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MARTINS NOSE IS BROKEN. 2ICK ABRAMS FALLS WITH HIM IN A JAM AT NEW ORLEANS. Parqln Lose?; Aqain — Besterlinri Simply 8.in- ters — Kleinwood Is Injured — Only Two Winning Favorites — Several Sales. New Orleans, La., January 20.— The track wsi deep tad heavy .ii tbe fair Grounds today and the 4. in coiifuueiice, araa tamo. There wa nothing attractiTe about tbe card, evea ihe feature i ; i ,- bringing together :m ordinary lot. Besterling won 1 1 1 1 Hi in a ranter bj a half doaea iracllm Dar Kin was beaten off in the third race. Aa in hla I . t , -v i . ■ 1 1 -- rare, when in- madi ao • y a showing. In- araa tbe favorite and heavily aopported. Tbe fad thai he la known to 1n one of the u -i mod mimcis here araa reap nslble in a measure foi tbe ati •«; support accorded him. Tbe winner, nUrfcey, got all tbe beat of tbe atari and mat with no Interference. Winn tbe barrier wenl up Klein • 1 1 «i waa Jammed Into the fenea and eauM * "i tbe rare with a badlj rnl shoulder. In ill.- alxth race twelve horaea weal to Hie ost and i;ii left tbe barrier la a bunch. Before they bad gone iiji.v yarda there was tbe usual jam and in tbe mix np Zlcfc Abrame fell and rolled over .la.k Martin, bia rider. Hcfc Abrams scrambled to his feci, inn Martin uas nnconacbMa and it waa rally tea minntea before he eaaae to. Be waa brnlaed np abonl tin- body and bad bis none broken. inly two nt the choices, Lawleaa ami Grace George, w .i : . Lawleaa hail to stand a terrific drive to beat "in fount Reinferdt while Grace George came from behind in her rare and won easily. Dart-mottl made a runaway affair of the aecond race while Tinker hail all she could do to Iwat Jack Lory on ■- area in the seventh race. Several horses changed hands hero to lav. Al Weston, actiag for Thomas Clyde, diapoaed of the tbree year-old Brtttanbj to John Ferrias, Jr. Boberl linker aoM to W. Bodgera tin three year-old filly Bailie Preaton tor a reported price of ,200. n. T. Batcbeter parchaaed of n. I.. Baow tha four year-old Colonel Preaton and of . ii. Leonard the old borne Mini Sau.-e. Mint Sauce will he shipped to Texaa ami need by Mr. Batcheler as a carriage horse, a lev, yean ago Mini Saace was one of i Ik- fastest splinters in I he west and won several slakes li#r*. Maurice Welch added to bia atring by the parchaae .-i Port Worth. Which he got final i. li. NeaL .1. G Shannon bought from w. j. Schalte the four-year-old baj gelding Mingita, by Dr. Bice — Hound away. Henry Wehmboff, tht* bookmaker, arrived from I., nisi die this ii « sing and will remain over until after the carnival. John fay, his partner, will h -here on Friday.