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At The Playhouses
At the Tulane Theater, beginning
Sunday, "Experience," George V. Ho
bart's modern morality comedy
drama, will begin am engagement of
one week, with matinees Wednesday
and Saturday, and will be presented
here by William Elliott, F. Bay Com
stock and Morris Gest. This drama
is one of the most successful of re
cent years, and in every city where
it has been presented it has met with
a tremendous success and has been
endorsed by the clergy of all denomi
"Experience" shows the adventures
of Youth-the average young man of
to-day-who leaves his boyhood home
to go out into the great world and
win success in the turbulent ways of
life. He begins his journey with a
pure heart, an innocent mind and a
soul inspired with high and noble
purposes. Soon he meets Temptation
-the temptations that beset every
young man when he leaves the pro
tection and shelter of his paternal
roof to take his place in the busy
marts of trade and commerce. Youth
sccumbs to the allurements of Vice
until he finds himself on the very
brink of crime and the lowest degra
dation, when he is recalled to a sense
of better things by hearing the words
of a hymn which brings back to his
mind tender recollections of his dear
mother and his boyhood home. Youth
turns from his follies, retraces his
steps and courageously begins life
anew with Love, Hope and Ambition
guiding his footsteps.
A noted critic has said "It is almost
impossible to describe the play; it
must be seen to be appreciated." The
characters are personifications of vir
tures and vices and are known ac
cordingly. The story is really fasci
nating and it is told in a way that
holds the audience in wrapt atten
tion from the opening of the first
episode until the close of the tenth
The scenery is the acme of stage
settings, and the producers, William
Elliott, F. Ray Comstock and Morris
Gest, has especially selected the cast
which will appear in this city and
which will include Leonard Doyle,
Duncan Penwarden, Leona Hogarth,
Beatrice Benton, Mae Paul, George B.
Miller, Fred Mosley, Marie Sinclair,
Leota 8inclair, Jennifer Sinclair,
Alice Palmer, Irene Palmer, Julia
Cobb, Gertrude Dustin, Harold Bur
nett, William Dupont, George Berry,
Lillian Armstrong, Aldesh Wise,
Molly Adams, Bernard Craney, Axel
Olson and others. Each member of
the company was chosen because of
their special fitness for the role they
haLe to play. The comliness of the
yung ladies is said to have set a
new standard of girlish loveliness for
the stage. The young women repre
sent distinct types of beauty and the
wserwUs were assisted by a commit
tee of wdell-own American artlps
wbere the ladies of the cempany were
Jperlemae" is called the ,most
wnderful play in America and it
urves to bring out in a most striking
manner the lmeson that the seduc
ties of the Primrose Path are as
Dead Sea fruit-fair without, rotten
14. N.G. C. THEATRE.
Priday Night' Progrm
"Little Eve Edgarton," featuring
Srai saend Herbert Rawllnson. A
aert eat Intrest, beautti tl
tos bi m
"Mr. Jarr Takes a Night OS." A
At Moderate Prise
Phrt of zellsve Pattrm.
Mademe Silk and Knit Crav
a-telmney Vest -Glom, ls.
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A Sultable Christmas Present
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VI ACTUShI SAY3 AL tl.
Insects and miie ecanee damage
elethi pecaked in eedat. Besidee,
it tpewfea roe a p"leassat
oedr ef the wedt em hand
sowme in evy deta, ' lertnieS
sm d earaes wIlt tract.
varie t Muse fme, al ern
make heam i ale Came is
and leek over oner stck Ba. Mall
orders given immediate ttet
IR. PUKOF _ _ -- -
3O6 Dauphlndae St. L-"= ,, ri W
Bakery and Confectionery
Is LAst c- 4c Lal --I~c Ii 4-lt sh
PIm rmoifm Iw crr.
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Vitagraph production of the usual
high class. You married folks don't
fail to see this mirth-provoking ilm.
"Musty Suffer" in Spliced and Iced.
"The Princess' Necklace" a delight
ual tale of fairyland with picturesque
scenes, graceful characters and quaint
dwarfs, is the leading feature of a
Conquest program. It is followed by
"The Muzzling Billboard," a Sam
Lloyd comedy. A quaint scenic des
cription of rural English towns; "The
Brook," expressing the various moods
of Tennyson, author of the poem of
that name; "Woodcraft for Boys," a
timely exposition of life at a military
academy; "Shipping Live Fish," pho
tographed at a New York Acquarium,
showing a new method of shipping fish
and "The Blind Fiddler," a mythical
story of a fiddler's disappointment
when his sight is restored. It also
shows the fiddler's delightful reveries
while he is blind.
McDONOGH NO. 4 ROLL OF HONOR.
Eighth Grade A-George Rau.
Eighth Grade B--Evans Mahoney,
Gerald Cooper and James Stafford.
Seventh Grade B-John Cieutat,
Eugene Le Boeuf, Beverly Legendre,
Hilary Schroeder and Ed Newell.
Sixth Grade A-Mat Crawford,
Hugh Lilly and Roy Keenan.
Sixth Grade B-Irvin Campbell,
Louis Fernandez, Horace Harris, Lee
Steele and Mark Hynes.
Fifth Grade B-Scholarship: Alvin
Le Blanc, Lee Menge, Royal Williams,
Joseph Susslin, Leonard Chauvin,
John Curran. Charles Willis, Roy
Hingle and Charles Sadler.
Fourth Grade A-Scholarship and
deportment: Jos. Sutherland, Geo.
Zatarain, John Hann, Sidney Andre,
Ethelbert Lagarde and Charibs Terre
borne. Scholarship: Alvin Leathen,
Maurice Thibodeaux, Elmo Voegtlin,
Harold Treadaway, William Entwis
tie, Collie Mangano, Charles Gerrets,
Chester Camus and Julian Humphrey.
Deportment: Richard Perasmdes.
Fourth Grade B-d-cholarship and
deportment: Frederick Kraemer, Jas.
Higgins, Victor Clentat, Wilson Bar
rett, Emile Legendre, Aloysius Ser
pas, Charles Ramelli, Ease West,
Frank Youngblood and Herbert Tr
han. Deportment: Walker Perron,
Joseph Perron and Walter Mildentels.
Third Grade A-Maurice Davis, Ar
mand Delcal, James Faheres and
Third OGn!0 B-Fler Armitage,
Walter Labseen and Arthur Meunch.
Second Grade A-Morris Bodenger,
Vincent Tranth, Russell Gilder and
Second Grade B-Tracey Lilly,. Fer
dinand Bodenger, Harold O'Brien and
First Orade A-4cholarship and
deportment' Howard Evans Dan
Church, Ben Drlekuen and Nougle
Richard. Deportment: Clinton Whid
den, Leroy Cooper and Herman Laog.
First Grade B--Harold Bourgeois,
Hugh Cobb, Milton Covell, Albert
Brodtman, Julius Messner. Elbert
Rose, Everett Ramsey, Alian 8hort,
Charles Soulant and Floyd Brune.
McDONOGH NO. 4.
On Friday afternoon, November 23,
the faculty and pupils of McDonogh
School No. 4 were honored by the
visit of &argeant Charles W. Taylor
of the United States rmy sad Wesley
F. Youngblood of the Navy. Both
young men are residents of Ddtrott,
Mich. They spoke to the boys and
Wied to impress oupe them the value
of being good and ofr bering. because
of the influence It has on one's later
life-especially if that be a mitary
At the concusion of this talk, whise
was thereughly appreclmted, the au
dience sang "America."
Miss iLmbeth Kelly, the prineipal,
then thanked Mr. Taylor d Mr.
Youngblood for the eourtesy they had
rshown, and in doing so volead the ap
precatlesn of both teachers sad pupils.
li tHE FINISHED LIST OF SOLDIERS
t (Continued from page one)
ENLISTED MIEN WHOSE AD
d. DRESSES WE HAVE BEEN UN
ABLE TO SECURE TO DATE.
Leonard Aubert, 1018 Verret Street.
O. D. Bertrand.
a Lawrence Cox, 606 Verret Street;
y Ed Chapman, 400 Vallette Street; P.
u Champhbene, 340 Eliira Avenue.
" Chris Path, Bouny Street.
'. Heider, F. Heider.
y Eugene Lafavre: Legendre, Peli
can Avenue and Vallette Street.
h James McCord, 159 Eliza Street.
O'Rourke, 525 Seguin Street.
Ed Pettigrove, 340 Belleville Street.
Wm. Quinn, 320- Bermuda Street.
Fred J. Richards.
J. Schroeder, Slidell and Teche
Streets; P. Shanley; Shafe, Sixth
Thompson, Bouny Street.
P. E. M UNTZ, Secretary.
MARTIN BEHRMAN, Chairman.
BELLEVILLE SCHOOL NOr1ES.
Many little fingers are busy pre
, paring specimens In Domestic Art
and practicing Domestic Science, so
. that they may have a chance for the
blue ribbon at the exhibition to be
given December 17 to 22 at Belleville.
It is hoped that some of the boys
also will exhibit specimens of their
* WORTHY POOR REMEMBERED.
Belleville committee has been busy
receiving the names of the worthy
poor of the district through reports
of sympathetic pupils. Yesteday
the same children brought baskets to
the needy homes. The committee
r. this year consisted of Miss Ella
Rees, chairman; Misses E. Skimng
ton, Ethel Rhodes and Ruth Petti
". Yesterday exercises were held by
I-the kindergarten and in the after
noon by the elementary seheel. The
Sindividual badges dt the P. a A. L
were distributed. Pupils whose ever
ages in scholarship, conduct and ef
fort were at least 8. and who made
, the required records in all up relay,
goal throwing and running were the
ones to receive the badges. A very
Spleasant program was given.
I Every day a little concert is held
In the latter part of the recess pe
Irlod, in which pupils who care to at
'tend are given an opportunity to hear
the music on which the music
memory concert will be held in Feb.
ruary. In this concert twenty of the
sixty listed pieces will be played and
i the contestants will be expected to
t name the composition, the composer
and give the character the piece.
Three individual prises , $10 and
$5), one prize for the-Hlgh and Nor
mal Schools and three for the best
school record will be given.
A group of seveteen Belleville
girs attended the. Junior Philhar-.
monic Concert last Saturday to hear
the Indian maiden, Planesquel (Pleat.
nlag Cloud), tell of the Indian people,
Sexplain their arts and mode of life
and sing their ongs. The group of
r pupils took out a group ticket, so
Sthey expect to ittend the other eight
eacerts which will be given by this
Ssociety this seen..
Miss Cranme was not ill o diptlh
i ~t but la Orippe. 8he returned to
s chool last week, much to the happl
nos of her ppils. ,With equal re
gret they saw her beceme ill again.
SShe is ow oen the sick list.
ADOlPH MTETR 80HOOL
The regular maonthly meetig of
the CoOperatisve Clab will be held
on Wledeeday, December 5, 1917, at
2:15 p. m. All memhabers ad these
partIcuiarly nterested in the wet
tare of the school are invirtaed to be
present A speeial feature e the
meetlin will be a address by a m-.
ber of the PrsIdents OOperative
The beaner for the best attead
aee duarln the past weh wos
awarded to the fifth rads.
The mreult of the _weekly ll I
test is as follows:
fth drese A---trestt blmteeer,
Grace Comaboa, tl~a Gllich, Chn .
Amith end Willard Walker.
Fifth Grdse -Irm A lAreag Ruthe
Jelte Otalanotto, JenIe C(ar and
erth Gade A-Thel W11i4
Parl Hymel, Ora rewan Vera Zonk.
FPrank Imwe adEl h Orundr
Wpath Grade 5--.rek neas and1
wri seats t asr on,
lea-e, LnM& t T. W.n Tohn
ea , 'K" lml, nlnm. K
Memr w, lmae, bq .O
ma Z umy U
I on Monday, November 26, at 7:30
There was a large attendance and
- those who had attended the Red
- Cross Conveaton on the 22nd and
23rd instant had much of interest to
relate. From all accounts the con
. vention was both educational aad in
spirational in its effect.
Ten new names were added to the
roll, which brings the membership up
The record of work arcomplished
during the month is 150 garments
and 38 sweaters. Of these last 25
were sent to headquarters, 25 more
will be sent over on Thanksgiving,
and in another ten days 50 more will
TFhe knitting class now numbers 42.
The call from the chapter is for
"more and more sweaters," there
fore the urgency of still further in
creasing the number of knitters is
We regret to announce that the
opening of the surgical dressiags
class is again postponed until fur
ther notice. This is made necessary
by the new regulations governing the
instruction of branches recently
adopted. These new regulations are
now being prepared and will be sent
out by the Gulf Division of the
American Red Cross to all branches
within a week or ten days.
ACT 1OF ICORPOnATIOE
OF BRAUD IHARDWOOD LUMBER CO.,
State of Louisiana, Parish of Orleans, City
of New Orleans.
Be it known, That on this, the 20th day
of the month of November, 1917, and of the
Independence of the United States of Amer
ica the one hundred and forty-second, before
) me, Charles F. Fletchinger, a notary public
duly commissioned and qualified in and for
the city, parish and state aforesaid, therein
residing, and in the presence of the wit
nesses hereinafter named and undersigned,
personally came and appeared the several
persons whose names are hereunto subscribed.
who declared that, availing themselves of
the provisions of the laws of this State rel
ative to the formation and organization of
corporations, they have covenanted and
agreed, and do, by these presents, covenant,
agree and bind themselves, as well as those
Swho may hereafter become associated with
t them, to forrm themselves into a corporation
for the objects and purposes, with the name
and under the stipulations following, to-wit:
Article I.-The name and style of this cor
) poration shall be Brand Hardwood Lumber
Co., Inc., and by said corporate name it
shall have and enjoy succession and exist
enace for a period of ninety-nine years, un
less sooner dissolved, and shall have all the
rights, privileges and immunities which are
now or may hereafter be 6ranted by law to
corporations of the same kind and character,
and under said corporate name it shall have
the power and authority to contract, sue and
be sued, to make and use a corporate seal
the same to break or alter at pleasure, and
to make all necessary rules and regsnltions
for its corporate nsanagement and control.
Article lI.-The domicile of this corpora
tion shall be in the City of New Orleans,
Parish of Orleans, State of Lonisiana, and
citation and other legal processes shall be
served upon the Secretary, or in case of his
absence or inability to act, upon any other
of-cer of the corporation.
Article III.--The objects and purposes for
which this corporation is organised and the
nature of the business to be carried on by
it, are hereby declared to be: so manufacture
hardwood and other lter, and the products
thereof; to buy and sell timber, timber lands,
lumber sad other foret products; to acquire
by purhase or otherwise, and to own and
operate, saw mills, planing mills, and other
manufacturing plants germane to its busi
ness; to acquire by purchase or otherwise,
and to own end operate logging roads, tram
ways, skidde.s, tug boats, bares and other
water craft in connection with its said busi
ness, but not as a common carrier; to own
and operate commisaries for the sale by
retail and to do and perform all such acts
and things connected ith or appertaiin
to the manufacture and sale of lumber and
other wood products as are or may be ger
mane to the objects and purposes above ex
Article IV.-The capital stock of this cer
poration is hereby fixed at the sum of five
thousand (*S,00) dollars, divided into fifty
( shares of the pr value of One Hundred
(*100) Dollars each, all of which hadM be
cosnon stock, and the amount to which the
capital stock may be increased is hereby
fixed at the oua of fty thousand (30,e0)
Dollars; the said stock shall be issued only
for cash or in payment of property or ser
vices actually received by or rendered to
ssaid corporation; aid stock shall be fully
paid for at the time of its issuance and
thereafter be an-assossw e.
This corporation shall commence business
and become a ng concern as soon as the
whole of its live thousand (1P,0 Dollars,
of capital stock shall have been secAmribed
and paid for.
The parties to this ast hereby declare that
they s.bscribe for the ml. er of shares dof
the apital stoek od mid esepaortion, set op
peels, their a ms siatus herm. o
the original shectiri
Edwart L a e of the mid ub.
ecribers a the eatent of Feewty-seven shares
of the capital stock of said cersrtie, in
fall ?ayment and liqudation of said sub
rip5o dM herkby convey, transfer, a
Set d overn and deliver to this er
pration all of his right, title and isaterent
in and to those two eertoin timber contracts
deeribed a follew:
R .k l the right, elam, isle sad is
tteM eequmied by E, ,. amd fne C. P.
adeh In sad to that eosia eatet dated
October 4?, M, between W. 8 1-demo
of the dInt pet, and A. G. Ittle ed th
rty t nterest of the aid A, 0
ea sstract beia -aeigno thu
o Yart a , and. te inats. *
litJeAs Lumber & Mand ua. Ca e.
i esuve edto .Cbs. . s on
rigs,, .awhich 5 nbac hrsae with a
shod es ofr a utr, t e , eR
4 ent d las ea s the Pes
_eoed: AU . '** tie. -
tsess 1 the sl ad rd n ad a
tat cetsais et.et dated Oct .0 a
betwen A. G Little and J. T. Csey, 1.
. Sexton and Geeog W. C~eoilngts th
r to which cotmet have b variou
traud, the oriinld onmoat hes ed fo
Dy. Clerk an K-odie .Secoder, at Cow.
lngboa on Nh 9, ]13?; mid esatr ea.
poraie " is se,anon with the rea
amfaresad at she m of Dosty-oya
or ohs ha pewst s
Si , ada Bbvdhs
wia~d w ~i~·~r
; . ic~llrrS d_~~k ~ N
0 resolution adopted at a regular called meet
ing of the Board, or a meeting attended by
all the members of the Board of Directors,
such resolution being adopted in advance of
d the pledge or hypothecation.
Article V.--AII the powers of this corpo
ration shall be vested in and be exercised
Sby a Board of not less than three (3) nor
more than seven (7) directors, as determined
in advance each year by the stockholders
at the annual meeting. Each director shall
be a bona-ide stockholder, and shall own
b at all times One (I) full paid, non-pledged
share of stock. The first Board of Direc
tors shall consist of:
Edward R. Braud, Nicholson, Mississippi;
I John T. Clolinger, Nicholson, Mississippi,
Ahomas B. Mobley, 735 Union St., New Or
leans La.; Clark W. Storrs, 7227 llampson
St., New Orleans, La.; Byrd W. Mobley,
The lsrst officers of the corporation, with
their addresses, are as follows:
Edward R. Braud, Nicholson, Mississippi,
who shall be President.
John T. Clolinger, Nicholson, Mississippi,
who shall be % ice-President.
Thomas 1 - Mobley, New Orleans, Louisi
ana, who stall be Secretary.
Clark W. Storrs, New Orleans, Louisiana,
who shall be Treasurer.
The above Board of Directors shall hold
othce until the first annual meeting in Feb
ruary, 1918, or until their successors are
elected and qualified. Each succeeding board
shall continue to hold office for one (1)
year or until their successors are elected and
r qualitied. The persons to be hereafter elect
ed directors for subsequent years shall select
from, their own number, a President. Vice
President, Secretary and Treasurer. The
Board of Directors may from time to time,
and as the business of the corporation may
dictate, combine any two of the above offi
cers in one and the same person.
3 On the second Tuesday of February of
each year, unless the same should fall on a
legal holiday, then upon the next following
lay day, the stockholders shall elect a board
of directors for the ensuing year. The board
of directors as well as the officers already
installed shall continue in office until their
successors are elected and qualified. The
election of directors shall be by ballot and
the persons receiving the majority of votes
Scast shall be declared elected. For electing
Y directors, or for any other purpose each share
of stock shall be entitled to one vote, wheth
er present or by proxy, but no fractional
share of stock shall be entitled to vote. A
c majority of the directors voting at any
r one time, in person or by proxy, shall be
required to pass any resolutions or adopt
any by-law, and which, when so adopted,
shall be come valid, corporate acts. In case
I of vacancy on the Board or anonsgthe offi
cers from any cause the remaining members
of the Boa d shall have the power to fill such
vacancy. Said Board of Directors shall have
the power to enact such by-laws, rules and
regulations as, in their opinion, may be nec
essary and proper for the management, oper
ation and control of the business of said
Article VI.-Notice of all meetings of
stockholders held for the election of direc
tors, or for any other purpose, shall be given
in writing by the Secretary and may be
served personally or deposited in the mail
t addressed fifteen (15) days before such meet
ing is held, and directed to each stockholder
at his last known address, as the msme shall
ppear upon the books of the corporation,
oaless said aotice is waived in writing by
all of the stockholders appearing upon the
books. At all meetings of stockholders a
majority of the votes cast shall be sufficient
to elect and decide all questions voted upon,
except for the alteration, amendment or the
dissolution of the corporation.
Article VII.-This act of incorporation may
be altered, amended, or modified, or the esr
poration dissolved by a vote of two-thirds
an amount of the capital stock represented at
a general meeting of the stockholers, called
for that purpose, after noticp as provided in
Article VI of this charter; and in ease of
dissolution of the corporation the stockhold
ers at such meeting shall elect three (3)
Liquidating Commissioners, who shall have
.atire eharge of such liquidation, with au
thority to sell and dispose of the assets of
the corporation, and to all vactncies occmur
ring in their number.
Article VIII.- stockhelders shall ever
be held liable or responsible for the con
tracts or faults of the corporation, in any
further smn than the unpaid balance due the
corporation on the shares owned by him,
nor shall any mere informality in organiza
tion have the effect of rendering this char
ter null, or exposing a stockholder to any
liability beyond the amount of his uspaid
Thus done and passed at my office in the
City of New Orleans, on the day, mouth and
year Arst beiabeffere writtes, in the pres
ence of Frances Seialer and Roy Wille, oem
petent witnesses, who hereunto sign their
names together with said .ap ters, and me,
the notary, after readi d the whole.
Original is Sined: i. t. d. Nichol.
son, Mis., N ;iI T. S. sr ;, Ne
Orleans, 735 Usioa, One share (); J. T.
Cleinger, Niclaee, Miss., one share (1);
C. W. Stores, New Orleans L, I., HRamp
se St., One share ().
Witnesses: F. Eisler, Roy Wille.
CHAB . I FLTCHINGIR, Not. Pub.
I the undersigned, Recorder of Mortgages
in and for the Parish of Orlens, tate of
Louisiana. hereby certify that the above and
foregoing Act of Incorporation of Brand
Hardwod 4ambher GOe, Ise. was this day
duly recorded in my office in Book 121, fo
New Odeans. La. Nov. 6, 1917.
(Sisped) EMILE J. LEONARD, D. R.
A Tmre Copy.
lAs a W3,M nT lt G . Not. Pab,
Nov 2 Dec 6 Jan 3
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SUNDAY, Dec. 2-"Wild Sunme." Triangle
Marger Wilson. 5 parts. "His Precious
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Pathe News of the Wold'e War, 1 part.
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