SOME OF THE DOGS WHICH NOW REIGN SUPREME AT THE
BLACK SHORT HAIRED CATTERY AT ORADELL, N. J.
THEIR DAY AT LAST
Breeders' Association Has
Many Exhibitors at
CINTRA JOHN SCORES
OVER DREAMWOLD BOY
But Judge's Decision Does Not
Meet with Universal
The hollow- mochery Of a prize winning
expedition sv.i? reflected In a hundred <-a
ir.ne ? ? Hoffman > as
terday when the members of the |
ere \ soclatton Involuntarily an?
tertalned th-ir admirers at their eighth
IS spite of the fact that Dshtsl Kitcnery
I:a?l BSOrMeed several partition? with a
slew- to benching the dogs in ?-omfort, one
could have wishe?; that the space allot?
ted to the Judging riti^- bud be, t, gi cater.
or else that three-quarters of tho ?.pecta
tors had ?fayed at home However, If
gate receipts ?how -which wny the wind
blows, the English bulldog 1s the most
popular of dogs
It was worthy of note that there, was
scarcely a single absente, and Yinton
P. Brees*?, the judge, had his hands full
In disposing of the regular ?asses dur?
ing the afternoon The awarding of the
specials, of which there were neatly a
hundred and fifty, threatened, like Ten?
nyson's brook, to go o*n forever, and "sen
the most devote?! of the spectators tinal
ly left the ringside and Mr. Br?ese WS8
left aJone with his sf?sward and his dogs.
Mr. Bresse s awards did not suit every
one. but then. Bfheiu la the fudge who
can undertake this colossal contract- Tn
the winners-'- elSSB for dogs Mr Bree???
ehose .lohn K. Horrax's? 'intra John, a
Kilhurn Mechanic dog. to wear the blue
os-er Thorna?- W. Uiwsnn's champion
Preams-old Buy? This csnesd muh com?
ment, and Mr Br?ese himself acbnowl?
edged that there was little to choose be?
tween the two gladiators of the Show ring,
Mr Breeze went In at all times for sound?
ness, oosapsctness of build sad sn even
balance. Irish Boy was better in c-u-hion
and fOrSfhce, hut John Is lower in body
Bad hSS better hocks. At least, ?a satth
the oracle Wheji Irish Boy was Inter?
viewed on the suhjeet he. said: "Noblesse
oblige, you know. I can't say anything.
b..t ms hochs are not a bit too straight
to fe^i comfortable."
bitches W.I? r,asslcab,
and while every one was ready to ac?
knowledge her worth it was something of
a surprise when she fief es tod Mrs Alison
If Lederei champion Florence Bhunda,
Lssalesb was- shown at the Westminster
won in her class, but she
s* as not put dossn In the splendid form
BSterds) The champion Florence !
Bhunda, reserve winner, la too well known
description. Florence Is an
old favorite of Mr. Breese's, and he ds>
? lared that It wa" not that he loved
l.hunda km but Laaalcat more.
'I he puppies were a wonderful lot, and
any one of the first four dogs might have
taken the blue without causing any com
?? Th? winner, Richmond Rodney, Is.
i big blind 1?- of good type, and Just beat
? Dsdd) Dlsl OB bocks The red ribbon
ss inner WSS goo?l nil over, and many
pi. ked him Tor first choice.
In the young Mtcbea the winner, Rock
|gf*S Queen Bery was a tiny thing, but
I erfect In every detail. She la a miniature
"plica of her distinguished papa, t'b,
Hewlett King Orry.
The awardrs follow :
1 (puppies, d'-igM?First. Frank K.
sa, Ir ?. Richmond Rodney, ?erond. Dr.
Rov H. 1'. B*i Daddy Dial; third. John A.
Dono s Mus?iJ, fourth, Paul beardon'? Buster
?lws 2 (novice; dirt? -First. Frank K. pier
?on, Jr.?, Richmond Rodney: ?e ond, Dr Koy
H. Peck'? Daddy Dial; third, John A. Dono'?
Mustia; fourth, Alfred Powley's MsrcST King.
?"la?a I t Ameriran-hred dogs under 4'j pounds?
' tr.-.t, Rockhlll Kennels' Rockhlll Tommy;
second, Drtssstene Kennels' Buttons II; third,!
F. P. Hind's Ashland Little Nipper; fourth. ;
Mrs Ma^l? N. Qoodard'a Hu. k Oerboros
Cla?s 4 (American-bred dogs over II pounds i
-First, Drewstoae Kennels' Dr<-w?;tone pli:-,
?econd, Fernbrnik Kennels' Fernbrook Bully,
third, Rci-ert W. Bnu?hllker'e Pltlands Son.
teert?, Alfred Rowley a M ?reef Kinr.
?las? 6 ?limit: dogs, ander II pounds)?First. ,
JefcS B. H'.rrax h N-wlngton .Merry Lad, ?ec- '
ond. RockeJIffe Kennels' True Boy; third, D
P Hind? Ashland Little Nipper, fourth, Mrs.
Marie N. Ooddard's Hark Cerberos
rit?** i (limit; dogs, over 16 pound?)? First,
John F. Borax's Cintra lohn; second, Han y
Ruahton'? Wood'-raft Mahomet; third, Mrs. .
C N. Platts Baron TeesdaJe; fourth, Inwall
K?r.ne!s' Culford I?resldent.
C'las? 7 <oT*n. dogs, under 4.1 pound?)?First,
John E. Horrax'a Newlngton Merry l_?d; see
?nil. Drewstone Kennels' Buttons II. third, K.
P Hind?'? Ashland Little Nipper; fourth. Mr*
M.iile N Goddaru'B entry.
i ' .m, 8 lopen; dogs, oser 45 pounds)?FIr*t.
John B, ILorrax'? ??intra John, second. Dream
wo.d's Champion Dr??mwoid Irish Boy. tt.lid.
Robert Lobban'e (T.ampl'.n Deodora Monan-h;
fourth. Dreaniwold s Drtamwuld Blnaderboaa.
Class 9 (winners, dogs) -Won By John 11.
Horrfuc? CTiitra John re.ser. e, Thimas law
?on'a Ch. Dieumwold Irish Boy.
Class 1<> (Junior Boga under I vears)? First.
E P. Hind's Ashland Utile Nlj?l*r; ??scond.
Albert Users'? Dorlot.
?""la.?? 11 (gre?n rtrg?, Amerban-bred)?First,
Dr Ruv H. Peck's Dadds- Dial; second. Paul
fr~-ardon? Blister Beaming, third, John A.
.-la?? 11! ?open; dees hred r>?r exhibit"-"'
First, Rockhlll Kennels' Rockhlll Tommy;
?e^wnd. E )'. Hind ? Ashbuid IJf.If? Nln??r;
third. Paul tScard'in's Paster Beaming; foirt?\
Alfred Rowley? Mercsr King.
Clase 18 (veteran Boga)?First. Frajik K
r lernen. )r 'e. Brass Band
r?ase 1* (puppy bltchee)?First, Roc.krUffe
Kennels' Ro k'llf.'e Queen Orr>-, second A.
ZersiinJek'? Bllent _ad*f' third, Joseph Ja'-k
Fnn'1 Dono's Bllent Princesa fourth, ?>?.ar
srierloch't. She-lock's Suffragette.
?'.a?? 15 ir.i.. . tehee] First. Thomas W.
l.awBon ? iTeamwoid Daz7!er; second, Rork
r'trr? Ker.n-? s" Ro keliffS yuern Orry : thirl,
BtongO Kei.ni-Is' 'inters V; fourth, John M.
? sen's Mosten Puntle
das? Id (Ameilcin bred bitches under
Pint, Drew ?ton* K? nnal's Gaby
Desl.vs: second. K P. Hind's Ashland Lady;
third. Storno K-ririe:?' Cinders V; fourth, Dr.
II. Peck's Lady Babble Dial
?'las? 17 (American bred buche?, over 40
? -- First, RockclttTe Kennels' R, rk
' liffe 8a??box, ?erond, Malcolm A. Ptrau.s's
third, A Zerulnlck's Silent Lady.
?Mas? l*i i'irntt bitches, under 40 pounds) ?
ret. F.. P Hind's Ashland Lady, second,
Thomas l*w>on> Dresmwold's Diadem:
third, Harry Ruahton'S Wo--dcraft Princess.
??lass 19 (limit bltchee, oser 40 pounds)?
Mr?, ('. N. Pint*'? I.asilcatt: second.
na-.s-ten?'? Thornbnry Bnrprlee: third,
a K? ? ?' Old Square Sellna.
-'lass 20 (open bltehew under 40 pound?) ?
first, r .ahland Lady; ?erond,
Harrv Rus! t n s Woodcraft Baroness; third,
Daniel P Rltch. ?- ? ! H*nly.
?~la*s -1 ?op-ri bit he? ? s er 40 pound?) ?
) let Mrs C N I'latt's Ijisslcatt. ?econd.
Inwall Koine'?' Cl l '..r.- e Plunida; third.
Thomas W LaWSOB'a Dreamwold Juanita;
fourth. W K. Hawkins's T_ornbory surprise.
sMsh? CL' iwinii-r?, bttch??i Kl:st Mrs.
?? M via't? Laaslestt; reserva Inwall Ken?
nel?' Ch. Fl? ? ida
r?as? 211 (lurrlor I Itche?. under 2 y?ars) ?
FlrH. Stongo Kernels' cinder? V; ?erond,
f>r. Ro? H. Perk? Ijtdy Bat hie Dial; third,
Inwall K'r.n.l? Inwall A'dro-Sit-by-th- Pre;
fourth. Rockhlll Kennels' Rockhlll M -
Class 24 (green bitches, Ameil n I r- Is)
F.rst. Stongo Is. i.mis Cinder? V; second.
Thomas J. Pars-it? ? M - Hunts; third.
RcK-khill Kennels' Rockhlll Rachel
Cl??e 2^ topen, t.r ,-s. ?,re,I bs exhibir r?i -
! Ilff? sasjsbox;
?e- or.d. g I- HP l*S 4?hlan-1 Lady, third
n anas v\' i^ss?.-n ? Dreamwold Diadem;
fourth. It Ros II Peck's ?Lady Bubble Dial.
<1?s? *je, (brood bll he?) I'irst. Ma'
Bfrsui ? iwn Kennel?'
?'la?? 82 (Ameriran bred do?, and bltoh??
under 2s- p-und?)- Flr?t. Harry Bushton?
Woodcrolt Model; M -rone Kennels'
-j Midge, third. Thomas I Conror's
<"ia.\? 24 i "pen. d"gs ?nd bltr?ies. under 2*s
pound?)-- KIr?t. Thoma? S Connor? i'hapel
St. Shrlmii, ?econd, John E. Horr?_'? New- ,
'irton i'?' ? ':!?'.
UPPER PICTURE, MISS Tin BIT, A YORKSHIRE TERRIER. LOWER PICTURE, DE?
FENDER, HEAD OF THE RUSSIAN HOUSEHOLD.
Cat and Dog Life Belies
Its Name at Oradell
Fido and Tom Agree to'
Mediate All Their Old
TABBIES FIND REST
FROM BRAIN FAG
Home First Founded by Miss
Cathcart to House One
of Her Pets.
When one wish??-, to convey the l?1ea of '<
no harmony at al! one refers to a "cat
antl dog" exlstenre, bot this does not In?
clude th? Inmate? <>f the Black short
haired cattery at Oradell, N. J.
Here the felines and the canines mingle
and ?njoy one long holiday, and although ,
the hostlery waa originally planned as a
home for Tampered pussies which were
suffering from hraln fag, they have very
generously shared their home with friend
Pido, and they do not make him lead a
doge life, either.
In providing places where one might
board one.'? dogs and horses, no one
seemed to consider that pussy might like
a place where she couM Fpend ner vaca?
tion. It seemed to bo the order of things
that when the re?;t of the family went
away for the summer the feline members
of the family wer?? supposed to forage in i
garbage cans for their food In the day?
time and spend the evenings on the fence,
"making night hideous" for the neighbors.
Furthermore, they were supposed to
enjoy this nomadic Bort of existence, al?
though those who know them best say
that cats are quite as at voted to their
frier,ils as are dogs.
Miss Jane cathcart, who founded ths
cattery at Oradell did so, ene say*., be?
cause tt was Impossible to find a home
for her cat when she weal abroad. There
was no trouble about the horses or th?
doss, bul n.il.iijy wanted to undertake ?he
care oi TosnmasO Beat to.
Trier?-, was only one thing to do. an 1
Miss lath? art did that tihe bought a
small riot In the centre of a farm at
i iraciell, put up ? portable bungalow, and
hired a keeper--all for one little cat of
the common, or gaititi'. variety. Since
then It r,as grown ami grown, until now it
Is one of the fchow plaoea of th? country.
So many persons owning pet tats were
? . take K'lvantage of the chano of?
fered th-m to board th?!r pets for the
.summer that the second season found the '
quarters < on?i?lerahly enlarged.
It vvai the third season before dog3
were allowed to entei htvI then iv pro?
spective boarder of the genus c-Atus ?e
fused to be separated (TOW* her friend
Kldo. After iumi discussion Kid?} was
taken OB probation, and now half of the
liin..itr?H of the cattery are dots
i Mis. Harriett V. K'lrr.cs.?.. who ha? won
i a national reputation because she has
been able to portray the character of ani
; mala with the camera, as well as with
I the brush, is secretary of the ? ratter***,
' Kvery one who has anything to do with
I the cattery, the kennels or the Inmates
1 must love animals. That Is the first re?*ul
site. and In tins Miss ?'athcart Is indeed
to be commended, for no one who does
not really care for animals caji be ?uc
????ssi'til with them.
M:r- CtOTJ Who 1? manager of the ken
n?-ls. is an animal lover In the best and
truest sense of the word. She was the
Wtfe of the late It IV. If. Curry
All the work Is done under the personal
supervision of the Indefntlgable mana- |
geress, and wo? betide the kernel man
who attempts to neglect his charge In the
The kennels are nothing if not artistic,
some of them being regular little log
cabins built to accommodate from tea 10
fifteen animals The cabins consist of
three rooms and sin parlor, with outdoor
runs and porches The smaller bungalows
have one room and will accommodate four
In the trophy room sre any number of
ribbons, cups and prizes won by the? In?
mates of the cattery, although not all of
them belong to the feline Inhabitants.
Miss CsthOSrt Is the owner of some
very fine dogs, most of which are home
breds. Th? re are Russian wolfhounds,
French pro.lies. Boston terriers, pointers,
Airedales and, last hut by no means least,
corker spaniel??. Mrs ?'iirr.*.- has a pen?
chant for cockers, nnd It has been Mid
Jokingls- that, however strong minded one
n.ay be, If one journeya to Oradell to buy
an Airedale one will return with a cocker
or pouHibly two.
Magistrate Is at the head of the cocker
family at Oradell. He Is a wonderful
crean? and is well known on the bench ae
well as in the k-nnel. Zeka and De?
fender head the Russian wolfhound army,
and many conalder them as fine aa any
Amerloan breds In trie country.
About the best known of the French
poodles Is Chiquita, a black toy, with an
international reputation. Chiquita Is a
friendly llttl? creature and la always the
last to wish one au revoir, and one lives
the beautiful park overwhelmed with the
hospitality of the Inmates and feeling
that there are lots of things that are
worse than leading a cat and dog ? xjst
TO VISIT FOREIGN
KENNELS ON TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Horrax and
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Will
Go to Dog Shows.
Mr. and Mrs. John Horrajr and Mr.
and Mrs. William Drew will sail for
F^urope next Saturday.
They will take In the Rulldog club and
the Indies' Kennel Association shows iri
London, then go to Paris for the big
show which will be hel?l there on .1 nr. - 1
From Taris they will go to Munich and
up the Rhin? to Cologne, wher.) a dog
show will be held on June 7.
The Redhill show, on June id, will
call them hack to Fngland, and from
there they Intend taking In all of the
important shows up to the time of sail?
ing home. July IS.
Mr. Horrax has been invited to judge
bulldogs at the big Wii.-rl and Birken
h^ad champion show-, June 24 and 25.
This is a great honor, as It is one of
the oldest shows In England.
The lying Island Kennel Cltib has
added whippet racing to the other at?
tractions for Its show- at the Sheepshead
Bay race track, on May 30 Whippets
entered In the regular classes are ellg
Ihle to compete In the races.
There will be no entry fee and entries
will be received the day ??f the show. The
club will offer a handsome cup to the
svinner of these race?.
A special train will leave the Pennsyl?
vania station at 9 a m. for the show?
grounds, and will return to the city at
the conclusion of the judging. Kntries
will close OH Friday svith Wilbur H.
Purcell. 25 Broadwas
Wissahickon Club Plans
an All-Terrier Show
Well Known Judges Will Be
in Charge of Devon
The alCterrler show of tha Wissahl'-kon
Club, which will be held at St. Martin's.
Chestnut Hill. Perm. M June ?5. promises
to be the best al!-terrter show ever given
It Is a money show, of $5 t? and V: as
prize money, and a fall classification is
provided, ?llvided ry sex.
In connection with the all-t?-rler show
the Irish Terrier Cl?;b !s giving Its annual
specialty ?how, with William Prescott
"vVolcott sa the officiating judge. The
specialty club Is giving a full classifica?
tion for the Irishman, with $15, fl? and $.'?
as prize money on a Si? entry fee.
H??:es the resular c'ass money, a
special prize of $:j in cash or p.ate is
offered for the first winner in each las?
hv Individuals, and the lrl?h Terri? r CI rb
Is offering a prise of *? for the second
| rtaa winner In each class
George Foley announces the list of
Irrdges for the Devon show. whl<?h will
be held on trie heautlf .1 OXuh grounds at
I?evon. Penn. on June lit The slate
?hows msny innovation*, as well a.? the
return of some of the best known judges
the American bench possesses.
Patrick Tully 1a down for ?.olllee. and
aa the breed la a representative one at
the Bt-mmer shows much Interest la cen?
tred In hla selection, as well as bis ? ub
sequent plscings, of so Important a breed.
James Mortimer, as usual, heads the
list with St Bsrnardfl Danes, all sport?
ing srsrttels, poodles French bulldogs
Irish and Manchester terrterB, JspsnUBl
spaniels and toy PO
The liest move the ass'"-lat!on has made
Is the doing away with the so-called
"best In the ?how.'' or u-.classlfiej
specials For a or.e-ilay ?how. when?
most of the docs are removed before tho
"best" Is Judged, it simply make? the
SWSrd a farce. Mr F .ven a
? style of varlets- etSSBSfl that should
a real benefit to the fancy.
There will he varlef. I ISSSSB for PUp"
ples. novice, Aineri-isn-brsd limit ar ?1
open. Any hre?d puppy winning In the
variety t uppy class Is legitimately the
best puppy In the ?how
Th? new club which has been formed
recently at New Hav-n Is composed of
old guard fsnelers, and ts parti
strong no lally and financially The pres?
ident Is Albert Wldmann and the vtce
prestdent John N. Champion. Mrs. M. 8.
Champion la secretary and Mrs. I. J. Wld?
The committee consist? of John B. Rob?
ertson, O. E. Osborn. Jamea A Howarth
and Philips Montgomery.
The Judge? 11st In- ludes Allison M.
I?*d*rer, who arttl do Lngll.-h bulldogs;
James F. Meade, for Boston terrier?,
Mrs ML P. Bowe? for English toy span?
iels and Japanese spaniels, and James
Mortimer for all other breeds. The show
will be held at New Hasen on June 17
For Information address ?Teorge K. Foley,
superintendent, Lansdowne. Penn.
v-.MKS CURRY ami A FRW ??F THR
Nerv Figures Likely for
Long Island Dog Sho\
Great Entry List Reported f
Display Scheduled for
Mine?la, June 3
Arrangements are well under way f?
the twelfth annual summer show of tl
I-adlcs Kennel Aasoclatlon of Arner-tc-t
which will be held at Mine?la on ?Tar
3 and 1
The exhibition promises to be larrri
this year than ever before, and It has al
ready attained the distinction of beln
second to none In the country, with th
exception of the Westminster Kenn?
Club show. The officers of the sasocla
tlon are Miss Anna 8ands, president
Mrs H. M. Harrlmsn, vice-president
Mrs. Perry Belmont, treasurer, snd Mlsi
M. C Wickes, secretary.
There is a wonderful array of chai
lenge eups and trophies, which are opei
to all. and are to be? won outright. Th?
committee la made up of Mlea Luc'.lW
Alger. Miss Bird and Miss ?anda. Th?
members of the co'irvll are Mies Lucill?
Alger, Mrs Perry Belmont, Miss Bird,
Miis Hullocke, Miss Champion. Mrs J
<i. Dutcher, Mrs 8. I.. Fuller, Miss
lx?iiaie Grace, Mrs. M. E. Harby, Mrs
< IllT&rd B. Harmon, Mra. H. M. Hat ri?
man, Mrs 'ieorge H. Pell, Miss Sands,
Mrs. C R Scott. Mrs Judah H Sears,
Mrs. M Taylor and Mrs. W Cauer
Among the foreign judges who are well
knoara is George Miller, brother of K.
D. Miller, the polo pla? er. He conies from
Rugby, England, and Is to Judge beae?4is
and beagle packs. Mldgeley Marsdon, of
Whaley Bridge, Kngland, has also i large
consignment, and J I Holgate, of Don
I caeter, F/nglan-*. will uke char-g J
classes of terriers and th? Poma 'l
The remlum list consists of eg +.
; fifteen of which are varl??ty ?i?T|^
| cash prises of |2f?. tV>. V. and gV
' are 117 open class?e, with prli?, 3
g> and 8- Team and brace eiasHeaJ
j 1"D. with a sweepstakes to th? t?w
? There are 13 winners classes, m?
balance of the claaaee, nearly gj
dred, have a special prise of g <v
best In each class containing fo*_ ^
j The prizes In cash will arnountt?*
i and th? value of th? cups win ?\
that amount. The clubs o*f?r!r?r, a.
prizes Include the Btoodboaal ?j??
Great Dane Club, th? R ?sele? a
j hound ("lub. the Scottish Deer!**,?,,
; the Oreyhound Club, th? P??!??. s
th? K-nB?sh Setter ? lub, th? x?m\
Spaniel <"lub, the ?"ick?r Bpaahi *?
tho Collie Club, the Dachshund q^"
German Shepherd Dog C*r?,l), ?4,
English Sheepdog ?'tub, th? ^
1 club of Taw g Island, th? Pontrv;
, Japanese. Pekingese and Malt?** ?9
Since th? publication of th? p^A
lists a number of specials hivi^l
fared They include cupe rntauj
Mrs Tyler Morse, Richard J fg^
Morris Kinr.ey, R. R l.1**!?*?^^
A Buchanan, Mrs. Frank P!??-*?. ?
Vernons Jarbea*) and th? Bit*, .,
Kennels. A score of clubs htt? ??,
prizes as w?!l
F.ntrles will clos? on Thon"**) ,
James Mortimer, super'ntend-gfj, %
stead. I>?ng Island.
Henry J Bair. proprietor of this
ing school for police dogs in Manara
N. Y , has with him a? r'e.?e-.t tbt|
man celebrity, Asko T< -'?-? jj. j
imported him for Mrs George ft j
der?, who will lae 1 dog for htrg
?one! prote? lion v- -? ,; *ak?,n
his other lesson?. * i Kn|?a
All dogs offered for sale or at stud in The Guide, except imported
dogs with pedigrees unknown, must be eligible for registration
WILLIAM DOUGLAS, Manager.
Scottish Terrier at Stud y Scottish Deerhound at Stud
Claymore Commander I Roderick of Closeburn
A rcc-ntlv imported marvel. Re- i An international champion. Shown
fore his departure for this country fearlessly in this country an?, never
"Oui Dogs'1 pronounced him the beaten: winner of the 30 guinea
best troung doe ol his breed in Scot- i challenge cup in England. Fee,
land Fee, $35.00. ' $100.00.
WEST CALDWELL, N. J. Tel. 322 Caldwell.
GERO V?)N ?RENBACH. ? IntematLnal ,
Great Dane Champion (hsrleaelel and tn?
1914 Beaton Winner, at stud. fee. $23 00. A
proven ?ire ror perttealara nnd stud caros
address Kinnal . ar. N. J.
AT ?Tl D AMI KOK SALB.
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n? itn?L v. :. lindel Mr Mr.Uicy Mar-den
i ;>ie heat
Amaricen bred arr.t f..r ?.??i atad arttli tare
? k?' Puppies i hlin for ?ale POM?
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11 I i.niOM . i ONKV ISLAND OM.
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BOARDING AND HANDLERS.
WATI.AND BOAKDIN?. KK.NNKLS.
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kennel? In Am-rlra. Dogs conditioned .-nd
1 at all allows. The beat of pedigreed
?toek, all bre-'N. for sa'.e. Ardsley. N. T.
Te!. 2fJO-?7V, D bl ? F-rr>.
FK\NK If. ADDYMAN. Prop.
WORRY BOARDING KENNELS.
John Stokes, proprietor Board ami con
dl'.lon ?logs under the personal attention of
Mr, Stokes Box 102. RI If afield. N. J.
1.: :,?u vv Kowmei-i_
Duff? conditioned and haoilled-, al! Importa-.'.
ario???. R!. Lard Abbott, Abbey Kennels.
H .- rk. III._
1)<H? Hourtled, conditioned and handled. Jaa.
\'. irthlngton, N*. k r.?a 7 and 171th atreet.
- '. and put In th? heat of shape
- ir ' .-? '. irrlatewn, N. J.
ALL BREEDS f?r sale, conditioned ar.? han"
? H I' LEWIS. I??r.sdowtie, l'a.
TLKKlKHr? OK AN*. BKK1.I) plucked ard
trimmed for ahovv. DAVIS, 347 ft*. 141st 8t.
_ CHOW CHOWt,_
Show Dors Riid Popples of the hijhest
class alwavs for sale,
? ' J TORRN, Mgr..
ENGLISH Bl LLDOOS AT STUb.~~
? Tth Bj v Yarntm. n. t.
t I? Hewlett Kinn Orr?. -? :l, fea, $351)0
Front _at Phllada.. Pa!
? h I'ruib.r? V|,,,larch, at ttud "stock for aa~??7
Bobt. ;..-.' ?r 850 Rldgewood av Newark.N j!
ill BTRATHLA1 rRINCB Ai.BKRT, tha
beat of his bre?d Westmlr.iiter ??how 1913
1!?14. a? st*d ALEX H. STEWART, High?
land Park. Ill
CHAMPION DAt'HNHl-NDE. "
tt stud. 1'upp aa h:-.?1 ?ro?vii ??.?-< for amia
Mr? a^ Hunaarf rd. Bayahora, U, t **?l??*-?a-.
Bla? ktoft Kennel.. Dachahunda at atud_
?itto von Blacktoft; Schlief ?In Ingo Mrs.
CHARLES H. LESTER, Krri-;e??ood n j
R. ??"urt Kennel? ? SpaVli'a a?
-, 1721 Nottingham P...j.i, Brooklyn
-> 88T0 Mid? 7
- ma ??.-n an? -? - - r ?a'TVnd at
?lud. Mrs A Wldman. Ill Church 8t
N't ' Hi?n. Ct.
_ MALTESE TERRIERS._
CH. hWEETsTR Of DYLfcK, at at'id. Blu?
rlfeben stock for sale. Mrs. Carl Btumuu,
1.1.5 7??h s*r???r. Brook'yn Phona
FOODS AND REMEDIES.
NINE DOQS IN EVERY
TEN HAVE WORMS
.?"- I? Guaranteed To Remove Every
Kind of Worm In Half an Hour
Ab.oliitele Pleasant. >afe and Sure
VEP.MII.AX is ? purely vegetable com?
pound. Will not Injure the ttcakest puppy.
Positively removes, all ssorms 'the uaual
cause of in'estlnal trouh:? In dog?'. Stlic.
uiates appetite and dlgeatloa Improves
H;ip'?jranre mars e'.i.risls . Ask for VERM
II.ax a1 the following ?tore? or lei
Mad It bs Parc.-I Posr. I.rtrge Bottle
|1 00. Smaller ?Ue. 80S In Kow York
?old ft'. Hiker liegeman's. K ?lls'.i ?.
Tsrhepp? K. HI- -k's, ?'asn-eII-Mea?e>'a.
Reed's. 1'erry'?. Eim?r *. Amend'?. Jim?, ,
Drug Stores and others, also Pet Bl re?
\ EBMITAX < O., IM .
Dept. .in. 220 W. Mi St.. New Tork.
BOOK JB.? ON
ANO HOW TO FEED
Malle" FREE to anv address lis- tire author.
H. CLAT GLOVE?. D. V 8 . 118 W. 31st St..
_ NEW PORK
For Better Pupple? and I>og? fee.1
j*\taste aa. Maltold Milk Bone, the bon?
I i_x__t/ * -rapid biscuits ?old at ail ?tore?
(_>-?<) and nade only by F. H. REN
? ?***? *** NETT BISCUIT COMPANY. NSW
Try Dlfflne? nes-erfalllng distemper cur?,
Imported by Wtt. MARTIN * STOKES,
70 Nassau St , New York.
UlLNBHAW MAN OK 'ITtE for all akin dig
eases; price, mall, 60c. JULES? KEKOND,
77 Manhattan st.
_POLICE DOG8. _
GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS
AT STPD and FOR SALE.
Trained dog? for per?or,al protection and
for polleo work Dog? from the?? gennoll
are u??d by the Police Department <f
Rldgewood and Kngl?svood, N. J.
!.. 1. DE MIMER. Owner.
._ MONTri.UR, N. J
GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS
The Famous Police and
trniT Dog of Europe.
A4dre?a .:r?'lon? to
Si RAMON, PA.
OAK RIDGE KENNELS
Prop?r*y of Theme? F RyH
Oerman Shepherd Doge
Tsmous Police end Watch Dogs
Mart, h ron Alpenliift, A. K. C. 8. B.
Alartch von Mohlen, A. K. C B. B.
Fir par'i- uiar? write
HRS. HAI.STKI) V4TES. Osk Rld?e, Va.
B. H. I.KONHARDT'B JAPANESE SP\N
IEI.S. ?<lold and whit? and black and whit?
puppt?? by Cm?, on exhibition and for ?al?
?t 49 4th ave., Brooklyn. Telephon?.
PEKINGESE-- High clasa ?tud dog? for ?er
vie* and ?a??. ai?o brood matron? and pup
plss; all ag?? Apply to Mr?. Win. Hheppari
Hheep?h?ad Bay, L I T?l. ?13'i i' I.
Pekingese of hlgh??t br??dtrig for ?al? and at
?tud ARDEN KENNF.I.S. Pelham Manor
AT STf'I>?Harras 2nd v Parthtngrund. win?
ner New Tork-?o?tun; f??, |'0 00. Dober
mann-Plneh?r K?nn?ls, Mai DooaJJa ItOSh.
rilfton. N J.
WIRE HAIRED TERRIER!
AIREDALES "ND m lie eox teub
?America's foremost champ??? Bl
Young stork from our irii?H(
ch. bitches for sale at .i r::.-,?i
Kennel?. Barrlngton. 11 8ta ?y 'unsi
WEST m?.in \M? uinrp rt-jiia
At stud, the undefei
Chief. Brood bib-he? an. . c -?OS
for sale The Harrlsoi ?*',, ;;?j
Rookerv Building. Chicago I'
The best of th? breed a' ?tud; I Is
cellent specimens, either set fer nil.8
NEY KENNEI.-. av? S '
AT STID? Conejo Radical ai~d U*
urrectlrn, Wlrehelred Foi Tente
Dur.segan Hero an,; ?h Cor.?Jo Bum
Highland Terrier?, fe-?s. |J5 t.i?k 1
??;, ?. pon,:.i Munr? Mgr
L. I. Phone 290 Huntington.
AIREDALES?High class pupp!?tsl
stock by nottd ?tie? always i?rnk
Bl'TLER. Dept T Monts.i Li?r|UC?
Nesv Jer??y. Tel "J !'. ??._
RM (.III El I. KESNKDA
All breeds of terrier? at ?rid ?ill St
??. Ferry St.. Newark, Y J.
TERRIERS AND TOYS, s: * r??ds fsi
Addre?? ALF DELMONT P'vob, ft
SCOTTISH TERRIERS, fi- aals sadSfi
Far:'.: raised p ;pp!"? a' r. odertr? gs
GRArrON KENNELS, v jr*.h '.'.?'!?
Highest Qua.its- ?.f Bt Bernard? ?MB
?al?. Whit? star Kenn? ? Leas Br-irM'tl
A NEW YORK KEN' - Rula CIS
International Judge , rfe-n t .hec? r
tlon of pure bre.i Aogs Of ?t?r.? irM i
.|uislt? tnlnlatur- ? .
from I.*', up. ?;:?* W"j
?mart French and I ? ? F. ?
Airedales, Irish. S ' li ?na '
from l*i up Ir.si -
Open Sun.las? 1 1 : c SUM
TRAIN I Mi "?< HrtOf. FOB
ruin i n??;?
IMPORTER*? IMI ?KEEDtW
OF GERM W -HI PHFRIH
DOtiS TIMIMI) K'K FgaMBI
FOR III H REED*
ETxi'T-PTTONALEY-ft t'T .f reds!? r.W^
male, r-''!?r"i ' ' s-sshj "?"?''.a
health, gen'le, chll * ?:. ? r?t. !
ably low f^r ?o raluabl? dog "'-? m
Tel ELM Leros. t
SUMMER 006 SHI
MINE?LA, LONG ISLAM,!
UEDNESIlMAT AM) TMIIWOtt.
JUNE 3rd and 4th, 1914
Entrie? elo?e Thur?d?r. BSf *e%
F-- Promlum Lista and * ?***___5
dre?s JAME-? KOBTIM - ' "
Hen i stead, L I *?' T
Seventh Specialty Sho^
BOSTON TERRIER GIUI
OF NEW YORK J
The Plac? \ . .' ,-..,
Stre?. and Broa!** .-?? ? ?'
Th? Tim?. May tt j..n.?
The Tu<U?. Mr l?mei R Yl'.', ?r...0
The Prt?e, |8 ? t- * _
The Secreter? Mr ?. J- ?'?^
?9 M Intleld ?se . Jer??7
City. >'? *?
?9 Winneld ?se. jer??-7 ? ???
The Superintendent Mr. Wilbur ?
Pur.ell, *9 Bro?dw?y. n. ??
ENTRII ? ' : -v' ''!X ' la
ENJOY THE BOtWAl AI rj
13th ANNUAL DOG SHO* J
OE THE UtSO I-' ?>?' hK
T , be h- 11 .?t srie?;.?h?<1 ? . y?
, Sheepehead Bay. I. I . ?*??*?>*
' KM? (Decoration Day? ??""
1 day. Ma? l.-.th For pr?n*iun>
| information addre?? WI "?"r ' e?
' riupt , hoom 319. UO BSUSSU?
OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG*
? Oil) EM.II-H -HEM* D*X? '
\t -Tin. gr.
F\RMER'S PRIDE ?Imp ' *
IOKI) I I III?.II
p,? for mi? ?'-?; -' '
?'how puppie?. ar.d purP1*?
other popular breed? __?-?.tfia
I HE VIKIMJ gt>\Jj'.%
I MRS ni.)M\s W.lAMsjm
NEWm KI.H V. T.
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