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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, .ONE 5, 1912.
DOGS RESENT PRESENCE
OF OLD L AT SHOW
1 iiii,v iicil (hip Makos Them
n i' li'inpi'i' iiikI Some Dis
F l.wls'a Lands.
51 IMMMSKS IN ,111)01X0
I,i it'' St. Honwml Wins
t ; ImiiortiiHtms Variety
t (ilf of ti tili.i ttv ranlncs ontc-t-t
.1 Hull admit n ut .Mluoola ch
ip .it I hi I'cncli Mirny (if tho Ladles
K i AMHHiiitlon, litit (inly under pro-tf-'
SiMti" nf Ihi; Iiittcr iiuttiri'il onra
d -i mil ,t n slKtiatlmi wliloli amuunlril
j!v ,i In fnrKKi'iifm. but for tho must
p th-y did not try tu roncon) their
Tt i pinion of owncis who would sub-
i twin to tho rtlscomfotts of a prize
i' ni. xp.dltloii uhrii the meicury
,f I 'll up In the nineties.
Miss Kitty I'.imeion, daUKhter of Kir
Rpderlek C.iinoron. hnd nn unplcariint ex-rrem-e
with her tiny champion, Oras-ir-
Nell. Nell had Junt completed' her
triumphs, hnvlna won the champion
class .md beaten bitches twice her
ll when she seemed to lose her
self control Miss Cameron wua quite
unprepaieil for the onslntiftht nnd was
badly bitten on the hand before she real
lid that Nell's equanimity had been
Another bad tempered was Mrs. Ralph
Th imas'j champion Kesena o'Valley
Firm While Hesena was belnn led on
a 1 ish sh reached out and seized a
dear little Pekingese spaniel called Petite
ami befoie any on could se the In
offensive creature she was a mans;lid
r..iff of fluff, I'etlte was alle when she
tvas picked up and her owner hopes to
t able to avo her life. Itesena has
tn on his bad behavior lately At the
B'lmont J'aik -how he hit Mlm Reran"
ohn so !eercl that It was necessary
fcr her to o to the hospital and hae
hr rheek feed up Miss Brandsohn
claimed that the fault was her own.
Displaying a f.utltude that bordered
cn heroism. Miss A Davits' wonder
ful St Beinaids. pantlne In their heavy
fur. were the onti of an admiring
crowd all dm Miss Dale la Justlv
proud of Alta M.mel, an American br.d
monstei. who defeated all th" Improtcd
champions mid swept ri thing before
h!"V..,.1,l.!, loi uccoidliiB to th.. Jiirtcnunt
if MldRlej MaiMlen. one of the Itcatit
JiKlRes tn I.nslatid. To the uninitiated
Heicuveen TroedMhlw Queen Is not so
h.itulsome us Mmvel, hut she has lieen
prfeired to his Imdshlp bv some who
know-. The (juren cost $1.00 lut win
tn Miss Pavlc paid that sum for her
a' the t.'rstl Palace and she was tin
lMed to exhibit at the Westminster
h etitil.iy hc defeated her erst
while conqueror. Ileinnant's Cleopatra, In
th- wlmieia class for bitches.
Th"?- who watched the Judging clo-elv
ram-, to i'p.-ct the unusual and In most
the w.-re not disappointed. For
(.stance, no one would have believed that
n. i.h It Minefield's riensatlon on the
I'.itl would have U-en placed ahead of
in of one eye. which Is a decided
dit'.ment In the show ilnc. Surptlse
r.a: h-t two caiiie when Mr. Trlsdale
Hi "1 Tl.ornbuiv Mu-ter Hist nnd ..n.
aeilookid lyier Morses wonder
ndle and wl e llotne Hule. which
ir 'h.niBht shou.il have won the class.
! ' M Hamilton's champion Florence
'..K.i lilt this was just wnat happened.
-. ' ii i" a sood type, but has lost
an-. Hopton's dear little Rodnev
!i v n three Ht-ts and several sue-
ej d.fi wlnninR his Hrst leg on the
s 1 challmuo cup. Harry Rush
.ihiIoij I'rlmess Merlmv needed
on the trophy to possess It
' - u (.onuor victory over ner
i' -t'll In competition
V I Italney eems to have the
si. u -sthiehland white teirler eer
x-i h- ,) ( the recently Imported
Oin.i Iihrfli. who swept cverythlnc be.
-iHro.i.v. neieatinB sucn cnam
niichfrKlri, Mrs. II
.0.P"!' Any Welfht -First. Jnhn '
"',,lr,r., Htrvnr Itsttleri set nnd, F A
it... t. Armstmna's Jack Johnson, third,
Harry D. Klrkrutri. Vumn Thrmk
Winners, Uogs First, John f Welter's
i.rlrS!'.,r ""tilers reserve, August Ilclim.nl
(Isse t, open. JllK hes First, .lav
V.?"M. " .""'" tlueen. se(nn.l, Chrlslnpher
"rfn.. err Rells , third, Utnre llltlsteln's
th Maltivjil (llorv.
: Winners. Illii hes First, .lav (Inulrt's
Saucy (Juien, reserve, Chrlslnpher Wren's
Open, Iiors First, Domino Itengle's Pom
Winners, lii.es- First, II, I'hlpps's
Win alley ('hnrlster: reserve, llelrey lien
Ule's tlelrnv Flniltr II
Oprn. IIIKhes Flrsl, Mrs II. ' I'hlpps's
rranlU'i sernnd, llelray lle.iale's Helrav
HpmiKlei thlnl, Duiulnn llr.ik'lr's ih. Hcl-
rn i.ii him ii
Winners. Hltthes -First, Mrs. H. .
I'hlpps's W'heatley Fe.irnnt, reserve, Mrs.
H. 1 I'hlpps's Frantic.
Open. Doits. Any Color First. Mrs. A.
Winners. lMs First, Mrs A. Hunrsr
fnriws Ullte South Shore; reserve, Mrs. Jo
sephine Keutrr'a Trick West F.nrt
Winners. Pitches Flrsl, Mrs Josephine
llenter's Lola von Llchtenste In: rerve,
Mrs. A Hunaerfonl's rtns.tte II West End.
Winners. Dots Flrsl, H.tmiifl Untermv
er's tlrevstmie Patriot; riserve, tmna Ken
net's Ininn tmprudenee.
w mners, iiltenes First, Aistenn svennei e
Sotithport Biimptuouii reserve, lmm Ken
nel's linna Heltlom.
Winners. Dogs First, Karl BJurman's eh,
Helols von Wurttember-. rsserve. Chsrles
Ludwla's Han's von Eschenbai'h.
Winners. Ultchra First. Fred Hill's Hill s
Mebba. reserve. Fred Hill's eh. Diana's
Winners. Dos First. Meadovew Ken
nel's Meadowvlaw Itork. reserve. Meadow
view Kennel's Do.1ora Uohs.
Winners. Pltehes-Flrst. H F. "
Lansdowne Lens: reserve, Meadnwvtew Ken
nel's Daodora Countess.
Winners. Don and Bitches rirst. Tea
tllhc Kennel's rh Carlo, reserve. Tesdlhr
Kennel's eh. Yesdlhc Challenge.
Irish Setters. Winners. Doti-Flrit. Mu.
fcerry Kennsl's Muskrrry Fen. 'reserve, J
C. Hanna'a Lansdowne Knamus
Winners. Bltehes-Flrst. Miss A. B. Lswls'a
Lansdone Bumlnanlly Rhu: rtserve, Lis
mors Kennel's Llsmore Colleen. .
Retrievers, Winners. Doa and Bitches
First, tleoric J Oould's Furlough Ouest.
OLD ESUL1SII SHEEPDOOt)
Oren. Dogs First. Mrs. Tyler Morse's
rt,V.nnlnn Midnight, second, ssme owners
"o'eTigiVlr... Mrs. T,.er Mors.;,
ch. Midnight, reserve. Mrs. Tsler Morses
HerB.l'heVlrF.rst. Mr. T, Mores',
Ominous, second, same wtiert Ar?m,ni?.,,r
Winners. Bitches First. Mrs. Tj er
i riminnui. reserve, .m.. w..
I winnsra. Dogs-Flrrt. Red Brook Ken
nel's Th Juggler, reserv-e. rs,
I Morse's ih Rudolph de Boheme
Winners. Dogs-Flrst. H. T
Dragon, reserve. Oreen Aire Kennels I.ou-
m WMnrs"',..., hes-Flr... Mrs. J W. Deck;
er's Hun Fire, reserve, urrsn
SWEEPER II. FAVORITE
10 WIN ENGLISH DERBY
Americans IMniiffo on iMiryoa's
Kntry and Ktircc Odds
to . to 2.
XOTKI) YAXKKKS TI1KKE
Moraan, Crokpf, Tim Sullivan
and Annette Kellennan
to Se Hiicp.
BUSY DAY AT NEW LONDON.
8!.moyC.!V.- Winners, dog. and b.tches-
Flrit. Oreen Acre Kennels' janiar. .r.-.--.
"wVrrV.tr';,; Mr.. H L. M.pe.'s Dober
m.nn Dl nL.u,Dac.S
Winners. Dogs First. Rockclltfe Kennels'
eh Rockellffe Hats Oft reserve. Bockhlll
I Kennels' Thorntiury Mter. it.i.a.M',
Winners, Hitches First. It I.lttlenein a
Sensitlon on the r.th. reserve. Mrs. c M.
Hamilton's Florence Bhunna
I winners. Dogs First, Miss F A Hum
. prev's Stonelelgh Sheffleld; reserve. Campbell
1 A. Helm's Dunlliine Sie.rt.r- Hun,,n..
Winners. Bitches First. E C ' Muniing
eh t'kinlta Paooose. reserve, T.
V T" aH K' d'-lltfe Snowman amiinp- th
dos nd It. r.crt tloelet's Hussy of Glen
'; . the .pen hitches class. Hussy of
L. niu wn.s the winner at the Brlshton
s" md ,s an International champion,
ha ic n at the greatest of the London
iamirs R at. a puppy who went un
pis fd a' th From h bulldog show, won a
ni table .-t.,r in the open and wlnnets
la'ses I'he vounuster was plnied ahead
"f dampen okwal Nabob. Apache nnd
a tque nnd rtnally won the special for
th. u, . f either Gamin's Rival has
s -hd.rfil h.id and lav back, a short
muzile nnd in fact Ib almost a perfect
sr.. rnier. fif Inn bleed. Mlsa Kllse I.adea's
n poit.it, rjn Tltane, carried every-
n e ., re her in the bitches classes, de-fH-
i t tn.. fax,, ni,. from Mrs. Hamilton's
ke; rei I'rlni . ss Gamin.
T .1. h awards vvlll Include the un-.-"irle.l
sp... and the ptlr.es In the
i a , 1 1 1 i .asses
TN ae ai ds
W nw. ling. Won bv Harry Peters's
1. Winners Hlmhes Won by Miss
' ' 1. .I.fiuln s Knit. Krnn. r..r,'.
le'.-ts .ire.n River Melndv
" lug F:- llercuveen Kennel's
vi. second. Jaeoii Ruppert Jr's
r -iner third, Hercuveen Kennel's
iK.f First, Hreuveen Kennel'a
i'' ierve, Jaroh fluppert Jr's
- ' rn,. r
1 . i..s - First Hercuv.en Kennel's
i -o. .rhr.v Queen, second, Jacob
' ' s I'.emn.ints ('liopatra
u uitches First. Her-
i n - H.rcuveen Troeilvrhtw
"i e ra. ob Iluppert Jr's flern
' e ira
- : nsii DnKRHOi'NDS
' ' it- Won h Mrs Amy K Eas-
IinK", Won b) .Mrs A K Eas
Flrsl. Mrs Flke's Overcross
-ii'l H F Lewis's Landsdoun
third. KIMeiirn Kennel'a Kill-
- - . . riot-.- First.
rsssrv e, H
1 h . l-trst II F Lewis's Lands
r' it M sei-.nil. H F Lewis's Lands-
' '! third. Klllearn Kennel'a Kill-
, i '.out
ltl. hes - First. B F Lewis's
' ' I.ifforlil reserve. fH F Lewis's
H Winners Dogs and llltchta
I j. s Sii.annes North Mar. re
,'ie. .sunnt's The Wanderer
FuxhoiinilM. Winners, Dogs and
Winners. Dogs First. Frederic raff el's
Oamln's nival, reserve. Noaual Kennels th.
i Nosual Nabob. 1 , , ,
Winners. Bitches First. F.Jslnore kennels
llltane. reserve. Mrs C M. Hamilton's I'rln
. cess Oamtn
Winners. Dogs First. E L. llre.n's Trl
mnunt Vic. re.erve. Morris Srhschlel's Ring
master's KM , . ,fl
Winners. Hitches Flrsl. Mrs John Mln
turn Jr.'s RockcllfTe Beautiful Doll reserve,
O II Clappert's Lady Ringleader
Winners. Dogs First. Pshln. Ksnnels' Sa
bine Replica reserve. E H Ingnern s Moll
'''wmners. Hitches First. A Atbrlgh Jr's
rh Baughfell Water Lily, reserve. Sabine
Kennels' Sabine Far Famed
Wlr- Haired Fox Terriers Winners, Dogs
First. Vlckery Kennels' Vlckery Qulckssnd
I reserve. Mrs n l t'arnochan's ch Mem
Winners. Bitches First. Vltkery knnsls'
ch Vlckery Bubbling water reserve, vim-
II vicKery nostr v.iri
I Winners. Dogs First J It Thorndlka's
rh Thornernlt Marksman rser.e Franitt
(J Portsr's Abbey I'laybnv
Winners, Bitches First Frintls Porter.
Abbey Rdfl . reserve, John Buss's Blar-
1 ney Buttercup.
Scottish Terriers W inners dogs Hrst A
H Stewart's Clonmel Braw Ladrtle. reserve
Henry T FMtman'e Balgounle Ladille
i Winners. Bitches First. Ilenrv T Flelt-
( man's Balgownle Moorhen reisrve, Wales-
'IB vvaivscoil lann
Winners, Dogs Flrat. Mrs Frank T
I Clark's Ashtnn Wee Oliver, reserve, Mill
Kennedy's Fomerts Wasp
Winners, Illtche. First, Mrs Frank T
I Clark's Fairfax Adger, reserve. Miss A F
( Browning's Oak Hill Clover
.v'eo.ii t'nlilf Hfpatrli In Tus Sin
IrfiNPON, Jutii- 4. Sweeper It. 'a price for
the Derby to-morron has shortened tu 3
to 2 and every American In London ap
parently Is plunKlntf on Mr. Dur.vca'i
horse, not only for patriotic but for sound
There has been a steady influx from
Paris of American who are going to Ep
som Downs to-morrow to seei the race.
Amoiie; others who arrived with a large
entoui-HKo was Hie Tim Kulllvan. It Is a
safe ptoplucy to say that there Is not a
single American In London able to crawl,
ride or fly who will be absent from the
Ml. Iniryea arrived In London this eve
nlns. He said to Tub Sun correspondent:
"It Is not safe to prophesy, but my horse
Is sound and fit and I am extremely hope
ful. 1 have every tonfldence In him, and
if he docs not win ther will b no excuses
"tt naturally has been my great ambi
tion to win the Derby," continued Mr.
Duryea. "but If I cannot, then my hopes
are centred In the. King's horse. H would
be a great thing for racing If the. present
King's colors were past the) post flrat."
Mr. Duryea will occupy a prominent
box In the stand, where he wit Ibt accom
panied by J. Plerpont Morgan and H. K.
Knapp. Illchaid Croker, whose colt waa
scratched, also will attend the race with
ms niece, .Mrs. iiowman, ana Aiineue .
V-llar.na. u-Iiab. .......Ia M,lA,M.n.l '
fasclnnled the former Tammany chieftain
to such an extent that he has been a con
stant attendant at the Oxford Music Hall,
when- she has been appearing.
Mr Duryea will stay In London to the
end of the week, and then will go to Paris.
Sweeper II 1ms engagements at Ascot,
fioodvv nod and Doncaster. If ho wins the
Derby it will he n real American victory,
lie was foal.d In France, but through ig
norance of the French rule that a mare
must tint leave Fiance until six months
after foaling, the dam was sent to Eng
land Inside that time and that disqualified ,
Sweeper II. from racing In France, i
Mahir will have the mount, Trainer Per- j
sis, although of Irlh birth, lived and j
trained In America for ears for R. C
Hooper of Boston. If Sweejier II. wins
thete Is likely to be a hot time where
Americans congiegate on Wednesday
Tim Sullivan on his arrival to-night
told TltK Si'N correspondent he had a
most delightful month In France, where
he spent every day at ine races. ;
"It's a pity we can't have something i
like that In America." he said. "You sea
soldlets In France mounted on manin
cent hoi sea with a thoroughbred strain,
and for the purpose of mounting our cav-
Yle anil llarvnrt! Cretvs Have Two
Heaalnn of Practice Apiece.
Niw fiNooN, Conn., June 4. Both
Yale and llarvatd rowing squads took I
morning and afternoon ptactlce, un the I
Thames cnuisc to-day, neither of the
varsity boats showing any change In
Neither Yale nor llutvuid has at-1
tempted any speed Mills, the stinkc In
both vnrslty boats being held tu "S. (
Hob Cook, In the new MtiBllsh palt
oar, gaM- the Yale varsity men sliott In- ;
structlons this morning and hud the ciew i , ,.,..
jr. the eight oar ..boy,, .,uartc.;s an hour I ) " ' 'A T iV KKPKATKI)
this evening, following In the speed
launch. The second validly eight nnd
fouia were coached by Jim FlndgoiH fiom
the buw of Pa.vnc Whitney's power launch (iops 1111(1 ( (HHPS I iH'Ollii'll
.ail'i.li, me aicnitiei i.iinu .e,i- ..nil .is- . (H . 1 ! A
Itora nhoutd imiinipanv lug the oarsmen I II VCIIII, lllli t l(lP Hl'IPl V
The llarvuid freshman crew captiilti.
Trumbull, was relegnttd to the substitute
list tins Mitel limin. vvituinirtoii, anutiict
Hoads (lood. on flic Avcrajro,
S.'tYo in Itntncitiatp Xcifrlilitii'
hooil of the Wnt el-.
Marks the Host of It.
RUbstttulr. tnklnt; Tmm1uM'fl Avv hi
No. s. The ll.lt oiptain 1 not in Nm
.ilnttiiililln tfimlnu 111 tho itllrrtifil of
man coach, win ducked In the Thames Ol ecnu md l.ak. 1st mi id Just at l i s lit e,
tilts aftcitioon by u ilor-cn of IiIh pupllf. althoush nenr the lake Ittclf th" I .ds
The. mnsqulttiea hive migrated from uto noun tun good, Tho opp-irttiiilty 1st
Yale's ramp to Red Toi i and arc making t.rP for ,lni, ,;! uns tli.v laltcid.'. i
l'"1,1" nlKh( tlmc for ,he '"J" , hut that .... the west bank Is tnu,.. aJ ,
This .v'ear Yule nnd lliiivaul vvlll mw dmiKcrously naiiow. On the cant side,
their forty-sixth annual rate .tune 10. Vi-1 ulthouch there have b"tn stimi.- effortn1
lowins, is tne ruirmiir ; rirtnmni I'uni.i. ma ,,, ,,.0 h hullt theie Is tin fit
tart at btldge at 10:30 A. M.. tlnlslilng ma"" "',XP " "ul"' ,ne'e 1 " n
at the navy yard, two miles uiutr'jui toad.
Immediately ufter thin race the vnrsltv , trip to (Iieemvood l.ak" m il e a
fours will row, Matting from the navy n)c rur) , ,nfnnCo b.'ln Inside
yard and finishing off ned Top, d ; ... .. t... .,. -i,. i, .its.
tance. two miles. The vaully eights "f '2n m""- Tl" wai SBen nefwlth
will row ut f. o'clock. nLirtlng off lied i leada out through .suffem and Tuxedo
Top and rowing downstream to the nnri Fturns tl.tough these places, tepe.it-
w'e'XV Stlon,,0aUrr- Tia'S''' prc?crence 10 "' '". VXTZ
will be given the varsity eight o.ued event out. however, after crossing rottyseouid
and the others will he nut off until Mat- rtteet ferrv. the i mite clven leads through
urday. unless possible to row them after- ntdcefleld.' Teaneck. Haworth. Perl
ard. Freshmen fours will race on the
afternoon of June 19.
Mlsa nrowalnax Scores Unalily.
River and Nanitet to Sufferu and Tuxedo.
A luncheon stop may be mad at Oreen
wood L.ike, where there Is no waiters'
strike, It la ptetty ceituln.
R.iturnlnu there will be found some
particularly beautiful Mctih-.'S. The
road leads up through CheMT and Oiey
coutt to Monroe and avoiding th toad
to Nowbursh Junction t.ikts the travelle:'
Mlsi Adelaide Brownlnu of the Ardsley
Club yesterday won her way Into the fUnls
of the Atnackassln cup singles at YonVeii,
disposing of Miss Marie Wagner, ti 3,
108. With Miss Clara Kuttroff as part
ner, she defeated Mrs. Frederick fichmlti
?Ci-r-3. YuZsc Harrltnan and Arden to Tuxe.lo
vlously eliminated Miss Oertt tide Mill from nnd ftiffein again. Mow ever, a diversion
the singles by 0. n, in the mlx'd
doubles Miss Ellisbeth H. Mooro and Al
bert J Ostendorf defeated Mrs. Hemp
W. Humphreys and Ingu Hartman, :,
l.i made by tetmnliu through I'aiktn
jck to I'mt Lee ferry and s li.tcii into
It Is a tour well worth th making
Comfortable Touring Depends on the Car
it. in... n..rnin Davllcht airy alone, ill fuy noining 01 neepina iii
Toy Bull Terriers Winners. Dog. andJ the breed of horses, we should have racing
. ..T5 B.u.'i.. ?lr....l.' iir.smerel e...v.H Cm. niv tnlt the truth when ha
NelS.re7eVveVVr.nk McCarthy'. Little Jeff,
suld that, since rating was killed, the
breed nnd quality of horses had gone off.
If we could have racing the game at In
Fmncer with the pari mutuelg for bet
ting, with a percentage going to the State
for the urkeep of the breed, I think every
objection would be met. Racing Is a
success In France and England : why not
in the I'nlted Htatesr'
I ery Ktnneli
H0PFE EETAINS IS, 2 TITLE.
Mrs Flske's Over-
V Lewis's Lands-
,nt at Ilia Real, bat Beats Clin
I With Over inn Points to pare.
PHlLAprt-rHIA. June 4 Willie Hoppe,
; far from belnc In hli best form, to-night
, easily defeated Harry Cllne of this city,
1 the challenger, In their 50rt rolnt game
' of IS. 2 balkllne billiards. The final score
I was: Hoppe. 600. Cllne. 3S6.
Hoppe appeared to be affected by the
' heat, which was something terrific In
I Hortlcultuial Hall, where the match was
I played before about 300 persons almost
, equally divided between men and women.
I The champion fell down on several easy
'shots, drawing blanks In six of the twenty-
five Innings. Cllne played brilliantly at
times, but the Ivoilea refused to roll for
Hoppe s high run was an even bundled.
Ilia average was 20. He had other
high runs of 73, (6 and 4S. Cllne made
two runs of IS each, one of 64 and an
other of 62. His average waa IS 4.
Hoppe I, II, 0. S, 15. II, II, t, I, St,
0. 0. h, 0, b, it, 1, 1. a, 11. 100, 0, 11,
Cllne 0. 1. S4. 10, i, 3. n, h, 0, M. 0,
1, :. 0, 0, it, b. it, -j. m, 3, 4, :. 0. t it.
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to offer because its owner, a well
known physician, bought a larger
Alco. The Renault, as everyone
knows, is a leading foreign motor car.
This one is- particularly adaptable
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Oeorge F Bslston of the World, won
the qualifying round medal of the News
paper riolf Club at Van t.Virtlandt Park
yesterday with 9'', ii John Dor
sail of the Journal was second, with
&0, 23 T. and President Oeorge L.
Cooper of the Telegram, thlld. with .
311 fly Thirty-tlKht pla.vers turned In
cauls. Those to qualify for the club
championship art as follows; t", F
Wright. H A Haines, Al Owens. Andrew
Murray, John O. Logan, Clarence Le
fSendte, W W Burse. I', B. Lucas, Oeorge
F Italnon, C F Carter, John Dorgan,
T .1 Vivian. Fred Benslnger, .1 F V.
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nue Turn right on KertythliJ street
inf.) Turn lift tn ferry (I7i. on Jer
sey side hear ei i;ii ami limiieilliiti'D'
hear right up hill Turn light on Hint
snn ('mint) llnulct iril (ill ninl straight
on hniilc vnrd vvln.llnr At iitnu-eim nt
park turn right (S.ll and linme.llttely
turn left nu Hull's Kerry tn.nl, l'ns
Kalrvlcvv Cemetery on left i.',i Down
u lulling hill. ,M hotlniii nr hill turn
right ii.ll l'ullritt trnllty traiKs ami
irots hrlil.. (iv . i- sirtiim thri.ugh tell
Bate (live ctutsi (i!-'.i Leave trnlley
1 III itlnl .l 1 1 1 ' llllll lift li.il ii nil tlnss
r.illrmiil ,il Itldgeih Id slathm Jltri !il
follow irollev ("..". i Hour light (.'ross
l.tnlge and thr.uigh mil gate nive itnisi
t T P . At rnailhuiise on left turn rlghl
M.3I. stralshi mi thruugli lll'lgt M l.l
I'nrk (!i. tu ihi'iugh
TUA.S'IX'K ill.!.). Kollnw iniiln rnul lliiimgli
iiergtnnrid tui.i Hum'. lit 11...11 .log
right and left MO 1 tlifnuth lluv. orlti
(P. in. Ctnss hrlilge ovtr siitain ili:i
l'as mail nn left (H..M. Take k'ft fork
at Hnrrlnxliin Park lllti, (.'rnss tall
mail Hull Pass pond .n rlKht, fJl
lnwfng winding mnin rnad At end (if
Mm! turn left (-'111 Iliar left c.'Sli,
('ms. liMdge over treani it nil at one"
hear right c:.:i. Hhurt stretth nf suml
114.01 Al end of road turn rlithl anil
at onte turn lift In
l'Kvni. ItlVKIt cs Ii Two rallro.nl cross
ings arc endiuntered liefore Nanuet
.liincilnn i;;si Turn l(f( on N itk
Suftern rnnd to N'anuet CS I) Ovir rail
road irnsslng Ckiii Turn rltlit t.n.li
ll'ir left through spring Vnllry (.10. 31.
I'rnss railroad at Mousey i8:i Over
rttlrosd iri'lng at Tallm.na (33.4) At
end of road turn rlghl and itoss rail
SL'KKKHN 1 3 i Benr left, then hear right
(J7.I) Cross railroad (37 71 Cum
lirldg" over streum (ZS.OI Bear' left ut
Hsmapn .3.4I Cross railroad (.IJ.tli.
L'resa hrilge through i'loatsbury (40.5)
straight 'on through
TUXEDO (4J.1) Bar right (15 1). Turn
left l4J.il Kollove main road up hill
Al summit of mountain ISO. Si Turn
left r.5 21 Straight on to poetnMte
it. 2) In
anUBNWOOD LAKE. Turn left at postof
lice to hotel at head of lake (S3 5i Kt -turning
go north from hotel to postof
tire at Oreemvood Lake U2). Rtralght
nn Pass road on left if.4,7i. Pass road
in right (S4.si. Rtralght on through
rrogsro.n1. (S.0i Desr left 1 !)., and
hear right id 21 Pass Dull l'ond en
right Hear left (: ;i and follow wind
lug main r.iail. Cross railroad i4 4i and
l.ear left nn macidam (l Si Into
CHEHTKR (S..V2I Straight on past first
watering trough and take rlghl fork at
second watering tro igh .', tn rail
re.jd trostlng. the snond at (.6i. At
onte under railroad Pass tlreycnurt
poelofrtie (.',. 61 Turn right and at nine
turn left iiJi Cres hrldce nv(r
stream 17 til Over railroad (7Si ,t
once htar rlghl. asaln hear light at
1 19.01 and rrces railroad In
MO.vrtOU ' " - 2 1 Take left fork i72.f)
Hlsht fork at 72 1 and right folk again
al .10 through Harrlman (Turner)
1,4 ii near right (7Mi Pass mad on
I'ft to NeMbursh Junction i714i Pars
road on left to Ar.len 7S.fii through
linuthnelds ( V0 I I Take left tor (SO!' I
Pars road on right (! i Follow main
TfXCno in 11 Sloatsburg (i!!li Crn..
hrldge ever stream and railroad H7 21
through rtmiapo (if v Ciort bridge
over stream is2i and triss railroad
e..e.l..tA'i. TV!rn Meht and ( rof railroad In
PL FI EPN iPOsi straight on Orange ave.
nut. eros brMgi- over streain (!14i
throuth Mthnah i2 ti. rtamev (H '1
Allendal iSkJi. vValvvirk 02 21 Croes
rrtllrnad and down hill through Hoho.
kus ia 4) Straight on iri At onie
take right fork and cross bridge over
stream (D.i,7i. Tutn right (.).
Through crossroads 1 IOO.S) and bear left
past water wheel (lutll Cross trolley
at An nla (Kil.iil I'loss railroad (107 II.
HlraiMii on Passaic etriet Turn right
on Main strut (107 7 1 and itoss rail
ruuU a I
1IACKCNHAC1C (141.1). At small park turn
ten to Mrldgr stretl ilov.4i Crnsa
bridge over sirdini (10 7) (.'rots rail
rond at llngoia (109 01. Cross railroad
1 lO'i 3. Ciiish lirbl over urea 111 1 1 1 1 01
.nil 1 ror.i rallroul illl:li Through
1 ros.roails ni Leonln (111 I) and cross
trolley (III 71 f. hill throuph Kort Lee
ill.ll'l Hear r I u Ii t down hill, along
slum roid Turn lift to ferry, IMge
walcr IMS) cress fctry to UOth
strict Cioea railroad track Turn rlghl
on llro't.lw ny and straight on lo
COLl'Mllt'H cittci.i: 1 IIP I)
A. A. A. SHOWS A GAIN.
j Furl -three ( llllia Ailitcd lo .Member
ship LI I llhlti liit".tliiii .Nut Settled.
I 7'oily-tlncc flill.H vvuru added lo the
I Anu rlcan Automobile Association mclll
. betshlp loll at tin' scml-atiuual meeting
of that oiguiilzutliin yesttrday in the
Hotel Astor. I'ort.v-tvvfi rtate bodies and
some 400 clubs are now included In the
A A A. Intnl.
Plt'sldi'Iit fiobeit P. Hooper pifsld.'d,
flanked for 11 put of the sesilon by
i'.-icsli!( nts William llotchklsa and
Lewis 1J. ,p",iie. uhlo had tho largest
ti'ptii. nliittun piisnit, (.winy to the ton
sldeiHtliiti of the picseiit t'Oinpllfated sit
uation In Hint Mate No rnmluslon was
Icichod i, lit . . J til Mitn .if tit, ee,...ntll.
nicanltt'U Ohio Motor Federation, which
contends Unit the nnnuul flection and
pi'oc.'idlnpK of th" Ohio State Automo
bile As"oriation were Irtegttliir A spilt
was tho icsiilt and now both bodies seek
affiliation with Iht; national aKsnclatton.
The matter will c,m up for final action
nt the first fall meeting of the A. A. A.
' III pH'p.iiiitlon tor the next national
I ii'llablllty nur, Ur. (.' K. Dutton of Mln-
nitota, v,i upon itcommendatlon of tha
I president, apiuovcd us chairman of the
.special lommlttee In charttr, which also
Includes L. It .Spenie, Mssaachuastts;
. 1.. .viu.vtr. imwi. .iiiun vvnson, I'enn
H.vlvanlu. and W. t:. iletzsei. .Michigan.
( 'olninhlnila Ileal nt (lie et.
Nkw Brunswick, N J., June I. Tha
Columbia t'lilvcibltv tennis team defeated
Rutgers bete tlila aflciuoon. live matches
; to one. Totter of MiHgem defeated Wash
hum iif Columbia, 7 S nnd 'j. Cof
fin of Columbia defi'utid I'rentlss of rtut
ce f, 2 and I Hulnes of Colum
bia defeated Fountain of Kiagers, 6 3
' and 1. Lamb of Columbia defeated
j Banks of ItutKeix, 0 and 61. In
j the doubles Lamb and WuBhbum won
I fn.m i'rentlss and Banks, ii 2 and 0,
wiille H um h and Coffin subdued Potter
I and Havtns, 6 1 and (i 3,
I South Atlantic Leasae.
I Columbus. (. Albinv. 5
1 ( ouinbi .n,. ir.ili t
Aiaion, jaeKsonvtlle, 9,
Salies'on. 3, Kort Worth. 0
.n Anionio. 1
Dallas rii.nun.int, 1
Austin, I Houston,
TOUR No. 7
. JUNE 12 m HOTEL NASSAU
The Greatest Rendezvous for Motorists in This Country
Famous Apperson i
Jack Rabbit Cars
The Apperson Brothers have had 19 years of consistent success.
They sue the oldest manufacturers of Automobiles in America. This hss made
it possible for them to place on the market a 45 H. P. car, fully equipped, for $1,600,
which cannot be surpassed in any way by any car up to $2,500. A demonstration
will prove our claims. We are at your service. '
49th St. and 7th Av. Tel., 8155-Bryant.
LONG BEACH. LONG ISLAND
fireproof 25 Miles from New York kukopean plan
Mftnacemcnt Merry & Boomer Phone 100 Long Beach
"SWEPT BY OCEAN BREEZES"
pleasant motor run an InUcoia'Inr rlunce In ifceurf -a famous
urlental Dinner ervcd oui ol deort tn the acrcmpanlment of
Is'rur'gotteu-' mC(l orchl,r4aLl1 ,ht "itlsue ul the hoi day
oi'lns jt'.Ni; ;th n nopfA.v pi.a.v
!di:ai xtT.) roads ninrrTTOTHi: HoTri.f.vi nA.vcE.
Kxiellcnt garace acd rarklnc arcnnirrrirtAllor.s.
iioolilng once, :j iih Ate , I'lcrlda I. an Least HJtel Ca
.lONLI'll 1'. ,KIM., Msnavrr.
Tel' ant Mil Madl.on Sriunre
702 Maxwell cars sold in
N. Y. State in 1905 are
giving active service today
This record of durability is uncqualed by any other
make of car, regardless of price. Statistics prove
that Maxwell cars last longer, give more dependable
service at a lower cost of maintenance, than any
other make of car in the world.
Maxwell Special $1480
Fully qulppad, including selfstarter
This 5'passenger, 36 horsepower touring car continues as the
undisputed leader of 1912. No other car within $200 above
Us price compares with its wonderful value. Only by riding
in it can you know its exceptional qualities. We want you
to test and examine it. May we arrange a demonstration ?
If you cannot call, send for the Catalog de Luxe, illustrating
and describing it. Just say on postal, "Mail Books."
Roadster, 30 hone
power, $1 ISO.
Touring Car, $980.
All P'icn l.o.b, Fttttory,
Maxwtll "Special" 36 hp, $M80. Fully equipped, including Self-starter
United Motor New York Company
3 Wst 01st Street, New York
BROOKLYN, N. Y.-l. C. Klrlcham, 1M0 Bedford Av.nu
JERSEY CITY. N. J.-T. C. WolTerton. 837 Mercer Street
NEWARK, N. J. J. W. Maeon, 350 382 Hol.ey Street
PORT RICHMOND, S. L, N. Y.-Cornell Motor Car Co.
7Aer i' a Maxwill Dtaltr in your vicinity
A Motor Run of Unusual Attractiveness
Ninety minutes from New York to Edgewood Park
Entrance on Boston Post Road. Even facilit for
tho Transient Motorist combined with every comfort
for the permanent Guest.
COMPLETELY EQUIPPED GARAGE
Aborning and Evening Concerts bv the Edgewood Quartette.
A table for Luncheon or Dinner or a Room for the week-end
may be reserved by telephoning Greenwich 104.
D. P. Simpson, Manager.
Jefferson, New Hampshire J
In tha Whito Mountaina
OPENS jr.Nti Xlrlh
Delightful family resort In a most picturesque
section, with accommodations for 5oo. Table sup
plied direct from our own farm and dairy. IS hole
golf course, Tennis, Saddle Horses, Garage and Livery
ON FAMOUS SCENIC AUTO ROUTES
Detached family cotU?es. completely furnished,
with hotel service. Charlea V. Murphy, .Manager.
Laurel Houst, Lakewood, N. J., until June 10th
FORT WILLIAM HENRY HOTEL
uku (itconiii:, .v v.
or-F.N A l.l. TIIK YIUII. Conducted nn Luropran rian.
.NEW CONCaKTC OAHACH. KVKHV FACILITY FlJUTHK AVTOSIontLtST.
BOTH HOTELS ON EMPIRE TOURS
Holds are new and nf absolutely flrrprnnf rnnitrtit'tlnn Mnlcrn In all
their rqulpment, aflordlnt ruesta evrry fonifort, iiiiiMiilcn.-c anrt safely
HOTEL CHAM PLAIN
uri:.Nb JIM'. ISril. Conducted on (ho American and European l'lan.
Sepmalr entrance tn Automobile foyer, ullli private itrrsslne rooms. ,ew
roncrrle earner, r'ull length tahole folf course acd attracts r club for eclu
sle utt nf iiursta,
I'nr Infoimation, booklets, road maps, drtics
MORTIMIK M. KllLY, MGR.. 389 FIFTH AVE, N. Y.
Hunter Island Inn
nn: i.v ri.-mui iiui'i:."
I'elham Shore Hiad Ithe nncst roailway In ii, V. Stale) na-.'.r cnlrunce lo ciuuii'Ii.
W Ithln tone's throw nt lhrTMrr Islaml clubhnue ul ihe N, V A t'
The location overloohlna the Suund commands beautiful view s In .ill directions
Cool bivecs biiceii Ihrouch u dainty itlnlnii rnum ulitic an ul!iiil cuMne and the "latt
word" In srrvlte holtl snuy (ionl music "III ln aid In al'orillue auiomcbllbtk Ihe rlM.urr nt a
iop, the memory of Inch will linger, opm all jinr round,
Arthur E. MacLein Tel. 800 Westchester
will open June 15th
Finest location in the Berkshire Hills. Golf, Tennis Motoring, Charm
ing Walks and Drives
Mfiie f. Exceptional Merit. H'. C, Uavill, Managtr,