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Sprada's Cafe B EER, LIQUORS and Jut at Ferry Landing DELICATESSEN Our Customers soon find that our Laundry work has reached a degree of perfection that few over attain. Launder Collars. Cuffs and 8hlrts ts a I way that insures your srtdn I tLon and doUllt. American Laundry, NJ B.J.NORTH, ..Agen. CHiARTER OF UNION LAND COMPANY. t titel States of America, State of LIouts na, )'arish ofr Orleans, City of Nee O rleans. Be it known, that on this 2id day of th mnnth of Augusnt, in the year of our Lori ,ne thousand nine hundred and thlrteeo end of the Independence of the United atate of Amricla the one hundred and thirty-elight ,fore me, Scott E. Beer, a notary publi, n and for the parish of Orleans, state 0 w.zisiana, aforesaid, therein residing, duh: *,,tnlssloned. sworn and qualified, and ii the presence of the witnesses hereinafte named and undersigned personally cam nd appeared: the several persons whom names are hereunto submcribed, who sere, Rlly declared that availin theml.lves o the laws of the state of Ltuislana in uel ases made and provrlded, they have cove anted and agreed and do hby these p2esent novenant anh d nne nrd bind themselves, e well as all such persons as may hereafte .ncome associated nwith them, to form t . morporaton a or the objects and purpo-e snd under the articles and stipulations fos lowing, to-wit : Article I.-The neame of this coreoratlo shall be "Union Land aompany," and undi Its corporate name it shall have power aft athority to have and enjoy corporate ec I-teuce and ucceslon for the fuall term aw period of ninety-nine yers from and 8ttei the date hereof; to contract, seo and ie ued, to makLe and use a orgrate sealmi an the same to alter and bLreak at pesanre ; t hold, receive, la puroiase antd y onve, ao e well as mortgage and hy thecae, propert real, personal and mxd, corpo and I, ,-orporeal ; to name and apoint iUCh man tiger, agents, directors and omeers as it, lslneas, interest and convenience may re quire, and to make and etablish, as well at ltera and menda from time too ime, such or laws, ruler and regulations for the propel lovernment og the aaln of said eorpora Lion as may be necessary and proper. Article II.-The domicile of tid corpor atlon shabll be in the city of New Orlean Mate of Louisiana, and all citatlons or othei legal prcae nall be servhd upon the prwen a-nt of said corporatan, or t the event o1 his abdene, upon the vlce-presldentthere of, and oIn the nie eof both ofr said oat ters. upon the seoeeft of said corporatnon Article to make a bctand u orporat osea an to acquire, own a d operate plantatlons ur hotlr real estate, cotton Ins and cotton seer ,ii mills, situated r a the stan e of loetso r: rnd generally to aercsa all othet powen Incident and pertcnnt to the powers merein :above set forth. Article IV.--Tmke apitld stoa k os this eor portlon is h aend, ed at the m of tnhbe thousand dollars -13000.00) divlied intc and represented by thirty (io ) sheare ol stock of the sum or one unard dolron 100.00) eaceh. Said rstock shall be m.id for is cash at such time, In uch aonts and after such notice to the sbsrier a may be fixed by the board of directors, or the sae ay be I ssued ct not less than sat for labor done, or money or property acth. l v received by the ordporatlon. .atd oorpostaon sbrall become i going e n . cern andbe authorlned to do business at fon as the aentire amount of Its saitai ek shall have een aseusrlbed and patid Article V.-AIl the corporate powers o thls corrprtloato shall be verted in and t-o erctsed by r board of directors to be onsa Smllsed os three tedraolders, to be electsed nnnnglly on the eeoex eordis In October, io each year except the fost brd appoint. an :n this carterd who shal bold thear of stock' until the semond oned in Octobers All s.ch lccthon Saill ck heldl be allo an a conducted at the se u bs rib er a' mlwloany be be y htted the barrd o r dlrevto e tadc8 ainsal eoeagigcn cenadb uhrze od uiesa -ona h nieamuto t aia ac hl aebe perbdadpi fo n ah Aril .AItecoprt oes0 Noti.e of such election shall Ito given y the s.cretary of the company lby publ,lcation for not less than ten days prior thereto in a newspaper published in the city of New Orleans. At all such elections and at all corporate meetingso every tookholder shall be entitled to one vote for each share of stock stand ing in his name on the books of the comrn pany, to be cast in pei son or by his written proxy, and a majority of the votes cast shal elect. Any vacancy occirring among the direc tors by death. resignatln or otherwise. shall Iw filled by election far the remainder of the term ly the remaining directors. A failure to elect directors on the date above specified shall not dissolve the corpor ation, nor Impair its corporate management but the directors then In omce shall remain in office until their successors are elected and qualified. Two directors shall constitute a quorum for the transactiont of any business. The board of directors shall elect fron their own numler a president and vice-pres Ident. They shall also elect a secretary who mar or may not Ie a member of the board. 'hey may. from time to time. name and appoint all such other officers anti agents as may be deemed necessary for the pur pose and business of the corporation. They shall have power to fix and define the din ties of every officer and employe, and all of fleers and employes shall hold office and em ployment at the pleasure of the board. The board may make and establish, as well as alter and amend, any and all by-laws, rules and regulations necessary and proper In its Judgment for the conduct, support and man agement of the business and affairs of sald corporation. The board shall have full power and au thority to borrow money, to execute mort gages and to create liens: to issue bonds notes, and other obligations. and generally to do all things reasonable, convenient and necessary for the proper carrying on of the business of the corporation. It is author ized to acknowledge the rights of those with whom it will transact business. It is an thorised to acknowledge all privileges:; en dors privileges and others. The board may issue full-paid shares of stock for cash, or in payment of labor done or property actually received by said cor poration. Each director shall have authority to ap point in writing a proxy to represent bl at all meetings of the board. Article VI.-Whenever this corporation may be dissolved, either by limitation or from any other cause, its affairs shall be liquidated by three commissioners, to be appointed from amongst the stockholders at a general meeting of the stockholders con rened for such purpose, of which meeting notice shall be given in the manner and time provided for stockholders' meetings by Artl cle VII of this charter, and a majority in amount of the capital stock of said com pany represented at such meeting shall be requisite to elect. laid commissioners shall remain in office until the affairs of said cor poration shall have been fully liquidated. In case of death of one or more of said com missioners the vacancy shall he filled by election by the surviving commissioners. Article VII.-This act of lacorporatlon may be modified, changed or altered, or said corporation may be dissolved with the assent of three-fourths of the capital stock repre sented at a general meeting of the stock holders convened for such purpose, and after notice shall have been given in one or more newspapers published in the city of New Orleans, once a week for four weeks pre ceding the meeting and by a written notice to each stockholder mailed to him thirty days prior to the date of meeting, at the post omce address designated by him In writing. Any change proposed or made in refer ence to the capital stock shall be made in accordance with the laws of the state of Louisiana on the subject of altering the capital stock of corporations. Article VIII.-No stockholder shall ever be held liable for the contracts, debts or faults of said corporation In any further sum than the unpaid balance due the cor poration on the shares of stock owned by him, nor shall any mere informality in or ganisation have the effect of rendering this charter null, or of exposing a stockholder to any liability beyond the unpaid amount remaining due on hls stock. Article IX.--Chas. H. Gans, Silas I. Hy man and 8. L Hiller have been chosen and selected as the first board of directors of this corporation, with Chas. . . ans as president, Silas I. Hyman as vice-president, and 8. L Hiller as secretary, to serve as such until the second Monday in October, 1914, or nntil their successors shall have been elected and qualified. The subscribers hereto have respectively written opposite their names the amount of stock in this corporation subscribed for by each of them. so that this act of Incorpora tion may tiso serve as the original subscrip tion list of said corpohation. Thua done and passed at my ofce In the city of New Orleans, In the presence of Messrs. E . Robbert and C. W. MeDonnell, competent witnesses, of lawful age, both of this city, who hereunto sign their names with the said appearers and me, notary, on the day and date aforesaid, after due reading of the whole. Blgned: Silas I. Hyman, 10 shares ; Chas. H. Gans, 10 ashare ; 8. L Hiller, 10 shares Witnesses : E. M. Bobbert, C. W. McDoan nell. SCOTT 3. BE3R, Not. Paub I, the undersigned recorder of mortgages nla and for the parish of Orleans, state of Louasiana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoingla act of incorporation of "Uniaon and Company" was this day duly recorded in my office, in book 1088, folio -. New Orleans. La.,Argast 4, 1918. EMILr J. LTEONARD, D. R. State of Louisiana, Parish of Orlesas. . the udtagned authority, certity that the above and foreolin is a true and cor rect copy of the orlgal-act of lcrpoatle at recrd a my current notual reeesd with the e of the userlbrs thert, sad the artietate of the recasder of mert gages thmeas In faith whereof I hereunto sign my name and amx my seal this 4th day of August, 1913. SCOTT E. BEER, Not. Pub. aug 14 21 28 sept 4 11 18 CIHARTER OF TIIE AXLELESS WIIEEL MNFG. CO., LTI). UNITED) STATES tiF AMERICA, STATE OF IA)H'ISiANA, PARISH OF OR I.EANN, ('ITY lOF' NEW OltI.IANS. le it knowvn, that on thisn litst day of the month of Aiintst in the year of our ILord ,one thlllsand nline hundireid and thirteen, and of tile independlence ofi the I'nitel States of .America the one hullnlidried and thirty eilhthl ; tefoirie lin. tIi-tave A. Liaimiihlas, a notary piolic. dhly Iommissll, einl, sworn and qliall tid in and for the pllarl.h of iirlans, and1 In the preisence of Ithe w , I t i n ltii'ri'ilaftr itllll :la I lland u inrderm I 'ild, pl rsonlol ally caull and ti lietrei'nto sobsribed, a!l of them of fil ir 1of mlaori. t. whit d '!i ,id thalit, av:lii in'. htii- ,ee . lv oif Ih,. proi lllns oif ti . he l aws of tils stite litive to tilihe irait .ttion of LIlr liii :l Itil, IhII y hltai v enai t l 3n ianal :''r,.. iand !i.nd thfirm,lv's, as well is si,'lh ..t r l , rlin las nmiy hIlereafter PIcome a1 Int',d t rih tit l , tiio lflm'f antdr eontli tlln " a ,c p i ati ,ni amnd L-"dy v ,lith• In lawi. for the ,.ijcts antl prpona t al tinder the Slau ,, stipiml:ihiins no articles hereinafter .set forth :ind exlri.si, whih i they ihereby. eIepiit iad adiloplt as their act of Iniorpora i ,im . ton it : A.ITi'1.1: I mThe into and title oif this .otrratioin ishall !,e "TIhl' AXI.:h'ESS l'II 1:: 1.1\1I' Ti.A R I'TI'I !N l Il l I'ANY. l.l\ll'T' I,'" anm, It tshall 0,!%-t a a nd ,ntinue fir a 'ite n if nine - nlli ye-llt il ars from theI lateo hirt of It shall have Its doinilih ie int the 'ity 1of New i" orlans. 'The presdlent of th is . ~r,, .,ra tio n , o r in h li a b ,en ,,e tIh e v i' "e presid, nt, hlllil !N" the, pr .r per ion upon whoitit iations andi other ,legal process sh:Il AlItTi"lI" II. The ohje'tsi and purpn.'s for awhtih this corporati l t is ornanizeCd and the nature 'if the tl.tiines to I' cairried on ly It air herIhv ditchla rd to I-'*" to manufac tir' andi se'l whlltls if ainy and all l n'erip tiinn whatsoeiver, tand to that ,ind appoint i*ents and sailesmen: to plirchasti , sell or le.Ise r.:l state and to iur'has., ell or lias,' ma'hinery for the ipurposelis iof mann facturilii s.iil wheels: o pirchas.e., .ell or l'a-'. on royalty or oltherwise, t a!1 patents or pl'tent rihts., and palirth 'aI r!y all patents lId In anid ins"liil to the mantufaitti'r of all lwhieeol a: nd znerti !lv to do tiny and all thin dineld adv:i atl e by the liha lord of di irectors inl cnnel i n siwith the business and for the inter,.t and anivantane of the corpo rat 11on. AI'tTICLE: tII.--'Ths corporation shall have tlhe pol.l-r and anith rity, under its irlipirate nitm .l ti contract. sIo and Ie stied, toi lamke iand use a corporate seoal anti the iiie to brelk nnd alter at pleastre; to reelive,. aer.pt. purchas"+, lease, hbyothecate. Ltinrtae, phlee' conver anti exch ange, ior otherwise acql ntre or dispose of. property, Iboth real aniud personal: to borrow money and loan same, to ilve security and rcelve samle therefor, to isste hods and notes, to nlame and appint such officers, agents, m'l'rks and maniagers as ne.ussary, to make and estatilshi suchlh byilaw. andi reziulations. as may le dontmed pr'ler ant the same to ttiend anil alter at pleasure. A.iTI'I.E I. --The capit:al stnk of this coriporation Is hliere!,v tle at twio hitndred and tift} thousand di oltlarns I i t iii. io . i, i. a 'lell Into ten tihous, and shares it iti.ilmlI of the par v:ltie f twenty tie v dollars ite2.ui. pr share. Salild stock shall i- payable in aesh or Its etuivalent, antd shall lie paid at Slltei tInme and In siih Installments as the tbtard of directors may determnine. The cor ioration shall be a going concern as soon as five thou and dollars i $.s,i00 .001 slio l have leeui siubscribied. All transfers of stock of this corporation shall [It made on the ioks of tihe corpora tion at Its domicile in the city of New Or leans. Ait'TlI -LE V.--All the corporate powers of this co-pa"ratlon shall be vested in a board of directors consisting of live members, three of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of any business, and their acts shall ib valid and corporate acts. The first board of directors and of directors and officers shall remain In office for the term of two years. After the expiration of said term all future boards shall be elected annually on the first Monday of August of each year; and they shall continue in once for one year, hr until their successors are duly elected and qualified. The election of directors shall be held at the home of the corporation, under the su pervision of two commissioners appointed iby the board of directors. Twenty days no tice of such election shall be given to each stockholder, by the secretary, by letter ad dressed to and mailed to such stockholders at their usual post office address. All elec tiuns shall ib' by ballot; a majority of the votes cast shall elect. One vote shall be allowed for each share re represented by the holder in person or by proxy. Any vacancy occurring in said board of directors from any cause shall be filled by the remaining directors for the unexpired term. lFaiilre to hold election shahl not dissolve the corporation. Each board of di rectors shall have the power to fix the com lensation of all omcers and managers and clerks and agents, and shall have the power to suspend or discharge, any officer, manager, clerk or agent, for neglect of duty or mis conduct. Any director may, in writing, appoint and at his pleasure revoke, a proxy to act for and represent him Is his aisence at the meetings of the board of directors, and such proxies shall exercise all the powers and privileges of their constituents; provided that oldthe persons so appointed must be stock of the first d board, shall at their first meet ing in each year, elect out of their number a president and manager, a vice-president and a secretary and treasurer. iThe following named persons are to om pose the first board of directors, and they shall hold office until the first Monday in. Aug s, 915, or until their successors are dulay elected caned qu, alified: Charlene W. Nich ols, Ilenry 1'. Meyers, Victor E. Ib. Robin V'aul F. chanute and Dr. Charles V. Kraft; with Charles Nios providas president and manager; lien ry 1. Meyers, vice-president and ,ictr Io. . Robin, secretary and trea huraher, ll tin to act dulog the sl AILTItLE VI.--Wheever this corormration is dissolved, either by limitatie onr fro any other cause, Its afairu shall be liquidat ed-by three 3) commissioners to be appoit d for that purpose from among the stoclk holders of said corporation, at a gineral ameeting held for that purpnoe, after thirt (30) days' prior notice given in the sam. manners as above provided for the electio ority In amount .of stock. The said com rmissoners shall remain in elarge dof the a fasrs of the said corporstion until fully imqui odated A ny vacancy among said llqudato . shalt be filled by the remaining liquidator Iho shall continue to act during the san, vacancy.d roan ll bod ARTICLE Vhi.--This act of incorporation ,ay bte changed, altered or amended, or ta e ourths and ) in amountr of the rstoekhoide. -t a general meeting convened for that pur said meeting shall have been given to all the tockholders, as haove provided for.an, ever be held liable or responsible for the ontracts or faults of this corporatio n any durther sum th he unpaid balansce de on the shares of stock subceribed by him or wned by him; nor shall any irformality the organixation have the effect of render !)one and passed In my oce, at New New Orleany, month and year first abov w ritten., in presence of Messrs. Delvaille H. theard and Frederick L.,eland, competent witessnes, who have signed with the aPlpar .era and me notary, after due reading. (Original signed) : CW.W Nihola, H. P. Aeyers, Dr. Charles .y Kisft p. F. Chanute Victor E. H. Robin. Deivaille H. Theard, (B t-s. A. Lm.asmst, Not. Pub. I, the undersigned, recorder of mortgages. in and for the parish of Orleans, state o ouisiana, do hereby certify that thte abo and foregoing act of incorporation of the xlelewnes Wheel Manufacturing Comadnyr a pmilted, was this dcay duly recorde ad alin m N dew Ortea August of, 1913.Oesa a and stted) stor as . ad L ath preLen Do A true copy:er3 wno o anr hrae R subsenl ted w ecGues. A. LLaIvalls, h(reSbea tall No.e t Pubnd.i ar. ol taul 14 21 28 sep 4 11 19c 3 State of Louisiana, Parish of Orleans, Cith Ko fnow all men by these prtsents, that oa tphis 31st day of the month of July, in the ear onle I.-thousand niname ahund style oand this ree, before m be, Mark Mayo Boarpet er n ary publea, and it aommalloned and qualorprae i;n adl for the tery of New Orleans, pari t d state aforemd, and in the presenceof d the witnesses hereinafter named and under igned peito ma ly d ame and appeared th se ertri persotes whose namesae ar te corporate seal and to alter same: to hold. receive, purchase, lease and otherwise ac quire, by any title whatsoever, property of all sorts; to lease, sell. mortgage, pledge or otherwise convey and eneumlwr the same; to borrow money, to name and appoint lsuch managers and directors and other I llert antd such aigients and eplllltlyt-es as its i:er! ests or conveniencte may rl- tirt' frtc om tilrtt -.. lrti.' to make. establish aInd a nI,'id -" .: by la, rule' aInd reulations for i the man I-i- t-1) -ii I I-i.-- fII AII+ i-:. it-l¢ I it. 1):t a ientent of the afftti rs of i he trp rai:It ias lA- y be necessary of :tvint. t e.d- .tni ian.l flrther lil ht . t id p:tl :lt . ", s ul : t iv : ay tent w , "llt . ,i:llL , .nll " ,ti, r i'.Ia t trrit or .v or co li :'y i s l : it it nay do 1 :nil .t l IIt "l ',I i ttiltIhe ,,i \t,'.vI in,,l 'i i il.lt tf t o :u-h e!i l."' tt.. n .I o tir n - n, t'I', tlhi fi h ll li ifetii t. f t-t it. tins v;i I',i -t It i r i i i iis I t .!" d ,-i_ , t I t i; " i t i, t T ti r ,, itt r t h m t tll +iii- atiitti d '.tr .": i " |nil ;.. -- ".u- i \ lie, r 111.t Irt.'- if anId ," al il <.. i i.- , n'-u , i Aiit- vavitit-y l tti ien I ur u iet ,i! lath t". !,t :lii th I, l, i.'i TI', I .|t , u' ii lo - ir l tit ' ofnt l n f, t 'tt- e itet l .l ri,d tnik . In of-' ,I.t. t u' I. , cll ,-tir Stit, irti sli , li "r ltl.r at i 4a . sth, i r;llt nl ;tl.it r t i iT'l the i n:nt ; i f sllt .l i, ,ui'. htll's ei an cl otf l ,r ;It l :rSlll, thiui I.r:i I , Th , pan d I -e k f th. i ,tti. iof a oh pTh lttia-i Shall lith e p r en"t. Sti !lls ih i.:mll.si d,,:ber- 1# "2.tnow, n| I ,iv lded ints Ii ,l hul.r. ite llrtan fifty I-, s an h. ,' h onif ni h'Itil tr.l rdolltar; .i lu- ls- ,".,h: Inthe s a,.l shalle b r," d sa l fr in r ih on the :.u pl It r . ;t . r. I.. ,ca hl at u. ,, tr : ii rh1 : l .l h| ,.1:". tf o'irf t:er b ar hereinift-t": . ,ia',iht a l t ai% fro'tl -l le tIo lthre prelscri . or ,ll. l t Ihn ItnSid ,yl authority If the ,i a I tl iraw l o ,fl lhiri ns r it. pal r lnt for pr,,;rlt. or ft orI ii',r 0: S ,ervi ' , te ially pr;'ti rn o, lI ftr it S "'hi cor poration f sht ill !. q in ti si l ln andtl oe. U l anI g,'lt ant-l ern :l o r on ai)-i tih-, tihed. nd dollar; ti:| ,no wn, of its 5, pital sto ik shall hiavet !l HI e esh riibd. That v.; "tl l ,,- f Il, :mlIt z d l p'.az l l . st,.'k of thi cmt-pa rati-outl hi shaii ll tme : e'l cr'ie, l f o t by theor , .ll in,, t i 'at ,rt i thall of t all h b eh n thei treasl:' fot r oth . ror at ion lnl l t!e" I's,;i. the", ,f .hal.l aIli rized br y t!h bo ard ,ea l f dirI.'itirs ans Iu lat eret, tnexabi tine asr o+,h oderssh;! have Ite ridht t,. o fsuhbs :i"c nt ak. 's uch , stork in pr:,.portton tn whiJ'h thewy .,t T*hit tile hl tRn isno et k f th , ;olnis o.f te cor i oln. prI'o avhnti. hor ver, tha t the bs nt of ,lirec ort"*f I 1,V r-o.-re out of ;lsaid uti-! le :It rl tif , t,..k not more than two sh,,tl;and e,, lar ($1$2.1)11-41 i It pair v.tl .1 , to I, .n'. ,rtih,-d for "v Thomas Id Sadler and ti o tc pall tlhr y Ithe s ll Thoms,, I. Saeler on snth toerms and ctantimons as tgiv sin bunti may pres-ribe. Article Vof Al the i . ,iers of thii s .torp nt tiont sllc I.m tested in and sxerl ,dt aiyd a , r:ad of directors,-L cnmp,,.,t of three tok hoetl.r . who shall hold tih ir mtl th.r the t'ra of one sea r or until their slc.sors are . The election of dirttore shallr toke phinela ain olly on the senal Mo ,l.tdny of aonIldry. Such e!etin t; and o ll oilwr ee ti, under this chartedr thatil e b. burliot Tole same shall be held at th" ledtt il .nf by thb'e iarl of directors. Notate of au n heletions hall le e ent to each ie.den , wh A..r te lthe booka on be a st orkhd.1rat, sall . at his last knoh'rn ady lm'..n the samie to bie, poite ah:Irthres prelpi at eatst ten hase 1cfore tr he a onghe thn nd no ter orat frther notihaotion threfr need iven as pr If the addr."w, of any ;t s khit-li r b., n,,t kitoin , it h.hall te su|lrient to d,,p.,,it th,' n,,tice in the post oflie.. addsr,;s" neral I llikery New Orleans. La" i. AIny vacancy occ n'ri atone the doI rectore or dilers shall !Ib tilled uri boy t Ib r of direlteor for the reeminr .eof the thrn then ruhnning. e illure tI. elee direr t,"rs on tile day above app.,intel .h.ill not di-olve thie ioard of dire trs npor o the car poration, but the dtrector, and other ot) rel theretofore elected shiml remain in of tier until thnir successors hall I eleatetd. 4. The first tard of diirectors shall o .e y-on poted of Clarence em. Sherrill, Thomae II. raller and Stella Ip. Sadler, of whom Thomas I). Sadler shall b president. Sterlla II. Sadler. vice-presdent and Thomas Ig SAuir. s.ecretary-theresr, and the shall hobl office until the annual meeting of 1914 or until their saveekors shall be elected. The board shall elect one of their number to he general manager of the corporation. Thte teryt of said ofteeds shall re the same as that of the board helating thea and their powers and duties shall Ie uch as t areap propriate to their several oesm, eor such as may e prescried by inthe iy-laws or res o lutions of the board. Provihed, that at any Meeting of the stockhob..r,, the stockhoht ,.r,,s toy a vote of at least :, mlaj,)rity of all the outstanding stck may recall sadh of xird and offters anid replace them by others then elwcted. . .. The said board shall have plenary Iner theo make and from time to time amend by-laws, rules and regl ato ns for the con duct of the affairs of the corporation and generally to have all such powers as may t, reasonably necessary or convenient f1or the transacton of the business of the cor poration and for effecting the bjects and purpises of the same. Article VI.-A stockholder or stockhold ers ownoing at least ten shares of stock shall have the rcoight to call a special meeting of stockholders at any time on giving nothr thereof as provided In Article V. but no business shall be transacted at such meeting except such as may be Indicated in said no tice. Article VII.-This charter may be amend ed or the said corporation dissolved, at any time, wtth the assedt of three-fourths of the captlal stock thereof, represented at a general meeting of the stockholders, cone vened after noilei thereof, given as pre scribed i Article V and stating the purpoe of Na Ad meeting. a The capital stock of this orporathoe maoy be increased or decreased in accordance with thue laws of the state now in effect o which may heerafter w enact k. Article VI .--Whenever this corporain shall be dissolved either by Ilmitation or oth= erwise. Its affairs shall be liquidated and wound up by three commilssioers who shal tI elected from among the stockholders at pose, notice of which shall be gtven as pro them shall be filled up by the survivors or be held liable or responsible for the debts and faults of this corporation ln any fur ther sum than the unpaid balance, If' any. due by him to the corporation on the shares of the stock owned by hlm, nor shall any more Informality in organisation have the. posing any stockbolder to any liablity be ond the unpaid balance remalnlog due on Artlcle X.--The sald appearers hereby de elare that in order to ormanize this torpor atlon and to serve and stand as the original subscription liit thereof, they do each of bn o e b d tr pe arrs dha Srtph The World's Gypsies. The gypsies I:lhte ip:lsa'l si ider a va. rlety of nanilss. ari.ring tither from their s.plpoted oricillal coulntry or tht alllling :' dl , h;t r:iwter I'll-, of ilt l','t. 'The hold I:t .li-h le:_ pti.T u. tlie .Ipini-ll (i' tl liratl 1 h itI' t t ittlt :i tll ii t It :I' l TA t.le iidi-"on < theni pith :the 1itail l It'ill'k i h r4-Ilt"i '. hi,4h I r Vt'! r iit, ,l' i. iii gtl'It s tdt t' hit l, i t. i-i't'jli t'h Iii, l arily sli o It s 1t .l ,ll IIJtlher, t' illltrl :;s t their $rtudle. .\,i t' i lh iii', I . -i\t'r t , " i lthe' ir liltlp .-etl , .tif tt':iltt, I de' .h iot I , ho , tle n l th ln t h:1 i i trtw ire. l i .rI lli ti hll gºnet bytm thei l t rn or h latheti . : t1i1 the I'lllrlll i t L t his l i .l' i I;tI h. thleir crtlor'esi ii . ub4 t hienito utlii i tl lrrrii, tid' sf:lrtiht'. .1l h rt-'it r oI '' i l.iti- li h* Lihtn. I:s eirl'y ti t e Itit eltl cltl ut'iy. Ilit, l I I, ll I Ih e r t -," t i tl 1: l lt, (t Illllle'f"er,. w hih it t, -li Illn li 1\ ill tl . t,- t., ['o - it worruption of titl.er. :Ilint lhat sl del lthe i t lell hyio of "t" Io ' " i s r, dutrce Ihit frin if ther It:i'i:lin zin-:Iri, one of lilt. m.li-it wýid. ,pritld of gyp y ttileºr rcll: tll ot - l.hl, ot ltator It i.s ltot i i' tcl e ' lb e o: th i, Iiu it-s htarte ahti.r l, :it al lfteiri frivolle u s :is We Ihtt e .ill\ai I' ien (IlI. that it cilliot esy Ithtll t h' lltu Iii- t ' ll , ailt bil "au Te of Atr iat th:ti its o. l is tle i AtrilI lstrl. ,:tl i: t tiIr rt. tIs s e Ir,I kiowin sttIent itof ht ital s ientell Therestre t ptt o Ilit e I io ti I nthelll di . e\ lit-ly a liof , ii h mani e il y, on the tllith eotd-He liealy. It ery if 2the r:pos of Imeat oitl wif\ i oti atiii l l llitii nsr of lonl sailt ore tl h:l it the ther then the ltn i I \puller of nIioti lhelit i is f feteld o T Ilr t 1 I lrol er nit sul:ir It.enin ot le slt. he thou orn the ther. -I it ht i t m lh i, rtl ced tlo iitn el, t,\ tIrd the source l t li. Iit- If, hotvvtrl', Oilne of the eyes . r e t e0"al the acherlti +sy netery 1 , dtie- ra} ., :tro il-tt:t d of tilu hnr;, elilt. ilti tmlesi it aIiV.s .bout ih at cirte Therae at her ili inals and i cutsl In -ddIetin moth which otre a top iit the an alt uof luigit. If i util I. l efl, lt't be It l :a tlhile ill :ii ll t :1 uaritk wall the tin equal lih a t ins fore. it to i ra tl inll circle.- hiag Tribintle. The Symbohc Key. Art. Islli ' o rikl poetrly Istlve in e all ages Itbeet hul,ltld t et tih llite arts. bt a hilst 1.a rt without the proper iortrayal litme lils of the age that it seeks to resriento se' rhl is ltisle that dones Anot r Unig Iapirotioer froi lthe tinsters of the pat s ha weure clothed in theil poter ito give iIs glilmpses of nititi hd inal.s of whom Ysie only liutiu . i pllression be gained by the form our initginatioti ogive to thet. Alid our imagintiions clothe the a ro l.sn ielr whihh their reantori set them ouit tl their errands of giving the world higher tiden . Then what is litetr baut tihougl the ltId in words? No matter from what side viewetd, the figure of .speech of cloth lug Is the symvnlle key that gives el rance to the.se higher relnims. aind therefore why should not clotles thein selves touch the nle of the garments of the arts, with which they are so closIely in touch?-Amlierican Tailor and Cutter. The Australian Appetite. An Austrlin stpapller giives some sar prising statistics of what the average Australian eaont. Apparetly be has the best iapstite, if not the best diges tion, ofr aly human being on the plan et. He eats every year w20 pounds of meat. whiehh works out at aol averaige of two sheep a:nd one-fifth of a bul lock for every man. woman and baby oin Austrblasil. tie eats more than twice as much meat as the average Engitsnhman three times as much as the average Frevrhman aond four times "a mueb as t, hat wbae German ori S+wsls He eats, in addition, about three and three quarlters hundred eight or wheat. wo and a haf hun dredweight of hn-tathe and almost one lundrlaweight ou r sugar. If he is b Tan by e ets a quarter ofs are too of potatoes tn a year. Titles. "That is a remarkably distinguished wife ia preident of several societies. My eldest son is a captain in the Sal vation Army and his brother is an of Oeer Ia the boy scouts." "And is there no special distinction "Yes. I'm the only person to the busband's a wonderful man. He ca. that it kapes beautiful time now?" Leade 8phere Five Queens. O " o , A Byproduct. *,ýý', t l F , , I .1 *u't .`,", .l\.1 I \lly 41,"i.;1 : 'I .11,"x" n ",,, ! u .. ý , ' , " r:l' r. [ I. t1( l ; ,, Information. MartIha- Int' my tin,'e. lie's in g li In ., at". b.~. : Irs .lf.u* s \hat kind of jiinii'. honrey .' Martha - Wily. ,h 'il'inin'. Warsiinr ton St:rr Inconsiderate. r t , Speaker--His wife has applied for oIllOre alionllly. Plugge--Well. of oll the nerve'. Doesn't she know thle lire of tires? New York Snu. A Dissatisfied Person. ":tmore old flowers Iherebrmnts. I rae." 'Whats' thie naitter? Ih yu think nature ought tko get out sclre 1!i13 modelk?"--St. Lois Post-IrIlprtch. Missed Something. Wife tat Ilreukfastt - didn't hear you last night when you came in. Hubby--No. 1 thought t rt t I'd gotten Into the wrong house.--Chlcago made of your tonurrihd Itfe.'" "'TFS a bit of eleriurentarry wlidom. my son," be repli'ed "'When my wife is in the wrong I agree with her, and all Is well When shle is In the right I argue agalust her. She emerge. tri umphantly, proves me foolish, feels good all dray--and again all Is well. Learn this my son. ere you marry." Clevreland ineder. BUSINESS AND POLITICS. 11 'I 11 SONG OF THE FAIRIES. *. I I 11 : t I', 1 1 1. I'i t I 11 b'' f1 ! I ' I ' . . ", \, .. - r I l . r" . ! ,-it "'t th -n I 11: ,lt t' ,llt o 0 i t til , ; 'iil t" ' !\; ' Itit 'hit, Inter ,*I1 ,,l tr~lhrrtl' tllt I \\·:+ht o\*'t I, i o, r i|P in th , I l e nf it tIt . p"r ",I, II .re,.tor', i' nl :lthitize \\ ith lt. in tI inl' "'f riihIt*e lusnes s wi' 'if,' :; :1 pi.'l"-li l goo4id. 1 'ltl .; I ITh\ni.g THOUGHTS ON EATING. The Irlu e .;itials of a feast are only Io1ni al1d feed.-Oliver Wendell Holenes. Betler is a dia i 'r of hierb vheret Ihllve Is tlhn a stIlhed ox Sad rl ltred therewith.-Proverbs Iv, 17 lhe was a bold Hman who first ate an oyster. -Swift. Ite:s n shouhl direct and ap petile olwy.-Cheero Dtos not the aplpette alter? A man loves tle mrent in his youth that he .n4 not endure In his age. -S hakespleare. 'No m4: 4nl CZn itoe m wise on ns emtiity stoacllh.--George Eliot. WORLD'S PEACE. We hear much of peace today, but let me tell you the peace of the world Is maintained by the great goveralnments of the world It Is not the govern ments, ibut the Ieoples, tromin -lolU the daanger of war comes todlay and will always come so tong as they fall to exercise proper self restr:aint and the .iourtesy that the lpeae of the wori deniniisi. We in Amer hla must learn that we cannot cOltthtile a policy of peace with insult. We hmust learn civility. We must learn that when an Amorlcan sovereign speaks of the tftirs of 4 foreign nation he must observe th.1se rules of cour tesy by which alone the peace of the world can be mlaitained. -Senator Ellihu Itoot. LULLABY. Sweet and low. sweet and low. Wind of the western sea. Low, low, breathe and blow. Win!d of the western sea. Over the rolling waters go; Conae frtm the dying moon and blolw, Illow h114 again to me. While my little one, while my pretty onle sleeps. Sleel) nid rest, sleep and rest F-ather will c(a4 to thee soon Rest. rest on m4otherr5 bre.at. Father will (COl4e to thee soon. Father will cone to luhs babe In the nest. ,Silver sails all ,it of the west Under the ioi ery mo441n Sleep. mi little tone, sleep, my prett. one. slep. -Tennyson. Musical Note. Mother-Inut. Ir.r Miller. how do you "ome to kiss my daughter during the piano lessen. Music Teacher-Well, you see. It says here andante con amore.- Fliegende Blatter. Japan's Earthquakes. Nearly 1,400 earthlquakes are record ed annually In the whtle of the Japa nese empire, and in Tokyo alone there are on an average hfty earthquakes that can be felt during the year, or about one a Week. - • ,",