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to a; tfisae aM agbre for thel
Mauam ArlI t* i sai at the
dmib Of am wife: al haveo t erorlet
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tlleslmlle dreamakias. Beedla
beaig sad .breery o .ann kids.
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MEN LuARN BARWRr TRAD: Ihor
whoea fied. Ruesble weale. Call
or wri lsRULLL BLARUS COLIO1t
141 P yedre1 St.
BAREIING taaght Ia few weeks. N
1sd tape. No gaft Ialell basse pre!.
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BID, M; SPRsN, Sa; MLTTaUSS,
P5; SIDEDOARD, ;: DRBESER . gr5:
WASHBTAND. mSo: PORCH ROCKIERS
S.1; KICHEN SAE, W: WARD
303s, Ms: Bla ERATTORs, S: IC
Cr.ST, S: DAVNPORT. $a: ANI
TART COU., ILK: OAK MIRROR
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s treas t" aM tree sate
OLD GOLDW)r SILVER,
PLATINUM AND FALSE
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8Mb 4 a &aass
m ww -
Fr CLAA aD .APrItZd
(w ass, w. ma.er.siw sor cas.)
"Chatle Psadlekta, yo are ganl
in marry Elsie Ross.,
Else Ross, _who was Mr. PendIe.
teo's stenographer, wrote the above
Sa piece of paper, read It six times,
and then, cramplng it, cosigned It to
the omce waste-basket.
If this was black magie and a tam
poring with astral forces, all that can
be said Is that Mr. Pendletea hai
kissed Elsie once-f-ve months before.
It came about like this: Elsie was
a perfect jewel of a stenographer, and
they had taken to each other from the
beginning. There had been a terrible
bufines loe., for a few days every
thing seemed to be golng to the wal,
anad then a hoped-for deal was cn
summated and things grew better.
"Miss Ross, we've palled through,
shouted Pendleto aexultantly, and
Rsle, who had been dying to t
kissed by Charles Pendleton, gave n
"Pm not the kind of girl whom -
man can do that to." she said.
"You don't mea-you ea't mean
why, don't you see how terribly ea
cited I was?" demanded Chartley.
"That's no excuss, Mr. Pedlets,
for sucb-ouch perfectly outrageous
behavier. Why didn't ye kiss Miss
MIs. Jones, the bookkeeper down
stairsr was swarthy, suor, and seven
and forty. Charles Pendlto smiles
"I will-It yo'll sty," he ao
"If I stay, Mr. Peadleteo, it must
be absolutely understood that there
will never again be any breahebs of
Pendleton promised, and the cool
ness that fell between them after
that would have ricked the neck oe
a gin rickey. And-It lasted. )le
hadn't meant to do more tha asrt
Alas, theose grls who make tee
mach fuss about being klssed sons.
times and themselves going through
fe kiless !
Not that )lide wanted every Tom,
Dick and Harry to kiss her. But
Charles Pendleton . . . well, ie
losed him. And she did want to mar
Was It very wrong, then, I she
set out these silent thought waves
every evening before she left the
eoce-not to speak of divers thought
at a similar character at otbes times
of the day?
Weeks passed; every nght, betfre
kidding frewell to Mr. Psndleta-
who stayed late at the onee- alide
wrote her sdgan oe a piece of paper,
road It ax times, and Ico t to
the wnstabaskt. And nothing hap
Mr. Pendlet was growing steiner
and colder evary day. b e grew meore
md more inhapwp. The charm seemsd
to b dweekg the wrong way.
At last It sesme a Latter of mew
-e mer. e May S ide delberate
-I wrote down: Uale Psadsoten,
ye are singa to marry Ile Rssa en
And she seed t twlve times ever
tnt meWs and ac ~o#aedleg
"an the Names thing essae't sWat
I deS eau - arn r evear ad-eand
eave," said U e,
Nethgq the wmgs a
pisidles r a Mr. Pemstsn'
wlse wVOW he sans to pe s.
d easn to ther beisreng a o
le bi - " ' na
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3Isane asabd st. bebay
W hrlle a ib t-4 dbu a stIu P
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E.p anatis-q "Mel uk Suns."
SJ3. suns mm similar In point et
orig n to the m1rage of the desert,
onel thley occur In the arctic circle.
iAs the long winter lght of the polar
regio wanes, once every 24 hours a
light glow is seen at some point on
the horison. Often accompanying thin
glow is seen the phenomenon of the
moek sums. Up In the heavens as
many as five of these spectral orbs
have been seem at once. Invariably
they are all connected In a geometric
gure, the suns seemingly being bound
together with circles and ares of
light. Often, when only one appears,
It Is mistaken for the real sun, and na
tives rejoice at the early end of the
long winter night, only to be disap
pointed as the Image dlsnppears. The
explanation of the phenomenon Is
given by physicists as refraction and
resectlon of light from the real sun
below the horizon on the mists In the
Had even the fiercest of our Saxon
ancestors been called a "silly idiot,"
he would not have been displeased, for
in those days "silly" meant blessed or
happy, and "Idlot" meant nothing more
than a private person. Nor would he
have taken offense at being referred to
as a crafty swindler, for those are
both words the meaning of which has
undergone a change in the course of
centuries. Crafty once implied not
hliftiness, but skill, and a swindler
was a man who was merely good at
driving a bargain. The word "o0
dous" which is now most generally
used In an uncomplimentary way, once
meant to be of a kindly disposition,
and to be referred to as "conceited,"
meant that you were full of Ideas or
origlallty.-Chicago Herald and DE
"hulls" and "Seaur" of PFianee.
The orgln of the stock exchange
terms,"bulls' and "bears" has never
been satisfactorily explained. The
phrase Is of great antiquity, and can
be traced in one of Clbber's plays pro
duced In 1720. when the exchange was
still known as "New Jonathan." It has
been suggested that "bear" Is a refe
en.ce to the selling of the bear's skIn
before killing the bear, while a "bull"
i supposed to be a speculator who
buys stoel for forward delivery in the
hope that the price will rise so that
he can sell out at a profit without tak
lag up and paying for the stock. Con
tangoes, which have been relntro
duced, are the percentage paid by the
buyer of stock for postponement of
transer-day, the term being derived
from the Spanish word "conteoge,"
meaning "I check.'
Domestic Animals Necessary.
Man couldn't get along without do
mesticated animals. The world iow
has one sheep and one head of cattle
for each five people,, and one ia4 of
swine for each 12 people. America,
with only a sIteenth of the world's
population. has a sixth of the world's
cattle, a tenth of the sheep and three
sevenths of the swine. We are the
greatest meat eaters on earth. Yet
we are the most peaceful people. MII
telt Japan's diet is based on rie. It
is an uIeomfrtable contrast fur the
theorists who prach that meat-eating
makes people Afreoious or savagely
ciiuSrm . a. S. mOVa wr wa 3
AWNela Wle ?*1 a Ite, mNe.
Usited Staom Aeica State Of
Les Pa. ldsh of Orlans. City a New
Oreas. B it knaews, that ea this twia
ti-izth day .t r tebar, in the mar .t
mer iLni. ons thesasd.' neas s
sad tweaty-twe, boers m, d
Laes. a elary seubf. to and fe the
Pariah ot. Orias S, tate o losiaas,
duly eamslismse, teadIad sad swarm,
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board of directors from among their num
ber; all directors and officers shall be
elected for a term of one year, but shall
hold office until their successors are elect
ed and qualified.
Any vacancy in the board of directors
or officers from whatever cause shall be
filled from among the stockholders by the
remaining members of the board.
The board of directors shall have
power without reference to the share
holders of the company: to buy, sell,
lease, mortgage, hypothecate, borrow, is
sue bonds, notes and pledges of all kinds
whether movables or immovables and
generally to exercise all powers conferred
on this board of directors by these ar
ticles of incorporation.
All elections shall be by ballot, each
share shall be entitled to one vote and
the majority of the votes cast shall elect.
At all meetings each stockholder shall
be entitled to one vote either in person
or by written proxy for each share of
stock standing in his name on the books
of the corporation; provided that no stock
shall be voted at any meeting which has
been transferred upon the books within
thirty days prior to the said meeting.
No stockholder may sell, assign, or
transfer his stock in this corporation On
less thirty days' previous notice in writ
lang of such intention to sell, assign or
transfer said stock be given to the com
pany previous to said sale, assignment or
transfer, and upon such notice the board
of directors shall have the right to pur
chase the stock at its book value by re.
ference to the balance sheet of the last
fiscal year, upon failure of the board of
directors to pass a resolution before the
expiration of thirty days to purchase
said stock at its book value, said stock
may be sold in open market.
ARTICLE VI-No stockholder shall ever
be held liable for the contracts, faults or
debts of this corporation, nor shall any
mlere informality in its organlastion have
the effect of rendering this charter void,
or of exposing a stockholder to any lia
bility beyond the unpaid balance due on
the shares owied by him.
ARTICLE VII-The first board of dl
rectora shall consist of: John Behrend,
president, whose post office address is
7811 Sycamore Street, New Orleas, Leouis
lana ; Franies E. Getchell, secretary
treasurer, whose post office address is
1266 Seventh street, New Orleans, Loum
lana; and Hubert M. Ansley, vice-presi
dent, whose post office address is 302
Louisiana Building, New Orleans, Lolus
ARTICLE VIII-This act of incorpora
tien may be changed, modified, altered
or amended or this corporation may be
dlseolved with the assent of stockholders
owning three-fourths of the stock of the
corporation present or represented at a
general meeting convened for that purpose
and after at least ten days' written notice
has been given through mall, to each
stockholder at his last known place or
residdece. In case of dissolution by the
expiration of this charter or otherwise,
the stockholders shall elect three liquids
tors from among their number to settle
the business and afairs of the corpora
In case of death or disability of any
one of said eammissioners or liquidators
the survivors shall elect or appoint a sue
censor to him and if they fall to agree on
his appointment, then they shall wind
up the affairs of said corporation.
Thus done and passed at my office in
the presence of Eugene Thorpe and J. R.
Wing, competent litnaeses, who have
hereunto signed their names with said ap
pearers and me, notary, after reading of
Witnesses: Eugene Thorpe, J. R. Wing.
John Behrend, 98 shares; Prancis E.
(etchell, I share; H. M. Ansley, 1 share.
(Seal) Notary Publce.
I, the undersigned Recorder of Mort
gages, in and for the Parish of Orleans,
State of Louisiana, do hereby certify that
the above and foregoing act of incorpora
tion of the U. S. Novelty sand Manufactur
ing Co., Inc., was this day duly recorded
in my office in Book 1211, folo 130.
New Orleas,. Octo. 26, 122.
Signed) ROBT. SCOTT,
A true copy:
(Seal) Notary Public.
Nov. -Dee. 14.
CHARTER OF DELTA STEVEDOiNGO
United Staten o America, State
Louisiana, Parish ea Orlans, 'ty of New
Orleans, Beo it known, that on this st
day of August, in the year of our Lord,
one thousad, nine hundred and twenty
two, and of the lndependence of the United
States of America. the se hundred and
forty-sixth: Beforeo me Henry P. Dart,
Ir.. a notary sblie, duly commissiond
and qusliled. In and fer tf ite and the
Prls t o, Oeas, therein reling, and
In the presence of tho witaeses hetw
after lamed and usl , pemeally
came and appeare: e p whose
names are hereuno e who de
clared that avarilng te s the
previos s ot the 1rs ofe the St se, rle
itv to the ergals tieu of eotmse t~ima
they have covenantod nd andd
ib? th.eepresents e .na nt . d gres,
tbid, trm and a utut, tesivhen
after or e ", wlt.
hn law, tor the obrSetand bode e
undfollewdg, theo-w t:
et aarty. en 0 al sm4 pea
s emaguat, a he ee this nae
pae ra eme to sao t tad e •
asto ena 8*tl br en t eOw a
ptem asr; to d eeele pehas e osa
an ase ewnasothee e er s
ha amn empal ; magagn.er dl
diee. swab end t ev a tse
Us may iuiremr o . tO I kt· o
inbI snob b dt tweane and
ire: l Tof e ifo -mm .Oespera
no meg redee n e u an apo
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tinue in office for one year, and until
their successors have been duly elected.
snd have qualified. No failure to elect
shall operate the forfeiture of this char
ter. Any vacancy occurring on this
board shall be filled by the remaining di
rectors for the unexpired term. The board
of directors shall, at its first meeting
after its election, select out of its aun
;,er. a lPresident and one or more vice
pr.esidents. and shall also eldet a secre
tary-treanurer, who need not, however, be
at member of tlhe board. The president
shall have the right to appoint and dis
nmiss the clerks. and other employees of
said corporation at pleasure, and as the
interest and business of the same may de
mand. lie may exercise this authority by
proxy. Any director being sick or ab
sent or about to absent himself shall
have the right to appoint by written in"
strunment, another director or stockholder
to act as his proxy in his stead at any and
all mneetings of the said board of direc
torn during his absence. The first board
of directors and officers shall be composed
of the following named persons, who
shall serve until the election to be held
in 1923. namely: T. J. Cunningham,
president; Gleorge Westfeldt, vice-presi
dent; N. 0. Pederick. secretary-treasurer.
ARTICLE VI -The funds of this corpo
ration shall be deposited from time to
time in a bank or banks to be selected by
the board of directors. All checks, notes.
or other Instruments drawn, executed or
issued, in tihe corporations' name and be
half, shall be signed by the president or
the vice-president, and the secretary
treasurer. No officer shall thus sign or in
dormr the name of the corporation save
strictly in its concern.
ARTICLE VII-No stockholder shall be
held liable or responsible for contracts.
faults or debts of the corporation, nor
shall any mere informality in its organi
zation have the effect of rendering this
charter null, or of exposing any stock
holder to liability beyond the unpaid bal
ance due on the shares owned by him.
ARTICLE VIII-This act of incorpora
tion may be changed, modified, or altered.
or this corporation may be dissolved.
with the consent of the stockholders own
lag two-thirds of all the stock of this cor
poration, at a general meeting convened
for that purpose, and after at least three
days' written notice of this meeting shall
have been given through mall, addressed
to each stockholder at his last known
place of residence. In case of dissolu
tion by the expiration of this charter, or
otherwise, the stockholders shall elect a
liquidator front among their own num
ber. who shall have ftll authority to set
tie and wind up the business and affairs
of the company. The terms sand condi
tions of. and the compensation for such
services, shall be fied at the time of
election. In case of the death or dis
ability of said emmissloper or liquidator
before the liquidation of the affairs oft he
corporation, the successor to til the va
cancy may be appointed by the stock
ARTICLE IX-Any and all notices and
delays provided for by this charter may
be waived by the unanimous consent of
the stockholders or directors unless ex
pressly prohibited by law.
ARTICLE X-The names and postofice
addresses of the subscrlbers to the capi
tal stock of this corporation, and the
member of shares subscribed by each of
them, are as follows: T. F. Cunlangham.
New Orleans. 98 shares; George West
feldt. New Orleaens, La., 1 share; N. O.
Pederlek, New Orleans, La., 1 share.
Thus done and passed, in my notarial
office, at the City of New Orleans, afore
said, in the presence of I. R. Riddle and
C. M. Willink. competent witnesses, of
lawful age and residing In 'this city, who
hereunto subscribe their names, together
with said parties and me, notary, on the
day and date set forth In the caption
Witnesses: I. R. Riddle, C. M. Wllnk.
T. P. Cuninagham, George Westfeldt,
N. O. Pederick, 1 share.
eslt) HENRY P. DART, Jr..
I certify that the foregoing charter of
Delta Stevedoring Company, Inc., dated
August lat. 1922 is a true and correct
cawo of the original o Ale my notarial
New Orleans, Loellana, September 29th,
Seal) HENRY P. DART, Jr.,
Nov. c. Notary Public.
Nov. 9-Dec. 1.
CIAITKR OF MATIONAL OIL WOaRS
OF LOlIIIANA, INC.
Unlted States of Amerisa, State of
Lealatin, Parish of Orlesns, City of New
Orleans. Be it known, that t thirty.
Irut day of the month of October, in the
year of ear Lord. one thouand, nine
hundred and twenty-two, and ot the In
depedeaece of the United States oe Ameri
a, the one hundred and forty-eunth,
before me. Henry P. Dart, Jr., a tary
pubie, duly telemisslned and
l aid for this 0and thi Pauh eo
Orleans, theein a and In the pes
ones of the wiesses hereinafter named
ad aserlsae, 7 ease sat so-:
and uydsrnignod erona e and ap
pearod the veral pero whose ames
are hereunto snbsribed, who delarle4
of the laws Mtlss ostate reiat to the
formatin od eepSJ· s the have
cv-enanted and ared, and by them pre.
ents do eovenant and bind b meslvos, ao
otrm and oestitute a per siwoae asd
bdy7 p'5th in law, under the *tt
the adpt as their bhaser:
ARTICLe I-Th e name tad a this
u hs et "saH aIbe Na Worka
e it shall uawo fte eassn
h er ine n OT.
vee.e, loe galuIeham and eat we
: r m s et pldo; an as
psepesty beth an e ole
w tgo lso; a
haLydw a blend ets he pr
hge a her a td end at -theonye
sARme U dameals a this Cer
aflj i ton and amehs al ag
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labor performed. The capital stock may
tbe increased to one million ($.O00,000.00)
Shares of stock shall be transferrable
only upon thie books of the corporation.
ATI('I.E V--All of the corporate pow
ers vested by law or by this charter shall
lie exercised by the board of directors
of this corporation, inludillng the right
to manage. caontrotl aHd direct the affLrs
of the same, the corporate policy, and to
sell the corporation or merge the same
into another corpolation. and to take in
payment of any such sale or merger cash,
hondas. noten or steak of the purchasing
,r mlerging corporation, or of the new
corporationt created for the purpose with
,out the ner'essity of referring either or
any of said acts to the stockholders.
Thle board of directors of this crorpora
lion shall be -omnaiposed of five stock
holders. who shall be. elected annually on
the second Monday of January of each
year. The first board of directors of this
corporation shall be cnomposed of Peter
A. Cooney, Percy 8. Cooney, Joseph J.
Ingolla, Lee McCrocklin and Albert Tul
lis. who shall hold office until the next
annual meeting on the second Monday of
January. 1923, with Peter A. Cooney, as
president; Percy 8. Cooney, as vice-presl
dent, and Joseph H. Ingolla. as secretary
treasurer. Failure to elect a board of
directors at any annual or adjourned
meeting of the stockholders shall con
tinue the then existing board in office un
til the stockholders elect a new board of
directors at a meeting called for that pur
pose, or at any annual meeting. The eke
tiUn oP the board of directors shall be
preceeded by three days' written notice
to the stockholders, delivered in person
or sent by nall to the address gives in
the current city directory, unless the ad
dress of such stockholder shall have been
regastered with the secretary, and in de
fault of either, care General Delivery, New
*ir!,eans. Lenlsiais.a The electiesn shall be
held at the offihe of the corporation at
such hour as may be fixed by the in
c'umbent board of directors and under the
supervision of three commissloners ap
pointed by the same. At such meeting
each. stckholdebr shall he entitled to one
vote to each share of the capital stock
held by him, and the person receiving the
highest number of votes cast at said elec
tion shall be declared elected, and the
board of directors thus elected shall meet
and organise as soon after said election
as possible. A majority of the whole
board shall constitute a quorum. and dl
rectors absent or unable to attend may
authorise directors present to represent
them by written proxy filed with the sec
retary, and with all the powers such ab
slente could exerilse if present in person.
All routine business matters shall he
decided by the majority vote of the
quorum present at such meeting, aotwith
standing anything In this charter or the
law to the contrary; but any matter or
thing affecting the general polIcy, proper
ty or corporate rights of the corporation
shall be adopted only by the vote of the
majority of stock held by the individual
embers oi the whole board of direc
tern, and proper minute entries shall be
made to show these facts.
The board of directors may establish
by-laws, rules and regulations for the
government of the corporation, and it
way also create committees for the man
agement of the several departments of its
bualses, eldig us executive commlt
tee of not lees than three (3) aembers of
the board, whech committee shall he em
powered to exercise all the functioes of
the board of directors during the recess
of the beard, save those herefa reserved
for the full board. The board oft diree
t'r sha all vacancies occurring in this
body durlnag the term thereof. Meetings
of the board of directors may be held at
such times as shall be set by the beard
Itself, or at the call ot the president and
at the request of any two stockholders.
ARTICLE VI-This charter may be
amended and the capital stock increased
and decreased with the consent of two
thirds of all of its stock expressed at a
meeting called for that purpoe, or In any
other way permitted by law.
ARTICLE VII-This charter ay -be
diaelved with the eoseent of two-Ir
of the lIned and outstanding capital
stock expresed at a meeting called ta
that purpose, or in any way permitted by
law. Upon the dissolution of the corpo
ration by limitatio or otherwise, the
steokholders shll elect from among their
number one or more liquidators, and x
the terms, conditioa and ether prerl
sona re rng the 11quidatio, U tell
as th eompreathe of the Lquidatore.
ARTICL VIII-No tockheler a
everat bbalor elia er r ts i n i
ay furtheg sum than the uned be-ss
d-e this corration an tb .hres et
by him, us sle any shag Is rmaty
th_ a ae· t a" have the eoeet at ador
law t eharter ull or o f
staekhoidera to any sihy
ARTICLE IX-Whrevoer stiso is so
urd by law or by this charter, the seoe
may be given i writing, deted a poer
e or sent to the. lest knwn o den
Is preecribed I Artile V t is ar
, end twrety-fr beurs will be dI
cha for al Tyr aseapt whmb
chre may y bes waied b un ou
consent at the beard dseetse or the
steebeu rs, as the e aseu bea
such waiver she bae teed eqn tao -r--
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