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as It Does New Orleans. A fast delivery service (trucks leave the store every day at 2 o'clock) puts the Holmes store next door to every per son living across the river from New Orleans. Goods may be bought by mail or telephone. Orders re ceived in the morning are sent out the same afternoon. Shoppers from over the river, when they come to Holmes are shown that splendid courtesy which has been the prime factor in building this institution. Whether you buy by mail, over the telephone or in per son, Holmes welcomes you, and will serve.you well. D. H. Holmes Co. '~WMN,, LIMITED .. '' AT THE THEATRES' -'4 15 . . ...... . . . .... .. Donald Foster and Helen Menken In "THREE WISE FOOL" at Tulame next week "T•HRE WISE POOlS." Bearing the Broadway stamp of emphatic, approval, "Three Wise Iools," Austin Strong's delectable Iamedy, comes to the Tulane thea tie for the week starting Sunday nlght. There will be matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Not only is it a play with a record 883 performances in New York, as well as long engagements in Chica o;, Philadelphia, Boston and other U eaenters, but it comes here with te original cast. The title refers to three staid old baehelors, prosperous and distin gmlshed-a Judge, a physician and a ~aseer, who share one residence, - old-fashioned home in Washing Square, the stronghold once of York's ultra-conservatives, and vio. like the "Three Guardsmen" of are "one for all and all for SThese three old codgers have diowed the procession of progress by; they live in the old con I rat of the preceding gea each of the three having love to the same girl and lost. three live with her memory ever as the one great event ot Helr At her death, a daughter Is be. for adoption to these old and her advent into their revelatloalsed their lives. To more of the plot would be detroat from many pleasant sur In store. "lhree Wise Pools' has three Im elements to indorse it to It was written by Aus Streos, who already has a sum et meritorious plays to his It was produced by John who Is also credited with o" win i ts third year roeadway, "Taru to the Right," Me,' and' other suesases; will be seem here with the eempany, which Include tingkwater. Barry Da ve NBward Gould. Helen MeNakes, oster., Wallae ertune, Vmeent, Miaaln*iealaley, Gearry. arry Iigshton, sEar lmeman, Herbert Saunders am SW. i. .c . a ss-al t a S giSt se -a d rsm.le M P·pir - "th ORPHEUM THEATRE. The eight acts coming next Mon day to inaugurate the new policy are fortunate examples of what is meant by a balanced diet of vaude ville. To begin with-there's two differ ent kinds of headliners. Bert Clark and Flavia Arcaro, two of the most celebrated comico musical entertainers in America. Their act is a poem-gem in a setting of fun. And Nobody other than Corinne Tilton, you know, "The Chat terbox Girl," in a ,colorful, musical, beautiful fantasy, "A Chameleon Revue." A bevy of sweet accom plices will assist Miss Tilton. The revue is just a little of "this" and a bit of "that," with that well adorned team, Benny and Weston, as "This" and "That." There's no argument about it anyone who seeks this show and doesn't fall in love with Elsie White ought to see a love doctor and get cured. No bill would be complete without a couple of nuts, and that's exactly what Babcock & Dolly are. They're the quintessence of nutness, and their exhibition of their talents in that direction is called "On the Boulevard." "Merrymaking to the American Theatre-Goers" is the trade of Blge low & Clinton, another instance of next week's variety. Ed and Mack Williams are brothers in talent. In their work they have attained an almost unbe lievable degree of perfection. Paul Levan & Miller have a nov elty act which would be spoiled if too much were said about it. PALACE TIEATtEB. For the new bill on Thursday there comes something new in musi cal revues. i is "The Shamrock and Thistle Revue", which com blhee the prettiness p Irish musc with the gaiety of a Keltie Pine Band. Rose Mara us eomedsne, provides a wealth of huamo and s-g and eighhttads and lassies keep up the merriment to the satirrang music of the bend. thet is mesh special senery and the act, Is a big oe. Mllt Collns In "The Patriot", pro ides as amusing mesmdl ge Mr. Colliue is very tfnal at this sort of thing and in his ofaet In aoms the table he mere then a kes se*d. !e uha aw"ri "we eS a int as Ep Imothe M 4ee o REFORM OF PARISH GOVERNMENT URSED DEL.ATES TO CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION HEAR PROMI NENT SPEAKERS. WOULD END SCHOOL BOARD Two Ordinances Introduced Provide For Commission , Form of Rule Delegates Meeting Clear the Decks Fur Action. Baton Rouge, La.-Wlth organizra ton perfected and a set of rules put into effect, the Constitutional Conven. tion has cleared its decks for the se rious business for which it is called into existence-that of writing a new fundamental law for Louisiana. Some of the big issues that con. bront the delegates have begun to show themselves. One of these is parish goprnment reform. Two or8ai nances on that subeJct were introduo ed recently, one by Mr. Clinton of Tensas and one by Mr. Hardtner of LaSalle. Both ordinances provide for commission government for parishes and abolish police juries and school boards. Mr. CUnton's ordinance fol lows: "All of the business affairs of the seven parishes, including public schools, shall be governed by a com mission composed of three commis. sloners, who shall be elected by the duly qualiled electors of the partsh. "The commissioners shall be known as the commissioner of finance, the ommissioser of public work and prop. rt'y, andtae commslsioner of educa. don. "They shall hold office for a term I of four years sad shall receive for their services such salary as may be fixed by the General Assembly which salary shall not be Increased or dimin Ished durlng their term of office. "The General Assembly shall, by p propriate legislatisoo the quallfcar tons, dutiee and compensation of the commssiokems, wbkhi compensation may be graded as between the various perishes, sand shall apportion the cost of maintaining the, commission be. tween the perish and school board." Mr. Hardtwer's ordinance provides: "T'hat the management and conduct of all parish affairs shall be aelegated to three ommissioners, elected at large from each parish, such as par Ish, taxation, schools. roads, bridges, drainage and assessments." Introduction of these two ord nances has preeipttated a ight at the threshold of the convention. Mr. Clinton and Mr. Hardtner have re celved assrances of strong support among the delegates and are tortyina themselves for the attAck. Prominent citisens of the countrq were invited to address the Constito tional Convention in rnsolutions intro duooed by Mr. mBrke of Iberia, Mr. Bar roe of IberviUl and Mrs. Wilkinson of Caddo and adopted by the colnes ton. Those speified are aesoveros Lwdea at nlDloIs, en the %ersiWn ol state depaytments; Walker B. Bpean ar of New Orleans ea reform of the judiciary Thomas M. Millng sad; L 1 E. Thomas of Shreveport on taxation and assesmsemts; idolpk Heoht and IrE.Paul . Saunderm a nw Orleans on bonds, taxation and Saules; P. M. Mlner and arry amble 5 Now Oe uas ad Senator Dnowng * DeSoto on good roads, W. . Hart en constf tutos making end Miss Martha Pl. coner on the care of delinqent gtrls Preeidet Bounehaud was given u tbority to invite any others. Adoitao at tn~e Brk resontesls #bA eed a lsnai Gesb Mr. ames dl be eveemas woulad have Ile, 1e tUbe at fts dsposal whise qwa s the apOintment a eemm.sl s onened - out tha km s hith.m peedded tat th abesmes should be detvemd durin the rees puedrs numul wedens the stale are tbe eg had Dorm i eppoete tho e -a to ahbelk jusrnees e te peasm end warm .stab.s t Member 51 the Comsuttonal c Cmvemi re"ei ead a smemoal berm 1,300 JustIe of he peae a ed costables protedt g aJnst the pa et a ay ordianes that would hae v e eoet O abollsbh a la tese dsens. Msa·r o the 4sa1 sto the reatim noferla souerts md M abtot eio 5 stireo e5-the lme Wemwl1be requireid e y poll so 1. uander en ordinancrse i n onv eton r ecel by elewat - ' Arras oe math wrd, New oh leans. IT would be a reqorr nen kg hem to rote lm.eema iiional ies I nles in a3s. After tat year the me oa as rrer s seas -. as : hemnt a an pa sea a a seculgle i wah s wll nt s nesesser under' Sa ureules 51 at erediansee lar.' ee I the Cegimiena O aen n Ues usntlyb y Mr. velearn be detI Completel e·ruradn lag ab ethr 3 mnms, the puM er an fWs vlem L m _tu g srLts. psonisess i ru .i mogt hei .est14 gne tie beleh Uh On.t.m dt . a an extent that laughter takes the thrill out of tihe wreodert·l tMans a they deo. The NIppeo Due provide some wonderl trikb s and fets a t skill that have made them tes os in Japan w er.m(h sits are brougt c to perelent. *Theb M set that the cldrei ae gels to love is thE ---e . 'lr ot i I. -_ guest , o u tars odd This pointed out by the convatwa lion of the delegates lathe first week of the convention. Everyone of them has come to Baton Rouge with certain fixed ideas of taxatlSda firmly lodged in his or her mind. Two Ideas appear paramount among the delegates. One is that the rate of taxation has reached Its limit. The other is that more money is needed for the government, both local and state, to function properly. The solution then lies in providlng means for catching the t 41odgers and also for the equalization of taxam tion in order that each person or con cern shall pay the fair share of taxes due by them. '"Uniformity and equality of taxa" tion" is the theme uppermost in the delegates' minds. This is taking the form of a demandthat every anan pay taxes in conformity with those paid by his neighbor. Among the country delegates there is a persistent stand that the owner of idle cultivable land shall be assessed the same value as his hard working neighbor who keeps his land in cultivation. With the city * delegates there prevails the same sentiment that a man who Is holding property for speculative purposes and not developing it in accord with neighboring property shall be assess ed on the same basis as his neigh' bor. The suggestion made by the spe cial tax commission appointed by the last Legislature to study tax reforms, that an income tax be levied aroused i wave of opposition. As the dele gates arrived In Baton Rouge a week ago for the opening of the constitu tih1 they made no attempt to hide their disapproval. The end of the week, however, waq featured by a lee sening of the opposition. The tax commission's recommega tions for an income tax received fur ther back later when the Board of I State Affairs in a report to Governor Parker and the Constitutional Convena tion urged the adoption of "an income tax in lieu of our present tax on in tangible and certain kinds of personal property." Houma.-Recent statements of the three banks in Hooum show those in. stitutions to be in fluorshing coadi tion. Natchitoches.-J. J. Mtxon, demon stratton agent, and Mrs. Willie Pier' I ea, home demonstration agent, have sent letters to all teachers in the parish announclng that on the firat day of the agricultural short courba which will be, held at the Normal Uchool in the month of August. Natchitoches. - Instead of the usual general clean-up day, Mayor T. I. Poleman has issued a "clean-up paint-up and keep-it-up" proclamation It Is hoped Natchitoches soon will be the cleanest town in the state. CHARTER. CHARTER OF J. 8. . WATERMAN a COM PANY, INC. United States of America. State of Lou islana. Parish of Orleans. City of New 4Orleans. Be it known. That on this ninth day of the month of March. in the year. one thousand, nine hundred anettwenty one, before me. John it. Upton. a -notary public. in and for this City and the Parish of Orleans. 8tate of Louisiana, therein re siding, duly commissioned and qualetie1. and In the- presence of the witnesses here inafter named and undersigned, personally came and appeared the several persons whose names are hereunto subscribed, who declared to me. Notary. that availing them selves of the provisions of the laws of this State relative to the organisation of Cer iorations, and particularly to Act 2d of 1914. they have covenanted and agreed, and by these presents do covenant and agree for themselves, their successors and as signs., to form themselves into a corpora tion and body politic, for the objects and purposes, and under the stipulations here Inafter set forth, to-wit: ARTICLE I.-The name sad title of this corporation shall be J. 8. Waterman & Company, inc., and under such title it shall have dad enjoy succeassion and exist ence for a period of ninety-nine years from the date hereof, unless sooner dissolved; it shall have power and authority to con tract. sue and be sued; to make and use a corporate seal, the same to alter and break at pleasure; to have, hold, buy, sell, lease. mortgage and hypothecate or pledge prop erty. real, personal or mixed, necessary. proper or incidental for the carrying on ef its businesa, as well as to issue bonds or notes secured by such mortgages;: to make and issue notes and other certificatea of in debtedaess; to name, elect and appoint managers, directors, clerks and other em ployes to properly conduct its corporate business; to make such by-laws. rules and regulations a may be necessary or found desirable for the management of its busi ness and affairs; and, generally, to do every other act, matter or thing necessary or desirable for the complete and proper carrying out of said business, both in the state of Louisiana, and elsewhere. ARTICLE II.-The domicile of this cer oration ahall be in the City of New Or ans, Parish of Orleans, State of Louis. lana. where all citations or other legal process bshall ,be served qpon the Presi dent, or in his abseace on the Vice-Presi dent. and in the absence of both on the Secretary. ARTICLE III.-The objects anld par purposes for which this corporat.oa is or gaalnaed and the nature of the business to be carried on by it are hereby declared and stated to be:- To-bay, sell. deal is general merchandise of every kind and charaeter, and to do a general merchandise and brokerage basiness, leludinr that of bauynl sad selaling oe a comminl basis and for itself; to do a general importing and exporting busines both domestle and freigs; to build, own, lease and operate store-rooms or warehouses for the stor age of merchandise, r old storage pur peas; to store goo4s of all kinads in suI store-reoms or warehos fhr istmte sad others, and to make resenable charges tor seavices i Storae a bheds: to Isu receipts In ehanse fe ods ted, and to dispoe of said goods for account of the owners them e poun their falure to cm ply with me condittons of ueeh storage contract to make loans on goods staed either li the tore-roeoms or warehouses of the eorpuatisa or ethers: to Isue tes d ther seusarte in the paehase a eeds; to rpresenat ether as agent or otherwse n the m.mo line or tsimilar lines of bulneae; to act as mautactre agent and reeive and sell gods on coni meet; to acqre asn own stoek a ote erporatlisa; and, sumofy, to do and permrm any and all thngi eesesary or oeniet to cary st sid objeets and ARnTICLE IV.-The eapitsl stoek tof this cerporatnis bIs hetr Oed at four hun value of oei huded m0 o doelars eeh; prtided, that the amount to whcldh emircresd mha he em mllflnedolalore **5,**oW) or tan thausand (IsW) ler theumnd (4.I6) share, e four th es lstock of ts corportion must esbcrb b te sling a thelirtbl ,isar o nmcerloegsn Th bthscrsbed apesta stoc of thin eeorpotie hanl be[ enal), soed-w n o r I lbuo and sre lees reered and uermad. , o sockheidrer sall -o-m he hel lable ma -,_. ~3P~ ~-I er~arho CHARTER. lirs of the capital stock shall have been subscribed. and four thousand (4000) shares, or four hundred thousand ($400. 000.00 dollars of the capital stock shall have been issued and paid in. in caslh. property and good-will. If any stock of this corporation is exchanged. either in whole or in part. for property or good-will. in that event the provisions of section 3 of Act 267 of 1914. shall be complied with strictly. ARTICLE V.-All the copoprate powers of this corporation shall he vested in and exercised by a Board of Directors com, eiposed of six stockholders. each of whom shall own in his own right. during his ternm o ooflfice, at least one full paid share of stock. four (4) of whom shall con stitute a quorum for the transaction of business. The officers of this corporation shall coln sist of a Plresident. Vice-President and Manager. Secretary and Treasurer, all of whom shall be members of the Board of -iirectors. The offices of Secretary and Treasurer may be combined in one and the same person. The following named persons shall con Stitute the first Board of Directors. to wit: John S. Waterman. Sr.. No. 1ti t Diuflussat St., New Orleans. l.a.. William Waterman., No. 1i507 Prytania St.. New Orlemps. La.: John S. Waterman. Jr.. No. 232-9 Robert St.. New cIrleains. La.: Oran 1'. Barillean. No. 6 Stone St., New York. N. Y.; Albert Tr.lugnler. No. 1141 Prytania St . New (rl-an-. l.a.; William E. Mele. No. 371: N. Itamlpart St.. New ((rl.ans. La.. all resi denlt, of the C'ity of New t(rlelans. l.a.. ex ce'pt n9t n C. ltarilleanu ls herelnablove stated. adl dolniril.ed at the address-es abose stated, with John S. Waterman. Sr.. Ias Plresid.nt: Williamn Wat.erman,. as Vice Pr.side-nt and Maniager; Jlohn S. Water nan. Jr.. a; Secretary. and Albert Tre pIagulier. as Treasurer. and these officers and dirtctors shall hold oflice until the first Monday of January. 1922. or until their succerssors are duly elected and quail fled. Thereafter the directors shall be elected Annually oil the first .Monday oif January of each year. and they shall elect their own officers: all elections of directors shall be by. ballot. and each s.tockholder shall be entitled to one vote for each share of stock standing in hils name on the books of this corporation. this vote to be cast in person or by written proxy. and it shall require a majority of the stock present or repre sented to elect. The directors shall have the right to increase their number to nine. Failure ta hold an election for direc tors on the first Monday of January. 1922, or annually thereafter, shall not work a forfeiture of this charter, but the old Roard of Directors shall remain in offce until their successors are duly elected and qualflttd. AItTII'LE TI.-The Board of Directors shall hold regular meetings at such times -as shall be fixed in the by-laws of this corporation. but the President may call :slecial meetings of the Board of Direc tors at such times as he may deem advis able. and be shall be required to call such special meetings at the request of a mem ber of the Board of IDirectors: Three days written notice of such special meeting :hall bie given to the directors, unless a waiver of such notice is signed by the Directors. Any vacancy occurring in the Board of Directors. either from death, resignation or inability to serve, shall be filled by the remaining directors at its next regular meeting after such vacancy shall have otccurred. The first Board of Direc tors of this corporation shall be required io draft suitable by-laws for the govern. ment of the corporation, which may be altered. amended or changed as the exig encies of the case may require. ARTI(CLE VIL-The stock of this cor poration may be transferred, provided. -uich transfers shall be recorded on the books of this corporation before it shall be required to recognize the transfer, or the new holder of the stock. ARTICLE VIII.-The appearers hereby declare that they have subscribed to the following number of shares of the capital :tock of this corporation, to-wit: John 8. Waterman, Sr., Ng. 1666 Dufosaat St.. New Orleans. La., nineteen hundred and ninety-six (1996) shares; William Wa termann. 1907 Prytania St.. New Orleans. La.. Nineteen hundred and ninety-eight (:1iS) shares; John Waterman, Jr., No. 2329 Robert St., New Orleans, La.. one (1) :share; Oran C. Barlilleau. No. 6 Stone St.. New York. N. Y.. one (1) share; Albert Trepagnler. No. 1141 Prytania St., New Or leans. La.. one (1) share; William E. Mele, No. 3715 N. Rampart St.. New Orleans, La., one (1) share; H. Cheotard Eustis. No. 1800 G;eneral Pershing St.. New Orleans, La.. one (1) share; Richard A. Tonry, No. 2430 Cleveland Ave., New Orleans, La., ohe (1) share. And the said subscriptions of John 8. Waterman. Sr.. and William Waterman, which together total,the sum of three hun dred add nuiety--nine thousand, four hun dred5 ($S40.400.00) dollars. or one hundred and ninety-nine thousand six hundred 1990,600.00) dollars, or nineteen hundred and ninety-six shares to John 8. Water man. Sr.. and one hundred and ninety nine thousAnd, eight hundred ($193,800.00) dollars. or nineteen hon red and ninety eight (1996) shares to William Watera, I w:hich shall be fully paid for and settled by them by the transfer of all the prop erty and effects now owned and belonging to the commercial co-partnership known as J. 8. Waterman & Co., composed of John 8. Waterman. 8r.. and Willhm Wa terman an accurate detailed and Itemised, statement and description of said prop erty being hereto annexed to be read in connection herewith, and the said property was duly appraised by the Board of D3 rectors of this corporateion at the sum of three hundred and ninety-nine thousand. four hundred (309.400.00) dollars. The re mainder of small subscriptions shall be paid for in cash. In the event that any stockholder de sires to sell his stock, oj any part or por tion thereof, he shall Brst offer same to the remaining stockholders, In proportion to their respective holdings at Its book value. This offer ia to be made toappear by letter addressed ti each stockholer at his last known address, giving thirty days option. At the expiration of which time, the stockholder desiring to dinpee of his stock, shall be at liberty to sell at what ever price and to whom he may please. ARTICLE IX.--This ehbarfr may be mnodiled or altered,'the capital stock there of increased or decreased, or the cor poration may be dissolved with the assent of two-thirds of the capital stock present or repreanpted at any speilal meeting tof the stockheolders held for that purpose, arter prior notice in writing to each stock. holder mailed to him at his last known postoice address, all In accordance with the terms of Act 267 of 3114. RTICLE X.-At the expiration ·f this charter. or the earlier dissolution of this orporation for any ceause, its aairs shall Sliquidated by one or more liqldatpra to be elected by the stoekholders all of whom sball hold stock in this eorporatioa, w ay Bo .A rou ed by Mt Doliar Bill that'it is o matter of ayinl dollars ud to do buulae nwitwh us. Wo will tell you how 7@ ean prolongl the wear of your tires and ihen yo do have a blow-out we will vuletani it 8as vuleantinl should be dose. Our texpertne only costs you the actual time and material used on the Job. ipqrs hbteg udc Eselao - rh *iLAmes- 5 -eI -m, CHARTER. and said liquidators are hereby vested with full power and authority to liquidate the affairs of said corporation, with full pow er to act under the terms of Section 30 of Act 267 of 1914. Thus done and passed at my aSflhe in this City. of New Orleans, Louisiana. on the day, month and year hereinabove first written. in the pr.,ence of Nirma Kesntian and Edme Fortier, competent witn.sse.. who hereunto signl their names, togeither with the said appearers and me. Notary. and the said appearers have also set op' pIosite their nal.mes the nullner of share subsleribed by them, all after due read ing of the whole. (a RIGINAL MIGNED) : J. S. Waterman. nineteen hundred and ninety-six t(ltti9) shares: Wm. Waterman. nineteen hundred and ninety-right (191i) shares: J. S. Waterman. Jr.. by Wm. Wa terman. one (1) share; O. C. ltarilleau. by Wm. Waterman. one (1) share; fly. '. Eustis. one (i) share; Albert Trepagnier. one (1) share; W. E. Mole. one (1) share; I. A. Toary, one (1) share. Witnesses: Nirma Keenan, Edmtee.For tier. J. R. UPTON. Notary Public. I. the undersignedl, Rteord-er of Moust gages. in and for the Parish of Orleans. State of Louisina. do hereby certify that the salve and foregoing Act of lneorj,,ra tilon of the J. S. Waterman & 'omlpany. Int... was this day duly recorded in my oflMie in ltook 125i. folio - , New Orleans, Marcth 10, 1921. (SIINEID) ROBlT. SCOTT. IDy. Recorder. A true copy. J. R. UPTON. Notary Public. Mairch 17 to April 21. CHARTER OF AUTOMATIC BOILER CLEANER COMPANY, INC. United States of America. State of Louis iana. Parish of Orleans. City of New Or. leans. Ite it known. that on this 28th day of the month of February. in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty-one. before me, John J. Reilley. a Notary Public in and for the Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana, duly commis sioned and qualified, and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and undersigned. personally came and appeared the several persons whose names are here unto subscribed, who declared that availing themsnelves of the laws in such cases made and provided, and particularly Act 267 of 1914. they do by these presents form them. selves and their associates into a corpora tion, for the objects and purposes and un der the stipulations hereinafter set forth. which they adopt as their charter, to-wit: ARTICLE I-The name of this corpora tion -shall be the AUTOMATIC BOILER CLEANER COMPANY, INC., and under such name it shall have power and author ity to contract. sue and be sued, to have a corporate seal, to hold, receive, purchase, alienate, sell, mortgage, pledge, lease, and hypotheeate property. real, personal or mixed, to make and issue bonds, to bor row and lend money, and to give the aecessary security therefor; to make and establish by-laws, rules and regulations for the managment of its affairs as may be deemed necessary and proper, and general ly shall have and possess all the powers rights, p.vileges and immunities which corporations are and may hereafter be authorised to possess under the Constitu tion and laws of this State, and particular ly Act 286 of 1914; it shall have power to vest In its Board of Directors all of its coroprate powers, subject only to such re atrictions as may be named in this charter. ARTICLE II-This corporation, unleas sooner dissolved, shall exist and continue for a period of ninety-nine years from and after the date hereof. Its domicile shall be in the City of New Orleans, where all citations or other legal process shall be served upon the President, or in his absence on the Secretary of the company. ARTICLE III-The objects and purposes for which this corporation is organised, and the business to be carried on by it, are hereby declared to be: To manufac ture an automatic boiler cleaner, for which application has been made for Letters Patent of the United States; to lease, hypothecate or sell said automatic boiler cleaner in this and foreign copatries, and to that end to employ agents in the differ ent states and in foreign countries for the sale of said manufactured articles, and generally to do and engage is any other business connected with, growing out of, germane or incidental to any of the par poses herelnabove set forth or contemplated by the charter. ARTICLE IV-The capital stock of this corporation is hereby axed at $100,000.00 divided Into 750 shares, at the par value of $100.00 each, of common stock, and 250 shares, at the par value of $100.00 each, of preferred stock, all of which stock shall be paid for in cash, or labor done, or property satually received. This corpora tion shall have the right to commence business when fifty per cent of its capital stoek has been subscribed, and the right is reserved to incresse its capital stock up to the sum of $P00.00.00. All trauaserq of stock shall be made on the books of the company on the earrmeder of the oatstand nlag certificate and pursuant to such rules as the Board of Directors may prescribe. TULANE NET WEEK MARCH 21. M Wnia.. weia.ain.. sm .ran, a p. t JOHN "GOLDEN-Producer of "LIGHTNIN" Offars the New.Yek O(meda Iit ' IWSE FOOLS By Austin Strong 10 Months in New York-- Months in Chicago With thsuSne Perf.et Cast Laughs! .:Lanughs Laugh.s! 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L k f 10 l - the followhinr:; ,rr.r .It : The holders a r.. t.rrid stokI he entitled It, r.. : whl alnd clared. fro I, b.,: , .r net np the ,corporation r1", .s'ldends o at per enllt. ipr aill, 'I In. more,pa annually. oIl ,i . " "e tixed by . laws. The : !1 ,,ll the Yl stock afore -:il -i I. ","urnla i shall lie pay'i:l'l i - V lltiildi d ommon ~tOl k -. .I! and Iet 5psj so that if. it. a ivideuds a ing to eight i..r , .I. _rt;il not bhte pild thereon,, ti , i" ', shall b, b able before t i . shall be upon or set :.t. f, .. mmon Whenever all , ., dlidends el l preferred stock fr " , n lous year 1 have been d'cl:e r*,t :, I' -: hl havet payable, and a i -:r the tompany - have paid su,],h 't' dividen previous y.: r, ,,r , ..,ll have set from its irpltus . r ." 'rolits a sm e clent for th,"o II.tu. :" 'hereof. the of lireltr< an d.. r" fil'idends ea ti .orntim, , ctockl "ti,:, l - I h .n or thr t oult Tof ally ren.. a"tin ,:lrlus or ntPI Th prfrrt -hall be noI-vOI stck. ut shall ' " a first lie s the prolp.rti i,-I :, ,t- and net -in '" of th"e coplltl. T. right is tl.ia reserved to r*. P*, treferred a thi f'lill:tnV ,,r: ,m 1lndeud a k-d $1% (t I' per h;tr. , r. iidine all 1diivid b shall ha... been , ;.,- ii:.ranteed l In the evet ., . lluldatieo or solution or tl," w :img up, Rld voluntary or i,.,, i .n . r. of the eo - . tion the holdier. '" lreferred shall be entitle b. ,,id in ful Io the pa'r n:11it of t:i lr shares lad l unpaid divid,ind,:I.' -'i I thereon. hefi an:y lamount sha:ll "' 1- I1 t to the kplij of the commolnloI t,,. I. iInd after the - ennt to the hold-rs of the pref.erred a of Its par alin.. n-l- ri.- unpaid accra dividends thereon. t he r* : ininug assets a funds shall be .II.i.I..i :'Iid paid to t hahlders of the ' ,.tinor, to'k accordingi their resp. 'tir. shar, . AltTICI.; V --Ti. l tu.ness of this e. poratlonl shall fIoe I. ..t ell and all e( at corporate powers v,'-r.,'- in a Bestl I three Directors. I ), oft 'hotsm ahalla., ititute a quetrlull fr the transacUtle business*. to ,.. .l,, ted from amoag l stockholders . ata Cmeeting called for II purpose. The Iord of DIrectsor sld elect from nmon thieir number a Prag. dent, one Vice-presld.-,nt. a fecretary a a Treasurer. the right being reserved s combine the two last naired offices. Th Beard of Directors shall have fall peat and complete control of the busines tg. fairs and property of this corporantU, a they shall manage. conduct sad sse aB same as in their discretion they msap ds best, with power to appoint all agsa clerks and employees and to fix thdr es pensation. Any vacancy occurring oa ti Board of Directors shall be ailed by te remaining members of the Board for II unexpired term. ARTICLE VI-The first Beass Directors of this corporatioa shall be me. posed of the followipg named of1es.a: 1 B. Rennyson. President and Gang Manager; Dr. A. O. Hoefeld, Viesm . dent; Peter Alphonso, $ecretary.Trsea. This Board shall serve nanl the lug meeting of the stockholders for the dsdgg of Directors, or until their sate.sems elected, on the 15th day of Jsa and annually thereafter. ADll shall be by ballot and each e a Ie votlng stock shall be entitled to ae 08 whether cast in person or by pregy. ARTICLE VII-This charter may changed, altered or amended, and th a, poration may be dissolved or Bqasi d h the method and manner pointed oe i Act 267 of 1914. ARTICLE VIII-No stockholde t ever be held liable or responalblLe Ia r contracts or faults of this corpe~ma I any further sum than the unpaid h' due the corporation on the shares l by him, nor shall any mere -nfems organisation have the effect of r this charter null or exposing any Us. holder to any liability beyond the amuIs of his unpaid stock. Thus done and pasred, in my asm t the City of New Orlean s State ot -ldt lama, in the presence of Jeseph A. asq and Ben Hocke, compe t wlt sidlng In tin ts city, who berenste names with said appearers cad an s after a due reading of the whel eta day, month and year first abOwe Wlb.l Original Signed. I.. emB. eal Caroadelet, St.. one share; Pet~r 830 8t. Maurice St., one share; A. fold. M. D.. 730 Audubon Bldg., is Witnesses. Joe. A. Case , Bsa. ' JNO. . U I, the undersigned, Recorder gages In and for the Pariah at tate of Louisiana, do hereby t the above and foregoing chartes Automatic Boiler Cleaner Comprg, wqs this day duly recorded in my in Book 1253. folio 243. New Orleans, La., March Srt J (BIGNED) ROBT. A true copy. JNO. r.It March 10 to April 14.