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4 1 i 3 s 3 j , 1 " , J : ; ; : : CONEY ISLAND TURF NOTES e e Thomas C. Bradley, presiding steward of the Dade Park Jockey Club, who was a visitor here, reported that a carload of horses containing those of J. Cal Milam, W. Z. Martin, and one, the property of Howard Stearns, would leave Lexington for that track. Stearns has the two-year-old Take a Dip, which he purchased from Charles Bacharach. Judge Bradley left for Chicago, and from there goes to Dade Park for that meeting. Tom B. Young has arranged to transfer the Young Brothers stable from Latonia to Dade Park Tuesday night. J. G. Goode will ship four of the J. W. Parrish horses in the same car. Albert Johnson brought Deferred and Inspector from Empire City and J. L. Robert- ; son unloaded Eliza Jones, Nick of Time, and Surtees. P. H. Aichele had six in the same car. Tom Scott arrived from Smithville, Mo., with Ricciardo, The" Judge, Click, Charming Sis and Chilowex. Jockey J. Hernandez accompanied the shipment. Apprentice G. Miller leaves for Dade Park Tuesday to report to the James C. Ellis stable. Apprentice Jack Mayer went to liis home at Louisville for a few days rest before reporting to Roscoe Goose at Dade Park. Frances Dunne, received stake blanks,for the Lin.oln Fields and Washington Park meetings. Jockey F. Unkraut accepted his first mount of the meeting today. F. H Tally brought Hard Boiled and Wild Hour from Thistle Down for Jack Howard. Raymond Brooks, a Covington, Ky., boy who is under contract to Dan T. Morris, was granted a license. Roscoe Goose transferred the Laffoon and Yeiser stable from Latonia to Dade Park tonight. Emerald A. Truman, age forty-five, .Dayton Soldiers Home and an uncle of P. C. Steele, owner of several horses quartered here, died at the General Hospital this morning from gunshot wounds, said to have been self-inflicted while near the Steele barn at 5:30 this morning. He was found by Steele, with whom he was visiting. Lou Smith, treasurer of the New Hampshire Breeders Association, operators of Rockingham Park, is expected from Houston, Texas where he went after the close of the Rockingham meeting. William V. Dwyer, president of the Cincinnati Jockey Club, who is in New York, wired William Halpin, gener? manager, that he was well pleased with the reports of Saturdays racing. Mr. Dwyer expects to return here Tuesday. Harry Herendeen arrived from Thistle Down with six horses. .