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NOTES OF THE TURF. It Is reported that Louis V. Roll is dying In Egypt. The attendance at Rutte, according to the newspapers of that city, averages about 4,000 daily. Richard Dwyer said that starter Jake Ilollman Is t liberty and that lie might be induced to do the work at Empire City next month. New York Sun. The report conies from Rutte that John E. Madden Is seeking the services of jockey Lynch It is said that lie lias offered him ,000 a year for a two. years contract. Ostrich is again in good standing. It was found by official investigation that there was no truth in the charge that the horse was drugged when he ran his last race, which was on the grass at Shoepshcad Ray July 0. J. C. Holland says the report that there will bo racing at Island Park, Albany, N. Y., this year is Incorrect. "There is much to bo done before a meeting can be hold at Island Park," said he. "We hope to have the improvements made by next year." The Denver officials have announced that Fred Ilennaiij formerly foreman for Fred Kraft, but who is now with the II. G. Redwell string of racers at Seattle, lias been ruled off the turf. The ruling was made in connection with the alleged doping of Rallslon Roy. "Montgomery is the toughest horse I ever trained," says Frank lirown. "He came out of his last race without taking a long breath. I expect him to be a good horse at Saratoga. He may start In the Invincible Handicap, August 1. but that will bo the only engagement he will fill at Rrightou Reach." R. A. Smith and W. C. Daly were fined 0 each for putting up riders in the apprentice; race Tuesday at Rrighton Reach, neither of which had been granted a license. As Smiths rider won his race he did not care so much, but Daly was greatly grieved over having to pay a 0 lAie when his horye cut no figure in the race. Harry Stover put Sir Rrillar in a selling race at Rutte the other day entered to be sold for 1907.sh00. After winning. Owner Chappell, who ran second with Etnpa, boosted the Sir Modrcd horse to ,500, when Stover decided to let him go. Sir Rrillar was a good horse for C. T. Henshall, who owned him as a two-year-old. He was sold as a yearling for 1907.sh00.