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BEAUTY, HORSES ON DISPLAY
Millions of Dollars, the Elite of Society and
Choicest of Thoroughbreds Rally at Call of
Fluttering Decoration Worth a Few Cents.
sr.d Claire and Estelle sell
ribbons Id a blf department atore down
town. Mus e and Claire and Bstelle
Ct ten. twenty and thirty centa a yard
for Ualr rtbbona red, white and blue.
Thay set eight and ten and twelve dol
lare a week. One day one of them aold
yards and yards of ribbon red, white
and Wit for the twenty-eighth annual
exhibition of the National Mure Show
Association. The blue was rubbed
against Aladdin's wonderful lamp and
became priceless In value. The red and
tho white were worth more than K
ttlUr's moat wonderful dreams could con
Jura In a lifetime; more than the mov
ie dig out over night for their heroes In
ihe Oolcondua of Nevada.
A bit of blue ribbon is the motif of
Ihe Horae Show. For bits of blue rib
bon fortunes are spent every year.
Horses are groomed and rubbed and
manicured until their coats are as sleek
as ntUady's furs, aa soft an the cheeks
of tbe pretty girls who net them. Mors
money Is spent on the care and training
of one of them than Is alottcd to ten
ordinary families. They roam In box
Stalls de luxe. Grooms and hostlers
and stable boys are slaves to their
slightest equine caprice. Special trains
bring them and their attendants here
from the blue grass of Kentucky. B.g
steamers carry them across the blue
waters of the Atlantic and the best Ol
attention la theirs.
MONEY FOR MANY IN THAT BIT
A bit of blue ribbon U leading them
Tho ribbon will fade, but the record 01
Its ownership will go down and down
to posterity, the proud heritage of son
and daugbtera. A bit of blue ribbon
provides employment for many. From
stable to shop, the milliner, the mo
diets, the tailor, the haberdasher, the
hotel keeper, all feel Its Influence.. 1.
spills oceans ot champagne, It provide
fsssts for the gods, It causes money to
now like water. A bit of blue rlbboi
nrought millions and millions of dollar
together the opening night ol ihe s.ioa
in Madison Square Garden Saturday sac
Maggie and Claire and Estelle weren't
tnere to see. their ribbons touched "lib
the magic of merit and gold. Iliit li
was their patronesses' night out, and
hey rode for the admiration of the
"rallblrds" or revelled In thu adinlratloi
!n the boxes. It wasn't thu ' night oj
nights" of the Horse Show. tJ.iturdaw
night was only a starter, a preliminary
ranter. Society always mils It over the
horse in the Horse Show, but 9aturd.i
night they gave the horse a show. The
horses seemed a bit disappointed ut thai,
and this might account for the fact thai
they didn't si! appear In their best en-
MOUNT FUJIYAMA IS ALWAYS
IN THE DISTANCE.
Hi Interior of the Oarden Is framed
In a Japanese setting, with Mount Fuji
vama In the dlitance. Mount Fujiyama
IS always in the distance, even In Japan.
Tag houses hung up in the air and wla-tsrls-bound
chorry trees tried to reach
hem with their brunches. It Is ver
beautiful, very Japanese.
But why the soon In Japan? sums if
ths visitors asked. What Is there In
Mlmon symbolic of the horse? Haw
as: w ssi nw i.ie nurse ono
to do with the horse T It Is the vo
, not tue stall show, mat the peo
the Gowns at
ple go yearly to Madison Square Oarden
Next yesr they will transform the
Oarden Into Venice. Why not? Oon
dolas sound romantic and would be
such a change from the horse and the
automobile. In ths makeup of the Oar
den only one thing was overlooked In
tbe homage to Japan. The ushers should
hsve been "Turn Yum" girls, Instead of
Just plain glrla In dark gowns and
In Japan or Venice or New York the
New York women atlll lead the world
with ths fashions they have formed on
them from France. They Improve the
fashions with their figures; Jewels csn
tlnd no more familiar settings. Satur
day afternoon the ladles, as usual, went
home to change their gowns and odd a.
few diamonds for tho evening. They
returned quietly dressed. Handsomely
dressed? Oh. mercy, yes! Black and
white prevailed, with here and there a
flash of color. Jewels twinkled like a I
million stars. They didn't blase like the
sun. The rallblrds looked the boxes
over and found more lntercat In the
A CHANCE TO SWEEP A MILLION
MILLIONS AT A GLANCE.
Of course, thero was the usual prome- j
ad round the board walk. It Isn't 1
every day or night tho cat may look at
he Of asm It Isn't given to the world lo
sweep a million millions at a glance all
tho time. So the boxoa divided uttentUn
with the big stalls, the shimmer of dia
monds with the sheen of silver bits, the
fOWM of tile women with the harness
f the horses. !
d.itunlay was Mrs. Vnnflerbllt's night,
a charming young woman -aid, Mrs.
Alfred (iwynne Vandsi jilt's n.ghL Of
course she was stunn.ng at the opera,
but this Was the Hist peep the big pub
lic had at her. She entertained in Vox
13 and wasn't afrsld. And nobody was
ifrald to share her hospitality no one
lu whom the beckon of welcome was
Mrs. Reggie Vanderbllt was In Box
M, the corresponding box across the
board walk, near thu Madison .neuuo
entrance. On both sides of the arena
were empty boxes, all ought and patd
lor, but shy of their govns and Jewels
The remainder of ths boxes were
eiammed with hundsonniy gosngd mil
lions. Box 7 was s target for the eyes and
omnettes of the rsilblnls. Box 7 Is
ield by Harvey ldrw and his beauti
ful wife. They are farmers, gentlemen
and lady farmeii, and have a num er
of entries from Kls.nore Farm In the
i Idlng and driving classes. Mr. I.adew
I h very fond of doKs and has a hun
Ired or more at his million dollar farm,
'le Is a nephew of E. Berrv Wall.
J. W. HARRI MAN'S CUP A GREAT
Joseph. W. Harrlrnan aid his family
scaup Box K It isn't necessary to
ell who Mr. Ilarrlmm is. In addition
to. his banks, railroad Intercuts and hub
ides, he Is u lo.cr of the horse. He is
he owner or fnmous Nala and Lady
'illtism und others. He Is the donor of
he Nula challenge cup. won In 11)10 and
1111 by Oakl mo Faun's fir James. Ths
up mus: be orgs, three times nef'jre
DStl r.g out of '.:( Ki ftplng of the Na-
lonsl Horse Hhoiv AgSOOlgUon. It Is a
leaitlful silver c ii and well wortn win
ning. It will hold many quarts of cham
omile. Uarnn Qln) di Morpurgo of Rome is
pa of the Judges In the eililbltlou He
For Thai Swsst Note, Clear Your
ssss wrass veusa Maps st,
THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER
In box No. 50, owned by Mra. Fred
erick Kdey. I saw her niece. Miss
Aubrey Osborn, Miss Mercedes de
Aeosta and Miss MoIan. Miss Os
born looked charming In a gown of
white chiffon cloth over pink satin.
The straight skirt was weighted with
gold fringe on the bottom. The
waist was trimmed with gold lacs
and gold fringe on the sleeves, while
a dull blue sain belt finished the
waist line. A dull olue velvet hat
with white, ostrich plumes completed
V.lss Marjorle K. Smylle, who was
with Miss Esther Moreland In her
father's wore a beautiful dull
blue brocade wrap with large collar
and cuffs of white fur, while her
headdress was a blue spangled gauss
band wMotj formed into an ups.and
lug transparent ornnment. appear
ing IIHo a lovely butterfly poising It
rlf there on her hair.
Miss MOTS and was daintily attired
In whive chiffon embroidered with
will not be seen In action, whloh la to 1
bo regretted. He has n fine stable of :
hunters and Jumpers and has won blue i
rlbhons all through Europe. He handles
a four-ln-hnnd with the skill ot a Cali
fornia stage driver In the days of '.
which Is nearly ss great a compliment
as a blue ribbon. When C. W. W.atson
took his horses over Bto Indon tW3
years ago he was obsessed with cud
chewing handlers and drivers. He
couldn't frisk a color. A mutual friend
k t the baron to drive and lo! It rained
blue ribbons on Watson.
Col. P. A. Kenna of the British army,
aide to the King and one of His Ma
jesty's greatest soldlors, Is Immensity
popular with society. He Is popular
with the rail birds, too. He wears a
Victoria Cross and has a D. S. O.
When he rides all eyes are In tho
arena, and ho rode more than
once Saturday afternoon and night
Like most of the greatest English
soldiers the Colonel Is Irish.
HACKNEYS SHOW BITTER
CLASS THAN LAST YEAR.
In to-day's Judging, 3. Campbell
Thompson's Nestledon's Moonshine took
the blue rlhbon and champion cup for
four-year-old mares In the hackney
claas. William Du Font's Kirkburn
Lady was second. The hackneys were
in the i-lnc most of the morning, and
In the opinion of the horsemen are better
tills year than last. The cup winner
was the pick of four classes, two win
ners of each class participating.
Olenavon Carmen was awarded first
prise and ijidv Burns sejond for the
two-year-olds; Miss I'eggy Rlckell was
first and Dllham Princess second In the
three-yen t -oMm . Nrstledown's Moonshine
and Iady Kllhurn were ths fl'st and
second In tiie first cJnss and llyedale
Oerhy and Oatton Tinker Bell, first und
second In the second class.
The eight horses competed In the final
clefs. Neslleown's Moonshine was for
merly Moonshine. Her breeder Is W. R.
OsUttS, Lady Kllhurn Is sired by Polo
nlnx iud dam lloulette. Her breeder Is
F. W. Huttle.
The hour between $ nrffl Is o'clock is
given to srhoollng horses on the Inn
bark and to-diy there was a big as
aefhlago In the arenu. United Stated
ofners were there as early as 8 o'lioch.
putting their horses through their
paces, sending then over the Jumps and
gettimr them Into condition for the pre
liminary Inter, und the big Internitlon 1
conteHt to-night. Among others In the
arena for practice durln the morning
were Car, lames E Shellv ajul Lieut
fl. W. Wlnfree, Mr. Charles F! Huh'.j.
Miss Dorothy HuMM and Hon. Fox
Mm If. B. Van Eniden has come all
the way from Amsterdam to write up
the Horse Show for Pe rrlnxs. Hhe :s
waiting patiently for the international
contest tO)ntft. BhS Hsys that if the
Holland Hussars win and the ban I plays
the national anthem of her country,
some one will have to hold her or she
will go Mra'ght up In tho air.
William Whin's Oxford was swardml
the blue ribbon for hackney stallions.
Chaagoa Squire of EUonor Farm rs
oelvlng second award, Oxford is out of
Portia by I adst His breodsr 1 George
H. Ee rio. mango B'l lire .a sired by
Nor bury Lightning, dam Miss llosadur.
I OSbom gets a mortgage on tho callenge
cup for this (iass.
For Clydesdale fillies, Lady Lustrous
received first award: second, Shalloch
Mary: third. Lynette. and fourth, Dolly
Oay. For mares, Horvelonston Baroneao
was sdjudxed first, earl of FairSold,
the Horse Show
Ribbon Gowns Mile. Lodewick Saw
ptnk ribbon bow-knots and roses,
vhlle the pink sa1n foundation
showed at the bottom of the sldn,
-ind also formed a crush belt. On
the crown of her small black velvet
hat warn appllqued pink satin flow
ers, and shirring of pink satin faced
the under brim.
Miss Margaret Andraws carried out
a black and white scheme In an ac
cordion phi i ted gown of white chif
fon, tho skirt overhanging a deep
band of black satin Whloh formed u
panel up the front. The sleovo und
waist were cut in one, the accor
dion plaits pointing toward ths cen
tre, with a yoke of crystal atudded
tore front and back; also nudcr
oleevee showed of it. A small bou
quet of flowers nestled at her belt.
With Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Flelt
matin In their box was Miss I. Ida U
Fleltmann. who Is an exhibitor In the
hunter classes. She was attractive
In a gown of block crepe de chine,
the draping being held with a jew
elled ornament at the left knee, while
Government Wins Victory in
Sweeping Decision by U. S.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 11. T he Su
preme Court of the United States to
day upheld the decree of dissolution
agalnat the Standard Sanitary Manu
facturlng Company and allied concerns,
known as the Bathtub Trust, decided
by the Federal Court of Maryland. The
trust had been ordered dissolved ss s
combination In restraint of trade des
plts Its contention thut the decree was
an Invasion of Its patent rights.
BLOW AT SMOKE NUISANCE.
Attorney J. H. Oottsman, representing
the New York, New Haven and Hart
ford Ballroad. entered u plea of guilty
to two complaints of using soft coal In
locomotives w thin the city limits. In the
Court of Special Sessions to-day. Sen
tence was deferred until Jan. fl, by
which time Mr. Oottaman said tue nuis
ance would bo abated.
For several montns residents In the
vie nlty of the One Hundred and Thirty
eighth street freight yard anil st Van
Neat have co nplained to the Board 01
Health of the burning of soft Goal In
the locomotives that were used In freight
traffic. At times the volume of smoke
Is so dense that, Board of Htalth nspec
lors averred, It was lavSoasiMi to see
a. ore than a dlstanco of trn feet.
MRS. SAGE Gl vis $5,000
FOR TURKISH WOUNDED
CONSTANTINOPLE. Nov. Is. Mrs
Uussell Sage has sent a donation of
15,000 through Dr. Mary Mils Patrick,
President of the American College for
Ulrls at Scutari, for the relief of the
second: British Queen, third, snd
Maggie Hi inter fourth
The preliminary evolutions for offl
cerx' chargers, mlddUe and 11ghtwelg.it,
took plac.i dulng the noon hour. This
Is for the Plasa cup. to he completed
thi. afternoon. Tho Judges were 0M,
Henry T. Allen, If, S. A.; Major n 0.
Paxton. C H. A and Copt- E. H.
DeArmond, First Artillery, V. 8. A.
The horses were put thougn all kinds
of feats, running, stopping, sidestepping
and showing off In other ways. It was
a very pretty feature of the day.
Swift 0 Censnsajj's sales f I rrsh Muttcn
Id Ks Dork I I for (OS wok nxoss Ssuifd,,
fcWl. If. srtrsgel M ais m sssad. ft
DEFEATED IN COUR
a Jewelled belt defined tho waist
line. Chantllly lacu farmed a point
In the front and hack of the waist:
H.lso a hand of It finished the slewi-n.
A bright re i velvet rose guVe A strik
ing color note.
With Mr. and Mm. Charles Elliot
Win run was their debutante daugh
ter, Miss Huaanne Wurren and Miss
l'rlscilla Bull, the former wearln a
lilue velvet coat with white fox col
lar and cuffs. Her block velvet hat
was trlmnnyl with wltlte plum..
Miss Bull wore a coat of green with
whits muriiix.il trimming.
In Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wright
Hnrrtman's box waa their daughter.
Miss Miriam Harrlman. with hpr
Irlrnds, Miss Mildred l'o,li;e, Miss
Klsle Strviins and Miss !e Brim
Tarsons. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Eugene Paraoat. They will sll make
their debut this winter. Mils Harrt
man was attired In taupo rhnrtnouse,
the sk'rt being given a tuniu effect
by the side uores lapping over the
front, flnlshi 1 In deep tuck effect.
Tho waist was trimmed with white
GOULD SCANDAL RULING
BARS "GRANDMA'S" NOTE
IN KENSELMAN CASE.
Rival Mother-in-Law Is Unable to
Prove Trap for Hubby's Love
Mrs. Clara 13. KenseJman, Who Is be
ing sued by Mrs. Adam Zimmerman,
mother of the defendant's daughter-in-law,
for the alleged alienation of the af
fections of the plaintiff's husband, re
sumed the witness stand in fore Justice
Ulegerloh In the Supreme Court to-day.
Mrs. Konselman denied that Zimmer
man had been too friendly with her.
Attorney Tlerney, for the plaintiff, then
asked If the reason she went to New
Orleans In tho spring of 1908 wans't be
am... a man named Sotners had "thrown
her over." rthn denied that shs had
said It or had written to Mrs. Msry
Ivleln to that effect
"Didn't you oncu Bay to Mrs. Klelne,"
asked the lawyer, "that, now that Hom
ers hod thrown you over, you thought
you would try md catch Zimmerman?"
-Never:" replied Mrs. Kenselman In
"Didn't you write words to that ef
fee. to Mrs. KUdn7"
Mr. Tlernev produced s letter, writ
ten In Uermsgi, with a translation at
tached, whlcn purported to show Mrs.
Kenselman had SBM certiln things.
l,ouls VV'endel Jr.. attorney for the de
fendant, objected to tho Introduction of
tho letter on the ground thut It was
Arltten In UK, prior to the alleged
ilienntloa. Counsel arguod warmly.
Justice O.egerioh sasl he was Inclined
to believe tho letter und other testi
mony of the same strain should he ad
mitted. Then he recalled that In the
ase of lbs Kurdish valet, Mowhry,
agulnst Howard kiuld he had been ro
"But, your Honor," said Mr. Wen
Jel, "wus the testimony !n the Oould
ase similar to this as to time and SO
"Yes." replied the Court, "but as It
was ot s scandnlous nat ure 1 ijo not
Get art si an art shop. Fancy
packets don't improve any tea.
WWte Rose Coffee, Only 35c a Pooad
A I.AKI.K fill. I IH.KAH BE I-KKg.
K Hhotosrsvure ut Presldsst Klect
Woodrow Wilson snd his ramllr will be
Slvea free t fur tut coupes) with ses.1
ribbed silk as a Robusplerrs collar,
completed with frills of loos. Her
Very amsll draped toque was of taupe
velvet, from wleh shot a white
alrette at the right aide. Little
Miss Kathleen Vanderbllt spent some
time with her and looked charming
in s noae color broadcloth coat hav
ing a large braided revers In the
front end trimmed with sable band
Ing. A rose felt hat was trimmed
also with fur snd satin flowers.
Very prsctlcal looking was the
toilette of a charming debutante In
the Tinker box. A gown, flowered
chiffon, had a plain blue chiffon coat,
sleeveless, and open wide In the
Irani, nelng edged sll ground with
nsrrow fur banding
A popular flame In (he Vanderbllt
box was Mlaa Dennlson of .Syracuse.
N. Y., garbed In beaded cream color
Another ettrr-tlve figure was Miss
Reaver Wehh. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. JohntBesvar Webb, becomingly
dressed In a suit of purple velvet,
with s hat of yen,, brocade.
care to repeat It here. Yon had batter
halt the rase until we can send to the
library for the ruling of the Appellsto
IMVUloa In the case against Oould"
The record was brought Into court,
and Justice Olegerlch then mind out
evidence of Mrs. Kunseknan's doings
prior to 1MB,
GIRL KILLED IN ELEVATOR.
'"bed by Antwsnstie Doors Whea
She Tried lo Jasag. off.
Before the eyes of ISO panic stricken
ghis, Oertrudo Thompson, seventtsn
yeurs old. of No. ; Forty-ninth street,
Brooklyn, wsa crushed to death this
morning on the third floor of ths rnsli
order house of Bellas, ilusg and Co. st
No. 'j Morton street.
The doors opening from the elovator
shaft m this building sre brought to
gather automatically from above snd
below by the starting of ths elevator
The girl, together with two other girls,
was In the elevator cage, whUii was
run by Louis Sleusak of No. 31 Morton
street. Sleussk had pulled the lever to
start ths elevator when he saw that the
upper door was not coming dn proper
ly, flu reached out inn hand to poll it
down, when Miss Thompxon suddenly
made up hee mind to leave the cage.
Before Susak could draw tho Inside
gate so that she could not nasi nm ...a
1 before ahe could sten ass as .1,.. -in
the shaft, the automatic do..r. cioeed
sod caught her body.
far bo. v aad
Wain not drugs to stupefy.
SCO IT 5 EMULSION feces rj
nam casters kecaase it li tit
atactica of body-aonriikment.
No alcohol or drug.
PUT THE OTHER
IN THE BANK.
Per ioc faottle
IT'S WORTH A QUARTER
or wili. sat so rorasKU.
I.KOI I K1 SKLL IT.
B. Prltsaard. Maker, hi sgrtog sc., N. V,
Exclusively Styled, Richly
Charmingly Fashioned Suits in Record Reduction
1,500 Choice Suits
$17.50, $20, $22.50 and $25
$25.00 Novelty Parisian Suits
$17.30 Serge and Cheviot Suits....
$22.50 Delphine Jacket Suits
$20.00 Diagonal Cutaway
$25.00 French Serge Suits
' $20.00 Draped Broadcloth
2,000 Winter Coats
$18. $20. $22.50 and $25
pk $22.50 Contrasting Diagonal
I $20.00 Fashionable Ulster
$25.00 Evening Model Coats
$18.00 Bouclc or Cheviot Coats. . . .
$22.50 Handsome Broadcloth Coats
$18.00 Motor and Tourist Coats. . .
SALE AT ALL STORES TUESDAY
Record Crop of Corn, Wheat, Pot at on
and Applet have filled the Farmer'
Market Bauhet to overflowing. Vitit the
and National Agricultural Exposition
A HARVEST FESTIVAL for CITY DWELLERS
-See Use Varied Display
-World's Record M (-k
Sheep, Swine srl Pou try--Educated Pigs Illus
trates! Lee tuies Inspiring Educations! and Amus
ing restore, (or Old end Young.
Open 10 am. to am 0ajja site Sundam lo Dec. at
rYoisnsom j OrcAeWrs Afttrnoon and EviUn$
71st REGIMENT ARMORY
33d sad 34tJ Sta.
I Dr V.C.BELL'S
For your Teeth. t "e,
but Dtlightful Just the Same.
WORLO WANT WOHK WOMOIM
By Mile. Lodewick
Evening World's Expert
Tailored Long Coats and
Suits. . '. .
Suits. . . .
Reduced from 9
14-16 West 14 Ih Street
Sb6M Broed SrreM
Market cor 1 2 th Stret
of Choice Soil Products
sad Park Asa.
gaickly sssts.ed e lis slsrss,
.icr. seiieiitisi, oeoriseSa
etaily ssvlieS. driss ssklUsw.
guarantsed to ceatsln
WORLD WANTS WORK WONOWW
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