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• . 1 r 1 -, r f t a _ -1 r a * " v I J i • , • i . i j , ; i , i , i I ; j i 1 ; . I J r 1 1 J 1 1 1 i , 1 t t I j t. f _ ■ 1 ■ 1 I BLUE BONNETS PROSPERING ATTENDANCE LARGE AND THE RACING OF THE MOST INTERESTING CHARACTER. Ten Point Wins the Feature Race of the Day In Fast Time — Cu Bon Takes the Steeplechase — St. Louis Man Ruled 0ft. Montreal. Que., September .".. — A. L. Astes Ten Point added to his laurels when he won the third race at Mae Bonnets today, beating some of the best bor-es racing here. The race was an allow ance affair at a mile. Ten Point got in light and this, coupled with a good start, in which he left the barrier swiftly, enabled him to lead Throughout and win easily. The mile was run in 1 :68, within one-fifth of a second of the track record made by Naushon in 1011. Interesting sport was the order and a large gathering enjoyed the racing. The steeplechase went to Cu Bon after Emerald Gem, March Court and Kali-Inm met with mishaps. II. G. OedwelL who is going into steeplechasing on an extensive scale, this morning sent the three year-old Proctor through the field and the colt schooled like a vat ran. Tbe stewards of tiie Canadian Racing Association* held a meeting at the clubhouse at Bine Bonnets. The most important ruling bars J. .1. Baldy Ryan of St. Lauds from the turf. Ryan got into trouble as a re-uit of jockey Teahaas approaching Acton. who bad the mount on Yorkville at Hamilton and asking that rider to place his horse. The ruling reads as t.,11 »ws: • Resolved, For practices prejudicial to the wet-tare d the turf. J. .1. Byan is denied all privileges ot race courses under the jurisdiction of the Cana dian Racing Associations." lie following licenses were granted-Trainers — N. K. Beal. W. Cav wood. W. B. Mitch-i ell. t;. H. Morton. A. G. Woodman ;. B Bryson B. I . Carman. Jr.. K. Young and G. P. Burke. Jockeys — S. Brown. G. Lomas, A. Nerger R Jarboe aad F. Moore. Jockey F. Hueetoa. aa old-time steeplechase rider was grained ■ temp rary license. Hueston has been out of the saddle for a number of veins, but is said to l e in good condition. A- a result of rough riding yesterday, jockey .._suiyih was suspended tor the rest of the meeting and Ambrose was given three lavs. In a mix-up Which occurred on the first turn El Oro was badly cut down ami it is doubtful if he ever goes to the post again. Marjorie A. was also cut down slightly George P. Burke arrived from Saratoga this morning with the jumiiers I.ithauer and Senator Casey the property of II. L. Powers, and will campaign them at llorval and Woodbine Park. The condition books for the Woodbine Park 11 t- mg arrived and were distributed today to horsemen. The Ontario Jockey flub has offered : 11- tiring program, the offerings in purses being trulv liberal. All of the important stables at Blue Iton-. nets will participate in the racing at Woodbine and the meeting promises to be a successful Hagh MeCarren has arrived with four horses, including Jacob Bunn. Further additions were made to the temporary stands erected yesterday and bv tomorrow ample accommodations will be provided for the large sat unlay crowd usually at Blue Bonnets. The officials of the club have been congratulated bv manv Montreal business men on their enterprise in carrying on the meeting under the serious handicap resulting from the destruction of the grandstand on the eve 11 the opening of the meeting. Jockey Phil Goldstein left for New York to ride ou L. s. Thompsons two-year-olds in the iu- turity at I.elmont Park. Frank J. Bryan, otliciating here as steward, is in receipt of a letter from Lieut, k. M. Whiting of Honolulu. The latter managed a race meeting on that faraway island last Saturday, which was large-t Iv attended by the social element and business men. There were five races, -onie of which were for enlisted men and others for gentlemen rider-, for which handsome pieces of plate were douated. Fnclo-,-,1 i„ the letter was an application for a gentleman riders license from Lieut. Parmer. The rid, as Ud hor-es that finished one. two. three in the races Saturday will be sent to San Fti bice to participate in military races in connection with the exposition.