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PLENTY HORSES AT PEORIA Approximately 500 Head at the Fair Grounds — Martin Nath- anson One of Stewards. PEORIA, 111., June 29.— With approximately five hundred horses available for the inaugural meeting of the Peoria Jockey Club, which is scheduled to start July 1 and continue for fifteen days, the outlook for some excellent si ort is promised this community. An important and pleasing addition to the official family was announced by the management today when it was made known that Martin Nathanson, one of the most popular and best posted racing officials in the Middle West, had consented to come here and serve as one of the stewards. Charles Henry and Dr. Ashe will be the other stewards. The Fair Grounds track is ready, and the public will find everything in spic and span order when the gates are thrown oi en on Thursday. Among the stables quartered here are those of J. B. McOinn, Short and Ross. J. H. Buscher, Haughton and Moran, J. C. Keller, William Cain, Charles Wilson, and others.