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I J 1 1 I 1 A j , -: 1 1 1 HEAVY TRACK AT MOUNT ROYAL FARK MONTREAL, Que., September 2i. After racing Oaklawn llelle into defeat C. . Lennoxs Ettahe scored an easy victory over Duke Ruff in the Autumn Handicap, which featured tl:e second days racing at Motint Koyal Park thU afternoon. Duke Ruff was probably hsf- IK stumbled and went to hi knees when the start came, then closed a wide gap anil easily passed Oaklawn Helje in the closing stages, but could not "overtake the winner. Owing to the rain of yesterday the races were run over a heavy track today. Consequently. ui-ets were in order, as the majority of the winners enme from unexpected quarters and returned large dividends. The third race was productive of the best finish of the day. the first foiir horses being separated by only narrow -margins at the end, with Cuba, the winner, getting tqi in Jhe final stride. War Fox defeated some good tanadian-brcd horses in the second .race after a stirring stretch struggle. Split Silk and Douglas Fairbanks showed the way at all stages in winning their respective races. The remains of the late George Frayling, who died here on Friday, were shipped on Saturday to Cleveland. Ohio, for interment. A number of stabjes will ship at the close of this meeting to Erie, Pa., for the autumn meeting of the Erie Driving Club, which opens on October H. With the erection of Vsi new stalls since the spring meeting the Erie Club is now well able to take "care of the horsemen, "and has announced that no purse will have a value of less than .... 500 during the meeting.