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t I ; w SEATTLE RACING TO BE HIGH CLASS. Martin Nathanson. who has accepted the post of raring secretary and handicapper of the King County Fair Association meeting at Seattle next summer, is at work preparing the stake list for the meeting. He says that the running of the poorer class of horses will be discouraged by the manage- ment. It is planned to conduct the meeting upon a high plane and big inducements will be made owners of the best horses racing on the coast to bring their horses there for the seventy-four days meeting. E. C. Hopper will be presiding judge and Richard Dwyer starter.