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BERNARD BARUCH REGISTERS HIS COLORS. Will Race Stable Under Name "Mr. Kershaw" — Death of "Mr. Earle." New York. January 24. — Bernard Raruch. one of tiie prominent brokers in Wall street, has registered his colors with the Jockey Club to race under the nom -de -course of "Mr. Kershaw." Mr. Darnell is one of the many new aspirants for turf honors who have joined the "ranks during the last few year--. At the present time he has but two horses, two-year-olds. Colonel Cliff and Kershaw. Doth are youngsters, tiie former by Galloping Simon — Amite and the latter by Doussin— Gentian. J. L. McOinnis , ill look after Mr. Daruchs stable and recently offered 0,000 for The Knock r, a three year-old maiden in the Karriok stable. Mr. MeGinnia recently returned from England where he went to buy horses, but came back empty handed, not being able to procure the quality of racers he wanted. Mr. Dariuli will go extetisivi ly into the sport and endeavor to get none but high-class iiorses if possible. His colors will lie the same as those carried by the horses owned by his late friend William Lambier, who was killed in IPC! m an automobile accident. There is a little sentiment in the stable name of "Mr. Kershaw." KershUW being the name of the county in Berth Carolina in which Mr. Darnell was born. J. M. Van Norden. who raced under the name of "Mr. Eerie," died last Sunday in his Daterson home after a short illness. I It- was the own r of the colt Arnold which meed well last year. He also had bought a sKti r to Arnold by Peep oDay — ■ Victoria M.. which her trainer Walter House thinks will be the equal of Arnold and perhaps his superior.