untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-03


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■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■kwBHBWwlwOB ■ 1 — CANADIAN CIRCUIT WINDSOR JOCKEY CLUB STAKES CLOSE TUESDAY, MAY 5 FRONTIER HANDICAP ,000. For Three-year-olds and upward. One Mile and One-eighth. D. and C. STAKES $ 1,500 For Three-year-olds and upward. One Mile. PONTCHARTRAIN STAKES ,500 For Three-year-olds and upward. Six Furlongs. EDENWOLD STAKES ,000, and SilVer Plate. For Two-year-olds. Five Furlongs. DETROIT STAKES $ 1,500 For Two-year-olds. Five and a Half Furlongs. DETROIT AND WINDSOR FERRY GO. HANDICAP ,000. For Three-year-olds and upward. One and One-sixteenth Miles. WINDSOR STAKES $ 1,500 For Three-year-olds and upward. One Mile. GEORGE HENDRIE MEMORIAL HANDIGAP, ,000, and a challenge Gup. For ah Ages, on, Mile. ESSEX HANDIGAP ,000. For Two-year-olds. Five and a Half Furlongs. CANADIAN HANDICAP ,500 For Three-year-olds and upward. Foaled in panada. One Mile. Daily Purses Average 00 Each * — «■.* First Meeting July 15 to July 22 Second Meeting August 15 to August 22 +— — ■ + OEORGE M. HENDRIE 1A/ 1 HI ft C A D lAPI/PV -fM I ID WALTER O, PALMER President and Treasurer. WllllUoUI% tl j I L 1 1 LUD Secretary. 3 Ouellette Avenue ::: WINDSOR ONT., CANADA THE AUCTION n fORTV C0LTS YEARLINGS A|in bred on the shares by the late ■ / / Mr. James R. Keene cniin FOUR -d „...„ rlLLIES Various Breeders i __— LEXINGTON, KY„ MAY 6 Never again will such foals as these be offered at the publics bid, but they are partnership and must be sold for " a division -mm THE GET OE ===== THE BEST Ben Brush . . .THE . . . OPPORTUNITY KL Kentucky Sales Co. ™t Hippodrome _ Peter Pan LEXINGTON RltV Superman . . Kentucky . . Si S. T.HARBISON KEN WALKER JSXJL Voter PRESIDENT SECRETARY ItllWlUlO [ WANTED I Monthly Racing forms C£ Per opy will be paid for clean and complete Jp I copies of MONTHLY RACING FORM fot = 1 JUNE, 1912 DAILY RACING f OHM PI BUSHING CO., 441 Plymouth Court, Chicago, III. Ornstein and Schoenberg 441 Plymouth Court CHICAGO ILLINOIS HAT FRAMES FOR THE TRADE HIGH CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY. The Einest Resort Hotel in the World HAS BEEN BUILT AT SUNSET MOUNTAIN, ASHEVILLE; N. C. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. An old-fashioned Inn. walls five feet thick, of granite bouiders. Water from slopes of highest ■Willi east of the Rockies. Finest golf links in the South. Wri*e for rates and literature. GROVE PARK INK. Sunset Mountain Asheville. North Carolin* SUNNYSIOE HOTEL Magnolia Springs, Baldwin County :: Alabama. W. H. H. HARDING, Proprietor. In the heart of the Ponce de Leon country, between Mobile Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Open all the year round. Fine fishing. The Springs furnish a certain cure for kidney diseases. RATES: 5 PER WEEK. THE COLONIAL INN AT FAIRHOPE :: ALABAMA Under the management of J. C. HUNT. A beautiful winter resort, steam heated and all modern improvements. SPECIAL RATES TO WINTER TOURISTS. TELEPHONES: Automatic 62-756. Harrison 1314, 1315, 1316 All Departments. OWEN H. fAY LIVERY CO. AUTOMOBILE LIVERY AND GARAGE 435 Plymouth Court, Chicago, III. BUD" WHITE. Telephone: Harrison 3990. F. T. WHITE BUFFET 3Q8 South Clark Street All Sporting Events Reported by Full Ticker Service. OLD JIM GORE WHISKEY. BLATZ PRIVATE STOCK. FROM » TO -m Adolph SCI / GENERAL EXECUTOR OF ARTISTIC, CORRECT and MODERN PRINTING. 441 Plymouth Court, Chicago, Illinois TELEPHONES: Harrison 7340. Automatic 67-226. THE STANDARD TURF GUIDE, CHICAGO Eeeterdajra Form Special tiuislicil third. MONDAYS SPECIAL: No. 212 in Book No. 364. OmslMMl i .ui sreo— 1. Daily won. FLITTERGOLD. 5-1. SECOND. w:is oar X Special. Daily rail third. Korej Special. IVAN GARDNER. 13-1. Second. MONDAYS SPECIAL: Black Friday-Ma-He-Jo-See. THE TURF REPORTER. Room 509. 22 West Quincr Street. Chicago. Illinoia. NATIONAL RACING REVIEW. MONDAYS SPECIAL: Maine. Mountain. Mitten. Swallow. Yesterdays Wire. DR. SAMUEL, 365-100, WON. and S|h. iai Intuited third. New Address, 446, 321 S. La Salle St., Chicago, 111. Golf Skirts MADE OF your own material WILSON, 166 N. State St., Chicago COFFEE. Did you ever try Jevnes MOCHA and JAVA Coffee? If you are not already one of Jevnes Coffee Customers try a pound at once and you will never use any other. The pound, 42 cents. C. JEVNE and CO., 30 - 32 South Wabash Ave.. Chicago HORSEMENS Kentuckys Most HEADQIARTERS Famous Hotel. REFURNISHED and. MODERNIZED. Rates: .OO per day and up. Street Cars Direct to Track. Gait House Co.. Louisville. Kv. J. GREENBERG President Casaba,3 I, Won wak my s|*H-i;il Wednesday. I came light lark-:ind made good. Saturday, a heavy track lira I us. ISut Wednesday we cleaned up. My record speaks for itself. BELFAST 3-1 WON NIMBUS 1-1 WON ELLA GRANE 15-1 Lost CASABA 8-1 2ND CASAB A : 3-1 WON A 5 Straight Bet on All the Horses I Have Advertised Netted 25 Clear Profit and Jeniomber. tlicy were sent lo clients absolutely free. Only one short -priced horse out of the entire Ave advised. Doat you realize now what it means t« follow the right money. Now listen. I have a surprise for you. Thursday, May 7, at Pimlico, I will be in a position to tell you all about a real killing. The stable I have rcteience to will clean up with one of the sweetest things ever put over at ■ nee track. The trainer, who is considered one of the shrewdest in the east, has tins horse primed for a killing at a rood price. The operator, who 1 am connected with, told me it should net him a fortune. We expect the ..dds to be good. You caut afford to mi-v it. Ueinemt er. you pay after the rsei — if I make good. You semi me the profits of $," if horse wins :it 4 to 1 or better: nothing if less than 4 te 1. I take .-ill the chance. Get ready, let nie show von how to make some money. Write today. If I have your name dont write again. All honest players will set Thursdays deeper. Address at once H. DEAN Suite 5 and 6 Marion Building 296 LENOX AVENUE :: NEW YORK CITYj BACE TRACK NEWS. I shall be iu charge of the pool buyers of the stand tor the coming Butte and Anaconda, Motit., meetings, openiag July 4. under the same conditions as hist summer. I need pool-buyers for Butte ami Anaconda. All who care to come will he treated well ass] equally. Yoa will see a grand gaase, with pleat] of business. For farther In for, matiou cm-lose addressed, stamped envelope to M. BRODT, 816 Franklin Avenue :; ;; gt, Louis, Mo,

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