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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1911. '
SPORTS STANDING OF THE TEAMS .National League. Won. Lust. Pot. New Yolk 30 17 .63S Philadelphia 3(1 IS .625 OllcaKO 2K "IS .60 Pittsburg 25 22 .532 St. Louis . . . , 24 22 .522 i"lnclnnutl 22 2 .458 Prooklyn IS 30 .373 Boston 12 3(i .250 American League. Won. Lost. Pet. Detroit 37 14 .725 Philadelphia 2S 17 .622 I'hicuKO 22 20 .524 Huston 24 22 .51 1 New York 22 22 .500 Cleveland 20 29 .40S Washington 18 31 .3B7 St. Louis 16 32 .333 Western League. Won. Lost. Pet. Deliver 2 15 .659 Pueblo 25 18 .610 Lincoln 28 17 .605 Nloux City 24 20 .545 Omaha 23 22 .511 Kt. Joseph 23 24 .48!) Topcka 20 25 .444 Pes Moines 8 39 .170 Where They Play Today. . National League. Moston at Chicago. Mrooklyn at Pittsburg. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at St. Louis. American league. Chicago at Washington. St.. Louis at Philadelphia, Detroit at Boston. Clevoland at New York. Western League, Omaha at Pueblo. Sioux City at Denver. St. Joseph at Lincoln. Des Moines at Topeka. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 6; PilUbuig 3. Pittsburg, June 9. New York fin ished tho series by winning. This gavo them three out of four games played. Pittsburg was outplayed in all departments. Score R. H. E. Pittsburg 000 000 2103 8 2 New York . ..000 120 1206 13 2 Batteries: Lelfleld and Simon; Wuthewson, Meyers und A. Wilson. Philadelphia 1; Cincinnati 1. Cincinnati, June 9. Alexander was effective with melt on bases and Phil ii delphla won. Suggs was hit hard only In one inning. Score Philadelphia . 000 i:i) Cincinnati . . .000 000 Matterles: Alexander Suggs and McLean. It. IT. E. 0014 10 0 0101 8 2 and Dooln; hupcrtms Hit Three l'lngered Brown. Chicago, June 9. Pitcher Mrown was hit hard for two innings, and Mrooklyn won tho final game of the series from Chicago. Tho locals' lone run was a homer by Doyle. .Mucker was In fine form and kept the locals hits scattered. Toney also pitched a fine game, aftor relieving Brown. Score It. II. E. Chicago 000 100 0001 0 Mrooklyn 310 000 0004 8 1 Matterles: Mrown, Toney and Kllng; Mucker and Dergen. Cardinals Win From BcnncaUTM.. St. I,ouls, June 9. St. Louis won from Moston, Sullen bosting Curtis in a pitchers' battle. Moston scored lirst, a baso on balls, a single and an er ror In the third netting them their only tally. Tho locals scored their I Notice tol the Tax Payers Road 1911 tax for the year is now due and payable at 0. A. Matson's Bookstore. Also the delinquent tax for the year 1910 is payable at the treasurer's office at the Court House. runs In the seventh inning, un a sin gle, a triple , a sinKlo und tin error. Score U. 11. E. Uoston 001 000 0001 5 t St. Louis 000 000 20 2 5 1 Batteries: Curtis and Graham: Sullee und Bresnahan. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 9; llilcuico 2. New Y'ork, June S. The locals turned the tables on Chicago, win ning a name featured tiy heavy bat ting. Maker, Chicago's first twlrlor, did not last out tho first Inning, as three out of tho four men who faced him hit the ball safely. Store R. H. E. Chicago Sll 000 000 2 7 3 New York 422 010 0019 15 4 Matterles: Maker, Scott and Payne; Fisher, Quinn and Blair. Philadelphia 5; Detroit i, Philadelphia, Juno 9. Philadelphia defeated Detroit in a contest filled with exciting plays and which closed with two men on bases When Collins Hindu a running one-handed stop of Cobb's grounder and threw tho buts miin out. Score n. H. E. Detroit 001 020 0014 1 1 2 Philadelphia . 002 010 llx 5 9 0 Matterles: Mullln and Stanago, Casey; Krause and Thomas. Cy Young Wins. Washington, June 9. "Cy" Young pitched his first game of the season against Washington and Cleveland won. Young allowed but five hits, while Groom was driven from the rubber. Score B. H. E. Washington ...200 000 0002 6 3 Clevoland 300 020 0002 12 2 Batteries: Groom, HugheB and Street; Young and Smith. hi. Louis Bouts Uoston. Moston, June 9. Five runs in the first inning, when Collins was driven from the box, won for St. Louis from Moston. Score It. H. E. Moston 000 100 1024 10 1 St. Louis 500 000 0005 8 0 Matterles: Collins, Pape and Klel now; Nunamaker; Mitchell and Clark. WESTERN LEAGUE Jos Mmlnos 1 : Topeka 3. Topeka, Kan., June 9. Topeka played poorly and Des Moines won, Clark's batting and Mattuck's fielding featured. Score ' It. II. E. Topeka 101 000 0013 11 4 Des Moines . ..000 010 3004 1 2 St. Joe 8; Umsdn 3. Lincoln, Juno 9. When apparent ly defeated, St. Joseph made six runs in the ninth inning; und won from tlie homo team. Score It. II. E. Lincoln 001 020 0003 7 4 St. JosciAi . ..000 000 0066 3 2 Omaha 7; I'ucblo 3. Pueblo, June 9. Williams and Kneaves both hit home runs with men on bi'ses and Omuhn took the first from Pueblo, 7 to 3. Score It. H. E. Omaha 004 012 0007 9 3 Pueblo 000 002 100 J 10 1 Matteries: Khodes, Hall and Arbo gast; Durham and demons. Deliver 10; Sioux City 2. Denver, Juno 9. Denver batted Wilson out of the box in the first In ning scoring seven runs before he was relieved by Altchlson and defeated Sioux City 10 to 2. Score It. H. E. Sioux City ...000 002 000 2 4 5 Denver . ,...701 001 Olx 10 11 2 Matterles: Wilson, Aitchisou and Miller; Klnsella and Spahr. COAST LEAGUE. At Los Angeles Score n. h , E. Vernon 6 7 2 2 8 2 Oakland Matteries: Castloton, Halelgh and Hogan, Mrown; Pernolt and Pearce, Mltze. At San Francisco 'Seoro Sacramento San Francisco It. H. 0 8 1 7 (Ton innings.) Matterles: Mryan and Thomas; Hen ley and Schmidt. At Portland- Score Los Angeles Portland Matterles: Crlger and Steen, Fanvvcll, Fullerton Murray. U. H. E. .. 11 0 ..041 Grlndle; and Kuhn, At Chicago: Chicago, 9; Purdue, f2. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Milwaukee Toledo, 3; Milwau kee, 6. At St, Paul Columbus, 6; St. Paul, 1. At Kansas City Indianapolis, Kansas City, 10. At Minneapolis Louisville, Minneapolis, 5. 1; SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Nashville Nashville, 2; Mont gomery, 6. At Chattanooga Chattanooga, 7; Mirmingham, 2. At Atlanta Atlanta, 3; Mobile, 6. At Memphis Memphis, 8; New Orleans, 9. Chicago Secures Pitchers. Chicago, June 9. Two pitchers were added to the Chicago Nationals today with the signing of Ernest Ovltz nnd Mernard Cross. Ovltt was a pitcher nt the Illinois university, going from there to tho Topaka Western league. Cross Is a let hnnder from St Vlntetirs, Kanknke", . .... . IU. US (ECUS. COMES E ,1 Meadow City Bunch Said to Be Dangerous With Especially Strong Pitching Force; Grays Line Up Strengthened. For the second time in five years the Las Vegus baseball team will jour ney to this citv for Sundav's same with tho grays'. This game promises to be all hot suleo und ginger, as the Meadow City boys have what they 1,,-- llevc to be a rattlinir irood team this year and they are coming to town with i no other purpose in view than to take the scalps or tho locals. The battery of tho Vegasltes Is es pecially strong. Marr, who pitched for Dawson some two years ugo, Is reckoned as a first rate mound artist, while Harmon has been tried here be fore and has been found to be effective against the Grays. These two cracks will be backed up by "Tex" Merrltt, one of the fastest and hardest hitting catchers ever seen on the Traction Park diamond. "Tex'' Is no other than the man that caught Harry Abies in such masterly style during the fair tournament last fall. The game for Sunday has been bothering Manager Pudilln all week. For several days the Las Vegas muii ugcimnt has been promising to give him immediate notice as to their In tentions and not until yesterday would they come through with a positive assent to his proposition. They have however consented to come now, and it Is up to the fans to give them a hot reception. Moot, root, root, for the home team. Get In behind the locals and make them win by the quality of the support behind them. Allen the crack third baseman of the Grays will likely be out of Sun day's game as he has not yet returned rrom ms mountain trip his place will oe taken by Denny Ford, lute captain of the Douglas Cactus League team, who ig in town and will hold down the third sack for the Grays. When Den ny is in shape, he is one of the best men of his class to be found In the est loony, out When he Is out of snepe, he Is the biggest bone-head and mutt that ever stepped on the dia mond. Here's hoping he is In shape for then there win bo some good ball. BLACK CAT SCORES Santa Fe Pictures Tonight, It looked very much like Allunjuer. quo would be visited by a pourdovvn rain and the hundreds of boosters would be kept from tho Airdome, but J. Sam's black cat bowed its back and pushed tho clouds away; the orches tra played over tho wuves and everv cloud has a silver lining; there l.j a rainbow in the sky and many ap propriate pieces. The answer was the Alrome had a capacity crowd who saw a shovr worth while, Tonight will be a big happening. Tl; first show will start early mvl two big full programs will bo given. New Pictures taken at Santa Fe an J nir rounding country will bo seen. RACE RESULTS At Salt Jjike, 4 'It, v. Salt Lako City, t'tah, June It. Kiuglit Deck, making his first start for nearly a year, won tho feature of tho car l at the Lagoon track this aft ernoon. He had no trouble in dis posing of a fair field. Jockey Hums as Mispen.lod indefinitely for an un satisfactory lido on Mulholland In the fifth race. Tho horse was favorite and was beaten by Madeline Musgrave. First race, futurity course, selling Menstone, S to 1, won; Doe Allen, 7 to 2, second; Aunt Pilly, 5 to 1, third. Time: 1:11. Second race, futurity course, soiling Tllliiighnst won, Elmcta Hamilton second, Ham pass third. Time; 1:11.' i mra race, futurity course, belling nuiuen Hand won, Sticker second, Lena Lech third. Time: 1:10 4-fi. Fourth race, six furlongs, purse Knight Deck won, Gohieiifinn second, Shooting Spray third. Time: 1:13. Fifth race, mile, gelling Madeline Musgrave won, Fred Mulholland sec ond, Chief Desmond third. Time 1:42 3-5. I.utonln Meeting Today. Cincinnati, June 9. Eleven three-year-olds are named to start In the Lutonia derby, which Inaugurate the 1911 racing season at Latonla tomor row. Several f these are doubtful starters, however, and not more than eight horses are expected to go to the post. The race is at the full derby distance of a mile and a half and has a, guaranteed value of 15,000. Governor Gray, despite his defeat In the Louisville- race, has been a con sistent favorite for the event in the future betting and still rules first choice. Indies: ions are that a large crowd will witness the running of th0 Derby. Twenty-two parl-muttiei ma-hints will be In operation and In addition there will be nuctlon pools and combl naton mutuels. The probable starters and odds are: Governor Gray, 7 to 5: Star Char ter, 3 to 1; Messenger Hoy, 8 to 1; Forehead, 9 to 1; Colston, 12 to 1; Hound the World. 10 to 1; White Wool, 12 to 1; Starry Night, 12 to 1; Mudsill, 15 to 1; Any Port, 30 to 1; I'nele Men, 30 to 1. Junior Captain or Track Team. Ann Arbor, Mich., Juno 9. The surprise of the yeur in University of Michigan athletic circle tnme today when Hugh S. Gamble, a lunlor h.n- student of Yankton, S. U, was elerted (captain 0f the 1912 track team. HERE 0 MM S DA flOAl I Fleecy staple Shows Best Growing 'Condition of Any Crop Reported By Govern ment Experts, llr MuroliK Journal Kptrliil I Vr) Washington. Jim,. ;i .(,, ltim show ed the best growing ioiidiil,,n on Jiui" 1. of any crop report"! to the dcp.irt- nieiil of agrnuiuii,'. In lis cenerul re view of condition, the crop reporting board today In supplemental report. F'lyg: f Mv was not' llK "hole, very favorable l0r r"1' droughty conditions having p rev ailed over a great portion of the I'niled States. In consequence the average condition of the crop growth on Juno 1 wns 2.S per cent below the average condition of that date. Some relief from the unfavorable- conditions came nt the close of Ma)' and the first part of June. Comparing the eondition oV various crops on June 1 with their avenge growing condition ,,n that date of re cent years, in most cases ten years, and w ith 100 n presenting average conditions and not normal, the board reports: "Cotton. ION. 5; sugar beets, l:i.2; apples, 102.6; raspberries, 101. S; spring wheat. 101.1; w iteriiulons, 100.0; pears, !!.?; cantaloupes, nii.fi; blackberries, 99.5; sugar cane. 1III.2; bailey. 99.2; winter wheat. 9S.",; rye. 9S.2; oats, 96.9; alf.iir-i "1; culms, 95.5; lima beans, 92.5; cabbage, 91; pastures; .90.2: hemp, 99t clover, hay, 84.6; all hay, 85.1; peaches, S3. 5. It is estimated that the area plant ed to rye Is about 1.2 per cent less than last year or about 2,003,664 acres; clover) (for hay) acreage 6.3 per i-'.-nt less han last year, and sug ar cane acreage 0.4 per cent more than last year. BUNCH OF WRESTLERS DEVELOPS IN BARELAS A bunch of young wrestlers are de veloping out In Marclas. Yesterday they got together and pulled off three-sided match. Paul Salaar, who works In tho boiler shop, und who is 17 years of age, and weighs 137 pounds, threw II. Haca, who is alsi 17 years of age and weighs 136 pounds, In twenty minutes. He fol lowed this up by putting the shoulders of S. Apodaca, who Is 15, und weighs 133 pounds, to the mat In ten minutes PITTSBURG GRAND JURY PROBES COKE COMBINE Pittsburg, JUne 9. After examlnin six coal officials, the May fedora grand Jury, reusseitiblod to determine whether there has been tin attempt to create a monopoly In the coking industry, adjourned today until Mon day. No information was forthcoming as to the nature of the testimony or whether there wus any ground for the government's fear that the coke In dustrv was being' monopolized. i TAFT ORDERS ARMY AWAY FROM BORDER Washington, June 9. The second step In the gradual withdrawal of the nrmcd force of the United States from tho Vicinity of Mexico was taken to day, president Talt approve! a war department order which will return to their posts the four thousand sol diers at Galveston, Texas, and the fifteen hundred at Sun Diego, I'al. This movement which will begin in u few days, follows the withdrawal of tho 1,600 marines from Guant iiiamo, Cuba. Tho Improved situatioii in .Mexico iiiudg the wiilldruwal possible. BALDWlrCOMOTIVE . STRIKE SANCTIONED Philiulclpliia, June 9. The locomo tive builders' council ''committee com posed of deli-sates from the seventeen labor unions made up of employes of the Mablwln Locomotive works to night officially sanctioned the strike which for two days has been In prog ress. At the close of the meeting it wns announced that 12,000 of the 14, 000 workmen would be found In the ranks of the strikers. Rati Disliks Petrol. Kate appear to have a strong objec tion to petrol. Not long ajro a visitor exploring; the Iindon sewers was told by his jruluo as they walked under LoriR Acre and Sobo that the sewers In this neighborhood are almost entirely free from rats. This Immunity has been noticed only since tho develop ment of the motor car Industry and the establishment of 1U headquarters In Shnftsbury iivemle and Long Acre, A large nunntltv of petrol thus finds it way down the drains, and this, In the opinion of the newer men, effectually keeps the rnts away. London Chroni cle, DENIES ANY PREJUDICE AGAINST JEWS IN ARMY Warhlngtoii. June !). Colonel Joseph Giii In command of the army post nt l'"ort Myer, who received a reprimand at the hinds of Presi dent Tuft hei'iUHo of Ills seeming prejudice n;iliist Franls liloom, a private iirpiring to a commission be. cause Mlouin vvas a Jew, tonight churged tint I he papers in the case had been slole.n from the adjutant's office Ht K"it Myer. Then said the matter beiaiop public. Colonel Garrard said there was no prejudice ai;n!nst Jews In the Army or navy, lie said since the adverse Indorsement of. Mloom had become known I'residNit Taft was forcod to tuke cognl7.;inee of the text of the Indorsement. PROSPECTS BHIGH FOR COTTON BRITISHERS DEFEATED IN POLO TOURNAMENT .New York, June 9. Anicti- crushed England's hope of regaining the Intcrnatlolm! polo cup at Meadow 1'rook today, where the challenging British cavalry ofileers, outridden and outmateuvered. were defeated, 4 1-2 to 3 1-2 goals. Although the final score wis half a goal closer than in the first miuh i" r.ngiuMi players were Iosh of a lactor. for only once vvero they on even terms and that for two minutes about the ml, idle of the game. To day's American victory gives the Meadow P.rook team undisputed pos session of the cup until another chull lengo is received. . runivirn nrtWlNU JUUUL ARRESTED FOR INSANITY San Franclseo. June . Fred Mill holland. former racing judge In Seat tie. Mutte. Salt Lake and other cities was examined by the Insanity com Hussion nere umay. iiulliolland was taken to the detention hosplt.il Thurs day by three patrolmen, when nolgh bois said he had become deranged nnd terrorized the neighborhood. His hearing before the Insanity commission will be continued tomor row. LEGAL NOTICES NOTIC E OF S.Y1 icrrnory of .New Mexico. County of Hemalillo, n the District Court Otto Diechmann, ct al vs. Mavuard GlIUSiil, et nl. No. KG73. Notice Is hereby given, that I, the tidersigned, Otto Dleckmaiin. special master, appointed, by the said court In a Judgment rendered In the above eiiimcu cause, on tho 18th iluv ,.r March A. D. 1911, to execute tho said Judgment, will offer for sale und sell to tho hlshest bidder for cash at the front door of the court hmm. or n,o said county of Mernallllo, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of the 2Clh dnv of June, 1911, the following described property, to-wit: Lots numbered Twenty-three (231. Twenty-four (24) uid Twenty-five (251. in Mlock letter- cd "M" of the Springer addition to the town (now city) of Albuojueniuo, In the County off Mernallllo and Terri tory of .'cvv Mexico, as shown and designated on the plat of said addition filed In the office of the probnte clerk and cx-offh lo recorder of the said County of Mernallllo, on the 4th dnv of April A. I). 1S81; the property will bo sola to pay the exposes of said sale, and to witlsfy the said Judgment which amounts on the day of sale to $3,943.87. principal and interest and costs, Including attorney's and spe cial niastor's fee, amounting to f 465. 5 1 ; to the purchaser as paid sale, I. hy authority vested In me, by the terms of said Judgment, will execute a good nnd sufficient deed of con veyance which will operate to convey all tho right title and Interest of tho said defendants, Maynurd Gunsul find iiiancno si. Gunsul, which they had in sain property on the 23rd day of December A. D. 1907, the date of the deej of trust which secured tho note, upon which and under the terms of tho said deed of trust, the above Judg ment wus rendered. OTTO D1ECKMANX. Special Master. June 2-9-10-16-17-23. Territory of New Mexico. Office of tho Secretary 4 ICKTII'H ATi: OF OMI'AHISOX. I, Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the Torrltory of New Mexico, do hereby certify that there was filed for record In this nice at ten o'clock u. m. on the Eighth day of June, A. I). 1911; Certificate of Amend nt n, Articles oi Incorporation ' f Tin: M:v mexko iti Ai.rv svv. 1WC.1TH Changing Xhiiic to HOME 1IONI) AM) M COMPANY No. s;S3. and also, that I have eomiejc.tl II.-. following copy of (ho same, with tho original thereof now on tile, nnd de clare it to bo a correct transcript therefrom and of tho whole thorouf. Given under my hand and the Great Seal of tho Territory of New Mexico. at the City of Santi Fe. tho I'ai.llal on this Eighth dnv ,,r .lnn. a i I'll. NATHAN JAFFA, (Seal) Secretary of Now Mexico. t I IIM JFie.VI E. Territory of N,.w Mexico, County of Mernallllo. ss. W. C. oestreleh and Wm. F. A. Gierke, of A Ibumierouo. New Molro being first duly sworn, upon their oaths say: That afllnnts nro the Presi dent fid Secretary-Treasurer respec tively, of the Xw Mexico Jtealtv Syndicate, a corporation, duly organ ized nnd existing under the laws of the Territory of New Mexico; That at ii meeting of the Hoard ol Directors of said corporation, held on the 2,th dav of Alav A. I. 1'itt tho following resolution was Introduc ed, und being put to a vote, tinanl motsaly passed; Whereas, the Hoard of Directors of the New Mexico Jteulty Syndicate, a corporation, organised and existing under and by virtue of the laws ot tho Territory of New Mexico, und having Its principal plaeo of business In the city of Allniouorciuo, Now Mex ico, having deemed If advisable lor good nnd sufficient reasons to chungu tno name of the said corporation. Now, therefore, hi? it Resolved, by tho Hoard of Dlrec tors of tliu New Mexico Keally (Syndi cate, that Articles One of tho Artl- les of Incorporation of tho shM New Mexico Koalty Syndicate bo amended and mode to read as follows; to-wlt: The name of thn corporation is ann shall bo "IK 1M K Mu.NO AND LOAN COMPANY." That Immediately upon the passage of said resolution, said Hoard of Di rectors Issued u cull for a special meeting of the stockholders of said corporation, in accordance with th provision of Us My-Utws, to convene at 2 p. in. June 2, 1911, for the pur pose of taking action upon said reso lution; that at said special stockhold ers' meeting, held on the date afore, said, more than two-thirds of all out standing stock was represented and voted In favor, of the amendment contained In said resolution. That the principal place of huslnese ot ftlil corporation has been moved LEGAL NOTICES from Its former location 313-314 Oc cidental lllliMitu llhiiniinr.ntp V.,vi I Mexico, to its present location, rooms 2 and 3. stern Mlock. Albuquerque, New Mexico, and that W. C. Oestreleh has been desiitnuUd as the slutulury agent therein and In. charge thereof and upon whom process against the corporation may be served. (Signed! w! C. OF.STKHH'II, WM. F. A. G1EP.KE. (Corporate Seal.) I ACKNOWLEDGMENT. Territory of New Mexico. County of Mernallllo. ss. On this seventh d iy of June A. 1911, before me appeared V. Oestreleh and Win. F. A. Gierke, me nersonallv known, ubo. helnir D. .! to bvi me duly sworn, did gay that they are the President and Secret iry-Tn usurer respectively, of the New Mexico lteal - ty Syndicate, a corporation, of Alhu - querque, New Mexico, und that the seal affixed to said Instrument is the corporate seal of said corporation, and that said Instrument w is signed and sealed In behalf of said corpora tion by authority of Its Hoard of Di rectors, and said W. C. Oestreleh and Wm. F. A. Gierke acknowledged said Instrument to be the free act and deed of (aid corporation. In testimony of which I have here unto set my hand and affixed my of ficial seal the day and year first above written In this certificate. (Signed) GEORGE H. CKAIG. (Notarial Seal.) Notary Public. My commission expires Nov. 20, 1913. AFFIDAVIT. Territory of New Mexico. Couniy 01 iieruaiitio. W. C. Oestriech und Wm. F. A. Gierke, of lawful uge, being first duly sworn, depose and say: That affiants are the President and Socretary-Treasurer respectively, of the New Mexico lUalty Syndicate, a corporation, organized and doing bus iness under tho laws of the Territory of New Mexico and h iving its princi pal place of business in the city of Al buquerque, New Mexico; That at a special meeting of tho stock holders of the said corporation, In-lit June 2, 1911. culled for the purpose of taking notion upon the resolution, passed by the Hoard of Directors of said corporation on the 27th day of May, 1911, relative to a change of the corporate name of said corporation more than two-thirds of all outntund Ing stock "t said corporation was rep resented and unanimously vohtd In favor of the amendment as contained In said resolution above referred to. (Signed) Vv. C. CiKSTRElCII. WM. F. A, GIEItKE. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of June A. D. 1911. (Signed) GEORGE U. CUA1G, (Notarial Seal.) 'Notary Public. My commission expires Nov. 20, 1913, Endorsed : No. fS33. Cor. Hee d Vol, 6, Pg 114. Certificate of Amendment to Article, of Incorporation of THE NEW MEXICO HEAl.TY SYN DICATE Changing Name to HOME BOND AND LOAN CI IMP ANY Filed in Office of Secrctury of New Mexico, June 8, 1911; 10 a. in. NATHAN J A FA, Secretary. Cumpaivd C. F. K. to J. t). STOP LIMPING & By using William' Foot Comfort. 25 cents The Williams Mlae Vmnt Oak and Maple Polished Flooring Builders Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. 1st St. ratnss. kfm.y Ar rn I ( Incorporated ) Wholesale Merchants, and Deal ers in Hides, Wool and Pelts Navajo Blankets, Plnon Nuts, Means, Chill, Potatoes and Other Na- tlvo Products Houses at East Las Venas, N. M.; N. M.j Tecos, N. M.j Logan, 44-414,4,4.4.J,H4,J.J,J,J,J,J,lJ.4,XJ,14,J,Jl.i.J.AXJ.X4.lxj.j.xj.xAj , . --"--"----"""".. - ' TTTTTTTTTTTTT T J. 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