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ALBUQUEHQPE ETEJ7TSQ CITIZEN.
sioxn.tr, ArncsT s, 1&07.
Haercinan Ilnl liio Irish Knowing
WniUlcll KnHkHl Out In 1'onrth
llouixl Itltion Know tlie
t.anie lYom A to II.
f'iur batters hit for slnfflo each, and
wnpti Allen ai called l'i from center
field, the Socorro end of the score
hoard showed seven tallies, and the
baoes were still full.
Under the fire of the university
A bunch of lads wearing the blue
of Socorro trampled the green of
Martin Ryan's (Seronlmos In the loose
soli of Traction park yesterday after
noon to the tune of 7 to 2. And it
was a hase ball game worth seeing.
The Socorro team came on a spec
ial train accompanied by a large
crowd of strong voiced rooters, ami
It Is needless to nay that they helped
to no little extent. It was a noisy
lot of fans that filled the grand stand.
Some came because they had no
Hilton, Hagerman, Cook. Zlmmerly
2, Iiempke, Edwards 2, Ortlx. Time,
1:25. Umpire, Coomb.
tlnrHnft 3. Madrid I.
The Harelus Grays was the only
base ball team of Albuquerque to
win yesterday. The Grays went to
Madrid to play the Madrid miners
and they showed the miners a thing
or two about the game. The score
was 3 to 1. The victorious llrays re
turned to the city last night.
stopped a nit to
MAIL Ili:it I.KTTKIl
"Walt a minute. Iileaxe " a.'ilil n
lad, the next man hit a high fly to young woman as she left an east-
hound car on Second street yester
day afternoon. She hastened to a
mail box and dropped a letter Into
It. Then she ran hack ami boarded
the fame car. '
"Thank you for waiting for me,"
she iuid to the conductor.
Laffont Took One in the 'Slats
place else to go and others came be
cause they were fond of looking at
the green. Then there were those
who had a' tip that the game might
really be an exhibition of base ball.
This tip was a good one.
Hagerman, the much talked of
youngster of the lower banks of the
Rio tirande, was on the rubber for
the Blues and a person sailing un
der the euphonious name (to base
ball fans) of Waddell, went In for
the Greens but only lasted three In
' nlngn. It was In the fourth Inning
that Waddell got his. This was the
only Inning In which the Blues scored
but they got enough then to do them
for the game. With one man out,
Hagerman started the fireworks with
a little blngle to center field, Baca
following with another In the same
place, and Laffont filled the bases by
taking one In the slats. Jackson
brought In the first two scores by a
drive to the left field, and advanced
Laffont to third base. It was evident
then that Switchman Waddell that
Is the role he plays when not pitch
ing ball was all In and the clarion
voice of Martin Ryan was heard
above the din raised by the Socorro
fans, shouting to Tony Ortli. "Take
him out." Tony wouldn't do It, so
the fireworks continued. The next
center field, which was caught by
Waddell, and the second one was
thrown out by Allen himself.
After this inning, the best that So
corro could do was to get a runner
to first base.
The Geronlmo end of the game can
be told In a very few words. Hager
man had the Irish going from start
to finish. But three little blngles
were all that he allowed them. Two
came in the fourth inning and with
the help of a stolen base and a wild
pitch resulted In a run. The other
came in the eighth. This hit assist
ed hy an error, resulted in a run.
Players AB. It. H. PO. A. E.
Hilton, cf 5 0 1 0 0 0
Zengerle, 2 b 5 0 2 2 3 I
Hagerman, p 5 1 1 2 6 1
aca. lb 5 1 1 16 2 0
Laffont. ss 4 1 2 1 1 1
Jackson, rf 5 1 1 0 0 1
Torres. 3b 4 1 1 0 0 0
Zlmmerly, If 4 1 3 0 0 0
Cook, c 4 1 1 8 2 0
41 7 13 27 14 4
Allen, cf-p. .
Edwards, c. .
Ortiz, lb. . . .
Helweg, ss. . .
AB. It. H. PO. A.
4 1 0 0 3 0
4 0 0 1 3 0
4 0 0 6 ' 2 0
0 0 3 5 0
4 1 1 16 0 2
3 0 1 0 2 1
3 0 0 0 0 0
3 0 1 0 0 0
3 0 0 1 1 0
32 2 3 27 16 3
Socorro 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 07
Geronlmos ...00010001 0 0
Summary: Two base hit Helweg".
o, bL"Ch"d ba Laffont. struck
Tny HaSerman 7: by Waddell 4;
by Allen 2. Wild pitch Hagerman
Sacrifice hits Cook. Stolen bas,
"lingular an tlio Sun."
Is an expression as old ns the race.
No doubt the rising and setting of
the sun is the most regular perform
ance In the universe, unless It Is
the action of the liver and bowels
when regulated with Pr. King's New
Life Pills. Guaranteed by all drug
Articles of the following corpora
tions were filed In the office of the
county recorder nt 1'heoenlx. Ariz.:
Feldspar Mining Co., capital stock,
$10. OHO, incorporators, Edward
Anderson. Ambrose Risdon; Los An-geles-Goldflcld
Mining Co., cnpital
stock. $1,000,000, incorporators A.
W. Wright. Lyman Farwell, Thorn
ton Alexander; Mexican I'nlted
Mining Co.. capital stock $2. 000. nun.
Incorporators, Weston C. Boyd, Wm.
11. Kinney, A. Jackson Wright; Au
gucate Gold Fields Co., capital stock
$1. 000,000. Incorporators J. C. Bar
rl. M. A. King. C. H. Hover; La Ks
tralla Mining and Milling Co., capit
al stock $3,500,000, incorporators,
J. K. Lee. G. A. Wnlte; New York
Nevada Gold Copper Mining Co.,
Capital stock $5,000,000, incorpora
tors, James Rice, Albert C. Grant.
Wm. B. McConnell.
"Everybody Should Know."
says G. G. Hays, a prominent busi
ness man of Bluff, Mo., that Buck
len's Arnica Salve is the quickest
and surest healing salve ever applied
to a sore, burn or wound, or to a
case of plies. I've used It and know
what I'm talking about" Guaranteed
by all druggists. 25c.
- There was an exodus yesterdavand
today of Catholic clergymen identi
fied with the archdiocese of Santa Fe
who have been attending the annual
retreat which was held last week at
St. Michael's College. Thjre were
about forty-five priests In attendance
from all parts of New Mexico. Few
If any changes have been made rela
tive to the pastorship of the different
parishes embraced in the archdiocese
of which Santa Fe is the see city.
The retreat which has Just come to
a close was, conducted bv Rev. Father
Francis E. Glgot. of llonwlddlc Sem
inary, at Yonkers, New York. He Is
still in the city and will remain until
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL FILLS
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and banUh itln oi meuima
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S. A. Wiseman has resigned from
the city council at Raton.
The Chaves county teachers' Insti
tute Is In session at Roswell with a
Burglars entered the Cash grocery
and the Jewett pool room at Uos
wHI this week and secured about
$10 and some cigars.
Orlle Collier, aged 3, was struck
by a St. L. R. M. P. train at Ra
ton Tuesday, but not badly nurt. He
was playing on the track.
J. C. Broughton. an engineer em
player at the Roosevelt dam, was
crushed to death Saturday. His body
was shipped to Alabama, his former
home, for burial.
Blsbee's assessment will stand this
year at about $.1.ini0.0oo. Bisliee is
growing in wealth and population nt
a pace that should bo entirely satis
factory to all.
Llm Good, a Chinese restaurateur
at Tucson. Ariz., killed his valuable
dog Thursday because the animil
snapped at a white man. Llrn sold
he wanted to be "good" to every
body. rules something unforseen oc
curs in the next month or two a race
will take place at the next territorial
f.iir In Arizona for the world's pac
ing championship between Dan Putch
and Audubon Boy.
Very quietly a special agent of the
department of agriculture has been
visiting the country alnut Tucon,
Ariz., and Investigating the poisoning
of horses and cattle In southern Ari
zona by the deadly loco wed.
The New Mexico Bar association
at Its meeting at Roswell Saturday
elected officers for the ensuing year
as follows: A. B. McMillen, of Albu
querque, president; Kenneth Scott,
city attorney of Roswell, secretary
New Arizona corporations: Mines
Managing company, capital stock
$300,000. Incorporators B. Lovell, T.
A. Thurston; Bradford Turpentine
company, capital stock $1,000,000,
Incorporators H. B. Shull, Arthur
Meyer, T. F. McGarry.
As the time approaches for the
opening to settlement of the 240,000
acres of land adjacent to Aztec and
ruimlngton, N. M., great Interest is
manifested by the people there and
many inquiries are coming from the
cutslde asking for particulars.
Jim Dewar, the alleg.;.! "bad roan"
who has be in terrorizing l.e Red
Carbonate camp, two miles from
Silver Bell. Ariz., for some time past
was taken Into Tucson by Deputy
Sheriff Tom Mills and placed In tha
The members of the Douglas, Ariz.,
Masonic lodge have arranged for a
banquet at their hall on Tuesday
evening next. . The banquet will be
given In the ne.v hail a: the corner
of Eighth street and G. avenue and
is tendered by the ladles of the East
ern Star. It will be attended by all
who are eligible it Masjnry ur the
Eastern Star and the occasion prom
ises to be an affair of much pleasure.
Word from Tucson says that Tues
day morning eight special officers
were sworn in and are on duty for
the Southern Pacific Railroad com
pany. They are, according to re
ports, special guards in the railroad
yards as a result of the strike.
The following have been appointed
notaries public by Governor Curry;
William C. Hawkins, of Montoya,
Quay county; R. B. Armstrong, of
Carlsbad. Eddy county; Ira L. Falr
less, of Tulros.i, Otero county; P.
E. Jordan, of Texlco, Roosevelt coun
ty; H. P. Roseberry, of Raton, Colfax
Although the cities of Tucson, BIs
bee and Tombstone have not replied
to Douglas' Invitation to participate
in a competitive fire drill at Doug
las, Ariz., on Labor Day, the Douglas
fire department will hold a competi
tion with at least the Copper (Jueen
A. K. A. fire corps.
An epidemic of typhoid fever or
other kindred disease, says the New
Mexican, may ensue unless the water
mains of .the Santa Fe Water and
Light company are flushed and
cleaned at once. Water users have
been making complaints for some
time of "augualotes" and frogs clog
ging the pipes.
R. L. Long, territorial superinten
dent of public Instruction in Arizona,
has compiled a number of Interest
ing statistics. The sonool "filiation
of Arizona Is 33,167, whlla the en
rollment In all of the schools' Is very
nearly 25,000. The orcer:tagc of en
rollment Is 76, while the daily attend
ance averages are 63 per cent.
Plans are now said to be in the of
fice of the resident englnec of ihe
Randolph lines for the erection of a
uepoc at niooe, Ariz., on
the Gila Valley, Globe & Northern.
All of the property needed for the
station and grounds has been se
cured. C. D. Reppy, right of way
man for the Southern Pacific, has
been In Globe for several weeks se
curing the necessary ground.
Governor Curry has appointed J.
E. Wharton of Otero county as a
member of the board of trustees of
the New Mexico Institute for the
Blind at Alamogordo for the term
beginning August 8, 1907. The vac
ancy was caused by the retirement of
f rank c. Holland who had been ap
pointed by ex-Governor Hagerman
to serve out an unexpired term of
a. j. iving, deceased.
Although a meeting of the terri
torial board of equalization will be
held Monday, September 9, only four
of the counties have as yet sent In
their assessment rolls for 1907 to the
office of Trrvellng Auditor Charles
v. SafTord. T4ie law requires that all
be there by the first Monday in Sep
tember. The counties that have sent
In their tax rolls to date are Grant,
Luna. Mora and Taos.
The New Mexico Normal school
opened for the fall term today with
an attendance which was the largest
In the history of the institution. Dur
ing the summer months a number
of Improvements have been made to
the buildings and grounds, including
the erection of a boys' dormitory
and the planting of many fruit and
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