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George o. Brunssann,
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
g 4 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 666.
GOOD Union Saloon.
JOSt. MOROA0 1 sTA * 891Ns
COLD " !°,
BEER Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
and Tobacco. UNION BEER
Theo. J. Lala,
Dealer in High Class Food Products
Cooking Utnsll, Liquors of All kinds. All kinds of
Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, ran, Grain, Etc.
TECHE a SLIDELL AVL PHONE. ALGIERS 6st.
GEORGE J. PETERSON
Pittsburg Coal and Coke
LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD
Yard and Of1oo: 828 Segula StrueL Reeldeuw 411 P.11... As.
PHONU, ALGIERS 464-W.
When in Need of
WEDDING BOUQUETS AND
Can Supply You Proptly
Telephone, Write or Wire
838 Canal St.
Phone Main WSS New Orleans
Where sand When IBey Meet and Ad
dresses of heir Omors.
STS. JOHN LODGE NO. 153.
Sts. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A
M., meets every Tuedsday eening it
Masonic HaIl, corner Olivier St. and
Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock.
W. M., Shade G. Smith, 625 Belle
vile et.; S. W. Fred H. Gat; J. W.
Adolph Spittdaden, Jr.; Treasurer, Geo
Ikrbert, Jr.; Secretary, L J. Peterson,
518 Verret St.; Shaplatn, C. A. Bath
erand; Tyler, W. Seast; Stewards,
W. Lucas, J. M. Couget; 8. D., A. W
Lucas; J. D. 3. Dsher.
CRESCENT LODGE NO. &.
Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P.
mets every Friday night in Pythia
Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Theo. Olsen, C. C.; Roger Chestnut
V. C.; Jules B. Babla, M. W.; .
Babla, 07 Delaronde St.. . t R. and
8.; A. S. COvell, Prelate; L. J. Pet
ersee, ]. a.; C. Barthant, M. A.; C
Miller, L 0.; Loeu Martna, O. G.; Pe
tar Clement, representative; Jules Ba
bin. alterate; Louds Peterson Dr. C
V. Kraft sad L J. urton. true
tees; C. MiSer, Janitor; Dr. Jno. A
Rapp san Dr. W. H. Weaver, ph.yo
bas; 3. J. Moths, nderstae; B.
HALCYON LODGE NO. U.
Meets econd sad fouarth Thursday
of each month; quarterly mettngs
Srst Thursday in January, April, July
sad October, in Pythian Hall, at 7:31
Oustave Peterson 33 Elmira Ave.
-ebiellor comander; August C
Brill, vice chancellor; eo. W. Stewart
prelate; J. U. Lewis, master of work;
Wm. A. Sabdll 133 Laverge street
keeper dof records sad seal; John
Peorler, mastler of mance; Frn"
Henning. master of exchequer; James
0. Stewart, masterat4rma; J. T
Hughes. inner guard; J. T. Stuherisad
uter guart; Jos. Hughes, Sr.. grand
lodge representative; James O. Stew
st, alternate; Dr. J. 3. Polloek 1i
Algiers, Dr. C. F, Gdbke tor G~net
and Dr. W. B. Clark apr New Orleans,
phyrlesns. Jae. A. Barrett, der
VIRGINIA LODGE NO. 18,.
Virgin Ia odge Na 134 L of P.
meet on the eendsu4 sad d t Men
days ot each month Ia Pg(aa Hall at
7:20 p. m.
Chancelor mmn , W. B. Ow
eras, 4 ElatirS Ava; vie hemoelor,
B. Veesgtla; prts, J. Posds; keep
e of reord ad seas L . GaLch., as
Elmirm arvee; master e exequLea ,
H. Aker; master o if anes, 8. G.
Smith; mastez4terms A. . Beoas;
nler guard W. Geeodwia; eater sard,
0. . Pread; and lodge ,e -ensta
the, 5 0. saith; elternat A. F.
atumean; bylan for Algiers, Dr.
Jan A. Ra: So r M Invdille and
oretas, Dr. W. . Wener.
ORDER OP ASTERM STARL
STSrr. -O MAa'a o. m .
Sts. John Chapter No. 35-Meets on
the second and fourth Mondays of "
each month in Masonic Hall, at 7:30 to
Worthy matron, Mrs. Eleanor Net -
son, 323 Bermuda St.; worthy patron, he
Mr. Arthur Lucas; associate matron, M
Mrs. Amelia Smith; secretary, Mrs.
'Augusta Burgls, 628 Boany street; P
treasurer, Miss Selina Sutherland;
conductress, Mrs. Jennie Reysn- b
olds; associate condactress. Mrs. ]o
lyn Corbett; warder, Mrs. Lily Good,
lett; sentinel, Mr. John Cougett; Ada, he
Miss Olga Nelson; Ruth, Mrs. Flo. J
ence Amaedo; Esther, Mrs. Erminle
Riehl; Martha, Mrs. May Pollock; El
eota, Miss Ruby Vanderlinden; chap -
lain, Mrs. Liszle Borden; marshal, Mrs.
Josephine Weaver; organist, Mrs. Vi- to
Woodmen Circle. a
ORANGE GROVE NO. !.
Orange Grove No. 9-Meets on the
. Afirst and third Thursday of each month sal
in Pythian Hall, 7:30 p. m.
Amelia Smith, guardian, 625 Belle.
Lissie Borden, clerk. 549 Valletten
A. Street; Via Demnuth, auletant elrk. or
Anna Vanderlinden, past guardian; hi
rd Mary Jacobs, advisor; Hattie Tufts,
banker; Shade 0. Smith, attendant; M
a_ Louise B. Casanova, chaplain; Dr. to
Ernest Pollock, physician; Marguerite t
Capdeviella, inner sentinel; Josephine 21
Mock, outer sentinel; Grace Pruitt.
Emma Short and Ida Hymel, managers; I
Gertrude Back, organist; Jnae. A. Bar, h
res ; re . . Mothe, undertaker. to
Benevolent Associations. d
GERMAN BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA. e
S Meets n the first Wednesday of ev.
ery moath at Reecky's Hall at 1:3
p. m. Julius Hambacher, preaident;
lt, John Sprada, vice-president; George
. runsamn, treasurer; Frank mema , be
d 4s Bonny St, recordg secretary;
Philip eiLa, maaanbil secretary; B
r. M. Webert, Alix and Verretettree, d
PO chairman of sick committee; John a
Teteberg, chairman of widow sad or
phans' committee; Peter easinser d
Sand Theodor Duverth; William Odes
A. wald, marsl; Dr. M. J. Manet, phy- t
Ie sician; George Brunasan, undertaker.
Address all letters and communicP fe
tions to Prank Kraeaser, 535 Belleville o
Y WORKINGMEN'S UNION AN - bS
P. NEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.
y Meets every third Wednesday d
0eh month at lPyIruh l, B .
' Joha Schrode, Jr. Preedent, Op p
eloums Ave. and Nunes St, or Court 0
Louis? . Willis, Viee President, 61I
'k; Opeloese Ave.
'a C. E. Hildebrand, Treasurer. 43
I Atlantic Ave.
nk B. A. McClekey, Recording Seer- a
t T art. 43 onn St.
T . r Babis Financial Secretary, 113
SVere St. so
S G. O. Brunseana, G. M. J 4 Morga a
ror P. Gte;ra, Sergemat at Arms,
as Bdleville St. o
Ed. Lawto, chaitrman of Relief Com
Sttee, 437 Opelouas, ye
Dr. J. R. Adams, pbhysian,
G. . Brmmu n, , undetaker, 43 e
Knights of Honor
S ALGIERS LODGE I~A 34.
iA lgiam Lodse No, 3548, K. a a.
m s eWry third Tmeday ac e
3 month o Remeeky Ball, earner Tel
lee d ?atS~se tree.
ha' . F. heum g, 5 P. D.: Cas
Wee vwice dietatr; Patrick artett, e
ealant dietator: Chas BrE lew c
, utrwter; J. . euRichard, uacial re
porter ThaL A. Rhedes treasurer;
AlbMrt BDwgsel4 guide; W. L Neleso
ehlain; Aawe Jes em, uaru:ia
L 0.Mrph, seatlud; chac F. se
eh antre i tisse. a
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By NORMAN GRANGER
Copyright by American Iress A..n
I have been often in Parls, and theI
last time I was there i went to a res
taurant for my meals in a house that
had recently been the dwelling of a
wealthy man. The landlord splke
English, and when I asked him some
questions about how he came to secure
so fine a house for such a iurpose Into
his reply he wove a story. There was
nothing very novel in the substance.
The interest lay rather in the telling
by a man who spoke English indlffer
"Thees house was occupy by M.
Chauteau., a reech gentilbomme, who
haf ferry fine daughter. Mile. Elise
Chauteau she mak fool of herself when
she want to marry Gaston Lefevre. a
young man ferry poor church mouse.
Mademoiselle tell Gaston she marry
him in spite her fadder, in spite efery
bodies. But M. Chauteau he find out
bees daughter lot poor young man,
and he mak arrangements for her to
marry a reech man right off, ferry
queeck. He tell M. Bourdon he Inak
have heem for son-in-law. M. Bourdon
reech man, and be lak to marry reech
woman. Marriage in France not Ink
marriage in Amerlque. French girl
glit husband through her fadder.
"M. Chauteau tell M. Bourbon. 'I gif
my daughter 100.000 francs. How
much you gift
" 'I glf 100,000 francs too. That mnak
200,000 francs. Your daughter hat that
to spend on line clothes That mak
her ferry happy.
"'All right. You go a-k mademoi
selle to be your w ife.'
"SI. Bourbon he go ask mademoiselle
eef she be his wife for 100,000 france.
"Mees Chauteau she say: "'Yees, I lak
to be your wife ferry much. Haf a
glass of wine?' M. Bourdon drink
glass wine with mademoiselle. Then
he go away. The next matin he go to
M. Chanteat. ferry pale, and he say:
"'iM. Chauteau. youa hat done me
great honor to let me marry your
daughter. Mademoiselle do me great
honor to consent to marry me.'
"'And you do me great bonor, too.,
" Tees, we all do each udder great
honor, but I t'ink 1 no lak get married
Just now. I not good enough for your
"'What you mean, monsieur? Dlda't
you ask me for my daughter"
"'And didn't you ask my daughter
to be your wife?'
" Tees, monsieur.'
"'Then you mean to Insult me, to in
sult my daughter! By gar. I break
efery bone in your body!'
"'I not Insult you; I not insult your
daughter. I not lak to die just yet. I
lak to lir a leetle longer.'
"'What you mean?'
S"' go ask mademoiselle eet she be
my wife. Mademoiselle she kind
enough to say, "You do me great hbon
or, Mr. Bourdon." And she mak' me
happy to say she be my wife. But
she mak' me unhappy anudder way.
Mademoiselle ask me to hat glass of
wine. I ver' happy, ver' much honor,
to drink the health of my fiancee. 1
tak' all in de glass down at one gulp.
Then I go home.
"'What's that in my stomach? Bet
most be I drink in that glass of wine
hot coals. 1 roll on de floor; I cry; I
tell Gascolne go queek for the doc
tor. The doctor come, and be put
pump down my throat and pump out
de wine your honored daughter kind
enough to gif me. Ferry fine girl Mile.
Chantea. 1 ferry much honored to be
her marl, but I t'ink I remain bachelor
eimte while longer.'
"M. Chauteaua ferry glad to hush up
them matter that his daughter gI a
suitor something hot in de wine. Meb
be that be poleon; mebbe it be she put
tabasco in de bottle. Anyway, M.
Boardon hat enough of her. He tell
her ladder to mak' his excuses to bess
daughter and say he remain bachelor
leetle while longer.
"Then . Chantesan he shut hes
daughter up in thee house and lock
all the doors and close the windows so
that Gaston lefevre not get in or
Mlle. Elise get out. But when two
infers mak' up their minds to lofe they
ferry hurt to shut up so they didn't get
out. One nlght robbers broke into the
house, but they didn't steal anything
xcept Mlle. Eise. One of those rob
bers was Gaston Leferrs.
"When . Chanteau knew that hem
daughbter had gone off to marry that
poor man he rave lak madman. Then
he go away by hlmself somewhere and
put up papler on thees house for rent
One day I come along and see the bill,
and I go to the agent, and I rent the
house for cafe.
"What wine will monsier drink?"
"I certainly don't want the kind
Mile. Chautean gave her ance. You
didn't take any of it off her father's
hands with the house, did you?'
"No, monsieur. no! I assure mn
sieur that mademoiselle put pepper or
somethlng tak that In de wine. I brig
all my wine here."
I ordered what I faneled, and be
went away. saying: "I must go now.
As you Amerian say', hat some fah
"Well," I said. "when you have fried
yom rish come back and tell me anoth
er love story. Yeu needn't troubkle
ymurself about the substance. All love
stories are alike. You have a quaint
way of telling yours. Then the polite
naes of you Freach people is delileiu.s
We Amlerican men are deferential to
women, but we don't carry our defer
nce so far as to take off our hats to
them when they pour hot stauff Into m."
Anaxagoras. a distingulshed AtLe
alan, in 25 iB. C. taught that the asn
was not a diety, but an inaolnimate fiery
mas. He asimo suggested that the
moon shone by retflected light and cor
rectly explained solar and lunar
A Marvel F Che ery.
of the meet marvelous m s as
the hrag ol a jetet hydgm pa
la 3Mu a. The smoe that arises
from the ceste fieatm a o a the
a u pure 5ow-, lame branag
Mtilisaty t he Ub or a Maeu,
Morse and the Teolegraph Operator. t
Immediately after the successful
completion of the first transatlauth"i
cable and the consequent celebration'
in which, of course. Cyrus W. Field
bore a prominent part, Professor Morse,
had occasion to send a telegram from
a small town in Ohio to his home in
New York. Hle wrote out his message
and presented it to the operator, who
rapidly checked it off with his pencil
and curtly demanded a dollar
"But," said the venerable inventor. I
' "' never pay for messages." and. see
t ing an inquiring look in the olperator's
e eyes, added. "I am. In fact. the father
e of the telegraph." n
r "Then," said the operator. tirmrly con
a vineed that he was being itmposed up
s on. "why don't you sign your own
name. Cyrus W. Field?"
e Professor Morse when telling the
story used to say that he was too hu
mlhtited to answer
The question of an armchair was
a once a matter of high state in the for
a tunes of Prussia. This was in the
year 1E,9t. when the Elector Frederick
1 on visiting at The Ilague that Prince
of Orange whom his fattier and he had a
t been Instrumental in raising to the dig- '
nity of king as William ill. of Eng
o land was informed that during the in- t
' terview the king would be se'tted on
k an armchair of state. while he (the iL
n elector) would be accommodated with
b an ordinary settle or stool. In great '
k dudgeon (as Mr. Brayley IIodgetts re
calls In "The House of llohenzollern")
the elector rejoined that if he was not
f worthy of an armchair his troops had v
at least been thought good enough to
assist the Prince of Orange to mount
the royal throne of England. Finally
a compromise was effected. and the
two sovereigns conversed with one an
The Same Custom.
A magazine editor at the Authors' "
k club. in New York. was talking about
a. o. Wells. "Wells is now the fore
most English novelist." he said. a
• "Strange that a man so talented should n
o misjudge us as he does When he ii
was over here be found fault with
e everything One day at lunch. getting
r tired of his attacks on the tyranny of
t our trusts and our bosses. I said: i.
"Well, at least, Mr. Wells. you must "
admit the grandeur of the magnificent
statue of Liberty that rears its proud
t head over our harbor?' a
S'"Oh, yes.' said Mr. Wells. 'you n
r have the same custom as we-you rear h
your finest statues to the dead"' "
An Essay on Weman.
A woman Is sometimes fugitive, ir
r rational. indeterminable. Illogical and a
contradictory. A good deal of for
bearance ought to be shown her and a
good deal of prudence exercised with
k regard to her. foe she may bring a
about innumerable evils without know- .
r ag It- Capable of all kinds of devo
tion and of all kinds of treason,
"monster inocomprehensible," raised to ;
the second power, she is at once the
e delight and the terror of man.-AmleL
d A Novel Revenge.
SCook-Yes: my mistress is a prima ti
t donna and a horrible creature. She td
treats me like the dirt beneath her is
Sfeet. but I revenge myself by opening ~
the drawing room window when she is n
I not at home and by howling with all
my might so that the neighbors may
think her voice is cracked.-Fliegende
IA Tradoe 8ent.
"What did your firm dismiss Origg li
for'" asked the first traveler.
t "He gave away a trade secret" re
Splied the other.
"You don't say so?'
"Yee. He told a customer that our
Schief was an old sroundrel. and the
ebiet overheard him." p
All In. 4
friend-I was just in the art gallery.
t admirnlag your "Napoleon After Water- a
.oo." The fidelity of expression on
U Bonaparte's face is poieltlvely wonder- al
a hl. Where did you get it? Mr. Dob
Sber-F-rom life. I got my wife to pose a
for me the morning after she gave he "
f irst reseption.-Pack
r Greatness les not in being strtag,
* but in the right use of strength,. and i
Sstrength is not used rightly when it
t serves only to carry a man above his
e fellows for his solitary glory.
S Power when employed to rlierve the
eppressed and to punishb the oppreso
Sbecomes a grer4t bleslug.--wlft si
F" Z()ROiR REALTY COMPANY, LIMITED.
TUNITiID STATIW OF AMERIICA. BTATE
* OF hUIBIANA, PARIM! OfP OR
Ii.EANu, CITY Or NEW ORILANLS.
fe th known. That on this ninth day U
of the mouth of November, In the year of
r a Lord, one thonsand alne hundred and
Seleven, befobre me, CAntRL C. FRIEDRICIIH8.
a notary public, duly commissioned and o1
quallea, nla and for this city and the L
p ar., of Orleas, theretn sdl·ta, and a
a the presenwce of the witnemesse here
*nafter named sad nadersigned, Peresoall tl
h eame and appeared: The several perseons cl
whoee names are hereunto msubserlbed, who a
severally decland that avallig themselves e
Sof the provisions of Aet No. M o the tI
General Assembly of the sessko of SS, am
any and all nealdments thereto mad all t
Slaws of the state ot 'Lollsi. in such at
cases made and provided, they have coven- l
mated and agreed, ad do b themse pis- o
t eats covesnt, ase and bind themselves t
so well as all stuh other persons u cE
may hereafter become aoedated with them.
Sto constItute ad ierm a corporation and
dpolitic li nlaw, for the purposes and at
objects and under the articles and stlpu
Stlons followrlg, to-wit: :
The name sad title of this corporatlon
shall be the "ORO REALTY COMPANTY
LIMITED," and by that corporate name, i t
shall have and enjoy succession fior nlne
ty-nle years: to contract, ses ad be nI
sued to make and me a corporate soeal; to
Issue bond: borrow and lend money
enred by mortgage or otherwise; to have
and employ such managers. directors, of
bsers, agents, and other employees as the
Interests of said corporation require; to
make sad establish such by-laws rtules
and regulations for the management and
control of the atalre of said copora- 0o
Itlon as may be neessary; to have and £
p s i the powerranted by the a
lawe of this state, todeal thing neesrri
and proper to earry out the obj eets a m
· r s owhi this corporation es
The domlele of this ell snte n shaplli
shallk be Inte city of New Orlean eni Ii
all c-llations :and other legacl procies- shall
be serv.-d on the president, or In his ab
sence on the vlce.-preslident. or In the ab
sen.'f of' both. on the serretary treasrtror.
1'he. .i.''t is andii piurpo.es for which this
*rpor I llnt is formil andi th n.titre oif
thl tin-in,.-s to . i:irr .el oin biy it are
I,.rcb. , s,'lureii to Io " : To, d,.al in. ncqui re
ipuriIhas . bd l.ai. -. ll and ltmortgage
r.:i!I *. ;tt. Iitprovedit and unimproveid, and
.iny i,. nner of land in the state of I int-il
iai , "- .-1, .hiri., to d.vielop, improve,. as
well .,a to s1 1!. transfer. convey. hypo
h i ale " " " 1 1 sllal, , i a i l p l! w ia ' * t h i s a m .
.litihir in iulk or in plot or otheir sutstl
vi-io -, 1.1 plot. lac out In ea i.l ivi .tons
ati ;and all ltinsl aciquireid by said com
imiy ; I. ,r. ct. ni hld. construct and to
util r .l'" for lh .e luihtll .n . .onsBtrlc tiD ng and
,r.-tin- of i lro .i lini -, hiotel. tiat, apparl
uIeir iii .s ii h,:llmr.i, parks. or other jitaics
oif :tisiillitll.nt or i-iti.rtaintnent and to
,p. ''t" l,;:1-ri . i,nrtga:' ,r .,sell ilt-' sam e,
ilnd ien.nrmilI ti , ito riil eitate t business
in :ilI is a i lil. for irs4If and as agints
fil' ih -r.:I ti, t a- :liei;-n for "aall ranl'do
Iit'ipilii.i.-. ahit her I-al oi r foi.r gnu and
to 1 .l .t .-ell irali l in, urauc i as lii s on life,
I Ir"'. utlline anl d blnrltiir risks. etc.. as
alnt. mnd-ir it.- lhaws of the slate of
I.." t--ina, ial-o to *tu :i.ze* in the Ibusiness
of .!i, ier iutracting i an Ias agents for
-iniliith and siirtLy I ompanlies and to do
all ilins not hi.-rein exllreroset .ht t co-in
i0t1nt itr i.iirntin to ai ny iif t., foregoing
itn,.- . t , Im iii,.- or trait.
1w 1 -i l ital stock of this ic.irtiration is
hli-,r- ii nil li, at l t - sumtl lf five hundred
tihi--nd dolilliars ai snti.,esllot dividedi into
andl it llr.s.int.-d by fiiti Ithousand l500)A
,h.i r." at one hudlii r led i llars t$1Ait.IN?)
ie. t, Io l pat id for in lsh or its equilva
l.tiiI, in la:ilir dut-ln or In property at
tuallt recv, le d.
.fi si!.s.riti r ti lthei slutok of this cor
piirationi sthall have t he right to pay for
hi.. Moi k it te rate of twenty-ive cents
i ,-"t.i piwt we.ik plir share* until his
slitis-crition shall have been fully paid,
whi n it t,-rtiticate shall ibe issued to him,
int Ii. i i option shall nut p"revent said
mul-,r ir frmls l (a completing his full sub
-.riptliol at any time before its maturity.
on titi- ils.ve asis: nor frtm paying the
whole emo, ntiil when suiucribed. And pro
vi Ii.l furthlr. should any subslcriber to
hell stok of this coirporation having elert
edl to pay tip his sulwcription on the in
atalituit't llin h.-reltnaltve, expressed, fall
or ne.lect to paty his weekly Installments
mti pro.vitid, and shall permit his weekly in
st.ll itiut to rtena in unpaid for a Iwriod
of twelve, 11t wesks. then, and In that
eventl. ih shall forfeit to this corpora
tion whatever sums he might have paid
into Its treasury.
This charter shall go Into efect and
this corporation he a going concern as
soon as live thousand dollars ($5000.00)
of stock shall have been subscribed.
No stockholder shall ever be held hIa
btle or ri.spnsinble for the contracts, faults
or d tfaults of sait corporation, nor shall
any li-rn, informality In its organisation
have the effect of rendering this charter
ntll or of exposlng any stockholder to any
lia:lillity. Is.yond the unpaid balance.
rTe corporate powers of this company
shall ei- vested in and exercised by a
Isard oif not less than five ('i directors,
ueach of wihom shall own at least ten (10)
share of stock in his own name, a majority
of whom shall constitute a quorum to
transact husiness; they shall elect from
their number a president, a vice-president.
and a se;retary. Any one of the above
may likewise' be treasurer.
The directors shall be elected annually
by ballot, by the stockholders, at the
olfice of the company on the second Mon.
day of November, of each year. Each
stockholder shall be entitled, either in per
son or by proxy, to one vote for every
share of stock held in his name, and said
election shall be held under such rules
as may he prescribed by the board of di
rectors, and a majority of the votes cast
Victor E. Sylvester. Sam Stone, Jr..
heorige E. Morris, Roy P. Woodford, and
Hlarol A. Mole are declared to be the
first board of directors of said corpora
tlin to serve until the second Monday of
November. 1i15, or until their successors
shall have been elected and qualifiled, with
Victor E. ISylvester, as president and treas
urer, itam tttore, Jr.. as vice-president,
t;,ii. E. Morris as secretary.
Any vacan'iets occurring on said board
shall se filled by the remaining directors
for the unexpired term.
The said board of directors shall make
and establish as well alter and amend
any and all by-lows- rules and regula
lions, for the government of said corpora
tion and authority is given said board to
do and perform and to embody in such by
laws, rules and regulations all the rights
and isuwers granted to such corporations
by the- laws of this state and not repug
nant to these Articles of Incorporation.
This charter may tie modified, changed
and altered, or said corporation may be dis
solved with the assent of stock represent
ed at any general meetlng of the atock
holders of the corporation convened for
such purpose after ten days' previous notice
shall have been given to each stockholder
mailed to hmi residence as it appears on
Whi-never this corporation may be dia
solved, eIther by lamltation or by an
other cenaue. Its aaira shall be liquldated
by three (3) stockbolders who shall be ap
pointed as commissioners oft l· uidation at
a general meetg of the kolders to
he conveaed for such purpose after ten
days" previous notiee shill bare been given
by mal to eacl h stoekholder maled to
his last known place of residence se It
appears on the books of the empany; said
commiseloners shall remain i oce un
til after the talrs of the corporatio
shall have bee fully settled and Iiquldted.
In case of the death orf one or more of
sid commlssoers, the acancy shall be
filtled by the survivor or serviving comms
Thus done and passed in my noce, at
New Orleans, -Loulasina, aforesaid, the day,
month and year nrst above written, in the
preoece of J. P. Cordill and Clarence
moot, olth cormpetent witnases, who bet
unto sig their names together with the
nd ap rer nd me, notary, aftNer read
ing of the whole.
Witnesses: J. P. ('ordill, Clarenee Smoot.
old A. Moles, 10 sharesa ssr 8tone, Jr.,
10 shares; R. P. Woodford, 10 shares.
C. C. latacams, Not. Pt.
I. the undersigned, recorder of mort
gages, in and for the parish of Orleans,
state of Louisian, do hereby certify that
the above and foregoig Act of Incorpora
tion, of the "Zoro Realy Compny, Limit
ed." was this day duly recorded bmy oee,
in book 1051, folio-- , New Orleans,
"A true(Signe) Exs_ L"aA, 1. K.
C C. 4. PRIuDuICus, Nsof. Pal.
Nov. 23, 30: Dec. I7. 14, 21, 28, 1911.
OF NATIONAL CHICLE CONCEgRN.
UNITED 8TATES Or P AMRICA, BTATE
OP LOUIBIANA. PARISH OF OBR
LANS, CITY O NW ORtLEANK.
Be it know that on this twenty-flth day
of the month of October, In the year of our
Lord, one thosand nine hndred and eleven
and ot the indepedene o the nlted
liStt, of America, the one hundred and
thirty-sixth, before me, Charles I. cDene
chaud, a notary publle, duly comalmilsoned
and qualled In and for the parish of Or
Imans. state of Laulsaa. aforesld, and in
the prenem of the witmnese hereinalfter
names and undenlM personally eme and
eppeam d: the severa perons, whose ame
are herento sbs be who meveMali -
lare: that allli themselves of the laws
tated and a ed and do by these presaet
contract, covenat, aigre and blnd them
seives, well u such peros uas may hem
ater become asmoiatd with them, to form
and eonatltute a corporationtk for the objects
and purpoe and under the artlela and
stlpuations, following, to-wi:
The name of sa eorporation shall he the
"NATIONAIL CHICLE CONCERN," and un
der its corporate name it shail have the
power and authority to have and enjoy sue
esslain for the full term and period of
ninety-nlne years from and after the date
thereof;: to contract, sue and be sued; to
make and use a corporate seal, and the
ae to break or alter at pleasure: to re
eetve, leae, purchlase, bold and conve7, as
well as mortgLae and hnpothecate property,
real, permonai ad mixd, corporel or incor
poreal; to name and apoolat suceh manaers,
agents, directors and oacers s Its business
or nlatemrests and conveniaence may require,
sad to make and mestablish as well as alter
and amend from time to time, such by-laws,
rules and reglatios for the proper condeet
managememt and rgulationtl of aalrs of
msid eeporamtis as may be nseaeary and
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processes shall be served upon the president
of said corporation, or in the event of his
aheenc,, upon the vlce-president or acting
president thereof, and in the absence of
both of said omeers, upon the secretary of
The objects and purposes for which this
corporation is established, and the nature
of the business to be carried on by It are
declared and specified to be: to buy and sell
chicle in Its various forms, to buy, sell or
manufacture chicle products or by-products,
to own, lease or operate chicle groves or
forests and any or all appurtenances per
taining to the extraction. cleaning, drying
or manufacture of chicle, its products or by.
products. To buy, sell or manufacture can
dies and all that pertains thereto and gen
erally to do all acts and to make all con
tiacts necessary, convenient or in any man
net appropriate for the carrying on of said
The capital stock of said corporation is
hereby fixed at fifty thousand ($60.00.00)
dollars, divided into or represeted by ffty
thousand (50,000) shares of one ($1.00)
The whole of said stock, or such part
thereof as may be necessary, may be issued
for the assignment and transfer to this
corporation for any formula or formulas,
or recipe or recipes; also in payment, settle
meat and adjustment of the costs, fees,
charges, expenses and commissions incurred
for services rendered in the formation and
organisation of this corporation ; likewise
for cash or in settlement of such amounts
and at such times at the board of directors
The board hereinafter created is especially
authorised to dispose of the stock for any
and all of the purposes above stated, as in
Its judgment seems fair and proper.
All the powers of said corporation shall
be vested In and exercised by a board of
directors to be composed of not less than
five (5) nor more than seven (7) stock
bolders, to be elected annually on the see
ond Monday In December in each year. All
such elections shall be by ballot and con
ducted at the osce of said corporation un
der the superintendency of two (2) com
missioners appointed by the board of direc
tors, or shall it fall to act, by the presi
dent, and of such elections, as well as of all
meetings of stockholders, except for the pur
pose of liquidation or dissolution or as oth
erwise requlred by law, notice shall be given
by publication for not more than ten and
not less than seven consecutive days prior
to and including the date of sueh election,
in one or more newspapers published nla the
city of New Orleans. Each stoekholder
shall be entitled to one vote for each share
of stock standing in his name on the books
of the company to be east in person or by
proxy, and the majority of the votes east
shall elect. The board of directors shall
have the power to fill all vacaneies that may
occur on the board. A failure to elect di
rectors on the date speeifed shall not dis
solve the corporation, but the directors then
in oice shall remain in oece until their
successors are elected; due notice of an
other election shall be given a above pro
vided, and such notices shall continue to be
given antil an election is held. The major
Ity of the dlrectors shall constitute a quo
rum for the transaetion of business, and the
board of directors at its meeting following
each annual election shall elect a presidenat
one or more vice-presidents, a secretary and
a treasurer, and such other oficers as it
shall deem necessary. The board shall have
the power, in its discretion, to unite two or
more oces, aend the same to confer upon
one person The boeard of directors may ap
point from time to time such *seer elerks,
agents and other employees as they may
deem necessary for the businem and the pur
poses of the c-poratlion. All Ofcem,,
clerks, ieta or other employees shall bhold
oece only at the pleasure of the board.
alid board shall make and establish, as well
as alter and amend all by-laws, rules and
regulationas necessary and proper for the
support and management of the uiness
and afalrs of the said corporation In
consistent with the charter, and generally
to Jo all thlngs reasonably necessary for the
carrying on of the business of the corpora
Whenever this corporation may be dis
solved, whether by limitation or from any
other cause whatsoever, its affairs shall be
iquidated by three stockholders, to be as
onted at the general meetaing of the stock
holders convened for the purpose of liquida
tion as hereinafter provided. each share be
ing entitled to one vote, In person or by
proxy. Buch commissioners shall remain in
ofice until the afrlns of the corporation
shall have been fully settled and liquidated,
and shall have full authority and power to
tranaser and give title to all assets sad
property of the corporation. In case of
death, disability ot reslgattion of one or
more of said commissioners, the vacancy
shall be filled by election by the surviving
commlssioner or commiseloners.
This act of Incorporation may be modified,
changed or altered, or said corporation may
be dissolved with the assent of two-thirds
(2-3) of the capital stock represented, at a
general meeting of the stockbolders con
J. SPRADA'S CA
FIRST-CLASS GERMAN SALOON
Just at Ferry Landing ALGIESR
DIXIE BEER, Always Fresh. All Other Bottle Beers. .
Liquors, Cigars, Etc. HOT MEALS AT ALL HOU1.
Furnished Rooms at Popular Prices First-Cih'
RO RI Delivered to your
prices that will
with any in the city,
FRANl CASTROGIOVAIII, nus u531., 1000
vened for such purpose,ai
tice shall have been gtva
newspapers published in the
Orleans, once a week for faer
Ing the meeting, and sotle
postolce address desglaPtelt
case of failure to designate a .
dress, to general delivery, dit
No stockholder shall ever Io
or responsible for the coattds -
said corporation in any
any unpaid balance due e
him; nor shall any mere
ganisation have the etee t
charter null, or of exposlag
any liability beyond the
The first board of direct.n
ration are hereby desigatsid
lows: Robert C. Carlisle,
son, George Blardone, l[ia Is.
ter Coiron, Edmund aH. Ti,
Robert G. Carlisle as prte-ssI -
er; George T. Lugasoa as
George Blardone as secretary
as constituted, to serve as
second Monday In lecemhse
their successors shall have es.
Said croporation shall csin
or operations as soon Uas ib
(.3000) shares shall have Ii
for, and In order that this
serve as the original ~
scribers hereto have st uua
pective names the anumber i
subscribed for by them.
Thus done and pwass, 16
city of New Orleans, a hem
month and year herein g
In the presence of Vathg
Wi-"iam V. aber, eup _.i
have signed these prseat wit
pearers and me, notary, atr ad
of the whole.
(Original asied) : WslSr
mund II. Too ey, Jr.,
Louis F. Barbler, Geeors
G. Carlisle. (Wltneses): .
thony J. Rossi.
CRas. I. DnuCsk
I, the undersigned, reei
in and for the parish e
Iouislana, do hereby et.
and foregoing act o
National Chicle Concern m
recorded in my oee, i n bt
New Orleans, October
I, the uno Ederignaed 'I
that the above and
correct copy of the etrMl
ration of the "NatiosIl lli
gether with the certlck at
corder of mortgages ar te
leans attached thereto.
Witness this my hand
oace this 26th day ot
nor 29 16 23 30 dee 7 IlO
Cigars aid ,
Isprroug Age M
No. 441 Slidel
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