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STORY OF THE FIRST HORS
LESS THAN TWO MINUTES LOU DILLON HELD PRE
VIOUS RECORD MANHATTAN IS HOME OF UHLAN.
The two minute trotting horse lias
come ninl none, l.im Dillon .11 1 It In
11103 sng nn Ktriinngo. Now comet
tlio le?s tlum-two minute horse. Uh
l.in, anil lie Is n loaldcnt of Mnnluit
tan. Ills home Is on Hid heights of
the upper en, I of Manhattan Itslmnl.
bciow ltltcid.ilu mill nlimu Kurt
OeoiBi', overlooking the Hudson. Hlii
owner la C. K. (1. Hilling l. whoso
large (.tablet ninl coiiiiIij Imniu nio
Uhlan trottcil a mile without a wind
shield In 1 uS)i at Cloudaiid, on KrI
ilny, Auk. 12. To Uiiho who hao
watched ami nliidied the evolution ol
the horse on the Hlork farms ami on
the race tracks nf America the full
inclining of the lCRHthnntwo-mliiiite
Hotter roines homo with Bieclnl forer.
The IiIk Hack son of Uliwn who dhl
the thliiK that the world thought wn"
Iiiik)ksII)1o la almost the perfect pro
tluct of the Ktmiilaril hrcil that Ame
rican horxcmcii nre so prniul of. It
han taken millions of years to develop
Ancestors of the Standard Bredi.
Anions the gallant IlKiires of the first
great ancestors of the standard lireil
American horse nr? Justin MorR.m
(IT89), Messontter (17Si) Denmark
(1823), the fnther of Amerlcin saddle
horses, and llamhlottim.m X. (181!))
the foundation sire of the ttatulnnl
lireds. Hack of them. Is the old native
Drlttsh stock nml the horses of Cop
toz, left In Mexico to hreed Into the
(ironcho. Tlieio Is the great Horse of
the Norman Invaders and llm splen
did animal ridden ngalnst the Sara
cons In the Crusades, although the
chances are that he wus not as flno
as those that tho nvernKo Jersey far
uor has on his place today. And the
hoi'oc that the Saracen rode to meet
the c.'usadcr comes In for his pait,
for It was 'bo llljecllnii of his temper-
nmentnl hot iT'ioJ Into the cold lilood
of llrltnln's native' Jinrses thnt pro
duced the thoroiiRhhre.-' I't which Kiir
land Is Justly prcud.
The evolution of tlie horse Is n stoiy
Intimately connected with tho slory
of the evolution of man.
The nnceatry of Uhlan, notwlth-
.tnmlliR tho gaps that Interrupt II, U
Rlnrlous with knlRlitly traditions mm
with Intimate frcndshlp for mankind
No other animal pnsenls such n coni'
pleto and finely ordered pedigree. As
rompared with other quadrupeds lie Is
tho hlue blooded aristocrat, thp finely
Htriing, finely woven, finely moulded
mid balanced product of tho ago,
Hnving his orlcln In u little milmnl
less than a foot high, as Prof. Henry
Kalrflcld Oshorn of the Ainotlcan Mu
seum of Natural History suys. his des'
cent can he traced down through the
nges for two or tin co million years
Into the hoaullful creature, perfect In
form and capacity, who trotted n mllo
In l.C8)4 nt Cleveland week herore
lust. Ills licit footsteps can ho fol
low oil over tho cntlio rnngo of north
ern Kulope, Asia and America and
I'm to tliu southernmost limits of Africa
nmf South America,
Kionf lio protohlppus. or three-toed
horso, a 'Ittle nnlmnl thlitccn unil ,t
half Inches 'IRh, whose rorm wag in
termediate between that of Its ro
moto fle-toed nncc'tlnr and Hint of its
Drop in and jolly up,---you don't have to buy
unless you feel like it.
You'll find they're all good fallows here
"It's The Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
PRODUCT OF RACE
E TO COVER THE MILE IN
recent ono-tncil d scendant, down
through tho uges in the two Pizewal
sky cedts. or wild hnn-ei. In the New
York Zoological I'.nk In the llronv. U
a far crj'. lint noi nn leinarkahle nn
floni them to Ulil.ui. the Willing horFP
Hint trolled 111 leu than Inn mliinti-H
and made tho woild sit up and tnkn
Uhlan's she, IUngen 2.fifi M, Is n
to nof May King, 220. hv Klectloneer
lllon lo. the dam or I'liuin, wn hv Slrl
Waller Jr., 2.181 I a giandson or AIh
eide'll, formeily owned l,y Major S.
T. Dlcksi.n ol Ihli elt who also hap-
pein t own the il.un or lliiiulim;:
Utile. Tho giauddam of Uhlan was .i
Kentucky saddle in.iie. hy illnck Kn
gle 11 Morgan tired horse. Ill-ielc 13a-1
gle. No. 71 (H), ihe clre of Illae'ci
Squirrel, tho sire or Chester Daro, tho
Klro or Alma, an A1nerlr.n1 sndiKe
maie, fouled In IS'ni. now In the sta
bles of the United Stales Dcpirtmeut
of Agilciilturo In Washington, was a
famous llguio of Hie Kentucky saddl'i
The best time pcr -undo hy n:iy
other trotting horn- without the aid of
n wind shield was the 2 minutes lint
of I.011 Dillon at Heudvllle, Am. 21,
190.1. The siituo man owned l.ou Dil
lon that owns Uhlan.
Mr. Hllllngj spent more than a mil
lion doljars to Rive tho world Its firs
two-minute trotter. He Inherited not
(illy n love for fast horses, but tli
means to gratify this expensive taste.
Among other well known trottois tint
Mr. Hillings has owned nml driven to
teenrds, besides Uhlan, me Ilumpt.
Lucille, I lttlo Hoy. The Monk and
Kquliy. In buying horses ho follow.-
his own Judgment mid seldom make.
n mistake He Is one ol the typically
modern men In America who have
taken up the horse where tho old'
time fanner nud luce lor I 'ft him. ami
U pulling 011 1 ho flnMiIng touches.
Yankee Breaks 3-M!nute Record.
On Juno I'J, ISOii, the following ni
leaied In the Connecticut Hreord:
"Knst TrJttlng Yesterday afternoon
tho Harlem nice courso of one mllo
was rotted mound In two mluutci and
flfty-nlno seconds by n horse call- d
Yankee, from New Haven, at a rate ol
speed. It In believed, never before ex
celled In tho country."
This muiked the first ioI.Iiir record
of less than three minutes to Ihe mllo
A dozen yrais later Col. Houd of
Matyl.uul bet n tbomind miliars thnt,
Major Jones of Iing Island could not
produco n horso to trot 11 mile In les,
than thno minutes. Major Junes !,oc
out n horso n'ltncd oltilon lilno nud
won. Kor years thoreiif'er, though tlu
tlmo was cut down little. h lltllo 111
one believed that tho two minutes
1 1 niter would come. Now the thinker
are beginning to wender whet'-or !t
will bo posslhlo lo breed a horso that
can trot a mllo In one minute.
In 180fi the horse Yankee covered
only 20.19 feet In each second, l.ou
Dillon, In l!iri3, covered 41 feet l:i
every hocoiiiI, Yankee trolled nnlv
:;,53fJ fret 111 two lllllllllei, while l.ou
Dillon Honed tho full f.,2S0 foot.
Messenger, lniinrled In 17S. nm'
Juslln Morgan, foaled In 1789, wcro
Just hoglnnlng to make nn liiipiesslou
on the hore Rlcck when tb.- . lg'
teenth century closed. Lady Su.To k
2 291-j, irutted the first jn'lo under
2.20 nt the Ueacou C 11 so. Iji llolil
ken. Oct. 13, 1815. Dc.im.rK the louie
ilatlon sire of American BJdille burse-"
was fo.iled In 1839. mil lljlnblctonlnn
(0, the foundatlo'i stro or I lie standur,,
bred. leu years Inter. The Morsan-i
theipfnro, had somo fifty years vim.
over the Hnmbietonlans mil Den
minks, and fifty years ago they chared
with tho thoroughbreds the flist plnco
In popular estteem.
Champion Is a Morgan.
The first horse to get below the
two liilmit o mark In n leltinrile wav
Is one or the old Morgan stock, mid
conm from Hlack ftmle of Kentucky.
In n vnRtio way the stindnril-bied
hnrto may ho traced back to Aiahla
through the thoroughbreds nnd the
horses of l'ngland. Kor many bun
dreds of years tho horse breeders of
nil nations have b"en drawing 0:1 Ara
bia to Imptove the common stock.
The Oriental horso Imiorted Into
Kngland for. racing purposes as early
as tho time of Henry VIII (K,09) mid
piobnbly during tho Cnnnil'H. wore
tho dominating eloment In the fornn
1 Inn of the thoroughbred type, which
In turn has been tho leading factor
In building up tho breed of American
(rotting hordes. Ailmltnl Kous Usui
to say thnt the Hrltlsh no horso was
nn notlo who.10 piro pedigree could
bo traced 2.000 vears, tho ttii" Ron nf
the Arabian desert, without n diop of
Kngllsh blood In his vflns, hut this
now believed to bo not true nnd that
thcio Is much of the b'.ood of an earl
Icr and perhaps hardier native breed
I nthe thormichhicil. In Krance mid
("rnianv Arab blood has been grafted
en the horso stock to nn extent fullj
ns greit ns In Kuglniul. Austria
Simln nnd Hungary, which were over
11111 hy tho followers of Mohnmmel
In tho Middle Arcs, acquired tlinits
amis of horses from tbem. The sort
of bora's commonly called -Arabian
have from tlmo tn time been found
In many countries bordering on the
Mediterranean. In Turkey, Spain,
Hgypt nnd tho Harhiry States, mid
iinw-a-days horsemen do not feel ns
surd that Arabia was the original
habitat or this supeilur bred.
Tho Arabs themselves believe that
tho pedigrees or their fine hnises go
straight hack without n trace of In
ferior blood to th? five beautiful mares
or Sheik Salunian. who was the great
gieit-grnndson or Ishmncl, son or Ah
lahnm. Hut that Arabia had nn horses
lit all until the beginning or the Chris
tian era Is "generally believed. 'llejo
lotus. In telling or th nations tint
supplied horn'incn to Xerxes, savs
that the Arabians contributed nn
hoi km, but nnlv it camel corps.
:: t: n
Tho water polo game nt Fort
Slinftor this afternoon should bo ex
citing enough for nn thing, and the
Mildlers will be allowed to piny
their men In rolnys, to to spealt.
(ieorgo Kieetb's outfit will- he made
up of tho fnllnwlne' men: (lenrge
KroPth, Louis Ilmnmel, Arblo Rob
ertson, Duke Puna. Jack Watllngton
and L, A, Qulnn..
C. II. I'leblcr who Is well known
111 Honolulu hns opened tho Kentucky
I unci) Ilnnm mi Alnkrn between Mer
cliniit and (ucen streets. Mr. Klch
ler In pi c Ions years Jtnr sliulcd llireo
of the restauiaiits that are now busi
ness succcjm's In Honolulu nnd It Is
bellovFil he will mee.t with tho samo
succeis with thh new venture. A
se) ting ,( tamalles which will ho ro
soivln gor tamalles which will bo re
ceived fretdi by otcry stonner. Tho
leslauraii) will keei open nights mid
a first-chins cnnimuiclal lunch will ho
This nttcrnoon nt hair'past four
o'clo k n rowing race will tnko place
between tho joungsters of the Hen
Innl nnd Myrtle boat clubs. Tho
event Is exciting much Interest, nnd
the raco should be n good close one.
The course will be a straightaway
one, and will he 0110 mile in oxtent.
This will do nwny with the turn
thnt nlwnys appears to throw one
ciew tint or tho running.
The Myitles will row In thcl."
barge Alfred Rogers and the Henl.i
ills will use tho barge Mellaril. It
Is thought that the Alf. Rogers will
tint hnvo so much advantage over tho
llealnnl on n strnlghtnwuy course,
nnd thnt the finlfsli between the
bents should bo n cloie one.
A rlher cup bns been put up for
the rncc, nnd it will be well worth
whining, outside of the glory of
pulling first past the finishing line.
The crews will lino up ns follows;
Myrtles C. Crnzicr, Rtrokc;
Smith, r,; Max Unite, 4; C. Sims,
C. Llttlcjobn, 2; L. Hough, 1;
llealanlR V. Kvntis, stroke;
Kruger, f. ; II. Klouime, 4; D, Denny,
3; C. HroJeilck, 2; A. Rownt, 1; II.
"YOU'RE THE MAN I WANT,"j
BROOKLYN GIRL WRITES1
LOS ANflKLKS. Sept ir,.--"Yoifro,
Just tho kind of n man I want to
marry. Pleape tend mo your photo
Theso are two sentences from n
letter received by Deputy Sheriff
Oeorgo Howlns of San Hemardlno
today. Tho letter camo from "Mlsa
Mabel Clark" of Hrooklyn, N. Y..
and was inspired, rIio rays, by ac
counts of Ilewlns' part In tho posn
hunt for Willie Hoy, the Indian ren
egade. "I always wanted to marry n wild
Western cowboy, mid I think you are
the man for 1110. I can get plenty of
fellnwR hero In the Kast, hut I don't
Ilewlns Is married, and will there
fore pass up tho Hroohlyn miss.
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September 30 - October 1
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2. Spinning Plates, Fire Sticks.
j. Acrooaucs on step-ladder.
4. Eating Lamp Chimney and
5. Slack Wire Walking.
7. Breaking Nails.
8. Breaking Stone.
9. Swinging Rings.
10, Flying Trapeze.
11. Turning Somersaults oil Spring-
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