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V 0Í00ÍT0 VOL. 26 SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, APRIL48. 1908 NO.!?, ti ( ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. Officr or THR Skckktakv, Certifícate of Comparison. I, Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify that there wa tiled for record In thin office at nine o'clock a. m., on the fifteenth day of April, A. O. l'tos. Aktici.ks op Imcokporation of Thr Km. i. y Smki.tinq and Rkfising Company, (No. 5432); . Certified from the Territory of Arizona; and also, that I have compared the fol lowing copy of the same, with the original thereof now on tile, and de clare it to te a correct transcript there from and of the whole thereof. (liven under my hand and the Great Seal of the Territory of New Mexico, at the City of Santa Ke, the Capital, on this fifteenth day of April, A. U. 'AM. (Seal Nathan Jafi-a, Secretary of New Mexico. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA OFFICE OF THK TKKRITOHIA1. Al lUTOK, Unitkk Statks of Amkkica I TKKKITOHY OF ARIZONA, f I, John II. 1'age, Territorial Auditor of the Territory of Arizona, do hereby ceitify that the annexed is a true and complete trauxcrirpt of the Aktici.ks of Incorporation of Thr Kkli.v Smrltinc. and Refining Company which were tiled in this otlice on the ninth day of March, A. I). 1908, at three o'clock p. in., as provided by law. In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand and aftixed my olli cial seal at the city of 1'hocnix, the capital, this ninth day of March, A. I). 1 8. IsfalI (Signed) John II. Paok, Territorial Auditor of the 'lerritory of Arizona. ATictRS of Incorporation of Ti;k KF.I.W Smelting and Refining Company. Know all Men byThesk Presents: That we, Ueortfe A. Ferris, James A. Nolan, Jr., and Frank H. Leitheiser. tl.e undersigned, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of tirming a corporation under the Laws of the Territory of Arizona, and for that purpose do adopt the following charter: First: The name of the corporation shall Ik: 'Ihk Kelly Smelting and Refining Company. Second: The names and addresses of the incorporators are as lollows: George A. Ferris, New York City. James A. Nolan, Jr., Brooklyn, N.Y. Frank H, Leitheiser, New Bruns wick, N. J. Third: This company shall keep a local ollice at Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, and may keep other principal ofiicea and places of business in the City of New York and State of New York, at which place or places all incorporators', directors', and stock holders' meetings may be held and all corporate business may be transacted. The corporation may also have such other branch or local office or ofiicea and agent or agents in charge thereof within the Territory of New Mexico and within such other states and terri tories as may be established and desig nated from time to time by the Board ol Directors. Fourth: The general nature of the business proposed to be transacted by this corporatioi and in which it shall engage is as follows, to-wit: (a) To make contracts; to purchase, lease, bond, locate or otherwise ac quire, own, exchange, sell or otherwise dispose of, pledge, mortgage, hypoth ecate and deal in real estate and any and all kinds of personal property, mines, mining claims, oil lands, min eral lands, oil, gas, asphaltum, petro leum i asbestos, salt, water, and water rights and machinery, and to work, mine, explore, operate and develop the same; to do a general real estate, man ufacturing and mercantile business. (b) To purchase, acquire, owu, hold, sell, and mortgage letters patent and inventions in any wise covering any of the materials, machinery or con trivances used in the construction, op eration and repair of any of the prop erty of the corporation or otherwise, and to license the use of such patents. (c) To purchase, lease, erect and operate manufacturing, milling, smelt ing and refining works, and to smelt and refine therein gold, silver, copper zinc, lead and other valuable ores and metals; to buy and sell ores, metals and other furnace products; to refine bullion, manufacture lead, copper, zinc and iron products, and articles of mer chandise, and to do a general smelting, refining and metallurgical business and to do any and all other things, necessary, proper or requisite to Carry into effect the object aforesaid. (d) To build, construct, purchase or otherwise acquire, equip, maintain, sell, mortgage and transfer railroads, street railroads, tramways, turnpikes and canals, barge and steamboats and other appliance for the transpor tation of freight and passengers, whether operated by horse, electric, cable or other power, and to operate the same and to promote, facilitate and assist in the construction, build ing, extension, equipment and opera tion thereof, and to charge and collect tolls therefor, whether in the Territory of Arizona or elsewhere, except a the exercise of any of the said rights and powers under this subdivision may be explicitly prohibited or limited by law, (e) To build, construct, purchase or otherwise acquire, equip, operate, main tain, sell, mortgage, and transfer dis trict telegraphs and telephone lines, and to carry on the business appurte nant thereto. (f) To build, construct, purchase or otherwise acquire, equip, operate, maintain, sell, mortgage and transfer waterworks, reservoirs, pumping works and plant therefor, and to lay main and pipes and construct ditches, flume or other means of transporting water, and to furnish water for domestic, municipal, manufacturing and other purposes. (g) To build, construct, purchase or otherwise acquire, operate, maintain, sell, mortgage and transfer gas works, lay pipes and main and to furnish gas for municipal, domestic, manufactur ing and other purposes. (h) To buy, acquire, own, hold, sell, transfer, lease, encumber and improve town and city lots, water front prop erty and other lands. (i) To build, construct, purchase or otherwise acquire, operate, equip, maintain, sell, mortgage and transfer hot. N, inns, taverns, summer resorts, tUe.it res. opera houses ami other places of entertainment, and houses and buildings, and to rent the same for business or residence purposes. (jl lo build, construct, purchase or otherwise acquire, equip, operate, mam .un, sell, mortgage and transfer saw milis, sash and door factories, planing mills and all other mills for the manufacture of lumlier, and to handle and sell the products thereof. and to carry on a general logging bus iness and to do and perform all things relating thereto. ki lobuy, acquire, own, sell, mort- gaie and deal in any and all kinds of goods, wares and merchandise, r ma terial in any wise used in or appertain ing to any of the branches of the buni ness herein specified. (1) lo own, handle and control shares of capital stock, bonds, notes and other obligations of other corpor ations and to exercise in respect of all such shares of st.ick, bunds, notes and other securities and obligations, all the rights, powers and privileges of individual owners thereof, including the .right to vote any shares of the stock so held by it to the same extent that a natural person might or could do; also to acquire, own and dispose of the stock of this corporation; also to promote, facilitate and assist in the improvement and development of min ing properties and the formation of any company or companies, and to guarantee or otherwise secure the pay ment of any bonds of such Companies or interest thereon or the payment of dividends on the stock of any such cor porations by pledging or mortgaging the property of this corporation or any part thereof, or otherwise, (tn) To borrow money and to exe cute notes, boiidE, mortgages or deeds of trust to secure the same and in gen eral to do all acts and things necessary to the proper conduct of the business of this corporation in the territory of Arizona and elsewhere not inconsist ent with the laws of the United States aud the Territory of Arizona, and the several States and Territories in which this corporation may do business. Fifth: T. he authorized capital stock of this corporation shall be five million (5,000,000 dollars, divided into one million shares of the par value of five ($5-00) dollars each. All such stock shall be common stock. At least ten thousand shares shall be issued and paid for either in cash or in property at the option of the Board of Director within three mouths from the date of the tiling of this certificate of incor poration, and the balance of the cap ital stock shall be issued at such times aud in such amounts and for such con siderations, either in money, property, lalior or any other valuable right or thing which shall be authorized and directed by the board of directors aud in the absence of actual fraud in the transaction or transactions the judg ment of the board of directors as to the value of the monev, property, labor or other valuable right or thing for which stock is so issued shall be conclusive, and all of the capital so issued shall thereupon be and shall thereby become fully paid and non-assessable. Sixth: The business aud affair of this corporation shall be conducted and managed by a board of five directors and the following named persons shall constitute the board of directors for three months from the date of the filing of these articles of incorporation and until their successors are elected, to- wit: George A. Ferris, Frank H. Leithei ser, James A. Nolan, Jr., V. Philip Mravlag, Martin B. Ilofman. Thereafter the board of directors shall be elected from among the stock holders in the manner provided for in articles Seventh aud Eighth thereof; the oflicers of this corporation who halt serve for three months after the date of the tiling of these articles aud until their successors are elected by the board of directors shall be: George A. Ferris, President, James A. Nolan, Jr., Vice-President. Frank II. Leitheiser, Secretary aud Treasurer. Seventh: The annual meeting of stockholders for the election of direc tors shall be held on the first Monday in June iu each year, aud the oflicers for the ensuing year shall be elected at the first meeting of directors following such annual meeting. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date of the tiling of these articles of incorporation in the office of the Auditor ot the Territory of Ari zona, and the date of the termination thereof shall be twenty-five (3.S) years thereafter, but its charter right may be renewed (before its charter expires) from time to time for periods not ex ceeding twenty-five years at a time perpetually. Kighth: At all stockholder' meet ings each stockholder shall be entitled to one vote for each share of stock held by him or her and such stock hall be voted either in person or by written proxy duly signed by the per son issuing such proxy. Ninth: The highest amount of in debtedness or liability, direct or con tingent, to which this corporation shall at any time subject itself, shall be three 13,000,000) dollars, which amount does not exceed two-thirds of the total amount ot the authorized capital stock. Tenth: The private property of the stockholder of this corporation shall be and is hereby made forever exempt I from all liability for its debts and obli gations of any and every kind aud nature. ' Eleventh: The director of this cor poration shall have power to make by law to regulate the conduct of it bus iness; which by-law shall tc and remain effective only until the next meeting of stockholder of the corpor ation following the adoption thereof by the director, and at. uch next meeting of the stockholder any or all of such by-law so adopted by the di rector may be adopted, amended or repealed by the stockholders. In witness whereof we have here unto set our hand and seals this fifth day of March, IMiw. Gko. A. Ferris. i.i. Jamks A. Nolan, Jr., jt.s.j Frank It. Lkithkiskb, i.s. STATE OF NEW YORK County of New York J Before me, Joseph 8. Buhler, Notary Public in and for the County and State of New York and residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, duly ap peared on this fifth day of March, nine teen hundred and eight (ieoi ge A. Ferris. James A. Nolan, Jr., and Frank 11. Leitheisar to me known and known to me to be the persoils described in, whose names are subscribed to aud who executed the foregoing, instrument, and they sever ally, duly acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the pur pose anil considerations therein ex pressed. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my h;lnd aud sílixed my official seal of ollice iu the said State of New York and !oitiity of New York on this fifth day Í March, nineteen hundred and eight) (Notarial Seal) Jofftmt S. IU'MI.hk. My coutminsioil expires March .Ust, STATE OF NEW YORK 1 County of New York f I, Peter J. Dooling, Clerk of the County of New York, and also Clerk of the Supreme Court for the said county, the same being a court of rec ord, do hereby certify that Joseph S. Buhler, whose name is subscritied to the certiticat of the proof or acknowl edgement of the annexed instrument and thcrun written was, at the time of taking such proof or acknowledg ment, a notary public in aud lor the County of New York, dwelling in the said county, commissioned and sworn, and duly authorized to take the same. Ami further that I am well acquainted with the handwriting of such notary aud verity believe that the signature to the said certificate of proof or ac knowledgment is genuine. Iu testi mony whereof I have hereunto set my hand aud affixed the seal Of the said court and county the 5th day of March, 1908. PHTKH J. Dool.lNG, (Seal) Clerk. TERRITORY OF ARIZONA County of Maricopa. f I, C. F. Leonard, County Recorder in and for the county and territory afore said, hereby certify that I have com pared the foregoing copy with the original Articles of Incorporation of lhe Kelly Smelting and Kenning Company filed aud recorded in my office on the ninth day of March, lx8. and that the same is a full, true aud correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand aud seal of office, this 9th day of March, 1908. Seal , C. F. Leonard, County Recorder Filed in the office of the Territorial Auditor of the Territory of Arizona this 9th day of March, A. V. 1908, at 3 p. m., at request of Stoddard Incor porating Company, whose postofiice address is Phoenix, Arizona. j John II. Pack, Territorial Auditor, Made Compared B. P. to E. W. ENDORSED: Foreign No. 5432, Cor. Rec'd Vol. 5, Page 538. Certified Copy. Article of Incorporation of The Kelly Smelting and Refiuiug' Company. Filed in office of secretary of New Mexico, April 15, 1908, 9 a. m. . Nathan Jaffa, Secretary. Compared O. to M. CERTIFICATE. TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. Officr of thr Secretary. Certificate of Comparison. I, Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify that there was filed for record in this office at nine o'clock, a. in., on the fifteenth day of April, A. D. 1908, Ckrtificatr Designating Agent and Principal Place of Busi ness in New Mexico of Thr Kelly Smelting ano Refining Company. (No. 5433.) and also, that I have compared the fol lowing copy of the same, with the original thereof now on tile, aud .de clare it to be a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole thereof. Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the Territory of New Mexico, at the City of Santa Fe, the capital, on this 15th day of April, A. D. 1908. Nathan Jaffa, seal Secretary of New Mexico, : Ckrtificatr of Thr Kelly Smelting and Refin ing Company. The Keily Smelting and Refining Company, corporation organized and existing under and by virtue of the Laws of the Territory of Arizona, being desirous of obtaining authority to transact business in the Territory of New Mexico, does make and exe cute the following statement: First: The amount of it authoriz ed capital stoak is five million dollar ($5,0N,noo) divided into one million (1,000,000) shares of the par value of five dollars (f.S.oO) each. Second: The amount of said capi tal stock now issued is one hundred thousand seven hundred and sixty shares of the par value of five hundred and three thousand eight hundred dollars (VU.WX). Third: The character of the business which said corporation is to transact In the Territory of New Mexico, is to purchase, lease, bond, locate or oth erwise acquire, own, sell or otherwise disoe of, mortgage aud deal In all kinds of real estate and personal property including mines, mining claims, mineral rights aud franchises of all kiuiis and to work, mine and de velop the saui", to purchase, lease, erect and operate manufacturing, milling, smelting aud refining works, to buy, sell and deal in ores, metals and furnace producís of all kinds and generally to engage in and carry on any and all business and to do all acts and things provided for or contemplat ed in its articles of incorporation, not iucoimUtinit with the Laws of the Ter ritoryof New Mexico. Fourth: The principal office of said corporation iu the Territory of New Mexico is hereby established in the Terry Block on the west side of the public plaza, unnumbered, in the City of Socorro and County of Socorro, and the agent of said corporation, upon whom process against it may be served, is James G. Fitch, a person of full age actually resident in the Terri tory of New Mexico and whose place ot abode is in the City of hocorro and County of Socorro aforesaid. Iu witness whereof the Kelly Smelt ing and Refilling Company has caused its name to be signed by its President aud its corporate seal to tie hereunto affixed the 4tli day of April, A. D. 1908. Thk Kki.i.y Smhi.ting and Refining Company. (S.-al) By Gko. A. Ferris, T Attest President Frank II. Lkit.i kiskh. Secretary. Hate of New York City and County of New York. ( ' On this 4th day of April, A. I). 1908, before me app ured George A. Ferris and Frank II. Leiilu-Uer, to me known, who being by me duly sworn did say th.it the said George A. Ferris is the President and the said Frank II. LeitheUer is the secretary of the Kelly Smelting aud Refining Compa ny, a corporation organized under the law of the Territory of Arizona, aud that the seal atlixed to the atove in strument is the corporate seal of said corporation, and that said instrument was signed aud sealed in behalf of tuid toi'poraliou by authority of its tioard of directors and the said George A. Ferris aud Frank II. Leitheiser ac knowledged said instrument to be the free act and deed of said corporation. In witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and official seal the day and year last above written. (Seal) JoSKI'H S. BlIHLER, Notary Public, New York County. My commission expires March 31, 1"09. Endorsed. No. 5433 Foreign. Cor. Rec'd. Vol. 5 Page 538. Certificate of Issuance of Capital Stock and Appoint men t of Agent in New Mexico for The Kelly Smelting aud Refining Company. riled in otlice of Secretary of New Mexico, April 15, l'KW, 9 a. m. Nathan Jaffa, Secretary. Dknnis Buiii.kk, Counsellors at Law, 140 Nassau Street, New York. Compared O. to M. THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Huid a Short but Important Session on Monday of Last Week. At the regular quarterly session of the board of county commis sioners held in the court house in the city Monday April 6, 1908, there were present Chairman David Farr, Commissioners Alfred Armijo and Pedro S. Contreras, Interpreter Ii. S. Stapleton, and Clerk K. II. Sweet. The minutes of the last meet ing were read and approved. The report of Treasurer and Collector Jose IS. Torres for the last quarter received, found cor rect, and approved. Bills against the wild animal bounty fund were allowed at the rate of thirty cents on the dollar as follows: Wm. Philips $68 00.. $20 40 J. V. Medley 43 00.. 12 90 Franz Schmidt... f.0 00.. 18 00 lid. Jarainillo .... 67 00.. 20 10 J. V. Medley .... 40 00.. 12 00 Monica Anaya ... . 100.. " 30 Manuel Gonzales.. 100.. 30 F. G. liarHett.... 55 00.. 16 50 S. C. Abeyta 40 00.. 12 00 II. livans (.0 00.. 18 00 KedKiverCattleCo.lll 00.. 33 30 Juan Jose Baca... 53 00-. 15 90 VV. Ii. Burris 40 00.. 12 00 S.Newman 100.. 30 Faustin Gonzales. 100.. 30 K. G. Foster 3') 00.. 11 70 Win. Uabers 20 00.. 6 00 li. lieach 51 00.. 15 30 Wiu. Law 2 00.. 60 Vicente Contreras. f.0 00.. 18 00 Harry II. Lee .... 5 00.. 1 50 J. W. Medley 15 00.. 4 50 J. 1. Kelly 10 00.. 3 30 T. B. Satalhite... 41 00.. 12 00 S. Simmons 40 00 . 12 00 Juan Jose Baca . .. 41 00.. 12 30 J. R. Trujillo 98 00.. 29 40 Procopio Silva.. .. 100.. 30 Lon M. Allen 20 00.. f 00 J. W. Wood 62 00. . 18 60 Jacobo Giron 20 00.. 6 00 Anastacio A. Ortega22 00 . . 6 60 Andrea Balatti.. .. 19 00.. 5 70 Herman Contreras 5 00.. 1 50 The report of Sheriff Aniceto C. Abeytia for the quarter end ing1 March 31 waschecked, found correct, and approved. The clerk was instructed to as certain from the district attor ney from what fund payment for the surveying of school districts must be drawn, and whether he considers such surveying: neces sary. Reports of justices of the peace were received as follows: Juan Jose Griego of precinct number 5, Laopoldo Madrid 32, Matias M. Torres 12, John Dwyer 35, J. J. Hale 37, Felipe Peralta 36, Pedro Armijo 40, livaristo Abre go 43, J. W. Richardson 45, A. F,. (reen, Tomas Cuellar 14, I). A. Bechtol 20. Road Supervisors' reports were received from Avalino Carrillo of precinct 36 and Procopio Chavez of precinct 23. Rafael Mendoza was appointed justice of the peace of precinct number nine vice Marcos Jara millo, resigned. A petition of the citizens of La Joya having been received asking for a part of the territor ial funds appropriated for the improvement of the Rio Grande, the clerk was instructed to inves tigate the conditions at La Joya in company with the territorial engineer. A petition was received from citizens of Socorro county asking an appropriation for repairing the Blue Canon road. The clerk was instructed to go over the road with interested parties and ascertain what work is desired and get bids for the making of the necessary repars. The bond of Lorenzo P. Gar cia, constable of precinct number 12. was approved. K. Douglas Gordon was ap pointed justice of the peace of precinct number 41 vice Walter C. Bol lis, resigned. Bills were approved and order ed paid out of the general fund as follows: A. B. Baca, stamps $ 8 75 Aniceto C. Abevtia ..' 644 00 II. A. Wolford, salary.!.. 125 00 li. K. Hilton, medicine 2 25 Domingo Baca, salary... 100 00 City of Socorro, water - .. 75 00 Whitnev Co.. lamp globe 1 00 New Mexican Printing Co., tax rolls IS 2S Lorenzo Vigil, guard . . . 69 33 S. C. Abeyta, jailer 150 00 R. M. Zimmerly, guard.. 52 00 Pedro S. Contreras, salary 105 00 li. II. Sweet, salary etc.. 361 00 Jos. McQuillan, fees 3 50 Smith Premier Type Writ er Co., supplies 31 65 Dorsey Printing Co., sup plies 10 20 Socorro Telephone Co., phone rent 22 50 Jas. II. Wallace, consta ble's fees 16 50 W. A. Davis, medicine, 3 05 David Farr, salary and mileage 108 24 Alfredo Armijo, same.. .. 108 24 Dr. A. li. Besette, serv ices 71 00 Armstrong-G r a n d j e a n Mercantile Co., provis ions 19 90 S. G. Hanna, same 2 40 II. Bonem, same 9 75 Socorro County Publish ing Co., stationery and publishing proceedings 190 15 li. S. Stapleton, interpre ter 20 00 Jose IÍ. Torres, stamps 12 36 Matias M. Torres, justice of the peace's foes 2 25 John Dwyer, same 6 00 A. Ii. Green, same 33 30 Tomas Cuellar. same 4.50 Geo. W. King, surveying school districts 200 00 A. B. Baca, assessor's commission 65 45 Benj. Sanchez, same... 13 51 The bill of I). B. Sorrels and others for the arrest of Indians west of Magdalena was rejected on advice of the district attorney. Bills were ordered paid from the school fund as follows: Socorro County Publish ing Co., books, station ery, etc '.. . $ 52 50 D. A. Ortega, salary etc 253 55 Bills were ordered paid from the court house and jail repair fund as follows: G. E. Cook, fuel $ 44 39 Dionicio B. Baca, labor.. 100 00 S. C. Abeyta, labor 39 50 Rio Grande Supply Co., material 27 30 C. A. Baca, material 4 95 W. D. Crabtree, material and labor 10 70 A. C. Abeytia, supplies.. 44 60 Clayton Shipley, repairs on jail 35 00 Bills were ordered paid from the road fund as follows: Avelino Carrillo, pet. 36$ 20 00 Procopio Chavez, pet. 23.. 18 00 Indiana Road Grader Co., grader 215 00 The clerk was instructed to purchase 100 feet of fire hose for the city of Socorro, the same not to cost to exceed $100. Action on a petition of citizens in the western part of the county asking that the county take over the road known as the Stevens road was deferred until the next regular meeting. JUNIOR BLUES, 8; N. M. S. M., 4. An Entertaining O ara of Bail Last Sunday at th Fair Ground. There was an entertaining game of baseball at the fair grounds last Sunday, witnessed by uite a large attendance of fans who lacked nothing in enthusiasm. For the second time the School of Mines team was defeated by the Junior Blues, but the defeated team showed con siderable improvement and they hope that with more practice to be able to hold their own against the Blues. The game was not at all a bal one. The score: 1234 5 6789 Blues 041100020 8 N. M. S. M. 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 4 How'i ThisP We olTer one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chknky & Co., Tolede, O. ' We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him per fectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills tor constipation. Easter Service at th Presbyterian Church. Our meditations will be direct ed to the eight conversations of Jesus Christ with one or more of his disciples after his resurection. First with Mary, then his "All hail" with other women. Third with two on road to limtnans. Twice in the upper room. At the sea shore with all, then with Peter, his "Lovest thou me" and last at Bethany before the as cension. Appropriate music has been prepared under direction of Prof. Richer. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school will re-open and all the older members at least should be in their places. B. C. Mkkkkk. Scottish Bit Hasona. Under the direction of C. T. Brown, Thirty-third Degree, Honorary Insector General, the Scottish Rite Masons of this vicin ity formally observed the Maundy Thursday feast of the Rose Croix degree Thursday-evening in the lodge rooms of Rio Grande Lodge No. 9. Those who assisted in the observance were C. T. Brown, Jas. G. Fitch, F. G. Bartlett. K. II. Sweet, Dr. C. G. Duncan, G. Ii. Cook, J. P. Chase, Leo Loew enstein, John Ii. Griffith, and Ii. A. Drake. Epiacopal Service. Reverend Doctor Cook of Al buquerque will conduct services at Kpiphany church next Tues day evening beginning at eight o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend. Attorney II. M. Dougherty went up to Albuquerque on pro sessional business Monday morn ing. Mrs. Dougherty and little daughter Ruth joined him Tues day morning.