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Where and When They Meet and Ad
dresses of Their Officers.
Sts. John Lodge No. 153
St. John Lodge. No. 153, F. and A.
M., meets every Tuesday evening in
Masonic Hall, corner Olivier street and
Pelican avenue at 7:30 o'clock.
Louis Acker, W. M., 721 Patterson;
F. W. Sadler, S. W.; Edward Dosler, J.
W.; Gaorge Hebert, Jr., treasurer; L.
J. Peterson, secretary, 518 Venet street;
W. Senat, tyler; H. S. Manson, S. D.;
Thomas H. Regan, J. D.; W. H. La
busen, M. of C.; C. A. Sutherland,
chaplain; J. M. Couget and B. H.
Horne, stewards; George Herbert, Jr.,
Crescent Lodge No. 3.
Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P., meets
every Friday night in Pythian Hall at
R. Chestnut, chancellor commander;
L. J. Burton, vice chancellor; A. S.
Covell, prelate; J. B Babin, master of
work; C. Berthaut, master-at-arms; E.
E. Babin, keeper of records and seal;
George Lecourt, master of finance; L.
J. Peterson, master of exchequer; C.
Miller, inner guard; Louis Martin,
outer guard; J. B. Babin, grand repre
sentative; L. J. Burton, alternate; C.
Miller, janitor; F. E. Babin, organist;
E. J. ltothe and J. B. Babin, general
relief committee; R. Chestnut, J. B.
Babin and C. Berthaut, committee of
nine; Louis Peterson, Dr. C. V. Kraft,
and L. J. Burton, trustees; Dr. Jno.
A. Rupp and Dr. Chas. Gelbke, physi
clans; E. J. Mothe, undertaker.
, Virginia Lodge No. 136.
Virginia Lodge No. 136, K. of P.,
meets on the second and fourth Mon
days of each month in Pythian Hall at
7:30 p. m.
Il Voegtlin, chancellor commander;
Andrew Stecklin, vice chancellor; A J.
Besson, prelate; W. Cuny, master of
work; L. F. Gisch, keeper of records
and seal; A. F. Kauffman, master of
exchequer; C. Krogh, master of finance;
H. Munsterman, master-at-arms; W.
Goodwln, inner guard; J. B. Thorning,
outer guard; Shade G. Smith, grand
lodge representattive; A. J. Beeson, al
ternate; 8. G. Smith and L. F. Glach,
general relief committe; 8. C. Smith
and H. Myers, trustees; John Barrett,
undertaker; Dr. J. B. Pollock,. physl
elan; S. 0. Smith and W. B. Owens,
joint entertainment committee.
Order of kastern Star-St. John Chap
ter No. 38.
Lt. John Chapter No. 5-Meets oan
tae secuad d fourth Mondays of
eask smoth in Masonic Hall, at 7:30
Mrs. A. Smth, worthy matron, 625
Bdlevile street; A. A. Sperler, worthy
petrefa; Mrs. Nellie Reynolds, associ
ate matron; Mr. Florence Amuedo,
eondectress; Mrs. Lillie Goodlett, as
soeate eouaduetress; Mrs. A. Burgis,
Neeet, ar Bay ouystreet; Mrs. 8.
!therland. tresnarer; Mrs. Margaret
Arnld, Adah; Mrs. Mary Cary, Ruth;
Miss Maui Tufts, Usther; Mrs. Viola
arkis, Martha; Mrs. A. Brbin,
leeta; Mrs Josephine risch,
wr~ r; Wa. Lueas, sentinel; Mrs
List Borden Lplant ; Mrs. A. Van
deien marshall; Miss Olga Nel
Oreag reve No. .
Omruas Gravr No. --2em a che
rt ant third Thursday of each month
a. IPhiaa Hall, 7:21 P. m.
os mith, sea rdsa a Benl
KU.Mea stretM . a3. sealstant
k; Ama Vanserlnde. , pust sear
Stm Mary a adviso r; Hattle
e,_a2,tO 1u 0. Smith, at
a , l 3. Casno, chap,
b' it$ a . mrnest PoNloek physician;
*pg n Meek,n' Ier sentnel; Mrs.
i~ ; usen , uater sewtinel; GOra
IPgitP. Sn- bhrt san ad H earl
` emma visagrus7i Sea.
Anenaia Fusemsarnak eremses
gi , r agbemry:
£hi g time . as ai Sma sreet.
ib . Wrar. M . . n tr tt
The Cynic, who had been speaking
earnestly for some moments, finally
came to a stop and looked at the
"After all," she murmured dreaihtly,
"what is love?"
"Love?" repeated the Cynic vaguely.
"Oh, love-love is a concrete name
given to many abstract emotions.
Sometimes it's the frame, and some
times it's the picture; and sometimes
it's just-Just a spasm round the
"I'm afraid you really are a Cynic,"
said the Siren regretfully.
"A Cynic," said he gloomily, "is a
man who knows everything, and un
derstands nothing. Thank you."
The Siren looked dubious, but nat
ural kindliness of disposition kept her
silent. "How," she demanded present
ly, "can one be sure that one is in
"That," sighed the Cynic, "is the
eternal tragedy of life."
"That one can't be sure?"
"No, that one always is sure."
"I don't see that that's tragic," she
"Ah, but it is. Though ignorance
may be bliss, when it becomes knowl
edge it's tragedy."
"But knowledge," argued the Siren.
"A phrase," he sneered, "taught to
cheerful fools by gloomy philosophers.
The only wisdom is cheerfulness. A
thing is what we think it."
"You're frightfully-what's the
word?-enigmatical," said the Siren
pathetically. "I wish you wouldn't
be. You're so deep, it's like talking
to a coal mine."
There was silence for a few mo
"You haven't given me my answer
yet," urged the man.
"I'm trying to think of it," answered
"If one only knew what love was!"
said the Siren plaintively. "Does it
lead to a union of hearts or a dissolu
tion of marriage?"
"Neither," replied the Cynic. "Love
is a footpath leading to everywhere;
or, if you prefer it, it's a porchway
leading to a house that's just as big
as you think it is."
"For a beginner," said the Siren
distrustfully, "you talk with a good
deal of authority."
"Love," be explained, "differs in
that respect from other sciences. We
begin as experts and wind up as
"You mean, then," said the Sirena
to whom love was an art and not a
science, "that you don't really know
anything about love."
"On the contrary," said the Cynie
patiently, "I have just been to some
trouble to explain to you that I know
"H'm," said the Siren doubtfully.
"Well, let's take marriage.
"Mad we got as far as marriage?"
she broke off to inquire. "Well, any
how, marriage is akin to love, and
we'd got to that."
"Some people say marriage means
taking from both and giving to neith
er; halving one's joys and doubling
one's sorrows. Of course, that's the
selfish point of view," she admitted.
"From any point of view," said the
Cynic, "marriage is selfish. Both par.
ties receive so much and give so lit
"They say," resumed the Sirea re.
Seetively, "that marriaes are made
in heaven; I'm afraid they're mostly
made for export, though."
"On the contrary," objected the
Cynlc, "all true marriages are livred in
"But marriage is so--so definite,"
ehe smid nervously; "one word, aad
map-It's ljust trap."
"QOalte as olti it the bait"
"Do you think sort Why is it pe
p] do maryt"
"The modern srl," mi the Cynle.
livi ap to his reputatlo, "appears
to marry bcause she wants to mlear
boew to cook; the young mas bocUse
he'satrald e his landlady."
"Mo, bat seriously."
Sersl, the womitan marries be.
erase she wants to be tabs care of
ad the man that ha may have some.
body to respect him. Th are both
doomed to dlmippolntmet; in a ew
months It's the man who gets takes
are of, and the woman who ets the
"Do yrou mean," demanded tihe Sis,
"that a woman aever respects her ha
"Not I she loves him."
"Not?" NR voie becna e almoet
shrill "Not, did yes amy"
"Yes. A woman may sometimes
loe, r asetlme rapeot hpr has'
bad but an't do oth. It is
waean we love stremt we only
raepeat It is oue at the aompesas.
tious of nature that the wesahlin
shoud love eerythins in th Sfht
a Ife-expt the me thing worth
winning. The streag ma may tened
a natl., but not a nally; may de.
sam a millie. heartha, but never oe
, hh- owe. Te e, the sweetses ao
du t is to ether, the btterses o
There was sileme fsr a omeet.
"What is year nswer!" ai the
Was. "WI yeu marry mal"
"BDn-4 t I respeat ys,," she if
tored, hr eyres davry wt lsere.
"A wcasa shouldt always resect
her lver; it is her hqbd she should
AMENDMENT TO CiATERI
NUW OtUtUAI WO .o U &m, a D
Iuia 8m a I ao· elo. uu
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He was a son of the house. But he
lound her most alluring enough in her
stiff gowns of cotton, the badge of serv
Itude pinned neatly in her hair.
Home for a long vacation, it pleased
him to have some one close at hand
fair enough to make pleasant love to.
Stray halt hours passed quickly so.
The girls he met in his mother's draw
ing-room seemed to him strangely dull
and colorless after cheeks as round
and red as hers.
Now and again the folly of such a
flirtation passed before his mind like
a cloud before the sun. He had no in
tention of ever letting it become more
than a flirtation. Sometimes he took
himself to task for breaking a simple
girl's heart. He was quite certain with
In himself that sooner or later he
would break her heart. He would have
been surprised had he known how lit
tle did she think of him.
True, the thoughts in her head
buzzed busily as the bees among the
wall flowers, but they had no connec
tion with the holiday making son of
Pretty red brown girls in subordi
nate positions are so used to being
kissed that they may be forgiven for
growing cold and indifferent to the giv
ers of the kisses.
When, on her afternoons out, she
met him walking with a girl whom it
was common gossip he rather wanted
to marry, it was shyness that made
her dart suddenly behind the kindly
protection of a hedge-not, as he
What she did think was that per
haps she might yet attain the long-de
ferred wish of her heart through him.
The next time he found her dusting
an already dustless room, and flung a
careless arm about her, she made bold
to ask him.
He stared at her in astonishment.
"You want a silk gown?" he repeat
ed after her. "Whatever for?"
She raised her eyes to his. So blue
were they that he thought of warm
June skies. "For Sundays," she fal
tered, "when Jim takes me out."
"And who may Jim be?" inquired the
son of the house, frostily.
It was her turn to be astonished.
Jim was her young man, of course, and
she wanted to look nice when she went
out with him. Jim thought a lot about
clothes. And there wasn't a girl in
the village who owned a silk dress.
He listened frowningly to her quick
words. The pretty red-brown girl, it
seemed, had no intention of breaking
her heart over him. More, she was en
gaged to somebody else. A sense of
annoyance rose suddenly in his breast
-more, for the first time a sense of
desire at the thought of losing her. He
bent forward suddenly and touched
"Ill give you all the silk gowns you
want child," he said, "and anything
else besides, if"-he looked into het
eyes-"you'll give up Jim."
The hot color rose to her cheeks.
She looked at him, then away. "Oh!
but I couldn't, i couldn't," she pro
He laughed annoyedly. "Be a sensid
ble girl," he told her. "Better take the
silk gowns, my dear; they will serve
you better than a country clodhopper."
"I love Jim," she said, stolidly.
His will fought to crush hers. In
earnest now, he told her what he
would do for her, how he would take
her to town, of the gay times they
would have, of theaters, all the lures of
She looked at him steadily, seeing,
perhaps, Ln imagiation all the spleu
did things a man like him could give.
She was only a housemaid with a love
for pretty clothes. For a mement she
saw herself gorgeously as a fashion
plate In her favorite pattern book.
Por a moment she hesitated. Perhaps
she saw instead a cottage and a hild
nd love. Be that as It may, suddmnl
she turud away.
"I love Jia," she said aga.
Tbhe son of the house wasa sports
a. He knew when ho was beaten.
He sautered carelessly to the door.
Whn he nache it he pesed and
leoceed M Lnd
"You shrll have your a lk ow, my
dear," he alled to her,.
She wore it at her weddig tree
Poeplatie @ the Oase.
A strlkdi proof of the vastness ad
tlety of the poplation of the ma
1 furalnhed by the results of ample.
rtios madebl a commattee of the
melootal department te Brtish
Aloeaulo In that part the rW
a surroa td the Isle e Man.
Ot eo em* thoeusad species of ma
sl satiels collected 34 never be
fore had beea found a that regin, U
wre previosly uamw as ahrabl
tants o British waters sad IT we
eatirely new to selene teindeed, they
Georgia lawyer (to eoirsd priSes
r)-Well, las, so you wat me to do.
Sad you. Have yo say monu T
rastu-Net but Te got a male
and a few chickens and a hog or
N•w, let's see; what do they aemue
yor satealing? -
rastu--.O, a mule ad a ew
erlehsma ad a hae or twi.
s'msasl e ers d seeasr a .tso
-at t asb t e str et aw O
Wtu at l at uas sdhb
mthae eel epasmo darde
'Yhseaau masi ms atth
"I never can understand why a wom
an wants to keep a room as dark as a
"And I never can see why a man
can't read a paper without having
every blind in the house wide open!"
Sunday noon-a cloudy Sunday
when Paul had felt too tired to go to
church and Frances had gone alone.
Returning in the state of readiness for
irritation that often follows spiritual
uplift, she found her husband in the
parlor, haloed by tobacco smoke and
encompassed by Sunday papers. Every
shade was up to its full height, every
curtain pushed aside.
The sermon had been on "The Sins
of the Tongue." If it hadn't been for
that Frances felt she could have said
volumes as she went about the room,
straightening curtains and shades. As
her efforts narrowed the light which
fell on her husband's paper, he looked
up with some annoyance.
"You make it so dark I can't read,"
"There's no sense is having every
thing sprawled wide open like that. It
makes the house look horrid to have
the shades clear up to the top of the
Then came the remark with 'which
this began and Frances' retort. With
the words a recollection of the sermon
flashed into her mind and she shut her
lips tightly and stooped to pick up the
"Here, I'll do that," said Paul, ris
ing lazily. "But what's the sense of
picking them up before I've done read
"They look so untidy!"
There's no one here to be hurt by
It except us, and I certainly don't mind
"And I certainly do!"
"I beg your pardon. Of course, if
they don't suit you they must go!"
"Do just as you please! I don't care
how you keep the place!"
And Frances left the room with dig
nity, her head very straight. To go
to church and say your prayers and
come home feeling happy and good,
and then to be met by a thing like this
the moment you got into the house!
What was the use?
Like a profane echo came the mur
mur from the room she had quitted:
"Oh, hell, what's the use?"
Prances stood still Should she go
upstairs and cry or go back and laugh.
Then-Vas it the sermon or the
swear?-she began to giggle. That
saved the day. She dropped into a
seat on the bottom step and broke into
a shriek of laughter.
"Hullo! What's the matter?" from
"It's so funny! Here I come home
feeling pious and prayerful, and lose
my temper the first thing and scold,
and you swear! Say, Isn't it funny?"
"It that's the way you look at it-"
"Well, it s! Leave your old papers
all over the room if you want, and
put the pesky shades out of the win
dows if you like. I don't care! I'd
rather have any old mess than a row.
Let's be comfortable!"
Paul made a circular grab at his pa
pers. "They may go hang for all of
me! I thought you were going .6
"Well, Im glad to know how to
break up a weep. One little 'eus
word' worked the cure. By George, Im
glad I married a good sport!"
BEARS HAVE LITTLE CHANCE
Method ofa Hunters in India MIle
Capture a Game Thry Go After
I ar les method of mapturing wm
bear. i employed in certala parts 0t
Idie. our or five sturdy mm are
armed, two with lo spears mue
barred a the handles close to the
sharp twedged blade, sad two or
thre with ten-oot bamboos a whtek
the eds are smeared with bird ime.
Thus eqipped and lading several
po-werl dogs, the hunters sally forth
a her or so before dawn. The
Pa alun the base of the bills wih
the frh morang win bklowag a
bro the plants below.
ba the huaters be luck", it i
t lng before the Srew dgs wi"
th- bear, sad thbash the dogs a tlis
spe-is hunt setly, their tralalag
oa the leash informs their owners thaI
The dogs a slipped sad disappear
In the semlarhness. Seem their
raring ad growling sa toe that
bthey have found the ami. The hm.
era rna up to the spot where the bear
i stkts wtith e does.
The me with the tamed poles pos
the bear in the rlkbs ad adartly twt
the ens its l ha ir, tkhus helM
i t me eamb aunk. The ermen
Semse ti e oth eaa tO nepeed
It is saMid that a party of eperlmuad
ma with good d ogsev fal to e
eawe the bear a this way.
"1e yes tu.k your wife to the baes
"Yes," repled Yr MeY,. .
I"ib he aJoy It" ./
'"oYbart e it. Se tou t te
waste a good del t re mralB
aruned the lo, bat she thoaght the a
memab wi thb t u res were rse
drwl ra L
eas fe mte d oa f this sat; emstmet
s se a * make asa se- a euer
ate se te as- a* trek atar easa
a c idr b sam mmemt a
li- o ao" the heedd debeaturee sad
other resrittles of any railroad or other cor
poratlon and In respect of any and all of
suech shares, bonds, debentures or other se
curities to, possess and exercise all the pow
ers of Individual owners theerof, including
the right to vote thereon through such agent
or agents as may be appointed by the Board
of Iirectors, (except the business of stock
Jobbing, which is hereby expressly excluded)
and to exchange the property belonging to
this ci,rporation, for such sharies, boLnds,os debL
entures and other securities, without any
further authorization from the shareholders
of this corplration.
And said aipqearer re4qucted me, notary.
to take cognizance of said amendment to thle
orignal et of incorp ration and to have
the sa:ee promulgated and recorded to the
end that It be hereafter read into said char
ter In the same manner as though it had
rl kinally coiltalued in the act, all of which
more fully apptears by reference to the certi
Iled clpy of the tninutes of said stockhold
r.'s meeting. annexed hereto.
Ti'huse dlone anid lasedl In mlly offi'e In tile
ilty of NcW Orlaeas on tihe' elte tirst alove
wrltten, in tlhe presence of It. A. Sa4lv:ant
a11i E. il oward Mct'aleb, competent wit
'esses who hatve si,-ned with said appearer
anId me. notary, after reading of the wihile.
tOrigin.ai shl"ned) OTTO T. MAIII.
hR. N1. SIAIANT,
i:. iil)VeAIll) M3i'.ChEIB.
ARTIIUI' B. LEOIOILD.
I, the tunllerslggncl. recorder of mortceages
in and for the pa:rish of Orleans, state of
Ilulsianll , do hereby certify thal t thle alblve
. ind forel'goinglL act of Illncorporiation of the.
NeT, I rleans, Fort Jacksoan nind Grand Is le
itaillroad comlnpany was atnendedt and was
Ihis day duly recorded in my office in lbook
le,. ,. folio 361.
New trleana, .Ttulyt :i1. 112.
In le'd): EMIE, I.EONAR.D, D. R.
A true oIpy.
lIecorled Parish of Pilaquemines on tills
eighth day of Auecist. 1912. in M. O. B. No.
4, folio 479, of this iarish.
C'lerk of Co'urt.
Recordeld Parish of Orleans July 31. 1912,
in Mortgage Office Hook 10535, folio 3:61.
(Si~,ned) EMfII.,E LEONARDi, D. R.
autg 29 sep 5 12 19 241 oct :3 1912
Canned Swear Words.
Another vocal trouble comes from
Hungary. There a gramophone deal
er has been so annoyed by the sing
Ing of the girls In a dressmaker's
workshop that adjoined his room that
he filled one of his Instruments with
swear words and set it to work when
the girls were all assembled at their
labors. The defense that he was only
"testing new records" did not save
him from having to pay damages. He
would have found It cheaper to buy a
Original of Sam Weller.
The original of Sam Weller was
Sam or Samuel Vale, who was well
known as a London comedian who
acted in the farce called "The Board
nag House" and subsequently at Cov
eant Garden theater. Sam Vale was
noted everywhere for the Wellerisms,
such as "Come on, as the man said
to his tight boot." 'Tm down on you,
as the extinguisher said to the can.
die." "Where shall we fly, as the
bullet said to the trigger," and "Let
everyone take care of themselves, as
the donkey observed when dancing
among the chickens." Sam Vale died
Pupils and the School Clock.
High school pupils do better work
when their eyes are not fixed on the
clock. This opinion was expressed
unanimously by the school board yes
tsrdayafternoon and a proposal to put
a clock In every room in the city's
high schools was abandoned.--t.
Paul Pioneer Press.
Generally Their Own pault,
Those who are contatly lamuentlag
their ill luck are often, In some way
or other, reaping the consequences of
their own neglect, mismanagement,
Improvidence or want at applicatlia.
Tse Much Is Eeugh.
"Don't you want to join na sad e.
form public affairs?" "Law, -nol"
plied the quiet woman "I've had trom
hie enouh reforming one man, let
alone a whole polltical pa,y."
Never to tire, never to pow cold, to
be patient, sympathetic, tender; to
look for the buddlag lower and the
opening heart, to hope always; like
God, to love aiwa i-thl s dutry
mortue unaided prevails over the
plans of one hundred learsmod me.-
"I sppese It's trieM" sie Miel
Wels, "that the haimrs o mo's hea
are numbereTd. I knoew ght this is
the elghtw4arth eoe 1re lost sle.
the mille ot AprL"
OF AUTOMOBILE OWNEL " PIROTWCT.
UNITED STATBES OF AMERI,C TATELL
OF OUISIANA. PARtIH or OSLEA1NS
,CIty OF OPIEANs - I
Be It w, Uthat oa this, the twenty.
seveath.day of the month t July, Ia the
re"r slastee hundre sd twelve (1912,
betoe me, Beeahnd I. reand maetary -
lie, d fo~r the peraui Ofrs ,l
of Imesin, duly ommssomed ad _qul
o and ia the pres wltaesa ere.I
I er un adersigned, Peresll
came sad appeared the ev pe
whop ames are herate sbrid who
severally declared that avail ves
of the laws o this state Ia oc ears ade
and providi ml artlarlyr of the sio
oirns of a e n ti telolhlat of 8 thi
state, known as act No. T8 o the seslo
of 100i, thy do b these prents, evemt,
aste u bind the msels U well - oelc
shall he t "Atmble Owers' Protct
ite As eeolst n" Its dmle sb Ile h ai
the city et New Orleno, and it shall have
ad enjy orcesl under its eorporate
ad after the te h and ashlI have
It dshaH hesa bsoe at ones; It sball
*poeor to eautrcet, -e ead be uesd
In ai eorporn in to s uend se
a eorprte sel, and tde seme a Jter at
as th _Ins of sell
oreratsma eurme; nld to =mie eadl
eboab h by-lawe, ru"I ml s ula-,I
trel of the 511 rof m and eat
- . I Irl
•rr th "~"CLXp
If YOu oeapd On
a SI"wing ,Machine
i16 Canal St. New
Beer Brewed in New Or
brewed to suit the clip
That is why
Is Best -.
: ~~-- -- -- _-- __-_- -__
DEALBR IN THE CHOICEST
Beef, Veal, Pork and M
St. John's Market.
George G. Brunss
Funeral Director and Embalm, 4
E43 MORGAN STREET. PHONE,
Dealer in High Class Food
Ceeking Utensils, Liqers of All klndi. Al Iklde
Feed Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, OGela,
TECHE a SUDELL AVL PHONE,
GEORGE J. PETER
Pittsburg Coal and Coke,
LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD
Yard and Office: 82S SeugIn St. Residece 41
PHONE, ALGIERS 454-W.
wit : To acqulre, ainatatn and operate a
garage, for the storage, cleaning, polishing
and general care of automobiles and all
other kinds of auto vehicles, to buy, sell,
lease and exchange automobiles and auto
vehicles of all descriptions, as principal,
agent or on commissioo; to construct, main
tain and operate a complete machine shop
for the repair of automobiles ; to both man
ufacture and assemble automobiles, auto
vehlcles or any of the various parts there
of ; to buy, sell, lease and exchange all char
eacter and kinds of personal property, wheth
er the same be specially identified with the
automobile busisne or not, and particularly
tires, lubricating oil, gasoline, varnishes,
paints, and automobile accessories; to main
tain and operate, for hire tal-ecabs, auto
mobiles and auto-vehidles; to organise, con
duct, maintain and pate a school where
intrtion shall be ve in the operating
and repair of atomobiles; to acqure by
purchase, lease or otherwise all real estate
and to b, sell, lease, erect, construct and
maintain l such building as may e
deemed prper, necesmsary pede, t ore
gage in aY bnly m, wether or not the
same be incidental to that speelally men
tioned herein v such buiness be not
speciallyr e tetth law.
The capital stock eofthis corporation is
hereby ixed at sum of one hundred and
ffty thousand ($150,0 0) dollars, divid
ed no three themni (8,000) shares of
fiftr (o 00) dollars e e in cash,
or its equvalent, the . of directors
d and the e rporatln is to begin
-us= s as seen as twenty-Ave thousand
(ba2,000) a s e the capital stock
has- been nbserbed for. All shares of stock
shall be fall paid and ne-sseaa ble. No
transfer of estck -e bi nding on the
company unless eeseded upon Its boobs,
and made In purmance of charter and
by-lawm, No transfer or mi of stu s hall
be made any perts without eesva y
of eullg the sawe at the e priest, the
to be theitt Meawrt toa e batrdl of
dirteors, at b e neIger of shares of
Treedo _ e. obema--dey fir the
samne, a the mie o t e oes making
sac ofer; n eack optis shal be granted for
.a petted net tn than twenty dye, u
mss the beard Gra di ers unanimously
t thenaag ei dad cntro l of
bulr o t s inl st tnudk exaerised
S .r _S ° ) amjesttof the dtree
tor shallu cttate w s for the tos
action of all busness the directors shall
be elected annually by the stoekholder on
a stckhmoe r shoel b entitled, itn per
or astc or by I ro a l el~ecti
ions as my e de sio d by thaoe beard ofr
- The board of directors thus elected dsll
con ne In ae fo one year, and until
their sueesser have been ray elected aend
qualified. Any vnc errag on said
Its elecon , nomtiat a t ofI on en
conferrd te he ad o.
tr ' bar d of ! r Ir shal have
poer fini d aifr time to
the~ and peeer, by fe far1
S managemesnt of the
su,"e = srad ee
:ti ·~-lraa,~H__ of
the members of the
provided for, and
iammediately elect tIh
charter. Al d
elected, shall terve
This act of ls
modified or altere_ "
be dissolved with the
represented at e
for that parpes aot
days written soesi e.
gve through the
stockholder at 1i lt
Idenee. In am of
tion of this charte •
holders shall eleet
year shall be
the afari of the
the death or
lag commlislones haM
No stockholdr of
ever be held Ilbue
debtednesm or faults
sem than the usanl
poration on the smai
shall any informaliy
the effect of reutdst
of exposing a
beyond the amount of
due on his stock.
Failure to hold
provided for In the
the election of dl
time specified shafl
of this charter, ad.
tonr shall hold their
cessors are elected.
Thus done and
the City of New
and year first above
of Peter R. F'erfra
have signed their
parties and me, sea* ,
of the whole.
I, the undersoled
is and for the unl
Loulslanas, do her
and foregoing set of
was htls day doll
bqck 1O,. folio -.
correct cipy of the
tie, with the assu
toether with the
dar of Mort ag e
M fne and i
mu d d