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ip PANY, l.S ca, State - '-::'a City of No' o this cicht ilu l in t!er ..I . .. .. Dals Iindred of the I 1 undred andst : t!' ss Simon, a qand ual;::r' . 1 r r sll. State in the ptC I"' Swhos le o .... -..1., . . e)w Orlea. I, . "'e' ai 'ge of nla! k agreed d , ! o iorm p l :lty:dcr for t',t ,.n· d set out. ae of this f C' in New i SS Citatl . ., d on the pt"o' , • r.u,,n I r upon t.t ' tttry - objects and t this MeMcquire the <' " -- slaltl the samr ' .. . . . - t e in trad .. . *t all thin , ,r o necessa' c'. o! funt "" 'h - ta tion, arid r: ,rage,. such stea:' ': capital stock ,- t} . rp r enty-five th -na: dollars ijto seven h: I a'! fifty 4 8 hundred 'I Ilas (;100) siasnd dollas ( i,.' .5, of shall be issite.! t.i t't said subscribers rete.,, if r the of the S. . ",[ , ila"; the said capital stock. to dollars ($!u,nLo , sAtl be he of equal dict:ity :and en rights in this corj.ration. leek aforesaid :..aiv ,e in hundred tho:uausl dollars Ssbila" referred to in the ,ph is an irin i n-I steel - hilli p of 13oS t " ,et regis sod 35-foot hens, now lying - liver in the p ,rt of New wihad of the AmIteican Sugar d steamship is seaworthy, in i d dition, and is appraised he subscribers hereto at the .1 sixty-five thousatnd dollars the corporate powers herein isrted by law upon corpora die power to cll any or all 1 serporatiwi, shall be exer of directors, comiposed of but the , '.arcd of dtrec to five nimemners '1 at Lny t:letctin held hs ty of the board shall t directors shall he: Edwin psItoffice address is 1531 New Orlea:s. Louisi. an, whose pstflfice ad strect. New Orleans, jam K. I)rt., whose post O Canal street, New Or who shall serve fir one r successors :o, elected IS present Ibiard to serve y of January, 1916. asting of the stockholders , on the third Monday lection of the board of i sany reason said meeting day, then less than a Stockholders may adjourn V y other day and until a sad a board elected. Sames and postotice ad hbera to these articles •1 the amount of shares la take are: whose postoffice address Boulevard, New Orleans, huadred and sixty (560) and through the trans corporation of the S. d, and eighty-seven id in cash at the time of whose postoffice address New Orleans, Louisi to be paid by and d the S. S. "Mobila" IM shares, to be paid in sersption. whose postoffice address New Orleans, Louisiana, Is be paid in cash at in my office, in the .i the day, month and in the presence of amin W. Dart. com hereunto sign their appearers, and me, no of the whole. P. Dart, Benjamin * well, for 647 shares, New Orleans; 0I shares, 419 Walnut ;William Kernan Dart. street. New Orleans; teorder of mortgages in dl Orleans, State of Lou that the above and tion of the "New Company, Inc.," in my office, in Orb, 1915. J. Leonard, Dy. R. l&eon, Not. Pub. .ce 25-Apr 1-8-13-22-29 coMPA iWCi State of Louisiana, a this 9th day of the sad of the indepen of America, the i Michel, a notary and qualified in os, State of Louis of the witnesses undersigned, person to subscribed, who availing themselves of the statutes and Sns, relative to the and particularly of the General As Ihave covenanted and jresents covenant osigate themselves, amay hereafter am, to form and and politic in a, and under a following, title of this cor Laundry Com Lt name it shall t, privileges and to corporation," ad authority to existence for ninety-nine (99) :, unles sooner aafter provided hare the power sue and be sued seal, and the ead at pleasure, eoavey, deliver, rladge any pop issue notes and instruments or have and employ ather employees of said cor demand, and to hp-laws, rules and te management as may be deemed and purposes for .rated, are hereby and conduct a in the City of siana, or else therewith, to do a and pressing of and generally acts whataoever r connected with, - a of said cor ateck of this eor the sum of fifty divided into, thousiand (1,000) Ity ($50oO) dol shall be paid eln the equiva abek of this cor to one hundred dollars. All as full paid tasafer of stock O*rporation, un no stockholder stock until he sale to the then k value. This concern, as ,00.t00) dol been subscribed . this corpora ad New Orleans. ledians and all psan shall be od in his ab a this erprae _anagemet ha enreisad ad ask Panama-Pacific International Exposition Marvelously Fulfills Every Pledge and Promise Made by San Francisco GLORIOUS INAUGURATION OF WORLD'S GREATEST INTERNATIONAL CELEBRATION ASSURES CONTINUED SUCCESS WrITH an attendance for the first week greater than the combined attendance for the same period of the world's expositions at Chicago and St. Louis, the Panama-Pacific International exposition at San Fran cisco has started on a career that the most conservative judgments predict will break all records for exposition success. The exposition opened on February 20, 100 per cent complete structurally, and opened to an at tendance of one quarter of a million people. From every state of the United States and from the nations of the world came critical visitors to pass on the merits of the celebration that had been so widely heralded. They found nothing to criticize. Every claim made by San Francisco and the exposition was fulfilled. It is safe to say that not a single visitor went away disappointed. The result has been that the advertisement by word of mouth, and by letters home and to friends-the most powerful form of advertisement-has been given the exposi tion. In consequence the transportation companies report a constantly increasing booking for travel to San Fran cisco both by land and water. Exceptionally low rates have been given by the transportation companies from all points within the United States to San Francisco, offering many people an opportunity that could not otherwise be taken, of combining a pleasure Journey to the exposition with a sightseeing tout through California and the West. A feature of the exposition that has called for universal comment is the 'action" that marks exhibits, every exhibit capable of operation by steam or electricity being shown in motion. A flood of inquiries concerning rates and hotel accommodations has been received by the information bureau of the exposition since the news of its successful opening was flashed around the world, all such inquiries being given prompt attention. San Francisco and California are fulfilling their host duties and living up to the reputation the West has always had for hospitable treatment for the stranger. HANDSOME SIXTY-PAGE BOOK ON THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION SENT FREE OF CHARGE TO ANY ADDRESS. Those who are interested in this great exposition may obtain free of charge a handsomely illustrated book of sixty pages, reproducing the exhibit palacoi in their natural colors and giving essential data about the exposition, San Francisco, California and the Panama canal. To obtain tlis book send a letter to the Manager, Bureau of Publication, Panama-Paclfic International Exposition Grounds. San Francisco, Calif. DURING A LULL IN THE OPENING DAY CEREMONIES AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION The Panama-Pacifi International exposition was opened by a wireless spark, dispatched by President Woodrow Wilson at Washington, and caught on the tendrils of a wireless aerial on the lofty Tower of Jewels at the expos tion. Instantly the power was released in the mighty Palace of Machinery and the portals of the exhibit palaces opened. The scene is on the grand stand after the ceremonies had ended, Secretary of the Interior Franklin H. Lane, Gov. Hiram Johnson of California, Mayor James Rolph, Jr., of San Francisco, President C. C. Moore of the exposition and a notable group of visiting dignitaries being seen in animated discussion of the epochal event. In the press box the correspondents are seen hashing to the world the news that the exposition had opened. WHEN A QUARTER OF A MILLION OF PEOPLE INAUGURATED THE VAST PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONA L EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO p.17.• the Panama-Pacific International d Sto Ias expositiopene and the ratio cork, dispatch dree to Pr sdnt Woodrow tions oftantly the most wetcar was released inor the emighty Palace of Machinery and the portals of the exhibit laces of wboa shall mw i his on riw , .d4 . W1 the teram o his olbe, at esat one u p share of the stock of this orpoestlos. The first heard o d irectors of his - tion shall be eonpsed of A. S. S Solos.., $t..lr _-., I Se .disi s 3 nut SNu, t N. 3521 iantct St. Morris W. ,satkds 3b am tn St., an Herma, Midiel 1 itt Ut., an of New Or lueans, IL. The ses of the st board o.f directors shall be A. S P i mard r Isaae Sethehlmer. vicepredt Ms N Ks a I r,3 i in rru .,, ,, · i YJ1 (I,-r,' L z,:' ! ,,," _,, tors shall not be regard as a forfeiture of this chadurter. Is the electiom of directors, each stockholder shall be entitled to one vote for each share Sof stock owned by him and standing in his sane en the boeks of thi ely, atnd may be cast either is perseo or b duly authorised proxy, and's majority of the votes cast shall elect. Any vacancy ecurring is the board of S shall be l led by the remaining abe s pis of the stoehhsld - I VI - A b c l l e d me o f s t o c k h o l d e to the last k ow adi ees c a hI uId et less them difsn days before the date s Isld er such meIeing, unless said meia Ihe bees. waived I writing by the I k YI hlwren two-thirds of the capital stock thereof, who may be present or rpunted at a general meeting o the stockholders convened for that purpose, sad of which due notice has been given. Whenever this corporation shall be dis selved, either by limitation or from any other causet its affairs shall be liquidated by three commissioners to be selected for tlyat purpose from among the stockholders at a meeting of the stockholders convened for such purpose; said commipsioners shall remain in oflice un til the afairs of said corporation shall be fully and fnally liquidated. Any vacancy oc i u thelu from any caue atsoe all ld bythe ro -Y --sh ers Said liquidators shal ý se all the ridts oosism upst them '~c'--"stepsr~u the ýwwslý" sii b. i Qeii th THE FOUNTAIN AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION THAT SYMBOLIZES THE BUILDING OF THE PANAMA CANAL - '' hi t .: , : :. :... The labor that went into the building of the Panama canal is symbolized in the Fountain of Energy. by A. Stirling Calder. This heroic sculpture stands in the center lagoon of the three lagoons of the South Gardens and faces the main entrance gates. The waters were first released on opening day, February 20, coincidently with the opening of the portals of the exhibit palaces and by the same means: the electric spark transmitted across the cono tinent when President Woodrow Wilson opened the great exposition at San Francisco by wireless. THE "ZONE," THE PLAYGROUND OF THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION Through the center of the Zone, the amusement section at the Panama-Pacific International exposition at San Francisco, runs a broad avenue three thousand feet in length. It is not unusual for this entire avenue to be jammed with entertainment seekers who are busy patronizing the one hundred concessions on the Zone. An exact repro. duction of the Panama canal is one of the popular and instructive features, there being a constant line both day and mlght of people eager to see the workings of the miniature canal. The premier showmen of America have w.-. the exposition makebor thet rent into thrme throbuilding of the Panama cathe Universe. Thiszed is the largest courtain of Energy, by A. rounds and ices the main entrancel radiatesin. unit of the architers ere first released ground plans. Noble sculptured groups embellish it, the two Homeric roups-f the portalNations of the ebt palaces and by the Nations of the eletric spark transmitted archeros t the o t andent when Portals. By nht the beautyWilson opened the oureat epos enhaton at San Franciscod by reless.the flood lihtin effects U1 f .~at* ~ii~~i~ ..j· .-i~ east and west portals. By night the beauty of the court !a enhanced by the flood lighting effects. remaining money and property among the stockholders. No stockholder shall ever be liable or re sponsible for the contracts of this corpora tion in any further sum than the unpaid balance due by him on the shares of stock subscribed ta, or owned by him; nor shall any mere Infarsality ia the organization of this coraties have the effect of rendering this cherter nall, or d eposin any stock holder to say farther liability than the un paid amount which may be due on his stock ArtieIX.-The subsncribers hereto have respecrtivey writte" ewesite their names, the emrnst sreek sueribed fr by them,. - I that this lo sere a the rigi t. h ,y ls alas ed , moad ~rt Jrr~r~i 1UI )eU fS· Ufa r"..ý ' - " John L. Corcoran and David Sesler, compe tent witnesses, who have hereunto signed their names with said appearers and me, no tary, after due reading .,f the whole. (Original Signed) A. S. Picard, I. Son. theimer, M. Sontheimer, Max N. Kohler, II Michel, Jno. L. Corcoran, David Sessler, II. M'chel. Nntarv Public. I, the undersigned, recorder of mortgages, in and for the Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing act of incorporation of the Dixie Laundry Company, Inc., was this day duly recorded in my office, in book No. 1157, folio -. New Orleans, La., March 9th, 1915. (Signed) EMILE LEONARD, D. R. State of Louisiana, Parish of Orleans. I, the mndersigned Notary Public, duly com missioned and qualified in and for the Parish of Orleans, State of Louisiana, do hereby eartify that the above and foregoing is a trs aid carrel cer of the at of inonpora " ti-s of dN Disis C't.. r r. a,,., the original of which is on file in my noe tarsal archives. In faith wlw.reof, witneb r ha:rd anId ,thA:al seal, at*the city irleans, thi, 9th day of March. 1915. (Stgned) II. MICIEL, N Mch. 1-18-25-Apr. I--IS. Resourceful Servant. "What!" cried the mistress to her new maid, whom she had found ulb ting down in the library with her hands folded. "Here you are sitting down! Why, you were sent in her. to dust the room!"' "Yes, ma'am" was the girl's reply. "but I have lost I the dsater, sad so a sar tting os eu a the allen turml"