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Summer and Convention Rates SUNSET R.UTE TO RESORTS IN CALIFORNIA AND ALL THE WEST Convention Rates : in effect pe riodiall : . atl the Sum mer. Sammer Rates .+ i++ effect Julne 1st to s +t +t . r :l ,,h. 1912. OUR MOTT( ".afeitty ;Iand ('om fort." Oil Burnin ti.ol)lmot.vets. Electric Block S;i:,ilS. Standard and Tourist Slc tIrý. Observation Librar\-l;ufle: Cars. Dining ('Car icrt(-e best in the world. !or full parti, ulars apply at CITY TICKET OFFICE, 227 St. Charles St. Phone. Main 4027. Thee. Ensign, ('ity Passenger and Ticket Agent. Illustrated literature furnished on request. Geo. E. Bays, Jr. Iajuaines NewspaperS No l, School Booeks Sporting Goods, Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes. I 1u e aI it SemeaM Prims. Prompt Atteatise. ,o. 441 Slidell Avenue Magazine * Fact Fiction wrmemasn a a awr smaing ia la wfeb io d remdir ., . ar Mechanics Magazine alm gk? Twi Io mihl o 7rll "Meehmies" - - pges) ehw i, Ah sa . m e- mem a - l he smnh> bo dm eme m easw - .. Ts OF AMltICA, TATE lDVIrSIiANA, I'AMLSH OF OR i htewn, that on this eighth day of Sthe yeear one thousand nine hundred before mi, Robert E. O'ConnorJ pgubile, duly commissioned a hi and for the parish of Orleans Iasislana and in the presence or hereinafter named and under __ geSnally came and appeared: The peseons whose names are hereto sub Who declar. that avalling them the provisions of the laws of the isla, relative to the organlsa. tons, they have covenanted, do by these presents mutually, agree and bind themselves, to lseb other, as well as such other may hereafter become assocl them, to form and constitute a hrr the objects and purposes, She agreements and stipulathens. A"RTICLE L Sand title of this corolratlon 3 AtIAElRlt IRON and under its said corporate have power and authority to Sscenesslon, foi the fuall term (9 ) ~ years, from ad after oo; to contract, sue and be and use a eorporate seal, and 1 resak or alter at pleasure, to I lease, purche and ~ y, hypothecate property,rel, ted, name and appoint such and agents as its lntereshe may require, and to lake alter and amend such by-Isws, - eqlatons, for the conduct et Sthe corporatioean, as may e pioper. S ARTICLE II. of this corporation shall he New Orleans, arish Os Loeudsana, and-all eltatsl Leoses shall be served ea the sstmence, on the vies SAr T ,rK n III.m and prpose 0o, tnhis eed ete of the alid ee m St ten thousand deles (al. oato ee hu ndred sI nnme huand ed e lOM - -a -ren.Du~ iO Larr..1 n alclrl Remember We Make The Best Ice Creams! Why We Make The Best? Because it is cooked and has no artificial ingre dients. It k made of the pure freshcream, fresh crle eggs, highest grade sager and the pure vasilla bean. DOCTORSRECOMMiEND IT. Statistics has proves that yeo can not kill germs by freezing but you can by boiling. Heace our ice cream is cooked. Odenwald & Gros Co. Ltd. 619 Canal Street, PHONE CMner Exchange MAIN 2648. Place. FRESH GOODS If you desire fresh vegetables and all of the varieties the sea son affords, we can supply you. Our Sunday Special, POULTRY and GAME. Wednesday and Friday, FISH, SHRIMP, CRABS etc. BERNARD FABARIS, st. John's Market. HARRIS' ICE CREAM PUREST AND BE8T IN THE CITY. 1800.1802 DRYADE8 STREET. PHONES-JACKSON 1000-4081. ++++++++++++++++++ What we advertise is so. A food Argument! If we sapply fity per cent of the lttle boys o New Orlesm with their clothes, isn't this just - good a plan or tho s e u ittle Alsrlmt KNEE PANTSr, SUITSr... up. KNEE PANTS.........S. uop. Masr Israel & Co, 714-718 CANAL STREET, ARTICLE V. All the corporate powers of this eorpora tion shall be rvested In, and exercisedby o board of dlrators composed of three () stockholders, elected annually on the seeond Monday ia December, beginning with the year 1912. At all elections each stockhbolder shall be entitled to one vote for each share of stock held by him, nd a majority of votes cast shall elect. Stockholders may vote either in person or by wriltten proxy. A tallare to elect directors at a regulr meeutng shall not dissolve the orporation, but the dirc. tors then in ofee will continue to act untIl their successors are elected and qualled. Notice of the time of holding nay end all meetlngs shall be given by the secretary to each stockholder, such notice to he sent by mail, five days before such meeting, and dl .cted to each stoebolder st his last known addresL Immedlately upon belng elected the dlrec tor shall elect from among their own num ber a preeldent and treasurer, a vlce+gres dent, and a secretary. The said board shall also have full ower and authordty to borrow money throulg the president or some other duly authorised agent or agents to execute mortgages and issue notes, boands or other oblIgatlIons, and gnerally to do all the thipng tne the proper carrying on of the oninss of the id corpormtion; as also to issue and delliver tfull paid shares of stocks and obendas and other obLetioas of the said corpora tion in peymet of the money borrowed or money labor, services, property or rJights etually rerelved by the sald corporation, as herelnhetore set forth. The board of directors may devolve all ot Iti aowers upon the presidet. Until the next meeting to be held under this charter, or until the daly qualed successors are elected and installed, the heoard of direetors shall o composed of d gar Berthaut, Camlle Bertheut and Mrs. Evelline Berthat, of whom oEdar Berthaut shall be prealdent and treasurer, Mrs. Eve line Berthaut vico-preeldent, and Camille Berthaeut secretary. ARTICKL VI. The captl se e tock may be omrd or imnished upon complyngh with formalities lposed by law. RTamIQ VIL Wheamwr this corporatlisa shall be d lved, either by limitation or trm other cesse, Its asire sall be by a committe o thre llr ointed at a s C sthak. oLders onawnd tor tat sm, m sd ,umtto I hve kfl 9osi to 9eibm sE aqts nse sy br -thIIeP m of lluul ~rVUL esapuefiso . tmejIb ?5I~ ld teeth rrILr rlh, tlrhe al4 ha the m-staht mm - bu d the beaud ýnlnectr . t The des. sad eaind Ia my i.e. the i city of sdew Orleans, aforesai, the dy. i mouth sad ear frst above wrttoas e I pr of Menrs. Bdward J. Flem ad I , rbt,,r both witamse of sel elI uad sidi this city, who sga hereto, I t ter said rtl sad me, the ai I aoafter dera of the whole. (Origi;si siged): r Berthaut, 958 ahaes; Uvla. Dertha.t, I bhae; Camille Berthaut, 1 share. (Witnesses) : Edw. J. Fleming, 6am Ferber. aossma B. O'Cowxo, Net. Psb. A true copy. I, the undersigned, recorder of mortgages In and for the perish of Orleans, state of Loulsatna, do hereby certify that the above I and foregoing act of incorporation of the c Algiers Iron Works, Limited, was this day duly recorded in my omce, in book 105., folio 11. New Orleans, April 9, 1912. (Signedi EMILE LE)oan, P. R. A true copy of the original art of incorpo ration and certificate of recorder of mort- I gages, on file and of record In my notarlal archives. New Orleans, La., April 10th, 1912. Rour.aT E. O''oNosoa., Not. Pub. (Seal) spl 11 ill 2 may 2 9 16 12 Pleasant For Shaw. Ford Maldx IlioffTr. in hiu "Mlerm ories and Impressions." s:}y". th:it on his first cotumiun to l..nlt In B,'rnarti Shaw wrote a plml,hlEt e:tled "W'hy I Am an Aunrclhist." wvhiich was 111h lished at the 'Torcth press. "$Some time later." relnltes Mr. llueffer. "when Mr. Shaw. having advanced a stage further towa:rd his lntcllectual salvation, was addressing in the park a Socialist gathering on the tiresome text. 'The Foolishness of Anarchism.' the young proprietors of the Torch walked round and round in the out skirts of the crowd offering copies of Mr. Shaw's earlier pamphlet for sale and exclaiming at the top of their voices. 'Why I Am an Anarchist! By the Lecturer!'" Success In the Garden. The success of a gatden will depend principally on making the ground rich and keeping it in a high state of cul tivation. Many amateurs have an idea that raking is only done to destroy the young weeds, but this is only one and rather a small reason for the con stant use of the hand rake. The main object in cultivating between plants is to loosen the surface soil, so that It forms a mulch and preserves the mois ture in the lower ground, where it is needed to feed the plants.-Harper's Bazar. Wasted Sympathy. A kindly old lady who attended a performance at the Baymarket thea ter in London was much impressed by the singing of a nightingale and a lark. which forms an interesting feature of the performance. In fact, she was so much impressed that she sent an agent of the Society For the Protection of Animals to see if the birds were prop erly fed and cared for. Be found that both nightingale and lark were purely mechanical, in appearance only a small wooden box and key to wind the ma chinery. The Fez. Can any one explain the popularity of the fte In the hot and dazsllng east? asks the London Standard. The brim less woolen covering of red. which derives Its name from the Moroccan city, Is neither cool nor shady. Not Is the warm looking headgear a native product, for the fezzes of Fes are now few compared with the numbers ex ported from Germany to the lands of Islam. Perhaps the explanation of the fte's vogue lies in the sacred reputl. tion of the city of sunless streets iteelt I For 1,000 years it has lived in the odor of sanctity and of wisdom, and as it I has clothe0 the mind of the young )uqsslman it still claims to clothe the Aggravatin' Ells. "'~' Mother--Why have you left the oth erst What do you want. deart Little Girt--l'vre come here because Ella's so aggravatin'. (A pease.) At least she will be when she finds I've broken the leg off ber new doll.--loan don Punch. Easy 8tairs. The very acme of ease is reached in stairs that have treads twelve to fif teen lnches broad and risers five to seven Inches high. The run or dis tance In most houses is too abshort to allow of this. but they should come as near It as the architect of the bouse will permit. It is so easy to climb such stairs that one hardly is aware of any effort Bobby Burns and the Mayor. On one occasion. arriving at Carlisle on horaeback. Hobby thurns Is said to have turned hbs steed out to grain for awhile. and the animal strayed on to a meadow belongalng to the corporation and got impounded. Although the horse was given up to him. the poet retaliated upon the mayor. whose ten ure of ofice was to expire on the very morrow of the Incidenut, as follows: Wassu'er pulr poet see befitted? The malster drunk. the bhorse commttted! Putr harmless beas tak' thee na care:; Thou'It be a borse when h's nae mair (mayor). CHARTER 01O OKOND TmWENlFJINN COMPANY. UNIIUD U ATSE OW AMluICA, UTA'IU O WIBUIXSAN, PARISH on 0O LIANa. Be It kaewa, tat oa this 6th day stof Marc, ta the year of oar Lord, one thoe sad sine hunadred ad twelve, before me. Amwrese 0. ,I Pies, a mota x.yublic, duly persally eame ad ap.ered the evera e, ridests of the parlsh of Orlens and of the city of New Orisas. whbo severally declared, that, avalling themselves of the laws of ti state, in seah ases made and provided, they have temed sad ouiaied, ad by these pesents do orguaise theml selves lato a cosvtlea and body cotpo rate. for the ebjecia and ess sad am YgTICIa L Sth e stad title et this eoratlnoa 'aIl be, OO ¶TU3WIS fl OOtPU NYI , sad its milethal thI I tan dore n.rd a 1w e a ~Imiea w~ ste rlehmivas sal peisEe t an klfb; ti epa' al saw emt and tsell ts perodae sad raldne or wste thrsot or to further ma and manufacture the same, and to pull c stumps and clear land, whether in counec- t tion with such bsainesn or apart from it; I to buy, sell and lease real estate, to operate team roads and barge lines or other vessels, I in connection with the carrying on of its a buslness; to conduct a general merchandise a business in connection with said business, t and generally to engage in any business in- I cident to or conveniently necessary to or c connected with the operation of the busi- I ness above mentlsned. ARTICLE IlI. The president, or in his absence or Ina billty to act, the vicepresident, or, in case t of his absence or inability, the secretary t shall be the proper person upon whom all t citations or legal process shall be served. ARTICLE IV. The capital stock of this corporation is f hereby fixed at the sum of fifty thousand S$ai3,00.00) dollars, divided into five hun- t dred shares of the par value of one hundred I $lt$1t.U(,J dollars each. Said shares of r stock shall be paid for by the subscribers thereto, as shall lie required by the board of directors, and the stock may lie issued in i laynlent of property acquired by tile corpo ration or in compensation for services rend ered. This corporation shall lie auithorizedi to t*rgin business as soon as five thousand )$5.Oi0.0Otu dollars or more, of the capitalI stock shall have been sub-urilbd for. Alh. stockholder tluay sell, assign or transfer I s st-.k in this crlorration, provid-ed thirty :(o, days' prior written notice of such iti tention to sell, assign or transfer the samell lie given the compiany, and the stockholders, tiheireof shall have the first privilege of ptr 'lidsin_ the samen after which n[ot ,lc thli s-il sowk may ibe sold in oplen market. A prior lien on all shares of stock shta!l be retlined by the -ompllany on ltie stock of any shareh'older for a:ny Illhetllteln.":s se-l-uried or unsecur.ed, however evidlence.l or created, dule at any time to the ompillallny by the holder of snlih stock. And all transfers of stiwk shall be trinsferred sulbjecit to this clause. ARTihLE V. .Al ptowers of tills corporation shall 1' vestied in a board of diieitirs Io mposeoi If not less than three iati s:ocklholders. They shall lie elected on the tirst Munday of Ihs 'elmlier in each year. comumencing 1912, at a general nleeting convenesd for that pur )pose. after ten days previous notice in writ ing to ,-acth stockLhotler owning stock stand In- in his name on the ,ookks of the corpo ratiuin, and until such time the following namnedI stockhioldelrs are hIereluy namne Il s the first Ioard of directors, and who shall hold their ottice and exercisre their fulnctions lntil their slicessors are elected, viz : t;.irge I'. Mason. L. t ('lifton. V. J. .'lEngle and F;. RWood. of wh.m t-el. F. Mason shall be president. i. E. I 'lfton shall tIo vice-preoi dent, and E. Wood. secretary and treasurer. The same person may iohll the offices of secretary and treasurer or each of such of tflee may lie held by a different person. The election of the board of directors shall ie by ballot, and eachl stockholder shall is. entitled to one vote, either In person or by proxy. for each share of stock owned by him, and a majority of the votes cast shall elect. The board of directors shall, immie iliately after their election, elect from their number a president, a vice-president, a sec retary and a treasurer. The said board of directors shall elect and employ any and all employees, managers and clerks of the corporation they may deem necessary for the proper conduct of its busl ness. and may fix their compensation, and remove or dismiss them at pleasure. ARTICIAE VI. This charter may be amended or altered by the stockholders at a general meeting convened for that purpose, after ten days' written notice to each stockholder: or this corporation may be dissolved with the as seat of two-thirds of the capital stock repre sented at such a meeting. In case of disso lution, the afairs of the corporation shall he closed and liquidated, as rapidly as pos sible, by two or three liquldators, appointed or elected by the stockholders at such meet. ing. The capital stock of this corporation may be increased or diminished in accord ance with the laws of the state of Louisl ana, oa the subject of altering the capital stock of corporations. ARTICLE VII. The subscribers hereto have respectively stated opposite their signatures hereto, the number of shares of the capital stock sub scribed to by them respectively, constituting the same the subscriptions made by the Incorporators for the purpose of organising 1 thli corporation. 1 ARTICLE VIII. No stockholder shall be liable or responsi ble for the contracts or faults of this cor pration In any further sum than the un aid balance due to the corporation, on the I shares owned by him, nor shall any mere I informality in organisation have elect of I rendering this charter null or of -exposing c a stockholder to liability beyond the amount of his unpaid stock, if any. Thus done and passed at my osce, In New 1 Orleansm Orleans parish, Louislana, on the t day and year first above written, in the I presence of Milton Seawell and E. C. Balllu- I tine, competent witnesses, residing in said parish, who have signed their names, to gether with said appearers and me, notary, after due reading of the whole. < (Signed): W. J. L'Engle, subscribed to r 100 shares; 0. F. Mason, subscribed to 25 shares; E. Wood, subscribed to 25 shares; c L. E. Cllfton, subscribed to 60 shares, (Wit- I nesse) : Milton etwell. E. C. Ballintine. A. O. G. PIc, Notery PubDlc. I, the undersigned notary puble, do here by certify the above and freonolg to be a true and correct copy of the act of Ineorpo ration of the Osoae Turpentine Company, passed before me on the flth day of Marth, 1912, together with the certificate of the re corder of mostgagee for the parlish of Or leans thereto annexed, showing its recorda tion li his oece, the original of which is of record in my current notarial register. Olven under my hand and bepres of my oeal seal this nineteeath day of March, A. D. 1912. i. 0. L.aPIcs, Noterg PIblde. OrigIal recorded in book 1051, folio 698, of Ithe oece of the recorder of mortga for the JIrlsh of Orleans, state of ouils a. mch 21 28 apr 4 11 18 2 1912 CHARTER OF ENRIGHT-PREY RAILWAY EQUIP MENT COMPANY. UNITED 8rATE8 OF AMERICA, STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF OR LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLBANI . Be It known, that on this 29th day of the month of February, In the year of our Lord one thousand snlae hundred and twelve, and of the independence of the United States of Americae the one hundred and thblrty-sixth, before me, William J. Formento, a notary public, duly commlssioned and q-alsifed in and for the paritsh of Orleans, city of New Orleans, state of LouIallana, and In the pres ence of the witaeses hereinafter named and oundersigned, personally came and appeared the several persons whose names are hereto subscrihed, who severally declared, that, availingr themselves of the laws of the state of Loulisian, relative to the organhtion of corporations, and eitally of the provisions of act 78 of 1904, they do by these presenta, for themselves and their asoclates, sucaces ors and amigns, torm tbhemslelves, their se cessors, asEigus and asocates Into a cor oration and body politic ln law for the ob. et and purpose and under the 7ree ments and stipulations hereinafter set forth sod epremsed, all of which agreements, stlp ulations, terms and conditions are amsented to and become a part of this act of iaeorpo ration and are binding upon the signers hereto, their sreeesors ad asallgna. ARTICB I. The name of this corporation shall be "'NRIGHT-rFRY RAILWAY EQUIPMENT COMPANY," and under that name it shall have and lenjoy orte existence and uc cesslon for a pe o of nlnetyamne years from and after the date hereof, unless soon er dissolved in the maner herelinafter pro vided. hbs corporation shall have and en Joy all rights, privileges and immunltiesl grated by law to corporatlons, and under its corpoate name it shall have power and authority to eoatraet, sue and be sued; to make ud se a corporate seal and the same to hange, alter and dtr oy at pleas mre: to bold, ree prehase, thoeate, convey, sel, lease or pledgra~nd per sonal prsperty to issue negotisble bonde and iotes a other evidees of debt; to have and emloy such m ge, dlrectos, oee aeins and other employs its my reuire: to mke and establish suceh by-laws rles a end regulations for the r s srMaeent and oantael at its af l m u py ane esary or mpedlit, mad the same to alter ad smead. ARTICLW II. uee demlee eat this eepratlis thal e Ia the city t New Orleans, phw at Or lea sate oleais All elatitss ad Ither u leroess all e erved en the Iptssleta the ma, or in a event i a t h il a se fm teet. r a hs - A 'ICL8 III. The objects and purposes for which this corporation is organied, and the nature of the business to be carried on by it are hereby declared to be as follows: 1, To apply for, acquire, sell, buy, assign, lease, pledge, mortgage or otherwise dispose of letters patent of the United States or of any foreign country. and all or any rights, territorial or otherwise, thereunder; to ap l" ply for, hold, sell, assign, lease., mortgage or otherwise dispose of patent rights, licenses. privileges, inventions. trade-marks, trade names and pending applications therefor. re lating to or useful in connection with any o business of the corporation: to use. Inant- i facture. or grant leases and licenses uttder a any letters patent owned or controlled by ,., tiht company. and to expend money in expert- i menting upon, and testing the talidity or , value of any intent rights, the company may have, acquire or proposes to acquire: to d purchase, lease or otherwise acquire lands I and buildings in this state or elsewhere for thel recltion and establishntent of a manu factory tr manufalctories and work-shotps with stll.table plants, engines and m:achinery with a vliew to manufacture, buty sell. in-a port andl exlstrt and generally to deal in rail and railway equtipllltnt. either tllretly .r in}tliretly, through tthe mletdium of agentstl or oht'herwise: and generally to do all thhins n iltil'tltli:tal to anti nec'essary to carry out the said ubliljces rind purposes,. ART"IEF IV.' The capital st-l,,k of this c(.rlorattin i. herlty tixedi at the sunl of twenty-tivei ttiu s:tnd ittll:lrs t ' i ftt, t0t( l. to Itt rilnrtesenrtle Iby twelve hundred and fifty I l.(1.2., sht.re I it the p;ar vilte of twenty l iid lars it tttll ll I' ta th. andfi thrt,- tIhotisan ll dolIrs t#:3,(i t ,at· n d of the' sai, capital stock shall Isb Sitl ,r mitt +d lnd palt ti tilst tftre the ttoltrlc y n antl or 1Ianr i/e anat Iuritle i a t g.lln tiern. i Th, Ir tualinin : shares shall la' iot by the Itird tf alir'<ctors na It shall tth-eat fit anm propt.r All shareis of st'ck shall I' Itaid for in ntsh or property of egl itn value actually receive, I' and lutist it- fully p thl for t.f,,re, the Is- - : ant-c of the cer;titftiteI thereifor. Ti'h i shart it f stok shall is nona-.s-tssabi., : and itlhent evettr they are Istul for liprope.rty rceiv,-I. iti vtltuattin plaicehd by the boart of dinr Il-i sahu lroplerty shall 1we tctn-hislJt ion ai ihe ,rpratitn anitd nall its stotkholidl rsIr. t preI,-it anlldl failure. The Capitall l slt-k shall hi' repro.entted lvt Itt.,k tr titllctlhs, tralnsferrlable only tln t hl loks tof lthe .ltptilny on surrend lr of the utitlandlin, te tlficates tir proof if la.n thetrelof. and under stch nrles and reiutl:a tin s as thu liard of tlireto-lrs ma'y proeit. it is a cintiditon precedlent and one of tie I conttitions uinder whtclh the stook is is<ue-i. Ihar. ,e-f.tr. ailny holler of salik shall tx hange. tir sell, ir offer his sitock to 'an mitilider for salet or t-hanct. he shall first Ioff-r s lnte fir a termU of tweinty iaws to lthe hihter of the company's stock at at pric not ext-etdlng Its market value. Sluch offer shall be made to all hohlers of slit-,k ity a letter addlresod to thei steretary-trahs urer of this corporation, and eat-iht holer shall ie Immediately notitletd by the stiti wetretary-treasurer anti the stock offerel shatll ihe offiredt for sale to the reiattning holders of such stock who shall ht' entitled to setlnre same within said priod of twenty days at uch market value n proportion to the number of shares then held by them: or in ease any hotler of stock does not desire I to purtchtav said stock, then the same shall ' he divbIed among the remaining holders of t stock in proportion to their holdings. Only in case the said stock is not purchased with- i In a term of twenty days shall said ownert desiring to sell same be entitled to dispose < of it to outsiders.e This cpoporation reserves to itself the I right to cancel any and all suhseriptions to stock on the failure or default of the sul- I scrhber to pay for same after a ten-4lv de mand hy the board of directors: said tie nand to he in writing and mailed to the last known address of sald subsmriter. All sub sc eiption to stock are made and received suibject to this condition.F ARTICLE V. The officers of this corporation shall con. slat of a president, a vice-president and a ers shall constitute the board of directors All the corporate powers of this corpora tion shall be vested in and exerciseld by the 1 said oard of directors, any foutr of whom n shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. The members of the board of f directors may act in person or by proxy in a writing attested by two witnesses. The pre- o siding oiecer acting at any stockholders' meeting, or at any meeting of the board of r directors shall be entitled to vote but in no a ase of a the vote shall such residing officer be entitled to east the deciding vote: it be- t hers of the board of directors, or the stock- b holders In meeting assembled, be equally di vaded on any matter, that no action be taken on such matter. The first board of directors shall eonsist of .harles V. Frey, president : Edward James Enright, vicepre'adent: John Woods Fi- s right, secll hretary-treasurer th dom thrle other c holders of stock, all of whom shall erve a ntil their successors are duly elected and g qualfied. AThlls and succeeding amrds of c directllrs shbe ll ha tve the ower to fill vthe board t cies caused by withdrawal in their number. 0 but in case of the death of any member of i the dard of diretors ad his legal rere onta- e: tve shll In at in his place and stead dtheng a podirer tor was elected, ct ead ts The beard of directors shall be elected h anrenually hereafter at he domici a ele of hisor r corporation after ten a notice n writing mail be ettled ta known address of the hol er of stock on the firbet Monday of March or as esoon thereafter as possible, at a meet- . lag of the holders of stock convened for that b hodes meeting ox sad date shall sanot for-e felt the annral ofthe oor the lton, ut 1e te board of directors shall be premadn d o un meetll their e stors are duly be calected atd qualy timed. All ontraet detv or lhegn aeamount ed byg one hundred dollarbs ($1the t00c001 o tble borpojet tno the actiobjent of thid meet- board of retorbe aned the rtldent sor oI er act-r I Ng sto caboldery shall noter haeld tlble c owr eponble r totracts exeedt, ltg or this empoutag e by atn withder t authoriablty of beyopred tis n pthed amonrt dea eolution or i mtiron classed by l madvote ofa partht d recarteo oa th sare of stock nder this corporation the nob elltlteald and to be t actl e atock oalers meeting, to _de cast by the sslk. Thir act o nor y prton my Pwo-thred, ftrd or modtol or the orpoat all mtok holbe dersol' meet th.e aent - rts o the marLty of stock present or rsktd at a r .The annual meeting for the elaetion of the board of directors shall be preceded by I days' pteaos notice malled to each stocklder hola tr at hIs last owaddre addrenm special ay time by the preIWdent or when request or thiscorporationl, the obJecty of tead maneet nng on to e sthe In writing as rovdll bed for I dato (o No stockholder shall ever be held). led eored reor nasble for the aontracts, faults ror defaults of a o dthis corporati one or mhall any mid ere nformality oinm, irts oteir labtionty or I the efect of re erng this charter ull or Tee xolng any stock older to anby lability ( etmis oeluse beng madlle a part of thet oh taer of thpoton, proided undat the l-rovision ofa thI e tow preast or rlaw and ted at a e ve at any future date no matter whmy o at ehangs or .'hla t of inor oration te day, monthnged, altared or mofd orteo p the oration may e distolved, with the asent of three-fourths of the stock present or represented at a sand me, otaring fotr t et rpe, after itse (Ortn al ei ) :e ma known by tenr ays' previous notice, rmcailred to each holder of the state of LOUisb n l Weaever the tcorporation lved in ayoth o t ea ners known to the law, its affars sall he liquidated by three conxissmoer or Iiqul at (who m be toc lde, . el t am tr the hode of stok ol-l. venedfor. t pose after ten days' prior (Tel) mof st o ae heirby I a l lyI9 (mal) mehtll sp I Il i llUSqlHfil CHARTER ut" '[il: NL1' t 'u.b Ii'll LITi.\N I-l II. T CO MIPAN.. .. ."AX. i UNIT.l:II .TATEs Il' .\ Il)1I, A. S l'.\IlTlI C OF IAiIIISIANA. ', ilY ql" lI:\V 4ti lE1AN$, I'Altitil UI ulil",:.1I1S. It. it known. That on this twl. entith diay of thi tionth of Martlh, in the year o-n. ihousand, tio.l' hluidred anId twe!ve. If,rei me, ititlert L-.,i'-r, a notary ptellh', lily' .oimmnis.,lion.i andi qulaliid in and fhr the Parish of uirteans, State if Itul-.iatla, afo;. said, ther.ein residing. sand in the presen"e of the witnes.s. hereinafter Iatled arid ul S dersigned, pe-rnally idJue tad a;q"ar0.1 the I.'irsons whose naiw. a: e d;iriimlo ,, h d ..cril.id, who deulard that. availing ihe selv.'. of the provi.In... if tie Ii a i, the SINtt. of IiiiisiaUd. reiatve ito the oran. ratlin of orporpatliios. they have .,venaull eti and agreed, and di. by tht.-e p:...,. a. .ve-na it, ag-r.e, ind, t, ri and ni l i i'. d hetnuselvei. as we.ll as sub tither per..-. a. may hereaftr juin or he. ,ine a.o,. .i,lI t] with them. into a rorptrati.,n andt i.ly ,", itit in law, and fir thie u-t.ctsi am I pu -p.ems and inler t he a.rei-lienta andl ttipulta l' til0iuO ing- lto wit . Alýti'ht L I. i 1 "lte n' llme and stye 0rf thi- cr ; ,.;. .tl (I I lh~lll :N"+ lie \."+Pw t una,+. iiil ID',I~t;" . 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I e•o mixed; t o'.l;ltt make ', leases ast, issot' l t-l!I-, saie to aptrasbon at'alt have the rout anfur aner to lelst lanbid and th ral tai oi"e-. tlhreluhint the lunitrd m, aan. e l forelieo it outr isns.s A 11lrr 'l L ml+ 1. t n'hde objeycts and purp,,..; fa r nhi, ho thio corporat ion is olcnt:nizod, and the ratire oi tgae bnl a thI bbe ctrried on by it ari eh.erprsy declared to Ie: to btyl,sgw, ango deal e in, for its own accountl, or ofr the tctent t Sof any ludivridal, rlna or cacrtoratio, rceal f estate, mnlerdl, b tiyner and agricultural v lands, tenements, mortgt es, mortgage nftis., SLnds, shares of stocLk and oither securlties; r to lend money on property, real, personal e or mixed; to make leases as hssor or h see; to act as broker, agent or trustee for d Individuals, irms or corporations; ito guar antee titles to land and other real estate, to recalm, Improve and develop real estate t of all kinds; to lay out and embellish town lots or suburbs; pave streets, banquettes t and alleys; to construct and erect, or to contract for the construction and erection of buildings; and generally, to do and en gage In any other business, undertaking or enterprise connected with, growing out of, germane or incidental to any of the objef"- and purposes heerinabove set forth or con . templated by this charter. f ARTICLE IV. The capital stock of this corporation is hereby fixsed at the sum of five thousand a($,000.00) dollars, divided into fifty a ,e a shares of the per value of one hundred r $10o.000 dollars each, which shall be paid [ for In cash, on such terms and conditions b or may be issued for not less than par for property purchased by, or services actuaill [rendered to said corporattion sevcAll shares aculof ºstock shall be full paid and non-assessable. No transfer of stock shall be hinding upon the corporation unless made upon its books, a and all certiicates of stock shall be signed by such omcers as may be determined by the board of directors. ARTICLE V. All the corporate powers of this company ti shall be vested In, and the management and Scontrol of Its affairs shall be exercised by D a board of directors composed of three I stockholders, which number may be in creased to no more than five at the discre- A tlia of the board of directors, a majority of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of all business. Sald directors, except the first board of directors who shall serve for a period of three years, or until October, 1915, shall be elected every year on the first Monday of October. Each stock bolder shall be entitled in persoa or by T written proxy to one vote on every share of stock owned by him and standing In his b name on the books of the company. All Selections shall be held under such rues and regulations as may be determined by the 4 board of directors, and after at least ten days notice in writing of such election shall have been given to each stockholder at his last known address, or by pubhleatiom is - one of the dally newspapers for at least ten days preceding such election, The direc tors thus elected shall continue in omce for 1 I one year (except the first board of direc tors, which shall serve until the election to be held In October, 1915, as hereinabove stated) or until their successors shall have p been duly elected and qualified. No fail f nre to elect ahall be regarded as a forfel sture of this charter. Any vacancy occur rnlg on said board of directors shall be filled by the remaling directors for the a uneapired term. The aid board of direc . tors shall likewise elect the additional mem bers in asee they should determine to in. crease the number of the board of directors, 8 as ove provided. Bald board of directors a shall, at its first meetinlg after its election, elect from among its number, a preseldent, one or more vlce-presidents, a secretary and sa treasurer. It may combine the two last i mentioned olces, and may even elect a sec retary, who need not be a stockboaoer. Said board of directors shall have the right and I power to appoint and dismiss such clerks, managers and other employees of the cor 1 poratiou, Ineluding the secretary, who is not ta stockholder, as conditions may justity, or the buainesm of the corporation may re- I quire. The tenure of olce of all employees of this coporation shall be during the pleasure of the board of directorm. ARTICLE VI. No stockholder shall ever be held Itable e or responsible for the contracts, faults or I r debts of this corporation, nor sball any mere ltuormality in Its organisatlon have a the effect of rendering this charter null or a r of exposlg a stockholder to any liability y beyond the unpaid balance due on the shares I of stock owned by him. r f ARTICLE VII. r This act of Incorporation may be changed, . modified or altered, or this corporation may be dissolved with the assent of the stock bolders owning a majority of all the stock of the corporation, at a general meeting con vened for that purpose, after at least tean days notice in writing of such meettng shall have been given to each stockholder as pro vided for In Article V of this charter. In cease of the dlssolution of this corporatio! by the expiration of its charter or otherwise, the stockholders shall elect three lIquidat r or from among their nnmber who shall have a full power and authority to liquidate and a settle the busineas and affairs of the saId a company. In case of tie death or lnability of any of maid liquldators, the survivors ot a remanilng liquidators shall appoint a suc I. censor to him. ARTICLE VIII. rf Until the election to be held In 1915, the r following named stockholders shall consU tute the frst board of directors, ris: Joha a T Holmes, Gaspar Pietrl and Frank Simone, with the said John T Holmes as president, y Gaspar Pietri as vice-presMient, and Frank a Simone as treasurer. s This corporation shall become a going i concern as soon as three thousand ($3,000p tI dollars of its capital stock shall have bees I' subscribed for. Thus dose and passed at my offce In the City of New Orlears, on the day, month sad year, heerin first above wrltten, in the Irenence of Theodore A. Beck and Anthony Troyant, both of this city, competent wit 0 nesseiu, who have hereunto silged their F names with the said appearers and me, no a tary, after due reading of the whole. Original Signed: John T. Holmes. 20 shares; 0. Pletrt, 15 shares; Frank Simons, 15 sbares. T. A. Deck, Ant TroyaaL ROBDRT LDGIER, Not. Pub. * I, the undernigned Recorder of Mortgages 1 for othe Parish of Orlesas and State of Lou i-I as do hereby certify that the above and foregoing marter of the New Coemopolitan I Reealty Company was this day duly recorded in my nce In book 1061, folio -. New Orlens. la. Mareh 20, 1912. ) E(SIinsi)WOARD, Dy. 1. sa n, - sar 4 11 18 fBa5 Church Calender. CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAME OF MARY. Thos. J. Larkin, Parish Pr. c'. Sunday (October 1 till June li Masses: 5: 15. 7:00; High Mass, 1(".t, Sermon; S:15. ('hildren's Mass Sun day School; 4:30 p. 1n.. Benedcdtion: of the Blessed Sacraneent. Sunday (June 1 till ctolber i) Masses: 5:15, 7:0i' and 9 ,i , ('hil dren's Mass at S3:;0. lHen diction of the Blessed Sacrament after the last M asc. WeeVkday s Masses. 6:006. , :'3. 7 0. 1Wed'iesday, ('hildren's Mass at S:1 5. BapltiSui October 1 till J inn 1, from 2 to 4 p. mi.; June 1 till Octobter 1. 4 to 6 p. 111 ('olnfessions 'vemry day froim 6 to 7 a. n:. Saturdays and eVe a of Fe acts. from 4 p. ni. till s:30 p. t1n. Sick calls at any hour. day oer night. It is. lhoweve Tr, reetuested tlihat lotl of such calls be given in the fore ;0011. Altar Sýc.ety the first Tuesdlay, in tihe lIP cor y, at 7.30 p. In. C'onfe·r'nce St. Vincent d-. Paul. every Molnday night, in the heRctory, at 7:3u p. In. Holy Angels Sodality, on the first Wednesday. in the ('onvent. at 3:3::. Young Ladies' Sodality on the fourth Monday, in the parlors of the Rectory, at 7:30 p. m. Children of Mary. on the third Sun day. Altar Boys, St. John Berchman's So dality, on the third Tuesday in rec tory at 7 p. m. Apostleship of Prayer--Gentlemen promoters on Friday following the I third Sunday, in Rectory, at 7 p. m. Lady promoters on the fourth Sun day, in Rectory, at 5 p. m. Holy Name Society, every third Sun day in the Church at 7:30 p. m. The Officers and Board of Councillors, on the Friday following the third Sunday in the Presbytery at 7:30 p. m. MOUNT OLIVET CHURCH. Rev. W. S. Slack, Rector, 235 Olivier St. Telephone, Algiers 235. Sundays-Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Morning Prayer or Litany and ad dress, 11 a. m.; Confirmation Class (children), 4 p. m.; Evening Prayer and sermon, 7:30 p. m. Holy Days, Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. unless otherwise announced. Vestry meets first Thursday of each month at the Rectory, 7:30 p. m. Ladies' Guild meets Tuesday after the third Sunday at the Rectory, 7:30 p. inm. Senior Chapter Brotherhood of St Andrew, second and fourth Tuesdays at the Rectory, 8:00 p. m. Choir Guild first Tuesday after'prac tice. Girls' Friendly Society, second Thursday at 7:00 p. m., homes of mem bers. Missionary Society, second Friday, 4 p. m. Teachers' Meeting, Saturday 7 p. m. TRINITY EV.-LUTHERAN CHURCH. Cor. Olivier and Eliza Streets. Rev. A. J. 8chilesser, Pastor. Residence: 438 OHlivier Street. Germ'an-Every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. English-Everey Sunday at 8 a. m. Sunday School-9:16 a. m. Weekday Services-Conducted in the English language, every Thursday night 7:30. from October to June. Communion services are previously announced. Church festivals observed by speclal services. A parochial day school, conducted by a special teacher, in connection with the church. Meetings-Congregatlonal meeting, every second Monday, 7:30 p. m.; Ger iman Franenverein, every first Wed nesday, 3 p. m.; Helping Hand Circle, every Bfirst Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.; Young People's Society, every second Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday Siervice. Rev. J. W. Booth, 204 Delaronde St. Morning service, 11 a. m.; eve aing service, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Junior .Epworth League, 4:00 p. m; Seanior Epworth League, 7:00 p. m. Junior Epworth LAmgue Socdial uand Buslness meeting at the church on the second Friday, 7:30 p. m. Senior Epworth League Literary, Soci and Business meeting at the church on the fourth Prlday, 7:80 p. m. Woman's Home Mission 8oolety at the church on the first Tuesday of Seach month and on third Tuesday of Seach month at the homes of its mem r bers at 7:30 p. m. Choir practice every Saturday at the church at 7:80 p. m. PRESSYTERIAN CHURCH. u Snday school Is held every BSnday i evenin at 3 o'clock and preaching ev ery seeond Sunday at Pythian Hall by the Rev. J. C. Barr and Rev. J. P. Dil loa.