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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
1 : hern, Inn H1(. sttiT competition provided
by Mnli on Wilkes i. i i, wiiii,.,..
M. Ilii'uMiiii 1 1 in I lieotlietciitricswiis
ii I i fi i-fti. i,. ,t i.i'
llobrtl t, oriel hiiwill. who shows
under I In mum. of ili,, in.,,,.,...... vi ..
"'" ' onsiautliie urntinil the mil!
, II. Monro
Wins Kii Mine
I i x ision.
Mcinri. ilrhrn l,v (ii-nrr,e lilpcuic, tlilr.l. I
,-, hi, in nu imif. i, )'nrH, mincil In i
i niunn. r utiipir urivrit i.y i luirli' llmlm- 1
filUllll, I'.lmllll.I IJII.rn, (ll in, Iti't lunula, 1
,.i.ir- .imiiillij Mrs i- ivi ll I'lili r. ilrltm
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I'l.n- H- Horn", mil lj ti.iri.1- 1 lnh j ml
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liri.ni , ri.iKP. I'llII llfll.i', 1100, Ki.rnnil
PiUr I . tlilr.l prli. !5 rirm, lluunii i
rdMI'.S IM.KASK rilll.DHK.N
in Uoshon iiml Monroe. ' In. Judges
... w,iiii..-u in,, inrm ij (,, lonsllllltlne,
mill .Mr. lioclet s irirmlH were greatly
pleased when Ii,. cntrn.l ir the blue.
I Mil fed Weill to Mulil. ii Ullk.s, whip.
.rladht) look tin- yellow i ..i! Idw.iid M.
; lu-arncy s Annual Muiil I n, while.
I lillilirit Mum si. III.
i Tln iiiMitii.Ki i.lii or i.u. ii.iv ..... ii. .i
which called for , hll,lroii'n nonies not
V VoM Takes fii. i -N ( I i ii k ' hands inches, lo lie ridden
.. .V . 1,1 I y 'vs and Kirls under u vc.us of aire
111101' MOHOI'S lilt Pl'lllie- l.iltlo Miss (Iruee llul had ii IroulM...
ill!: Kill It
Promptly lit 2 o'clock voMerdav after
tiooti the bugler tool; up his old Htatid
in the cent of Madison Senate Harden,
and the lesponse or fourteen oiii of flf
torti entered in the novice class lor liar-nc-s
horses indicated that keen compe
tition and ninny competitors might Ikj
expected to le the rule of the show
time vs it Ii Murreit t. mull. hlnoU
in, ire, t li.it ierni;.leil ill going up lo t It
centre of till ting to luicriicu the judge. ,
. i m iioiine in many xe.irs under tin a;;,
limit. Inn h, vi,.(,., her wlnp on ni
iufructioim onv with mk Ii t,,n . ih.it
Ituth whinnied in (tW.inre ;
'"Tf wa anothir tliverxion when
.Mailer Willilim IIcikIi hip Marled to'
"'like u little faMer pace on lut roan mar,., !
lattin renilirokc I lux iiioiim.mI a i.Iciiii;
Hiurit in Herkley giiicn. which I., on'
menu; lapH around the coiir. ,w if
I prize depended on im.pccd
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An international llavor w.m i;ivc to ! ,i, . .V,, .,Y. ' ' i. .7'. V.. ' , ,.'n",'' , 1
the e.vhtlution did not pleup tin jndui .
who piomptly plucul llerklev ijt. eu
"II tin l ourtli avenue nide, and dewil-il
their iitteutioii to tlie other.
.lumen Donley, .lr . wan the proud
piiMHOHsor of the blue, with (he wnv mate
Irinh Hose. Miihter I'.. V I'hlldri too,,
the ted on i liolimi I,. I'lyiin n hkeululd
mare inlet )othj. ohiimI liv Mh
Dorothy M. Klynn. ,i ililnl nn',1 Mi
Norvell Munfonrn Dandy, fourth.
the competition liv tho appearance of
ltykon. hay Keldilic. boilKht by William
11 Moore in KtiKl.ind hint Hummer and
Inter hIiowii at th Olympi.i exhibition
in Umdou ltykon took onlv third place
in hin chKiy al umd and ih railbirdii
nere rurioiin to e how he would fare
with the performern on the hummer cir
cuit who were making their i!rt attempt
to land ii national wiiincrn
lu addition to ltykon ,hicle Moore
(.howed tiaebiirn, niiotlier bay mdUitiK,
which appeared little if any inferior to
the horse selected to carry Air Moore'n.
hope in the international event
Anions those to oppose these wa n
ftylish looking brown mare named .Sal ire
n . i.i n,i tin ii iiulic. :, Miir.
i.l iltllm hy W. M,ir, srruil.l.
I, in, I i liniuW In, Iiiii, Vint,
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,111 Ml til tlnirxe I'lllpi'tlll"!.. fninlli, .
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o, tl. litehc", i,.ir ma er oirr.
i.i i,iii,i in.iiinpr ,nnl l.i hnn In
tin' ililitpt I" ri pilp, $80, upr
l". 1 tilt I pun., t-0 I'lml,
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, -kpiv ni . 42 iii, hi.-. II warn. nnil
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nn, .villi; i.jril'ii, i.iK , ll nnnl.
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mm, I mill iiriipii Iii I'lurlt I!
i .iinli. , ir. in,l, .mil ll lll.i, luilh lilk
i 'in h., ,1 ii,.it. i.i iiil ! Oh.illt-
i. .irlini I) .1 Si.iji
llnfHO. fnpr M li.tn,l 2 Inrhc
i m'.hiIihc l in P.. iiiilc"! by Ihrlr
tn.iiiiipt .mil uiii:ii iu..iriv w Ik til
rlilim I 'urn Hi will Tiki,
The I'hippn family obtained the l.iniel
in the polo pony clus with the inier
nationalist Moonlight and Cobweb
Howard l'hiip. after iiiluiv! the forniei
to victory for John S. I'hipps, inmiiii.sl
hml'obweb and took the ted iibbou it'i
him I'hiitl and fourth went to Ifobt-tl .1
( oilier witli Polly and limpet. Imth ridih n
X Carpets IJph olstcry
'-' j MAIL ORDERS cirefaiitnS p.Dfnptiv fiH'edr --
sent on bv .1. .Sumner Draper uf Milton
l.. .,!,,.. 1-. .. . n 1.-..I , ..... ' " i OOK
... - ............ ... ,. , , ,-u.voll(1 vearand Mr. PhipusolU'i. .1 . .
.i repreienteii oy r.indora I sell her for iVA. lie lefn.. sn.i I ,ii
ton. X .1
Queen, a frequent winner lor her at l.otin
Hranrh. Sea Clirt and other siiimiier shows.
Itr. Ilnorc tli-hlnil ItyUim.
Mr Moore handled Itvlion hiinsvlf,
while Itaelmrn wa entrusted to Oeorwe
I hlpch.ise Hoth showed class and plenty
of action, so to the casual observer theie
wa little to choose between their manner
of coin? and Pandora Queen. After a
few turn around the track there wa
home surprise when .1 Campbell Thomp
son, who wu driving 11. It. P.emsen's.
i ole Xestledowu'. Performer, wa po
aiely informed that he mtRht leave the
This did not leave the Coles stable
unrepresented when the live best were
lined up on the Madison avenue end of
the rint;. A few more turn of the track
nnd Judce Moore drove out of the rini;
with the blue ribbon pinned to ltykon'
wa pleased that he kept lulu In (.;ani
uai ion. ii iitiiior
Mi Mona Dunn, the eiRht-ve.u-,1,1
yoimr; lady who hrotmht twelve liote
from Ktmlatld lor the show, was rewiirdi!
on her very iirst attempt m the cla-s tor
ladicH' sadde hones over l,"i hand nn tie.
The Kimlisli mius showedliev Mist, which
wa ridden by Mis I.. I,. I'leiin.uin A
I man of beautiful coit-ormatioii she wa.
not qiilte opial to the lak or beatiliK
tiodfrey I'reece'H old favonte Panama,
who, excellently hatidli-d bv Mi. I!,atr
Webb, too'c the blue riblioli 111 a Heel of
ten with Cirev Mist next. The iiuah.v of
thi youtiK lady's horses iiiipresil'lhe
jjidne o niiic'i that thev j. .r
tlolden Amber third and .imr loiitn.
The siirpriMt of lliu cI.ih h-us tha' Misi
H. T Atteibuty Kildare. a lten-n;
winner in the summer, got the irate.
The tirst swtion of the tremtndiiopen
jumpinc class coiichuleil the iifternoon 1
peiformanceand the itnmeservtil to show
the eflicieney of the IIoll.mil oftirers in the
siddle. Thirty-nine of them were sent
The ml also foil to his share with I h"' ' Vr Vn,. ' , 'u "". T.. """i !?.".
Haeburn, while Satire wa placed third ! were few bad uiinner in the lm but V w
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DR. LEDERLE PLEADS FOR
and Pandora Queen had to be content
with the white ribbon
Pair of Shetland ponie. which had to
be recistered and not to ewed forty-six
inclus, scampered into the rinr, next,
led by Miss Helen Starre't's Keith and
.Starrett'rt Huth These black mullets
made the olhur ponies look almost a big
us cobs, by comprion. They had a
pretty little mincing gait, but by no
means tho dash of the colored viir driven
by Mis Dorothy Voit for her father.
John (J. Voict of (ireen Vally, N. .1.
One of these, Arnold, was u chestnut
stallion, but being recently clipped he
looked to b almost nT a tiKiiis" ilor.
The other. Minni- Wricbt. v.(is ,i dayzling
skewbald mare Wit'i the eipiion of
thew' two mir the other t.-ain weie
driven by men who looked str. ngeiy out of
placo behind uie ponies thin appeared not
much larger than a Hi llernard
3IIm A'olKt firls Illiif,
Mis V'oigt more than held her own
with the more experienced drivers and
carried off the bluo. (Jeorgo A. Heyl of
Washington, HI , supplied the second pair
with King liarigo and Pearl, while C. K
Runn of Peoria, III , added to the collec
tion of ribbons by taking the yellow with
tho black stallion Grandee and black mare
Kancette. The white went to another
black pair of the same, owner, Orandee
Tho prepondefinco of saddler at the
summer show. wa so notienablo that
there was no surprise when soventeon
nf the twenty entorod in the clu for
horss over 14 hand 2 inches and not
exceeding 15 hand 2 inche entorod
the ring. This class served to introduce
the first of the onicor.s who are destined
to be a leading feature of the show,
ft Col. P A. Kenna, V. C. D. S. O., Kngland,
rode his gray tnare Cherie, and not to l
outdone tho United .Suites had an entry
In the luiy gelding Oildoroy, ridden by
Capt. Conrad S. Hahcock of the United
Cherie, a good looking mnre gave a very
Kid exhibition tit tho canterand romuineil
tfinding on the discard side ho long that
Col. Kenna dismounted and waited
patiently for his honorable discharge
from tho ring. Cpt. Ilabcock fared little
better, but he rode his horso out to tho
Olil l ilTorllr Mret.
There waH the greatest interest In the
class ns several old favorites met, bU (Idlers
th.it have only coiiw into fa mo in tho
piesent season. Of the sovonteen h!x
were ridden by equestriennes, and it
was notable that the fair horsewomen,
carried off both tho first and second
Xulal, the old favorite that has been
but seldom shown this your, was by far
tint best of thg collection at the trot, but
I ,r all around won; Mij Atterbury's
nestnut mare Patricii. which has only
u.kI to lower her colors to Hosabel in the
simimer shown, proved u grand all around
This mare has lmprovid bo much since
her first appearance that it is doubtful
nw if even Hosabel will Haiti a de
( ision over her when they meet in the
i Limpionshlp. Mlt-s Margaret U. Ito'iss
rode her Merry Countess, which is better
i-nown in the show world as May Mill ion,
i. ml put tho mare through her puces witli
( it a fault. Miss Murjorio llubbs rode
Hintusy and was ono of those selected to
(i A.nt the final decision, as was h'Ctnii Uirl,
ridden by Miss l.nttra Stanley.
Vim Mildred Strauss on Ideal and Miss
Idith Logan on Cadbury were tho other
"ornen riders. Zulal was tho first sepa
iii'ed from the main bouv by tho judges
r.Ml asked to stand asidn wlille tho otlier
btvlish ones were picked out,,
liven Ju (! I'uxxleil.
Patricia und Merry Counti-wi soon fol
lewisi and It was evident that the judge
wen piuzled over the merits of this hand
s, mo trio. Them was iippluiiso when
I'.nriclu pranced out of tho ring wearing
", blue, with Merry Countess udorntsl
h the red nnd Zulal the yellow, rho
whi'o went to Preference, a bay gelding
owned by Miss Klliibeth Kolb of aennun
tcMii, Pa . and ridden by D. A. Seeley.
When tlm novlco roudstern appeared
there was considerable curiosity lo see
hew flail Constantino, tho chestnut mure
"mi uas noen raceu. uy uoueri. ijhuh.-j. i , K,
'O'.heii, would faro in tho show ring, hhe hy
fcU a tryout at Xu.edo and did very well 1 1 ,
I.. -111.1111111 of Baltimore bad the crnet; one
of the lot in Aristocrut
W'fil seiirrx In I'.t.-iilim.
A clas for dealer oi-ned the eveiuni?
programme while the societv put run
were piling into the garden It was for
s'lddle horses not under I, hand and
the We-t scored a distinctive trititnpli
over their brethren competitors of the
The Dude, a bay gelding, driven bv
O 1' Stephens of Cleveland. Ohio, re
ceived a blue over W A. MKlibbon's
chestnut. Divinity Hoth dealers rode
their own horse but the conformation
of the Westerner oflset all the skill Mr.
Mcfiibbon was able to show in the saddle
I. M Sewgut-s i otnpanv MorningCilnrv
received ih,. yellow while t I.. Itailev
curried ot? the while witli hi Will Starlet
There was intense interest m the follow -ing
ela-s which introduced to the public
William H Moore' Hountif-.tl. a liv -
yi.'ar-old Imv mare, that swept throuiili
.in, I in,,
lo in- -lump ai ualk. net uml cjiitpr I lrt
pri.:,., loo. ,., oii.l irlxe. tot'. Ihlnl print-,
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trtliurx -I'oml, Mi.ri ('uui.n. b in, IS
It (nil. s.ir. ertiiril hikI rlililpn liy Ml-
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liiniil 1 ipvlif. ; ..jr. cm rieil b Ml. I'UIrn
v Kiupp. rlliton i, .lnliii V Ht'itii. fmtritt,
f. i. in ... I. k , 15 li.ni, I t Inch, c pr.
"in-,l In M, lllit.ibiih Kolb. rlitilm by
I A Hr ley.
'iu i7 lturp tint nnilpr 1t hand oppn
i ilr.llrt ntil) . ti, hr jilils.il hi lll.'lr quit-
iti.itini.rn ,it, , I j)lllr tu .iirry wrldln. to
i." lim n nt j fi,.,.. up, i, mili, iinirn trnt
Hill ,,,i.i ,nti-r. I'IfmI nilv., Stilil ki uml
i'-.p. CO. ihlnl prl.' j:i I'lm:, The Piule. 1
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''1.1, H3 I.Jlp, iilillp horp. Olpr 1
aii.u : Inrlin. four- p.tr -.nil or ,i rr tip e
, .'ryhiir 'JImi ponnil in.mnpr in i nun ..0 I
p. r .put. tu hi- ritjilsn bv ludb on fih'
-tall.. Flim prlip. 1100 ftiontl prl.v I .'
"ili I prlr.p. J:-. rirt. I.iniiiii:i. rli c 10 .
It ii' )pjr. nwned hi (lotlfrpy Prppcr I
rl Id. n by JII- Bfjicr Wi bb. cenind, drey
Mi- Kr e, till luintl i v,sr. nwnpil by.
Ml- Motu Dunn rlrtd. n by .Ml I. I.. I
K.p tin iiiii. tlilrd. ilnldcn Atnbpr Ii . IC
li.i,,,. 5 ar niinfil bi Ml .Mnni Dunn.!
rl, " liy Ml Vat. Wi-ik fnuttli. Munrl.
n k Ii. Ji.i.i.l. i; .Tr. ownptt I.y Ml-
.M,.in "unn. il.hli n liv Ml H It iniiipn
, ' , !, n icp cl.i . hnr-p. i-xTppilinn lr.
' ii. I- J Incite in be .t!i,liit! I, their iiu.illti
tiiifi. m and .ibltlt in i .irry welictit lo b.
b..in lit a frr. nppn u.ilK. in-u-ire 4 rot und
inter. l'irt prla. 110't i.p,ind prlzp
lilt.t prlxp ti.', Klti Nlikel Plate. r
hind t! Inrhp. sie.it. mi tied nnd rld-
t n ,i .Mlsn (I 1) AUirburs. M-rnnil. Hlltirlio.
1 1 " . 11 hand, i. m ir- owned bv Ml-
M , , Dunn. :ldtpl b J .1 VandPfmet
ir i Sirik.r. ih i: . 1 hand 3 Inrhe.
. - tii,itPtl ttv Ml Mona Dunn, ritldon bi
i - ni Van Poreii. fnurih Sir lleri'ule. b
it hand- year. .. ned b lliigpne
i..ei .lr. riti.lpn by S ll Winn
(' m 3 Noilee 'lu horpp. 3 ear obi
,,t ,vr. conf .rmatlon. ubtappe. itU' of
Kiilnr. tnannit. .tciton. Ii 1 1 1 1 n fc and nhoelni?
v. i ' i be i nnldereil Klri iirtze, noo eroud
ii i. l;o. i-111 r I prize, is; Klrt. (ini ("on
i: nt In. . ,h tn , IT. bund 2 Inch, S Year
o.iiietl t,i (llenttipre stable, drlien liy Hubert
it'iile -.entitl. Malilnn W'llKe. eti r. 1
hand :m inilie. 6 -ear, own-.! in wiitutn Commissioner Idurle of the Health
M ItotTniann, driven til T .1 ( otpllo . tl , .... i .. ,i i. ..
tl lr.1. Aru tup. I. m. 1-. hand t Inch. 7 Department sent a letter to the 1-inatiee
, r oane.i and driven b Thorn l'oner. , Committee of the Hoard of Aldermen
r,!,,rb yesterday reJuting the criticism of Dr
ii John r tia'v Abraham Korn made before a meeting
l(ili:s l-NDKI! XATiDI.K ((f ,). Aldermen on Itidav when thecitv's
,n.;,'n..V'-?e?u,,;n,;'''.,i;:ir tor nn was p for eonsidera.io..-.
t.r obi or opr. lo be ridden by bo or Commis-ioner I.ederle urged the Alder"
cV,;e..,C'l;.pn"pdb,,:Johnr": mp1.o- mi'" not to n.t out the np,,ropriatio..s
man: first nliie, iso. npiond valu. til. for tho various aevivitie of the Hoard of
ttti:VKtii. f.Kirpa;.!roM'n!',ra'nd Z"n Health, which Dr Korn. on behalf of the
by J.itne l)oolp. Jr . pronil, Violet, itk tn United Stute Held Ftate Owrner Aso
II hand 1 Inch until, nwnrd by Thorns I. :,:., ,..i. n,,,,,, t,, ,n The fViniiniu.
Ilvnn. rldd.n by Ma.trr B. I' I'lilltl. third, cult loll, asked tliein lo (lo 1 ne I oinuil
l)on). -.-r in. 1: hand 1 Inch, S yar sioner slid the acttvitie were iruixirtant
mined bv Dornlhv M I'lynn. ridden bv M-, , ,,r,,,.w.ii,,if the mltilie he'lltll the tlr1
tr Mathll Tru.ituni. fourth. l)and br 111 prolictmg the punne neaiiii, 111' ursi
s i hand J nn P. I warn ontinl Iii Ml in the lit Is-ing the ihvi-lon of child
. '.. .Munfr,l rlilil, tt bi Master John 'jyjj
i . in. -I'on.i. up currylnr :oo ' The work or tin, bureau, he ,ii,, was
pi.u'i.l- adireil .for manner- handlriere Hnd . ... .... ... ., ,,...1 ..... ..r.l...
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Niimvits tin" Criticisms of
Korn it into Before the
ACTIVITIES OF THE BOARD
Wlin t the Division of Child lly
riene Hns Done to Save
th ()l miii.i ela-s.... from no to rli.iin-
tuonanit tuoiicht to Aiiicrn
, t ,
.1... l.i'l". . . ' 'I
mi uiMn'M 1 1 -nlin
111 tin Iiii.ihI I ttiiu .ird
I tlHtlili 3
honor- lor h.irni animal
flotintirul is an r.uslWi iniii., ami in
i-pite of the fact that a virion- in London
tnii Ic her prai'tically a world'. rhain
pinn thi class in wliich t-ho howl last
niKht was a novice one All. had to con
nilt tlrs' nlai'i to Mr Moore's importa
tion, hut tlirre wan a urand battle for the
otli.-r rilihonH which kept tlm judKe.s
Inn y for the ureater part of uti hour.
I ritliis Into IVnce.
In tryint; litem out Philip I.inviuKston's
CiraiiKelt ira-hed into the fenii on the
Twenty evemh sireet wdn lie htartled
the r.p-i t.Horr. and hpliiiteriKl the fence
but a ki'ooiii was at hi- head in a moment,
when the onlv casualty was a swift ciit
from the ruii which "he wa- coiiim11ik
'I he interest centred in the attempt
of Hector, a trotting bred stallion by
Moke, to bn'ak into hiuh class harues,
circles. As n trotter this hor.-e was known
an .Nuymur, but as sold to the Avondule I ;n"i "
Inrm of .tosenh W I bit riinun iaiiIi .t,.. . icurlll. !.'
idea of takiim ihe iwilin away Irom the
champion X11I11 Hector sliownl vcrv
Kreen last nlKht and will have to improve
very much before he threatens Mr liarri
man'rt Iouk staiiclinn champion
It wuh a Io;ik tinui before the jud;'t
could oliminatti iiumy of the cont nders
and they received trial ulter trial, one by
one fulhllK by the wayside. Ouu of u,
luxt to b hent out befoul the ribbons
were awarded was Vt . P Kearney s Iri
utnph, u Montreal horse which i-coied
decisively at tho la-t Hnx.kton show.
Triumph had tho most impre-sivo kneu
action and went with lire and dash
throughout. Tlio deliberations of the
iudsen cuncltided bv their snlittim- .Imlee
!.Ioore's two entrieH, Hountitiil, of course,
taltlnK the Jirat, with J. "Sumner I.r.iper'H
.MiiiDus placed neconil over Northern
Prince, .lanies MnLean'H Wildtlre re
ceived (he highly commended ribbon.
Sri'iiml Illur for Ml Atterlmry.
t Mms Atterbury wcured hnr second blue
in tho saddle clasH horses exceediliR 15
hands '2 inches with a llushy looking
Kray fieldinK, Nickel Plate. Mi- Atter
bury purchased this horse in Kentucky
especially for the show and there was no
doubt of" tho Uerlority of the Kray over
the Held of twcnty-clht which made up
Ihe larKest saddly class of the day Miss
.Mona Putin took secpnd anil third with
.Sunrise and Striker, the latter beini; rid
den by I -lout Van Oonien of HelKiuin
ICilKelm Meyer, Jr.'rt, Sir Hercules wus
loll tt Ii
A picturesque class was that for militia
mounts, open to tho members of militias
of any .Statu. The riders appeared in
full dress unironn, and as many regi
ments and IroopH were represented the
varied apparel nave a martial appear
ance to tlio ritiK. They were required
to no through iminy manoeuvres tind
fihifhed up by jumpltiK the brush fence.
Major rrank II. llarrett's artillery, a
winner nt (llympia, wus entered, but his
owner hnd the mount on l,oxihi;ton
entered ill the name of tlm Kirst He(i
ment I'lold Artillery. Tho satiio reKimetit
also had .SnratoKu in the cotnMtitioii,
which sliowcd o well that ho took tho
blue, in tho bunds or Hirt V. Murviu.
Major llowurd ctuno hIoiik, I'irst fuvulry
N. (I N, V wiih second wilh 'I'loopor
und Alden S, lllodRett. third with Justice.
Major Hurrett landed Lexington in fourth
iiohhks in iiahm:s.-i
(Matii 42 llorai'N, 14,2 litimln uml not fx
rpiMHrik' 16 It novlco c lu to Uf utiintn to
MpI'roprUte fhlclf . confornmllon. iio'tllty,
t lr. itll rounil action, khh1 intimifr t
count. Klrat lirlre. $100, firioinl prUc, 7 A
third prUr, lifi. Tlrnt, won hy Jtykon. h.
.tinorti tfcunn, iiuruurii
A3 UtiUUK i
thlnl pm. Klrt. Mnonltrh'
I 'i lutnU. 11 izr. iwnfl hy John
rMutMi h How arl Thlpp urcon't
tT - 9 yfr. ovnrMl unit rlihlrn hv
I'htppx third. t'oll. br tn . M
t Ini he, oa m hv Itohert .1 c'ol-
ri'tii- n .1 i rnU- , fourth. Hrl-tpi .
11 hand 3 Inch. aKftl, imiifd by
rt J Collier, rtddt-n by J. " Ooolcv
At t UTI A MUt NTS
" m 11 1 Mail ton, mar1 or i elding',
1 "i to tC haml hlKh undue Wed To br
r id Urn by intmber of the mlMtU of Any
Stutf, !tt full dr- unlfonti. t-qulppid with
Mihrtv. brldi and dddlfM to rfituWtlon
fijolp merit. The hor-- lo bv pructjt ally
Mound To be jihown ut a wulk. trot. rjntiT
and Kllup, turn on th fonhind, ih.inn
Urfil at ennter. pai"jK l'tk readily. Mund
title ot-iriB nioiintrd. Jim takt tiruhd
try Wire fii hlKrt Tlie luT'ex t Jiae
li-in otttn-J at !hm lx inontlin t ineintM r
of orjcitntzutlon of th- inllHIi hforr the
i lot t hk nf ni rl und to have bei n it
retruUrly In ilrllli -tertiad to bv mminand
Iiir ufflrt-r of urKHiiltat !t(ti. 1'iMt ptlz-, nip,
i j1u- I t')i'. iond prize, i up, rtl ue Ji ,
ililnl pri?e, nip $!-1 imi. f .1 r h -
ioH r h k 1- lund. lnr)irf, (, ari,
n i bj I'lrxl HeKlniftH Klrhi ArttltT.
N il N . ridden t SMrm. K Marvlc.
rm oi I, Tnmpr, br k. l hand. year.
.ml ridden by MiiJor Howard K
liMwn I "i - -1 iaulry n ci V V . Third,
J UMtlt e. o n . 1 j hand l1, Inchex, J jfd,
I rlddt-n by Alden S Itladcttt
liiKton, b p . 1 ti hand, U yearf,
hy I'lrt lUAlment PleM Artillery.
., rhUn by AKJor Krank H iut-
HI'NTHHS AMJ .U'MPKKH
l im 136 .luntplntc Ijj. terforintt
tt$ f n e onlv to loum Klrtt prz J.'iKt
e ..nd pi le, flOO . third jrti $i' I'lrt,
I. d Mil. to, h. k, IC hnnd, niced. owned U
'Hpt IV T llfldtlen rldiln by V rarlwrr .
up-fond. Hp , br. k . H hand, ag d, ow nt d
uml riti.lrn by 1,1ft) t ' 11 I.abJin h.-r.,
Ituy.il Holljnd Huiar third, Urradnoiiitht
Ii c )( handi 1 Im-h, utrt'tl, ow neil bv Lleui
i' II I.ab nn'here, ridden hy Jlenrv Ih-ll
f.itth J.ndvhke, h m ! JiHtnltt l Imli. (.
..rt owm-d by rrnw & .Murray ildden
(,'. I.I.'Ul llj'f
AT VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS.
Wiirm Huimlilur nml Mnrnliiit run
(ert n llir l.nivn,
Hot SpiiimiS, "h , Nov id .Sir Cdwanl
0. -Iit of Toronto eainn to-day to spend u
fnrtnhtlit with his sou and (luiiKhter-iii-kiw.
.Mr and Mrt. V.. V Osier lie joined m
iinclieoii pii'tv" itlven at I'Mssiferii Knrni
h Col mih I Mrs. William (i. .McDonald,
also of Toruniu Tlm unests were MIhh
1. thel IVrley. d,iiiKli,ter of tieorKH II Per
ley of the t'.iiiiitlluti Cabinet. .Mr. uml .Mrs.
ll A tlcler. Cniiiiiliell MacDoniilil, Wuller
Sternlierifer and l.lmif. Frank Itroivu of
Caiiilirlilxe. Ciiul'iii d.
.Mr nml .Mrs I;. II Itockiifellow of Nen
Vork were Kiiests of It 11. Coy lo-duy ut a
rmslfern linn lieon. The others ener
Uiued wore -Mr. nml Mri. II. W Hull II I,,
(inint ami T i; Hurler .Mi and Mrs
A Ii ITiiiniDsini hnd Mr mid Mrs. p. i
Itlek'i'l ith tlieui ut I il ii i' I I l.eie, afteriMiid
drliinir biWk hv vuv of .Moiiutefn (iroiu
I.Hiirn (irnvm'H Sonic Iteellul.
l.aur.t tlrnves, a iiiezio HOprano, Kave u
ho iii; lecltal jestenluy afleinoiiii In Aeiillan
Hall, Her litonniiiiiiiH wus one of lilu'li
it in hi t ion mid betokcneil a devotion to Hue
Ideals, (She sunn important souks by
KrhuliKrl, Si'hiiiiiunn, llriilirns, Hiiparo,
DehimNy, l.unlion Itiiiiald, HiiIIhIi. Ddltli
Klinonds und .Mury Turner S.ilter .Muk
(Haves sninr tiKist o her sonus with under.
staiiiliiu,', Inn lierart Has fieiiieiiy mnried
hy vicimis tonal production. Her climutes
ol quality seemed cnptlcioiis iiulier tlimi
Fur Ihr 'IVIrurniilirra Alii Soeli.
Tlie iintiuiil etilertuliiiiient nml reeeplioii
of the New Vork Telemapliern Aid Soclely
will luku lilme at the bexluuloii Opeia
House, Kill v-i'lKhth si i i i t ami Third
avenue. Miiiiliiitlati, on Tuesday evenliut.
Noveinhcr in, An excellent prowrainnie
has been selected, whleh comprises iiiuiiy
acts ami skctchiM by perfonners rroui
IiIl'Ii clann Miiuleville tlieatres,
IIIhIiiiii .tlellniiiiell lo Oltlelnle,
lllshop .McDonnell of llrooklyn ulll oftlrl
Bte this alternoon nt Hie liiylnir of the (or
lierslpiie ol the limlli liiillilinu nf 1 1. cuil-
)Cira, vnuid by WUIUu a. eili ul lit, Joseph ut Ureutwoyd, L. 1,
THE NEW MUSIC HALL.
Tlie liiilirrl llnvr II it 1 1 1 n nrnullfal
Tlu-nlre for Wrlier nml Klrlils.
When Weber and Kields decided to
settle on Hro.ulwuy yearn ap,o thoy took a
music hall wliich had not leen mionwdul,
enUrRed mid improviil it and there en
joyed the years of huccomx wliich made
them famous nil throup.li the country
Then they parted List sprltiR they
.line toRether for the teaion at the
Hroiidwav Theat re. The public response
siiowed tho desire to see these two men
together, and the Slmlx,rtn luiv.. ntnnul '
nt their dispasal the new mimic hall on
Forty-fourth street west of Hroadwny.
It is very- different from the modest
establishment near Thirtieth street In
which the two made their Hroadway
beRinuitiKs. The tlieatro seaUi in all
about 1,700. Or these nearly (too are on
tho main lloor There Is a lounge at the
rear of these seats in the para't and
wide promenade on tho mezzanine and
balcony lloors. There am a rathskeller
nnd a cafe in the basement, but these
departments will not be open on Thurs
day The domiiiatiiiK colors of the
interior decoratiojns of the theatre are
cream and K"ld The curtain is of red
plush and the carpets are red. They
were rurnished hy Himbel Bros . the
curtain by Altman and the Interior
decorations by Ixird A- Taylor. W. A.
Swasey was the architect of the theatre.
One novel feature of the lighting is that
th wires are hung from the celling and
the liiihts placed in huge bowls, bo that
the light is thrown up instead of down,
citv. where the plivsiriaus mid nurses i ' "' i"-viiuiib any i;ian in mo eyes oi
go'into houNs and teach mothers how to i H'" W-ee'utors This isjsaid to Ih. the
care lor their babies so that thev may ,lr,t "r this metluxl of illumination,
have a chance of living School inspection, i 't Hiuully happens that the dressing
he wrote, hud done much to better con- i'otus of the i stars of a company are com-
iijoiiiiius ami complete as they are In the
new Welier and Fields music'liall, but it
is not always true that the chorus rooms
tu e only one (light up The proscenium i
urch is m rt wide and 3d feet high, with
HI r...t trolil ..nil ... ..-..II 1 .. . 1.11
1 ' V "i ... .ii .tun a uiiuirou
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES.
50 Tailor Suits, from our Regular Stock -various
materials and models.
Regularly $31.50 and S37.50.
SO DrCSSeS, consisting of Serge and Charmeuse -Smart,
simple models, attractively trimmed.
Regularly $32.50.-and $37.50.
40 Evening GoatS of French Broadcloth,
satin lined; also Satin Coats, Marabout trimmed.
Regularly $32,50 and $42.50.
50 Motor GoatS of Double Faced Woolens
brown, navy, Oxford.
Regularly $32.50 and $37.50.
Remaining Stock of Paris Model Gowns,
Wraps and Suits Also Reproductions
at Prices to Effect an Immediate Clearance.
(lltlons, as the.i assemblies of children
mid been iciitres of ilispomination of con
tagious diseases In Hhi.1 over f)7,iii
children were excluded from the Kiiools
on account of contagious diseases of tho
eye and skin In ltd I only 3,:M1 children
w'ere eM'luded, as Hie thorough work of
Ihe Hoard of Health had helped to stamp
nut til.. ilih..jiK..s T lie children im nro vis!
: 1 1 01. .....1 ,.ul ;.. .!,.. I "
...1- .1 "V.! ! mills l.lttle I'nlU lleelHrlnic He
EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING OF
Superior Grade Furs
DYED SKUNK, Regularly $i5.oo-$to.oo 10.00
DYED SKUNK, ' Regularly Si6.oo-$j8.oo 12.00
POINTED MANCHURIAN, Regularly $jo.oo-$22.oo 15.50
BLACK MANCHURIAN, Regularly $t6.oo-$io.oo 11.50
( Regularly $21.50 $28.00 16.50
Regularly $12.50 $10.00 8.00
Regularly $9.00 $9,00 6.00
Regularly $35.00135.00 25.00
Regularly $21.50 S40.00 16.50
Regularly $35.00-848.00 25.00
Regularly $48.00 $65.00 37.50
70 feet above the stage.
MAYOR LUNN RELEASED.
The mfunts' milk htations have been
located in those parts of the city where
the birth rate and the infant death rate
ne I'll) for I'nl.r
I.itti.i: I'AI.I.S. .V. v.,
I in prl.o mil,. n,
Nov. 10 -.Mayor
are tlie highest Thev nmeal to those (lenrgt It. I.unu of Schenectady, nfter
mothers w ho are nimble to provide proper
milk for their babies The death rate
of the babies under this treatment was
in ltd I It)'.' in 1,1100 babies, as opposed
to r.'O er l.irnu of babies of the same age
in the citv at large During lftl'J th. re
were 31.3lil babies under the care of llfty-
fie stations, with a death rate of 1.3 per
spending last night In the Herkimer
county Jail after hi conviction of vio
lating a local ordinance, was leleased
on ball late this afternoon pending an
Hppe.il. He left for Schenectady this
eienlng. charging the Utile Kails au
thorities with malicious uersecutlon.
i.uud names, as opposed 111,11 ueain i.iie anil saying that he would sue the clt
sunfrMatt iK.rjrirrr lr fr ,B,prir-
sponsible for this line showing, Hie Com- ,n" " for his release pending
inissioner told the Mdeimen. ' decision 011 the appeal was lived nt
This is a better showing than any large , I00. and u bund in that amount, signed
city in this country has made t 'urtiiiling , by .Mayor i.unu pciwnully and hy At
thlsworkwoukltalieiiwayfrotiitliousands ,,.,.,. HMnini ,,,, . ()f , ,
of mothers the only hope they have of .,..-,..... .... ,,, ,.,, l'
keeping their babies alive and would re-1 "" ")"! 1 V , ,mi"-
suit inn i-riMt increase of iufiint mortality. I Al " 0 c'(;k this afternoon the textile
"Dr horn's reference to tho station s 'k'is came out with a new-stunt
Full Length Fur Coats
BLACK PONY COATS, Regularly $60.00 and $75.00 48.00
BLENDED MARMOT, Regularly $115.00
NATURAL PONY, Regularly $no.oo to $135.00
Regularly $275.00 to $57Soo
Regularly $265.00 to $310.00
Regularly $400.00 $450.00
75.00 to H5.00
225.00 o 475.00
225.00 to 270.00
at Mount Morris Park is in no way ap
plicable to the Health Department's
stations," the I'ommissioner said. "The
station at Mount Morris Park is not con
ducted bv the Department ;of Health
The stations of the Department of Heulth
do not sell milk by the glass, nor among
the people unending them can them be
found anv corresponding to the women
mentioned by Dr. Korn. Diis fact can be
easily verilied by tiny one who cares lo
visit the stations any morning
"Tile division of communicable dls
eases, which was also criticised, cares for
the consumptive poor in their homes.
Its clinio physicians supply advice and
medicine free at the clinics and at the
patients' homes. lis nurses work in thei
homes of tlie poor
"'Ihe plea to abolish entirely the su
pervision of milk in the citv ol New Vork
by the Health Department does not
uppear to me to require serious considera
tion, " lie wrote.
He answered tlie criticism that Ihe fowl
supplied lo the patients at the Ollsville
Hanitarium and the other hospitals is
1 III.. 1 ..I ..II
il 1011 Klllfll It tUUIIl. I'T n.i. 111 111111 'ill 1 1 , ,
.1... .... VI I.. l.i I..- , .....I II I'D
111' 101111 wus nullum i' IUUII..I 1 uiiu 11
proper food cannot be given to the pa
tients, then the number of patients will
have lo be reduced.
Tho Commissioner ended his letter
In conclusion, I Iick to state that the esti
mates' of the Department of Health for the
uppioprliitloiis necessary lo carry on Its
oik (luring IIICI weie prepiited iillh Ihe
greatest care, and were Dually submitted
lo the HoiiiiI of ('.stimuli niter extended
consideration of the ueids unci carelill
(oinpnrlsou of the cpeii(lltures of the lust
two years. These estimates were subjected
to unusually 1 lose scrutiny hy I he commit lee
nf the Hoard of l.tlmnte, and ete consid
ered at a In iirlng hleh occupied an entire
day and evening cry many of our re
iiui'sls ivere disallowed us a lesult of tills
ciiiiHiileiallon, and suhseiiueiilly the lloutil
of r.sllmale in reducing the entire budget
111. 11I e further cuts in the Department nf
Heulth itltpi njirliil lulls uhlih they had
tentatively decided to allow. I believe
Ihut lurlher reductions in Hie appropria
tions for the Department of Health would
he detrimental lo the public heulth Interest
nf I lie ell y, and I respectfully ut gel hut your
committee unci your honorable botird ap
prove of the budget of this depart mem In
Hie Inrm In iihlch ll as transmitted by
the Hoard of Estimate aud Apporliouuieut.
their dally demonstrations. About 400'
strong, they had u parade through the'
principal .streets. Across the bieast
of each inurcher was n paper badge, on
which was printed: "Don't be a scab."
The strikers sang as they marched,
each nationality slnxlng In Its own
THE MARGULIES TRIO.
liy Heel lie veil, "n 1 11 l-se lla
III until nt Flrat Concri"l.
The Adele Margillles Tlio gave Hie first
of Its annual series of conceits al Aeolian
Hull lust evening. This organiulioii has
for eight yeurs dune honorable labor In
the good cause of chamber mush lis
Ideals have been lofty and its uclileveiiu-iils
pliilseniiiiliy. m 111111I1' progress In
puhlle favor, and It is not eusylo Interest
huge iiiiiiibers of people In the liio forms.
Doubtless Hie uieiiilieis leap llirlr rewind
I in eiigiigeui nis outside of New Vork und
pilvate lieiiiiugs At any rate thev
deserve repayment for their seriousness
of purpose ami the sincerity of their study
ol' the works which they olTer.
Last evening's programme comprised
three iiumhprs, lleelhoven's evergreen trio
III It lint, opus '.17 .Suilit-Silelis's soliHtH, in
I) minor for piano und violin and Dvorak's
Uiiiirtet In K Hut. opus S7, for pluno und
strings. This was 1111 ecelenty arranged
progiauuni, aflordliig 11 plensunt viuiety.
.Mss.Muruullisaiiil herasKiieiutes fri(iienlly
pav triliuie lo Dvorak, uml in this they do
well because of association with Hie con
servatory ol which he wus for a lime the
Tin performance of the lleethoven trio
brought out the best iiuulllies or Hie organ
isation. 'I he, .ensemble has a line una
nimity lo commend It uml Miss .Murgulles's
piano playing ought In fiirnMi Valuable
lessons o xiung pianists us to what cham
ber music piuuo puiying should he Tin
two oilier members of Ihe Irlo, Leopold
i.lclileiiherg. violinist, und l.eo Scliul,
'cellist, 11 re H101 011 gh art Isis. in the Dvorak
miliihtr lust ei'enlnit the players of the ti lo
had the uld of Jonrf Kovarlk, violist,
'I'lic W11II Stirct e-Jltlnii nf Tiik I'vhNiso ,suji
rmiLilns lilt Pie llnnnrlil news Anil the simt; mut
liiniil iiir.lAl)iiii 10 Hit- ilii-i of Ihe nuirl'.d, Tlm
rleMng (i ailntliiiis, Im fjillug the "14(1 nml nuked"
pi Ico, wilh lulitltliuinl news mutter, lire ronUiloet
aImi In ttii nttrtil nml Until cdlUonnotTuiUVKiUNO
HW.' .Wt. "
Soprano Dominates Stiiyt
Matinee Performance of
SAVKS VOICK AT I'lHST
Well Malaneed Vortrayal of
'aiier's Opera Seen nt
Magnet's "Uolteiilaminerun8" If hrtiilly
the work which an Impicsailo would se
lect for the Hut matinee of an uperu si-.i-sou,
uml It was not Mr. (lattl-t-'HSU7.z:i'.
oilglliul Intention to piesent It yesteiiluj
aftotnuon at the Metropolitan Opeut
House. Hut the compulse! y Hlilftlug nf
"Tantihuuser" to Wnlnenlay eMiihig uml
tiansfer of "(liitterdiunmei ung" t" the
mntlnee wei cituned by clrcimislanees be
yoiul the contiol even of an Impreuailo,
'i'he audience whleh sat In rapt atten
tion was a large one, und the piolougul
applause at the close of the (plenillill
Interpreted second uct wus a tribute fullv
earned by the ailinliabln attlKts concerned
In the performance, The flrt act h.d
pasieil with only a nmdenite ilemonstru
Hon, uml this wus pliilnb uttrlbutahle to
the fuet that Mine. Fiemstuil, not et
sure that her voice win ready for imv
call after her recent Indisposition, nvi-;
Hut In Ihe second act she yielded to
the spell of her role und beeainn ho ab
sorbed In It, so wholly ami pjfHlunately
Identlfleil with Ihe tremendous tragedy
o.' WnmiiMlilr' betrayal, that Mm fot-
got all feurs and remembered only Hint
she win beailng upon her shoul.leis the
huidvii of a maRterly Inspiration. I
If she did not deliver niieli a plenl-1
tude of tone as she hns sometimes done
In this srene, she biouxht tn the utter-1
mu en of ilnmii.lho such an Intensity,
anil such a marvellous wc-nlth of pro
found exprexalon thiit moved tho
Tuuuccforward to the end ot
ilvim.i she iloniinalnl tin -tag,, its M'.ig-.
tier nie.int that the supre.no should, n id,
she .hiu her lie.uiis aw.iy ecu need
that tluv hud been in the piesen e of
(Hie if the noblest Ijilc arhliv 1 m nil of
Ilei us-10, 'lutes .:i the pflfoMii nice h.ul
h 11 lieen htuiil lii-foii' In in' Mini' iiilcs,i
hilt all once mote moused dtip satlsfnc-,
t ton one of s(ii.ltlve musical nigsnUa
tlun itilght pei haps P KU t the want of pei
fi'l't sise III .Mine. I In, 11 l.i sllUtlllg (
U'lifniMfe. but on tin otlni hand te
same heai er could not fall to perceive
that in the niot pathetic piiKaase ot Iwr
one teeiie she leuelud 1111 unusual level
of etiiotloii.il expression Mi Itunlau's"
.S'fi'iWrif Is less satlsfylns III till!" drama
than In Its pieihO'Si'iii, but It nfTeis voctll
delivery which ists upon a line niualcil
Itilelllgeiirf. and has moments of high'
Putnam (lilswolil, who, like Mr llur
ilun, nude his Hist appeal 11 me of the
s 11 in. was a must cieellnit fdflra, 111
embodiment of M'agnci's slnlrter N'leb
buig Is iulniinle, einiini.indliig and con
vincing Ills voire Is Well suited to thlc
mimic and while he sings always with
due rcKuid for the melodic line, he enun
elates so .veil and shows such ieiect f6r
ihylluu that In brings out the decUnig
llon of M'ilKllel peiftctl.
The male choiiis coveied Itself wlthT
sloi In (he big number at the beginning
of the second act nnd the oichestru played
well. Alfied HertK conducted with Hit.
iiceu'stomed uidor and the scenic iffcctR
tneiully moved smouthly II was on tho
., holo an tmpielv performance of th
iliamu and showed tout the orfiiinlintloil'
of the lintltutlon Is In excellent order.
DID THE ELECTION
If you arc not untuned , hv tun elian tf your
location. ICdmoiitiin, Alliens, otter rel
opporlUDltlr.. lirail the.e flgurem
Imputation. Ittut, .1.IM; by inrd cviuut,
July. llllJ. M.KII ........ .
Iliillitliii prriiiUK. I)5- :i.7J 'or lea
niontlih id lor.'. U O'Ji.lM
Proiwiiy an'S'sMiiriil. I0O5, M.U1, ,
llauk rlrarUigs, IWH. W.IM.IU1; Hit
ilVl.-m.3IM; Oclober, tllll, JIS.Ml.'Jlli ()c
inlirr. lOU. WIJ10.3'0.
r.ilmontmi has iilnglr tai anil municipal
flwnrrnlilpot all piiUllo ut'llllrs. 1 1 un ui,i
lo know more, wrlir to
111.(1. .H. HAI.I.
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