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HORSE IS KING
IN ALL PASADENA
BLUE-BLOODED EQUINES ARE
L. V. HarknetV Animals Burpass
Their Competitors Irt Many
Events— Society People In
The horse is king In Pasadena.
Bouthern California has no time for 111
smelling automobiles, but honors Us
earlier friend, the horse.
Animals of all classes and colors,
gaits and sizes, but every one of them
with the bluest of equine blood cours
ing through its veins, greeted the eyes
of the thousands of pernons at the
opening of the three days' horse show
given by the Pasadena Tournament of
Roses association at Tournament park,
Pasadena, yesterday. Being essential
ly a society affair, the concourse which
viewed the animal aristocrats was a
brilliant one. Society from all over
Southern California adorned the grand
stand and boxes and lent to the affair
a coloring In perfect accord to a cloud
. L<ooked at from any point of view the
opening day was a decided success.
The attendance was large and the
class of horses which paraded the Baw
dust, drawing their smart Equipages,
presented to the" eye a brilliant scene
and one which Southern California has
not had for years. -'-',■ .'../.
Tournament park Is apparently the
ideal place In which to hold an open
, air horse show. • The ring, with its
Judges' stand in the center, was .sur
rounded on three sides by the line of
carriages and horses. The fourth side
was given up to the grand stand, and
was crowded by. those who knew and
some who only thought they knew the
. fine point* and marks of quality fn the
horses in the ring.
L. V. Harkness' Prize Winners
All honors in the line of prize win
ning: belong almost entirely to L. V.
Harkness, whose horses were so well
pointed and met with such favor In
the eyes of the judges that they were
awarded the blue ribbon five times dur
ing the afternoon, while that mark of
second in merit, the red streamer,
adorned the necks of the Harkness
entries twice. In every event in which
>he had an entry Mr. Harkness secured
a ribbon, and at the close of the af
ternoon led the other exhibitors ! by
Close behind the Harkness exhibit in
the number of ribbons captured came
John S. Cravens of Pasadena. One
blue, three red and three yellow rib
bons were worn by the Cravens equines
during their parade of the field after
the .various event^. The other exhib
itors-shad to satisfy * themselves .with
three' firsts, three seconds and four
thirds between them, for the Harkness
and ' Cravens bridles wore ' all the other
ribbons to be given. ■■ l . ; ?" . !
'What was probably the event of the
day was the exhibit of harness horses
in : pairs, ' the vehicles being suitable t<
the. general scheme. Even the judges
could not at once decide between Happy
' Jack and Sunny Jim, drawing the
Cravens carriage; Frock and Frolic,
driven by L. V. Harkness; Cardinal
and Brown Prince, a second pair from
the Cravens stable; My Lord and My
: Lady, Graham E. Babcock's well
matched blacks, and Tommy Atkins
I and Chub, R. T. Goodhue's entry.
, Happy Jack and Sunny Jim finally
were awarded the blue mark of superi
ority and the Harkness pair was
adorned with the second prize, while
Cravens' other team, Cardinal and
Brown Prince, carried off the honors
attendant on the orange ribbon.
Frock, . the bay gelding* which repre
sented the Harkness forces with Frolic
in the event for teams, was awarded
the ' badge of honor in the competition
for mares and geldings hitched to run
abouts. Perfectly handled by Mrs.
I Macomber, and drawing a smart, high
wheeled runabout, Frock went through
his paces in the enclosure, and when it
'-came time to make an award of the
blue ribbon the judges immediately
• 'adorned Frock's neck with the azure
mark. The victory was one jof the
most popular of the afternoon, and"
when Mrs. Macomber guided the Hark
ness gelding from the ring she was
liberally applauded. One entry in the
same event which the spectators evi
dently thought deserving of a ribbon,
but of which the Judges. evidently had
their own ideas of placing the winners,
was ' the handsome bay drawing Mrs.
TV. G. Otis, jr., and her perfectly ap
In point of handling no horse on the
field was better driven, but the animal
Itself did not come up to. the Judgeß'
mark of esteem and was left out of
the prizes. When Mrs. Otis left the
ring at the end of the exhibit she was
applauded nearly as heartily as' was
the winner of the event. .
The first honors among the trotllng
roadsters were captured by another
Harkness entry, . Moro, which was
thought the best, from a small field.
Dr.' Edmunds' Dagworth was second in
the eyes of the authorities, while Bab
cook's Toggles was decorated with. the
■'..' Benjamin Blossom of Pasadena cap
tured both first and third prizes in the
event for saddle horses, showing three
galtß. Mojave, which won . first prize
for; his owner, fully subscribed to the
general ' rule laid down for the perfect
horse of his division, and the judges
had ' no hesitancy in awarding his
owner .the palm of victory. Dahlia, a
handsome bay mare owned and ridden
by.W. L. Graves, Jr., of Los Angeles,
was chosen for the second, prize.
Frock and Frollck, the handsome pair
'entered by L. V, Harkness, came in for
another blue ribbon In ,' the event for
tamleuiß. The pair, with Fj'ullu lead*
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SOCIETY PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE HORSE AT PASADENA'S BIG SHOW
THE LINE.UP OF TANDEMS IN FRONT OF THE JUDGES' STAND. IN THE FOREGROUND 18 MIS 3
IRMA ZIER AND HER HANDSOME PAIR, MERRY BOY. AND PIRATE
Ing, worked in perfect harmony, and
with their owner guiding them caused
genuine enthusiasm. The Cravena pair,
Seabrlght and The Minister, were
placed second, and Seabold and Old
Sport, from the same stables, won the
With but two entries the event for
four-in-hands, . hitched to a coach or
brake, did not evolve Itself into an ex
citable number on the program. . L. V.
Harkness, with his four bays. Defender
and Colonel as wheels and Blue Grass
and Bodwlne In the lead, was awarded
the premier ribbon, while The Minister,
Seabright, Game Cock and Sea Gold,
drawing the Cravens brake, were placed
The last number on the card fur
nished the most exciting period of the
exhibit. Nine polo ponies, competently
and even daringly ridden by their
owners, competed for the honor of
wearing the blue ribbon. The little ani
mals were put through their paces close
to the grandstand and caused a flurry
as their owners, in a wild endeavor to
gain the favorable decision from the
judicial party, caused them to wheel on
a fast run ; or to whirl in and out be
tween posts' set a few feet apart while
going at a mad gait. B. N. Smith Jr.,
with his handsome sorrel gelding, Cres
cent, proved better than his competi
tors and was awarded first prize.
Plnkey, owned and ridden by Thomas
Weiss jr., was second, and H. G. Bun
drem's Tommy Atkins was placed third.
Nbt an accident of any kind occurred
during the entire afternoon and the
smoothness with which the entire af
fair was carried off speaks much for
the lovers of the thoroughbred, who
have spared neither time nor expense
ttr'glye Southern California^ a genuine
The show will continue today and to
morrow and at its conclusion, Saturday
night) ' the "horse show" ball will bn
given in Pasadena. •
Twenty-six events • are down In ,■ the
program to be contested, eight of which
were completed yesterday. The re
mainder will' be finished today and
Many Persons Help to Make the Show
The men 'In charge of affairs all
through the show are C. D. Daggett,
E. D. Neff. "W. H. Vedder, W. J. .Ho
gan and R. I. Rogers, nnd these men
have worked unceasingly for the suc
cess of the whole affair. Of trie ring
committee, ,W. J. Hogan Is chairman,
with a separate committee for. each
afternoon. Today, Lloyd Macy, F. V.
Rider and A. S. Halstead acted with
him, while tomorrow Dr. F. F. Row
land, Ellicott Evans end D. M. Lin
nard will constitute the committee.
On Saturday, John B. Miller, J. E. Jar
dine and A. W. Armstrong will per
form the same duty.
As an advisory committee for all of
the details -of the arrangements, the
following well known men have aided
largely in the preliminary wark, and
most were present this afternoon in
boxes: John S. Cravens, C. F. Holder,
Fred E. Wllcox, A.Klngsley Macomb
er, Benjamin Blossom, John B. Miller,
J. E. Jardine, W. C. Burns. Col. G. G.
Green. Walter Raymond, W. S. Staats,
F. C. Bolt, E. J. Pyle, John E. Marble,
J. Blakewell Phillips. C. B.* Scovllle,
and Harrison T. Kendall.
The Judges In the harncßS classes
were E. L. Brand and Chas. Saddler
and Francis Underbill; In the roadster
classes, M. M. Potter, Walter Newhall;
and in the saddle classes, Robert Lee
Bettner and Colin Stewart. Especially
in Francis Underhlll do the officers of
thn show feel that they have a re
markably able Judge, since he has held
the same position both ', at Madison
Garden horse shows and at Chicago.
The prizes amount to lison in value,
being handsome silver trophy cups of
varylng'deslgn and size. The two fin
est prizes are given by M. M. Potter of
Santa Barbara and Hotel Green.
A «Mm 250,.
I WILL REFUND YOUR MONEY IF IT FAIL*. >
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL* 7, 1905.
FROCK, L. V. HARKNESS' BLUE RIBBON WINNING GELDING, DRIVEN BY MRS. MACOMBER
Each Is .valued at $125 and are to be
awarded to the best single-entry horse
shown, and to the harness fours to
coach or brake.
The Hotel Maryland cup, valued at
$75, for harness . pairs to any four
jivheeled vehicle; the William H. Hoe
gee trophy of the same value for light
weight polo ponies not over 14.2; the
Montgomery Bros.' $100 cup for single
harness horses; A. Hamburger & Sons'
trophy, valued at $75," for the best'la
dles' turnout, are other prizes toward
which exhibitors are already beginning
to cast amorous eyes. Hawley, King
& Co., the Los Angeles Driving club,
Coulter Dry Goods company, John D.
Lalng of Montreal, G. W. Hall of Og
denburg, N. V.; S. Nordllnger & Co.,
George J. Birkel & Coi, the "Valley Fuel
and Gas company |of Pasadena, | Jep
san Saddlery company, Pacific Electric
Railway company, Schneider & Black,
John B. Miller the Tournament of Ro
ses association The Times and others
are also doners of trophies embodying
all varieties of unique and beautiful
workmanship as well as great expense.
Every class will have a suitable prize.
Among those making, entries outside
of Pasadena were Graham E. Babcock
of Coronado; R. T. Goodhue, Los An
geles; Alanson Dean Perkins, Los An
geles; .Waffle & West, Santa Ana; A.
C. Severance, Arrowhead; Charles Had
ley, Los Angeles; W. L. Graves, Los
Angeles; J. A. Edmunds, Los Angeles;
J. H. Williams, Los Angeles; Mrs. John
Vos, Los Angeles; H. C. Seville, Holly
COOKING WITH GAS
Do you know how to clean .
a foul burner ? a burner for
light ? a burner . for cooking ?
■ Perhaps a third of the aver-
age gas bill is for wasted gas.
| cAsk the gas office.
Two solid trains through to
Chicago without change via
Chicago, Union Pacific and
North- Western Line over, the
only double-track railway be-
tween Omaha and Chicago,
Two trains a day to St. Paul*
Dally and personally conducted tours
to Chicago In Pullman tourist sleep-
Ing cars only 57.00 double berth to
Assl. Eic. i.lpiliill.
wood; Mrs. J. H/ Williams, Alhambra;
Fred Bixby, Los Angeles; H. G. Bun
drem, Los Angeles; T. H. Dudley, Santa
Monica; B. N. Smith, Los Angeles; J.
A. Edmunds, Los Angeles; Harry
Weiss, Los Angeles; Thomas Weiss,
Los Angeles; John B. Weiss, Los An
geles; Miss Gladys I. Humphreys,
Sierra j Madre, and F. Wlthrow, Los
Society people were out in force and
many box parties . are arranged for
every afternoon during the show. Yes
terday afternoon among those |in at
tendance were: Mr. and Mrs. William
Stanton, Miss Nev'in, Miss Armstrong,
and Miss Thomas In the Stanton box.
Mr. and' Mrs. Story had with them in
their box eastern friends. Mr.' and Mrs.
Herlihy had Mr. and Mrs. Van Nuys
and Miss Unthank as guests. With
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Morehouse were
Mr. arid Mrs. Groenendyke. Miss
Fiances Sanborn had eastern relatives
as her guests, and Los Angeles friends
were with Mr. and Mrs. Boynton. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Elmer Wilcox occupied
a box with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grey.
Mr. and Mrs. ' A. . Klngsley Macomber
with Mrs. Wllhelmer Root occupied a
box, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A.' Lamper
had with them as guests Dr. and Mrs.
Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plx
ley were guests of Rev. and Mrs.
Robert J. Burdette. ■ Others in . boxes
c/4. Tourist sleeping car
, will be available for a
Anv TiiPQ/lav Thro> from Los
Any IUGMIdy Angeles to Denver,
-■„■ \; Omaha, Chicago and in-
WC(I lI GSdcIV termediate points, with
1 splendid connection for
, TL J the farther East or South-
Or I IllirSdfly east. When you have
given us opportunity* to
show you exactly what
this offer means, you will realize that it is \ the
very plan You want Call on or address
jl 'TjfJlfll n flllll w - w - ELLIOTT. District Passr Agent,
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■.The Time Schedule. Will Convince You.'
Stop Oft Allowed at NIAGARA FALLS.
KOSS»C CLINE, P. C. P. A., LOS,ANGELES,iGALi
were Mr. and Mrs. T.arur, Minn Lansr,
Miss Has«l Lftn* and. Mist Smith, Mrs.
J. M. Ma«Cormaek, Mrs. W. C. Moul
ton, Mr. and Mrs. h. V. Harkness, Mrs.
11. K. Macotnber, Mrs. Wiant, Mr. und
Mrs. . Walter Raymond, Mrs. John
Cravens, Mrs. Llbby, Mri. W. J. Ho
fran, Mrs. J. M. Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
Louts K. Lafflln, Mrs, William Mer-
Khon, Mrs. William It. Vedder, Mrs.
M. D. Painter, Mrs. 3. 11. Woodworth,
Mrs. Wallace Woodworth, Mr*. MacD.
Snowball, Mrs. M. 11. Zler, Mrs. B.
M. Zler, Mrs. I. H. Zler, Miss McClln
tock, Mrs. W. W. Harrison, Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Blossom, Miss Erma
Blossom, Mrs. M. W. Blossom, Mrs.
L. If. Blossom, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Murray-Craig, and 11. Murray.
The program for tomorrow after
1:16 p. m.. Class 12— Runabouts, appoint*
1:46 p. m., Class 17— Saddle horses, five
2:05 p. tn., Class B— Harness horses, la-
dies' pairs, appointments.
2:30 p. m.. Class 3 — Harness horses.
3:00 p. m.. Class 11— Single Victoria, ap-
3:30 p. m., Class 25— Pony In harness. I
3:50 p. m., Class I— Harness horses, gig.
4:15 p. m., Class 22— P010 ponies, middle
and heavy weight.
TO STUDY FOSSIL BONES
Princeton Department of Paleontology
Plans Western Trip
By Asscrlated Press.
NEW YORK, April 6.— The depart
ment of paleontology at Princeton unl
verßlty is completing its plan for an
expedition to Wyoming and Montana
in June with a view, to collecting' fossil
bones and skeletons of prehistoric ani
mals. ':'.'■ ... - . ...
. After several weeks devoted to the
collection of , specimens opportunity
will be given to the students to become
familiar with ranch and camp life.- The
trip will end with a two weeks' camp in
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