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GALLANT SURGEON HONORED
Surgeon Wrey G. Farwell, U. 8. N N,
one of the Americans cited for valor in
France, is a Washlngtodian and is
very popular in army and navy dreis
there. He is a son of Dr. and Mrs. W.
O. Farwell, U. 8. N., and his wife, for
merly Miss Virginia Schaefer, Is living
at the Washington navy yard with her
mother, Mrs. Benjamin White, and her
uncle, Dr. Edward F. Green, U. 8. N.
Brief cabled reports from General
Pershing's headquarters state that
Doctor Farwell was with CoL A. W.
Catlin, U. 8. M. C., when that oficer
was severely wounded on the firing
line, and gave first aid to the stricken
man. After his wounds had been
dressed by Surgeon Farwell, Colonel
Catlin was carried to the rear by Capt.
Tribot Elaspierre of the French army
and Sergt. Sidney Colford of New
York city, who were at his side when
he was hit. This, according to the
cabled reports, was accomplished un
der a terrific shellfire. Doctor Farwell, at his own request, was relieved from
sea duty last year and detailed with the United States marines when these
troops were sent to France eight months ago. He has been in charge of a
front-line hospital during the recent heavy fighting in which the American
marines have covered themselves with glory. He entered the service 14 years
ago, has risen rapidly, and is known as one of the most skillful young surgeons
in the navy.
Oil Engine Needs Little Fuel. Much Tin in Austria.
A French inventor claims the ree- Geologists have estimated that Ant
ord for efliciency for an oil engine that tria's little-developed tin deposits
has a fuel consumption of less th:mn couldl be made to supply about three
forty pounds per horse power per fourths of that country's needs of
TIHE I ME.ASt.~ iILF S.TI'ISF.t( TION
t A ' " '[ "t j. l: I'1 t) " ,..r .- I . I Iy ! iv I " ',t' ...
lRQasn & ?milin of the WORLD
r: lhcr yp n :i t : t " rt c ',uld g vc.
PMlIDUl 540 - 542
Successors to Cable Piano Co.. STREET
For ALL OCCASIONS
Breakfast, Dinner, Supper, Picnics,
Outings. In Fact, for Any Occasion
Where GOOD BREAD is Desired
The Most Delicious Bread in the
SOUTH. Give the Children Plenty,
as it is Pure, Clean and Wholesome.
For Safe at Your Grecers
General Baking Co.
Save Time at SPENCER BUSINESS COLLEGE
Smasr the grea Spencerian Shorthand and practical Twentieth Centur7
e c sd dthe moat ap-to data twthods of peamanhlip. Rapid ctelatitei
oese practi end iusIness i 1Lliee
DAY AnD EIGHT 880sIOS
3Ia Mr. Tu COMMOW STREIT
¶ Every man in Algiers should
have a bank account to draw from
when sick or out of work.
No man is truly independent or safe from
want unless he has something laid by, and
the way to "feather your nest"-the only
way-is to save SYSTEMATICALLY.
3% and SAFETY
Total Resources over $35,00000 0
~iWghICE CONET O - a
) I iLCA I Y wi A5S
Cen St ,A~ 5'r uCN1a
A@V 'r'/ u
AN IIEJŽOC. bSACRyL~.
1$ Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. Catanese
ue of'Newton St.-a daughter.
W. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Dul
bO. cich of Atlantic Ave.-a girl.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dup
Slan of 7:1 Belleville St.-a boy.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
Born to Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Todaro
!al -a girl.
A romance of ten mlonths was ended
when Miss Ilettie Moffet and Mr.
Sydney J. .\costa were married.
1W Father Hlowe performed the ceremony
On in the Chunch of the Holy name of
IMr. Acosta is from a prominent
mh family of Iaton ltouge. his father
Oe being Supt. of Police of that place
a andl he has a number of friends in
in \l-iers who were former residents of
Bg IBaton RIouge. Mr. Acosta is at pres
ent employed at the Naval Station,
having been sent here by the govern
The young coup!e will make .laiers
their home until after the war. then.
c- they will leave for Itaton Rouge. their
ti future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Acosta are at home to
,) their friends, at L'c° Vallette Street.
On \\ednesday, Oct. 16. at s::;o
o'clock p in., Miss May Lehrer and
Mr. Arthur Royal Anmuedo were joined
in the bonds of matrimony, the Rev.
Mr. Menard I)oswell of St. George's
Episcopal Church officiating. The
pretting wedding took place at the
home of the bride. S;27 Plum street.
At the appointed hour, the lovely
young bride entered the parlor with
her father, who gave her into the
keeping of the groom. Miss Nell
Sachet played the wedding march.
The bride, a \ery pretty blonde. was
charming in her bridal costume of
white net and satin. She carried a
bouquet of white roses.
The bridesmaid. Miss Verna Amuedo,
a sister of the groom was also prettily
- dressed in white net and satin. She
carried a hoquet of white roses.
Mr. Nicholas Kentzel attended the
The house was beautifully decorated
for the occasion. Delicious refresh
ments were served and a most en
joyable time was slpent. A portion of
wedding cake was given to each guest
to dream on. The young couple are
the receplents of many beautiful pres
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Amuedo will be
home to their many friends after
Nov. 1, at their new home. 7718 Spruce
Cabbages and Wartime.
Two smokers were standing oe a
City curb, away from the currente stir
ted by pasersby.
One was smokling a pipe.
The other threw a half-anlshed cgar
bato the street.
"'!hat's against the law," satd the
"Why, I threw It into the gutter,"
msaid the other.
"But it's against the law to thr ow
)rway cabbage In wartimes."
Couldnt Follow Suilt.
"Well," remarked the facetious pe. A
Son, "do you believe in the old sayting,
'When In Rome do uas the Romans ,i
lot " 8B
"No," repiled the widely traveled '
man. "I am an adaptable persan uas a of
rale, blut I was once the wpwilling guest
of some cannibals on sh Island In the N
Pacie, and I douldn't do as those per
ticular 'Romans' did when they sat p
down to a banquet."
iGemrally Ueul. h
MXr. Rankl-Mrs. Giddigd says h
she takes a lot ed omtort out ed their ~
Mrs. Phyle-ut Isn't a maid a great
expense to a permmsoa in her cireun.
"Yes, but she says she gets her mom m.
e0's worth." me
"The girl s so gtty bo det thgm p
Ilways get meatse on the streetars." A
No Mirmacle. en
HubMb-Having any trouble wtt
your cooks nowadaysq
8ub0b- am glad to say that the i l
last one hal't given us the slighbtest ert
oRunble for more than a week.
ubbub-Naw It lsart. Its been hat a
iea since she left. a
Origin of Honeymoon. a
To the dnelents honeymoon was a i
luxrious beverage prepared with the
sirupy secretion of the bee. It was of
the custom to drink of this diluted t
honey for D0 days, or a moon's age, aft
after a wedding feast. Hence aros
term boneymoon, which is at Tea~
tl ewlasa.l.-. '* I, ,
W0MIth in. la
Teb wman who worries overmuch. a
mbout them l e hat l is gelag toI
wear ows that the hat wllf e w rth
a gse d al ) m nrtha the hemd it A
- aoer-MNrw redk MalL
se CIVIL IlSTlII' ('OrlIT.
ul- Succession of Peter J. tRupp. Mrs.
Esther ilupp. u idow of I)r. MI. J.
Mp .1anent applying for letters of ad
,nt Succession of ('has. Traub. admin
i.trator's bond. $44:.6:.
C.oulf & Southern Steamnship Co.
v<. Rlltlji Steamlship Corporation. in
tervention and third opposition of
Felix Itorne. Jr.
Eliza J. Thomas. etc. vs. Franl C.
Dhivie. ansnter. ---N... lnumphrev.
To Calculate Interest.
ed A rule often recotnendll ed for canl
Ir. culatin; interest for short periods is
d.as follows: To find the interest of
any given sumn for any numitber of days,
multiply the principal by the number
of days and divide as follows: At 5
r per cent, by 72; at 6 per cet, y 60;
-, at 7 per cent, by 52; at 8 per cent, by
in 45, and at 9 per cent, by 40.
s rat Not usea.
n. Burma is one of the few lands In
n- which fat is not used for lighting or
HAS A BIG JOB
. G. 8. Bilhelmer.
t G. . Bllhelmer of Denver, Colo., has
e been appointed Southern department
. campaign director for the next big
drive for funds to continue the war
e work being done by the Red Triangle'
,r forces In the army camps of the United
e States and overseas, army Y. M. C. A.,
the Y. W. C. A., the War Camp Com-.
munity Service, the Salvation Army,
the National Catholic War council, the
American Library association and the
Jewish Welfare board.
Mr. Bilhelmer Is one of the foremost
men in the Y. M. C. A. movement,
He is a member of the international
committee of the organization, a mem
ber of the National War Work council
and a master organizer and executive.
He successfully directed the last army
Y. M. C. A. drive for the Southern de.
partment, comprised of Texas, Arkan.
sas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arizona and
New Mexico, and was unanimously h
chosen for the larger responsibflity of
the approaching campaign, during
which the country will be called upon I
to support the Y. M. C. A. and other O
Important war work agencies. t
Mr. Bllhelmer will be located at
Dallas durinl the campaign period. He
will have an able corps of assistants a
and specialists on his staff to carry
out the various activities connected P
with a campaign of the magnitude of A
the forthcoming financial drive. o
Mr. Bilhelmer was chosen to dlrect,
;the entire United War Work campaign p
for funds to finance the work of the a
seven war work agencies because of d
his successful experience and his ua -
rusual ability. His selection came dl.
rect from the New York headquarter
iof the consolidated campaign, with the
solid approval of the people of the
six Southwestern states, who are under (1
'his leadership, to furnish their part di
of the $170,500,000 which the nation z.
will be called on to contribute between
November 11 and 18. T
- - di
AMENDMENT TO CHARTER 1O SCHU. Ia
MERT-WARFIELD-WATSON. INC. di
United States of America. State of Louis- st
iana, Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans. di
Be it known, that on this 18th day of the
month of September, in the year of our Lord
one thousand nine hundred and eighteen, and
of the Independence of the United States
,if America, the one hundred and fortysec- m
and; before me, Meyer Samuel Dreifus, a sa
Notary Public, in and for the Parish of th
Orleans, State of Louisiana. aforesaid,. duly "
commiadloned and qualified, and in the li
presence of the witnesses hereinafter named pr
and undersigned, personally came and ap he
peared; Oscar Schumert, Vice-President, and th
J. B. Warfield, Secretary. and said appear- '
ers declared that at the meeting of the stock th
holders of Schumert-Warfield.Watson, Inc.,
held at the domicile of the Corporation. No. na
411 Camp Street in the City of New Orleans, ii
said meeting having been convened and held of
in accordance with the Charter of said Cor- oh
poration, as passed before John P. Sullivan, 5.
Notty Public, on the 31st day of July, "
1%7, recorded in the Mortgage Office for tit
the Parish of Orleans, Book 881, folio 173; of
said meeting being convened on the 16th day an
of September, 1918. It was the sense of said cc
meeting, by motion regularly carried, that pr
Article "'" of said Charter of said Cor- Ia
poratios be amended and changed to read di
as follows: S
ARTICLE I.-The name and title of this o
Corporation shall be "Schumert-Warfield- fo.
Buja, Inc.," and by that name it shall on
enjoy succession for the term of ninety-nine pa
years from the date hereof, unless sooner vo
dissolved. It shall have power to sue and be in
sued. to make and to use a corporate seal,
to borrow money, to hold, purchase, lease, on
sell and hypithecate real and personal prop-. o
erty; to make and appoint directors, managers is,
and agents and to discharge them at pleas-. as
are; to establish such by-laws, rules and regu- th
lations for the managepent of the business po0
and affairs of the Corporation as may be as;
necessary, the same to alter at pleasure; all
also to make and issue bonds and other evi- out
dences of debt and to secure same by mort- the
gage or otherwise. for
Thus done and passed, in my notarial of- er
fice, in the City of New Orleans, State of the
Louisiana, Parish of Orleans, the day, month "B
and year first above written, in the presence on,
of Marguerite G. Stein and Marx Pastal com- as
petent witnesses, who have signed these pres- ea
ents with the said appearers and me. Notary. ag
after due reading whole. Witnesses: In
--. G. Stein, hI. (Original sign- tio
Q umr SVat,,f j.. t. i4 susl thi
I, the ederied Recorder of Mortgages,
in and fr the Parish of Orleans, State of of
Louisiana do hereby certify that the above leg
and foregoi Act of Amendment of the t
Charter of Seumert-.Warfield-Watson, Inc., o
_wa o this w GI my office, idio
h d1sL folio v New Orleans, Sept. mo
(Signed), EXIE J. LEOJNARD Dr. 8. tie
AMEYER DR FUS Notry Public. of
Sept. 2 Oec-5ISt 4 L wi
IRE.l., iT..TE TILINSI-FERIS.
Ile ry It. Hidden anid wife to A.\l
rid,, i S Germain. lot Atlantic. l'aci
fic., I,.\rrnias and Diana. $10101.
M.rs. Kate liibben to The lPeople'
In- Illloesteadl Associatiotn. lot Belle
ville. Elniira. Evelina and Opelousas,
o $',41 cash ---l ouen.
I iPurchaser to Vend or. samen prop
etrty. $2.4011, ternis.--Itouetn.
II1"11,DIN G PElEI IMTs.
J. L. Wallace. owner and butilder:
C. Additions and repairs. 50U1 Newton.
- Daily Thought.
1-i To know how to wait is the great se
Is cret of success.-IDe Maitre.
er A skeptic is one who knows too
5 much for n fool and too little for a
0; wise man.
We \cill have the lowest
prices in the cit ifor
large an11 Iillie ulIl
i Thousands of Plants
to Select From
Remember our price I
will be less.
Gravel road near
CHARTER OF B. ROSENBERG & SONS,
I'nitedi State-. of America. State of Louis
I:a n. Iartih of ()rlean.. ('ity of New Orleans.
le It known. That on this second day of the
"intth .f )ht',her. In the year One Thousand
It Nine IuIndred and Eighteen. Iefore me.
fg (harle, Rosen. a Notary P'ublic. duly com
missioned and qualified, in and for the above
'.Pari'-h. therein resid:ng, antd in the presence
. -f the wtrneses hereinafter named and un
der-ianedl. personally came and appeared;
'the several persons whose names are hereto
., suiscribed. Iho severally declared that avail
_- !ig themselves of the laws of this State, re
lative to the organi7ation of corporations in
(, such cases made and provided, they do here.
Sby constitute themselves. their associates.
-success.rs andi assigns, a cortiration for the
Sobljects and purp,,ses. and under the condi
i tit,- and stipulations of the following ar
I title, which they hereby adopt as their char
tL ARTICLE I.-I. The name and title of
laid (orlporation shall he B. Ro.senberg &
S.'os. inc. 2. Its period of duration shall
I- 'e ninety nine years from this date. 3.
i Sail ('orpiratiin shall have f,,r the pur.
p-- If the uIlsines4 to be carried on by it
i all the powers conferred by law upon cor
p 'a tin,. and shall generally exercise all
the powers necessary to carry on said busi
nties.. Said (iorporation shall have full power
St., contract. sue and he sued in its corporate
Sname; to make and tse a corporate seal. and
the same to break or alter at pleasure. to
y hold. receive, purchase rent, or otherwise
it acquire, and to convey, mortgage, hypothe
cate. lease, sell. pledge or otherwise dispose
g of property real, personal and mixed; to is
Dsue bonds, notes. or other obligations; to
name and employ such managers, directors,
Srofficers, agents and other employees as the
interest and convenience of the corporation
I may require; and to make and establish
such by-laws, rules and regulations for the
e management and control of the business and
affairs of the corporation as may be deemed
necessary or proper.
ARTICLE II.--. The domicle of the Cor
poration shall be in the City of New Orleans.
Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana. 2.
f All citation and legal process shall be served
on the President, or in case of his absence
upon the Secretary-Treasurer.
. ARTICLE III.--. The objects and pur
3 poses for which this Corporation is organized
and the nature of the business to be carried
on by it are hereby declared to be: To con
i duct the business of manufacturing, buying
and selling, boots, shoes and accessories in
this city or elsewhere, and to do any and all
things connected therewith.
SARTIO(I.E IV.--I. The capital stock of
said Corporation is hereby fixed at One Mil
lion Five Hundred Thousand ($1.500,000.00)
S)Dollars. consisting of Fifteen Thousand
p (15.040) shares of the par value of One Ilun
dred Dollars ($100.00) per share, which said
capital stock shall be divided as follows: 4
S2 One Million Seventy-five Thousand ($1,
.OFS.00j Dollars thereof, consriting of Ten
Thousand Seven Ilundred Fifty - (10,750)
shares shall be conmmon stock, and Four Hun
dred Twenty-Five Thousand ($425.000) Dol
lars, consisting of Four Thousand Two Hun
dred Fifty *4.2501 shares shall be preferred
stick. 3. Said common stock shall be
divided into the following two classes: Eight
liundred 'Forty-Seven Thousand. Five ilun
I dred DI)ollars ($847.500.00). consisting of Eight
Thousand Four Hlundred Seventy-Five (8.,475)
shares shall be designated as Class "A" Com
min. and Two Hlundred Twenty-Seven Thou. t
sand Five Hundred Dollars (t227,500.04)
thereof, consisting of Two Thousand Two
llundred Seventy-Five (2.275) shares, shall t
ie designated as Class 'tB" Common. 4. Said
preferred stock, subject to the provisions
hereinafter cftaisned. shall be divided into
the following two classes: Two lHundred
Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($225,000.00)
thereof, consisting of Two Thousand Two
lHundred Fifty (2,250) shares, shall be desig-.
nated as Class "A" Preferred, and Two
lHundred Thousand ($200,000.00) Dollars there. c
of. consisting of Two Thousand (2,000) shares,
shall be designated as Class "B" Preferred.
5. All of said preferred stock, both Class
"A" and Class "B" preferred, shall be en
titled by preference and priority, over all
of said Common stock, to dividends in each
and every year at the rate of Seven (7 per I
cent I per cent per annum, payable oth of the I
profits or earned surplus, semi-annually on
January 2nd and July 2nd of each year; raid
dividends shall be cumulative, limited to
Seven per cent (7 per cent) per annum, and
no dividends shall be paid on or set aside I
for the common stock until all the dividends
on the preferred stock shall have been fully I
paid. Sai4 preferred stock shall have no f
voting power so long as the dividends are not d
in default for more than one year; but when
said dividends are not paid for more than
one yeas, then said stock shall have a like 5
voting power with the Common stock, that
is, one vote for each share of stock, so long I
as said default continues. In the event of t
the dissolution or liquidation of the cor
poration. and in any distribution of the a
assets of said corporation, the par value of n
all the preferred stock, legally issued and
outstanding, shall be paid to the holders c
thereof in full with al-I unpaid dividends be- 5
fore any payment shall be made to the hold. S
ers of the common stock. 6. The holders of d
the common stock, both Class "A" and Class 3
"B," shall be entitled, without priority theC
one over the other, to all of the dividenda S
as and when declared out of the net profits or
earned surplus, after the payment of the d
agreed dividends on the Preferred stock. 7. E
In the event, of the dissolution or liquida- n
tion of the corporation, in the distribution of I
the assets of said, corporaion among the re
stockhojders, after the payment of the debts c
of tLa'rpoaltion, and the payment in full j
o i · rbe of al the preferred stock
of the assets of said orporation shall be ¢c
divided armon the holders of all the om- O1
mon stock, both Class "A" and Class "B." st
legally iued, in proporti to their respec- sa
live holdings, w'thont griority of the one at
class over other. 8. All voting rihts a
of the cororraton (eet as hterin eo other. v
wim providsd) alali be vested euclhslvely in! hi
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-t ,,k. ' ,i en ia .. r, rit'. Io adding inter, .
S"n - 'id value at S' x (6 Ir cent rlr cent'
i<' atui- tri sail late up to the late 1 f
irhl:r .r .-. Anl , -ale , r other d isps, ti'n.
.lrdger or en uocttratce- of sail stock shall Ie
5, :. le sube~ t ,t, this rs),ion of the charter.
Sail c rpiorat:iin ii hereiiv auth-irized to pur
Su -aid . a st , out of the profit or earned
Sirlut" and to re issue same at not less
than the price for which purchased: and when
S',-" ."e c'aid stick. shall have all the rights
and privileges and he stuliject to all the
teriis and cin'litir ns of the stock of said,
,clas. If said crporation fails to exercise,'
C ric tro hit" i tn said stock within said"
ieriol, the holder thereof may make such
Sther' listosition of the stock as he rlesires.
14. !Shulr the ho lder of any of (lass "Ii t'
I- -,f the cut-nmn stick die. or should such hold.
.er who is at the time of the issue to him of
any si:ch st,ck I,e at such time connected e
i -ith tIre corporation as employee and such I
citnectin tfir any reason terminate or he i
rternrinated. the htllers of said stick shalli
h. e required tI sell his said common stock
ii th, e cVirpoerati.in at a price not to excteed
r. the mook value of said stock at the date of
the last inventory, deducting dividends in- h
Sacided therein which have already been paid t
e and adding interest on said value at six
,11 6 per cent) per cent per annum from saiden
3t t date to the ate f purchase; prvided said
corpe ration shall accept an pay for the said 1
it stock aithin thirty (30)1 days from the tender I
thereof to the corporation ty the estate of
II such deceased stockholder or by the stock- C
. holder whose connection with the corporation e
tr has terminated, after which said estate and
Ssaid stockholder shall ae free to make such a
other disposition of the stock as the legald
o representatives of such estate or as saider
stockholder whose connection with the cor
Spration has terminated, may desire. 15 t
e This corporation shall have the right to de I
crease its capital stock in the manner au- r
c thorized by law. and in such event to pay a
off the retireti stock from the capital and a
e surplus of the corporation in accordance with a
Slaw and subject to the provisions of this i
I, charter. 16. Fifty per cent (50 per cent) 1
e of the total hich need not, however, be of "It
d each class) of the capital stock die. ork shall be sub-ch hold
scr whd before the filing of these articles of t
mncorporation, and Fifty per cent (50 per cent) E
of all stock subscribed for muscht time paiconnected for
before the corporation engages in buslnessu,
and the remainder within terminatlv e months a
thereaftere; ut sll stock subid scr d for may c
tbe pad either in cash or property actuallyo exceed
received by or labor done for the corpora- b
tion in accordance with law. In payment of c
I all or any portion of said stock. this corpo- .
ration is authorazed to acquire and take over f
thany existing business, nd this corporatidividendson in
shall hereafterin which have the right to acquire any
and adexisting usiness or property and to issue
its stock or any portion thereof for the value it
thereof in accordance with aw. fro 17. The L
capitreol stock of the corporation may be n-of
- creased to Two Million Five Hundred Thou- ri
and ($2deceased stock) Dollars, that is, the pre
Sfered stock may be increased to Seven sun
dred Fifty Thousand (of the stock$750,000.00) Dollars, all
Srepreof such increase in the preferred to saibe e
Class kholder." and the common stock to One o
poraillion Se tven rmiundred Fifty Thousand Dol- d
Thlars ($1,5000atio000), all of such increase into de
the common to be Class "B." 18. Sepa- Ii
- rate stock hooks shall ibe kept for each of
crease its capitalof stock, and no tre mansfer auof
toriz shed be law abind ing on this eventcorpor tio payn.
surrender of the outstanding crtifihe capite, and le
surpits proper endorsement by the owner or his th
constituted agent or legalt representative. ui
ARTIE -.law and subject toll the provisionwers of this
corporation shall Fifty vested in and exercisednt)
iy a Itoard of three directors. elected by al
the stockholders who are entitled to the it
voting power at the annual meeting which izneed not, however, be of
shall cribe held on the first ling onday of Ocls of
toier of each year, with the right of sucrh pc
stockholders to increase the number to not ai
mare than seven directors. Each of the di
rectors shall own at least one share of Com- py
mon stock in his own name. The first an cc
nual meeting shall he held on the first Mon- 5t
dayv of October 1919. until which time the at
officers and directors named in this charter th
shall continue to act. and until their suc- of
cessors are elected and qualified. At each lo
annual meeting of said stockholdters. the said
stockholders shall elect as many of said di- tk
rectors as they shall desire. and should they of
elect less than seven, the directors shall
have the power to increabe their number to
seven, hy election at any meeting of the
Roard of Directors. 2. All vacancies in the
Board of Directors may re filled iby the re
maining directors. Any director may be
represented at any meeting by any other
stockholder by written proxy. Immediately in
after, or as soon as practicable after, their Ie
own election. the directors elected by the he
stockholders shall elect a President. a Vice- of
President and a Secretary-Treasurer. The 38
failure to hold the annual meeting and elect
directors shall not affect this corporation nor
imnir its management. but the directors in
office shall continue until their successors -
are elected. 3. The officers of this cor
poration shall consist of a President, a Vice
President. and a Sectretary-Treasurer. but
the stockholders or the directors may elect
such other officers, agents, and employees
as they deem proper, and may fix and deter
mine the power and duties thereof. 4. The
first Board of Directors and officers of this
corporation and their post office addresses
are as follows: Abraham Rosenberg. 7615
St. Charles Avle., New Orleans, La., Presi
dent; Arthur R. Berry, 2248 Cambronne St..
New Orleans. La., Vice-President; Nathan S.
Cohen. 22.7 Peters Ave., New Orleans, La..
SecretaryoTreasurer. 5. The office of the
Secretary-Treasurer may at any time be
divided by the stockholders or the Board of
Directors, and in such event, the Secretary u
need not be a member of the Board. 6. The a
Board of Directors may make, amend and a
repeal all by-laws for the regulation of the
corporation not inconsistent with and sub
ie to such by-laws, rules and regulations a
ha may he made by the stockholders. 7. a
All elections by the srtockallaars i be by
ballot at the office of the company in ac
cordance with such ryeglatiolns s the oard r
of directors may determine, and at mevery
such election, and at all meetiyngs of the
stockholders. each registered share of the
stock entitled to vote at the date oft such
meeting or election, shall heo entitled to one
vote to be cast by the ristered owner or
his agent or representative bt written preos.
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d " I* , .ii, Parish of Caik
S tr"rt ', rerd that on thi
it s c k r -n il'.ruIdh ari d SA ofeI
.r t R I-, L , ( .. r. . fersont ' f l
* C. B .. oircts a cd George L
n.Orcr " I!. 'ii )lan s , who stat y d
Snto mo~'. Nothy, that the hI
y then nnianl mentndi by theseth
cl t t.hele , as well sI (
a the frst M od a clration andbass
ind whoir c shar-hfr the following, t r
t /1o"rdunt IItde . LcEOe IDr
- ARTICLE C.-HThe nameof t
Sshall be Gul DS mobIL Clobl
t n aith its domicile in the City of
ie Louisiana, and under saidh oCa*
I shall ha ive and enjoy osa ehist
rof one hutndred years, unles ull
I as hereinaf ter provided. a dll
absence on the dice pr te s
seince sof both, on the ereas of ,
pa L. and Georae . E
ARTICLE I.-The prr to I
dcri rleati., ismna who stated safr
Sto ereby declaryed that thby Ii
n mobiles of all makes iacdaniled
i mt! s vehicles, and a d icula by the b
sell a uomthbles of th Oldl as m
ture, and to desal lingds it
r aesoridess and to conduct a s
S aor the stocrage, repair and sale dti
I and to do any and everythine o g a
SARTICLE I1.-The cnam of taj is
intohall be hundrled Oldshares mobi e
i ithe its omiciler in sthe City of m
or rouisina, rnd undere said a sl
h approved by the Board of Dhisessel
Sstock when issued shall be fg ill
f on-ae hundred years, ules
- ARTICnLE lV.eThe affairs fd M
rtion shall be served an itse d a
Soasence on the vic re ist ai
Ssenot more than five stkban e 1I
f ARTIn eII.-The at ne Ua ln oe uIk
ron the firsct Mo ndiay iand its Iar
dh bywho shall hold t be toir su km
e mobilesr, or until their se am le
t mistalled. Said Boad o artmiulald
Secisell aof the powhi ers of the Odi
Swith full a ut h do anyto ad es
Spnecessary for its tomobilate u ek.
mortgage, hyothehie buo siness
I ARTICLE BlI.-The capital aid
d corpLoration is hereby fixed at t
rrNFifty Thousrand ($Au 00) Dog ,
of the undame, and shall ofhe I
p- One andre disc (haTge ny a) Doas s
n ay be issued for taservices t sm
yto fill aany' doacancy
h approved by the election o rda of D
S expired term and lmoreover, fly pI
r-, meets t the domicile of
- not melsewhere than five said tokhold
y at an anlectnual of the i se
d on the First Monday in Oetohe I i
e ang sha ll holdconstitute the
this year, or untion: C. L.s s
Lree and George Lstalled. Said Bd of Di
oferie also serve inof the folls of is
respctiv fuely president, C. rci
,s e. cecretary Treasurer.
ARTICyLE o-This charter U h I
ed oree this coor p oration ay he
vote of two-thirds of its stock eIii5~
ing called for theat parse. an
Sfairs shall be liquidated sad mi-r i.
iquidators selected by the 50thhdl k
who shall give such hoad sIad o
powers as the stockholders y
all stockholders meetings h h
usual postoffice address, p ifd_
unanimous consent notice o as, Im
e r0 meeting may he waived, · I
stockholders' meetings eah so dif
shall be entitled to one voe b tO .
its .Owner in person, or by
any such meeting shall ,L--
poration shall ever he held 1 1k
sum than the unpaid bhahla. d -
stock, nor shall any mere lif iad
the effect of rendering this 51
of exposing any Storckslier b
loss than his stock. 4 t1
I Thus done and signed is In
of the attesting witaesses,_ _
iAttest: B. L. Johnon. Sybtl 3. ,
fOriginal S -igned
in and f,r the Parish of jeliIi
Louisian., do 'hreer t ify iip
be a true and correct cop. I
of my office, recorded is i
not destroy it. as you will
Upholsteriog Club w,":
At the request of emeinSU
offer during the mortalP, ii55O
store furniture free i t .
the renting season.
Get yu o.rder in OW, a d.
a member of this club fir al -
We send our men to do IthI
reeesidene if . desire]hese
of m ofice.moaed ..,I