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i i i NO INTERFERENCE AT HOT SPRINGS. Frank McDouqal Gets Into Trouble for Offer- inq Jockey Aubuchon a Present. II..! Springs. Ark., rebtuary 28. — There was no iiitcr:cictii ■• with the racing or the bitting at Oak- lawn today. filings moved along the same as il the Amis laWjghad never been heard of. The proba- bililies are thai an airesl will be made tomorrow j and this will form the b:i-is on which the constitti-tionalit] of the law is to lie tested. | I.ecause of the rain of last nigiit the track was I muddy and there were many withdrawals, yet then- . were s o in Iciest ing COOUcata Mike Siiltuu had tilings to suit him ill the handicap and u.m as his rider pleased. Bull Wwevil apeel call ula lions when he won the opening race, liin experienced no trouble in daplicattng hbl Victory of Monday. D. T. Mori is name went into the lisi of purse whines foe the first time at tlie meeting when Quint Ula won the third race. Prank McDongal, who came here from New York, . was bailed from the privileges of the course lhis afternoon. Jockey Aobachoa raaapialnrd t" Jndge | Bryan that IfeDongal had offered him a preacal of . s:;i«i if Merrick, which lie was to ride, should win the fourth race. Secretary John B. Milan, of the l.aloni.i Jockej Club, arrived todaj in quest of I entries to the --lakes foe the spring aiceting. Jockey Mountaiu is here from Chicago. lie expecta to ride in ■ few days, ii,- haa practically recorered from the iBjorica icieiM-d at New Oilcans. , i. Willi slow going piohabW the older for tomorrow afternoon, the races are of onlj average promixe, bnl C. II. Shilling. Orphany. Water Lock; Krcbu-. Billy Bowlegs. Walnga. o..l-larl le. TheodOCU, Dr. Weiiiker: Su/antie Roeamora, .lohn Garner, Heine i; geiite: Jim Simpson. Chancellor, Bawkama; Ban i. Kciiua. Skyward and Incubator an- nearly all good mud runners J. 1.. Denipeey.