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VOL XXV JANUARY 10, 1918 No. 36
NATURAL GAS FOR NEW ORLEANS
At the meeting of the Association of Commerce on Monday Mayor Behr
man stated that there would be a thorough investigation by competent en
gineers under the direction of the commissioner of Public Utilities as to the
possibility of piping natural gas into New Orleans. This investigation will
be an inquiry whether or not natural gas in sufficient quantities to supply
the present or future demands of the city is available, second to learn
whether the source of supply has been proven according to the best known
engineers and geological methods, third to determine whether the proximity
of the supply presents engineering difficulties in its conveyance to this city.
The Mayor's resolution also asks that the state and federal government co
operate in the investigation lending the aid of experts and to also au
thorize the commissioner of Public Utilities to incur whatever expense nec
essary in order to get to the real facts.
Natural gas for New Orleans means so much to a town of this size
that every industry, every man, woman and child should be using their
united effort to bring about a condition whereby this gas may be piped to
New Orleans. There could be but one obstacle in the way of bringing this
natural gas to our city, and that would be the interests of New Orleans
Railway & Lighting Company, but after a further analysis of what natural
gas would mean to New Orleans anyone might readily see that the New
Orleans Railway and Gas Light Company would be one of the greatest bene
factors from this natural element. The fact that the New Orleans Railways
Companies have already made a statement that they were ready and will
ing to give the use of their present gas mains for natural gas is an indica
tion that the company will not fight the entrance of the natural gas into
our city. It goes without saying that every added industry to the city of
New Orleans means more money to the New Orleans Railways Company
and their interests, and while this corporation may perhaps lose a little
prestige by the introduction of natural gas, its gains in other directions
would be so great as to obliterate any lose they might incur through the
new methods of supplying natural fuel.
There is but little doubt but what the New Orleans Railways Company
will be able to buy this natural gas at such a great reduction from what it
cost them to manufacture it, that they will be able to sell the consumers
the natural gas and still make a fair profit, consistent with the expense nec
essary to operate the present mains and other necessary works connected
with supplying gas.
The introduction of natural gas besides saving thousands upon thou
sands of tons of fuel in this vicinity, at the time when it is so badly need
ed, will also rush manufacturers to this center where they will be able to
manufacture their products at a less price than where they may be presently
located. This is very positively demonstrated in Indiana; when natural
gas was first struck at Muncie, of that state, being a town then of only a
few hundred inhabitants, the gas there bringing to that section within the
next two or three years many glass factories, rolling mills and other indus
tries, so that the town grew with mushroom rapidity until it became in .a
short time one of the manufacturing centers of Indiana.
Let us be hopeful that the feasibility of piping gas to New Orleans will
be demonstrated and that the quality of the gas is of the kind best suited
for manufacturing purposes and that the supply is in inexhaustable. These
three conditions mean a million population for New Orleans before nine
WHY AND WHY NOT.
Germany is using waterproof cardboard coffins, glued together instead of
School children of Chicago are tearing out the pages in their spellers
that land the Kaiser.
A Cornell University student recently ended his life to avoid seeing the
defeat of Germany.
In the interest of economy it is requested that no more rice be thrown
at bridal parties.
The potato crop in the two principal potato counties of Maine last year
sold for $30,000,000. ...
Eiforts are being made to remov e 10c tax on oleomargarine in the
interests of cheaper batter.
Fire causes a loss of $200,000,000 annually in this country-equal to
half the gold and silver mined within our borders.
It is reported that there is a movement in the American Federation of
Labor to depose Samuel Gompers from the presidency.
A Methodist pastor in Long Island City, New York, recently lost his life
while attempting to save two boys from drpwning.
The price of shoes, it is said, will be much lower this spring, due to
simpler styles requested by the National Council of Defense.
The Governor of New York urges shoppers to carry their own parcels
and aid stores in deliveries to relieve men for military daty.
An influaential member of the Russian Duma has just been disclosed to
be a burglar, police spy, informer and organizer of crime.
On 'last Thursday night the pastor
visfted the Delgado Chapel at the
Charity Hospital and held a devo
Baptisms, at Mt. Olivet, during
the past week:
Estelle Lee Sanborn, daughter o1
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Allen Sanborn,
Sponsors: Paul W. Arnolie and Es
telle Vignes, Thursday. Jan. 8.
Luck Jung, son of Mr. and dMrs
Louis Jung of Gretna, La. Sponsors
Leon Lee and Eulalie Lee. Sunday,
James B. Forsyth and Armide
Belson, Saturday, Jan. 5, at Mt
Oyivet Church, at 8 p. in.
Died: Sunday, Jan. 6, Antonio A.
Amuedo, aged 72 years. Interment
Monday, Jan. 7, at 2 p. mn. at Me
Donseh Cmetery. Rev. Sidney L
Vail oficating. "God Himself the
soul wil keep. giving Hs beloved
On Sunday the Reeter presehed
his New YTer sermoe. a misiear
sermem. frme the t$s. 1 C. 14-40,
"Lat ea thlag be dee deceatly sad
Why IO he tl re s far b.b-d
the eu wetld u e of *4 1? The
etSn e eo le s tM wew -
4* wagh The a ft o ver mt * -
et to _ mewei ead mso e
am Aws• e e m t ,n
low morality, the Conde God and
the materialistic heaven of Islam.
God says to the church to-day "Go
forward." Let us determine this,
that the church must go forward un
til her warfare is soaomplished.
To the Nation we will continue to
give our money for War Loans; to
the Red Cross, aid for the sick and
suffering peoples of the world; to
the Y. M. C. A., our help and to
every other phase of righteous war
fare our time, our thought and our
money. Let all things be done de
cently and in order. All these things
are certainly "in order" and like
wise it is certainly not out of order
but also "in order" to give to the
church a reasonable and worthy
amount of our time, our thought
and our money, until the kingdoms
of this world have become, through
the missionary work of the church,
the Kingdom of our Lord and His
The Board of Religious Education
of the Diocese of Louisiana an
nounces a Sunday School Institute,
to be held at St. Paul's Church, par
ish bouse, Jae. 15-18 at 8 p. m. Also
a series of Teachers' Training Lec
tures, to be hell in the Parish House
of the Fre Chureh of the Asaun
esatiea. Subjet '"The Prayer Book
Lesterrs Be,. C. W. 3sm
mIde eai ase
3 Winm'ehC *
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and ready to give you a whole dayful I
of pep and go.
The flavor is wonderfully good and
the aroma-get it?-oh, ma honey I
w Better run quick and get a bright, clean g
* tin of Luziarme while it's there. If you I
don't like it-every bit of it-then your
grocer will give you back every cent you
paid for it. Try Luzianne today and see
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THE 10c LOAF OF BREAD
as required by the Food Administratlon, 8 cts
will be cold by us for - - - s
Phone Algiers 168 922-924 TECHE ST.
C.ectiu, Covrt. C rn.. GC.ad
mo m eme m m eme emme , em m em
Rev. C. C. Wier. pastor, residence
258 Vgllette St., phone Alg. 138.
The pastor has returned, after a
week's absence, and occupied the pul
pit at both services last Sunday.
The congregation was glad to greet
quite a number of strangers.
The text for the New Year's ser
vice, at 11 a. m. was Psalm 90:12. "So
teach us to number our days that we
may apply our hearts unto wisdom."
The call for great activity and con
secration as we go through the com
ing year was urged.
At night the text was Matthew 5:
10-12, "Blessed are they that are per
secuted for righteousness sake: for
their's is the kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are ye, when men shall revile,
and persecute, and shall say all man
ner of evil against you falsely, for
my sake. Rejoice and be exceeding
glad: for great is your reward in
heaven: for so persecuted they the
prophets which were before you."
Sunday, January 6, Charles William
the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Abbott, was baptized by the pastor.
Mr. Mark Abbott and Miss Annie
Bauer were sponsors.
The Boy Scouts held an interesting
meeting Monday night. They are go
ing to invite Mr. ,R. E. Whalin to meet
them next Monday night and give
them some lessons in knot tying. Fri
day night they expect every member,
who is not a slacker to be present.
The first Quarterly Conference for
the year meets at the church tonight
at 7:30. Rev. W. W. Holmes hopes to
have a large attendance and every in
terest of the church should be repre
Services next Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
At the evening hour, Rev. W. A.
Mangham will occupy the pulpit. Ev
ery Methodist preacher in the city
will exchange pulpits with some one
next Sunday. Bro. Mangham is al
ways a welcome guest to our congre
The weather Sunday was better
than the proceeding one, and the at
tendance was back again to what it
used to be. The Bible contest still
holds the interest of the school. The
Juniors and intermediates are tied
for first place. So come and help
your department get over the top or
tome and bring your department up
with the others.
We are now on our way to estab
lish a record for attendance in our
Sunday School. We are after an
average attendance for each Sunday
of 200, therefore we will be more
than pleased if you will come out
and join one of the classes. Every
one counts to make one more.
The service last Sunday evening
was led by Mr. R. E. Whalin, as.
sited by a number of Iaguaers.
The Leaguers were mobilized on
Tuesday evening in order to attend
he monthly meeting of the New
Orleans Conference, Epworth League.
Sunday night will be "Era Night"
and will be led by Mr. Walter Wells,
the Era agent. If you are a Leaguer
and are not subscribing to the Era
please see Mr. Wells and do so. The
subscription price is only 50 cents
and the magazine is one well worth
the money. You cannot be a good
Leaguer and not take the Era, un
less you are one of the "extraordi
Our former pastor, Rev. C. Kue
gele, has arrived at Kickory, N. C.,
and auumed charge of his new
work. A letter recetved from Mr.
Kuagele states that he has charge
of three eherehesb ad has loets of
wort. He ai states that thef ls
auite a let of enow.
3ev. Mehbeham of the eo
aht as usual.
this meeting as the business of the
call of a pastor is very important.
Any member wanting to send in a
name of a pasor that they desire to
have here should send the name to
L. G. Wehert or to anyone of the
voting members before Friday night.
On and after Tuesday, Jan. 8, the
parents are requested to send their
children to catechism at 3:30
o'clock. Rev. A. Wismar will be in
The voting members wish to
thank the Helping Hand Circle for
the donation of the heaters which
were recently installed in our
In the event of sickness or death,
phone Rev. A. Wismar, Algiers 228
or notify L. G. Webert.
8 Arrow Shirt Sale 0
r 1.50 values ............1.15 0
0 2.00 values ............ 1.65
0o 6.00 values ............4.50 0
0 1.00 Cravats .........75 cts.
O MEN'S FXIN'S
t 0 > Pc ae Ma-la. aD 0
00000 Op.. S.6rd. Till 9-30 . N. 00000
A child is somethlng more than a
r plaything. That is another reason
t why It is wise to have a paddle handy.
The odd thing about some of the
conscientious objectors is that nobody
suspected them of having a consmence
Drink plenty of water, advises the
Kansas City Star. Thank heavel,
there's one thing we're not urged to be
Between exempting some fit and
drafttlg some unit a few boards are
having a busy autumn dodging all the
The Stars and Stripes Forever I But
I those who hang out the flag should
remmber that dyes and bunting will
not last forever.
r It may take retribution a loneg time
to get around to those who let food
products rot in the field, but it will
rlach them eventully.
A man appealed to a New York
iboard for exemption on the ground
t that he suffered with "cold feet." He
was frank, to say the least.
The problem of heating a small sub.
marine entirely surrounded by lee wa
i ter may not be without Its seriousness
In the estimation of the crew.
Butter and eggs are not being
Shipped abroad to any great extent,
but perhaps they have gone up out of
sympathy for something else.
The British have captured 480 big
guns since the war started and lost
~ pone, which is a pretty fair percent.
age for a "contemptible little army."
American colleges are feeling the
effect of the war in reduced attend.
ace. In thls ase the absentees are
men of whom the eolleges may he
One man put it epigramatlcaly
when he said the German peace note
did not say anything. and it t had
said anything, would nt have meant
r AZIIDE3NT TO CeARTS
OF LI DOU3GEOIS & DUSK INC.
Umited Sa Amin. State . Iu l,·i
sea, Pari sh & O a Oity e New
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the Recorder of Mortgages in and for the
I'ari-h of Orleans, State of Louisiana, In
It,,k 1157. Foilio -, under date of April
R$, 1')1./ in which capacities said appearers
dr.icllr.!d that, as ill more fully appcar by
rcisee tct.o a certillcd copy of the minutes :
there, ". , ,Ied toi and ml .ile part are ,, a i
-mcc'ni , :i he s:t-ckhldcrs of Le Ilourgeo:m
l& Iu-h. Inc.. was held at the doni:cule of
-aii csir ortion sin the City of New Or
l.an on t:ie 4th day of IDecember. 1917, at
whitch meeti ng there were presenit, :n person
or by proxy. each and every stockholder of
-aid crp),rat n: that at said st mckholders'
:nect:ng. regularly convened, and upon mo
ii: made and seconded, an amendment to
.\rtic:c IV of the charter was prop ,-ed and,
after t l'ue co- nderatmon and approval, was
un1iiniou.lly adopted; that, as will more
fully apperar fro :n the ruinutes of the meet
:oig, Article IV of the charter of the cor
p,*rati,in was changed, altered and amended
• as t read as follows:
Article IV.-The capital stock of this car
Ipration is hereby fixed at Seventy-six thou
.and, live hundred ($76,50) Dollar.., divided
iito, seven hundred, sixty-five (705) shares
of the par value of One Hundred Dollars
O$liº.sit, each. all of which shall be common
'tack, and the same may be issued for cash,
or in payment of property or services ac
tually received hIs or rendered to said cor
This corporation shall commence business
and become a going concern as soon as Forty
Five Thousand Dollars ($45.000.00) of its
capital stock shall have been subscribed and
pIaid for; said stock shall be full paid at
the time of its issuance and thereafter non
The parties hereto declare that each sub
scribes for the number of shares of said
capital stock set opposite their respective
signatures hereto aggregating Forty Five
Thousand Dollars ($45.%4J.00), the same to
be paid for in cash, or in property, or in
chomes n action or notes of a value sat
isfactory to the holders. The Board of Di
rectors hereinafter created is especially au
thorized to dispose of the stock for any and
all of the purposes above stated as in its
judgment may seem fair and proper.
The capital stock of this corporation may
bie increased or decreased, from time to time.
to an amount not exceeding One Hundred
Thousand Diollars ($1W0.000.(0), in accord
ance with the provisions of the law apper
Said appearers further declared that, in
conformity with the action taken by the
stockholders, as aforesaid, and in accord
ance with the resolution hereto annexed,
they have appeared before me, Notary. far
the purpose of placing said amendment to
the charter of said corporation in authentic
form; and I, said Notary, have drafted this
act of amendment, in accordance with their
instructions and the action of the stock
holders, in order that the same may be re
corded and registered in accordance with the
provisions of the law in such cases made
Thus done and passed.at my office, in the
City of New Orleans, State of Louisiana, in
the presence of Roy Wille and Frances
Eisler, competent witnesses, residents of the
City of New Orleans, who have hereunto
aftixed their signatures, together with the
two said appearers and me, Notary, after
due reading of the whole.
Original is signed:
J. C. Le Bourgeois, President.
P. J. STOUSE, Secretary.
Witnesses: Roy Wille, F. Eisler.
CHAS. F. FLETCHINGER. Notary Public.
I, the undersigned, Recorder of Mortgages,
in and for the Parish of Orleans, do hereby
certify that the above and foregoing amend
ment to the charter of Le Bourgeois & Bush,
Inc. was this day duly recorded in my of
rice, in Book 1219, Folio 28.
New Orleans, La., December 5, 1917.
Dy. Recorder of Mortgages.
I. the undersigned Notary, hereby certify
the above and foregoing to be a true and
correct copy of the act of amendment to
charter of Le Bourgeois & Bush, Inc., with
the certificate of the Recorder thereto ap
pended, as the whole appears on file and of
record in my office.
As witness my hand and Notarial Seal, at
New Orleans, La., this, the 7th day of De
CHAS. F. FLETCHINGER, Notary Public.
Dec 13 20 27 Jan 3 10 17
January 2nd, 191&
AMENDMENT OF THE
CHARTER OF THE
CARONDELET INVESTMENT COMPANY
United States of America, State of Louisi
ana, Parish of Orleans, City of New
Be it known, That on this second day
of the month of January, in the year of
our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
eighteen, and of the Independence of the
Unsted States of America, the one hundred
and forty-second, before me, William J.
Formento, a Notary Public, duly commis
sioned and qualified, in and for the Parish
of Orleans, State of Louisiana, therein re
siding, and in the presence of the witnesses
hereinafter named and undersigned, person
ally came and appeared:
Messrs. Albert L. Stewart and Edwin
P. Muller, both of the age of majority and
acting herein in their respective capacities
as President and Secretary of the Carondelet
Investment Company, a corporation duly in
corporated by act before Wm. J. Formento,
Notary Public, for the Parish of Orleans,
La., on January 5th, 1914, and duly recorded
in the Mortgage Office, Book No. 1119 folio
No. 383, and amended as per act-dated April
6th, 1914, passed before Wm. J. Formento,
Notary Public, for the Parisi of Orleans,
La.. duly recorded in the mortgage office,
Book No. 1119, folio No. 747, and domiciled
in the City of New Orleans; the said Pres
ident and Secretary appearing herein under
and by virtue of a resolution adopted by the
stockholders of the said Company, at a
meeting held on the twenty-fourth of De
cember, 1917, a duly certified copy of the
extracts of the minutes of the said meeting
being hereto annexed and made part hereof;
Who declared. That in order to carry into
effect the resolution adopted by the stock
holders at a special meeting of the stcok
holders on December 24th, 1917, after due
notice in writing had been given thereof to
each stockholder by letter mailed to his
last known address and all further notice
being waived snd all stockholders being
either present or represented by proxy, which
resolution was unanimous as will appear by
the annexed certified copy of the extracts
of said meeting;
They, the said appearers, acting as afore
said. do by these presents on behalf of the
stockholders of this corporation, declare, pro
claim and publish the following change and
amendment to Article One and Article Five
of the aforementioned amended act of incor
poration and original act of incorporation,
respectively, for the purpose of adopting the
same in lieu. place and stead of Article One
of the said amended act of incorporation and
Article Five of the said original act of In
corporation, to be henceforth binding and
obligatory upon the said stockholders of the
Company or all others whom the same may
or shall concern; the said Article One of the
said act of incororation of the Carondelet In
vestment Company is hereby amended so
as to read as follows:
Article One.-"The name of this corpora
tion shall he the 'Acme Realty Company, In
corporated.' and by that name it shall be
known and shall enjoy succession for the
term of ninety-nine years from and after
the date hereof, unless sooner dissolved."
Article Five of the said original act of
incorporation of the Carondelet Investment
Company is hereby amended so as to read
Article Five.-"The capital stock of this
corporation is hereby fixed at the sum of
Thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00), which
shall be divided into Ten Thousand dollars
($10.000.00) of common and into Twenty thou
sand dollars ($20,000.00) of preferred. Of the
common there shall he two hundred shares
(200) of the "r value of fifty dollars ($50.00)
each; and of the preferred there shall be
four hundred shares (400) of the par value
of fifty dollars ($50.00) each. The said pre
ferred stock shall be entitled to receive divi
dends at the rate of ten (10%) per cent per
annum payable semi-annually, on the first
Monday of January and on the first Monday
of July of each yp-ars, out of the earnings
of said corporation, before any dividend shall
be aid uon the said common stock and
such dividends shall be cumulative so that
any deficiency in the dividends to be paid
on said preferred stock in any years shall be
made good out of the earnings of subse
quent years before any divildend shall be
itd upon the said common stock. And in
case the earnings of the corporation shall
permit a dividend in excess of said ten
(10%) per cent., so to be paid semi-annmually.
the said excess earings, whtoll or Ia part.
as the directors may deem advisable, shall
he paid lto the eemm skhelders And
on the nasl liquidatioe and distribution of
its amet. arrerers of divldend shall he paid
to the haldea of seth preferred stoek. and
the sharlms ofd pdeevoed eark shell be paid
In fl bef6se any paycnet hll he mde
Sshe nde theem ee ke : but
swhn srwC amees of divrdess and she foee
e*r of su e po4eed waok shall ier
bee pas& t d41m e tv*en shal mesw
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TWO TRAINS TO CINCIINATL
Leave New OrleansJ:lSa.m. 7.10p.m.
Arrive Birmingham .... 6:50 p. m. 6:15 a. m.
Arrive Chattanooga.10:55 p. m. 60:35 a. .
Arrive Cincinnati 9:15 a. m. 8:50 p. a.i
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Leaves New Orleas daily at :0s P. 1.
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