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SERIES OF CLAIMING RACES Make Up Program at Maisonneuve Chief Attraction Won by Harry M. Stevens. MONTREAL, Que., July 22. The card at Maisonneuve Park this afternoon was made up of a series of claiming races, which were run over a heavy but drying out track. The sixth race brought out the best field of the day and G. K. Allens Harry M. Stevens won it when he scored most decisively from Tony and Semper Stalwart. After trying for three years J. Alfred Clark finally graduated from the" ranks of maidens in the second race. For cutting across in front of his opponents today, at the start, of the first race jockey. B. Pauley was suspended for the remainder of the meeting. A carload of horses will be shipped from here to Hamilton tomorrow. Included in. the shipment will he five head, the property of T. Hodge, namely, Betty. J., Seven Seas, Prince of Couio, Athgarvcn and Blazonry. J. Russells two-year-old Baby Vamp developed an ozlet. today and will not be seen under colors for some time. Lady Ward was withdrawn from the sixth race today owing to lameness. For conduct detrimental to the best interests of racing ex-steeplechase jockey Leon Beider was today ruled off the turf and "warned away from all tracks racing under the jurisdiction of the Quebec Breeders and Baeing Association. Jockey W. Dunkinson was unable to ride todaS. He was hit in the right eye with a clod during the running of the first race yesterday and the optic is completely closed. Word was received here today from Toronto that trainer Ray Forshe.i was taken seriously ill with heart, trouble and has been ordered to his home in Detroit for a long rest. His horses, including Verity and. My Friend Pat, have been resting at Dufferin Park since the close of- racing there. Harry White, who served as paddock judge at Laurel for years, and is one of the veterans of the turf, was a visitor here today.