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i ■ i ■ I ■ THOROUGHBREDS ARRIVE AT MONTREAL. Munlreal. Quo.. April lo.— With the arrival of over thirty horses from Juarez. Mexico, there was renewed activity ai Dasarimier Fark. where some thoroughbreds wintered. All told, there are over fifty heail occupying stalls at the north end plant and more are on the way. With Ihe ck.se of the Jamestown meeting at Norfolk many will be shipped to Montreal tu prepare fur the opening of tin- local racing season on May ll when the hall inilers face the barrier for the tir.-i time. Yesterdays shipment included ten of ike strikers siring. Seven of 1 he same stable wintered here and two bare been racing ;J i Norfolk. Ik" Striker is racing nineteen all told, ami tbis is the largest string which will be raced over the half mile circuit tin, monster, fill of the arrivals here stood the long yourney well Mom Jacobs mas la charge of H. D. Poynteis three which were uuloaded at De-l lorimier. Included In ten that were shipped here by E. la, ntsgerald are two bought by C. L. Hervey to add to his string now at. Lancaster, tint. Other arrivals were: E. Brant. 2: Pontius and Boland. 1: M. Goldstein. 2: A. C. Porrerto. 2; J. H. Walker, 2: W. Elliott, 1: T. .L Reynolds. 1; D. Huestis. 1. other owners who have shipped to Montreal during : the Avek are K. I, Salt with rhr.e and .1. .1 Coalter • with one. Pat Delaney has four stabled at Delori- mier. and F. A. Gallagher and Fred Roy are also amotiL the local horsemen whose stalls have beeu oc-i mmsed during the cold mouths.