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WOODBINE TURF NOTES . While there are many horses coughing at Woodbine, thoroughbreds stabled .t Thorncliffc have been fortunate enough to escape th epidemic so far. Owners of the Stamford Park course at Niagara Falls are expected in Toronto Thursday. They are coming with the intention of conferring with racing secretary Kennedy Hill in regard to their meeting this summer. The sympathy of the horsemen is extended to the family of George Davies, one of the owners .of the Thorncliffe Stable, who passed away Thursday morning. Rqyal Guard, three-year-old in the H. Gid-dings barn, has run a temperature of 103, while most of the other members of the string arc coughing. Zekiel, member of the F. Seremba stable, which was in an ailing condition when he unloaded at Thorncliffe, is slowly rounding to. Jockey J. Paradise suffered a badly bruised foot when he was bumped against the rail in the closing event Wednesday while astride Circle Roman. He will be inactive for a few-days. The division of, the.J4rs. F. Ambrose Clark string that J. Healy raced at the Ontario Jockey Club meeting will be shipped to Belmont; Park Sunday. Eric the Red and Curtain Call, the jumpers, in the L. H. Drennan string, will be shipped to Belmont Park, the first part ..of. next week. Jewell Brothers, whose thoroughbreds .have been quie successful at the Bainbridge meeting, are shipping, to Long Branch for the session at the lake shore oval. . Mrs. Bryan, arrived in Toronto Thursday from her home in Atlantic City. Mrs. Brjran is one of the chief, stockholders in Thorncliffe Park. Judge J. B. Campbell will take entries Saturday morning for the opening day at Thorncliffe. Judge W. Q. Kelly will be at Thorncliffe to take entries there for the first day of the meeting at the. Leaside ovaL W. R. Woollatt announces that all jockey fees at the Thorncliffe meeting will be 5 for a winning mount and 0 for a losing ride. .