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a id i- the " " • |s " I * one " the ie ." s for " is of "• " of " :l " h.v •* " v ■" II id. the ia " by in III 1:1 ,: 1 the " 1 /CALIFORNIA RACiNG BILL ENDORSED BY F I.. Mi KKNNF.Y.I SAN FltANCIsco. Cal.. February 4. Homemea hereabouts are much enthused over the distribution ..f highly-bred stallions by the Remount Service in the hor-e breeding districts of California and in adjoining states. Nine thoroughbreds and one Arabian have been -cut out this way to Colonel I A. N. McCIure. who i- in charge of the breeding and purchasing opera tiona of the Reaoount Service ill the we-iern zone. At a meeting of the Western Fair Aaaociatlon I here Colonel McClare told of the hi;.- work beiag done by the government and was a-sured the whole-hearted support of the hundreds el men in tic twenty organisations represented in the aaoocla-* I tioa. Matthew DBriea. maaagu of the Pleasan- ton track, announced that owner Hod Mackenzie woiibl give a ten -day race meeting following the lose at Tijuana. Secretaries of fair associ.it ions -aid liberal provlaioa would be made this year for ! the running hor-e. The aaaociatlon indorsed a bill introduced in the -rate legialature by senator Benjamin Itu-h of Solano county, provMing for the creation of a state raciag commission. harles T. Hoots of Eimwood Stock Farm. Santa Clara County, spoke in favor of the bill. j A letter from A. It. Spre. kels. pcoprietor of Napa Stock Farm, to the secretary of the aaoocia : tioa, -aid | "i will gaeatly appreciate anything you may do "to help Mr. Itu-h in passiii; the bill to rec-tab lish horse racing in California." Colonel 1. M. Hums, who bred many famous hor-e- some years ago when he had Allainax. Colonel Wheeler and other stallions, sent the fol lowing letter: "The senate bill Introduced by senator Ruah t ■ place the racmg of thoroughbred horse- in the hand- of a commission is a good oil and should be enacted Into a law. It would result in u I !• lie- -late ami nation ."