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THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
10 m CHEERS
Inloinationnl Broad Junipers .
House I nlu'iird Of tn-
FIRST TIME II. S. WINS
Women Hold Attention
(iny and Interesting
niMTISIIEKS ARK SMII.l.VU
I ii ti li (Jets n Nine
.c i h demonstrative f nthuslnsm as
no" liffir was srea at a hor.o show
P" .i.uil brought Madison Square Gar
i. n .ip standing last night when the
I'-.;;, , states, outstripping tlrst one
! I .--!, rival and then another, carried
. the honors In the International
i. jumping loi.tcs.s. Tho usual
....,1 oiVn perfunetory seeming I
' ' -I'Plnu whirl. Is society's us.L.I .
l iif t'pt..t.!.in Its mot violent
n . w.i ilrowned In cheer ami
u.iMv s.-emed to lift
11 V ilr .if the Tenth Pnvnlrv '
... . ... . .., '. .. ,. .li
i I h
1 -p'eir iil mmint KL-o a clean foot
i' '. ;h- iiri'-;i f.-nco and well acrnss ,
. .-Veen !' t of wai-r l yjind It,
Yi.e , .impi !it:nn was f.ir a cup pre-I
i. i" Iteiiort A. I'alrhalrn. It was
i.ir- wh-n England won the Initial'
" r t twi ears ago Last year the
! f.-ii to lhdlatid, but this year's
n. .,f hee.i competition was en-1
I., him; then. KngllHh. Canadian
;.'-... h.rses i.re amoni; tlj
:(..;m that es-.ned the dilllcult
. le..rmg brush fence and llfteen
i v.i-er last night under the condl-
- f the short run possible In the
" inlv four succeeded Hesldev
!' ult inute winner, and Sues, the
!... the itelclans got one over'w"" their daughter. Miss Miriam Harri-.-
' .md l.leut. John, O. Queke-' nian, and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver llarriman
: ! !":ft!i i'axalry qualified nn-, in hox S5 last night. Mrs Alfred Vander
i f c th I'nlted States In Deceive. hilt had as her guest for the evening Ml"s
"e i.mp w.i- widened after each Kleonora Sears. Her guests in the nfter
' ''"I the I'.ilulau representative noon were Mrs. E. Hoevo Merritt and Misi
.l .ir the set nnd attempt. The next ' Lucille Thornton. Mrs, Kdwanl 'i ,
i na p'ii ..ut Deceive hv the nar-1 Stotesbury visited the show for the tlrst
- nuiBln. This left the Issue to'"'"" dnng tho afternoon. With her
.i.i i-e, u.,11, ii.. n.,, i ., i were her daughter, Mrs. Walter llrooks,
.. id 1 .... vMth Holland nnd the jr , nnd Mss T-ottn KobinMin in box 10.
. x .t. - e rontemllng nations. Mi!ls Kntherine Klklns was with Judge
u .s ; ,e turn of the Dutch horye. ar.d Mrs. William II Moore in box 1.1
Iltst. Three times be tried during both tho ufternoon and evening
I on .ml. ndii.pt his heels juU , sessions " In box 3'.' during the afternoon
d f. watt.- aifd splashed enough , Wfr.t' M,r nnt' MrM, w Ooadby I oew and
.r. ...U h.gettiuc a clean record. , ' '.' ,hil )r UIld .1." ' "V.?1 b"f w1n
.,, . , i. ..i ii... i . -ii -'Irs. tl.arles Dana Gibson. Mrs. Charles
' 1,1 wldrned t. elsl - p I( oelrichs cocuple.1 box 5S and with
.i .l the spectator.- held their , ,Pr Wlr,. Mr and Mrs. J. Gordon Douglas.
.. li and inotrd haul for the Amcrl-, John Mt ullough and G. Louis Boissevaln.
n lea - . Hi,.. He f.ilKd on the tlrst After tho show Mr and Mrs. Preston
oipt le n hair's breadth and on the Gibson gave a supper in the Plaza, fol
A .nd . 'niiU the brush hurdle In ris-1 ot'd by dancing. The 'guest were
a. o .h .t a.'aln his heels were wet. I Mrv ""' -VrB' vlf,r'1 ,- B7dtrBi,JMr-
i.i'l! "' 1 " ."peittitois stood iip as
of ."pot ttitois stood up
it A.lalr shook rim up for his final
on. u burse," r..ng clearly
dafbeii ilown hi (he jump.
" nd. d nobly and Just sklm"
brii-li Hew across the Inter
watir uiui ruuhed the turf.
with a f.int lo
hi'n ,c li net 'il a Suburban win
li i n the fcocd old days rose from all
hid. i.f the Clardcn and the applause
l--,)t rlneing till the band drowned It
With 'The Star Spangled Manner."
The gloom on the face" of the Knsli-h
M-i'nr. wa- artialiy dispelled yestor
'iy v.h-n Mis Mona Dunn at last re-
ved tne blue, l.?r pluck in coming so
t i" merited in the class for ponies under
.dd!e Mi.j Maud I'rewce. the eight-ve-c-old
nice of (Jetlfrpy I'reece, rods
'Jerrylpgf. .mil the combination was an
ex lleiit on, for It took tho fancy of the
hM'i Utorsand drew forth applause during
the evolutions that was redoubled when
the blue was uwurdel.
Later in tho day the F.nglish horsemen,
win lind almost forgotten how to smile,
Mere broadly mirthful, for in tho most
in-ranclng class of the afternoon a pre
i n "H decision of the Judges was partially
re.ersed and the F.nglish maro Sceptre
v .is laced nbovo Mibs H D. Atterbury's
c ...I victress I'atrioia. Theso victories
hi... need the Knglish contingent Ithat
v wero mistaken in up(iosing thero
inv prejudico on th'i judge part
i-i horses from overseas,
"cimen showed greut skill in put
iir I orhCK over tho jumps, and
ni.ooi two animals were fractious
ni' riders controlled them so
i'eio wes no mishap of a' nerious
tcrlmiy's two wins gave hor
d hit blues, all gained in theMiddle
- Nickel I'idto unci Patrioia.
id l.U'kilig t'ureo lllsts of erpial
.if ii li Moore, who hus gained
chief" ribbons, mostly in the
.sees, with an occasional Incur-
'tic liuld of tho ponies. Thern
tur third nla.ee among winners
n .1. Camplxli ' Thompson and
' nnderbllt mado his onlyt
I' 'I in the ring in tho attemp.
I 'nrht tho Nala Challengo cup.
r i.inies, which had won in two
- "i:u-9, was equal to tho occasion
i oil tho cup presented by J. W.
an in honor of his great gig horse
t r lanently in tho possession of
'Ml. Liu .Mr. Vanderbllt announced
1 1 ' i low the precedent set by Will
Mii iro. owner of Forest King, nnd
I' it -nan, owner of Nala. und give
' pit? hordes to replace the ono ho
-' won. but that the conditions
1 s tghtly different.
''.'A- DAY WITH THE JUDGES.
' 'lie first timo since tho show opened
' i.le i-all yesterday morning in tho
ig ilaes for two year old ClydeB-f-iilcil
to elicit any response. Throe
I i In. hi ivy breed have boon entered by
' vn Urn, of Claromont, Ont., but
- on tho farm provonted their.
' inj nnd us there wero no other entries
Us4 was declariHt void,
1'fom tho ponderous Clydesdales the
l""irrnmmi jumped to pony atalllons
nr.t excei-dlng fourteen hands, Thoso
fl' iwn wero mlnlaturo hackneys and tho
owirrl went to M. V. Goodbody's I.yn
hurst Phosphorous, which was brought
"ver for tho show by Ernest Fownos, tho
noted rnidon whip. His victory put
Irvington Model, a froijuent winner in
the Garden, in lecond placa.
August fielmont wus represented for
first time at thii show In the class
stallions sultablo for getting polo
l-onies. Us thowed Factor, a bay, but
had to be content with the rod ribbon.
B. Phlppa'i bltok m MoonUght
achieved the distinction of the blue In
n now clans for pony mare, with August
llolmont'H Ho Oood taking tho red.
A class of importance nnd one that in a
way revf-rnod n decision at thin show, nn
well an the nwnrd lit wveral of tho HUm
iner Miowh, wa that for ladleH' rwIcIIb
horej over H.2 and not exceeding 15.3.
Mh Monn Dunn hlmned Kciptri', u liay
jnare. which had been lien leu on .Monday
ty .mish li. I). Atterlttirv'H Patricia in the
clasH for naddler that did not mil fur
'. "'Jr'.. ai,, in ti.u rius WH. mm.
''S - v v,,lc,h ,r,nJ."'r iny-rourth i.iu
riDiioti at tlio Slineola hIiow and had
ecored over Patrick (it nil the wimmer
pjiiiwh in wiucn wns pair met.
The contract between the KngllHh and
American styles of vjicldler wax marked.
Hceritre, a lieuutifiilly formed animal,
cnrriiil her head level and throughout
the whole test never made n mistake.
Her manners were perfect. Kosabcl
for onco was a disapKintment. Those
who have watched her in frequent com
petitions were surprised when she balked
while going through the walking exer
cise, .she also broke at tho trot and her
cantering wan not nearly so good as she
had shown at the summer shows:
Patricia put up a better exhibition
wh He trotting than any or the others
and her nead was held more Hourly level
than that of Hosabel. It was, however,
in manners, wnich counted 50 ier cent.,
hat, the Kngllsh mare outclassed her
rivals, and the award was In accord with
popular opinion when tho blue ribbon
was pinned on .Sceptre. Patrick had
the honor of beating Kosabel for tho first
time and wore tho red ribbon out of the
William H. Moore continued his suc
cesses In the appointment class in which
his daughter drove Lady Heat on. J.
Sumner Draper showed Hilllngt on Nimble,
which, in the rituililn hnmla nf Ml.. H..IU
Hooch, gave the biggest ribbon winner
u iiaru run tor me nine, ino award III
favor of Mr, Moore's, entry, howeer,
'' with tho general approval of the
,",?; cIlL,g for Raddl
ri(lU.n ,y a lady and one I .y a gentleman.
.Miss Atterlmry was compensated for the
defeat of Patricia In the earlier clfl
u,,,t "'are, accompanied by Nickel
V"'1'- "ImiwmI ho well that they gained
"'' I'oinikr as well as the judge's verdict
over the Knglish pair, Sunrioe and (hey
MANY BOX PARTIES.
ttrr Show En trrinlummt Hruln.
With Mappers and llmiers.
u i ... .m i ..
(Socit,' -till fintlsi the Horse Show a
"R T5"et a"d f.he ,,"mln""- or
,ho fourl" day was quite n repreM ntative
","P", 'rlloro wer' Hevernl Parties among
,no '""holders throughout the afternoon
"ml evening ond as usual the display
of costumes at night wus brilliant
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wright llarriman wero
n i.. i..r.i.. n L'i.nn. v.-..
Harry S. Hluck. lr and Sirs. Keginald
C Nanderbilt, W. Hh.nelander Stewart.
I Jr.. Silliam P Hurdeii. Mr. and Mrs.
J Stewart Harney. Mrs W. K ander
I hilt. Jr , Samuel D llabeock. Miss Mur
I garet Andrews, Mrs. James H. Kustis.
! Mr and Mrs Sydnev J Colford, Jr . and
Mr. and Mrs Julian McCarthy Little.
I'ONV STALLIONS AN D HIIOOD MAIIT..
'In ;i Stallions J year old or over no:
rtreedlni: 1 hands Flret. Lynhuril I'hos
phnru. owned by M V Uoodbody. second.
IriltiKioti Model, ownea by IrvlnKton Karm,
third. Il.mt.im Klnc. owned by William II
Moore fourth. Tire I.ad, owned by Charles
Clues 19 Stallions suitable for getting
polo pontes riret, llnoger Ited. owned by
Allan rinkerton. second. Factor, owned by
! AuKUt lie mom third, Stalwart Model,
onni-il b' 'Cliomas ,1 IteKili
I'laes 2t hetlalii stallions, to be shown
with thre of their net First, I"Vnce of
Vv.tlrs, owned bi ( hallos I. Ilunn. second.
Kins LarUo. owned by flenrse A Ileyl,
third. Cirundee, owned by Charles K. Ilunn,
fourth, IllarU lleau'y. owned by Mrs. How
ard A Starrett
Class :o Mures suitable for breeding polo
ponies First, Moonlight owned by John S.
i'hlpps; necontl, lie Hood, owned by August
iu-lniont. third. Lo Antreles, owned by Larl
W Hopping, fourth. Mary Thrift, owned
by Itancocas Stock Farm
IR'NTLItS AND JUMPERS
Cla 114 Horse not over t year of age.
middleweight KlrM. Supplement, owned and
ridden by F Ambrose Clark, second, Dom
ineer, owned and ridden by Clarence F.
Levin; third, Klkttdgr, owned hv Blenheim
Farm, ridden by H S. Hnlll. fourth. Wood
pigeon, owned by Arthur Fowler, ridden by
W D. Clelnnd,
Clans 11& Horsea not over years. Ilght
ivelBlu First. Hob II. tan. owned by S
Ilrjce Wing, ridden h W MrUrath. sicond,
Loyalty, owned, by Maplehurei Stud, rlilden
by l. H Lewis: third. Irish Nora, ownecf
by Illenhelm Farm, ridden by A Marble:
fourth. Duller Thompson, owned and ridden
by S Hryce wine
Clara 13s For best performance over four
successive Jumps five feet high First, Sham
rock, owned by Aylw-ard Hiding Academy,
ridden by D. Monahan, aecond, Sir Kdward.
owned by Hon. Adam Heck, ridden by T
Smith; third, Dan I.eno. owned and ridden
bv l.leut. H. M Stewart lllchardson,
Hleventh Hussars. Kngland, fourth, (lal
lant. owned by Miss Mona Dunn, ridden by
Class 117 Hunters, the property of
lady, In be ridden by ladles on side saddle
First. Willow King, owned by Cilen lllddle
Farm, ridden by Ml Marie Louise Thomp
son, aecond, Melrose, owned and ridden by
Mrs. Adam Uccki third, Sir Frederick, owned
and ridden by Mrs. Adam Heck, fourth,
.Sam, owned and ridden by Mrs. I'. A. Clark.
HOrtHISH IN HARNESS.
Class 46 -Novice clas. horses over H.3
First, Neatledown'a Itoh Itoy, owned by J
CamphelliThompson, drUen by r. Winter
bottom: second, Cadet, owned and driven by
William II. Moore, third. The Pilot, owned
and driven by James Mc.I.aan; fourth, Lady
Howard, owned by William B. Woodend,
driven by J C, Goodwin.
PONIES UNPKK SADDLE.
Clasa 101 Mares or geldings. 11 hands
nnd not exeeedlnK 13, 4 eara old or over
Flr.t, Merrylegs. owned by Miss Mona Dunn,
ridden by Miss Maud 'reece; aecond. Carl
ton Quality, owned by Payne Whitney, rid
den by J Schwelger: third, Cardiff, owned
by Klulnore Farm, ridden by Master C. Levy,
fourth, Ilurel, owned by Leo Colin, ridden
by Miss M. O. Weyher
Class JC .Horses, 4 jcars old or ower
First. Ituby, owned b) B. T Stoteshury,
driven by D. W. Robertson; second, Ten
erlfTr, owned and driven by William M V
Hoffman; ithlrd. Ilrother Snler, owned by K.
T Htotesbury. driven by F. Palmer; fourth,
Frances Haln, owned by Horatio N. Ualu,
driven, by Charles Miller.
Class 86 I. adits' saddle horses over 14,:
and not exceeding 16. S First, Sceptre,
owned by Miss Mona Dunn, ridden by Mils
L. Fleltman; second, Patricia, owned and
ridden by Mrs. II. It. Atterbury, third, Rosa
bel, owned and rlddrn by Mrs, W A. Mc
Olbbon: fourth, Marry Cnunteen, owned and
ridden by Miss Margaret II Rouss.
Class 143 For two suildle horses not un
der 15 hands, ono to be ridden by a lady,
the other by a gentleman First, Patricia,
ridden by Miss A.terburi, and Nickel Plate,
ridden by V. A, Mclllbboii, owned by Miss
II. D. Atterbury; second. Sunrise, ridden by
Miss Lldu Fleltman, and llrey Mist, ridden
by J. J. Vandemeer, owned by Miss Mom
Dunn, third. Disraeli, ridden by Miss K.
Webb, and My Illoinm. ridden by Jack
llnwman, owned by Little Farm: fourth,
Rostmoiid, ridden by Mrs. W. Ilrlsgs. and
Highland rilnrr. ridden by W. nrlggs, onned
by A, W, Atklnjon.
Class if Stallions, 3 yeara old and over
First, FllsW Prince, owned by Convngham
llros.i second, Mllkldo, owned by Robert A.
Falrbatrni third, Olugulllch, owned by
Henry A. C Taylor.
APPOINTMENT CLASS. ,
CUM S Marei or gaUlnrs. to bt shown
to ladlta phlsaton. hd let t drive Klrtt.
Lady tatoo. ewattl fcjr W. U. Htsvt, tUWta
hr MIm P. Meorsi Meond. Btlllngton Nimble,
nwn.il by J. Sumner Draper, driven by Mln
Belle Ilrarh: third, I'anilara Queen, owned
ami driven by Mr. C. Cecil Killer; fourth,
Mld of Honor, owned and driven by Mr.
Jullua H WaUh,
CUm ID; Ponies up tn rarrylnK 150
fouiidi' Klrel, l.l.Fitt, oivn.il and ridden by
lenry ('. liilup". .econil. The Lidy, owned
nnd tldVen by llodfrey 1'reecej ilurd, Col
leen lltinn. ownrd by W Avrll llarriman,
rlilden by C r Itunieeui fourth, I'ounlry
Hoy, onned by Mr. David Wasetatf, ridden
b) A Klnrn-y
lltlllPr.S IN IIAltNICSS.
Cla it Dealers rlai palra of horees
not under IS li.in.l. - Klrit, Tip Top and Tap
Notch, owned by Kmll Heellr. driven by
William Kenncii , eecnnd, Mandlda and
Hprln Maid, ootied and driven by Kmll
9rell(, third, (Ira) Illrd and llnrbrr, owned
by Kmll Seelli. driven by J, F. Uelioe;
fourth, Htarllflil and Sunlight, owned and
driven by John Doyle.
C!m tl Dealer rae: runabout horeea
nol under IS hand and not eireeding li.:
Flrat, I.oril Deliinare, owned by Jamea Mc
Lean, dtlvni by V l'almeri aarond. Honor
(llrl, owned and drtten bf Mrs. Jullu S.
Walehi third, leene. owned by Wlllladen
l-'arm, driven by Marry Donnon; fourth.
HlanfM, owned by Lehman atraim, driven
by C llackiw.
rijen 10 The "Naln" Challenge cupj
linri.ee eultalile for tlK" -tirnt, Mir Jamra,
onned and driven by Alfred II. Vanderbllt,
le.erie, Trtuiiipli, fpfned and driven ay
t'le Hi III ttnore Challenge cup; for
ml. lie horrea aultabte for irk riding Kind.
Nickel Plale. onned and ridden by Ml It.
iiiiiiaiii t, m-ui nrj.
Atterbury, reaerve. Merry Counteta.
owned and ridden by Mln.i Murium li
Claae 114 llroad water Jump for rup pre
eenled by Itobert A. Kalrbalrn Firm, Klco,
owned and ridden by t.letit II H. Ailalr,
Tenth United Statei Cavalry, aerond, 8 pre,
owned and ridden by Lieut C II. La
bnurhere, Itoyal Holland Iluieare; third, De
ceive, owned and ridden by Lieut, John (I.
OU'kemeyer, Fifth United State Cavalry;
fourth. Kapho, owned and ridden by Lieut.
L Van Dooren, Flret Lancer., Belgium,
HORSE SHOW NOTES.
Mill Kata Cary of Lenot and W'eetrliee.
ter. the only woman who ever won a
.pfvl.il ilae for four.nhuiid drlilng at the
Harden, waa a looker on
Hen llrajtun hi, .lie trotting eperlallit
and one of the nrsi lo eiperlment nllh the
trotter and hackney croee, waa a morning
Paul A Sorg. winner of the elae for
road teams tn 10 and t 1 u. anil Mm riorg
were ronetnnt In attendance during the har
nre horse Judging.
There are no Morgan at the ahow. the
rlaee for the Ope which wae put on two
(are ago having failed to fill
' Vou eee." a a eiiulre of dame wa over,
heard to nay, ".I I'lerpont Morgan had the
breed named alter htm. but he son't exhibit
ihla ear becaune (he prW money le not
large enough to temp, him "
'They'll bate John D. Rockefeller enow
Ing rocking horeee hera neu," remarked a
lletner In the crowd
.lohn II, Shutte, Jr. and II K Rloodgood,
both noted tandem whip at earlier eliowe,
were among the onlookera from the club
boi They have not been among the drivers
Morton W Smith, now of yachting tame,
but formerly a gjolo player and rider In hunt
race, wae mi onlooker and toud In hi
pral.e of the hore- a the beet meant of
recreation and mo.l laatlag
"I rode Dandy, who wen In the clan for
eaddle ponle. ut the opening ahow of
HS." remarked Mr Hmlth "And I am
coming back lo the fun neit ear l'h
many more I could name'
Moit noticeable of the coate worn by the
men Ihla tear are the cutaways, worn In
eultlnge or of black with gray trou.era
The coale are of one. tao or three button.
braided on the ediea. and the .
are Invariably turned up at the
.1 W Aihbr. who 1 ronnnt.it with the
Olympla ahow In London, hae been a dally ' mon,v contention that direct rail service
lltor at the Garden and enthue Uet c , ., . , , M,nl,lt'in ahnnld
over all the arrangement. alone the et side of Manhattan sliotii u
Ilefore the clae for middle and light-1 be continuous has hroucht about the dead
weight chargers In the afternoon there n.i which has threatened the cltv's Com
a commotion among tho Il'lfUn repre.en-' . .., .... Wliitever
tatHe,. who inl.e-u one of their rider, and merce for the lnt tv.o ears. Whatever
Lieut Van Dooren went to Secretary Hde 1 may be the merit of th" rival plans, It I
l".'l".n,,"l1 ... . . ..... 1 Imperative that the dlHmite reRnrdlnT this
ne hale Inst Lieut Devote." he e ' . , .i...ii .i,ii ... decided
claimed. "On our way here he went down fundamental principle shall lis ilefitlecl
Into the subway and he may be In I'hlla-i without further d-lay If It Is tinwlae to
'Ilphlnow. we fear. -'What will tr do?" ,acontlnui tho tracks below Thirtieth
".Shall we eend out sn alarm for h Wi . , .. j.,.,. ..,i y,, i
through the police?" queried the eerreiary street, then no further delay need be in
In solicitude I rurred In considerlnB the committee s
Yes nn' it Is terrible!" exclaimed t.leut
Von Dooren "We are disconsolate."
Secretary Hyde took the case under con
sideration Presently. In full regimentals
and as cool a the proverbial cucumber the
missing nmeer came strolling into the iar-
den. He did not offer any explanation, but
eiiruBgeu ni snouiuers and hurried orr to
ride In the class ,
PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAY .
1000 A U Judfftnff two trotters, stallions.!
Jearnld n i -
10 10 A. M - Jiidelne iwo trotter, stallion,
101il A 11 Judetnr four trotters, fillies.
years old. Class 7
10.3S A M. Judging four trotters, stallion,
kepi fur tcr Ice. Class 3
m:Vi A. M Judging three of the get of a hack
ney stallion 14 entries. .ClaMt
ll-io M Judging hackney stallions for the
Challenge cup, Cla s
I1U) A M Judging pony stallions for the
championship, Cla ?,
lf.4.1 A u .Mull-Ire Clydesdale stallions for
the championship, Class 31.
i: M Judging twenty thoroughbred horses
suitable to become hunters, Ctat lift.
ll P U Ueces
:tnp M Judging Ave pair of harness horses
I (noilcei. Civs 47
' 230 V XI Judcrlnc seventeen nonles under
saddle, Clara 1(0.
::li P U Judging thirteen roaditera and best
appointed road rigs. Class 3.
.1:15 P, M. Judging eleven horses shown to
ladle.' phaetons, tidies to drive. Class ISA.
Slop. VI - Judging four pony tanden-ia.ClaasM.
4xin p. U. -Judging Dftren saddle horses,
ladles to ride. Class M.
4:25 p. M. Judging twenty-three pairs of
hunlera or Jumpers ridden abreast over the
Jumps. Clas 137.
5-ou P. M. Judging Ihlriy-seven horsea of the
officers nt the l.'nlted States army over the course
for the Beresford Challenge cup, Class 134.
TJ0 P. U Iteces.
sua I M Judging nineteen saddle horses,
s:) P. II. Judging nine hrkn-vs or hilf-
bred hackney In harnev for the Waldorf-Astoria
cup, Clasa 141.
so P U, Judging three road teams. Clas :
o.io P. 11 -International contest, Judging
officers' horses taking the fences two abreast,
P 11 -Judging thirty-eight qualified
hunters ridden by amateurs (Corinthian., Cla
SUBWAY CONTRACTS SOON.
Pnhlle Ilrarlnara Are Rzpeeled to
Come airfare Th-anksslvln-g.
Contracts under which the B. It. T.
and the InterboroitRh will operate the
city's new subwny systems will bo ready
for public hearing before ThankssivinK.
The points upon which differences of
opinion with the city officials exist are
chiefly matters of finance. The routes
wero agreed upon In February of last
year and tho main question of finance,
such as precedence In distribution of
earnings, were also understood and in
corporated In the offers of the companies.
The Interborough contract is almost
complete. Only a few minor details
have to be settled, and these are not re-
fiarded as formidable. In the Brooklyn
tapid Transit contract the clause under
which the city can reclaim tho lines and
institute muniolpal operation has been
a main point jpf difficulty. It is under
stood that tho major details of this ar
rangement have at last been settled.
Ino B. It. T. wants to got tho operating
contract signed. Early In October it bor
rowed $40, 000, 000 on snort time notes at
a per cent. This money has lain idle
drawing Interest at 8 per cent.
The Interborough Is not in the same
financial position. It made an agreement
with Its bankers whereby it can get money
when it is ready to use it. But when it
does undertake to raise the cash it will
not be on the favorable terms secured
by tho B. It. 'J'. The Interborough's
bonds will lie taken by the bankers at 93H.
whereas the B. It. T.'s bonds will go at 07.
Both Issues will bear t per cent.
ASKS WHOLE TOWN TO WEDDING,
Merchant Orders 1,000 Fore I for
Uaashtrr'a Marrlaicr Sapper.
Worcestbr, Mass., Nov. 20. Next
Tuesday every Inhabitant In the town
of Westboro will be made happy, for
Nathan Olnsberg, n retired merchant,
will have them all at the wedding of
his daughter, Ida Olnsberg, to Uernard
Matrows of Boston.
,The ceremony will be la the town
SAYS WAY OUT IS EASY
iMiiillpnffos Terminal Committee
to Attnek His Plans nnd
llefcnd Its Own.
There promises lo bo a wide rango of
opinion aired at a public hearing in the
Council Chamber.City Hall, at 10:30 o'clock
.j,u morning on the report, of the terminal
I "" ' V. , .,' i e i. .i
'committee of tho Board of hrttltnato and
Apportionment as to adopting tho com
mltteo's suggestion that ono important
feattu-e of the West Side waterfront
problem may be solved by tho cutting
inland between West Forty-fourth and
West Fifty-ninth streets to a point noar
Twolfth avenuo for the construction of
1,000 foot piers.
Vy this proposed adjustment ths com
mittee floured It would be possible for
the city to build eight largo piers, furnish
ing u convenient landing place for passen
gers or express steamships adjacent to
the hotel district and terminals of the
New York Central nnd tho Pennsylvania
Dock Commissioner Calvin Tomkln
sent a letter yesterday to Mayor fiaynor,
chairman of the board, advising that the
entire West Side terminal development
should le considered as a unit, at least
from Sixtieth street south, declaring
that the construction of piers and docks
throughout tho entire district should be
considered in relation to and dependent
upon the organization of marginal
facilities. The Commissioner wrote:
If tho Hoard of Ktlnvite shall at onfe
authorize the Hook Department to proceed
with romprehemlve plan and the Federal
authorities nre thii assured of the itood
lalth of Shi city. It Is reasonably certain
that the Secretary of War will cooperate
In every prnrtlcabl way to promote the
city's eftorts for relief, nnd this could have
been secured with much smaller Immediate
eHnditure than that Involved In water
front iicuulsltlon nnd eicavntlon above
The contention of the Hoard of F.stlmato's
terminal committee that the only railroad
traoks reaching Manhattan fron.lhe Wet
ah.ill bo diarontlniied nt Thirtlefh street
,i .i,.. ,iri,., Ili-htcrnce and car float
. . ...i i,n h nli.
I licileiiri- m iwn'-i .. ...w.. -
lirilirtir iw i"
wtitntoil. na nnnoii'd to the Dock Uepart-
"Isolated terminals" plan. If rurther rlls
cti'slon la.needrd this should be forced on
Since the deadlock mu.t continue uniu
., , Y .. t i i.. .k.. ho
the lie is settled. I deeply regret that the
commllteo na noc puiuiciy aiivi-i mi
,. j ,i,i.ill it nwn. nnd even nt
this late dale I nitaln urge upon It a prompt
reply to the follow Inc utierie-
I Since the principal wholesale district
nl il. ,iltv i. i nnncrteil with the State and
.... n i i .1,1.
(tiumo iraij n; .in. iii,..., ... .... ...n
fact has re-Milted II. the absorption of IlKht-
eraae chiirtrs by nil tho other railroads
Mahout the nort (which Is of immeu.') In
dustrial ami commercial ndvantngc to the
city I It ilenirahle that the track of this
one roati chould lie terminated at Thirtieth
?. In It llkelr that the State of New York
will fa-rniit this?
3 In view of its richts and Interests I Il
llkelv that the Central railroad will submit
. Is it likely that the courts will permit
5 .Will nol such discontinuance Impose
n still more Intensive railway pier terminal
service on the lower Manhattan waterfront,
will not eilstlnit ongestion liecome worse
confounded as the railroad traffic grows,
and will not necessary expansion of thl
float In i; railroad yard piogresslvely drive
more uud more of the marine commerce
naturally seelilne Manhattan to less con
venient and desirable terminal?
n What will he the effect upon manu
facturing concerns like the National Ills
cnlt Company depending upon railroad con
nection, ami what will he the effect upon
real estate values and tax receipts along
the West Side ill cuttlnB off abuttlnc prop
erty from the future possibility of such
7 'I he report of the New York State
Kood InveatlL'atini; Commission on the cost
ot living in New ork city and Its relation
to terminal markets will receive prompt
attention when the lcislattire meets.
Is It not probable that the creation of such
a West Hide market, to which all the rail
roads shall have direct access, will become
as ciiitent as Is now the long pier problem?
And bow will It tie possible to provide for
such a market accessible to all the roads
and toincidently lo relievo railroad terminal
conieostlon at the West Hide except by the
construction of a public marginal railway
which shall make sslble the develop,
ment of many terminals along its route?
8. Should not private obstructions be
promptly removed from the street ends
along the river front, so that any water
front development plan may lie the more
promptly eiecuted when determined upon
and In the interim north and south transit
ulong the waterfront facilitated?
0. If local coarse freights such as build
ing materials, cool, lumber. Ac., are to bs
excluded Irom the district between Forty
third and Fifty-ninth streets, where can
this business be provided for?
Tho joint waterfront board has adopted
tho folJowinR resolution:
'Kmnlrtd, That tho Joint waterfront board
of the port of New ork hereby approves
of tho plan proposed -nnd submitted to
the Hoard of Kstltnate ond Apportionment
by tho Dock Commissioner for a continuous
terminal railway and subsidiary facilities
lo serve and connect the entlro Brooklyn
waterfront between the Brooklyn Bridee
and Day Itidge.and urges upon tho Board of
F.stimate and Apportionment (ho opproval
of said plan.
ly lell Inch
J I siTitttl.
Skt hu sal intt me tit
tht rttalti f ytut l Ittth
inf iss! rfin in tht ikt tint,
tn tht tti, tni tvtt tht Aintinf
1 wuui icawitErt wwyiEwmK I
Writes to Miiyor
CASH REGISTER TRIAL OPENS.
Finn- In Jury Panel Cnnaed SHaht
Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov 20. The selec
tion of a jury was completed to-day in tho
United States Court for tho trial of tho
thirty officers and ex-olflcers of tho Na
tional Cash Kejlster Company of Dayton
on tho chargo of Infraction of tho .Sher
man anti-trust law. To-morrow testi
mony will begin.
It wag announced that a technical flaw
h.'itl been found in the drawing of tho
second venire which might invalidate
tho trial. From tho now venire which
Judga Hollister selected at once, appar
ently largely at random from tho city
directory, but little difficulty was exper
ienced In filling of the Jury box. Judge
Hollister announced that a special trial
would not bo necessary for . M. Cum
mlngs, sales manager for the compunv
at Brooklyn, who is ill,
"PRmCE" BEFORE GRAND JURY.
5paila Kara Charged With "rtttnsi
Bomb That Hurt Many,
A young Italian who says ho is a princo
whoso family name goes back to tho
middlo ages and who lias spent most
of the elghtoen months ho has been In
this country In bad company was the
subject of a Grand Jury inquiry yester
day. An indictment was found against
him for setting a bomb to a moving pic.
ture show. Ho is Muzio Spada Fara,
IB years old, of Palermo.
Eighteen months ago, according to
the police Hpnda Fara fell out with his
elder brother and cnmti to Now York to
seek his fortuno. On Wednesday, No
vember 8, ho pushed his way nlono into
n moving pieturo show nt 178 First ave
nue and was put out, it is said.
On Saturday evening following Spada
Fara was seen by Frank Mnrinno, n helper
at tho theatre, to go into n side entrance
to tho show. In n minute he camo run
ning out und then followed nn explosion
which injured u score of those in the
WILD BEASTS TO AID THE TAME.
I.retare for ilruent of Women's
I.ensne for Anlninla.
Till la the afternoon when the wild
nnlninl nre to help the tnmo animal, for
Itoilmm Wnnamuker has nrranited for n
lecture to tie given st the Wnnamaker
Auditorium, the proceed to bo to the
hospital liuililiiiK fund of Hie New York
Women's l.eacue for Allium!.. The talk
I to be by l)r, .loaeph Koestith Dixon,
It I railed "The Wild Life of the Plain nnd
the (Ilories of the Yellowstone," am 1 to tin
set off by picture showing bear, deer utid
n inii;i ill iiuiiii.
Mrs. .Int.ies Siieyer. preltlent of the I
leauuo. I confident that u Mibstnnllal kiiiii
lll bo raleisl. Amoni; thn who linvei
suhrrihiMl for scuts and Ikiip nre: .lira,
denote llluiuenthnl. .Mr Itobert lirewater, '
Mr, llonry Ciena, Mrn. C. C Curler, .Mr, t
W P Ihiiiirlaa. i:ilo ilo Wolfe. Mra. .Initio
II Dickson, Mrs ilc-rrniii. Dtiryea, .Mrs, 1
ninyi renin I 111. .Mrs. II. liliry, .Mrs,
Kiln III (iould, Mrs. (ioorifi' fioulil, Mrs
.lohn Mays ll.ir.iinonil. Mrn, Kclwnnl Hurlc
ne, .Mrs, .1. .lullo llentm, Mr. II. II. Ilollin
Mrs T l Mutton. Mrs. Philip l.j-dlg. .Mrs
l.veru Muey. Ml-s Kllmbeth Mnrliitry,
Mrs. .lohn Mni.vi Mrs. It. (? Mi'iitl. Miss
.tine T Moreno, Mrs .1 Djoeley Prince,
Mrs. Charles Ii. Proctor. Mrs. Henry S. Itisl
luond, Mm. Urnionrl Smith, Mis. .lame
.-ineyer, .lira. rretierieK . Vatiirlllt
.ii rs. tan i.e.
ten nnd Jir William Slorrs'
Kail filter I.lnr (o Mote tn Pier 14,
The Fnll Itlver t.ine I golnc lo move next
Saturday from It present location at Plur
10. North Hirer. loot of Warren street, tn
Pier 14. North Itlver. foot or I'tilton street,
The line has occupied Pier 10 lor tlilrty
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ONLY 345,000 EXPRESS RATES.
tlaltwar Commissioner Glail of Re.
dnctlon From 00,000,000.
Washington, Nov. 20. At to-day's
session of the annual convention of the
National Association of Railway Com
iniaslonare the following officer were
eleoted: O. P. fiothlin or Ohio, president;
li. B. Finn of Kentucky, first vice-presi
dent; Clifford Thorn of Iowa, .second
vice-president and W, B. Connelly of ths
Interstate Commerce Commlslon, sec
The committee on express service
and rates commended tho order of the
Interstate Commerce Commission re-
formlng the express rates of the country
and said the order would reduce the num
ber of individual express rates In the
United States from CO,000,000 to 345.0CO.
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