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AQUEDUCT STAKES READY. The Queens County Jockey Club is in the field with the announcement of fourteen stakes to be decided at its coming spring meeting at Aqueduct. The conditions appear elsewhere in this issue. The now Important Carter Handicap heads the list. It Is of the guaranteed value of flO.OOB this year, of which the winner will take down the neat sum of ,823 at the end of its rapid scurry of seven furlongs. Kaseheu captured this event last year and is more than likely to again be a formidable candidate. However, like many another good horse that has keen raced strenuously for several years, Rose-ben may not prove su.-h a bear in the path to Other fast ones this year. Thi slakes now offered will lose for entries at midnight of Monday. February 27. and the list is as follows: POR THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND OVER. Carter Handicap. 0,000 guaranteed; 7-8 mile. Sterling Stakes, . HH added: 1 mile. Queens County Handicap, ..dm added; 1 mile. Ro.k.iway Stakes. Selling. ijil.OOO added; 3 4 mile. Flushing Slakes. Belling, Sl.otHt added: 1 mile. FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS. Arverne Stakes. ,100 added; 3-4 mile. In ion Stakes, Selling. . I00 added: 7S mile. Por TWO-YEAR oi.Ps. Canarsio Slakes. S1.:,K| added; 12 niilV. Bone Stakes. Fillies, ,800 added: 1 2 mile, ozone Slakes. Selling, ,000 added: 1 2 mile. Wood ha TCll Slakes, Selling. .ooo added; 4 1-2 furlongs. STEEPLECHASES. c.lendale Handicap. ..r.0i» added; about 2 1-2 miles. Wintiehl Handicap. ,200 added; about 2 miles. Ray side. Sellini;. ,000 added: about 2 miles. this is a very attractive stake list and should receive hearty support from all owners contemplating an early eastern campaign. Entry blanks an- ready at this otli.e.