For Jockey Bezanson. Neck Wis Broltei l St. Patrick's 1 Da; Handicap at Juarei Track. THE WINNERS. HAVANA. j Martgyla (CeJIIas) 6-1 6-1 6-1 Miss rHaallg U'ral) S-I S-I S-I (Dreyer S-I S-I S-I U'ral) 6-1 6-1 6-1 Weld Caa Ceaaelly g-g g-g g-g Jl'ARKZ. Has Blaaes (MeOabe) 4-1 4-1 4-1 (NUe (Matt) ia.1 Me (leaner MeM le-t le-t le-t Kaeeatar (RasTaaaa) 4-1 4-1 4-1 S i later (Hoary) s-f s-f s-f La Caaadora (Arlea) a-i a-i a-i srsrui. DisraTca To ras sxociasa El Paso. Texas, March IS. Jockey Geo. Besanaon, who waa Involved In yester- yester- day'a accident afctthe Juaras track, died last evening In an El Paso Hospital. The post-mortem post-mortem post-mortem examination revealed that he had sustained a broken neck. The deceased deceased waa 39 years of age. and was a native of Brentford. Ontario. He began rdlng about 10 yeara ago for the stable of William Hendria. of Hamilton. Ontario, but for the past few years ha haa ridden in the West, and waa considered a fair rider. Being light and able to ride at flu pounds hla services were much 'sought rfte'r. Hla father, who la tlvlng In Ra venna, Ohio, waa communicated with. and sent Instructions to have tha body Interred here. A brother to the rider was killed In Canada several yeara ago. The Guadalajara Handicap, one and one eighth miles, was he chief feature of the rather attractive card. Tha field was of small proportions, only five going to tha poet to contest it. Mud Bill having sn withdrawn from the list of starters named over night Rash, the top weight. from tha T. H. Ryan stable, enjoyed the honors of favoritism, but was unequal to the task of making tha weight conces sions demanded of htm. Tha race was won by Executor, with Beulah 8 nosing out tha favorite for second place. A. L. Asie's Be. which, had come In for extensive extensive backing at tha liberal odds, enacted enacted tha role of pacemaker almost to the end. only to finally weaken. The two-year-old two-year-old two-year-old two-year-old two-year-old scramble, with which the afternoon's sport waa Inaugurated, resulted In- In- an easy victory for Bas Blanrs. Far Away ruled a well-fancied well-fancied well-fancied favorite for the race, and waa beaten for third money by Emily R- R- Bonnie'a Buck and Henry walbank. the choices for the second race, both failed ta place and the purse went to James Nell's Otllo. against which the books laid a) to 1. Long shots also divided the purse In the third race, the veteran No Quarter accounting for first money, with Tower and Petit Bleu placed behind him. Ann Tilly, tha flrat choice for the race, showed the way well into the stretch and then quit.