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Algerines at Law.
..... ~~-- -- a m m mmmm mmmm N CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Succession Notice Shotll d, t ,Ii: Il. liirot ; li and ho iiol gated a'l . fi f it , dl t rici ;ied in . t·-" thi rdanc Ie it re ait "h. llY. i rder ot f t.e our t. Suclession of Jfho. ie Woolf. Ipl session.-lRobert ()Connor. attorney. Succession of Thoi. F ine an jud th oment appoititirnl an f inistratrix. Ashount ---t inal acount f ad hoinois tratrix ia tihe fucctssitrn of telin a ('ounty et al.. shows assets $1 .:;iJ: liabilities $1.1 0594. John . artman vs. ('has. . ('or Sett, s$43 note. . I'. .iarland, attor aPon t atte. ry for sett es. Succession of ViJcn t J. Wood vs. Aetna Life Ins. ('o., $5.511.5) on a pol icy.-Sompayrac & Westerfield and .1. essi. McLouhlin, attorneys. John W. esterappoiell.nting adadmininistrator of the estate of Vinacent J. Wood on Thursday in the civil court sued the Aetna Life Insurance ('ompany, of Hartford, for sh,511.50. alleged to be due the estate under two life insur ance poliies. It Is shown that the administrator is the holder of two policies issued by the defendant on the life of James Wood, one for $1,023., ssued on aov. 0. 1877, and the other for $neys.,000, s Jed on July Westerf 1868, paabdministrale to Vin cent Wood and Honorah Alice Wood, each for one-half. James Wood died n June 180,in the proofs of his death were submitted to the defendant company and amicable demand for payment was made without avail. Both of the bene iciaries have since died and the claim therefore reverted to Vincent J. Wood, their legal heir, in the portion of one half. SECOND CITY COURT. New Suits. Prank Castrogiovani vs. Walter 0, 18ore; claim for 35.15 for mer$han George AWood aold vs. W. B. Alice Wouret; claim for $34 for rent, write of prood died lonal se 1890, pzure. Marcel Bernard, agent. vs. G. Mach and occupants; rule for possession of premises 440 LeBoeuf avenue. The Gren Flash at Sunset. A correpodent wravail. Botes that drleng the course of a voyage when midway ficiaries have since dllies and the strait om Deaifacie a "green fasb" was seen at therefor The sky was perto Vincetl clear after a cloudless Gay, with littl, wind. As their leg approached the ortion of one orse; twit m and sky for bot ortchay. eim dfoerees each side ont, the of provi sional s ued with rich dll rose and occupan the waes re possessiond a of premse rub shade theiBoer uf avenue.res Thes w rean Foples at blSunset or g Scorrthe apper sk. The tao cduolors he corse changed voin awhen marvelous bet. w ek Matelesty of colorltn had the bees approahe b those hn board. e seet leh sde nto the sun be-d heet M (a r thesI ecods after It had fmppeared bright greent blgle rlash. ,-st IIke a railway slgnal lamp, but brh t upper. met r viThe two olor rsed ar watchinge or -nomarveo' A Ged Creed.m " bet able to look e y eam seare. t In the eyes; to make tleade and held : h:to keep clman of mand and bedy: to saile at Il fortuem: to laugh at my mistaken: to frown when temp on comes a risitlg; to be ready Ith a word of cheewr rwhen that wrd w*I help; to strive to develop to the -et the beart, bead and bhad qualities endowed by the Ruler over al; t hold all womenl respect ant to love one: to wea ve t thread o. ternal optimism into the lives of all wth whom I may comn ln cotact; to wrshp mtare and the Great Spirit at caoceived It all-in a mword, to play the mime of liHe with a steady hand -n a qoale conecelance and a real d"ir t oe of servIlet-that in my re ,s And say, It I - n th w up to . mark, doe't you think I' corralled bout. al the creed that i necessary?- Dmchere Monthly. Hie Systm ef Self Defeneeh I Emav you eve stuldi the art o _ -deene' satid a youn fellow i -a of manticent physqae and T elder an looked at his qees Senor with a quiet smile and them a wn thoufhttlely: "Yes 1 have stdIed en practica 'Abl" end theother eagr1. WhoseeI 'elea's" was the reply. I Ssewhst abaehed, the yoath stem mai Omt: "Solomoe'sl What bis te I IL pelat of his qrte of train. u "Bley tblh" plied the other: -.A -et mwer tu eth away wrath.'" r th aome t the yomu man tflt a iaelmastin to Isagh nd looked at l fund saxiomly to m whether he 0 me serdlom. But a lane at the ae. asawbhe athlete was emaush, a a a very dhmat st of feelns I - rr the ymath as as muuisr I ...I Mrs. i . .1. Endwiske vs. (;ial or (;abriel l Moore; claini for $,.1K; for work ,f Saime \. .jlius Taylorr, claim for $1o for work. Satmi vs. .lackson Redford. laiti for - REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Et .:ureka lloIIestald So ciety to Tios. a New mant lot, Diana. I)eArnmas. Frank lin an Il Mon rr , $ ,in terms.---Benedict,. notary. C N- N Ika Land ('o., Ltd., to Estate of \\'Wid Peter .1 Prssier, lot, (Gen. Mey er, Vallette. Pelican and Helleville. $:L2.2) cash.-Parsons. notary. State of Louisiana c Mrs. V. A. on nett) to i'h. Sunseri. portion, NulneZ. STeth.-. IDiana and 1)eA\rmas, $1 .II ash.-- Sullivan, not;ary. Edmond .Ay.e et al. to \\Vm. S. I)wyer. portion, Iotlleville, Vallette. Eliza and Evelina. $:t.314) rash. - lien nessey. notary. . Joseph P. Mlossleiefr et als. to Bour bon Realty ('o., IL.td.. lot. Pelican are nue, Alix, Bermuda and Seguin. $1.504) r cash. r- l'urcha-ser to Miss Mary Mossumeier et als., same property, $1.'500 cash. i. Legier. notary. MORTGAGES RECORDED. " Bertha Lombard. wife of Alexander r Taylor, to Alois (;ramnel. $6100. I note. ' 1 year. R per cent., lot. Verret. Eve e lina, Olivier and Opelousas.-- l'pton. notary. e Peter S. Lawton to James .J. Man son. .5,04)h), I note, I year, Y per cent., 3 lots, Hendee. Homer, Newton and s Sumner. Y Same to Conrad B. Fischer, $17.172, I 1 note, 1 year, 8 per cent., 1P lots, Newton, Diana, Sumner and Hendee. -Collins, notary. CANCELLATIONS. Southern Bithulithic Company in favor Sidney M. Caflero, lot on New ton between Belleville and Elmira street.-Seymour, notary. BUILDING PERMITS. J. W. Lennox, owner and builder. one-story frame slated cottage. Sum ner, Newton. Diana and Hendee. $1, 500. N. Charouleau, owner and builder, double cottage, slate roof, Brooklyn, r Newton, Diana and Teche, $750. Rev. F. A. Hooker, owner and build er, one-story frame church, slate or tin roof, !228 Brooklyn, $400. Sidney Caflero, owner and builder. addition, galvanized iron roof, 830-32 i Belleville, $60. r Philip Foto, owner and builder, re pairs, 822 Teche, $150. The Vagabend Aete.. Moflre reaised the status of the ae toe to a hireling clown who mast Samuse his king. Sir Henry Irving was Seven knighted by Queen Victoria. who recognised bli magnificent services to dramatic art. But in all the years when Sir Henry wars breaking his neck to run back and forth between Victorla's royal residences and the cities where t he was playing, to set up his scenes and act for the old queen's amusement sad the entertainment of her guests. he was never once officially received by her at court. He had many private audlences, which were much the same Sfor him as to have a chat with any I ether old lady; but. althoughb he wan the possessor of a royal title, a favor SIto with the royal family and the I greatest actor of his Iage he sever was nlavtted or "eommandad," as It is :called to Buckiagham pelace. The status of vagabondia clung to his ga ments. and he was claned with crook. ud nobles and other undesirables. Arehie Bell in Cleveland Plain Dealer. Ceurage and the Fle. Courage is resistance to fear, man tery of tear, not absence of tear. x-. cept a creature be part coward. It is not a compliment to say it is brave; it is merely a loomse misapplication of I the word. Consider the flea--lncom parably the bravest of all the crea-. turs of God it Ioorance of tear were courage. Whether you are asleep or awake, he will attack you. earing nothing for the fact that in balk ad ' etrength you are to him as are the mnused armies of the earth to a sck. I tlag child. He lives both day and night and all days and nlhtes in the very lap of peril and the immediate presence of death and yet in no more afraid than in the man who walks the strets of a city that was threatened by an earthquake ten centuries be fore Wben we speak of Clve. Nelson and Putnam ua men who "didn't know what fear was" we ought always to add the ea-and put him at the head of the proceslon.--Mark Twa l. a The Original Paul Pry. bThous HIl. familiarly called Tom. my Hill was, says Dr. Brewer, the 8 miginal Paul Pry. It was from him 8 alo that Theodore Book drew his 7 charMter o Gibet Grner1 . Planche 7 In ia n"ecoileeios" says of Hmll: '"N speealty we the accrate ier f mate he ould impart ea all the pet- 61 ty detals of the domestic conomy of 61 hi friend, the contents of their ward 61 robes, their pantrie, the number of 61 pots of peerves la their store eloets 51 and of the table napkins in their hae msse, the dates of their birth and marriages, the aomnts of their turd g t e't ills and whether paid weekly St o quartaerly. He had bee on the 4t pr- and was comaetod with tlhe 4t Mer ghrocaek H*e m to hve 3 atthwe r~a by oreag out hl 3t wh heabote when be eft Leds. *Sd peb tme Iematl. I -m pa .r pa .* a Names In EIctrioity. Electricity is the one branch of sci ence that honors the great names in its fundamental terminology. Andre Marie Ampere was the French physt and for whom the unit is named. The ohm bears the name of George 8. Ohm. a German man of science who discovered the law on which the unit I of electrical resistance Is based. The volt Is named for the Italian Volta. r the greatest electrical authority of the eighteenth century, who was the first man to construct a rude electric bat r tery. The farad. the unit of electrical capacity. is named in honor of the English physicist Faraday; the colomb. the unit of quantity. for the French physicist Coulomb. and the watt. the unit of power, for James Watt, the Scotch inventor who improved the t steam engine. Herbert Spencer. Was Human. Herbert Spencer in the attitude of superintending his household affairs was practical and amusing. At one time the poulterer had not been giving satisfaction, so Mr. Spencer called his housekeeper and gave her directions to transfer his custom to another :1 tradesman whose shop faced the de linquent's. "And. Miss Smith." said the author of "Synthetic Philosophy." "be particular that the first poulterer sees you giving your orders to the see ond poultererl" I INDECISION. There is no more miserable hu r man being than one in whom noth ing is habitual but indecision and for whom the drinking of everycup. the time of rising and going to bed every day and the beginning of ev r ery bit of work are subjects of vo itional deliberation. Full half the time of such a man goes to the de ciding or regretting of matters that ought to be so ingrained in him as practically not to exist for his coan ciounem at all. ROLL OF HONOR, McDONOGH NO. 4 SCHOOl, Scholarship and Deportment. 7A--louis Chisholm. Joseph Brau ner. Anthony Gayaut. Earl Schultheis. 7T-Alvin Christy. Gardner Herbert. 6B-Arthur Gayaut. Anthony Ru more. John Sinclair. Henry Senner. ,B-Strueby Drumm. August Tonim berello, Birney Rousselle. 4A-Anthony Gerretts, Leslie Stras setl. Stanley McMahon. Andrew Worley. Richard Maher. Josepr Hogan. Ralph Acker, Francis Riordan, Henry Hilde brand, Nicholas Mustachia. 3A-Harry Laufer. Earl Schindler, Orrin Christy. Joseph Schieb. 3B-John Schwarzenbach, Lienard Johnson, Albert Johnston, Michael Lawton. Albert Ryan. Julian Hogan. 2A-Charles Burgis. Stanley Barras. John Beninate, Noel Duvic, Tisdale Daniels, Walter Jones, Bennie Grund meyer. Henry Gerrets. Elliott Hafkes bring, Anthony Lauman, Leonard Mo laison, Henry Olsen, Charles Penisson. a Frank Powell, John Ryan, Maurice Ro blchaux. Edgley Schroth, Francis Sad ler, Heywood Vallette, John Brown. Michael Duggan, Wm. Nolan. 2B--John Prados, Herman Troselair. 1A-Hart Schrawzenbach, Cyrila Brouphy. J. Dennis. James Comfort, Walter Jones, John Forrest. Scholarship. TA-Thomas Buchholz. 7B-Foster Ryan, William Hilde brand, Walter Ryan, William Hopper. 5B-Edward Nielson, John Riordan, Roy Niohlaus, Clyde Smith, Francls Lyncker, Charles Brown, James Mur- ' tagh, Bernard Rice. 4A-Charles Stacy, Alfred Christy. Charles Braem, Raymond Sterling, Al-. vin Rhodes. 1A-Herbert Wingerter, Gaines Gil der. Deportment. 7B-James Baer, Edward Twickler. 5B--Harold Marcour, William Erik son, Stanley Diket. o 4A-Joeeph Blum, Alvin Dupuis, Thomas Butler, George Thorning, Ray-. mond Spitzfaden. p 3A-Harold Wrigley, George Rey- d nolds, Tom Spahr. 1A-Jol. Hambacher, Cyril Schind ler. BELLEVILLE 8CHOOL. a Spelling Review, March, 1911. a · h th A .......9 700 9 .987 th B....... 1200 251 .79 th A.......2 700 10g .84 th B.......2 950 104 .89 8th A.......94 50 34 .9476 8th AB.......0 90450 15043 .83 ith B.......0 1300 227 .8453 th A.......0 750 15830 .78936 c 7th BA.......3 13850 2908 .907851 7th A.......1 1500 499 .s24 lth B.......S 1750 179 .898 trd A.......2 8700 178 .79 6trd B.......1 70950 108 .89 45 O rd A....... 1 800 12 .8425 th A.......O 590 150 .83 85 SCHMIDT AGAIN IN THE LIME 4- LIGHT. In Frank Schmidt. who lives at No. !tS2 g. St. Roch avenue, was arrested on Sat It urday night at Webster avt-nute an:i ie Patterson street by Patrlnman S.l: - beck andt locked up on the charg, lt refusing to move on. S".hni idt is si,', ie arated frou his wifet. who makes hier a horne ill that sect iton otf Algirs a I.r, le ie was picked up by the otflier. As hIi t has beeni hanging arouinld for stieI time relatives of Mrs. Schl idt ftearedl I that he muighlt ittllmpt to harm I.er ie and com)plained to the police. Schmidt hb :is disearyt ed by ltecoirder ('leillent is o Mo tnd:<>. wtith the warning to avoid Sthe neighborhood. Schnlidt a'ltenlpi ed tilo i.olitnli suiiide s5oln1 titlie ago oli acctount of his fatnily troubles. DOORMAN JOHNSON HURT. SIDoorman Theodore Johnson, of the Eighth! Precinct police station, had his * right shoulder dislocated on Monday r afternoon at 1:15 o'clock when, w title S- leaving the station with Mayor liehr d tman'sn buggy. destined for tile mayor's home. the horse became frighll:ened and overturned the vehicle. .Johnsont being pinned under it. He was sent to the hospital for treatment. The buggy was damaged to the extent of $20. CIIARTER Ill. E.N.JYlll A llI'I .IAI.TY h 4'II't1ANY. .1 ,ti'i1 '!*th. 1911. NITr:li .ITAT:ES OF A1MI-tII'A. STATEl: i- I. I.OISIANA. PAItnil.II llF ilt IEANS.. IT'Y OlF NEW ilERl.IANS. 1t,' it known. thallt on this twenlty ninthl daly of .larch. in the var oif our Lord on,. I thi,sand nine h.llr nred andllf ileven, l.efore I mae. lynne u i. h i t,er . i a ntary pt l bli c in t and for ltlh srish of r rleans. sti:lte of N in- r Ildanm. :aforesaid. duly commissioned and I qualite nd. and in . ll~ t e tpreetinc if e wit t neisses herllIftr n amed and unl,"rsinld. iserilt rl. who tcltared thatl availing them ii selves o,,f the prodvshions of Act Nio. i' of . ithe General .Assmbnily of the stlate of Lou 41 islana adopted in the year 11104, as well as all oIthe laws of thl4i scat.. relative to lhl a, "irganization of orporatilons. they have 1 hereby hind themselves, their ass.ciate+. llecesors and assigns to formn a cnrlira tion and tIidy poluttl, in law for the obj,.ctsi :anti tiirtities and toin lD r the t i.reettelntt aind - ltipulalinns fllowi ng, to-wit : AIITII'al I01: I. A'iT ICLE 1. 1- Th nll ime anild style f th ir nltr:rtion sihall tie ill. Ih N.1 1'tYA .\ Sl'l. i'Al'IrY i4tl. º IL'LNY. Its donichle shall Is' In New Orr ltana. ii. . and it shall hav:ie andi injtiy ciir rtlil iitt.ellltince anld si eetssion for the full I- rtin and period of ninety-nine yearn from allte hert.itf, anti l Isollit ireyler ha ,.. , I p ,t1ess alnd exerlcise all corporate rights and n L.ritvilegei granted and accorded into ilr lirla tt ro byn the ta~ts of t ils state. c·pnl ially thet Iolwr and authlll rit y to tIwr"riw moinv. conitract. se and te I. tiwd in ita i'- pir .lrte nillne. to isile atiock, lindls. notes i lanid other e'idenes olf ibht. anil to htld.. Sreco.vee. P lrchaw"i. Iea, , aII, con ey," pledge or nimortgagi and hylthett ate u reat l and u perti sonl pro. and ppetani to nmell and anppoint " aull' niattiiagers. lleliirs, directors. lerks andit agents. as the interest of said corpiralthtin a may flint tltie to time reItilre. All viita- n tians i tither legal pirtocess shall te servied on thi prisident. and In in lnti of his ahsenct or Inability to iact ulpin the viic -president r' or the t reasreenr if saidl iporatiur iotin. a Ti I Iif II. The otjets and pnriul.ses for which this t corptoratlion Is organlzed anid establilshedI and a the nature of the business to he carried on t Stby it are iherehy declared to lie to -conduclt. loplerate and carry oln a unufltactory of all kinds uu candles and cnfictionery supDlies. cakes. Iastries, and the like and similar confeetion ani other sirecialts. Inclutding toys, anti the vending and sale of such artl Ichs and etnftections as well as candies, nuts i and fruits, either in wholwiesale or retail I quantitles; and to these ends to acquire, a Smaintain and operate stores, factories, ma- a Shine"y and such other appliances or apiar situs as s aw d generally In such hisiness a as well as any and all inventions or patent t rights. appertaining thereto, and further- a mor, tit do and elrform all and every other n thing conneetid with or incident to the general porpose and conlduct of a wholesale I and retail confectionery and manufatory of candy and other con fections and special tIes. i A.RTIiLE III n The capital stock of this corporation is t hereby fixed at the sum of ten thousand dollars., to be divided into and represented i hy one thousand shares of the sum of ten t$1lh.IM, dollars each, which said stock shall be paid for in cash at time of sub acriptiom or at fuch times In manner and a amounts or Ionstallments and upon such no tlice as the board of directors may d'cide u rpon, or the samie may be issued at not less titan per in payment for labor done, aervlces rendered, or for money, property or rights Sactually received or purchased by said colr poration. This corporation shall have the right to commence business operations when three m thousand dollars $3,o0001 of its cptapil stock shall have been subscribed for. AIRTICtE IV. Allt corporate powers of this corporatiuo it shall be vested in and exercised by a board of dlrectors composed of five stockholders. to be elected by the stockholders annually by ballot on the third Tuesday of March in each year, commencing In the year 1912, e undeor the auperviston of three stockholders of appointed for that purpose by the board of h directors. Each director shall own in his own name or in that of a firm whereof he may be a member, at least five shares of e the capital stock of said corporation during ot hil term of of e. e Ten days' previous notice In writing or to print shall be given each stockholder of each p1 election or meeting of stockholders, to ble m delivered unto each person or sent through te regular ordinary mail to the last knowL es post oce address of any astocekholder. w .At all elections or meetings each stock- h holder shall be entitled to one vote, to be to cast by the owner, either In person or by proxy, for each share of stock owned by ac him or by a firm of which he is a member, m and a majority of the votes cast shall elect f and decide. Three directors shall consti- i tute a quorwm for the transaction of ol- ta ness and the board of dlrectors may make m' and adopt or change and amend at their se pleasure all such by-laws, rules and regla- I tions as (hey may from time to time deem necessatry for the conduct and management se of said business and moreover shall have tull power and authority to contract debts, borrow money, lasue notes, bonds and other obligations and authorl e sllsuance thereof, in the name of and on behalf of said cor- n poration and secure payment of same bh mortgage or pledge of its property. Any vacancy occurring in the bourd of directors from any cause shall be filled by the re- or mmalng directors, but sMy such dlrectors m elected to fill a vacancey shall poseess in his tal own name or own In the name of a firm of w-hich he is a member, the hereinbefore n mentioned shares of cspltal stock of said I corporation. p At their firat meeting following each an nual election the board of directors shall ati eleet one of their number to be president. tl one to be vice-president and another to be an treasurer of said corporatioa. A failure to ho elect directors on the date speeldfed shall ot not dissolve this corporation lut the dlrec- an tomrs and omeers thereof then in ofee shall tor continue to act as such and cause the elec- ot tiloq to be held as early as practicable ow thereafter upon notice to stockholders as 5 above prescribed. In case of absaence of ow any director from the city of New Orleas ant or i case of sickness or other disabillty of lac said director, be shall have the right to thl name and appoint in writing any other put stockholder having the aforemetloned num- l aer of shares or qualifeations concerning a stock, to act for ad represent him In said pe representative capacity u a director dur-. Lng his absence or sickness or disablllty. tar Mesnr. John 8. De sen, Carl Sehnelder si George a. Watson, Charles Reyaolds ad rid Adam . Rau, with the said Jon 8. De Den as president, Carl ehnelder as vice- sa pwesin t, ad Oeorgs A. Watson a trs- at u-r, have be e nos and slectas the st No a tr kh )hold r ih:ti! ev., ' . '. e !'tl. 'i lihe ill rt'eljpona idle f IIor "t ' . , ,tiutrl' . 1 g thins aorpl.ration ti :tit } f th, r ,z-''IrIn tIh.an t fit, tin!l:til ht;.i+i lb . ,11 i ia *-har.' .f i t sta k tta t, ,ar h'b !I ' Ira! 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E. 4':1r""% nt i' I'.'ter It I'rre ltr':. a pill ' etfantl witntlo.,' .,f I111filt l 1ta -1. ti ra it oIf t ti, r'ite. whit , h i'tre S lintl)o ,l.ti ah-ir n:i.' lll. , ta tI r wial ii ale:lrr andl i t., io.tIarv, on the day tainal 'd date aforeslia I a m. ia atf - ia- r. a t share. a \\\ I I ltl 'L' Tl ' It. F l-'It lit.I . I.. ithe underi'"i,' re.rdelr of m-rtu.;ea., in aaand for the parialh If itraleeansa. itate of Louisi'ana, do htere'-y a,'rtify that the alave anad fire'',tini rat of t incorporation ,f the Enl':jya. SNly,'ainty t '.., :was T Il t day rer'irdl 'e in mta oaiM. I lai t ok Il1 . ftli't 47t" . Niw Orlatin'. m1:ir,.h :liath. 1911 . I:.ILE LE:a.iNAitl, ly. it. I . %ln i". W rIne II ;eri. l, a lt ll: ilry p bli., ith. r in ranld f l r it l- pailrish oaf allriaaain;. altata, tf l .'.at i.in:. duly lt atrnlmmiaaian t and giallitl ,d. lt l1 l aherlPy ,'a'rtif. that the fltorem l ini tia a a trat'e aItnId c'rre't ' l "'iI ' of tlhe at tof htiar' ll plationi atf tht it:niotva Specri i'ty o.. with . th .xc.,ltio'n of th.e names of the slnera 1. and th.ir ,riinai l .n l.rlptlins. e'a,.".nted ! at tforr, i me oln Mlarch l9. 1111 .i tetlihr withlr S lit. ae'rtilitt it t flaof the a t.li Vtt' . " a:rnter If Snmirtg.._a.es. for the parish If il, rli ans there ia t latttached. on file and Iof record in my In fithl wlihereof. I ihtr" herento ,t t i ly hand and i al :ilal seal on this ' tilt dal of t 'l a.A rlil. 1al1l a Da I alti WYYNN: a. lRo I1:Rs., s,ot ry 'niletlh. till 1:It 7 27 t my 11-1 ll dI t CHARTER n -a OF THE t, Tlla'RiN'rA Ta TlRS 411l. a')oll'ANY. I.IMITEIa. iT i 'rr 'r t: aFl' laI T'SIANx.l. I'AItl.iIil aF (ll LE:ANS . It.e it knoiwn, that on tilti 14th dally of it, ntitIh tof Marh. In the year of " or a Lord nil thoisaiindI ninlte hndr."d and eleven. l fore nat,. Ernest T. Florance., a Notary I I llldh+. nIlly 'm isn-iinnl. q allithd anlI lnsworn. in ail fur the parl;r h and **at. at I n"., wl'ritten and in the a preice of tilhe w aittnes Shrreinaftr ai me it d and l inderslned. person ally tcaii and apllared ath persons wltosa natnme ar'e heretlntn snheilritad, wll ho sa"vrp ailly declaraed: That, avallinit themselvies of lthe iproavisions iof thel laws of this state Srelative' to ith fiornation of aerporations, aid eapef'ally oi f Act. Nl. :ta 'f 1of ' . of tlhe I;enera'al e.iAs a mbly t Illan of l n nd thte anendmentls thereto, they have f.ornmed. tandl do ly these presi.nts. forml and ioranizet h themttite'l'si, as well at l1111h other ltarsons a s may hereafter lst'nmle associated with t a them. into a carpratin.l ftor the oajicatl Sandl lilrpot0s and iunder the arthtlea, and I stipoiations foltlwini., to-wit r ARTICLE I. I- The lname of this corpoaration lihall Ie the a CONTRACTORS''t OIlia, 'O"MIPANY.. 1.11 i1 ITFDa. and tnder Ita corporate namle it shall have and enjoy corporl at exalrrenre Sand aereaslon for the full r;erlad aof ninety hitne O991 yearn from the date hereotaf: It a shall have power and authority to sue and t he staed. to make and use a corlporate seal. and the same to atear and break at pleass r tro: to bold. rleotlve. lea e. irlchase and e convey. ase wHll as to mora.a~ and hypiath acate. property, real, praonal and mized, I 'orporeal and lncorlatreal: to hame and ap- s potnt msieh manlagere. aents. dire'tors anad oiar.a're at tes buasineora. Interests and 'onvra nten'e may requ a re: and to makae and er tablishi. as well aa alter and amtnd. from tilm to time. stah by-laws, rnleat and regia latlons for the proper ornment of the perntoft at fairs of sald corporpoatIon as may be n'ces atry. and proper: and to do all other actns and thlnirs permitted by law. or which shall I or may be neeessaary and proper to ecarry out the objects and puiarpoees ofr said cor- a poration. ARTICLE II. Thea domlle or this corporatlon shall e In the City of New Orleans, Loulslina. and all eltation or other legal process shall *e served opon the prealalsdent of said corpora lion, or In the event of his ablenae. upon the vh'e-preaident. and In the absence of L both of saIrd oei rae upon the secretary of a the corporation : malts by thla corporatlIon shall he brought In its corporaote name by d its president. (a ARTICLE Ill. S The oljecits and purposes for whicah this aorporatlon Ia organIzed, and the nature of the buslness to be carried on by it. are hereby declared to he: To prospec t for. locate. acquIre y dlscov- A cry. lease, license, option, purchase, fran chle. igrant, gis. tdonatlon, devrIse. exhange - or otherwtse, and to hold, own, possess. enjoy aevelon mine. work, bore and drill for. operate and develop, promote and ex ploIt mInes, oIl wells. gas wells, and wells. mIns or excavatIons, for salt. sulphtr, wa ter anad all other mineral products of what ever nature: anda the same to sel. or other wlIse dispose of or eoneumer. mortlgage and hypothecate.- as the Iaslntes. Inteersts or convenIence of the corporation may require, To locate, purchase, lease. or otherwise acqltire. lands. mines, wells. excavatIons. mineral rights and claims, water rlhts and franchises, mill sItes and landso. and partlc ularly lands contalntne or belIeved to con tain oil. gas. salt. stlphar. water and other mineral deposits: to carry on the bilanesa of s earchin forp, prospetn , preparang. ain Ing, drillIng and boring for, refining, pIplng. torng, transportIngl, saipplylng. buyaing, sellIng.l manufactring and distributlngl gas, Ipetrolem, otr other oil, salt. sulphur, water and other minerals, and their products and by-products: and to erect. acqulre. maIntaIn and operate refineries, mIlls, works. laborato rIes. workshops, and dwellings for workmen. To purchase, construct, lease or otherwIse acqalire. own. operate and maintaln. electric or as lIghting and power plants, buIldIngs. machInery, appliances and equipment apper talnlnal thereto for the use of .as busIness: and to own and operate telephone and tel. graph lInes, or to lease, construct, or other wise acquIre the same for the uses and pur poses of Its own busIness. To onastruct, leas. acquire. own and oper ate pipe lInes, with statIons and storage tanks, for the transportatIon. dtstrihutlon and storage of oil, gas or other producta, hut not as a common carrier: to store oIl for hare; to charter, own. construct or lease. and operate tgns. barges and other veassel for the transportatIon of petroleum and other products, and to construct. lease or own docks and wharves for the use of such water transportatIon: to purchase, lease. own, hold and operate tanks and tank ears. and other works and appllances that may he incidental or auxIlIary to the busIness of this corporatIon : to lease, own. construct, purchase, maIntain and operate. tramways, raIlways, with necessary engines. cars and uppurtenances for the transportation of petroleum, or other oils, mhlerals, suppiles, materials and appilances of whatsoever na ture or kind for the uaes and purposes of aI1 corpol tiou, but not as a common ear And geerally to hold and exerelse all anch lacdentsl powers sad privileges as re MITICI IV. 9 Ith H M9 9 . .livh1 e ,I I t..In f' ,u r 99hit .Ir,.'l .h . 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K9 9 t i. 9'h.., '9l. 9 9.9i9i't 99ti, t9.9.1 i 19r,.r : W ..r'. l.)99l. an: th bins f the sompany mty re q lir' tn or f t1, . nf,' r , '. of '9li9r9 ,t9r: .Ni.'i !,+ h." I ;It at the .sl it " uhn.t f r o, y at \,"m I9rl9'n., at 99 9 l 9ll.h'9t tit,9 , 99l 9 n9 .a d9.9p ihl 1t .,. . nl.ly h." l, l x.,1 b1 y the 9 .9a:i, ll ,. :r!rd of ll tlr ithrs. .r b t. 999 " 9-9,1t 9 9. on r m n l9 ri9 ' .i ,as t he h l.in.. of ti p oe . ny h imlu" re qtrile or nialy , . nf-r li.ts rih. s o l a ppo in a thn9 r. on, 9199'. lt',.h,9 r ' 9 cn r lf the 9 ."im Oif I ir,'ctor.9. or 93y 9h9 9F,,n9'l.,99l 9m9an99ge!r, in ('999e of9 9,.rn9. , ml.loy'9d 9i9" him 9nd9'r a9 .!9hrlty of 9 Il--. hoa9rd. The lnlard of Iliretor, slhll l ... ha-e the right to co.nfer any of it9 s p.9 wrs upo'r n ian l-,.at'v+'9e commIlitt9ee. agll-nt. 9 , 9r r.eprs.9ents tive. or Iother pr. onri. ..9 it may deem adi viset.ll . ARTII'I.E VI. All m.,tings of st9 ' khol,' r., for ,any p o. 9pose9 whatever, whether .specia:l or general,. shlil bi h.ld In the i9 , ' f Ne 'w lrlinq., La . after t,! n Iyta9s' nrioth' e mailed to the 9st9 kiown addr,".s of ,"9' h t'ckhohler. In <p'tsh entings stoc'kholder shall 9I entitld to 99itl9e v.le for .ea99h share of stock 'wned by them. in ,personi or by proxy: provided that .stc'k a.n o9nl" t... v ,oted in the n:ame' of ,stockholderI who shalll be the record owner ' othe k. sl k as shown .upon 9the books of the i. pa9ny. at least thirty i:9h19 days in advanc.' of the meeting at whi.h said sto9k Is o9ff9erd tils voted. 9alad no th9' of nmeeting shall 9I i9ssued 99y t*he sec r'tary of the 'ompany by authority of elther lthe tord of Directors or president of the company. Fillnre to hold the alnnl9ual m. eeting of 9stokholders ..hall not affect. the '9pa9It},"y of the incumllont of.i rs to ot. but thv hill:l hobil ,fiti. n t9ti their . .'.e.nr' l are le9 cted AltTit'T.F VII. This charter mayw t chanied, ilth.red. or lamended. ,r thi9s c. oralort1on It di.s.olved !Iy "1 vol' t, of two9 thirdr of9 thi oitstaul ilg tepital stock. lprelsent, or repreented at a meeting .-llh"d for that purpose, aft,,r noti.P of .:f9i9 mee.9tinn 9h9ll h'ave Iw9en give.n as abit.e providi' ed. In as le the organization t dis. .ved. the isame meetinalg shalll ap hint the liuhlatre to s.tlle the affairs of 9the nmpany. whoi hall as. rapidly a.s posile pay all outstland in d'ht., se.ll the propert9 y for . '.sh, or oth erwi--, as thle.y may I eern :11041ill.. or as lmay l directed by said mee in, of stock. hohlers, and divide the proceeds among the lstokholder9'. a''rldin to their .respectiv interPt.. In all 9thr qther est9ion.s except'iing those mentioned In this article a mLajority of the capital stoc.k votig at9 a9ny 'meetingn shall I control the action of the company. ARTItL.E VIII. No stockholder Of said clrpo ration shall t.ar ht, held lihhl Or respo.9sibl. for its c9aon tr.it., or9 faults. or th99ose 9 f any of Its agents'., or emplohy9.s, in a greate.r tu99m than the unpaid 9bhalnce dl,' 9y them on sulub 'riptio.ns to the 9 a9pital stoc'k of the rom pany:. nor9 shall any informality in ,organ ization hav9. the effect of re.ndering this char.ter null.*or exposing a stockholder to any liability w..wyond the amount due on his sul'sc'rilption to the capital stoc.k of the cor poration. The n99ames hereto 'subscrilwd shall form the orlgina.l .subscription list. Thus done, and passe.d in my omiee, on the day, month, and year first above written, in the pre9sence of Emmet I. Fischer and II. Austin, competent witnesses, who have here unto substrilw9ed their names, together with the saidl apparers and me. Notary., after a dl9e' r'asdin91 of the whole. • 9|gnied: Alfr,.d Garrett. Prank IL Rice. shore. Shil Weiss. Martin Shepard. [Leon 4'. Weis.., Walter 9'. Kenan. Whinesses: Emmett I. Fischer. D. Austin. FARNEST T. FLOiR.L?.NCE. Not. Pub. The a.ove act of incorporation of the ;orintractors" O1 9'ompany. Limited, having Iw'en submitted to me for examination as to I its legllty. I am of the oplnon that the oijects and purposes of the corporation as therein not forth are legslI and that non. of its provisions are contft ry to lasw, WARREN bOYYLE. March 16. 1911. Asst. District Attorney. 1.. the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages, !n and for the ParIsh of Orleans, State of LouIslana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation of the Contractors' Oil Co., Ltd.. was this day duly recorded in my omce In book 1018, follo 412. New Orleans, March 17, 1911. EMILM LEONARD, D. R. A true copy. ERNF)IT T. FLORANCE. April 4. 1911. Net.. 1ub. Apr 13 2-0 27 may 4 11 18 1911 Bargain Banking Do not look for Interest bargains when you open a savings account. Safety and peace of mind is what you want. You are on the safe side when you accept our rate of 31 per cent. com pound interest backed by thirty years of business experience and our large CAPITAL and SURPLUS. Cmmrclal- Gerila Trt & Savinp BA CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2,000,000.00. Branches near all principal Markets and in Algiers. 811 COMMON STREET. 311 CAMP STREET. VEAL Quality and POHonest Weight PORK BEEF Theodore DUBRET Foto Market "THE KIND THAT GROW" Forty-elght years of Southern Seed selling Is our record. Quality Seed. are the only sort to bay. Steckler Seeds are sure to grow and produce results. Steckler Quality Is famous Planters, Truckers, and Florists, write to-day for our IWl trated Seed Catalog. Best work of Its aind ever Issued South. Turnip Seed ln al the leading varieties; carload In stock. Also a full lie of Beans, Cabbage, Collar Lettuce, Mustard, Onion. Kale, adidlsb polaach. 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