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M0F.RIS PARK STAELES BURNED. N.-w York. April 11. There ....111 red yesterday the 1 -1 extensive are. In point of area -overed, that ..« V.ik ItJ has ere* known. Two mil-- of l.uihl-ines were burned, and yet with only a nominal lo-s. Tin destroyed -tinctures were the stahiea of the ahaadaard Marrhi Path race track. That the Ire was of Incendiary origin was Indicated by the fact that lain broke .,111 -jiiiulu i-ly on the north. aaat end south safes .f rha track. Morris Park, ia daj s gone by. ama one af the UMBt beautiful race course- in the country and w:i- famous as a •■-oci.u" track. Hbt rr.wth of New York i;v aarthward reaidered the tract r 1 1 rahashie far buiolin- p-i:; ■-•.-. mid a part of it alreadj lia« area built up. 1. The ■•■ ! staldes and paddock were - ■.. 1 !■. Iiave b. e.i razed. Beceatlj Mom- Pall, ha- be u u-e.l a» a lillajg isj| place lor aeroplanes and dirigibles.