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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
BULLDOG TO BE SEEN IN
HEIGHT OF HIS GLORY
"First In War, First in Peace"
Big Fellows llnvo Inning
Hero on Tncsday.
WONDERFUL ONES ENTER
Great Baron, King, President
and Monarch Foremost In
List of Contenders.
First In war and first lu peace I the
sturdy English bulldog, and one might ap
propriately finish the quotation and Uo
add flrat to have a specialty club or hold a
Away back in 1D. the Initial exhibition
ot England's national do wan held 'In the
ballroom of the Hotel Logerot, tor which
more than Mo Invitation" were tneued.
Robert McCreery and Charles it. Ilopton
were In charge of the show, which proved
to be a glowing, one might almost sar
a howling, success. ,
Previous to this riibut, appropriately
made In a ballroom, the produce stakes and
members, shows were held in the stables
of John It. Matthews on Riverside Drive,
where such noted New Yorkers as Judge
McLean of the Supremo Court, R. Dudley
Wlnthrop, nonry C. Headleston, E. Wlllard
Roby, J. Danforth Bush. Col. Hilton, E. Kt
Austin and William Cad man used to con
The club (s little changed since those
early days, for the management left noth
ing to bo desired. Among the present
day officers are found most ot the early.
, enthusiasts. William Codmaa, John F
Collins and W. N. Ln Cato aro president,
vioe-presldent and treasurer. The secre
tary Is E. K. Austin: the bench show com
alttee la made up of the three chief officers'
F. J. Frown. II. W. licals and Henry W.
Coons, chairman, who was indentifled In
the early stages of the game with the
splendid home bred Linda Stone.
James Mortimer, who was one of the
original five to be selected an "official
Judges," will judge at the show which wilt
be held at tho New Grand Central Palace
on election day.
It was In 1890 that several fanciers who
were Interested especially In the English
bull met at the bench show of the New
England Kennel Club of Boston and, with
H. D.' Kendall in the van, decided to Join
forces for the purpose of encouraging
the thoughtful and careful breeding of
the old English bulldog In America, to
perpetuate tho purity of the strain, to lm-
prove the quality or the native stock and
to remove the unjust prejudice that existed
In the public mind against a most admirable
and deserving breed of dog. It was the
conviction of these gentlemen that the
well bred old English bulldog was one of
the most docile, affectionate and com
panionable of dogs; far from being a vicious
brute, as was inferred by tho uninformed
and Ignorant, and that his speclnl me rite
were his perfect adaptability to tho con
finements of city Ufe, his quiet and dignified
demeanor and his loving nature.
But to return to the year 1801. The new
club nude a successful exhibit at New
York in connection with the Westminster
Kennel Club show, where thirty members
were enrolled. The standard, as laid down
' by the English Bulldog Club, prevailed at
tM beginning, but as the form of expression
and arrangement waa not as forceful,
concise and convenient as possible. Mr,
.Matthews compiled a new standard and
presented the subject to the club members
at their second annual meeting. Although
the changes were all quite Immaterial, the
matter was looked upon with disfavor
and the suggestion to depart from the
orthodoxy of old England was discounte
Never before in the history of the club
has there been swell an entry of world
beaters as la found In the lists for tho coming
show. The numbers are not so g rest
only ninety-two dogs and 108. entrle but
the quality of these gladiators of the show
ring baa cut the bulldog world on the qui
vive. To whom will Mr. Mortimer hand
the winner's badge? To Baron Beaming or
not to Baron Beaming, that Is the question.
The Bnron needs Just those four nolnts to
fomnlete his American chamDionshlD. and
he has .been in this country only a few
months. 1 hat he Is a grand clog no one can
deny, and he has been practically Invincible.
Arroiui the nonri hp won hundreds of nrlzeM '
including a first class championship at the
most important shows. The Baron, by
royal prerogative, will head the lnwall
team, which will comprise the following
winners: Culford President, Derby Nina,
h well known English winner: Halttown
Nvlvta. sister to the late Chamulon Kock
rfiffe Sensation, ami Champion Florence
Hhunda, winner or the cup at the West
minster show last season, for the best bitch
of sll breed.
t!haniuion Hewlett Kino- Orrv la another
likely candidate that is heavily backed, for
election day will decide other importunt
matters than who will be the next to sit
in the Presidential chair. King Orry once
aeieaiea ine imperial naron ueanung ana
lt la mlffhtr tirmid of it. This van At thn
Ambler show, under A. M. Halle, and he
won his championship in the winners class.
The King das been a consistent winner, his
most notable victory In this country being
at Lynn last spring, where Charles Hopton
awarded him the cup for the best of either
sex In the show. Mrs. C. M. Hamilton Is the
owner of King Orry and he is campaigned
by George Brock.
Deodora Monarch is an English champion
which Robert Loblian brought out at the
recent Isllp show. Ills career In his father
land made him a most formidable adversary
nnd he signalized his dAbut by winning
under John Horrax. The meeting of this
Monarch with such popular ones as the
Baron, the President und the King will
prove most interesting.
The fair sex also Is well represented.
Foremost among the ladles of the court Is
the English champion Princess Merlow,
owned by Harry Rushton ot the Woodcraft
Kennels. Tho Princess was purchased by
Mr. Rushton as an unknown and started
her sensational winning in in 1 1 at the Mon
mouth County Kennel Club show under
Charles Woods. Not only has Merlow de
feated every one of the best of the American
brads, but nearly all ot the Imported ones
have had to take a-back seat as well She
completed her championship in about six
months and now Is well on the second lap.
She is by champion St. Vincent and Dundee
Ambition. Her record Includes winners at
all of the big shows and countless trophies.
Including the Hewlett Kennels challenge
trophy. Her record is one that no other
American bred has ever equalled and very
few imported dogs have anything near It.
The Princess never has been defeated by
an American bred and has defeated nearly
every dog or bitch In America.
Among those which William Drew will
now are tlaby Deslys and Old Square
Sellna. Uaby is not in the class with the
Princess, being a lightweight, but she Is an
adorable creature, and If not of the royalty
la a great favorite of the rulers. These
dainty dames will be shown with Blackjack
and Buttons 11. from the same kennels,
Others who will make things interesting
on election day are Bayardo, an Imported
winner ot the Rodney Stone blood, which
now Is the property of James Conway,
and it Is whispered that Charles Hopton
baa one up his sleove which ho will produce
at the critical moment. The debutante
is called Rodney Squire and he is a most
imposing looking brtndle, Kith perfect white
markings, lie is by Moston Squire, a well
..Known imported winner, and Alimer Bess,
a granddaughter of Mr. lioptou'sold cham
pion Woodcote Hermit.
It is a regrettable fact that William Howe
of Chicago cannot show his recent importa
tions. 'Ihey did not arrive early enough
to be eoif"'i. 'Ihey ure champion Wood
cna lliuddlus, which bent all the cham
pions last month in the North of England,
and champion l!h nolinm I'urniini. Kluiu.
rally all of the enthusiasts are anxious to
hm.uib uow aspirants lor American honors
iindoubtedly xomo lit tin hearts In little
bulldog breasts ure beating fast at the
i nought oi i no coming contest und the ur
rlval ol new favorltos would make the
burden still harder to bear with equanimity,
Whichever wins they all aro adorable, iimi
van- fancier will Join in the cry of "Lou
gevlty to the LiujIIhIi mnuarchl"
Dixie Wood lias New Master.
uixie wooa, an Kngllsh setter owned
i.w VI' a . . . . .
v . 'i ui'u ui wruuiwLMiu, nag just
BU Will iu mia,
THEY WILL STRIVE FOR SUPREMACY IN BIG ELECTION DAY SHOW
Bayardo, owned by James Conway.
Above, Deodora Monarch, owned by
Mr. C. M. Hamilton.
GANG OF DOG THIEVES HAS
OWNERS IN FEAR FOR PETS
Two Returned After Paying of
950 Hansom At Least One
Other Now Gone.
Champion Cottage Broudoak ."untile, a
Pike, which for sevcrnl years was the
favored darling of the Cottage Kennels,
was sold a short time ago by her owner,
Mrs. C. K. McCain, to Mrs. Hunter of
Pelham Manor. On October 18 Sannle
disappeared as completely as though she
had been spirited away. Her former mis
tress and her present one joined forces
and liberal rewards were offered via of
the dallies and the real dog papers but
all In vain, annle refused to come back.
Just a week after tiannle disappeared
Mrs. Day of Larchmont called upon Mrs.
McCain to report the disappearance of
her valuable Pike. Mrs. Day offered C0
reward and no questions oaked, and her
doc waa returned by a young Greek
within twelve hours. Mrs.-Day imme
diately advised Mrs. Hunter to change
her advertisements from "liberal reward"
to "ISO and no questions asked." This
waa on Saturday, and at 12 o'clock Sun
day night Mrs. Hunter was called by
phone. The message was "Come at once
and alone and you can have your dog
back for G0." The address given was
406 West Thirty-sixth street, and Mrs.
Hunter waa en route by 12:30 o'clock.
When she reached the house the dog
was handed out of the door. Mrs. Hunter
recognized her darling and handed over
the ISO and took Hannle home.
What are things coming to when dogs
are picked up and held or ransom In
such a bold manner? Mrs. Day had a.'
clue to her dog. Inasmuch ns he waa
seen being carried away by, a young man
who was leading a handsome Kngllsh
bulldog. Lost Sunday Mrs. Guggenheim
sent word to Mrs. McCain to be on tho
lookout for one of her valuable poodlea
which had Just disappeared. It Is safe
to bet that J50 will locate him In short
There eeems to be a gang working from
Mamaroneck to New York, and something
must be dorte by the dog ownein or the
authorities, or there Is no telling where
It will end. The question Is. What Is the
proper course to pursue? When Sannlo
disappeared the detectives were put on
her trnll but failed to get any trace of
her. It seems to be a case for the ama
teur Sherlock Holmes.
"KEEP DOING IT BETTEB."
Motto of Haltdos- Breeders Belag
Followed In St Show.
"Keen doing It better" Is the motto of
the Bulldog Breeders Association and It
the members did not obey tne injunction u
is not the fault of the indefatigable secre
tary, Abram D. Gillette. The sixth mem
bers show will be held at Murray Hill
Lyceum on January 18. The bench show
committee comprises tho following: J. A.
Buchanan. K. II. Berendsohn and Messrs.
flusdaJe. Drew. Rushton, Belxas and Hal-
Mr. Gillette saya: "We will want your
entry when wo aro ready for It, but Just
now we want speelals, and If you have
nnthlnr to show und do not care to offer a
prize you can atill be useful. Don't forget
the man who may pay to come In If he
hears about the show."
Specials or the promise of them should
Kj. ..nt to ur. hi. ii. rjerenusonn. ut
Berkeley place. Brooklyn. The assocla
tlon offers Its tropmes ai nil snows wnere
thev mlaht add to the Interest and In
crease the entry. Three of the trophies
have been won outright and only five are
left for competition. The donor of a
trophy may make the conditions In the
deed of gift. Trophies offered for com
petition among doss bred In the United
States will be particularly acceptable, as
they more nearly conform to tho purpose
for which the association was founded.
The Judge at the coming show will be
the choice of the members. The list has
been molted and Includes such popular
fanciers as E. K. Austin. C. O. Hopton,
Arnold Lawson, Alison Lederer. Vinton P,
Breeze, Abram Gillette, Walter Qurnre,
Jr., J. E. Horrax, J,' Cooper Mott and II.
FIVE NEW LITTLE JAPS BORN.
Mrs Chadmylan Kxolt Over Mtter
of Vans mill I'lty Htnic,
Mrs. A. M. Chadwylan, owner of tho
Oriental Kennels, has had an addition to
her family In the shape of Ave beautiful
Japanese babies, (the says that four of
them belong to Yama and one belongs to
Pity Sing, but Oriental Otoko says that If
a father lias any rights in this advanced
age they all belong to him. Yuma's four
babies are evenly divided, two boys and
two girls, and all are exact llkenessea of
their mamma, black and white. I'lty Sing
also Is a black and white Jap and her
young daughter too Is ot the blano ot nolr
Mrs, Chadwylan had hoped ardently
that Bonie of thn babies might resemble
their papa, which Is u wonderful nrangu
and white; but she Is quite ns enl littilnntlr.
over them now as she possibly could havu
been had they been born little orange
men. The fond owner nays that they give
promise of being the finest lot aho ever
Princess Merlow, owned by ITarry
from the lnwall Kennels. The latter
Mrs. William Drew Is shown In the
plons: I .eft fo right, lluttonsll., Gaby
Old Square Sellna.
GIVES IDEA OF FRENCH BULLS.
Tamer Says He Should He Flrat
of All Bulldog.
In making her Judge's report on French
bulldogs benched at the Kennel Club Show
In tho Crystal Palace, London, Mrs. Mary
Wlnthrop Turner prefaced tho awards with
the following statement:
"Beforo going over my awards I wish to
place beforo the members of tho Trench
Bulldog Club my conception of what tho
French bull should be. 1 claim, and I am
supported. I think, by- the majority of
breeders, that a bulldog, French or English,
should first of all be n bulldog. We do not
want the extreme typo, with tremendous
spread, twisted front legs, and with an
exaggerated under law showing the tusks
curling up to the noso. but If w o do not, stick
to the bulldog as a type we will have a lot
of terrier bodies, dog's high on the leg, light
of bone, flat of rib, inshouldered, froggy
faceiiand soft expression. What wo wunt
Is a mnall. compact dog with a well finished
face, deep stop and semblance of furrow
along forehead, with a low, wide, thickset
body, without loose elbows, however, but
with buldog shoulders. These properties
harmoniously proportioned, with ijunlity
and finish, produce the kind that U difficult
to get and hard to, breed. "
WHERE TO CATCH FLOUNDERS.
Directory of Jamaica Hay anil Other
If one wants to know where to catch
fall flounders hero Is a directory for Ju
inalca Bay and other nearby plHcts:
Jamaica Hay Qooso Creek (above Pound's
old house), the Haunt. Droad Channel, Uracil
Channel. Honk Creek, Silver Hole, Has
sard's (.'reek, Little anil Tile Flahkllls, Pump
kls I'atcli. Haker's Hole. Jlrtonn, Yankee
Channel. Hog's Hack, Irish or Deep Creek,
Island Channel, Roger's Iiraln, Shell Heap,
Bend. Howard's. Hume Har, lllack Wall,
Old Mill Creek. Illg Channel. Ilockaway In
let, Urassy IMy. The pot. Little Hay. Middle
nap. His Pot. Mud Creek, Canarnl. nig
l'ol Channel, Hell Hate rot, Ilericeii Uracil,
Irl.li Channel and Hhad Creek.
Other place Oyster Hay, I'lty Island,
Highland! of Neverslnk, Whltentono Land
ing. Port Washington, lllen Head, Woods
burg Hay, Uaychester, Cos Cob, Polham Hay.
Coney Island Creek, (Iruvesend 11 o v. Har
ncgat Hay. College Point, New lloehille,
(Long Hearh, ittfaslde, Hockunay IJeach,
Bchmelk Island and West Drain, Hheepshead
Hay, north side of Long Island. Flushing
Bay, Uowery Hay, New York Hay. Htaten
Island bays, Shrewsbury Hiker, Khark Hlver,
fltaten Island, sound oil Hewaren, Hurltan
Bay, mouth of Itarltan niver. Sandy Hook
Hay, Unlonport. Oreat Kills, Throg's Neck,
Wreck Lead. Ilemnslrad Hay I south side).
Echo Hay, Woodmere, Hea CHIT, Hiker's
Island, Long Ueach, Sand's Point, Flat
lands Hay, lllfronl's, Hart's Island, Oreat
Aouth Bay, Newark Hay, Itossvllle, Fresh
Kills. Ilockaway Inlet, Port Jertereon. Hlch
mond Vallsy, Huckleberry Island, David's
Island, Hollraore, Matlncock Point oml
As to bait, hooks, rig and tide, here is
the story In a paragraph ;
Unit Sandworm, hard clam, soft clam,
horse mussel, skimmer, bloodworm. Hooka
6 to 8 Sproat, 9 to 12 Chestertown (long
shank), 6 to 8 Klrby-Llmerlck. Rig
Hooks should be tied clone to heavy tlnltcr.
If two hooks ure used they should be ad
justed to radiate In opposite directions
from the line. If three hooks uro Used they
should be rigged to form a triangle. Tlrto
First and last of the ebb and flood,
Flounders do not bite nt night.
Corbett Kxpects to Be Well Noon.
PhiladkU'HIA, Nov. i, James J, Cor
bett. former heavyweight champion boxer
of the world, has ho fur recovered from
his recent operation for appendicitis that
ho expects to be nut taking walks within
u. week or so, The physicians now urn
visiting htm only once each duy nnd his
strength rupldly Is returning. Tlmy say
It was Corbett's Iron constitution nml
pluck that pulled him through the crisis.
After Ilnslness Come I'lensnre.
Tho Long Island Kcmiiil Club wilt hold
a meeting In tlm clubroom In Ilrooklyn,
November 12. After tlm business In dis
posed of there will ho lliu usual show,
open to ull.
ri m nIioit lii .Innjimr),
Thn annual specialty hliuw of tlm l'uiu.
erunlan Club will bu held at Him Waldorf-Astoria
January 10, For Informa
tion, addresa Charles a. Ilopton, 3 Stone
street. New York.
Rushton (left) and Baron Iienmlng,
Is the favorite to win the biff prize.
central picture with four of her dinm-
Deslys and Blackjack. At her feet Is
SHOW LAUNCHES DISCUSSION
Consensus Is Thnt Breeding for
Bench Is Beneficial in
IjOMiun. Oct. 33. Tho Kennel Club's
fifty-seventh annual dog show at the Crystal
l'alaco lias been un unprecedented success.
The fox terrier, Sealoyham terrier, mastiff,
greyhound, drifTon Ilruxellois. Bamoyeile
and Dandle Dinmont terrier were more
numerous than last year. Japanese span
iels, for tho first time since theit intro
duction, were entirely absent. Among the
terrier breeds tho West Highland white
terriers were the most popular. Alto
gether fifty-lour different breeds were
bunched, compared with the twenty-nine
breeds represented lit the first Kennel Club
show, which wat held at the Alexandra
l'alace In 1873. Opinions differ as to
whether these big shows have Improved
the dog race. Ilulldog9, for instance,
which thirty years ago were of nlert and
wicked expression, active in body and
with big heads and undorjaws, are to-day
much clo.tcr to the ground, more delicate
and slow In their movements. Tho old
expression has bceu lost entirely giving
place to a grotetiun Chinese mask of folds
of flesh and countless wrinkles. In short
they ure no longer natural animals und
nave lost all the qualities for which they were
onou fumoufl.or, to Heak more accurately,
they seem to have forgotten them, for the
fighting spirit is still there, though dor
mant. On tho other hand, it must bo ad
mitted thoy have becomo uulto excellent
pots for women and children.
llreedlng tor 'shows hun also wrought n
chnnge lu tho collie, and It Is one which
iituny deplore. In the primitive state, he
was an oriuunental dog, but Ills points havo
been so deliberately emphasized of late
veurs that from his former condition of
being n hundxumn workman h has pusnd
to being nothing but n guy dandy. Ills
oars are neater, his cout Is finer, his head
Is longer; but. si range to say, he had a bigger
brulupun of old. With the (ox terrier too
a change has been mado, nnd thu short
legged little beast which used to holt roxes
has now u high and stilted walk but here
again there Is tho consoling thought that
Inability to perform old duties Is no draw
back in the house,
'1 lie consaiiBiis of opinion Is, however,
that, except In the case of some snorting
Hogs, lireetllng lor I lie bench has been a
irood thing. The, caro taken In breeding
Is continued afterward, so that mange,
rickets, uiuTinln and other diseases ure far
less froriuent than they used to be. What,
It is felt, tho controllers of big shows should
avoid Is making a fetish of anyone particular
point In n dog mid breeding for that and I hat
alone. This fault has hemi the cause of thn
decadence of those species which have at
tracted too largo a share of fashionable
Club Lnnehron Before Show. 1
lOven the most exacting could find no
fault with the entry lists for the specialty
show of the Airedale Terrier Club, which
will bn held at Mm ray Hill Lyceum next
Saturday. An Innlvatlon Is thn club lunch,
eon, which will be served between 1 and
2 o'clock. This will bn un "open itvent"
ami will not bn confined to the delecta
tion of club mcmbciH alone. Thu prlcn
will b $1 a cover and teservatlons may
bo sent to Theodore Offeriuiin, G03 Killtiin
Stork Visits Iluchsliiiuil,
Mrs. (', II, Lester, owner of tlm ninck
loft Kennels, iiunouiireH that her dear
little dachshund champion Oceana .In
gcrslUHt lias twins, both of them hoys,
On nf tlm youngHti'is Is black nnd tan
nnd Hi" other Is u sweet chocolate, Thn
father Is the Imported champion Heppel
Toy Spaniel Kntrlea Open,
Tlm Irnlll niiminl show of tint Toy
Hpuiili'l ('lull nf AmeiliM will he held n't
I ho 'aliloif-As'inla lloceiulior tl mid 7.
Kntrlea will clnsii NiivemlsT 21 with Wn.
ter II. Johnson, 38 ICast Twenll-thlrd
Hewlett King Orry, owned by Mrs.
C. M. Hamilton. Above. Florence
MORE WORLDS TO CONQUER.
WinpaiBF Delight Goea to PaciSc
Coast Others Ileplaee Her.
Wampagne Delight, a beauteous Bos
ton belonging to Mrs. John W. Mlnturn,
has gono to conquer other worlds on tho
Pacific coast. Her new home will be In the
kennels of Mrs. Montgomery In Seattle.
Delight, not very big, Is a shining exam
ple of that old adago about good goods
and small packages, and the price was
well up In tho four figures.
Mrs. Mlnturn has a new one called
nockcllffc Playboy, which will make his
debut at the Boston specialty show to bo
held nt Horticultural Hall November 13
After December 1 Inmates of the Itock
cllffe kennels may be nddressed nt East
Norwich, Conn., for that Is where their
new home, now near completion, Is sit
uated. Pekinese Kvent In
The specialty show of the Pekinese
Club will be held at the Plaza, December
l.. I-or Information address Charles O.
Hopton. 2 Stone street. New York.
Ch. Hewlett King Orry
Property of C M. HAMILTON
Best Balanced Bulldog in America
Stud Fee, $25,00
For parllcslars apply
GEO. BROCK, Hewlett, L. I.
Kngllsh Toy Spaniels, all colors;
Hlenhelm and Huby. Beautiful
puppies aad prlie winners for
.mas: mane our selection and
ne win ariiver wncn yoa wish; l
large selection to choose from,
mm i:ai ism at., riatbusb, qrook
111. AVI. Ultl riAIUUBIl,
ISKPAL KKMNKLS-rOCliKK HPAMELH.
At stud to approved bitches only: Partl-colored.
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The Judre (1077R): moo. Nepal's Hollo 2nd
itmi); ISO.OO. Telegraph and Impress address.
Great Harrington, Mass. P. O. address. New
saariooro, ucmtmre to., Mass, new YorK ad'
dress, I loom 10 tu Broadway.
CjKacklank hoarding and breeoi.no
ar.snuA wsaininii, n. 1.
Phone 34S. C. W. lo,h. Wa-r
IDDAL HOME FOR DOGS, cool In summer and
heated by hot water In winter. Everything pot.
sioie uone xor ineir romrori ana nappiness. ci
of females la season. In whelp and rearing ol
puppies a specialty. References. Knjliih hull-
uog puppies tor aaie.
rAHKrTAT PKr STOCK CO,
At stud, liourbon I'eau, the best pup gettlat
son of Itlngmaster; Dllso Delmar, Jr., Kyeorlfhi
and LltUe lilllls Burke, the best Boston terriers
In the city: fees, 110 each; brood bitches and puss
of all breeds for sale always. M Cathedral Park
way. iei. jwz mversiae.
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experience, hlihest references: la minutes from
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AT NTl'U-NKSSUANK PHINCE. Amer.
lea's handsomest Prince Charles, 1M; Nessbank
Hilly. King Charles, lis; Nessbank Bob, Blenheim,
SIS. Only our breeding for tale. .NES3UA.NK
sranr.i.i, 2to . laum street.
TOO-I.K OF TODIHNfSTON,
PeklngcM) Winner at Itumson and Isllp.
At atud: fee JSuuu.
Mrs. Mark rishrl, S0 Tth Ave., .V. V.
Hewlett, Long Island. Phono XI5J Cedarhurat.
BOSTON. French bulla, Pomeranian
also full grown, pedigreed stock.
it.iiA.ui;. 23o w. win st
Phone 4573, Col.
me ccieDraicu m m cnaniDion huiidor a
stud: fee for the nresent. 12& nn. iinhen lhhan
240amlthNi.,. Newark, N, J, Phone ISII-J Market.
JKSHtr. TAHBOX BKAI.ft,
It W Hrd St,
Puppies and Drown .Slock for Sale.
AIIIKDALK puppies from rnamplon pedlgres
slock: person desiring high class specimens only
ucvu aiii) i.. 1. 1 v tiiBuvicw av., gamaica,
Boston Terriers. . house raised grown and
young sloes. I'cuixrreu ana rriisterea. ror sale,
uraugo iMossoiii itcnncis, Liaa numiuer Ave
11CHSI n, n, rf.
lAPAMP.Si: NI'ANII'.IJt-Mra Unnhardl. 40
fiiuriu c, iiitHisiyn, nan sniu an or less'
puppies, but has sotnu beautiful dugs; one fine
lUAir, uinnr rti sum
four monlliH old
registered fhainulnn stock
llrimucrl, West Mill .11
.lAI'ANK.sr. MrANiriJ fur sale. Otoko and
aiinnuo nt sum ii.nniiuTjiau. n i.iarHsou Ae.
rinuiusii, iniMiuiyii. u-'fl i iainiisii.
DACHSHUND at slud-Ch.
tetisteln. lll.AritTOH' KI'.NNKI
N. J. Tel 6S2'- r.nglrwnnd
NCll niiiiw I AN IM II. twenty years si.
firnrore: uois uuaiuea ana ouauiuoaea.
UUIIUAN. Monsey, N. Y.
Secure valuable book free, ciayion'a Dog Hem.
tiles, :mi Biiiadway. Til. JWI Riverside.
DR. IIIACKIII'RN, CANINI" MI'KCIAI.INT.
Boarding sanatorium; nlihl-ilsy rails. 1SI7 1'ark
aye. J'lioiie SHJI Harlem. I'llnle. 1 lo 4.
I'tiMCIIANIA.Vj, lirimma ;uul other toys
hoarded and for sale. Miss 111 dun. Bogota, N. J
BENCH SHOW IIANUl.l'.li; Uoga boarded and
conditioned. Write for terms. ALP OELMONT.
is keeping healthful hundreds of thousands of homes and
will do as much for your
XSL XI 3ST 3ST 3D Xj M
Diluted and sprinkled around it instantly causes that
absence of odor which is indicative of v
OLEIAM' XjX ICXISa
Sold everywhere la quartbollles by druggists and high-class grocers. Wrtteforllluitrated booklet
to Henry B. Piatt. 42 Cliff Street. New York.
Our Christmas Booklet
A work of art that tells in picture and text of the Scottish!
Deerhound, the ideal dog for
ready for the mails the second
or copy to
The Closeburn Kennels
The Leading Breeders of Scottish Deerhounds
West Caldwell, N. J.
The Drew Bulldogs
Buttons II, light weight
Black Jack, heavy weight
Fees $20.00 Each
My kennels are also the home of
the celebrated matrons URby
- Deslys and Old Square
the dam of Gaby Deslys, also
Young Stock of My Own Breed
ing For Sale,
W. T. DREW
634 So. Seventh Ave., MuVcrnon, N.Y.
Shelter Island Heights. I I.. N. Y.
Famous French Bulldog at stud.
Ch Hunts rteaiiest. Pnurouol Pas and Charle-
marne of Amersham; Fee, US each.
Ch Le Roe 11, Mllnshaw Boulau Parceque (by
Ch Ponrauol Paal and Salvalatlll's Sons. Dar
Sinister and Nemesis; Fee, $35 each.
nilcnes shipped from new cngiana via ooai
leaving New London 1 P. M. reach Shelter Island
P. U.; Bitches shipped from New York In the
mornlBg retch Kennel same night. Expreassge
paid one wty.
Anton Rudolph, Manager,
Telepboa Shelter Island.
THE HEAVY-WEIGHT BULLDOG
(A. If. C. S. B. ISaiM.)
At Stud FmIIS.OO
340 E. 41 at StrMt Nw York City.
FOR SALE Forward Maine tic Dot. En til ah
bull bitch, white, by the worst famoua Ch. Hock
cliff Magnet ex. Bream ore Hydegrade: one year
eight months old: guaranteed breeder: shortest
Dae a nitcn auve; price, if.uu. cagar rrowa
Oreat Neck. L. I.
TRONfirrF.I.D JIMMY, dark brtndle bull.
dog. at atud: fee (19.00: best ton ot late ch. Lord
inanoeuor, woom oe greatly rcaemoies. t .
SKIXAS. ts Strong pi.. Brooklyn: tel. lias Hamil
HANDSOME Enillsh bulldor. IS months old.
for sale: cheap: owner leaving town. LOK1ETZ.
1318 Kings Highway (Brighton Beach Unci,
AT STUD BARON BEAMING.
Knrllsh bulldor. Fee CS.OO: IS lbs.: white
culford president; ree 05,00: u ids.;
INWALL KENNELS. Mllford. Penna.
HULLDOO PUPPIES, very well bred: cheao
to private homes. Otto Stauder, Norrls are. and
itemsen si., Jamaica, l. i.
BtlLLDOO Moston Saulre at stud: orodueea
wooacnui puppies, tubuni
'S, 874 Monroe at.
FRENCH BULL for sale: hlrhlv nedlrraed.
E.NGELUliECllT. tM Costal St., BrooUyo.
FOE SALE 1 Boston Irrrier DUDDlea: S weeks
via; pcaigrcc. oov casi at.
FROWD'B BULLDOG BARNESS-Ruaran.
teed to Improve the shoulders of your dog and to.
leach him to aland and alk wide. Ifenttnn
velcht and age of dor when ordering. Price.
ts.00. HUOAK l-ROWD, Ureal Neck. U I.
CHINA KENNELS o!Ter their entlra stock
oi mows, i-omcranians ana iTHiarvse lor sals.
Ths beat of each of these breeds.
.mils. Arasiey, n. y. rnono.317 w ,
l'KKINUKSIS STUD IKJ(5S. brood bitches aad J
roung stock ror sale to make room: see wtnnlnrs. I
nu-i.i.uA.i Ktnnr.w, moo Jerome av N. y..
city, iei. ipw i remont. xiumar piomoerg. Mgr.
IRI8I1 TERRIERS) FOR SALK.
A few high class terrlera to be disposed ot at
very reasonable prloea. For particulars apply
BLABNBY KBNNKI. Oonvcnt. N. J.
Belgian and Gersnaa Police Degs, the best
kno n for protection: the police record of our dogs
Is wonderful. Puppies for sale. WINTKK
V1F.W KBNNBIJI. IS 34th at.. Uuttenberg, N. J.
MIMATUiti: I'omeraulans. all rolorj, at stud
and for sale. High class toys boarded and con
ditions!. Mrs. It. F. MAYIIP.W. New Hyde F'arli.
Ing Island. . Phone. 47R. Floral Park.
cllOWb and Halmauans, pups, grown
dogs and the lradln
Ss and the leading champions, on eiulbltlon
for sale. WINDHOLMB KENNELS, Isp
BUVIONS II.. dark brlndle Knsllth bulldog;
great prise winner: sirs of large litters: fee uo.
W. T. DHKW. J So. 1th sr.. Mount Vernon. N.Y.
Tel. ira-ll Mount Vemon.
AIIITOCIIATlC dogs for srlstocratlo people:
nothing cheap, but good value guaranteed;
Amerlca'a most eitenslve eshlbltor. S40 Weal
42nd street. Telephone, 4M4 Brysnt.
DACUSHUNDE AT STUD,
All well-known champions: youni and old
always on hand. SOUTH 3110 KK KBNNEi
uay onorc. new lora.
AIREDALES 8 KIBO KENNELS
Champion hrsd puppies and grown stock lor sale.
BiklyaHNEYr owner."" Morgan Avenu
lK)(iM UOAHDEU. conditioned and handled,
all breeds. Hobert Irv ine, Hattoo Kennels. Hemp
stead, N. Y, Telephone.
WANTED Young Irish terrier dog puppy of
IPS Sun office.
jww iiarvicuiars. tv., ooz
AIREDALES make the best pals and waton.
KENNELS, Point Pleaaant. Nsw Jersey.
FBhlN Krl.NMXS-l'sklngess for sale, all ages
aad colors, few Toy boarders taken. M. II, Col
ton. M. I)., Mlneola, I. 1. 1'el, inio L Garden Cltv.
JAPANKSK SPANIELS for sale. ClfONKIIlA
atrs. vv. v.. UKNNin, jjoi Beverly lid..
..JPY. French Bulls at stud, all winners, p
POFFKT. MS W. Jilh. City.
Ifllt WALK Cocker Spaniel pups from prixe
winning parents Zimmerman, isa Mth sl lliiln.
New York Sun
Enclosed find 2c. stamp,
free of charge.
Thee blanks may be had In lots of one hundred with kennel and o ner's name and address
printed tn red. blua oehlaek Ink far at. so. delivered hv mill snwhw. i. a., iliiui auu.
i'oetage added to foreign counulsa, Check
the country estate, will bel
week in November. Write, I
Scottish Dili-hounds it Stud
Chimpioi Hiathir Kill, Fn, $101
NJirick if Ahhttsfir., . Fai, $109j
.Heather King Is the most consistent Amerind
winner of the day, while Abbnitaford. Imported
this week, la an Uigllsh Champion. aad the pres.
ent holder of the thirty guinea challenge cup.
.Our Christmas Booklet, ready for dtatrlbuttog
Nov. 1st, treats Interestingly nt the country rem
tleman'n Ideal dog and Is a beautiful sample ol
the printer's art. Write for It now.
West Caldwell. N. J.
English Toy and Japanese
Spaniels and Pomeranians
of my own breeding. Dogs
Ixiugnt before the holidays
will be oared for and de
livered when desired wlth
MY TYPr oul cnarge.
MISS I. WAREHAM
aS West th Street. New Terk. Tslsthaat.
OAK HILL KENNELS
IVe alwava bars dors ta sbas maA for nL
rtoth aeses. All rjotora. IM and pfiejMSl Vi
only Dreea rrom ine oest, so taal is all we caa
offer you. Come and see what we bay ass it
you can i come wnw. coneapaaoeaee i
pleasure. - .
TsLOsslalag.tlS. Bills naes Mlailag. If.T
Jb Dog Diseases
AND HOW TO FEED
Mailed free to any addresa by the author.
U. CLAY CLOVER. D.VJI, 110 W. SIM St.
For engagsments apply to
SHERWOOD TOY DOG BUREAU
107 W, 37th St. Phone IMSGreelM
Does, Cats, Birds BOARDED
IDfcAL PLACE IDEAL. MANAGEMENT!
siaasese, Maaz, Abysslalaa, rersiaa all ties
Send for our neaiiiltul Illustrated eataloni
The BUck Short Hatred Cattery
ORADKLL. N. J.
Leading Terrier Kennels of America.
Airedales. Irish, West HtgtiUnd While aull
Fox terriers of show winning quality for sale all
all times. For full particulars write to St Fernl
st.. Newark. N. J.
Omar, the Japanese Spaniel, reports the ar,J
rival of a fitter of his puppies at his kennels. Ill
Is a promising lot of youngsters that villi be suS-l
clrntly mature to leave their mother in lime fil
ChH! i presents. Omar st siud, Mrs. s. II a
ueumurua i rounn Ave., iiroosiyn. rnone.
WATLAND BOAnniNO KI'.NNKLS.
Dogs boarded nnd conditioned.
All breeds for sale.
Ardslcy Farm. ArJslry, N. V.
Phone, S17W Dobbs Ferry
NOWATA PEKINGESE AT STUD
Ch. Nnwata 14ln-chl SM.MI
nowaia u-enee Kim i
Nowata Chang 1M.N I
.-vowaia janr (unner a ids.i.
NOWATA FAIIM. Huntington. 1 I.
lltt. A1REDALK FARM KENNELS.
Sstina Valltr. N. Y. It
The largest collection ef registered Airedales 11 1
the country. Satisfaction suaranteed. IfwecanU
please you nobody fan.
visiinrs always weicow g
I-OUKHANIANS Young stock, all colors. tB
asnun n ee unver ana Atnton (Jiocoiate Danas
the Interaatlonal wtoners. FAIHFAX KENNELI
5717 Ocean av.. Shctpshead Bay. Tel. & Codw
HKVKltAL Utter, beautifully narked, pane
colored Cocker Spaniel puppies. Prlta wlnnlaf
sju; icmsirs. Also cngi'ss
greyhounds, puppies and grown stock.
tsuaa nt.iBt.iJ, uernaraiviue
CHAHPION t?OTTAGE NUGGET at stud: I
feotisno. That Bleohetm aires the beat. Admlrsll
Togo. Jananess spaniel, at stud: fas iisoo. Cs-1
trally located: prlie stock always for sale. M1S9I
i. nrtnr.ii aw, za w. Mm su. new York.
Allit:UALr:s Chs. l-niicc of sora ana Tlnteiil
rd Evanston, 111.
kennel n.iin annw HI
AT ALBANY. N. Y.
January lfl-17. 1013
MO.N'KY PRI7.KS TWO-DAY SHOW I
nvjii or juiiuca
HESURVE YOUH ENTRIES
FRANK F. DOLE
SaoerlntrndeBt aad SrersKajrv
as EAST S3D STREET New York Oil J
I'.leciinn Day. The Bulldog Club of Amtrlf
Nsw (Irani Central Palace. Lexington av. anOI
id I h at. I.lsven A. M. to oil P. M.
FREE OF CHARGE!
Please send five pedigree blanks
or money order mutt accoaBasp i