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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY 3IORXIXG, MAY 1, 1903.
r 5 1 Livers Exchanged IF the active liver of the 1 cod-fish could be put into the place of the torpid liver of the consumptive it would probably do him a world ofjood. Next best thin $ is Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil. Almost as jood as a new liver. The great power of SCOTTS EMULSION as a flesh-producer proves that much of the activity of the ood's liver is contained in every spoonful. , AD Draciitte: 50c and $1.00. 0RGANIZA1I0N Of 1I1E SPECTACLF MEN Registered Opticians of Arizona Have - Affiliated With the American Asso ciation. . The registered opticians of Arizo na held a meeting yesterday at the of fice of Dr. K. Munson and organized a society affiliating themselves with the American Association of Opticians. Dr. William E. Huston, a norganizer of the American association waspres Dr. William E. Houston, an organizer A constitution and bylaws were adopted and the following named we're Elected officers of the Arizona Associa tion: Dr. E. Munson of Phoenix, pres ident; Harry Friedman of Phoenix, vice president; Ernest Trautman of Yuma, secretary; P. LaMont of Tem pe. treasurer. The following named are the regis tered opticians doing Business in Ari zona at this time, and their places of residence: Linn. C. B Prescott Munson, E Phoenix Melluish, Henry Tucson MacPherson, Ernest B Jerome McDougall, Jas Phoenix Pennington. C. E Prescott Riggs, C. H Tucson Schell, H. A Tucson Schell. Clara M Tucson Swikerath, L. M Phoenix Swlkerath, Henry W.. .. .Denver, Colo. Stone, C- W Thatcher Schaal, George F. Winslow Sheldon, Charles A Bisbee Trautman. Ernest Yuma Thomas, M. D Camp Verde Wrightsman. H. P Globe Walters. J. L. T Duncan Lam on t, F Tempe Dale. Robert -..Tucson A. H. Callison Phoenix Adams, Fred E Tucson Baker, Jesse . ... . 1023 S. Pasadena, Cal. . Beck, O. L Brown, Edward M Flagstaff Backstein, F Clifton Ballard. S., S Jerome Cohen, Haskell Tucson Uhadwick. Robt Bisbee Dunn, C P Clifton Darling. M. S Yuma Emmons. Wm. H Phoenix Erickson, Chas. T Douglas Erickson, G. J Douglas Friedman, Harry Phoenix Glaze, R. Flagstaff Green, A. S Denver Henkel. C. M Bisbee Hunsberger. G. X Bisbee Kline. J. W Octave Lorch, Karl Alfred Clifton CONVOCATION CLOSES DEIEGA1ES APPOINTED Interesting Sessions Held Here Yes terday Reception Extended by La dies of Church. The annual convocation of the Ari zona Episcopal district completed its work yesterday afternoon, after which the woman's auxiliary of the Trinity church was addressed by Rev. San ford of Kan Francisco and tea was served in the ;arish house in honor of the delegates and others. Consid erable interesting and important busi ness was transacted by the convoca tion Just concluded. The most important was the estab lishment of an archdeaconry in this district to meet or.ce a rear between the convocations. Rev. J.' W. Atwood is the archdeacon, having been ap- H. O. RAMSEY VETERINARY 8URGE0N. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Gentle horses and nice rigs for hire. Office and stable corner First ar enue and Jefferson St. Phone Black 55Z Phientx. Ariz. pointed last year. Later on when the membership of the church increases two archdeacsns wll! be named. The convocation also endorsed the move ment for the establishment and main tenance of the St. Luke's Home, a charitable institution, for the care of consumptives of the better class. It was recommended that congregations all over the territory make contribu tions toward its support. " Five delegates were named to go to the annual convention of the Pacific coast mission district in Portland. May i20. The following weer named from the clergy: Rev. S. H. Wood ford of Tucson; Rev. George Selby of Globe, and lay delegates are Judge Daniel E. Parks, John J. Hawkins of Prescott and Judge C. Krouse of Tuc son. Among the other members of the clergy presebt at the convocation here was Rev. Frederick T. Bennett of Prescott. The convocation was a not able gathering for the church and plans discussed looking toward the ac complishment of much good for the church organization. The visiting mem bers were extended a hospitable recep tion by the ladies of the Trinity church here. Our Remnant Sale Continues One More DayToday ANTI-SALOON MEETING AT UORRIS THEATER Wiley S. Phillips of Voice Addresed a Gathering. the California Representative A large audience of representative citizens, mostly men, gathered at the Dorris theater last evening to listen to Wiley S. Phiihps. After music by the band and a brief address in Span ish. Mr. Phillips, who Is editor of the "California Voice" was introduced and spoke on the anti-saloon issue. Mr. Phillips read the testimony of a num ber of mayors of cities ea.st and west, here prohibition has been tried. He said: "There is no argument to make in reply to the saloon man's con tention that grass will grow in the streets, if you vote out the saloon. That can be seen in Winters, Cal. I have a picture of grass growing in the streets there waist high in the street in front of the Jail." Testimony from Winters, Cal., Fort Scott. Kan.: Fulton. Mo.; Raleigh, X. C: Summer ville. Mass.: Brockton, Mass., was giv en. In each instance greater financial prosperity had followed and a decrease in taxes, along with better moral con ditions. According to the report of the comptroller of California the counties with prohibition have a lower tax rate than license counties. The tax rate of the city of Riverside, a city of 15.000 or 20,000, where there is a prohibition policy, has a tax rate 45 cents on a $100 lower than San Bernardino, a li cense city with eighteen saloons. Ac cording to the L". S. census bureau re port not a license city in California, with the single exception of Los An geles, has increased in wealth and pop ulation to exceed 23 per cent. On the other hand where the prohibition of the saloon has been the public policy for any- considerable time the wealth and population of every such city has Increased from 63 to 253 per cent. The speaker said: "Xot a single cent is paid by a saloonkeeper in this city for license. The saloon licenses are paid for by the man in front of the bar. He puts down his dollar, 3 or 4 cents of it goes towards the li cense and the balance for useless dope. Let him pay 3 or 4 cents for taxes anil put the rest of his dollar into some good investment. Isn't that a fair business proposition?" Mr. Phillips is a naturally easy speaker, indulged in no ranting but gave his audience facts. He will address a mass meeting at the city hall plaza tomorrow night on the subject: "Give the Boys a Chance." And there are just enough Remnants left to last throughout the day about 850, all told. Mce, clean, fresh looking natural Rem nants that are marked ridiculously low for quick selling. Remnants of Silks, Dress Goods, Table Linens, Wash Goods, Ribbons, Embroideries, White Goods, Domestics and Laces in various lengths and widths, and suitable for many purposes. There isn't a women in this here town who has not some sort of use for some of these Remnants. The opportunity to buy seasonable merchandise at August Prices is at hand now. .Make the best of it. COME AND SAVE! I Toi,et SoaPs Ft ,4rQd ToweIs 1-Thousands of cakes of Armour's VjLfe celebrated Toilet Soaps full 'size . y' Zfg ' iM fesCSW fJw 1 V IkStP cakes in various odors, such as Cold t ? s?r 7 jS? fjE-jf zjf $A 1 Urfv'j-?' ' iJ Cream. Bouquet, Glycerine and Oat vMf$$:?$ I f V 3 &N1 k fcKF ' " -Sr - 3 5c cake .sMimm ic THE PARIS MAY DAY. There Will B a Less Impressive La bor Day Demonstration Than Usual. Paris, April 30. Although the gen eral federation of labor summoned the socialist workmen arid trades union ists of a':! classes to ctiit work tomor row to jmrticipate in meetings and processions in favor of an eight hour day, the Mar day demonstration in Paris promises to be less impressive this year than usual. Troops will be stationed at the various rallying places of the workmen to prevent disorder. TAFT MEN WIN. Louisville, April 30. The republican state central committee this afternoon decided the first district controversy in favor of the Taft mn, upholding them at even- soint. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of the AMERICAN COPPER EXTRACTING AND REFINING COMPANY. KNOW ALL. MEN BT THESE PRESENTS: That we, whose hands are hereunto affixed, do hereby asso ciate ourselves together for the purpose I SLE OP SHEET MUSIC AND i FOLIOS t In order to reduce our stock of late and standard Sheet Music and Folios, we offer the following at cut prices, Friday and Saturday. May 1st and 2nd. To secure the sale prices it is necessary to bring this ad with you. No credit or mail orders at these prices: T" Marked price. Sale price. f All latest Popular Sheet Music 50 15d Older Copyrights 50 10d t Standard Sheet Music 40 to 75 St f Miscellaneous in stacks 25 t0 75 3 j- Merry Widow Dance Folio S1.00 35 X Merry Widow Song Folio ."" $1.00 35 Waltz Dream and Merry Widow (combined T folio) S1.00 50 X Star Dance Folio, contains $10.50 worth of : y ijl popular music 75 40 A T "Most Popular" Folios, for all Instruments 75 60 X J. I "EVERYTHING MUSICAL" 75 DOZEN OF UNBLEACHED TURKISH TOWELS, good heavy ones, soft and absorbent, actual size 22x43 inchfs. much better. than those usual- retailed at 25c, for a one day of forming a corporation under the laws of the territory of Arizona, and to that end make the following statemeni. FIRST: The names of the corpora tors are: Henry K. Hess, Richard Plechner and William Kromer and the name of the corporation shall be Amer ican Copper Extracting and Refining company. The principal place in which the. business of said corporation within the territory of Arizona is to be trans acted is Phoenix. Arizona, and the cor poration may have other offices, prin cipal or branch, either within or with out the territory of Arizona at which offices all meetings of Incorporators and stockholders and of the Board of Directors may be held. SECOND: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation is as follows, to-wlt: To carry on the business of smelting, reducing, extracting and refining ores and metals of all kinds and descrip tions, in all of Its branches. To carry on the business of mining in all of its branches. To construct, manufacture and sell machinery, tools, appliances and ap paratus for mining -in all of its branches, and for smelting, reducing, extracting and refining ores and met als of all kinds and descriptions, and to construct, install and operate plants for the like "purpose either for itself or for others, and to manufacture and sell all other articles of manufacture. To buy. construct, own and operate and to sell or otherwise dispose of rail roads, tramways, turnpikes and canals, leading from its principal wo.rks or place of business to any navigable stream, existing railroad, turnpike or public highway wherever and to the extent permitted by law, and to buy, consruct, own and operate and to sell or otherwise dispose of telephone and tel egraph lines, wherever and to the ex tent permitted by law. In aid of, or in connection with the foregoing, in the use, management, im provement, or disposition of its prop erty, and in addition to all other powers conferred by law, the corporation shall have also the following powers: To purchase, lease or otherwise ac quire, improve, develop, hire and use, and to let, sell or otherwise dispose of, real estate and all titles and interests in, or in respect to, real estate, water or water rights, either in the territory of Arizona or elsewhere. To construct, purchase, lease or oth erwise acquire, to hold, use, improve, maintain and to operate, and to let, sell and otherwise dispose of mines, fac tories, mills, works, structures and im provements. To make, purchase or otherwise ac quire, sell and dispose of and gener ally deal in and deal with personal property of all kinds and descriptions. To buy, lease or otherwise acquire the whole or any part of the business, good will, money and assets of any person, firm, association or corporatoin (foreign or domestic), engaged in a business of the same general character as that for which this corporation is organized: in whole or in part. To apply for. obtain, register, pur chase and otherwise acquire, givo li censes under, and dispose of inventions, patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade names, and secret or other processes, and all rights therein and thereunder. The corporation may do any of the things hereinbefore enumerated for it self, or for account of others, may make and perform contracts for doing any thereof; may borrow money and incur debts and issue corporate obliga tions therefor: may carry on any busi- ' hereunto set our hands and seals this , ness or operation deemed advanta- ! H!h "' February, 1S. - HENRY K. HESS, L. S. ' ! RICHARD PLECHNER, L. S. WILLIAM BROMER, L. S. State of Pennsylvania, County of Philadelphia, ss. i n this 14th day of March, in the 1 your Wis. before me. Thomas Bluett, a ! notary public in and for the state am: ! county aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and ' sworn, personally appeal eii Henry K. Hess, Richard Plechner and William ISronier, known to me to be the persons described in, whose nanus are subscribed to. and who executed the annexed instrument, and they acknowledgen to me that they executed the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my ofice. in the said state and county, the day and year last above written. T!IO.US BLl'ETT, (Seal) Notary Public. Commission expires at end of next session of Senate. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (NOTARY.) State of Pennsylvania, County of Philadelphia, ss. 1, Craig Biddle, prothonotary of the county 'of Philadelphia and cierK of the Courts of Common Pleas of said county which are Courts of Record having a common seal; being the officer author ized by the laws of the state of Penn sylvania to make the following certifi cate, do CERTIFY, That, Thomas Bluett, esquire, whose name is sub scribed to the certificate of the ac knowledgement of the annexed instru ment and theron written was at the time of such ucknowledgemnt a notary public for the commonwealth of Penn sylvania, residing in the county afore said, duly commissioned and qualified to .administer oaths and affirmations and to take acknowledgements and proofs of Deeds or Conveyances for lands, tenements and hereditaments to be recorded in saiil state of Pennsyl vania, and to all whose acts, as such, full faith and credit are and ought to be given as well in Courts of Judicature as elsewhere: and that I am well ac quainted with the handwriting of the sard notary public and verily believe his signature thereto is genuine, and I further certify that the said instrument is executed and acknowledged in con formity with the laws, of the state of Pennsylvania. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court, this 30th day of March in the year of our 'Lord one thousand nine hundred and eight (19"S). CRAIG BIDDLE, (Seal.) Prothocotary. Territory of Arizona. County of Maricopa, ss. I. C. F. Leonard, county recorder in anil for the county and territory afore said, hereby certify that I ha.vn com pared the foregoing copy with the orig inal Articles of Incorporation of Ajner icart Copper Extracting and Refining company filed and recortled in my of fice on the 6th day of April. 1908. and that the same is a fulJTtrue and cor rect copy of such original and of the whole thereof. , Witness my hfind and seal of office, this 22nd day of April, 1908. C. F. LEONARD. (Seal) County Recorder. geous, incmental or accessory to the exercise of any of said powers and ob- ! Jectsr and may exercise any or all of said powers, and may engage in any and all classes of business that a na- j tural person - might or could, in thei United States and in any part of the 1 world. ! The corporation may purchase, at ! quire, hold .and dispose of, the stock, ; bonds and other evidences of indebted- j ijbs'S of any corporation, domestic or foreign, and issue in exchange therefor its stock, bonds or other obligations. The foreg'iinqr expressed powers hen. j by conferred are in furtherance and not in limitation of the powers created by j statute, and the enumeration thereof j shall not be held to limit or restrict in J any manner the powers of the corpora- tion, and the corporation may do a!i things necessary to the proper conduct i of its business not . inconsistent w ith ', the laws of the I'nited States and the territory of Arizona. THIRD: The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be five million dollars ($5.1(00,000) di vided into five million shares of the par value of one dollar (Sl.oii) each. At such time as the Board of Directors may by resolution direct, said capital stock shall be paid into this corpora tion, either in cash or by the sale and transfer to it of real iir personal prop erty for the uses and purposes of said corporation, in payment for which shares of- the capital stock of said cor poration may be issued, and the capital j stock so issued shall thereupon and thereby become and be fully paid up I and non-assessable, and in the absence of actual fraud in the transaction the j judgment of the directors as to the val ue of the property purchased shall be conclusive. FOURTH: The time of the com mencement of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these Articles of Incorporation in the office of the county recorder, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter, with the privilege of renew al as provided by law. FIFTH; The affairs of this corpora tion shall be conducted by a board of not less than three nor more than seven directors and the following named shall constitute the Board of Directors until their successors are elected: Henry K. Hess, Kichard Plechner and William Bromer. Said directors may elect from among the stockholders other directors to serve with them for the same time, until the number of directors shall reach seven. Thereafter the Board of Directors shall he elected fnum among the stockholders on the first Monday in March of each year begin ning in the year 19"9. The officers of said corporation until their successors are elected shalj be: Henry K. Hess, president; William Bromer. vice presi dent; Richard Plechner, secretary and treasurer. SIXTH: The highest amount of in debtedness or liability, direct or con tingent, to which this corporation is at any time subject shall be two million six hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($2,650,000), which amount does not exceed two-thirds the amount of the capital stock. SEVENTH: The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have BENSON REFORM SCHOOL A COOPERATIVE CONCERN At Any Rate That is the Way the Boys Tr.ere Look at it. Under Sheriff C. B. Wood r 'turned yesterday morning from Benson where he took I'arrie Nob!e who hail been committed to the reform school. He found much more of an institution there than he had expected to see. There are fifty-three boys and two girls. The boys are all contented and seem to take an interest in the institution. Jim Mahoney makes them believe that they are all part ners with him in the enterprise and they work accordingly. He has no trouble with them and says that there is not fifty-thne better boys in the territory or anywhere else. Work is going to be resumed on the bis well this morning. There had heen an interruption on account of the delay in getting casing. Many of the hoys are saving money. Joe Jermane who went from this county has $(' in the bank and he is steadily adding to this sum. Joe was committed for running away from school and staying away. He is .now attending regularly and he agrees with the rest of the boys that Professor Lee is the best teacher in the United States. Or.esby. another Maricopa county boy. is also improving. He was sent down for stealing and for some time alter- his matriculation he robbed the inst.tution of whatever was profitable unci could be concealed. But he cotdd get itway with nothing and so at last beca ne discouraged and decided to lead an honest life. He has stolen noticing lately but the other day when Proft-ssiir Lee could not find his knife all eyes were turned toward Oneshy who it was feared had lapsed. He fi nally found it in the possession of an other boy who had borrowed it of the profe-tor and put it into his pocket where it was forgotten by both bor rower and lender. SICK HEADACHE Positively cnrrJ by these Little Pills. They also relieve Di tress from Dyspepsia. In digestion and Too Hearty Eating; A perfect rem edy tor Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste in the MouUl Coated Tongue, Pain In tie Side, I TORPID LIVER. Tnes regulate the lowefej. Purely Vegetable. ' SMALL PILL SMALL DOSS. SMALL PRICE. CI RE SICK HEADACHE. Genuine Musi Bear Fac-Simile Signature I Ir-5" It?' 'TIE i I CARTERS ; CTlTTlF I B3IVER !& i I Southern California Advertisements. 809 So. Hill St Los Angeles, Cal. 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