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CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Emile. Laine vs. Algiers Railway & Li ht Company--$2,000 damages for Is rsonal injuries. G. J. Untreiner, at torney. Emi te Laine, who was run over by a street car at Newton and Webster streets, Algiers, sued the Algiers Rail way & Light Company for $2,000 dam ages. The petitioner avers that he was crossing the street when he was run over, due to the gross careless ness of the motorman, and that as a consequence his hearing has been per Iianently impaired. Suc cession of Polite Saunders. will1 - W\. J. and P. F. Hennessev, attor ne3 s. Polite Saunders, by his will. probat ed yesterday, leaves to his wife. Rose Parker, widow of Chris Henderson, half of his estate, and the other half he leaves to the children of his brother, Polar Saunders, of St. Mary parish. The will is also in the nun rupativ«" form by public act, and dated A LOVER'S TEST D7 MARGARET KELLY Copyright by American Press Asmo clatUon. 1911. In Constantinople there once lived a young girl whose father and mother, dying, had left her a snug fortune. Moreover, her parents being dead. she was at liberty to choose a husband for herself. Now, Fatima-that was the girl's name-was very particular about one thing in the man who should be her husband. She wished him to be a brave man. Superstition at that time hung like a pall upon the Turks as well as the Christians. But Fatima was more enlightened than others and had a contempt for any young man who would be terror stricken at a sup- I posed apparition. Three lovers sought her hand. To the irst she said: "My father last night appeared to me in a dream and told me that f 1I would send one whom I thought of marrying to the I sepulcher in the cemetery where his body and those of others of our fami- t ly Ie he would appear to the suitor and give me to him. Go there and re- i esive me from smy father, and in the morning return to me. Then I will i many you." The young man, whose name was t Abdallah. reltantly accepted the sit eation sad said that be would go to the sepulchber as soon as it was dark and wait for the ghost's appearance. Then Fatima told the second lover, Hamid, what she had done, adding that If he would go to the sepulcher and appear to Abdallah as a ghost and sears him away she would accept Hamid for her husband. Hamid was quit. pleased at what he considered a easy way to get a rich wife and agreed to ablde by the result of his e Th third suitor, Bismllab, was as ndepnmdemt fllow, and Fatima prefer red him to either of the others. She told him ef the arrangement she had made with them and aid that she would also give him a chance for her p bhahi Whoar of the three was found a n the asepucher tn the morng sh o would marry. "Noammarl replied mlla "-P atleep ai n a tomb." "Oh, I thought you loved me," re "1o I do but not well enough to risk y I nemainig all nlght in a edsepulche. Whiat goods would it do s to win a wite and rdie?" "It is vry plain," saidM atima, "that 3e do net love me" "I daon't call love giving way to a wM m." "It is not a whim; It is a teLt." "Vey well, tst them other men. I [l haveno mi to eUer such an absurd smautitiom." He tune on his bLeel ad leaft her. Sho was very much disappoiated S N - given her word to thi other two at WmrJ the ome who should fulnl the e smtlomrelyi B ismlllam h whom de a knew to hi brve and free from upeltios, to oeupy the Uaplcher tb ad thas wn hemi-. His reuat upeet a a he plMa and wuoul gv h a e a mbed she did net wish to marry. be lay awake al aght bemo1sag ' t emc age her pla n and thlnk lug hw ooibsh sh haid Meen to st en·ake It bh keaw Bimilla would Sar to remala all alsnht in ann umany ple, aad e respe· ed him n at bng wii to wina her in enly made her mere siouse to ave hm,ir her hubsa.n be ette ver the matter til mt baiN daw, wmhen s e determine to g hemself ad try to frigtas away to Sltars el dl Set wis to may. Delng hanedl, ae woma a sheet * bet her and errei to tihe am ro. gppwiasbl the pstcer e al -ar -nesroles, a eal a sund and e tp o d ism. O it ei a aies ... .t was a m O n at the An new depended eflrttma'tg e away the man In tMhe sMpulcbr. -h me bad rima. and them was Igt eauh om ets sd the comin at daw dor he to hi dlistnec ses, t it was toe dark fo heri to me the -s in he srptlce. Itanding ae hbe bo deor, whieh was spenA bem save a sie: ~thee was a semu as e of esme Wrng. the e.eabing at ms t et a rt . sad a ndlau: - 'o away bem eem an eu s to '5k milh ober.,." - ~ -ii July 5, 1906, executed before William H. Seymour, notary. for at- CHARTER FILED FOR RECORD. by Belleville Oil Company, Ltd., capital stock $500,000-Bachet. tail am- REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. he Was Mrs. William S. Whelan to John P. ess. Brechtel, three lots, Whitney. Evelina. s a Eliza and LeBoeuf; $700, terms per- Woulfe. CREDIT SALES. will Industrial Homestead to William H. for-! Ward. lot. Belleville. Alix. Vallette and Pelican avenue: $2,:)00, mortgage )at- Dreyfous. ose on, BUILDING PERMITS. talf his St. Denis Villere, owner and builder, ary repairs. Patterson and Elmira; $40. un- P. J. Hymel, owner and builder, re ted pairs, 608 Wagner; $300. Eu . - - -.- --tmegg "Leave thbs abode of the dead." said Fatima in a sepulchral voice. "or I will drag you with me to Tartaras." "That would please me greatly." re plied the voice inside. "By coming here I have put myself in an unpless ant position. A girl told me that if I would occupy this place till morning she would marry me. I refused; then, lest she should think me cowardly, I came. I brought my bed with me and a drove away two fools I found here. or, Now I suppose I shall have to marry e. this girl. I would prefer going with l you to Tartarus." id There was silence for a few mo ments. then Fatima gave a sob, then a laugh. and Bismillab, who knew from the first it was she, sprang from e the cot he occupied, took her in his ar arms and checked her sobs and her a laughter with kisses. e Then, taking up his bed, he carried 5 it, walking home beside her. S There wasn't any trouble about her cd choosing a lover after that The two fl other suitors took a back seat, and P- Bimilah oecuped the only ront one. ' Getting Near to Nature. - It It was not always perfectly clear at 4 lrst thought just what Ben Caldom e meant when he spoke. The best a e hearer could do was to guess at the s most obvious meaning and let it go at c 1- that. In the matter of a captive moose, t ir which belonged to Ben, the doctor fol- ti lowed this course. The moose was e undoubtedly sick, and a veterinary had been summoned to attend him. Be n went out to the pen to assist the doc- j, a tor. p "Is he mortal, doe?" asked Ben with extrme concern. si "Are you asking if he is sick?' has- t, arded the doctor. ci "Sure," replied Ben, "only I meant is he goin' to die from it?" S"It's too soon to tell you yet," re I plied the doctor, "but he has pneumo a pretty badly." m Ben's eyes grew round with surprise. Pneumonia in his experience had been 9 a confined to humankind. "Why, doe," he burst out. "does a 01 a moose have features like a grown per son ?"-Youth's Companion. h I tt $ At the Chauffeur"e SeeeL* a s "Now, sir." said the examiner. "p G r pose you wer e limbing a steep hill P I and your power should suddenly give Sout and the ear begin to slide back- In ward in the direction of a preelpies What would you do rst? A "I'd yell for an ambulance and tae graph my wtife where to find my seal dent itsurance policy," said the pupl. -BHarper's Weekly. to Ce CHARTER OF ACADIA PLANTING COMPANY. UNITED 8TATE8 OF AMIRICA 8TATE OF LOUIBIANA, PARISH OF OR LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEAIINS. .Be It known, that on this 2 -tday oat Novem r, s the year on thousand ad nine hundred and eleven, of the ldepead eaMe of the United State of America the one hundred and thirty-Stt, before the mu deaenae notary publi in and for the perish of Orlem, state of Losiasa, duly commsloned, sworn and quatlSed, sad i the presence of the witnesses hereinter name and undersiganed, personally came and appeared the thr persona whose naes ar hereunto subsertbed, all of the age of ma. joriit, who declard that, avllin them- N slves of ,Lt 8 o 188S, a wel as th h general laws of the state bo Lnouallana rela- en tire to the orgalsation of corportions, oa they hereby form themselves into and coa- Es stltute a eorporatlon for the objects and a purpoea, aad under the stlplations hereIn. ARTICLE!. Ps The name of this corportion shall he: that name It shall enjoy esucession for tbe the hef, unless soeer disolved, It sball hi have the power to sue and be ed, to ber- t row menMs, to pu rehae, hold, ilease, o llw and hypothaeate ral and persemal proerty; he to procureu and use a corporate seal to ap be mant agers, and ageent, d et o nmstL by-laws nd mmre u feor theoPet smeagement at its afairs and the same to Itl alter at pleasure, This e mtLe is hereby Trested with all tim m . umnittes, hl~t and privileges n thoerr et o Nr Orleens tn the state olda: lash s sde all endtsuo or other lead to p I R TI le or "o| an ate ay o Oss in the state tof at Saad e ad ,s ethsrw-s by1I tk)n lines, and such other structures as may be proper or necessary for the development and conduct of its business; and generally to acquire and maintain,. operate and dis pose of all kinds of property, real and per sonal. necessary or convenient to be ac quired or used ton carrying out the general purpose of the organization of the com pany. ARTICLE 4. The capital stock of this corporation shall be sixty thousand ($60,000.tIt dollars, di lm lided Into six hundred (6001 shares of one hundred ($100.00) dollars each, payable on call of and in such manner as. the board of directors may require: provided that no stock shall he Issued until the consideration therefor has been received by said com 3. pany. This corporation shall commence business tal and be a going concern as soon as three thousand I$3:lO,).O0) dollars worth of capi tal stock shall have been subscribe-d for. The incorporator sulbscriling hereto do hereby certify that the following iprsons have sulscrlts-d for the number of sharces of stock oppesite their names: harry IAeison, twenty-six shares: John B. C'rouch,. one share:; . (Gilthore, one' share: A. T. Inu p. senbury, one share; M. Caplan, one share. ia. ARTICL'i 1. The powers of this company, except such as nlmust Is exercised by the stockholders, shall be restcd in a board of five directors. all of whom must Ih, stockholders. Three dlirectors shall tconstitute a quorum of thc Iccard for the transaction of Ibusiness. All vacancies occurring on said board of dire H. tors shall be filled by the renmalning direc d tors for the unexpircl term. The board of d irectors shall Ioo ele''tedl at the. annual stockholders lueetint, or at a special meet infg for that purpose. Thce iticern of this compllany shall Is' a Iresident. vlci-pre.sident. secretary and traeatrer, all of whom shall Ie stockholl ,ers. The president and vice-president shall Is' electedl from the directors, and the of fices of secretary and treasurer may be held by tile saule person. The following persons shall constitute the first Iboard of directors: llarry Levlson. John It. Crouch, E. Gilthorlpe, A. T. Dusen Ie- Iry and M. ('a plan. Said board of direc tors and the ofccers chosen iby them shall hodl cilce until the second Wednesday of F eblruary, 1913, and thereatler the directors I and offthicers shall be elected annually and I until their successors shall have been duly elected. 'lhce annual meeting of the stockholders I Sshall be held at tlte principal othces of the I j coUlpany in tihe city of .New Orleans on the second Wednesday ot February, commen.e Ing with 1913, at which meeting each share e. of stock issued saall be entitled to one vote cast Iby tue owner In person or by proxy. S'I he proxy need not be a stockholder. Any 5- talluc- toi hold such annulal stockiholders I mteling shall not annul this charte-r. fLIe secretary shall mail to tile last known Saddress of each stocknullder ten ttg" no t lice ot each annual slocKuoldlers' meeting anId 'ceven days' notiCe 01 each t.ecial tock. i iclht--s Utnee t Inug. L ARTI'CLE 6. y The presidelnt shall be tihe chief execu B live other ot his company and shall pre sidle at all directors' meetings and shall perftorm such other duties as are usually i imposed upon that othicer; the vice-pres- r deut shall perform the duties of the presi B dent in case of his absence or inability to ¢act. All acts of sale, purchase or lease of real a esarie' nall be signed by the president and s 0 attested by the secretary. J r ARTICLE 7. No S tockholder of this company shall e ever Ice held liable for the contracts, debts or faults thereof, in any greater sum than r any uniaid balance due this company on his shares of stock; nor shall any mere In- n tormality in the organization or proceedings 0 3 of this company or the board of directors i have the effect of annulling this charter or t of exposing any stockholder or olccer to any liability other than such as may be Sowing by him to the company on his stock or Otherwise. I a5 i ARTICLE S. t I This act of Incorporation may be modi- t' tied, changed or amended or this corpora- 01 tion may be dissolved, at a regular or spe cial lmeeting of the stockholders held tor that purpose, by a vote of three-fourths of the stoca represented at such meeting, by the stockholuers in person or by proxy. c f Ten days' written notice shall be given t each stockholder in the same manner as1 herein provided for annual meetings, which y notice shall contain the time, place and ob Ject of the meeting, and such notice shall a be puiblished in one of the daily newspapers P published in the city of New Orleans, at A least once a week for a period of three c Iweeks Immediately preceding the date of t such meeting. At the termination of this corporation, its business and affairs shall be wound up, con cluded and settled by three commissioners elected by the stockholders at the meeting e hereinbefore provided. ART TICLE 0. m The stockholders and directors hereof m may adopt additional by-laws, rules and reg- i ulatlons not inconsistent herewith, for the o conduct of their meetings and the other i proceedings and the business of this com pany. fu This act is done and passed in the city t of New Orleans, Louisiana, in the presence of the undersigned attesting witnesses, both cli of lawful age and residing In this city, who hereunto aubehacribe their names, togethera with said partiesa and together with me, T the underlsigned notary public, on the day and year first above written. (Original signed) : A. T. Dfsenabry, E. n Gtlthorpe, 31. Caplan. SubcribeC tn the presence of J. W. Audis, James 8. Webb. J. G. Etns, s (8al) N'otary Publc. C I, the undersllgned recorder of mortgages, In and for the parish of Orleans, state of Loauislans, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation of the Acadia Planting Company was this 21st S day of November, 1911, duly recorded in my oee, in book 1031, follo -. (Blgned) ExLa LsoxAs, "Depst Recorder. I hereby certify the foregoing ad within to be a true and correct copy of the original - act of lcorporation of Acadia Planting Company, together with the eertleate of the recorder of mortgages on file and of record in my oce. In witnaa whereof I have hereunto set hmy hand d seal this 21st day of Novem- O J. G. Ecsrtas. oterp PbHlc. (Seal nov 23, 30 dee 7 14 21 28 1911 Uh CHARTER OF L. W. OBBORNE COMPANY, LIM- of ITED. out UNITED STATEL OF AMERICAp STATEI OF h0ISIlANA, I rlISH OF OB- ins wlas, crrr or NWB ORLnW(,A Be It kown,. that on thb 17th day ofofe November, in the year one thousand nine a hendred and eleven, and of the independ- an ence of the Untied States of America the b, one hundrad sad thirty-·slth, before me, Emanel Leopold Well a notary public ia and for the arish of Orleana, state of lo-ent bia a, aforeaid, duly qualifed and aem- a mioned and in the premee of the wlt aeses helenafter named and udrsged, permsaIly came and appeared the ever l peraon whoe ames are hereunto sberb ob. ed, who sell declared tht, ln ,emoeavee o the provit oat oO et fom o th .nea ssembly In 188, u well a th sit of the otate of L eobuan, gcven ing ororatlop in geeral, they hae con a nd rede an ind themales a IIp well as all s . rsons na may hemreatemba become auocated with them, to form and censtitute a corporation fo" the object and th a e artiles and st.pt b gat toassu ,w t o toas wt: T- th II.c. ,iS a LW. metCOtPot LMUI ), .a ad une ts saoid name it shall eln have the pwra ad author to hav end ta laJos nesmiom 1 the full term and e nlod o aint aym- n ye r from cad after dat hereo ; to eontrct e and b sud; m a m e o b r e a k. n d r p l ea s u re ; ,t o may AR TICLE III. ent lly The objects and purposes for which said is- corporation is established are hereby de er- clared to ie: to conduct the business of ac- acting as agent and broker in erffecting fire. al lifte, or marine insurance and all other m- kinds of insurance for any lIsrsln. tirms or corporations; to act as agent of any and all Insurance, casualty or surety cnmpanHl.s np the transaction of insurance itllness in al il 1 its branches and gene.ra;lly to do and dl- perform all things connected with tle inu )ne surance business. on ard .tRTIt'll. IV. no on T.he capital stolk of .ahl corporation I4 - hierebli tiled at ten thlousoand diLhllrs. In onel hundred shares of one hundtlred dollars cs $1.tml). I each which shall bII paidh for in ee cash in such installm ents an tit siLtlch times ii- its the board of directors may order; or it nlay ite issu.d at not less tthan par in paiy do went for labor actually tdone or property ns actual:ly rel.lvedl. or the property of inslr of ance agenllcis or business ior othier rights on, acquired by the corporation. This -orpio ine ration shall bi- a going con-cern as so on as u- threll thousand dollars ($:t.i i).tti,, of it. i. Itapital stock shall have IwIeni subscrilw.csl. ARTICLE V. h All the corlsirate powers of -ahi .-orpo r, ration shall Is' vested in and exercisedcl l Iby rs. the boardl of irectors to Iw cotlpllllsed of) rec fiour stockhold.ers, to ie elected annually on iti the first Monday of each y,.ar. a_ .l-h'tions shall I.o by ballot at the. ofine S said corlpration, tinder the sulpervisiion e- of one, colmlisioiuler to be aptpointed by the of prsident.lc . al Notii.e of such election shall Ile given eby et- pulli.ation three timnes in ten ilays pri-or to, date of such electiolln in onle of the news a palaers pulllshed nl the city of New tirlheans. nd Each sharie of stock shall entitle its owner Il. to lint vote in pIerson or by proxy and the all uajority of Votes shall elect. f- Any vacancles o-ccurring among the di eid rectors by death, resignation or otherwise, shall be tilled by election for the retnlainder he of the year Iby the remaining directors. A n, failure to elect directors on the date albove n-. specified shall not dissolve the corporation, ec but the directors then in offiee shall remain all in office until their successors are elected, of and they shall, as soon as possible, cause ,s an election to be held. after giving ten days ad notice thereof, as above, provided. y Two directors shall constitute a quorum t for the transaction of busiiness; and the c ,r Iboard of directors shall at their first meet e Inc following each annual election, elect he one of their nlmlmbr to le president, and Ic another to Ite vice-president, and a third to e he secretary. it The board of directors may appoint from time t, time such officers, clerks, agents or other employea as may be netessary for the proper management of the business of the company ; they may make anti amend Il -n or alter such by-laws, rules and regulatlon e for the management of the businiess of the corHporation and generally do all things nec essary and proper to its Interest,. ARITICLE VI. The following named persons haill con u- stitute the first board of directors, being It e Invested with full powers to do antid per- o I form all things necessary to carry into ef- d feet th olbjects and purposes, of this corpo) rationl, namely: James E. Warner. Henry s, I- . Richardson. Leroy W. Osborne, and Ira sj o J. Warner. with James E. Warner as prest- eI dent, henry I). Richardson as vice- president, a sl and Leroy W. Osborne as secretary. They r, id shall hold office until the first Monday in Ml January, 1913. ARTICLIE VII. No stockholder of this corporation shall ever be liable or responsible for its con- ti tracts or faults in any further suim than N I the unpaid balance due on the shares of s stock owned by him, nor shall any Infor- t mality in the organization have the effect of rendering this charter null, or of expos- ; ing the stockholders to any liability beyond Sthe amount of their original subscriptions. si ARTICLE VIII. k No transfer of stock shall be held valid e and binding unless made upon the iooks of ti the company and no stockholder may dis- ti, pose of his stock without first offering same t1 to the other stockholders through the board Ia of directors at its actual cash or Ibook a value. lo ARTICLE IX. r This charter may Isbe altered or amended or said cvorlporation may be dissolved with t the assent of three-fourths in amount of thIe outstanding capital at a meeting con h vened for such purpose after ten days. con secutive notice shall have been given of et such meeting by advertisement in one news- h paper published in the city of New Orleans. su All amendments as to, increase or decrease , Iof the capital stock shall be made according m, to the laws of this state in force at the th time such amendment is made. ARTICLE X. Whenever this company shall be dissolv- ao ed by expiration of its charter or otherwise, ot Its affara shall be liquidated by two com- he mlaloners elected from among the stock- Pa holders at the meeting declaring the disso lution of said corporation or at a general je meeting held for that purpose after notice mailed to each stockholder, and publication b, for ten days In one of the papers publiahed hi In the city of New Orleans. al ad commissioners shall be vested with co full and complete power to liquidate the tni business of said corporation. ab Thus done and pased in my oece, at the In city of New Orleans, parish and state afstore. said, on the day, month and year frst ill above wrftten, In the presence of Joseph mis Thomas Gan and Joseph Lautensachlieger, competent witaneases, who have signed their e names as such with said appearera and me, m notary, after rending hereof (Original aigned) : J. E. Warner, et als. (Witnesses): Jos. Thos. Gall, Jo.. L[nten- n schlseger. sa ExNXcEL L WtIL. Notarl Public. I Recorded In mortgagel osLce, this parish, book 1051, follo 393. (0 A true copy from the original. h EMANI~L WilL, Noter Pule. ol Slulte 217 Hennen Bldg., Comamon and Ca- 10 rondelet Streets. (Seal) nov 23. 30 dee 7 14 21 28 1911 tht CHARTER OF ZORO REALTY COMPANY, LIMITED. .. UNITBD 8TATEB OF AMERIBCA, STATE OF IlOUI8I.ANA, PARISH OF OR -LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. Be It known. That on this ninth day O of the month of November, In theyear of our Lord, one thonusnd nine hundred and elreven, before me, CARrLDC . RIRItI ICH, a notary poblie. duly commile d and qualled, in and foe this eity and the Pr of Orleans, therein reeld ingad Sshe preanee of the witnes here inafter named and underpsigned. Personally came and appeared: The several persons whose names arg herento sbasribed, who of seveirally declared that avalltng themselves ar of the provisionas of Act No. 8 of the ee General Assembly of the sendon of 1888 tar any and eil amendments thereto iad all laws of the state of Louisana li such sal cases made and provided, they have oven-lt sated and ared, and do by thse pe n eats covenant, agree and bild themslvesa as wellu all mIch other persona ua n my hereater become u ocated with them, the to coatitute and form a colorprton ad th hody politic In law, for the purpose and orj objects and nnde the aticles and stp.- ap Ltloan following, to-wlt: . ARTICLE Lel ...Yr b go Ohers Thele nama d ttle of thiL qrpor n oll hall bhe athe ZO LO ReiLT COPANY, LIMITED," and b that corpoate nae t shall have and enjoy sesmsion tor ine ty-nlne tear; to centract, sue uad be eb to mae aind use a orporate eIal; to Isu bode; borrowand lend money . T cured by mortgg or othoerwise; to have shl and employ such manaer, dirctors4 ot- OV e=.rs, agent, and other employees a the CO. intert of al corporatlon requlre to sa make and establis such by-lwrs, rUles and regulatlion for the smmnent and pl estroIl of the alsirs of - _r- j ti as my be aee ary; to have and ail the power. thoina O eaw ofl do ati stataea, da The, d domileo . ths oeo raiohel co har .In the cite ot lne Oleans d h- sereda on thepred or in hi ab- - snoc-e the v"et, I the b mace ot b ot teceyreeaure4 , eary ARTICLE IIL +9., of-.71, 1a..M -.. ++... ob, -t~~~,i;t C'-i~~r.ZlCa ..-~ thecate mortgage cand pledlge the satnie. either in hulk or in plot or other suinll aid visions. to plot. lay ottt in sulldivisions. de- any and all lanlids ieilllired tby amid coml of paty : to erelct. bIil. constrlctl and to ire. contract for ithe bulildllng. c.onstrlucting and her erecting of dwelliuns, hotels-. faints. appart or men.-hoIses the-atre.., palokk. or ether pl.'e' ,nd of anuellllmelnt or entertainnment and to ites cf'ralt I. t *lease. miiortgage setll the samlle. In and generally to le a retal estate businlliess Ind in all its deitails for itself and as agents it- foir iothers: to ilt na a:nta for asuiranle lmpanlllit1e.. whetlher loai ll or fore-ign. an111 Io do it general ini trani- business oni life. fire, mailrine antd bierglary risks. etc.. as llagents uilnder the laws of tile stlate ,of Is Imulslana. alo to 'engage in tile busintess ne of genleral coentracting and as agellnts for ars Intlingl and sulrelty comlllpanles and to doi in all things not herein explressed.l but ion-In nes ide.nt or germslain to an.y of the foreguing it linies I biusinecs or trade. rt AlIItTt'I.E IV. it 'I',e :capital stock of thies corl tiratlon is hL herebiy fixed at lithe sun ofI tive hundred a ltholll.nd dollars i-a$:.0OO().tt.)tl divilded Into Its and r prese.nt.d by live tlehousand 5ttt-i) shlares at one hundred dollarsa r $1110.0t) ecil, to Ilee paid for in etsh or its equiva lent. oi In lalcor done or in prolperty ac tually rcei.ved. ) A sbllserller to the stock of this cor* Io palrtiln shall have theli right to pay for fhis lsltock at the rate of twe-nty-fivie cents on I .'tsts. piy week per share unrtll his subscripttion shall have been fully paid, Bie when :1 certificate shall be issued to him. Sllbut lithis option shall nor prevent said the sisl,srilher from compileting his full sub-t sc'riptiton at any timlite tIefore its iaturity,. 1, un lth. aleyve basis: nor from paying the o whole aimount when subscriled. And pro vided furtlher. shouil any subscrilber to S lthe stock oft this corporation. having elect eIr el to, pay up his suilbrlption on the in Ie stallunent plan hereinalIove expressed, fall or neglect to pay flil weekly aistallments di as provided, and shall permit his weekly in stallmeuints to remain unpadlt for a period Itr of twelve (11' weeks, then, and in that A event, he shall forfeit to this corpora eve tion whatever sums he might have paid in, into its treasury. tin This charter shall go into effect and ed, this corporation be agolng concern as Ise socn as live thousa:ln olars ($3i000.00) 5s iof steak shall have bWsubscribed. N. stockholder shalb ever be held lila n tile or rslponsible, for the contracts, faults he or d.*faults of sld corporation, nor shall et- any mere Informality in Its organization 'ct have the effect of rendering this chartier nd null or oif exposing any stockholder to any to lalbility, beyond the unpaid batlance. em ARTICLE V. or or The corporate powers of this company of shall lie vested In and exercised by a ad Iswrd of not less than five 15t directors. Ie each Iof whom shall own at least ten (11i) he shares of atock In his own name, a majority c- of wihom shall constitute a quorum to transact business;: they shall elect from their number a president, a vice-president. and a secretary. Any one of the above may likewise lie treasuretr. n- The directors shall ie elected annually Sby ballot. biy the stockholders, at the o'r- ice of the csItmpiany on the second Mon fI- day of Noveimlar. of each year. Each ) stct'khltlder shall Iw entitled, either in per ry seen or bIy proxy. to one vote for every ra share of stock held In his name. and said i- elec.tion shall ie held under such rules It. as may lie prescrilbd by the Ioiard of dl 'y rect)or, and a majority of the votes cast n shall elect. Victor !E. Sylvester. Sam Stone. Jr.. t:eorge E. Morris, Roy P. Woodford, and llarolt A. Moise. are declared to be the 11 tirst bolard of drectors of said corpora tion to serve nntil the second Monday of cn Novemier. 1915. or until tleilr successora f shall have been elected and qualifled, #lth SVictor E. Sylvester. as president and fress it arer. Itam *itore. Jr., as vice-president, S;is. L. . Morris as secretary. id An, vacancies occurring on said board shall ite filled by the remaining directors for the unexpired term. The said Ioard of directors shall make and esitablish as well alter and amend id any and all by-laws- rules and vegula itions, for the government of said corpora a- tion and authority is given said board to I tdo and Ierform and to embody in such by Slaws, rules and regulations all the rights and tlewiers granted to such corporations h by the laws of this state and not repug- o nant to these Articles of Incorporation. d ARTI(CLE VI. h i This charter may be modified, changed q ::nd altered, or said corporation may be dis- o I' solved with the assent of stock represent- d f ed at any general meeting of the stock- a holders of the corporatlon convened for such purpose after ten days' previous notice d eshall have been given to each stockholder b g mailed to his residence as it appear, on it the books of the corporation. G ARTICLE VII. I Whenever this corporation may be dis- y r- solved. either by limitation or by an= a other cause. its affairs shall be liquidated s! it br three (3) stockhbolders who shall be ap- a Cpointed as commissioners of liquidation at s a general meeting of the stockholders to h I be convened for such purpose after ten ti e days' previous notice shall have been given ti . by mail to each stockholder mailed to 9 his last known place of reldence as it tl appears on the books of the company said h h commissioners shall remala in office n- rn e til after the affairs of the corporation 4 shall have been fully settled and liquidated. d S In case of the death of one or more of e -said commissioners the vacancy shall be t lled by the survivor or urviving commls- l Thus done and pased In my oeice, at " rNew Orls. -oausiam, foresold. the day. Iit , month and year frst above written. la the I resece of J. P. Caordll and Clarence a moot, botb competent witnesses, who here- I u.nto alga their namea together withb the ti sid apprers, and me, notary, after read- h .lag of the whole.r l l Wltnmaes: J. P. Cordll, Clarenee 8moot. (Orinal ·iagned : Vitor . 8ylveater 10 old A. Mo, 10 shaares; am 8tone, Jr., 10 sharesa; B. P. Woodford. 10 shares. C. C. Patatacurs, Not. Pb,. I, the uadersigned. recorder of mort- tagts, in and for the parh oI Orlen. l -state of LousaUna. do hereby enrtify that s .the above and oot Act of cIneo . ed," wa this doy duly resorded in my ofe,[t, in book 1051, ohio ----, 0ew November 15th. 1911. C. C. FEarDalcau, Not. Prb. Nov. 23. 30; De. T, 14, 21, 2 I911. ta CHARTER. hi OF A:D JO MNN N CO MPANY, OPAX ACA AND CHIHUAHUA. MEXICO. ye LEANS CITY OP NEW OILEANL y Sit kown, that a tir, o th third yi of t month ofl November, In the y of m Lrd oe tousad tne unt ad e .... m ane or mmhein . eOtld su a he rd aflo te named nd u- by dersignedperomal amel nda d the ho seerl Oersonaw hse nt re hereunto doi W by theeresents contract, coy at ad are an bind and obligat as es m' Iproa seo ithe a rti clesnan s. pa The Wm sad ttle o) mid orpomation shall ha pwr ad to have ie. AIRTI'2LE Iii. Is To 'onstruct., pirchase. lea;< or ith rIt - im- wisen cquire, raintain ant oplerate tunsli-. ., slutlites reserv tirs. and ditches-, fr t r tltin -. nll ir'rigation, and tran-porlt ation Ipllurp,t es; it, tt so to purchase, lhaw.-o ur othcrwve a,'uiri" e lndll s, uillsl , mill site, tIlunnel siteL, build to illgs, machinery power ,houses, p1w1i,l; ne. plantS pump tachinery, dump rights, ditch +s, rihlts, tles, pipes, pipe lines private rait. ats ways private tranlways, private rad,l., ic," easeentsll , franchis",q, and Ilcens.-n ; also to ni purchase. ctonstruct, lease oJr othlerwise a r.". quire, operate, and maintain electric light as ng andt power plants buildings~, mltaculilla of ery appiltances and equlipnlwlas apperta.lin ",: ing th-retlo. Ti purchase, constru1t ia-"sa., ror or otherwise acquire, operate, aid ulain d., tain t'legIrapb and telephone line. for tihe in- tranlsntison ,of mlnessages and sound ly ele.- g triclty ; to furnish gas, water, electri-city, power, heat, and light for mining, milling. agricultural., domestic, and other uses and purposes, and to sell, lease, or dispose of the sanme to sullh persons, or corporatl,-., Is and for such price or prices anld on such terms and conditions as to this corporation to may seem proper; to develop, sell, store, contract for, anid generally deal la and dispose of to such persons or corporations, . and for such price or prices, and on such i terms and conditions, as to this corpora tion may seem proper, electrical and other x" power for the generation, distribution, and or supply of electricity for mining, heating, and power purposes; to purchase, lease or its otherwise acquire, construct, and maintain Id, plants for the purpose of extracting val i ues from refractory ores; to purchase, Il treat, refine, extract, reduce, crush, cal ,l cine, smelt, concentrate, and manipulate all kinds of ores, minerals, anti metallifer e ous substances with a view to obtaialag . therefrom gold, silver, tin, lead, copper, to Iron and other luetals, combination of _- metals or other valuable substances with n-a view to preparing the same for market.I ill Generally to engage in mining, smelting ts reducing, crushing, refining, milling, treat n ing, assaying, and selling minerals and ores d of all kinds, classes, and descriptions. To at buy, sell, manufacture, and generally deal a- in machinery, blasting powder, and high id explosives of every description, fuses, caps, Implements, candles, and conveniences suit a14 ble for use in connection with minlang as and metallurgical operations. To purchase, >, lease or otherwise acquire lands for the purpose of erecting thereon once build a- ings, plants, workshops, dwelling houses, ts warehouses, stores, hotels, and other build 11I ings In connection with the foregoing pur n poses; and generally to do and perform all -r things convenient, requisite and aecessary y or carrying Into effect the aforesaid de clared purposes; ARTICLE IV. IS The capital stock of this corporation is a hereby fixed at the sum of one million " #1,000,000) dollars, divided into and rep resented by one hundred thousand shares y of the par value of ten ($10.00, dollars Seach. aid stock shall be paid for in cash, or property, or In services rendered, oas called for by the board of directors. As shall hereinafter be provided for by the board of directors, such of the said stock y as may be determined by the purchasers e and the board of directors, and paid for I In cash, may be guaranteed Jointly by the corporation and a trust, or other banking corporatino, hereafter to be selected by the Sboard of directors to the purchasers, by a d deposit with such trust or basking cor poration by the corporation of the pro portion of the amount paitd for the atoc it for the account of the stock no guaranteed, and for a term of yearn as hereafter pro vsided by the board of directors, which e will, compounding interest upon such de t subscription In the given number of years No steokhoider shall be liable for any debt or obligation of the corporation fur ther than their unpaid subscription to the 'capital stocL. This corporatlon shall be. t, ail.stocka sona as live hunodred tl00 . shares shall have bee subscribed for. ARTICLE V. d All the corporate powers of the said cor n Ocratlon shall hbe vented In and exercise i-_ a. r.d of directors compoeed of not ole than five or more than seven stock holders to be elected annually on the sec a ond Tuesday in January of each year; Sbut the first election shall be on the sec. ond Tuesday in January, 1913, and the director hereinafter named shall remain in oMce until that time, or until their successors shall have been selected and qualified. All such elections shall be by Sballot, and shall be conducted at the omce of the corporation under the supertnten debce of three stockhoders who shall act as commissioners, and who shall be ap Ipointed by the board of directors. Ten Zdays prior notice of each election shall r be given in a dally newspaper published SIn the english language In the city of New Orleans. Iach stockholder shall be en titled to one ae for each share of stock held by him, either in person or by proxy, and each stock-holder may cast all o his votes for one individual, or may divide the I ame amonl several Individuals as nsuch I stockholder may desire; provided that no Sfractional vote shall e counted or con sidered. The seven persouns receiving the highest number of votes, shall constitute I the board of directors for the ensuiang I term, and shall at once assume their go. sttions as such, and shall serve and cea tinue In ofce until their sucessors shall have been elected. 'A failure to elect dl retors, u above ·spcifed, shall not dls 1 solve the corporatlon but the board of .director u N continue to act untll an e -tla shll be held, which hll hea soon au may he after the tea days' ao tace as above provided Vcaies occur ig i the f--: rom any cue ll ltdirectors our directors shall con quorum for the tansa-tio o any liins The id board of d- rec -torn at Itn hirst meeting followlng the elc tio_ ea year, shall elect from Its anm her a presdent, a vlce-prsldsnt, a sc retary and a rtreasrr. The board hall alo a int, from time to than, and dis agents ad oter emploe aas tly deem neeesary fr the usiness and pur. ps of Nid corporaton and may mahe and esablish, as well as amead and alter, Sby-law rules and relglatlou ns lrqi site for the support and man ment of shall have the power and authority to carry into efect and to execute thi pir poses and objects for whlch this corpoa. tlon Is formed, uad as hereitnbove pe.d d, annd to do au things necesury and appropriate to thi 'end, ARTILEI VI. This act of inorponrtlon, or any arti cle in this charter, may be chand, al. tered or amendd or th. eoorporatio may he disoled at a nera meeting of the .tokholdsmr onvened for such purpoe after ten days' notice shall have been d" vertsesd In a dallyt .e..aper ublished in the city of New Orleans, provided the owners of thre-fourtls of the ahares of vote in favor of sc change, alteraton, ti stock shall require thirty days' prior wrtten or printed ntotie addraesd and mailed to each stockholder at h usul place of rslden and the •lrmatliv vote ol the ownems of majority of the ares of the eaptal stock. ARTIOCL VI. solved, whether byr limation or from any oter , c •uh, ne iaarnshall Ibs q .nlt+ of dire.ors, end in case oF the d th of alid ommlsslolner or of his re Nuel or Inabllty to act, 'the said board hail appoint a suessr, and. if neceary, ae seuh commisloner in oae util the X.I-ba Ite sSL. De.p.n. 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