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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
AT HORSE SHOW
AupihIiuut Is Unexpectedly
Large ami Brilliant for
ROXMS A GAY PICTURE
E.utIIciiI Programme (Jives
Variety of Interest to
M A NYIMCTI' It ESQ 1' E E V E X T S
Ciiviilryinun Wlio Led Aiiiericn's
ulxmpic li'iilini: Teiiiii Takes
Though not ye; fully m its stride the
National Horse Sl.ow in Madison Square
tl.itd"ii to i'c a Rreiit le.ipoier the hurdle
f popularity yesterday and tho crowds
that Mtond"d both Afternoon and eveninR
h(-wl(ns were much lirRer than lire ex
i"(tecl in the early part of the week
Partly lighted in the r.ftemoon. the
decorations weie softened m that they
appealed even more pirturewiue perhaps
than "indT the full Kluro of electricity In
the owning Nearly every box in the
afternoon wa filled with those prominent
i 'y tetv. not only in this city hut from
Pi ludelphia Washington, Host on, Baltl
n, re I'ittsburc and many towns across
. i nndian bord'T
, ,i.-re win sufficient ariety to the
ui r-iM.nn progmmme to at trail every
i nf th horse, and it was not i cable
.i' the promenade on the boardwalk
w,n 'rinillv brought into commission
! '!. i i..wd that strolled throughout the
if'emeon. rusting occasional gUnce'i at
th.. Imries I. .it apparently much more
,1'i.snrU'il in the occupants of the boxes.
er- fo.eral well known actresses,
griwnod oven more strikingly than the box
re vie. wlm f.ir th most part utToctcd
ra1 nor snnbre hues of ilrist!"
t n slit all this was changed The
.'iwd began pouring in in a steady
- loam ,n early r.s half past 7, and when
sound of the bugle ushered the (tasluni;
i iirne.si Imrses into the ring fir the
'inning clcss gav colors predominated
am-iug the liundreds of haudsomely
cvrnod vmnrn who loaned forward
ai ti iiisly iti the lmxo with words of
ei. eiraeinent f.r th"ir favor.te drivers
I'horo '.is n distinct success for tnerica
over the gallant officers who have come
from l.nglnnd and th Continent to out
strip Uncle Sam's soldiers I "apt (!uy V.
Henry of the United Htatts Cavalry, wlio
d America's team in the recent Olympic
r.ding competitions came from I'ort
H.It. Kanvtx 'n show the Dutch, the
lielgian and tie- iCnglisli how to sit a
h'ire ,md how to s"tid liim over fences
In the flr' international contest, which
was for heavyweight r-nurg.Tr.. ( apt
Henry was mounted on his chestnut geld
ing Chiswcll The horse had his u n pi .
tige ait well as that of the I oiled Mates
i" uphold, for he won this even last year.
It the preliminary mancuvres lie per
fTtnd wifli equal facility at all the dif
ferent exercises required of a charger,
and when the afternoon ciowd was at its
zenith he swept oyer the hurdles in such
magnificent style that his performance
carri-d the judges by storm
Though he did not win a prize in the
it iernalion.il comstition, C'apt. Uaron'de
B otnmaert of the First Regiment Ciuldes
ol Belgium far outstripiieU the others in
th" brilliancy of his uniform With bright
h irlet breeches and a richly braided
H"Kot the Baron was a striking figure
mounted on his superb liay gelding Clon
mnro It is noteworthy that, fine horse
men as the Belgians and Hollanders evi
drntlv arc. they go to Ireland for the ani
mals which carry them in war and sport
rie Baron's Clonmoro is strongly supges
i ve or lie- !reen Isle, but even more de
cidedly so is Black Paddy, a sleek black
g'lding which carried l.ieiit. N Coblyn
or the Hoyal Holland Hussars over the
tumps almost as nimbly as the winner
x'-iten'.ent varied through the after
roi, .shortly of tor -the ponderous
t wle-dhlos cluttered heavily up the
n.nva and moved almost as heavily
b- elophiinis over the smooth tunburk
e Slietliuid ponies pranced into the
e,(ch with a man twice as tall as he
! 2 lum on a leader. Whips cracked
s" ',ers urgctl these little steeds to
fa-' i .I- while the crowds clapped and
checed as they pranced high in the air
in fan' ful imitation of the royal lookitiR
ht kri' is occupying tin ring at the same
t.ii'er in the evening there was another
i n tiiresqiie class when four hunt teams
v if. pink coaled riders 'trooped in to
MU'W their skill over tho fences. Canada
came o llie fore here witli the London
Hunt riuli team, of which the Hon Adam
He. h is M P H
'I he master of hounds was mounted on
I .eb l.iUe the most graceful jumper
th.v Vew Votkers have seen for many a
she skimmed her fences so closely
t ,.' oti e (ouid not have placed a piecu
I I rnper hetween her heels and tho brist
I.' c htiifh she leaped. For all that Oie
l.nh mude one little mistake, but the
eienness of the team and tho perfect
appniiifmentH won the Iticliurd M. Woods
Uot.hy for the CatiodianH, althouch tho
.i.porters of the Monmouth County
lb-'1 and the LTkndgn County Hunt of
P.h more were of tho ouitlion that their
r- -i e. nvo entries should havo scored on t
c .uie performances over the tences.
lif.cn who had an eye for the sartorial
er,. on the lookout for new fashions to
' '.ir H-riding. 'I hoy were not dlsap-
t'lil .lack Bowman on tho mas-
tie side lookiil "positively stunning"
" a i. tack coat extenslvoly cut away
o 1 'ipp.fi witli a shining velvet collar.
II - i.reeclies of a filarinj: brown and
-kv riding boots completed an en-
' " le that was the envy of all the other
f' i "111011 Tlio new stylo favored by
if'ciricnnos was ono in which the coat
"S cut away at tho waist, a whito
ei .mil tlio flowing tail uildlng to tho
lo r.i, tivenocs of those who appeared
"' 'Ins, iho latest fashion for women on
It was the unanimous decision of those
ItecreMod in tho jumiiers, ond they were
'"' ' numerous than tho followem of
m v ..(her division, that thoallround per
'ornunif os far surpassed thoseof previous
vi in merit. The liKht wuh dlffuseil
morn evonlv anil thorn wero no heuVV
fh'idowB on tho tanliark- to oonfuno tho
htTi. (tMf EnftlUh friend had one
complaint to make' "Tlio frncc. oren't
"tiff enntiRh, ly jovel" SerioiiHly upwik-
uiK. wns won True, no rnr tin the KhrIIhU
lint-Hp, were concerned Ah one of the
VlHltflfs mil It; Wliori il Irnrwi. Iimk n irnn.1
Molld fence to KO at it inuktw lilin Jurni,
lint when they know thev can topple over
h IliniHy linr without ImrtliiR thcinrelvcx
mi- irii in oegKars won t rie t the
Alfred (1. Vnnderliilt. to wlinm flu.
HticceMH of the recent kIiowh In largely
tine, wiih extremely Intc-rtvtf d In the
coinetitlon and I he programme had Hot
ocen ioiik under' way lietorc he ntrolli-d
from hin not noron tne ritiK to the JuiIkW
Ixn, where he wit with n critical (.v(
throiiRh the afternoon eentH. M. Il
i.ovry, .11. l'. ll. or the llarkaway Hunt
PittKUiirif. thotmlt not reiiriwnii'il I ti tin i
team competition, win. ntiotltor iiilcroti'd
onlooker. He cave the eun for wooich'm
siiddle horses, m which Mies Hoiicton I).
Attorbury scored her third success of the j
show with her dapple Bray, Nickel I'late. I
r.MKiiiim seni over nuotnei hackney
which took the measure of Aquinlus, who
won the CliulleiiKe cup at the show last
Year. I he newest Importation u. vlhin
Wildllre, a well rounded chestnut, who
won in tho class for hacknev stallions for
his owner, Walter UriKgs ol l.indon Hal!,
The Dutch national anthem was plavcd
as the result of the second international
contest, which brought the show to a
oloo promptly at li-.fi Of n fine Held
of sixty-seven only four were called In
as worthy of a second test. Holland wmk
represented by Lieut ( . H. I.abouehere's
itrny ireldinir Sties, the UnltiHl States hv I
Poppy, owned by the United Stale's
.Mounted .service tv'tiooi, t-.ngland bv
imn ieno, owned tiy l.icut. It. ji. Stewart '
Itichurdson of the I'.leventli Hus.sr.fs. )
Lieut. II. M. Stewart
and i allium tiy .nip wntcli iM-longs to ,
Malor .losetth Kllnour of the Oneen s
The only fault charged against Spes
was a balk on the final round at the rate
which was the first obstacle. On the
second nskiiiK the Dutchman cleared the
jump in fine stylo mid went over the stone
wall and in and out in brilliant manner
Pmv. which had made a fine showing
on the llrst attempt, clipped three of the
ol.sfacles on the secotHl asking. Without There was a decided increase In the at
second. Dan Lcno third, and Jap fourth ' evening, and if tho boxes were not id-
Tlieie were a few thrilling moments
while the jumpers were striving for Inter
national Honors. Lieut. II. It Adair
of the United Spiles Cavalry provided th"
first when his horse Pico smished into
the makebcliove stone wall Rider
and horse went down in a heap and
women covered their faces as the horse
appeared to roll over the prostrateriiler
Hut the plurkv ofTWt-r was on his f-et m
a moment and finished out the trid
Lieut. Stephen W. Winfree came to
grief at the same obstacle He kept his
seat for n few strides and then tumbled
otf. to lie dracKedfor about ten feet along
the soft tun bark. He too was uniniured
and put his horses over the Remaining
jum)s to the nccompatiitiH nt of the
cheers of the crowd
.Miss II. I). Atterbury and H Moore
continued their duel for the honor of
Is'ing the biggest winner of blues and
at the end of the night's session romamed
tied with four to the credit of e.ich Kach
seorodtwo ribbons yesterday
THE DAY WITH THE JUDGES.
llnoLnr; ('liniiiilinhli nil it ChsrK
rr Coniiiel II Ion rr I'eiil urea.
Those ititerestefl in the brcflini? of
hackneys wen rarly to tlte Oanien.
'llie llrst six classes on the morning pro
gramme were devoted to the stylish har
ness horse and in every class the horses
were shon in hand. Honors in tins
division were divided between the im
iwrted hackneys and those fornl in this
country In the baby division for two-ye.ir-old
fillies the Olenbrae Hackney
Stud's (Jleiiavon Carmen, a daughter of
the imported Polouius. took the chief
award, with Clarence Mack.iy s home
bred Lady Burns in second place The
btt three-year-old (Illy was the ub.ini
Hackney Horse I arm's Miss Peggy
William DuiKUit of Orange, Va , up
phed the winner ill tile class for mares
i years old and over in Ityedate derby .
a compararively young mare. 7 yea's old.
with (iatten 'linker Bell second B"g
inald Vanderbilt's two entries "sittleld
Vera and Siltleld Venus, are beginning
to show their age, but nevertheless took
the yellow and while ribbons respectively
In the larger class for m.ires Nestle
down's MiKjiislnne. now owmsl by ,1
Campbell Tho:nson. surpriseil those
who h.ne stsn her compete for the last
four years unsuccessfully by taking the
When the winners came into the ring
for the championship there was great
curiosity to see N'et!odowu's Moonshine
in her winning career. She hail been
shown in previous years by C W Wat
son, but was bought at the wile of his
horses about four mouths ago by J Camp
bell Thompson Whether Mr Thomp
son1 has more luck or the horse's condi
tion lias been improved by his stable
manager is a matter for speculation
But tho fact remains i liar Moonshine
came out gloriou-ly and secured fo- Mr
Thompson his llrst tri-"olored ribbon
at the national show Kirkburu Lady
was placed re.-erved
Honors in the Clydesdale classes went
to the Knirhohne Knrm Lady Lustrous
was successful in the two-year-old olas
and Harveiouston llarone-s, black mare,
was the best of the agisl division for
mares. The latter has only been shown
once before in this countiy, when she
won the blue at tlio Interstate I'air at
William Foster, who crossed the tond
to assist in the judginR ol tho harness
horses, brought! with him still another
pony from his Mel Valley Farm Mosoloy.
Kngland. This was .Mel Valley's I'l.ime,
which had all tlio distinctive hncknev
qualifies of tlio other high class Iioi-suh
that Mr. Foster has brought to this coun
try and sold to American exnuniors
' ..i r I.!.. I.'. ...I... I. I
In a class of ten this F.ughsli beauiy
took tho blue.
Tho success of Itykon and Kaeburn.
placed first and second in a novice class
on Saturday, indicated the division of
the chief award when they wen1 brought
hi as pairs in a small field of live Mr
Julius H. Walsh was the only woman to
drive in tins class, uud she handled the
ribbons of Honor Bright and Honor
Boy so effectively that thu jude placed
There were many withdrawals from
the first saddle class of the afternoon,
which called for horses over 15.2. After
they had been put through their paces
tho judges had five of the eight competi
tors stripped for a critical examinatioi;
after which Panama had the distinction
of gaining, the second blue for Godfrey
Contestants in tlio first Internationa'
eomotition, which was for ofllcont'
chargers, came in for final decision
C'upt, Ouy V Henry made a groat show
ing with his chestnut gelding Chlswell,
his mount in tho Thirteenth Cavalry,
Holland, Belgium and Kngland each had
an entry, hut 'ho first international honor
went toCapt. Henry with Col P A Kenna.
V. (J., of England supplying tho second
with Harmony Kxperiment, owned by
Cant. L It. Ltndsey, United States cav
alry, was third, while Mariposa, in the
hands of C'apt. V LaH. Rockwell, took
the fourth ribbon for the same branch
of tho service.
Ladles made their first ap)earance in
the saddle hi il class for hormts over 15.2.
There was u fine turnout of equestrlennei
and again an International flavor was
tiv,.n tile ootniietltion hv the cnlrv of
Miss Mona Dunn's Htrihcr Willi the
exception of u alight break whllo trotting
tho Kuglinh' horso showed roiuariiuhly
Swift h Com nan v ivle of Trrfth Mutton In
I Neur York City for the wek endlnjr Sjturdty
J Hv, Mi veraged 7.11 centt per pouod. A4i.
well and was a beautifully formed animal.
He, however, wan placed hcooixI to Nickel
I'late, wlio added another blito to the one
he won on Saturday for MInh Atlerhury.
Matinern counted fx) per cent., and Nickel
Plate fortunately rexerved hi had he
havior till the rililion wan bolus; pinned
on him. Hix exhibition then and his
fractloiiHiieww while Ruing out of the rlnfi
were hardly to be exected from a perfect
Huddter for a lady. As usual Mln Atter
burv rode him
l'liur tcanif of pink coated huntsmen
appeared for the cup presented by Mellaril
M Wood for the best three qualilled
lumtiTM from one hunt, The apiilause
which ureeled the Monmouth County
trio as they cleared their fences porfectly
Indicated that the popular verdict was
for them, but the Hon. Adam Beck Lon
don Hunt Club team must have scored
heavily in appoint nienlK and conforma
Ition. for ulthoiiTd l'rotileimu buneled the
jmlncs awarded the lilue to the Canadian
ten'" 'I he Monmouth team, in spite of
lis ;ood jiimpjti.it, onlv roeohed tlin
nigiiiy fomtueniieii rinnon
Sear the end of the evetiitlit the crowd
was rouwsl to enthusiasin bv the hunters'
class fur ladies The lair riders took tho
fences In excellent, hi vie. and not one was
unseated, though there were several'
narrow escapes when tlu1 horses shied
at the iiimtiH i
Ml Marie Louise Thompson, the
loung horrewonian fjotn five, was the I
busiest of the half dozen or so of riders
Her efforts were rewarded with victory I
rill ill., itl'itili.tl.ii l.'iireiV lli.dti.n tl... I
norfe ui.it won the fh.iminoiishtli at tlie
h show Mrs ilahi Beck. I
ho rode throe of her own horses, was ,
seconu on frontoiinc 1 Ho third ai.tl i
fourth, Willow ling and Kmpress. were 1
n.urtn. wuiow King and hmprcss. were '
both put over the lences liy Miss 1 jiomp-
son. inner nuets in tne class were .Miss
V Buchanan. Miss Helen Basinus-on .
Mis II Hollow iv. Mrs P A ( lark Ml
K 1'empleand.MissLid.il. Mcitmaun' i
SOCIETY FILLS BOXES.
Many .Volatile 1'iirllcs Hoili
nnnn unit Krrnluii.
ways full it was because their occupants
chose to watular around the promenade
now and then, always going back to their
boxes The night attendance was par
ticularly notable in the M.e and bril
liancy of the audience The costumes,
especially during the evening, wore most
elegant, the finest textures ntid the latest
colors in the world of fashion being worn.
Members of the , underbill family were
again very much m evulencH 1 hiring
the afternoon there wore with Mrs Alfred
O Vanderbilt Mrs Julian McCarty Lit
tle and Mrs Cornelius II Tangcman.
In the evening Mr and Mrs Vundorbilt's
party included Mrs Harry Pavne Whit
ney. John Clinton (irav. Jr . and Worth
ington Whitehouse Hat old S Vander
bilt droppwl into the box for a visit dur
ing the afternoon, later on promenading
about the ring with Miss F.leonora Sears
With Mr and Mis Reginald Vanderbilt
during the afternoon were Sir. and Mrs.
Sydney Jay Colford. Jr . and Mr il.
Lyttleton Fox. Their guests during the
evening, were Mr and Mrs A Stewart
Walker, Mr and Mrs Julian McCarty
Little and Preston (libson.
Hurvey S l.idew and his sister. Miss
Kline Uidew. were present both afternoon
and evening During the afternoon they
had with them Mr.i Walter W.itson, Miss
Mario Watson. Miss Hilda Holmes and
Miss Kathrj'tie Stis-le In the evening
their guests were Mr. and Mrs Theodore
Roosevelt Pell, Miss Watnotl, Miss Holmes
and Henry' Fleitm.uin
Judge and Mrs William II Moore's
party in box ti included Mrs John C
Westervel' Miss Kjthryn Klkilis. Miss
K'.eauora S.ms and Mrs pftu Mooie
Mr and Mrs Henry Seijr,mun' guest,.
in box 53 were Mrs loins H Dos I'unsos,
Mrs J U-ggett Pulty and Mrs it
with Mr and Mrs. OIivhi
ll.irrimaii during the afternoon were Mr
CharlfH )h Ij ( 'Irioti- and Mrs. Jams
Deenng In the same Imix at night were
Mr. and Mrs .1 Cordon Douglas. Mr. and
Mrs Francis r Bishop. r and Mrs De
L. Oehiohs. Ilollis lliitinewell and (' Uuiis
Mr and Mrs W Scott Cameron were in
box 71 wnli Mr and Mrs Kugene S
The Rev r and Mrs. William P.
Merrill weie wit ii Mr. and Mrs K 1'iancis
Hvdo in box :t9.
Yhe gucMH of Mr and Mrs. Cornelius
Tangeinan m box 31 were .Mr and Mrs.
Gardner Brown, Mrs Dudley Davis and
In box 20 with Mrs Frederick Kdey
were, during the afternoon. Miss May
Tnlfreo, Miss Julia Kdey, Miss Pauline
Clarkson and Misi Margaret Overton.
Miss Audrey Oshoru joined tho party
during the evening.
Among others in the boxes and arena
S".Us wero Mrt Henry C Tinker, Miss
Annie 'linker, Mr and Mrs Paul An
drews, Miss Margaret Andrews, NHs
Florman. Albert h Gallatin, W. Rhioe
latider Stewart. Jr , 'I nomas Hitchcock,
Mr and Mrs. Jay William lluriinuui,
Miss Miruitii llarrim.in, Miss Kthel
Harriman, Mrs James .strutliers, Mr.
and Mrs George S W alien. Frank
Gunthi;r. Bernaid tmnther. Mr and Mrs.
Paul Sorg, J. Coleman Drayton .Miss
Lota lioliinsoii, Seton Henry. Mr and
Mrs Alexander D Shaw, Miss Beatrice
Clathn. Mis Mary Wihorg, Miss Julia
Robtuiii. Irederick Cruger, Lawrence
Atterbury, Joseph Harriman, K, S Jaf
fiey Mi ickar. Craig Wadsworth, Henry
I' I'l'liulge. Mrs Arthur Lqiper, Leonard
Jacob James Tolfree
Harrv liemniiug, Gen Brayton Ives,
George liose, Henry P Case, Sherman
Bay, Arthur St urges. Ulint Cowdin. Cs;il
JacUson. II Thornton Wilson, Monroe
Douglas Ijobiiisoii. Mr and Mrs Kiliaen
au Rensselaer Miss Doris Riseell. Mr
and Mrs Philip A S Franklin. Miss Lucy
Margaret Roosevelt. Andrew Miller, Miss
Jane Lissberger, Reginald W'aterbury,
Jay Coogan, Mr and Mrs Philips Thomp
son, Mr and Mrs William MeVickar,
Unwind Conkling, P J Casey, Commo
doie Leonaid Richards of the'Larchmont
Vachl Club Mr and Mrs Frisierick M,
Davies, Morton P Smith, and Mr and
Mrs Henrv W Bull
Col Daniel Applulon, Philips A. Clark,
Mrs William K Glvn. Miss Fannie John-
ston. Paul G Thabeau. Frederick Wood-
nifr. William Luiniius. Mr and Mrs. Juan
M Celiallos, Miss Lula Celmllos, Mr and
.Mrs Jav Baker Bourne, Mr and Mrs.
Ileiu-)- II ( ulvcr. Mr and Mrs. W P
Bliss. Miss Kali) fury. .Miss Susan Fish
Dresser Mies Madeleine O'Brien, Samuel
Peters. Charles Philips of Paris, Gen. and
Mrs Howard Carroll, Count Montcglus
of Paris, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Gilford.
1" Two-year-old hackney flllle
First prUe. $"5 , aecond prize, $35 . third
nrtz. $1& Flrai, (ileimvon Carmen, r-D m.
lr handa jenm. om-il by Olenbrao Hack-
ney t ml . aet ond. Iady Hurna. ch m , 2
yeara, owned ty Fluenie II Mackay, thlnl,
h'nld, k tn , 2 year, owned by Ueulnabld
Vanderbllfa Santl Point Farm, It I .
fourth, 1'hloK, ch rn . i yeara, owned b the
I'laaa H -Three-year-old hackney rilllea
Fir' prize, $00, neumd prize, $50, third
nilze. $25 -Flrai AlUa IVjiuy Itlckeii, ch. m .
iSia handa, 3 yeara, owned bv Auburn
Hiukney Tlotao Farm, aernnd, Dollar I'rln-
peaa, a tn. H handa . luetic, 3 yearn
'Cflr 'STn'sr u:r-,zrriVi'VT
(Mi hi nr '" fiiro imJi.-Tj hind. 'l f. u I
,.ml nur Mii.i ! In m.il or have prmlucnl
,lovn' il,i;.h..lHn.' m.. 15 Iihu.Ii. I Inchl,,
.ustini hy .1 Caniilll Tln.ni ron leiuml,
i; irk l, mi ii I..,, iv ,i, mi i,-. ),,.. i. c
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ttiirpnir en itt i;, nanni n'.t itunt".. .iiru,
(hvikiI liy I'rjiik M I'.ilmor fmirili Nrll
l(iwn' l.jily 1'rUr, ch. in., tr. liuiuln S'i
Inrhm. uunnl hy J, Camplwll Thnnipnon.
CUm It Hackney inarm, i yeara old or
ever; 14 band, 1 Jnchei and undtr It bandt
By F. Hopkinson Smith
"Truly, it is full
of the most delightful
I lie VulCddO ilCOrd-IiertlId
Il IJ l i i
It WOUlCl 13Q lHYQ. to
nifin1 IMirprrjlininnr riiriii.inf and
" "l"'""' .unipuiuin
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
Geo. C. Flint Co.
ODD PIECES IN
DINING ROOM FURNITURE
In the varied and choice collection
of Dining Room Furniture, which forms
an important feature of our Fall Exjiibit
arc many odd and individual pieces
designed to add to the comfort and con
venience of the room and especially
interesting in view of the Thanksgiving
and Christmas Holidays.
Other pieces of interest are China
Cabinets of unusual design and size,
Serving Tables, Cellarettes and a new
style of Carving Table not obtainable
Geo. C. FuNTCa
43-47 WrT.2af St. v a-aoWcsT 2aSx
.rit ii -mint in foal or I.af prorlucrd a
pj.h in isii; tun
i lirtie. 1100, econrt pru
1W Thir.l trt
I) tn 1. ha rulii. T yan. nnn! by Vtll!.i!n
Lijpjttt tfcond (i4tun Tinker D-l. m.
I lnn. thir.l. SilnUl r. ( rn . i hJUtljt
: IC )furi otii-il t) Sant( I'olnt Karrn
! 'rtl. S-litl- l enu. l in haxu. 12
, ' le' lla.kny tnar rimmplnn run
tin... I. U..ll L" r.,
f i' "lie brct IflAf or filly Tltr-i in CUWf
14 i IS uml 1- First iri7r. i up. 4lu
) 1 00 . rr ribbon to roni KlrM N
. lMon n' itooMnnlne fiwn(l !y J Campbell
jriipion brU by V It outt. rcT
Kirkburn I.aly. h m . U ti-rnL, earn,
u nrii b ui.ltdin iJupont. brti by )'
C!tt It- -Hftrknf)- rttiUtonit. 4 yen old or
"tr 14 hanJi ? tnchfH nd under IS hand
1 tm h the wlnnfr uf th thHllfnirf cup o
vein tn uccwlon not flticlblc Tor thU clan
Virmt prUf. 1160. '0nd prlzt. third
prlfr. J3i Ktrt. Oxford, ch i. t5'4 hand,
Kd imni'd by WUllani White, ("cond,
Ch.inKitf Squire. cJi n, li n.nds 3 tnrhi, s
yi-r oiwird b ll.ir,v S. I.tdw. RMnnre
C l9 tC1 SUtilon. years old or over, 15
tunJp 1 Inch utd u-r Kir it ptlit, IU0 .
e lond prtxe. I7E. . third prize, 125 Klrst,
Albln Mldflre rh , IS hundf Z Inchea. i,
yearn. o nH b Walter HrUPEP. rond
Mdrlboro. hr , und t Wldurn H
Mnore, third. l-tnd O'Hurna, rh . 1 hand
. Inches, " )e.ir. tiwned bv ilar noe H
Mjckuy fourth, enble SentHtlon ih
15 handi S Inrhe. 4 yearn, owned by Ilejl
niitd Vdnde-511t' Sinly lntn Farm
4imji 30 KlMleji, 2 ear old or under
Klrat prlie, 1 100. aerund prlie, $30, third
prlie $26 PI rat, ludy Kuatruun. h in.
earf. uund by ltotert A Falrbatrn,
1 Katrlmlnu Kami aecond, Hhallnrh Mary.
Ii rn . 15 hand 3 tnrhea, ycjr. onnfd by
('onvtiham Uroa . third. I.)ii'tte, u in,
3 jeara owned by Hedmlnter Farm fourth
imlly liray. b in. - earH. nwncfl tiy (tut
(Mas HP Marf, 2 earn old nr o er- -rirat
prltf, 1 100. aeeond pi l?e. Jta third
prljif lu-ilrxi, llarvetouMtoit ll.tronent.
blk m. e.iif. owneil bv Itobrt A Kulr
bairn. Kalrholine Karm. fttcond i'earl of
Kulrrield. h m f er-. nwnnl lv ItoNrt
A Katrbalm. third. Hritlh Oueen b. in,
4 vara, on ned by BedmlnMer Kannr fourth,
Magirln Hunter, b u., f handa " In hei
J jcara, owned ty t'onynchain Hro
i'omi: in j!auni:hh
Oiikm XI -I'onlea rxieedlnr 13 handa 2
Inches and not rxrcedlnir 14 handa - Inchra,
4 yeara old or nwr. mut be pructlr.illy
aound. lia (t ond manner and he ahowti
to appropriate ehlrtea Klrai prUi-. UO .
Heromi prize. $4u. third prize, $20- Klrst
Mel Valley'a I'lurne, ! c , 13 lunda 2j
Inehea A y.iia nuned by William Foster
mid driien by K Iturrett aecond. Muld of
IliiKtn h m 13 handa 3 Inchee. U veiirn.
owmd bv r Innion Knrm and driven by
Andrew Little third, trma. ch in . 14 lianda
t! Inctiea, i yen i a, nwnrd hi the Auburn
Hiukite) llorae Karm and drlen by A X
Wadaworth, fourth, Wee Mftiregor, b m .
13 hand 3 Inchea. 8 )eara, ouned and driven
by Itt'Klnatd DotiiiU
HOItHKH IN MAHNKHH
Dana 43 -l'alra of horaea tnovlie tlanat
over 14 hunda 2 Inchea nnd not ereedln
J.1 handa 1 Inch, muat be prartlcnlly aound.
have conformation, uuullt. atIe. all around
m-tton, emd mannera iiiur be able to K' a
pare Flrat pi lie, $U0. an oml prize, $TS.
thlnl prize, 13& -vKlrat, Hykon, b k , h
handa, $ eara, anuRtuebuin l. t. 1I handa,
4 yi ara.. owned by William 11 Mooie and
driven by Gcorere Chlpchnae. aecond. Harn.
mt. br k . 15 handa. yeaia. and Hatlre,
br m . lu hum l. 6 icai. nwned bv ,1
Humiier Draper and driven by J. M Smith,
third, Honor Ilrlrht. b. k., b handa 1 Inch.
'i enra, and Honor liny, b p , 1& handa 1
Inch, t eara. owned and driven bv Mr 1
.Tnllna Wulah, fourth. Nentledown'a Mlaa
Marlon, blk in. 13 handa, and Nratledovv n'a
tinronne, blk m, 16 handa, owned by Mm.
H It Hcmaen t'olra, driven by Frnnk win-
t.'ia 4gHoraea over H handa 2 Inchea
and not exceeding 15 handa 1 Inch, muat
Practically aound, huo conformation,
"lualtty, atvle nil anmntl action, Rood mau-
m ra, and b able to k a ixnod puce, y irat
prize, $100. feci. ml prize, $50; third prize,
125, First -I.adv Dllhain, h. in.. 14 hand
H'i Inchea t )t-ara nhl. owned bv Avondale.
Farm, driven bv Jack Donnelly; aecond,
Menella, lr in.. 14 handa 3 Inchea, 7 eara,
owned ami driven by William II Moore.
third, Hatlre. br m, 15 hands, ti yeira,
owned by .1 Huniner Draper, driven by
t'harlia Itackua fourth, Pandora Quven.
ch. m.. HH handa. K eara, owned and
driven by Mra. . I'fiH Mtler
'" iS,tnjdiVVi..l"r . unffti"";...
"r '."'''....V v m.T
r'0,,h, '."" 'Z1' '". V.V.Y Vw.l ' fi'v
' hml 1 Inch, ;".' K?!''
pinna liimn unil "(Lit n t.y J .1 """:
imn thlnl. DUrnell, ill R If, linmlii 3
1 1 r. iinri i.nril Ia l.tltli. 1 .irm rlil
"'n n- .mi-i 11..111111.11
ill K 1" litt'l, ,; ;r. mne by () .1
(ludn ami rlddrn hy Churl. llutl.r
I'laM l.ade' uddl hnmrp. mr In
Uanda 3 Inchu: 4 yiur; old or iiver: up I ;
carrying IH ptuada. .Mannri to count 10
153 Fifth Ave., New York
per cent T be ridden by Udlts on aide
saddleti . to be judged by their qualities,
rnannera and ahlltty to carry wetcht to b
ahonn at a fre open walk, aqua re trot and
eay eanter Flrt prize, cup preaentad by
K M Iht $150, aerond prize. $o,
thlnl prize. $-& Fltjt-Nlikel riate, gr
k , lh hind 3 tn-he $ )eara, otned and
ildd"ti bt MIhh H D Atterbury aecond,
Striker ch k IX hand 3 Inches, D yeara.
owned bv Moa Mona D 4lnn. ridden by Mlaa
I- UumuMffi third. Sir Hercules, b. g. 16
ha tola. C. yeara ow ned by Kuarene Meyers,
Jr. rlddn by Mlaa M Muntajomerv fourth,
Hlnhland F.lnr. b p. 1.1 hand St, Inchea.
eara, owned b A W Atkinson, ridden
by Mr- W HrfKic.
tlaas 3tt -lloraeji over 14 hands t Inchea
and not exceeding 15 hands 2 IncKrs, 4
veara old and over up to tarrjtnc 1$0
pound. To be judjred by quality, mannera
and utility t c.rr weight. To be shown
at a free open walk nquare trot and eaai
canter Flrat prize, $100, second prize, $30
third prize, $26 Klrat - Patricia, ch. m . 15
handa li Inches, 4 yeara, owned by Mir
H. D. Atterbur). ridden by F.inll Anthon)
second, Sceptre i;r. in , K hnitde, 6 yeara,
owned tiy Mlaa Mona Dunn, ridden bv J. J
Vundemeer. third, Divinity, ch. p.. U.
hands 1 !j Inchea, & vcara, owner) by W A
Mctlhbon, ridden by .1. Jarvla fourth.
Merry Count as. t tn., II handa 1 Inch, h
years, owned hy Mis Margaret H Kousa.
rlddrn by W A McGlbbon.
claa 23 Shetland stallions, not axteedlnr
forti.-alx Inche Flrit prize, $80 aecond
price, $4i. third prize. $J0. First Docuat
r a, 41 Inches. 3 veara. owned bv Charles
K. llunn, aecond, Klnc I.arUo, idk. a. 41
Inchea, .1 yeara, owned by ileors: A. Ileyl
third. Arnold, ch s. 42 Inehea, ll yeara.
owned by John ft Volrt . fourth, tlrandee
blk a, 40 Inches. II eara, owned by Charlra
(Mass 110 Chanters, heavywetcht, up to
earrvlnc 210 pounds, muat be broken
charccra: open to alt nations and all
brnnche of the service. The breaklnr and
school education of the horses taken Into 1
.( ount . conformation nnd appearance to
count RO per cent mlllniry schooling 2fi 1
per ceni t'.eld performance 2S per cent i
horsea murt be undocked Those exhibited i
tiy foreign officer muat be In accordance i
with the army reKiilatlona ta to docklnir till
force in their repei-tiv e countries. The '
riders mus) be officers In uniform. Flrat
prize, run pi i nted by th plaza Hotel, I
slut- $20 Heeond prize, $75 . third prize,
$35 First- -t.'htfwell, ch. c 1 hands 1
Inch, yfrtra. cvhiblled by the Fnlted States
Mounted ScrvUe Schto, ridden by Capt
iSuv V Henrv. Thirteenth Cavalry, aecond.
Harmon), h in.. t bands 2'. Inches. 1
years, onned and ridden by Col I A. Kenna.
V C D u FriKlund third, 1 Kxperiment.
b. (j.. lh handa 3 Incites, i yeara, owned
and ildden bv Cant .1 H Mndaey. 1 S
cavnirv. roiirtn, .Mariposa u. m., m nanaa.
r, eais, tiwned and ridden by Capt. V Iaa
Itockwell. t H Cavalry J
CM 130 -Juiuplns. open to all nations)
and brantnei of the atrvlce horae to ht j
llie nroiifrtv of he ofllcera r their tiovem-'
mrnt and to be rldderfttiy officer a in uniform
over couiaea ay folio". Klrat Jump, Kate
or hoard fence, 4 feet 3 Inchea hlch, second,
atone wall, 4 feet high, third, double poal
and rails, 4 fcit and about 30 feet apart
(twice aroumli Klrt prize, cup prcaented
hy W II. Moore, value $H)0, and $150 In
money second prize, $73 third prlre. $35
First. Spea, br C. K hands, aBd, owned
and ridden by !kut C II. haUiuchere,
Itoyal Holland Hussara, aecond Popp. br
Ifi hands. ftKed. owned liy I'nltetl States
Mounted School, rlddrn by Cnpt. Hen Iear,
.Ir. Fifteenth Cavalry, third. Dan l.eno. cli.
ir , )5 handa .1 Inches, owned by I. lent. 11, H.
Stnwart Ittchardann, Eleventh Huasara, Kntr
land, fourth, .lap. Kr k Hi hand?, h yeara.
owned by Major Jamea KIlKour. Queen's
Own Itllles, Canada, ridden by dpi W,
Claia 67 Horses over 14 handa 2 Inchea
and not exceeding 15 handa I Inch, tn be
shown to appropriate veniciea. rirat prize,
$150. second prize. $75, third prize, $$5.
FlrM l-fidy Dllham, It. m 14 handa 2
Inchea. 9 years, and Elegant Dllham, br, ..
14 handa a Inchea, 8 years, owned liy J. W,
Harriman, driven by .lack Donnelly, aecond,
Menelln, br m., 14 handa 3W Inchea, 7 vaars,
miu t Phyllla, br in,, 14 handa 33 Inchea, '
years, owned and driven by W. II. Moore,
third, HuroiH t. br. K,. 15 handa, 6 years, and
Satire, br, in., 15 handa, years, owned
by .1 8umner Draper, driven by .1. W Smith,
fourth, Neatledovvn'a Mlaa Marlon, blk. rn
15 hands, and Neatledown'a Uaronno blk,
m . 15 handa. owned by Mra. H, Heroaen
Colea, drlveiit by F. Wlnterbottom
Claaa 123 For thiee qualified hunters
from one hunt, to be shown bv the master,
whips or members of the hunt In the hunt
uniform: no tompetltot may ride mora than
one horse, uniforms and appointments to
tount iit per cent , nuraea, aimuuruy nt
rtiuformatlnn, quality and generui ex-
r.Tlitiif nf ftiim. 2& Dfr iTni.: pt-rformancc
over frin-.ii, AO p.r cut. Klrt prlnf, cup
pr.mnliil liv Itlrhar.l M, WnmU, iilu. U'OI).
mil S'joo in nioniy; hocuiuI prlir, 1100. ililnl
prl", toll- rirnl. Uni'lon Hunt Cluli. nlth
I'iiiiiIktmi' rlililrn li j- T. Hwultli, fir Trunin
rlililrn liy A C'lurr. Plr n.tWRnl rlrtilMi hy tlie
Hun A link Krtuml, KlkrMgr Hum I'lilli,
ll Ii Arlnlorr.il rdMon )' V W l..inahnn.
Alziirnali rlihl. n liy W A Atwll .iml Irlvh
Nnrn, tlilnl. Hohh Tree Hunt I'luh. nlth Mnjor
Tieit rlilOen hy t I tin, Willow KtiiK rlil.
il.n by R V. HI. Idle una The VlrclnUn rlil
den M. I'. Mllea; fourth, Monmouth
11 'V V. A.
In Slightly Used and Remodelled
Instruments of Worth and Standing
These pianos arc worthy of being placed In the most
refined homes and will give splendid service.
KNABE Mlrfnon: KNABE; small; '
Mahogany; 11 ke Rose; like new. SACK
new. Wot $850. $C1 A Wat $850. NOW f4DO
NOW OIU I,
vui at MUnn. STEINWAY; small;
fe5o.keNnow '585 W"58'0- N0W 48U
KNABE Mlrfnon; STEINWAY; small;
Rose; like new. .$KCK R?8' llkc $J.fiS
Was $750. NOW ODD Was $R00. NOW 0
KNABE Mlgnon- WEBER; small;
ette; Mahogany; Rose; rfood or-
llkc new. Was JPQA cler. Was $900. JOOP
$700. NOW. .. OC5U NOW &n)
KNABE; Muhog- STEINWAY;
any; like new. SAAE, Ebony; like new. $QCC
Was $600. NOW 4ftO Was $550. NOWJi ODD
.. . HAINES BROS.;
KNABE; Maheg- Mahogany; like
any; like new. MOA ncw. Was $400. $OOK
Was $550. NOW fftU NOW 2a0
.. , . WEBER; Mahog-
KNABE; Mahog- ',jke ne jqk
Wm $550 NOW 415 Was $550. NOW d4D
Ws$550. NOW 1W EVERETT; Walnut;
KNABE; Mahog- lJ Wo 215
any; like new. $AtS "0. NOW W
Was $500. NOW. 4IUO MILLER. H. C;
KNABE; Mahog. ncw. Was $400. (1QA
any; like new. $QQC NOW X7U
Was $500. NOW QUO MARSHALL A
KNABE; Rose; like hogany; like new. J1QP
new. Was $550. SO A K Was $350. NOW LoO
NW w ARMSTRONG;
KNABE, Rose; like Mahogany; $ljke
now $325 N0W Ayu
" SHONINCER; Ma-
KNABE; Rose; like ' AJanyvi ii
nNeow Wos $500, 1 $300 now. Wa.8. $30- s135
CHICKERINC; Ma- Hhogany; good or-
hogany; like new. $QQK dcr. Was $350. SQA
Was $500.J NOW ODD NOW UJ
The following player-pianos were used but a short
time for demonstrations only. ALL ARE 88-NOTE
KNABE-ANGE- KNABE de LUXE;
LUS; Bbony; like Mahogany; like
ncowWm $,'00' "815 w" 765
KINGSLEY; Ma- ' UW
wIsTsf NOW $325 "S
KhofanyflTke MQtZ W" $"- $5fifi
Was $550. NOW iUO NOW W
Mtmc rolls free and special library privileges
Some of the above pianos will be sold
on TERMS low as $5 a MONTH.
All Are Fully Guaranteed.
Pianos Rented at Reasonable Terms
Liberal Allowance for Old 'Pianos Taken in Exchange
5th Ave. Cor. 39th St.
Broadway, Park Place to Barclay St.
NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION
Representative on Premises
Look at Offices Before Renewing Leases Elsewhere
Edward J. Hogan, Agent, 3 Park Row, Ofo). Astor House
TELEPHONE 6279 COnTI.ANDT
County Hunt Club. lth nray rlrtilen by
Stnnrhrldge, I'amtV llurnn ridden bv J
lteynolrt iiml llalllnftloe ridden by II. hheln.
CIum Ml Qualilled huntern, hciivy weight,
up to rarrylnK 500 pounds to houndu, muat
huve heen kept for hunting purpose and
have been regularly hunted with a recog
nlied pucli of hounds ulthln ine yr of
date of ontry, performance, atyle of fenc
ing, fonforninilon nnd manner nnd ability
lu carry weight considered In making the
award Klrst prize. IJOO. aerond prlie, M00;
third prise. 150 Klrat, The Virginian, h. g..
to handa 3 Inchea, 6 years, owned by lllen
Hlddle Karma, ridden by M 1' Miles, eec
ond, Tmiralnr, b. g.. 10 handa. years,
owned by Major Joseph Kllgour, Queen's
Own Hlfles. ridden by W T Wilson third.
HlacU 1'addy, blk g., aged, owned. and rid
den by l.leut, A. N Cobln, Iloal llollaml
llusaarsi fourth, Outpost, h. g.. 16 hands
Inches, I enrs, owned bv Capt 1 Hon
den. ridden by W. Cnrberry
rl 121 .Ladles' uualined hunters, to be
ridden hy ladles on side saddle. Must be up
to carrying at least HO pound! tn hounds
Klrst prUe, $2001 aerond prlie, 1100, third
prUe. I50i .lames T Hyde proaenla II'O In
plate tu the lady rbllng tho winner Ural.
Alguma, h. R: IS handa '.. Inch, owned by
lllenhelm Karm, ridden by Mlaa Marie loulse
Thimipson, second, Krontenac, b. b lti
hands, i years, owned by the Hon. Adam
u,i. rl,l.l.n t,v Mr. Adam Itetk. thlld.
willow King, h. r.. H hands. 6 years, owned
t... . . I .i,..n l,m. rl,1Hn liv M1a Mnrto
Iiulse Thompson; fourth, Hmpresa. Ii. g., lu
hands, I yeara. owned by (lien Itlddle Karme,
ridden hy Mlaa Marie Louise Thompson.
Ula.s 6 Pairs of mares or gelding to he.
shown before broughams or victorias, the
horsea lo count 60 per rent., the brougham
or victorias 55, harnoaa 15, llverlea 10. The
horsea anouui nave goou inuniicrs, ri.im
uuletly and batk well Klrst prlte, 1150,
second prlie, ;tj third prlae. 135 Klrst.
Lord Hi-alim. h. a.. IS hands 1 Inches,
years, and Lady rieaton, h. m., IS hands 5
miles, 7 yeara, on ned by William H Moore,
iiriven hv Waller Hollon. s'lrond. Starr, hr
g., li hands 3 Inches, 5 years, and Hirlps. br
c, 16 hand 3 Inchea. 6 yeara, owned by I ,, " i,,"'
Kmtl Seellg. driven by Kred lleach Iblrd, 1 ' j, Iljudglng mounted polje
tlrangell. I. B.. 15 handa 2 liuhfa, a ear.. A. n;
and lionijel . b. ; hand 1 Inches. 7 . " y i.,rmitlonl Contest (Can,
years, 'owmd by Philip l.lvlnglun. .Hl.rn 0. ?..',.;' "V-uni iudgli Uty-M
'.'. IWj.'Ci": '".fcrloere'hoV':?- .."d-V.'n 'by 'ortU" f UhT-
j9nilido.'i Udr .."''&. m, Vi ijahdi
Inches, owned by .1 ttmpbeU Thomp
son, drhen by Al Hosklns.
PROGRAMME FOR T0-DAY,
10,00 A, M. Judging four pony talllona,
10 lb A M Judging sven Shatland
broodmare. Claaa 25.
10:30 A. M. Judging four hacknay lUI
lions, Class 12 , ,
10.45 A M. Judging nine hackney tJ
Hons. Clasa 13. ...... ....
11 M0 A M Judging elglit thoroughbred
atalllons, Clasa 1.
lliSS A. M, .fudging nlns horse aultabls
to become hunters. Claaa 113.
11:50 A M Judging thirty.one huntars
for th' Msclay Cup. Class 15.
1 00 I". M rteces.
2:00 I' M. Judging four pair of hajnaas
honea (novice). Class 45,
Silt 1. M Judging seven saddle horses.
2:30 I. M. Judging five trotter with
record of 2:30 nr better. Clasa 34
2:45 V M. Judging twelve ponle Id har
ness, driven bv children, Class S3.
3:00 V. M Judging nine pair of harneaa
horsea iHrewstcr iirlac), Class ill
3:56 I'. M. Judging thirteen thoroughbred
saddle horses, Class 9". .... ,
3:60 P. M International Contest Final
Judging of twenty. three offlcera charger.
Claaa 1 09. . ,
1:15 P. M. Judging fli" teame of ponies
In harness (fnur.ln.handsi, Class ,
4.30 P M, Judging live pair roadeter.
CMaas 37. , . .
4 45 P. M. Judging alx palra of harness
horses. Class 4H
5 10 P. M Judging twenty qualified
hvnter Claaa 11,
h'00 P. M, Hecess.
S.OO f, M. Judging eleven harness horiM
,H.,lur.M Cllisn 55.
S:!0 P, M. Judglnr nvo ladks' aaddla
horaaa, Udle to rid e, r I ass 96.
ilS5 1 M. Judging nine tandems.
Claaa 6s. , .
aisll I .U -,IU(lKIOfi iuui i.iiid u.
form over th. c.ur.e, CI...