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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, . SUNDAY MORNING, "MAY, 2, 1909.
'4 .,;, 1 1 ; ; i ; ; i ; ; ; 1 1 H"H"M"H"M" .M-"H"M"1' IIH ,ii,i,iH,H4f I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 i A-1 HA 11 I'M I 1 H-H-H II 1 1 ! 1 I ! t"M"H"l"MH"M 1 1 il III H"t II M-M-H-'M Hill IAAAA H It II 1 1 1 Hi t 1 1 M"M-'I"M"H"M' IIIH W l"M HHf TEMPE h i in " i t'-r i-i-H-i-r'V'r'rri-HH--H-H-: i .H"1"H"M"H"1 !!: i.iMH"H"H4-H'M"H"H'ifr't"H1';"! i-tiia..M-Mw-iiii'iiii'i'H"i-"i'4":":"i"i"i mi ttiiM iH.R-H-ft 1 1 ixiiihaaaaaaa t ih-i ; tut ; m n 1 t 1 nwittM'tH J2? s-jj.,i,,H,,,,nM I Our Great Sale Continues Indefinitely Better take Advantange of it Lukin TEMPE W. J. Kingsbury, Pres. H. G. Corson, Cashier. - Farmers' and Merchanis' Bank Tempe, Arizona. If you want to lend or borrow money on real estate, see us. 'H"I'fr-H-fr-MH"H-H-H--H- ; . WARM WEATHER DEMANDS IT Good Ice Cream, made fresli every lay. LAIRD & DINES, DRUGGISTS. 2 ; Tempe. -HrHriAAA'-MAA I I I1 II I III -WlllAA-lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-4rH?. .n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LILY I Is prepared to meet the I perfectly samtary and whose purity is a known I I scientific certainty. For sale by all first class I I grocers.. """"pacific creamery company. - - , . Tempe, Arizona. I III I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I Itl I 1 1 H HAVE- TQR SALB 5, id; 20, 40, CO, 80 "and x IGO-acre.- tracts with. $ plenty of- Tempe water. i Apply? toi :. . 1 ANDREW NIELSEN' 2 Tempe. t t ti...T. ...!. T . ', . , ,., ,f..I. -i ;!,. -. ;.Mi.iM"Hi NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Up-to-date, in every pattern. Always gladr to show goods. ARIZONA MERCAN- TILE CO. 1 I ill! ! -H- W--X-W--H-fr-3- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 SEE US '. : For. Plastermg; Brick laying, Cement Walks, Concrete ' Work. Walls 1! tinted. Kalsomining a " specialty. ii Gregg, Britton . i n 1 1 1 mm mmTi i 1 1 1 : TRY THE, OLIVE ' For meals that are best ! : in every respect. -rH-SW-K":"!"! K"H"H"1 ll MUVliNLr MUTUKES X Opera House Saturday Evening. . . .;..;-;....;..t..;..;..;,...t..A.r;....;..;..j..;..;..;..;.. GO TO THE GREEN FRONT REAL ESTATE OFFICE For -10, 20, 20, 40, ' 60 and 80-acre or larger tracts of lanxl. Also city property of all kinds. A. B. TOMLINSON. Loans and Notary Tempe, Arizona. ' WATCHES! j WATCHES! Gents' Elgin or Waltham Watches $5.00. See is for " bargains.. FRANK LA MONT, Jeweler and Optometerist. Tempe, Ariz. WATCHES! WATCHES! atjnniiji iji iji Closing Out Cash Store 11 HUM I 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n MILK demands for a milk that is I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t Different Amounts 'of P MONEY TtfLOAN . " "Call and see me. . R. A. WINDES. ' Rcl Estate, Loan -and Insurano AqL : FINCH & CARR,. UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS. Tempe, Ariz. Phones: 131, Finch; 179. Carr. ;x , ixooa ice uream ana s ' Ice Cream Soda at t !7:, HARMER'S !? DRUG STORE . ;H-tvH-H"H"i i 11 Hllll-IAAAA- SUMMER IS HERE ; Try. One of Our Deli- : : cious Ice Cream Sodas :: Easterwood's Confectionery EDISON AND VICTOR : RECORDS FOR MAY : now on sa'e.- We carry a full line of records. Why be w ithout a Phonograph when . one dollar a week buys one? GOODWIN'S NOVELTY STORE II TRIAL BY JURY WAS DEMANDED In the Case of Jesus Bustamente, , Charged, With Assaulting, An Officer. . The .' trial of Jesus' Bustamente. charged with assaulting an officer, will come up for trial before a jury irvJus tice Carrs court next Thursday. ' At torney Goodwin, who represents the defendant, first asked for a change-of venue to Justice Standage's court -in Alma. The change was. not gnyited, however, but Justice Carr did grant the change to Justice Johnstone's court in Phoenix. This arrangement was not agreeable to the defendant and Ifclr. Goodwin and it was decided to demahd a jury trial and fight the case out Jn the home court. The case is not an important one; some time ago Constable Estrada ar rested the defendant and in the pro cedure, the Mexican, it Is understood threatened the officer. Just what other demonstration he made that might constitute an assault, will come out doubtless in the trial next Thurs day. THE AUCTION SALE ON NEXT THURSDAY A CONTINUATION OF THE FORM ER ONE. Many New Buildings Being Contem plated on the New Lots Be Now and Fall. The Arizona Auction md Development- company is doing considerable I more advertising of the continuation j of the auction sale of the Tempe Land J and Improvement company lots south of Sth street on Thursday of next .week. ' The sale will be similar In all re spects to the successful one of the 22nd. . Again twenty-five dollars In gold will be given during the progress of the sale. Reduced rates will be made on the M. & P. from Phoenix of a round trip rate of 45 cents. If there is sufficient demand for the property, every one of the 65 lots re maining unsold, will be disposed of at the sale. As before, coffee and sand wich will be served free. The terms an'd restrictions will be the same as at the previous sale and the terms are such as . should appeal to every one. . In this connection it is quite timely to speak of the many Improvements that are being contemplated In that section within the next six months by parties who made purchases at the forirter sale. A already mentioned, Theo. Dick inson plans to build a handsome home across from the Schmidt home. On the corner lots south of the high school facing eatit. Niels Peterson plans to build a beautiful home in the fall. Mr. Peterson has four lots there and on them will erect a structure oColonial style of architecture. He will prob ably use It as a town home. It will .be one of the finest homes In town when completed and will add mu.cn to the appearance of that section. On Forest street, B. H. Scudder pur chased two corner lots. In the early .fall , he. plans to build a home there. Just at present he has. not fully decid ed the style of the structure, but It will be something nice and a distinct addition, to the tract. ,The .next two lots were purchased by Frank LaMont. He too. plans to build a home there In the fall. Prof, F. C. Ayer. who also bought some property in the tract during the jWvh)U8 vfajn is also contemplating the construction of a home on his lots. Others are planning to build for rent ing purposes and the indications are that by next fall, the tract of land re cently opened up will be largely set tled. NO FREE EXAMINATION. Frank I-a.Mont, the local optician, at tended an Important meeting of the Territorial Aptica! association in Phoe nix on Friday. An important ruling of the association was that hereafter no examinations will be made free, as has been the usual custom heretofore. If an examination is made and as a result of it, a set of glasses Is pur chased, the examination charge may be allowed on the price of the equipment, otherwise a nominal sum will be charged for the examination. SOCIAL AFFAIR. The Knights of Pythias will hold an Ice cream social in their hall Tuesday evening of this week. To it the ladies V. .. i . , 1 . .1 v. .. v . i : i i and each knight is allowed to Invite on- not a member of the order. A large attendance and a pleasant even ing assured all who attend. NEWS NOTES. - Charles Thew returned from Globe where he has been for the past couple of months. Dick Holmes of Phoenix was a bust ness visitor here yesterday. 'The Maccabee dance Friday evening was well attended and the ladies of the lodge, under whose auppices the affair was given, realized a neat sum by their efrort. Clinton Campbell, the contractor, was here looking after business inter ests jesterday. The Tempe Hardware company yes terday reoeived a carload shipment of wagons, and buggies from Michigan. The Odd Fellows gave first degree work last evening. A. F. Liggett, the Gazette represent ative, who has been sick for the past 'two weeks, is able to be about again and will resume his work again to morrow. Edward Godfrey, who has been taking his place here, returned to Phoenix last evening. The IJurmister auto party left here yesterday morning . but suffered a flight disaster at Mesa. No further report was received from t the party during the day. Miss McLaughlin, who has been here for the pat week,, nursing a case of sickness, returned to Phoenix yester day. R. M. Roberts and H. Welse of Cin cinnati, Ohio, were here yesterday. The normal seniors enjoyed a. hay rack ride Friday evening. There -will be a Spanish supper at the basement of the Catholic church this evening commencing at five o'clock. how's This? We offer One Hundred Dollar RjwW! for any case of Catarrh that cannot ha cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We. - the undersigned. Tiava knnvn V J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be lieve him perfectly honorable In all busi ness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by bli lirm. WALuING. KINNAN MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O -Hall'B Catarrh Cure Is taken intern aJIv. acting directly upon the blood and mu. ous surfaces of the system. Testimo nials sent rree. rrtce 76c per bottle. Pold by all Druggists iaKe iiaua family nila for constipa tion, j CLOSE OF SCHOOLS IS DRAWING NEAR THE HIGH' SCHOOL' CLOSES ON MAY 13TH. The Date of the Closing of the Public School Not Definitely Decided U.oon Yet. The close of schools is drawing near at band as Is evidenced by the close attention to work that is being given by the students of the different schools and the preparations for the com mencement exercises that are already in progress. - The Union high school will be the first Tempe institution to close its doors for the summer vacation. This wil take place on the 13th of this month with appropriate exercises at the present quarters of the school in the Curry building on the afternoon of that date. Immediately following the exercises, a reception will be ten dered the students or the 8th grades of the various . schools in the Union district a id their parents by the fac ulty of the high school. It Is expected that a majority of the pupils of the 8th grades of these different schools will be high school students next Tall, and the plan is to have them attend the reception, together with their pa rents, in order that they will feel more at home when the school opens in the fall. The date of the closing of the public school has not yet been definitely de cided and will not )e until after the meeting of the board tomorrww even ing. Some time was lost during the winter and it may be necessary to make this up. ' It is probable though that the school will close about the middle of the present month. The 8th grade of the public school will not dis miss at the time the school closes, whatever that date max be; it will continue work for one month longer. In order to make up a little lost time and to better prepare the students for entrance into the high school' In the fall. RIVER LOW AGAIN. Suit river is gradually falling again and Is low enough here for crossing if some one will hunt up a good ford. It Is not known, though, whether the gates at Roosevelt are responsible for thin ewntiition or whether H i a.- part of the wirkofnatiirej until this is de termines, no eirort win prooaDiy De made to establish a ford. DO YOU WANT YOUR CHARACTER READ FREE? If so, eend a sample of your hand writing to The Arizona Republican on a postal card. Ask any question you like. You will receive a delineation of your character" free of charge. The Exalted Mystic Rabboni, the Psychic Palmist, has arranged with The Arizona' Republican to give read ings for its readers and subscribers. Your reading will be published in this paper from day to day. You can sign any name you wish. This hand writing feature is very interesting and amusing and . instructive. Send in ?,our P,UI card with your handwr.t ing at once. Address your card like this: xalted Mystic Rabboni, care of Arizona Republican. This feature will only last two weeks, ending May 11. Private read ings will not be given in this paper. The Exalted Mystic Rabboni has hie private office at No. 10 North Second avenue. Look in this paper for his adver tisement. Following are answers from the postal cards that were submitted to the Exalted Mystic Rabboni: NIGHT . TABLETS Be. careful, your wife will catch you in Seattle at the fair with Josephine. LOAD STONE The girl in Tucson is not overly in love with you. She is pulling your leg. Nuff said. BILLIE TRY You try to do too many things at one time. AVERY CORPSTIN Your are al ways a good friend to have. NOUMENA Your . impulses as a rule, .come from the heart. SCHOOL BOOKS You should not open your room mate's mail. He will soon find it out. ; CLAUDIS M. JONIUS You are quick tempered. STATION ARY The man in the front room in your house does not love you as he prefends. You had better stick to John. A SEEKER AFT.ER KNOWLEDGE There is no ill luck shown for you in the future. ROW BOAT You are too much of a dude. You put your salary on your back, and you borrow the rest of money to live on, from your friends. LOAFING JOE You will make a good change' soon. DARUD 34 You are are not a clean housekeeper. It is no wonder mat your nusDanu is always finding fault. RED ROSES You are frank and generous towards your own. NURAD 391 Stop taking arsnic for your complexion. You will become insane soon. SHIFTY SADIE You are very im patient for happiness. NO. VE. IN. GP. Your wife will never return to you because you de ceived her pertaining to the servant girl. JENNY F. B. You are brave and true. LOVELY WOMEN You lost a ring with E. S. four years ago. WONDERING You love outdoor sports. PIPE DREAM You are 79 years old, and still you want to marny again. ' '. C. A. 22 OCT. 1859 You will al ways have plenty. - " SELLS FLOTO CO. You "left a wife and four children behind in Ken tucky. You ought to go back. HOP LA You are an adopted child. Your folk live in Iowa. RED BOOK You must always think before you act. - - DOT You display talent faA f kgl. NOVELTY JACK Look 6W"for your boss knows at present that you are stealing from him. BERTHA You are good at merry makings. f - ,-,.! GO. GO. DE NUFF if 01 will find1 your eye-glasses in your sideboard. B. A. S. You are peqny wise and pound foolish. .."; LA. LA. PER. LU SAL The Spirit of your mother, Alma,' is always by your side. . " ; CESENARITA You should have been a trained nurse. SUPER. KER. NEW. VOUS They are going to remove those two large trees on Washington where you and Fred have Ione your spooning. The neighbors are kicking. TIDDLE DEE WINKS You have talent for invention. , . MA. BE. DAY You have no lung trouble. You booze too much. STEALTHY STEVE You Uwould make a good lawyer. HOLY GEE Quit . chewing snuff. It is disgusting, and you will be well again. N. A. S. B. You will be very for unate in money matters. ' '. '. LAM. P. B. U. You always hide your money under the carpet, but Thomas has found out- your hiding: place. HENRY WALKER Your financial conditions will be better soon. " " ; ' ICE SKATES You are ' always growling and nagging. You are never satisfied. .. . C. S. V. You are a noble person. MARZEL TOUGH You are a cruel wife beater. You should not strike your wife. She is a good true" woman.' MISS M. LOUIESE You have been imposed upon. BRIS. MER. MELA No, you will never have any success with your mine because the spirits will not al low you to have it. L. V. H. You are very good na tured. LA PALOMA You are quick to get angry. CINDERELLA You easily .change your mind.- LIZETTE You don't like to be told of your faults. r" GOLDFIELD Your most successful life is yet to come. CHARITY H. You should guard your health. , X. .RAY You get r very ..amjry ,if coYitrad'ictefi. ' ' " ' ' ' ' SALLY WHITFIELD You are very generous. REMENENT You are frank and straight forward. ELOISE BAA NE You are restless and fond of new changes. M. E. C. Your desire to travel is keen. HUNKADORA You always use great judgment. ' JAYHAWKER You are steadfast and loyal. H. C. THURSTON Your nature is ardently affectionate. TRAVELER You will have success in your next undertakings. L. L. You are fond of material comfort. IRISH MIKE You are not having much success at present. ANXIOUS NELL Cheer up for there Is prosperity for you. S. M. L- You should study more than you do. PASTIME You would have been a good musician. ANITA There is afine individuality shown. DAISY You are as a rule bright and lively. JENNIE WEBSTER You will be somewhat of a rover. No. 10 North Second Ave. is my office.. Exalted Mystic Rabboni. AN OLD TIMER You will, have success financially. BETH All your efforts will be re warded. I. M. WISE You ore going away from your present location. S. AZONIPSE You will know what enjoyment of life is very soon. X. BUSTER BROWN You are at times very jealous. MARY SMITH You must hot look toward the dark side of life. . , . OLDSMOBILE W. Yoa are. indeed exacting in your affairs. M. A. B. Your affections are very strong. A MARRIED MAN You ,axe, very impulsive. MISS LEE ERIN You are one-of those changeable people who ,do, nut know one day what yoii 'wish i Ihe next. j HELEN JONES-4-Your first' ImpresV sions are always the beat. , J.'T T. You are of a, happyi-go-lucky nature. F. R. A. Your capacity', for plan ning is very great, . ,ln D. Y. B. You can succeed In any thing you undertake. .. l,,u . .-, j BE GOOD You have much, perse verance. A LITTLE GIRL You must learn to apply yourself more. A MOTHER You will hold public positions in the future. " o NOTICE TO THE QUALIFIED VOT ERS OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX. Pursuant to law, and particularly resolution No. 348 of the Common Council of Phoenix, the following copy of a proposed ordinance granting a franchise to J. F. Powell and hia as signs to construct and operate a com pressed air and vacuum ventilating and cleaning system in said c4ty. Is hereby published in The Arizona Re publican, the same being a newspaper of general circulation published In said City, and the qualified voters of the City of Phoenix are hereby notified that the form of ordinance following, and none other, is the . ordinance and franchise to be submitted to the quali fied voters of the said City at the gen eral charter election to be held in said City May 4. 1909, that said qualified voters of said City may determine the question whether or not the Common Council of Phoenix shall grant such a franchise to said J. F. Powell and his assigns to construct and operate a compressed air and vacuum ventilat ing and cleaning system in said-City of Phoenix, under the provisions of the proposed ordinance "and franchise following. FRANK THOMAS, City Recorder of Phoenix. ' ORDINANCE NO. An Ordinance Granting to J. F. Powell a Franchise to Install and Operate a Compressed Air and Vacuum Ven tilating and Cleaning System in the Streets and Alleys of the City of . Phoenix., The Common Council of Phoenix do ordain as follows: Section 1. That J. F. Powell and his assigns are hereby granted the right of way through, under, in, and upon the streets, sidewalks, alleys and pub lic grounds of the City of Phoenix, Ariz., for the purpose therein and there on to lay, maintain, use and operate all the necessary pipes, pipe lines, valves, valve boxes or other suitable materi als or appliances to successfully in stall, operate, maintain and use a com pressed air and vacuum ventilating and cleaning system within the limits of the City of Phoenix; provided, that the laying and maintenance of said pipes, pipe lines and other materials or appliances shall be subject to the regulation of the Common Council of thexsaid City of Phoenix; and further provided that the said pipes, pipe lines and other materials or appliances shall be laid only in alleys except at cross ings or at such places where the con sumers to be served are so situated -that they can not be economically reached on alleys. Sec. 2. That at any time hereafter when business may justify it the said J. F. Powell or his assigns shall have the privilege under this ordinance of extending said compressed air and vacuum ventilating and cleaning sys tem in any direction throughout the City, or in any addition that may here after be made to or become a part of the corporate limits of the said City of Phoenix, and the privilege hereby granted to the said J. F. Powell or his assigns within said corporate limits Is hereby extended to and made to in clude said additions. Sec. 3. The rights and privileges hereby granted to the said J. F. Powell and his assigns shall vest In them Im mediately upon the passage of this or dinance, and shall continue for a period of twenty-five years from the date of its final passage; provided, however, that the said J. F. Powell or his as signs shall have commenced In a busi nesslike manner the work upon and the construction of the said compress ed air and vacuum ventilating and cleaning-'-system on - or -'before "nliiety days from the final passage of this ordinance, and shall have completed and In operation said compressed air and vacuum ventilating and cleaning system within the limits of the said City of Phoenix on or before one year from the final passage of this ordi nance; provided further that the said J. F. Powell or his assigns are not hin- j dered from so doing by means or and provided further that said Com mon Council may extend the said time of either commencement or completion of said system whenever in its discre tion it may deem advisable. Sec. 4. That the said J. F. Powell r his assigns, as one of the condi- shall pay into the treasury of the City of Phoenix, for the use and bonent of the said City, annually on the first Monday of January of each year one per cent of the gross earnings of the said compressed air and vacuum ven tilating and cleaning system for the year ending December thirty-first im mediately prior thereto, and that said payment shall be accompanied by a sworn statement made by the said J. F. Powell or his assigns showing the amount of said gross earnings of said system for such year, and said J. F. Powell or his assigns shall at all times permit said . City to examine his or their books for the purpose of verify ing any such statement of earnings. Failure to comply with all the condi tions herein required shall operate as a forfeiture of any and all privileges and franchises herein granted to said J. F. Powell and his assigns. Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication according to law. Passed by the Common Council of Phoenix this day of 1909. Mayor. . Attest: City Recorder. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United - States Land Office. Phoenix, Ari zona, April 20, 1909. A sufficient-contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Thomas J. Webb, contestant, against Homestead Entry No. 1009, Serial 02201, made September 14, 1909, for NH SE N4 SW. Township 1 N Range 1 E.. G. & S. R. B. and Meridian, by Phillip T. Walsh, contestee, in which it is al leged that said Phillip T. Walsh has abandoned said land for the 'ast six months and has never made his home thereon, nor has he made any improve ments on said land of any kind what ever; said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond, and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m., on May 28. 1909, before Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office, Phoe nix. Arizona. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed April 26, 1909, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this no tice cannot be made, it is hereby or dered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. CHARLES E. ARNOLD. Receiver. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of the MARICOPA MINES COMPANY. Know all men by these presents. That we. whose hands are hereunto affixed, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona and to that end make the following statement: First The name of the corporation shall be ."THE MARICOPA MINE9 COMPANY." Second iThe principal place in which the business of said corporation within the Territory of Arizona is to be transacted is Morristown, Maricopa County, Arizona, and the principal place of business of said corporation ouside the Territory of Arizona shall be the City - of Cleveland, in the State of Ohio, at which place the meet ings of stockholders and the board of directors may be held, and the corpo ration may have such such branch of fices either within or without the Ter ritory of Arizona as may be establish ed by the board of directors. Third The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporation Is as follows, to-wit: To purchase, lease, locate, bond or otherwise acquire, own, hold and oper ate copper, gold, silver or lead mines or mining claims or rights, and in con nection with the exploration, operation and development of such mines to do in general all things necessary to the proper conduct of the mining business in the Territory of Arizona and else where; to purchase, lease, locate, or otherwise acquire and own or sell any and all classes of mining property and I real estate of every other kind and de scription, including mines, mining claims, oil and gas lands, water and water rights, and te acquire, build, es tablish, maintain and operate all nec essary mining plants, reduction works and smelters, and to build all necessary lines of railway, and establish all such lines of transportation or communica tion as may be necessary or proper in carrying out its said business, not in consistent with the laws of the .United States 'and the Territory of Arizona. Fourth The authorized amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be One Hundred and Fifty Thou sand Dollars ($150,000) divided into Six Thousand (6000) Shares of the par value of Twenty-five Dollars (325.00) each. At such times as the board of directors may by resolution direct, said capital stock shall Je is sued by the corporation and paid for either in cash, at its par value,-or by the sale and transfer to it of airy real or personal property for the uses and purposes of the corporation, in pay ment for which, shares of the capital stock of said corporation may be is sued, and the capital stock so issued shall thereupon and thereby become and be fully paid up and non-assessa- -ble, and the judgment of .the directors as to the value of the property pur chased shall be conclusive. Fifth The time of the commence ment of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of a certified copy of these Arficles of Incorporation in the of fice of the territorial auditor, and the termination thereof shall be twenty five (25) years' thereafter;' provided however- that the life of this corpora tion may be extended for additional and indefinite periods of twenty-five (23) years each in perpetuity. Sixth The afairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a board of not less than five nor-more than fifteen directors, and the following named shall constitute the board of directors, until their successors are elected: A. J Rogers, Francis L. Judd. E. A. Rich ardson. George A. McGrath and L. F. McGrath. These directors and the officers of the company shall hold their office un til, the first -Monday in . June, A. D. 1909, or until their successors are elected and qualified; thereafter the board of directors shall be elected from among the stockholders on the first Monday in June of each year. The officers of said corporation un til their successors are elected by the next board of directors shall be A. J. Rogers, president; E. A. Richardson, vice president; L. F. McGrath, secre tary ; L. F. McGath, treasurer. Seventh The highest amount of in debtedness or liability, direct or con tingent, to which this corporation is at any time subject is twenty-five' thou sand dollars ($25,000), . which amount does not exceed twothirds of the amount of its capital stock. - Eighth The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall at all times be exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatsoever. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands this third day of February, A. D. 1909. A. J. ROGERS (SEAL) FRANCIS L. JUDD . (SEAL) L. F. McGRATH (SEAL) E. A. RICHARDSON (SEAL) The State of Ohio, County of Cuyahoga, ss. Before me, C. L. Jones, a Notary Public in and for the State and County aforesaid, on this day personally ap peared, Francis L. Judd, L. F. Mc Grath, A. J. Rogers and E. A.. Rich ardson, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the an nexed instrument, and acknowledge to me that they executed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of of fice this 3rd day of February, A. D. 1909. CLARENCE L. JONES (Notarial Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires' June 26. 1911. Territory of Arizona, County of Maricopa, ss. ' I. C. F. Leonard. County Recorder in and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original Articles of Incorporation of "The Maricopa Mines Company," filed and recorded in my office on the Sth day of February. 1909, and . that the same is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. . Witness my hand and seal of office, this 8th day of February, 1908 C. F. LEONARD. (SEAL) County Recorder. Filed in the office of the Territorial Auditor of the Territory of Arizona, this 18th day of February. A. D. 1909. at 10 A. M., at request of L. Fl Mc Grath whose postoffice address Is 1030 Williamson Building, Cleveland. Ohio. SIMS ELY. Territorial Auditor.