boy a chance galloping horses, and the
lad probably will enter his employ.
Jockey Gilbert is certainly a game
lad. He refused to cancel his riding
engagements for yesterday, despite his
accident of the day before, which left
him with a very badly ; swollen knee.
Jockey Davis, who figured in the "same
accident, probably will be in condition
to resume riding today.
Jockey Butwell had been engaged to
ride Fireball yesterday, . but - Jockey
Hayes was substituted by order of
Judge Hopper.
Dr. Rowell and Jockey Miller will
return from Arcadia tomorrow to re
main until the Williams stable leaves
for the east a couple of months hence.
F. "W. Doss bet $1,000 on his colt
"Work Box, whose chances were ruined
by bolting when the barrier went up.
Jockey Preston is expected from Ar
cadia today to ride Creston in the
Derby.
Jockey F. JCelly was fined $25 for
breaking up starts with Mornond in the
opening 1 - race.
The Thornton stake, four miles," has
been reopened . for additional entries,
which will be received up , to .Friday
next.
Mamie Algol, which was beaten by a
nose in each of the four mile stakes at
Emeryville last spring, is carded : to
start in the four mile stake at Arcadia
today.
+ — ! _*
Workouts
Meelick— Mile in 1:46^; breezing.
Maud Muller — Three quarters in 1:20;
breezing.
Red Era— Five-eighths in 1.04j^.
Gypsy v . King — Three-quarters in
1 : 19 J^; breezing.
The Captain , — Three-quarters in
1:18%; breezing. ''»,-'" "< , „-. "-
Fuiletta— Seven-eighths in ; 1 :37;
breezing. \u25a0 J I
Anona— Half in :52; breezing.- v j
Sea Lad— -Three-quarters in 1:18^, j
breezing.
Frolic— Three-eighths in :39.
Massa— Three-eighths in. :38^.
Letitia S— Five : eighths in 1 :04. .
Supine— Five-eighths in 1:03^.' j
Hand Me i Down— Five-eighths in i
.: i:O3J4.v , " • ' ;: ' \u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0\u25a0 : i
Calla— Five-eighths in 1 :04. :' / '•
Lassen— Mile in .1:44^2/
Tryconnel— H^alf in :51.
Logistilla— Five-eighths in l':o7fs;
breezing. * . -
Mendon— Three-quarters in 1 :22;
breezing."
Convent Bell and • Electric Spark-f-
Five-eighths" in I :o6j4 ; 'breezing. .
San" Alvarado^— Half ; in :50.
Creston— Three-quarters yin 1:20;
: breezing. ,
Entre Nous— Half in :52; breezing. H
Prudent— Three-eighths in :38.
Matchtulla— Three-eighths in 38*4.
Captain /John—^Three-eighths in :41;
..breezing. . ;
Alsatian— Three-quarters in 1:18;
breezing.
San Ramon and*My Boquet— Half in
:/.'':so: \u25a0\u25a0:.:. -. .\u25a0;_ ;\u25a0 ;._ . .
Gromoboi — Mile in 1 :50; breezing.'.-.-.
Keep Moving— Mile" and one-eighth
' : .in -i.l :s9; ibreezing:
Ocean i Shore— -Mile in 1>46;" breezing.
; Mortiboy— Seven -eighths -in 1 :32. - ; -- ;
Cloyne— Mile- in : 1:435^.
Yellowstone— Three-quarters in
\u25a0:::1;16^.- ; ; "•:".\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"....\u25a0.--\u25a0:,\u25a0,- .\ :\u25a0 ,:
Rosylight— Three-quarters in ; \:\7y 2 .
Packy 'We far/and
Wins Decision
. : .- MILWAUKEE; Feb.. 21.— Packy Mc-
Farland of Chicagro won' v the? decision
from : Freddie V.Welsh (of ,;\u25a0.: Enslahd : ; in
their 10: round battle *bef ore the. Badger,
athleticclub ;tonight; ; , . Thei flghti^was
one \u25a0 of : the :; fastest:-. and r t most'- scientiflc
ever pulled ] off ? in '.' Milwaukee'i\ Welshes
defense v and^fpotwork^ were .marvelous,'
and; from 'the' first: round,. when he was
visibly nervous, . he put : up a wonderful
fight . . \u0084'.; \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0,- . \u25a0.'.-\u25a0 -,\- .•'
McFarland; forced the. fighting. all the
.way, which" alone .won', him the l decision/
as only '"oncefdurlns^the; 10 1 rounds t, was
Welshin. ariyj trouble.; Aserles of.: right
swings _tb '.Welsh's ; head \ln'\ In ' the'; seventh
Vound made; hirr.;srroKg:y/;but.4 he
ered ; quickly and , in j the"] ei^hth^ round
opened a bad cut over McParland's: eye.
Liberal : adrances on diamonds and \ Jewelry."
Baldwin Jewelry^ Co.;t 1261 iVan Ness aT, * •• ;
J. R. Jeffery
Three Fa writes Win
on Sloppy Track
Walter Miller and Shilling Divide
' Riding Honors at Santa
Anita *
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE CALL
LOS , ANGELES, - Feb. 21.— Rain ; f «}ll
at Santa Anita during most of the : aft
ernoon today,: but this did not prevent
three favorites from getting home in
front and rewarding the form players
with an even break on the program.
Walter Miller and Shilling divided; the
I riding honors by" piloting a .brace .of
winners each, Dugan and Harty getting
what was left. 1 In the opening aiumber
Miller rode a nice race on Lucky^ Bald
win's Orelio, and beat Summer Cloud
1 and Adelbert . Belle.'
Alleviator was favorite, but failed to
get anything/ Force won the baby race
because of Dugan's \u25a0 alert break, and
Lady, Kitty towroped her field to win
the third by j four lengths f rom Vir
ginia Lorraine and the .even money
choice. Adoration.
Jack Thornby. finally got Stoney Le»
in. a 'spot; where he. could, drop and
cleaned up on the 4 to 1 price offered
for the winner of the fourth. • -
Ben , Stone «acted like the legitimate
1 to 2 shot and won the fifth, and the
1 closing number went to * Escalante, at
9 to :10. Summary:
FIRST EACB— Six furlongs, purse $400, 4 year
olds: \u0084-.. " , » ,
Odds. Horse and Jockey. Wt St. Str. Fin.
7-2— Orello (W. Miller) .... .107 8:2 2)4 l'^ 1
6 I— Sum.'Clond (MusgraTe)lo2 6'- 4 b 2 4
4-I— Adel.. Bell (Shilling)... los; 6 1 Vt, 8 h
Time— :l3. :25, :37, :49 4-5, 1:02. 1:16 2-5.
Airs, , Playlet, Pacific, Electric, Alleviator, Lord
Roeslngton, finished as named. . Value to winner
$325. Winner, B. J. Baldwin's, b. h., 4. Em
error of Norfolk- Atlanta 11. Trained by G.;W.
Baldwin. Start good. , Won handily. Beeond
easily. Third' driving. - Orello, . even -place,- 2-5
show; Cloud, 2 place, 4-5 show; Belle, \u25a0 3-6 show.
Orello had to be shaken up a little in the clos- (
Ing strides. Cloud came through fast ln the final
eighth,* finishing strongly. Belle tired badly
when the pinch came. \u25a0 .
SECOND , RACE— Three and a half furlong*,
purse $400, -maiden 2 year olds:
Odds. Horse and Jockey. Wt- St. Str.' Fin.
8-1 — Force (E. Dugan) 1.108 2.13 IJ6
8-I— B. 11. Reed (Uennessy).loß 3 6 h 2 3
15-1 — Inclement (Mclntyre). .108 9 8 13 1%
Time — :06 4-5, :10,' :30 2-5, :42 2-5. El Plcaro,
C. W. Rlley. Furnace, Buckthorne, Lucky Mate.
Allen Lee, Jolter, Nasmertto, finished as named.
Value to winner, $325. - Winner, S. C. Hildretn's
eh. c, 2,> Arkle-Our Baby. Trained by owner.
Start good. Won handily. Second easily. Third
easily. Scratched— Heydentus, Fred Maier, Fore
guard, Knight of the East, Cull Holland. Force,
8-5 place, 8-5 show; Reed, 3 place, 3-2 show; In
clement, 3 show. Force reveled ln the going,
dashed Into an early and big lead and held Reed
saf • at the end. . Reed ln a sharp last eighth
drive finished like • n shot. Inclement finished
strong under the whip.
THIRD RACE— Seven t urlonjrs, parse $400, 4
year olds and upward, selling: -
Odds. Horse and Jockeys Wt. St. Str. Fin.
5-2— Lady Kitty (Shilling). .104 2 14 14
15-I— Vir.- Lorraine(Mu«grave)lo4 » 3 M, 2 3
1-1 — Adoration. (G. Burns).. 104 8 4 % 3 4.
Time— :l3. :24 2-5. :36, :48 8-5, 1:02 3-5,
1:16 2-5,. 1:28 3-5. Taos, Transmute, Don Hart,
Wogglebug, Hlrtle,~ Burnolette, , Florena, finished
as named. Value to winner. $325. Winner,
C. ,W. Gasser's br. m., 4. by Roberta
Lee. Trained by-J. D. Brown. Start . good.
Won easily. 'Second, easily. . Third . easily.
Scratched— Daisy > Frost, Lady \u25a0 Vashti,;. \u25a0 Bon
Vlvant, Esther B.;-.- Kitty, 3-2 place, \u25a0 1-2 show;
Lorraine, y6y 6 place, - 3 show; \u25a0 Adoration, 1-3
show. Kitty, well served by the. going, showed
most speed throughout, . making the ' field look
cheap. Lorraine, needlessly under' whip ln the
final eighth, finished strongly. S Adoration tired
ln the final ' sixteenth. ' •
• FOURTH RACE — Seven furlongs, purse $400,
4 year \u25a0 olds . and upward, selling: •, '
Odds. Horse and Jockey. Wt. St. Str. .Fin.
4-I— Stoney Lee (W. Miller) 106 7 13 15.
1-I— Gossiper II (Goldstein) 107 2 22 2 1
10-I— Freesias (Milliano). . . ..107 3 6 3 86 y
Time— :13, f :24 4-5, :36 3-5, :49, 1:012-5,
1:15, 1 :27 2-5. . Jlllette,'- Bel.isco, Pepper and
Sajt, Sherry, Brlarthorpe, Paul I. Golden Wave,
Cinnabar, finished as named. Value to winner,
$325. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Winner, J. R; Thornby'sf eh. g., -4, by
Goldcrest-Caddie C. Trained by M. J. Me-
Enery. Start yood. \u25a0 Won easily. Second hand
ily, i Third easily. Scratched— Leash, Teacress,
Astral \u25a0: 11,-" Colonel Jewell. Lee, ; even \u25a0 place,
2-5 show; Gossiper, 2-5 place, out show; Free-,
slas, 2 show. Lee forced" a sharp pace in - the
first five .\u25a0 furlongs,' • then -came away easily,
winning as his ? rider pleased. , • Gossiper, in
long last eighth drive, finished strongly. \u25a0;'•' Free
sias finished - with a rush.
' FIFTH RACE— Five and a half furlongs, purse
$400, 3 year. olds t . Belling:: : \
Odds. Horse and Jockey. \: Wt. St. Str. --Fin.
1-2— Ben Stone (Harty). 109 8 13'1'2H
10-I— Dr. Slmrall (T., Taylor) 112 4 8 h 2 1%
6-i_^)rlflamb (G. Burns) ... .112 5 4 2 3 3 <
Time-^-:07,' :18 : 3-5, :30 1-5, :42 3-5, :56,;
1:08 2-5. . Wise Child, 'Lltholin,. Taraban,,Malt
ble.iflnished as named. -Value- to winner. $325.
-Winner, James ; Curl's b.'g., 3,- by Ben Strome-
Belle \u25a0 Dlago.' Trained' by W. L. Curl. Start
good. Won easily. Second easily, i Third easily.
Scratched — Humero.' Stone, "lfs place, out show::
Hlmrall, 5-2 . place, \u25a0• 4-5 show, . OrlXlamb, : 1-2
show. \u25a0 . Stone always held field , safe. Dr. Sim
rail In long \u25a0 stretch drive finished sturdily. Orl
flamb .tired ln closing ; strides. -
BIXTH RACE— Six furlongs, purse $400, 4
year olds and upward.' selling: .
Odds. r Horse and Jockey.- Wt. St. Str. Fin. -
9.lO— Escnlante (Shilling).... lo7 ,1 1 6 1 1 /
7-I—Columbia G. »(Vandusfn)lo2 5 8 h; 2 1 "
t 7-I— Gateway - (Hardy ) - . . r. ..106 8. 63 33
; <Time— :l2 3-5, :24 1-5.: :36, :48 3-5, 1:01 3-5,
1 :15. Rustling Silk, Nonle , Lucille.^ Laura E,
Fair. Fagot, Sharp Boy, finished as named. Value
to wlnuer, $325... Winner/ C. H. - Patten & Co.'s
eh. \u25a0 h., • • by . A mlgo-Colonia. .-..Trained • by iW. - J-.'.
Speirs.- Start good." -Won easily.-. Second" easily.'
Third ;. easily.-,.- Scratched— Catallne. - Escalante,
2-5 place, 1-4 show ;; Columbia Girl, ; 2 place, "1-2
\u25a0how; . Gateway, even 'show. ': The t going \u25a0 Just
suited Escalante- and, always .held ..opponents
safe.- Columbia Girl finished with a rush under
punishment. - Gateway made-. up*: much ' ground
last quarter and finished fast. \u25a0
Santa Anita Park ' Entries
. t FIRST RACE— Seyen furlongs, \u25a0. nelllng: .'
Lcnla ; -. .' ; . : . .*. ."'. . : " 88] Dredger \u25a0'....... .". . .'.'- 93 '
BUck.Mote .... . ..lOHSanfara ......... .;.'.102
Llscbt W001. ...... 104|Ampedo .......;.. .:104
George -Byrnes . ..V. PSißrawney Lad --..V. ."."80 '
Bird iof Passage. . .IWIPaI ; . .'. . . ...';.... r.XW
Rastus • . ... 63| s
\u25a0 \u25a0 SECOND RACE — Three Rnd a hnlf furlonfrs;
purt-e," 2 y<»ar olds: -.•\u25a0\u25a0.-• "'
Vnljean ......... .IllSlEchopus ...105
Colored Lady :..; "100iHori.ee ;H; H .: ...113
Traffic.' . . . . .. ... ..:113|Mattle Russell . :..110
Wm. .: F. " Herron. : : VloS Hairy . Stanhope . . ..103
• B. : c. ; Rubicon- . Annie ,' Wells : . . . . ; . : 100
\u25a0' Ralnlet , r Duke of - Milan ....'.113
Frank Clancy ......103! . '-'\u0084- '\u25a0'. •
: THIRD i RACE— BIx furlongs] Belling:
Aunt ' Polly . ....:r. 127! Sink, Spring .-....'.*121
Prince I Frederjct -T. .132|Halton .... . ; . . . . . .*124 \u25a0
Lee Harrison II :".-"-. 126i Merrill .-.. ......12C
Porry i Wickes .;::'. 12»|The Poet ........ ;.Y2.i :
I Daisy .Frost ...... .".124| \u25a0- V- ;-,;. ; -\u25a0 ,". •. \u25a0 )
RAC&— Four . miles, tbe Norfolk 1
handicap,' $2,000: added: . t/.--: - :"' -
Msmle .-Alkol .;.... 105!B(g; Bow ....'.. .:..10S
LiTins ' ...... . : . . . ; : 105 Fl rst Peep \u25a0 '. .~r::rrr. 1 00 \
Woodsman-... .. 85|r:. ' \u25a0\u25a0_\u25a0\u25a0' \
v. FIFTH, RACE— One mile, purse: . U'J''. - ,
Tony Fanst :.;.r;.lo7|MrtrstPr ........ ...:IQS ;
Bidney F:. . ; . . :..:.'. 102 SlaKuzine '; ... . . .; ; .MOO *
Light Wool ...V. V:. 981 ; .. , I
SIXTH RACE— Five and a half furlong's. I '
selling:- .- ' ,- -;\u25a0- .'-"-': - /' \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0: " .'\u25a0 i
BiJly, Bewlegs .... 03 Boojrer .Red ........ OSi
Kerry" . . . . . . . .'''. ; .': VPS La Gloria f.;. . ; :'.".*102 ij
Billy > L Mayham :. .-.:1O5 Godfather J . ..... . . . . J2 - ,
Hereafter ............105 Friar of -E1ei0... ... M 3 .
Leura'Clay • ... .; ,".'.; 07
' SEVENTH RACE— One and an eighth miles", .
selling:. : . . -. ./.;. . :: -. ;
il»bla .-\u25a0•. . . . . . . . . . ...104lAnTil .......... . . . LlOfi
U^rtrfßosslngton \-.'.*96iElle rj;rr?.T.*?r. > .\'?::lM
Mamie -:...V.104!1.8f1y Chiswell ....ilOfll',
Ormonde's Rigli t *. : 1061 lu victus • . . . . .". . . . : '• ". 10S I
Foncasta :..... .".'.•lG3!County .Clerk ;. ;;. : .!<•« I 1
Sainrldn ....... ....".<C,\ " BJißmiWtiWlßTF'
: alloivance. , '/..-. \u25a0 ';; .\u25a0[ ' '-. \u25a0 j
Trainer Buxt6n;bet;J6so; straig-ht; and ,|
place ;f. on ij his -^ cleyer/lmareV- Sugrarraaid f|
yesterday/^Pe'rwould^have?bet;;?2,oooj'
had ,;-the.: mare rworked" r a : bit;: better; for, J"
the racevthahfshei'dld. *
The California Derby Field
" ; . w<> Work.
Ho™*-- • Owner. Joc&ey. • j^ mUes iB Ijo^. breexlas.
Meelick...... S. C. Hildreth.... \u25a0"\u25a0 . * > Jl7 Pre pp«d In race.
V. St s? ley •" •• .WUUam Wa1ker.......:.....-- 1% mile- In 1*9%, brewing.
Keep Moving ...Move Goldblatt .Sandy.. *V 1H m«*» ln 1:M *
Early Tide, .............. U. Z. de Annan. Knapp *~' m lle In 1:20.
Crestoni V. Z. de Arnum. ........... .Pre.t0n. ....... .-^ M Ue li. IH3S-3.
C10yne....... T. H. Ste-vens prepped «» races.
Import .....F.W. Hea1ey.. ....... ...... -Gilbert * ' % to
Saint Modan. . . Mnrchrmont Stable. ..'Klnchbaum r * - \u25a0" '
The Call's Handicap Forecast
J. R. Jeffery
r
Ratings are for fast track. Deduct one point for each pound
overweight. V • >
WAP—PRINCE BRUTUS—SEVENFULL
FIRST RACE—Six furlongs; selling; 3 year olds and upward:
Index. Horse and Owner. Wt. Rating. Remarks.
1847 Wap (Lowe) .... ... . 93; 67 Fresh and fit.
. 2189 Prince Drutuo (Wilson) .....110 66 Disregard last race.
(2175) Sevenfull (Stover) .100 66 Fast, but quits.
(2180) Tawasentha (Oakland) .....107 63 Might do ft.
v 2176 Alsation (Goldblatt) ........105 63 Last race below par.
1789 Alice Carey (Buxton) .......101 62 Ran well at Arcadla.
.... J.W. O'Neill (Tr0tter)......103' 60 First out in month*.
2163 Ed Davis (McCafferty) ....... 95 59. . Hot thing last start.
2166 Triumphant (Keene) .......112 68 "Worst of weights.
(2171) Matt Hogan (Magrane). .....104 66 Balance ordinary sort.
2178 Gov. Orman (Dunn) .....104 65
751 'Buchanan (Schreiber) .....100 65
2180 'Phil Igoe (Ramsey) 102 ' 48
2180; Senator "Warner (Hawkins)..lo2 43
BYE BYE II—ROYAL RIVER—VESME
. SECOXD RACE-—Mile and 70 yards; selling; 3 year olds and upward:
1 Index. Horse and Owner. Wt: Rating. ,T Remarks.
2174 Bye Bye JI (Tr0tter).......100 70 Ran well last out. ".*»
2158 Hoyal Rlrer (Shouldice) .... .101 66 Is a fair sort.
.... Vesme (Maine stable) ..103 63. Ran well at Arcadia.
2185 Reservation (Bedwell) ... ...107 63 Improving.
2187 Whidden (San, Antonio).. 99 62 Last rade disappointing.
2193- Wuerzburger (Keene) 105 62 Hot tip last out
2191 High Gun (Dugan & Boland) 90 61 La3t race below par.
2179 *Boloman (Fountain) .......104 69 Left laat start. ,
2179 *Mabel Hollander (Ramsey). 97.. 68 In nice shape.
(2187) Prestige (Buxton) ..........110 68 Never better. _ •"-'
2166 Emily. M (Mobile) ..........102 56 Probably too far.
2185 Ruth W (Dunn) ..... ...113 55 Too much weight. .
2182 . Markie Mayer. (Morehouse) ; .105 50 Scant chance.
2137: The Broker (Covington);. ..107 , 33 No chance.
PETER STERLING—JANET A—TREASURE SEEKER
THIRD. RACK—MiIe and three-quarters; Cup Preliminary; $600; 4 year
' olds and upward: "..":X v.
Index. Horse and Owner. *- Wt. Rating. Remarks.
2192 Peter Sterling (Trotter) .109 80 Route will suit.
X 2192) Janeta (Cotton) ......... 105 70 In rare form.
2164 Treasure Seeker (Bedwell).".. 98 68 -Will like the route.
2116 Miss Rillie (Maple) .....105 65 Clever long distance runner.
(2162) Ramus (Stevens) ....... .104 65 "Won the cup last year.
2185. Monaco Maid (Walker) .... .100 65 Last race poor.
' 2185 Graphite (Dayton) 102 61 Disappointed last start.
. 2192 Red Leaf (Keene) .105 - 61 Recent form poor.
. 2146 Ethel Abbott (Neil) .100 60 Scant chance.
MEELICK—STANLEY FAY—KEEP MOVING
FOURTH RACE—MiIe and a quarter; the California Derby; 3 year olds;
i $5,000 added: '
Index. ' Horse and Owner. Wt. Rating. Remarks.
,1784 Meelick (Hildreth) .........122 92 Looks a bit the best.
2192 Stanley Fay (Walker) .....117 91 Has class and is fit. '
2186 Keep Slovlng (Goldblatt)... .117 58 Likely to Improve. '
1696 tCreston(De Arman)..... ..114 53 Supposed to be sprinter only.
2186 Import (Healey) ............117 56 Maybe better than figures.
12186 Cloyne (Stevens) ...........112 63 Improving.
; (1844) tEarly Tide (De Arman) .127 '61, ' Too much weight.
2186 Saint Modan (Marchemont). .117 43 Races not much.
--'- tDe Arman entry. ' V
FANTASTIC—THE MIST—SAN ALVISO
FIFTH RACE—-Seven furlongs; the Cherry Tree handicap; 3 year olds
- and upward; value. $600: .
1 Index. t Horse andvOwner. : Wt. Rating. Remarks.
-2200 Fantastic (Goldblatt) ......100 82 Ran swell race yesterday.
21S8 The Mint (Ross) ............ 98 77 Right on edge; consistent.
" 2188" San Alvl«o(Sobra Vista)... .100 77 Will be right there.
(2126) Tom Shaw (Dayton) ....... 98 76 Might improve.
2156. Dollle Dollars (Buchanan).. $9 74 Last race poor.
2188 Bucolic (Walker & McK.) .. .102 73 Racing well.
2185 iHilgert (Stevens) .... .. 93 68 Up against it.-
TI'MOTH V WEN—OVELANDO—BILLY PULLMAN
SIXTH RACE—-One mile; purse; 3 year olds and upward:
: Index. Horse and Owner. Wt- Rating. \u25a0 Remarks.
2174 Timothy Wen (Stock) ...100-80 Ran well last out.
2188 Ovelnndo (Hawkins) ........105 78 Races disappointing. -""S
2186 Billy Pullman (Trotter) .....87 74 Likely to • wake up.
2174 Royal Maxim (Covington). ..100 \u0084 74 Ran several fair races.
2180 Senator Beckham (Chirm) ;;.;S2 66 In with a feather.
2164 -Joe Nealon (McCafferty) .... 85 61,- Recent races poor.
1606 Kruka (Durker) .:........ ..100 - 60 Balance no chanca. .
, 2176 Mamie Stanhope (Hollywood), 80 47 ' ,
2178 The Mouser (Colfax) ....... 95 -28
• Apprentice allowance. \
V BEST BETS—PETER STERLING; FANTASTIC
Meclid favorite. Among Classy Field to Contend
at Emeryville Today in California Derby
* ;The eleventh renewal of the historic
California;' derby, ' secondary .-'. only to
the 'classic Burns handicap in Import
ance and -value among the notable.fix
tures of the western turf, will furnish
the star feature of one of . the' most at
tractive i programs . of .the at ' the
'Emeryville track ..this afternoon. -
'.- • In . view, of the] keen . interest mani
fested, in; the outcome of this blue rib
bon event: and; the attractiveness of the
holiday card in other* respects, it would
not be atrall" surprising should today's
attendance at the tracK , break ' all ,- rec
ords. The course is lightning fast, as
evidenced^ by '"the breaking 'of; two rec
ords this week, and brilliant v sport
may. be' expected. 1 The \i smashing -i of
track' records | is amons | tne possibilities
that .'; the A ; card I holds .'-. forth. " , That ~ the
derby record w-ill be broken la virtually
a. foregone conclusion. The stake " has
almost; invariably been decided over, a
bad track and : this j afternoon's^ promis
ing "track ; conditions will ' be a^ decided
Innovation; for derby :day. The: fastest
derby on' record 'was, that of 1901, when
Joe^Frey, ran ;,the. mile"' and a "quarter
,1n2:07%." The caliber, of the field'en
tered : :for ; ; today .presages - a", splendid
contest : in \u25a0 fast - time.
'* Eight- horses have . been : named -to
start , 'out ot vthe* 41st of ,; 86 eliglbles/
.The -most'v illustrious absentee; is-: the
: $30,000 Uncle?-' His scarcely 'less capa
h;le stablernate,' ; Meelick, "will carry,: the
;Hildreth : colo'rs. : - ; Williarn .Wakei-rs high
class .' col t, : Stanley Fay," whose ;. record
is ; a" brilliant «; one ;\u25a0 both -i in '-'. California
and iri;the'east;tMose Goldblatt's; clever
fllly Keep^ Moving.S whose failure to; win
the,Oaks%was a^.bit .of hard ! luck;"; Early
Tide 'itLiiA] ; Creston, - the ' De "Armah ? entry,
both\ of . : whom ; have ' performed^ in bril
9* M»9. OF- CATARRH
' c - ' -vEven in its early.stages Catarrh Is a most distressing'ailment, caused by
&e^ stuffy feeling^^
difficultbre^thing,;- continual '.' hawking.- and spitting.f* etc., but when the
bloojdjbeVdmes'th^ro^ which produce the
jdisease it b'ecomes'^seriotis'and'i often; dangerous disorder.' ;Then the" brbn^
chial tubes Tare : attacked; -the ;bladderi and kidneysdiseased, and often, the
lungs)bec6me faff ected \ by l the; constant "i passage o f impure , blood 1 through
them and Catarrh terminates in Consumption. The impurities and poisons
•m' ;^e.blood'.wh'ic^
of sprays^ in^lationj, !^.washes; ietc. :^ Such', treatment cannot : | reach the real
caused and their; use alone should ; Sever be (depended y on to cure the disease.
S.S. ; S. cures Catarrh by cleansing ; the^
.It goes \ down/ahd^attacks! the \u25a0 \u25a0" disease at ,' its ; head, \u25a0 in \ the circulation,* and
removes T every^trace^of [the I impurity^ that is causing - the trouble. \ ? Therf a3 j
rich,' purified bl6od ; is carried tcVall parts of ithe^system* the symptoms "grad- , '
u^ly, leave^the^healthjis improved * and S. S. S/ niakes a permanent cure "of
the tfouble./;! Special bobkT oul CatarrhTand '-zny. medical' -'iulvice'desired sent
f^t6^lwhowrite.;T;;jHElS^^
Speedy Contenders for
fhe California Derby
ll»nt fashion at the Arcadia meeting;
Import,, a colt that has been dolnar
everything: that has been asked of him
of late at Emeryville; Cloyne, a clever
filly In the east that has shown fair
form in California, and Saint Modan.
a colt that Is Just roundlnar into form.
make up the balance of the classiest
fields that has contested the derby in
recent^years at least.';?;.
* Early Tide will be top weight of the
race/with 1:27 pounds. It hardly
seems likely that he will be able to
successfully concede weight to his
clever, antagonist and his impost
probably will eliminate him as a dan
gerous factor. Creston, his otablemate.
Is, regarded as a sprinter rather than
a distance runner.
Meelick, In vlaw of his brilliant ca
reer as a 2 year old, the' reputation of
his owner as one of , the most success
ful ' trainers on the coast. : and his im
pressive 'work In preparation for the
stake, will- rule an 1 overwhelming fa
vorite. : It is r the unanimous belief of
the. experts .that little fear need be
entertained : of : Meelick' a ability to go
the. route, although six and a half fur
longs marks the' limit of his public
performances •to date. His - ability to
handle weight well has been abundant
ly ? demonstrated. He ; is thoroughly flt
for today's test- and; it is an open secret
that the Hildreth connections are
serenely. confident that he win.
With: Eddie Dugan/ up it may : be re
gard<sd'ia3 a "foregone conclusion that
Meelick will be well, ridden.
-Walker ; sayß that the horse
that beats Stanley" Fay. today will know
he : has been; in a race.; Walker' says
thatihis ;colt,is fit to run the race of
hlsT.career. -The obtaining. of a com
California Derby Winners I
Te*r. Horse. Impost. Tfan«.
IS97— Sc»rborou«n 122 2:UV;
IS93— Traverser 122 2:03>,
139»-Coxsini 122 • *:OS%
190 Wo« Fwy 122 2:<mi
1902— Sombrero 122 2:18';
1903— CUudo 1" 2:09
1904— Boml>*rdi«* H* 1 *
1905 — Dr. l*Sg° 1 37 *:ll'i
19Ce-Good Luck -I" 2 = 10%
1907— Tenuuroo 1" 2:10 2-4
petent rider for his colt was Walkers
only concern yesterday. Up to a latf
hour yesterday afternoon he had nor
decided as to who would have the
mount. Jockey Keogh is among the
possibilities. His apprentice-rider, A.
Harris, has not had the experience
necessary for such an important con
test.
Mo3e Goldblatt is wonderfully conn
dent, that his mare Keep Moving will
make a much better showing today
than in any of her previous starts
here. He professes to really believe
that his mare will win.
Import will have a following, but H
Is generally recognized that he is up
against a very different sort of gam*
today than in the races in which h*
has been beating horses of moderate
caliber with light weight up.
Cloyne and Saint Modan will be the
outsiders* in the betting and neither
can be given much of a chance on
what they have. shown to date.
The race will be worth about $5,000
to the winner, JI.OOO to the second
horse and $500 to the third.
As sidelights to the derby there wiH
be a contest at a mile and three
quarters, preliminary to the s Water
house cup next Saturday, which has
attracted a high class field, and the
Cherry Tree handicap, in which a
bunch of clever speed burners will try
conclusions, at seven furlongs.
'WIJTXERS AT NEW ORLEA.NS
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 21.— City Park r«*u!t«
First race, three- furlongs — Serrleenee won.
The Slicker s«cond. Trapper third. T!me^«<JS 3-5.
Second race, six fnrlongs — Tli* Thorn won.
Bisk second. Dick Ro«e third. Time: 1:17 4-5.
Third, race, serea furlongs — Wabash Qne»n
won. Rose of Pink second. Mazaona third. Time.
1:82 3-5.
Fonrth race, seren forlonss — Consistent won,
French Ntm second, Ladj Ethel third. Tlrnp.
1:31 1-6.
Fifth race, five and a half fnrlonjra — R!i"-r
woo. Platoon second. Miss Sain third. Tim*.
1:09 2-5.
Sixth race; si* fnxlonjr»— -Merrtck won. Arr
fnl Dodjrer second, Fnnlcnlalr* third. Tim-,
1:18 3-5. Royal Onyx finished first, bat w:v»
disqualified for fouling.
Seventh raw. one and a sixteenth miles — H ->-
ray won, Grenade second. Tern's Rod this- 1 .
Time. 1:63.
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The papers made mention a short
time ago of people cured of cancers
without knife or pain by Dr. and Mr 3.
Dr. Chamley & Co. Since that time
the cures of many prominent people
have been the occasion of great com-
ment.
They all said their cures were mar-
velous beyond 'expression, many of
them having been given up to d!e.
They first obtained > the Doctors* free
book.- which proves that any lump In
woman's breast is cancer. It led to,
as they say, the greatest blessing of .
their lives.
All the leading newspapers and
medical journals of the world hare
noted their success and wonderful
cures. They charge nothing until cured
-and offer $1,000 if they fail. It Is said
they have cured more cancers than any
other doctors living. Strictly reliable";
no X-Ray or other swindle. They prob-
ably have the beat 130 page book
ever printed on cancers and tumors.
Sent free only to those who describe
their case. Their address Is 636 Mc-
Allister St.. San Francisco. Cal.
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