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NEW ORLEANS, NOV. 30, 1911.
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Plesas m eemmunleaties for pbliesa
Shea Treosd mght.
early as u sht sad set later
All cmm ceetions, e meh lettern foem
uTo peep and ws motes et balls. law
S and persenal mensdow- will
elaersed ia THB agnlian tree
.barge N. iemmatloat will he s -r
slved usless signed by the seder. We
as not piulsh your name In ceunection
with the eemmsanetlon nalem sea s tate,
bet we must talst upon having your same
u a guarante of good faith.
New Orleans exempts facteries from
Tamtlen entil 11.i Algier' the Fifth
District of New Orleans, has several
desirable sItes for factories. Capital
Itr will find it to their advantage to
ROLL OF HONOR.
Scholarship and deportment:
7A-Alvin Christy, Gustave Knowles.
Irvin Brill, Walter Ryan, William Hil
debrand, William Hopper, Kirk Ab
7B-Ralph Cazanbon, Thomas Du
quis, Clayton Borne, David Hart.
6A-Robert Durand, John Sinclair,
Lee Bairnsfather, Mervine Umbach.
5B-Anthony Gerrets, Thomas But
ler, Clifton Wattigney, Joseph Lama.
4A-Harry Hooke, Volney Vinson,
James Moffet, Albert Mayo, William
Hildebrand, William Barry, James Mc
Closkey, Peter Reaney, Benton Mose
4B-Harry Laufer, George Reynolds,
Orrin Christy, William Grundmeyer,
James Hogan, Vincent Reaney.
3B-Byrns Anderson, Tisdale Dan
iels, Noel Duvic, Matthew Morse,
Prancis Sadler, Ned Whitmore, Henry
Gerrets, Camille Pitre.
2A--Lee Acker, George Adams,
Louis Bommer, Edward Laughlin, Her
man Troselair, Olding Platt.
2B-Reaney Angelo, Cyril Brophy,
Joseph Dennds, John Forrest, Joseph
Gerrets, McCleve Duvic, Samuel Hard
lag, Walter Jones, Joseph Hambacher,
John Kramme, Louis Laueffer, John
Leonard, Melford Petrie, Hart Schwa
sea bach, Amos Powell, Samuel Wil
1A-Andrw BunifR, James Calvin,
lJnnell Penlseon, Alvin Hoffman,
Charles Laughlin, Hlau Adams.
1B--Milton Acker, Lemley Hubener,
Charles Brown., Otto Meder, William
Woodul, Leslie McMahon.
58--Andrew Worley, Stanley Mc
Uabon, Norbert Donner, W. Harvey.
4A - W1111am 8utherland, Alvin
Chloo, Dudley Besson, Lawrence Di
4B--Sunta Tranchina, Edwin Stacy.'
IA-Herbert Bertrand, Albert Johns
ton, Leonard Johnston, Michael Law
te, Julia Hogan, Archibald McNa
mrs, Albert Ryan.
3B--Wtlliam Johnson, Rollon Bar
mem, Ulbott Hateebring.
lA-Mtke Brown, August Bachot,
Jame Viason, Malvin Vinson, Marlon
hot, Teddy Korner, Clifford Swart,
lB--Hillary Schroder, Walter Hay,'
Leaghlin, Roland Cayerd.
7B-Jo-khh Norris, Philip Dennis,
S-John Arnmolbe, Joseph Blum.
4A-Georgem Hambacher, George
amely, Harold Brown, Harold Sepy
8B--HaywodVallette, 8tanley Bar- 4
us, Malese ebisbaun.
IA-Roy Cay d, rank Serpas, wal
-th r Granndmeyer, Joseph
- gmoeer, Ralph Umbach, George
')lw, William Piker, James Curras,
stun day ruas el at the Alers
Mthedlst Church a last Sundayr
morntn A most enjoyae program
was prepagred, ad the tolowlang mm- i
-ber @ the school pertidelpated: 1V
Rspornsive f dhg- r Duan. tJ
Vecl Solo-Mis. Shelby Gibbs. -
Decltatlon-"Io Wants Us All," by t
Miss Miterva Dillona.
Oonesrt Readlag-Miss May Hathes- RJ
brilg and Miss Lella Dunn's class.
eltatlmo-"Glve Thanks for Dall?
Bad," by Miss JUlia Caynrd
wreltron-Miss MStr Harvey.
e -Thankuglvlg," by Ma bI
les Jeeph sad Charls Gerret. a
"lay at Itles," by the Nttl tots 11
- Mir Camn and Mrs. BSm' elass.
Talk by the Rev. Mr. Death, -
HEARING ANOTHER SIDE.
On several occasions the New Orleans Progressive Union has given luncb
eons and banquets to the manufacturers of our city for the purpose that the,
might vie with one another, and that they might exchange ideas as to the
best methods of the sale of their goods, etc.. and as to the inducements ti
the retailers to buy goods manufactured at home. While we appreciate th,
great amount of good that this has accomplished among the manufacturers
I we believe that the merchants who are supposed to be the purchasers of th
local manufacturers should also be heard, not only by their co-workers, bui
r by the directors of the Progressive Union, and by the manufacturers why
have complained that they are not getting their share of the home trade
There are a good many reasons for this, and possibly a good many of our mer
chants could be of incalculable service to our manufacturers in giving some
of the reasons why our local merchants are able to buy in a foreign market
including the price of transportation, cheaper than they are able to buy thi
same goods from our local manufacturers. Would it not be a good idea to have
a Joint meeting of our merchants and manufacturers so that they might tel
each other why they are not trading?
A local merchant points out to us the fact that he is able to buy a certait
class of goods in the East at identically thesame price as he can in New Or
leans, after deducting the amount of freight, and being extended a credit o
ninety days better than is offered here. On large purchases the ninety days'
time is a big item, and this is only one of the few things that might be taker
up between the two so as to further entcourage the "buy at home" motto whiti
the New Orleans Progressive Union has so long advocated.
A CONTINUOUS ('ELEBRIATION.
The people on this side of the river are more fortunate than in most dis
tricts, for the fact that we may boast of a continual celebration of Christmas
beginning on All Saints' Day and continuing through this period up to about
the fifteenth of January. This celebration is being conducted by the boys who
are purchasing a certain toy pistol which is capable of being loaded with a '"
short or long loaded cartridge. There has already been one accident of a boy
having loaded his toy pistol with a loaded cartridge, the gun exploding and
lacerating his hand; but aside from the danger that may be incurred by the
boys in handling this dangerous instrument of celebration, the continuous
noise on our streets every night, of shooting. is driving our women folk to a
point of making a public demonstration to our police in an effort to bring
this to a stop. Complaints are coming in from all sections. and while the po
lice have been notified in every instance, there has been no abatement of the
nuisance. Some of our merchants on Morgan and Patterson streets state that
they have seen several of the boys using these blank cartridge pistols with
loaded cartridges, and that the danger resulting front this practice is of such
a degree that very strong methods should be adopted to put a stop to it. foret
going the noise of these continuous explosions of cartridges.
On Monday night, on Verret street. Pelican avenue and Patterson street.
there was a continuous shooting. which would have done credit to a Fourth
of July celebration.
We are informed that during the convention of the bankers strict notices
were posted for the watchmen at our local Naval Station not to allow any
visitors at the station unless they should get permission from the custodian.
During the convention here of the bankers quite a good many visitors made
excursions to the Naval Station in order to view the different buildings, and
especially the large floating dry dock, which, of course, was quite a curiosity
to most of them, but admission could not be given, except through the regu
lation red-tape connected with most government institutions, whereby it was
first necessary to obtain an order from headquarters in order to be admitted
to this most important station.
We do not believe that the bankers would have taken away any of the
machinery with them, and since they are, at present, engaged at our Naval
Station in constructing fifteen or sixteen Dreadnaughts, torpedoes, and other
important necessities of peace, we hardly feel these orders were absolutely
necessary. We did not know that our station could have sprung into such
prominence all of a sudden that it was necessary to go through all this formal
ity in order tq go through the grounds and the dock. It was certainly very
disappointing to the visitors, as some had come a long distance and possibly
had never had a chance to view a large steel dry dock, or of viewing buildings
with peculiar machinery especially fitted for the repairing of large ships.
The people of our town respond
ed to the call for aid for the Woman's
Dispensary and District Nursing on
Tuesday, and as a result the sum of
$172.F0 was sent in from our district.
The causes were worthy ones and
the ladies who worked so earnestly de
serve great credit. Mrs. J. C. Mathews
was the chairlady for this district and
Mrs. C. Yalets secretary, and they were
ably assisted by the following: I
First Precinct-Mrs. C. Yalets, as
sisted by Mmes. Carey, Warren, Sum
mers, Ameudo and Misses Olga Nel
son and M. Vezien. Amount collected,
Seoood Precinct-Mmes. J. E. Huck
ins and W. F. Short, assisted by Miss
Florence Talbot. Amount collected,
Fourth Precinct-Mrs. W. 8. Slack,
assisted by Mmes. L. Tufts, E. Cayard,
G. Corbett, Randolph and Misses Katie
Mahoney and G. Herbert. Amount col
Fifth Precinct-Mrs. J. J. Vanderlin
den, assisted by Mmes. C. Seeger, L
Borden, L. Casanova, O. Bourgeois and
Matchett, Misses M. Chestnut, Erma
Lange and Rosa and Leah Vanderlin
den. Amount collected, $28.75.
Sixth Precinct-Mrs. E. J. Hotard,
assisted by Mmes. L. Tufts, E. Carpard,
A. Tufts, H. Byrnes and R. Staples.
Amount collected, $31.50.
Seventh Precinet-Mrs. R. Nolan, as
sisted by Mrs. W. Schaffer. Amount
collected, 95 cents.
Gretna and McDonoghville-Mrs.
Bailey, assisted by Mines. Tobe Mc
Cabe, Louis White aend H. Johnson and
Miss Lucille McCabe. Amount colleet
A BRIGHT ALGERINE.
Fred M. Kraus, of No. 422 Olivier
street, who enlisted as machinist of
the second class on Feb. 16, 1909, at
the Brooklyn paavy yard, and was as
signed to ship service the same year.
He has rapidly won promotion to chie
master machinist on board the United
States ship Smith of the torpedo ser
Young Kruae, whose enlistment does
not expire until Feb. 16, 1913, expects
to take an eight months' course at
the Boston Mechanleal School of En
gineering at that time, and when
through with his schoothg to re-ealist
for a term of four years more in the
United States navy.
MOUNT OLIVET NOTES.
Next Sunday being the first Sunday
in the month, theer will be a second
celebration of the holy communion at
11 a. m., preceded by the litany.
The rector visited the missions ua
der his charge at Grand Prairie and
Union Settlement on Wednesday and
Thursday of last week. While at the
former place he visited the public
school and gave the children a talk on
taking advantage of the opportunities
A wedding of interest to many in the
parish was solemnized at the rectory
last Tuesday night, when Mr. Joseph
Emmett Gahn and Miss Nora Magdalen
Smith were made man and wife in the
presence of the immediate family and
a few friends. The bride was given
Into the keeping of the groom by her
mother, Mrs. Lena B. Smith. Mr. Ed
ward Cummings and Miss Augustine
Kroki were, respectively, groomsman
I It *was a great satisfaction to the
rector to note how many of the ladies
of Mount Olivet parish took part in
, the campaign for the assistance of the
Women's and' Children's Dispensary
I and the District Nursing.
List of unclaimed letters remaining
at Station A, for the week ending
Nov. 30, 1911:
DuPuy, Mag. J.
Enland, J. C.
Girton, E. M.
King, George A.
Launce, R. T. (R. Tow)
O'Callaghan, M. P.
Rutherford, Wallace (2)
Reil, Thou. S.
Schlimm, Charles (2)
Smith, Joe, Jr.
Weesner, K. C. (8)
Wilkin, J. W.
Brown, Mrs. Albertine
Gay, MrsLT. t
Goasoolin, Mrs. Gibert
Oard, Mrs. Mentle
Howard, Mrs. Victoria
Obey, Mrs. M. B.
Balrard, Maria. t
. IP. IONHIARDT,
Po. Utm tsrp. i
J. W. DANI E, Sept. A. ,
IT. S. NAVAL
lunch STATION NOTES
ats to Chairman Padgett of the Naval Af
urer,. fairs Committee of the House of
at the Representatives at Washing
s who ton Visits the Yard
some Last Thursday forenoon Mayor .Mar
arket, tin Behrman, Congressmen Estopinal
iy the and i)upre escorted Chairman Padgett
have of the Naval Affairs Committee to see
it tell the United States Navy Yard. ('us
todian J. A. i)avis showed them over
ertain the station. Mr. Padgett was taken
w Or- up with the immense plant, and states
dit of that he will do all he can to see that
days' this yard will he utilized to. its full ca
which As Senator Tillman of Charleston
has made a htt- in reference to having
work specialized for the Charleston
Navy Yard, such as torpedo'boats, de
stroyers, etc., which repairs they have
been doing for some years, the ques
t dis- tion was spoken of as to what kind of
tmas. special work could be done here. It
about was suggested that "repairs to gun
Swho boats, cruisers, etc." would be a spe
a " cialty, and to have some of them as
Sboy signied to this yard. Other larger
and yards could then handle battleships
y the and large cruisers. Although the navy
0uou1s yard here could handle any line of en
to a gine and hull work, the only difficulty
bring would be in handling the large guns
oe pl o0, battleships, etc., were it necessary
f the to dismantle thent. However, in great
that emergencies this work could be hal
with died also. The acilities for handling
such such heavy work are somewhat limit
formI ed Theer was a possibility of hav
ing the wharves completed, and a
treet. heavy traveling crane furnished, but
)urth the Navy l)epartment stopped all these
improvements. The naval dock could
also be arrated for traveling cranes.
The only vessels now assigned for
repairs to this Navy Yard are the Na
val Militia boats, the Stranger, Isla de
)tices Luzon, Amphitrite and Alvarado. They
any should be docked once a year, and
dian. necessary repairs made. Why not
made have other vessels assigned, and more
and over, why should not all government
osity vessels be repaired at the government
regu- yard, where the machinery and plant
was could be kept in operation and a force
Itted of men continually employed, ready
for any emergency, and then the gov
the ernment would save money in the end,
aval during these economical times. An
)ther nual appropriations, instead of being
utely made in one lump sum, to be disposed
such of by the Secretary as he sees fit,
-mal- should be made specially for each
very yard, In such sums that so much work
sibly must be sent each yard to approxi
lingas nately be used for repairs, care, etc.,
as allotted. Then each yard would
have its share of the work, and not
all concentrated in a few selected
and yards. Ships can be put out of conm
the mission in these waters as well as
iblic sending them to New York, Boston or
k on Norfolk.
ities The employes at the Naval Station
are now being paid with checks from
the the Charleston Navy Yard, making it
a delay of about ten days for thee..
seph -- -
the SPECIAL THANKSGIVING SER
her At Trinity Lutheran Church, on
Ed- Thanksgiving evening at 7:30, the
itine Lutherans of Algiers will hold a ape
man cial Thanksgiving service. In addi
tlon to the usual order of service, two
thesolos will be sung. One by Mrs. Bot.
idles ner, the other by Mrs. Dietrich. The
t in Sunday School will sing the popular
Sthe Thanksgiving hym: "Now, Thank We
say All Our God." The sermon is based
on Ps. v, 4-8. Miss Schoene will ren
der the music. The collection will go
to the paying of the church debt.
Everybody is welcome.
L. English service, Sunday at 8 a. m.;
Sunday School at 9:15 a. m.; German
service at 10:30 a. m.
ing WILL OPEN SANITARIUM.
Dr. William H. Weaver of McDon
oghivllle, who is so well and favorably
known on our side of the river, will
shortly move to Ocean Springs, Miss.,
where he will open a large sanitarinm.
The character i the manitarium and
other details eonnected with it will be
published in a later edition of the Her
Dr. Weaver has made quite a phe
nominal success in the treatment of
hay fever and his many friends are
urging him to make known to the pub
lie that he will continue to treat such
cases when he has located at his new -
His many friends in )cDonoghtille, I
Algiers and in the city regret to hearl
of Dr. and Mrs. Weaver leaving our
midst, and wish for them much success
in their new work.
The West Side Realty Company has
moved its olfice from 500 Verret street
to 157-159 Delaronde street, being in
the same office of the Alglers Cornice
& Plumbing Works, and where is also
located the office of the New Orleans
Gas Light Company.
On account of the large business
now being done by the West Side Real
ty Company in rent collections and in
surance, and the large number of prop.
ertlea being listed for sale and rent,
* It was necesary to procure quarters
Ioeeted In the hbsinees ectlo. Thb
company makes a specialty of repre
senting owners of property In looking
after the collection of rents, repairs
to property, payment of taxes, insur
Af- ance and such other details as the busy
property holder has little time to give
to these details. List your property
with the West Side and get relief from
the sriall, wearisome details.
eal Women and Banking.
ett The cashier of a bank which has
see many women depositors. In speaking of
these customers, said that the stock
us- stories about overdrawn accounts and
er Ignorance as to bank methods had be
enl come pointless. Whatever may have
tes been the case before, women give
mat banks no more trouble now than men.
a- '"The woman who insists on drawing
money when her balance has been e
hau'sted because there are still blank
checks In her book has disappeared.
ng and in her place we have a woman
on who wants interest on her money and
Je- who knows what 'call money' means."
xe said the cashier. Referring to the
es. 'old kind,' he added: "One day we did
of have a real case. A woman rushed in.
It said she had Just figured up her ac
count and found she was $500 short.
n Husband away-no other money-what
e- could she do? She had brought jewels
s- to leave as collateral security till he
er returned, and then we looked up the
ps matter and found she had over $800 to
vy her credit."-New York Tribune.
A Deane Without a Smile.
They have a singular kind of dance
ns conducted on the greens of country
ry villages in Russia. The dancers stand
at apart, a knot of young men here. a
S.- knot of maidens there, each sea by it
rg self and silent as a crowd of mutes.
it A piper breaks into a tone. A youth
I- pulls off his cap and challenges his
girl with a wave and a bow. If the
a girl is willing she waves her handker
Ut chief in token of assent. The youth
se advances, takes a corner of the band
Id kerchief in his hand and leads hsle
s,. lassie round and round. No word is
or spoken, and no laugh is heard. Stiff
a- with cords sad rich with braids, the
girl moves heavily by berself, going
round and round and never allowing
y bher partner to touch her band. The
id pipe goes droning on for boors In the
ot same sad key and measure. and the
e. prize of merit In this "crcling," as
at the dance is called. is given by spec
tators to the lassie who in all that
summer revelry has never spoken and
nt ever smiled.
ly Wanted More Converta
V- Southey In his life of Wesley relates
d, the following wbimsical ncident. He
R. states that some of the opponents of
these religionists In the excess of seal
d against enthusiasm took up a whole
wagon load of Methodists and carried
them before a ustice. When they
were asked what these persons had
k done there was an awkward silence.
i- At last one of the accusers said.
"Why. they pretend to be better than
Id other people, and. besides, they pray
t from morning till night"
The magistrate asked if they had
done nothing else.
r "Yes. sir," an old man said. "An't
s please your worship, they bare co
r verted my wife. Till she went among
them she had such a tongue, and now
she is as quiet as a lamb."
L "Carry them back: carry them back,"
the magistrate said. "and let them
convert all the scolds In the towna"
Iabergs sand Echees.
Icebergs are always a source of
worry to the transatlantie steamship
skippers. It Isn't pleasant to run along
through a fog or a murky night and
smash Into one of these foatlng moon
a tains of ice. The liner captains have a
e way of fnding Iee that at first strikes
the landsman as ecurioas. When It is
smuspected there are bergs Ia the nelgh.
borhood the whistle is kept fgoing. If
o thire is an echo the avigaltor slows
' down and keeps a sharp eye out, for
e echoes don't grow in the open ocean.
S Disraelis ergeoes Coetume
When Disraeli was a young man he
once went on a vacation trip to Corfu
to this extraordinary costume: "A
Sblood red shirt with alver btttooa as
Sbig as shnig., an Immense scarf for
girdle, fn of pistolo ad daggersE; red
a; ep. red slippes bread blue striped,
a Jacket and troasers. Hs ervant en
gaged for the occasion, wero a Maea.
luke dress of crimso and gold, with a
white tuarbn thirty yards long and a
be glitttering like a ralnbow."--L .'
y The FPrst Worker-Manner born be
11I blowed D'Joo mean ter say tIf me an'
yen eomo let a Mt ' splash we
ouldn't keep our aends p with these
Bris DOeubtng rid-OO b we shoUld
a he olt right, but our mis'mie 4 give
thme ame away, ye ow'-Loudoa
a The Laudhegn
lubber as to mritime matter He
wee becming moe and mire crest
fallen as their explanadnsa progrese
I the e ae o es pertPlD-Beest.
b rseady fear ahe wAi becem 1
inane. Tou see she found a diary
e spt betereh mmarrl Ler."
"Oh, I met And the awful .mvela
"rReoelatls N. It was al in
lcper, and she eculda't read a word
I ttL,--I.ado Tt-BlIte
lPAuabe-Teor daugbter pate it
the Dutch rschd. does ao not? Mrs.
N'wreh-Net meuc she doa't We
I pay 65 a muarte to ghve he private I
lassem at bha Dutch heeool in
Sthat young ma khe yeu ats
"Nother, do you suppose he cam all
Sthe waeys p r jute ho ear ma
In agme? '
4." Ti lt : F,*lITE',l I. t 4 if'ltll RATI iN-.
1IF Lcºl IANS ' .1, lAl. IS ! il l ," F It
I.l.'AN.X . 'I'rI Y OF NCV W IC .i:ANs.
it,' it kniown thatl o this :lht 4i of July.
i 1 t .' y'o r o f slr l lrd rtli .'i"t e l h ln dll l"
and I ' vesn, isfore in.. Ethelird i aM:II al:l
'Stafford. a notlary pulhih in ailld fti" l.
parilsh of Orlhiani. Stfate of lians!.1tu. lill'
I.,r lni.i. , rned and l ut g lliitel'lt . laer.eial lfly i;ili
11and appeari'ed t f fllwh.ii nu nani li pi'ro.,il,
of full age of nllmajority, and ull r-hiliin in
ihf .ity, who deilared that beling deltro r
oif forming ti corporat oln under thie. law.l if
lthe atiie of Il I hIi itina l th-y herebly Ildo
binding i helseloVes,. tii ilr sll.cessors., an
th e wl ho may Ia .n-m e a ,Iociatedl w ith tht11]1 em
under IIthe fll.wing i conditioni. to wit
.1ltTI I I'.r i.
Tne na:iml- and title, of the said -orpora
tion shall he VIFEITLIF:I. it.1.€ 'i t Itl'IttION
anld it-' domihil. is hereby .etablished In the
illy f New 4Irlean,-. state of I.uinlina : ant
Iirth r its 'aid clrl'rate naeill. JitI corporin
It ,n1 ,hall h iave pow er and hti ll 'it rly l, to col -
trallct. 'i nll land I s h..ied: to Iake tr.lue alls i
corfioiraie enti, ani i the salt.' to a b ruak and
alter at plehasure; to hold. revtle. ha . liy.
ti-urchaI.l . lh rove. alillnatl rIo -tVy. -s ll..
to.rriov pliohiLe. lo'.rtglag.', and byptll olriilt'
under iit salii crp raltie a '. pro i'perty.
i-oveunieiinu. of aid corpo ration may require;
I tnao 'nk snid cstablish by taws, rules and
r..uillu.i'-i fu i iie proli r m nm a rnailt nut ilt
lneii--ii iii and irlsitr. and lh.- -ann-m to
ichange an-i alter at iliNtlllur: and to do ll
t iiiry out the oecl ts antlish tIpat. lol if iash
i'..-i I .il -l i- iir ii l r i i-T nl fil iil',,lli-li t ti.ii1
SidE.t - fii n. itrg i a< liil;iion. er rI v r i li
i ln lie " odanc li h it, chart.rIw . in toil i -. it
and tlll-ntii• forll ti h e r lia lt'l of y utinr
iiyearn r t th i i tal e nr r f il: irt . set
sh.t ir'aiet. n ori ii n 'hiS abs',n n e t.h.e ice
phib uil. SI.le I elle th i proper ilerin lion
5h11l4 l i Iatin ,l or other 1en l prl'i,e shanll
'ThV n.drj.s and ipurpo. tsa for which this
ci.lr r:tihou iorani'ed.s s the. ll nature of
thie le-it ni s It l, ir c rrhn d on y L it. are i,.
clarehd s to d tho folloe ing, o- wit : T'Is
a:ly the i, the businltatss oif tinf. aor in
ftlil n n. selling, pled inber. imolttiegin or in
tsllIttn I .n in any manner the foli wing
ni I airt ice, ri nw or" r ats actl t,.y ee.ied
hand. jlte twines. iirlahp . yarns. tie. flat,
or t,.llh twied, ottonl twines, cotton orth.
machineryt(hll for It purpos : to nlt as
agents fotr othler lparties, flirms or coora
tionsl for e or on any of the a lreis cset
forth Int or serc its nr e and ojets t re-l.
ri', ft., on ncosmmishionll and to sell the
saile illnd genterally rto hold and exercieo all
sullch in, ldental powers and prhivlges rela
tilr to ithe oljeopt heretnofre t et frth, and
to a ryc on any other bulinetl s inclidental or
pertaining to its purposes.
nARTI'_eLE I o.
Thie capitall stock of said corporation shall
I two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.th
divided into and represented by .'lid shares
of the sum of onel hundred or ollar each,
t ahich said sto k shall be Lpa I for in cas
at the time of the subscription, or such In
s tallents cas the board of directors may
name,. r the shame may v the issued, at not
ti e* than par. in payment or exchange for
prplierty rights or rights actually received
o•r purlhasedsd c .aid corporation, or the e
same nay te issued, full paid. for money
advanced and for sune other valuable con
rectors of said corporation may determlnie:
provided, that no stock shall be issued ntilor
the consideration therefor has been received
y the said corlporation flrther, stock ma
sue. Uned. not less than par. for the purl
ists and eonsihlration of acquiring title
and good wills to any Into any firm. com
pany corporation or individuals. in further
ane or o the purapo es of this corporation.
Any stokholdh.r may assign or transfer,
sell or phlle his stock In this corporation,
without first offering iame to the corpora
ion )r oether members thereof. The astock of
said otaloration cay be transferred without
entry thereolf on the company's rd ks. and
such lpulrchase· l shall have Ia valid tite
ther. to, provided Indorsement of the sale.
transfer or assignment shall be Inscrihed
oa the k thereof, and the holder or par
thaiter thhereof shall have the right at any
ime to cause his name to lie inserted on the
orprai t ion' r ook provided for stockho sd
thers and until so done, the liability by this
dorperation shall extend to only such re
This corporation shall commence business
soon as three thouallnd dollars of the
pital tock the shall have be sulscrled for.
The hoard of directors shall have the right
ao determine how much stoek shall he Ls
The corporate powers of this company
halll he es ted in and exercised by a board
of directors consisting of three persons, who
hall b the prolsident, who shall also be the
ecretary of said corpoiration. vice-prcosdent
nd tre-asurer. Two of said board shall con
h o s h a qnd fn their dions tall be tald for
drate actm . The fort llowhng pesons o hal
Aonltite te heorport board of directors and
itaryn : Nathan II. Fite vice president:
he shalence of tho ordent the vuce-presat
Aet shall act and preet ahld I a s
old er rd sh i ll contnul In ot ac untilr
fe sto day of Octoberd 1911. on whah date
Ad ther after, annuallye a board of directeo
ra shall he lerted on thoe 1st dayr otf to. I
-er of eaih year. uny.a same should _
oliday. when the eleetion shall he held on
The board of diretors shavll send notfl b
oertoniv at their last known addrees. And
che board t direa tors shIllappoin t one oro
fore stockholderr to preside at ofch elee
thendane property of this comiPn shall so eommn
dutne. ma the anprdnt shall make as n appolatheir
dis named for that purpoedeem t and thall not dis
sis the orpor the dobjetb of thts company, h
o. a well a the elareeers of tied comsame.
T.shalld holard over natil auccthors ared to
at ereletion and hmeety-la, each s andtok
older shall bthe aaentitled to oste ne share o
te orporastered an his me. and itnd may
deem neecsary eton the bondtld of and man-reto
agement tfrom their own uded the thme oh.ll
lra of the state, or o the UnIted tt.
The board iof ulretor shall hat fullot
rower to fill Vacnnes la their numbeir,
porationsed by death or reegnaston or oth terwlee
o amongll the sto kholder cash or outside ofthis
"The said board shall havelect or appointrol of
laet, manage and useh othe name as in theirm
pleyreteion, they deem t, rvants and lerstha t ismay deemon
n-tent woth the obndjctlu of tl the buominy
o the id bcorporation, fr ther omauthorsed to
gulaterm o service the aral and busness of
them corporat the board's reiaulre, and it mayid
hoard seehallry forhave the rhconductg to and mad
ment therein provi ; povded the e al
neot ionalet with this ngcrter, or wuth tor
rmaws of the state, or of the United Stato.
companyll on letters hol credit or adlint, to
cover hate, y, ser pllrh, pledgthe idor othecorporwe e
-raton omay barli idor male in thIss country the
d wille tereinof for cashall or stolk else thisave
this corporationon. and sse proper cert
cates or notes the r or eers, ant e
hioyees, charter may hean canlerk da it may deemd or
amended-ry or the capital stocl increased or dobusne
efd or the ois corporat, their ompeay e dt
hof slders convened wltor the rpgrpt to dith the
ssen at the be-oarted's alt he entire capld
tal mtae teth elar pmes of the several oceat
Te da provided.r oti uc
he id bolrd shall hin ave the n iht tn o
pma or iub ded for the isuty. a to
ecmaea of dolletter of redit or tandlton o
tver or rom whatevern purehause the lqaid atorpor- its
oslalra ahall h or make d by this communtry
r iome roretegn country :the shall likewise haor
th power to negotite loset in the name oft
is clleorporatin, and l se proper ces boe rt
orthnor this corporation may dis
.th)a thi arte. -
Rehiable woman for
cooking. A: ply 305 Vaia1
To r ;,:-esent Singer 8s
Company in Algiers aed
ritory. .11ust be able to
and harnt-,s. Apply 184@
I'upil. de> r;ng to be talt
man language at night, aII
Statzkowski, Alx and Be
Letters tranilated at rteas
' ' A:, , r. shev, , r
,Jere.y,.e. .i,, I immedhlr I
Eltmira f .. ;
Onre i,; i v:'u. cheap; agn
Bricks, *,,,, a hundred.
One' our ',r atd shelve, 1
cl.ass cn, litiion.
Apply ;:nediately to I5
One roll-top desk. App
130 feet good picket tmg,
to Dr. A. C King, 305 Valuteg
Double Cottage-5 ros t
side; slate roof. Lot M n
Located at 323 and 321 Vim
Rents for $24 a month.
Double Cottage-- ose -
side; rents for $20 a maa,
at 614-16 Alix street, bethm
and Vallette streets.
Apply to JOSEPH W.
Double cottage and tWe Ih
Webster avenue. Rents be I
month. Apply 426 PadtS alof
Nice five-room house, 211
avenue, $12.00 a month. AMb
room house and full bathi, g i
335 Bermuda street. A 3l1I
muda street. lll
Six-room cottage, 415 As
West Side Reasiy 0,
Said commissioners shall t~ b
until the affairs of said cateM
have been fully liquidated, lan
by three-quarters vote of th
called for that purpose. Is mtit
of one of said commnlslous, br
shall continue to act. The iS1
liquidator shall be fixed by
three-quarters of said stoekhMli
No stockholder of thia
ever be held liable or rNs,5
contracts or faults thereof,
sum than the unpaid balIh m
pany on the shares of stock
or owned by him, nor buall y
in olrganiasatlon have the eMct
tblhs charter null. or of
holder to any liability bayou
ance, if any, of his to
Thus done and passed l U
clee In this city of New 0i
on the day and in the mouth
inbefore written, in the
Heyn and Leonard C. ae
witnesses, both of the city fl
who hereunto sign their sUs
appearera and me, notary. aitr
(Original signed) : Nami d
shares omitted. (Witneess):
Leonard ('. Vacher.
rETHELRD M. STAInOin, .I .
I, the undersligned, ree~med
gages, in and for the paroeM
state of Louisiana, do hereby
the above and foregoting et
tlon of the Feltel Bag Co
day duly recorded in my O
A true copy.
ETHiELrED M. STAmrOm
nov 30 dec 7 14 21 28 1911 J*
If you desire faesh
and all of the varleil
son affords, we cas
Our Sunday 8peelal.
- and GAME.
Friday, FIBH, BlZI ,
t. Jh .
For Coal .W
F. C. D