August Belmont At Nursery Stud., Daily Racing Form, 1917-05-22


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AUGUST BELMONT AT NTJESEKY STUD. Lexington. Ky.. May 1*1. — August Belmont, chairman of the Jockey Club, this morning spent two hours at the bedside of Edward Kane, the manager of his Nursery Stud of thoroughbred horses, having made the trip from New York solely for the purpose of seeing the man, who for more than a quarter of a century had been his capable, faithful, trusted employee and who in his boyhood and young manhood had been the employee of the elder Felmont. For the past five months manager Kane has been bedridden, the result of bladder trouble, which even the skill of Clevelands noted surgeon, Dr. Crile could not correct and it only appears a question of time, when he will pass away. Mr. Belmont probably will leave here for New York tomorrow. Mrs. Kane has been in charge of the farm and horses since her husbands illness. I

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