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THE SUN, SUNDAY, ' NOVEMBER 29, 1914.
LITTLE MALTESE DOG
PROMINENT FIGURES AT THE BIG 'SHOWS
HOST OF FINE DOGS
AT SHERWOOD HALL1
Olilost of Small Tlreefls Seen
With Oreiiter Frequency
nt lleneli Shows.
DOUBT AS TO ITS OHKirX
The llltlo Mnltess iIor perhaps Im
prdperly ntylod "teirler"- Is a hanet'omo
Antnial. mid ll be well p i til there
ftr scvernl mx)d ouch of tlin variety to
b found about New Vork ami Philudel
pJli. 'file Mnllot.o iloai are more gea-
nral at the American shows tlmn t!iy are'
nt thorp In (ire-at Urltaln, ami of recent
yetrn they lmve been highly typical
pwiltrens In the pens nnd rings at the
leading ev rts-of this country.
The atillqulty of tin- Mnltcte eloir Is
undoulrte-illy of si-oat Interest, and ho
was much noticed by xx Titers of old. It
In k hcrully thotiRht that Im originally
rn.nu' fioni tho Island of Mrllti In tlio
Adriatic, near Palmatla. Thero are
Feme who contend tint ho oilKlnntesl In
Mol'ta In tho Mediterranean, near Slclty,
now know'n ns Malta. H.iwtlun In
Jfmfmt loyj considers tint there Is tto
qutf lion w hates cr as to the Maltese he
lm? hy f.ir (he oldest of all toy iIobs.
Two thousand years wro and more the
dainty creature xvas owned by tho ladles
cf Orccco and Home. Many early writ
ers h.i; mentioned these little does of
Mnlto. Arlitotl? did. and he died 322
II. C, and the elder Cnlllmachus, who wan
iilmost Mh ionlctnor.iry, likewise al
lude to them.
Callnnachus, who evidently paid con
siderable attention to doss and fax-ored
litem. mys that the little dog hero under
notice originally came from the Mcllta In
the Adriatic. The most complete record
of the early history of the Maltese Is to
l-e found In the Natural History of Ulysses
Aldrovandus. who died In 1C0T. Lee, In
referring to his work, written In Latin, re
marks that Aldrovandus says there xvero
two varieties of the Maltese dot?, one of
which nun comparatively short In Its coat,
the oth- r Ioiiit. and as ho was unable to
f.iy which was correct ho Rave Illustra
tions of each, lloth are Identical, exe-pt
o far as the coat Is concerned, that with
the longer Jacket bolni; pretty much the j
c.nno iioR as 1b found to-day. The second
Ik the smaller of the two, and although by
no means short coated It Is not so Ions
in hair as tho other.
In the seventeenth century tho best
colors were considered to be white and
roil. At tho present tlmo only white
eolored ones aro likely to be successful
In the rlmr, and even a Hiiro of lemon
of tin to be found about the ears will
jdnee. a dOB of this variety at a great
disadvantage- In competition. This lemon
tinge evidently comes from tho reds In the
breed of perhaps hundreds of jears aco.
The value of these done w;is always
larpe; Indeed, they v.e-io looked upon
as the iK'ts of the rich. Aldrovunui)
t-.iys he saw one sold for $",000. l.ee
thinks this deal was made probably nt
Itolocna during the period of Elizabeth
of Ktigland. It Is worthy of notu that
ut about this time Or. John Caluw, who
tiled in 1D7.1 and who was one of the
Kre.it authorities on dogs of the day,
wrote In reference to Maltese dogs : "There
l. besides tho-e which we have already
delivered, another set of pernio deppes In
this our l.'ngllsJio styl-, but exempted
from tlm order of residue. The ilogges
of this kitide tloth CaJllmachus call Mell-tn-rs,
of tho Isehuid of Mcllta, In tho sea
of Slolly (which at this day Is named
Malta, an Mand In deedo famous and
renowned " According to the
Vtifiitvi Hat's lAbrary. the Maltese dog It
the most ancient of the small spaniel
races, being figured on Itoman monuments
and mentioned by Strubo.
It xvas the evident desire of tho women
of old to keep their pet dogs small. So
puny did these lltt'e dentures becom
that the becamo of little u-se for breed
ing purpci.es. They were fed on heated
foods and kept in confined spaces such as
canlstus, Their prepared foods were of
xarlous kinds, but It Is said that dried
liver sprinkled with tho pared fresh bark
of the wild tip tree was a particularly
esteemed morsel by these pampered bits
of dog Mesh. In feeding Maltese terriers
to-day a chopping machine has pener
nlly to be nseti to prepare tho meal for a
larpe kennel of the.se dogs. It Is further
raid that queens of old fed their Maltese
terriers with the choicest vlanda and these
were served to them out of golden vases.
Considerable care has to be used In
J;eeplng Maltese terriers. They havo the
longest and moot sllkllko coats of all dogs,
Jlut notwithstanding tho delicacy of this
lialr it is well preserved, us may be teen
from the dogs now exhibited at tho big
vet 'a In this city. One of the best of the
Ma'.ve dog owned In New Vork or lis
neighborhood is Champion Sweet Sir
of byker, the property of Mrs. James
fJardner Uoisman of llrooklyn. Kwet Sir
was bred b Mrs. Carl Kallmann, who re
cently t'Old him at a very large price to
his present owner. Champion Sweet Sir
lias four champions on bin sire's tide and
Jilne champions on his clam's side. He be
came a champion at thirteen months old
and was the youngen of his breed on
record to gain tho title of champton, either
In America or In ICurope.
Sweet Sir Is certainly a splendid specl
man of his breed, and he Is an Ideal house
p.'t as well :ls an exhibition animal,
Among tile other owners of Maltese dogs
who exhibit them ure Mrs. Carl Kall
mann. .Mrs. M. Koerlln, Mrs. K. W. Mercer,
Mrs. J. II Co, Airs. Kred Seine, Mrs, M
rinkelsteiii, (. Markendorff, Miss Doro
fliea llntton. Mrs. Nlcnlnl, Mrs. I,. I,. Turn
er. Mr Charles r.eckinann. Mrs. William
Ward MacLeod, jir. M, Carey Coikhlll,
Mrs Henjamln H. Throop, Mrs. M. fi,
Quuckcnbntjli, 1'Vancls S. Uly, Mrs. II. A.
Tin b. II. Mrs. 1'". I..sbarnen, Miss K. I,
Newbold, Mis. lMward II. Terrlne, 1M
wsrd V. .Taeoby, Miss Itertha Sinker,
llss Anna M. Clyde, Leonard S. Miller,
Jllss K. Stlnzlnu, Mrs C. S. Hates.
Maltese terriers In America are ever so
much better In qualltv at the present time
than 1hey were twenty to thirty years
sgo. They are now more generally owned
nnd there can be little doubt tiiat the
club match shons now o greatly In
vogue have brought about a more' fro.
fluent entry or Maltese terriers nt the
smaller or every day or evening class of
In general appearance the Maltese dog
i a bright, sprightly and netlvo one. The
head should be much like that of a drop
'srod ske terrier miniature, but rather
shorter and thicker In muzzle, not mean
or snipe. The ears moderately long, cot
on rather low nnd covered with long
nllky hair mingling with that on the neck
nnd shoulder. The eve- cla'k and piercing
biH'ht nnd alert In expression, The nose
pure black and shiny.
The shoulder' sloping and not too wide.
The back short and cobby, rather than
lanky In shape, The legs rather short
than long, with fine bone, well feathered
throughout ; leggings Is to lie avoided:
fet small and covered with hair. The
tall short, woll feathered, particularly
toward the end, and gracefully carried
over the back; Us end listing on the
hlndrpiarters anil side. Tho coat long
straight and bllky. free from wool
liiltM or curl, when In form l,r,ul,l
I'early rench th- ground al sides: proftut
nii"ui"n-i mm rucM. rue color
should be puro white all nv, without
shad or tint. The. height at shoulder,
f to 12 Inches To" Wi.ght undev twelve
pounds, Hie Kir iMer 'he better. The Ia
vanab and Manilla do are svnnnvm tvieii
the Mu'tohO dog. uitnn breed- rs call the
;rer ones iiavdimii or Manllln dor, bul
the points are the sam.
Mr. .Inmr Cnrrtner Itosstunn,
ninirr of the fniiiiiiio .Xlnltrsr iloir
linnipliui vnret Mr of linker nml
n proniliietit rtirmbe-r of the Dcitf
licwern 1'reili-rtlto Assoelntlon,
be rlcht. St-rt Sir of lljkc-r.
DEFEND AMALGAMATION PLAN.
Thro.- I'roiiilneiit 1 1 1 1 rt (C Onnrrl
liistlfy .XIitkIiik of Clulis.
t'r.ilcr dato of November 24 Mesnrs.
Abram Ij. iSlllet'e, Alison M. Ledcrer nnd
Daniel P. ltllchey wrle from 32 Na-ssau
street, this city. In reference to tho amal
gamation of the Ilulldog Club of America
and the Itulldog Breeders' Association of
America, concerning which same discus
sion has recently been printed In the ken
Tub Hun was specifically Informed that
some of the members of the Breeders'
Association did not consider that the
amalgamation was a legal one. Inasmuch
as tho whole of the members of the asso
ciation had not been consulted and the
rules required th.it ,i two-thirds vote of
the association was requisite before any
thing could bo done In the way of amal
gamating with the rtullclog Club of Amer
ica. The Information given to Tun Svn
was expressly formulated by a prominent
member of the Hulldog- Breeders' Asso
It appears that under date of November
IT a Personal letter signed bv the treas-
urcr of the' Hulldog Breeders' Afecoclatlon
was addressed to Its members, and It is
to these questions that Messres. lllllette.
Ledercr and Iletchey reply.
"r-lrst. no ou want the Bulldog Ilrefd
crs' Association to continue?
"Second. Did you receive a notice of
the proposed amalg.ima'lon of the Hu'I-
dog Breeders' with the Hulldog Club of
The ai.wwers of Messrs. C.IIIi-tte, led
ercr and Itltchey to the foregoing ques
tions are :
"Kirst The Hulldog Breeders' Associa
tion passed out of existence on September
15, 1314, when those of its members wlm
took suillclcnt Interest to attend a spevl.il
meeting called for tho express purpose of
considering an amalgamation with the
Bulldog Club of America voted to amal
gamate: at this spfe'.il meeting the mem
bers received a report from a committ- e
on amalgamation wjuc'.i the pnsldent had
been directed to appoint by ote of the
annual membera' mi-ting of IVbruary.
1014. This report comprehensively nnd
dearly set forth the terms tentatively
agreed upon by the committees of the two
clubs In conference and upon which an
amalgamation coulei be consummated. The
report contained no recommendations
whatsoever. It was put before the meet
ing, unanimously adopted and the amal
gamation -with the BulldOR- Club wan au
thorized ujion cichtermof the agreement
Tho Bulldog Breeders' Association paused
aut or existence with the consent and ay
the vote of all those of Its members who
choe to exercise ihelr privileges as such.
sccotiu. A nottco of meeting specifi
cally stntlng the ptirprwo for which It wa
called was mailed on September ! to
every member In good standing, as ap
peared from a list t-ent A. M. Irferer by
one J. L. Ilorr.ix. the scretary of the
former Bulldog Breeders' Association, who
had expressed a desire to be relieved of
lilts olllclal duties and had resigned be
cause they became too onerous. Mr.
Charles 11. Wood, a former president of
the Breeders' Association, attended th"
meeting of the Bulldog Club, held Imme
diately after adjournment In the samo
premises, and there slated that he hail
receives! no notlco of tho special meeting
of tho Breeders' Association. This had
been duly posted him. The conclusion Is
Inevitable that he purpoly refrained
from attending the meeting If on the
ASKS AID FOR BELGIAN DOGS.
rhllnelelplilnn Siikkc-sIs Itrnerlt for
l-'nnr footed Wurrlors,
Joseph A Buchanan of Ambler, Pa., a
well known owner of English bulldogs.
Judge of all classes at the recent show of
the Bulldog Club of America show In New
Vork nnd chairman of the Atlnntln City
Kennel Club, writes to the kennel depart
ment of The Si-n as follows:
"I have been reading with n great deal
of Interest about the proposed dog show
to bo held In New Vork for the benefit of
tho Bed Cross Society to reteo the suf
fering Belgians, and In connection with
the show I want to make a suggestion,
'lint this show be given 1 1 relieve tho suf
fering and provide fond for the do;;s of
Belgium. My understanding of the dugs
of Belgium Is that they arc used for
many purposes, and I feel the dog lovers
of this country should do something to
relieve their suffering. If the show lo be
held In New Vork will net on this suggres
Hon I can assure the organizers that they
can depend on Philadelphia nnd vlelnltv
ti do their part to make It a ttucivsj.
show given In New Vork for this purpose
should have the cooperation of the West
mltiHter KennnI Club, and If they oh
Jected, I hardly think their objection
would be sustained by any member of the
American Konnei ciuti. I would bo
... .i i i .
' ..l.:J.. f""1'" opinions on
the above subject,'
SWEET SIR IS TRUE CHAMPION.
IiIKIp MnHesr 'Wins Prlrrs nt ris-err
SIiott Hi Kilters.
The maltes dog Champion Sweet Sir
of Dyker, tecenlly puix-hatved by Mrs.
James Hurdner Hossman of Hrooklvn
from Mrs. Carl Haumanu ot a tlgiiro
said to have lieen a record one, has
won nt numerous shows- and under pnv
eral JiMges This youn clog attained his
oliainplonshlp tho early age of 1.1
montlH, a hitherto unheard of perfor
marine, It Is claimed. At that ago a
Mnllesei clog In not In 0'is-slou of his
full and long coat, ivhlcb fhouM at leant
sweep tile ground,
Sweet Sir woh whelped August 24,
1012, and bred by Mrs. Hiiuminn and Is
out of her cOinmplon Dyker Dolly U by
Mrs. M.icLeod'n Champion Llltln Swe-et-hrn-t.
Mis. Hosnian'H new ilog Cham
mmi Kwet Sir has won nt Holmont P.tilt,
Sheeiishead Hay, Mlneoli, I," ucisfer, Pa.:
Alle-ntowii, Pu: Humson, N. .1.; Hiy
Shore, Albany, N, Y : New Haven, Conn ;
eireenwldi, Conn., nnd l'h'ltidelplila, (lie
inlges being William Blackburn, Mrte. W
W. M.tnt.'evl, ri. Muss Arnoll, Mm. M.n-lgo
Torpe, Miss Marj HenderMin, Mm. H.
M i-key, Mis. W. W Il-idlc-y. ,lanie,s Mor
timer, It. E. H. Ilctcr.dsohn and 11 r
Mix I, ) dice K. Hopkins ill .llenlo
I'nrk, Cnl.. tilm xs III Jiiilur nl the
I'e-Ulnue-sr ("lull ulinu nt the lintel
I'Inin lo-mnrroli, velth
her I'rler, i
Chnmplcin Miern nml I,n U'nim
BRIEF BITS OF DOG NEWS
The nullrtin. th- oftn nl or.-an of the (tr
man Nh'phor 1 loif ri in nt America, rajs
that Ot:o (lrc of I- : :huri; r.ho recently
returned from ilermanv :o this country, r--
norfH till; It I. n'..lilul Itnn .i.IHI. n !.,..
tmlne.1 l.i of any kind In liermany at the
i.neeoi time, ei m t o: the i": uoc iikv 1 inesi: win e open ror memliers- competl
beei tuken hy the itovernmrtit. while the t;ons., There are twen y single win ch.il-
to the armv volnn-irllv mine iir--dfri nd
..... . . .. ,., , ".iri'-i
owner a comjvin) 'ng )iclr clops.
roHowlnir ! tho :u
ipproie ! ..f or r ,-iip, e,l ,1 lo the ' ffforent
itr..w- eom-.ltt-. I tin. e;. -mm Shr-hfnl
Hoc e.iuL of imr!r-v Mi, Ame Tn-y, in the show. There Is to be another
I'i1 rii'.wJ1' .p- iiV '!"'"':"'' lr- Innovation a sale table, and this will con-
ssw'S: HA;Tn:,',rtrt Jtrrni'"'""--', ru"n,,',8( ,o,r,,t,atr :n-
Pmf. Rinbom. It. .1. Stewart. Wlt:i-.m Neu-1 'her new thing ubout this sliow is that
horr. u I je winter. J P Vniettman. H If ; child and fourth class money prizes will
Thr.ioti. En Myers. I.fcut. I'r-lte and Ver-1 be given.
vahKnlt i" u'rr.".', JJ1i T?05''.'. ' Am""J exhibitors will be Miss Alice
iY'lhVVMml'neter r. ' "bit"' 1 ' ""W". 'ho is repor'fd ,o be
Juope might bs ploleecl for Oi Otrmnn own,-r of some remarkable blue klt
lip doKi nt th Now York nhon- la reb- tens. Carroll Macy, who Is tuiv
ruar'- making her home at Ash Point. Ktw
A erpeofal prlt of J109 Is of?rd for oon-k County, Me, where she Is raising a fltst
!"fl"ii for the bent Alrei'ule terrier doc or i class cyjllectlon of peacocks and ICngllsh
Wtoh sir.-! by niii-irioii York imramr Me-(mongolian, gold, silver, Ladv Amhcist
sis'iT -aur.iini; ;' ri "it? btft lt
Th-K!or Offennon, th own. r of M-!r-! anu Ur!'ington fowls, will exhibit some of
pi-.-. mi. t!ie bIit mil, un.l it may b ! her best cats. Miss Ava Pollard will put
token by a iW or bitch of uny fk , on exhibition some high class blue e-ais.
Rntrles win c1o on Mem -In). IXt.mkrl 5'1" Krnoh's exhibits will be blue eved
14 for th "lllit Show for l.t-tle rvr" to white cits ami Miss Maud Ferrer of Vir
h.1 imder tti auspice of th Toy tp.inlt i glnla will be pre-sent with her roval
StfrtVy.-nraM.'rsr Tf-tira W"h MaCk
he-r ?s nrwi i Ti. .. i... ., points, und some white k leclmens
rmdy ben nnnnurred. but any part.eu'ars j
- - u ., ii.i .ii.iii i,ir pui-rir -eiMeTii,
ei-'Orge I- n,i.. . Lanedowno ti, or of the
sirretAry. Mrs Haroi-I S M"rl. 5.10 Wee
Senty-flfth street. Niv York.
The elenth Is nnnmineod of rr .Lime p
Howe of Boston. M ieei , n well Un.mn owner,
breeder nnd Jutlre of pointers t.ih In the
ring nnd tid Pr II iwn wis wed known
among cuti dog owning sportsmen. He h.iet
often offle1iii,s) n Juilce at ho-es and field
trl-il. end euoh was his high know!eire of
planters that hi nwcinls were ulw-n)s re
clid with murh reeH-et.
Tho Amerlrun Vetertncvrv Oollege will
bold a sperkil me-tng on Wednesday sis.
nlnir. Icernher et p o'elork at w hleh time
ei piper will I, read on "Dr etoMmtsr'e
CMImatuin nnd Its HfTs.-t on the V.-terln-ai-'Tns
of (Irr-iter New York" Tho piper
will i rood bv Dr Meltuglilln
nntrles nre sitsfiron- for th Vlritlnln
Cir"1lrm Field Trills e-luh. co-nmenlnc ne-nr
f'h-'.e rttv, Vn , on fVe Tiber Th Jui3ko
will lie ChnrVe W. T), A.ex Wyness nnd
Mr tjevircv A Pp-lnkel Birds nr.- reported
as plentiful, c n Cesilee Is weret.iry, and
may bo nddrsesed nt Chns City, Vn
The date of o!olng entrlej for the Tetns
Held Trial Asoolatlon at fyprPF. T x
lw lwn extended to nsrs-nibsr 1. The
trl.il-i tik p'aiv on r, hrunry 1 and entries
to msmlTc' stnkes eloss on Jxinunry St
The eer-ni.ry Is A Penny, to: '4 Main
street. Hou.ton, Tex
Mr H V rnrn. . tjie weM Itnnw-n puMIe
lhi'.o:TllOlnr Of llOR. :,t,, eti-, W'J (H, ,
he e'i! Sl.iov a- the eir-md c-ntrel Pxlnre
his week Her f, Ine stll-llra ore eonsMeri1
highly nrrtntie ml Imiutlful both In thetr
vwee .mil poi-trnlture.
The Vermrnx Conipatiy. vh4eh lies ben
so siieces.ful with Its excellent remedy for
s-orms In eo(. I. siiortiv putting on the
mnrlr-t n full Hs of kennel reTuteltec both
for i!ocn In slelenes mil he.ilth They will
icitne highly reronil-le filled
The West Pht'ildelphl Kennel eTplh -ill
hold ein evenlne; biw on .Tunusry 3, 1915,
The e'nnton, Ohio, Kennl Cluh will hold
Its nnriiri'l show on Peeemb.-r 10, 11 nrd
i: Pr John I Man. I of Hroot(i-n, ,V. Y,
will 1i the nil round Judve.
-Mrs a e "iruiM-iii or iiroolclvn l m
porting some nruvels ,!Plrf direct from
Kveti In limes of w-nr le l nn..
v;.v.i.. -v... v.":r.",rn . .iiimii.
. . i.irn Keilinet pronilCi
Iteletluni nt tho pre.rnt rnnnient The (ti-r.
m.ins, It Hpnenrs, hue no objeettnn to oer
tsln perishables (rulnir oier the border Into
Hnlla nil And tho icrmi of oieiiii nbm In
IlelKlum his not up to .Into restricted the
overland shipment of Imllek' ur toy docs
bound for tho I'nlted Ht.Hes
It Is raid that Miss Anne Trney will Judre
Hi- Oermnn sherpdnrs nt W K. C show it
Madison .Square flarden In rebrunry
Former Sheriff l.nnslng I l'lntt of A
banv was the iirnudet man In the bull,
tenler ring at Bn-un. Be won first prlen
wltli doiei bred In- himself nml he refused
purlli.uliirlv larno figure nrfi-reil for fluod
Itnbert cloelet has begun to exhibit his
west H'chlmd wl.lie terriers. At Unstop
last week thev won the chief prlreii and the
docs were put down In Hie linrat eondlllnn
by young Harrv l.lvescy, who for the tlrst
time tin ii the man iieement of Ihe aiennu-r
Mrs. Theodore M It von Keler of Bloom,
field. N, .1, lues bn sui-eessful In breeding
a sriiod inter ,.f t.u liostin terriers, Mrs.
Keler has reeci. ,u, offer of IS00 for the
mothei nnd her puppies.
."ever.il n-iv nnd special prlies are offeril
for Die Toy Sjvuilil club's show Tliey do
nut uppenr In the publlshrd premium list,
.lohn Mrriiuirli. who led out the lwn sen
sational Airedale iiupiiies m the Phllselej
plila show, wi.l rxlilllt three youngsters at
Die Hoffninu llnuse rpo-e ium s,itiirday, He
does not expect to liiiprnvn on Heart's He.
IlKht, possibly Hie best bltub puppy yet
The celehrnted I'rratan rut Cham
pion King Winter, property mt Ml
MANY CATS TO BE SHOWN.
.Splendid Specimen Will He Srrn nt
(irnnel Central I'nlape.
The show ejf cats to be held In con
junction with the Kmplru Poultry Asso-
elation Kxhlbi .on at the Grand Central
j-aiace on Decemlirr l, s, 3, 4 and L prom
ises to be ,i great sueie.'s. There are nearly
300 iiitrles. and the best of the long haired
and shirt haired specimens will be on
view. The feline patt of the show will be
staged on the second floor.
The Kmpite Cat Club was started last
January It has forty.fle members. Its
president Is Miss .Lntiie Itose Kroeh of
Orange, N. J. One of the vice-presidents
Is Miss Carroll Macy. The other Is Mrs.
J Kdward Davis of Tuvedo Park. Mis.
K. A, Bigelow, New Vork, Is treasurer, anil
M.s. Ketcham secretary. Twenty dial-
lenge cups .ire- to be offered this year, and
letlFM rltn4 Elliott t nil
A special feature and a novelty are
o' 'mil-!-, o"V-allv,c!a!"'t's fo'"--'ts that hae completed their
.i"c. .,. . '.rf'-J... 'championships. A copper challenge cuti Is
' b ofrere-d for the best champion cat
.me-, .iiacr "in aga'n jmi noun in the
Judging r'ng the famous long hair-d cat
King Winter He s ncknow ; lodged to be
one of the best of his kind ever bred. Tho
black and whl'e cat, known as tho
liultable fire cat, will be on view. He
is owned by Mrs. l-'althful nnd underwent
the experience of b lug confined for four
tee n days in the smouldering ruins of one
of this city's greatest conflagrations.
PEKINGESE SHOW TO-MORROW.
ned riOKs In Conntrr 'Will Try for
Tlier" Is n large entry for the annual
show of tho Pekingese Club of America,
to be. held to-morrow In the ballroom of
the rius.i Hotel There nre llfty-ono
classes, and in sumo of these there are
twenty entrle-H. Tln entallty of clogs to be
exhibited wl'l bo high and several ex
risdlngly expensive Pekes will compete
for the lending prizes.
Th- ro are some 2un Hpeclals, and the
magnificence of tho challenge cups given
by the Into J. I'lerpont Morgan and J.
Cordon Bennett Is not to be evxeelled nt
any other elog show. The gold and silver
trophies, quaint Jado ornaments nnd
other costlv Chinese gems, nre In great
variety, and all of these will bo on view
Tho decorations of tho pens, bnches and
tho general layout of tho room will be
generally Oriental In its scheme, with the
softer colors of China predominating,
(iood prlze.s nre being given for there
adornments, which will bo Judged by a
competent Chinese nufhorlty.
There nr.- several very promising Amer
lean broils to be shown, nnd among the
former champion will be Vl-Sul of Al
dTbourne, Chum of Ppbam, Nowata Mill
Oh I, Sheiuf Dal nnd Chu-Veii of Toddlng
ton. Suinii of the recent Importations wilt
be Nanking Pno Kwel, Mrs. M. K, Darby's
new dog; Mra, Holland'a Young Wen-tl
s ti..j. . .i.... .u.
- ,- ,,... .r:. ' ' . .
nnd Mrs. Halley'n Nanking Wei of Lien
rud. As rule the Pekingese will now be
found to bo In nlre roat and feather.
The-y will Im about looking their best.
JiidglnR will commence, promptly nt 10
o'clock, nnd a large nnd fashionable at
tendance Is exp.s-ted. C. CI. Hopton su
perlntends tho hIiow.
ftediiiond I Polloirer of ConrshiK.
William J I. K. Hedmond, brolher of
John rtedmoiid, leader of the Irish Ns.
llonallsts, who has Joined the British
army In, Ireland with the rank of cap
tain, h well known In other parts of
the world, as an nelmlror of coursing.
This Is the sport Mr. Iteilmoiid expressed
Interest In while on ills visits to Aus
tralla, where .Mrs. Hedmond's brothers,
the Messrs D.itton have a famous sta
tion near Orange. N. H. w. It is called
Kangirvohlo, anil It is here that great
hospitality holds sway at the lime of the
annual coursing meeting which lasts a
week, So plentiful Is the game that pn.
sou has h.e;i resorted to to destroy the
bares and rabbits, and even then hares
are Jumped on e-M-ry side much tu the
bewilderment of the dogs, Mr. Itedmonii
has been responsible for sending some first
cla Irish lit nl Krojiipmidn to different
parts of Australia.
Miss Hopkins. Judge nt Pekin
gese. Show To-morrow,
Miss Lydla K. Hopkln", who will Jildgo
nil the classes at tho show of tho PokltiB
ewe Club of America nt the Plaza Hotel,
New York, to-innrrow, Is one of tho
largest women owncis of fancy dogs In
tho United States. Her kennels at Menlo
I.,.!. Cnl ien trwisl lltVIII-loilS lllllldl OITS
nnd are furnlsheel In a costly wn nnd !
have all tho latest Improvtine-nts uudi
coinfor.s likely to b conduelvo t.i thui
Kfioil health .and successful b.-eedlnjr cd
Pekingese, Potiisranlatis and Brussels 1
Urlffoti dogs. Miss Hopkins's residence '
Is Sherwotsl Hall, about twctity-flvo inllea
fixim H-i:i l-Vniielsco, und. the kennel e
tubllshmont Is one of the strongest in
At tlio prcrcnt moment tho Kcnm-ln evm
tnln no less than ten full champions, Miss
llopklnf, although only prominent In the
dot; how world for five yoire, U one of
tho most e-r.th.u--!nstio of f.inclers eind fol
lows the cult of th-j donifntli'.itcd canine
for no otle r purt- jso or prollt than the I
puto love of the clog. She bus spin oil no I
thought or cxiK-nse- In the pui chase of thoj
best i-rocurable founditlon stock eif Jnih j
ioxes, being determined to breed only the"
best. Believing that good looks and in Ise i
winning ublllty, while e-ssentlal, arc not
all suflltltnt, she has clmren only the most I
lilnhly bred as the most beautifully tyleil
specimen. That such ha.s Ihop a wise
ctiirso Is pioved by the excllenec of the
home bred dogs at Shoiwond Hall. i
The kennels scvo und-r th" suie-rvlsloii ,
of the o-vne.r and nre stltu.iteit on in e-s-i
tat. of 2J0 acres In the- betirtlful Sn-i-i
CIp-,1 V.ill-y, whi.ru e'nllfonila sunsblnei
relgtw ill) tli- j-e-iir isiunl. The e-ond'-tlon
for raising toy das-s nre Ideal. The
Uci'.'iel buildings have been plauneil with
every modern e-onv-tile ik- 1 i,.'fr-nlc
Improvement possible. Tbo yards cover
a. larrrc space and nre shaded by Inure
oak trees. AH the docs nre take-n for n, '
two mile so,imii-r dally. That mid the I
nourishing nnd carefully balanc'd die.
and dally creximln? account for the ex-1
cellent lilnntn Mid condition of tho Shop- I
woa-l doirs In tho rlnrjs at th benoh
show? on the Coast. j
Pride of place must be slven the Pe. j
klmrtfe. which much outnumt-er the other,
t- y. Of the.... the undefeated Chample n i
Itunl, the fourth champion In four ceticrn
Hons, Is the eldest. He Is by Shi 1.1. an
Important irr.md n of Ch-implon flood. I
wood I.o nnd Cllinhrano Hoxer. bv Cham,
plon Kl of Pow nshlr. h the noti-d T'situ;
of Downshlre, by Wlniferwoi ;h Huatunc
Champion Iluhl's show career wis phe
nomenal, lie wjn ver l.'iO prl7iK and
specials, compel in: with champlors n. all
breeds. He Is a handsome, massive d- r of
thv lartrcr kind, with ureal bre-adtli and
flatness of skull and 'nuzzle. In rue eves
nnd an enormous tawny colored coat, w'th
profuse Ivoty ear fringes and fe r.lierlmr
and a oorreetly shaped -front. A u sire
Champton Iluhl has len Inva'un'de.
Other pr-imlnent d ss In these k-i nels
nnd o.' the Peklnces-e b-ted-ure Champion
Sherwood Hit W.iiir, Sherw-uod Shun SI.
Slu-rwood Wine, Yuan Shi of Hi av wick. ,
Peter of Hiayv.ie-k. Atnomr th b'tc ies ,
nre Champion Mini; of lioivn'-hlre. Ch, mi
llion Shrrwecd Nan N'ul. Sherw.n.! I,lku I
Sherwood Su, Sherwood Que.-n Heele 1
nnd Sherwood Mit Sic. There .no about
twenty puppies, all of them typli al and
sturdy. Sherwood Vehoiinala, a, puppy,
will be a sleeve- speclme n.
There are many Pomeranians In this
kennel and the tlrt to come under t.otlco
Is the black colored Chemplon Hanil-lno, I
bred by Miss Klsle Hydon, Hocota, N. J . 1
and a winner of over one hundred p lzrs J
and specials Champion IUiiiMiio ujjl.i
four nnd a half pounds. Is well made all :
round and u capital mover. Sherwood '
Pandora Is a daughter of Ha mblno au-1 Is j
under three pounds. She has won ten I
firsts, elitht trophies, and has been tw.ee
res.rve winner In three shows Pandora I
won the Pacific (ast Toy Dor Assoua- '
tion's challtnire trophy for the best toy. ,
either so.x. bred by the exhibitor Tins
was the second time the ame honor wnit
to Sherwood Hall. Anionc 'he other !
Pomeranlnns nre Pom Patch Psxche, (
bred by Miss Anna Sands of N. w York '
l'lornell Mulct- is another nnd Itt .irate I
Princess is ft chocolate colored one .u.d 1
a winner of first priies and the dam of
winners. There aro several lovely black
and chocolate colored puppies. Some of
theso are under three pounds wciRht
In the irrlfTons, 'he tlrst owned by Miss
Hopklts wns the late Champion Sherwood
Salute, a sterllnp; llttlo winner brought
from Hrussels, Salute was a (rood harsh I
coated doc. red In color and compart In
body and short Ir. back. Champion S'.ei
wood IOttlo was nnother nice kihTi-ii .
She came from Paris. Lottie was a sen-
s.itlonal little bitch, but unfortunately
died younc. Champion I.olotte was i '
small specimen, hard coated and short '
faced. She was most compact In her i
build nnd smart and iiiick in her move,
tnents Chnniplon Hobozette was pur
chased to take the place of Lnln'tc. Pi.bo j
zette won her championship Ifi New Vork -and
has ever since held her own in the
Sherwood Qui Vivo Is a promising I
youni; Rrlffon by Cli'implnn Oplhorne
Jlmru. Qui Vive Is a small, short faced,
undershot doir, with tine eyes, cobby ,
build, hnrh red coat. He should make J
a valuable stud doc . lie hns already won '
Important prizes A nlco bitch Is Cop.
thorn Hriorhe, bred by Mrs. H.ind'. yl
Spu-er, one of KiiKland's most nnted breed-
ers of the Helclan breed. Hrloche Is by '
Copthorne Meteor out of Coptliome Cov, I
nnd whs recently Imported by Miss Hop
kins. Plnr VorUliln- nl sjn,.
If will be noticed that the Voi ks'ilro I
terriers, Champlor. ltoxv 11 and his son,
Prince II., have bren plae-ed at the publl,-
stud and due no-u-e Kiven in Hie KViuiol j
Plrtctory of Tin: Si-v These hnmNnme '
iIors are the property of Mis. I'.ter
MeiiRes of 121th istrrot. Now York Thev ,
are honest nnd sprightly little Yorkshires
and with all the cutenoss of their 'need
Mrr Menkes also has some X'orkhiro ,
puppies and pile s proud of her sin ss '
In breedliiK Hnpfllslt tov spittle Ik In I'.uii'.
she won the valuable cup offet i d bv
Thomas XX' 1,-iwson for the hoM home 1
bred toy spaniel, the cup to in- won twice
hut with different docs bred by the ex
hibitor, Hy the aid or American Hov
and Sampson, the trophy was won by
Mrs. Menues, -who has also been a breeder
of hleh class Yorkshire terriers for twenty
Tirvr Yrr Utile lnerniiars fliilrle-a.
The Alb.inv don show npi ns on Tues
day, December I, p the Slate Armory.
Albany. There ato L'OO moie entries than
have been received at any previous shnw
III that e-ity. As was poin-ed out by
Tnr. Si'v tlie reduction In the entry fei-s
of nil fees for the same don, subseuueni to
the first entry fee, would be sure to in-e-reaHO
the entry. And so It lias. Tlio
j show will continue over XVcdnesilny
The president's cup, ottered hj .1
Iluyck, will be Blve-n to Hie tnvm'r of tl.o
I best cIok In the show. There Is 11 lonK
llst of speclnl prizes and the jutlKlnir Is
lineiy to continue until the last tlilnit on
A Semitor lilxp n Cup,
The All-America Amateur field (rials
for pointers und setters will lie he'd at
Hniters KpiitiKs, 'I'onh., stirlliur .liiini.iiv
11. llllli. I lie noli, Louis ' 1 1 1 Iseinlei-, tt
, SHKo Senator i-lci t from Iho l-'irst d
trict of MichliTun, him rionaleil ,1 i,-,iiii fi'
silver cup to be known as "Tin. Sen itnt's
Cup" nnd to bo won iiutrljrht bv the w.n
ner. The secretary or these dials ;H fe-np.-Mcdrew,
Plttsburir, l'a and he will ho
Kind to send all parth ulnra nnd im y
.-vnliliani nnd Welsh Terriers.
SEALYHAMS AT STUD
The Kngllsh (immplnn
by Th Model x lvo Che-rlty Tee f (10
CIIA.MI'ION eili.VMI SI.A.M, by 1'a.t
H. O. H ex Vixen FVe 30
Altril HltL'IP, by Druid of Seeily et
KAMTO.V lltKillt, by rr Oynt ex
Hasten Krlvnl Tee S5S
Welsh Terrier at Stud
TI- i:ni;,l"h Champion
M:.NY Itl.Mll.KADIHt, by Hastsldo
Jsck rxKandfleld Ply ree.1a
A fw Peetyhnm bllch puppies for sl.
Address ell communications to
HENRY A. PHILLIPS,
No. 14tl Itrociduny, New Vork.
HALTIIAM A- i:i.SII I l.ltltlllltM.
Mr. T. II. llarriT, fe-nnyhrliUe,
lins many feul ham and 44'elsli Terriers of
highest quality ami breeding. Note the
tunny "N-iinj" terriers already wlnnln tin
htKhest honors In America.
Mltx. Mdllllls M.l.MIV hat a few love
ly, ive ll-nrowii, healthy 1'eke puppies for
sale Champion slock. Will make blue
ribbon winner of the. Ideal site. Ala)
one full grown oung dog. l-'lrst prlre
winner nt leading show C47 Madison
Ave New York. Tel Plasa 475.
roit mai.i:. 1
rEKINRKSK piipi-e b.. i'HAMI'KIN NUN
..r l,l.i;.NHI li, live in- lit? i line la u
- how spe. iinn and blue ribbon w.nner nt
bree tnorth A dxrk rid bitch suitable fir
1-recllnK mi l a blsi-ult inalu, cheap Ml.SS I
iJl'AKtnNIlt Hit. Ill tiSih .New rli
PHKINODSl. DP Tilt JIBST UnKKDINC.
iSrow-n stork fit for show ring tind puppies of
k-rrat promise Aiso I'DMICItAMANs of like
merit Prices reasonable I, MAHKHN-,
IIOIIIT. US W. S ; th 8t Tel, Schuyler till '
HIOMRflT CLASS anamplon an . champion- .
rtd paklnrsse tlogi. Mtehea, pupplaa and '
alsevs apecimsna ror sale, may ba aaal
atthsr In London or Paris or shipped
lift.. W. II. .IKKHICRT,
OS Addison Kind.
LOMION. V.V.. K.Mil.ANT).
I'OMKRAMANS AMI I'EKI.Vor.ll!.
rAinr.XT roMr.iiAMAN. it.kivc.kii I
ri'lTIK AMI I.IKIUS STOCK.
Sn SA I.K.- To liKAI.KltD,
Mill, l it WK 'I. CI. MtK, I
J7B7 OCnW AVE., xllKEPXIIKAn HAT,
Tr.i.ni'HONi:, jomiv im. mi sm.
Hlrhest class sh. iv sp, -lmeps, ynuna- an-
h a'thv sto-k. for .i' a m'derata prb
i i -ks ar, I H'-oiwi-e i, s,
Mils. It. P. MAT, lll'.XV,
Tr-el'sy w-op j 1 c ,l o r irnplke.
New Hy-ie 1' k. r., k I.ai..'
Phone 4T -It l '.onil I'..iti
Air.mXI.T:,l--r'riamplon PTtlNCB OY
TOM; and rlNTEIlN "OVAMST. Wira Fox
Terriers - VICKEltV WIKC Hr.SPI.'J
Hi each. l'oune stoek alwxys for tile.
VICKKItV i:E.SNKL.a. llatrlnmon. III.
AiKPfixi.r. ri;ifitn.it- and aii:sh:ai
rillllt Allt'AS at Allvtr.iio Kennels Hound
Hioe.V. .V J.
JAPAN US K TXNIi:i.S.
If)!! NAM HeautlltK f"s.e .lArANPSP.
s AMI I,. Wllll.r n-ld nt very reasonable mute.
Thoroughly housc-i roVen Mrs II. MACKKV.
nrlenia: lloiisv, M,eep-hiad Pay, N, X. iel. ISO
( onr l-lal-il .
,tcl .r,e.s spinleis, the bf.t of linpurled and
Ulue, lllhbon siciK. s.eeve and larrir sp.ci
mens rr au Ml.s I.. HAHK.-'llN. 371
Ilere-rn at, llrook;n. Ti. 6:t;-XV Prospect.
r-. II. I.KOMI.XHI1T, JAI'ANKsK MI'ANIKI.S.
Uol-1 i.n white und b'ack and white pup
pies bv Omar cn exhibition and for sals at
T0 Hc ulevird, Astoria. U I. Telcphnne.
KNCH.Isll TOV SPANIKI.S.
Knallsh Toy Ppanlels The 4 varieties Mrs.
Wlti 3d ANN, 111 ' liuri-n st.. New Haven, Conn.
KMil.lSII HIV .Spaniels A: Peklnnese for
sale Itos, mary Ktnnr . 1T11 Nuttlnrham
Itos l. lliooltlyn, M X"
The Famous Walesoott Kennils,
It. rnarJevi . iv ,le:s.v, 1,19 a few yount
blub-elaes b'-rhe- f ,r ne a mouths to 12
.l.unthK The m-lel XX.ile-'silt Ssilte
at stud. Prices ..e 1 stud f s on applica
tion voitu-iiiiu: Tr.ititir.Hs.
At Pt-id (iiaiiiiiliin HIINX' a.lso I'KINC'F.
iron of ltoxv 1 l'upplrs of nbive e o,-k for
sale, he.ilthv, we,, itronn MHS. I'HTHlt
MHN'I '. I n Vli'i S . Vi- York I
HO.sl'ON TKHHIKUS. j
lloslen Terriers, house raised frown anel I
raunr staek. pdlsreed and rrflstered, lor 1
esle Oranta Illoesnm Kennels. Ill Summir ,
Axe, r.swarK. n, j.
HUSH TKItttlKltS- Thoroucbbreile, show
ipi , mien- 11 -I 11 'n- air st-i- k putiptes for sals.
.ur.XIUH'.n KIlN'Mlls Albany. N V
r.M.i.isii 11 1-1.1 .1 (, si.
Champion Pecntora Monareh at fliud. Pup
pie for sale Hobrr- bobbin, Hldfe
ivood Ave, Neivirk J
ritr.M'ii in i.i.ixHis-.
rnnVCH Iirt.l, Shu nnd Puppies; also
Klnir e-imr'es heap, i'u,,-e :04a XX" l",at
N. ii X ire
TO RENEW BULLDOG SHOWS.
Plrst or s ,.,,,, will ll Held Pee'.
It nt the Cri'Koriiin,
The Pi-en.-h liuii,' u; Club of Aincrlea
villi bold I'u- tb.st 01 a herns of mat, hes
at the (ireK,ii'.!i Until, New York, oil
l'i-!ila pVeiiliiK, lieeeinlier II, This mati-h
will bo on tin- same line ,is tlioso wlii.-h
pi oved so ttiii-iessful 1 . 1 --1 season. T'ie
miitcli Is open to all , that is, non-mem-born
of the chili iniiy exhibit their doir
William Hi-ucKH-'mati of Staten Island,
w 11 known 11s an admit or of the breed,
An eiitrv fee of JO cents will be i-harRi-d,
which will cut -tie t'ie exhibitor to enter
his doc in as many iiases an In- may ea-o
to. The rntry fee- wl'l be used for pur
clmslnc; cups for future matches Sum
of the etipn to be competed for at the.
match will be Mr Hrin-CKeman's rijp for
the- lies; dop; or bitch In the hhow ; 11 hand,
some cup fit the best of the oppos't,
s. to tin- w'nner of the nruocuemau . up
ami Mik. Hairy Taylors cup for the best
1-nviee. Thine' specl. lb ale open to all
Champion are barred. Tile officers of the
mutch commltteii nre: r, 1. Ilamni,
cbalt-man; I'. .1. Hrlstol. elrnnt Notm.in,
Hobert I-'. S-ultV, and .1. K. Ilahlam, secre
tary and treasurer.
Enclosed find 2c. stamp.
fire of charge.
GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS
allies of the police and nrintss .if r-i....
lll protect your propsri a
evrn In limes of greatest da
companions neeause or th . .
and their almost human lute V. ,,
333 i onneii ning . yet
Dirge, t j
rol.lt i; line
hi: i n;it.
Pr as w '
pier thai w ' '
for :t e lit r1
Itl.l'i: 111. OOP KKNMII.V ll.il.tlnn I .
MHS. C. Itt'lMNO. Te . .1
TitAiMNi) scnniif, pent i-m k k
ll.u -i.l. Miinliliilr. N i '
Have you a young Poll, e nor "-frtut
train him to protect you nnd fund
alwais on nunj. rotnpi -n
Trained (lemiati Mirphrnls fur Mis,
Recently Imporle-i stock
opo.-s of o,
THAlNt.VO Ft'HOOI. POP,
Wlnflelii Axe. Mamaronrck,
' K tiOrts
' ' III.
SOUTH SHORE DACHSHUND KENNElt
mi. vi:io in si i.i ii.mil .xi, j
trown stoek always on hand,
i hi: fi:i.i:un.viKii ihaiipkis.s of iRtu
i:i..M:lare,VI SI Ul. 'Jliryareoft u.tni
1 nee Vrnnelj haxe rnmh coated elarVi"uii ,.
well as smooth ones. Tliey are all e tr eti-lona t
iroo.1 as proven by their show wlnnlns-s ani r-
,r(W a; ll'.r lenuinif nrnrn inows uuif
TTTBirrrr irndinir nrnrn anejws uuui ,l
id all-round Indies.
ACblv Mrs. A.llDMillllFOIlt). Par Shore f..
and all-round JuiiKei
land. N. V. '
t flrest Danes or (ierniau llnarlionDdi. 7nt
f the Iradlnc elreat Danes in AT.e-n-i tl
. the public stud. .Mairnltlrent spre-Jmeni w-.
prtte ulnnlna recnrila. Inuulre It X M.r
t.t'DWIO, tit, Third at New York
Al ItS. T, XV. 1 XHSKM
M-.XVIiritlill, N, Y,
XT sn I) AM)
hot Chon m, tt
I r iu !i llullilott.
A. K C 10.. .
at .sn n. ri:i: -'3
I mirli riNHllrv moMIIi 'IrrrUr.. Unt
HlKtituiitl 'lVrrlrr-, Hi-s1oiii, Irlih lr
rlrri, Wlrr lliilrtil atnl Minmlh I'ot Trr
rlT. U' l.'rrltr. liutMnnun rin.rhrr,
t h 'I i-frlcr utut IV (Miiitfavm tNtn ult-ti
A. of Hie ery h-brcpJInc,
ATirvrntNi who miii dohs?
Ileuben i lsrl,e, International iiidte l-a v .
drrd doss to select from, 13 lo linn; r-otr.er. ...
I'cklnrese, poodles, Inclbh, liotlons. r... ,
liilldoi;s: Airedales, IrWi, fveoteh. fox te-rl
I'rlnco Charles, Ureal Danes, Htud l)o:t i
.MAV 1IIIIK K i:.RI.S,
I l.T laist Mnth Slrrel,
I"hone, CVS- StuyvrMnt Near wana-s ,
BROADWAY Ptf DUG PALACE
tel. ini.XO ( nlunibua
Any breed of dog you wish, 'rem a Te.
hlrs to h (termxn Police dejr
Mrs. At.fc't: 1. SIM1-50N.
S: WEST hot H STUEBT. N. T (TTT
XVJItU IIAIHKD l-'nX TKltltlUlth
breeds for "j'e. Iiors boards t n 1
ihe year round Terms A 1,1- UU'
Penn Co'taBe, XX'ynnewood, Pa.
lvos.,.rs. IIU..UOKS, Lnl.s, eve
A.MIlltll'AN KHNM.'lJi. itlTIl
AT STU'Il- Leonarl Spoiled .X,.,( ,Ui llslf.
e, dns Kea 115 I.IjOYI) i 0 V
New Vi rk Tele. Htu)veniit 34.
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the Supreni. S's.!-- a
fir ."n Miki b" e
er hui.t nir an-' 11 .1 h
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lies hlooil. I , es
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X I.RMIL.AX I'tl., IN ' .. t e
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Made of Tulr-.in'.rrd fibre Mas- 1
sironiresi IikIiI. in I b - s e'
dui; liiKBiiRe iii-uu-a 11 r
send on upprova, ut ill It i:PI NE,
rl-her hair or 1 mis, ..n - t
HPXISIN & X II HI IM,
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to eii:r xoi it dckic 1
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10 XV. 1011, sire-el, , erk
Slim ltl:u Altll to anv , - i- - -
onslr-ite li, n 1I1 MITNll-" sj
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