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a LATEST TURF NOTES FROM AURORA AURORA, 111., June 12. The condit ion books tot the last eleven days of the meeting arrived and were distributed among the horsemen. All the purses have been raised, the daily handicap being increased from ,000 to ,200, with a ,C00 handicap on Saturday, and 00 has been added to the purses in the cheaper races. The meeting has been a successs so far and general manager Trimble believes in sharing his profits with the horsemen. R. B. Stelle arrived with Dutch Girl, Turner and one other from Latonia. Charles Primrose will leave for Youngs-town tomorrow to solicit horses for the coming meeting of the Utah Racing Association at Salt Iake City. Mr. Primrose will later go to Canada and make a round of the tracks in search of racing material. The meeting at Salt Iike City will be of fifty-seven days duration and the association has promised to unload the horses. The members of the "Iady Next Door" company now playing at the Cort theatre, Chicago, were visitors today and the different purses were named for members of the cast. There was only one straight certificate sold on Runerva, winner of the third race, and twenty certificates. Tim Boyle, track superintendent, was holder of one of the latter. R. M". Gross announces that he has severed whatever connection he had with William Farnum. W. B, Suggs, well known turfman, was an arrival from Cleveland. W. K. Swift of Iake Forest. 111., who races under the Norn de Course of the Ridge Road stable was an arrival with Bui Bud, Crown and J. P. House. Jockey 1 . Froggatte, who rides for the Bonaventure Stable is a good, alert boy, he hails from ihe West and has been riding on the half mile circuits with success. Froggatte rides at 105 pounds. F. Iee gave Proceeds the winner of the seventh race AYedmsday, one of the prettiest rides of the meeting. Off in front, rating the horse in a good order of speed, he was never headed, and his victory was much applauded. _ . . — — _ a .