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"I « S . *; , [ s j , j , , J j J t . , 1 , j , • , 1 ; DODGE IN VICTORY AGAIN TAKES THE VALUABLE MARYLAND HANDICAP OVER A HEAVY TRACK. Squeeler and Kris Kringle Win Selling Races and Both Are Bid Up— Roamers Trial for Saturdays Big Race— Richard Langdon Claimed. Laurel. Mil.. October 2S.—J. S. Wards good colt Dodge won the Maryland Handicap al Laurel this afternoon. It was a dash of three-quarters for two-year-olds, with an endowment of .0»x in added money. Dodge was ridden by T. Mec, made all the pace and heat Spur by three-quarters of a length, with Anita on almost even terms with the latter. August Belmonts Friar Roek was an added starter, but cut little figure in the running. Squeeler, winner of the sei-ocnd race, was ad-vancecil 00 over his entered price by C. O. Smith-son and was retained. ISetweeu the running of the first ami second races, Roamer was brought out and sent a mile ami a quarter as follows: 2.r . ."il. ft:Mfc; 1:43—,. 2:10%. Edna Kenna was sent a mile in l:.-»l. Charles ». Smith and Allie London were visitors at Laurel this afternoon. Tiiev report that tin-new pari-mutiiel plant at the Hamilton track is about completed. Both will remain here for several days. Al T. Dobson. who has been serving in the judges stand at far western meetings, was ■ visitor this afternoon, having arrived from Cincinnati this morning. .Mr. Dobs n. who will be one of the officials at Havana during the coming winter, will remain hereabouts until the conclusion of tin; Maryland se ison at Bowie. Richard I.aiigdon was claimed out of the third race by J. T. Smith for ». Arthur B. Hancock has purchased the mare Honey Bee from John Whalen ami will retire her to the stud. Kris Kringle. winner of the fifth race, was bid up to MM, at which figure he was retained. .1. W. Hedrick was responsible for the advance of 01:. Several stables departed for Pimlico this morning. Among them were those of H. C. Halleubeck. W. 1.. Oliver. L. I. Carey. B. T. Wilson. Harrv Kites. H. S. Bedwell. W. P. Read and A. G. Weston. James Arthur purchased the plater Burwood from Amos Turney this morning. He will he in the consignment that Mr. Arthur will ship to Cuba at the conclusion of the Bowie meeting. .1. W. Pangle pnrcha.-ed from R. T. Wilson the maiden two-year-old Moonstone and now has about a dozen horses in his stable, five of which aro yearlings that he secured from G. A. Cochran. W. II. Karriek will ship the Schuyler L. Parsons and Oneck Stable horses from here to Belmont Park on Monday next to go into winter quarters. He will als.i take R. T. WiNons Pomette Bleu and Amain with him for T. J. Healey. Amain came out of his last race lame, but an effort will lie made to patch him up for next year. Healey will - n-tinue through the Maryland season ami will race at Pimlico and Bowie. II. L Bedwell traded Che plater Hearthstone to I. Striker for the broodmare Smirk. William Northey. secretary of the Montreal Jockey Club, will spend a few days at Pimlico during that meeting. A carload of ho-ses will leave Laurel t.iiuorrow for Juarez. The shipment will include eight belonging to C. W. Gass;r. who is also taking Kris Kringle to Juarez to be turned over to trainer Mose Goldhlatt of the Livingston stable. J. D. Sugg will send three and Hazletou »V Short two. Trainer Frank at, Taylor was an arrival here today from Saratoga, where he has been superintending the breaking of the yearlings in his charge. Mr. Taylor, who purchased these youngsters last summer at the Sheepshead Bay sales, reports them to be a good looking band. The stable of Edward McBride will go into winter quarters at the driving park opposite the Pimlico race truck after the close of the Maryland raiing season.