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ALBllQUEKQUK CITTZEW. OKHTIKKJATK. Territory of Now Mexico. Office of, in Secretary. I. Nathan JaffA. Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify there was filed for record in thl office, at 2 o'clock p. m., on the 16t,i day or April, A. D. 1909. Articles of Incorporation of Truswc-ve Pat-Wage Manufacturing (Mmipany (No. i18.) an.l a!o, that I have compared the following copy of the flame with the original thereof now on file, and de iam it to be a correct transcript therefrom ami of the whole thereof.' In witness whereof, I have hereun to set my hand and affixed my offi cial neal this 16th day of April, A. D. .S,al NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary of New Mexico. Vrtitteale of Incorporation of TIU'SWJfVB PACKAGE MANUFAC- TIMIINO COMPANY. We. the undersigned. George L. Brooks, a resident of Albuquerque, count? of lternalillo, and territory of New Mexico, and Lewis C. Brooks Kdwin F. Hulbert. Paul Findlay, and Frederick H. Newman, residents of South iNorwalk. county of Fairileld, and state of 'onnectlcut, In order 'o form a corporation hereinafter stated under and pursuant tj the provisions of th' .ot of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, en titled "An Act to Regulate the Forma thin and Government of Corporations for Mining. Manufacturing, Industrial and i n)i r Pursuit." approved Marcij 1.1th. 19u:, do hereby certify us fol lows: 1. The nn p irate name is he Truswev Package Manufacturing Com puny. II. The registered office of the cor poration is No. 4'. West Copper Av( nui . in the city of Albuquerque, and territory of N' v Mexico; and George L. lirooks Is designated as the statu tory agent theieju in charge thereof and upon whom process against the corporation may ;e served. III. The obj i ts for which t.'ie cor poration is established are primarily: To manufactuie and deal In oyster boxes' oyster canioiw anil all other receptacles and devices made for carrying, transporting and preserving, by refrigeration or otherwise, .if o -sters. lish and si a food of every kind and description, ice cream and other food delicacies; ice cream carrier, lee errant cab' iris and bread, boxes; and also s' .epiii", boxes, cases and other i eci ich s and devices for pro serving. ii'igeralitig and carrying fruit, v jcetables and all other food products and thinges; and also com mercial and domestic refrigerators and coofing rooms and cabinets for all purposes, as the said corporation may deem advisable and profitable. As subsidiary to and In connection with the foregoing from time to timo the corporation may; Manufacture, purchase or otherwise acquire, goods, tvurrs, nierchaitdi.se and personal property of every class and description and hold, own, mort gage, sell or otherwise, dispose of, trade, deal in and deal with tho same. Acquire and undertake the good w ill, property, "rights, frarichlexoa, con tracts and assets of every manner and kind and the liabilities of any per son, tlrm, association or corporation, either wholly or In part, and pay for the same In cash, stock on bonds of the- corporation ,or otherwise. Knter into, make, perforin and carry out contracts of every kind and for any lawful purpose with any per son, firm, association or corporation. Issue bonds, debentures or obliga tions of the corporation tind at the option of the corporation, to secure the same iby mortgage, pledge, deed of trust or otherwise. To apply for, acquire, hold, use, sell, assign, lease, grant license In re spect of mortgage or otherwise dis pose of letters patent of the United States or any foreign country, patent, patent rights, licenses and privileges, inventions, improvement and process es, trade-marks and trade names, re lating to or useful in connection with lll, im.lUWB .'I 111' V V J... uv.v ... . It, .1.1 mii-lIij nr .il Vieru'is. ...-'therein quire, sell, assign, transfer, mortgage, pledge or otherwise dispose of shares ot the capital stock and bond, deben tures or other evidences of indebted ness created by other corporation or corporations, and while the holder thereof, exercise al the rights and privileges of ownership. Including the t ight to vote thereon. Purchase, hold and re-lssur tie shares of Its capital .stock, its bonds j ot other securities. I Hemunerate any person or corpora- j tiin for services rendered or to be -rendered, in placing or assisting to place or guaranteeing the placing or underwriting of any of the shares oi .stock of the corporation, or any deb enture:', bonds or other securities of the corporation, or in or about the f. rmution or promotion of the cor poration, or in the conduct of its bus iness. With a view to the work or devel opment of the properties of the cor poration, and to effectuate, directly or indirectly, its object and purposes, ot any of them, the corporation may, in the discretion of the directors" front time to time carry on any other law ful cuisine, manufacturing or other wise, to any extent wnd in any man ner not unlawfur The corporation may conduct busi ness in the Territory of" New Mexico and ciesewhere, including any of the stales, territories, colonies or depend encies of the United States, the DIs trict of Columbia, and any and all foreign counlrh, have one or more offices therein, and therin to hold, pun base, mortgage and convey real and personal property except as and Win n forbidden by local laws. And the-said corporation hereby nesmnatrs the city of South Norwalk. in the state of Connecticut, as one of the places where it will maintain an office under the next preceeding par agraph for the prosecution of it: business, reserving the right to desig nate from time to time other places for the maintenance of such offlc a- it may see fit and proper. To the? same extent as natural per soi.s might or could d . to purchase or otherwise acquire, to hold. own. maintain, work. dev. lop. sell, convey, mortgage or otherwise dispose of, without limit as to amount, within or without the Territory of New Mexio. and In any part of the world, real estate and real property, and any In terest and rights therein. The foregoing clauses shall be con strued both as objects and powers but no recitation, expression or declara tion of specific or special powers -t purposes herein enumerated shall be deemed to be exclusive; but It is here by expressly declared that all other lawful powers not Inconsistent there with are hereby included. IV. The corportion is authorised to issue capital stock to tha extent ot fifty thousand (50.000) dollars, divid ed into fifty thousand (50.000) shares of tho par value of one (1.00) dollar each. V. The capital stock with which the corporation will commence busi ness is subscribed by the Incorpor ators as follows: George I,. Brooks, 15,000 shares, $15,000; Lewis C. Urook. 14,99 shares, $14,998; Kdwin F. Hulbert, 10.000 shares $10,000; Paul Findlay, 1 share, $1.00; Frederick H. Newman, 1 share. $1.00; Total, 40.000 shares, $40,000. The postoffice address of each of the Incorporators Is as follows: George U Hrooks, No. 409 West Copper Ave., Albuquerque, N. M. Lewis C. Brooks, Hoyt's Theatre Bldg., Mouth Nor walk, Conn. Kdwin F. Hulbert. Hoyt's Theatre Itldg., South Norwalk, Conn. Paul Findlay, Hoyt's Theatre Bldg., South Norwalk, Conn. Frederick H. Newman, Hoyt's The atre Bldg., South S'orwalk, Conn. VI. The corporation shall keep ut its registered office la this territory the transfer books, In which th transfers of stock shall be registered and the stock book, which Ira 11 eoc tain the names and addresses of tin stockholders and the number ol shares held by them respectively, which shall at all times during the usual hours for business be open to th" inspection of a stock holder in person with respect to his interest as such stockholder, or for a purpose germanla to his statu us such, upon application In writing to the register ed agent of the corporation In charge of such ofllee and having th" custody of such books; but the registered aent may refuse permission to any stockholder to examine the same (ex cept a to the entries affecting the sh-ans owned by such stockholder). unless and until satisfied that such examination and the Information to be acquired thereby are for legitimate purpose and not for a purpose hos tile to the internets of the corporation or its individual stockholders and the determination of the registered agent shall tie final, conclusive and oinding upon all stockholders and all persons claiming under such stockholders. VII. In furtherance and not in limitation of the power conferred by statute, the Hoard of Directors are ex pressly a uthor ized : To hold their meetings, to have oiK-? o;' morc'jfflecs, and to keep the books of the corporation within or, except bs otherwise providi d by statute, without the Territory of New Mexico, at such places as may from time to time be designated by them. To determine from time tu time whether, and, If allowed, under what conditions and rguIntlons the Mr counts and .books of the corporation shall be open to the inspection of the stockholders, and1 the stockholders' rights in this respect are and Khali be r stricled or limited accordingly, and no stockohlder shall have any right to Inspect any account or book or document of the corporation except as conferred by statute or authorised by the Board of Directors or by a resolution of the stockholders. To make, alter, amend and rusc-ind lite by-laws of the corporation, to tlx, determine from time to time and vary the amount to be reserved as working capital, to determine the times for the declaration and payment and the amount of each dividend on stock, to dcieetnine and direct th" use and dis position of any surplus or net profits, and to authorize and cause to be ex ecuted mortgages and licnes upon the real and personal property of the cur- i poration. provided always that a nra IJorlty of the whole board concur Beautiful building lots in the Perea Addition only $10 down, balance $10 a month. Call at office now for plat and prices. Salesmen to show property. F. H. MITCHELL FELIPE GURULE Dm K. B. SELLERS Office: 204 Gold Ave. Telephone 899 Automobile No. 9 crs; and the number of directors of this company until otherwise provided by the by-laws shall be five. Subject to the foregoing provisions the by-laws may prescribe the num ber of directors to constitute a quo rum at their meetings, and such numb, r may be less than n majority of the whole number. The corporation reserves the right ' amend, altar, change', or repeal any provisions contained In this certificate in the manner now or hereafter pre scribed by statutes for the amend ment of the certificate of incorpora tion. The period of exirstenre of this cor poration is limited to fifty years. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands and seals this 31st day of March, A. D 1S0!. ( Sinned. I I. lllliKHv.S First Photograph of America's Biggest 20th Century Lynching Flashlight Picture. Showing; Four White Men Who Were Hungci in a Barn by a Mob at Ada, Oklahoma. nu( it iks i;ku3K 'Signed. l.KWIS ' (Signed.) KDWIN- F. lirLI KIlT ( Signed. ) PAIL FINDLAY (Signed.) FUKDF.I.IOK H x i:vma X (Seal ) (Si al l (Seal ) (Sea'. ) ( Sea 1 1 Pursuant to the affirmative vole o the holders of a majority of the stock issued and outstanding .it a stockholders meeting duly convene'.;, to sell, assign, transfer, or otherwise diSDose of the Liropertv. including the franchises of the corporation as an I entirety, provided always that a nia jjorlty of the whole hoard concur therein. To appoint additional officers of the corporation, including one or more vice presidents, one or more -as-ristant treasurer.", srid one or more assls.ant s e tetarie-s; and, to the ex tent presided in the by-laws, the per son si appointed shall have and may cx.ici.se all the powers of the presi dent, of tne treasurer and of the sec tary respectively, provided, however. that all vice presidents shall be chos en from the directors. By a resolution passed u a major ity vote ji the whole ooaru. linger suitable provisions of the by-laws to designate two or mole ot their num ber to constitute ati executive com mittee, which committee shall, for the time being us provided in said reso lution, or in tne by-laws. hae and exerc ise any and all the pew em of the Board of Din e toix. which may be lawfully del. g;.ted. in the manage ment of the business and affairs of Hie corporation, and shall have power to authorize tin seal ot lite corpora tion to be afii?J to all papiis which m i-- require il The Hoard of Directors and the executive committee shall, except as otherwise provided b law. haV' pow er to act ill the following manner, vi.; a resolution in writing. :gn d as af tirmatlvt !y approved by alt the mem bers of the Hoard of Directors or by all the in mbers of the i x cutie or other committee, and thereafter with original or with duplicated signatures inserted in the recorded minutes and properly dated, shall be deemed to be the action of such board of -uch com mittee, us the rani- may be. to the ex lent therein ixpiesned. with the same force and cfTe. t us if the sann hail been duly passed by the name vote at a regul-ar convened meeting. The directors or this i-orpmati m shall li.iv the power to make and alter it by-laws and such tiy-laws ha!l be In force and effect until re pealed or amended by the stock hold- Territory of New Mexico, County of Hernalillo. ss, on this 31st day of March, A. 1. I'.iimi, before me personally appeared (leorge 1.. Krookri, to me known to be tip person described in and who exe cuted the foregoing instrument and acknowledged that he executed the same -as his free uct and deed, Witness my hand and seal the day and year last above written. (Signed I It. M. MERKITT. (.Notarial' Seal) Notary I'ublic. State of t'oniiectlcut, County of Fairfield. ss. on lhi 7th day of April, A. i. 19ns, before mo personally uppeurcd Lewis C. Urooks. Kdwin F. Hulbert, Paul Findlay and Frederick H. New man, to me known to be the persons described in and who executed the foregoing Instrument and they ac knowledge d that they executed same as their free act and deed. Witness my hand and seal the and yenr last above written. (Signed) VM. F. TAMMANY. (Notarial Seal) Notary I'ublic. FA' I iOIISBD: Xo. 09 IS. Cor. Ilee'd. Vol. 5. I "age COT. Articles of Incor poration of Trusweve Package Manu facturing Company. Filed in office of Secretary of New M. xico, April IB. l09; p. m. XATHAX JAFFA, Secretary. Compared McX. to C. F. K. Territory of .New Mexico, County of Hernalillo. ss. This instrument was Med for old on the lDth day of April. at 1 :4j o'clock p. m. Recorded in Vol "It" Misc. of HcO ords of fiaid county, folio 464. A. K. VAIJKK, (Seal l Keeoroer. the day rec- (rjU'llKATK Mexico. Office o! Territory of Xew tile Secretary. I. Nathan Jaffa. Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify there was filed fftr record in this office, at 2 o'clock (p. ni., on thj U-t.t day of April. A. 1J. 1908, tcitihcair of N"ii-I.iablllty of Slock- lioldcrb of Ti'Usuetf rackatjv Muiitil'iiiiuring Company (Xo. i19. and al-o. that I have compared following cp of the same with origins I thereof now on tile, and dare it to be a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole thereof. In witness whereof. I have hereun to M-t mv hand and affixed my of fi ll ial nil this 1 tit li day of April. A U 1909. (Seal i XATHAX JAFFA. Secretary of -.New Mexico. the I he de- laVBalll,ll,MMaiMNaM,laHaHni,aallaiB'aaM l 1 IfflfJf Mil- Ar;:ie Kl: ixrfllLji 'Al C Z ' I r irJkiV- MI IX Kit. Al.LFN. HFUKRIX. The photograph shows the scene of the quadruple lynching in Oklahoma, the L. tturrell were taken out of the poorly defended Jail at Ada. at 3 o'clock In the morning near at nunii. and strung up. Miller, a desperado with 15 to lit) killings notched on WEST. other day. J. H. Miller, Jesse West. Jos. Allen and M. by a masked and silent mob, marched to an empty bar his gun, had been proved the murderer of former United States .-.,. ..e,,mi. mere was a lot or c viu"iici' to prove mat he had been put up to the crime by West and Allen, who had become rich as the proprietor, of a saloon dive on the border of the Indian lands. West and Allen's saloon whs the headquarters for cattle thieves, and Bobbitt o.,,e inein out oi uusincss anu into lexas. ii.nce, their motive. Hurrell, it was believed, was the go-bettve investigating the lynching, but It Is probable that nothing will be done. en. The authorities made show of Guthrie. Okia.. five years ago i spondent was on coming from the April 1!7. -Four or newspaper corre a K ick Island train Panhandle of Texas' when a short, well built man of dark complexion got aboard at Tex o!a. The new passenger said he was going to Pottawatomie county to spend Christmas with his family. He had Just bought three or four sec tions of cheap land on Willow creek, a tributary of th. Washita river. In the Texas Panhandle, and believed revolver, thut he was in a fair way to increase i Winchester, his fortune. This man was Jesse West, on of the four nu n lynched by a mob hI Ada for the murder of A. A. liob bitt. West sat and talked all night to his companion about early day ex- most lawless spot and the most dan gerous to human life, in the I'nlted States. West said he accumulated u small fortune In the snluon business i!t "The Corners." "I urn moving away." ho coutiuu- d. "to escape getting killed. When I was single, or before my children were large enough to interest me greatly, the dread of this kind of prey upon me. As my older, however. 1 fear welfai'c. I dured not night or day. without a usually . curried my kind of thing got on my nerves, so I made ud mv mind life did not family grew ed for their go unyw here, and This rves. so I to move. in tile V, can raise lug." AS the I have found n good place nhaudle country where 1 cuttle and do some farm- train rumbled over the periences. Me said that for a num- prairie that winter night. West did her of years lie had conducted a sa-lnot appear to be the desperate and loon at "The Coiners." or " Younger's I da ngeroiis man which his companion liend," on the South Canadian river, I in later days learned hirn to he. He at the extreme southeast comer of mudc pretty good case for himself, Potlawstomie county, which lor at) in telling of Ills experiences at "The h ast tw o decades probuhly was r he . Corners " West snld ther,. was Just one rule Ir his saloon nobody could shoot at the glassware behind the bur. as glussware was expensive and could not be easily replaced at "The Cor ners," which was remote from rail roads and towns. Anybody could shoot at the floor or the celling, and even at the walls, if willing to stand for the trouble he might stir up. The cardroom was separated from the barroom by a partition of hard ' sk scuntllngs, laid edgewise, to a thickness of ten or twelve inches. Lead bullets were used In those days and there was no likelihood of a bul let from a "forty-five" or a Winches ter penetrating the ouk partition at short ninge, and disturbing the "gents" engaged in the game of poker in the rext room. The bar was similarly protected on the Inside, and at intervals openings wen- cut through the bar from the top to the floor for use as port holes should the barkeeper be compelled to protect himself in a quarrel with an outlaw, an Indian or a drunken half- bleefl liegl'ii. The patrons of the place were mostly highwaymen, assassins, horse, thieves and murderers, who came there from Oklahoma, the Creek, the Seminole. the Choctaw and the Chickasaw nation to buy whiskey, gamble, and associate with disreputa ble women that traveled through the country In covered wagons. Not far away was the Benedictine monastery of Sacred Heart, but the outlaws re spected the fathers and gave them no trouble. West told of many bloody en counters in his saloon. The two weeks before and after Christmas was the time of most bloodshed and bat tle. West's barkeeper gold whiskey made on the spot, four or five Kl lons of alcohol being put into n bar rel of water and the whole strength em rl with tobacco, opiates and other vile drugs used In that kind of whis key. During the holiday period all drinks over the bar were free, but this brought big profit, us each man on riding away carried a gallon or two of tifty cent whiskey for which he had paid $4 or 15 a gallon. In witness w hen of. the s...,l in -porators of the ald liicoi pora'do have hereunto set their lnn,U i. -id seals on this the 31st day of M.m.,1. A. V. 1909. (Signed. ) L. KKxKS T H L'i iWKv: pack Am: mamfac TL'KINtJ COMPANY. t't-ttiUcate of no Movklsddcr. IJubilily This Is to certify that the under signed. Ovorge u Urooks. l wis C. Ilrookx. Kdwin F. Hulbert, .Paul Fin I lay and Fiederick H. Newman, who have this day tiled a certificate of in corporation thereby associating theni--i Ives into u corporation under and b virtue of the provision ot an act of the 1 gisljtive Assembly of the Terri tory ol New .Mexico, entllt.-d "An Act to liegulale the Formation and tSuv ernm nt ol Corporations for Mining, Manufacturing, industrial and other Pursuits." that the said incorporators foi and on behalf of themselves and of tin' said corporation do hereby de clare that there shall or no utock holders liability on account of any stock Issin d by the said corporation. -and do hereby declare that all stock holders of the said corporation shall In entitled to exemption from any stockholders liability on account of any stock that may 'be iwued tu tWem, under and by virtue of the provisions of Section Ji of the said act of tne legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico under which the su'd et rporution H organized. SKOlt.F. (.Signed, i LKWIS C. liltOOKS (Signed, i KDWIN F HI LHKUT (Signed.) P.U'L KIND LA Y (Signed. I KKF.DF.CICK II (Seal; ( Si al !) NF.WM VX (Seal i urd Territory of New Mexico. County of Hernalillo. as. On this 3lst day of March, A. D. 19U9. before in.- personally appeared ileorge I, It rook, to me known to be. the person described in and who exe cuted the foregoing instrument and acknowledged that he executed the foregoing instrument snd acknowl edged that he executed the saiu- as his free -act Mild lie' cl Witness my haul and mm! the day and year la-t a how written (Signedi K M. MKIUUTT (Notarial Seal i Not.tr y Puble Stale of Connecticut. County of Fairfield On thm 7th day of April. A. D 1909. before me personally appeared Lewis C. lirooks. Kdwin F. Huibe t, Paul Findlay and Frederick 11. New man, to me known to be the persons described in and who executed the foregoing instrument und they ac knowledged that they executed the same as their free act and dee i. Witness my hand arid .-ft,1 the clay and year last above written. (Signed) W.M. K. TAMMANY. (Notarial Seal) Notary Public. KXDOHSKD; No. 0919 Cor. Heed. Vol. 5, Page 607, Cert, of Stockhold er Non-Liability of Trusweve Pack age Manufacturing Company.. Filed In office of Secretary of New Mexico. April 16, 1909; p. in. NATHAN JAFFA. Secretary. Compared McN. to C. F. K. Territory of New Mexico. County of Hernalillo. ss. This instrument was tiled for re - .in the 19th day of April, 1909, iu' 1 :4.' o'clock p. in. j Iterorded in Vol " I oris ,f said county, i A. I (Seal I Misc. of IJeC- lio 46 WALKKli. Itrcurd BIG HATS MUST GO IN Women Ku II rug'iM k Say Widow DM Duinage tu Cause. Hie Merry Their Chicago. Aug. 27. Tin lea, na icm for the anti-big lint bill intro duced In the leglslatute by Repre sentative Oeorge C. Hilton, has come to light. The informant Is Mrs. Hilton her self, and moreover, she does not i.gree with her husband's views. "I was down at Springfield." she say, "while the Suffragist people were there. Many of them wore such Mg hats that it was impossible for the members of the legislature to get around. "I think that those big hats did mote damage to the cause of women suffrage than anything else that happened there. The poor legisla tors were always bumping their faces against big straw hats or scratching themselves on feathers or long hat pins." Legislator-, when interviewed, uc knowledgc r that the Information was correct. The position of the opposition Is thus stated by Mrs. Olive W. Stew art, president of the Illinois Wom an Suffrage association: "If the Illinois legislators would use some of their energy in serious ly considering woman suffrage or some of th' other important issues befor,. them, instead of thinking up such ridiculous measures as tins hat bill, they would ! Of greater service to their state.'' AV PREPARING FOR THE ELKS CONVENTION Hotel llullt on Wtw-cU W.M AtttMiuntMiale the Many Visitor. Help Los Angeles. April 2T.--A hotel on wheeln nearly four miles long, will be main! cined on the beach during the F.Iks' grand lodge convention herw next July It will be made up of 300 Pullman sleepers and will stand on Harrlman's Los Angeles P-aclr)'! true ks be tween the town of Ocean Park and Santa Monica caiunn. so the visitor can slumber within sight and sound of the- ocean bre.ekers. This grcal stretch of sleeping i iiambers will comprise the fine ste li.c) 'r.cins bringing Klk lodges from al! parts of the (iiited States, and is expected to make tile longiist line of palatial cars ever assembled for n Min.lrtr purpose. There will be f 'ortimoil.itions for 1 1.000 persons. Altl.(. SHKKP KIN'ti P.WxKs VW AY. iilohe. Aiiz.. April 7.- Kcls.ir T Smith. Ho largest inilvliln.il owner of Sheep in tills teriitory died al l."S Angeles Saturday. He possessed al the time' of his ile.cth more than -n. , 000 head of shee p, manv 'of w Inch I The world's greatest thinkers nesr-we-re brought to Kinsman to be ly all disagree with the church. You sheared each season. His specialo should know their beliefs. Tbres was raising high gr..d.- M. iino bucks. ! brief essays on on Jesus, one on toxraixixr. jk-sis. His Arizona home was but eight yea is alio he Ut Los Angeles, wlli'ie spent most of his time ."ears ff age and leave three children. al Siiigmait. built a home he lias since He W..S :.i e ei V ite all i the Origin of the (Voipels. snd on on Christianity wlil give you the net re sults of modern scholarship and In- p. ration. Pries 12c. Send dime and (tamp to The School of Truth, l-afay i ne, Iuj.