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DINNER STAKES CANDIDATES. Rillie Hihhs. Ihe winner of Hie race for two year-olds a I Beaadag, Monday, will probably represent the .subscription of Qeorge Howard in the Hinder Slakes, which, together with the Spriag Handicap Steeplechaae, is to he the eatarc of the card at Ihe Washington track Saturday. When he leased the running qualities of ltillie Hihhs from William Garth. Mr. Howard also has,-, I Meirymau, the bay rrtdlag hy Merryday Bellevae, and he has aamed Ihe two lor his subscript ion to the Uiuncr Slakes, only on,- horse, however, can start for each of the fifteen subscriptions, and folks around Washiuglou think Rillie Hihhs will lie Ihe Howard reliance. Baa Cole, which finished second to the son of Fatherless, is one of the two named for the Columbia Stables subscription. AagBBt l.eliuont won the Dinner Stakes last year with Okeuile and there are many among the racing colony at Renniug who l»e-lieve that lis colors will be in front again this year. Raymond, the son of Haslings Lady Kay on. is the colt they have their eyes on. He was trained at Aiken, S. C, and reports fruiu that quarter a uoutu uo—e to the ctu-a Uiat he could outrun anv two year old in the ham. J. Q. Oxnards Fore-nn-I is aiiolher that is well thought of, but William Oliver, who h, baadBing the horses of Ivan Fox, sa.vs his natron will be the host at dinner. Mr. toys starter will be Gun Cotton, a bay lilly b.v St. Mavitn Cotton yueen, that is canh-d to slart today. Oliver wintered this tilly at Lakewood and she thrived and developed grandly iu the piuey Waada id the New Jersey resort.