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LATOHIA SPECTAL SAFELY AT JUAREZ. n P.-/. Texas November «.— The Latonia lllllfcl iMHind for the J.K-kcy Cluh Juan-/, with b-trses na.-k. wheTe KM. or more .lays ,;f racmg Is-gins on arnveil here at S.3H a. m. yes- .• ii fc..lilM lav through on faster than run t ain was ■ The ■ 1 v schedule time and heat any similar "1 *»**ferr -..or *.*? ,,v from eight to ten hours. rftjSLfta" the shh.ment were the- strings of F. 1 . 7« tnS K. Ripley. J. J. Troxln. r-C,lindMr:UBre,wsV::r. All™ * Hj-. KranU *B*,i£. T "TitiToC-. WiHi.m Uawsou and ... liirhVetiio trip Iseeit and Old Kosebud were sick b« h» i ■-■■ r " "«-r, 11 "I":" »"■ M Iv all the horses were lauded at the rivai he e. ami Juarez track in excellent condition. Owing to two horses being taken sick in the tioldhlatt and Fmen-setter strings at Lat«niia. their stables, calling fo»-two more carloads, will not leave for Juarez until early next week. A carload will also come from I-ouisville at that time. In this latter shipment will he seven horses owned by George J. Long. By early next week six hundred horses, at least, will be housed at the Juarez track. With todays special came two sleepers loaded with prominent turfmen, jockeys and race followers. Kveryone liere is anxious for the meeting to begin. Indications now point to one of the most successful seasons of winter racing in the history of the Mexican plant.