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George G. Brunssann,
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
-43 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 6686.
GOOD Union Saloon.
C01 MOREAN STEET . set
COLD "" IETO""" "-
B EER Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
and Tobacco. UNION BEER
Theo. J. Lala,
Dealer in High Class Food Products
Cooking Utenslls, Liquors of All kinds. All kinds of
Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Grain, Etc.
TECHE " SLIDELL AVE. PHONE, ALGIERS 60.
GEORGE J. PETERSON
Pittsburg Coal and Coke
LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD
Yard and Offloe: 828 Soeuln Street. Reeldenees 421 Pelloen AcV
PHONE. ALGIERS 454-W.
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WEDDING BOUQUETS AND
Can Supply You Promptly
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838 Canal St.
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Where and When They Meet and Ad
dresses of Their Omficers.
8TS. JOHN LODGE NO. 153.
8ts. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A
M., meets every.Tuesday evening in
Masonic Hall, corner Olivier St. and
Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock.
W. M., Shade G. Smith, 625 Belle
vWie t.; S. W., Fred H. Gait; J. W.,
Adolph Spitzfaden, Jr.; Treasurer, Geo,
Hurbert, Jr.; Secretary, L. J. Peterson,
518 Verret St.; Chaplain, C. A. Suth
erland; Tyler, W. Senat; Stewards,
W. Lucas, J. M. Couget; S. D., A. W.
Lucas; J. D., E. Dosher.
CRESCENT LODGE NO. 3
Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P.,
meets every Friday night in Pythian
Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Thee. Olsen, C. C.; Roger Chestnut,
V. C.; Jules B. Babin, M. W.; E. E.
Babla, 307 Delaronde St., K. of R. and
IL; Peter Clement, Prelate; L. J. Pet
ereon, M. B.; C. Barthaut, M. A.; C.
Miller, L G.; Louds Martin, O. G.; P.
ter Clement, representative; Julaes Ba
bin, alternate; Louis Peterson, Dr. C.
V. Kraft and F. C. Wagner, trus
tees; C. Miler, Janitor; Dr. Jno. A.
Rapp and Dr. W. H. Weaver, physic.
lasm; E J. Moth, undertaker; E. E.
HALCYON LODGE NO. 65.
Meets second and fourth Thursday
da each month; quarterly meetings,
irst Thursday in January, April, July
sad October, in Pythian Hall, at 7:30
GQstave Peterson, 239 Elmira Ave.,
cheaoellor commander; August C.
Brill, vice chancellor; Geo. W. Stewart,
prelate; J. U. Lewis, master of work;
Win. A. Scholl, 132 Lavergne street,
keeper of records and seal; John
Porsler, master of finance; Frank
Henning, master of exchequer; James
O. Stewart, master-at.rms; J. T.
Hughes, inner guard; J. T. Stuherland,
outer guard; Jos. Hughes, Sr., grand
lodge representative; James O. Stew.
art, alternate; Dr. J. E. Pollock for
Algiers, Dr. C. P. Gelbke for Gretna
sad Dr. W. B. Clark for New Orleans,
Jno. A. Barrett, under
VIRGINIk LODGE NO. 138.
Virginia Lodge Na 136, L of P,
ment on the secmnd and fourir Mon
days t each month In Pythian Hall at
T:3 p. m.
hneellor commander. W. B. Ow
m 440 Elmira Ave.; vice chancellor,
3. Vestlln; prelate, J. Pendas; keep.
a record and seals, L P. Oibch, 538
WLrs avenue; master of ezehequer,
.IL Aeker; manster of fnance, 8. 0.
8m--; mautert-arms, A. J. Beion;
laer gsrd. W. Goodwin; outer suard,
G. . Ireic; srand lodge represents.
ska . . mh;: eternatm e, A . F.
mnIA ; pysclan for Algiers, Dr.
a L A. lpp; wr MeDonoghrivlle and
Iea.s Dr. W. . Weaver.
ORER OF uASTrERN STAR.
STS JONN ONAPTER NO. U.
Sts. John Chapter No. 35-Meets on
the second and fourth Mondays of
each month in Masonic Hall, at 7:30
Worthy matron, Mrs. Eleanor Nel
son, 323 Bermuda St.; worthy patron,
Mr. Arthur Lucas; associate matron,
Mrs. Amelia Smith; secretary, Mrs.
Augusta Burgis, 528 Bouny street;
treasurer, Miss Selina Sutherland;
conductress, Mrs. Jennie Reyn
olds; associate conductress, Mrs. Ele
lyn Corbett; warder, Mrs. Lily Good
lett; sentinel, Mr. John Cougett; Ada,
Miss Olga Nelson; Ruth, Mrs. Flor
ence Amnedo; Esther, Mrs. Erminle
Riehl; Martha, Mrs. May Pollock; El
ecta, Miss Ruby Vanderlinden; chap
lain, Mrs. Lizzie Borden; marshal, Mrs.
Josephine Weaver; organist, Mrs. Vi
i ola Huckins.
ORANGE GROVE NO. 9.
Orange Grove No. 9-Meets on the
first and third Thursday of each month
in Pythian Hall, 7:30 p. m.
Amelia Smith, guardian, 625 Belle
Lizzie Borden. clerk, 549 Vallette
Street; Via Demuth, assistant clerk.
Anna Vanderlinden, past guardian;
Mary Jacobs, advisor; Hattie Tufts,
banker; Shade G. Smith, attendant;
Louise B. Casanova, chaplain; Dr. J.
Ernest Pollock, physician; Marguerite
Capdevielle, inner sentinel; Josephine
Mock, outer sentinel; Grace Pruitt,
Emma Short and Ida Hymel, managers;
Gertrude Back, organist; Jno. A. Bar
rett; E. J. Mothe, undertaker.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA
Meets on the first Wednesday of ev
ery month at Renecky's Hall at ':30
p. m. Julius Hambacher, president;
John Sprada, vice-president; George
Brunasann, treasurer; Frank Kraemer,
435 Bouny St., recording secretary;
Philip Esinger, financial secretary;
John Kinsinger, 233 Seguin street,
chairmah of sick committee; John
Teteberg, chairman of widow and or
phans' committee; Peter Bensinger
and Theodore Duverth; William Oden
wald, marshal; Dr. M. J. Manent, phy
sician; George Brunssann, undertaker.
Address all letters and communica
tions to Frank Kraemer, 535 Belleville
WORKINGMEN'S UNION AN BE
"Meets every third Wednesday of
each month at Pythian Hall.
John Schroder, Jr., President, Ope
lousas Ave. and Ntinez St, or Court
Louis T. Willis, Vice President, 615
C. E. Hildebrand, Treasurer, 435
B. A. McCloskey, Recording Secre.
tary, 433 Bonny St.
H. R. Babia, Financial Secretary, 112 1
G. G. Brunssann, G. M., 243 Morgan
P. Gauthreaux. Sergeant at Arms,
808 Belleville St.
Ed. Lawton, chairman of Relief Com
mlttee, 437 Opelousas. t
Dr. J. RI Adams, plician.
0. . Bruansamn, undertaker, 243 1
Morgan St. 1
Knights of Honor
ALGIERS LODGE Ne. 264.
Algiers Iadge No. 250, K. of B.,
meets every third Tuesday of each
month in Renecky Hall, corner Val
lette and Patterson streets.
Ch. FP. Fetherling, 8.*P. D.; Chas.
W. Brodtmamn, dictator; Albert R. 1
Woolf, vice dictator; Patrick Hartnett, e
asitant dictator; Chzas. H. Brownies, -
reporter; J. D. Richard, financial re
porter; Thos. A. Rhodes, treasurer;
lIbert Bourpei, guide; W. A. Nelsoo,
chaplain; Aaron Johane, ;guardian;
L C. Murphy, Seantinel; Chas. F. Path
arelin Patrick Hartaett, ad Aron
By R. W. KEENAN
Copyright by American Press Asso
I went from America to South
Africa, leaving my wife and children
at h vne. I was run down in health.
discouraged and felt that the only
way to pluck up courage and get on
my feet was to light out, leave all
cares behind me and strike a new
field. My wife's father-an excellent
man, by the way-agreed to take care
of my family till I could send for them
or return to them restored in health
I left America sick and disheartened.
A man sick is usually a man disheart
ened, and when he is obliged to go
away by himself to recover his health
he feels as if the bottom has droppted
out of his life. 1 never expected to see
my family again. However, the sea
voyage helped me, and by the time I
reached Africa I felt able to do some
thing for myself.
I went to work in the Kimberley dia
mond mines, where I learned to tell a
diamond when I saw it. no' matter if
it was in the rough. One day in walk
ing across a field I saw one and recog.
nized it at once. It was as big as a
small English walnut and about the
same shape. I pounced upon it, look
ed it over and, sure I was right about
it being a diamond, put it in my
pocket. Even if of a poor grade it
would make me rich.
I made utip my mind to return to
America with my find. So. procuring
a little chamois skin bag. I put the
diamond in it, first marking my name
on the bag in Ink. Then I took a tra-
eling wagon for the coast.
There were half a dozen of us trav
eling together, but only two of my
fellow passengers attracted my atten
tion. One was a big. rough looking
man, who sat beside me, noticeable
for his villainous appearance. The
other was a little man in the garb of
a curate of the English church. He
was reading his prayer book most of
the time, seeming to be only interested
in holy matters, a typical British par
son of the inferior grade, one of those
miserable creatures who for some dirty
work done a lord gets a living, though
this one, being in Africa, it appeared
more likely that he was a missionary
I hadn't been sitting long by the big.
rough man, whose accent marked him
for a Yorkshire man, when I thought
of my diamond, which was in one of
my pockets next to him. I clapped my
hand on the place where it should be.
and, lo, It was gone!
I knew it had passed into the pos
session of the Yorkshireman. But
what was I to do? I was unarmed.
and I could see the butt of his pistol
extending from his hip pocket. I look
ed over the passengers to see if there
was one I could rely on to help me in
case I should accuse the man and
claim my property. But two of them
were women, and the men in the
coach, except the two I have men
tioned, were weakly chaps, who ap
peared to have very little stuff in
them. There seemed nothing for me
to do but walt till we got to the end
of the route, keep the man in sight at
all hazards and take my chances for
an opportunity to recover my diamond.
This I decided on and did not show by
word or act that I had been robbed.
The opportunity came sooner than I
looked for it. Suddenly the wagon
was stopped by a single man, who or
dered us all out and to line up. as
road agents do In western America.
Only the curate refused, and he ap
peared to de so from abject coward
lee. Retreating to a far corner, he
begged the robber not to kill him.
The robber threatened to do so if he
didn't get out at once, but the clergy
man only whimpered and covered his
face with his hands. The robber,
transferring his revolver to his left
hand, entered the wagon, seized the
little man by the collar with his right
hand and was pulling him out when
a sharp crack rang out and the robber
fell back out of the wagon dead.
If there was any life left in him it
was knocked out by the carate. who
jumped on him with both feet. I
never saw a small man grow big so
quickly in my life. The next thing he
did was to plant his fist under the
jaw of the Yorkshireman, who, re
covering from the surprise of the epi
sode, was putting his hand to his hip
for his revolver. The big man did not
have time to get up before the curate
was on him, hammering him in the
face with a Derringer. Having stunned
him, he took a pair of handcuaffs out
of his pocket and clapped them on his
"What can I do for your" I asked
of the parson.
"Get things in order to go on. I'm
Jack Sharp of Scotland Yard. This
man was the other's pard. I have been
following him to take him to England.
I saw him rob you, and I knew he was
here to help the other."
I did as he directed, got the driver
Into place, and, finding some rope on
der a seat. Jack Sharp bound the
prisoner firmly. Then we proceeded
on the journey. Sharp took my gem
out of the man's pocket and handed it
to me. I got safely home with it, had
It roand and turned Into eash. I
wouldn't like to say how much money
It brought me, but since I sold it I don't
have to work unless I wish to.
Talk about transformations! When
the sniveling curate changed himself
Inate the celebrated Jack Sharp of Scot
land Yard I saw the quickest one on
"imM Psay is urious with a.t
"He pubished the sanmounement or
r approachings weddin under the
olumn headed ,sate Enasements*"'
An Unusual lend.
Mrs Dorkl s sniffed the air.,
"John," she said, "that smells iha a t
Mew ind of tobacco."
"You small forty ditfernt indst
obacco, Maria," explained Mr. Do-l
kia "I burnt a hoale la smong L
abeat juat now "-CbhMean b AIs
Th Sifes lanet.~
Mecz. h wits pae, oe
3. ilspe iut;Veu, .0
mils;earth 1.10 m es
The Sefta garnetTee
There is but one spot in the wotid
where the bergamot tree can be cult!- i
vated with profit, a fact of earns im
portance, since its essence is Indispen-l
sable In the manufacture of numerous
perfumes and medical preparations.
The spot referred to Ia Regglo in Ca
Rabria, that extremity of the Italian
peninsul which Is famliarly k~nown
as "the toe of the boot-"
peathered CentenarIan. i
A crow shot in Germany. bore on Its
leg a ring having a date over one hua
dred years ~ago
WP THE 5- REtTiLERI & CO. BUSINESS f
AND STOLX CLUE.
TNfiTUD STinS' OP A'MNRIOAL, STahTE
OU lUSBINA, PAmtSH 0 FORLEA?4S
05 lUnISIANA, PABLISH 05 ORLEISNB 'j
mlth month of .53rll, La the year f ot
4itenee themaud sine hundred delvna
I~ tsd psnarrer o tie Unite Stattess
tdera the heaed s~ad thleJ~tv-Sth,
before me, Josiah Gross, a Notary Public.
duly commissioned and qualified, in and for
this city and the Parlsh of Orleans, thereli
residing, and in the presence of the wit
nesses hereinafter named and undtlersigned.
personally came and appeared: thie partils
whose nlames ar-' hereunto sublscrib, l. all of
full ace and residenli of tiris Ipari-h. who
declared that, availing themselves of thii
provisions of Act .*i of I%, of Louisiana.
they have covenanted and agreed anai by
thesel plre.ents covenant and are., and hind
themselves, as well as sucilh oither lpersons
as may hereafter bet.,lnome a:sociatedil with
themrn, to form anid con-,titite a corporartion
and bodly pollti in law, for the pirploes anml
objects anid ritler the stipulation;, articth.s
and conditions, follosinc, tisit:
Tihe name andi style of the said corpor.
lion shall be the ".. Ilutth r & i'o. Ilu ,intes
ant! Stock Chlb. Limited,l. anu its donitcle
is hterIby established in New Orleans. Loulri
ana, and under Its said corporate name. slbt
corporation shall have power and althority
to contract. sue anid hlie sued, to mti:rke ant
Iuse a corporate seal and the samlne to hreak
or alter at Ipltasure, to hold. receive. h .iv,-.
purrrhase. Improve, aliena.te. 'onivet. sell,
borrow. pledge. mnortgage and hrypltthecat.
under its said lcorporate namei,. prope rty.
reill. personal and mixed, to nameni. anl a;p
hp*int all relllnred ofRersI aCgents or .tni
ployees. to make and establish vy-laws, rules
andl retgulations for the proper tlanagc.in.nt
of Its affairs and the samni to :ltitr at pleas
lire and to do all other iaiwfuil acts rn.'"..s
sary to carry out the obje.t: of this corpo)r
S:all corporation. unless sooner disolve-d.
shall rxist and continue nlin'r-ninei yrears
from the date herof. The prresideint, or in
Iis rabsen.e or default, the vihe-prrildent,
shall ibe the prollper person upon whml any
ei:1l p lo'i-s shall tie serv-,il .
The' robjects and purposes for which this
corporaltion is organizdl andi the nat sr.' of
tile tbllness to be -arr,,itl on by it are d'
larted to tie to bluy and sell land, or prop
otrty. and to condiuct 1a g,-neral merc-handi-se
't'he rcapltal stock sha:ll lt. fivey t!lhousand
doll ars. dividted Into shares of fifty dol lars
echi. and the coimpany shall begin birsin.'ss
:is -on as one thoiinul dollars shall hav,
The affairs shall hte mana ged by a Roard
of 1i lirtirs compos.edl of three stockholders,r
Io tie elected try lith stickhohlers annually
hy hallot on the 151.th day of April. or any"
stblseitlliqent day fit'd, by tihe board In case of
no electlion taking place. on said day. Eall
sh:it,. of stock shall Is. entitled to onei vote.
Saidl bo:rd shall havet the right to make
all by-laws and change or alter thIe sanme
at pl.asire. The lirst board shall be com
posed of .:Jack Iuttler. John II. Anldersmn
ant Irwin C. Razile. and shall hold oif.,e
until thie 13th day of April. 191.2. or until
their sui sesrsors art elec'ted and take their
place. They shall electr from among them.
solves a president, vice-presildent and a ser
retary and a treasurer. No ,person shall be,,
tliilhile as director or an officer who Is not a
stoc.kholdler of this company. Vatan,,les oe
icurring hy death or re'signation shall be
filleld by the Brard of Direrctors.
Any stockholter may sell. assign or trans
fur his stock in this corporation by giving
thirty days prior notice to it and giving
them the first privilege of prurchasing same
and all trinsfers shall be malde on the books
of the company at its office and for whole
The lBoard of Directors shall have full
control of the property of this comnpany and
shall so conduct, manage and I-s' the same
as in their discretion they deem tit and con
sistent with the objects and welfare of this
No stockholder of this corporation shall
ever be held liable or responsible for the
contracts or faults thereof In any further
sum than the unpaid balance dire the com
pany on the sharies of stock subscrthed for
or owned by him nor shall any Informality
in organization render this charter null or
of exposing any stockholder to any liability
twyvondl the unpaid balance, if any, of his
At the termination of the charter or bis
-olution of the corporation. thie affairs shall
bie liquidated by the members of the Board
of Itrectors as liqluidating commissioners.
Thus done and passed at my notarial of
fire on the day. moulth and year herein tirst
al)ove written in the presence of John l'ir'rce,
and Louis 1'. ILobre. competent, resident wit
nesses of maijor age, who hereunto sign
their names, together with said parties and
me. notary, after reading of the whole.
Original signedl: Jack Buttlcr. John An
derson. William Howell, Joseph llolllne. C.
W. Butler, I. C. Bazile, L. Ii. tatiste. S. R.
Anderson. John Pierce, L. '. ILnbre. Josiah
Gross, Notary Public.
I. the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages.
in and for the i'arish of Orleans, State of
Louislana. do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of incorporation of the
J. Buttler and Co. Business and Stock Club,
Ltd., was this day duly recorded In my of
ice. In book 1018, follo 583. New Orleans,
Mlay 3, 1911.
(Signed) EMILE LEONARD, D. R.
A true copy:
JOSIAI GROSS, Notary Public.
May 18 25 June 1 8 15 22 1911
OF TIIE NBW ORLEANS AND MISSIS
SIPPI LAND & INVESTMENT CO.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF IOUISIANA. PARISH OF OR
LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be It known, that on this 25th day of the
month of May, In the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and eleven and of the
Independence of the United States of Amer
ica the one hundred and thirty-fth, before
me, Martlin 8. Mahoney, a notary public,
duly commissiloned and qualifiled, in and for
this city, and the parish of Orleans, therein
residing and In the presence of the witness
es hereinafter named and undersIgned, per
sonally came and appeared: Philip A. Dolan,
a resident of Gulfport, state of Misslssippi,
and Michael J. Rooney, a resident of the
city of New Orleans, state of Louisiana,
herein appearing and acting In their capaci
ties of president and secretary respectively
oC the New Orleans and Mississippl Land
and Investment Company, a corporation or
ganised under the laws of Loulslana and
domlciled in the city of New Orleans, La.,
incorporated by act passed before the under
signed notary on the sixth day of October,
A. D. 1906, and duly recorded in the mort
gage office of the parish of Orleans, In book
849, follo 709.
Who declared that at . general meeting
of the stockhbolders of said corporation held
In the city of New Orleans, La., on the 25th
day of May, A. D. 1911, said meettng hav
ing been called In the manner prescribed by
law, for the specifilc purpose hereinatter set
forth, the following amendments of the char
ter of said corporation were adopted by
unanimous vote of the owners of all the
outstanding stbck of said corporation, to
Article IV of the charter of said corpo
ration was amended so as to read as fol
The capital stock of this corporation shall
be and Is hereby fixed at the sum of two
hundred thousand dollars ($200,000.00) dl
vided Into and represented by eight thou:
sand shares (8.000) of the par value of
twenty-fve dollars ($25.00) each, payable in
rash, property or other equivalent and evl
denced by certlficates issued and signed by
the President-Secretary of said corporation.
No certlficate of stock shall be issued un
til the same shall have been paid for In
ash, property, services rendered or other
equivalent and no transfer of stock shall te
elrectilve without first ofering the same for
Speriod of ten days, to the other atockhold
ra of this corporation at Its book value:
iad no trasfer of stock shall be valld and
blndlng on the corporation unless and until
it shall have been entered on the books of
name. Article VI of the charter of msaid
rporatton was amended so as to read as
The oteers of this corporation shall be a
President4lretary ; a Vice~Preldent and a
reasurer ad Until the eleetion first to be
held--under this charter, as hereinabove
provided, the followlng named persons shall
rve as dlirectors, via: .Philp A. Dolan,
ilchaeI . Boo3, y asd IWm imit with
sl Phile 3D. O -m Pars d t
Wmilliam e mita Vleetreleast, sad
Itf you spi d One Ra
Thousand ';Jliars You ea -t
a Sewing 31a, hino 4
--> New Home
I16 Canal t., Ne. Orleansh,
Beer Brewed in New Orleans j
brewed to suit the climate.
That is why
Is Best "L E,,
American Brewing Co.
BREWERY PHONE ?EAIlºN
BOTTLING DEPT. MAIN j
DEALER IN THEN CHOICEST
Beef, Veal, Pork and Mutto
St. John's Market.
chael J. Rooney as Tr.,as'rer.
The for.going amendments and the au
thorlty of the appearcrr herein, will more
fully apt'.ar by r.ference to a duly certitled
copy of the minutes of said stockholders'
meetin~. which is ho, eto attached and made
Said Philip A. DIolan and Michael J. Roo
ney. In their respective capacities, further
declared that they now. pursuant to the di
re-tion of said stockholders' meetin?, re
qure me. notary. to receive said amendments
In the form of this public act. In order that
the same may lie promulgated, published
and recorded: and thus become part of the
original charter: with which reqilest I, no
tary. do hereby comply.
Thus done and passed in my offce at the
city of New Orleans. on the day and date
hereinabove first written, in the presence
of Messieurs Emile Itans.h and William J.
I.amothe, competent witnesses of lawful age,
residing In this city. who hereunto sign
their names with said appearers and me, no
tary. after readlng of the whole.
(Orignal slined, Pult.. A. Dor.LA
EsMtIt RArsAInH. Pres.
Wi..1. LAMoTIEF. M. J. Roo-sy,
NM. S. MAnttoor.T. otary Public.
I. the undersigned recorder of mortgages
In and for the parish of Orleans. state of
Louisiana. do hereby certify that the fore
goinru act of amendment to the charter of
thle New Orleans and Missisippi Land and
Investtment Com.rpany was this day duly re
corded in my offce. In bhok 1019. follo 0C,0.
New Orleans. La.. May 26ith. A. tD. 1911.
(Si=ned) E itin. L,,NR4. IDy. R.
I hereby certify the foregolin to he a true
copy of the original act of amendment of the
charter of the New Orleans and Miississippi
Land and Investment Company and of the
certiicate of the de;,ruty recorder of mort
gages. threto attached, which is on file in
New O'rlans. May 27th. A. D. 1911.
M1 . M.Aturlry Votarpy Public.
,Seal) Jun 1 8 15 22 Jul 6 1911
OF PICOLO, MI'tIIEL & ZIBILICII OYS
TEll & FISHi COMPANY.
May 19th, 1911.
STATE OF LOUISIANA. PARISIh OF OR.
LFdANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Re it known, that onethis, the 19th day
of May. in the year nineteen hundred and
eleven and in the o hundred sa d thirty
fifth of the indepe nta e of the rnited
States, before me, Francis )D. Charbonnet.
a notary public, duly commissioned and
qualified, In and for the parish, city and
state aforesaid, therein residing, and in the
presence of the witnesses hereinafter named
and undersigned, personally came and ap
Vincent Picolo, president, and Ramuel
Michel. vice-president, of the Plcolo. Michel
& Zlhilich Oyster & Fish Company, a cor
poration created by act before me. notary.
May 19. 1909, recorded in mortgage book
950, folio ;31. who declared that at meet
ing of the stockholders and Board of DI
rectors of said corporation, held on May 18,
1911. it was resolved that Article one of the
Charter of said corporation he amended so
as to make the same read as follows, to.
"The name and title of this corporation
shall be 'Picolo. Michel Oyster & Fish Com
pany,' and under such name it shall have
and enjoy succession for a period of ninety
nine years from this date."
And said appearera were further authorized
to appear before me, notary, for the pur
pose of passing an act to amend said Artl.
cle one (1) to carry said resolution into
Sald appearers now declare that Article
one of the Charter of this corporation be
amended so as to cause it to read-as above
Thus done and passed in my ofce at the
City of New Orleans on the day, month
and year above written, and in the pres
ence of Francis ID. Charbonnet, Jr., and
Victor S. Michel, competent witnesses. doml
oillated in this city. and therein residing,
who have signed their names with the said
appearers and me, notary, after reading.
Or!ginal signed : Vincent Plcolo. Sam Mi
chel, Victor S. Michel, F. D. Charbonnet, Jr.
F. D. CHARRONNET,
1. the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages,
In and for the Parish of Orleans, State of
Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above
and foregoing act of corporation, of the
Plcolo, Michel d Zibilich Oyster & Fish Co.
was amended on this day, duly recorded in
my office in book 1018. folio 652.
New Orleans, May 22. 1911.
(Signed) EMIrE LEONARD. ). R.
The above and foregoing is a true and
correct copy from the original on tile and
of record in my office.
(Signed) F. D). CIIARBONNET.
June 15 22 29 July 6 13 20 1911
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