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u „ " - .. e 0 a I j I •- J s r ._ L. t s a y S | I $ g, | MOUNT ROYAL TURF NOTES ] $ Condition books for the fourteen-day meeting of the King Edward Park and Amusement Company, Inc., commencing on Monday, July 1, and continuing until Tues- day, July 16, inclusive, were distributed among the horsemen at Mount Royal Thurs- day morning by racing secretary Julius G. Reeder. The minimum purse value is 00, with a daily feature of 00. The ODening * , day feature is the Dominion Day Handicap for three-year-olds and over, at three-quar- ters of a mile. Entries close Friday, June 28, and will be accepted at the Mount Royal course. Frank H. Reitman, president of the com-e pany operating Kings Park, arrived in Mon-r- treal today from New York and is supervising preparations for the opening. The stewards excused Maggie Love, Squeeze Play and Whiskora from starting Thursday. A change of track conditions, caused by the heavy rainfall of the early hours of the afternoon, necessitated their scratching. G. Price of Toronto purchased the juvenile Staranapale from H. Gallagher, and the horse will perform in his interest in the fourth event Friday.