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PITTSBURS MAN INI
Prof. William Albert Ramsey, of
Pittsburg, Pa., a dry cleaning scien
tist of nation wide repute was in Al.
giers investigating in behalf of the
Dry Cleaning business, and was sac.
cessful in locating a man capable of
operating this modern cleaning pro
cess in Algiers.
The advantages of this method are i
to wash garments in soap and water
without wetting or fading the gar
ment, and the merits of this process,
which is noted for its successful
cleaning of delicate fabrics, such as,
silks, satins, chiffons, georgette crepes,
and also gloves, muffs, furs and baby
robes, and men's clothing as well,
are depended upon in every large
city in America.
But it is to be remembered this
sy;tem is to be operated exclusively
by Dorsey, who has gone to quite
an expense to install this method of
cleaning in order to supply this com
nmunity and his patrons with higher
class work, which demonstrates the!
fact that Dorsey appreciates the
patronage of his establishment.
I rof. Ramsey, who is an authority
in this line, a;vise.; all dry cleaning
to be taken to Dorsey The Cleaner
and Dyer, in .order to receive the'
mnodern resultb of to-day.
711 Teche St. Phone 9127
The Exclusive Club helds it regu
lar meeting at the home of Miss
Alden Johnson, on last Friday night.
During the business meeting the
members discussed further plans for
the truck ride which was held last
The club is pleased to note that
Mr. John Leonard has been duly
elected to become a member of this
After the business meeting, refresh
ments were served in abundance and
dancing was indulged in and a good a
time was had by all who attended.
Those who attend the meeting tl
were: Misses Hazel Saleeby, E. c
Daigle, A. Johnson, O. LeBlanc, ti
Margaret Sarbeck, R. Lanaux, S.
Bauman, A. Fellers, V. Caferlo, 1. U
Choate, M. Ponti, Messrs. S. King, a
M. Bergers, L. Fernandez, J. John
son, M. Ryan, C. Balk, W. Holeman, P
K. Saleeby, P. Saleeby, W. Johnson, ti
Mesdames, W. Johnson and Donner p
and son, and many others. a
The next meeting of the Club will
be held at the home of Miss Margie
Blakeman, of Belleville street, Sat
All members as asked to be pres. U
ent. Business of Importance, to be
transacted. Election of officers the
chief event of the evening.
A special meeting of the Exclusive
Club was held last Wednesday night
at the home of Miss Martha Ponti of
The purpose of the meeting was to F
discuss about the truck ride which
was to be given by the club.
Plans were made and the night set
for same was July 22nd, which proved
agreeable to all present.in
After the meeting refreshments
were served in abundance and games
were played. Dancing was indulged u!
Those present were Misses A. John. -
sea, 0. LeBlanc, M. Sarbeck, V. Ca- d
ir, H. Saleeby, S. Baman, R.
LoamxL A. Fellers, I Choate, M.
Peat, Meers. M. Bergers, C. Balk,
B. oleman, W. Erickson. J. Johnson,
SA. Marvn. D. Petrsoo. M. Ryan, K.
sad P. 8aleeby, 8. Kg, Mr. and t
Mrs 0. Poatl, and many others. to
Sunset Lodge No. 1l8, Ladies Aux. -
iary to the Brotherhood of Railroad o
Trammem held Its regular meetiag
en July I0tkh at the Pythian HalL
The -meig was well attended by the U
membrs, but the lodge still wishes 1
to me a few more new faces.
Bstaeus of Importance was trans-j
acted during the meetiag.
The aext meeting of this lodge will
be held n Auguat 3rd. As this isn
tihe first meeting ia the month it ti
will be a ocial meeting. Handsome
irss will be awarded the winners h
In lotte. The follownlag ladies will
eotortal, Meedame L. McCloskey,
A. Oould, and P. Hebert.
Theoe pmsent at oar last meeting
were: Meedames L. McCloskey, A. H
Owes, F. Heindel, M. Butler, M. A!
Gald, K. ernandes, K Schelbe, M. g
K Cabuoll, N. Boyer, A. Gould, B.
Bermaster, L Doanelly, E. Moffett. Ci
. Hau~re. C Delboees, L Lynch, A. I
Wemuan,. J. Wnlmore, Misses D. to
Vlter, . Caba(ll, M. Pontl, and
many other. M
ANT EXTERMINATION. hi
sat extermination campaign In
i- pmramms slcely. Mrs.
-. a Hucklas, the chairman for our
ward reports that all the pre
lauts have leaders and it is ez
Iptod hat the Flitteenath Ward will
o uot me handred per cent l h
m \ o an. The dIfteret clergy
save talks at their respective
hilla-ou lest Sunday.
hea, Mu. Je. KEum. 31 Bermnda
aet: inoed M r as. F. 1cis, 31
A• a se, s tfd, Mrs. 7. C,, Cd
41N iam oWt ; Smurthl Mrs
SN Opel seighth
Suzanne Avenged-Now the Test
IT'S ALL RIGHT
TO LOOK 'ROUND
-AUTO A R
Mile. Suzanne Lenglen, tempera
mental French tennis champion,
who' .uit in her match against
Molla Rjursted Mallory, American
champion, last year, was avenged * a
last week at London when in the
English finals she won over Mrs. *
Mallory, 6-2. 6-0 An effort is now
being made to have Suzanne come
to the United States for a third and
dcciding match. " -rocAs-a .
FERRY COMMITTEE ASKS QUESTIONS ON CITY.
(Continued from Title Page)
liege of operating the present Canal Street Ferry Service, and how much has
said Company paid the City since January 1st, 1922?
What is the City's real objection to the Dock Board's taking over of
the ferries, assuming that such change would save the people of Algiers the
contractor's profit which, on the Canal Street ferry system alone, Is said
to be not less than $100.000 a year, when, as stated, the City cannot or
will not thus assist the entire population of one of its important districts
and its environs?
Why will not your Honorable Body frankly admit that it cannot give
prospective (boatless) bidders a square deal in competing for these ferry
franchises under existing conditions, and that you cannot consistently
permit indefinite "sufferance" operating of a privilege which brought $15,000.00
a year. back in 1906, and which may now be worth more than $30,000 a
year, simply because the contractor owns the boats and paraphernalia?
Why, in other words will your Honorable Body not try to extricate
Itself from its uneviable dilemma b* making an earnest effort, even at
this late date, to induce the Dock Board to take these ferries off its hands?
Thanking you in advance for an early reply, we are,
"ALGIERS IRTTER FERRY SERVICE ASSOCIATION,"
PETER S. LAWTON, President.
(Signed) JNO. R. NORMAN, Chairman, Executive Con.
C. J. DONNER, Acting Secretary.
ý. w a a v a u t u . . ý . ý . ý _ .. .
IN CHILD OF VISITOR.
When it became necessary, in mak.
ing the big Fox special production
"Queen of Sheba" which appears at
the Polly Theatre on Friday and Sat
urday of this week, to Sind a baby
who looked the part of the young
son of the Queen, J. Gordon Edwards,
director of the picture, looked long
without finding one who sufficiently
resembled Pat Moore, the boy who
was cast to play the child at the aga
of four. After searching among the
bevy of babies in arms who came
from all directions, Edwards began
to feel he'd have to make some sort
One day a party of visitors ap
peared on the Sheba set. Among them
was a young mother with a baby of
four months in het arms. Mrs. Ed
wards, wife of the director, saw the
child and went to look at it. To her
astonishment it had the big black
eyes of Pat Moore, and looked very
much, Pat's mother declared, as Pat
looked at the age of four months.
Then and there Mr. Edwards per.
suaded the little mother to let her
baby appear in the picture as the
tiny heir to the throne of Sheba.
A veritable royal baby could not
have done better.
H. N. G. C. THEATRE.
Friday, July 28.-"Cheated Hearts,"
Herbert Rawlison, With Stanley in
Africa," George Walsh, Those Dog
gone Kids, Comedy
Sunday, July 30.-"Island Wives,"
Corinne Griffith. "His Home Sweet
Home," Larry Semon, Comedy, In.
Tuesday, August 1.-"False Kisses,"
Miss Dupont. "The Trail of the
Wolf." Two Reel Drama. "His Pro
historic Blunder," Comedy, Rby At.
SHOW TO START EARLIER.
The show at the Folly Theatre will
begin at :30 on Friday and on 8at
urday evenings of this week when
the great picture "The Queen of
Sheba" will be shown. The great
length of this picture makes it se
essary to start earlier in the evening.
The usual pcees will prevail
CLASS FOR COLUMBUS
LODOE OF THE I. O. O. .
Columbus Loge 24, L O. 0. 1,
wil Thusrday ltiMate a cls of
-caists. On seemat of tihe le
rooe In Alees h te smea,.
the walm sl tke she at
--the T l o benlsg 8Ud enh
seefs This 3m t m ies m lm l
whik Ci tesin Lmdg Si M , e
M1UM deo s sas as m
-s aw s dm - h
On Thursday, August 15, tha
Athenian Carnival Club will give Its
second grand dance at the Pythian
Hall Springer's orchestra has been
engaged for this affair and every one
who attends is promised a real, good
DRUID'S DANCES EVERY
The Drui4's )will continue their
dances at the Druid's Palm Garden in
Belleville and Homer street, every
Sunday night. Music will be furnished
by their regular band and a good time
is assured all who attend.
Last Sunday night the use of the
Park was donated to the Algiers
Federation to assist the men on a
During the early hours of Sunday
morning a crowd of boys and girls
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.
V. Sierra of Opelousas Avenue.
About seven thirty the truck
crowded with boys and girls left for
Dancing, boating, swimming, and
games were the favorite pastimes of
Kid Stevenson Jazz Hounds turn.
ished music for the dancing.
The crowd of boys and girls were
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. L. V.
The jolly crowd returned home late
Sunday night, tired but happy.
Those who enjoyed the day were
Misses A. and L. Albana, J. and M.
Whittenburg, B. Reynolds, M. Quinn,
U. Donner, P. and E. Olmeyer, D.
Wilson, Messrs. L. Sierra, T. Speierer,
L. and A. and M. and N. Donner, J.
Braux, C. and P. and T. Hos, A. Le
vine, M. Dias, L. Goumas, A. Viadera,
A. Galennle, G. Porrest, Mrs. M. J.
Rooney, Mrs. E. Curren and baby,
Mr and Mrs. L. V. Sierra and baby
and many others.
The Big Five attended an excursion
to Abita 8prings, given by the Druds,
Mike O'Donnel, A. L. Tibodeu
Paul Millet, Charlie Tlagstrom, Mar.
old Oswald, Val Ring, and J. Smith
accompanied the Big Fve,
For the Interest of the young gentle.
men who are desirous a beeln
members of the ig Five, they eld
commauncate with Prank ufs.,
Patreoaa Jaeob Woevertem was
e41 aeM d an the ebasu,. oft bavil
aied to mes s relwver aftm a
Smm at the Seath ae Pa *eps
As aa e o tme Uat i s
PASSING IT ALONG
"Do you ever suffer from loss of
"I certlfinly do," said Mrs. (Glipping.
"You don't look like a victim of in
"I am, though. When the let..... n,a,
the telephone bell or something else !
interrupts )fr. Glipping's 30-minute i
nap after the alarm clock rings in the (
morning he's a perfect bear at the I
breakfast table." I
Some Use for It. r
"There are so many things that
money will not buy-" somberly be
gan Mortimer Morose.
"And there are such a heckofalot
more that it will buy," interrupted J. I
Fuller Gloom, "that I am perfectly a
willing to accept at any time the $10 c
you borrowed from me more than two
"Your campaign is said to have cost t
a great deal of money."
"I don't know a thing about that," e
replied Senator Sorghum. "The fasci- a
nation of politics lies largely in the i
fact that the chap with the brains can I o
sit back and let the boys with the b
money hustle without bothering him A
about details." v
A Dark Suspicion. ii
"Black Boy, dey's sump'n' funny
'bout de way you rolls dem bones."
"Yeah," said the successful margpu
lator of the ivory cubes. "It's de way
I speak to 'em, son. Dey hears me."
"rm gwine to look at dem dice an' L
p if dey's educated like I 'spect dey is,
dey ain't gwine to hear you say noth
in' but 'good-by.'" b
"Opportunity," said the man with a a
big job, "knocks once at every man's -
"Yeah," said the unemployed. "I
was standing in the doorway when he
came. He missed the door and got
me in the neck I"
Which merely proves again that It I
all depends on the point of view.
The Deg Lvwer: That's a very l a
oelIIe you have hOt why did you eat I
ef hls tallt
The Effiwoney Expert: esca"e I j
teek edeaslon to estimate the numbe'r t
of feetpounde of energy he wasted in d
waggIng it and the reit was siply
Oily to bed.
And oily to rise,
Is the fate of a man i
Wheo a motor be buys t
Net Muh Difference.
"J7st back from the South mse" f,
"I spent ten years there," said the vi
copra king. of
"Do the styles in women's clothes e
shock you"r st
"On the contrary, they seem e.
Two town-bred urchins went int do
the country, and one came across a st
lost lot of old condensed milk tins da
Ia the corner of a field.
"Here, Jack," said the discoverer, hr
"come here quick! rye found a cow's
Cruel Crab. th
"Jack and I had planned an ideal
life; love In a cottage and all that,
you know." be
"Well, why didn't you carry it out?' v
"The man who owned the cottage dal
ainsisted on his rent In advance." a
Net His Word. a
"Did you say yaou'd have a lttle e a
the dark, Robert " said his father,
carving the bird. WI
"No, sir," replied Bobby; "I sld I fc
would have 'some' of It"
An E~xcting Pa geger. l
"I understand your cook has left." i
"Yes," replied Mr. Chuggins, "we d
tried to show her every kinadness, but
she says the way I drive a car makes h
Tuifi Catty. th
"Why do all the men want to lkss
mer slmperpd the giddy girl. am
"Oh, men fiollow the line ,o least
resistance," spoke aup her chum, do
"How extravagant of youa to p a s
much for a diamond rlng for me!" r
"Not at all-I shall save on yeor
glove bllls."--Lendom Opinion.
Espeelally in Cold Weather.
Jack Hurryup-On my salary of $2 q
a week we can get along swimmingly. b
Hattie Heldhetek-But 4 dm't eare
for swimming. o
TROOP NO. S, OY
S0OUTS OF AMERIICA.
our esgula wee metin wi na s
be held toghtt at p. m., at Mo.
Daegk No. 4 chl This wi be
th ast meetbln ef tho e n r
as am to ~ e aly aw . t
admr m ms
The Exclusive Club gave a truck ride
Saturday night. The crowd of boys
and girls met at the home of Mrs.
W. Johnson, at 8 o'clock p. m. After
the arrival of all the members, the
truck then proceeded to New Orleans.
After driving over several well
known roads in New Orleans, the
driver stopped the truck and the
crowd of boys and girls got out of
the truck while the chaperons who
were Mesdames W. Johnson, J. L
Saleeby, and B. H. Blakeman, served
A good time was had by all who
attended. The crowd returned home
towards the hour of midnight.
Those who had a good time were:
Misses A. Johnson, O. LeBlanc, M.
Sarbeck, V. Caferio, H. Saleeby, S.
Bauman, M. Blakeman, M Ponti, R.
Launaux. U. Johnson, A. Fellers, E
Choate, Messrs. C. Balk, M. Bergers,
F. Doer, A. Marvin, J. Johnson, W.
Erickson. D. Pierson, P. and K.
Saleeby, S. King. M. Ryan, B. Hole
man, C. Lange, G. Leak, Mesdames
W. Johnson, B. H. Blakeman, J. L.
Saleeby, and many others
The Club wishes to thank Mes
dames W Johnson, B. H. Blakeman
and J. Saleeby for chaperoning the
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Robean enter
tained a few of their friends Tuesday
evening at their home, 726 Pacific
avenute. During the evening Mr.
Paul Millet entertained with his
original oriental dance accompanied
by Mr. Val Ring on the piano. Mr.
A. L. Thibodeaux rendered several
vocal selectidn. Refreshments were
served abundantly and dancing was
Those present were the Misses
Mamnie and Katherine Stenger Lillian
Myrtle Lee. and Elinor McCloskey,
Messrs. B. McCloskey, Paul Millet, A.
L. Thibodeaux, Charles Tingstrom,
Louis Clabert, Clarence McClosakey,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lauricella and
baby Frances, Mrs. M. Stenger, Mrs.
Luther, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCloskey,
Mrs. Wm. Landry, Mrs. H. J. Robean
and baby Elocia.
AMENDMENT TO HARTER OF PELI
CAN COLD STORAGE i WARE
HOUSING COMPANY, LTD.
UInited States of America. State of Louis
inna, Parish of Orleans. City of New O)r
leans. Be it known. That on this 15th day
,of the month of July, in the year of our I
Lord one thousand, nine hundred and I
twenty-two, and of the Independence of t
the United States of America the one hun
dred and forty-seventh, before me William I
J. (junte. a notary public duly commis
sioned and qualified in and for the Parish I
of Orleans. State of Louisiana, therein
residing. and in the presence of the wit- I
nesses whose names are hereunto sub
scrilbed. personally came and appeared. I
('has. H. Behre the president of Pelican
('old Storage & Warehousing Company. 1
Ltd.. a corporation duly created and or
ganised under the laws of the State of t
Louisiana. by act before J. Marshall Juin
tero. notary public, on the 20th day of
February, 1904. recorded in the Mortgage ,
Office for the Parish of Orleans. in Book t
751. follo 247. who declared that at a
special meetlng of the stockholders of the ,
Pelican Cold Storage & Warehousing I
Company. Ltd., held on the 5th day of a
July. 1922. being an adjourned meeting of
the stockholders adjourned from the 26th l
day of June. 1922, at which meetin all I
of the capital stock of- said corporation
was represented by the owners or holders I
thereof, in person or by proxy, it was un- t
animously resolved that Articles IV, V,
VII and VIII be amended to read as fol- 1
IV.-The capital stock of this corpora
tion is hereby fixed at $750.00. divided I
into and represented by 7.500 shares of '
the par value of $100 each. Said stock
shall conasist of two classes, namely. of
Common Stock and of Preferred Stock.
Section 1. There shall be issued Pre
ferred stock to the extent of $100,000 di
vided into and represeated by 1000 shares
of the per value of $100 each. This Pro
ferred steek shall be etitled. in preifer
i-nce to and tin priority over the CoPmon
Stock of this corporatioa, to a dividehd in
each year at the rate of seven per centum
(7%5) payable aut of the profits of the
Company. The said stock shall be en
titled to no other or additional dividend II
or share of the profts or earnings of the
company, except the aforesaid 7%, which a
said dividend shall be cumulative. No a
dividend shall be paid en the Common ,
Stock natil the aforesaid cumulative dlvi
dead of 7% on the afonresaid Preferred
Stock shall have been declared and set I
aside for payment to the preferred stock
holders. The divideds due on the pre
ferred stoek bhereuder shall be paid by the
company wlthout deduction for any tax
ow or r eafter levied nder the author
ity of thi United 8tates or of the 8tate
of Lousiana or say polieal sab-division
threot. In the event of the liquildation or
dissolatki of the eorporatteon from what
ever cause, voluntary or involuntarily. J
the holdersm t the Preferred Stock shall
be paid by preferene, in full over the
holders of the Common Stock,. the par
valae of their shares, together with any
dividends unpaid, at the rate of 7% per
-aura to the date of diassolntion or iqul- I
datlin. No voting power shall be rested L
in or exerleed by the holders of the t
aforesaid Preferred 8tok except as aecee- ti
sitated under the laws of the State of n
Louisiana. At any meeting, general or tl
speial, the board ot dretors shall have o
fall and complete authority to retire thea
whole or any part of the et.ptandlng Pre- I
ferred stock upon settlaL aside for pay- q
ment to the holders of te same $10 per a
share and nil dividends due thereon. No- P
rice of suchn meetinag shall be given torn
thirty days, either by publication in a
daily newspaper at the city ot New Or- U
lears osne a week during said thirty '
days, or, at the optien of the board of dl. I
rectors,. by sending a written notice to the o
stockholder at the nlast known addres
BShould any of said stockbeholdera b. nn- 2
willing to receive the amount due for re
tirnlag the stock. or ashold the address of t
any of the stoekholders be aunknown, then
the amount ncesary to redeem such
stock shall be depoesited in say bank or
twrusat company in the ctty of New Orleass,
and notice thereof shall be mat by re
aisatered mail to the last hknwn address
of the owner of the stock, and if no ad
drea is known, by nending it to generl
delivry, New Orleans Frm and after
the time that the sum due shall be de
posiated with the beak or trast company. tl
a aforald, the ame shall be at the C
.ntire risk et the stoekholder, and all re
apeadbllty o the company shall termi- ~
ate and an interest of the stoekhoider
shall eeas, and all riaghts and claims of
any kind or chaatert agalast the com
pany arulbng at of the holdiang r or ewar
ship of said shares shall cease. Sheld a aS
portion of the said stoek only be retired.
thenu the number of shares s rtired shall a
be distributed proportionately among the hi
holda of the Mid Prefnerred Stock. sad an
y ltptina shaewe may, at the option ol
of the hbrd of sdicters, be retred by p
retiring a Mhar mere or ls, as the di- c
rertors may detsrmlnae
Setion 2 The Commo Stoek of this I
corpration is ed at the sea u of UO.A
'divids into and repronoind by MO
Comme Stock shall be entitled to all dvI- P
deeds esraed and delared by the beert M
o etees, ubject only * the prv o
os hereiabove set out with resent to
tl sdlhs t if deIed to the pw-e a
fi.5di.Uw a Ukdd . In the evet of the
Se idolbtie o the sa ef the c.
I · _r hemp UL t Ngtr malmee I -
,tian :. All stock sha:ll be pI.l f .r I
i in ;ra lh or lpropellrty. is pro. id.al I. I.t
or ly afit issue of stock aitl ild.hms ,i ofi
th" selurplus anild IprIfit : sIulllllil'ld ;a
itIli]islrihuei l. ind ll I l sl.ch il::.ll ir iil
i ti allin ts al s the board if i tr ll il'. 1Ir
I.i.v di,.i rliniae. anid siih t i... k .b ll' I. -
fuIll paidt aind n n Il sll s sb'. il,'le. 'IT,. I- 'r-.
,. directolr. is Ih rat.b , int, - di-.r. '"i.I
, l."ted with full ...l ecr aiind :l!ii't ,r I.. .
i--lie stock Iliilt sidnd .
eltioil 4. "'rho capital stock ,tf h - "
$lI. Ni).5ill i l:ii;ly 1. l ili, rr.:I'sl ri t ll . t, - i
ill ithi.r I'ra,.errl ed , r Ia'lll'il ll . ...6.
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if 'tilll" iac.ilj lila. 1t ." sirr.il. l. r of I l.
outs suha rulet ;aIlt I---ifl i5nl''l.s . a. I
fr. tillfl t t t e e prilla lll l. I . .11 Ir r b .ll "
o, rrt of director. N.. sto. klh..l.i r -t
hl ta. ia t ' ti ari ill l to hi ,I or d i i ,i,.
Sill h i .r pl..i ge .r lill .i.ll.rt llii t. I , `.It.
alilth.ut firs t O tl eril' itiat ii ill ri .ll .i t i. I
tlilh r \l m kh d ll l ler l ti . l llru h ,l~ i. r I it
dir tli.rs. aI t a price nt in l of SllIl .
I.t.k ailsi of theii - stor. k. itl, S h~ h, i- i.
last tiree. di tlr i ii I alls \ 'li l . I, 5 i . 1,,
Satill iLle t of the I llpali ' b usiueS,. I h,
-aid .uOl ' k i.old .irs shaill. lli prof o ti... I. .
theilr resp.ctil, i hl rliner . hail ,.- th rt
rii :ls' l lisa1.' . ilthi' far i ,"h11 to1 li, i' -,.. I
,fit, k.:ll " 1."11i.1 :m y a1 ck0-J l ."r nut .1.
.tooi k. Iht n theii ri inar i nia l. lSokhoi . 1. r
.iiall h," 'r iis tl d toi porchsa'i ' i , -.i. fran it
ha. -s all is of tilh. sai ll iilati n .St:alt.I, in r,- t
parlr n to their rt.spect.i. holdinii . . i I
should n.l ,>tol kholiler d tleir, to lpur, I1.1 . I
it AsIlie. then thel ' hol rd of ldirelll or in
.s.'Ill.h ir s, .iosa a0f sir al~llrl'.llln alll hc. ,if
allny.' i t ia s un .r llstood thatli all ',, k l -
V. S .lh thi e 1 corp r looil. f iOwI.r ,I f . l.,i
, lrporationlll shll a al r ll Ibe v, ltd inl and 'i r, t
f'i.eIlly a b~ckholders, to be .lreted :unl na it)
oil the third .%lo day of January. All .,l, il
,el'ltiois shall be by hallot niull 'ondu.'.d
it l the ffi'e of the corporationll . undll er flil
5 ll5 t'rI iJslL saf twSla olun 5lli'silIo _. ill St l.
l551ail.1 ilted aby the pres.idel l for that pIrll
poe, ofl which c ehs'aal n ei' I1 i10l .isl s
prior na tiae s hall have tl illelu g t by tll~
.sl'rl.eary toll eacl'h holder o llf illlilia sllt Ini .
hi o tier ia a ' ssintloa sis to i t iaailnw al d inl
ileo.. or lice of b siliess, aind e c.l'lh I islre
of omnct' on l r c ik shall b. en titled to 1il a
alte. to be cast by the tlowner iln pll.rsoli.
r ay wriltten proxy. 'he dir'taors Ilhl
ei'tedi shai l serve anid ontlinue' ill oftli, . I
until their asuccessors shall halte been'
Vaicancies eurring in sail hoard. fraoi. tl
lny clause whatever. shall be tilled bI y thell
remasinng directors; ansd any direaltor %! li I di
may be compelled to be absent from this h
state, imay appoint, under writingo. n ther
homier of t'ommlon Stoc'k to act Ias his l
proxy ona sald board and exercise for lthe, tl
lime being all the powers of such a bsent
director. Three directors shall cinsttiute h
a quorum, for the transaction of any ausi- il
ness. The said boad of directors shall i P
make all by-laws, rules and regulation.a ti
for the government of the affairs and r.
business of the company, and alter, amend tl
and change the same at pleasure. They
.-hall also have full power to biuy sell. l
mortgage and pledge any and all property,' i
real cor personal, whenever in their judg- '
ismeiat they may deem such acts nleessary
and proper, without recourse to the vote
of the holders of Common Stock, and shall a
have power to hire, employ and discharge Il
and to fix all salaries and 'onlpensatians .
and generally do all things necessary in
the transaction of the business and affairs a
of the company. ti
And the board of airectors shall have ;
full authority to eqrry out the powers, o0
herein granted without recourse to any t(
vote or grant of power by the holders of d
'Common Stock, and shall have like full 0]
power and authority to bdy and sell and ri
to receive in pledge or to bypothecate the P
shares of the capital stock of any other
corporation erected for like purposes with c4
this corporation; to issue bonds upon such ft
conditions as they may deem proper and K
to pledge or mortgage any property of the fl
corporation to secure the payment of such
VI.L-The annual meeting of the share- Ae
holders shall be held on te held on the third Mon- a
day of January of each year; and meet
ings of the shareholders may be called by aI
the president or board of directors upon 'v
ten days' notice, given in a daily paper al
published in the City of New Orleans. or Ia
seat by mail, provided that meetings of tc
shareholders may be held and business s
transacted by them at say time when all hi
of the shareholders are present, or are B
represented by proxy at each meeting and di
formal notice of the meeting is waived in
'III.-This act of ineorporation may tc
be changed, modified or altered, the capi- it
tal stock increased or decreased, or the tc
corporation may be dissolved it three- pl
fourths of the stockholders convene for
that purpoe and after fifteen days' pre- ni
vious notice shall have been given either 01
by mailing notice to the last known ad- P1
dress tof each stockholder or by adver- VI
tisement at least twice in a daily news- hi
paper published within ten days next pre. at
ceding the date of the meeting. I
And the said appearer farther declared a
that be is authorised, empowered and di
rected to asig and execute all necessary hi
effect the ai" ameadmets; ad he d es a
now a p pear beore me, otary, in order
ameadetne rsad to have same recorded.
as required by law, aH et which will more r
fully appear by referenee to a certiled
a'py fth minut of said stockholders'
Thus dose sad _passd is my office in
-i 'ty of e _Orleans o• the day and r
In the moath and year nrut above written, m
and la the pruesec ef I de Villeneuve and
with t soad appearer and me, notary
(Sel) : WILLIAM J. GL'STE,
July 27-Aug. 31. Netary Publc. m
United Staten o Americag, tate ot i
Loulsa, Priah of Orleans, City of N
Nt Orleans. Be it known that on mp
thIs .th day of tbh month of JUly, in at
the year of our Lord one thousand ril
nine hundred and twenty-two and of at
the independence of the United States
tf Am erica the one hundred and forty- lo
sixh. beforo me. William J. Oust, aIt
Notary Publl duly commllsoned and wi
unluf-ied in and for the bove ~par·h da
nd ntate, therln rolding, ard nthe
presence o the witnoases herelnafter
maede and underined personally th
umi and aPpeared the several partien v
whoo namee nre hereunto subscribed t
who sevellriy declred that, avalling th
hemueivet of the lawn o the sat th
af Loulsiana. in such cases made and tis
providedan more particularly of Act or
e Generl Aembly of thei
tate of Louisinna of 1914 relatlnr to il
,h cretatlon. organlistion and forma- ho
,_on of corporations, they have coven
lnte and gd mad by these pros
mte do hereby eovennnt, agree and
bind themselves, as wl4 as nll other
persona as may hereiater become asso- of
inted with them, to form a corporation f,
. theu oujects and purpoee• under the fen
w they hereby adopt
harter, to-wit: du
A-TI I. The. ameao and title of
-is corporatlon sihll ho Goldamith to
:olfee and Rle Comany, Incorporated. th"
_ud under Its corporate name It shnll o
ave power and authority to have and dr
ujoy corporate xlistene for a period as
-otrct, to me oad be sued: to koAs
ad ume a colorte seal, and to alter ~,
md break the anme at pleasure; to
hrwis dalllpeW or*property, rel fir
;or50l moixed, corporea"l nd in- of
aired, to _memur sme by mortgage; to un
hild _stock In othr compralen; to sa
nae and elect ofincers and directors: du
n make and establiht, alter and amend
,-l-w ruie nd regulatolns for Its
Proper government, a may he doemod
anad proper far the extension
fthe in wich the oorpor
A- rc- Tf''cd-I- The domlelle of thti
o--peruteao shall ho tn the oity of
low Orleans, Leuiam ond mrvie or
weeeoe pll he made ups tle Presi
le-t, -r. in h- .to euce, *luea the I,
fr i epti in am
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t ly. t , I l, or l t al ll he i
S ,,.r . . .. i e to prea mc
li' 1!u : t 1. A ll
, t ll r ' ' i i ll ro uf c be
r -eer'ta- b4 u
it' lh, r stock tis
t u d' h th e dcotson aw^ "
. t ' ....n . stock holkr s h s
t ''ise .r I.siC th eso
Shereof, ai ;~n yhll ctd hn S
t If m liade, shall b void.
iboraton shall bprie notr
""I: , t ...... ..... " mhe+ 3 t rands
to li.st said of stock on its
reard th e s holders of s
AtTiE VII. ock her at
sll of thispose of th
o wn xrt manner b n as
he mlay det, fit. " e
less tan thlree nor toere i
tor, atr the option at n
that no stockholder optillon
twoise to oranstitute a qner i
lare threedi, ll te vori, t
aoron shall hber ter e
e three and less than o ix
four to lis cont sti ate a
reg" t r the holder o the
there be six direc
action of business. he
the of this corporation a lele
y writn a ten or tercised byra
s of the mtheetings of the
* tores and the Board oft
Stwofficr or onicers a er.
resentatihree iretof theR
a quorum when th1er aO
othree iate resolur than
The tfi cnst Boardtut ao
, there be st h direc tl
h cooraoration shall be
Kesly written or teChlesraie
fo the meetllow ing as of
tosere untild the seoard
I oAuguster 1923,or o , r
res elected and qthe
corpoThe director shall be
allngy at aJak meet ba
essfter such date. l
iollown hahe ogive la
Boarth of Direictors
I date of said ry-T eal
Sotherve until the, by writte
re elect, sentd andt least
the date to whi h
r ing shall be gie Md.
pc place of residencer
Bonual meeting or c,
i other date, by wrstt14
refectatsent at thest
Stprox, wriaten to re
vote to each sthare w
him. The irelectb
such rules sodac
be from tingme to i
proxye, written a
The directors, U
hold offle for one yaM
successors shall have
modified, arltered a
with thseaone t o
aThe dto presalat
a meetisn. geserel ai
that psrpese, ad
may be materialo a
shall havn the ri t
crease its espitalr
at out, and ay nr
stock In excess of
herein as the amaga
capital ste*C may ha
made by a
meetlns referred to
or requred by law,
the manner provid
in the case of eleel
or by pubiHatloes
fifteen days previeo s I
meeting shall hate
ribt by this charte
at any time tad or
ARTICLE X. In -
lution, Iquldatios or
shall he Iquidated Wr
Hauldatora elected bI a
of the stockholders
the number of ld
vest them with inch
Ilty as may be hor E
the terms and
they shall serve, ad
ton. and provide that
or disability of enA
dators the remaini
fill the vacancy or
tponrible for t
debts or faults of 15
of its otlcers w
fect of renderl thta
void, or of -
any liability eidf
due on the stoek
to have writtea
the number of shavs
cth o the m, sad
dresses, so tit hi
as a mhecriptio
suNbcriptios a nre
nor and form set
protvided for In Aet
Assembly of the it l
Thus done and
In the city ofi
day and in the
first above writtes.
or Paul U. Cbhas
unto sirned their
said appeaes sa
due reading of the
A true copy
State of Loni
I, Recorder of
of Orleans, do
tok dhuly ers e
folio sti d