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THE SUN," SUNDAY, JANUARY 16, 1916.
ILIA BEST AT WIRE HAIRED FOX TERRIERS MAKE COMPETITION LIVELY AT LARGE SHOWS VICTORY SURPRISES ALL BUT THE JUDGE KENNEL DIRECTORY ILADELPHIA SHOW Host mi Terrier Kroin Huffalo Heri'ivcs Highest Honor Over Many Hlvnls. ruizKs vim Miis. mikcht Champion Hexcclln, owned liy John IleMohltr of lliiff.ilu. was adjudged th liwt ilor of iltticr ma ill the annual specialty eho.v of the I'hlUidelphl.i Hoston Terrier c'lub, held III the Hlnirham Hotel M I'hlln.kliwln mi Thtiisdity. This little liltch m not entered In tin reirular classes, her owner bavin elected to show her for specials only unci In the etna where- flic would have to compete mtaliwt the Icadlmt winner In the pre vious classes. ltccivo ti Ilexcella. wan tjie doK winner I'ctrr's Captain, a New rinnlainl winner owned by John H. Hudson of nllliain, Muss. Jloth of IIicmi dope urn well known on the circuit. Jtcxcclla tuivlnft won a championship durltii: 1014 by rami st'tw t nil of the larcc Iiok, where he mined n n enviable reou'd. Hlu Is a typical hlttih, linn a beautiful head, cor rect markings and Is a cle.in cut one all over. IVter's Captain was the. winner at the recent Hoston Specliilty Klvow and also ha been u winner at other blsr allows, liioltiil.nl Albany He In a llft-ht-welfrht of pood type, ulthouxh of MmaJI lie. John Ki-ck.hi's The Whistler, a local do which wan reserve winner to Captnln In the doc winners claim, waa favored hy many fbr the winners honor. Jin 1 a reni.irlcabH will built dop. has perfect marking's, a pood head nnd mas nhouti lit the beet of condition, Itnlb Hcniillful ilirl wiw tlm winner Mtch, with Onirics Arthur's llrcmivhi reserve, both of which were extremely lucky to pn over Mm. H. II. Throop'a ChAinpltui Miss fiir:y Toss. Heautlful Olrl nind lior championship by winning, and fl I thrush !!i.) Is a (rood type of bitch the nvtJorUy of the critics at the rln idde eewmd to favor MIm Sporty Toss for the leading position. Amoni; the Philadelphia exhibitors who did some Rood winning was Mra. Mary 11, Hreht. whose I'cciueeno won the cup for the best do sliown by a woman, cup for the bent brace with Fas cinator and Dainty frlrl . special for beet fronted m.itron or doic with Fascinator : cup for best p.ilr In one litter with 1'equeen.i and lnily Innocent, and also the Fpecl.il for the best decorated tienCh. Ton! (?ro.-sl of 1'hll.idelphla won the HKMt piue.1 special of nil from a breeder's, standpoint when his tud doff BoyNlun Jerry, shown with two of his pet, Pciuteno and Ltdy Innocent, re belled the p;itt for the best stud do allow Ins two of his et, Allium. h lioston, the limne of the breed, carried off winners honor In both sexes New Vork entries were not out of the runnliiK Mrs. 1). 1. iunn won first In the cl.is for breeders' tlopi brexl by exhibitor wllli Some Nobby Hoy and Christopher KcokIi won llrst In open doKa over pounds with D.trknevi. iulph J. Cahen's Crown Prince was also In the distribution of the ribbons In number of classes. The awards In full follow: Junior Puppy Hose, over 6 months and not e 'spiting- ! months old Won by Tommy Tiirk-r III., uune.t by Smith Willie. eecon.l, nantMno'l I.lltle Hoy James lfcJUKln". Senior Puppy l)os. nr ? months nnd not exeeixtlni; U iiiontlin old Wan by The Fascinator, John l)lliili-ri seconJ. fhokjr, muet It KoMeri llilnl, llunty Noodles, Jeck llrern, four'h. c'apuln Anthony. Jr., John H-iwthnrn NovKi 1mk umler K pounds Won by The Fascinator. Julm lletchler: cnnd. 'hoky. Samuel It, Foster, third. Wheatland Model, It, i;. Cook, fourth. Fober. James Morrleon. l.lmlt txiirs. under 17 pounds Won by HaJJI, Mrs May U. Karhi second, Cronn Prince 111 Itaiph .1. Oih-n: third. Auburn Happy. Jr. Auburn Kennels; fourth, The fgursler. O'alredilp Kennels. Open Iok. umler IT pounds Won by Peter's t ipu n John It Hudson; second, Itajtl, Mr Mmv ! Karl., third. Crown I'rttice III Uh ih J t'.ihen. fourth. Au burn IIhpp .lr Auburn Kenn'M. Nmlie Iiokn 17 poumla and under !5 pounds Hon bj Captain Anthony. Jr.. John Hiiufhorn -erond. The Schoolmaster. Jerry Wh.'e third, l,..ineri.h Hobby, IMli A. IloUrd fourth, Ojlo.lonU Perfection. Oa-le-lonla K nna. Llmlf r"irs 17 pounds and under St Won by The Ci.'.viei. i'nars .T Arthur; rond. l--i..t Pun. h. .Mrs M V. Mory, third, r et' Tin.. Ir Mary 11. lirecht, fourtli. s. ti, st,. y iy, .Mr, r. I. Dunn. Open ti.K 17 iMiunda and under Won by Tin- Whistler. John W Keeitan. second. T ie .ii.iiiel, i'har!e I Arthur, thud. Ilnv stmi lerrj Tonl iirotl, fourth. Captain Nondlei,, .1. II llenkel. Ni1ce Iio,; poiimls mid not exceed Ins S. Won le I'.c , lung, A J tinir, second, Iiirkness, 'lirl'.,pher Keoirh, third, Hut. h. ! j lUKKrrt; fourth, Adams Duply .(hiiics Adams ..'''r.1.11 t,","i :- poinds and not excetdlnr 17 Won by Darkmsf, Christopher Keoirh. sseond. Hun Ton 111. Frank Owens; third, .rturdy llov. Jo.-.eph A Miller, fourth, lnkee Cairt, Charles J, Arthur ..0lif.n r'.';'. I'ounds and not exceeding 27 Wan by Darkness, Chrlitophcr Keosh; seosml Hon Ton III.. Frank Owens, third. Bud Noodles. jr nianche IV Tntmsn. foiirth. hedKen-li-k Hocket. Frank S. Vounr. -JMnner. ii,,!-, p,tr's Captstn; ressne, The Whistler Junior Puppy llltohea under I months eld anil not ecee,nB 9 Won by Iaidy Harmless. Mrs. A'bert Hrennan: second, JJf'lt ,niRna. Trlmount Kennslsj third, . c- ''arry W Caes.dy; fourth, Flury. llllam C l(iwan Penlor Puppy llltehn. over I months old and not exceedtnn I! Won by Cale. donla Pansy. Cildonta Kennels; ocond. anlty li.tr W n. Mwalnson. thlril. The thliperlnif Hope, Jerry White NftvK- lllielie,. mi.ler 17 pounds -Won by Itd- Harmless Mrs Albert Hrennun; ?f?I",;.Kx;'',n.". Trlmount Kennel.; third. Vsnltv Fnlr. W H. nson. fourth Fascinator. Mrs Mary I:. Hrecht 'Jur'"' l.lmlt Hitches, under 17 pouni1Won by JirjiiHvIa, Cliarles J Arthur; seiond. Jud on olrl. .Mr., Arthur li Jones; third, raledoiiia Pansy. Trlnmunt Kennels; fourth, Nnodles Mttle (llrl, John ! Schlomer Open Hltehes. under 17 pounds Won by Bryiiala. rparles .1 Arthur; second. Miss tjporty To.s, Mrs II II Throop; third, Judson llrl. Mre. Arthur il Jones, fourth, CHleJonW Pansy. Caledonia Kennels iwivien iiiiiiies, i, pounils mil undsr 22 I Jon by Harry's aientliif, Mlouon Ken. VT',1 I' liii'', third, lledKeHaler peicc), Tlniulhy lleechlnnr; I fourth. Ilveritreeii MldL-e, Joseph Ills. 1 north I l.lmlt Hltehes, 17 pounds and under 22 Won by l'eiiie,iio, .Mrs Marv It. Ilreclit ; second Hurry's Valentine. Mbiuon Kennels; third. Walter's sister. John H Walters fourth. I'.i'iiiii. Mrs. Mary K. Hreeht I Open Hp lies 17 pounds und under 22 Won by Iti.lby s lleaiitirul riirl, Saniuel llalby. setiinil. Waller's Ulster, John II Wsliers. third. I.ady Kermll. Frank 1' f-IUM II Notice lllii lies, 22 pounds and not en. reedlns 27 Won l.v llreen's l.aijy, jai k Hreen. second, Nash's Helle, w. It. Nash j. mill iiiienes, tiuiiniiH anil not ereed Init 27 Won In Krla tllrl, Miss II lnP. Open lllti lies, S J iound nnd not peed- ' Init 27 Won In- Dul.y Wlilte Jeru Wi lis . Winners HI: lies, Itulby's He autlful (llrl ; reserie, Hrnn-ftt j tlreen Hit' lies, never before shnivn ii an I A. K ' shove Won by Kueenen Dlma, Trlmount Keime's seivind, Fast Inatoe, Mrs I Mary H. lire lit, third. Vanity r.ir. w K Hnalnsoii; fourth. Missis Kid, Merrick A- I JJuerr Members Dors. Won by f'linmplon Doyla tnn Prim." Ill . Samuel ll Fosier; seennd. ' Hobby I'liisli, Paul I,. Donath. j Mtnibers ltlteirt Won by Countess Dee. Tee. Dee tie Kennels; seennd, ICneenee llljini, 'I'rlnimiiil Iveimsla ' llreeders los, brid bv enhlliltir Won by Home Nobliv Hoy, Mrs li D, Dunn, seennd. I.laueri h Hobby. Divl.l A llolard; third, Trlmoiiiil Mlilttei, Trlnmunt Kennels Hreeders llliebis, bred by exhibitor Wuii by unity Fulr, W u, Snalnson, I'hiiiupl'iu Iioks Won hy champion Chip Chase, , il llnhr; eind. chaniplon Jioyimon Prlnfe m , Samuel it Foster. Champion llln hes Won by Champion ttexcellu, John DletschleT; second, Chain plon Princess Iris, Clalredatn Kennels lliuee Class Two. either sex Won by Mrs. Mury II. Ilrethl; second, Clalredate Kennels, Team Class, three or more Won by rinlredale Kennels, eerond Mis. Mary K. Ill Hilt. To Take Chnrge of Norrata Pekra, During the residence In Nesj Tnt rlty of Mrs. M ll. liar by. owner of the No wata Kennels of Pekingese at Hunting ton, I I., the ilugn In the kennel will be In ekana nf b. and .Vs. B, Marks. Vtckerr Kennrli' winner Cham pion Vlekery Oreenhnnk Selection. HAS HIGH PRAISE FOR SHOW AT FAIR lionlelle Conies Home With Tnles of liUxnrioiisly Cush ioned IteiiclieH. .Intneii Bontelle, the New York repre sentative of SprattK Patent. h.iR Just re turned rrotn I'nllfonila, where he vim the superintendent at the dos show held In connection with the Pan.ima-Pnclrlo Imposition, Mr. lloutelle rersirts th.tt the dhow was the best attended exhibi tion of dots that be has seen and th.it the bcnchlnK of Mra. Anita ll.ihlwln's doira was the moat attractive he Iiuh ever encountered. The does owned In Mrs. Baldwin' Anoakla Keimela were benchert on their own benchltisT, which occupied r epace sixty feet Ionic, the benches belnic up htildtered In the most expen-rive and elaborate way, nml without a doubt It was the flneat display ever seen tit a bench show In America. The 1oks too were In keeplne ulth the flxlureM, ns they were all specimens of the blithest order nnd In some breetls the finest of their kind In this country. Joseph Hurrell of Wondcllff Itke, N. J., was the all round JudKe. W, M. Coats of Vancouver, H. r nns tne Judge-elect for the terrier classes, but asked to be excused from JudeltiB the Airedales, as he found he hail been re sponsible for tho sales of sever.il of the dops entered. These classes then were added to Mr. Durrell'H list, and he han dled them In an able manner. The show ivas a profitable one for the exhibitors, who won the majority nf the prlies, for there were money awards In every class, Including winners. The Lirsest entrlen were In collies, Airedales nnd setters. Hnd there was a particularly fine lot of Irish terriers and llostuii terriers en tered. Mr. lloutelle reports that the quality of the exhibits was excellent. BRITISH NOW LIKE BOSTONS. American Breed at l.aat Win FaTor Across Atlantic. It always has remained ii (treat mys tery to followers of the little American dop. the Boston terrier, why this breed did not meet with recotcnlllon from Knu-Hi-li fanciers. From time to time reports of sales of Rood Hostons to fanciers In the llrltlKh Isles have been reported, and It was thought that once Riven a foot hold this handsome little doi; soon would find favor with the don lovlnK public In ICtiKlaml. However, this Ims not been the case and the breed haN never re ceived uny genuine attention from these fanciers. In the Christmas number of Our Hogs a well known writer h.is this to say about the Hoston tcrrlet In Enir laud : "Like the 'lllelan' I.iddle' of the sonp, the Hoston terrier, such a favorite across the Atlantic, has been 'Inn a-comln" into popularity In this country. The latest news of the breed, how ever, rather Inspires optimism for Its future In Ilrlt Ish rtogdom. It U promised the iiatron aire of various prominent people, and b number of Bostons are now to be met with In London. Mrs. Kenton and Mrs. Itoborts. two ladles who both reside In the south of England, are now breeding Hostons, and n charming photograph from Mrs. Vnughan Howler, once a lead ing light In Yorkshire terriers and now a whole hearted enthusiast of the Hos tons, depicts qulto a largo group of the American favorites at her place In Es Fex, So far a the breed hns gone In this country. It may exumpllfy nothing much more than the parable of the half loaf which Is better thun no bread. Hut It Isn't so long since nt hnd not even the half loaf, and really mimkahle and quite unexpected prirrchs lui.i been made of late. Mrs. V.iugh.in Hnu.e-r considers that If the devotees of llontons In Brit ain are careful to go In for the smnll slio of terrier the future of the breed Is assured. MBS. HERBERT SURE TO JUDGE, , Truth In Iteport Thnl sine- Will .Vnt lie a I'elie Slum. The clnhltK day for entries for the uMi'n annual specialty ehow of .the I'tklngese Club of Amvtl-a In the b.ill riMim at the Hotel I'Ihk). Monday, Janu ary 31 will be Tucaday. Entries have befti coming In at a rapid rate and a f 'icr-rsjsfui show seems aottred, T.ip suiierjntcndent of tlie show. Charles ! Hopton. st itci that tlie Judge will he Mrs. Herbert of Enelind nnd tiiitt -rill reports that she won 1 1 be unable to olllclite ine without foundation. Mr. Hopton Maten that Mrs, Herbert nlrnady his engaged passage for AmcrlcA on the Ilutt.-i.,..iti and tlnit lecent me(iages from liu" linve assured I'Jio committee that she will be on hnnd for the show on the Slut. Ouft'e Mm iv Popular ns liver. Over In Kuril-nil Hint popular fixture Cruft's Show Is reiclvlng the satno at tentlou from fanciers 113 the coming Westminster Is 75 this country. The sliov.- will bo held st Agricultural Hall 011 l'Vhriiiiry P. 10 and 11, nnd among the Judges are tho following f.in-ler.-i, well known on both slilic of the, Atlantic: llloodhouiids nnd ll.uscts, A Croxton h'mltli; ileciiiouml 1 II. IUvhoii ; Irmh wolfhnuniU, .1 !' lUliy; cooker span iels, K, K. Schotleli vIioivh, Mrs. II. F. Moore; French IiiiIIiIouk, Mrs. Itomlllv: collies and sheepdogs, Hobert Tnlt, nnd I'eklngese, Mm, Iluycs Sadler, (treat Chance for nail Terrlrra. The Hull Terrier Club of America will hold Its tenth annual show In New York city Monday, February 5. ThlM Ih the day before the opening of tlm big West minster Show, and by holding thn bull terrier show the day before fanclcrN of the white cavalier will have nn oppoi (unity In take In both shown mid tho lucky wlnfuT at both could win nine points towards a championship In one week. It. II. Klllolt will do the Judging and a big entry Is looked for, Ctmmplnn Wire Bar nt llvn ton, Ororre W. Qnlntard'a fsmoni Aog, srhleh made phenotnenat rec ord of wins last re-r. LADY SAXSTONE WINS AT BULLDOG MATCH Highest Honor Ooes to Amer ican Bred of Oood Quality. ldv Snxslpne, an American bred henvywelKht bitch, ouned by Dr. liana Itabensteln, on the trophy for the best dot: In the show nt the Vtulldni; ltreedern Association's match held In ltryant Hall Thursday evening. Itcscrve to her wus ' Magnet Mnhoinel, a good heavyweight dog owned by Thomas l'arvln of Newark, The winner, lanly Saxstone, Is creating n faorable Impression with nil who havo seen her and at the match Thursday eve ning several bulldog fanciers who have followed this breed for a number of years In this country were heard to reniarn that they thought her the best American bred bitch which has been brought out in some time. She has won over every dog nt the. breeders' match on two oocaslons and will make her bow to. the public at a big show soon. The match wus a dis appointment as far as numbers went, as there were barely a dozen dogs entered, (ieorge Ixiw was the Judge and a fair slxed crowd watched the making of the awards. If all thosa who came to tha match had brought an entry or two the competition would have been more In teresting. Thomas rarvin's Magnet Kennels were there with the greatest number of dogs and also won the majority of the prlies. MngTiet Joale. a good young bitch which won first In the puppy class, 6 to 12 months, was greatly admired and gives promise of developing Into a good one. The awards: Puppies, under i months of see First, Mrs. N, Hsnlon's Magnet I'.lrlle, second, J, Dono's Irtlnem Duke third. Mrs. N. Han Ion's Msinet llranford. Puppies. 3 to ii months of ie First. I .Magnet Kennels- MuKnet ijtiiy Jane, sec ond. Mng-net Kennels' Magnet Orlstle. Puppies. to 1.' months of agefirst. Magnet Kennels' Magnet Josle; second, Mugnet Kennels' Tommy Atkins; third, IMward Hchonheer's Irish Itironst American Hred Dogs rirst. Msrnet Kennels' Magnet Mahomet second, IM ward fifhonliesr's Irish Martinet Open Dogs First. M.xgnet i;nnl" Mac- net Mahomet, second, Ituben I'larke Iol lr Magnet; third. Edwaid Schonheer's Irish riaronet American Hred Hitches Drat. Dr. Hans Habrnatetn'e Ladr flaxatona; eeoond, Ed ward rtehnnheer'a UroAdwajr Ball. Opn Hitches A repetition of the Ameri can bred class. Wlnnara Dogs Magnet Me-homet. Winners Illtchei lAdy Saxaton. Ilest In Khow Idy .Saxstonai raaarva. Magnet Mahomet. ROSEMARY MODEL A WINNER. Great Little Blenheim la on Way to Ilia Championship. Hosemary Model Is the nam of Kath erlne M, Terry's wonderful little Ulen helm spnn'el which has been such a good winner for Its owner whenever shown. Thin tittle dog Is of a good type, possessing a wonderful bend, beau tiful body nnd the beat of leca and feet. He bus large liwtrous eyes, a fine Jaw and a remarkably short foreface. In fact if the despised term noseleai ever fitted a dog It doeei this one as a photo of his profile does not show any mom at all. Although only 2 yeans of age Model l.as won nt the following shows. whtrB hn linn trained Ave points toward a cham pionship. Wlrnera at the Long Island Hemic! Club's show at Oravesond (191i"). winners at the 111 re wood Ken nel Club's ihow at Greenwich and win ners nt the Clinton Fair show. Will There He a Mlnrola Shntrf A vague rumor Is going around that there will he no Mltieola show this your. This cannot be icrlfied, but It Is eald that tin l.iidlcs Kennel Association of America has practically decided to abandon its imnual fixture, which Is held annually at Mlueola and which Is one of America's greatest outdoor fix tur.H It Is hoped, that there Is no tmtli in the rumor and that another big show will be hold by this association duilnir the comlni; summer. Woodmere Clnb to Hold Match. The regular monthly meeting of the Woodmen Kennel Club will be held nt the Hotel (Sregorlan to-morrow livening at 8:30. After the election of officers for tho ensuing year In over a puppy nuttch will be held. Classes will be mude for puppies of nil breeds where thero are three or more pupplea of the tamo breed present, Tho Judges will be Joseph Dale, Hoston terrier; Mrs. Hurry Taylor, French bulldogs, 11 nil Vin ton llrcese, all other breeds. Mlkelo Gains Many Admirers. An exceedingly well made toy bull terrier Is Mlkelo, the property of .Mrt. A, It. Keyiiolds of this city. This little dog 1ias been a consistent winner and at recent shows bus been greatly ail mired because of his exquisite hody, Mlkelo is one of the few small hull ter riers of quality now before tho public and his owner Is most enthusiastic over tha breed, They are not only attractive In appearane but are bright. Intelligent I Utile dog whl wake Ideal pel H, V. Markerr1! JSoskllla ilpna Kle, American bred, of mat prom, lap. Areore, nanlel XI. I.ynn'a home lirrd Lrnnfleld AdriaHe. af which rrrat thlaaja ara axaeeted. DOG IS ALWAYS HOTTEST. Merer Falls to hnw Ita Bmortona hr Ita Action. There Is one peculiar thine about Aogr, and that Is that they are always honest. No one i"ver saw a doic pant and wna; Its tall at the same time. The dog does rot aeetn capable of a doublu emotion, lie cannot arrowl and rat his ta" nl ,llf nn time, for It In Impossible for him to be mad and glad simultane ously. If a dog Is glad to meet his master he will bark and wag his tall. If he wants to get Into tho house he will paw at the door, whtne and wag his tall, but these are all symptoms of one and the sam emotion. As soon as the door Is opened he will cease to show anxiety by whining and will show only gladness by wagging Ills tall. In order to tlnd out a dog's temper all that Is necessary Is to watch the dog's tall. The dog Is incapable of de ceit, and henc Is nothing of a politician. If he Is overjoyed everything Is Indica tive of the fact and his whole make up gives ample testimony to It. If he Is displeased or angered It Is the same way. POODLES FAMOUS AS DUCK HUNTERS Tn Ancient Tinios They Were T'sod for Work in -Marshes. It Is one nf the rurlous outcomes of show committee of the Iing Islnnd Ken the shows, or rather through his ndop- "I'1 Club held a meeting Thunnlay eve 1., . 1 . . I "Ine at th Hotel Oregonan and d:s. tlon by the wealthy or leisure dims, that I rusf 0(, ,, for tho ,.1,.,, ann,m, ,how the poodle has come to ! known as a lit was decided to claim Tuesday, May toy doc. a household comtiaiilnn. or aim. ' 3 (Peroration Day), as it has been the ply s looked upon as a buffoon. The ' poodle probably acquired his great brain powers through generation of duck hunting ancestors. The duck Is 11 wily uuu ... muiri mien wuunuril, mill n j dog constantly used to hunt duck, anil oiru to recover wnen wounded, and a 1 having to pit his cunning against the duck, no doubt developed a quickness of wit and resource that have lasted the breed eer since. Tho poodle was essentially the dog of the marshes and the dog of the profes sloual duck hunter; the clipping for which ha haa been so noted was not originally done, we hear, tn make him fantastic, but rather to help him In his work In the warm summer weather, when the cover wan thick nnd the days hot. The smaller dogs were selected us pets and the clipping was kept up for mi. thetlc purposes or because It was con sidered grotesque and peculiar. The Instincts of the poodle are only dormant yet. nnd many of the dogs or bitches seen upon our benches can be educated to their original calling of water tpanlrls, and thoy aro ns clever ns they ever were. Of course nome are better than others, but they take very little teaching to retrieve, and when taught to hunt young make splendid gnu dogs. DR. GLOVER WRITES BOOK. Copies nf II May He Obtained Without Chargi'. Dr. H Clay lllover. who Is one of the pioneer makers of dog lemedles In this .country, haj published a compre hensive liooklit, "Dog DlHen.ses and Their Cure, Willi Hints on Fiedlng." This booklet contains many facts which are of Inestlnnhln value to dog owners and na Dr. (Hover will mall tho buoklnt free tn any one who writes tor a copy all fanciers who have nut done so should avail themselves of this offer. In tho ndicrtlslng column will bo found Dr. (Hover1! address. firensn anil Fan Pas Mated. Orenxa, the fine French bulldog ma iron owend by Dr. 11. C. Van Dueneii of Athens, N. V., has been mated with the sensational New Kiiglund dog Fnu 1'ns. 'I his do(f Is wild to be one nf tho best ever neon In this country, but tin fortunately owing to a lug which wuh broken when young 'he Is Incapacitated for show purposes. Tho leg Iiuh mended remarkably well, but there la a slight limp noticed, which pli'-ea this sterling dog in the stud rather than the show ring. Faux I'uh Is owned by Dr. James l.nclallade of Newton Highlands, Mus-ii. Una Fine Litter of lliilldogi. li. Doi f KlmhuiKt. 1.. I., line n fine litter of Iluulllrti bulldog puppies sired by the Dre-nuwold Kenm-lx Cham pion Dreatuwold Irish Hoy. The dam of the pups Is laMiiein Countess, a fine type of hllch, which Ikih been shown on only two occasions, and on one of these went right through her rVuases to win ners. With such parentaae the punis'rrt should show marked quality. Klllfluiid'a. I lillllipion U .ollnr lloy, Imported rrrentlr Hr Anitren AlTirlcht, Jr., t -VeTrark. Almir, tie-orae Qnlntnrd'a 47liamplnn Mat ford Vic, adjadiied heat do a In ahow at AVeatnilnater (inifil. WOMAN MAKES FIRST WESTMINSTER ENTRY Miss ConstancA RnsHclI Tuts Hor PalmntlHii at Ifoad of 1916 List. Mlsn Onr. stance R. Russsell of N"w- York lias tha distinction of belrur the firm penson to make an entry for tho fortieth annual show of Me West- minster Kennel Club, to be held In the Unrdn February !I. 23, 24 end 25, Her ejitrv will be . nalmtin. a-'wtth entry will be a Dalmatian. Among others) who haw r,jiondM to the call for entries at an early date are Mrs. Holey Flske, owner of the Overcross Kennelsj of greyhounds and cocker epau let, and the Misses do Cojit of New Vork, who havo entered a number of their welsh terriers. Till. ..n.lnl.-..l 1. ..ll... will be 'augmented by the fct that Vpe-1 clal claesea have been proilded for dogs with neld trial records, which EnareVn repreeented, and lovers of a good (le d dog will see the Tst t,-pe of their fa- orltes not only wlch bench records, but the dog wmch have actually done work in tno nein ii is reported mat tlie V r-1 glnla hunts will lo represented In its liunl. n-111 lu. ..1 i , greater strength than usual, especially In the foxhound c!assea. Rreeders of Itrtuwls Orlffons In Can ada have made a rexjuest through Con stant Van Camp of Montreal tlhat a class be made for smooth coated speci mens in tnis rasnionntue toy Preed. Til Westminster Club has compllcsl nltli tills request and a ntlmber of nmooth j CJrlffonii In all probability will be en tered. All entries closx on Wednesday Januar)' !. with the superintendent at IS MVst Korty-tltTt street, New York. TO PRINT HISTORY OF JUDGES. bong Island Kennel Club Will Try sr schemei Thle Year, Believing In preparedness, the bench cflotn of the club to hold Its fixture "I""1 ,nal na- Tl"' venue In all probability will he ,f"' C.ravesend racetrack In rtrooklyn. ns iwuoo a imiiiu 10 o eatisrac- ...... .. ... ri,,i.i.- l"r' ln,t 'pnr- Judges were discussed mm me comnmieo promised an innova tion this year, for when the names of those wlio are to make up the slate are announced the press mill get a complete histury of each Judge, his qualifications, record tn tha fancy, Ac In this way exhibitors will know the calibre of the persons nho are to pass on tho entries JUDGES FOR LYNN SHOW. I'annl Oood List la Compiled for T Knulnnd I'lxliire, After the Kastcrn Dog Ciih' fixture held at Hoston tho New- llnglntid taneler turns his attention to the big two ilnv show which Ih held annually at I,nti, Mass. Thursday nnd Friday. Jnuuarv -7 and IR, are the dates for this ear's cient nnd Thursday, January in, is the date on which the entries close. The personnel of the Judges' list In of the best mill the outlook for the coming show N bright The following Judges have been chosen; Joseph Armstrong. Hist nreenwlch, It. I All utters nnd pointers. J, J. ll'Callaghin, Hoston, Msss Aire, dale, Irish mil fox terriers I)r K Sullivan, Hureheeler, Msss Frenoh hulldoes, M. J lionliin. f a-ampsentt, Mass --iins. ton terriers. Dr. John Fi. He Mnnd. Iirooklyn, N V All other hresfis eml iinol.issltl.d epei-l.its MORSE HEADSNASSAU CLUB. Dnte for snnnnl Selected Shnrr Will lie l.ilter. At the annual meeting of the Nassau County K'entiel riub held Monday after noon, January 10, the follow ing' ollleei were elected for the coming yen I'M" Idem, Tyler Morse, vlccproslde'its, Hurry T. Fi lers, Dr. J II Do Mund and Alfred H. Miuday; secretary-treasurer. Dr. H. II. HeteililKihn. The bench show mtnnilttee will be composed of Dr. John 11. De .Mund, ehalr man; F I.. Iluttnn, 11. II Herendsohn. TheiHlom Crane, Mori Is Klnne, Alfred II. Maclay, Thendore iifferin.in, Itibeit Sidgwlck, Jr., nnd T'er Morse, c oill clo. The annua! show was discussed, and us soon as the racing dates are al lotted a date for the event will be claimed, It was derided In have 11 $1 entry fee Mils ear lnslc.nl of II' as lieie lofore nnd 1111 money prizes will be of. fcrcd In the classes other than Kpcii.il. Wn I'l Looks I, Ike n Winner, Among those who havo bred pome good Pekingese In their own kennels dur ing the yeur J11M iinleil Ik Mi..k Mm-, garet l.iiiaiicenliuh of New Viuk, who has been must Mirrc-hNfttl I'roh.ibly the best of the lot Is a young pai'tii olor puppy named Wu Tl, which gncH prom Ine of ilcieloplng Into a good bandy, legged Toko. He poreeKKi-K the desired quality of a good Hat sliull ami ehoit face to a marked decree. Kvcn Snndfipnrk's Owners Hnil More Favored Cnndidntn for Hiprlicst Honor. QrEKNsnoRO snow mo Two hundred and twelve actual dogs were entered nt the open match given by the Queensboro Kcntiel Club In Link's I'atlc, Astoria, U I., Friday evening. This constitutes n record nnd the club mm- can claim the distinction of con ducting ,iho r.irBest evening match ever held In this section. Not only In num bers hut In the ounllty of tho exhibits Friday evening's nffnlr wus. fur nhcml ' of anything over seen nround here. In several of the. bleeds the competition wus keener thnu Is seen lit the general I nn of shows and the names of the win ners of the many valuable cups nnd special trophies tell a good de.il of the quality of the dogs exhibited. Tho best dog either sex III the snow i ptovid to bo a smooth fox terrier, Heath cole S.tndspnrk, n recent addition to the llintheotii Kennels. This placing wus soinewhiit of a Htirptlso to the rlngsldersl and us much of a surprise to the owners of the dug, who Irad pinned their faith ( on the Airedale I'atri.'k Uoraiig to wui, TIim fox terrier, however, proved the uncertainty of the dog sh.-w game nnd won oer n select lot of dogi, although' rlngslders ma no: tuiiiK lie mm nn out-, rliln chance. Best of the opposite sex to H.indspark ' was tlm vvlrn haired fox terrier Klsm.iyu of ( 'Imffe. owned hy Oeorgo CJulntnrd. She Is :i grand hrailed, good cvuted ter-' tm .....I 1. U.,-nV. I hl.n.alf I The Ust toy dog in the show was Mrs. i Ueurge (Juliiturd's I'omeranlan Htdgway Oiooolatu Drop, U well known winner of great quality, having n wonderful coat., Tlm liost rcklngc-e in the show was the rrs Imported Sutherland Ave Han Ku, by the Wen run Kennels, He is led dog with a short face good bone, and body line linil looks to be of championship calibre. Tho largest entry In the eliotv greeted Judge Alston A. Host III the English bull dog classes. A largo number of puppies were out, tile best of the lot being Hook- el!T Kinnels'e Cock o' the Walk, n five I months old male which claim tho great lnlernailnu.il champion Oak Nana a.s Its dam. This youngster lvs great nwn.lutt ,,.! li'lll ...-iln ,,n Inln .nn.1 ,, ir ho i.nt.i. i,i i.e...et tnrm tt is I i a red fawn with a white head, heavy' n0n" 11 """ '""'J'1 t',',,l of -"boulders j ani1 absolutely sound I vln"', ""R" w"n' n norkcllffe Iord I Brllllnnl. a nut-sive white henvyweiglit, i Thom.se (Irlsdnle's Ame-lean bred, (lothntn Defence reserve. Itoth aro mas Ivo built heavyweights with good heads and belles nnd there Is little to choose between them. In bitches Dr. Hans ltnbenteln's I.ndy ftavMone went right through her claesr.s to winners. He- serve was Mrs. D. S. Hudson s 1-lngon, V. ; . . 1 1 . . l,K,...n..n,, . . I. I 1 . 1 . .IrtH. I uiliinin n' nl) "tism, " " -""- C0'er 'h'0w .hat' the 'old axTon, f f"nderR haW -,,1 egets like" MUikZ gS;"" of thrir hftX0 trta,'d uril hroUKht nut ft ounB ten-months-old to a dose of arsenic wlr" ,,:llr,, xmW puI,,,y' "h I The b-Jlldc.es owned by Mrs. C. N. nnv ubleh won for bet fox terrier nun ' ..... ,'05ti1, . ,' ,w ThV voungstr he re, ""'t Astoria, I.. I., have had a most ,. of , " ,.. hV two "ha mpl .-.. Wire ll"reslng experience, as the latter part , Tm Urmon nt . fVo , c rheek" of l?t week It w-as found to.U a number .i i, .hows I. s wrent breed nr. With ' . . . .... . .1 little more age to ncoiop n-.m lie - " ; i. j . should be able to eho.v the way to many ; -n months old bitch suonumbed to Imported and home bred champions. of thla pot-on and It was only Hoston terrlem had well filled classes, by the moat heroic effortjjthat some of Oeoiste II. Ming's Dandy Hoy being the , the others were eavcl. The recent lm w.nnlng dog and Mrs. V Dlx Taylor's I lrwtta Duke of I'laza Toro was crltl All.e Tailor the winning bltrh. Itoth . H- 111 and for afowdays It was thought are youngsters which made their debut laiit summer and which have done well whenever shown I lie ue.iny support wnicn mis oern extended to the Queensoro Kennel Club , is hoped (that he will b ci'Ms to recovor has ronvlnoed the otllclals that an Anifri- his best form In time for tho Wewt .an Kennel Club show next summer 1 111. lister. wouM be .1 big eticccss, and consequently ! oveial of Mrs. I'latt'.s nio.t prized they are to apply for a llcemo nr.d hold brood matrons ihave leen 111 and It was .1 big .ill breed show some time In the thought for 11 titno that the kennel would summer. Tlie awards' Ixj sadly depleted by tne tlend who chrew Host. m T-rrler Judge AH a Itotsnberg ! U10 isilj-on to tho ilivo. No duo to the - vinnr dugs, Osorre it Ming a Ming's person who committed the not of glvliu" Iinnay Hoy '"' w '!'"ck;. lv.'.r 1 the poison bus been found. All of Mrs. T. "T Winners Mtrhss, Mrr. I . In , , ., 4 . , ,, , T or's le Toiler, reserve. Iuts node's , I'lattei neltr'ilHir.s are m'Kt friendly nenl IMna .1 .panes. Spaniels -Judge. Anton nist Vtlimeie docs. Mrs .. II lonhnrdt's Ne. ...ii,. r-M. Mis 1 rndiesn s l.ltt e jip Ulna uttl-h Teirlers--Ju le Fr.mk Mern l.erc Winners lngs nnd MP-iise, Henry tllxliy's Heiie' rhleftnln. reerv, Forties's l',gy Irish Terr.ers .Iii lge, Krsnk Sternberg 1 rioren.e Itlfdsrbeck's Kid. St. llerimnls- JuOi:". Fnnk eHernberg i Wlnneis il.ni. unl hitches. Hellcat- K'n- nels- llsllcaie rv.met II resrie, rranic Winners. Miss l!oe kleln's ll,irr t'.re.n nin.s -1 uige. nnn Merne-rg ' that a periwn could stoop so Ion- as to Winnei .logs, Mnr'ln llrdmnn's Hntnn. 1 ,.. . -i-si. nn,i ,.n,i,. ressne it .1 nnnovnn'e prlncs Oonocsn 1 .V " de.cnceieM animal anything M.i .loi.vu Winners Idtehes. J. Link's which would cause the soiiy that ar-j-s-tit 1 . reserie. Henry Itnthe's Klnra VI. Iheulc will, but In even esse' this haa eVr !!s,:;,Jir:! .rf"!. a z'ZVi thr doga Duke llnrls. Winners hli-hes, Mrs. e w hlc.lt have TDeen marked by tho poisoner. Kriekenti's Margaret. Dachshunds Judge. Prrink fiternber-- . !,"?.,' . ."' ..!. 'nr' ."1"'l" ? Tr Klchrtm Intro, r-Fis"rra niii" cnii'-r 1 PMUKlil'lAll MlllIiA ihow CJiitus- -J ut k. Pr B. II Prpn1 fr.hu Vltiiurn ilntH nnd Mtcln. IMnln W tiM'!itr'ti Kl iw (hi.v, rHrvf, 4,iii ottr' ih.Iii,( h mi Jl M'k CnnHnIt Hul lip Ii-Ik- Anion A rt - U 'niltTH -I'-K- ItntliiUtf" Ketltif'' Uoi'k- cITrf I,rrl iln iui rffli: l'unn rrj ,V, i'!.'t. ..'VVv.m hll" I p H.siit- lOilfiic nils t,.iIv .iitri.r, ft. Hfrp. Mr I1 H Hit t"tn 1 In Km 1 riinfiii! iti .lii'iK', Ai.t Itdnlnrit Wliiiirn il.ip.ii, trn lictTKc Qulnteti l n Illilc whv "V I'tilHt' I ri , r'rM 1 r, M Ti I jh IS.iiuIln W ImitTfi t'l' hr, Mra U on tiui KV Tlnv N'lnt MAY LEAD IRISH TERRIERS. slerlln Mimtlml Will lie Herd tn Henl nt Westminster Mum, The re. cut lrlh terrier Impnitntlons uimli' b Willluin Wench mid .Ml'h.ii'l (I'Shi-.i nf The Hicui already hale pi-iivcd profit il'le him stincnts. Tjm Iblllsli 1 1111 :! n litis Ii Hr.iwiiiiuire PIOMI ll.lS MlU'lpi'lI cli;ht pupplts at the llilllcflile Ki'iinelx Mliicli ucte lrci hy lusleslde Merlin .Mnntb.il. :i dm; whlcii u.11 itniirirtil ftnin llu. nllu... I.l., M.ti.t. 1..H Ii.ih been 11 si-niitliin.il winner him-1 'I'-J"'!. " setti rs. all t.rrlers will be self and Ii.ih to his credit over one J"',K!' ,: , S 1 i,." ,u",,on I'rrlers, line hundred llrilH nnd specials mm In Pjib- 1 '"Itli'.". "U toys, mlccll.incoiiM and liind. Itclnnd, Scoilnnil mid Wale I ''"'"'"'';'. '"Cil. clilhlreii s nnd sweep- AmiitiB the must tniti.ble of his nln-i ' M'lKl lnf"",'' take the rings. hiiio been Ilm I'm Hlllneii ch.illcnuc 1 cup of the Iilsh Terrier Club of I.'iil--1 liunl mid liist money In the lucsiucel st.ikrtc put up by that cluli. The dm: l- nmv n lllllii mer 2 years old .mil Just minim; Into his brut form. lie 1 will be exhibited nt tlie Westminster slum- nct mouth. The puppies by him nut 01 mien 11 coot mini ns Hrawn morn 1'loss should prow winners when tlicy niature, sirs. Ilnuiitiier la II 11 rrliiK. Mrs K. Louis lliinptuer, wifn nf th Hccii'liu j nf the li.iilisliiiuilc I'luli nf Anu-rlca. who Injuml her kncccip so liiully a few Mci'kM nun that she had to submit In an opi'iiiiliui at tlm Culver slly Hospital In I h I Itci Ic-tpli In, In KHil In be nn the way In inuiplcle lecoicty The iipi'iatlon was a Hiicci'ssful nne and the llijilicil kin " Is nn the incinl. New lK I'niMT In I'lilrnun, A new monlhly In In, k 11. inn i,H Hi,. lUip H'nrM will ho l.iunrlii'il In I'hliaun this iiniiiih That tin- new pulihr.il Inn sliouW Hticiccil thc.ro is nn dnubl c'hl chko has bi'cnmn 11 hnlhi4 nf ilu f.m clers iiinl a imiiiiIum of I.hikc ki'tiutv. are located llicie Tlicy slmuli) h,. able to support a paper and no doubt will. rF.KINOKSK. MAONinrRNT rHKINOKSB A Few Lovely Specimen IMreet from Mra. Herbert's Keanals, London and I'arls To be Sold At Reaaonable Prices Among them a beautiful brace ef red dogs. Ideal pets for lady of faahlon. Champion I'edlgrsea, Ileet Looks. Prtie Winners. Adults and Pupplea. The Wnrld'a Heat I'eklngeas Hlood. Iluy your Friend a Peklnteael Dogs may be seen by appolMmant Th blua ribbon winner, Taha of Nwn ham, at rtud. Fee A provan atre ef beautiful puppies. Visa Kalherine Pretb'isy 4 tVeal 40th Street, New Tark. Tel. ltryant 1(11. AMERICA'S meat auooeaaful Vraadsr ef Pekingese: typloat Takea of all ages fer mis and at stnd. Mra. A. McCl.UHE IIAI.LRV. Mountain fltatton. Orange, N. J. Tel. Orange S7II J. FOX TK It lint It. CONEJO KENNELS g.r.VrVt".!' uir. ii.ir..i iCh. Oiiycroft 8aleg..rea t8 PV.,Vi.7l Konelo Parcel Pott. ' M I ot Terriers !,. Iw.d Nut .. jas Meat High-fCh. Dumegan Hero " t2A land Unites Ch. Anlrxa Chief.. . $25 rupples and Uroirn Toga Fw Sale .iiidrt't all eommunlrattotu t CHAS. TRAYFORD, Mgr., Hunlinrjin, L t. Bmaeth and Wire rot Terrlara at PJtal and for Sale. OXFORD HENNGU. J. B. ABLE, Tappan, N. Y. BOSTON TEHKIKIiS. BEAUTIFUI. noSTON TBRRIER. fe male, ten weeka old. by Champion Home Ilnr; dark seal hrlndle; white marhlnca; cheap. Mrs. JOHN Si-Alt K. 191 a Ave U nisir Flathush Ave., Iirooklyn. ENGLISH Bt'I.MIOOS. FOR AAtiE Thorouchbrad EnsTKah Bull Tup, ? months old. screw tall! reason for eelllng. tooting to ctty J-or particulars urtdress C, lo l&C Hun, DOG POISONER BEGINS WORK ON LONG ISLAND Mulldorrs in Kennels of Mrs. C. X. Piatt Victim--of Arsenlt-. Tha nsnt derplsed of all personn the dog poisoner has been plying hta ne- nWn.i. . A m. n-1 , I . latllnc- ftJ4 m A m "vi.". ...... .. -ioi"-"" ... nr..... fctiff.r nL- fnr.m rwilmmltir. fine title that he could not he paved. However, by the most diligent care lie Is now or, t'.ie road to recovery and nlthough ho shows tjie effect of his trying ordeal It lllie ll.ne Plum ,ln nno )f I ... . Poi"ltlo that ot Itney nave shown mat kwi interest in mils miiidoga. it seems int one, of them nould try to give vent to epilo by imttlng lolson 111 the dog y.ipu nnd the person responsible li. a csunplete myster In tho Flatbuali secrtlon of Brooklyn there, have heem a number of cussyi of ,iPL. iml.torvliic n ..fj l11'lv" '" n "'J reported and aever! dogs troyeil. it seems beyond the realm of Iniman reaeon to believe It will Te rrmimibered that earlv last eummer a number of thn bee htiilnVtn In the Woodcraft Kennels we !nint that it tvb thn efrct of hn toIpoti ItaWit Ird to tho death of thut rraml , liffhUM'lcftt ntud dot? Wn.vlcr.ift Str lu1d. ,h In tho nt Mrs. Piatt's KrnnW tln wianor oov?rH htn tr4ck!, nl W(1I that HO cllU to hU ii!r.nltv .vMtl.l ... . 1 ' AikHIp fancier nho has suf- icnii n Fn-iu nss inroiisTli Wie medium if the imlpom-r Is Mm Kthel May Way of Jfew IaiiiiIiiii. uluwe wonderful little ihnmploti Jnpun.-nn onatilel Mo Mo n-as poisoned last month. NEW CLUB WILL HOLD SHOW. Jersey Clrannlrn tlon to Ileal n Ca. reer nn Thnran'a) . Thn Hudson County Kennel club will bcRin Its carver as a sdinw rIvIiik or Kiinlz.iton cm Thursday, when the llrst match show will be hold nt Proemchen's Hull, rninn 1 A 111. N. ,1. Tho entries cliis il yrslerdiiy, but post entries will be rccciwil up to the time fur the iuiljcltiR to start. The nnler of JuiIkIiut nlll ba ns fol. Imv: At V. M Prench btilblnarx Wluiii-ra In Klondike Kennrla. fr. S. II lloblnsoii of Westerly, H, I, has 11 strum: kennel of flreat Panes.' amotii; ii'hivb arc mnny bis u Itmers and di'Ks which liino helped make history lit this breed. The name of the kennel Is ""' Klondlko and they w nmo a fnr hnuiiis at smno of tho comlna; shows. PEDIGREE BLANKS FREE OF CHARGE New York Sun KENNEL DEPARTMENT Encloted find 2c. stamp. uiantu irec or cnarge. NAME. . . . ;.7.7.7. ADDRESS 2L"i" I?- owner'. B.m, ,1,' u. rOMERAtOANi. MRS. K. CABMN OP THE EASTNEY KENNELS LONDON, ENCIt.ANP, haa arrived with some ot her noted ro.MF.KANIANS, all colors, from J pounds weight. Thaaa Include winners at the best English Championship Hhos; also an exquisite Paktngeaa female, alssve speolman. IIOTKI, Olll;UOltIAN. (Vest ISth fll, New Tork. Tel. Oreeley t0. fftgheat Claas ahow perlmens. Toong and lfealthy "teck, for Sale at Moderata Prices. .Blaeka and Brenna a SIpeelaltT. Noted Prlia Winners at Mad. Mrs. B. r. Mayhew. Trolley Bt H Jarlrha Turnpike. New Hyde Park, La Island. Phnae 4T-R Floral Park. 104 three months eldl houaa tralnadl mak Ideal pet. DF3AN, 11' West I lth Btrett, New York. POMERANIANS AND PXKINO PAIKFAX POMERANIAN" AND PEKTWO E8E OP THE HtnilESlT OTTALITT. NO SALES TO DEALBrta. MRS. FRANK T. CLARKE IsARCHMONT, N. V. (Beaten Poat Road. Maybaw Araaua.) AIBEDAI.BS. FOR SALE AIREDALE BITCH Fin, brainy, blr bona rouneajlai'. Areitatemed ta ehlldrea. aired by ehamplnn Gee long Oaist. Addresa Mr. Wm. F. Hurley Pelnt Pleaaant, N. J. COI.TJE0. FOR SALE Tsro larsdr ttjMllssessS OJlle B"niMlsa Cntlle aable and while males I'hnns si 4 Bedfor. MRS. ELIZABETH OAIll, 10 New Vork Avenue, Brooklyn, K. . COCKER HPANIEM. MEPAL KENNELS New Marlboro. Berk. County. Maaa. COCKER SPANIELS PAMOL'H CHAMPIONS AT KTCB. Pupplea and Orown Stock usually for ai Caeker Npaalela tn all tha varlaua eaiata far salt. The Mldklff Kennels, Dallaa. K JAPANESE SPANIELS. JAPANESE SPANIELS, grown dam aad fupplet (ot sals; Imported stock. Mils larksea, iti Bergen St., Iirooklyn. Pkaas Prospect 7(IC TOT POODLES. TOR SALS Beautiful white alTkasi an poodle pupa. SNOWUAJiT. KBNNBI.. m w. i:th. Puebto. Colo. OEBMAN SUEP1IERD POLICE D04M. OXRMAN SHEPHERD DOfM. PupplNi uid Orosrn Dsaa. elSivikw kennels, Ceaaell Hnlldlng. Mrrantoo. Pa. MIBCEUANBOC& The Dog Shop 15 East 35th Slreel, New York Just oppostt. Altnmn'a Phono Murray Hill ctti A emart eiiop where nil breeda ara sol.t quality Hnd pe4itre guarautead c how chow end Hoston Tenter nurmlM a specialty The famous Hoston Ter rier Champion Soma Hoy, at etud. Pee Ho. DOGLAND 11 W. Isth Itreet, New York. Us for lectlna- our dog for the Holiday, coma It. and look over our dogs nnd pupplea You are sure to find something to ppeai ta Vat nt a suitable price, Any breed. ATTENTION! Whe aala Dora. Oata jrdnJ.'y,h1.. '.'h'1""!; '''-'.Int.VnatlTn Judge, has tha rholcul tvollctlon of alt breeds In New York, tniluilnr oon.lan "ant Imported stock, WU SHIP A-fr. WIILue, state breed raqutrad, NKW rnm KENNB1.S. in Ba-s: 9tT Ft , New TortT ORIENTAI. HKArTIHS for sal. .rt .t stud Japanese and Peklnr'se. puppies anrt rrown dots, a eo Pomeranians linporte : stock, t hadorjlan. : Clarkson Ave " Flat bush, N Y Phone (ll Klat lENNEt. UtrrPMRS). BOOK ON DOG DISEASES And How to Feed Malted free to a t address b the Author H.CLAYGI.OVKK.V.S. m West 31 stSt,. New York iMln't SPRATT'S Cod Liver Oil Cakes Invaluable for kseptna- ths coat In oondltlor. Wrlta for sanipl and snd Ce stamp fo "lloa; ('iilture,' SPRATT'S PATENT LTD., NEWARK. I Why Not Win At th Westminster ? riefetalnnal tiB Hand'ers ilu Tin ir Isiks i.taivn's (iiMiirtcis i-n.i.s Tiinv rtisr m.nn ,i iv,,,.t phj.u-. I'reeman l.ln)d, A7 , tilt It st, N, . (- KCZKMA. yUr "" MA!S0K toe and 11.90 bottles, post ralit KeiiHTn Koat hiire. Polni plea, i-1 v. Jersey. No : Hul roa.l ,lir. CI I OH Westminster Kennel Club DOG SHOW Matllson St. Ii'iirtlt'ii, (iv nrl, rir.s.uv. m..J;jH 1 111 ki rehnnni -.i, Inn ENTHIKs ( l.nsH ,m u,y ,,rM t or trmnim I .( ami In ''irmnMU rr '. GEO. W. GALL, Superintemienl Hooni 1101. Is i:. list t, nrK Please send five pedigr ec