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Terriers Owned Here Walter Stern's Beryl and Olivia Are Considered Finest in World. PAIR SWEPT BOARDS IN ENGLISH SHOWS F.arlybird Kennels Contain OtiV ers. Foreign and Homebreds, That Are Stars. Plenty cf enthusiasm, the wherewithal Suits on*'s fancies and knowing just -,at oi e vanta do not leases In the dog world. A fanci?" ,t orric he might a I ? ochen la tno * ; tie? ( ??'? unpions ne tchful waiting"' and know ^ Just w'::en to buy. It is by this method and by employing , i c-.':-n whom he considers the best In nntry that Walter stern, owner of ? I rlyblrd Kernels, has managed to ? it string of Scottish ter? riers il the world, or, il that phrase Is too sweeping, at least a String which In? cludes the Une la the world. This ao one can doubt eben he <-ow r.".ers that Mr Mem hai within the few months added t.. hu aenneli Cham? ?vion Barlybird Ttoubadour, formerly ? lour; Chai hari.vbird Ollels and Chemplon Bapton Beryl Nowhere in the world Is there a flnet Scottish terrier than Beryl, unless'. It Olivia. Inch has been beat'1" Jusl in England, and It was a rase of mpty turning the tables. When the two young matrons met ta the sb U rlnK at the tend'-r ago ?if seven months. Olleta .jjjg ,i . . bok T* second meet? ing was at the Crystal Palace show. both had graduated from the pupp] Here Barton Beryl ?ame Into bel f?nd \e- ribbon for h^r rival. Mr. 'Stern's Ural choies was Bapton , ... believed that lie had ,.,n?,i | , t fl otttab terrier In the world, v.,: ? he heard of Olivia he thought V WOO?, ;.p,i te I i on t. a sail si.. ? ; u hased ien. too. .Mr. stern entered both of the young ? t show of the V Kennel Club fuel to see what McCandliah, who is the greatest authority, would do about it Bdlish's ' BPton with OliVlS in second plac. . Had i-idge been J- N. Reynard, who ii Jed to be the best of all judges in itive land of the Bcottlea, he would ndoubtedly have chosen Olivia. Mr. not know which he - In spes of Olivia In "The Kennel I Fteyi iid said: "In cham i: ii an: Olivia 1 found a bitch of aiiM quellt: and she was put ? i lid form. Iyooking a! ?;. .. might have thought ma a little full in the eye. but this than ?' a!, ai she '-ned to be a shade bar? of balr ?ha walked round .d one got a side view of her ghe was absolutely perfect. - competition f"'- the g I for bitch, after careful con? : awarded the prize to Ro -? neial contour pi?,. i - than that of Merlewood lia." it ? pop? Bepton Beryl defeated a nd's champions, twice lower - ' it the might'.' pla? [epPOCh Dugsld. i la from the kennels of J. Deane \\ Ulla, mder the management of ! Hrrt Mankincoii. have produced some of -eotties In England BbS is by ??n Bertha 011 rly owned by Miaa f. Mao Keasle She Is by Ornsay Ideado- and Leader. At i urn? that Bervi crossed the Ocei ^.jbadour, h Bapton Morman doe. which was bred by W. L. I Troubadour i holce ? la tv" final ompetltlon he was beat*" by the imorn arable Bs ? These two rec?nt Importations of Mr. Stern's havs the diaunetten of having j ?? on their American championships in | twanty SSVaa days. Mr. Stern had planned ; to do it In seventeen days?that 1s, if the ; judges liked his English dogs as well as ha did. unfortunately, they made their agpesranns at the Newark show, which ' .-.. point through the storm that delayed so many of the entrants. They ad Ihe sarn?? experience at Philadelphia, Which left them two points short of their championship. In less than S month,. however, Beryl and Troubadour added the coveted title la ?half AflMl names. Now Mr Stern is going out after ch?m ph r.ships fOr Olivia and I ?aligan, the lat ter aloe a raonnl importation. Dellgaa hag boen BhOWU twice and has boatsa several American champions. His Brat appear anee was under OaorgS Kop.r at I ?an? bury and his second in ?1er Cieorge Sedge arkk. Jr., at Albany. Daligan is by Orn ggj Jackie ami Dorrls. The iniportittion of Eng ' has t? mporariiy acBpsad the haaasbreds la the EarlyMrd Ken?eh? although they art ...ruing the beet in lbs country. In the lot Bartybtrd Alarle, by Barlybird Dun? and Bertybtrd Flame; Earlyblrd Bdnw, Barlyl Ird Bracken, Barlybird -.pug, Kariyhird Maggie, Barlybird Berlri, t,l',f Invasior and Omaay Anna. Ja. kdaw, ?hl'li was so niut-h admired ? show. war. sold t< .?..??? || n ai other tr: . . t to J W. Olllls, of Rochester. In th< present ara a number of ? which Mr Btern m ? things, 'i bare is a litter bj ? which has for a mother the at re Bwiri and anothar lot belong to I . Their father is PtahOls Byi aged t< Mn Reginald VERMILAX Worm Remover "For Your DOG'S Sake" I ?.if?-, Qui. k. PoaHlva mu? I'lrii.nni I i|.-llrnt. irely vac? ? -. . t-ifc eoi . I I ? . It h nr.tl *i> - i BuBaa til'" ? lha Beg (I ? i ... V I l.vill \\ t 0 ''?.. i;M.?. |A, ??? P IM M s** ?f*?* Here's a Dog Which Really Sings lSMag all Hip relehrilie? athici were beached ai tb? Paid!? ? hit, ghsa ve? terdaj none ?ttriirtr-d more ultrntirin III 'ti ;i little Marl. < nrlv aM? railed Klgger, Mr i? (he proper!* of I rani. P. Mirk, ?mil unions, other :iii om|ili?limr nt ? M.lirr run ?inc. Mr iloeMi't h:r?e In lie inH\ril <-ithrr. nor r'urs he urje ? ?old. When hi? own er telle, him to ?lag he ?it? n|t :m<i ?ins? a iliMinet lime, aiH hi? re;irri r* i? quite rvlenviw. v nu- one BgggSStSd Mr. She! llaSSg? III? name to ( uru?o. and al times the likene.? *yh? rather Martlin;;. TO TALK ON TOY DOGS English Authority Will Appear at Waldorf on Tuesday. The Toy Spaniel Club of America baa leaned Invitations to ? apeclal meeting which will he held a i the Waldorf-As ? ? ? Tin lay at I o"dock. iu.n. Mr.?. Lytton, of England. win addreei the meeting, takini dogjl as her ?Object. As Mrs. l.yUon In considered the best known authority, it is likely tl it the meeting will he well attended. Tes nill t>e served si ? o'clock a SUGGESTS CHANGE IN SEALYHAM RATING English Official Would Make Champions Qualify for Game ness Underground*. if T. Hamilton Adams carries his point, Bealybam terrien n i ngland, at least, will have to have more than mete beauty to recommend thorn. At the recent meeting of the Kennel Club, al tha clubhouae, si PleeadUly, Lon? don, Mr. Adama proposed the following resolution: "No Bealybam tertiei wlU he eligible for the title of champion until he has gained a working osrtlflcats for game i asa underground, such certificate to he given by a master of fox or other hounds, or the master of a lecopnizecl hadger dlggtag club, registers?! at the Kennel Club." This sounds formidable, and al! of the little doga which have trained their cham? pionships in America mav congratulate ' ai res, for manv a terrier which is s thing of beauty and a jo\ forever would prefer many things to meeting a big badger In a dark hole TOY DOGsTm BENEFIT Philadelphians Arrange Show To Be Held April 22. \ <lri^ show fr>r the benefit of thl Babies' Hospital of Philadelphia will be held St the r.cllov ue-Stratford. Phila? delphia, on Wednesday, \prii L'.'. The exhibition will be ?'or toy dog?. I.mmlttee in charge of the lira. James Mauron chairman; Mrs. Frank Bmytb and Mrs. William Cam r Wiederseim. Among the patroness?? am Mrs. Ralph C Stewart, ?Ira i K, .Mitchell. Mro ."?'.he Llpincott, Mra Efflngham B. Mor Mra, Theodor.' Voorness, Mr?. Will? iam J'. Klliott, Mrs. Charles P. Jenkins, Mi llfred Delmonte, Mrs. p?Ui Denk M i . \u- c Howard Clark, jr., and Misa Meta \.Isle. WALTER T STERN. DOG BREEDERS BUSY Great Dane Association Will Start with Fine Prospects. Th* first meeting of the proposed Great Dane Bree?lcrs Association was held at the St. Elmo Hotel, Tar Rockawa Wednesday at ei btg The. promoters Were exceedingly sur? prised ;,nd gratified at the large attend? ance and ? optional encouragement received from those pn This ?hili will !" formed to promote and improve (he breed In this country. A tentative ?chedule ef meetings was ar? ranged which will im hide talks to the amateur by various well known I re? der?, during which gt od and bad points of a dog win be?shown to th< members from a live model Debates anil be held by different experts to show bow each sums tip the various points and the value of various points which go to make a perfect specimen, Other meetings ?rill Include discussions of the successes and the revenes breeders have had through breeding along diff?rant ln.es. whether Inbreeding or o'ltcrossin^', to get type. Tne dub wiM also hold various social rights, on Which "dog" will not be dla cussed. Those inter*?sted ma;- communicate with the temporary secretary, D. .t. OgUvte, De Grace Kennels, Lynbrook, i.-mg laland. Rain Blocks Detroit Game. Indianapolis. April 11.? Wet grounds to? day caused the postponement of the exhi? bition b?sela':! gam,' scheduled between the Detroit Americana and the Indian? apolis Amaricen Association club. Dog Fashions Keeping Pace with the Times ?. Jewel Studded Collars Set with Birthstones Prove Popular Fad. Nevei before sinos the PsQUins, Rsd ferns and Wortha of dog?Som began to I vie with one another in perfecting the artistic doggy apparel have the canine fashion^ Inen to alluring as now. I'r.fortuiiately. the canine celebrities for which these .styles are designed do not take the keen delight which Is evinced by their owners in a shopping tour, unk h includes Innumerable fittings and a trying on of the varioup articles In? tended to beautify the pampered pets. When one considers that absolute com foit ll the keynote of do:-; fashions one realizes just how much man's best friend has to be thankful for. Certainly so much cannot bt eakl <>f things sartorial which are designed for the fair owners of the canines. The i m .-? I il dog outfitter in America dates hit i far hack ?'.:>, when he received a diploma from i.,c Ainsricsn Institute for hit 'lever and workmanship There are jewel studded collars, man;. ?of them set with the don's birthstoi sterling silver er,liars for the "Poms" .i!,.i "Pokes," piam black patent 1. for the conservativa dog whl? h hails from the ?quaker 'l'y and psdlgrse coi lata for the blue blOOdsd 'ani?es which 'are dastroui of carrying their family I trees on their Ml ks. Jt i? doubtful If the selection of his col? lar is r.t great Inportano to I klo ao long as the old stvie is not chosen, lor that is designed to !,? m;; the wide studded part undei ms ?hin and make maStST Pido feel ;,s uncomfortabl? as a boy in his ? ? ' g i ollar. At ?mo time the collar was ?bunt the only itd'irninent which a ?alf r ?spading Nos th? wardrobe of aver) dog of not? contaJni coats, fui lined ami those d< ilgnsd for the pesais? ? ?? h plaid? '"' as ocean voyage, ?? i ? romp In the park, r.iincoats f?.r a rainy ?lay and eiistom mad? shoes r.f variOtU kinds, s.j11:, '.lr- f.M atrest wear '? and bouse ?rear Pot "' m tag table than an mani? cure eats, perfumed ahampoos, antiseptic pert and poudra da Hi-, 1.1 oralertng U ? oNar the follow* mg si/.? s win ne found authentic Pae gjrsdala terriers, ?- Inchaa is the avaraga *i/.e. bsagles, ?::. Torkshin '.1 rters, 11. whippets, i_. West Highland wtilte taillais, 1-, Macfc and t.m terriers, bloodtwttndSi It; bulldogs, i?; to 18; LOB t.ii.er , H t., ||; hull t' r ? |r ra?. 1?; '? rrlers, |] in M. toi blick and Un. s ir, ii, bay Beatona, II; wt Bernards, ?. a . m. sjoottlss, II; Beottlsh deerhounds, II; ksordon Betters, ij ti> 17. 1 1 ??? ?? '. ix to -?". grej seen de und if. 11 n is 1 i? p. if; 1 Chihuahuas, x, chow?, hi, ?'luinher t'p.inlrls, 19 cockers, IC; collies. 15. dachahundo, 13; Iriah ter? riers and Italian greyhounda, ?;. Jage and Maltese terriers, 10. Old Bngttab sheap dogs, B; Pokes, 11; pointers. M to IT; Poms. 8 to It; BOOdlBB, IS; retrievets. IS to D; Russian, wolf? hounds, 16; ScMpperkee, II; Dalmatlana, 13; Dandis tMnmonts, 14; Engllah setters, 19; English toy spaniel^, il to IS; Ameri? can foxhound^, it; English foxhounda, IS; fox terriers. 11 to 12; French bulldog?. U. JUDGES NAMED FOR LONG ISLAND SHOW Mrs. C. Halstead Yates to Pass on German Shepherd Dogs and Dalmatians. The list <>i Judges is announced for the show of the Long Island Kennel Club, Which will ho held at the Sh^eps hand Bay race track on May SB Mi?. ' Halstsad VatCS, who ha? heen so successful v. it Ii the Oak Ridgf Ger? man shepherd dogs owned by Thoms K. Ryan, baa consented to lodge that breed as arell as Dalmatlana Mrs. i- a Dallen vviii do Boaton ter? rien; M'- B. Meckay will Judge Japan? ese spaniels, Engllah toys, Maltese ter? ri, rs Papllloni and ti?:- poodlea Other todgei arill ta ai folloera: Mrs. .1. C. Hadlsy, Krie, Renn., Russian wolfhound'. W, M, Jones, Brooklyn, N. V , Airetlaie and Iri^h tiTrlers; J. B. Has lam. Sew > ork City, PreoCk build"-' C. H, llantler, New York i'ity. tirent Danes; .J"hn n Blackwood, Trenton, N, .1 oolites; i. ai Ksevan, Brooklyn, n. y., st Bernnrda; Alva b. Roeenberg, Brooklyn, N I . Pomemnlana and Bchlpperkt : .T. c. Waller, Sew fork City, pointer?; i. i: Qoodmen, New York Olty, Peking? ese -pain.'i. Lanatng f. Platt, Albany, N I . bull tai ?rtela; John sinot, Phlhv delphls, Pe? i dachshunds; Theodore Off* ermnn, Wes fork City, fox, Bedllngtou, Bealyham, West Highland white, Boot* ti: h ami \\ .-lull tentera, I?antii?- I'ln mont intl variai ? i ?>?? Chas G. Hopton, New fork City, Mew? fbundlnnds, beagtai ? ounda, Qriffons Bruxellois Chlhuahuna, greyhounda, Ital? ian greyhounda, toy Mack and t.tns, Una* terriers, whippets Dobormnn Plnaehen, i.lies, local oleases chil? dren's .las .-, uni nnflasstfled apar la la. variety eht i ii W. Lacy, Boaton, Bant Irlak wolf? bounda s otttah deerhounda, maatiffs, bloodhounds, otterhounds, chow cbourg* Bameyedea I iqulrnaua, nil setters, Bel? gian, Bhetlnnd and Old English sheepdogs "f til- Marremos, pugs, ba aethounds, 1 i" :.it' Baj th.?s. retrtevera, Iky* terriers, Yorkshire tevrleen, members ti.B'iN, .misoeliaaeoua oteas and undaas Ifi.-.j Kpet-iiiif., variety ? la?*. OWNER OF THE EARLYBIRD KENNELS AND TWO OF HIS DOGS WHICH ARE IN HIGH FAVOR EARI.YHIUD PEO, One Of UM test Scottish terri.-: s m th? countrv. DINAH wTb?S? AT ALL-POODLE SHOW Quaker City Sends Many Entries to Albemarle Hoffman Exhibit. The inaugural specialty show of the re? cently fot,ned Poodle Club of New York brought many roOTUltS from the Quaker I'ity, where ail-i'oorllo shows are not so rare as they are In the metropolis. The exhibition was held on the roof of the Albemarle-Hoffman, and all* sort? of poodles were on hand?fluffy poodles and corded poodles: those which shivered in the hind quarter.-, which ?ere shaved down to the soft pink skin, while they panted from the heat of the Circassian* like hirsute adornment on their beadl In short, the fashionable poodle; poodle's which were left unshorn, as nature In? tended; three-pound toys and fifty- pound giants. Fortunately for the peace of mind of the metropolitan fanciers, the trophy for the best in the ?how went to a I?ng laland matron from the kennels of H. Q, Trevor. This was the champion. Dinah W\, one of the handsomest black poodles In the coun? try. She was the reierve winner at the Paiges show, and many believed she would take winners. Dinafa la a curly ccatad poodle, with hie, daik eye? and wonderful tityle. ?she def. uteri Mr?. II. D. Minors Hon Ron Buddy for the best In the ibOSJ alter Buddy had been chosen ae the winner In ilo:.-s Dinah was in the hands, of J. B. Hopkins, one cf the beat known fanciers of poodles. Mr, Hopkins did not ?how any of his own dogs, as he bad g number of Mr. Trevor's in the various classes. Two which have recently been added to the Hopkins string arc RsdlOBl and Brown Bettv Hadicsl is from Miss Alger's Ked Htook Kennels. Brown Betty is a miniature chocolate from the kennels of Mis? Weeks Dr. Henry Jarrett. of Chestn.it mil. I'enn., was th<? Judge, and h* was de? lighted with the bomber of entries which he received for his Initial show. Daniel I'. Bltehsy Is the president of the DOW club, Ml?s A. |L Clyde Is vire.president and Mrs. W. W. Macl^eod secretary and treasurer. Among those who attended the exhibition were Or. and Mrs. I ?:. H. Berendeobn, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ba'imann, Mi. and Mrs. Daniel P. Rttchsy, Miss U II. Butcher, Mr?. BU Benihelni, ,Mis.- Mrn Fletcher, Mrs. Thomas Porshsw, Mrs.. !.. A. Brown, Miss Anna M Clyde, Mrs. .1 Ft Catheait, Miss Elisabeth h. ii.uh aw?y, Mr. ?nd Mrs. J. B. Hopkins, Miss P. Irvln. Mrs. L W. Nialia. Mrs. H. D. Minor, Dr. P. H Pohd and Mrs. L L Turner. Neatly two hundred ipeclsla were of? fered, and the conditions were such that nearly every Rttle dog got St leiist one. Among the trophies were cups from the Toy Spaniel ClUb Of America, the Phils ii'iphia Dog Lovers' Association, the '<" blgb Valley Kennel Club, th? Kennel riub of Philadelphia, the Woodmen Club ami th? i oodle Club, The awards tollos ClSSa - ?under *r--,.n pounds; fiovlc? dojjl? Won by Mr? I I). AMUfSoa'a Kin? A. ' l.ipa ?i (under icv?n poaiada; Amarieas brad saga) Won by Mrs ?v w Ma Ltorl'i Mr,. I..i-1's I'oodl*. dam i i under acven pouadai limit teg?) Woe bf Mr?. T. K'.rnli?w'? llljoii. < la?.- ?I iU!i'lr?r ?<?'..-n pounds); puppv bitch??) Won bi tin Cart Baumann'a i>.. t>o ''la?* " (vieler Mvcn pountfa; novlc? bttoh??) Won i... Mrs, \\. W Msi Leod'? i. l'l?pa H lunlei H#un r-"u n J^.. Am.Tiran I i?.I llt.ri??!- WOB b) Mrs L A Urown's Trial? in. . iik? 0 lutelrr Mv?n pound?; llmii bitch? ? Won by Mis Ma? n?teb?r'? Kl tener*! gaby Poll Class 10 'ui'.'i'r *wv?n pounds; open blieb??) Won by Mr". Tii..m.?- j*or?baw'? (Ju*?nla <'las? 14 iun.l?r ten pound?j limit doffs) Won by I'eter Rasaabate**'? Sunny ??lat? if. luti'iii ten poaaS?; ?paa du?*) Won tiy Peter Rusenbsr? Bunny. Cleaa m twlnnr?, tag?) First, sunny, r? ?trr?, Marlawd'i HoodM . l.i?-, 17 iwiniKi?. MtelMS) rir't. Mm Laod'a Lulu; r*M?rt?, Queent? i lia? ? u.ir.i.i and earl] Mack, 'ind?r tarent) |..uni.I?. "I'", .1 ??*(.?>i \J..ii by Mr?. It. P. Miser'? n.ii Hon Used] i i.iaa B o '.ni. 'i ?nd curl bla 'r.ri.ty pound? limit, bliebe?) Won b) Mlri v tu. j M ' lyS? ? '"or:" I'rliu esm ? la?? .".'.i (rorded and curly, blarh under ihirt) i*i pounds; open, dog?) Won b) II '. I r-v.,r? Mular, u . Claaa *'.: icorSod ami narly. i.ia.> iinii?r Ihlft) Il v v pound?, limit, lit. hr-i W ,,n b) II u gbapherd'a i>?in ?.Us? It? ?rorded an?) curly, blac?, thlr!> fiv? BARLYBIRD WAFFLES, A Dalmatian true to type. pounds and over; open, dogs)?Won by Ml Franca Irwin'.?. Capitaine. Clsaa M i arded sad ceriy, black thirty-five pouniis and ever; open, bitches) Wee by n 0. Trevor's t'li. Pinali \v . Claaa t>, (winners, 'iok->i ?First. Mrs. H. U. Mln .r'? H'.n fiori Buddy; reservf, Mis* Frann-s ir-i i-; ? ' apltaine. < * : ;i -= ;- 77 (arianera Mtobee) First, h. O, Trevor'?, ch Dinah W . reearva. Miss Anna M Clyde'a vift Champions Galore for French Bulldog Show Class of Entrants Will B< Higher Than in Any Simi? lar Competition Previ? ously Held. The champion of record das.- promlOai | to be the feature of the specialty bliow ; of the Trench Bulldog Oub of America which will ?e held at the Hotel Asto; next Friday and Saturday. The qualitv which will congr?gate for this competi? tion will far exceed anything ever known in this country. There will he Grant NY.tman's cham? pion. Gamin's Rlquet, which twice won , the championship at the Specialty Show a.;d was once the winner at the Palace Show; Champion Pehway Frenchman. owned by Vincent M Turlev. of Boston; champion I'ourquoi Bas' Rival, owned by I L. Poffet; champion Le Roy II, which is the property of Victor Herbert, cham? pion Pourquoi Pea, of the Sever Never Land Kennels: Urs. Fred. Ldward's champion Pereque, and Charles Dsnaulfa champion, tfoawal Nabob, which, in the banda of lire Arn Id Lawaon, was the champion of the New Yoik and Boston shows. I'hampion Hunk's Bequest, winch is considered about the best in England, has been beaten by all of these dogs Mme. Yeniona Jarbea i has seven en? tries. Including champion La Belle '"ora. Mlle. Jeannette and a debutante called Jeannettes 'Jan.in; Miss Ellas Ladew will show her importetl into national cham? pion. Titane, which created BUCb a furor when he made his debut two seasons ago, while Coquette de Bourbon, which has repeat' ly won for the beat in the show, will represent the Bourbon Kennete. It hri'i been rumored that several cele? brities from ths French capital will ap? pear In the exhibition Whether the com? petition beccmes international or not, it r -* aurely will be interstate, for a nutu*. of well known doga from the Middle Bta| will be ob hand to meet th- New j-^ New Jersey and Boston, contingent Charles Hopton, who has .eretof,,, been the superintendent of i it --how, --jj adjudicate thla year, and his placlrg ? the dogs will be of interest to ?-very?**. DROPPING THE HORSES Local Fire Department Wtiti ! Complete Motorization. J In four years the teat of the borai 1 remaining In the New fork Flag i" I n.ent will be eliminated, If Fire Commis] sloner Adamson's request for $". ? motor apparatus Is glinted. Th priation is to pav for thirty tractors to draw steamers ami ladder tr . ;.- now |g use. twenty motor tenders aov forty horses, five motor hool trucks and three motor Ire The Commissioner reported that i1 I motor fire apparatus BOU ? j l,y |he city had proved more efficient j' ble than horse-draw i, the recent snowstorm- end that they would save $f>7,<X"> thh ? ? HOPTON'S TRIP DELAYED Famous Judge of Dogs Will Bo Busy Until July. owing to recent invitations whi.-h Charlea Hopton has received to judje at various dog shows In this country, it will lie impossible lot him to adjudicate at the Richmond, England IOOW ;n June, aa he had planned u ths three daj ? ih ? ? :h will t?j held at Caigan'. Canada, the latter part of June. Mr. Hopton will Judgt all bleed?. From there he will so 10 S cplce, PU? dei t s bleb will be ano three dav? show Mr. Hopton purposes j-aiing ior Knetend in Julv ENNEL GUIDE unJer /he direction ?j Charier Clark All dogs offered for sale or at stud in The Guide, except imported dogs with pedigrees unknown, must be eligible for registration GREAT DANES. (.r.Kli VON OBENBACH, the international iirrat liant? Champion (harlequin) and the 11>14 Boaton Winner, at stud; f??-. l'J.'.?o. A proven aira tor psrtleutara und stud cards address Klnnelon K?-nn"ls. Butler, N. J._ ?KK.VT 1) IM -, " ?? imlnstsr Show Winners. ii?!4, ai -''id Charla* Ludwig, SM Third POMERANIANS, FAIRFAX Pt ?MERANIANS v.M) PEKINGESE IMPORTAI) BTUDB AND MATRONS. ABSOLUTELY NO SAi.F.s TO HK.vT.KRS. C7.V.? OCEAN AVE.. (SHEEPSHEAD BAT. _ Telephon. Con y Island .'.44._ Highest ( la*s l'oint i .muni? at ?tud and for -ale Albert Krc-th. .'?"?0 W 42 St N.T. Phone. SCOTTISH DEERHOUNDS. < I.OM.Bl KN KKNNKI.S, IMPORTERS \M? BRKKDK.RS s< OTTI8H DEEHHOl'NDB. WM. not i.i.A>. HOB.. Vt KB! I Al.nU Kl.l.. N. J. BOARDING AND HANDLERS. VfATI.AND BOARDING KENNELS. Boartl your pet or show dogs In the finest kennels In America, Docs conditioned .-.nd andied ai all ? owa Tha best of pedigreed stock, all breeds, fur pale. Ardsley, N. T. Tel. SBO-W, Dobba retry. FRANK II. ADDYMAN, Prop. MURKY BOARDING KENNELS. John .Stokes, proprietor Board and con? dition dog? under th? personal attention of Mr. BtOkea Box 10J. Ridgefield. N, J. T- ' Ml] \v Morecmore._ Dogs . mid ?tinned und hindled; all Important am Richard Abbott, Abbev Kennels. Highland Park. 111._ Hoe? Boarded, ? n. ' ".1 at.d hundled Jas. " : ; 'ii, Keck road and 13th street. ?-Vopabnad Ba: ._ boarded and put In the best of shape fon m. Holden. Morrtstown. N. J. vi.i, BRHED3 for sal?, conditioned and liarT il ?hows i: : I.F.WIS, Ur.sdnwiif, l'a. ? TERRIERS OF ANY BREED plucked ami trimmed for ihOW. DAVIS, 347 W. 141st BL ENGLISH BULLDOGS. BNOLIBM Mi LI.DOGS ' Af"ST?;D7 K<?n.l for stud cards. DREW8TON B K KNNELS, 834 BoatU ti'i st.. Mt. Terne?. N. T. Centra John, winning heavyweight bulUog, and Rawlngl * Merry, at stud; fee, $i'5. J. E. HORROX, .'1.'! Broadway, N. r. fh. Hewlett King Orry, at stud: fee, $;J5.0oT Chaa P Boyd. rf 8. Treat et., phiiada.. Pa. ( Ii. Keodoni Monari'h, at stud; stock for sale. RoM. Lobbea, BBS Rldgeweod av..Newark.N.J. (II MKtlliiAY PRINCE ALBEBT, the i.. at "f his ir-^d Weetmlnator Show, lOi.'i loit, at atad. ALEX. H. BTBWART. Hi?h land Park, in. DACHSHUNDE. IHAMPION DACHSHUNDE, at stud. Pnpplee and crown stock fo.- sal*. Mr?. V H'l.:'.??: l.rd B.tvshore, !.. I, Phon?. Blacktoft Kfrnifi?, Dachshund? at stud ? i it to von Blaektoft: schlief ein Ingo Mrs. CHARLES H. LESTER. Knglewood, N. J. ST. BERNARDS. Htgl est Quality of Bt Beraerds always for rale BThlte Star Kenneta. Long Brencb, N. J OLD ENGLISH SHEEP DOGS. OLD ENGLISH SHEEP DOGS AT vu ii. PABMEB'B PBIDE (Imp.).$311.00 LOBD l.KHI?.H . 28.0S Grand pupptea for sale, also champion bred Chow puppies and puppies and adults of other popula r breed - rilK VIKING KKNNF.I? MRS. THOMAS ?. LARSFV NFAVRl IM.H. N. Y. MISCELLANEOUS N V. KENNELS (formerly American? Managed by Reuben Clarke, International judge, Paktneee, Pomeranians Piwdiei?. itos loi II - aillera Bull \><%^. French Mu'.ls, Colltea, Poa Tarrlere, Greyhounda all varie t?. beet value lor your money in cltv. 113 ?th. ggg Ql OTATIONS all about dos?, a blank eppeeltia each for a memoranda. vn dog low r? ?111 want this boolt Sir., mall prepaid Mr?, <\ Halste*-! Valsa, < "k Kiilge. Va. PINCHERS. vt HTI i> Harr?? 2nd ? Parthengrund. win? ner Nee fork-Boaton; fee, V".?i <h>. Dober n nn Pli b< r Kennels. Mux Donath, Prop., Clifton, \ .1 POLICE DOGS. ELMVIEW KENNELS ELMHURST, PA. (itRMAN SHEPHERD DOGS Ihr 1.1111111? Police and \rinv Hog of K.urope. Addre.? til communication? to 333C0NNELL BLDC. s< |[ \S1(IS, |?.\, IIUIMM. si |H)(?| I OH l'4l|.Ur. Dot, s l'-s ''..'""i '.iraonal protection. Trained Oarman Bhepherda ?mi pepplea foi ?eh 1 iraoua .i'.uei ron Bchondorf (trained Police I mg? nt SSrvlee, Rosedal?. Whit? t'lulns, N.? \ork. AESON VON DER RHOEN The Best Dane in America. AESON VON der RHOEN. The latest imported German Cham? pion, the victor over all champions at the last show in Germany, which Included Champion Printz vein "Weis enau, who took erinnere at West? minster Kennel Club, 1914. Aeson is an enormous golden fawn, with th<* best head of at:> Great Dane in America, a proven stockgetter of puppies that are true to type and the dog to use for uc.ik headed bitches. Fee, ftO. MAX HUBER, Imported. A harlequin of right type and already a sire of wonderfull colored harlequin puppies pies that are so hard to : A good dog to OS? 'nr Ml with bad cote or 'oo m : ! black. Fee. |1*. Dante Are th? B"t rnj? "ir f~nm. panions and Watt* Dft Arm Good to Childr'r .1" tuent to the Pe? Sti y PraajMoMee pwrekmsert oeste ' seme sud to? BOHRER KENNELS, Importers and Breeders LYNBROOK : : : LONG ISLAND Tat.e I...?: island tfals from Penn?y1v?nl? ?'?tiori?30 minutes' rMa Na? Y.,r? Odlee. BTB ,td Ave. Tel. fiSTo Murray Hill. On and After May 1st, the Address of THE WINTERVIEW RENNEIS Of German Shepherd Dogs L. I. DE WINTER : : Owner win Be MONTCLAIR, N. J. | FOODS AND REMEDIES. DOG DISEASES AND HOW TO TEED Mailed FIMES to a'iv address hv the author. H. CLAY QLOVER, I> V. I, US Wt 31?t St.. NEW YORK_ melox \M? MELON MARVELS. lANt I \< It KKII lt\ IV. (,. CLARKE & SON'S <>l KNULAND. rSEO U\ LEADING in?.I I Ml KENNELS, WAIiUIN HKOs.. HOLE \?.rVl*. in lltl l . s. 4 STUM M".. NHV YORK CITY.__ r.ir Batter Pappha ?ad Po** feel Maitoid Mill; Bon?, tic brn?>?h?p?d bnaeolta ?eld ?t ?II stores ami made only by F. M ll'.'.N NETT BJ?" " 1 ' '?'>?? N>" York. Mil S8H V"' M vN'IK CURE for all skin dla ease?; prie?, mail, Me. JULES 1 KUONU. 77 Manhattan v< r- blfflne'a nev?-rfal li i dlatempar ? ST vi PENOL ' Imported hi W M M MITIN ? STOKES. ??i s...ae . at . n< a York. ^_CHOW CHOWS._ CHOW CHOWS SAMOTEDES ShOW I ?OK? and PujapISS of th? highest das? alwava for ?ale. GREENACRE KENNELS, O. J. TORBN. Micr . FAIRFIELD, CONN. PEKINGESE. PKKINURHK High elan at?d do?? far aer \ I.-. .iii.l at?; al? ' brood i.niinin.1 mi,I pup? pies, all ?Ma \|'|'l\ t.i Mr? U/m, S|t?<ppurd, sin ?paheed B>i. i I ret 0 ;.?? C i BLENHEIMS Blenheim? with ?ho? ?-?cord? for ?air and at ?tud. Mr?. A Wldman Ill Church St.. N?rv H?ven. CI _ MALTESE TERRIERS. (H. SWFITMK ?M DYIl? H ribbon ?toch for ; al? Un I....? 70th street. Brook 11 :i WIRE HAIRED TERRIERS. AIREDALES *M> 111.Cl H>\ Il RB1I '> vtiieriea'a foremost cl Voulue atock from our , ?i . ch. Mtchea for aale ?t ?Il tun Kennela. Barrtn?toii 8tat AIRr.DAlT?:*? Mil BU K?NNELS Burten.hav.. owner. :i4t Morf?l 1 Brooklyn. A? lator ?I al AIRBDAIJDS* i ?took by noted sire? alvtayi for - ? BUTLER. 130 Libert) WEST HIGHLAND M HIT!. TKRRII * a i stud, th" undefeau I champ Chief Brood bitch? and youn? d - for ?ale Th? Herri? it oaten Build II _ IRI8H TBRRIKR8, T'ie Lent of the breed ?I ?ted: a fe? " relient ?pcclraena, either ?v for ?a'.. Hi tit NEY KENNELS. Con??nl N .' ? AT BHJll Cuaeje Radloel aad iirreclton. Wlrepalr-d 1 O? T?l Dunv.'Kan Hero und Ch. ?'? :????> }'? jti?iii:uni Torrl?re; raaa. 13 Kennel?. Donald Munro. Mar.. II I. I Phone Uno Huntington BAI till IK 1.1 kknn: I > am hreeub at t ?crinar? at ?lud .,?. Kerrv st.. Newark. V .1. TERRIERS AM) TOY*, v.; breeds for **'? Addraa? U.K. DRI.MON r. I* SCOTTISH NBRRIERS, for rale ' al ' 1'iirni ral?, d papal?? at moderate OILUrrON KENNELS, North Oration M?**. i_JAPANESE SPANIELS. a. n. I.KOMIAHDT'H JAPANESt SM* IKLS. (Sold and white und Maeh ?ad ?t,1,i" puppies by Orea? on exhibition and for ??? ? at 4P ?th a\e. nrooKUn IV'. p'ioip-. _ MEXICAN HAIRLESS DOGS \ URAND.aho? aperlm. n of Hi MiM'? HAIRI.KKH r.l;..i'i> He is ? pert el '--"'>? rotang; beaullfullj marked; in?.?, i-rokoa Vil.ll. ?n Konlto N v V, .. ', I i lb |M - I _ZHZ GRIFFONS. 1 Peklngear of hlfhMl breeding for ?ale an I ?< ?tud. AIIDKN KKNNBIA Pethsal Mat??"