Ask State to Take a Hand.: Citizens Union Wants Attorney, General to Enforce Amis Law., Daily Racing Form, 1907-03-09


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ASK STATE TO TAKE A HAND. CITIZENS UNION WANTS ATTORNEY-GENERAL TO ENFORCE AMIS LAW. Committee Goes to Little Rock with an Ap« peal— Reward Is Offered for Convictions — The Day at Oaklawn. Tlof Springs. Ark., March 8.—W. H. Ilalltnan, president of the CttHaena Improvement Union, ae-coatpnnied by four other members of thai organization, went to Little Kitck this afternoon as a com- mlttee to srge the enforceatent of the Amis law at Qnkluwn. They will make their appeal t » the Attorney General, claiming that Garland Genuity olli eials have failed lo peifotUt their duly as speci-lied by Ibe law. In addition to Ibis the Citizens Improvement Union lias posted prominently a reward of :fl l for information that will bring about a third conviction of any person or persons under the Amis taw. None of the persons arrested on charges of betting have been convicted. Their case* have Im1-ii continued front time to lime. The trials lhat were expected today were continued until Monthly. The raring today was featureless and there wa* little or no enthusiasm, although a fair sized crowd was present Joekey Bnghmder piloted three winners out ,,f tie mounts. With Hollow he seared a hard earned rieanry in the opening race. The toll, hail been bought by T. P. Haws jus| before; post time for a reported price of .fl.oOO, and HI tie surprise was occasioned when 1. King bill him an 00 over his entered price of ijltKM. He was retained. on Brine ttcgente in the fourth, the only race without selling conditions, BaghUtder simply had to sit s|iH I" win. Tyrolian. in the closing race, outclassed the others and won as Knglaiider pleased. Inulandcr will leave with Jules C-arsou tomorrow tor Bennlng. Chancellor had to be much the best to win the littli raci-. He was buffeted about, hut cam.- with .1 Well limed rash throagh the stretch. The judges gave Shilling a lecture for his poor riding. K. L. Thomas only recently purchased Chancellor front China and Foray the. Joekey J. Bjaa was painfully hurt alxvut the legs this morning win u a fractious horse bolted into the fence with him. Adeaae, recently claimed by K. titling. Jr.. for . mi, was returned today lo J. Cass. A good card of six raetxs is prov hied for tomorrow ami antOUg the speedy horses named to start, Lrebus, Tore, Aunt iiaia: J. I. Dunn. Sir vagrant, Wett- startle: Lord Dixon. Suzanne Korainora, Jack Loi.t ; Limit ii. The Lear. Mike Sutton; fTrshjlOfb. Kendigo, Hig Low; King Wilda. Lalshot and Miss Affable are in good form at present. J. L. Destpsey.

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