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1121 CLARA STREFF, 2657 -2658 ORD R OAL N W 11 2657 2658 OKE - ANTHRACITE - WOOD BEFORE AND AFTER \E'- STS TI-REE MItES Hoe \/HAT - AN' 'Nt- AiaE 17'r TrS WOrTrH TM-' TRIP- GOSH DEACASATN 1 t) TIK ACROSS SIBERIA N' \ý\ T I' K cotS'GtI N' zear~ 'o FnAs picH WINOS . NOT H -( MAY 8~7E~Att mBACc AGAIN 33UST U 'PEND A EIYuc NAT~EAW4N QN SNQNEI cGH t CIOUPLA HOURS W~1- M1UAE I wOUw111 WILL1 YEou ON AA CNINE NOAeE O GU N 'C tG Co C C,t o Ic Cement Flower Pots WEIDIG'S BARGAIN BIKE HOUSE Bikes $30.00 $1.25 601-03 Dauphine St. Phone Hem. 904 Grape Design Bicycles - Flower Pots - Typewriters Tires $1.50 Ju-t Folks By EDGAR A. GUMST DADDIES. I would rather be the daddy Of a romping, rougish crew, Of a bright-eyed chubby laddie And a little girl or two Than the monarch of a nation In his high and lofty seat Taking empty adoration From the subjects at his feet I would rather own their kisses As at night to me they run Than to be the king who mlasses All the simpler forms of fun. When the dreary day is ending Be Is dismally alone, But when my sun is descending There are Joys for me to own. Be ayride to horns and drupta g, I must walk a quiet street, But when once they see me comitn Then on Joyous flying feet They come racing to me madly And I catch them with a swing And I say it proudly, gladly, That Im happier than a kig. Sea may talk of loty places, YTo may boast of pomp and poewe. Me may turn their eager face To the glory of an hour, But give me the humble station With its joys that long survivl ir the daddies of the nation Am the happlest men alive. (Ceprrisht by Edgar A. Geest. -WWht They Mesa 0i YOU DREAM OP CHILDREN? N3ARLT all those who claim to be eV versed In the atairn of Dream. .pid declare the damechild to be a essing. There are other-a tfew old yide-who sem to look upon dream. ebren from the viewpoint of a mod. sW landlord of the actual world. Ac. esdlog to the majority it is a good emea to beer or se many children laughing and playing about the house. et-dreams. The little ones will bring Ssuceses and if you join In their play there is much happiness in store r you; especially If you have no chil GNn of your own. To the childless married and to the unmarried the dreamchild brings all the happiness and good fortune which actual chill dean ought to, and frequently do not, bring their parents. Girls are thought to be a luckier omen than boys; but both mean good fortune-and be sure to play with them if possible. " It is not necessary, however, to dngm of seeing children in order to be fortunate: though for a generally, allround good luck dream there s-ould be many of them. To dream at a single child means, If you are mar. rled, that one is soon to be born to yea. If the child is pretty. geat pleas. We and considerable good fortune await you. If the child is ugly the nmes is not so favorable. If you have a child sad dream of seing one In illness it is a warning to yea to look more carefully and with better judgment after your Child's health. This is the generally accept ed.rule regarding drem-children. The old grouches on the other hand, my that to dream of talking with a lst of children means losses, and to e a child at its mother's breast, ill Se., If you are not more caremtl of Shealth, Hloweer, the lovers of the dream-child are in a peat Wajl (Copyrltht.) -0 Just In 8tyle. ' OCustomer Trying on New Dress .mt you think It makes .in. look t ['ghu~sh and lnnocent? 54lut.-Ob . as made.. Qatis simmetral It Is Impossible to achieve by doing less than one's best. It matters not whether one's Job be to stoke a furnace, pound a typewriter, handle tools, tend looms, dig coal, run an engine, answer correspondence, teach children, sweep the streets, preach, plow, sell goods or edit a publication, the work can be done in a way that ennobles character or in a way that degrades it, says Forbes Magazine, Not the nature of the work but the nature of the spirit in which the work to done counts. No man or woman who Is doing superior work ever feels superior to that work. It is he who is doing work in a way that is not worth doing who feels that the work is not worth doing. Were Carlyle alive today he could not write a trud or more timely ,word than this. "Work Is the grand cure for all the maladies and miseries that ever beset mankind -honest work which you intend get ting done." India expects to harvest the great eat wheat crop in its history. The present forecast is for a total yield of 876884,000 bushels. This is 35 per cent more than was grown In the same country last year, and the harvest is so dose at hand that there is not much danger of loss. Is the vital task of Aling the world's bread basket India will play a consplcuous part. This is very good news, but it should not betray Americans ,nto either gluttony o lazy optimism. The world's wheat crop is much better than it seemed likely to be, but It is still a good ways short of what the world would be glad to use. Every wheat-saving substitute that can be grown-and there are mar-should be planted to the larg at possible extent. The beating of the swords of the great war into plowshares and the pears into pruninghooks is certainly going on apace. Thus, take the great engineering firm in France which has lately purchased from the British, French and Belgian governments enor. nous quantities of ammunition ranging from bombs and other projectiles up to 16-inch shells. Why? In order to "convert" them. The steel will be sold as scrap. The cordite will be burned. but the ammonium nitrate will be used as fertilizer. Shrapnel bullets are to be melted down and made into spoons sad forks. The Egyptians treat their women as ser. And a member of parliament, who has been making a tour of Egypt, says not without reason, that a nation which enslaves its own women is not it to govern itself. It may not be a strictly logical argument for the Eng lish to use, but, at least, it is a human one. And the human impresses more than the logical. It is not at all likely that say American military attache gave $20,000 to any Japanese official for any map of gay "far eastern country." One sim ple but sufficient reason for discredit ing the story is that this country never supplies its representatives with a bribery fund and never pays them enough to enable them to do any brib ing that is worthy of menotil, A famous French astronomer says the unrest of the nations is due to a ."ever on the sum." Proprietors of Ieed drink parlors who have been playing to empty seats mostly this samson were under the impredssion tat tt had had a chill High prices and the dry law tadi sate that te campaign cear will be slarce this year and the ampag rink obsolete, It painted stockligs are worn to say Iertent this summer, many mosquites at summer resorts will die of palater's cbol. (Copyright.) SHAMELESS CONFESSION. We're bound to own the truth, although It makes our pride rise up and fret; We've knocked about a lot, and no Woman has tried to steal us yet. Why a Bachelor Is. "Why did you never marry?' "Well, you see, whenever I bought anything I always saw something I liked better, right afterward. I was afraid it would be that way In mar rlage, so I Just didn't" THE SCIENTIFIC FARMER "Mary, you've simply got to keep our children in bettee health or not let them play around my sanitary dairy Marmi" ee He Wanted to Know. "PawT "Yes, Gervase." "Is having a crick in your back anyS thing like having a stream-llned body?" FINNIGIN FILOSOFY If yes lot to-morrs 8* by rid oat avia' added a partcleo av Joy to aMrywan's lile, I mivwr wahkt yes t' shpao t' m aginl Hung, Nothin'i "Did young Daubalelgh ever get any of his paintings hung?' "Hung? I should ay so. His ciga rette advertisements are hanging in e- [ ery tobacconist's in the country." What the Sphinx Says. By Newton Newkirk. "Every employer pays his em ployees for knowing cer tain things which they ask him about." CHARTER. AMENDMENT TO CHARTER OF a SOUTHERN CABINET & FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. United States of America. State of Lou isiana, Parish of Orleans, City of New Or leans. lie It known. That on this 13th day of the Month of January. in the year a one thousand nine hundred and twenty-l one, and of the Independence of the United a States of America the one hundred and i forty-fifth. Before me. Eldon S. Lasarus. I a notary public, duly commissioned and , qualified In and for the Parish of Orleans, I State of Louisiana, therein residing, and 4 In the presence of the witnesses herein- a after named and undersigned, personally I came and appeared. Louis M. Adler and I Joseph C. Behre. President and Secretary- a Treasurer, respectively, of Southern Cabi- [ net & Furniture Company, Ine., a corpora- 1 tion created under the laws of the State a of Louisiana, by act before Joseph Lauten schlaeger. Notary Public for the Parish of Orleans, on July 15th. 1907, recorded in Mortgage Once Book 881. Folio 144, and amended by act before the undersigned notary, on November 28th. 1919. recorded in Mortgage Office Beeook 1231, Folio 74 and again amended by act before Rudolph J. Weinmann, notary public for the Par. ish of Orleans, on February 14th. 1920, re- a corded in Mortgage Once Book 1256, Flio - 405. And the said appearers, acting in their said capacities, and in behalf of said cor poration, by virtue of authority conferred on them by the stockholders of said com pany on the 10th day of January, 1921. as I will more fully appear by a certified copy of the resolutions adopted at the said meeting of stockholders which is annexed hereto, declared that a general meeting of I the stockholders of the said Southern Cab- I Iset & Furniture Company, Inc.. was duly I convened and held at the ofce of sail corporation in the City of New Orleans an , the 10th day of January, 1981. for the pur pose of considerlhg the making of certain I changes and amendments to the charter of said company; that at said meetlog the a said stockholders unapimously voted to a amend the charter thereeof. adio athor ise the said appearers to come efore me, the undersigned notary public, to preserve a and embody Ia dee legal form, the said ac tion ofat the atockholders. The said appear ere aceordingly further declared that the have appeared before me, notuTy utble, nader the authorisationa aoresad, for the purpose of embodytin Ia proper ad an thentic trm the action eo te stockholders in alterllg and ameadngs Astelesa IlU md IV of the charter of the saM Compny. s that said artLs slhall heeafter sa sad be as foflows: "ARTICLU II-The ir a stock of this c worosad- s fusS ahue i .5 osvesty4oo tk .usal W adoI. CHARTER. lar-. div-ided inlto .ven lllhundred :land fifty 1T-,4b hair,. of the par vaint, of one huln dr,.d I$1415.s1) doIllar n share All of the said stck shall ie 'colInnon stok. Said rok sha;ill be paid for in ca:-i or its *.ltivialetit its provided by low. ainl in such :thnner lil at subh tin.- and In ill1'h ii stallltentl I,4 tray ib' prescribed by the I:lard of l)ire.,tor.. "':TIt'I.E IV.--The corporate powers of this co nllll4 : y. and 10 the lll.ia l t llcn t ent of it, aftlairs shall be e, xrilsed by and ye-tled in :a IBoard of i ire-tors. np.ii.osed of not les thro ltive. nor lilIre thian tie stock holders. n majority of whomli shall i'n.lsti tutle ia quorlum for the transact:ion of all blillne-.. The liir.-tors shall hie ,electedi annually by aiillo,t by the toclkholderst on the tit-I Mlondiay in Jul the the- etings to 4e held Ilunder suchti rules a ni:y be pro vilded by theii, Ilord. :ieach stockiholder be nllc entitled to one) vote for eaich shailre of stock owned by himin. Anlly vacancyl' occur rinlig on thle Itloard shall be filled by the rlemallingIn Irirettors for the unexplired termi." Thus done and passed at my ofhe, in th e 'tty of New Orleans. Stat;e of Lou isiana. in theil preslnce of Messrs. Herblert S. Weil alnd IGeorge W. Sinlons. compelltent witnesses, who hereunto sign their names withl the said appearers and me, notary. on the day and date first above written, after due reading of the whole. (Olriginal signed.) Louis M. Adler. Pres ident; Jos. C. ltehre. Secretary-Treasurer. Witnesses: Herbert 8. Well, Geo. W. Simons. ELDON 8. LAZARUSI. Not. Pub. I. the undersigned. Recorder of Mort gages. In anld for the Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana. do hereby certify that the above and foregoing Act of Amendment of the Southern Cabinet & Furniture Co.. Inc.. was this day duly recorded in my office in Book 1253. Folio 40. New Orleans. January 18. 1921. (Signed.) ROBT. SCOTT. Dy. Rec. This charter has been recorded in the office of the Secretary of State on Febru ary 1d] 1921. in book "Record of Charters 101. folio -." A true copy. (Signed.) ELDON 8. LAZARUS, Not. Pub. Feb. 17-Mcb. 24. AMENDMENT TO CHARTE3L OF FAMOUS MANUFACTURING COM PANY, INC. U'nited States of America. State of Lou Isiana, Parish of Orleans. City of New Or. leans. lie it known. Thataon thia 6th day of the month of February. in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty one. and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and forty-fifth, before me. Herbert 8. Well. a notary public, duly commissioned and qualified in and for the Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, therein residing, and in the presence of the witnesses herein after named and undersigned. personally came and appeared Lewis E. Schwarz and Jesse Rosenfeld. President and Secretary Treasurer, respectively. of the Famous Manufacturing Company. Inc., a corpora tion created under the laws of the State of Louisiana. by act before Jacob P. Dres ner. notary public. on. February 14th, 1917. recorded in Mortgage Office Book 1206, Folio 192. and amended by act before BIer trand I. Cahn. notary public, on December llth. 1917. recorded in Mortgage Office Book 1219. Folio - . and the said appear ers. acting in their said capacities. and in behalf of said corporation, by virtue of authority conferred on them by the stock holders of said company on the 31st day of January. 1921. as will more fully appear by a certified copy of the resolutlpna adopted at the said meeting of stockhold ers which is annexed hereto, declared that a general meeting of the stockholders of the said Famous Manufacturing Company. Inc.. was duly convened and held at the office of said corporation in the City of New Orleans on the 31st day of January. 1921. for the purpose of considering the making of certain changes and amend ments to the charter of said company; that at said meeting the said stockholders unanimously voted to amend the charter thereof, and to authorise the said appear era to come before me, the undersigned notary public, to preserve and embody in due legal form, the said action of the stockbholders. The said appearers accord ingly further declared that they have w peared before me. notary pdblic, under the authorisation aforesaid, for the purpose of embodying in proper and authentic form the action of the stockholders in altering and amending Article III of the Charter of the said company, so that said article shall hereafter read and be as follows: "ARTICLE III.-The capital stock of this corporation is hereby fied at the sum of one hundred and twenty thousand ($120.00400) dollars, divided into and rep resented by twelve hundred (1200) shares of stock of the par value of one hundred (%*10) dollars each, and when issued shall be paid for in cash or property ,or the equivulsat thereto. All stock certifi cates Isuned shall bear the signatures of two smeg of the corporation. All stock shall M! in ued as full paid and non-as sesaabit! and no transfer thereof shall be binding on the cotporation, uiless and un til recorded- on its books. No stockholder of this corporation shall sell or offer for sale his stock to any ptrson until he shall have firat offered it to the stockholders of this corporation ,through the Beard of Di rectors, at its then book value, and the Board of Directors and other stockholders shall have Ifteeu fall days time for the conaderation of such ofer. The stock holders to whom such stock may e offered ,or purchllase, through the Board of DI. rectors, shall be entitled to purchase the stock so ofRered in the proportion of the capital stock of the corporatiea owned by them at the time sunch ofer of sale is sub mitted. '"The right ofi voting by proxy, nd all by Act 26? of 1914. shall be onioeed by ghe stockholdera of this corpoeatio." Thua done and paneed at my fIlee, in the City o New Orlemu, 8tate of Iu ilatla, in the preseae of Messrs. ieon S Lintr's and org W. Smoema soupe irt sove written, after due r9 e ag (Oti I awlignnd. , 5. bewr. I.· -; (Otql ·..-. isslk *. lmll. tl CHARTER. l're--ii.it. Js-e Itvrsenfeld, Secretary Trer'.i g,.r. Witnss,.-s: Eldon S. Lazarus. Geo. W. Silu lfn-. IIEiL:EItT S. WEIL. Not. Pub. I. the undersignedL. Itcorde.r of Iort gages. in iand for the I'ari-h of 4irleans. itate of Louisin lia. o hereby 'ertify that the ishore and forego.inl. .'At of .ntmndmnlnt of hl# Fanious M1nanuf.turing C'o.. Inc.. wa. this day duly re.corded in my olrtie in 1:ouk 12.t. Folio 1:;2. New 4(rle:an. Feb. 7th. 1921. (sligned.) ItOlT. SCOTT. Dy. Itec. A true copy. (seat.) IiEItltEItT S. -WEIL, Not. Pub. 1el,. 17-. -hi. 24. AMENDMJENT TO CHARTER OF (GILLlCAN-CHIPLEY COMPANY, INC. State of Louisia na. Parish of Orleans. City of New Orleans. lie it known. That on tihis the 2nd day of the month of Feb ruary. in the year of our Lord, one thous and nine hundred and twenty-one. and of the Independence of the United States of .America. the one hundred and forty-fifth, be,-fore me. Charles F. Fletchinger, a notary public. duly commissioned and qualified, 4n and for the city, parish and State afore said. therein residing, and in the presence of the witqesses hereinafter named and on dersigned. personally came and appeared Messrs. W. It. (Gillican and J. A. Taylor, both of lawful age and residents of the City of New Orleans. hereto appearing in their respective capacities as the Chairman and Secretary of a meeting of the stock holders of Glllican-Chipley Company. Inc.. a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Louisiana, by act before W. Morgan Ourley, notary public, dated November 22. 1906. duly recorded in Mortgage Oflce, Book 877, folio 50, which said appearers severally declared that a meeting of the stockholders of Gillican ('hipley Company, Inc., was held and con vened at the office of said company, in the City of New Orleans, on the 31st day of January 1921. after -compliance with all legal requisites, at which meeting there were present in person or by proxy all the outstanding stock of the corporation; and that upon motion duly made and sec onded it was unanimously resolved that Article IV of the Charter of said corpora tion be amended so as to increase the cap ital stock of said corporation from one million ($1.000.000) dollars to five million ($I.000,000) dollars. thus making said Ar ticle IV. as amended, read as follows: ARTICLE IV.-The capital stock of this corporation is hereby fixed at five million (1$.000.000) dollars. divided into fifty thous and (50.000) shares of the par value of one hundred ($100)) dollars each, to be paid for u monpey. or its equivalent, at the time of its issuance. or to be issued full paid or non-assessable in the payment of rights or property or franchises or con cessions bought by or transferred to this corporation, or for services actually ren dered to it. All transfers of stock shall be made on the books of the corporation, subject to the by-laws governing them. The calLtai stock of the corporation may be increased or decreased by a two-thirds (2-3) vote of the stock issue at a general meeting, after thirty (30) days' notice sent to the stockholders as herein pro vided. The amount to which the capital stock of this corporation may be increased is hereby fixed at the amount of seven million ($7.000.000) dollars. Said appearers further declared that in addition to the passage of the resolution authorizing the amendment to the charter in the manner and to the extent' herein above set forth, they were also authorized. directed and empowered to appear before a notary public. for the purpose of carry Ing out and giving effect to said amend ment by having the same placed in authen tic form and thereafter recorded and pub lished in conformity with the existing pro visions of law relating thereto, as will more fully appear from the resolution adopted at said stockholders' meeting, a certified copy whereof is hereto attached for reference. Said appearers further declared that in conformity with the authority conferred upon them, as aforesaid, they have ap peared before me, notary, for the purpose of having the amendment to the charter of the corporation placed in authentic form, and they do hereby declare that the char ter of Gillican-Chipley Company, Inc., was at said meeting of the stockholders amend ed, changed, altered and re-enacted in the manner and to the extent herelabefore set out and they now desire and request me. notary, to receive and to record said amendment.aetording to law, to serve and avail as the future may or shall require. Thus done and passed,-at my ofce. in the City of New Orleans. on the day, month and year first herelaahove written, in the presence of Burt -W. Bery and Erneatine Woringen, competent witnessed, who hereunto signed their names, together with said appearers and me, notary, after due reading of the whole. (Original aglned,) W. B. Olllican, Chair man. J. A. Taylor. Secretary. Witnesses: Burt W. Henry. E. Worin gen. CHAS. F. FLETCHINGER, a Notary Public. I. the undersigned, Recorder of Mort gages, in and for the Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing Act of Amendment to the Charter of Gillican-Chipley Comrn pany. Inc., was this day duly recorded in my omce ha Book 1263. Folio - . New Orleans. Feb. 7. 1921. A true copy.ROBERT COTT, Dy. R. CHAB. F. FLETCHINOER. Feb. 17-k. . Notary Public. AMENDMENT TO CllATER OF PUOUNIX DEVEL OPMENT COMPAN. United States of America, State of Lou iihana. ]srish of Orleans. Be it known. That on this ith day of the month of Feb ruary, in the year of ear Lord, one thobas and nine hndred and twenty-one, and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and fert-Sith, boore mn Watta K. Leveck, a notary ._blic. duly ommluas and qunlied. c f u r the aforesd lsh ad State, and tn the prseaee of the witnenses here Smatter named and un6Uined peeionoafy ae an appea ed , se a. n an CHARTER. $.s -rv-tiry of the 'hoenix Development hi ('Colmpa;y. hy virtue of resolutions iased el •at it tneetiug of the stockholders of tlw ni said P'hoenix evelopmennt ('omlpany. called el piurs.uant to due notite. on the 9th day of si February. 1921. the saidl Phoenix Ievelop- ni latent ('ompnllany being a corporatiotn oirgan- pl Ized by act passed before Fred ('. Mlarx. . Notary Public. under date of Mlay 31st. ti 1902. and recorded in Mortgage Office (took tI 723. Folio --, New Orleans. Loaulsina. h The said A.hrom Kalplan and the said Istatc c .M. Liichtenstein. tating as 'hairman and a Secretary respec'tively of said leeting. de- p clared that at said meeting of the stock- It holders held as aforesaid and according to A law. and the charter of said curlororation. o all as will more fully appear by reference li to at certified copy of the pIroceedaings of re said meeting hereto annexed and made C part heredf. it was voted by the uinanimaou 1 vote of all the stockholders and representa- t( tives at the said meeting that Article VI pl of the charter of this corporation be ai antended so as to read as follows: C ARTICLE VI.-"AIll the corporate pow- al ers of said corporation shall be vested in T and exercised by at Board of Dlirectors of Ni not less than nine (9) nor more than eleven a4 (11) stockholders, to be elected annually hi on the second Tuesday of May of each year. a1 All such elections shall be by ballot, and at conducted under the supervision of two 01 commissioners to be appointed by the at Board of Directors for that purpose, of C which election ten (10) days' prior notice Pl shall have been given by the Secretary to ti each stockholder by notice sent to his last al known address and by ten days' notice W published in one of the daily newspapers of the City of New Orleans. Louisiana; each share of stock will be entitled to one t vote, to be cast by the owner either in per son or by proxy. The Directors thus elect- it ed shall serve and continue in oice until 0 their successors shall have been elected and qualified. A failure to bold the meet- It ing or to elect Directors on the date above cl specified shall not dissolve the corporation, but the then Directors shall continue to hold their ofces until their successors shall have been elected and qualified. 0 "Vacancies occurring in said Board from gl whatever cause shall be filled by the re- I maining Directors, and any Director who hi may be compelled to be absent may ap- d point, under written proxy, another Di- t rector or shareholder to act in his proxy tl on said Board and exercise for the time tl being all the powers of such absent Di- a rector. Five Directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of any busi- cl ness. The said Board of Directors shall t( make all by-laws, rules and regulations t for the government of the business and af- tl fairs of the company, and alter, amend and 8 change the same at pleasure. They shall have power to buy, sell, mortgage. pledge * and lease all property, real. persobal or ca mixed, corporeal or incorporeal, whenever In their judgment they may deem such ac tion necessary and proper; to issue bonds and obligations or assume the same; to make all necessary leases, contracts and agreements; hire, employ and discharge all d officers, lerks, agents and employees; and a fix all salaries and compensation, and gen- v erally to do all things necessary in the I premises for the transaction of the busi- d ness and affairs of the company." N And the said appearers declared that b they appeared before me, the undersigned ti notary public, for the purpose of placing P the said amendment in authentic form, to cl the end that the same might be recorded 1. and established according to law. at Thus done and passed, at my office. n t the City of New Orleans, on the day, tl month and year herein first above written, I in the presence of Albert Mackle and J. W. A Barkduil, competent witnesses, who have b hereunto subscribed their names, together P with me. notary, and said appearers, after el due reading of the whole. tU (Original signed.) A. Kaplan, I. M. g M. Lichtenstein. hi Witnesses: Albert Mackle, J. W. Bark- at dull. WATTS K. LEVERICH, C Not. Pub. I. the undersigned. Recorder of Morft gages, in and for the Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, do hereby certify that si the above and foregoing Act of Amendment of the Charter of the Phoenix Develop ment Company was this day duly recorded in my office, in Book 1253. Polio -. New Orleans. La.. February 10th. 1921. P (Signed.) ROBT. SCOTT, Dy. Ree. ' true copy. (Seal.) WATTS K. LEVERICIH, S b. 17-Mch. 24. . Not. Pub. AMENDMENT TO CHAETUR OP g AUBIET MOTOR CA COMPIANT, IN. CORPO3ATED. ti C United States of America, 8tate of Lou- I1 isiana, Parish of Orleans, City of New Or leans. Be it known, That on this thirty first day of the month of December, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hun dred and twenty, and of the Independence of the United States of America the one The Johnson Iron Works, Ltd. NEW OE8RANS, LA. Bailders of Tag, Barges, River Steamboats Coastrmasdl Yard, Barou St. John. Mars Repair Plant with Wharf and Derrick FaclUt.e Situated em the Misiasippi River at Algiers, La. , P. O. Drawer 40 Telephone Algidae IK Buy UNION MADE SHOES for Men and Boys AT SCHUMACHER'S 106= ROY A Lo 0 T REET- 106 CHARTER. hundred and forty-fourth, before me. Fram. cls P. Burns, a notary public, duly ean. nmissioned and qnaliti,.d. In and for thb city and the parish of Orleans, therein re siding and in the presence of the wit. nsses hereinafter named and undersigned, personally came and appeared Robert L .\uhert, President. and Robert (. Rebes. tisch. Secretary-Treasurer. who declare that at a special meeting of the stock. holders of Aubert Motor Car Company, In. corporated. a corporation organized by an act passed before Francis P. Burns, notary public, on June 1. 1920. recorded in . 0. it. 1242, folio 420. held at the offce of aid Aubert Motor Car Company. Incorporated, on Dhecember 15th. 1920. they were autho. ized as President and Secretary-Treaate, respectively,. of said Aubert Motor Cy Company. Incorporated, as appears by eopy ft the resolution of thie stockholders here. to attached and made part hereof, to sp pear before me, notary, for the purpose i amending the said charter of Aubert Mete Car Company, Incorporated, and the said appearers, as President and Secretary. Treasurer, respectively, of the sid Aabe Motor Car Company. Incorporated, sad acting In said capacities aforesaid and -a behalf of said corporation, by virtue of the authority conferred upon them at the atle said special meeting of the stockholder of Aubert Motor Car Company, Incorpler ated. declared that Article Four of th Charter of said Aubert Motor Car Can. pany, Incorporated, passed before me, no. tary, on June 1 1920. has been chanaed. altered and amended to read as follows, i. wit: ARTICLE IV.-"The capital stock .1 thin corporation is hereby fixed at the sam of ten thousand ($10,000.00) dollars, divided into one hundred shares of the per vaes of one hundred ($100.00) dollars each, pre vided that the amount to whic hthe ap. Ital stock of this corporation may be Ian creased shall be twenty thousand ($3," 000.00) dollars. Fifty per cent to the ag Ital stock of this corporation mast be sa scribed for before the filing o the aritcls of incorporation. The subscribed eapial stock of this corporation shall be payhabi in cash, property, real or personal, or fir arevie performed or rendered. Me stea. holder shall ever be held liable or mee sible for the faults, contracts or debts of this corporation in any fuarther sum -th the unpaid balance due the corporatli a the shares of stock subscribed for by his, nor shall any mere informality in the m ganaiation have the effect of readering charter null or of exposing any sha to any liability whatsoever. This esepe tion shall not engage in business uat iW thousand ($5,000.00) dollars of the ea-al stock shall have been issued, and actlah paid In. either n cash, property or m-inB as aforesid. If any the ostck eI -*g corporation is exchanged, in whole or part, for property or good will, that event the provisions of section I3 Aft 267 of 1914 shall be strictljr complied with. And the said appearrer morsreer d elared that in consequence of the foreselg and pursuant to the authority ia the vested by the stockholders of said Ahest Motor Car Company, Incorporated, Step do hereby formally declare pubitely a make known that in the manner prneserb by law and agreeable to the previsids o the charter of said Aubert Motor Car O pany, Incorporated. Article Four eof a charter, passed before me, notary, a 50 1, 1920. has been changed, alterd ad amended as hereinabove set forth and wt ten, and they do hereby direct and re.l that the above stated change and siaI& meat of Article Four of the cbarter d Aubert Motor Car Company, Incerporasd be recorded and published in the masr prescribed by law, to the end that the idM change and amendment hereafter and It I times be as hereinabove set forth, 8O rt rards all persons that are now or 5 m hereafter become stockholders of the $sI said company. Thus done and passed at my oice, is the City of New Orleans, on the day, mu5l and year herein first above written, tl presence of St. Clair Adams and J. IL 8wing, competent witnesses, who bhNse sign their names with the said appear and me, notary, after a reading of She whole. (Original signed.) Robert L. Aeh- President; Robert G. Rebentlach, Spw' tary-Treasurer. Witnesses: St. Clair Adams, J. IL Swing. FRANCIS P. BURN. Notary pabSe. I, the undersigned Recorder of Mod gages, in and for the Parish of Or15 State of Louisiana, do hereby certify the above and foregoing act of ameesd of Incorporation of the Aubert Motoe r Company, Inc., was this day duly reor in my office in Book 1246. folio -. New Orleans. Jan. 4th. 1921. (Signed.) R)OBT. SCOTT, D. IL A true copy: FRANCIS P. BURNS. Notary Pubi1 Jan. 13-Feb. 17.