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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1911.
Cfc JHHqacrque morning Journal (Official Xr.pap,- xi-w Mexico) PublUh I h) Hie JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. l A ' I'Hf.KSUN HI. A. K . ; ' N' il "H vsuv I H Ht'UUKTT .. . . l-r.alanl . . . HIUIIM gait, . . K.t.1.4 ! Ad rll.lnc y.naor Wxtm Rrp amaHta, f . J. AMil.KMIH, Marqaaxia UaUdla. t M (a. Fal . Hei.raalalla. kAI I'll M. Ml 1. 1. 11.4V. M l ark Maw, Srw tart. Entr4 a aan.n4-H.aa matter at lh. .fric at Alb.uiu.rqu N at, a4ar aol of (Vaa at aUrvk J. l:t. THR MORMMi JorRXAI. TH, .into Hrr-riii ir an rsirw rrwi Ultllll, M TONTV thr raivi- l i I'll ok tmk mil hi less run i 1. 1 Till TlWr AM INK MKTIIOIM OF lilt: I NM'tllUlAM FAKl 1 WHKN TUM AKK HII.IIT la ar etrralatlaa lata aav alfcar paper i aar natir. I n. ? paper la flaw aseii wn ararj ar la lb. yaar. TLHMH Or HI BM KII'TIUN. fallr. fcr all, aua umnia A by oarrlar, ah. ..nth loo Ualiy. "Tiia MaiHat Joaraal ha. a hlfha rJr- laitaa ratine Ikaa la ar ra)4 la aaf a.k papa, la MeuVa." lh Aawrl raa K.aauapM Dleta . Al hi Ul KKQl NRVT MKXICO IIM.I-IMi 1IAM. "1st m nil nlve a helping hand," n thf Tana Valley News," ami liooM toKether. Thla paper tells Hie aecret of iimKlnaj New Mexico the Kreutcat rlate, when It nays: 'From now on there will he a ureal Influs of nvw people from all over the country. CupKfl "HI f'"w Into, our ntute front all iuh rtei'H In uhjiIm lit hulldlhR ninny niil'i of new railroiiiln, which are l.adly needed all over Xrw Mexico. Money will he largely Invented Into extensive niln ln operatlonit, Ki'eat irrlRiitlnu works will ha coimtrni IihI, augur beet fae torlea will ih built, of which therm In not ino In the territory at present. Jjiml value will Inereiiao n never before, ni wl an dry furnm. Tln-rt' will be a reaching out for new eon. iueti in (.very direction. True, there wilt come Nnmu illMappnlntmentH, aome defeat. Ther w ill be vehement rontetta for leadiTihlp, there will he made mistake and Krlcvoua oncN, hut In tba aggregate, New Mexico, In Itreater, morn nroaperouN, better, thun It waa before, If for no other renaon than the territory Iiah come Into atntehond. "New Mexico la a great gtate, with wonderful undreamed of rcHtiuruca, anil our delightful rlltnatn, will bring n moNt mnrveloiiN change with the the next decade. Tana county with ll untold rich prmluctlvtmeHii, both above and below the aurfuce, will come In fur Ha uliare of prosperity. Let u all give a helping hand and boost together and help bring In new , capital iii neveiop our wonueriui ricn reaoun'ea and advertlHe to the outnlde Inquiring public." On the atatfhnnd veto, "J.lfe" aayN'. "Mournera for the Arizona anil New Mexico Ktutehnod bill, Vetoed by the president becaiirii) nf the provlHlon for recall of judgea, Ijavo doubt leas been connoted by the nuliHtitute bill which, at title) writing, Ih on Its way to the president. The law, and the Judiciary to which Its application Is entrusted, are check on the power of the atrong, di'vlmd for tin- protection of the wesk. Incidentally, they sec n check on the power of limliit Itli s. The Arizona constitution Nought to weak en Unit check. The pnvildcnt refused t approve, lie mid In his vein niesnacc: "A popular government In not n government of a mnjorlty, by n majority, lor a majority of the peo ple. It Is a government of the whole people, by a majority of the whole people tinder miilt rules nml checks its will secure a wide, Jind and benefl cletit government for nil the people,' In time a majority, If It continues to be a majority, enn have Its way even In the courts, for It can make new laws nnrl In due time elect new Judges, The chances of mischief by the delay Incldetil to those processes ate tint so greut as the chances of liilsrhlef Iroin pulling judge 111 the Immediate power of majorities. In the end, the courts, as much a the leg islatures, must represent public opin ion, lint It should be a public opinion that Is matured ami established." A nind-rn battleship, engaged at one nnd the Mice time In hurling projectile at aeroplane In the m-nlth, torpedoe downward at submarines, armor piercers nt enemies fore and aft and broadsides sideways ought to give a first cIiih Imitation of an enormous Catherine wheel "While others deliberate, Tucnm cnrl nits,, is the slogan, Invented by Kdltor Klinefelter of the obar I'm irress which has won tiie prize in a dogan c. intent In Tiicuuiciirl. It Is a first class motto and one that the progressive center of Quay county hai consistently billowed for years. There Is absolutely nothing that ran prevent the building of the north- st-M.utheast railroad via the New Mexico Central. And It ts well to re member that Colon.-I Hopewell Is still on the Job. 'iulte possibly Mr. I'.ryan feels com petent to relieve the democracy of the necessity of nominating conven tions In the coming presidential cum. I'ahjn. Orators i.t l'limnlx ndvornted Hie elimination of the recall. Another way of aaylng tin Is that they advo cnfil Statehood. r ii:at iki: hu m jim.ii:. The N.-w York TllllC! review of tonka I "111 Jil.lif: Ak a nation we love Hie vhi.rt nil, wh.tlwr it t-- llirMiith a park lawn, the i uMt'tiis .r i"ii k diagonal inr m n .mule faditions It is in t mrprisfiig, l i:h It i r,ticrj saddening, that the infection hasj riMihril literature. To lllimtr.it-. take' dozen volume if vi-riw, quite nt I ) random. fresh from tin- itiju-. out .f thw .! hnlf nt Lust will lK-.r,'-ll""'' " "it"' "I if" Itun-tin- trial ..f II... Khi.it rut. Tl.fl raw "-n-Manr. , uni. ri.tiimlU.-o. Pli..w m materml i tl...r-fr,...nt ..nnlthr- 'r"" ", ,.,rti,t,,.tlB in tht , , .1 .., .. I'l'i'tiriL.'. ati.l I want to nay throueh nt-xH to iM-autv. rli-vatlon of thnUKht, 1 ... , ,, , ,. j . von to the ri .iitl!raim of r.crnalillo 1 1 . i j ... r-,,.rr- ..... "".,(- tll..t 1 ll.-t l.r.Xllt. lld dill ii.ho that ra. lllty i )...t: .Morrow ui i ....... ,.a it. ......l.l.. .....fc! rn.ni.o wiui ioii... v.-.u worl.l," -hof rimr" with ,-ro liiK." "Kplthalaitila" !tli "funa." Anil thr complaint In Juatiflcl. Whether the reaaon he the "short-' Mo.nl. iiud iimv Mand w ith the r.'KUlar cut" mania or an utter lack of knowl- comtmtt.e, m w hich V. H. C.illena r.lge of the rule f 1'oo.y. or cIm lt i! chairman, iiml will Man.l hy nKiiln a-M.rnful llHreKarl of thce H'- r. Kular committee h. cause It r. p rl.. .!, f .. . t. .h,.l l.,.ii. rl1v..,.n,1l,,'",,, t '"'ln'a-i party of this rhwhin are hull la r.,1 most .ruellyl by writers of what they theiiisadves call "poems" In the books of vers that coine before the public from the presses of many of our pub Ushers. The Chliag.i Inti r-i can ndorses the position of the T in i. ft on this highly Important iiuestion as follows: Sin h rhyme as the Times cite are common, one adds to them "invite" with "late" which would be right In Cockney Kngllsh; "follow" with "mel low" and "fatal" with "mettle," nil of which one baa aeen In smile recent book of would-be verse. Continuing, th" Time says: 1 there a diabolical conspiracy for the malcducatloti of pet? 1 it the fault of the schools? We do not think so. The young poets, like the young shoestring fliianilet and the young reformer, ulid the young- yegmen, want (iilck results and take that short cut. "Kplthalamla" i a hard word to rhyme; "Canu" rounds a trifle like It and can be readily worked In. Conni on, Id's use It; what' the dif ference? And n for split Infinitive, only old fogle worry over such tlilngH, anyhow; the Idea 1 the thing. And there you nre. Like the Times, we do not think the school can be at fault, except In so far as the youth who are guilty of the offense quoted have most cer tainly never been taught to know the fori;! say the physique of poesy. And we stand willing to accept the short-cut craie a reason for tho evil, since we see no other reason that look probable, Hut, be tha reason what It may; there I a way by mean whereof the aln Itself, thn erlme against poetry, can he, If not uvoiocd, kept out of the sight of tho gooj reading pub lic lt Is this: Let publisher of book of verso demand of would-be poets, ere they put the, ware of wonld-bo poet info hook form, that their would-be poems lt (.UBt o,n,y h() foremost law of poesy, should not lack real rhyme nnd rhythm even if they're short on thought and fancy. Thin much can the publisher do for the public weal; thlH much the public has a right to ask. TIIK SANTA VK Til AIL THKX AM) NOW, Times chnnce und we ore changed In them. The Mornliu Journal today publishes a little letter from a man who traveled over the Hanta Fe Trail In the year lSSfi; offering congratula tion to a man who has Jut complet ed n trip over the trull In 1 1 1 1 - -1 r. Walter Williams, now giving the southwest splendid advertising In newspaper article describing trip. Tills letter from Mr. Cosine his ot M.igduietia only brings out tTic more impressively the great changes which have Ink. ii place in tho half century since the pioneers began to flock westward over the old ti'till and Un tight for stall-hood for n ureal south western empire was started. Un tile change from the prairie ni iioont r to tho automobile; from the painted Indians to homy handed farmers, from teepees to snug ranch houses, from red men' village to thriving American cities. Fifty years Is but m moment in tin- world' history; when one consider how the west has changed in that half hundred years, It gives food for thought as to what changes will take pliu'e In New Mex ico In the nexl fifty, yonr. Tho chief advertising value of these articles by lr. Williams will be in showing this profound change, the passing of the old west with Its Kliimnur of adventure nnd mystery and the rise of the new west with its homes for million Its prosperous In dustrie and Its suilllug farm. The Santa IV Trull Itself Is a mon ument to the hardy virtue of the men wip) first reclaimed the Kouth west from the wilds; the movement to mink the old route with endur ing monument of stone and bronze Is one thnt uppeal to the patriotism of every westerner and every eastern er, nnd the successful .' mil alhti be ing made to Improve tho Trail, to make It the official const to coast au tomobile route nnd perpetuate Its fame by making It still u great na tional highway Is r. mutter of eon graduation. All America Is Interested In pre serving Intact fur future generations the historic thoroughfare over which the course of empire . first took Its j westward way; the same course of . empire which lias now finally made I the 1'nlted state a complete uggre- Ration of commonwealth from ocean to ocean, The same progress which has eliminated the last territories from the fold of 1'ncle Sum will con tinue to march over the Santa, l-'e - : trull until the last of the atnte have I I'.erome the ni'ente'l of llioni all, 1 M.TMiiii Jotirii.il Is indebted tt;t r. ..'i!l put le-h.d .f the tor th. fin' new , otirt.v K!k" li'.nif in ltatli. to the .i tin- I; U"n lUporter. Public Forum wa , t ,ii,n-n Mit-timr. F.ditor Albuquerque Morning Journal. I -;i r Sir: Th.- Albuquerque Kvvn- In Herald, in its itwue of Monday Auunst 2. r'l, ri-imrtniK uip lr- paMMipatr in thr ih.H.hb am ,,. ,.,. ilS al.wlut.ly fali-e any Mali lu. iit to 11 n.ntrary. I am r Iritict chairman of my precinct. Atrix prci ilirt No. 21 an. I have always county and liciaiiM- II stands for good, hom st. Intelligent conduct of I our county at fairs. On August the day the rump me-ting v. :ts le-V, and about noon tiiie. .Mr. 1"! .. nk A. Hnbocll, with a C'i:cpHiii. II. tame to Me me ut III) ramh where I was dipping some sheep, am) tried to Induce nw. to at tend the mcctlmr, being very urgent and persistent In their efforts. I treated them very civilly, but told them that I was not In Miiipathy with their meeting and would not attend It or have anything; to do with it. Fi nally Mr. Hiibhell said for me to pay a man K'u to take my place at tiie dipping ii i 1 1 come to the meeting. I told him that 1 would not be In fluenced by u money consideration and would have nothing at all to do with hi, cause, lie then went uwtiy. 1 did not Hgn uny proxy or writing of any kind, though ho urged too to give him a proxy for tho meeting. If any proxy or rtlng wu presented nt that meeting purporting to bear my signature, it waa a forgery. I have always stood, and will continue to stand In my humble way for what I think is fur the best interest of my people and our party. Mr. Itubbell Is using desperate cfVortu and appear to be willing to ubo any means to get in control of our county affairs again, nnd 1 hope that the good people of th county will boc. that he Uoc not succeed. JOSK XAHKMJA V JAKAMIU.o. August, 31, lli. Nature A Sim Is Faked A llclllgcrent Fish. (Trinidad Chronicle New.) That ilsh have mean illsponlttons and will, If angered, attack liumnns, ha been establish.., not by natural ists, it by hr. K. J. Foreman of this city, the discovered of automobile tuberculosis, who lias returned from the Han I.til vnlley, where ho spent u couple of week angling and think ing n 1 1 yarns to tell hi friends when hu got back. lr. Foreman relate ni.ij of the lew casts oil record, where a flsii used its molar on tho dainty flesh of a feminine creature, or any human rrea'.iiro, us u matter of fuet. To make a long story short near Monte Vista, lliero I a stream that abounds in liitri, lt'wns In thin Htrcani thai Foreman caught, and lost his "biggest ones." Sitting on a bank one afternoon, Just ho wa about to re move I ho cork from the vessel that held th,. halt, the veterinarian observ ed a young woman bending over with some crumb In her liand for the purpose of inducing tho finny young things to eat out of her taporlng lunch-hooks, (ladzooks and likewise "Oddbodklns!" a great big fish Jump ed out "f tho water, bit tho wnmnn on tlitt 'linger un, chuckling to Its fishy aelf, swam uway to hide itself under a mossy log. The fish buried lis "tooliiifi" In the finger of that wo man ami drew blood. It was neces sary for the unfortunate woman to seek a physician, and have peroxide applied to the w mind. Wouldn't that make Munchausen turn hut in his grave and ej;n ul'ite, "I'm, doc! . ie niiolacr one on me!" Announces ( anillilacy. Albuquerque Morning Journal. In the abNcnco of any democratic paper in this county, kindly iinnouncc for ni,- that T am u candidate before tho democratic county convention for nomination to lb" position of county superintendent of public schools. I canu. to New Mexico In July, 1SS4, and much of the subsequent twenty seven years have been spent In this i-ouiity. All my life have I been n democrat, but never held office ex cept a poslmnstcr nt Mast Las Vegas, under Cleveland last term. 1 have had mote than twenty years of ex perience ns teacher and mannger of large schools olio employing' nix teen touchers -ntul am entitled to write niter my name A. 11., A. M., nn, Ii. ). At the present 1 am chairman of the school board of dis trict Ii. If tiomliiulcd I shall take an active part In the campaign by writing nnd speaking in behalf of myself and the other nominees. CKPIKii; T. ciori.p. - - BRIDE ARRIVES AFTER DEATH OF AFFIANCED ON DATE FOR WEDDING (Hperlal f-orreanenilenr la Morning Jonrasl) Carlsbad, N'. M Aug. 31. Tlio re mains of W, C. A lye, who died Satur- I day night, w ere sent this morning to i rtinet vilU), in where hi parent re side. Mr. Alyes waa a sanitary tnsper. tor, and has been superintending the dipping of cattle on the plain. He was brought in a week ago very ill with pneumonia, but In spite of the best medical care he passed away. Tiie cs.. Is pathetic as be was Just rompletitig his work and had made arrangement to be married on the day that he died. Ills affianced bride received word i f his Illness and en me here Immediately, but re.iched here an hour after bis death. The Masonic lodge at C:nvton, of which Mr. Alyea was a number, ook charge of the i f in ti ii Th CDiMTRACT LET FOR CABLEWAYS New York Concern to Furnish j l.lUIIHtlll I V I llWVJf Ala - vat ion VVoik Bed at Elephant Butte. (flpeetatt CaHaapwaOaf Uan . Jnan J Washington. I). C, Aug. 31. The secr. tarv of ii, interior baa let the tv . " ' luring company of New York for fur- j nishiiin three cablcways fi." ure in the 1 cons. ruction ( the F.ngl- dam at! Klephant Huttc N. M. Th? cabli - J wava will each l.e 1.41!" feet loiu- and will be electrically operated. F.acb cable is adapted t" operate 4 three yard grab bucket, or its equivalent, representing an average load of te 1 CI twelve tons :-iiid. or an averag.i loa, of rniicr.-te of eight ton. The bucket w ill be .. rcted w ith an c!e.' trical aerial dumping dowc" '1 he contrail price '-' $H.ltiO, and "h tlme limit for Installation ninety days. The reclamiliin service u!s -ports exceptional pi-'w-y oh all w.-rk nt Kb-phant Ituti . Mtiio delay.! have been experienced on account of heavy rains, but comid. r: M- progress inhde nevertheless. Cli" toiim'iulnns for Mie big power plant am being put In. work Is progressing favorably on all the other building under construc tion, while permanent road building I one ot the feadlng uctivitles. Sur vey are being made In the lllo Grande valley for the main .nrcils, and topographic work is now oein;j put on thene maps. The flood during the past few weeks have been observ ed with Interest III order tht Ml" main canal may be located where it i least liable to be damaged by mo eroding high waters. The first payment for witter under the I.CLhuuig project amounting to I9.127.S7, hu been received by ihe department on time. Thl covers wa ter used up to and Including Jim" 30, lull. Ten claim for InJurte received during July have been allowed only ot-e of the ten being connected v. it it ihe Itn- Urmide project. Thl was O 0 Orcin wl:u suffered a bi'ly crifbrd .'liiger J iTiiei 1. r.u.iu't roy, an engia-ee hi? bon n;.f.i i ud to tho reclum . lor. service and nslg.ied to the Hlo Grande project The First National bank of Albu querque, N. M.,' has been designated ns a depository for postal savings bank funds. Jose H, KHpinbsa has been appoint ed postmaster nt Ildefonzo, Santa Fe county, N, M., vice 1), Gonzales. Pensions have been granted New Mexicans as follows: Mrs. Getiovevn Marino of Santa Itita, N. M., 112 a month, from Jatiuary 4, 1910, and $2 a month from the same date for her minor child. Fublo LueerW, Cohmias, N. M., ln- ( reused to ? 20 A month, from July 29, 1H15. I'nulln lilbierrt. Cob nias, N. M In c. u.ned to $13 a month, from July 28, 1HI1. I'rtblo Solu'.o, Ledoux, N. M., In creased to $1;. a month, from July 11, 11)11. John A. O'liotirkn, Fast I,u Ve gas, N. XI., Inciri.aed to $15 u month, frot i J.ily It), t in I. RELEASED Chicago Woman Under Arrest in Silver City Receives Liber ty When Windy City Detec tive Fails to Appear, (.pedal IM.nntrh to tha Mnrnlnf Journal! Silver city, N. M.. Aug. 31. Mr. Juliette Smith Ullmore. balling from Chicago, arrested a few day ago on a telegram from that city, charging her with forgery and who put up u cash bond of $,1Utl, pending the arriv al of en Illinois officer with requisi tion papers, ha been released by Judge Newcomb, tho officer fulling to Chow tip. Mrs. Crllmore took tho train, saying sho was going to f 'hli'.mo. SIIOOTINU STAUS. (From the Washington S,tar.) Imponunori Ibs-ogiii,!. "! ou think thnt man fully tip. predate the importance or the office to which we have elected him?" Haiti 01. e con.,ti;r .-ut. "I pin., he d-H's" replied the other. "The first thing hi' did Was to say It j ought to command a larger snfkry." i l'oHi-r. water power 1 coming to play a great pint n the Industrie of this country." "Yes," replied Mr. Ira Grott, "cm pccially In Wall aired." The C..tii)s-iiMillon. In winter's cold and summer' heat The statesman worka both night nnd day, And all to hear the crowd repeat That grand but fickle word "Hooray!" A Devoted Constituent, "That member of congress says you have voted (nt him for the last fifteen years." "Thiit'i right," Cnrntosacl. "You must think "Well, I diinnn. year ago 1 had a rn-lied Farmer n lot of him.' You see, fifteen couple o' hos trades with him, n' lnce then I've iitua f.it ;Mf. r with him rpnndln no FORGER Hcniari'tiri'' Work. ' What i!" "U regard as the most r.-ii:i.rk.il''e work in the Kncliyh J.in- ;rtii r' "W. II.'" r.plixl Miys I'lirftm, ' ii.. most reioarkal'lc work in the KhKli.-Ji I l.lllUaKe i some Hn, tlial I kti o r'islini. n .r . ..I is llollll. the it." w a lolls. much aTike .Iks piirty . Wherever .ley is met. travelin' down de same lo pike. 1 u u 1 1 . II II. I or regret. We wants about de fame to eat; Ie fjine lie yongs we Kings. We has de same ole Joys compb tc An' fame ole foiTtiw Itigs. !' proud man ."its 'way up on Iil'h ' humbl,. man sits low ltiit over each d..r shlm-a de ky Flr ,.ai.t, ue fb.wera grow, Some men may reap where othirs plow, Rewards Is ne'er ex ict. lint tolas is l.iks, no mailer now liey tries to hide de fact. But Sh Got Her Way. The difference between a "henpeck" and a masterful husband Is that on .gives In at once, while the other doei It the ncit day. a aa gawsaj II I I.UI1- J1J ' - LEGAl. NOTICE Territory of New Mexico, office of 'the Secretary. I I'.ltTll'H ATK VV COMI'AUISOX I, Nuthan Jaffa, Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify that there was filed for record in till office at Fb-veii o'clock a. in., on the Twenty. ninth day of August, A. I). 1911; Articles of Incorporation of F. P. CANFIELD COMPANY, Number (ill 1 1 . nnd also, that I have compared the following copy of th" same, with the oiiginal thereof now on file, and de clare it to be a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole thereof. Given under my h;iml and the Great Soul of ihe Territory of New Mexico, at th city of Santa Fe, th" Capital, on this 29th day of August, A. I. 1911. NATHAN JAFFA. Secretary of New Mexico. AUTK LIX OF INCOUPOKATION. Ot F. P. CANFIKLI) COMPANY. We, tiie undersigned, citizens of the Vl'ltod States of America rnd of the. Territory of New Mexico, ' whose full name ar,. Fred P. Canfield. George V ltanlon and Kmmn I. Canfield, in order to form a corporation for the objects and purposes hereinafter set forth under and pursuant to the. laws of the Territory of New Mexico re lating to corporation atuT the Incor poration thereof, d certify a follows: Article I. The name of this corporation Is F. P. Canfield Company. Article II. . Tho location of it principal office In the Territory I at No.- , -. Street, In tin; City of Al buquerque, Territory of New Mexi co, and the name of the agent there in and In charge of said principal of fice, and upon whom prm-esB against thi corporation may be served, is Fred P. Canfield. Article III. The objects for witich. and for any of which, this corporation is formed, ure a follows: j (a) To carry on the business of manufacturing and selling, by wholc rnlo and retail lots, a certain patented frame for tent openings, to own, op- J crate und conduct r- general manu facturing establishment for the manu facture and construction of frames fir tent openings, to furnish any and! all kinds of frame for tent openings, In wholesale or retail lots, to any and j all persons; I (b) To own, sell,, exchange, lease, ticquire, and deal in lands, town lots,' and real estate of every kind and na lure whatsoever; j tc) to purchase, kuiihitiiic lor, or otherwise acquire, und to hold, the shares .stocks, or obligations of any company organized under the laws of this territory or of uny other stale or Urritory, or colony, of the l'nlt.'d State or uny foreign country, nitd to sell and exchange the same, or up-j on. distribution of the asset or Ul- i visions of profits, to distribute any j such shares, stocks, or obligations, or. the proceed thereof, -among the' Btockliolders of this eompuny; i (d) To Incur Indebtedness in Mich ' amount a may be deemed necessary! or proper, und to evidence such in- j ilt-btediiea by the bondt; or other writ - j en Indebtedness of this corporation,' and to sei.-uro the payment o-; such Indebtedness by mortgage, deed of trust, or oth.-r form of Incumbrance of nnd upon all, or any part, of the property, rights, privilege and fran chise of this corpora i Ion, whether ac quired nt the time of making such In-cumbrtiiu-e or thereafter to he a.-, quired: (e) To hold, own, and manage any lii'inufnrlurliift i'abllshment, for tho manufacture of frames for l -nt open ing1, nf airy name or description whatsoever, In it own name iiv through a trimteu appointed and des ignated lJ" this company for that pur poe; ,(f) To do any and rill thing neces sary for conducting nnd carrying on (he business of manufacturing fraiiu for tent op-.-nlnns. Article IV. The total authorized slock of this corporation la Fifty Thousand Indians, j ($60,000), divided iuto Pjfty Thou-' sand (uO.OOOl spares of the pur v il-I ue of On Dollar ($1.1)0) each. I Article V. ( The name of the Incorporators, thr- ' potoflice address of each, and th - ' number of shares subscribed for by .' each, aggregating Twenty-six Thou- and Dollars ($28,000), which I t!i - ! amount of capital stock with which the company will commence buatncis. ; sre as follows: Fred P. Canfield, Albuqueiqite, X. M., 1J.0OO share. Fnnm I. Canfield, Albuquerque, N. M., LoOO shares. George V. llanlon, Vountalnalr, N. M., 13,000 share. ' Article VI. Thn prrb-i.1 for the duration of thl Did You Ever j STOP TO THINK That the Excess Price J You pay lor a case of tasicrn beer aoes not represent any superiority of quality? It only represents the price vou pay for freight on the water it contains. We use chemically pure artesian water upon which there is no freight to pay- IV r PAY FREIGHT? Glorietta Beer can be had at the saving. j Phones 57-58. ! Southwestern Brewery & Ice Albuquerque, New Mexico LEGAL NOTICES company is Fifty (50) yvara from this date. Article II. Fred P. Cantield, GoorKc V. II ni ton and Kmma 1. Canfield arc here by named and appointed the direc tor cf this company, who lire to act as such for the first three (3) months alter tho filing of this certificate Of incorporation and until their succc.'i sois arc lioct.-d and qtiallied. The power to make, alter, revise, and amend the by-laws of this com pany shall be ve.sl. d :'o) iy In the sloe Uholdt.rs. The Incild of direc tors cf this company sHu.ll consist and 1-e composed of Three (3) directors, each ot whom must l.e a stockholder in the eompuny. In Witness Whereof, we, tile unilcr figned have her. unto set our hands and seals the 2Mb day of August, A. D. Nineteen iiuiuired Kleicll. F It K I P. C.WKIKLD. (Seal.) KM MA I. CA.VF1 KL1. (Seal.) UF.OKGK V. IIAXLO.V. (Seal.) Territory of New Mexico, Hernalillo County, sh. on this the 2:ith day of Angus!, A. 1). 1911, before me prrKiinally appear ed Fred 1". Canfield, Km ma I. Caniicld and George V. llanlon, to me known to be the p.isons described in and who executed the foregoing Instru ment and each for himsi'lf ncknovvi- dged that he executed the same us his voluntary act md deed. In Witness Whereof I have hercun unto set my hand and nffrxed notari al seal the. ilny mid yen- last above written. JOHN VF.N'A'.LK, Notary Public. (Notarial Seal. I My cimimlv.siou expire November If., 1911, ' ' FNiioKSKIi: Ne. (ill! I. ; ' Cor. Heed o(, ii, Pane 123. illiics of lnrot'Hr!itioii of F. P. CANIII.1.D COMPANY. Filed in ollice of Secretary or New ilexleo, Aug. 29, 1911: It a. m. NATHAN JAFFA, r-nctury. Compared C F. It. to J. o. Territory of New Mexico, County of liernallllo. Tills instrument was filed for rec ord on the 30th day ofAngust, 1911, at 10:10 o'clock a. m. Uncorded in Vol. Mlsc of rec ords of .said County, folio K2. A. 10. W'ALKKU, Recorder. Territory of New Mexico. 'Office of the Secretarv. CF.IUTI ICATi: OF t'OMPAItlSON. I, Nuthan Jaffa, .Secretary of )he Territory of New Mexico, do hereby c.-rtify that tin re was Hied for record In this office nt Kb ven o'clock- a. 111.. on the Tv. cnty-nlnth day of August. A. D. 1911; I KHTII-'ICATF OF NTOCkllOI.l). Fits' NON-LIAItll.lTY. of . . F. P. CANFIKLI) COMPANY, Number CU1-. nnd also, that 1 havi- compared following copy of the mme, Willi original I hereof now on file, and the the dc- dare It to he a correct transcript thcrefn m and of Ihe whole thereof. Given under my hand and Ihe Great Seal of thy T'-irilory of New Mexico. lit the city of Santa 1 . . Ihe Capital, j on hub -.'in u.iy 11 August. A. I), 1911. X ATI I A N JAFFA, .'vp t 'l.v of New Mexico. t FHTIFICATi: CP o LIABILITY. Fred P. Canfield. Kinmi 1. Can- ! Illl.ll.aaw unai I tqin aaiajaanaaa ni , ani aim jianl. .HA" ."l"""T I fT. JF f W1, ll'.3Jit 3 - : - .r T .-J -J lOChll. 1 yww jtfcT IT'- - ' - uaija ii- ( f. rtTnMfll y4 eOHTtT$ LjJi.t(,UtTltWj. I'i iv'i; tr The Y. & K. Card INDKX way in which to keep tab on MAIL LISTS. PltoKPECTK, you to jjut Informattun on any subject at a moment's no tice. Sizes to suit every business Call our representative and lie will be tiad to explain tho matter In detail. Lithgow Manfg. Stationery Co. Special'Representatives PHONE 924 m Co. LEGAL NOTICES Hold and George V. llanlon. inmr porutor of F. P. Caniicld Company, a corpor (lion, whose articles ,,t 1,,. cori ..rati- 11 are hi l ew ith filed, hereby declare there shall be no stockholders' liability on account of uny stock is sued by said F. P. Canfield Company, over and above the amount el tin actual subscription thereof, and that t ni sei ibcrs to stock in the said com pany shall l.o liable only for the par "value of sfocfc so subscribed. Hated I ois the 29th day f .Viiist, A .1). .Vmtccil Hundred Kl. v.n FltKI) P. CANF1KI.H. EMMA I. CANFIKLI). GF.olttlK -. IIAM.uX. Territory of New Mexico, Hernalillo Crunty. ss. On this 2Hth day of August, ,. 1). 1911. he fi re m(. personally appeared Fred p. Canfield, Kiinna I. Canfi.-lil and George V. llanlon. to 1110 known to be the persons described In ami who executed the foregoing Instru. nient, and each for himself acknovvi- dgeH that he executed tho same as his voluntary m.t and (Iced. In Witness Whereof I have hereun to set my hand and affixed i:iy notari al sei tho day and year list above w ritten. Ji iN VF.NAPLK. (Notarial Si a!.) Notary Public. My commission expires November 15. 191L Territory of New Mexico, County of llirnalillo. ss. This I.is'.rumeiit was Lied for rec ord on the 30th day of Ani;iu;t, 1911, at-10: 10 o'clock a'. 111. ltccol'dcd In Vol. "C." Misc. nf records -r ...aid county, folio XI. V. K. W.W.KKK, Kccovd.-r. Territory of N v.- Mexico, county of Uci'i-alillo, in tip! District intirt. Soiilhvvi M 1 a Itrowt ry & Ice Co plaintiff vs, Mabel C. Thurston, et al, dcf-nil-nnts. No. 8750. NGTK i; OF SUT. To Mabel C. Vlinrston. delendaut. You are hereby notified that tlio above entitled suit is now ponding In said court; tlio object of n.iiil suit Is to form lose a chuttle mortgage'given by you to plaintiff and duly recorded in Hook '(!,' C. M., pages 4.14-155, of the records of said county of I'ernal illo, and also to obtain a judgment authorizing the sale of three diamond rings given by you to pluinti'.f as ad ditional Mccurity to the said i-hottl" mortgage to secure tiie payment nf noto for $noo.OO, dated April 7, 191 1, and unless you enter your appearance in said cause on . or before the 9th day of October, 1911, Judgment by default will be enter"!! against '"ti nnd tin; plaintiff will be entitled n tho relief asked tor in its complaint. THUS. K, 1). MADHISON'. Clerk of said court. Aug. 18-2K. Sept. 1-S. 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