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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1916.
ALL IS READY FOR
Special Train Will Leave
Pennsylvania Station on
KNTItY LIST A LONG OXK
Ths banner event of the outdoor dog
how scuson for the taut two yenrs. from
picturesque standpoint has been the
annual show of the Southampton Kennel
Club. Next Saturday the 1916 fixture
Ukei place and It will be up to the
standard of affaln that have preceded
It In every way. No more Ideal location
for an open air thow could be Imagined
than the beautiful (rounds of the
Meadow Club, the venue for this show.
No social function In the Long Island
summer resort Is catered to more than
the dog show. As an evidence of the In
terest taken by the local folk can be
mentioned that nearly all automobiles
owned In that section are placed at the 1
dlspof.il of the dog show committee on
the day of the show so that all fanciers
from out of town will have free trans
portation from the station to the Meadow
Club and return.
A special truln will leave the Pennsyl
vania station of the Long Island Kail
road at 8 A. M. sharp, with accommo
dations for exhibitors and their dogs
at a special rate for the trip. This train
will return at the conclusion of the
Superintendent Frunk Dole sas that
the entry In gratifying and that the total
will compare favorably If not surpass
the number seen there last year.
The new radius variety classes for
all breeds. In which the owners must
reside within a. specified area In miles
of Southampton, have filled nicely, and
this in also true of the entries for the
local classes, always a feature at this
Wire haired fox terriers have again
the distinction of being tho leading
breed In the show nml will 1 a feature.
Mrs. Iloy A. Halney will be repre
sented by her great string, among them
the wonderful young home bred Conejo
Highbrow, Conejo Wycollar Hoy. font-Jo
Parcel Post, Champion Guycroft Salcx,
Conejo Under Command and Champion
Biddy of Holvport. Other nominators
are Martin S. Baldwin, Croyden Ken
nels: Theodore Offerman, Miss Frances
A. McCahlll. Q. A. Shaw McLean, Mrs.
J. B. Able, Miss Hlnkle, F. M. Kerr and
French bulldogs and Hoton terriers
to be Judged by New llngland fanciers
have filled well. In the former breed
Dr. James O. Lacalllude will have thlr
two actual dogs to pasu Judgment on.
among them all of the best owned In and
around Now York, ns well as a number
from Boston and vicinity. In the latter
Frank Teellng will have to adjust his
thinking cap, for there are a number of
toppers entered, among them Mrs. F.
A. Dallen's Dallen's Htutx. John If.
Schlomcrs Ilaron King. Watch City
Kennel's Champion Peter's Captain. M.
nyan'n Ryan's Little Boy, and others
of past achievements.
There Is n big entry of Kngllsh bull
dogs, their owners hoping that at the
last minute Crabtree will be allowed
to Judge that variety. John Mlmurn j
nas entered his Hockcllffe string, while
John K. Ilorr.ix. Mrs. C. N, Piatt. Will
iam K. Oakley, Drewstone Kennels,
Paul Scardon, Inwall Kennels and Will
tarn Drew have supported with their
Nominators of French poodles Include
Miss Phyllis Holt. Henry O. Trevor, for
merly Jiresldcnt of tho club; Henri Char
pentler, Mlws A. Slosson and Miss Tllney.
Chow Chows include the Wlndholme
Kennels' Wlndholme Amoy. Wlndholme
Bolo and Wlndholme Chin Chong; Mrs.
Robert Appleton's Mandarin Kol, Mrs.
Angus Manlonalri's Grcenarre Chu Fang,
Mrs. L. C Craft's Sin Sin. Southwood
Kennels' ShylocVc of Southwood and
Blue Fox. Mies S. B. Axtell's Wong Foo.
Mrs. O. Warrington Curtls's Tweedledum
and TUccdlcdee. A. MorlsonV Baloo
Brercton. Mrs. K. f. Waller's Sun Wul
and Dodo of Holllswood, Mrs. D. D.
Dunn's Kla Mesha, and John Rlchnrd
son's Empress of Chlnu. In Dalmatians
the entries of the Windholma Kennels
and Miss Marion du Punt are most
A fine entry of Pomeranian Is a com
pliment to Mrs. Hr McK. Pulti of Wash
ington, who Is to Judge. The Irst In
their kennels have been named by Miss
Marian Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Thornton. Mrs. Helen Worth, C. M.
Krause, F. J. Tully. .Mrs. Hartley Will
iamson. Jules Fernnd, Albert W. Krecth,
Mrs. H. Grnssor. Ml. Charles H, Mad
lieu, Mrs. Frederick A. Snow and Mrs.
C A. F von PfUemuayrr,
Pekingese, with Joseph N. Goodman
as Judge, will also be a feature of the
Southampton show. There Is a retire
sentntlve entry in enen class from pup
pies to the open, with entries among
others by Rosalind Harnum, Carolena A.
Van Vleck. Mrs. Hen Rlckert, Mrs. M. i:.
Harby, Miss Lillian Hemsen, Yetsan
Kennels, Mrs. Frederick Kdey, Mrs. C.
O. Went, Jr Mrs. Thomas Hastings, Ar
ilen Kc.inelM, Mis. M. M. Van Beuren.
Dr. Mary H. Cotton, Mrs. p. Klewrllen
Chambtrs. Mr. George Leary, Miss
Kllzabetli K. Condon, Mrs. C. Ashton
Cross. Mrs. H. I,. Mapes. Mrs. H. All
fhul, Mrs. Orllle H. Tobey. Miss Helen
Trevor and Mrs. George Edward Dixon.
The rare sheepdog of the Maremmes
will be shown In the miscellaneous class
by Miss Joan Whitney.
CHANGE IN ' JUDGES' LIST.
Dr. Anderaon and Oacar Vo at
IJndaon Couuty Rhoir.
Premium lists for the inaugural show
of the Hudson County Kennel Club,
which taken place Wednesday, July 26,
will be in the hands of exhibitors early
thl week. Through an oversight the
names of Dr. U. O. Anderson and Oscar
Voa have been omitted. The former Is
to Judge maMlffa, whippets, old Kngllsh
sheepdogs, boxers, doherman plnechers,
T3edllngton terriers, gchlpperke. mis
cellaneous, members, local and children's
classes, while Mr. Vos will pass on blood
hounds, llusslnii wolfhounds, Irish wolf,
hounds, Scottish deerhoundu and grey
hounds. BfllnKham Lawrence haa notified they
committee that owing to premure of
business he will be unable to Judge at
their hhow, and the breeds which -were
assigned tn him Sealyham terriers,
West HU'hl.inil white terriers will he
taken over by the all rounder, Charles
Ball I'np Urnara Too nlorrly,
J. R. Mlckle Is the owner of a re
markable young bull terrier which gives
every promise or aeveiopinr into a win
ner. John Ktokes has this youngster In
his kennel at Itldgefleld Park, N. J
and he says that If the puv grows to the
desired sire he will be a hard one to
stop. At present his only fault is an
Inclination to grow too slowly, but with
the summer month to augment his de
velopment he should make up conildsr
ably In slxe,
BUIrl Bought hr Arnot.
Mr Karl njurmann has sold Ihe Rus
sian wolfhound Utstrt III, to William
Arnot of Arlington, M. J., who will bring
this dog out at coming shows. Blstrl
ha won distinction at many shows In
Aths past and his new owner Intends to
put htm right through to a championship.
THEY HELP TO ATTRACT CROWDS AT MIDSUMMER SHOWS
Three of the foremost wire foa terriers now appearing Jn the show rln are presented In Ihe top
Ratner'a Champion Gnycroft Sales. In the- centre la Champion GreenlinnU Selection, tne VioUery K
R. Abie's Oxford Rldgenar Corker. Hrlow, at left. George It. PresHm'a lirnre of f Initther apnnlrU.
with her wlnnlnsj Scottish terrier champion Itaptnn Iter) I.
TO A. K. C. RULE
Shepherd Dopr nnd Chow Flin
ders Think They Are
RECENT FIGURES QUOTED
A radical chance In teference to win
ners classes at all --hows held under its
rules has N-en discussed by the di
rectors? of the American Kennel Club,
and at the last quarterly meeting the li
cense committee made the following ic
"Pursuant to the instructions of the
board of directors to our license com
mittee to designate the breeds of docs
that should lw entitled to divided or
mixed winners classes at all American
Kennel Club shown, in accordance with
article XI. of the by-laws, beg to say
that we have come to the following con
clusion and designate hereby the follow
ing breeds as being properly entitled to
these winners classes above mentioned,
vis: Winners classes divided by sex,
Airedale terrl-jrs. heaglta, Itostun ter
riers, bulldogs, bull terriers, collies,
dachshunde, fox hounds I American), fox
houndo (Ei'ikIM.). fox terrier,. French
bulldogs, tlreat Danes, Irish terriers, I'e
klnnese. pointers, I'onieranlaiis, poodles.
Scottish terriers, Sealyhnm terileiti, Una-
Ibh. Irlah, Clordon. cocker and Held p:in
lels. West Illirhlund white terriers
"Winners mixed, not divided by sex ;
Hlack and tan (Manrhe.ster) terrlens
Chihuahuas, chow chows, Dalmatians,
deerhounds, Knijllxh toy spaniels, grey
hounds, Hriissels ilrlffons, Irish wolf
hounds, Italian (rreyhoutpls, .lapanesi
spaniels, malteso terriers, niastlffs, Ne
foundlnnds, old Ihiullsb sluep docs
Schlpperkcs, -kjo teirlers, Clumbi-i
spanleli, St llomard", toy isioillrs, tnj
terriers. Welsh turlers, whlpptt, York
shlro terrlerx, (iernian ?lu-i'i dins,
plnschers nnd Samoyedes. ' I
Th followlnc bleeds the llceiuse colli- I
mlttee did not consider entitled to win-
tiers classes uitil atlch time as their , not brim; out sie yomic Trench bull
nunitser of entries ut doc ishows shill duga that will iliriiro prominently at
warrant It: Haatet hounds, Hedllimto-i j the winter shows, tho fault will not be
terriers, bloodhoundK, Cnlrn terrleis.
Chesapeake flay dogs, Dandle Dlnmont
terriers, wire haired olntlng Griffons,
harriers, otter hounds, pugs, retrievers,
Shetland sheep decs, white English ter
riers, boxers, Chinese crested, lklmos,
Helglan sheep dogs, .Mexican hairless,
Owtchai- or Hussiaii sheep dogs. I'apll
Ions, sheep dogs of the Maremmes and
Norwegian elkhounds. The committee
further recommended that this change
take effect Keptemlwr 1, 101.
Tanclers in general are not In sym
pathy with this proposed change. Ger
man sheep dog nnd chow chow breeders
are up In arms, as figures show that
those two breeds have been among the
strongest, far surpassing hi point of en
tries several of the breeds which the
llrenae committee designates as worthy
of a winners class divided by sex,
At the Westminster nhow In 1015 there
were sixty-nine German sheep docs en
tered, while breeders nf chow chows
non.lnated fifty-one actual dogs. Hoth
of these breeds were well up In the lists.
Field spaniels, a breed the license com
mittee looks upon with fm or, had ex
actly four dogs entered at the 1IM5
Garden show, while Gordon setters, with
seven: poodles, sixteen, and IrMi setters,
twenty-tlve, are all favored In tho rec
ommendation of the connnlttep, even
though the total entry of then four
breeds does not come up to the mark set
by one of the breeds which It frowns
This year at tho Westminster tlipre were
thirty-five chows nnd seventy-nine Ger
man sheep dogs. Kleld spaniels accoiint-il
for two entries, Gordon setters four
poodles thirteen and Irish setters seven- j ,., ,-,eorge Anderson, who has contlned
teen. Again the total of one breed in ,,, jn-nvltles to showing bulldogs and
be legislated against If the directors pass ,,.,.,.,.), ,,inKH In tho past, lias de
this rule far surpasses the total of four c),1(,,, to ,llUp ., n)pr )n ,ll0 wire foxier
favored breeds. rler game, In a short time ho will bring
io "ii-in-m inrse icia i.iriner ine
number of entries or the above men
tioned breeds at the ladles' Kennel A
r.oclatlon of America's show, which Is the
largest outdoor fixture, are given. At
Mlneola on Juno S and 6 there wero
thirty-three ohow chows (anion them
Ave champions, seventeen German tdu-cp
dogs, while Gordon setters polled four
entries, poodles seventeen, field spaniels
four and Irish setters eleven.
These figures bear out the contention
of the German sheep dog and ohow fan
clers that tlielr breeds should he en
titled to a winners class divided by sex.
Collies Popular In Canada.
Collies are Kolna parllculMrly stiniig
In Canada. At recent show held In
Toronto they wers ths largest section In
th show and s, number of exceptionally
On spscimtna wsrs among thsei.
IS BEST AT DETROIT '
Rex Per Saltum. Import...! ,
Doe. Has Won at the "ps.- ,
Drlere.ite Kennels' Alrcdile terrier !
Hex per Saltum was returned best dog
of any breed In the tlrst annual show of
the Detroit Kennel Club, b- Id June ".'7
nad IS. About the hundred dogs w.-r-1
fiittrid at tlr.s show and Detroit came 1
back on the dog show map after an ab
sence of a number of jears with a highly
successful fixture. The winner of b'-st. ,
Hex per Saltum. n winner dog In his
1 reed at the last Westminster. He came
from Kngland In Jantian. Is a well luillt ,
terrier on the small s'de ami has rlih
tun markings and a Jrt black saddle
Kox terriers made the best section
In the b w In wlr- iIoks llrleruate
KenneH' Hrlerg.ito Watteau Warcry
was the wlnnor, with a pupp, l.Min
Held I'etrlc, bred and shown by I'an K
. tin, reser- Ucorge K. Dunham's
l.ynntle'iil Savoina was best of lh bitches
and llerb-Tt Hughes's Miss Kaston's
Double the runner up.
U II Ingwi-rson's Nlol i l lrst Ilouna
led the smooth fox terrier In malf wlill.
Iiail 1.'. I.yilll ITiMlKm "Ol 1 m- "lini.lis
bltrh In Iiml!-ld Axth- Amine l e-
Ion terriers the l.cst owned In Ihe inl.l-
ill.- West . in- I .s.tht-r for wlimeis lo
. .. ... . . .... ,
ootn sexfs in iioks ii m ii.iit-iiiii'i;ii s
Mldcel Kim- be it the lot. best nppotlu-
. eex Wlnir V II Pean'e: Dean's I.ady
l.uana, a bitch well known In the Kast.
as ah did aonie good winning at allow
hero last eprlnz.
Amonir the Judpes were Dr. John R.
De Mund of Hrooklyn nnd Charles C.
Ilopton of New York.
FANGMANN HAS HIGH HOPES.
Cmii-i-Is l Will With Ilia oilllK
rra-m-lili-a ! V-nr.
f Julius Kunirm.inn. owner of tin-
Mont.- Carlo Kennels, Jersey City, does
that he U not trliiK. At present tlure
lie no less than half a dora-n litters
the Jersoymun' s kennel, ainonir the n
some of ifreat promise. Champion
Gamins Rival, Monte Carlo Hugo and
I i I'ranco Hugo, formerly Monte Carlo
Cavalier, are the sires.
Gno litter of five by Monte Carlo
Hugo are nn exceptionally even lot,
being nil short faced, with cobby
bodies, heavy bone and short screw-
tails. From the quality of the offspring
iron WHS U'K 11 iihiiib na ii nn nuuei
make his mark In the stud fur his pupt
so far seen have been of a uniformly
Bond type. C. S. Montayne nf Manhattan
Ileacli has Just purchased a fnur-niontlis-old
male pup from Kangmann. It Is -i
1 .!.., .1 I. ,!...), ...11. I I......I
neailllllll uara nriuuie, nun n--.ii,
and shapely body. Chnmpion Gamins
Itlval Is the sire nnd Mnnto Carlo. I,a
lira ute the dam.
nnje Another nrnaaela Griffon.
Mrs. C. H. Clapp of Hyantils. Mass,
Is getting together a line" kennel nf Hrus
scls grIITons. Her latest vurchaso Is that
of the Imported dog Ceder Hrookvlllo
Hlllks, which she obtained ftom Mia,
Olivia Ceder nf I'elham last week. Hlnks
Is a son of Mrs. Handley Splcer's Cham
plon Copthorne l-'lrebrand and Is n
pioved elre of exceptional slock, Mrs.
Coder has several Utters by him In her
kennel nnd they bear marked resem
blance to their sire, Mrs. Clapp now
lias three dogs In her kennel all of which
woo purchaoed fnun Mrt. Ceder.
Dr. Auilt-rsan Una (iitoil Terrier.
... , )s -,w mnortat on Dundee Devol
Dldyinus, which arrived from Scotland
last Tuesday, Tills dog Is rojally bred,
i having Hie b mm sirn and dam nn
doughty Wire Hoy of I'algnton. Ho has
.. . . :--
Willi :iiiiiiilii mill cunir.B ii.uiiiy Biiitnrii u .
Una Plenty of I'eke Puppies.
I'lnewood Clianre, a sable and white
colllo owned by Mrs. Harry M, I'rld
h.un of Ashury I'ark, N. J., Is nursing
a lllter of five puppies, all nicely
niaiked dark sable and white, by thn
I'lnewood Kennels' winning tricolor
I'lnewood I'etrograd. Mr. I'rldhain also
Is looking forward tn the nrrlval nf a
litter of Pekingese from her partlcol-on-d
matron Yung Sen of lllshopgate,
which Is showing- heavy In whelp to
Robert Weaver's Imported dof alen.
DOGS KEPT OUTDOORS
GROW GOOD COATS
Kxporienres of n Collie With
n Sen Captain Prove
Truth of Theory.
"Speaking of getting a dog In good I
coat." said an International breeder of
lepute recentl). "brings to mind an ex- 1
porlence that I had. Somn year ago a I
oil dog I had reared v 1th great care Sam Crahtree. the Manchester. I"ng
prnvrd a failure hc-ntise I could not set land, bulldog man, arrived In New York
Mm In proper coat r.very thing I could
li to grow a coat on this animal was
tried to no avail, so bIvIiie tip all hope
I save the dog to the cap'.Un of u
whaling essl. whl'h was about to
start for the Arctic.
"Some months later I saw the cap
tain coming Into tn.s yard, followed by
a collie with a coat the equal of which 1
hae n,ur seen it was lone and ot
the finest tetiir-. with a thick under
coat and lone fringe on legs and a most
wonderful plumo to the tall
r which 1 had
.ths before -
I Ic-ilted at the dog
found the discarded puppy
glxen .iway some ten months before"
He-e u another proof th'tl the ., .y
wa to set nogs it, coat Is M keeping
i-ifiii out in inc open Mouse ii.igs neet
; the prop.-r .euure a,-l ..B, of
-.-i. -nnv -i-pk- n mi- nn ui
"inter nnd the uncertainties of the
llinate will Mod natiin- n rtady ath.
ttbl.-h will prm de them with an out.-r
- .... . ..... . ... . ...
uvit up wii, n win wiuimjithi me t-oiit
and chumres ,,f weather
Heci -ly an oven-eaa I'om fancier told
the writer that In his opinion the rea-
son American breeders did not Ket coals
on their dogs was that they kept them
'In the hous all the time. This fancier
said he always kept his Pomeranian
afl outside kennel with mi heat what-
JOHN E. HORRAX HAPPY.
lieslniii t.lnitcr Wen ns l.lller nf
I'llll- llllllilnic Popple.
J-diii II llorrax U all -.miles when
speaking of the llUer of bulldog puppies
wlu h hi- winning matron. Chestnut
tllnsvr. has Just weaned. These young-
sIpis are lusty sons of his Champion
Toll Hir Jack, and on of them In par-
tlcii.ae h-is observers taking n.itU,-. It
is a wonderfully built little chap w ill
great bone, a short hack, short forefaci
Mim 1 1 nieiiuMueiy wine deep muzzle, a
screw tall, and If ever the appellation
larthor-e llltid a bulldog puppy it dues
Over In Irvlngton I,. Teuser Is cel-
bratlng the arrival of eight pups sired
by Toll liar Jack, Several fanciers have,
ecu them and they nre pronounced the
Snooker .Mny He av Champion,
Clarke's Hill Snooker, the West
land while terrier which Miss Claudia
.,. . . .... . ,
I ,.' """" "Lh?. ,Tl"L e?"'
Imported from Kngland ufler It had won
I the championship at Cruft's, llUi!, has
i been a heavy winner at recent shows
over hen- Snooker Is a highly typical
little Highlander and bids fair to win
Ills American championship
meeting a reverse.
Dole Rosy on SaflolU Shoer. ' V". 'r'1".,0" wnlch UrMree
I arrived nnd during tho conversation An-1-rank
F. Dolo has started preliml- derson mentioned tlmt he had seen the
nary arrangements for tho Inaugural J HrltUh Judgn nlllclato In Kngland, Scot
show of the Suffolk County Kennel land. Canada and America, and that ii
Club, which takes plaeo at niverliivnl, better Jildgo of u bulldog never lived.
L. I., September 2(1 nml 1. The nhow ! Anderson Is tho man who will tako
ptomlsoH to lm successful. I Cralili, e's classes at Southampton,
Kenip Chnaen Nlipcrln ti'nilt-nt.
T. K. I.. Kemp of H-istou will super-
Intend tho aiinil.il fixture of tho Hhode
Island Kennel Club, which la to be held
at Newport Saturday, August 111. T.ie
lmnie of the Judges, will bo made pub-
11a In n short time. Tho preliminary
arrangements are now being mado by
the secretary or the cluh, C. Hlc.sel,
Meek Jnilitra for Columbia Show.
Messrs, Kssolstyn nnd Do Unnitcr of
Hudson, N. V., were among thoso pres-
I em iu inn i I'&iciicwicr iixiure last vveeu.
i '11 ..U . i .,. . .
j oftli'late at the Columbln county show;
I liry n-ni-u ni'nn III nil- IllUgl-s lO
which is iu no noia on n.uuruay, Hep
ChU-asTn Show In I.ate Mummer,
The Hssoclated specialty clubs of Chi
cago are to hold their annual Joint dog
show In nismnrrk Gardon the latter p ut
of August or the Mrst of September. Tho
clubs which will bo. represented nro the
Western Hoaton Terrier Club, Wratnin
Collie Club. Western French Biilldos
Club and the Chicago branch of tha
Hulldof Breeders Aswctatlon of Ainer-
mm. On the left U Mrs. Rot A.
lel'a star. At tht- rlirht Is Mrs. .1.
Hit tin- rluht. Mrs. Wnltrr Hero
A. K. C. CHARGES
n.-jti,!, Fancier Stops Here on
Wjy om( Vrnm
Prid-v nfternoon from California, where
he had been making an extended visit
at the Anoakla Kennels, owned by Mrs.
Anita Ha Id win of Santa Anita. A
contlnKent of local bulldog fanciers met
the train and enjoyed an hour's chat
with the overseas Judge before he left
wlili John IT Horrax for a visit to thn
Jersev man's home
Crabtree had considerable tO K.1C
about the artlnj, of the American Ken-
" ' " h"- ''! "on, acMng .
'"'ge at the Southampton Kennel
' " ,"?,lt Saturday, and -tatrd I
," , "J"'" ," V" ""iroaj . ano statr.i
at J' ,1' ;1d - iM to meet!
U" ",.,.. . . . J"1"" i
. i"-- im-w oi in" case
J -' ' . - " ''"; '""'"' "PJ,"?'
. r ' i-'iv-
Pr "", hnndler Judee rule when he
"J'l-orMinity tn defend himself or
"Is ride of tho -ace
II.- s: tl,. In ... .....
" ' -a -n nis con-
Tierttnn w It h the Anoakla Kennel be con-
,rl"'1 ns V!at of a handler or kennel
""" '';rr' ne insist.-) that he came here
""'W to advise Mrs. Maldwln In the
!',5orT rn'"",'rr ,n ,r,,,'t her kennnls so
nous nreeiis kept would have
the proper quarters and that In addition
I" this service he was to ge a d tier
about the hollaing, feeding and proper
w ay ,i ke.-p tin- dims, as I in- California
f meter did not fe. tit it tin .Ins h.i 1
done their best for h.-r t. d sin- wat.te.l
lis ailvico as In what was , roin;. Hi
snd that he did handle the CnglM, lull),
dog r.illswnrth While Knight in Hie
ring at th- Sin Tranci-M show but that
he did not receive a cent for thai ser
i tee and that he never Ims ro.-elv.-.i
inni n- itlon for lian,llh,L- .,e wi,n,..i.,n
a dog at any time Ho explained his
, connection with the bulldogs which he
handled for his brother l.ulie Crabtree
more than six years ago by saying that
' he owned an Interest In every" dog and
that ho never was paid for handling
I'rabtrre further stated that lm u-nnt.t
welcome, an Investigation glndlv and
Imped that the secretary of the Kiigllsh
Kennel Club, Mr. Jaciiict. would bo com
municated with, ns that otllclal of tho
ruling body In Kngllsh dogdom would
substantiate his claim that he Is not a
professional handler In Knulnnd.
Getting avvny from the Riihleci nf tho
A. K, C. Crabtree said that he had a
I """t " onderful visit In California, w here
he spent nearly three months. n hat
a good deal to say of tho dog fanciers
on the -'oast and of Ihe dogs he saw.
During his stay In California, Crab
tree toured over three thousand miles
In an auto. lie will leave for C.ng
laud In a week or so. where bo snvs
1 ,,,a' n """y lUll'9 HWHlt him that ho Is
iii,n in ki'i I'aciv in narncss.
Dr. Georgo Anderson was among those
' Terrier I.noka l.lke it Winner.
Mrs. .1 H, Able has n remarkable
1 .voiing wire fox terrier puppy which she
is preparing for the '. ill shows. Fanciers
'hn havo seen thin youngster predict n
blight show career for It and say that
It will make a name for Itself. Mrs
Able I' to continue the, Oxford Kennel
of terriers, which her husband, tho lato
.1, H. Able, built up tn a place of prom
inence among the terrier kennels nn this
Hldn of the Atlantic. Prldn of place In
Hie Oxford string Is given that good
dog Hldgcway Corker, which besides bo.
lug a god winner, Is proving a potential
factor an a nlro of prnmiMng voumr
I fin lor an
Scolt Retires Ills llulliloua.
For the present itohert A. Scott Via
retired his French bulldogs from net I v.i
competition at dog shows. Ii France
Model, being a champion, wilUbe shown
only at the biggest fixtures, while 'he
bitches Champion Mlrcllle and Ch mi
llion Freuohlo Vlctniinu will slay home
lining Hi" suiiilnei, Scott has four
matrons hied to Model and hopes to
have some youngster of his own breed
In to bring out at ths shows next
PROVES A SUCCESS
Ucnclilny of Pops Uniler Ap
ple Trees Is Popular With
OFFICERS WORK HARD
The fourth annua! dog show of tho West
chester Kennel Club, held last Saturday,
June SI, at iledney Kann, White IMalns,
N. Y., was one of those picturesque and
well managed affaire that ni.tUo the out
door show season no uttlvei sally vopular
with all clog fanciers. It wa by far the
best arranged fixture nf the season, and
the Innovation of having the dogs
benched nnd shown In' the shade of a
large apple orchard proved :i boon to
dogs and owners alike, for the gnarled
old fruit l.earets kept the direct rays of
the sun from tho dogs nnd there wa
j not one case tcporled of a dog being
I overcome by the heat.
1 Although it wn hot In t lie open Ihe.
i doge moved about the rings pitched III
. the shade without excessive printing and
showed 4ti their best. A largo attend
ance watched both morning ami after
noon sessions; a large part of this crowd
wna made up nf society folk from the
surrounding summer colonic? Many of
them nwieared in the ro!o of exhibitors
making their first appearance In the
The olllrers of the Westchester club
have reason to feel particularly proud
of their fourth show. Those who were
responsible for Its success were Howard
Wlllets. president of the club: Oliver
llarrliifau, llret vice-president ; HIMreth
K. Hloodgood. second vice-president, and
C. Davles Talnter, secretary and treas
urer, with the bench show committee
mada tip of ileorge Greer, chairman.
Mrs. ricorge II. Pell, Mrs. '. IVivles
Talnter. Krank A. Ilach. John O. Hates,
o. Carley llairlmati, Alfied H. Maclay,
Tv!r Morse, (leorgo Quintal d, J. Macy
Wlllets and Howard Wlllets, cx ofllclo.
Although the coveted three point rating
was not attained there were nearly find
dogs on exhibition, the quality of which
was exceptionally high. Several new
comers which have thn earmarks of fu
ture champions made their appearance In
arloim bieels. In fact there were some
half dozen debutants which weie of such
promise that they called forth no end
of favorable comment from experts.
Noticeable among them were two IV-
j klngese that will beat future watching.
i mo or tliem. a puppy, iuc ni ot Ainer
bourne, exhibited for the first time by
Mrs. Hen Itlckert, went right through lo
mners. He a wonderfully typical
littlo wolf sable with short face, broad
and dop muzzle, grotesque body lines
and carried a liemetidous cunt This
Puvpy recently came to thV country
from Kngland and was pnrcha-ed by
M-s. Hiekert horn Its Importer, Mrs
Herbert. Another l'eke puppy that conn
In for plenty of high praiso was Mrs.
Harry Baxter's Chu Chi. which many
thought was of sulllcient quality and rte
e!opment to go over the reserve winners
dog. Ulslal of Atderbouriio.
In wire fox terriers, a future star In
Croyden Hadlum, bred and owned by
Mrs. Carl Hlilcrmann, Jr., made Its com
ing out a complete success, winning best
puppy and novice. Radium Is a replica
of the great Wycoll.tr Hoy. Both are
sired bv Champion Wire Boy of Paign
ton and In markings and general make
are as like as two peas In a pod. Of
course the youngster needs age to give
It the development In lody which It lacks
at this time. Mrs. rjhlerniann, long a
devotee of the Pekingese. Is to be con
gratulated on breeding such a topper III
an attempt to break Into the terrier
game Interest In the American bred
wire fox terrier will wax warm when this
voui.gster, Mrs. Hoy Halney's Conejo
Highbrow, and pome other crack home
breds which arc said to be getting ready
I .'or their debut compete against tho lm-
, 7 0I
one of the prettiest
One of the prettiest sights at the show
a, H k n'f beagles shown by u lady
In full hunting regalia They were tli.
Kalrlleld County HeHgles from Noroton,
Conn., nnd their master. Miss Mercedes
I.. 'rliiunlns. who Is the only woman
-naster of hounds on record, put the dogs,
through their paces In great styl. Mss
Crlinmlns had complete control over her
charges and they were n level cry of
lioiinds of quality
V Wycollar Hoy, looking- particularly fit,
made his. first appearance before a local
attendance since the Westminster. He
was the centre of an admiring circle
most of tho day nnd the critics were
unanimous In their assertion that the
Hub- tyke o.,ke-l one hundred per cent
better than he did at the Garden, when,
it was admitted that ho was n,it lit Ids
best form. Mrs. Haiti)' star seems lo
a vi- made up considerable In l,id ami
lias developed all over tn some i te
'Irayfnril iut hint down lit as a tlddle
and nearly landed him best of any do,;
In tho show.
H. K. HhvHlgood's Clumplon Durhai
sc. ins to have earned the place of king
among the preeut d ly cocker spaniels
He continues his unbeaten way In bis
bleed classea and has been "figuring
ttrongly in the unclassified specials. Ills
vv nulng best In the show- last Saturday
was pleasing lo nil. and Durbar sri-ins
t have answered the much mooted ques
tion, "Wh it dognf what breed will come
out to challenge tho right of a fox ter
rier -to best dog In show, a place the
littlo terriers havn usurped nt the ma
jority nf the shows held during the past
A small entry of Hngllsh bulldogs was
disappointing to breeders, of that type of
ib g. Something seems radically wrong
In the bii'ldog fancy when only two dogs
eimpcte for winners dogs 'and one of
them of such poor quillty that It should
not be V II. C. In a strong class, poll,
tics seems to lie hurting this breed and
fanciers should get together and get
out an entry, for tho breed surely has
tv t been up to standard In point of en
tries at recent shows,
In Sealyham terriers lCfllngham Law-n-nca
nindo two champions. Hraetleld
Temperance, by repeating his win of last
Scar at this show attained enough
points fur a title, while Hraetleld Green
I..-IHS Hlso came Into tho select circle bv
iTetung tno winners in Hitches,
John G. Hales had ever) thing his own
way iu tin- lii-h terrier classes, Hlar
ney Kllmona brought him the rosette In
bitches nnd tho old favorite champion
Hlarney Hiitteicup was llrst in the op
Supreme Surprise, the llltln ci eolato
Pomeranian owned by Albert Frccth
continued towaid a championship by
gettlnK tho points in dogs. Surprise in
one of tiie best of his color now being
shown nml had nothing to contend se
riously i -rnltist hlni for tho rosette.
Ju'cs Feroud was rnlher harshly treated
ny tint judge, when no did p. t Ket ti)H
reserve ribbon with StnUcr's Model, ,i
lialu black that ninny thought should
have been tho runner up to Frreth's
Thomas Hlce VarlckV smooth fox ter
rier i hamplon Salilnn Haptiiin stands
mil a I oil" In that breed at present, He
won handily in his sex, while Mrs, A. II
Smith's Champion Watlainl's Winning
Ways, an aptly named young bitch, was
best of thn opponlto sex,
i-'raiii". Addvman'H lightweight pointer
Champion Wntland's Wisdom dupli
cated his Edgewood performance by win-
La France Kennels, Ke.
' I'm) h Bulbing.
Four 1 1 1 k It Han Dog- tit KtU'l
Champion Poiiniunl I'm tilled
Onnilii Kltnl Son
I. a Krnnrr Model llhal
I Fee for ervlce nf alive 130.09.
! f.a Fratire II nun lVc tl.',.m.
Pupnle and flrowti .ioil for Male.
I'OFKET. J23 W 3th ."I.. New York
Tel. Chele.i 4(35
A. K I.' ?tOil le IJii.fi.1.
ttute nf lllrth, April S, I f I A.
Rlret fii. I'uiirqunl I'ss llltal.
HAM I ItAINKTTI.'.
The winner and bent In show at New York
Specially, toil, under Coldenberg.
tia WKiT MOTH ST., N. V. CITY.
Tel. MonilnlMde 2S3.
MONTK CAHt.O KKNNF.M
offer at MuJ the rrenvh Hulldng
MONTE CARLO HUGO
A nisrvelloua heaJe.l mm of Young Hugo,
bit cro for UHinlnj ltlvl bltchm.
Monte Carlo Hugo In n proved re of
smsll dsrk brlnille ciew tallsd tiuppl".
late puppies by dim for sale. Come nnd
see them I
Jl't, M l-'ANOMANN.
JOO Button St , Jerty City, N. J.
Tel. 3J7 Wibiter.
AT STUD. FEE IIS.OO
The Winning llmtnn Terrier
CHAMPION CROWN PRINCE III
A. K. ('. 11111.
An tttmrttve little dog nf high quality,
provtn tire of wonderful puppies.
Addri A l ZOUSCII, Agsnt,
Phone 3I83J. 116 llllluM Avt .
Ml, Vernon. Mt Vernon, N. Y
Puppies For Sale
RAI.ril J. CAIIKN, Owner.
F;onr bi-autiftilly marked Hoston Tcr
riir puppits for sn'lo. Two by Champion
Clifton Star and two ly Champion
Geo. F. Parker,
124 West 42nd Street,
New York City.
BOSTON TEnitinn PUPS by Champion
Clifton fiUr, iiMle and tml. eight eeks
old; cheap. MUS, JOHN St'AltKS. J'.IS
Avenu I., nsar FUtburh Ave., llrookln.
CONEJO KENNELS J'tVt! r"..'
0,T,rrtr,lConejo Hard Nut . " 25
Mest High- Jt'h. Dunregan Hero " 1'
UndMhllet ch. Ardoca fhlef, . " tl't
Puppl's and Orown Dogs Tor Sale
JLtArttt aU rommunlmttoni le
CHAS. TRAYFORD, Mgr , Huntington, L I.
Hlfheal Cla 'hnu Specimen. Toung
end lleetthy stock, for sals at Moderate
I'rleea. .Illaeka and llrnnns m bpeilallj.
Noted I'rlie Winners at Mud.
Mr. R. F. Mayhew, Trolley gtep III
Jertrho Turnpike. New ll.tile Perk, Long
Island. I'hone 41-R Floral Park.
At RAITT8 RADIUM T.
baautlfu iUp or-ings 1-nnieranUn nilrtla
ture. I'unpls t J grown ioek for a,e,
MR", E. AKOI--.
Ml Pre.Ment S'reM. "ani-atc. N. J
Phone 110J-W Panatc.
POMERANIAN PITPIE?. dainty arecl
mana. by Internstlonal ntnnera MI13.
CLANCY. li:i Oadn A., Illghbrlrtee.
Broni. enrnr of USth Pt.
rOMERANIANS ANP PEKINOKSB.
FAIRFAX rOMF.RAVI t NT1 rFRINO
TT.ST. OF THE IIIOIIEST or.VLITY.
NO JAI.Ee TO nEAT.nns
MRS. FRANK T. CLARKE
I.AHCIIMONT. N. Y.
iBoaion lvit Hod. Mayhaw Avaoua.)
JAPANESE. Peklne and Pomeranian
pupplsa for sale, docs at stud : Clsrk
aon Ave.. Hrorln,
filllFFON IIRI -EI.'.
BEAUTIFUL GRIFFON BRUSSELS
puppies from retristereil chnmpion
bred parents, rough nnd smooth
contecl. $:i.ri.0n up. Aply Mrs.
OLIVIA CEDKR. lf.l 1M Ave., Pol
htim, N. Y.
nlng over Hob White Kennel-.' Hub
White Victor, the winner at Mlno la.
These dogs have met three tlmei and
the count now stands two to one In favor
Greennrrn Kennels' black Chow Chow
Dinky of Nevvlnnda neared a i-hamph-n-sidp'bv
winmng II" .ipi-'.ir. i.i b
1 ..ot Hi, l i ..f h - "l"i- no th" b r '
a. till- tune and was v.i- l tin- be ' '
.,. . , , , , ..... .i i.i.,. i. . .
i ... ... ,.... .. i .. n. ......
W.lh Cie.lllv adllllKil. Her owners
the Southwoi-d Kennels ami she is the
best i-ol.ired blue I'l.o-.v which has Vi i
recn In many h day.
The 1lcen committee will find food
for thought In the Chow olas-es. Tliero
wrro Chow Chows entered In this
t.how, whllo Kngllsh build gs had in
entrb-s and field spaniels " Tlio list
named lueed" ate favored for vvinm-is
classes divided by sex bv that commit,
tee, while the llrst named Is said to lie
only worthy of a mixed w itinera class
P. J. Sullivan Is greatly elated over
the winning of his Hostmi terrier Lady
Grand, which Judge Samuel Fostci
placed as be-t of tlm breed over the win
nliiK dog. Auburn Hsppy, Jr. I.ady
Grand has won In all lilno points In live
weeks snd this Is .-specially gratlfvlng
to her owner, who Is also the breeder.
With Dr T. Moore-Smith nf Hlauvelt,
N Y., Judging the sporting spaniels that
division, paitlvul-iily the linkers, ninlo
a great show. Tim Judge was most
painstaking and Ins awards met with
gcneiat approval Mep.il Cassislis and
HrooUsidc Kennels divided tin- honors.
Claude of Canilan, the KiikIMi setter
which was best dug of any breed -it
I'rtgevvood, led bis breed hero. Hob
White Kennels' Hlue Sin- was the 1e-l
nf tho opposite sex. Hlue Sue Is a line
good one ami is imm m inn.
Will Iteturn lo SIhmt tinnie.
Mrs, Malcolm Strauss expects to get
bad; Into thn show game t.lis vvlu'er
with some puppies or her own liiccdm.
Iler winning matron Gatnlqtict h is Just ,
nresiiited her with a Utter of the, tluee ,
females and two males. Gamathos. John
II, llnslam s well know n stud dog, Is the
sire of this litter.
f EDIGREE BLANKS FREE OF CHARGE
New York Sun
Enclosed find 2c. stamp. Please send five pctligrcc
blanks free of charge,
T&SM steaks mar be Sad tn lota of one hundred tilth kennel and moi'i'i -m iii !
dress prlsUd Id red, blue or black Ink for II vi. .IrllvrrM by mall anrurr It '
tisiss. Pssuis added MtsrsloMuslrles. Check rmossy order muataccon, ''
At Mud, the tjplial onng Chaw
A. K. I . IS1S.I.I
A nice sllf.l re-l. gland head, short evr,
pect body, good bono and a lojaily br',1
Write for pnrtlriilafs.
MRS. H. D. HOFFMAN.
Mollis, Long Island.
Tel. tiZi Holds.
IN6LESIDE MERLIN MONTBALL
la offered at public stud.
Winner nf too Urals and spcliiI prllM In
Great Ilrllnln and Irriamli nlnntr i tab
Terrier Club's Mtli I'toUuc Stk-.
A Young, Honrnt, Sounit, True Tarrltr.
tVe be Hrrniigemnt.
Ptuiplea anil drown stork For Sale.
llroni, N. V.
New Marlboro, flerksliU-e County, Mat.
Famous champions at stud.
rupplea and sroivn atork naually for tasi
.l,r.NE-E UPAMKIM. irown dri M
riipplei for sli Imported Mnea, Ml,,
Inrksen, lit llifiifo St.. llrooklyn. rho-t
At Kind. Fee, It5 N
Champion Lawton Rex
Puppies and sron (iol for snl
hVccaioni: Ki:s-Ni:is nrg
O Carley HarrltiiHn, lledford 111. i,
OF.RMAN !IIEI'IIERII DO(.!,
I'npples and (irumi Unas.
(I! Heranlon Life Itiill.lliiar. .srranli.n, Pa.
The Dog Shop
Just opposite Altman's
15 Est 35th St.
I'hnne Hurray Hill r.HJ.1
A special exhibition of Sealjrham
Terriers, West HiKhlnuds mid Iiu.
ton Terriers this week.
All other breeds for sale.
Mra. D. D. Dunn.
S39 Are. A, llannne, S. .1.
Tide la tha fourth II tr of lk tin i
have brought up from b.rtli by Wr i ',
one thourlii the list i"r won
In a ahort time afr Kt'tlnr , .
ners ttne and huskv i.d i t
kennel ulthout Weiiiol. ilra 1 a
Hrooklvn. N. Y.
t eanol fur sale. Cl.nn per ran. tit I mmm-I.,
Field and Fane? and Itlker-llecrit-att
limes square store i.r dlrret fnun ilia
manufarlurera, Ate, A, Ilayonns, s, .1,
to any one who ran demonstrate tint th
MILNSHAW MANGE CURE
will not euro any and every lrtn dUeaw.. de
stroy fleas and lien ami promote r-ntji
I'rli e Mh'i anv dos s(r or potuli1
Jl I.FN I I HUM).
17 1 M.V I II KM... m; tiiitKtirr
And How to Feed
Milkl free lo uny aditrm t7
II. CLAY GLOVER CO., Int.
118Wel 31 it Slreel, New Vorl
MARTIN S. BALDWIN
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AT STtUl. THK .VIllKD.M.HS
PvTHlrK OIIHAMi t'il I.KK.Its l!f
FORMF.R. sV(,()TH FOV TEHItlKII
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t a,r, ,-v v irk
Al l. IIIIK V II- V I
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Unas shipped all over the minim
etv lork Kennels. Il.'t K. lllh s .
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nOAItUIMi MI llMII,IM
WATI.AM) IIIIXIilHMi KKNNKI.s
Hoard our pst i- i nv i1
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run. In.ll.i'i.si . rnlnn
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a It h ill- f ir w -rk end
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CSlt SI i n. l-lin-k w s' rtf H
Trlephuiie t'.o Kinr-t- c
THE QUALITY SHOW
OF THE YEAR
Highest class pxhibitini f
tlojxs seen this 1
IM t ui il -
Southampton Kennel Cluh
Saturday, July 8.
Sprs Inln esf I', i i ,i
It It , at V A M nip I
SlHtlon at 7 0 A M
Kris ti it- -ti. -is i .ii f i
Men-Jew i , , o in i- ,t
Vm f ;r s nr I - i
from Ii'. v U I I -
I v-rli iu m t I' a i
, Tl MIJ Ilrnur
I ( lltCT I rDACC TUt' DIV'CD"
JUOI ALKUOJ lilt IX I Y L l
I Hudson Countv K. t .
UNION HILL, N. I.
July 26, 1910.
Write tO Wm. H. Gilll, St'C'f).
29 BrO.tdwn.V, X. J.