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ia — - ARRIVALS AT FAIRMOUNT Over 150 Horses Now on Grounds After Consignment From Tijuana Reaches Track. COLLI NSVILLK. 111., April 2S. With the first arrivals from the Tijuana track register-j Ins this neck, there are now over 150 horses stabled at Fairmount Lark, according to | C. Brace Head, general manager of Fair- | mount Jockey club. The shipment from the j far western course included II. D. Browns Brown Shaa a Farms stable of fifteen horses. ! Mrs. .. H. Abbots stable of four, and C.I Ii by s stable of six. Others whose stables of horses have arrived at Fairmount Park recently, include the I Pueblo Stables with seventeen horses, August I A. Puseh. Jr., with four; Nugent Pros., with! eight: W. 1hillips. with five: A. P. Foley, with five: Foley and Paner. with four; G. I*. Strang, with three: C. Torell, with two : | Charles Keerner, with ten; J. L. Larding. I with eight; A. I,. Kirby. six; McKuan stables, five; George 1eterson, seven: K. E Major, three ; 1 :. Faulk, two ; T. .1. Carroll, four ; anel C. Capora. three. From advices furnished the management by owners, several other stables are expected this week and arrangements are being made to care for a steady stream of stables to whom stable room has been assigned from now on until the opening of the spring meeting. May L".i. The Fairmount lark track is now in good condition and will be so maintained, Mr. Head said.