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SELLING RACE RULES TO BE CONSIDERED. EeiiLuclry State Racing Commission to Meet Friday For that Purpose — 400 Hordes at Lexington. Lexiagtoa, Ky.. April ::. A a Hag of tic state Baciag Commissi, m v. ill he held PrMay morning at ll:M oclock for the pan-pose of discussing aineiidnit ata to the rnlef goveraiag m Ulan races. Chairman Caniden has •■lovend frees the illness watek caused the paMpaaeaaeal of this ine.-fing. K. W. Moore, who has Arret. Beauty Spot. Wil liaiu the Fourth. Don Thrush. Jack Beeves. Schemer Sea Civhia. Bill Simmons, incriian Bx-areaa and lady Malchniaker at the local Irack. ar rived this laoieing from Nashville. W. Crump, the crack jockey, who is under eonlract to him, will be here Thursday. Charles F. Hill, is here from New York in the interest of the Fasig Tipton Company, with the thoroughbred bane department, of which be is Uteatifted. "Tiie pnapeeta are for a big year in the thoroughbred sales business." said he. "and this is particularly true as regards the peaiilag sales to be held at our new plant at Saratoga. Kaaeate from Havana. Frank J. Bruen, acconi -p.iuied by his wife aud son. are here for a eeuple ef days. Wednesday he will go to Cincinnati ta take up bis duties as assistant to general manager John Ilaclunoister at the Latonia aud Douglas Park plants. There are at tin* Kentucky Association track today KM horses, and stable room already is at a premium. A number are finding oaaUrten outside of the track enclosure. "I would like much." said superintendent J. P. Boss, "to have those for whom stalls Bam beea reserved, to notify me of the exact number of horses they will bring here. That would, perhaps, lie the means of several others having room." The main course was closed again today and the work of horses was confined to the sand track. Conseiiueiitly there was nothing disclosed from the view point of speed.