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■ 1 HIGH WIND SWEEPS JUAREZ COURSE. Cattlemen Continue to Find Racing Attractive — Hoisjs at Liberal Odds Take Purses. F.I la-ii. Tex., Mai eh LM. All eeeilinulv hluh f wind hlew over tin- Jaarei . iiir.se ihi- a MeiaiMin. Inn ii did inn deter the visiting cattlemen fr mi , attemlme in large nnnihers It was al-.- -mivenir . In and a beautiful book containing Ihe history id the trail,, a description of F.I Paso and it- sin-nmmtings. with ruts of all Ihe etlhial- of tie Jockey Cluh Jnarex. was distributed. urn- han favorite - ored during the afternoon. The majority ol the purses wenl to horses with liheral lahls ipmted agaiusl Ibclr ehaui-e- lii-k.l won tin fealuie laie. an alhiwaiiee affair for three-year-olds site won mi her owu ronrage, as her rider. Ii. /au-mi. was of no inatiiial assisl am-e Iii her at the lini-h. Helen Seen changeil hand- yesterday, W. Hnrle sellni;. her to Mrs. I.. Delaney. and she won lm- her niw owner al Ihe lii-t asking. Gene Klrods pecml train will leave tor Lou villi- nest Tile-day. The train Will he made ii|i of -even horse cars, three Iullin .ii-. one diner, imic day coach and a baggage ear. Ii Is scheduled to reach Louisville mi the following Friday. Jockey c Peak will go iii Louisville at the close of this meeting. lie Will Ih- under contract I" George .1 Long during Ibe coming season. The -lake I. lank . for Ihe merlins al vlan. Idaho. were distributed anion* the horsemen toilay. II; li-t i- mad- up of elglll Si. en stakes and a .01 I Derliy. They will he well iiatrooizol bj the wes . i i contingent of horsemen racing a -re. Keith It Speiii- shi|i|;-l tiieir Isirses. Inciinlins Xoldij and Dirk Baker. In Norfolk, "a.. today. Traininn i- noa extremely li.uhi at Jnarea, nn.-: owners having hi up oa theii horses nretiaratory hi shipphqt away Ut uthi-r racing coniet The track was ai i:s best tills morning, wlieu tie- foHowliu: wan k ..ill- ti "k |...n e: Amuhalke 1 ii • ;aai ters in l:lo .-.. I- |M d. Any Port Three-eighths u 30. Training well ait r sickness. Barney IMdttekl Half mile in 32. Training aloa lv. Caleihuiniiiaii Half mile In 32. I- ready. Charley Brown rbn-e-elghths "i 39. Strictly a mud i e . Connangbl Half mile In rvt*. Has ;-mr h.-e-k. Ii. — -i nda-ii Tin ■ -e iiuarters In 1 :10. Don Enriqne Half mile in 50. Training partlcu larlj w.-ii. Hutch Hock Three-eighths in :•••. Prefers mad. F. White Tin. • ipiai-t.-rs in 1:10. Training -luwlv. Fii-t Star Scwii-eigtatba in 1:2s-.. At his beat. 1 lying Halt mill In "t . May win cbean race. II. nun- -Half mile In ~ 2. Training well. Helen liuk Five-eight US in I : H. Is Rood. Hih si i, ei Three-eighths in 30. I- good. H«gh Uraj Half utile in 50. Of little account. Jacob Baan Half mile in : 2. Needs plead] ni training. King Furl Flve-eiahtbs in I KM. Is fti nl. Kootenay Hall mile in .".■_. At his best. La Fasadora Five-eighths in l l. Is ready. Little Jane Three-eighths in 36*4. I- R I. Lean Slim k -Thn * eighths in 30. Kare- .1 i| IKiinl in-h . Mother Katcfoam Half mile In ••-. 1- K I- Oswald B. Half mile iu 32. Palatable Three-eurhths in :!.». I- anoil. Parlor Boy Three-eighths In •".!». Training well. Slater Florence Flvi eighths in 1:08. Training -luwlv. Trojan Belle Half mile in 50. Is a I. Wa-tella Three-quarters iu 1:17. At her best.