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ALBUQUiKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
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I MASTERLY ADDRESS OF SOCORRO COUNTY FAIR TRINIDAD HANDED TWO
"DBlf FARMING" CAMP
BELL TO LECTURE AT
Where to Dine Well
Santa Fc Restaurant
Open Day and Night.
Meal at all Hours. Firt Class Service Private
Dining Rooms in Connection. Fresh Lobsters
and Blue Point Oysters Received Daily. - .
Under Savoy Hotel
C. E. SUNTAAGG, Pi-opmtor
OGDEN VOGT AT
IS GOING TO BE
DEFEATS TO THE
B A. J. MALOY
214 Central Avenue
Talk to Young People-Words
of the Skepti
cal. Will Last Three Days Begin
ning September 28 -Things
That Will be Doing.
First Game 8 to 2-Second.
2 to 1-Hls Umps
Cut-off Merchants Do Bust
ness With Albuquerque
u nri i
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3 famous brand fi
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j A full line always in
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nnd Sundays, 10 to 12 a. in., 2 to
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Friday Nights lteservcd for Pri
vate Skating Parties.
Admission, Int-liidlns Skates, 25c
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305 West Gold
15 Minutes of Amusement
Anmtenr Xkilit in a Vaudeville
The Araliian Musician.
King of SKiiles.
Fleet rie Belt.
'no llet Tlilna; In Life.
J. It. St'OTTI. Musical Director.
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Mr. Von (ift.1,,1 Vogt, formerly the
ener.il Secretary of tlie Y. P. S. C
K. of the world, but now engaged no
one of the Secretaries of the Hoard
of Home Mlwiuns of the Presbyterian
church, with headquarters at 156
Fifth avenue. New York ritv. ad
dressed a union meeting of the' Meth
odic and Presbyterian denominations
at the Presbyterian church la fit night.
Mr. Vogt haft been spending his
vacation In a strenuous manner In
deed. In the care of Indian guides
he has been traveling through unex
plored portions of Arizona, and Is
here from a trip through the black
mountains of the Navajo country. He
said in an interview that he had' been
in portions of the black mountain
country where the Indians told him
that no other white man had ever
trodden, and that he had witnessed
many thrilling and pathetic scenes In
the hogan life of the Navajo people
whom he classes a the most inter
esting and gifted of all aborigines.
Talk to Young People
The subject of Mr. Vogt's address
was "Young People's Work in the
Churches." Mr. Vogt said that ns a
boy he had thought of the church as
an abstract thing, that he had looked
upon It ns a pile of maslnrv. of org
ans and stained glass windows, with
a pulpit and a minister behind it,
but that the church which he attend
ed had never let him know that there
was something of personal Interest
In the church to him as a bov. or
that there was any way In which he
could be of service, or do anything
to help advance the kingdom of
The way to Interest a boy he said
Is to let him do something for you.
Now the church has outgrown the
idea that the young people have no
place In the working personnel, nnd
the growth of the young people's
movements In the churches is one of
the great advance steps In building
up the kingdom of God. "But," said
Mr. Vogt, "We are losing yet over
sixty per cent of the boys who have
been brought up in the Sunday
Schools, and to my knowledge no
denomination has been able to ap
proximately solve the problem of how
to hold these young men in the
church and keep them at work for
God and righteousness after they
have reached the years of free will.
He said that if a committee of the
brainiest men and women In each
church would spend their whole time
In church work to thinking out plans
as to how the boys and girls could be
interested and kept busy in the
church work, It would be the most
profitable expenditure of time given
by any one at work in that church."
About the Skeptical
Mr. Vogt said that Just before he
left New York a gentleman who was
connected with one of the Universit
ies of that city had said to him, "I
am fast growing to be out of sympa
thy with the church; it is not modern
it is not dealing in things of living
Interest to men." Anda gain at Kan
sas City a westerner had said, "If vou
are not careful you will find more
people out of the church who belong
to the kingdom of God, than you will
find in it," and again he said, "I
have just been reading an editorial
in a New York paper In which the
editor speaks of having been invit
ed to address a meeting at Jerry Mc
Auley Water Street Mission, to en
courage the support of that mission by
wealthy churchmen, but he said ho
can I ask wealthy men t: give ten
dollars to Water street mission to
help convert a drunkard when the
same man will nceive one hundred
dollars from gome joint or dive
which helps to make drunkards."
Mr. Vogt said that ie fell that the
men had sp ken fi-jm lack of real
knowledge of coid-Mons in the
church, and of the ehur -ties' present
attiiuile. but he -aid r i the duly of
every churchman lo nelp l.y n;s own
manly life, and aggressive work and
intelligent study of conditions to help
efface such erroneous Ideas from th2
minds of men.
That the church fs taking a live
Interest In modern affairs was shown
by the fact that the Presbyterian
church has a department of church
and Labor where a secretary and as
sistant spend their whole time trying
to solve some of the different prob
lems of the labor question and to
try to bring the la,bor classes intj
more sympathetic relationship wl;,s
church work. And the work of the
department is recognized by all the
labor leaders of the country. He be
lieved that the church is taking its
place as one of the most necessary
anil helpful of all institutions and
that It is using twentieth century
ideas in its management.
The Iuty of All
The speaker said that lie thought
that one of the most important pur
poses In the Christian's life was to
help win workers for Christ and the
church, that he knew of no nobier
act than for one manly young-man
who is in the church to speak as a
man to soma manly fellow out of
the church and invite him to come
ivlth them in their endeavor to lift
up the community and to solve the
great problem of the moral and so
cial life, and to make their lives and
Influence of H constructive value to
social world around.
The IU-V. Dr. Jtollins of the Meth
odist church presided at the meeting.
Mr. Vogt left on No. 10 this morning
for Santa Fe. he will take a horse
back trip through the mountains to
the north and east of Santa Ke in
specting the mission work among
the Mexican people of that region,
and going through Moro pass will
reach Las Vegas after a ten days'
journey. He will go from there di
rect to New York City to resume his
duties. He will incorporate his New
Mexico and Arizona experiences in
articles f ir religious papers and
bonks on studies In mission work.
Cliaiiilx-rlam m Coin-, Cholera and
Diarrhoea 1 toned y, liciicr
Than Three Doctors.
"Three yesirs ago we had three
doctors with our little boy and every
thing that they could do seemed Id
vain. At last when aU hope eeemed
to be gone we began using Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
rhoea Jiemedy and in a few-tiours he
began to Improve. Today he is as
healthy a child ns parents wish for."
Mrs. I!. J. Johnston. Linton, MLaa.
For sale by all druggists.
If you want anything on earth, you
".Tii get it through the want columns
if The Evtnln Citizen. We get results.
"Socorro County Fair Association
September if, 29, 30.
Song of the Booster;
Boost, Boost, Boost
For the Socorro County fair;
San Marcial and Albuquerque,
Are both sure to be there;
Magdalena and Belen,
San Antonio and Carthage, too.
Will meet the boys from Kelly
And a big time will ensue."
This Is a facsimile of the little
cards the Socorro boosters, who came
to, Albuquerque yesterday on a .spec
ial train to see their base ball team
do things to Martin ltyan's Irish
lads, wore dangling from their but
They were boosting for the Socorro
county fair and they were doing il
right. The date of the Socorro coun
ty exposition is at the top of the
card and the little ditty, called the
boosters gong, tells who are going to
Tlie Ilenl Tiling.
And according to V. K. Martin,
secretary of the Socorro county fair
association, it is going to be the real
Mr. Martin was in the city yester
day doing some boosting himself and
making contracts for attractions for
"We have all kinds of money and
we are not ufrald to spend It," said
-Mr. Martin at the station last night
as he was about to board the special
train to return home.
"We are going after the best at
tractions that money can buy, and
when the date rolls around, if you
want to see a real live exposition,
come down to the Gem City. lie
member that the fair opens on Sep
tember ami lasts three days, and
we are going to give the people
something new every day. We will
have a carnival company and we
will have a merry-go-round; there
will be horse races and other kind.i
of races, drill contests and a stock
show, with liberal prizes for all the
contests. There will prizes for the
best of all kinds of fruit and vege
tables, and there will be base bail
$300 For Three Games
"The association is going to offer
$300 for three games between Albu
querque and El Paso, the winner of
two games out of the three to take
the big end of the money. This wlil
give the visitors at the Socorro
county fair tlie best base ball to be
had in this part of the country, and
will also furnish an attraction for
the sports of Albuquerque and El
"We are preparing to make the
wild west department of the fair a
special feature. The broncho bust
ing will eclipse anything of the kind
that has been pulled oft in the south
west in years. We have the bron
chos right off the range and we also
have the busters right out at the end
of the Magdalena branch. The lat
ter have all premised to be present.
There will be cock lights and Galli
nas (chicken) races, and there will
be no Imitative substitutes used in
Curry Will ISuLo Biscuit
"Another feature of the fair that
is bound to make a big hit will be a
cow camp, just like those one sees
out on the range. This department
will be lu charge of Captain Cooney,
and the day that Governor George
Curry is going to attend to the fail,
he and Captain Cooney are going to
bake biscuit in a Dutch oven and eat
them as they used to do twenty-five
years ago on the trail. The governor
is going to deliver an address, and
several other well known speakers of
tne territory will be present to take
part in the program. On Curry day
special trains will be run from Albu
querque and El Paso to carry the
"These are a part of the things
ina,t are going to happen In connec
tion with the Socorro county fair.
If you want to know any more about
the show, consult the advertising
matter, which will make its appear
ance within the next week. We ex
pect visitors from El Paso on the
south and Las Vegas on the north,
and out. west ns far as Socorro coun
ty line, and we are going to show
them the time of their lives. And
don't you forget it," concluded Mr.
Martin as he swung aboard the out
LEARNARD S UNOEM'S
Are you aware that at Learnard &
Lindemann'a music store on Gold
Avenue, you may hear a concert or
an opera every evening, that Is In
finiitely better than the majority of
the ones that visit our opera house.'
There Is not an evening of the six.
that you do not find a little crowd
of a dozen or so music lovers gather
ed in the store or on the sidewalk
in front, listening to their matchless
big "Victor" reproduce the masters,
ami it is creditable to the town thai
the crowd is growing every evening.
It is the common lament of the
resident of the small town that they
lack the advantages of the city, but
it is doubtful whether the wail is
well founded. About the only ad
vantages of the city over the town
are along the lines of music, art, lec
tures and tlie like, and in tlus day of
books, ami almost perfect reproduc
tion In art and musij, this line of ad
vantage becomes very faint Indeed.
The conscientious citizen is usually
careful that schools lie plenty, and
opportunity for education not lack
ing, but unfortunately, the equal ne
cessity f ir the advancement of aes
thi tis standards is not so thoroughly
realized. For that reason the night
ly almost continuous concert going
on at Learnard & Limb-malm's is an
advance step In the right line, and
a factor of Importasce In the culture
rrf the people, for It Is impossible
lor a man or a woman much more
so. a child to listen to a reproduc
tion of Caruso or Sembrlch or Melba
or E.imes several nights a week,
without having his musical tastes re
fi led. and h.s whole sympathetic anil
emotional nature elevated.
It :s unf irtunate that there Is not
i phonograph in every family, and
at the present reasonable price wf
the niach'nes, ther should be. if
you uki not possess a phonograph of
your own, g i around to Mr. Learn
urd nnd a-k him to put on "Caruso."
The Browns are home, and they
didn't bring anything with them; not
even hard feelings, though, according
to a traveling man, .who saw yester
day's game, they should be mighty
The Sunday game resulted !n a
score of 2 to 1 in favor of Trinidad.
The Coioradlans scored one In the
fourth and the Browns tied the
score In the sixth. For the next
three Innings there was nothing do
ing for the Browns, but in the ninth
the umpire handed his home team
the winning run, by calling safe a
runner that was out by two feet In
the end of what should have been a
double. The first man had gotten to
first on a ball, which hud been
knocked down by Galgano and
reached Kunz at second too late for
the throw. The next ball was knock
ed to Clancy and was thrown to
Kuiu at second, who passed the bull
to first. The man at second was
called out, but the umpire gave the
batter the base. Galgano gave the
next man a pass, and as there were
two outs and the next man was also
walked to till the bases. The next
man up scratched a hit and the score
Galgano pitched gilt edge ball dur
ing ills game, but Crabie proved a
pmir box artist in fast company. The
pitching of iletz was on a par with
the pitching of Galgano. But eight
hits were made in the Sunday game,
each team getting four.
Albuquerque's score In the final
game was made by Shay, who went
to first on a dead ball and stole sec
ond, from where he was sent home
by a single by McDonald.
Outside of ,the bitter pill handed
them by the umpire In the second
game, the Albuquerque boys were ac
corded royal treatment by ail Trini
dad, and the misconduct of his umps
cannot oe charged to the town nor to
the ball team.
The second game Is said to have
been the fastest game of ball ever
played in Trinidad.
Saiunla y's (in inc.
Both teams played loosely in the
nrst game, 'j he Coloradoans made
one more hrt than the Browns, but
to a large extent, the result was due
to the bunching of them and luck.
The tabulated score Is as follows:
Players AB. H. H. PO. A. E.
Green, us 2 3 2 0 1 0
Webster, 2b 4 2 3 5 0 1
MeClellan, rf. . . . 3 0 0 0 0 0
Nelhoff, 3b 5 0 0 0 1 1
I Brierly, c 4 0 0 8 3 2
' Sw eet, If 3 0 2 4 0 1
Craig, cf 3 1 0 1 0 0
I Harper, lb 4 1 0 7 0 0
i Nash, p 4 1 0 2 1 1
. .32 8 8 27 6
' Players AB. lt. iH. PO. A. K
Kunz, 2b 5 0 1 5 2 0
Clancy, ss 4 0 0 1 0 2
Cralble, p 5 0 1 0 2 2
Graham, If 4 1 1 1 0 1
Mcllugh. cf 4 0 0 3 0 0
Diamond, c-rf. ... 3 0 1 2 0 0
Kathbun. 3b 4 1 1 1 4 1
Shay, lb 4 0 2 6 1 0
McDonald, c-rf. ..4 0 0 5 2
Totals 37 2 7 24 11 6
Score by Innings:
Trinidad 20030030 8
Albuquerque ..00000 1 1 0 (I 2
Summary: Stolen bases Craig 2,
Harper, Kunz. Two base hits
Sweet. Three base hit Kathbun.
Home runs Webster, Graham. Sac
rifice hits McClelland, Clancy. lilt
by pitched ball Green. Struck out
by Nash 7; by Craible 7. Basas
on balls off Nash I; off (Vaible 6.
Attendance, 600. Time of game,
1:50. L'mplre, Bennett.
MATSON SAYS THE
TRINIDAOS ARE IT
Clifton Coiihx Saturday For Three
Gn men Diamond Is) Signed For
Kest of Sco -on Sek-e Signs
Manager O. A. Matson, of the Al
buquerque Browns, who returned on
the flyer today from Trlndad, where
his Brownies got trimmed both Sat
urday and Sunday, said this after
noon that they never had more royal
treatment than whs accorded them
by the people of Trinidad and Cap
tain Webster's sluggers. They were
given the best the city afforded and
never for a moment lacked for en
tertainment, even when it came to
playing base ball. The Trinidad
bunch is the hardest nut the Browns
have been up against this yenr, mid
when they come to this city a week
from next Saturday and Sunday, Al
buquerque will see a base ball game
with no phony parts to It.
After a couple of days' rest the
Browns will begin practice for the
ciiftiHi games, which are scheduled
for next Saturday. Sunday and Mon
day. Clifton is reputed to be the
strongest team in Arizona, so these
games are bound to be hot ones. Jack
Diamond, who made the Trinidad
trip with the Browns, has been sign
ed for the remainder of the season.
Frank Selee, manager of the Pu
eblo Indians, attended the Alliuquer-
iue-1 nnioart games. and selected
what he wanted of the material In
the games. Galgano was signed by
Selee and goes to Pueblo next sea
son. Selee prophesies that he will sell
the Italian before next season is over
to one of the senior leagues. The vet
eran manager says that he never saw
a pitcher field his position like Gal
HeWltt's Kidney and Liadder Pills
are best f ir !;:ckache nnd weak kld
ntjs. Sold by J. H. O'ltieliy & Co.
.FOIt SAI.F One of the llne-t
4 combination driving and rid-
lug hornc in New Mevlco. Mis-
soiiri bred. si cars obi. ( nil lc
h i'ii until Tuesday at (ioftV
Blacksmith Imp. Copix no-
line. Hie price is 21. Ibis
horse is Miitiible for a physician
or anoiie who upprectulc line 4
mm t i timiiiiii
One pint mineral water cures and
prevents constipation. Atk your gro
cer for It.
Subscribe for The Ctt-n and gel
W. M. McCoy, of McCoy A Co.,
general merchants at Mountalnalr, N.
M., spent yesterday In the city nnd
left orders for supplies with Albu
querque wholesale merchants aggre
gating $4,000. Mountalnalr Is one of
the thrifty new towns on the Belen
cut-off. A few merchants like Mr.
McCoy on the cut-off buying goods In
Albuquerque doesn't look like that
road was going to cut the Duke City
Speaking of Mountalnalr, Mr. Mc
Coy said that property there had
thrlbled in price within two years and
was going up every minute. The
most unique feature about the place
Is that there are no saloons there,
and this peculiarity for a thrifty New
Mexico town is one of the adver
tising features of the place.
"We have been offered $1,000 for
the exclusive saloon right on the
Mountalnalr townslte." said Mr. Mc
Coy, "but there was nothing doing
for the men who wanted the privi
lege. We are going to have a tem
perance town If such a thing is to
be ' had. We have the finest water
in New Mexico, and plenty of It, and
If any one comes along thirsty we re
fer them to the city well.
"On nexit Thursday, August 29th,
we will have with us at Mountaln
alr. Professor Campbell, the dry
rarming expert. Air. Campbell Is go
ing to deliver an address at the town
hall, and we are going to make the
occasion one of the historical events
of Mountalnalr. The Mountalnalr
Commercial club has put up purses
ror norse anil root races and there
Is going to be a barbecue In the mml
old fashioned style. We are going to
have entertainment for the natives m
well as the many new English sneak
ing farmers who have moved Into the
country within the past few vears.
The program will begin In the morn
ing and there will be something do
ing day and night every' single min
ute." Mr. McCoy went to Belen last
night and will go to Mountalnalr.
It Is evident that sheep raisers
must soon own their own grazing
land. There are very few solid tracts
wnn perfect title. 1 offer 25,000 acre
grazing tract, on Cebolleta Grant:
also 5,000 acres adjoining, of winter
grazing, with valleys producing fine
corn, etc., witnout irrigation.
L. B. PKINCE, Santa Fe, X. M.
For twenty-five cents you can now
insure yourseir and ramily agnlnst
any bad results from an attack of
colic or diarrhoea during the sum
mer months. That Is the price of a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy, a medi
cine that has never been known to
fall. Buy it now, it may save lire
For sale by all druggists.
SCHWARTZMAN & WITH
Meat, Poultry and Fish
211 W. Central, Tel. 328
Do You Realize
t; vA vsm
the Serious Consequences of Long
Continued EYE STKAIX?
Priceless above all possessions is the
Eyesight. If you suffer from Head
aches after using the eyes for a per
iod, or if you have poor vision, SEE
1,'S. Your Eyes Tested, and an Hon
est Opinion as to their needs i'HEE.
C. H. CARNES, O. D.
Ill Central Ave. Phone 452.
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full Set of Teeth
Gold Filling $1.50 up
Gold Crow. is $
Painless Extracting:. . . 50c
ALL WORK ABSOMTFLY GL'AJl
ANTEED. VMS. COPP and PETTIT.
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120 South Fourth St.
Hair Dreislnj Fdal Manage
Scalp Treatment Manicuriag
Childreo' Hair Cutting
We manufacture all kinds
of Ladles' Hair Goods. Com
plete line of Switches, Pompa
dours. Puffs, Wigs, etc.
HEAL IIAIll NETS
Sanitary French Hair Rolls.
The new poinp Wave. All
shades to be worn under the
hair instead of ruffing one's
own novelties in back and aids
Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter.
4 ' -
Superior Lumber and Mill Co.
We have the only planing mill In the southwest that Is equip
ped to make Sash. Doors. Mouldings. Store Fronts and Fixtures or
anything that a first class planing mill is expected to do at reason
able prices. Write or call on us before placing your order for mill
SOUTH OF VIAM1RT .
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Cleaning and Pressing Works
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes, Cleaned,
Pressed and Repaired. Goods Called for
and Delivered. Out-of-town Orders Given
LET US CALL FOR YOUR CLOTHES
MRS. ROSE HENRY, Albuquerque, N. Mex.
ioo-iii VV. Silver, Rear Savoy Hotel. Tel. 480
THE VALLEY RANCH
IX you want to eet to cool place In a hurry, wire oa at Glor
'eta, X. M., telling ns what train yon will take and coma on up.
Our wagon vlll meet you.
Tlie round trip fare to Glorleta Is $5.60; tlie stage fare to the
ranch Is $1 and the rate at th .Juich Is 8 per week.
Wo will try to see that you liave a good time. The fishing Is
THE VALLEY RANCH Pecos, New Mexico
mea l WtaS
..k a ':eii
Do you Intend buying enlcle , enjoy the summer months? If you
do don't pars us by. We don't urge you to buy an expensive vehicle
we have many good styles within the range of modest Income.
Top Buggies. Runabouts, Stanhopes, Surreys and Spring Wagons ef
all kinds. Don't stay away because you are not rich. Come and see
Albuquerque Carriage Co.
Corner First and Tiler as Road.
TOO MUCH MONEY?
A certain man opened a checking account
with u$ not Ion? ago. He deposited in the
Bank what cash he
by check. Before long', he discovered that he
was earning enough and spending too much.
His checking account gave him a complete
record of all receipts and expenditures. To
tay, this man is saving regularly because be
opened a checking account with us. You
can have the same experience at no expense.
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT
THE BANK OF COMMERCE
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000
W. U. PATTERSON
Livery find Huurtlini' S3 1 1 I : I j-
311-313 Wot Kilter Avenue.
AI,lll VI I I'.Ql
. 41 RimiltDfiitc u u
nkuvuukiiuuii ni nil
Whose Fault Is It?
The plan of your new house may
be correct, but unless you havs good
building material you're going to bs
disappointed "Thafa What!" "Ifa
up to you" to Insist that every stick
of lumber that goes Into your house
comes from this house then you'll
get the right thing at the right price
RIO GRANDE LUMBER GO.
Corner Third and Marquette
had. and na A ill (wife
K, NEW MEXICO
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