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THE SUNDAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 2, 1906.
Oil HORSE OWNER
Electioneer Wins Futurity
Furious; Drive Against
15 Good Ones.
CAME LATE INTO FAVOR
Martins Ninth I From "Web,' Year's
Womlcr Overtakes Bis Field
ik-xtrously tUIotcd by Game
won, rattmo tecona.'CaueJir "third; time.
Five furlongs Black Gem won.
Black Eyes second, Iadora third; time.
Five furlongs May I. N. won, Flm
kin second. Convent Belle third; time,
Six furlongs Ruby won. Cascade of
Diamonds second, Salable third; time,
Six and a half furlongs Willie
Gregg won. Sue Christian second, L.
Boland third; time, 1:19H-
One mile Dora I. won, Crigrli sec
ond. Tuck Buck third; time, 1:40 1-4. .
One mile Florence Fonso won. Blue
Eves second, Ed Sheridan third; time,
GREAT DAYS AT OAKS
NEW YORK, Sept 1. Down a lane of
gray-brown earth, which had all the"
softness of velvet beneath the tread of
the flying thoroughbred hoofs, 15 fleet 2-year-olds
raced madly today to a goal
three-quarters o a mile away, where lay
a. purse of close to J50.000. It was the
13th running of the Futurity at Sheeps
head Bay, and as a roar from nearly
40,000 throats rent the air Electioneer, a
well-named colt, by Voter-Quesal, flashed
under tne wire; a winner by three-quarters
of a length, .another champion had
been proclaimed, and William Lakeland,
a horseman bjf profession, who trains his
bread-winners, himself and sleeps In the
barn when necessary, had snatched the
richest prize of the year from half a
, score of millionaires.
At the winner's quarters was Pope
Joan, the fastest filly of the year, and
the best of the trio which James R.
Keene sent to the post to be played as
favorite a the short price of of 8 to 5.
Demund. the Ooldflnch colt for which
Paul J. Rainey. paid $45,000 early in the
season, was third, beaten for second hon
ors by the shortest of heads. He ran a
creditable race. Next came Yankee Gun,
an added sta.ter: Peter Pan. to which
the frantic players of the- Keene stable
had pinned their faith; Yankee Girl,
owned by C. R. Kllison; Ballot, added
by Mr. Keene to take the place of Zam
: bezi; Convilie, one of the most widely
tipped 'horses In the race; Horace E., the
famous Western colt bought by Roy
Ralnoy for JL'5.000, with the Futurity in
.view; Don Enrique, the Belmont repre
sentative; Kentmky Beau, backed from
10 to 1 down to 12 to 1; Old Honesty, the
only 100-to-l shot in the stake; Altuda
Oran. played by a few bceause Miller had
the mount, and last of all Purslane,
which opened at 50 to 1 and stayed
Race AVon-Without Fault.
It was one of the best and most truly
run Futurities ever seen. So well bunched
was the field that a urlong from home
any one of the 15 had a chance. But
Electioneer was best. He never faltered
under a-grueling drive, which began at
the head of the stretch and lasted until
the finjsh. Jockey Willie Shaw was in
me saaaie-and never aid a Doy give a
more skillful, exhibition of horsemanship.
He judged his pace and timed his win
nlng rush to the fraction of a second.
He placed - his whip without mercy
through the last sixteenth.-and won a
race which called forth a. thunder -of
cheers for both horse and -rider. .
EJectioneer was second choice in the
bettinp at four to one. In the first mad
rush Electioneer was- overlooked and iris
price lengthened to eighths. Then there
followed a scene in the ring such as has
been seldom witnessed at Sheepshead
Bay. EJectioneer money seemed to pour
In from every side, and the layers were
swamped under the cloudburst of gold,
silver and notes which were throust upon
them. Peter Pan, Pope Joan arjd Ballot,
of the Keene entry were neglected.
Bettors Wake Up.
The glamor faded from the J4f.,000
Demund and the $25,000 Horace E. The
millionaire owners were passed by in the
mad hurry to back the horse of a prac
tical horseman. From 1 to 8 the
bookmakers cut until just half that
figure was the prevailing odds at post
time. Even then the Electioneer follow
ers kept hammering away until 1 to 3
was hard to find in the last few seconds.
There -vas delay of nearly eight
minutes at the post. Then the webbing
was sprung, and away lumped' PoDe
Joan. Peter Pan followed her. fa a iewj
Hundred yards but the pace .was too
swift for liim. - Yankee Gun got away
third and Horace E. was fourth to show.
Electioneer had been a bit unfortunate at
the breaki though . the start was - good
for all. .He was ninth as the timer's
flag went' down. Shaw took In the situa
tion and acted with swift decision. He
pulled Electioneer well to the outside and
began a race which will live long In the
memory of those who saw It- Clear of In
terference, Electioneer set to work to
overhaul his field. At the turn Into the
stretch of the main track he was still
lengths away from Pope Joan, who was
already being hailed as the winner.
Demund was second, fighting the Keene
Tilly at every step. Peter Pan was third
and Yankee Gun fourth.
Slows Down Ills Field.
Shaw pulled his whip, and at the first
lash Electioneer Jumped into a quicker
stride. Horse after horse succumbed to
his heart-breaking rush, until just a few.
yards from the wire his muzzle showed in
front of Pope Joan. The record-breaking
crowd roared its encouragement. Shaw
plied the whip once more and the race
was over.! As Shaw returned with the
winner to weish In he was greeted by a
It was unquestionably one of the most
popular victories of the year and the
blow the racegoers dealt the bookmakers
was stinging. The time, 1:13 3-5, was not
The Futurity purse this year contained
exactly J16.T70. Of this amount $37,270
went to Mr. Lakeland, the owner of the
winner. Mr. Keene received J3TS0 as the
share for the second horse and Paul
Rainey drew $C0u0 for Deniund's third
Division of Purse.
Electioneer was bred and nominated by
the late Major G. B. Thomas of Ken
tucky. Two thousand dollars of the
Futurity purse goen to the nominator of
the winner but. Major Thomas being
dead, the $2000 will be paid to his Estate.
II r. Keene received an additional $?2S0 for
nominating the second horse and $000
Rues to J. B. Haagln.'the nominator of
Demund. Results: - -
Five furlongs Demaco won, Monfort
second. Kudora third: time, 1:37.
The Inaugural Steeplechase, about
two nines jonn m. r. won Belligerent.
e( uno, itu inirn; lime, A :4 f.
Six furlongs Roteebcn won. Neva Dee
second: Ormondale third: time, 1:12 2-5
The Futurity, six furlongs. Futurity
course Electioneer. 117, Snaw, 4 to 1
' Hiitl S to B. won: 'Pope Joao. 1)6, Nlcol,
S to 5 and 3 to 5. second; Demund. 123,
RHdtke ; to 1 and 2 to 1. third; time,
1:13 3-r.. Oran, Peter Pan, Horace E.,
Don Enrique. Convilie. Old Honestv.
Purslane. Altuda,: Kentucky Beau.
Yankee Girl. Ballot, Yankee Gup also
ran. Coupled. ' J
Mile Holiday won, Wca second. Vino
third: time. 1:39 2-5. i
Mile and sixteenth on turf Ginette
won, Kiamesha second, Nealon. third;
time. 1 :46 3-5. ' "j '
SEATTLE, Sept. 1. Results of races:
Mile and a sixteenth Chief Bush
MIXED KACIXG AT, BLTTK.
Two Postponed Events Pulled Off.
Miss Georgia AVins Free-for-All.
BUTTE," Mont.. Sept. 1. Results:
The 2:15 pace (postponed) Major S. won
first heat in 2:13; Flov Direct won second
and third heats in 2:14 and 2:17. Sher
lock Holmes and Samuel I,, also started.
Eagles' stake. 2:14 trot, postponed Elec
tric Maid en won first heat in 2:1334; Iady
Jones won second heat in 2:15. Silver
Band, Dady Spokane, Hameway and Idol
also started. -
The 2:24 trot A. Valentine won second
and third heats in 2:184 and 2:19i; Sally
Dunn won first heat in 2:20 Dan Aller
ton, Bessie Jones, and Hattle J. also start
ed. The 2:30 pace Tommy Gratton won In
three straight heats. Mollie Button second.
High Ball third: time. 2:15H. 2:15V, 2:144.
Storm Queen and Leona G. also started.
Free-for-all pace Miss Georgia won first
heat in 2:0H; Jib won second and third
heats in 2:114 and 2:17.
Five furlongs, purse Saltese won, Irish
Jew second. The Macer third: time. l:02Vi.
Selling, one mile Michael Mulvaney
won, Hondoo second, Zaza third; time,
Selling, seven furlongs Reality won.
Flourish second.- Phyz third; time, 1:29.
Bowling Clubs to Organize.
The Oregon Bowling Alleys,
ing Monday, September 3, will
Special Attractions Arranged
for Labor Celebration.
"ALADDIN" TO BE REPEATED
Cakewalk, Leaping the -Gap by
- Roller Skater, Fire Dive, Wild
West Show Among Special
Events of the Day.
The record, of The Oaks la being sur
passed this season.
By day i and by night the crowds have
ewarmed into this wonderful playground.
Its shaded nooks and cooling breezes are
a grateful relief to the heat-oppressed
city dweller. That such attractions as
the Maze, Bumps, Chutes. Laughing Gal
lery. Whirl, Rink, Dancing Pavilion,
Hales' Tour Cars, the Old Mill, Figure
Eight and Carousel have lost none of
their fascination Is evidenced by the fact
that from 6000 to 10.000 women and chil
dren alone enjoy these sports daily since
the admission is free to them all but
Saturday, Sunday and holidays. No ex
pense is being spared to make the free
attractions the best and most diversified
ever presented at any similar ' resort.
Commencing with Monday there are in
numerable features offered.
The beautiful spectacular production' of
"Aladdin of the Wonderful Lamp." given
on the unique open-air stage on the lawn
A WONDERFUL INVENTION
There has - been piano recitals in
this city that have been delightful
affairs; but we believe the recital to
be given nest Tuesday evening at the
First Methodist Church, corner of
Third and Taylor streets, by Mr. C.
Arthur Longwell, of New York, will
be unusually interesting. Mr. Long
well will use the A. B. Chase player
piano, and will render the following
programme. A unique feature of the
evening will be the accompaniment
played by Mr. Longwell on this play
er piano, when Mr. Zan, the well
known vocalist, appears.
Arabesques "An der schoenen
blauen Donau" Schulz-Edler
Minuet Op. 14, No. 1 Paderewskl
ta) Pas Des Amphores (Air de
ballet No. 2)
(b) La Lisoujera (The Flatterer
Kamennoi-Ostrow No. 17. . .Rubinstein
Impromptu Op. 29 Chopin
Romance Op. 3S. No. 2 Schuett
A May Morning Denza
Grand Polonaise in E flat Chopin
The appearance of Mr. Longwell
and Mr. Zan is under the auspices of
Sherman, Clay & Co., successors to
Allen & Gilbert-Ramaker Co., West
ern representatives A. B. Chase
Pianos and Player Piaons.
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Do the Rest. Extra Charge.
from Brlggs, who is employed in a
cigar stand at the Hotel Oregon. But
Brlggs refused. According- to Brlggs,
Hemmette then went to the former's
room at. the Cosmos rooming-house
and made away with Brlggs' suitcase
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A DAILY SCENE AT "THE OAKS" CHILDREN AT PLAY.
every evening until 12 o'clock. Mr. Doxey.
the manager, will be pleased to see all
the old bowlers, as well as new ones.
Thursday evening, September 6, at 8
o'clock..-' there will be a special meeting
for organizing clubs for Winter leagues.
SALEM CHIEF IS SNUBBED
RESENTS BY SUSPENDING HIS OF
FENDING SUBORDINATE. "
Members of tbe City Council Are Said
to Be Involved in Disclosures
That Are Promised.
SALEM, Or.. Sept. 1. (Special.)
Chief Cornelius today suspended Offi
cer Longcor. No reasons were given for
the summary action, but it is said that
when the matter comes up for hearing
before the City Council next Monday
night there will be some sensational
The trouble between Chief Cornelius
and Longcor began last "Winter when
the dominant faction, antagonistic to
the chief, elected Dongcor against the
chief's wishes. The relations of the
two officers have never been harmo
nious but open hostilities did not begin
until this Summer, when Dongcor con
tinued the policy of driving all tramps
out of the city, while Chief Cornelius
wanted them left In town long enough
for the farmers to offer them jobs.
The chief has complained that his
subordinate would not show proper
respect for his authority. For several
weeks it has been known that the po
lice committee had charges under con
sideration and it has been rumored that
Officer Longcor had an affidavit or
two in his possession that made some
of the mmebors of the City Council
rather reluctant to force an Issue with
him. Now that Longcor has been sus
pended it is expected that there will
be a complete exposition of all the
wrongs that are alleged to exist.
Chief Cornelius says the police de
partment is now the rottenest it has
ever been in the history of the city
and he will try to prove it next Mon
day night. In the meantime he de
clines to go into details. Mr. Longcor
says he is not afraid of an investigation.
Time Limit Extended.
The Canadian Pacific announces an ex
tension of the time-limit to November
16 on special round-trip excursion tick
ets to Eastern points on sale September
8, 9 and 10. For full particulars, call
on or address F. R. Johnson, F. & P. A.,
142 Third St.. Portland. Or.
Sew Koad for Southern California.
DENVER, Colo., Sept. 1. Incorpora
tion papers for building a railway
from Denver to San Diego, Cat, have
been filed with the Secretary of State
by the Denver Transcontinental Rail
way Corporation. A. L. Cooper, of
Denver: Charles L. Baldwin, of Colo
rado Springs and R. E. Vldler, of
Georgetown, are the incorporators.
The company Is Incorporated for S200,
00n. Cooper says that the interests behind
the undertaking are among the biggest
financiers in this country and England,
and that the road would be built.
adjoining the bandstand, made such a
tremendous hit that it has been decided
to repeat this performance free to all
every afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Labor Day Tomorrow.
Monday will be the monster Labor day
celebration under the auspices of the Fed
erated Trades Union of this city. The
day will unquestionably prove one of the
events in the history of celebrations on
the Coast. All the railroad and steam
ship lines have arranged for special ex
cursion rates, making the tickets good
from Saturday to the next Tuesday.
Innumerable attractive features will be
offered at The Oaks for Labor day, in
cluding the Aladdin performance. First
a grand Cakewalk, in which 25 colored
couples will contest for a prize and the
championship of the Pacific Coast. Mr.
Bing Henderson, of Omaha, the noted
oakewalker. has been specially engaged
to lead in the contest, and will be assist
ed by the famous Charles Fair, of this
city. Each couple will represent one of
the cities of Oregon, and there is much
interest centered in the result.
At the skating rink, a thrilling leap the
gap by a noted roller-skating artist will
make a daring descent on a high loop.
There will be special free concerts on the
open-air stage, and arrangements have
been made for a direct wire to "The
Oaks" so that the rounds of the Nelson
Gans fight will be posted on special bulle
tins. Park Open All Tay.
The park will open at 9 o'clock in the
morning, and dancing will begin in the
pavilion at 10 o'clock and be continued
until 11 o'clock at night. All of the con
cessions will be open from early morning,
and everything will be In full blast until
the last car leaves at midnight. There
Is to be a new and novel show on the
grounds adjoining "The Oaks." known
as Deadwood Mac's Chyuse Players and
Bucking Broncho Riders. It Is said to
rank with many of the best Wild West
Shows, and Its features are numberless.
There are many cowboy riders who will
perform races and other sports and pas
times, exemplifying the free life of the
West, riding bucking bronchos. These
riders have named their show "Chyuse,"
which was formerly an Indian game
played on horseback.
Other Attractions Announced.
On Wednesday ' evening. September 12,
there is to be a Grand Masquerade Ball
at the dancing pavilion. Magnificent
prizes will be given for the best costumes,
as also door prizes. New free open-air
acts are scheduled for the coming week
that will be announced later.
One of the new and thrilling attractions
that will be seen for the first time in
Portland at "The Oaks" Is "Dare-Devil
Newman, the vaulting cyclist, in his dar
ing, death-defying leap through space on
his bicycle, striking the boundary line of
eternity at every performance. Newman
makes this leap at 4 P.' M. and 9 P. M.
every day. .
Mile. Marian Llljens has been specially
engaged to make two more dives on La
bor day, at 3:30 and 9 P. M.
and wearing apparel to the value of
about $30. He was seen later upon the
street wearing Brlggs' -suit and was
later reported to have gone to Seattle.
Briggs notified the police and efforts
are being made to secure Hemmette's
arrest. Hemmette was hostler at the
Hotel Oregon in Ashland for a number
of months and earned an unsavory
Guy Hemmette Accused of Robbery.
M. E. Briggs reported to the police
yesterday that he had been robbed by
Guy Hemmette. According to his story.
Briggs and Hemmette came to Portland
from Ashland. Or., two months ago.
After remaining In this city a short
time, during which he ingratiated him
self Into Briggs' good graces to the
extent of some $20. Hemmette sought
new. pastures. He eventually returned
to Ashland and went to American Lake
with the Ashland company of the mili
tia, of which he is a member. Evi
dently believing that Brlggs had for
gotten the small loan of the previous
month, Hemmette returned to Portland
and sought again to borrow money
Fire Extinguisher Puts. Out Man.
NEW YORK, Sept. 1. Last night. Ed
ward J. Tilyou, manager of the "funny
stairs" at Coney Island, noticed a small
puff of blue smoke coming from a closet
An attendant was about to turn in a
'Don't call the engines," whispered
Tilyou, "or we will have a panic on
Grabbing a hand fire extinguisher
he opened the door to the closet.
and darting in slammed the door
after him. In a. twinkling there
was a fierce report, the door flew open
and Tilyou was hurled out among a
crowd of merrymakers unconscious.
The extinguisher he carried Into the
closet had exploded. Employes found
Tilyou had three fractured ribs and
internal Injuries and that his right
wrist had been crushed.
The explosion started a small sized
panic near the shaking stairway, but
the attendants calmed those close by
and prevented any alarming spread of
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today and returns with his family to his
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his denomination. He is counted among
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COUNCIL BLUFFS. Ia., Sept. 1. Au
gust Kruger, a wealthy Pottawattomie
County man, went insane suddenly this
afternoon at his residence in the town
of Hancock. From his front porcb. he
fired a rifle into a crowd of men who
were passing and dangerously wounded
Dr. Albert Stevens.
He shot several times, wounding
Jesse Sldebottom, Frank Johnson and
James Duncan, all well-known resi
dents of Hancock. A mob of citizens
organized, armed with revolvers and
guns, Burrounded Kruger's house and
riddled it with bullets. Kruger was
ebot four times, but not dangerously.
The mob went to a hardware store,
made a large iron shield, which was
fastened to a cart and, under cover of
this, approached the house. The door
was broken down, when Kruger was
overpowered and beld until officers
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Popular O. R. A N. Excursion Steamer to
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Owing to the delightful weather at
North Beach, the "Potter" schedule has
been extended, and those who have not
already visited North Beach have an op
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made Saturday. Septemebr 8. Under the
new schedule, the "Potter" will leave
Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days of each week, and the last trip down
will be September 15.
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NEW OVATIONS FOR THIS WEEK
Tomorrow, Monday, com
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Monster Labor Day
Under the auspices of the
Federated Trades Union. A
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tractions. Many entertainment features
on the large and beautiful,
Jubilee Cake Walk
Prize Dance by 25 colored
couples, led by the famous
Bing Henderson, of Omaha,
assisted by Charles Fair, the
Miss Sadie Hite
The popular descriptive
Dare Devil Newman
In his daring leap through
space on a bicycle.
Returns of the Nelson
By Direct Wire.
Grand Free Concert by
Magnificent Display of Spe
Provisions made to accommo
date 75,000 people.
Excursion rates on all lines
entering Portland, good from
Saturday, September 1, to
Tuesday, September 4.
On the ground adjoining the Skating Rink
Deadwood Mac's Cayuse Players and Bucking Bronco Riders
The Cream of Wild West Bronco-Busters.
TAKE A FINAL BATH
You will need it' before the cold weather sets in. Reduced rates,
including free swimming lessons. Most timid persons, children,
ladies and gentlemen, learn to swim in from three to eight lessons.
Ladies and children admitted to "The Oaks" from 12:30 to 6 P. M.
daily, except Saturday, Sunday and Holidays.
I IN TH E FUTURE
Wednesday Evening, September 12.
Grand Mask Ball in the Dancing' Pavilion
Fifty Beautiful and Costly Prizes. Admission 25c.