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UTOMOBILE SERVICe CO. INC.
ISW Caroedelt St.
Expert mechanics always ready to
Repairlng. Supplies and Tires
A UTO DILIVtRY BODIlES
Made to order. Repairing and
painting done promptly and at low
er prices than elsewhere. Wagon
J. w. o'coWNOR
824 Uroallse, bet. Besarbes ad Dapiae
VURYTRING BOUOIT AND SOLD
Highest cash prices paid fr all
kinds second band gdas. Paer
stock. toss, iron. e buildoig
material, irea beds, •prni, mat
tresses, pillows and beddi. Stoves
a speeialty; eoking. besting and plias
s-eves; steve pipe.
Nerth iRbertsa and Cansaddet Walk
Want to try something Delietell
Armour's Peaches. Pears. Cberrie.
Apricots and Hawaiia PiFe apple.
Just arrived at
JOHN KLEINKEMPER CO.. LTD.
AU and Verret Striet.
O Second-band Furniture Sought, Sold
Paae Main 1I r nop Potal. Will C.ll
SI-n Chartns Street.
i ,LLtER SERVICI STATION.
esufn & St. Chas. Posas UOt. IM
Opea from 7 till P daily and San
da7. Expert auto and bicycle us.
pattinn. S minute gearantoed
vusicsaig. Ao acesorel,
and bicycle supplies, gaseline a ed lls.
parts. All work done by expert mechanics.
A Democratic dhoold at Acting.
While the theatre, as well as all
the other arts, have felt the effect
of the war, it's leading luminaries
are prone to believe that when the
great conflict has been won the stage
will enter a broader and brighter p
riod of glory in America than it has
ever enjoyed before.
At least so thinks Lou Tellegen,
the distingulshed young actor and
coauther of "Blind Youth," the
comedy in which he is appeartng at
the Tulane Theatre, beginnnlag next
Sunday, December 8, for a week's ea
agmeat. A ken stdet of the
burn the .&i qirit 1t go a
Door the -M * is Yea.
Oofmmst m wh suve be rnb the
by ts for p u 1m eg t
byb as uaPvua te I. NW Turk. ai
..Lea to 69 ha lrmil uproi. It i.
MPi uiat lee. n. Is warn
Foto's F6lly Theatre
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caps. Printiao sad Sigms. Paei .`
AIllERS PRITITVNG YUSE.
T) Tebs Sreet.
C LEANING, PRESSING, LADIES
AND ENTS' REPAIRING .
Maim sIC n1 ROYAL r is7r:
HE NEW EDISON
FILLS THAT VACANCT IN
We haF e ane d dask Yst
Terms qre.. wish.
DIAMOND DISC SHOP
1As RanONNE Maim 3544
PHONlE MAIN ie9 Firre tone Tires and
RJ. . MURIPHY
mrestomne Accessris am JULIA STREET
Velour. Felt and Psasas Hats. Oeassd
Dyed and Reahapl
1n Uvseatrly Place. Mats "a
will be to give free instruction to all
worthy students of both sexes under
the personal guidance of the most
prominent American stars, whose
services are to be donated always.
eThe dramatic schoolas I America
at present," says Mr. Tellegen. "are
practically barred to any but the
well-to-do. Now in Paris. at the
Academie, the only tee required is
the presence of talent, and no matter
how poor one Is every opportunity Is
offered to become a great sculptor or
Ipainter. It is the same at the Coa*
severtoire, the most exacting saeeel
for actors in the world. I hete
studied at both, and at no monetary
S"It ia my plu that the shool ts
SietYrh athla a - ite tecrsu
wt be paid istrucru, Ia pro
rfme whpo led their chars Into a
rut of obsolete ad atereotyped meth
Ies. Iastead, we will cpre reall
p raw terprethrs at the diUtle
art, w a teach what they have
Iearmed amd are Iearatag evy day.
What a ieeatlive it would be to any
WBUEdDAY. DDe. may, .Ii~k Gomm'
W_. " LOat. " " ews "Steum
MrU AY. b@ UI.L-$rlQi Gswae," I
& Hart "9 Iqisisw K th .Hors d
as,. hurl Who.a. Uutt sad J.Eb"
ISTrD Dec. H.-"W tei o wns
Srine 1~sb Dr. i~gt~O
bay M.- -1I have sa Jeqigra retd
Mrs. Plske, Mr. Bothers, MKi Mar
low, and 'thers of thdr calibre, to
show the way to good actlagi Net
only would the beal at each student
be a finer and saner one, but the di
r-esity of personal methods of their
teachers would be of inestimable
"It is a thing for the public at
large to be greatly interested in. At
least that part which Is Interested
; in the theatre. There would be a de
crease in the number of players whose
acting ability consists of a few stage
tricks and a grace for wearing clothee.
It is amazing how many of our young
American actresses believe that only
their good looks are necessary to a
Mr. Tellegen himself has studied
and played in many countries. Al
though he first made himself known
to Americans when he came here with
Bernhardt a few years ago as her
leading man, he had already estab
lished himself as a star abroad.
While most of his Continental
triumphs were enjoyed in London
and Paris, he has played in Italian,
Spanish and Flemish theatrical cen
ters and in those tongues.
H. FN. G. C.
After starring in "Parentage,"
"Empty Pockets." and "For the,Free
dom of the World." Barbara Castle
ton comes to the H. N. G. C., Friday
night in a beautiful love story, The
Heart of a Girl.
"The Heart of a Girl" tells a most
interesting story of the present day.
It deals with the suffrage question.
The climax occurs in a political con
vention and this scene is one of the
most massive ever shown on the
screen. Doors open 6.30 p. m. Plc
tures 7:00 p. m.
"No man's Land," a screen version
of the novel of that name comes to
the H. N. G. C., Sunday, starring the
newest sensation among screen stars,
Bert Lytell. George D. Baker, who ,
made "Revelation, and "'1pys of
Pate" In which Nazimova played su
pervised the direction of "No Man's
Land." The sympathy and admiration
of everyone will go out to Garrett
Cope (Bert LyteWl). a red-blooded
'oung American, who is falsely accused I
of a crime, and eventually in the fari
South seas serves his country and
rescues the girl he loves from worse
than death. Doors open 630 p.m .
Pietures 6.00 p. m.
STRAY PLANTS . "
s Idea at callng old-ashglm
eri pose a "~bsttute"r
Noer perum a warlike nastes to
pla posm. Cb t ttl It icks
Ererything bath Its place nto wa.
The proteer Is the cutworm In the
mwp etop. The bas m*dr se
doesn't want t do all that work !r
PreH oliday Sallig of Iep
In all dark material uas well
as sport fabries, jerseys, tri
colettes, serges in wool and
in fancier Iabric.
Priced moderately for pre
This weok special
s SIrts for S1.N
Regular $6.50 to $8 A no
Shirts, speial .......70..
Main okwers Ohsve Prne
1013 Canal St.
, senlo FIe h 'be Kiwator
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Smar and Smm.
ok 8.. Chemaey ceravas,
ft ague at oderate P .
A machine gan Is operation will me
up a bale to thlse months.
A 12-Inch gun disposes of half a bale
e otton with every shot frd.
t t ake over 20,000 bales a year to
t provide absorbent cotton to stanebh:
I and bind the wounds of the Injured. f
In a naval battle, like the one oa
SJtland, from 5,000 to 6,000 pounds a1
minute are consumed by each active
One change of apparel for all the
troops now engaged In the war repre. n
seats more than 1,000,000 bales of cot' h
IN OTHER CITIES
Milwaukee is planning to rename a
Boston Is urged to use wood fuel as
late as possible.
Chicago hotels are replacing men
waiters with girls.
Atlanta has a training school fbt a
girl railway workers. ci
Philadelphia will discontinue paying o
salaries of city employees In was at
Chicago man has been arrested,
charged with having six wives cos. c
CEARTER OF GENTILLY GAS AND OIL to
COMPANY. INCORPORATED. a
United States of America. State of Louis- cc
iana, Parish of Orleans, City of New Orleans. hi
Be it known, that on this twenty-fifth day m
of the month of November. in the year of al
our Lord one thousand, nine hundred and to
eighteen, and the Independence' of the United at
States of America. the one hundred and ti
forty-third, before me. Frank William Hart, *
a ,Notary Public, duly commissioned and vi
qualified. within and for the Parish of Or- B
leans, State of Louisiana, therein residing, rc
and in the presence of the witnesses herein- e7
I after named and undersigned, personally of
came and appeared the several persons a!
whose names are hereunto subscribed, who
severally declared that, availing themselves c
I of the benefits and provisions of the Con- a
I stitution of the State of Louisiana and of ov
the laws of said State relative to the orga- c
nizatiou of corporations, and particularly of O
the provisions of Act No. 267 of the General y
Assembly of the State of Louisiana for the i,
for the year 1914, they have united to form, p
and do. by these presents, form and orga- a
nize themselves, as well as all such other
persons who a hereafter join or become
rassociated with them or their successors, into
a stock corporation for the objects and pur- tl
poses and under the covenants, stipulations y
and agreements followins, to-wit: a
ARTICLE I.-Ta name and title of this tU
corporation shall be Gentilly Gas and Oil
Company, Incorporated, and under and by f
said name, unless sooner dissolved in ac
cordance with law and this charter, it shall b
exist and continue, and shall have and en
joy corporate existence and succession for a
period of ninety-nine (99) years fron add s
after the date of this act. It may have, T
hold, receive, borrow. lend, exchange. ac
quire by grant, gft, or purchase, devise or
bequest, sell alienate, dispose of, convey,
lease, pledge, pawn. hypothecate, encumaber
or mortgage property of any 'kind, whether t
real, personal or mixed. corporeal or ineor
poreal, moveable or immovable, all subject h
to such limitations as may be prescribed *
by law. It may make, issue and indorse e
bonds or nots and other evidences of debt. b
It may accept mortgages, pledges, or other
forms of security for money leaned or other b
debtso It may contract, sue and be sued.
plead or be impleaded by its corporate name
in any court of competet jurisdiction. It a
may, adopt and u- rprte spI and
salter the sae at pleasmre. It may hold
stock In other crperatlons, and its mpital m
stock may be issued for capital stock in
other corpoerations. It may name, appoint a
and employ such managers, directors, of- 8I
ficers, agents - other employees as its a
business and convenience may require, and w
may fix their empeausation, having due re
ard for the mature, ehrsacter and vaus of i
their services. It may make and estab. t
lish by-laws, rules end regulations not in- to
consistent with this charter or any existing vi
law. fixing or. altern the management of
its property te re latien and government C
of its affi, and the manner of the eerti. m
fication and registration of its stock. It is
may wind up and dissolve itself, or be wound
up and dissolved, in the manner prescribed
by law. It may condut business in this a
State, other States, the Federal Districts, the i
territories and. possessions of the United
States, and any forein countries. It en G
erally shall possess all the powers, shts. C
privileges and lmanities which corporations o
are and may hereafter be suthorised to pos
rnas nnder the Constitution and laws of
this State, and particularly under Act No.
7 of the Acts of the General Assembly of "
the State o Ioisiana for te year 1914; and
it shall have the power to invest its Board it
of Directors with all of its corporate powers
suiject to such restrictions as may be named '
in the charter. G
ARTIOLE r.The domicile of this corpora
tion shall be the City of New Orleans, Par
ish of Orleans, State of laouisiana. and all A
citations or other leal procesa shall be
served upon its President, or, in the event
of his absence, upon the First Vice-Presi- ti
dent or, in the event of the absence of both
of said officers, upon the Secretary.
ARTICLE II.--Tbe objects end puroes
for which .this. crportion is organisad are
heTrb declared to be: To drill and operate
for oil, gas and other mineral substances;
to manufacture, refine. prepare for market,
bay, sell and transport the same in the
cude or rernsed condition; to acquire for
these purpoes, ags, oil, and mineral lands,
leases, leaseholds and any other interests
in real estate, as, oil or other aminerals,
and to diapse of or ecmber such lands,
leaseholds or leases in any manner what.
soever; to construct and maintain conduits
and lines of piping and stlorage tanks for
Use transportation aad sterage ofat gas, or
oil for the public generally. as well as for
the use of said corporatian; to transport such
oil and s by meas of such pipes, tank
cars or o.rwse, and to sell and supply tie
same t otlersm ; to buy, lease or oterwise
x aind toen, cud r otherwise die
orat and aintain pig. lines, ondults and
staor tanks to e used fr the purpose of
transporting and setaor ol and gas and of
doing a general pipe li' and storage basi
uese to drill, bore fur, erate ad maintain
gas wells, oil wells, sand wells a mines for
ether minerals, to erate sond maintain ae
fineries for the" rfnag at oil and other
mlerals; generally to buy. sell and deal in
gas, oil ad other mierals; to eeqduct anad
malatala 1 slttway trmways, leraph
msd teleheas lines necemary to or esoveni
et i the pseutia, sad epratios of the
opeen-t to bai end prep for mar
) bette marting thereo, nab
tbr valabe, inerals o materis as may
Se diseared in the development of the land
I ad hlas o tlhe corporatioa; to carry on
for as ed al e said se r the iuaeness
Sb si e eds mare se merchuanlee; and
paerally to do ad trnsacu t all business
soeltr y, Jnludn wih or incidental to ay
La purposes, an hers
ARTI LE IV.-Its gthselsod capital
esock of this ctrp ti as hereby declared
a e the a of Ninety-five Thoasnd Dol
lars (P5.US.U. hMeh I. divided late nad
* aase> &i tl steek halt he fufi
amitae 'sert. M trsero sai d pap
, _e* d a o hs ando afee bas
a ~~fo *all_ Lpwi· t·
the Industrial Canal Zone, running thence
westward along (Gentilly Road, a distance of
about six hundred (60u') feet, and extend
ing back towards Lake l'ontchartrain, he
tween parallel lines, one-half the distance
between the tGentilly Road and the Dwyer
Canal. The oil, gas and mineral lease cov
ering said above described land is hereby
appraised, by the undersigned. constituting
I the Board of Directors of this corporation, at
i the sumt of forty-seven thousand, five hun
dred ($47,500), dollars, and the of
ficers of the corporation are hereby
authorized to issue to said J. Alex
Ruedy iin exchange and payment for
the oil, gas and mineral lease covering said
I land, forty-seven thousand, five hundred
S(47,50t) full paid. non-assessable shares of
the capital stock .f this corporation, of the
par value of one ($l.0U) dollar per share; and
the Secretary of this corporation Is hereby
authorized to accept said lease in the name
and on behalf of the corporation in full pay
ment for said forty-seven thousand, five
hundred (47,5jh) shares of stock.
ARTICLE V.-The business and affairs of
this corporation shall be managed, and all
of the corporate powers thereof shall be vest
ed in and exercised by a Board of Directors
of not less than three 13) nor more than ten
(10) directors, to be elected front among the
stockholders; a majority of the directors at
I any time in office, including the P'resident
and other officers, shall constitute a quorumi.
The said Board of Directors shall elect fromr.
among their number a President, one or more
Vice-Presidents-the number to be determined
each year by each Board of Directors--a
Treasurer and a Secretary. The offices of
Secretary and Treasurer may he combined
by the Board, and- filled by one and the
same person. Neither the Treasurer nor the
Secretary need necessarily be members of
the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors shall have the full
and complete control of the property of this
corporation and they shall conduct, use and
manage the same as in their discretion they
may deem best, if not inconsistent with the
objects and purposes of the Company and
the weltare of same. The said Board of
Directors shall have the further power to
make, alter and annul such by-laws and
regulations for the government of this cor
poration as they may think proper; and
shall have the right to appoint an Executive
Committee to be composed of such number
of directors as they might determine; and
shall have the authority to delegate and
confer on said Executive Committee such
power and authority as they, the said direc
tors, may in their judgment deem necessary
and conducive to the best interest of this
corporation. The Board of Directors shall
have the further power to appoint a general
manager and all agents, clerks or employees
and fix their salaries and compensation, with
term of office, with the right to dismiss them
at pleasure; and the said Board shall have
the further right to fix and determine the
salaries of the several officers herein pro
vided for. Any vacancy occurring in the
Board of Directors shall oc filled by the
remaining members of said Board, for the un- 1
expired term, at any meeting of said Board "
of Directors. Until the first meeting of the
stockholders of this corporation as herein
provided for, or until their successors are
elected and qualified, the following named
constitute the Board of Directors and officers
of this corporation: J. Alex Ruedy, Citi
zens Bank Building, New Orleans; Casper
O. Ruedy, Congress Square Hotel, Portland,
Me.. Hugh V. Donnell, 706 Hibernla Build
ing, New Orleans; with J. Alex Ruedy as
President, Casper 0 Ruedy as Vice-President
and Hugh V. Donenll as Secretary and Treas
ARTICLE VL-On the third Monday of
January 1919, and annually thereafter on the
third Monday of January of each and every
year, a mneting of the stockholders of this
corporation shall be held at its domicile for
the purpose of electing directors for the en
suing year. The said stockholders shall
first by vote, fix the pamber of directors
for theeensuing year, provided the said num
ber is not less than the minimum nor more
than the maximum fixed by this charter, and
after such number has been fixed, then said
stockholders shall duly elect said directors.
The failure, from any cause whatsoever, to
hold the annual meeting of stockholders, or
the failure to elect directors thereat, shall
not dissolve this corporation, but the direc
tors and officers then in office shall re
main in office until their successors shall
have been duly elected, qualified and in
stalled. Special meetings of the stockhold
ers may be called in the manner provided
by law, and all stockholders' meetings shall
be held in aecordance with, and in the man
ner provided by, the by-laws of the corpora.
ARTICLE VIL.-This charter may be
amended enad the eapital stock of this ear
pmrstion may be ineceased or decreased, or
this esapranies may be dissolved, in the
ta and anuer provided by law.
CLE III.-No stockholder of this
eorperation shall ever be held liable or re
sponsible for the contracts or faults of this
cerporation, in any farther sum than the
unid balance of stock for which he has
ribed, nor shall any mere informality
in organisation have the effect of rendering
this charter nun or of exposing stockholders
to any liability other than as above pro
Thus done and passed. in my office, at the
City of New Orleans, eIasilans, on the day,
month and year hereiu(bove first written,
in th reseaeee of Edward Hare, and Mar
t MGmth, competent witnesses, who
hereuntsign their names with said appear
er and me, Notary, after due reading of
Witnesses: Edwmad Hare. wararet Me
CGl idue " A. udy
I, the uodeseiged. Ber of Mortgaes
in and for the parish of Orleans StLt-of
Louiinau , C auereby certify that the above
and f.eRgo A Act of laorporation, of the
enstal, Ban B Oil Corlany, Inorpoated,
m6tXML . I MNAR D, D 2.
(A Se .d) -F N W M . HART, Not
Dec 51219-)6; Jan. 3-9.
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Dtdre oor omd--dtmr- -
aaln os. We ae fored to ae
rifle ow pre sent stock 1 order
to make roou for the mew ship
pts. Take advaaMage of these
prims the aMt few dais, e they
wil rot lasIt et er
Steel wli qrualg, with siats
attachet; tIs say bed ..... re
Welt Mattvre.ss, weighing 45
puad t; valued at 12.50. . .m
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t. KT Up
, s-., . - ... v. .al ed
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or, sad hrasw els . .Ig Up
Cok nvalued at $1.5o
per ara uuse to -T.... ie
i.E * uowtere oak. WAss Up
ilk lam in
Scarcity of Workers
Mexican Women to
1besign n ob women, nom- ish pseaking 1m , r
uaaestsadai Ameris living end working oonmUtios my
Iatita, of the 1on womme's Chrkth Assoot5a 'St I
ered oa sam Annsls, Tans, al SpaobbspsakLLg u -
Glas is made of dlfferent qualities of material is
and other goods. The lenses whichare ground out of
should be made of the highest trade and ground t
We profess to handle the highest grade of lsss .
optical specialists. When you are fitted with a p*
you have the best in Quality, Style, and Comfort. j1s
properly fitted with the best by one who knows. ,
If you buy a pair of IRO~ RT'S Eye glasses w
will protect and preserve your eyes.
PHONE MAIN 4r70
H. J. ROBBE
Smr-on and ened ametio
I Uder Stat. Banklag Depertasat
Organized in 1907.
True Co-operation has placed us forUmoe
the Homesteads and Building and Loua
tions of the Country.
Our Gteth has never been equalled
Homestead or Building and Loan
Louisiana and is adequate evidence that
approve and adopt our teachings.
There's a Reason. We are the only
'or building and Loan Association in _I
lends money at less than 7% per annul M
bonus or premium. s
We are the largest Homestead in Li
time in operation-I- years
Assets over $1,000,000.0
We don't owe $i.oo to any Bank. -i
Economical end Efficient
pay no salary to our President and no
our attorney, being a purely motsal
operated exclusively for the benefit of a__
Now's Your Oppo_..__ _.V:"
weekly or monthly payments, same as
Dixie HllistOad Assec~
WIlLIAM J. SONNEMA,