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JOHN FINNS FAST GALLOP Works Three-Quarters jn 1:19 at Lexington-Startle Also Shows Up Well. I.F.XIXOTON. Ky.. April 3. — Geurge F. Bakers Kentucky Derby candidate. John Finn, worked three-quarters of mile before the rain this morning t at the local track in 1:19 for trainer Will Perkin-. Ii I: was an jmpre-sive move. John I. Smith, about ! the same time, had out H. H. Hewitts trio— Ad- t vocate. Startle and Washington — for a mile. Advo-cate worked iu 1:464s, Startle in 1:47% and Wash- , ington in 1:47 !r.. They did the work well and with good weight up. A number of two year-olds were at work and did quarters around 23% to 24%. boul eleven acleek it began Ui rain and it contin- , lied wet throughout the afternoou. , Col. Matt J. Winn, vice-president and general t manager of the Kentucky Jockey Club, came here from Coviagtoa this morning and met with president Johnson N. Camden, Mayor Thomas c. Brad ley. the new resident malinger and William H. , Shelley, the racing secretary. They went over the , pielimiuarie- to the forthcoming spring meeting. , Cat. Winn departed this eveuing for Lmisvillo. , lloae Leweustein has purchased from K. F. Prichard, the yearling chestnut colt, by Atwell — i Mary On- dam of Bang* Buck, by Orimar. Will Perkins has purchased from Dan V. Scott | the suckling colt, by War Cloud son of Polymelia ; and Dreamy Second, from Love Story, by Sunstar Sweet Stoiy. by Peppermint. Scott bought Love . Story at the A. K. Macomber sale at Saratoga last August for .010. and it is reported thai , Perkins paid him five times this sum for the colt. , John D. Carr today reported the arrival of two j foals at his farm. Chit Chat has a chestnut filly, by Fair Play, at • the Nursey Stud. , Dr. It. L. Carrieks Etholberta has a bay filly, by Hornless. John S. Wallace has niated Lcgotul with The , Manager. His mare. Vision, has a chestnut colt, j by Manager Waite.