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Algerines at Law.
CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. of , <-...,,. , f Mr. and Ml.A. A P. a sot,, nia" I 'rP,,, sted to h ow (<t'ise witihI tn i ti d: S ifromIi thei pi-n('t noti l i i . ,tif mv :h,4y have o."n I 'l thy the fi,lil ; i (( .t piessnt ild b\y .1'seph 1 R. (;oncllt. s. admiiiui; trt or of :this es- $ tate, s1honil , t h, u alppro,' >, and hom ,ilo; ,te :u the tli t0 nde s , istn:ibuted in ac ot la a' - t1 ereaith. A l:. order of the court. Tli.mnas Connell, ('lerk. Final acct unt of administrator it the suresstio of Mr. and Mrs. .\. P. i a aldier shoIi : .Assets $2,066.:9; lia bilities $1,620 .5. S Succession of .1I. 11. Van liess; tutor ship.- - Buck, \\'alse & Buck. Succession of Mrs. Christian Thoemp E son; judgment putting universal lega tee in possession. Sues to Confirm Tax Sale Titles. Al William G. Coyle yesterday filed two proceedings in the Civil District Court In each of which he prays that public notice be given to whom it may con cern to show cause, within thirty days, why his title to certain property bought by him at tax sale should not be confirmed. In one case Coyle avers that he purchased on July 6, 1901. at a tax sale and for $16.05 the square bounded by River, Adams, Diana and 1 Newton streets, in the Fifth District,. and in the other says that on July 11, n 1903, he purchased at tax sale, for $17.61, the square, River, Adams. Ho mer and Newton streets, also in the Fifth District. Coyle asks that notice be published A calling upon all persons who can set t up any right to the property in conse- 9 quence of any informality, irregular- t ity, or illegality in assessment, adver tisement, or time, form or manner of sale, to come forward and so do within thirty days. Succession of Mrs. C. Thompson, pe tition of universal legatee for supple mental decree as to movable effects, etc.' BSuccession of Elizabeth Sewall, wife of David Lewis; possession.-W. J. and P. F. Hennessey, attorneys. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. 1 While not seeking notoriety, I can not help but express my thoughts and sentiments in regards to the night schools of New Orleans and Algiers, especially. I am from Beaumont, Texas, and of course a stranger here, of only an eight months' acquaintance, employed at the M. 8. & T. R. R. shops; my edu cation is very limited, and I have al ways desired to have it improved, but owing to the work I followed previous to my stop here (i. e., structural Iron work), I did not have the opportunity of tamproving it as I desired, uhtil I * Case to Algiers, and I was not slow in grasping the chance when it appeared. I cannot but express my gratitude to Mr. Perrin sand Mr. Rousseau, our teacher, not alone for myself but the entire class, for the interest they have taken to advance us in our studies, sad I ga sute I voice the sentiments of every scholar in the clad to that eutent, and the knowledge we have ac eulred, so far, is not to be measured by dollars sad oents, and will bear its fruit in the near future. I feel ha gratitude bound to make thlis statement without any solicitation. Respeetfully, A Beneited Scholar. te sen Street Viaduct. To err Is human and this communl. catiao Is written in the hope it will - asIst in correcting an error whicrh S mlitates against the material pro grees of Algiers. It was unfortunate for the best inter ests of its citisens that the ordinance authorizing the above named viaduct was acoepted Just as"it is written. I S refer to Ordinance No. 10,718 C. 8., dated May 17, 189R5. Amongst other details it provides for 6 per cent grade for the inclines. Whilst the grade would probably be satlsfkctory in a hilly country where all vehicles are fit. ted with brakers, in this section where none arm used this grade Is impractica bhie for heavy loads as evidenced by the almost non-use of this viaduct. The sedlaace amerts that on completion a this vladuct all tragc and travel on the satee lvel shall ceaae between Atlstac and Thayer streets. I am not Slre this provlslo Is enforced, but psmme It Is, as that was the man stleet ofse coetruotion. : The tee* rade maes it Impoess iMe tr heavy leads that would carry :ly em the lewl or eveg over the wton viaduct gad the deseeat is ab - .t;ely dangerous with heavy leads. S I h.w O at east em large ilndstry a of AlUgers that has never been able to s a tgll lekd over It. I am told eve * - v- ISre engine ma not aegis a a- . i, obstrb s meet eect astly killia the frmer buslness dia Wet hetwea the sM viaduct sad the I am eurprise ehat ts mreeats cmmermed have ant tees up this mat. --fo r e TI a l o Succession of Eliza Monohan, widow ten of Timothy Daly; possession.-W. J. the and P. F. Itennessey, attorneys. Suces:'ion of Mrs. Timothy Daly; judgment puttinn heirs and legatees in Wu possession. Cof REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. T' L.urcd Develonpment Co. of La.. Ltd., to Mrs. Mary Jane Ward, 1-12 of lot, liellevil l', Alix. Valletto, and Peltcan, $74.16 cash. --('oronio, notary. .John M. Howard et als. to Miss Mary 1 L. Howard, interest, etc., lot, Bonny, wih Alix, Powder and Peter; 2 lots, Oe- tari lIouses, Iklleville, Slidell and Vallette. mel $1o,000, terms. Flynn, notary. Frc Henry Salibra to Francis 1). Char- out bonnet. Jr., 2 lots, Homer. Jackson. be Franklin and Verret, $2,500 terms.- tog Sheriff, notary. Pra Firemen's Bldg. Ass'. to Edw. L. an Stenger, lot. Pacific. Elmira, Eliza and an Evelina, $1,430 mortgage.-Zengel, no- ing tary. one Heipolyte Vezien to Eureka Home- tha stead Society, lot. Vllere. Bartholo- nm mew, l)elaronde and Lavergne, $1,750 fist cash. cru Purchaser to vendor, same property, ses $2,000 terms.-Benedict, notary. em Ideal S. & H. Assn. to Louis John son, 2 lots. Thayer, Peter, Atlantic and ing Pacific, $1.600 mortgage.-Rtenaudin, nir notary. M. MORTGAGES RECORDED. BR Eugene A. Popp to E. Wegener. $70. chu I note, 1 year, S per c(ent., lot, Verret, fiel Eliza, Olivier and Evelina.-Loomis, BI notary. LEASES RECORDED. Andres P. Abascal to Frank H. Hitchcock,. Postmaster General U. S. I A., renewal for five years, building ,12 lea Pelican avenue, for a branch postoffice, 2:. known as Station A.---Seymour, no tary. En BUILDING PERMITS. Ro A. Kerstans, owner and builder, 820 1 Homer, near Belleville, $50. cia Hy. Keogh owner, general repairs Mi 238 IeBoeuf, $100. H. Hidden, builder. Mi A. P. Abascal owner, rear shed build- WI ing, slate roof, 701 Evelina, $100. J. J. W. Lennox, builder. Security Brewing Co. owner, brick cellar building, composition roof, Di ana, Brooklyn, River and Newton $975. J. W. Lennox, builder. El lic road in front of the Naval Station by and the opening of the Newton via- we duct will only' hasten tne decay of the W old business section unless they can di d get relief, which is practicable to give he them and the section of Algiers affect- to ed. This is not intended as an attack he on or criticism of the Southern Pacific p railrdad, for they seem to have com- H Splied with every requirement of the w d ordinance. Even if the Southern Pa cific prepared the ordinance the city 1- administration of 1895 (Fitzpatri9k's) is the party at fault for accepting such a grade. The city is even more at fault if the ordinance was formulated Jr by its officials. I It seems unjust and unwise that a In city of fifteen thousand inhabitants d. should have but one outlet to the to whole lower coast. ar I doubt if the present city adminis- k te tration would have made such an error. re The Newton viaduct with its low grade It a, is a proof. Probably the present ad ts ministration has had to correct other at errors of preceding officials, so may re- we not hope they will find a way to ad remedy this one? I sincerely pope so. ts It would seem the easier way would be to lengthen the present inclines so ke they would be same grade as the New n. ton viaduct, to which there seems to be no objections. If this change be im- I practicable for any reason, why not a move the present viaduct to, say, Pell- I can avenue, at the same time correct ing the grade. t 1 If this removal occurs the proviso to ill stop traffic and travel between Atlantic ch and Thayer streets could be enforced I ro- at a minimum of discomfort to our citizens. *r Neither writer nor his interests suf e fer from this mistake, but he is inter iit ested in everything that will improve I this portion of our city, being an ex 8., resident. E. P. D. rer - de . ENGINEERS' SMOKER. t. On March 10 a joint anniversary tre smoker was given by Locals Non. 15 ca- and 98, of the Marine Engineers' Bene by Ielal Association, at their hall, No. 124 he St. Charles street. Speeches were ion made by Messrs. Sneedean, S. J. Ho-I on gan and B. G. Wilson. Excellent tal en ent wusn hand to render songs, mu aot sle and jokes, which were greatly en at joyed. Rereshments were served in a abundance, and everyone was pleased with the receptioa accorded them. l- The officers of the bodies are: ry Local No. 15--Preasident, 8. J. He he gn; first Vicepresident, William P. ab Lawrence; second vice-president, John d. 3. Howard; recording ertary, RE.le try Whitpore; Anancial scretary, A. Del to casal; treasurer, John J. Brown. e' Local No. 98-President, B. O. Wl-I t- sal; frst vie-plesuent, J. H. Law ct nMes; seond rioe-president, James Li Brammon; financial and corrnesponding he Cmtary, R. . Collins; tresurr, W. Its The essoclstion is 'in a lourishiga *t leasdti and it is the intastios @te e *- ~srewglwasn'sr~lnmaj Ih Attention Grocery Clerks. T The ten retail grocers or clerks in Apr Louisiana first selling, after reading the this, ten pounds of Luzianne Coffee to rea' ten different customers and sending us pre the names and addresses of those cus- A tomers, will be sent either a nice sou- eve venir paper weight or clothes brush. pla Write names and addresses plainly. be G;uarantee every pound of Luzianne ing Coffee. an THE REILY-TAYLOR COMPANY, for NEW ORLEANS, LA. cat __-- - pat to" ENJOYABLE PICNIC. Among the many pleasure seekers who spent last Sunday on Bayou Bara- AN taria, were a bunch of jolly folks, who met at the residence of August Bloom. From there the party proceeded to the er outfall canal in a wagon and the trip itt began in the gasoline boat Red Wing, las together with the barge Queen of the eni Prairies in tow. The trip out the canal and down the bayou was very pleasant Fa and the boats finally landed at Dr. So West's camp at Peach Orchard. Fish- Wli ing at once began. Pat Prados picked wa one of the largest head of cabbages in mE that section of the country. Refresh- frc ments were served in abundance and thi fishing was enjoyed by everyone in the art crowd. The haul was composed of several baskets of crabs and many doz- era ens of perch. en Among those who enjoyed the out- a ing were: Misses C. Hayman, A. Vok- wi ninker, V. Caflero; Messrs. P. Prados, R) M. Baer, A. Dohnwar, W. Bloom, A. an Bloom, C. Bloom, Masters Frank and fat L. Bloom, A. Cafiero. The crowd was chaperoned by Mr. A. Bloom, P. Ca- th fiero, Mrs. P. Cafiero and Mrs. A. re! Bloom. lai ini an UNCLAIMED LETTERS a fel Remaining at Station A, New Or leans postoffice. week ending March Ht 2:1, 19 1 : Gents-Angelo Acquasina, Roland Emmner, John H. Hamilton care G. Lew- en is, Mr. Monteazon, John McKissick. Robert Smith (special delivery). Ladies-Miss Gracie Coburn (spe cial delivery), Mrs. Lillie Edwards, le Miss Marietta Louis, Mrs. Nell Moore. Mrs. Florence Mobley, Mrs. Mary Woods. W. J. Behan, P. aM. J. W. Daniels, Supt. Sta. A. bl FAILS TO KILL SELF. Frank Smith, 24 years old, living at is Eltia and Webster streets, Monday 5a was found in the street near his home ei by friends, bleeding from a slight ft wound in the abdomen. Sergeant Wheatley reported that the man had a ti dispute with his wife and had left " home with a butcher knife, intending tl to kill himself. When a block away lh c he slashed at his abdomen and fell a e prostrate. He was sent to the Charity tl Hospital in the Eighth Precinct patrol e wagon. n IF it PROGRESSIVE JUNIORS. i1 tt On Thursday last, the Progressive E d Junior Euchre Club met at the homeoE, Miss Edwina Thorning and spent a de- , lightful evening. The usual ten games were played, finding the following lucky players: Misses Florence Brownlee and Hattie Bucholz, ladies' fsrAt and second; Messrs. Dave and Raleigh Williams, g r. gentlemen's first and second. Miss le Irene Brookes and Mr. Walter Lilly were awarded the consolations, a baby t tr doll and a Billikpn, reupectively. y The next meeting will be held at the to home of Miss Talbot. SDean Swift and the C*oc. "M' Moderntion in Iall things" is the I Sbest precept for everyday life. There n- is a good story about Dmean 8wift ot apropos of the value of never overd o 1i- lag anything. t- The dean's cook one day overroasted the leg of mutton for dinner, and in consequence she was summoned to to the dining room, "Cook," said the Ic dean in a pleasant voice. "this leg f I ed mutton is overdone; take It back and or do it less." "Impossible. your reverrence mex claimed the cook. "Well." replied her master, "mappoe r- lag it had been underdone, you could e easily have done it more." "- "Certainly. your reverence," "Then." said the dean. "let this be a lesson to you If you commit a fault always take care that it is a halt which will admit of a remedy. 1, ry The Duration of a Dream. 1 One evening Victor Hugo was die tattng letters to his secretary. Over come by fatigue, the great man dro l pod into a slumber. A few momentab r afterward he awoke, haunted by a lo' dream which. as he thought, had ex l. tended over several hours, and be t. blamed his secretary for ittnlg there n waiting for him Instead of wakeig him or else going away. What was his surprise when the bewldered me ed rotary told him that bhe ad ouly jut salshed writlng the last sentmee de. tated to hli. P. GOdness. SWhatever mitigates the woes or b Eteutses the happiesm of othern is a Just criterimon of goodes, and wh ver laJmres socety at lase or my Idividual la It Is a criterlbo a ba il. lulty One should. at qmuarrel wih w- a doel without a reasoa sislelt ts Svinadicate oae throegh all the emts ng or maality.-colmth A Woar.'s Mind. Uilflmn--A woas never sm es able to make p hermn ad.i ice-Whw hbM aau s he vu s. btitg BELLEVILLE SCHOOL TO HAVE A LAWN PARTY. The first Thursday after Easter, April 20th, 1911, has been selected for tN the Belleville school lawn party. Al ready plans have been made and active preparations are under way. A frst-class band is to enliven tfRe *,:r evening, refreshments. blooming , plants, flowers, and fancy work are to i be sold' and a picture exhibit, a mov- i: e ing picture show, a shoot-the-chutes, ,, and a Punch and Judy show are to af- n"I ford amusement to those present. Promises of liberal donations indi cate the ever ready willingness of the *'t patrons to co-operate in all that tends toward the betterment of their schools. li an.' 's p - AN EVENING WITH FATHER RYAN. 0 St. Patrick's Day in Algiers was nev e er mnore loyally celebrated, nor more fp ittingly brought to a close, than on last Friday evening, when a large and I'. enthusiastic audience gathered at St. r Mary's hall to spend an evening with t Father Ryan, the poet priest of the hy r. South. It is generally conceded by all n who were present that the programme I wd as never equalled at any entertain- all n ment of its kind in Algiers, and apart in from realizing a financial success for an the worthy Sisters of the parish, an' no me artistic treat was enjoyed. is )f The presence of a little band of vet- ' z- erans from Camp Nicholls added to the iN enthusiasm of the evening and proved ipr t- a veritable inspiration to Mr. Byrne, k- who so ably eulogized through Father nP s, Ryan the glory of the "Lost Cause" A. and Ireland, the land of the poet's fore id fathers. Is The choir under the direction of a- their skillful organist, Mr. Herbert, A. rendered two of Moore's immortal bal lads, "Believe Me If All Those Endear- of ing Young Charms." and "Erin a Tear and a Smile." Mrs. LaGrou, who has a fine delivery, recited with telling ef fect "Erin's Flag." Mr. Henry Webr- t tr mann and a brillia'nt pupil, Miss Mary 'a Haggerty, contributed two of the best tr nrltbers on the programme in their instrumental selections. They were - enthusiastically received. Mr. Tier- r k. ney. who was prevented by a cold from doing justice to "The Conquered Ban ner" in song, could not refrain from at a Is' least reading the beautiful lines at the i appearance on the stage of two of the vi ry men in gray, bearing aiott the stand- It ard under which they had fought and bled. The second part of the programme was opened by Miss Nellie Ready, one of New Orleans' most popular violin- I at ists, who so delighted her hearers that i sy she was forced to respond with two ne encores. "The Rosary" was beauti ,ht fully sung by Miss Georgina Herbert. tnt Mr. Bernard Shields needed no in I a troduction as his famous rendition of eft "Shamus O'Brien" was still fresh in I ing the minds of his audience; they eager ay ly listened to the old story which 'ell seemed to hold a new interest for ity them. rol Miss Sadie 'ezien and Miss Arnoult more than upheld the reputation of the New Orleans College of Oratory in their respective deliveries of "Ire land, I Bid Ye the Top o' the Morn ing" and "The Rosary of My Tears." lye Each had to respond with an encore. 'o; Mr. Lew Sully, who so kindly lends his d' voice to every worthy cause, was heard in "Kathleen Mavourneen." another 'd, one of Moore's beautiful melodies. s: The evening with Father Ryan was tte delightfully brought to a close by Miss ad; Mamle Haggerty, who told "Their ms* Story Runneth Thus," an exquisite sapoem whose purity of concption is ily but a reflex of the mind and heart of aby the South's beloved poet, priest and patriot. the L. C. B. A. ENTERTAINS. A jolly time was had by members of the Branch 512, L. C. B. A., who were feoe' re tunate in attending the reception giv Fift en in honor of Mrs. Eichenbaub, who is d traveling with her husband in the in terest of his health. She stopped at , ?ew Orleans a short while and whilst here remained at the home of Mrs. P. th N. Oertling in State street, who is of president of Branch 512. On Thurs and day, March 16th, the Branch enter tained her and there were a few other es surprised members. Mrs. M. Clark and Mrs. K. Larkin both received pins of the Order, Rev. Father Larkin mak ing the presentation, and to say they were surprised is putting it mildly. S The Branch also presented Mrs. a Elchenbaub with a beautiful cut glass I a fern dish, which was also presented by Rev. Father larkin. The lady re sponded, making a brief speech in re turn.. Mrs. Eichenbaub is a very Sbright woman and gave a lengthy talk in the interat of the Order. Refresh *t ments were served in abundance. Pink Sa 'was the color scheme that was carried OX out in the decorations All departed k for home having spent a very pleasaant eveqing. see l IMPORTANT MEETING. On Monday, March 27, 1911, at 7:30 p. m, a meeting of the ladies who worked for the "Sisters' Benfit' will ' be held at the resbytery. As this will be the final meeting, and we wish to be able to glye an en g. set financial statoment od this beneat, plt we respectfully request that all who to have not yet made retarns for tickehots Ub will kindly mshoe an eort to do so by the dste of ths meetini. AlB who am aterested are cordilly larvited to be pmresL Mmr A" J. L ser" s J.P. ielam. IC. r ·~Yr) - CHARTER from -int A OF" NEW WILI.ARD NAVAl. SFTO)RI.: Sltr 4'. )MPANY. "il 'NITEIt STATES OF AMERICA. STAT:o'I IllF 1L1IiSIAN.A, I'ARIS lit" lF IlLEANS. A ('irY OF NEW LII.LEANS. lit it known, that on this., i. fourth ilay. of lie nmonth of February, in the y.iar of nt our tLord one tlt houl i and ninel hllllndred al nll l eleven, and of the inepend,' "n e of ti,, Init I ,Al St tehs of Aln rlia lithe on. lliundi l and I " "ili thirte-fifth ., twfore l"". tV . 1 r,0 an I ; "rley, "i " it Notary ',tblic. uly d unniu iioned an l W t11:lliti,'dl. In and . r the l'arisl itf rilrlan., ov S tate o, f , llluL' itn , h ,.rein rlli n ,. rnInI. in Bhal the tr-s inc' of th tnu I 'h trll i ti ii. naftier il' r" named andur.and dr cnln,. perl.nally -i-t and alt o appe.":led in several pe.l-,a s who,,,, miues ii ni are hereunto .lbscribed, all Iing of full a--6 axe of majority. and who sevornlly declare hwrs oif thii. laws and in-titlition of lhbi talte. hold re.laltive to llthe .organization of orporatiO. ,l they have e.,ntraied a"d agreed. almd do y Liony these peelseats .,irca,'t and ilgr..." and bind c et andt oblizlate tihl elvesii, as well as i(ch ip.r sons as may here inaft.,, be'omle a.., ia1 lt Ti with themr to form and e'wnditlte a ash nil politie in law, for the .,bjects and pIrplo se',"t10' and under the alre.,mints and itipulations their herein fillowingZ, which they adopt as their Pf"l iclha ter, tou-wit . Ini ARTICLE I. diss. HBnt 'i'Ihei name of this corporation shall we: thlii NI-lW WVII.Aillk NAVAL S'I'T:RS tI.M1 are P'ANY, and shall have corpolrate ,xlstence %t for the lperiod ofln ninnty ' nin )9) years of II frloln the date hereof and shall have and menm iexerlcls for tihe pulrlpas, of the hulsiness to ter Its. carried on by it, all the powers coi'nfrred afte by law on similar corlrations. intcludilng w I th' power to make' and use a corlporate Seal. kno and theli sallle to break or alter at pleasure. to e to contract, sue and be stued in Its corpor- may alle name,. Ito hold, own, receive, purchase. vial alienallte, lease. (collnv'y, nmiortgaLge, hypolhe- mnn cate, lpledg'e or otherwise eninntltr property, diren iboth real and perslonal ; to issue Iandsot. notes . n and other obilgations, for the gpinrlsc, of the ihrrowjng ruoneyll', and tol secure saile by l mortljige and otherawl; tg o name alnd ap- ronl alint siuch utilcers, mianagers, direcltors. and a'en.ts and otheir employees as the interests I.amii of sahil 'orlporation mIna ruanini and to sils ieri piend or renmove sanine at lthe pleaslure of sai this Ianhard, and to estrablish suclh Iby-laws, rul's. char anld rtegulatliin as may lI' necessary and prope r. anl lthe t same to altter. amend. or TI abolishI at pleasure., antd to generally do and dele llrformn all sucilh alts as mnay be proper and acti r necessary to tlarry out and exentie lithe pur. com ples of this iorpnration. ier AIITICLIE 11 ixce tden The domii(le olf this corporation shall it- tine ill tlh' c'ity of New 4Irleans. Sint.' of latm- in f islana. buit it lray etabnhlslh and opi.,rate far- T oriles, ,ofces and ai:gencies whe'rever it nlay ideenm advisable. All citation and other le- it S :inl lpro,sses shall I ett nr'rvnd in tIe 'resa idhent of this corporation. or in tIhe event ti'i t of his isenten or inability to act, tiinn upon aI lthe Vi'e Prl'esident. . SAIITI'LEi: In.i S 'Then obje,'ts and ptlrploscs for which this and icorporation is organized, and the nlature ofll It the Iulnllless ' to tin 'arried on by it are, here- thi by l,. in alred to Ibe the lgeneral iturpeniine hlt antd lumbeir buisiness in all its varius call 't trancilles, and to tllhat ,lild to anull lfaturll e. re, . Ilpurinchas. , andl siell tuirin'ntine. pllch, tar. i el r uing aind naval stores; tio auillire' own. dlir e -oistr-lnit an i operate turpentine stills. saw- jr mills. planing mills. Iriers and all nm;+ hint r- ery and aulitliancel-s necessary in coniie.tion wi th le op.'rnli.tin of -lil basiti".'. :g1i toi mnanifiacture andl -ill any prioducts of wan,. I sinc ains s:sh. ,lo.rs, blinis. trimo ini s. oti, lxn.i. furniture and other artilieis of wMoo st t and its by- Iprodn ts. And fturthermore to for e own and lwrateliin iconnec'tion with said pro business. tram-rods. ]o~ging-roads,. sailinc le e viessils. ster:in vess'ls. and olther water- of cranft Inecelssary fir the tralnspiirtation of noti Its tuatirigls and prloductls andi also 1io a stig d i'.rantile iuitiness. ing this ARTIC 'I.E IV. lint e The. aptllal stck of tlllis cororatlion s to herty lxedl at tifty thou.sand a A.n,tu$.twle iit Sdollars. dilvldedl into and represented by lve h- r 1. hlnirnclr .tgiNn sinar'soif one hundred sm flmit . 4 li dollars neach. whnu saahl stck sha it shall tw Ipaid for In cash, or nally h Issiued sh at par itn l:Iytnlment for rolwrty actlually mit O purclhasd or survihes actually rendered tii I. th cisrratiln. whlich said stock shall b, full pahl and non-ansessanh. 1 Thre shares of thil stawk shall lie trans- an feraitle only on the hoks of this corpjra- din l- tlion. and no transfer of stoclk shall be hind- the lin or have any effect upon this corporation. in unless and until made upom its hooks; and dal in a prior lienn anll shares shall ie, retained wnq by titis company on the stock of any share- atd i- holdel for any Indebltedness, securedn or tun h secured. how'ver evldenc.id or created. due at any time to the company by the holder or of said stock, and all trnasfers of stock or shill lw madne subject to these conditions. thi thi lit ARTICLE V. she of All the corporate powers of this corpora- he tion shall be vested in. and exercl'i4 by a nu Sihoaard of six (6) directors, who shall each l'n .e- he a stockholder in this corporation, a ma- uni jority of whom shall constitute a qutorum '- for the transaction of all business, and a ., majority vote at any meeting shall decide m< all qurtlanos voted upon. th er A WORD ABOUT th :a Furniture I ir An Algerlne, who lives in Opelousas IB te Ave., said to me the other day: 1s "Say, Burglass, I am glad I took a ad your store to see your stock and get a line on your prices; I had no idea you carried such a full stock of Cheap, Me- a dium and High Grade Furniture and t that you could save me so much money o on the first purchase." one Surprised, eh! Well, I should say iv- he was. I am now selling him, his rel is ativea and friends. in. If you give me a chance to figure a at with you, "I'll sell you, too." n .Ist No matter who your present dealer S may be, a change might add dollars to is your pocket 31 Cross the River and let's get ae er-i quanted. erTerms:-- _ CAIH,or' rkL OPEN ACCOUNT. liA: Burglass, (Leading Uptown Pqrniture Dealer.) . 3224-26.280 MAGAZINE STREET. rry rh mill F.. P0 . DUVIC .·e 'ahtl directors shall Ie electe~id ainnulllly front the stockholder,. on tthe first I ies,t of April of eh iyear, after Idu. notice of sailld mei.tn. thaIll haIv Ibe b.. tiv.n tuto hu I A st. iiockh l i.r, ,.nt h nmatil I.. his I.ist k .nownit addre`ss. init dIl`ys prior to the b i .lin_ Iof .. lal election, which i said ii i -ti or In t. tlri noll i), r.lltired by this . , I rter, ii s Iii" w ve d in ,writinll . " ll I.t .tl, t lies ion. ,l a ll ,thier III , lit ,!- staI i of the li khilr, h r ti. i. I . i ' .. b% " halt. tsl e, ach sl i ht t . , f t Io ' II -h all b ry ,entl!ld I onll n* vi te' toi i . " " inll i inion or I,. l \ "i tt l' I n,, T!ri- Iii:t i ml,", tiny. ,hII t : de, ide, all ',, ..1 " l. IniViu hr , , ,t . ,l lo u ru. frli thI,, " t,,t . , ". .l \V i] tr i t , ah, l ln r lw l tI, l hr fi r that ' l t ' ii ll ro, Th i, , iia ,I l fo . th ir,.,il, t t the, I. , i 'u.wll t ailst o. al itth., e ilIl l+ i. r.i 't ,II·.. Si Aill 1t3 AIoit ro fi nll l l 'tlii i i I t" tu itll niarntr tiernIt I rut itliir l et n thu tiluit t i if to.-kl ,h bi r. :Ist the di-,' t+ll n ,!f h , i . l l thers af d Il!,rd . i thi ill the said ,li. ralt atlind ,lie ht ilr' - I. hol the .ir reti-,u tic. oith, f,, pa ti' , i i" onue a i ,;Ier I f tl h, :1 i ,tin r ouf t iiit. , t ion, ror lultii tll I s i u srt. trl aIn L' i Th'e term l f u th I . it I rt trl mayI lire, tlr' nd ofticers h..rein ni:lnehd shllI , xpir, ""i ti . titlrst Tny itt a i f . it'ril. nl1. tr unatil (i [their]l+.si r d`re ' ilUlyr," he.t,.d his ,n1 erin M provided for. Mt t the failure to hhlai .it annuatl telecttot, t r to el.ct lit-. tfii lI4 :- u fl'if alwsate provled for. ,hall nut riiuilt in th1 dissolution of this corportatitl, buVr Ort th th le lihard of ltir.ectors and oifltr h n.hll Ihr tl their respective olittis, unti l theirt' i, .e ori',I p are duly elected. lny varan,'` oeerr.n1 oln saild Ioal , of Ilrectll ors shaTll be tilltd bl y the rnmav iin " memlners of said btl ard for tIa i uneittri.d l )tel termu, at a iluertin.: called for that purpose, lftI.r ten days prior nite. ill writin ll sent hby Iail to the sahi director`s at their iIt51 known address, and if the said hosard falll S, to elect at said meetnl., thn l the ,letio.i n [ may It, made by ith. stockholders at a *Pe" it. in etin: fr lt th. atr trpe e ' in the AI ] mannr herein provided for the electinrl Hof " directors. The said htoard of directors shall have Ric the power to mtak"' all by-laws. roles and Sregulations for thi prltl" Anle t, pllelUt anir tondinet of Ipn,, affairs of tis copor. tOll'*r ;. lrlld lto chan; lll t. Altr. a .nd or abs litli-n thr S~rame at pl aln.ur and shall thave ani ex erise all Ithe polwers confrlred 1.y Ilw oni ttlis cortiration and ias set forth n this charteir. iThe said Board of dIrectors may also I delegat any of said p\vowers in thle trans I action of the usinterp of this corporation to l committee of their own hty. or tol the ohi iers and agents of this corporat ioln. All the euployeei s of his corportation. except the oliie,. of lresident and Vice T're The first tBoard of Directors of this ctaor lraton Is hreby dr teclared to Itt : Waltlier it I tlllitcan, iLatta M. Autrey, Edwlin A. M.e Koy, J. l.nwis Thompsonl . Alex. "thom pson t llxie Thompson, with said l . El. 4illcan as Preshident the sa i.dsh l.1. Autrey la Vi'e Presidenl , aend I'. A. uhevlln. as Secretaryn Tretasur, r. who shall hold their respeIt tive liaes until their successors are duly elected and provide,'d for. if t shall . the duty of the Pr esident of I this corporttion. or in tihe o.yver of his tina bhllit"y ho wt. On thn e Lh il'residhlt. to, Sal'l nsl 'ell meetingl of thle oard of i-i .rectorI of tl stoc kho ilsrt on Ia writern ree . lget tc that pest. .-npoll aftr" two or 1mor0 .directors, or upon a n written r lulst f ten petr tia ohf tIhe stoctk aitll lnd AltthT'i.i i l VI ''Thits Eorporation may I en dishelred s hy vote of thre, fhourtlhs Dti of tche pan itall Sstock there of. at ca oenerl meeting convlllan Sfor thart purpos in he i manner s all Bove t provided, for the .alIln. of the mneetin g+ Sheld annualtly for the electinn of thi, chard of nlretors, exI'ept that in that evernt an f note in writine shall tu sent to each Sstoc.kholder thirty days prior to sit meet ing at his Io td kPanoin a ddress. Whnever this aorln.ration is disolved. either by lith itation or othe rwise. Its affairs shall I. It uidlated by three liqutoating, tommi+sioners. e to nat of any of the sah a commissioners. the +i l V in; <v"nnissioner or commissioners k shall apIoint ;1 sNeoaesor and teor ther thley Sshall colntinue the liquidattion to its tr y rination. ARTit'I.F VII. This charter may ha, chanced or amended. and the .;pital stcek may is increased or ing called for that purpose after thirty l:tc d days prior nothe In writing having be an d sent to each stockholder at his last known ca . hARTis: .E VIII. om e No stockholder shall ever be held liable rk or responsible for the contracts or faults of this corporation or in any further sum than a null or of exposing any stockholder to any ch nability feyond such unpaid balance that i- may be due on his stock. S Thus done and parded, in my officee, In the 4 tity of New Orleans. Imaislana, on the day. month and year first above mentioned. In the presence of Pierre A. Lelong. Jr.. and Lawrence M. Janin. competent male wit Snesses, here residing, who hereunto Sign their names together with the said appear Irl and me. Notary, after due reading of the whole. shares; LW M. Autry, per W. B. ,litican, 1P, B. Gilllean. p4 sharel. Meh 23 30 apr 6 13 20 27 1911 By All Means Have a Saving Account with us., Make a start for your~ e Begin with a dollar, or any amount you can spare-be des mined to save every week or month-to add a little more tO what you have. We pay 3 1-2 per cent compound interest Cmsrcil-OGsmal Trust & Savinp Bi " CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2,000,000.0, Branches near all principal Markets and in Algiers. 811 COMMON STREET. 311 CAMP STRE*T. VEAL Quality and Honest We PORK Theodore DUBRET BEEF Foto Market "THE KIND THAT GROW Fm-taslg yot of Southern Seed selling is our record. Quality eeda .s ealy sert to buy teckler eeds are sure to grow and produce reilts. Quality Is faes Plasters, Truckers, sad Florists, write to-day tor our tetod ad ataleg. bt work of its kind ever issued South. Turnip --- the leading varieties; carload li stock. Also a full line of Beans, CabbartS ILttuce, Mustard, Onion Kale. RadI 1plasch, Parsl Cauliflower, Onlus SU C ite Snd Red shallots. in fct, e for Gardealag Alftalfa. Red. White. I Crimson and Barr Clover, Rescue, llisk Rye Italian Rye. T..ll Mes. D Meadow Fresce Grass, Wyainter etc. We carry the largest stock in the Sead us a list of your wants fur J.STECELER SEED CO., Ltd., *= New Orleas, A party fronm \ 4 an e ing and tishit taria Sunda v.h wf (.:tca ,nt. Darin, ir Prt, stayed in th, 1.r:: ow l by Mr. Ikit i '. I I)repatr ar fiti fit h di!. : ' rty V compiiosed of th'!. " W illia t lhit. r. .i z, Trf . I i . . .. iN . ' r ' , . , . ,* , y Il. Oswald, IR. ;- L.utz, i ntihh. Oily M*,,. :it ar \last.r Hlenry 1 :, DELIGHTFUL E 'NG. On \V,.dne ,d:t.la , . .1 wee . M is s ( 'a r r i,. \\' 14-: a , . ,1 . 'd a fe friends in honor , ' '.l Helen Ackerma:iz n : her parture for her hon. .,'mnatl,, The evening teas Piay "T'oO" and a dcliLhr i. was a:o. I)elicious refrellrr- .;, serve&, Those present weci,.. \1! , Schroder, Edna S .r,.,,... Fran Statzkowski, Vivian Z, :.. He Ackerman, ('arrie \Vnu.i.-, .lid Nl Donner: Messrs. Fultoin it:, hholz, Richardson. E. Kokonin,.. \Wm. ell, Irwin Salathe, Itolai: I ',,rrest Win. Wiegand. and Mrls. L. Wiegand. WHEN BUYING YOUR Piano Remember the best guarantee to the purchaser is the standing and respeo. sibility of the manufacturer. Re. aponsible manufacturers are careful to see that their instruments come up t& their standard of excellence. When you sole.ct a piano coming from such a maker. your mind is at rest you have no anxieties over Its per formance. NO ONE HAS TROUBLE with the ADAM iS'IIAAF PIANO, the CHIARE BIROS. I'IANO or the HACKLEY PIANO. Years of thought and practical experience are embod. led in their making. They are as perfect as it is possible to riake them. Your nlaspection of new instrumenlt now arriving Is Invited. 131 DAUIHINE ST. HAKENJOS ONLY HALF BLOCK FROM CANAL ... SPECIAL ... Some used Pianos are better than ese tamn cheap new ones. We have s,. eral $50, $60, $75 to $150 *e terms $3, $4 and $5 monthly. IT MAES TYOU FEEL AT NE AT KOLB'S GERMAN TAVREN . afl ld Rgsturallt i Ladles an G6alt u The best the market af S fords, properly cooked and expertly served at popular prices. Music 6 p. m. to midmght. SConrad Kolb, PlrAp' 138-1i 7 St. Chalree S. on Muey the bleek btes Ceaed ab.