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of a Knitting Bag Listen to this interesting story of the career of a Knitting Bag. "I've been in this world for five months and I've had a very gay life. At first I held balls of rose-colored Shetland, which were changed into a wonderful sweater for summer evenings. Then antique blue Germantown replaced it to fashion a scarf and a heavy sweater to keep somebody warm on chilly au tumn evenings. Then khaki and gray yarns began coming in so fast they almost took my breath away; they became transformed into sleeveless sweaters, helmets, wristlets, muf flers and socks for soldier lovers and brothers. Then when I was stuffed full of all colors the other day I thought Xmas time is near and here are gifts in the making. Well I just couldn't help wondering as to where all those yarns came from, and I thought surely that place must be swept clean of worsteds. But listen to what I just found out-they all came from D. H. Holmes and there is a pile more just like them. \Vhat do you think about that?" D. H. Holmes Co. ,, r,.,.M.. LIMITED ASWI',vwUt1 MILLINERY SOF "CLASS" TRIMMED HATS which breathe the air of individuality, at 5.00 to 25.00 Be the price the lowest or the highest which we name in the headline, the values are the very best to be had in New Orleans. We make this announcement as short as pos sible, because elaboration of statement is en tirely unnecessary. The Millinery itself tells its own value tale. FERD. S. KAUFMAN 707-709 Canal Street Second Floor Take Elevator Your Preparation for HOLIDAY Cakes, Puddings, etc., will require the best goods. Our Fair and Square Groceries-and the good things to go with your Christmas cakes will be delivered to you by auto on time. MRS. DAISY d. KRAMME w5e Awebs osty Elmira Ave. ad Ewvlias St. Phone Algiers 378 OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH I. EINER, Furniture Man He gives you plenty time to py tfor it at eash. prims. 137-141 Delaronde Street e* o. Nw i wane l Mueical Merchandise . .........SLe w eU GuM. r ...........e Vi.. ............$w . Violiu Baw ......$1.as up a.e. .... ... Uan G.O.d visG . ;Plr., $13. S 0 e 15ena so.e. . 1 0912-914 An as eyes... Prof. Kuhn's MUSIC SCHOOL 587 VALLETTE BT. Pla.., Vioin, Coa.t, Ttrmnhe., Chrlawett, Flue. and Tr cDIndei, brinur. and AdMv.. A.e:.". WITH THIS SCHOOL IS CONNECT ED A IPIRE ORCHESTRA AND BAND CLASS. R. 0. Pitar lHardare Co., 222 DAUPHINE STRErT Ph.... r.I. s4ss-s3s PROMPT DELIVERIES ICE CREAM FREEZERS PAINT AND BERRY BROS. VARNISHES COURTEOUS TREATMENT tI RUPP PATS THE FREIGHT Thousands of boxes of candy will be sent to the different cantonments throughout the United States this year for Christmas presents for the soldiers. Candy is being selected because this is one of the most ap propriate gifts and one of the few gifts that can be sent to the soldiers for the fact that the Government does not allow them to have any excess baggage. Mr. Peter Rupp has made arrangements whereby he will be able to pay the express or freight charges on all candy pur chased from him and consigned to the soldiers at the cantonments throughout the United States. If you desire to send a pound box of candy to one of your friends who is now at the front getting ready to face the enemy you have only to make our purchase from Peter Rupp and pay, for the candy only. The transportation charges for this candy will be arranged so there will be no expense to either the purchaser or the receiver of the goods. This arrangement is quite an item espe cially since the advanced postage rates, and the fact that the express companies are keeping pace with the postal charges. For further par ticulars consult Mr. Peter Rupp. who wil explain to you this new service. CHARTER OF "THE DUNDEE BURLAP COMPANY, INCORPORATED." United States of America, State of Louisi ana, Parish of Orleans. Be it known, that on this 24th day of O: toher, one thousand nine hundred and sev entren (1917) and of the Independence of the United States of America, the one hundred and forty-second, before me, Thos. E. Furlow, a notary public in and for the Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, duly commis sioned, sworn and qualified and in the pres e-ce of the witnesses hereinafter named and undersigned, personally came and appeared.' the several parties whose nantes are here unto subscribed, who severally declared that, availing themselves of the provisions of the laws of this State relative to the organiza tion of corporations, they have covenanted ard agreed, and do by these presents, cove nant, agree and bind themselves and those who may become hereafter associated with them, to form themselves into a corporation for the objects and purposes, with the name and under the stipulations following, to-wit: Article I.-The name and style of this corporation shall be, "The Dundee Burlap Company, Incorporated," and by said corpo rate name it shall have and enjoy corporate succession for a period of ninety-nine years from the date hereof, unless sooner dis solved, and shall have all the rights, priv ileges and in.munities granted by law to corporations. Article II.-The domicile of this corpora tion shall be in the City of New Orleans, and all citations and other legal process shall be served as the law directs. Article III.-The objects and purposes for which this corporation is formed are hereby declared to be: The importing and exporting and buying and selling of burlaps and jute products; the manufacturing, buying and selling burlap bags, both new and second hand, jute twines, burlaps, yarns, ties, flax or hemp twines, cotton bags and bags or sacks of all kinds; to buy and sell junk of all kinds, and iron, brass, copper, and other metals, and bag machinery; to buy and sell any other kinds of merchandise the management may see fit; to act as agents for other parties, firms or corporations for any of the articles above set forth; to re ceive goods on commission and to sell the same, and generally to hold and exercise all such incidental powers and privileges rela tive to the objects heretofore set forth and to carry on any other business incidental to or pertaining to its purposes. Article IV.-The capital stock of this cor poration is hereby declared to be ten thou sand dollars ($10,000.00) and may be increased to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000.00) which said shares of stock shall be divided into and represented by one hun dred (100) shares each of the value of one hundred dollars ($100.00), which stock shall be payable in cash or may be issued in payment of property purchased or for ser vices rendered to this corporation. Article V.-No stockholder may sell, as sign or transfer his stock in this corpora tion without giving to the corporation, through its Secretary, thirty days prior notice in writing of such intention, and the other stockholders shall have the first privilege of purchasing the said stock at the book value thereof for a period of thirty days from, said notice, after which thirty days notice the said stock may be sold in the open market. Article VI.--AII the corporate powers of this corporation shall be vested in and exer cised by a Board of Directors elected from among the stockholders; two of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of any and all business. The said board shall consist of three directors. On the first Monday in January, 1918, and ansnually thereafter, a general meeting of the stockholderp shall be held for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year. Said electiof shall be by ballot at the domi cile of the corporation and the shareholders receiving the highest number of the votes cast shall be .declared elected. Each share of stock shall be entitled to one vote, wheth er holder thereof is prtsent or represented by a written proxy. Immediately after election, the said direc tors shall select from their number a Presi dent, a Vice President, Secretary and a Treasurer. Article VII.-Notice of all meetings of stockholders for election of oticers or for any other purpose shall be iven in writing by the Secretary to be deposited in the mail, at least fifteen days before such meeting is held, and directed to each stockholder to his name and address as the same shall appear upon the books of the corporation, unless said notice is waived in wrmting by all of the stockholders appearing as on the books. At all such meetings every stockholder whether present in person or by proxy, shall be entitled to one vote for each share of stock standing in his name on the books ad the corporation, and a majority of the votes so east shall be sufficient to elect or decide all questions voted upon. Article VIII.-No stockholder shall ever be held liable or responsible for the con tracts, faults or debts of this corporation in any further sum than the unpaid balance due to the corporation on the shares of stock subscribed for by him, nor shall any mere informality in organization have the effect of rendering this charter null or of exposing a stockholder to any liability beyond the unpaid balance due upon said stock. Article IX.-In case this corporation is liquidated two liquidators shall be appointed from among the stockholders who shall have authority to sell and dispose of the assets of the corporation and to wind up its busi Article X.--Until the regular election on the first Monday in January, 1918, the fol lowing shall constitute the board of direc tors: Jasmin Peitel, Rosa Feitel and Ben jamin P. Feitel, with Juasmin Feitel as President; Benjamin F. Feitel, as Vice President-Secretary; Rosa Feitel, as Treas Article XI.--In ease of a vacancy en the Board of pectors or among the eafleers from any i, the vacancy shall be filled at a spcial setiag eof the directors called for that Ltesse. The Board a Directors shall lhave power to enact such by-laws, rules and tregulations as may be necessary and proper mr the man agenent of this corporation and the same to alter and amend at pleasure. The jubecribers hereto have reaectively written oppoe. their names the amount of stock in his dorpration subensibed for by each of them, sq that this act of ieorpoea tion may also serve as the original aebeeSip tion list of this corporstiem. Thus dee and passed is my dee in the City of New Orleans eesfmal~dd se day, month and year first above writte, in t presence of Huel LeoBlane asd Joseph . se.er, eompestmt witnesmsa residin g in this Ity, who hereunto sign their mames, togetherwith the aid parties sad se notsry, after due readin of the whole. Witanesses: Hsel Le a Banc, Jestph Rsea. THOS . p FURLOW, etys Public. I, the undersiagned, Recorder f Mo nres in and for the pariah of Orleans, Stateo oiusiasa, do hereby certify that the above tA t d Ioersel. of Th Algerines at Law. d CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Emancipation of Sidney L. Teal s Robert O'Connor. BUILDING PERMITS. P Angelina Harrison, owner and build e er; one story frame house composi r tion root Wagner, Diana, D'Armas and Hindee, $25. s REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. William E. Hazard to Mrs. Mary SMulcare, interest, etc., 2 lots Chest ° nut, Vallette, Alix and Eliza, $400 ° cash--Wilson. Chris Harris to Patrick J. Alonzo, P 2 lots Wagner, Hendee, Homer and e Newton, $700 cash-Foley. r 1 I Smoke Portina Cigars We sell lets of 'em. U. KOEN & CO., Distributors NEW ORLEANS PRINTING BOOK BINDING d Algier, Gretna and vicinl y orders Iho perticdeer eentin aend d-. S liveepresplp. Call p. EUGENE JOUBERT "First Ciese Woek On*y" 300 Cherte. Mist 6132 FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS We can promptly fill orders for any Flowers We Carry in our Salesroom a Choice Supply of Cut Flowers FUNERAL DESIGNS OUR SPECIALTY The Flower Shop, Henry Schermea. Prep. mein ~1l Is BARONNE ST. IT'S A PLEASURE TO TRAVEL With the 8pleadid Servies Pruvied Via the Southern Railay System TWO TRAINS TO CINCINNATI. Leave New Orleans.... 8:15 a. m 7:30p. m. Arrive Birmingham _ 6:50p. m. 6:30 a.m. Arrive Chattanooga...0:55 p. m. 10:35 a. P. Arrive Cincinnati - 9:15 a. m. 8:50 p. m. TEROUGH TRAIN TO TIE EAST Leave New Orleans 7:30 p. m. Arrives Chattanooga .10:35 a. m. Arrives Knoxville ._ 2:20 p. m. Arrives Washington ...... 7:30 a. m. Arrives Philadelphia 11:12 a. m. Arrives New York 1:33 p m. We will be pleased to arrsage the detals of year trip CITY TICKET OFFICE 211 ST. CHARLES ST. Pheaes MainS p sea Maid ain: I. L WELLS, DMvile Passeage Aget, New OWdeas, La Ra Royal Shoe Repair Co. 305 Camp Street Ph.. emmae 06 8311 St. Charles St. EiELS Shoe Repairing NooýIs FLORIDA HAT SHOP ANIERS O HIATS--RODELERS AND REIOVATORS 01 ALL ZIWDS OF RATS; LADIES' EATS A SPECIALTY. We are prepared to serve you with most Prompt and satisfactory Werk. Our Plant is equipped with New and Modern Machinery, and Most Skilled Workmanship Our Prices are right. Let us do your work-we wil satisfy you. 82.50 BP IO .AT. 82.50 FLORIDA HA T SHOP. !S CANAL STREET. NEW ORLIANS, LA. Important To Men in the Service, their Relatives ana Friends The main concern, when sending a gift of candy, is to have it received promptly and in perfect condition. Parcels post and express are most uncertain. Huyler's have perfected a Service that guarante delivery of any Huyler's product, immediately, fresh, ad perfect -to most Training Camps and many important cities and towns. Before yo forward Candy-consult us about this Service. We resemwedHJ kre a r pead cmd ee. Te vduse is in tao Cir. TMo kao fae ad eatl. FFE DUPP,Druist' "Ber mud4L , &"erre itD Joseph Calderone to Oliver Dorsey, lot Newton, Nunez, Verret and Diana, $1500 cash--O'Connor. John E. Moynagh to Marion J. Ep ley, property No. 600 Elmira, corner of Evelina St., in square bounded by Opelousas and Pacific Sts., for $2500 (Option to purchase)-Private. Commercial Trust & Savings Bank to The Morgan's La. & T. R. R. & S. S. Co., 3 lots Thayer, Patterson, Le Bouef and Pelican avenue, $3250 cash -Puig. CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGE. Mrs. Jane Gorman to Interstate T. & B. Co., $700, lot Atlantic, Pacific, Evelina and Eliza-Hennessey. A Wonderful Sale of Ladies' Suits In all the latest styles $10.00 These suits are tailored and some fur trimmed. Be up early Friday to get the best selections. Dryade. Car at Ferry Trae. Ye. To Oar Door. Louisiana Embroidery and Pleating Works Hemstitching, Picot-Edge, Chain-Stitch Buttons Covered 730 Canal Street. New Orleans Telephe.k Mais 2609 A. J. Trvise, Mgr. NEW ORLEANS' MOST UP-TI-DATE Florist FLOWRS S RNTIMenrt 525 Canal Street Ph.e Ml. 3S0 aind M. 5263 Phone !Main 4320 Mrs. Irngrlnail, (corsetler Your Appearance, Comfort and N Demand that 3ou %%ear ROBERTA Laced-in-Front Cors You will have a more pleasing fi u in a Roberta designing. a Roberta designing gives the natural glgure cureve I boT allowing full, deep breathing. bo t The Shield under lacers is ýif- ! ng, alwaysu prevents the flesh from protrudi:. a Every Garment F'itted lty Gradtuate Cos Model. Retailing at $3.50, $5.00, $6.50, $8.00 and up to $25 per peir LET YOUR MONEY POINT OUT THE WAY TO COMFQ0 Quality of Our SHOES Aurs "'COMFORT" Both to Your Pocket and Feet EVERY MONDAY OUR BARGAIN RAVAIN the Shoe M No. 1407 Decatur Street Next to Rougelot's Big Depatment Sg Catch Step With Prolre The man who saves is the man wh, is always ready to advance. A Sayv ings Account with us is the right step in your march to success. R. C. RO Painless Dentis BEST $4 5: Teeth, Full Sets, $4.00 We make this great offer to introduce our Phaloless Sybm @ into every home. Be sure you are in the right place. satisfactory. Gold crown, porcelain crown, bridge work S, 95 per cent of the teeth. We give a written guarantee for t ea mt DR. R. C. ROOT Maim 266 635 CANAL rST., Old Brass and Iron Bedsi NATIONAL BRASS BED Phonme Jacksona 0 3 New Orleas. JOHN P. VEZIEN. Pres. Carstens & Vezien\Co. Ship Chandlers and G e SpeelaI Att*eten to Railroad Ord ers. ~ljh 314-316 MORGAN STREET. PrelER, MALIS Hay. Cars. Oat., rea. Hardware. Graced, Et. AUTOMOBILE DIREOT Ostli Ths eradM, Asiorer 603, aed demeaoetrateo. eW iO he arreased to si1t eOer ear sewi- Name . Car Distribltor Reo SherousseSteele Howad _ OMotor Car Co. Cdde _ Premier ...." _e_ ChFe W. P. Parkhouse Auto Co. ma Franklin W ,.,.Parhouse Auto Co. ma 8 Cole 8 P. J. Weinberger T0St - Allen F. J. Weinberger 08 t. 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