Judgments Against Bennington, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-05


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JUDGMENTS AGAINST BENNINGTON. New York, September 4. Newton Bennington, who underwent another operation today, appears to be in a bad way financially as well as physically. Judgments by default on two notes aggregating ,400 were entered against him yesterday. One is in favor of James L. nolland for ,410 on a note of ,300, made by Mr. Bennington on February 10 last, payable two months after date, and the other is in favor of Milton Lehman for ,900, on a note dated November 12, 190C, for ,000, payable sixty days after date to the order of J. T. Carew, who indorsed it, and which was afterward delivered to Mr. Lehman. Eighteen months ago Bennington had a big string of race horses and was considered a very wealthy man. In the spring of 1900 he sold De Mund, a two-year-old, to Paul J. Ralney for 5,000. Shortly after this sale all of his horses were disposed of at auction. Ill-health followed rapidly the loss of much of his fortune in Wall street. ,

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