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ALBUQUERQCTE EVEOTNO CITIZEN.
rniD.r. reptembeti , im.
ASSAILANT OF A
Trinidad Judge Scores Grand
parents Who Refuse to
Trinidad, Colo., Spt. 6. Paul
Shmnhursr. thp former Salvation army
captain niul the allotted oonfasxed as
sailant f 13-yfar-old Alice Hnrn-.,
vtu released from custody because
of the refusal of the Krand parents of
the child. Mr. and Mrs. James Frls
bee. to prosecute him.
The action hroUEht forth a severe
rebuke from District Judjre Henry
Hunter, who recommended that an
Investigation be made to determine
whether the couole were fit custo
dians for the Rrirl. In concluding his
arraignment of the prosecuting wit
nesses. Judge Hunter said: "It Is an
outrage against Justice to liberate
this man. and persons who will allow
such a crime to go unpunished are
unworthy of citiienship."
In a formal statement to the court
the Frisbees gave three reasons for
not prosecuting iShoniburg. The
first was "that they felt a keen and
strong sympathy for the family of
the defendant." The second reason
was that thev wished "to give the
prisoner a chance to mend his ways,"
and the third was the reluctance they
felt In placing the child on the wit
ness stand and forcing her to relate
the tale f Shomtourg's alleged crime.
City officials who devoted much
time to capturing Shomburg are In
dignant over the action of the Fris
bees. Shomtmrg, It la said, met the
girl at Salvation army meetings, and
lured her to a rooming house, where
tie Is said to have forced her to spend
the night with him.
A party of officers and citizens
searched all night for the pair, and
"when thev were found the following
morning Shomliurg escaped ven
geance by getting out of town. He
went to Morley. where he was lo
cated a few days later by a letter
which he wrote to the girl's grand
mother. In which. It is said, he made
a full confession and implored her
aid in saving him from the hands
of the law. He has been held with
out bail since that time. The girl'?,
parents are dead.
MISS STAAB BRIDE
OF MAX KORDHAUS
Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 6. At 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon Miss
Bertha. Staab, daughter of A. Staab,
became the wife uf Max N'ordhaus,
of La Vegas, vice president and
general manager of the Charles II-
feld cnmp.my. The ceremony, which
was periorme,! m tne spacious
home, on t'pper 1'iltice avenue. w is
private, owing to the serious Illness
of the groom's mother, only the Im
mediate relatives of the contracting
partis being present. Chief Justice
William .1. Mills, of the supreme
court, officiated. LouN C. lifeld, of
Lrfis Vegas, acted as best man.
Lost evening a private reception
was held, after which Mr. and Mrs.
N'ordhaus left for a tour, which will
consume four or five months. Upon
their return they will be at home to
their friends in Ivis Vegas.
Among those present at the cere
mony were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ilfeld.
lr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith. Mr. ami
Mrs. Albert Stern. I.'is Vegas; Mr.
and Mrs. I. I,. Rich.irach, Mrs. L. W.
Ilfeld, lis Vegas; Mr. and Mrs. N'o.i
Ilfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Iternard Ilfeld,
Albuiiueiquo: Iiuis C. Ilfeld. Char
les Ufild. Arthur C. Ilfeld, I,.as Ve
gas; Julius Staab. Albiinueniue; Ir.
Arthur Staab. Xew York and Paul
DID YOU SEE II
SNOW THIS WEEK?
Two Young Men of Albuquerque Are
Mi iv it Kill. Iie-plto All I acts to
A temperature that gradually
climbed until it reached 83 degrees
on a recent afternoon, caused two
coatless collarle.-s men in an office
building to say unpleasant thinirs
about the weather. They were still
complaining when the big, black
Clouds came from the southwest and
a chilly breeze gamboled through the
open window, scattering the papers
around. Then the rain began to fall
"Look yonder!" shouted one of
the heat victims, pointing out the
window. "Do mine eyes deceive me
Doth my mind wander? Tell me, O.
fellow worker In technicalities, what
dost thou see?"
"I fear to speak." was the awed
reply. "Jf 'twere not for the Incon
gruity of the thing, I'd swear I saw
the gentle snowllakes falling."
" 'Tls indeed snow," said No. 1.
"A phenomenon; strange freak of
nature.' 'the other said. "Fortunately,
most fortunately. 1 repeat, me fur
great coat Is hanging behind yon
Then they telephoned a weather
expert but the unromantlc man of
science ridiculed them.
"Meterologlcal conditions," he said,
"are such that the formation of snow
In the clouds would have been Im
possible." Hut the amateur observers were
sure It snowed.
A Humane Apix'al.
A humane citizen of Richmond,
Ind.. Mr. V. D. Williams, 107 West
Main St.. says: "I appeal to all per
sons with weak lungs to take Dr.
King's New Discovery, the only rem
edy that helped me and fully comes
up to the proprietor's recommenda
Iton." It saves more lives than all
other throat and lung remedies put
together. Used as a cough and cold
cure the world over. Cures asthma,
bronchitis, croup, whooping cough,
quinsy, hoarseness and phthisic,
stops hemorrhages of the lungs and
builds them up. Guaranteed at all
dealers. 60c. ad $1.00. Trial bottle
FAIR TO BE A
Billy MarUn Tells of All the
Wonders to be Presented.
The following letter very clearly
expresses the enjoyment that is In
prospect for the people win attend
the Socorro county fair:
Hon. Elfego Haca,
Albuquerque, N. M
My Dear Sir and Friend:
The Socorro county fair, which will
take place on September 28. 29 and
30, will be one of the nicest events
ever pulled off in the southern por
tion of ihe territory. The semi-professional
baseOiall teams, the amateur
baseball teams, already entered from
Albuquerque and Kl l'aso, and towns
surrounding Socorro, will do some ot
the fastest ball playing ever wit
nessed. The cow pony races will be
of the best. The broncho riding con
test for the championship of south
ern anil southw ectern New Mexico,
will be participated In by a number of
the very best riders that ever mount
ed an unwilling horse. The shotgun
shoots will be pulled off by a number
of well known shotgun shots from
different portions of the territory.
Coeklng-mains, which is entirely a
new feature and a very attractive
one, gives promise of gathering a
number from El l'aso, Juarez, Can
tral City, Silver City, Mora and other
portions of New Mexico. Our mlner
ul and grain exhibits will be as ex
cellent as any ever exhibited at the
world's fair. The company of Jubilee
and plantation singers Is one of the
ibest ever secured for a similar occa
sion. The carnival, Including balloon
ascension .will be furnished by one
of the best companies on the road.
Two large dancing pavllllons will be
erected for the people desirous of en
joying the tripping of the light fan
tastic will give a chance to do bo.
to the strains of music furnished by
one of the most noted orchestras In
the territory. The bands for the fair
are the most popular in New Mexico,
and taking all in all. the entire fair
Is one that anyone having the inter
ests and the welfare of our county
at heart can Ill-afford to stay away
Your many friends here will be
more than glad to have you com
and will do what they can In the
way of helping you have a pleasant
time. lie sure to come and bring
Governor George Curry, the rough
rider governor, will be present at the
opening of the fair, and will remain
here during the three days' time, if
he can possibly do so, and we would
like to have everyone who has inter
ests in the county meet him.
Very truly yours,
W. E. MARTIN.
"IHE 1901 GIRL" AS SEEN
BY ARTIST CARL HUH
1 CAMI HW7tieUTM
The man who wrote "Dearie" de
clared "the world" Is growing colder
each day." but not bolder. If vou
don't believe It. sraze uoon the mod-j
- i ..... . . . . .. . , i" ii.i.
the 1907 girl, the queen of her sex,
the flower of the flock, and all that.
Isn't she the real chocolate creams?
Not a Uvdla languish, not an un
sophisticated Bertha M. Clay heroine,
who does unconventional things
trustingly because "he" tells her they
are right, but a delicate, high-minded,
high-bred damosel who knows
what's what and who's who, and
why, who enjoys a good book. Is ac
quainted with good pictures and can
warble a love song without fancying
that every young man who hears it
is In love with her.
She will never set the river on Are,
this 1907 girl, but oh, how Insidious
ly, she glides into the heart!
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We Take the Firsts!
Others Get the Flag !
New Mexico's Twenty-Seventh Annual
Territorial Fair Association
OCTOBER 7 to 12 INCLUSIVE
ALHUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO
$8,000 FOR TROTTERS, PACERS AND RUNNERS!
TROTTING and PACING PROGRAM!
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Pur.e No. 2-2:20 Trot, "Denver Post" Stake Race - - 1,000
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Purse No. 4 2:25 Pace . - - - 500
Purse No. 5 Free-For-All Pace ... 1,000
Purse No. 62:30 Trot . ... 500
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