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JACK JOYNER AN ARRIVAL NOTED TBAINER RETURNS FROM ENGLAND SAFELY WITH HIS HORSES FOLLOWING. W. B. Jennings Also Arrives with News of Choice Purchases for a New Accession to the List of Owners. Now Y.-rk. November 11. — Andrew J. Joyner. who has trained tile II. I*. Whitney thoroughbreds in England for several years, arrived here today. The horses lie is iiuimrtiiig are on tiie way and will 1m here in a few days. A fellow passenger of Joyner* 8 was Walter IS. Jennings, who went to England lo buy thoroughbreds for .Mr. Macoiiiber. Mr. Mac.nib-«T will be recognized as tile husband of Miss Myrtle llarkness. of Walnut Hall. Lexington, and the daughter of the late I.. V. llarkness. probably the largest bn-edor of .rotters and pacers in this coun-try. Like Mr. C. K. G. Killings. Mr. Macomb, r has taken a fancy to the thoroughbred. He autlx r-ized Mr. Jennings to purchase what he though*: necessary and of pronounced fashionable blood in England. The result was two two-vear-olds. one three-year-old and ten yearlings. They are expected to nr "ve in a day r two and will be shi-ied to Ai .en. S. C. to be trained by Jennings. It is probable they will lte seen in Kentuckv for the first time next spring and th.-n brought east. Ail or nearly all. were bought from J. B. Joel. There have liccn so many rumors published of dissension in the ranks of the stockholders of the Jockey Club Juarez, that it has called forth a statement from Mr. M. J. Winn, the manager, who says: "There is no 1 rut li whatever in the published statements that there is trouble among the stockholders of tiie Juarez association and I have just ic--civ.d a telegram from Mr. Breivogel that General Carranza has notified his representative in Juarez that he has invesigat Btl the charter held by the association ami found it satisfactory and legal. Also that racing can lie conducted under its conditions and that the lacing will not he hindered in any way by the new government."