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MOKE UPSETS A I LATONIA — i GIPSEY GEORGE LEFT AT THE FOST lit THE KACE FOE THE VALTJ/TION STAKEand. ,1 William Gcibts Stable BOMBS a Double — Tulan an 1 Easy Winner — Ladies Day Brines Out a Great i Crowd of Spec tatcrs. J I Ciii inn. ill. .. .Innr 10. -; i | ■ ~ ■ v Georges fail J ■re to gel away n-mi the post with the others in the Valuation Stake.-*, le.uuriiig todays card and worth ..i :.i ik-i in the winner, caused much rha- : grin i • i- the mil was an svcrwbelmiug favorite. i-ii ii.injr .-ii-t*- l fro in osiy at the poet ami when the iMtrrier was i i .1 - .1 remained standing, . while tin- others continued n their » i.v. Ilia elimination made it easy for T. I*. MellowcUs J Checks to rho« the «iv Lbrouglionl ami win In ! .1 .1 • later, over Tbornwood. which riomd ■ good I gap 111 ili - stretch to overliaul :ir i. m.- |. i see 1 I! 1i.n i. eld Charter, bj un. lung fourth, saved bis stakes. Ti, - :.. i largest crowd if the meeting wit nessed the racing this ifteraooa, it beias the second and l.i 1 ladh - da] ol tl ■ season. A midden re turn of Bne weatlier Rare » -i i • rtnuity for the ladies to appear :ii their best. They manifested keen 1 1 1 1 « -1 •--1 ii, the i" it. 1iit the regulars ii i not en , those iiiiriy much, for Hi iv was .1 continuation , of downfalls on the part id favorites and betting upsets were again freo. teat. The Will law Gerst stahh aceonnted f r a double during the aftenioou. Tin- ilr-i of the parses to fall . lo tin- stables share came in the second] race when Pan Handle, a Ural time starter, displayed a high order f speed and won easib, oyer six olber maiden 1 1 1 » * 1 1 i 1 - -. Cisuverse, ■ ptoiumnced first choice, and Hi" Brat in some time to score, outstayed Floeta- , belli to complete lli«- double. The defeats of the choiuan began in tin- opener when Oakland finished last, Blktoa was the m-t . ■ offender and Gipsey :eorge and Margaret l . fei-I.hhI. The latter was ai Intended "good tiling" , and was exteuslvi 1 backed. Tetan took the mill bainUcap in easy style, the ;*.o!ng being much In bis favor, lit: wan the aeeond , favorite to Mine. K. R. Braille.vs pood 1 Black Toney, badly piaimd a tendon iii 1. w rk -out and "ill lie r-Ii i|i| i»il to the Idle I! 11 ttartn ;il Lexington lo rest until Call. Beaane ril also be iuj»rn-«l to the 1 .11 in. l». M. Cn ill ;! eiil i l- J",,.1 ,J- I " W •* iii".™. "i.riu llm* u 1 uf lb"- inuimir 11 tl« Canadian course*. II. U. Brown general manager of the I lay ana track, who is n w in . fork, will arrire here tomorrow to do some i -uk among tin borne men in behalf "I Ins race mooting next winter-. Those lucky enough to have backed Waterproof .mil Pan Handle in the two-horse combination, each received .s." for :i *J Investment. Jockey Ki cli will -■ l" Fori Krle to ride ami following thai nioeting "ill accept mounts at Windsor. Latonia and Saratoga. lresiiliuu Steward 1 barlea V. Pthx will sro to 1n-ni-li l.iK Springs for a lu-ii-f stay, following the ■ I ise of raeing b r - lajfi re beginning his duties .11 the Wimlso" track. CnMe Post. K.-v.ii Im. Blah Prhrate and Wiiiti-Wool are listed i--i- th auction sale to be held in the 11.1 In ii. next Saturda] l In- stewards todaj n-stored the korae Capt. r.uins to go. d standing, •. II. Whitney, who bad .1 li.ili interest m liim hough I the remaining In- ii re 1 1 1 i-u 1 u- . I lines, recently warned n .11 Latonia by the stewards. The mling affected I be Imi i-.