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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1911.
PORTS B STANDING OF THE TEAMS National League. Won. Lost. IVt. Nl. York 30 IS .65 I'hkago - IS !" Philadelphia 30 19 .612 Pittsburg 2tf 22 .542 St. l.uuts i 25 22 .532 Cincinnati 23 2ti -IliD Hrneklyn IS 31 .3(17 jjotton 12 07 .254 American lA-agiic. Won. Lost. IVt. IVtroit 37 15 .712 I'lilUiU-lpliiu 2! 17 .H30 l-hi.tigo ....23 20 .535 I'.ostoii 25 22 .531 Ww York 23 22 .521 Cleveland 20 30 .400 Washington 1 32 ,30 St. Louis 33 .327 Western League. AV'on. Lost. IVt. Denver 30 15 ,67 IMiehln 2 It! .619 Lincoln 26 18 .591 Sioux City 24 21 .533 Omaha 23 23 .500 St. Joseph 24 24 .500 Topcka 20 2ti .435 pes Moines 9 39 .ISi Where They Play Today. Nnlloiial League. Pnston at Chicago. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia nt St. Louis. Western Ix-aguc. Omaha at Pueblo. Sioux City at Denver. t St. Joseph at Lincoln. Des Moines at Topoka. NATIONAL LEAGUE - ( Inelimull, 5: New Yol k. 2. Cincinnati, June 10. Infield hits woro the chief factor of scoring in today's game which was won by Cin cinnati. Four visitors hits cum'? in the sixth Inning. Esmond's work was notieeal'le. Score ' K. 11. 11. New York 000 002 0002 X 2 Cincinnati 1 40 000 00 5 11 0 Batteries: Uaymond, Crandall, Maruuard and Meyer. Wilson; Uawpai' and Clark. Pittsburg, U; HriHiUlyii. . Pittsburg, June 10. Pittsbm i; to day defeated Urooklyn. They lii'il th,. seventh by hitting Scuulcn uiii running liases freely, six bases being stolen, thero being two doubl steals. Score H. II. E. l'lltfcburg 000 005 04 9 13 0 Brooklyn 000 000 000) : 2 Hatterles: Adams and SIiihii; Scanloii, F.cll and Merged. Chicago, 6; IloMou, S. ChiciiKO, Juno 10. Chieiuo delVf.1 ed lioston today. The lo.dK bunched hits and with the assistance of Kood base running, liases on buHs and cost ly errors, had little difficulty in win ning. Kllng and Kaiser i'.nd Jrahum and Goodo, who liKured in the bis,' ex change of players today participate! with their ncV colleagues. Score It. 1 1. K. Chicago 210 Oil 01" 8 11 1 Hoston 001 101 0003 9 5 Hatterles: Urown and Graham, llattern and Kllng. St. Louis, 9; l'liilatlelpl'iii, K. St. Louis, June 10. A ninth inning rally made the local team a winner over Philadelphia. The game was featured with five double plays and nineteen bases on balls. Th0 local team made twenty-four assists. j Score R. II. H. Philadelphia ..430 000 0108 8 3 St. Louis 301 020 0039 10 5 IlattcricB: Heche, Chalmers, Burna Notice to j the Tax Payers Road tax for the year 1911 is now due and payable at 0. A. Matson's Book Store. Also the delinquent tax for the year 1910 is payable at the treasurer's office at the Court House. 4 ASEBALL anil Dooin; (lolden. Grier, 1 Lauder milk and ltrcsnahan. AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia, Juno 10. Philadel phia easily defeated St. Louis. Collins and Mclnnis worked tho trapped bi'l trick on Hokum nd Clark in the sc, enth inning. Score It. M. K. St. Louis ....200 003 000 5 11 3 Philadelphia. 311 213 30 14 IS 1 Hatterles: Powell, Hamilton, Har per and Cfark; Morgan and Thomas. Chicago. I: Washington, 7. Washington, June 10. Chicago romped away from Wasliinston today driving threo pitchers from the box. The batting of Walker and Modle feat, ured the name. Score It. If. K. Washington ..004 021 000 7 10 f, Chlcatio 090 201 24018 lfi 3 P.atteries: Sherry, Gray, Otey, Her rell and Ainsmlth; Olmstcad, Walsh and Sullivan. New York, 2: Cleveland. 1. New York, Juno 10. New York won an exciting gamo from Cleveland. Iloth (Jregg and Warhop pitched fine ball. Thp winning run was scored on a pass to Daniels. Walter's double and Knight's sacrifice fly. Score: P.. II. K. Cleveland 000 010 0001 U 0 New York 000 000 1012 4 2 Batteries: Gregg and Lund; Waihop and Illulr. Huston, 6; Detroit, 5. lioston, June 10, Playing through a heavy shower Ronton defeated De troit in the tenth Inning when Hush dropped Nunamaker's hard drive, allowing Yerkes to score. Seore: XI. II. E. lioston 003 200 000 16 11 1 Detroit 000 001 112 05 13 3 Batteries: AVood and N'unaniaker; Work, Wlllett, Lafltte and Casey. WESTERN LEAGUE St. Joseph, H; Lincoln, 0. Lincoln, Neb., June 10. In a game replete with wrangling over Vmpire Shoemaker's decisions, St. Joseph de feated Lincoln here today, 8 to 6. Score It. II. K. Lincoln 220 020 0006 8 1 St. Joseph ....101 020 0228 12 1 Batteries: llagerman, Wolverton and McGraw; Johnson and Kerns. pes Moines, l; To(M'ka, 1. Topeka, June 10. McGrath was wild and ineffective and his errors helped Dca Moines to win the second gumo of tho series, 6 to 1. Score It. H. K. Dcs Moines ...ODD 100 5006 7 4 Tipeka 100 000 0001 7 3 Jiatteries: Bonis and Mediant Mc Grath and Hawkins. Denver, : Sioux City, 2. Denver, June 10. Denver won from Sioux City today in the eighth, three singles and two bases on balls netted four runs. Score It. II. E. Sioux City 000 200 0002 7 0 Denver 010 001 04 C 9 1 Hatterles: W. Miller and M. Mil ler; Ehman and Spahr. Pueblo. Lt; Omaha, (I. Pueblo, 3une 13. After Omaha hud taken a lead of three runs, I'uchlo batted three pitchers out of the box and won 13 to 6. Score It. II. E. Omaha 002 211 000 12 1 pueblo 001 803 10 13 16 5 liatteries: Fentress, Hohlnson, Hall. Durbln and Asbogasl; Ellis, Jackson and Shaw, demons. COAST LEAGUE. At San Francisco: Kcore It. 11. E. Racramcnl( 2 4 1 San Francisco 3 10 0 Butteries: Hunt and Thomas; Mil ler and Harry. At l.os Angeles: Score U. H. K. Vernon 10 1 Oakland 4 (! 1 Hatterles: Raleigh. Willette, Hitt and Brown; Uicy, Abies and I'lercc. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Chattanooga: Chattanooga, 4; IHrmlngham, 3. At Atlanta: Atlanta, 2; Mobile. 3. At Nashville: X.-.shvillc, 4; Mont gomery, 0. At Memphis: Memphis, fi; New Or leans, 4. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At St. Paul: Columbus, 2; St. I'aul, 1. At Milwaukee: Toledo, 4; Milwau kee, 3, At Kansas City! Indianapolis, C; Kansas City, 10. At Minneapolis: Louisville, 7; Mln. neapolis, 5. '(Ten Innings.) COLLEGE BSAEBALL. Drown, T; Harvard, 2. Yale, 6; l'inceton, 3. Indiana, 3; Waseda, 2. Ilei-onls Itrokeu In College (iaiiies, Chicago, June 10. Two records were broken In the tenth annual In terscholastle meet held by Fnlverslty of Chicago today and which wag won by Oak Park high school with seven teen points. Centra high school of Toledo, was second with 16 1-2 points, oskosh. Wis., was third with eleven and ICalam'ooo, Mich., fourth with ten. Four hundred athletes, repre senting 103 schools In the central west competed. A. M. Mucks of Oshkosh broke the Interschi Inrlstlc discos throw record, hurdling ISA feet, 6 Inches, breaking the mark or 12B feet, 2 Inches. Kugene Schohlnger. of Harvard high school, boosted his own record in the pole vault from 11 feet 7 1-2 Inches to 11 feet 11 1-2 inches. GD STUFF WW"" CltJ FIGHT FOR Joe Rivers, Los Angeles Mexi can, Awarded Decision In Sixteenth Round; Opponent Kicked Him, (By Mornlni Journal Kpclal I-raurd Wlrl Lis Angeles. June 1U. Joe Klvcrs, the local Mexican figiiter. won from Tommy Dixon, the Holyoke, Mass., featherweight in the sixteenth round of their scheduled twenty round bat tle at Vernon today. Dixon was dis qualified for kicking Itlvers alter he ' I. ...I i - l !. ntiu- ueeu rrpeuieoiy niumu Charles Eyton, the referee, to stop his foul tactics. lloth fighters were, strongly sup ported, and the decision of Eyton caused a small riot during which ai least one man was beaten Into uncon sciousness. Dixon disclaimed intention to foul Rivers, and made a speech from the ringside, although his lips were so pulpy and his mouth so cut ho could hardly enunciate Ids words. It was a vicious battle and the Massachusetts lad was badly beaten. Twice he was on the verge of a knockout, but managed to game him self through the fifteenth. This turn ed much money into the hands of those who had bet even money that he would last fifteen rounds against the Los Angeles fighter, who had ris en from the preliminaries to cham pionship rank within a few months. Two and a half to one were thf odds on Rivers when the boys entered the ring. Dixon had the better of but one or two rounds, notably the fif teenth, when answering the urging of those who ha'd taken his end of the betting, he rallied and carried the fight to Rivers. In the previous two rounds he had to stall to save him self and was unmercifully beaten In nearly all the rest. He begin early the Pieties which finally resulted in his disqualification. In addition to frequent admonishing of him during the rounds, Eyton sev eral timos Invade Dixon's corner to warn his seconds. He hit low repeat edly, and although Rivers' followers shouted their protests to the referee, he showed little evidence of distress and kept hammering away at Dixon. In tho twelfth round, Rivers had Dixon nearly out and In the thirteenth and fourteenth, the New England boy suffered from a rain of blows to the stomach, face and kidneys. His fact was a gory mass. When he stepped to the ropes at the end of tile round and protested against the decision of the referee. Rivers was unmarked. Fighting 'imong the spectators be gan immediately and tho Vernon pol ico bed difficulty in charging through the crowd to stop the disturbance. Two or three men were knoc ked out of their seats on the highest tier of the arena nd rolled down to tho bot tom. One failed to K t up, having been kicked in the face and was tak en home In a taxi ab. , . On Eve of Arrival of Hereford Team atClovis, Threat of Ar rest From Judge Pope Puts Crimp In Situation. Spei'tal Ulbimtih to tlm Mumlng Journal 1 Clovls, X. M., June 10. There is considerable excitement among the Clovls baseball fans today over a com plicated situation which has resulted from the attitude of District Judge 1'ope at lioswell over the Sunday nas.'Dail matter. ( tovis was planning a big match tomorrow with .Hereford, when the noon train was expected to bring in 200 enthusiasts from the T 'X as city t, see one of the fastest games of the season in Hich? parts. Now comes District Attorney" Fallen of Roswell And nidifies Deputy Sheriff V. W. O'Dell that Judge Tope has re quested Fullen to notify the Curry county sheriff that in case a Sunday match game is held here, he must ar rest the managers and every Individ ual member of the teams for viola tion of the Sunday law. It may be too late to call off the gme, and It Is possible Hereford may come as sched uled and the game tie made a free for all affair. CUBS SELL JOHNNY KLING TO BOSTON Chicago, Juno 10. Johnny Kllng, veteran catcher of the -Chicago -National league club and three other members of the team were, today traded to the Hoston club of tho Na tional loaguo in one of the biggest baseball deals of the year. Klght players are involved. With Kllng, Chicago gave Union ("Irlffin, a recruit pitcher, secured from tho Atlanta club of the Southern league; Alfred Kaiser, an outfielder, purchased from the Louisville club, and Henry Weaver, a pitcher who nlso cam from Louisville. In ex change Chicago received Ralph (loode, an outfielder; Clifford Curtis, a Pitch er formerly with Milwaukee In the American association; "Peaches" draliain, a catcher, who will take Kling's place, and outfielder Collin Graham formerly plnyod with Minne apolis in tho American association. The trade became effective Imme diately and Kllng and Kaiser played their first game with lioston tulay. - I onvleU at Work. Assistant Territorial Knglneer C. H, Neel is hack from Albtuiuerfiue and Socorro. He says that the convicts In eump at Socorro me dolriif nuod road work and have made considerable progress. DIXON FANS FUSSING OVER COURT'S STAND After Dan LAS VEGAS COMES TolPASSENGER DIES ON DO BATTLE 01 HUSKY AGGREGATION OF SPEEDY PLAYERS Albuquerque Boys Appeal to Loyal Fans to Get Out This Afternoon and Lend Moral and Financial Support. 'file Las V 'gas baseball team ar- lhed la-t night from uie Meadow City with the Intention of taking away with them when Hoy leave tonight, the sealps of the locals securely tied to their belts. Of course, this is con jecture on their pari, nut tney nave a very strong team an,i believe they can do the tr,lck. The (Srayst have ben priming for this game even before it was assured they would get tho game. They have not allowed the grass to grow under their feet but have been out and practicing for all that Is in it ever since the game last Sunday when the Santa Fe team was so decisively beaten. Kobe Weeks and his brother have been keeping the battery end In shape, so that Tex Mcrrit for all his excellence will have nothing on the drays. This Tex party Is some catch er as his former reputation and work here testify. He could now be play ing with IndiannpnIU in the Ameri can Association but for a disagree ment as to contract. Tills ought to show he Is some class. For chasing flics and runin bases Tex is one of the fastest men ever seen on the lo cal grounds. He Is also an all round player, and can hold down first or short with the best of them. Allen returned last night In readi ness for today's game. He Is In fine condition after his ten days' outing. His ryes are clear and his skin in fine shape, and he looks us if he could put up the game of his life. Allen looks good for three hits out of fmir times up easily. Denny Ford may tie put in at sec ond in place of Hums. Denny In shape is sbmc cutter up around sec ond sack. That is bis home, and when be feels good he plays class A ball. The game toduj .merits a good crowd. Manager Dan I'ddllla Is un der exceptional i xpense in bringing the team here and he deserves a good crowd to help him defray expenses. A good game is sure, to be played, and with a good crowd of the fans out, anj a good day one of the best games of the season ought to be played. Remember that when the locals are rooting strong for the home team Rube Weeks is practically unbeat able. That's a -:ood hint. (let out and root lor the home boys and help them win. Help them with your money and your presence and they will give you your money's worth don't forget it. ii.k:h.i,i, i,X( i itsiox -ro k.xta it: m:xt scndav. The Albui)uercue-Santa Fe baseball excursion will run from Vhls city to Santa Fe on June INth, and Santa Fo will send a return excursion on July 0th, These excursions have been an annual event in baseball circles and a lar'ge fiumber of the fans invariably take advantage of the opportunity to visit Die Capital City. The Santa Fe road has granted a special round trip rate of thrcg dob lars, and the railroad Insists that 150 tickets be sold before Tuesday In or der to guarantee the running of the excursion. .. The train for Santa Fe will leave this city on Kuuday, Julie IS, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Santa Fe at 11:30 o'clock. The crowd leaves Santa Fi at about 7 o'clock and arrives In Al buiueriiie at about 11. Already a large number of fans have signified their Intention of going nn( Manuger Dan l'adlllu, who, as In former years, has charge of the event. Is considerably pleased with the out look. Fighter Matched. St. Joseph, Mo.. June 10. Danny fbod,riuin of Chicago and Freddie Daniels of St. Joseph, were matched today for u fifteen round bout lure July 2. Walter I. Idle of Chicago, and Jack lirady of St Joseph were match ed for fifteen rounds for the mme date. Tho latter Is a return match, I -It tin having lost the decision to liar adu on their previous meeting. Will's Cm at Moiitreul Track. Montreal, June 10. (!et-.vway day at the Him- ibuiuet track was fea tured by the enforcement of the Mil ler law, passed a ear ago, which makes It unlawful to send Informa tion from a race track. The author ities cut off all wire facilities between the track a ml the city. The law has not been, enfor-i d In the preceding nine days of tl. meet'. DEPOSED GOVERNOR OF SINALOA PHILOSOPHER Kl Paso. Texas, June 10. A spei la I to the Times from Tucson, Ariz., says: "Philosophic ally accepting his loss is of more than 1. 0110,000 as "the ""irtunes of wiir.'' and stating his de termination to nUirn to Sinaloa and build up bis shattered fortunes, for mer Federal (ioveinor Diego Itedo of HIiirIoh, left Tin son tonight for l.os AliRehs, "I fought my best with 400 federal Holtlicrs against 2.000 rebels for six days," he said. DIAMOND 5 f " Padilla's Goat V W, G. Fitch, Standard Oil Offi cial, Passes Away Yesterday Afternoon at Grants, Y. (I. Flu h, one of the most prom inent ' II men in the lountry, super intendent of the Standard oil com pany's property In California, who was a passenger on the eiisibound limited train, died yesterday as the triin was passing through Crants, Mr. Fitch, in ecmpnny with his wife, was hurrying east to ills home in Wheeling, V. Va., In the hope that the change of climate and a visit to Ills homo would be of benefit to him, Though he was Miiite 111 all the way from l.os Angeles, It w is not realised taat the end was so near. The body was taken off here and removed to Strong Hros.' morgue, where the remains were prepared for shipment to Wheeling. Deceased was about .'i.'i years of age, and was welt known in oil circles, having been connected with the Stan dard oil company in prominent ca pacities for a number of years. NO MORE EVIDENCE TO BE HEARD IN BALUE CASE BEFORE COURT in the lialne-Cook case, Involving commissions on a mining deal, which was brought before Judge Abbott from Socorro county, and has been occupying the attention of the court for the larger portion of the week, the court yesterday decided to hear no more evidence or argument from the attorneys, but to announce li Ik Judg ment on written briefs which Oe at torneys In the case are to submit be fore 'the court in ten days. A Judg ment by default was entered yester day In favor of Klfego llaea, in Ills suit on a $100 note against F. J. Chavesi. CHEROKEE KID AND KID RHODES IN REFINED SPARRING AT AIRD0ME Kid Ithodes, the lightning fast 133 poutid moxer who recently came, to Albuquerque, has Iceri engaged with Cherokee Kid. who Is also a 1.13 ponnd man and faster than Ithodes, to put on a four round sparring exhi bition each tilght during the last per formance at the Alrdoine. This, will give the patrons of the game In this city anopportunily of seeing n rouplo of top notch professional boxers n action. Cosssssption Olicn Develops From Pneumonia Consumption readily attacks thoso.who liavo bad pneumonia. Alany sufferers from tuhorouhiMS lve a history of hav ing had ptieuniotih. The. lanes thus weakened "' in oe easily attacked by the germs that e.uisn consumption. For ii U those with "weak hints," espe cially those who have had pneumonia, Kt limnn a Alterative Is the appropriate remedy Cures of consumption aro ac complished by Keldimn'u Alterative. Hut take It in time There la no wisdom In walling until Till" i eulosls is establish ed. Ileailli is never fully valued until alckuei-H mines. A remarkable recovery follows: 41! 10 l'oweltort Ave., Phlln., Pa. Dentlemen: "1 wish I had known of KeUiaaii s Alterative, two years ai(o. Since taking it. I have, nalned twenty eiKht pounds and 1 cannot but be very I'lankfol to you and the Almighty God for II i o irt'cal hlissiiiit and cliango ef health It lias brou.tht imi." (Signed) THOMAS HKILLV. Kek man's AMcrativo eures ltronchltla, AM h inn. Hav Texcr; Throat, and I.ung Affections. A.d; lor booklet of cured casus ind wrilo to the I'.cknian Laboratory, tJhi.'idoliliiu, I'a , lor addll lonal c hlcnca for S.iie liv nil leading druggists and Highland Pharmacy and Alvarado Pharmacy In Albuipierque. LEGAL NOTICES Territory of Now Mexico. ' lliee of the Secretary. I It I I f l ATI: OF OMPAHISOX. I, Nathan Jaffa, Secretary of the Territory of Xew Mexico, do hereby certify that (here was tiled for record in this ofliee at ten o'clock a. in. on tho F.igh'.h tiny of June, A. 1). 1911; Certificate of Amendment to Articles of Incorporation or Tin: m:v mi:xho m:i.TY syx ihcati; Cliaiiglnx Name to HO.Mi: MOM) AMI LOAN COMPANY No. ih:i:i. and also, that I have compared tha following copy of tho same, with tho original thereof now on llle, and de clare it to lie a correct transcript therefrom ami of the wholo thereof. (liven under my hand and the Grout Seal of the Territory of New Mexico, at the City of Sant.'i Fe, the Capital, on this Flghth day of June, A. JJ, 1911. NATHAN JAFFA, (Heal) Secretary of New Mexico. I DHTII ICATi;. Territory of Ne.v Mexico, County of P.ernullllo. ss. W. C. (lestreleh mid Win, F. A. Gierke, of Albuiiuenpic, Nevr Mexico, being first duly sworn, upon their oaths say: That afllaiits are the Presi dent and Secretary-Treasurer respec tively, of the New Mexico Itealty Syndicate, a corporation, duly organ ized and existing under thn laws tf tho Territory of Nc Mexico; That nt a meeting of the Hoard ot Directors of said corporation, held on tho 27lh day of May A. 1. 1911, tho following resolution was Introduc ed, and being pul to a vole, unani mously passed: AVherens. the Hoard of Dlrectorm of Ml FF THIN uiiii i ii i u i unit The Home V V ? ? will serve z Chicken t V V V V V V V t V ? Y ? Sunday From 5 to 7;30. Good Music while you eat. Dinner x 25 cents. Everybody Invited. the music. You have no idea how we appreciate those nice little calls for Glorieta Beer But our pleasure is only an amateur performance com pared to the satisfaction derived by you when you get the goods. Phone 57 or 58. Southwestern Brewery & Ice Co. ! Albuquerque, the New Mexico Itealty Syndicate, a corporation, organised and existing under and by virtue of tho laws or the Territory of New Mexico, und having its principal place of business in the city of Albuquerque, New Mex ico, having deemed it advisable for good und Bufllclent reasons to change, the namo of the said corporation. Now, therefore, be it Itcsolved, ley the Hoard of 1 Mcc tors of tho New Mexico Keally Syndi cate, that Articles One of tho Arti cles of Incorporation of the said New Mexico Itealty Syndicate he amended and made to read as follows; to-wit: "The namo of tho corporation is and shall lo "HilMU HOND AND LOAN COMPANY." That Immediately upon the passage of said resolution, said Hoard of Di rectors Issued a call for a special meeting of tho stockholders of said corporation, In uccordunco with thb provision of Its Hy-ljiws, to convene at t p. in. June 2, 111 11, for tho pur pose of taking acllou upon 'ild reso lution; that at said special stockhold ers' meeting, held on tho date afore said, more than two-thirds of all out standing stock was represented and voted in favor, lif the amendment contained In said resolution. That the principal place of business of said corporation has been moved from Its former location 313-314 Oc cidental Building, Albuquerque, New Mexico, to Its present location, rooms 2 and 3, Stern Pluck, Albuquerque. New Mexico, and that V. C. Oestrelch has been designated as the statutory agent therein and In charge thereof and upon whom process ugainst the corporation may be served. (Signed) W. C. UKSTIiKICII, "WM. F. A. (ilF.KKK. (Corporate Heal.) acknovli'ik;mi:nt. Territory of New Mexico. County of P.crnalillo. ss. On this seventh day of June A. i. 1911, before mo appeared W. (.'. Oestrelch and Win, F. A. Gierke, to mo personally known, who, being by me duly sworn, did say that they are tho President and Socrctury-Trensurer respectively, of the New Mexico Iteal ty Syndicate, a corporation, of Albu querque, New Mexico, and that thft seal affixed to said Instrument is the enrporato seal of said corporation, STOP LIMPING & Py using- William's Foot Comfort. 25 cents The Williams Itlne Front Oak and Maple Polished Flooring Builders' Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. 1st St. GROSS, KELLY & CO. (Incorporated) Wholesale Merchants, and Deal ers in Hides, Wool and Pelts Navajo Blankets, Tlnon Nuts, lteans, Chill, Potatoes and Other Nfc- live Products Houses at Fust I -as Vegas, N. M.; Albuquerque, N. M.; Tucuraearl, N. M.; Pecos, X M.; Logan, !s M., and Trinidad, Colo. t J Y t f a fine Dinner Evening i t Come and listen to No. 205 West Gold Ave. V New Mexico and that said instrument wag signed and scaled In behalf of said corpora tlon by authority of its Hoard of Di rectors, and said W. C. Oestrelch and Win. 1'". A. Gierke acknowledged said Instrument to be thn free act and deed of said corporation. In testimony of which I have here unto set my baud atiU afflxud my of flclal seal the day and year tlrst abnvo written in this certificate. (Signed) GEOKGK R. CRAIO. (Notarial Seal.) Notury Public. My commission expires Nov, 20, 1913. AFFIDAVIT. Territory of New Mexico. County of Ilernnllllo. ss, W. C. Oestrlech and Win. F. A. Gierke, of lawful age, being first duly sworn, depose and gay: That afllants uro the President and Rocretary-TreaBurer respectively, of the New Mexl o Itealty Syndicate, a corporation, organized and doing bus-" Incus under tho laws of the Territory of New Mexico and having its princi pal place of buslners in the city of Al buquerque, New Mexico; That at a special meeting of the stock, holders of the said corporation, held June 2, 1911, called for tho purpose of taking action upon the resolution, passed by the Foard of Directors of said corporation on the 27th day of May, 1911, relative to a change of tho corporato name of said corporation more than two-thirds of all outstand. Ing stock of said corporation was rep resented and unanimously voted In favor of the amendment as contained in said resolution above referred to. (Signed) W. C. OHSTIlfclCH. WM. F. A. OlEHKH. Subscribed ami sworn to before mil this 7th day of June A. I). 1911. (Signed) G FORGE It. CRAIO. (Notarial Seal.) Notary Public:. My commission expires Nov. 'JO, 1913. Kndorscd : No. 0833. Cor. Uee'd Vol. fi, Page 114. Certificate of Amendment to Article of Incorporation of THE NliW MF.Xieo UK A LTV SYN DICATIS changing Name to IIUMK I!( iNI) AND LOAN COMPANY Filed in of lice of Secretary of Novr Mexico, June S, 1911; 10 8. ,m. NATHAN JAFA. Secretary. Compared C. F. K. to J. O. LOOK PLEASANT W e guarantee It to do the work. Price at Drug Company 117 W. rVntral. Restaurant