untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1903-12-18


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Floyd K., . . 2 to 1 3rd only finished third yesterday, being backed heavily by the stable connections. Floyd K. was knocked out of it at the start, otherwise the horse could not have lost. Elsie L., 5 to 1, led all the way to near the wire. Yesterday was certainly an off day for my clients, but look at my record below and you will see that I have very few of them, and my clients are such big winners that they can afford a losing day now and then. Turfites, I "am due to send several long shots, and I therefore strongly advise you to subscribe to my wire at bnce. The WINNING INFORMATION that I impart to my clients from day to day should convince turfites that I am without a peer when it comes to furnishing WINNERS, and that I have the best "inside" line on the horses. My success is due to the fact that I am at the track each morning timing the work-outs of the horses, and noting their condition. My acquaintance with numerous OWNERS, TRAINERS and JOCKEYS enables me to impart to my clients valuable advise from the best inside sources. Remember, I advise but TWO GOOD BETS each day. Below you will find my selections and notice that .00 bet straight on each of my TWO DAILY SPECIALS Wim 36.00 on tfie meeting. Date. Two Best Bets Each Day. Won. Lost. Nov. 26. FORESIGHT, 6-1, WON; C. THOMPSON, 4-1, WON $ 50.00 " 27. SWEET NELL, 11-5, WON; JULIA JUNKIN, 20-1, WON.. 111.00 " 28. BIG BEN, 5-1. 2D; ATILLA, 5-1, 2D 0.00 " 30. DUTCH CARTER, 10-1, WON; TOMMY FOSTER, 40-1, 3D 50.00 5.00 Dec. 1. JULIA JUNKIN, 3-1, WON: MAD MULLAH, 6-1, WON... 45.00 " 2. MAUSER, 8-1, WON; TAMARIX, 12-1, LOST 40.00 5.00 " 3. SWEET NELL, 9-2, 3D; STAND PAT, 4-1, 2D 10.00 " 4. ZYRA, 11-5, WON; GREGOR K., 6-5, WON 17.00 " 5. LEV DORSEY, 3-1, WON; ATHLANA, Scratched 15.00 " 7. SEA SHARK, 6-1, WON; MAMSELLE, 8-1, WON 70.00 " 8. FRANK BELL, 3-1, WON; BOUNTIFUL, 7-2, WON 32.50 " 9. LITTLE ELKIN, 3-1, WON; SID SILVER, 12-1, 2D 15.00 5.00 " 10. BUD EMBRY, 10-1, WON; SYMPHONY, 7-2, WON 67.50 " 11. OVER AGAIN, 4-1, WON; ASCENSION, 11-5, WON 31.00 12. SCORPIO, 4-1, WON; PARISIENNE, 1-1, WON 25.00 " 14. BIG BEN, 11-5, WON; MRS. FRANK FOSTER, 6-5, 2D.. 11.00 5.00 " 15. L. J. HORNER, 12-1, WON; C. THOMPSON, 4-1, LOST 12.00 5.00 " 16. THE BOBBY, 4-5, WON; TOMMY FOSTER, 8-5, LOST... 4.00 5.03 " 17. FLOYD K., 2-1, 3D; ELSIE L., 5-1, LOST 10.00 Total 96.00 0.00 "RESULTS count, and I aim to give my clients a good percentage of WINNERS each week. Thus you will see that if you are a JAMES CLIENT and subscribe to my information, results are highly profitable. Unless I make my clients win I cannot hold their patronage. My information is telegraphed you direct from the track each morning and my information reaches you not later than 9 a. m. SEND me your name and I will mail you a copy of "How to Bet Successfully" MAILED FREE and full particulars regarding my information. The terms for my daily wire service are TEN DOLLARS 0. for SIX SPECIAL WIRES. When telegraphing remittances be sure to give your full address. nrppP Owing to the closing of the pool-rooms in Chicago and vicinity, I wish i i E- r to state to those who desire to play my information and cannot place their own money, I will operate an account for you at the track. Send me an account of 5. 0, or 00 and I will place , 0, or 0 on each of my Two Best Bets each day, mailing you the information each morning. At the end of each week I will mail you an itemized statement showing horses played, odds obtained, etc., with money order for the amount of your profits. When operating an account for you I do not charge for the information but deduct 20 per cent of the weekly profits for I, acting as your commissioner at the track. Subscriptions should be sent at once in order to take advantage of the numerous "GOOD THINGS" mentioned below. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY For FRIDAY two 6 to 1 shots that the stable connections are confident of winning. SATURDAY, I expect, will be my banner day", for I always make a special effort on Saturdays to send my clients something extra good, and on this day I shall send one that will be at LONG ODDS. No turfite should miss subscribing to my wires on the above days, so send in your subscriptions at once if you desire to participate in the numerous "GOOD THINGS" that are going to be cut loose. Address C. H. JAMES, P. 0. DRAWER I, HEW ORLEANS, Ik. ED AUSTIN Member Western Bookmakers Association. Turf Correspondent and CoHaralssloaer, McCIi08KEY BUILDING, NEW OKLEAN8, IiA. From the New Orleans Daily States, December 17. "A Killing on The Messenger." Eddie Austin and his friends cut quite a "melon" yesterday afternoon with The Messenger, the winner of the last race. It was the well known bookmaker that led the plunge on the St. Louis owned horse. As good as 20 to 1 could have been secured at one time, but after Austin quit betting, the price had been cut to fives. The Messenger was not thought to have a chance by bookmakers or the public. It was known that he broke down in St. Louis last summer and at that time it was thought that his racing days were over. His owners thought that perhaps they could patch him up for one more race and shipped him to this city from St. Louis. They went along slow with the old gelding and finally got him ready. Yesterday was the first time in months that The Messenger had paraded to the post. Austins "dockers" informed him that the old gelding had been working -well and that he had an exceptionally good chance to win the race. Austin watched the old fellow in his preliminary gallop and then strolled into the ring. He knew that The Messenger was as good as he ever was and -was worth a bet. He expected to see him at a short price in the betting, but to his surprise the old gelding was quoted at 20 to 1. There are very few men in this country that "have got" anything on Austin when it comes down to judging - prices, but at a glance he saw that the odds were away out of line on his good thing. It never took him a pair of minutes to get busy. He went down the line betting each book as much as they would take at 20 to 1. It never took the bockies long to rub. In a jiffy. The Messenger was held at sixes. This did not prevent Austin from going ahead. He continued to bet until the horses were sent away. How much he won on the race is not known, as Austin never talks about his winnings or his losses. WIN AT NEW ORLEANS- 2--Specials Daily 2, Wired at 12 Oclock. Dally Wire and Letter Service. A telegram each morning, advising the Two Best w Things of the daily program; a regular weekly letter with information, advice and sugges- tlon to subscribers; also privilege of inquiries and advice at will by wire or letter. TERMS: 0.00 WEEKLY, - For the benefit of those who cannot operate for themselves, I will accept accounts of 5 and upward, for which a commission of 10 per cent, will be charged on net winnings. No charge for information when operating accounts.

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