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SOCIETY ! JEWELS! CLOTHES!
:iirr of thp n.vrAn
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With Dazzling Display in the Boxes and
Sprightly Contests in the Arena.
Thate'l the Anial. r.i.im Dutch ami
he Rotterdam Dutch. They don't
amount to much"
But liey took away tiis oup anil
ibagVed the MlM ribbon for the lnter
nattons! Co&teot at the Horse Show last
right. The Sta.a and strlpea were low
ered to Holland, tho American Army got
Be. on J place hii'I blushed In lin-p ik
v Ith the red riblon.
My word, Oid Top! The ijueen own
I-uted' Oootl l II What Jo thee wunt
o an army In Holland T"
"On, lear'" Society siKneil, "an'l Wt
cm'i till!. Dutch."
The llorae Show ram.- Into Ita own last
ullfht. Mlaa Million Hepped out of har
box ;inl showed she aaa human. Sh
walked not alone nor undated. Hhe lit.l
Vttarlee to bum. Mr. Million mo' ad
grandly. Ml Not Million sprinted
s iirhti..'. H bussed around the :
and the boxes 'bussed with whHt passed
tot conversation. The but and uttie
MMIona patlsd ths board walk with wall
rvi fcei. The baaok and wiute sffeel af
Ha.tur.1sy nlitht wa loft 10 the men.
The boardwalk aad tbe boxes and ths
reaer.-ed rtai." were sptaahad wllh color.
Xt was sotns nigbt.
The an.w ta.led tro'ii .M.nii.t Pu.liyama
The liutie of Japan f.'i.le.l below tne 1
radiance . f the bounties of Amer
Peaut.fu: girls In beautiful clothes.
beSAtt'fUl clothes on girls not so beau-
t.' i: iteautiful girls In pi.'in olothee:
ao plain clothes on plain glfla.
HOW THEY'LL GET 'EM OFF NOT
PART OF THE SHOW.
Wonderful night, wonderful sight
0OJIH of Ine gowna seemed to l wished
an some of the girls, a shoe horn sure
svas Used in urging them on. How they'll
ever et them off has nothing to do with
the. HOTee ihow. TUa raJnbow was
k-u.ne.l to mo 'us to get all the colors I
l.iHt ahone u.iwn on the arer.a
Tb.' bOXCJ showed glimpses o' white
thcoatl and nec.ka, and here and there
pleanie I a ahouldor through the folds of
ibe opern cloaks. But (ha were ueau
HfUt opera cloaks, with cdtjea of ermine.
The band played the "Vision of Sa
lume" and "When I (let You Alone
To-night," but there was no chance to ,
(et milady alone. It was mllauy s busy
Bight- Diamonds 'winkled. Darkled,
flashed and flared. It wa-s nsccsary t)
lower the eWtxJrf lights at ono time su
aroat was the glare. Diamonds as f
losa aa the wearer dlamoniis as iw as
the hearts of the wearers, uiaoionoa sin (
aenlng like ttie early morning dew. dla-
monde as many as the drops of rain; t
diamonds aa oommon aa dlshpans lu ,
'lady's oulakaa !
Whatever a chai.py oould aee In a j
rhorua lady after that! But the dear j
fellows must nave excilemeni. 1 ea, yen.
1'he Horse Show Is only on for a week.
Jtut laet night they talked and they
walked and exclaimed "Ah!" and "Oh!"
t was quite exciting, really.
THE OFFICERS TORE DOWN THE
But the smiles of the fair were not
for the brave of the American Hru.v.
, The officers were brave enough, but tliay
hi Ml i cvn&m ts 10 TO BO DAM,
Pari, Meffirlas lie., MM III" sliest, St.
V iuIs. Mo., nanufi-'tuiwi of LaSMiiva Hmomi
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tore down the scenery when !t sine to
taking the Jumps. When you tear down
tB acenerv on tho course over the hur-
"no atone fence It
TWO of the dsahing srmy
ame rronoera. Thev iwk the
'tonea out of the stone fence and I
showed they weren't atone fenaea at all
Ueut itephan W, wintree, Untttd
States r ivalry, rode his own burse, j
Orant, Ile a a nice horae. but he wasn't
very nicc iat night. Ha hit the top!
bar over the first rail fenc. and then
hs kicked a stone out of the at on wall I
Will 1 was the second Jump, lie eum- 1
bled and threw his rider. The officer
cleared himself nicely, and with the
iidllty of a cat. That was aportsman
like and I ha Lieutenant won more ap
pluuaa for the rescue of hlmaelf than
11 he had won a blue ribbon.
Itlght .n 'oil of this came Ileut. H. R.
Adair of the Tenth Cavalry, riding Flro.
Woo was licJtle, but played no favorites
wlen It came to kicking the barriers,
lie lilt them all. He cracked the bars of
the rail fence and aetit the atono fence
Hat on the tanbark. It was a bum
stone fence. Then he threw his rider
kerflOp rbiht over his head. Lieut.
Adair was on bis feet In a Jiffy. Tho
"Ona"' and "Aha'" and llttio feminine
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1 wmm n h, ' .. .-..... . . ne BUM s'l iwo
heroes out of the army anyhow and, for
tunately, neither was hurt.
CANADIAN HORSE PICKED THE
GAP FOR JUMP.
He.fore the artisans of the srena had
the atones all put back In the fence
along came Lieut. H. N. Bate of the
Royal (TTanadlan Dragoons. The fence
lacked six stones of Icing perfect, and
anaoian norse, i.anuadowne.
cleared the obstruction exactly, going
over lust iiere the six brinks ought to
be. That got more applause but the
Jump had to be made over again. I, an. if
downe went right over the fence again
where he had gone before. But the
bricks were thore this time and he scat
tered two of them over the tanliark.
Oh. aueh fun for the atrial
The ladies had a hunting race, too.
There were twenty up In aide saddles
amj tnBy to ttie jun,p8 as naturally
aa to the latest dance from France. The
lady on Willow King of the Glen Kiddle
Farm rode a perfect race. Her nurnhet
was sixteen. Sweet sixteen! That was
-.11 that was learned of her Identity, but
she won the applause of the night, nhu
cl)!ured every tenia without a scrape,
Jaek MoB ilowmiin ln Hfter.
noon a ye)low rbon for being
Nq a when ont b,u ,.,,,,
tor costumes they'll hand them all to
J(Wfc J1 wa,coat wa u Bfn ,
f Kmarny Mf bTto)M
weto plums. His dark coat waa cut on (
the bias, not falling away, but aqUarinf
A I On n A II J ho l"n th"'r ''I'. on un pond. 1 l " Dry7l Jl I : I
away to the wlndwar.1. He wore a col- BOSTON, Nov H Huntera for dol
lar as high as the Singer Building and I Ln Maisachusetts going Into the woods
his high Kelly was the hat me favther , to-day for the beginning of ths open
wore In the days of the Kerry dances j aeason wore red coats and oapa as a
imtsldc of that, though, he waa all I protection against mistakes on the iart
right of other hunter.
Mi ATTFRRiiRVA rnuTiiviF' Thu'"a,"u of Pccmlts hs . e iwen la
MISS ATTEHBURY .1 COSTU E : sued In Ave counties in this H ate The
WAS A WONDER. I season lasts one week and each licensed
Miss Hi D. Attar bury 1 who won a blue hunter la allowed one deer. The records
MMua w th N uka Hats In th after-
uoun attracted a great deal of attention
with her riding costume. Borne one said
It was patterned after Jack's, but that
wai only jealousy. Mlaa Atterbury said !
Ask for Red Crow Cough Drop.
yoi tals oentekars casts psr bos.
1HC fi VliAlAO WUKLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
: r smt a-aa sr. ! UHAUhhtUKN W LU
It was her own pattern, and she called
11 Ihe Vsptline rut. flhe worn a dres
Ir.intlng rout and h"r wslstroat allowed
at the top and bottom.
Mlaa Elenora S.-.irs put In her appear
ance, and an the ahow waa rnmnut.
Barry Wall will not be In evidence, for
he la on the other Mde, across the pond.
you know. So the ahow will have to
; get alnn as beat It can with Ita atone
! walla. Mlaa Rears was the guest of Mra.
'. Reirgta VannerMlt. Mlaa Elale Janla
I ajao flash". l on the acen. And oh. lay!
The Prince I'lg-nn telli was there. You
I remember the Prince? The horrid cue-
toroa oen took him off the aalp and de
"men mm on Kills IMand
1 looked bored, but he said the show was
t better than the island.
. Among ethers In the mtHbme who
shone resplendent In their own hand
some selves wens Mrs Stiryresant Fish,
Mrs. Krnest Tselin, Mlsa Marian Hollls.
pretty Mla Miriam Harrtman. Mlaa
I loltA Fie t man, a blue ribbon girl; Miss
j HUda Holmes, Miss Katharine IjJTklna,
1 Foxhaii Roe no. John a. Feraons and
I Alfre-1 I-k.rons.
SHE WAS SIMPLY WRAPPED
A Sensation name In the afternoon in
the person of IHleen Kearny, an a.-treoe,
wlio was the first woman to leave rJorth
In an aeroplane. She name wrapped In
her wrapped suit of gray chiffon. Where
It began and where It ended, that eult.
ll not In the province of man oven to j
conjecture She said It was Just I
Wound around her. but how I
it was Wrapped she Wouldn't tell be-
uuae some one-a woman, of course
WOQld copy It. WOsn't she menu'.'
The show began with the hackneys 1n
the niorittad and wound up with Holland
at P.ght. These Dutchmen sre sure
great pk)fl and they have great horeee.
But, ah: wllshper, me lad' Here's a
secret! Thlm Jumpwrs they brosigM over
here wM tfjtini are Irish Jumpers. Oh,
ho! No wander, thin, that rhey went so
nate and clen fornlnirt the fences and
over the stones. Wttrna, wurra! Tle
Dutch and the Irish for bating the
A du-rKTv horse Is the bonny black
Spes A dar.dy rider Is Lieut. Isihoo
ntiaTa of the itoysd iroluutd Husssre.
Together they rode In per fecit rune and
nerver tc.ucliel stink or stone. The sol
dier pod a his horse like part of 1t and
the horse knew the game as well as the
("apt D. n Iuar lr. of the Mfteenth
Cavairy. V, m. A., rode equaily as wall
an ihs itoliant Dutchman. So did Ueut.
R. M Stewart Rlhardaon at the Kna
Hah Hussars and Major Joaaph KUgour
of the Ou. en'a Own Rifles.
ALL FOUR OFFICER MADE PER
All four officers made the circuit In a
Paultlees exhibition. So they had to go
over rho coure a second time Then the
band played Hojland's national anthem
and a little woman who had come all
the ay from A mstordatn M ra. II. B.
Van Bntdsn to write up the Hore Show
went up In the air. Her .heart beat for
Holland and her voice crinl for her
countryman. And the audience stood
while the band played.
To-night Is anoLher nlgttt There will
he another International contest. Will
it be Holland'.' WM1 It be F.nglanJ or
Hejrimn or Canada, or will the l'nlted
States annex the cup'"
RESPITE GRANTED ALLENS.
.' ernor of Mralnta Pals IK Kir-
callous I mil Oer. in.
RICHMOND. Va , Nov. ftCov, Mono
this morning granted Floyd and UlattdO
Allen a respite until Dec 13. They were
fentenoed to death la tho electric ohalr
Nov. 22 for their part In the Hlllsvllle.
Va., courthouse murdera.
DEER HUNTERS IN RED.
. or me """" .o..i.. in 1 eriairi
sections have been broken this ssason.
Palls Dosrmartadra aa Dlea.
Joaaph Randall, a tailor, fifty free
years old, at No il NeMler atraat, Jar
gay City, fall down ths stairway to
day and died immediately.
, TTimaTO tAK s upptu by
the Horse Show
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BLUE RIBBON GOWNS
By Mile. Lodewick.
Many young society matrons at
tended the Horse Show lat rllthl
to see the Judging of the Ladles'
Huntera. One of the moat popular
was Mrs Reginald Vanderblli, who
was most attractive in a gown of
pink satin, overhung wltli white
chiffon whloh wa.s outlined round
the sides of the low sri'mre neck
with tiny mink fitr banding A drop
shoulder Bne waa defined In the
same way, below which showed a
small puff of the chiffon. Oold lece
trimmed th blouse portion, also the
upper part of tho straight hung
aklrt. Iler large black velvet hat.
turned up on the side and front, had
a Mark aigrette shooting frontward
from the right of the draped crown.
A beautiful red velvet wrap edged
with gray fur concealed her gown
some of the time
Mra. Alfred O. Vanderblli attract
ed much attention and looked most
charming In a gown of White chif
fon whose bodice waa beautifully
embroidered in crystal bugles and
beads, outlined with rhlneatonea,
sdille folds of white tulle were
draped across the front. A deep
hand of the crystal embroidery glit
tered at her feet The belt was of
blue velvet. She wore an elegant
chain of Single large pearls. Her
hat was quite the most becoming
one seen. Of bla-k velwt, !t was
shaped to Wt up sliKhtty In the
front; on the right side was a small
denf. A fluffy gray and white cos
trlo'i land surrounding the crown
reached to the edge of the. brim.
tn the Itevnsl box was Ma K
Reynal, wearing a gown f gray
chiffon over rose satin. The bodice
was trimmed with gold lsce laid
under the chiffon, while a band of
the la.e formed a pa,nel effect down
the front of the skirt. Into Whloh
was draped the chiffon, leaving the
rose foundation to show on the bot
tom. Soft brown fur outlined the
medium low round neck Iler bat
of rose bro.-ade velvet, not la. ate
but very chic, was trimmed with
gray OitrlOh feather banding A
coat of black and gold brocade
with cuffs and collar of back lynx
aocompanlsd the gown.
Mts. Harold Fowler wore a lovely
pink brocade gown, -imply made and
trimmed witn whi'e tjlle round the
neck The ball and side tab were
of orystal embroidery. Her hat,
which rolled bark from ths hair, wa
trimmed with black plumes
Mrs. V. Is Hines wore a black
velvet gown trimmed over the
shoulders with heavy cream lace,
the si rep edged with black velvet.
A aqua.rc plustron of velvet, extend
ing from the belt to the bust line
and overlapping onto the la CO. was
rinlsned across with rhinaatoiies
The short slesvel had double cuffs
of black a-nd white hlffon with
small velvet buttona on the points.
Hhe wore a tiand of ulai k velvet
around her throat witn a .ILauiond
buckle in front. A dull lilua bro
cade hat, whose crown was sur
rounded wtth fur, unpletsd har
In WalUam H Moore's bos waa Ma
eon and wife and Mlaa Katharine Kl
hirer Mra. Moore was (owned la roes
chiffon velvet The low. round yoke
bad a dalaLy (xiu of lace aurreuade
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OF YOUNG MATRONS.
lag It, under which waa attached a
round hertha of the velvet. A diamond
br h glittered at the centre front
The aklrt waa draped at the knees
Into a atrap effect or the velvet. A
hat of black velvet with a spray of
blue aigrettes completed her costume
Miss Klklna waa also In rose, with a
small black hat trimmed with a large
white feather osprey.
Mra II. V. Treat looked charming
in a gown of black chiffon over white
aatin trimmed with gold htoa aeroaa
the from, the same also trimming the
skat round Ways at .he hip line. She
wora enormous moleskin furs and a
large black velvet hat with a white
paradise feather lai.i fiat on the ri.ie
front of the under Sirlm.
In Mr and Mrs. McLean's box was
Mra. Mol.esn, wearing a gown of
black chiffon over green sntln The
Square DOOM was outlined with rhlne
ttones. Oold and black brocaded em
broidery formed the front of the bod
Ice and also a panel down the back
of the iklrta
CAT'S VICIOUS ATTACK
BRINGS POLICE RESERVES.
(lb wed I ilviw und Later Cuts
Loose in Station Mouse Oc
cupies Cell Now.
A big. rangy Thomaj rat with a
groUOh. atood on a toOMld floor window
le.lge at No 239 Madison street, right In
the path of Isldor. I.tbnw earls to day
Without even an Introductory marl the
cat launched directly at the unoffend
ing L bOW. six feet aivav. and landed In
his face, laws ripping, Ubow yelled
In terror r.nd Mra Itu'iln. who Uvea a
floor below, ran to the police station,
four doors aw-sy.
l.ieut. McAuiiffe sent Patrolman Oof.
fey to rescue the till. II who was tifini;
slain by a wild animal. The cup anw
the cat orOUOhed at the head of the
stairs Watshlng talbow, who was slag
gs ring blindly, his face blood covered.
Coffey took oft bit cost and threw 1:
01 ar the cat.
Back to the station hOllse be wen .in, 1
1st. I the bundle on the dean, lie had
Just tamed aw-uy when the cat strug
gled free awl oharged Ueut, MrAullffe,
who rang the n serve bi ll Twelve po
licemen whacke-i the an mal mi', adatga.
I: was then locked up 111 a private cell.
According 10 regulations some ..n.. must
open his ell door every half hour. Ttie
Mueeoati ara oastlng lota
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Cop Couldn't ii;ilt Runabout,
but Limousine Did l ucky
iNivId Bchort, who drives a taxte.ih
for a living wis not u'lu.l to he alive
1 this morning, although the police snv
I he Is the luckiest 1nu.11 tn New Yrk
All he desired was to burrow Into rhe
I pillow of his bed at No SK West For
I tv -fifth street At least that w is where
'he said to-. lav that he Uveal.
When he was arrested for dining
while drunk, imgohlng another auto
mobile and Ins own and disorderly con
duct in Central Pars last night he w.m
divided between the west Forty-fifth
street add real and No, IM Wast sixty
seventh street and N'o 21 West Hat)
SohOUl undertook to try out s new
runabout fo s fi b lid. Harney llulse
last nlaTht, They took Hie cai up to the
BfOMi where ths lubrication was fine
On their wav back Policeman llait
gerty stopped them gad gain- notloll a
summons to appear in Harlem Courl
to-day and answer to a charge of ape. I
lag. A trifle like that did not bother
pint st all, for when he entered t'en
tral Park he Increased his speed in flfti
miles an hour, lie preferred the lfi
side of the road ant took It. What
cared ha for tne rul" of the road
Policeman Auatln at 1 in.- Hundred
snd S'xih street saw the car tailing
down the drive like a m.y omit and
l imped out to Intel fepl I' At the satin
time he saw a itmouaina coming from
tin other direction.
Austin Jumped back Quicker than he
had slatted forward. The little ear
was headed straight for him. He
landed in t ie huehea The ear swerved
lu the other direction and crushed Int.. j
Hi.. Hmouidnc The di Iver of the llin-
..ualne. Kdwur.l Kane of No 17s West.
Ktghty-flt st street, had been keeping
as far on the other side of the rood !
aa possible, seeing that the oncoming
rimata.at was running wild. He Juiuim. I 1
uefore the craKh
ehotl Was shot over the wheel as
though driven i.y a catapult Ha landed
iii a limp heap on lha grass thirty feet
away Hamej Hull landed beside h I in I
on hla hands at I knees, scrambling '
The lu.-t Austin saw of him he was j
rus'ilng th... ... 1 the bushes Ilka a I
wounded deer. And for all the police
man knows he Is running yet.
Kane and Austin pl.-ked flrholx up.
They thought he wsa dead. They car
ried hire under a lamp and Austin oalled
afl ambulance from l"reaby terlan Hospi
tal. Ths doctor found that nut a bone
waa broken. Schols waa not even
scratoiied. He came to hla aenass while
the surgeon was feeling him over and
angrily da fnalld ad that he he allowed to
lleep. It was yio time to wake a tired
rnnn up, he said. Katie was able to go
ho ne lifter some scratches had been
Boholl was held by Magistrate Murphy
lor trial In 'leneral Sessions on his plea
of guilty In ths West aide I'ourt.
CUTS HIS THROAT TWICE.
Jersey Illy Mao Break! l.less 1
lloeoltal for sec... a Attempt.
Twice within three hours Frank Tarns time waa being told by the other eat
er Jersey I'lty cut Ills own throat early i players that he could easily get away
to-day. The first lime waa In hla room1 with the money he collected. Oct. at hs
at his home, N'o. 175 Ililght street, with j quit with the gM.
a knife. The second time wss ln the Ha loM the whole of it with a gang of
Jersey 1 Ity Ho.plt.l With s brxiken pans vou,nB ,. m, Houston and Kldrtdge. .
or iilass. Me wt prohah v die. I ... .
III. mother wis awakcn-.l ,hortIy ' reels, and then on. of th.gangM.rs
after midnight by groans fr.Kn his room. ! ,,,k "v"r ho",e Tnd
She found him in bed with s big gash I RooMIng atraotg, Brooklyn, and It was
In Ilia throat. In the hospital Yarns was agreed they would break Into the house
lockOd In the prison ward. He pried last night and blackjack and rob tb'
loose an Iron bar. broke a window and ' occupant, a rich ahoesnaker.
used a piece of the glass to cut another! Ae he thought the matter over. Ktelo
rlrcp gash. stein said he came to the oonolusn he
lie Is thought to have become sud- would be best off In prison for the theft
dem demented otitis IM
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Youth Surrenders to the Police
Before He Adds to His
Hatha! than let his n-at theft
htm Into a burglary that had
planned. Max Klslnsteln, eighteen, gave
himself up at Police Headquarters early
to-day. He said he believed he
I irbnted fur ateallng IM he had co fleeted
aa a delivery wagon man for Menard 4k
t'o., milliners, No. M West Twenty
While walling for a detective to talk
him to the West Twenty-second afreet
station the youth toid his story to Ueut
Hlefenthaler. He said he was wig
l!cnard only a few days, and oU the
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