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to 1 per cent a year (thirty years) on $60.
On the Baltimore & Ohio the pension fund
is supported mainly or whollv by the em-
ployes; on the Grand Trunk each man pays
2Vz per cent of his salary, the company
putting in an equal amount, and the pen-
sion is 1 2-3 per cent of the man's salary,
inulti]ilied by the number of years that he
has contributed to the pension fund.


RAILHOAIX f^n


AGE OF
ib- RETIREMENT.


Approxi- No. of Yearly
mate Ao. pension- appro-
employ'd ers. priat'n


"*' C ^ ul - Optional


Baltimore & Ohio IS


(5 None. 65
)1 70 65
"4 None. 55
B 65 60
)1 70 60 and 65
70 65
H 70 65


218 $34.800




27.000 200000






Delaware, Lackawanna & Western 191
Illinois Central 191


50000


30,000 . . 100,000




76.000 1,000 300,000
35,000 300


Pennsylvania west of Pittsburg. . . 191



234



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AM> YEAR BOOK FOR HUM.



MEN OF THE YEAR.



ALLISON, William



B. Born at Perry, O.,
March 2, 1829; educated
at Western Reserve col-
lege: studied law and
practiced in Ohio until
1857, when he moved
to Iowa; elected to
congress as a repub-
lican and served four
terms as representa-
tive: elected United
States senator in 1872;
re-elected iu 1878, 1884.
1890, 1896 and 1902; has
been chairman of the
senate committee
on appropriations for
expires in 1909.



FORAKBR, Joseph B. Born July 5, 1846. in
Highland county, Ohio;
served in civil war;
graduated from Cor-
nell in 1869; practiced
law and was elected
Superior court judge
in Cincinnati in 1879:
elected governor of
Ohio by the republic-
ans In 1885 and 1887;
elected United States
senator in 1896 and re-
elected in 1902; term
expires 1909; has taken
a prominent part in
the last six republican




national conventions.



DOLLIVER, Jonath




an P. Born near Kinc:-
wood, W. Va.,.Feb. 6,
1858 ; graduated from
West Virginia univer-
sity in 1875; admitted
to bar in> 1878; elected
to 51st congress as a
republican and to five
succeeding congresses;
appointed United
States senator in 1900
to succeed J. H. Gear,
deceased; in 1902 elect-
ed for term ending in
1907; is widely known
as an orator and a
leading republican



campaign speaker.



DRYDEN, John P. Born at Farmington.
Me., Aug. 7. 1839; edu-
cated at Yale; engaged
in the insurance busi-
ness; made his home
in Newark, N. J.,
where he became
financially interested
in several banks and
other financial institu-
tions; was republican
elector from New Jer-
sey in 1876 and 1900;
elected United States
senator in January,
1902, to succeed W. J.
Sewell; his term will
expire March 3, 1907.




ALC.ER, Russell A. Born in Lafayette,
O., Feb. 27, 1836; edu-
cated in public schools ;
admitted to bar, 1859;
conuuander of cavalry
in civil war; engaged
in lumber business in
Michigan after the
war; governor of Mich-
igan, 1885-1886; presi-
dential candidate, 1888;
commander of Grand
Army of the Republic,
1889; secretary of war,
1897 to 1899; appointed
United States senator
in 1902 to succeed




James McMillan, deceased.



M'CREARY, James B. Born in Madison
county, Kentucky, July
8, 1838; studied law;
served in the confed-
erate army as major
and lieutenant-colonel;
member of the house
of representatives in
Kentucky, 1S69 - 1873,
the last two terms as
speaker: governor o f
Kentucky, 1875-1879;
member of congress,
1885-1897; elected to the
United States senate
in January, 1902, as a
democrat; his term




Arthur Pue Born in Howard
county, Maryland,
March 11, 1839; edu-
cated in public schools;
page in United States
senate, 1852-1866; inter-
nal revenue collector
5th Maryland district,
1866-1869; member of
state legislature, part
of time as speaker of
house of delegates,
1869-1881; United States
senator, 1881-1897; re-
elected. 1902; he has
been active as one of
the leaders in demo-
cratic national politics for many years.



CLARKE, James P. Born in Yazoo county,
Mississippi, Aug. 18.
1854; graduated from
law department of Uni-
versiry of Virginia;
elected to the Arkan-
sas legislature in 1896
and to state senate in
1S88; elected attorney-
general in 1890 and
governor in 1894; de-
feated Senator J. K.
Jones at primaries in
1902 for United States
senate; was a candi-
date for the senate in
1896 but withdrew be-
fore the race was over.




MEN OF THE YEAR.



235



PAYXE. Henry C. Born in Ashfield, Mass.,
Nov. 23, 1843; was edu-
cated at Shelburne Falls
academy, Mass. ; moved
to Milwaukee, Wis., in
1S63; became a member
of the republican na-
tional committee in
1880 and has served as
such to the present
time; postmaster of
Milwaukee from 1876 to
1886; appointed post-
-master-general in De-
cember, 1901, taking of-
fice in January, 19u2.

Born in Morrlstown, Vt..

" Nov. 2, 1848; educated
at Cornell college and
Iowa College of Law;
practiced lav: at Deni-
son, Iowa, from 1876
until elected governor
in 1898; in 1896 took an
active part in state
and national politics;
re-elected governor in
1900; appointed secre-
tary of the treasury
by President Roosevelt
and was sworn in
Feb. 1, 1902.

MOODY, William H. Born Dec. 23. 1853,
at Newbury, Mass. ;
educated at Phillips
academy and Harvard;
studied law and was
district attorney for the
eastern district of Mas-
sachusetts from 1890 to
1895, when he was
elected to congress as
a republican, serving
until the spring of 1902,
when he was appointed
secretary of the navy
to succeed John D.
Long, resigned.

WARE, Eugene P. Born at Hartford, Conn, .
May 29, 1841; educated
in the public schools;
served throughout the
civil war and was mus-
tered out as captain of
cavalry ; admitted to
the bar at Fort Scott,
Kas., in 1871; member
of the state senate two
terms; wrote poetry un-
der notn de plume
"Ironquill"; appointed
commissioner of pen-
sions in April, 1902,
succeeding H. C. Evans.

Wendell Born in Boston
iMarch 8, 1841; son of
famous poet; graduated
from Harvard 1861; sol-
dier in civil war; ad-
mitted to the bar in

i6; edited and wrote
a number of law books;
became associate jus-
tice of Massachusetts
Supreme court in 1882
and chief justice in

!9; appointed as?o-
Clate justice of United
States Supreme court in
August, 1902.




EVANS, Henry Clay Born June 18, 1843,
in Juniata county,
Pennsylvania; received
an academic education;
served in civil war;
member of congress 1889-
1891; assistant postmas-
ter-general 1891 - 1893;
elected governor of Ten-
nessee, but not seated,
1894; appointed commis-
sioner of pensions in
1897; resigned in 1902
and appointed United
States consul-general
to London.

G. Born in Canada of
American parents in
1860; educated in Min-'
nesota public schools;
graduated at West
Point and served in 7th
cavalry: became second
secretary of Berlin em-
bassy 1894; first secre-
tary of Pekin legation
1898: conspicuous in de-
fending the foreign le-
gations at the siege
of Pekin; appointed
minister to Cuba May
16, 1902.

BRAGG. Edward S. Born in Unadilla, N.
Y., Feb. 20, 1827; ad-
mitted to bar 1848; re-
moved to Fond du Lac,
Wis., where he has
since resided; one of
commanders of "Iron
brigade" in civil war;
mustered out as briga-
dier-general; elected as
a democrat to 45th,
46th and 47th congress-
es; appointed consul-
general to Cuba May
16, 1902; transferred to
Hongkong Oct. 8, 1902.

RUBLEE, William A~. Born in Madison,
Wis.. in 1861; educated
at Harvard university;
appointed consul to
Prague, Bohemia, in
1890; served four years;
on return was editorial
writer on the Milwau-
kee Sentinel for eight
y"ears; appointed con-
sul-general to Hong-
kong by President Mc-
Kinley in 1901; trans-
ferred to same office in
Havana. Cuba, in Oc-
tober, 1902.



HERBERT. Michael Henry Born in Eng-
land June 26, 1857; ap-
pointed British charge
d'affaires at Washing-
ton in 1888; served as
secretary of legation in
Washington 1892-1896:
at Tne Hague 1893 J894;
at Constantinople 1894-
1S97: at Rome 1897-1898;
at Paris 1898-1902; ap-
pointed British ambas-
sador to the United
States in 1902 to suc-
ceed Julian Pauncefote,
deceased.



236



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND -YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.





JUSSERAND. Jean Born at Lyons, France,
Feb. 18, 1855; studied
law and literature; be-
gan his diplomatic ca-
reer in London in 1878
as consul: served for
several years in vari-
ous capacities in the
department of state in
Paris; attached to the
French embassy in
London from 1887 to
1890; appointed ambas-
sador to the United
States in 1902. to suc-
ceed ,M. Cambon.

STEWART, Thomas Jamison Born in Bel-
fast, Ireland, Sept. 11,
1848; educated in pub-
lic schools of Norris-
town, Pa. ; served in
civil war; officer na-
tional guard of Penn-
sylvania since 1868; ad-
jutant-general of Grand
Army of the Republic
1898-1900; adjut.-tnt-gen-
eral of the state of
Pennsylvania from 1895
to 1902; chosen corn-
mander-in-chief of G.
A. R. Oct. 9, 1902.

P4LMA Thomas Estrada Bora In Baya-
mo, Cuba, in 1835;
active revolutionist in
Cuban war of 1868-1878
and was made presi-
dent of the republic;
captured by Spaniards
and imprisoned in 1877
and 1878; on his re-
lease went to Hondu-
ras, then to the United
States, where lie lived
until inaugurated pres-
ident of the new re-
public of Cuba May
20. 1902.

ALFONSO XIII., king of Spain Born May
17, 1886, in the royal
palace in Madrid, six
months after the death
of his father, Alfonso
XII. ; on the day of his
birth was proclaimed
king of Spain under
the regency of his
mother, Maria Chris-
tina; took the oath of
allegiance to the con-
stitution May 17, 1902,
upon termination of
the regency, and as-
sumed the throne.

CURRY, Jabez Lamar Monroe Born in Lin-
coln county, Georgia,
June 5, 1825; educated
atUniversity of Geor-
gia and .Harvard law
school: member of con-
federate congress 1861-
1865; professor of phi-
losophy and law 1868-
1881: D. S. minister to
Spain 1885-1888; appoint-
ed special envoy to
represent the president
of the U. S. at the ac-
cession of King Al-
fonso of Spain in 1902.








WATSON, John C. Born in Frankfort, Ky.,
Aug. 24, 1842 ; graduated
from Annapolis in 1860;
served in civil war,
wounded at Warring-
ton: governor U.S. na-
val homo 1895-1898 ; corn-
Hi a ii d e d blockading
squadron i n Spanish
war; made rear-admiral
on March 3. 1899; com-
manded Asiatic fleet
1899-1900; United States
naval representative at
King Edward's corona-
tion in 1902.

BALFOUR, Arthur James Born in Scot-
~ land July 25, 1848; ed-
ucated at Eton, Trinity
and Cambridge; mem-
ber of parliament 1874-
1885; president of local
government board 1885-
1886; secretary forScot-
land 1886-1887: chief sec-
retary for Ireland 1887-
1891: leader house of
commons and first lord
of treasury 1891-1892 and
1895-1902; was appointed
prime minister of Eng-
land July 13, 1902.

REID. Whitelaw Born in Xenia, O., Oct.
- 27. 1837; graduated at
Miami university 1856;
special correspondent
in civil war; joined the
staff of the New York
Tribune 1868; minis-
ter to France 1889; spe-
cial ambassador to
Queen Victoria's Jubi-
lee 1897; member Span-
ish-American peace
commission in Paris
1898; special ambassa-
dor to coronation of
King Edward VII. ,1902.

WILSON, James H. Born in Sliawneetown,
~ 111.. Sept. 2, 1837; edu-
cated at McKendree
college and West Point:
served in the civil war.
rising to rank of major-
ffeiirral; after the war
took up engineering;
commanded 1st division
of 1st army corps in
Porto Rico in 1898; ap-
pointed representative
of the United States
army at the corona-
tion of King Edward
in 1902.





CLARK. Pharlos E




Born at Bradford. Vt..
Aug. 10, 1843: educated
at Annapolis naval
academy; took part in
battle of Mobile bay,
Fort Fisher and other
engagements of the
civil war; in 1898
brought battleship Ore-
gon from. San Francisco
to Cuban waters in
time to take part in
war with Spain; de-
clined appointment to
attend King Edward's
coronation in 1902.



MEN OF THK YEAR.



JAMES. Edmund .T. Horn in Jacksonville,

111., May 21, 1855; edu-
cated a! Nort hwi'slern
and Harvard universi-
ties- aud Halle, Ger-
many ; principal of high
schools in Kvanston and
Normal, 111., from 1878
to 1882; then taught
political science in the
University of Pennsyl-
vania; in 1896 engaged
in extension work;
elected president of
the Northwestern uni-
versity' Jan. 21, 1902.



Nicholas Murray Born in Eliza-
beth, N. J., April 2,
1862; graduated from
Columbia university
1882; studied in Berlin
kind Paris; 'assistant
professor of philosophy
in Columbia in ,18srand
of philosophy and edu-
cation in 1890; has been
the president of many
educational societies;
elected president of
Columbia university in
January. 1902, to suc-
ceed Seth Low.

HOPKINS. Henry Born at Williamstown,
Mass., Nov. 30, 1837;
graduated from Wil-
liams college in 1858;
entered the ministry in
1S61; appointed hospi-
tal chaplain by Lincoln
and served until close
of the war; pastor at
Westfield, Mass., until
1880, when he went to
the First Congrega-
tional church in Kan-
sas City; elected presi-
dent of Williams col-
lege Jan. 17, 1902.



WILSON. Woodrow Born in Statmton, Va.,
Dec. 28, 1856; educated
at Princeton, the Uni-
versity of Virginia and
Johns Hopkins; studied
law and practiced in
Atlanta, Ga., in 1883;
professor of history and
political economy at
Bryu Mawr college 1885-
1888, and at Wesleyan
university 1888-1890; pro-
fessor of jurispru-
dence and politics at
Princeton until elect-
ed president iu 1902.



PATTON, Francis



L. Born in Bermuda
Jan. 22, 1843; educated
at Toronto university
and Princeton Theolog-
ical seminary : ordained
to presbyterian minis-
try 1865; pastor in New
York 1865-1867 ; at Nyack
1867-1870; Brooklyn 1871;
professor in McConnick
Theological seminary,
Chicago, 1872-1881; pres-
ident of Princeton uni-
versity 1881-1902; presi-
dent of Princeton Theo-
logical seminary in 1902.

VAN DYKE, Henry Born in Germantown
1 Pa., Nov. 10, 1852; edu-
cated at Princeton and
the University of Ber-
lin; pastor of the
United Congregational
church at Newport,
U. I,, in 1878 and of
the Brick Presbyterian
church in New York in
1883; professor of Eng-
lish literature at
Princeton 1900; elected
moderator of the pres-
byterian general assem-
bly of 1902.



BILLINGS. Frank Born at Highland, Wi8.,
April 2, 1854; educated
at the Northwestern
university, graduating
from the medical de-
partment in 1881; did
post-graduate hospital
work in Vienna, Paris
and London; began the
practice of medicine in
Chicago in 1886; presi-
dent" Chicago Medical
society 1890 ; elect-
ed president of the
American .Medical as-
sociation June 12, 1902.

de Born Sept. 20, 1842,
at Peseocostanzo, Italy;
at the age of 18 en-
tered) Franciscan or-
der; made missionary
to the United States in
1865; connected with
St. Bonaventure col-
lege at Allegheny, Pa.;
bishop of Lacedonia
1892; apostolic delegate
to Canada in 1899; suc-
ceeded Cardinal Mar-
tinelli as apostolic del-
egate to the United
States in 1902.

FARLEY. John M. Born in County Ar-
magh, Ireland, Aug.
20, 1842; educated at
St. John's college,
Fordham, and St.
John's Provincial semi-
nary, Troy, N. Y. ; or-
dained in Rome June
11, 1870; in charge of
St. Peter's parish, New
Brighton, S. I. ; vicar-
general 1891 ; bishop
1895; appointed succes-
sor to Archbishop Cor-
rigan of New York in
September. 1902.



238



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOU lt'03.



GILMAN, Daniel




C. Born in Norwich,
Conn., July 6, 1831;
graduated Iroin Yale in
1852; was professor
there of physical and
p o 1 i t ical geography
from 1856 to 1872; presi-
dent of University of
California, 1872-1875,
and of Johns Hopkins
university, 1875-1902;
elected president of
the Carnegie institu-
tion in Washington in
1902; author of several
biographies.

SARGEXT. Frank P. Born in Vermont In
1857: in early youth was
a photographer; served
in United States eav-
_. *VU airy in Arizona and for
1 the Southern Pacific
railroad; soon became
fireman; elected chief
of Supreme Order of
Railway Employes and
later grand master of
the Brotherhood of Lo-
comotive Firemen; ap-
pointed commissioner
o f immigration i n
1902.

D. Born at Dunbarton,
N. H., July 25, 1840;
received academic edu-
cation ; served in civil
war. attaining the rank
of colonel; member of
the Massachusetts sen-
ate, 1872-1873; chief
.Massachusetts bureau
of labor statistics. 1873-
1S88; since then United
States commissioner of
labor; took prominent
part in settling the
strike of the- anthra-
cite coal miners in 1902.

. Born in Lebanon, Ky.,
June 2, 1840; educated
at the University of
Louvain, Belgium, and
in Rome: secretary to
the bishop of Louis-
ville. 1865; chancellor
of Louisville diocese,
1871; author of many
essays, lectures and
poems; appointed bish-
op of Peoria, 111., in
1S77; made a member
of the committee to
arbitrate the great an-
thracite strike in 1902.

GRAY. George Born in Newcastle, Del.,
May 4. 18 iO: graduated
at Princeton. 1859;
studied law at Har-
vard and began prac-
tice in 1863; attorney-
general of Delaware,
1S75-1SS5: United State-;
senator (.'em.), 18S5-
1.-99; member o peace
eonruission in I'aris
in 1S98; United Stats
Circuit judge. 1899;
member of the com-
mittee to arbitrate coal
strike in 1902.



PARKER, Edward




CLARK. Edgar




WATKINS, Thorn*




MITCHELL. John




-W. Horn at Port De-
posit, Md., June 16,
I860; educated ill com-
mon schools and in the
City college of Balti-
more, Md. ; appointed
statistician of the
United States geolog-
ical survey and expert
special agent of the
twelfth census; ap-
pointed by the presi-
dent a member of the
committee to arbitrate
the anthracite coal
strike in 1902.

Erastus Born in Lima,
~ N. Y., Feb., 1856; edu-
cated at Genesee Wes-
leyan seminary; rail-
road brake man at Aus-
tin, Minn., 1872; in
employ of Central Pa-
cific at Ogden, Utah,
1876; later was on the
Denver & Rio Grand
grand chief of Order of
of Railway Conductors
since 1890; made mem-
ber of committee to ar-
bitrate the anthracite
strike in 1902.

s H. Born in West
Pittston, Pa., in 1857;
moved to Scranton.
Pa., . in 1882; became
member of the firm of
Simpkins & Watkins,
independent coal-mine
opera tors; sold out in

1898 to the Temple Iron
company and retired
from the anthracite
coal business; interest-
ed in Mexican Central;
member of the com-
mission to arbitrate the
coal strike io 1902.

Born in Braidwood, 111.,
in 1869; began work in
the coal mines at age
of 13; he also worked
as a miner in Colorado
and New Mexico; elect-
ed vice-president of the
United Mine Workers
of America in January.
1898. and president in

1899 and subsequent
years: ably represented
the anthracite coal
miners of Pennsylvania
in the great strike of
1902.

Born in Somerset coun-
ty, Pennsylvania, Sept.
26, 1842; educated at
Franklin and Marshall
college: worked as a
printer and editor;
served two years in
the civil war: in 1868
moved to Reading, Pa.,
a IK) became counsel,
president and director
of the Philadelphia &
Reading road; chief
representative of the
coal-mine operators in
the strike of 1902.



SPORTING RECORDS. 239


.Sporting

(Corrected to

HORSE
RECORD SALES OP THORO
Giving name of horse, place and date or
sale, buyer and price.
Flying Fox London, 1900, Kdmond Blanc,
1'aris, $191,250.
Ormonde London, 1888, W. MacDonough,
San Francisco, $150,000.
Arion San Francisco, 1892, J. 11. Forbes,
Boston, $125,000.


Eccurtos.

Dec. 1, 1902.)

RACING.
UGHBREDS AND TROTTERS.
Axtell Chicago. 1889, W. J. Ijams, Terre
Haute, Ind., $105,000.
St. Blaise New York, 1891, Charles Reed,
Gallatiu, Tenn., $100,000.
Hamburg New York, 1901, W. C. Whitney,
New YOrk, $60,000.
Nasturtium New York. 1901, W. C. Whit-
ney, New York, $50,000.


AMERICAN DERBY RECORD.
Distance l}4 miles. For 3-year-olds. At Washington park, Chicago.


HORSES.


Wt.


JocKcy.


Pools


Owner.


Time


Vol.


18841. Modesty, ch. f ., by War Dance
2. Kosciusko, b. c.. by Kyrie Daly
3. Bob Cook. b. c., by Ten Broeck
18851. Volante.D. c.,byGrinstead
2 Favor, b. c., by Pat Malloy


117
115
115
123
123
123
121
121
118

118
113
116
123
121
116
121
118
116

Ho&

118


I. Murphy..
Ellis.


175
70
35
30
60

25

80
25
Odds
30-1
4 1


E. Corrigan


2:42%


$10,700


Walker....
I. Murphy..
Spellman .
Stoval
1. Murphy.
Withers....
West

Hamilton..
West
Kiley
Murphy
Hamilton..
Armstrong
Kiley
Taral
Lewis
Kiley


G. M. Kye
Santa Anita St'bl
Morris & Patten..


2":49^


"9,576




M. Young
Santa Anita St'bl
Melbourne St'ble
J. & J. Swigert. . .


^:';r { ;


"8,iti6


18861. Silver Cloud, b. c., by Grinstead. . . .
2. Blue Wing, b. c., by Billet
3. Sir Joseph, ch.c., by Glenelg

18871. C. H. Todd, ch. c., by Joe Hooker. . .


D. McCarthy
Santa Anita St'bl
T. H. Stevens
Santa Anita St'bl
McMahon ....


2:38)*


13,690


3. Wary, b. f ., by Warwick
18881. 'Emp'rorof Norfolk,bj3.,byNorf'lk
2 Falcon, blk.c., by Falsetto


20-1
1-4
8-1
1-4
6-5
6-1
25-1
45
31
6-1
2-1
8-1
41
10-1
10-1
31
6-1
2-1
3-1
40-1
2-1
15-1
72
7-1
81
20-1
6-1
Even
121
15-1
31
81
10-1
20-1


2:W^4


' 14,3)6


3. *Los Angeles, b. f ., by Glenelg
18891. Spokane, ch. c., by Hyder Ali
2. Sorrento, ch. g., by Joe Hooker
3. Retrieve.b.f., by Duke of Montrose
18901. Uncle Bob.b.g., by Luke Blackburn


Santa Anita St'bl
Montana Stable..
G. Walbaum
Labold Bros






2:4154


15,440


G. V. Hankins....
Santa Anita St'bl
B. C. Kingsbury..
G.B.Morris :
Eastin&Lar'abee


2:55M


15,2tiO




3. Ben Kingsbury,b. c. , by Regent
18911. Strathmeath, b. g., by Strathmore. .
2. Poet Scout, b. c., by Longfellovr


lOSIu

122
115

129
122
122
115

122
122
122
122

122
L22

m


Hazlett....
Covington.
Overton . . .
Lewis
Williams..
O'Hern....
Overton
Garrison...
Taral
Martin
Van Kuren
Garrison...
Martin
W.Martin.
Caywood . .
Knapp
Bullman...
Mitchell...
Boland
Bullman...
^oburn
Piggott
Lyne


2:4'JH


' 18,616


18921. Carlsbad,'b. c., by Glenelg
2. Zaldivar, ch. c.. by Joe Hooker


R. A. Swigert....
Hasty Stable


3:04M


16,930








18931. Boundless, br.c., by Harry O'Fallon
2. St. Leonards, ch. c., by St. Blaise. . . .
3. Clifford, br.c., by Bramble
18941. Rey el Santa Anita.b.c.. by Cheviot
2. Senator Grady.ch.c., by Iroquois ..
3. Despot, b.c., by Judge Murray
1898 1 Pink Coat b c byLeonatus


J. E. dishing ..
J.R.&F.P.Keene
Leigh & Rose


2:36


49,500






Santa Anita St'bl
Marcus Daly
E. Corrigan [ner
Woodf'rd& Buck-
W.Oliver
Stan ton &Tucker
Thompson Bros..
W.M. Barrick...
C.H.Smith
Mrs. R. Bradley..
W.T. Shafer
IS. T.Wilson, Jr..
John A. Drake...
S.C.Hildreth....
G. C. Bennett


2:36
2:'42M


19,750
"9',425


2. Warrenton, b. c., by imp. Forest.. . .
3. Isabel, ch.c., by Strath more
1'JOO 1. Sid.Lucas,ch.c.,by imp.TopGallant
2. James, b. c.. by St. James,
3. Lieut.Gibson,br.c.,by G.W.Johnson
19011. Robert Waddell, br. g., by Aloha. . .
2. Terminus, br. c., by Blazes
3. The Parader. gr. c., by Longstreet.
19021. Wyeth, b c . by WadWorth


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29
19
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2:40^

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2:4u.'2


9,425
' 19,325
'21U25


2. Lucien Appleby.br.c..by St.Geosge
3. Aladdin, b. c., by St. George


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132


J. Woods..
Coburn


*Coupled in betting.


SUBURBAN HANDICAP.

1% miles Shoepshead Bay, N. Y.
1890 Salvator, 1271bs, 2:063; $6,900.
1891 Loantaka, HOlbs, 2:07; $9,900.
1892 Montana, 1151bs, 2:07g; $17.750.
1893 Lowlander, 1051bs, 2:06g; $17,750.
1894 Ramapo, 120Ibs, 2:064; $12,070.
1895 Lazzarone, 1151bs, 2:07|; $4,730.
1896 Henry of Navarre, 12Slbs. 2:07; $5,850.
1S97 Ben Brush, 12311is, 2:074; $5,850.
1898 Tillo, 1191bs, 2:084; $6,800.


1899 Imp, 1141bs, 2:05|; $10,000.
1900 Kinley Mack, 1251bs, 2:06|; $10,000.
1901 Alcedo, 1121bs, 2:05%; $7,500.
1902 Gold Heels, 1241bs, 2:05y 5 ; $10,000.


FUTURITY STAKES.

For 2-year-olds, 170 feet less than % mile,
Sheensheud Bay, N. Y.
1S90 Potomac. 11511>s, 1:14J; $67,675.
1891 His Highness, ISOllis, 1:154; $61,675.
IS'JU Morello, HSlbs, 1:12J; $40,450.



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CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR* 1903.



1893 Domino, ISOlbs, 1:123; $49,350.

1894 The Butterflies, 1121bs, 1:11; $48,710.

1895 Requital, 1151bs, 1:11|; $53,190.



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