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of Millinery "a la Mode" \ rin r-white cdieriat in is stule ning inhats with wide, pi-ect hite rlu-h 'roown abi i ts; b rimll turbans ld smart facinglore hrath fri il rapes eping hit in many angccles all lending fasci-cron. natiHolm t te display in the llinery Section.-Second Floor D. H.is bet on showing her concern for all types of faces. 'hiotn al s such unuua latitude choice that no one eed eMpair of finding a r ere Main chainea. t n this THE C AR][OL A solo Inner-Playe n thin se iists-ticat the Magicit hall have a drnp at the -ole" that. i,~ extremnely flattering*. andl that tihe t rimnmning Tli e snimple. ienitile. enilirijier' fringe. apillitltie and l towers are ex etel leeImprisone ud esin ivory and Mahoganyrti is te re EASY TO OPERATE MAGICAL IN POW Sa nSuccessors to Ci et both plain and pano . as l as For ALL'OCCASION hattBreakfast, Dinnea er, Supper, Picnicsare a t the new hats. n \lm .do ~ w oe sofmln ihnokv u trim -ano~t her nialine wvit I large brin hn Ott' :w skunk t ri miniilg. :xOu:tiiings. In Factde for the tAigt-fitting turban is theon Where GOOD BREAD is Desired INSIST ON "MOTHER'S BREAD" lThe Most Delicious wt Bread i it g on the ea an ha aSOUTH. Give the Children Plenty, .A reid-aund- white ci intbinatii 't is stutn0ning in its effect of M hite piulthl crown andi tip brim with redl velvet fa: init a wreath ift i grapes Pure, Clean and Whoencircle the rown. Holmes Millinery Section-Sr Safe at Yo recnd Floor D.General Bakinges Co. SLIMITED A1M'. 357 Save Time at SPENCER BUSINESS COLLEG Is Music, the Magician, Imprisoned in Ivory and Mahogany DEASY TO OPERATE MAGICAL IN POWERO llI~5D~h130 ffLU~l540 - 542 BARONNE Successors to Ce~ble Pia'no Co. SFRET ForIVIDUAL ISTUCTIONS Breakfast, Dinner, Supper, PicnicsTI Nautings. In Fact, for Any rOccasione e Wher's a home neGOOD BREAD is Desired by circ-sta INSIST ON "MOTHER'S DREAD"9 a The Most Delicious Bread in tnear where th p1u~ salo obidalargs.e group of houses for ,Naval Statloe Ebe att.y, street car servie sad churhs strs hos h Ale--ll ane easly secessible for your imumediatoe schooleniente StheSOUTH. Give of tho e Chterted idren coPlenctye as it is Pure, Cleantl Terrace and t Wholesome. Avemen8 ot the Seathet eraw of the U.r . NGrocer rtion the A h Meyer Pado Slool. Oatie ope r. 81 Resert Save Ts 8mis. Tee ts Nsva Stadon __ .tB CeOLEpGE amnlb. oa- Spau eu, ia wrSe or thone a ra TatCu M T to $564--4lz13 AND OVER "aimMLCOMMOAND S ST EORT. Nautica Teerra oe... Hee' m d allho esit negbRhoJcalb Compninanr heaaitu me 'u dlRvWsio clsWt h NavlSain nerweeteOy Driving r-v-ts and ma-king shells is more profitable to Mr. and patriotic thaer Brookscatching crabs (formerly Miss Hathe seTane.l Some f Pelcanlows seem to have difficulty THOMPSON-SP.i H It. Sgetting marrigd of the idea that the warine is being fought for their private profit. ScIf you haven't dompsone so already, geans ready tharo see how many war stampJr. of our you can take, and arrange to take them. You scarcely uican expect one tod on Sept. 2S. comThe excited over thcouple havexposure theof pro-od wtring ashes of their many fries are . affected. ZIN('-LEI':111. OnThe spruce treesday, .much needed foMrs. Joseairplane Zimanufacture, are bes Led tacked by a "blue bmag" Prussian blue no doubt. Talking about putting Ruslsi on her Dafeet, it is repor Afted that the Unitedy tates is preparsg to sgiven at ther 0new000 homne. 519~ Seguin St. The srooni is i spe sal agent of th Texasshoes. & aKeep y shops. The newly humorn eda tle war dep rtmen est wisDoes of this meir many~ frieneds. Driviwe cangt rvet and making shells MoIsday morning profitable and patriotic thanch catching crabs tdoor sporhauling the ser ine. Some fellows seem to be thavet of difficultya In getting rid of the idea thvators for dis-war tis being fought for their private profit.d erv. If you haonvern'ati done lits already, getal ready tino see how many war stampst y ou can take, asnd a protection tgakest them. rYou scarcel-by mcan expect one to be-es. coThe Hexcits re now discoverg thate exposure of prof itemering as gettlong as the pricans are un-to affected. Thce fasteruce trehan they had planned for to airplane Germans inufacture, are being at-ca. tacked by a "blue bug" Prussiwant to know Y blue -no doubt. Talkng about putting Russia on her dy feet, it Is reported that the United Statwhen our soldiers are gog to end her an0,000 the mapirs of shEurope all over, anyhow.s. O"eep yourself In good humor," saysex perts has been ousted on the chagre that he iswar departmo-enemy. Does this wmean we an't retain our so-ualed Mondaymer Joy ring grouchas been stop? n d, buthe great outook do world wsporto do it. Prance s ountr, peedtng i tl deorating iAmgerrican soldiers and aviators for diSt own. tinguished service. inePorch conver sat of letts are aol ready trained anddressed accusto their moth ting out lights as a protection against a. In time of peace thes. young Thbloods were menow discovering fthat for' more money. An Armica Is getting Americans rinported to bra on the faster than they formerhad plannedrt to get GermanThis into America. ple American kiddies want to know whya the by should study u.oggerfy these days when our soldiers arase tgoing to change Inthe map of Europe all over, anyhow.l dler wl soon pof the the ommodity delicater ex pover has been ousted on the charge "One lump or twel" Goverment seisure of alien prop aty will help to quicken amn 811 elthat sse the spro-enemy. Sot that is what has been ailing our so-called summer! sJoy riding has been stoppedy la in ag. landt but it took a world war to do it.clse In this countp speeding is still defy.. An ~merlesan prvate to Prance has been awarded the Distingalshed Sery ing every sort of cataclysm except Itsn own and its crew slngle-handed. The kaiser Nrapidlnety pendrg out of whethers from sol ems wi an re to thrmht That smile on your wite's face while bod wereltimg to the visitors yter boAnod experiencia doems't mean that she ot enoylag the narrative. It means that ohe is waiting for you to falsh, so vae can tell what your mother mas told her was the straight of it. ;jEW SWINDLE IN CANADA BCookw Impong Fire on Frme bor Havios Too Mua h Food el Poneaseon. V nporer, h. o.-mCodnty delice -a the fr g sections od British Colum bOa are hunting for a number of clever etoks who have been impoaong Aes gon farmers for tovin too much meat, nMa or othen provioions on c sad. One farmer reports hin.ng been ined A25 by one of these inppoaed has tobe who had been fed by the Ser and housed all nfight. At breat.st the v niltor ws served with beool. you ane was then imposed for yor shg ment on t m natles I d Ima o s Meanel at ourl r AprilSed. Ill--Po~e hgsm a M~aral to . pigads latnes seal ad recnle broke lat. toN told her was hesraigtof t. IE S INL INI CNAD Creese Impoe Fines oen Fames feu ft'ooks whhave been Ipsigfie 16 VE.Bla ESTATE Tli.BNSFElt4. Mrs. Sophia Streuby to lBoard of Levee Conmnmissioners of Port of Or leans, portion fronting o nthe Mis sissippi River. $2.:300 cash. -.Peters. Mrs. Elizabeth Turner. to Mr.. Lea J. Burton. 2 lot. Olivier. Ih-la rdnde. Verret anid Pelican .\ve.. $4.ii . ter, llr -- )''onnor. .r-. .\hlItide (la.st to Julius Ito SAVED BY GIRL LASHED TO MAST Crew Rescued After Thrilling All Night Experience in Lake Storm. HOLDS HEROIC VIGIL Signals Bring Succor to Helpless Craft on Lake Michigan After All but Daring Young Woman Are Exhausted. Chicago.-Lashing herself to the mast of a disabled boat in the gale that swept Lake Michigan, Miss Mar. garet Sturdy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Sturdy of 115 East Chicago avenue, maintained an heroie vigil until dawn. Then the American flag she was waving as a signal of distress brought succor. The boat was several times on the verge of foundering. This was the story brought to Chi. cago after Capt. A. F. Brown and his crew of the South Chicago coast guard station had responded to Miss Stur dy's signals and rescued both boat and passengers. The boat, which was eight miles out in the lake, was towed in. Aboard It, besides Miss Margaret, were her parents and a crew of two men. __ From Portland, Me. - They had brought the boat, a 60-fool mailing yacht with an auxiliary gaso. line engine, from Portland, Me., where MWr. Sturdy purchased it for Mrs Sturdy some weeks ago. It is named the Mikado. The voyage had been uneventful save for a few minor squalls until they encountered the storm. Even then they would have made Chicago safely had not the gasoline engine be come disabled. The sails were use. less In the high wind. They drifted all night, Miss Sturdy told a reporter, while the crew tried in vain to repair the engine. Toward midnight the violent pitching of the boat caused Mrs. Sturdy to become IL She failed to respond to emer. gency treatment and her conditlon was such that the services of a physi dan were urgently needed. GirOld Guards VesseL The strain of keeping watch for passing vessels, working with the en. a% and battling the storm exhaust I| Was Toming About Like a Cork. e Mr. Sturdy and his two-man erew, and thes succumbed to sleep abou three o'clock in the morning. The duty of guarding the little vesel thereupon devolved upon the daugh ter. The storm showed no algns of abatement. Big combers were break in over the deck and the Mikado was tossing about like a cork when Miss Sturdy took the vessel's Anieri ca flag and fought her way to the mast, just abaft the bow. Using a coil of hempen rope, she bound her elf to it and remalned there until about five o'clock, when Captain Brown's lookout sighted her distress sinals. Make Your Home Beautiful Be wise an4 save your old furniture-do not destroy st, as you will help win the war. IIV.-PIICI PARLOR SIT COVERID vOa eu.u 3Y JOINING OUR Upholstering Club Plain (Wide Selection of Materials.) At the request of numerous custoernrs, we have decided to continue this bargain offer during the moving season. We will store furniture free of charge through the renting season. Get your order in nov, aa4 you will be a member Of this club feg all'fatws work ales We seed er ames te do the woek at yor ,assee ii desirs lso writeo, of s asms ezuerna MA1e1 e _iau- g -, , lectionsger, but the last s the Lamnest grou of the whole. HSocr latestid other property, $1mo0 fcash. ---lienne~sey. Mlrs. Land. owner: A. Osborne. tails, wher: repai he secured 61 vastOpelousan. $4440. M.of ceremonial material which was A. - the most part made residncentury or tolemy ago. It la parted with now only be causeloe the dians have become we RUSSIA'S RICH TIMBER LANDS Systemhatic Exportation Would Have a lGreat Effect on those Mayounger mets br of the tribes who remain have ld. teAn article in anciurrent magazine byec theyA. J. Sack presents statistics on Rus Siti's forest resources as a means of paying the bis a collection of dollars due tor homere and foreign crusedito eremos. dances, hundsomely carved and deso rated with the totem of the bear< There astonishing statement is masde by thich writer that Russia, Includies, ng some costrmes which is (a perent as much asde rated. Some are made of buckshl but others are of Hudson's bay trades clothe whole welaborately embrossderssed. AlThis re getsource is being sentt aside by Russian ,000economists aspecmens a fund these ary the coun-t Itry's debts. Thlqe effectand ason Amwhole are busnledss should-T be duly considered, observes We find more entertainment than in tHardwood Record In an ediscusstorial of the ar ford Courant on the revised use o tibarle. Except oakrefers It continues, which ies generally known in the market asBo thof Japandes to e ank i des not probable ity: "And when Gideon was come, be that much Russian timber will reach thdream Unto his fellow, and said compete hold, I dreemed a dream, and lo, withcake of barley bread tumbled into tmar okets, notably thosapd ae of western Europe. and perhaps t thatose of eastern Asiao ºwestern South America and the Paciflie islands. t"red it, that the tent" lays Hardwoodn. ThReord, " Cour mt seembs to approve hurt by the flouseod of brley forest products fring som Russia. In normal timepas Ger-i manyfor breceived 48 per cent of ithis lum ber imports from Russia. and Eng verse and's evidr cent oce timbhater its rdensom that swould makrce wait serviceable as large p fectle.-Waterbury American. "Lumber shipments fr Lnoman. Russia will Whcome from the automatic from the Arctleph switchboard in Banta Moults, C gets out of Russia proper and Siberia and from the Pacific coast of the lat ter country. The principal lumberth markeshoots theof the world can be reachede." Beforeom this heih-shool graduatet" VALUABLE FIND IN ALASKA University of Pshmennsylvania Museum presEnriched by Collectiposon of Indoor mecha nolegioal Specimens. she Uniproved herseity of as Pennsylvania mu-t seum has received and placed on ex men ibition aline woremark, imbably fine colletion andof ethnological specimens s sreadily by Louis Shortridge, a full-blooded In of themdn, sayswho for three years Mechanics, been descxploribing herin unknown southern Alaskats. But for the warmuseum and the cost of John Wanamaker. Heen having meshaal experiene, acol prlectionsbbly would nothe last is the fllinest group as plaof the whole. However, be ing fod of mehe oun-s and havins, where he secur knowledge of electricit she tends to of ceremonial material which was forn thpeae most part made a c, and then etury or two educago. It is parted with now only be cause the Indiansed haver to rmtre well nigh extinct and those younger mem bers of the tried to tremain have lit-an thume Interest In ancient ways becausel. they are taking on civilisation. And there s a colletion of pos or sa lcred standlard Is mused in cpper emonial dances, handsomely carved and deco rated with the totem of the bearer. There are some amazingly lurid masks, sewhich were used In the dances, and some costume which are richly deco rated. Some are made of buckskin but others are of Hudson's bay trader's cloth elaborately embroidered. Alto gether Mr. Shortridge has set about' 1.000 specimens and these are often unique and as a whole are unequaled. Policeman Apologief. The othlawyer was that hryingad haltrd for his klient and her ways setting the points orn shrlilly and insistently: "I Mlew the horin a loudgical manner. There was one makething hose was not quite clear about andby? he accordeezingly asked the polic:an after he had rescued her. "My Iit- Nowtake, madam," you stat the ofiy clientr. "I thknockedught you dowere blowing for eand th dsap movared in the darkKinney building Whackt time of -your way."-Newark News. Ask the Thief. nigThe lawyer was this?"rying hard for his client an't say exactly"tting the points outmplan tin answered drylymanner. The"Your client hae as one my watch." thing he wasof the reasons a woman bout and he accordingly said: "Nower husaird abou state my client Iknowscked you down and the daughter gdits tap be about thirteen years of are€ sh,,'ll peared in them both what they ought timeo do. nigThe war lords may deceive th?" Ger "1 cman people regarding the number ofplin antri answered dryly. "Your client hawill my watch." Onbe allof the worse for those ajunker wnboe Sthe truth comes, as it will eventually. Loher husband aboutffe is probably cshrret knows that when the daughter gets toe be about thirteen years of age she'll tell them b)0th w'hat they ought to do. that America alone couldmay deeive the Ger many, but at this stage there's no user of in allowing a little well-plaFranced flattery il to change a program that's giving everybody a chance. be all the worse for those Junkers when of the trUnited Statcomes as tre lending moneytually. to the governmthlife is probably correct n that America alone couldl defeat Ger manyspite of the high costage there's no usemany Inof them are saving and littnve well-placed flattery than they did before. Anyto cityhange a programes to hat's giving foeverybody a chance.s summer will all like Thood discovernt that he ich the peonly one arothe United States are lendi on that er torand. On the fargovernment indicates thanot inwhat spmight be calledof the rehigh cost perof living manyod. Accoof them are saving anword investingby way of Ares thdam, the latest imperial order to Germans in regard twho clgoes to the farm for a rest this summer will in all like lihceforth discoverats shall bhe i the only oined n the baround the place who is only halfway downer rand. On the farm this is not what might bthe front. Anlled wthe rest pneumonia creep-od. Accordingto to word by way of Ams-chilled terdback mor the laoften st imperial order toi Germans In regard to clothing is that CHARTER OF B. H. DECrER COMPANY, INC. heneforth coStats shof Americall State unof Louis ianthe back and lined only halfway di known that fron this second daywith pneumonia creep-of November in iag into the system through a chilled the year oftne thousan not ine hundred aId ermaghteen, fore medical effiJohn agnr, Notary CHARTER . H. DCKER duly commissioned and sworn, inPANY INC. and for the Parishited States of AmOrleans and City ofuis ana, City of New Orleans. therein residing andBe in theknown thatpresence of thise witnesses hereinaftof November named theand undersig oned personally appea hundred: Theand several persons whose nanes are hgnereu, a Notaryo subscribed whc. duly cmmissionlared hat availing themin selves of the laws of Louisiana. relative andto the or the Parishon of Orleans and City of these preaents. covtherein residing and stipun the preate to form the witnesselves, their heinafters and as-med signs, into a corporationally appearend body politicThe sevefor the objects whand purpose names arend under theunto stipulationsbed which they hereby adopat athet :elves of the laws of Louisiana, relative to the organization of corporttions, do by theseir charterents, ovenant, ag:e and stipu late to form themselves, their heirs and as signs, into a corporation ani. Dcker Co., In-tic corporated, and its domicile shall be in the for the objf New Orleansd purposes ana, ad under the said name it shall have and enjoy adcorporatet as existence for a period of fifty years from-wit: this date. to suname and be sued; to make tandhis use a corporate seal B. I.the same to break orn coalter porated, and its domicile s purchase, hold, own the City of New Orleane, acquire, sell, alienate, mortgage or plesaid name irty, both re and enjoy corporatersonal; to existeborrow money for and give security yeafor same; from to own stock insue and be sued ; to make and conduct and carry onseal, the busame to break orin after stipulated; to appoint ehold, ownfficers, agentse, acquirend employeessell, aliens may be necessaryge or in its business; to do all things necessary pledge property, both real and personal; to borrow money and give security for same; to own stc in any, other corotion to.. to carry on its business. ARTICLE II.-Alt citation and other legal process shall be served on the President, or in his absence or disability, on the Vice President. ARTITALE IlI.-The objects and purposes for which this corporation is organized and the nature of the business to be carried on by it are hereby declared to be: To buy, sell, exchange and deal in grain, flour, and in all sorts of merchandise and property, and generally to do a regular meroantile business; to receive and sell, grain, flour, merchandise and property on a comrnisston business, and generally to do a regular brok erage and commission business, and to do everything necessary to successfully carry out the objects and purposes above set forth. ARTICLE IV.-The capital stock of this corporation is hereby fixed at five thousand dollars, divided into fifty shares of the par value of one hundred dollars, each, which stock shall be paid for in cash or in prop erty, goods or merchandise, or en service or labor actually perforated for the corpora tion; all stock shall be full paid and non assessable; no shares of stock shall be trans ferred except on the books of the Company and until the certificate of stock shall be delivered and cancelled. The capital stock of this corporation may be increased to Fifty Thouwand Dollars. ARTICLE V.-All the corporate powers of this corporation and management and con trol of this business including the power to buy, sell, mortgage, pledge or encumber the property both real and personal, shall be vest ed in the board of directors ro be composed of three stockholders. The l)irectors shall be elected annually by ballot by the stock holders on the second Tuesday of August, commencing on the second Tuesday of Aug, 1919, except as may be hereinafter iris-ded for. Each stockholder shall be entitled in person or by proxy to ,a vote on each share of stock owned by him, and such election shall be held under the rules and regula tions as may be adopted by the Board of Directors. The Directors thins elected .hall continue for one year until their succe soirs shall have been elected, and no failure to elect shall be regarded as a forfe-ture of this Charter. Any vacancy occurring on the Board of l)irectors shall be filled hv the board and the Imard of directors shall at their first meeting after their electin. nominate out of thiir number and elect a President. Vice- President, and Secretary Treasurer, until the first election as above specified, the first Board of Direct irs .hall be t. lI. Decker, 213 (anal Bank itI 1g.; Morris J. Dazet. 1670 N. (laiborne St : 'tal Tujague. 815 Daupbine St., with It It Decker. President: J. M. Dazet, Vice-l'resi lent; Vital Tujagiie. Secretar T-'rr-iure r All meetings of stocklloders whether gener al or special shall lie held after notice of said meeting anti shall he given in writing to each stockholder. ,y the Secretary. euther in person or by mail. ten days prior ti s-iid meeting. ARTIOLE VI.-At the terminatin of thi, charter by limitation or otherwite, the tusi ness or affairs shall be hquidated by two commissioners to be appointed from among the stockholders at a meeting convened ior that purpose, after ten days notice in writing shall have -been given by the Secretary to each stockholder in person or by mail, said Commissioners to be elected by a .umajority vote of the shares of stock present or rep resented at such meeting and voted in persn or by proxy. Said Commissioners shall re main in office until the affairs :if the Cr poration shall have bees, fully lluidated, and in case of-death, m ion or inabil Ity tither to act, his piece shall be filled ths smock~eids'r in like meaner, until s mh te the eurvrver shall contisus to act. ARUTCLE VII.-This charter ay be changed or altered or amended or the eor perntisa shall be dissolved or erdesed li quidated by a vote of tue-hirds .i dhe capi tal e ek st r pesae at a meet isns o the steebden messoed for that pupea, ofte te days seie La witlu ' and - - _ a t of~menc , ,. qg anythe " . , te. S r" , ano s -t i lit tie r . ,a .t . . hl, : te, and ,'i r te rpos of thei r ed on y a al the ' l rpoa tioG s, G ass d w Idnedtb I ,cd " liatos;t hv (1,t agers, ~ ~ ~ S dretrs fi er . Is 4 playersas the Int~est a i th corporatIion may " aegi, " les"a n sad n qj . . : b - ts r en, Wes I h . b t in, th Qk W l g al p roc s " s:h e e 0 " ent. a d i• hi- , sed .3-s , , DhC , coffs pent, Amder, .hi h ,, t e- u leai n . cfee subsCtlotutes ch ry . p ea nu, ple arys , I:a , . fi ,'i:rnchlc thisTh hs' * . t~l~r asia" [m the ng ture t of the rte . b l' l . 1 e Se ea l, ' p ro ;." , na m ARTI,, C, E hIV-t ' ltsl s. I. 4 stork as hereby- declo ef tl t reed sen by sarel d ip ': T.he .wed, t -r coffees, l lart peanut, ath, "~ 't ' o (rporate 10 n rpral ste k s heall te i u hler manftheureinlg i l - rent or0 pter scent he Ietra g, brusi ess, yanp thee of m -the ,uer) e disnt hs t heutm ýe a ,,r u;xe. co rimrtss'u ,-"'m ' Ba.r ... Directrs, . of Its, ag., :hery eau powers ý thear foadl prdto; ead d ARoTICLE V.-The itedeenal thins corporation c nall a sf Three 3)dreto5 db 4 mannk ate a det and t e at slerand (leas00e.0 toheld, aRdqd renltd or2 the hr d Gp Ferifty(5.0 Dollars w g ftling of uhe tca d be ther'e disp ofse out fityck5olpers cenyt) emtnW paider dincsfretors tofiS (4),ee asd tnheunterest she drecltior. s frthe ofc ofa ali hnusines, and thereusino (12 monrtharThreafmer, a h as may the deestoced mae AR TCLE -h.-t hd, tio s n c oa in the ra 11 ate of reLouisia an d e a s i nlegal process ha1be sell u heldes on ai the t ird Mslhils ,tent, and in his eye Ki the secDytrlPrea . ARTICLE lbr-Tte 8lr eId the d ture of the Ist dnumbroer. Tc dime tem to i (eand on eby it arce d :be The ominer~n sl Affees, acanuis md tsa bthe manufarcturing, a c,,ffee substitutes, o 1-1 chicory, peanut pr Isses, I other fmood poducts; ad things incidental to th iwatt Shpurposes. a ARTICLE IV.--Tie mettdfl setock is hereand eeea es I Gataoe Dfuriel sli8 eand e($5,00aO) Dol.; d Hundred (ent ) shares di .I aFifty ($50.00) Dollme d it capital stockldera sall be a filing of the articdes of cfifty (uc0 oter scent) as poid in cash before ieke utl business, and tehe re e(12) months theer a is eBoard of Dfie " nsotlbe ar nsfembe tf Alovcanciesi th An member ofteDa ~ ithe capital stock may hie Twenty-five andsd ýi ARTIhe LE a .-The sesu amnend o andlla l the th is otpoireon ioma m m of Three (3M) digctal, di annshall be y at q t ib held on the third y et year, if not ralee itilh& /1 day, then on eke 4wy ItM - da the date be tied 1 IIl stockholders may a cyi 1number of dis to tll - c(4), and in su andty i ah birector. The offen s consit of a Prsided a Secretary-Trmm,r sib heriter ediell er tor m tiv sny Iwtioes a. dnertisslv or uect oh fibcrs aind dietosist s hfie uantd their a M quaif ried Vire , s aid Gusthe Duolel.~ mNt New Orteans,' ial; Preisident, do I may ber moday edl. - ofrectoraorn oa d h - senet ofc to-ihtrd ii b I stantin at eamehobq coanene or that Oret korw, a9wddre aid oe a e ber cnsllto vallncises in hl Jl other disltionkofe th shall be b slqtae by danyrsielerted by the hestockholdens ma et5l suchpelatiei n lany shorders euach ibedl by b nftmaityled v@t d reharteredll otmr foO toiaecm liblt theySIw elitsle onri stock. Ph nam'es heand ieesoUlJW Iufficrepo listilf ther hae mstated, tetaIOl .. ma rtieoinnrma wit M mO% ' Thrs olfn an-tirld dial€f wsttening ath preen Ionvened (eore t)1 latisst known fl ,fthe disole.o 44t _ haresbe liqwiele dew Orsleane b t. sharers. CIn!ARLKS _ s tekhnldersl RIIL I!i,.d'; inead libefor the l m cf Inoration nan. pai Ialnce due thNI einf~mlt hvoh e~m,_ Oct 23rd 1918tor. 1 nam thes 4a t