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BRISK, BREEZY DAY
CONTEST STIR SHOW
Society Made Happy by
Sweeping Success of Phil
and Notable Battle of
Thin In the nd of fcntlment, the tiny of the
Vthen the JihIros pick from thn blue-blood
host .tho leiulor of nil th Imt.
Out of tho scores of thorouRhbrcils, game to
ttio heart and bona,
Thlch shall win bv point anil point, which
shall stand alone?
.most A sTJitr conntsrowir.NT.
BIIYN MAW II, Sr-pt. 20.
Idcnl wenther conditions arc prevailing
t the last iliy of the 20th nnnunt Uryn
Mnwr Horse Show, rind hundreds of en
thusiasts arc present to applaud and ad
mire local and Main Lino entries which
have captured most of the blue ribbons
durlnff tho Inst week's judging. Interest
In the final championship class, when
winners only will compete for tho most
coveted prize offered, has aroused con
There In a delicious tang In tho air,
which usually belongs to Horse Show at
mosphere, but has been missing until to
day. While a rather chill wind blows
across the polo field, a warm sun shines,
tempering the rawness of the day. As
was tho case yesterday, light top coats
hnvo replaced straw hats nnd flannel
trousers, as If over night costumes have
changed from clothing appropriate to
southern Florida to that of northern
But every person Is happy, and well
they might be, for Philadelphia and Slain
Line horses in tho Jumping classes hnvo
captured, exclusive of today's awards, ns
many blue ribbons as Now York, Boston
and Baltimore horses together. Count
ing first, second, third and fourth awards,
local entries last night had won U prizes.
New York entries took 2S all told, and
Boston and Baltimore six and seven, re
spectively. The most consistent winner of blue rib
tons has been Samuel D. Riddle's string
from Glen Blddlo Farms. Mr. Rlddlo's
hunters have- taken four blue ribbons.
Among local horsemen John It. Valen
tine's exhibits come next, with a totnl
of three blue ribbons. F. Ambrose Clark
and Robert I. Gerry, of New York, have
won four and three bluci, respetthely,
while A. Henry Hlgglnson. of Boston
took three. Only one blue ribbon so
far has gone to the Strontla Farm horses,
from Baltimore, In tho Jumping class.
Among local horses the Glen Riddle
mounts captured seven second nnd four
third prizes, while Mr. Valentine's string
was awarded six third and Ave fourth
IODAY DECIDES CHAMPION HORSE.
A notable list of entries is schedulea
today. Tho hunters' champion class,
which will be Judged this afternoon, will
determine the champion horse of tho
show on all counts. This class Is open
to winners. Only those hunters and
Jumpers which have been awarded blue
ribbons are eligible. Conformation, style
ofjumplng, pace and manners will be
considered by Judges In determining a
dinner of this last and most Important
Sally Cambeo. owned by F. Ambrose
Clark, already a winner of two bluo rib
bon?, and Ragtime, owned by A. Henry
Hlgglnson, of Boston, also a winner of
two blues, will compote with tho best
local horses. Mr. Hlgglnson will also
be represented In this clusa by Easter
John R. Valentine, of Bryn Mawr, who
has won three blues In the Jumping
elapse?, will have In this event Charaxus,
Bloe Gin and Fallan. Samuel D. Riddle
has won two blues with "Willow King and
Glndnlough. Out-of-town competitors in
this class will be Mrs. Herbert Wads
worth's Hard, Robeit L. Gerry's Ham
eah and E. B. McLean's Alarm.
J. G. Lolper, Jr., will have Watchmald
In the event, Howaid H. Henry will offer
Colonel O'Rnnnen nnd the Althorpe Sta
bles (Isaac H. Clothier. Jr.) will be rep
retented by Miss Canada.
According to u rule of tho Bryn Mawr
Horso Show Association, winners of first
prizes eligible to this final championship
clans must compete or forfeit their class
prize. This Insures a contest among the
pick of horses cnteied during the week.
One of the Interesting features at to
day Judging was the- draft hows class,
this marks tho flrst time hoary work
horses have been exhibited at a Bryn
Mawr show Tho principal competitors
nro Delchester Farms, Bottdlnot Farms
and .T, Howard Rtipplee.
Tandems l another Interesting etas to
be Judgort Immediately after lunch. "VV II
llsdcn Farm entiles here will compete
with William A. I-lcber and Charles It.
Hamilton's horses. Samuel M. Vauclnln
nnd A. W, Atklncon will have well known
SOCIETY IN CONGENIAL
GROUPS ON SUNNY LAWN
Dinner Dance at Highland Farm Cuts
From Our Staff Correiondcnt.
tlRYN MAWR, Pa., Sept. 27.-Soclcty
wns able to He nbed nnd rest for another
hour tnls morning, ns tho Horse Show
did not open until 11:30. Long before the
opening class, however, many morning
visitors had nrrlved, all anxious to pro
long tho lost day.
A clenr tiny for the entire week of tho
show seldom occurs, but with tho ex
ception of Thursday's threatening clouds
and tho Intense heat of the early week,
Ideal W'-nther hni prcvnllcd. Tho high
wind of the early morning abated some
what by noon, but the visitors sought the
sunnv lawn and, gathering chairs to
gether, made congenial little parties.
With the exception of the opening class
of ponies, the morning's entries were not
of particular Interest. As more than two
hundred and fifty guests attended the
dinner dance given Inst night nt Highland
Farm, the beautiful country home of Mr.
and Mrs. John R. Vnlentlne, tho early
attendance wns kept below par.
Mrs. Francis Wharton Slnklcr, who un
til her marriage Inst winter wns Miss
Mildred Pearcc, was among the early
morning visitors. She wore a cadet blue
suit and n black velour hat. Mrs. Slnk
lcr was accompanied by Mrs. D. Pear
son Penrce, who woro a whlto frock with
a silk sweater of tho popular beetroot
shale nnd nn nll-blnck hat.
Mrs. Francis King Wnlnwrlght wns ac
companied by her little son. stio woro n
beautiful palo bluo sweater and white
felt hat. fnced with blue.
Mrs. Herbert Lincoln Clark, In a whlto
cheviot suit and soft whlto felt hnt, mo
tored over with her two llttlo daughters.
dcrsBed alike In their covert coats and
natural straw hats. The little girls were
among tho most Interested spectators.
Mis. George Earlo and Miss Gladys
Enrle spent the morning In a sunny spot
on tho lawn, while Miss Hnnsell Earlo
entertained a fow friends In their box.
Little Miss Vnuclaln, who drove In the
opening pony clnss, was among the cutest
of the youngsters present. In her bluo
Angora sweater and hat to match. Llttlo
Miss Anno Ashton, who drove in this
cl.oss, wore a navy blue suit ana small
blue hnt, with a draped silk crown.
TRAMP HAS VARNISH COAT
AND NO FEAR OF WATER
Gets Three Months in Jnll to Wear
His Suit Out.
He has Joined the ancient order of the tired
Whose rerorda work may never taint or
And he wears a suit protective even though
he should tie tubbed
Water ennnot reach his cuticle through
Joseph Brennan, of Tamaqua, Pa., Is
now a regular member In strong stand
ing of tho Knights of tho Road. So strong
Is his standing that he finds It almost
impossible to bend, due to tho coat of
varnish with which he was supplied gratis
by a number of tramps with whom f3
fell In on a freight car bound for this
Brennan Introduced himself to Mag
istrate Emely at the Park and Lehigh
avenues station this morning. In addi
tion to a suit of varnish he wore a
hnt nnd a piece of burlap. Magistrate
Emely acknowledged tho introduction by
AT THE HORSE SHOW EXHIBITS AND EXHIBITORS
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SEEKING TO COLLECT
Prdcess Servers Besiege
Manchester in New York.
Laughs at His Plight.
It is Rumored there were
.also Horses Showing
NEW YORK, Sept M Creditors fef thfl
Ituke of .Manchester whose International
L'durntionnt League, a daj light moving
picture scheme, was wrecked on a finan
cial reef, are beilrglng him today nt the
Itltz-f.'arlton In a mighty effort to col
lect money duo Hum. Thp lengue had
been Incorporated with a capital of f 10,
W.OOO, but It collapsed before much of
the stoek had bien sold. Tho Duke
rnmc here today from 1'hlliulelphln,
whither he went a few dnys ago when
he realized the venture wns a failure.
Kor a while his whereabouts were a
mystery, ns he had been reported in
Canada and then In Philadelphia.
Lfforts are being mndc by a process
fervor for Thomas F. Cinlvln, a Fifth
avenue florist, to find the Duke, so that
papers can be sorved on him In n suit
to recover J430, which It Is alleged the
Duke owes on a florist bill. Louis F.
Pearl, attorney for flalvln. Bays ho
chased the Ungllshmnn for weeks be
fore he paid 2.7) on nccount of a $723
bill. The Duke nlso gave nnother. check
for $2."Q, but It came hack marked "no
In March, WOO. the Duke married Miss
Helen Zimmerman, daughter of Eugene
Zimmerman, a millionaire banker and
railroad magnate, of Cincinnati. Tho
Duke and Duchess have passed much of
their time In England and have
traveled a great deal. Zimmerman ar
rived In Cincinnati yesterday, and laugh
ed heartily when told his son-in-law was
reported to have dropped 12,000,000 of his
own money In tho enterprise.
"The Duke never mentioned the matter
to me In the way of suggesting that I
Invest," said Zimmerman. "It Is absurd
to suppose that he lost any such amount
In any enterprise. He did not have It to
sending the man to the County Prison
for three months.
If Brennan Is a tramp at heart the
next few monthB will be the most bliss
ful of his life so far, as he will be
Imprevlous to water until tho varnish
starts to wear. Brennan told the Mag
istrate that tho degree team Initiated
him because he was unable to answer
THIEVES BIP TIKE FKOM AUTO
Policemen Trace Men to Empty
House and Arrest Them.
While an automobile wns standing nt
21th and Do Lancey streets this morning,
two men ripped a new tire from a rear
wheel, while many persons were passing,
and carried it tc an empty house at 2Uh
and Cypress streets.
They were traced by Policemen Galla
gher and Murphy, and arrested. The pris
oners gave their names as Charles Mllll
ken,' of 2421 "Wavcrly street, and John
Cummlngs, of 2323 Tasker street They
were held In $300 ball for court by Magis
trate Haggerty. Tho tire belonged to
Frederick Storch, of 1712 Tolf street.
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