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9, ~l=tt~ rI --,-a George spent a te ':. is -1 p2_ It week. ( U,. Gauthrea and 31:. and f .Watkin of Baton Rcuge are S awhile here with relative. d i ".gy hfriends of Mrs. M. Rich -f usj pacific Ave.. are p!eased 1 am -that she is doing nicely 4radering an operation at the V i. Tufts and grand daughter, . andt, Mrs. Ired';le spent 0 et week at Racelandt. Ia., the . of WMr and Mrs. liorice Nel i. . J. Brr has as her 'ps.Mis Cecilie Thilweaulx of t dp ades, Ia. .o J. Blaine of Slidell Ave., the week-end at \VWetwego. g pat of her daughter. s Conklin of Morgan City spent a days here last week w ith her IIUhter Mrs. J. P. Walter. SmlaDY friends of Mrs. Louis of Slidel! Ave.. are to know that she i doing sal itga seriou illness. Ir sad Mrs. Horace Nelson of 6asl.La., are spending a few oon Mary Gillen and Velma Sraerouved diplomas from Soule 'sf last week, having success , bgpleted the Commercial GARVEY'S Vinegar ril, Strength, Quality A>< Al Greers rI Free Copy of Recipes Duecribiag 8eores of Ways to Serve J. J. Garvey Co. - .ll, Orea. I. . .JWD'S CONFECTIONERY Mho base who desire a high 4t C>< CAKES and PASTRY ha I y Virults and High -Oi Qll ions am e wedding, birthday and aea speedal occasions. '.: L Z A. AIULD e 1f. ?bme, AIg. 511. <Phone Main Tdlam Ae., rc... in Aler You Do Your Spring PAINTING st h Quot You Our Prices-It Will Pay You ;ýIiMl w~ut Hardware-Beaver Bord--Oil Cook Steves -_ mhe--Ole--Varalhes, R. NORRIS HARDWARE CO. m--- with a Thousad Remialecences of the Past - n Esutablished 1618 Asinthe kHuse Restaurant Corner Bourbon and Bienvillle Table D'$ote ii to 9-40c Dinner 5 to 9-75c kr ladles Private Dinas Rooms Dinner 75c-12 M. to 9 P. M. :ood Old French Cooking hLZIl, Prop. Phone Mali - Chet St. Charles Hotel and Elks Club NA INNER-PLAYER bht the best. ThnaaAs in as in NeWr rka.M SMt an asatisfacto m in thm all. MLwe"t prices. Uaiy tsms. Canl or Write ,-- ~4j U,•, OLDS$ SBEA, TER aOA? -p ~0l1 0MI p9renptio a bagUgg Mr.. a S l l I . . . . Mrs. W. F. Short attended the Woodmen Circle convention in La fayette this week. Miss Bertha Albrizze spent a few days in Patterson last week. Mrs. Preto has returned to her home in Mandeville after spending some time with her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vezien. Mrs. T. Todd of Houston, spent Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. C. G. Wilcox. Mrs. R. D. Meyers, after a short visit to her mother, Mrs. Hafkes bring, has joined Mr. Meyers in Oklahoma, where they will reside temporarily. The Liberty Social Club will enter tain at a dance St. Joseph's night (Saturday) at Pythian Hall. Miss Carmen Vanderlinden at tended the Wodmen Circl conven tion at Lafayette this wee'. Mrs. Ditch of Morgan ty was a visitor to Mrs. J. P. Walter thais week. Rev. Victor Clifford of Bogue Chitto. Miss., spent a few days here with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. T. B. Clifford last week. Behrman French spent the week-end at Biloxi. Miss. The marriage of Miss Caroline Slack, daughter of Rev. W. S. Slack to Mr. Frederick Lee Adams of the city will be celebrated on Wednesday, March 30th, at 8 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman of McComb City have been visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Alexis C. Dumestre of Metairie Ridge have the sympathy of relatives and friends in the loss of their infant daughter. Mrs. Dumes tre was the former Miss Edna Aucoin of Pelican Avenue. The Italian Progressive Association will give a masquerade dance at the THE CORRECT THING The style In Engraving changes like the winds, and one must keep an ear close to the ground to know just the correct thing in WEDDING INVITATIONS O AN NOUNCEMENTS. CALLING CARDS AND STATIONERY. We're posted as to the changes and as sure perflct execution of work, prompt ness and absolute correctness. Our repre sentative will call and submit samples. DAMt3RON-PIERSON CO. V3RYTalsy O me mWre OFFtCI' eMASS e CAMP Avenue Academy on St. Joseph's night and the members and their friends are looking forward to the event with keen interest. Excellent music 'ill be provided and a delightful evening is assured. Mr. and M.rs. F. Desahaye announce the approaching marriage of their daughter. Frances. to Fred C. Kearns. of McDonoghville. the wedding to take place Saturday. March 1!'. at 10 a. nm. Mrs. Gertude Olroyd left Saturday night for Birmingham. Ala.. to spend awhile. .Mr. Elmo Nash of Dallas. Texas. was a visitor here Saturday. Mr. Milton Salvo has returned from Morgan City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hymes have left for Los Angeles to reside. MSr. F. Hymes of Alexandr!a, La.. was the guest of his sons and daughter in-law last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Hymes and Mr. and Mrs. Fred lHymes. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Cabibi of Opelousas Avenue have removed to Los Angeles. California, where they will make their future home. IMr. Richard V. Keen has a-cepted a position with the Colonial Sugar Co., of Gramercy, La. His friends wish Jim success. All arrangements have been com pleted for the dance to be given Satur day night by Sts. Jhn Social Club at Masonic Hall. The members of the younger set look forward to these monthly dances with.great pleasure and all anticipate a most enjoyable time Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lecourt an nounce the wedding of their daugh ter, Juliette, to Mr. William Sehrt, Jr., to take place Saturday, March 19th at 5 o'clock p. m., at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary. No invitations have been issued, but friends and relatives are invited through this medium to attend. Mrs. Jno. Arnolie of Doullut's Ca nal, was the guest of Mrs. A. Pujol in Seguin St., last week. Master Lemuel Sanborn is spend ing two weeks with grandmother, Mrs. J. Arnolie at Doullut's Canal. Miss Leah Dal-is entertained the Young Ladies Five Hundred Club. The successful players were: Misses Margaret Garland, Leah Davis and Claire Cassiday. Miss Rita Yura tich received the consolation. Miss Garland will entertain at the next meeting. Mrs. W. P. Salathe is spending a while at Abita Springs. La. Mrs. W. A. Diltell entertained the Tuesday Evening Five Hundred. The successful players were Mrs. L. E. torio and Mrs. A. E. Hotard. Mrs. J. Gerrets received the consolation. Mrs. B.' Nelson will entertain at the next meeting. Mrs. J. P. Walter left yesterday for Crowley and Jennings, La. , Misses Mamle Morrison and Helen Coyne will leave today for Convent, La., to take part in the exercises held at Jefferson College. Mr. C. J. Worrel is here from New York spending a while with his wife who is visiting her parents. Mr. Martin Gilman has returned after a business trip through the principal northern and eastern states. "GRAPICO THE DRINK OF A NATION"' In A Cold Glass Of Its Owrs--Local Firm Proprietors Of Drink Of Nation Wide Reputation ' "Grapico, the Drink of the Na tion." This is the slogan which Adolphe Grossman, president of J. Grossman's Sons, manufacturers of the famous beverage, has set out to spread across the country in the year of 1921. During the last six months the territory covered by Grapico as well as the licensed bottlers through which it is distributed, has in creased more than fifty per cent. Last September Grapico was being bottled by 500 bottlers covering seventeen states. It now has 800 bottlers and covers twenty-three states. J. Grossman's Sons is distinctly a New Orleans firm and dates back through the "wet" days when it did a large wholesale liquor business throughout the entire South. As prohibition increased, J. Grossman's Sons introduced Grapico, a carbo nated grape beverage, to-their sals men simply as a summer side line, but the volume became so tremen deons after national prohibition start ed that the eoncern dropped every thing else sad eoneentrated upon Grapieo, making it the largest sell tag beverage in the United States -ad probably in the, world. The Grapleo .~lsat manufaetures more bhan 500 barrels of Graplco yrub a month. The syrup is seont to the eeompany authorised bottlers in other state and is bottled nader the same bread sname. The syjup is manufaetored euelusively by 5. Greasmda's Seas. Manufaeture of asyrup for whole sale use, packing of the bottled pro dust into drums for the wholesalers, betting of Orsplo sad ty distri buttes are all eomaed aI the one Oreesean plant at b*! eIsl-ne Adslphe Gressme& ** of the "e -of a. Gesmea, sesenr of he 3 i s 00 ar ir.i z- c ~ i CHI-ARTER. CH.ARTER OF PEARCE FILM, INCOR POR.T ED. :l IOnit.d State, of Ame.rica. Sta)tt of Louis- t inna. Parish of 4 rleai-. I- . it itk-otIi. I That Iit this f,,ourteenth day of Mar, I. in . the y-ar of our I.ord ,tnt. thoinl.d, lln hundir.d and Itt.elnty-,i*.' Ih.fur. ]tuL.. .'r.'ItI I'. lirns, t iot l l bi lio in a al, fr tith, ) l' trith i t-i rl..th -. .ti" of I.tltn ii lll.i. I t.1III f o,llirpll oritll -l.1 ; ail li a dniti,'.- :- lld ill I' l.r,.i- r . "u.". " o it I . lag i.' r .2 fll . n - it ll itit,. at-r - - ill\ .irno and .ipll '.t r"lI tio . ,torh ll pe.Itli- a :Ip llt i a. rli . r lit : lOh : l-.llyr - it- furlh.lliB t of l his vte a.i " rt l ,Oti e to thj . tt r nizlit bri ' Of -ir po of tia it ndou r. eur fro Illt ') hr of thi i t hal t tll l y 1 hay\ . VI i t' ntil ed :It llr It .iore ,tli :,r l Its li.- th pre,'ti s 1. t Il wtr ik 01.1i nrd lagri.t for thei.tlie and their sti ."rt." ir nr i :igitr. i to forllri ttla ie litler h tllo a t.rporation and body l ol lilti for the. objects ;nd purposes anl ulnder lthe tpu latiol l hereiniaf-ter set forth, to-\ it: - • I AR ltTI'ih I.-Thr e tiie' Inot titlll of thisi I uorporatiohn shall e l.AlllIt'l. Fli.M. IN 'il a ltl'.it .\TEt ll. and uinder 1i titl.e it,. Ihallti ave ilnd enjoy Sz1u c.-.inl a- tfor ai perii of nilnllerty :ite ars. froml datre hi.er of. andil shaill l"lte puo .'r lland - th, rit 1 tIll llo trall t. .ulle l be suedll. ;make and nl i I . orporate se.al, the* .ln to it re.":k and a ll*-r a t p l " .su ro : to h o ld . -," 11. Io i..,. . lio rt l,,. i It .-ll.riate or Lihdl re prlel.r1t. reail lfr-oual or mixed, 1 les.li;r3. ini'idntal I Tr p IrolIr for the ll, trrtill ln olf it, iusti t., : to itly and to lihold st-ck in any Other co, ip:i olll r n n panlite-Il that lCi. 1 0 ti- -! thi tcolup:m y ili oll lbjl ittsand pulirp,-,'si . to mlalke andt lI inae n bta lid i.rrit Te, milli of tiie11i "r1 . dirf , thre r il Iflork. or otllir e.lllol,,y,.-.. to pr.,I,. rly .,tidu', I it- torpor :it,- Uil,-u s alld llt:l t O.k of thI, ly-L r and reliulioti r i a may l l o founlll nl te ,.irt I,,,-- ;ila ir of t hi - II',rp o -ratIe i . il r.-ll1i '1i.1 I1- Thr dn.i u it-. of thi ctor pot,.itii shaill ,to in tlite i 1it of New tir loiat. 01 lt0e of oluitir .I. wo er.t allr, riltati aned othr 1.-ll4ca ti s't .-.. hball Lt .Trted iupon Tr,. pror . , lt. r , i till it-e - it . ofrll thi. prin tiit, upon thlie t 10-pr 10id e -. or in tf. :IIh- it slll, of la ti, upon the ,w . o Ira t i'.. .11lTICI'E l.i -Thh -lt olj., i- tllta purlo- e of thi. corporation ar.l hl.re -Iy do . l.r,.d ainl ttlrled to bt To ,a nd o .li rll utito lilIt.i :lll Op.rate :1 lieioll pig tilrel ilo - c I ll.eit, in l . ihill. re In th o nitd State. tl.o pa rchir Si-. and hliire illi- lttr to r sitl:l picture lin .hinei and .tereoptliill to sell. Ioi- , hire, exch o h- orr il i-lill. till t i l I illlo picture i isll.o; to S pplytio n tllrlioi ,ctur o 19ll4r shalli b tlt-lyrtn ,i, i.ur vltlli. the illture film exchalln l to purchase. ell. of ei, it lhireI motion pitn lre ntachilns. wn,.roiptilan. illustrated ng lidel .: toll mainlfrture. lpurt". on.. sell. l-ae and hlire iuplii, of every kind and , Ilar:ltr in tldhe .ntl Icith or :l port:ining t. anlrd uoed I t letrthe.lr, io draiatir, operatic and l ,ical th perforfanets.. vaudtville, m otin pi. ltr. and .ulli i.mii t enterpri~"s of every kind. charof:i.er and des-ription. And gelltn r:ll.t til do ai1 nlild ilt othelr nells iand .t-lr,.i.., lly rand till lrther powers nocesnary or iproper to attain and further any oilt f foregoing obj an.id purposh"s. AlRTItI.E n'.-The enpital stork of thi corporation I. hereby fixed at the sum tw Tw,o hundred thousanid (-Li).0I)I.lot Iiollar-. divlded into Two thoui.alnd thIMMis t.hare.. of the palr value of ilne hundred i$llsi.Inl Iollirs each: provided. that thle ltourt to which the capital stlck of thi. corplra ioll llaiy b increased "hall be ()lie million (!1.!iMliioMn tan1 Dollar.. Fifty ier rent of the capital stock of lhis c.riorati.n lmust he subs,.rllb-d for befor, the tiling of the articles of incorl-oration. Th, -.ullcrihbed capital stock of this ,"or pration hiall lie piyal~ie in i'a-h. property. real or personail, or for s-,rvic.-s performed or rendered. N,, stockholder shall ever he Held liable ur re, ponsihle for the. fault-. contract, ..r tld,.bts of this corporation in any further sumn than th.- unpaid bhalni",a Un", the i"or piration on th,, shares of stock sill-hribed for by him. nor s-hall ally uere inf,,rn::ality in tht. organization havy the effw.t of rende.ring this chartlh r null or of exposing any shareholder to any liability whatso Thli corporation shall not ena.ia. in Sbusiness until (One hundred thoua;,d I$€$llt. NMait.MI Diollars of the calpital stock has been l-uned and actually paid in. either in cash. lropertyr, ir 'sr-ices as afore. said: If any of thi stuok of thl- corpora tionl t, exchange. in whole or in part for property or good will. in that event the provlinion of Section three (3t of Act 26i of 1914 shall be .strictly ct'mplied with. ARTIrLE V.-All the corporate powers of this corporation shall lie vested in and exercised by a hoard of dire'\tor, nouposid of three stockhohlers. each of whom shall own. In his own right. during his terns of office. at least one full-plid and au pled;ed share of the capital .tck. whih t shall tie shown I-y l, written declaration,. two (2) of whom shall 'ontitute a qullrum for the transaction of business, providtwl that the hoard of dir"e'tors shall have the right at any time to increase the number of director" to not more than five 15). The officers of this corporation shall con sist of a president. vice-president, secretary and treasurer, all of whom shall be menm hers of the board of direectors. Any two offices, but no more, may be combined. If desired, and held by one and the samne person. The following named persons shall con _.... .le..ns. "a." Hil n _ .. . er ann. of the business. The company is a partnership between Mr. Grossman and his brother.. Isidore Grossman. The Grossman8 are held in high es teem in New Orleans business cir cles. The "Grapico" bottle is of a pa tented design and "Grapico" is not sold in any other kind. The com pany's stock of bottles represents an investment of $15,000. The Grossman company operates six two-ton automobile trucks which cover the city retail trade daily. Each truck delivers approximately 100 cases a day. Gets Clean Bll. "Grapico" contains nothing other than pure grape juice, Louisiana cane sugar and carbonated water. What can be said of very few car bonated beverages on the market now. "Grapico" does not carry the government - required inscription "Imitation Flavor and Artificial Color", because it contains neither of these. A simple proof of the product is contained in the report of a chemical analysis of "Graplco" made by Frank W. Leipener, chemical engineer. "This is to certify that I have ex amined a sample of your drink, 8parkling 'Grapioo' Carbonated. I find this product to be a pure cane sugar and grape Juies product and one that I can recommend as a pure, healthful, refrshing bever age. Sparkling 'Orapico' Is free from saccharine, benaoste of soda or othes sweetainl or preserving agents found in many soft drinks. Inftact, it is a pare product contain ing no material of even question able character and may therefore be used freely by everyone wanting g drink of uaquestioned quality and 'purity. "(8iged) PRAIK W. LPSNR." lGrapteo'" e b be supplied to deailers In the ity direct by J. Greemsas 0eas. ,eaeu esutdb the eity et be segglI b- whole. - - .* CHARTER. :, it .! tit c'l tr .t d ria ,e. N -w ltrh l, i .:i Its ,.. %. %% Ot riljnis. l.,i ., w1ith J. . ilt ll J l evi '- , i. .1 ,r.-idinlt and trea-irer lr-. I t l air ifl'2fit Ii 1a - i ,,I-t.f-r.--i l. t.-fi litlt ft f tllllt l'. f1r . it i it hl, l Pre i-e ntr i a Hil.-ity J.f lt . - r t-ir . fm r.. - t or"ta r. f. .-ti . t f toi:.-r t' -b1,all -*r%, until tht. s, eoand Mondlay iti .i:1r· in iitlh, i t..r 1 or i uil iil lint ir r it. l ii r, .,-ft r tlhe idirl or. shal h e e ir ll h . -! 1 ann Irli on the it.l ol.id Monday fi. I.ir, bi i: i ra, i f r. hal. i t-inili- f \i ll Ihif.,-itr l'ti_ ~all i. i fi,. i. , dir.- , t or s.hall r r.} 1.jt-t r ;liu, h ldh r- kholhi.r s alili- i. .titihf- d t.. oni." at,,' or ,an h sih:re. of .)to.k ltaidinc illn hi-l ii.ir f til tih, Ihtoy l i, of th of 1r1.-pora tior , this t t to i .-i . at.l in p. r-oi or ti. II.rrxy. :I1i.l i hitll re.qi ir,, a majority tif i.r -to-'ik il*-.frtt or r." ypr f- t -ed to ,I:ll . I. F ailiure t i l ..:t ia hoard of diretor- i, tIIt*. .-'- tIn.I M oin ry i it 1 lar,-h 11! f. . lr tit smaly the.reater, hu.h." noU work a fir. f,."iitlr,. thi- huarter. but tine hlI1 hoard of dirll , ftr . haltlr e -tai. in itiffij. until th,.ir vucl -.ssor, are , .le.,t.-d and qiualiti.*d. .\AlrTIli.- VI.-Th,. Iourd of dir,- or tli.. -llihol .l li .ll ft I fl- f--ri liaf if. I.. -hal m llbe I ix.d ini i,. It h in h : s of thii- T.or p. "rti, ThI r t mi - fll.- o s 11.111 he 11rtl". t the omiil of the .,rlP ortion. bti i i h* it I'r. i,l uti l, y -:ill >.t." :l Ihe". ti ;n of thi, I..ird of dir.-, ,2tiri at s1i'1 t ti ,h- a- hli In;i" d i m vi-a l. :ill, bil - all I,, a rhs b e r - , li r Ie d t , , "-i l l ,su c h - p . 'l l a l i .e.t ra l e tw h ,. - **w."r reql. .to-td to do s,- hp dire.- ini.imh.er of ile h.,ir, of dir.-t.r -. Thr-, iI .t ni fitic . t falluh - '. iI l .ret in c till - al i -i;le it, ,if titi-n It. th i dir.- toril uli - fr-.i\ fr f il f , nti" is Im:irt i lif. l ,h . .t llltor aS ul ll . n mrall , ii on tli.r f ,,,rf t t tftlhr l Ifrill, i Iah.l r.-, n:iian. ior itr. ility* ty ..rt*,. .hall I.- tilled it the i b o,,rrt of di rf l-utor- tl it- t ii i trf" al.ntar i-n i.t of -r .-i, bi :i e, l. .tv -hiil! ii. lit o,','in rred. " hI", it*.r i to1td of diri toir- of th .i- L i.ltlu.rtion fi.l! ,f r .tiir. d itt flir lt- -tii lt.hi, rt li3-. :itr th. lu erl i.n . t of t-ir - ri.n,, .-or ilf--. l ih li i:,\ ,." . 1i,. . ,ri.. l r imil 'l ior - hiiric *.l iTICI VII - iThii. it. k of tli . mrt r-p it, io-r ,it a l tri r .. te-'-'r t lI.l tit inlm t -"i i tira -fori llr hi* ir f r tldt urt trie- ti-inn Ii of l .l"- h r,,ld ,'t"l l i . i' ., It "rall I ." r" :h.oI at f i r.t .-,- ri.,Id f .-r. k. - i - . rfil .i -lit tort . if t11h i f f it nih ifir tihtlnI-;, r1 >l\"1 II MMi (N I",/Ila r-. \t1 hi,'h i hir-I, y Int hrit .-, t.o t. i--i .li ful l r ai r anid toi , :-ii ---:sli.. ftr i ish. or-t ltit \ '' :illa lt ir lrol.erty or - ."i\tio.-. :, , . r i t ni-f to Ilw. 'Thlt .. - , li-her.linft. r pfro iili , nil shi ar' ior inter-..l in lh. ol u l.if -hall :"t illly tin.. he tr ti-t-"rr'.", to ;iut iper-son not :Ilr.,ady ., s.iar.-i-old "r, so Iloll S: I any -harehole,ly r I- \ itli ii to I rf hI i -ai.e h:lor. or inuit rlu.tt itr u-o. irtl ri..rt prie. Thati in r,, "r i .:i ,.l :ain wheth.er iyt h tareholder is tt illitnil to pIur ,hf-.r tiy si h sh fare or interil l. - th r. p.rs- ,,ii. wlitri--r lit ar-e holdtr of tlthe tcotpnil t or 1II prof pllo in to tral-f- r i t.l :uti ... herli , n.llt n ;i ll.d the "r.ftirint u sharehotlder." i.h.ll cfit.. noti,-e in twriti rll to tit. fionfl oftl that it. df-ire, to tir:in-ter the If ltuii'. and .nl--h noti,. h hll o,-it, fillt.e oit;p .an. hi :*lit-nit f ior th iit al- of the art o ui . ilf tiier i it.re-t to liany s.rlar hoil r oft cfb ,rni ip.fit .atil th I pr ir. rib hl lri '-. That I if the i or i - p:iny s.hall. within ith. i .rin of thirty T:lt afte r iuh noti .. tind it f harl c h..ite r r ,. -ir itl t, p ortora-e siuh h.luar- i. r nthrit t.r hfrl-ii tofteir ,alled thei "lfpurchfia ini t liar h o ld e r." a n d .h a ll iziv . In iti . -e th ire o.f t., the reti.riti shareholder. he .uhal- I. b. hound iat iu I. l tin . u ithin tif-t-s.tn day. th.-rt. afto.r ao- t . ioninloy shliaill :al ,iit lupotin i.f 1tit of the ires fri r-ned ri,- Ito trans f'-r su e h sh a re , o r in ti. r ,.-t to ti ll l p u r ,h'i itnl -h:tar.eh.ohlder. That itf in any i a,-e h" r.tArin sharetiold.-r hift rr e. ttiiin v h fiI i afore-aild, tu sk.-r- default In trao fe.rrini ln.1 -hare or intereast. rthe cootpariy may re."- ive the 1 1ur.'ha-.- m oney and sliall th-"r." up"., c .,l1.. th. . lna me of the purcha-inc shiar-holder to hr i.'tered upon the rin-ter a lit,. holder iof s ih shliare or in rest, Lind shall hiold th.. pur'tha-e itont.oy in truo for th" r itiring ,here.holdhr. hi- ex- tllltor-. milmini tl ' tr.-, or a-si ,. :ind the re.",iipt of ti-r. itolpafyr for the piurihii.e fteurey ihall he a rood di-nhart to the ipurie.-hrinor shar,"hoil,.r. mnd h." Ahill not be boulnd to -""e to tohe appi, an fttion h rof and aft.-r the niamei of thI purchasine shareholder ha-s be.'t .;nti.ered in the regilst.r in purported AxorTiCe of Ithe foreait power. tlo,- validity of thi. proredihes ,hall not he qut - tionitdI by any p.rson. :int thei. pnr.la-ini shiare holder shail he dI.-lied and taken to he tihe own-tr of the -aid .ohare or interd.af. That the pri r-'riled pIrlie shall mean the aiount paid in on such share or intl.r--t. pins the proportionate part of undivided profits. prolvde.d that if instea-d of ithere i.tlg andividld prold ts there exist aun iim pa;irtl*lit of capital of the aid c.impany. then the proportionate part of such intiair nient shall be deducted from the amount paid in upop such shares or interest in a- .,"rtalninu such prescriled price. That the company shall in all cases on receiviniu notice of desire to sell .to.-k as aforesaid. allow the other shareholders the oppor tunity to take soamte in proportion to their respe'rtive holdings of stock in the con pany. making all necessary adjustmnents to avoid fractions of shares. and for that purpose giving the preference in all eases to shareholders who have the largest hold ings. ARTICLE VIII.-This charter may be modified, altered. the capital stock thereof inc.rea-el or decreased, or the corporation may be disolved with the assent of two thirds of the capital stock present or represented at any mnwting of tho stock holders held for that purpose, after prior notice in writing to each stockholder. or mailed to him at his last known post office No wander *1e fat man chucided I SWELLED with pride. WAS HOT stuff. THE FAT man next to me. BUT THEN he said. WAS READING one. "FORGET THE ads. OF SW cigarette ads. I NEVER read 'em. AND I felt him chuckle. BUT LEMME tell you. NOW NO one had ever. SOMETHING DIFFERENT. PRAISED THAT ad. THEY OUGHT to say. 80 1 had to ask. ABOUT THAT cigarette. IF HE liked it. AND THAT is this. AND HE said. "Sure." THEY SATISFY." AND LAUGHED some more. AND DARNED ift I don't thlak. THEN HE said. ' HE REALLY believed. "LOOK HERE" and ponted. HE WAS giving me. AND WHERE I'd written. SOMETHING NEW! "PURE TOBACCO:. VOU can blame it on the printer if Syou don't see "They Satisy" in THE PRINTER had set a Cesterfieldadvertsement. ut be * 0 0 sure of this-you'll find it in the cil 20 for20 "PURE TABASCO." rette every time. Wonderful Turkish and Domestic toaccos, wonderfully ds air-tight packages. AND THAT'S why the SL blended-it sounds easy. But you'I lIeo e6misb in rmined 0 Y * Tnd nothing else like Chesterelds. tIaao50orem-. e THOUGHT MY ad. Tha blend can't be eopid I I O CIOARKTTS* Loarrr & MTzus TomAcco Co. a _" Y1ai .fr:ý:.ý':~..i_ :.1.i.fý_. .r..k..:% .' _ - _. War Going On in New Orleans Not A War of Hate---But A War Against Competition. MILLINERY-Our Guns and Cannon. QUALITY GOODS and LOW PRICES-Our Ammunition. Our Prices Are Cut -' for Easter--We Lead: Others Follow Announcing the Opening of Another NEW YORK MILLINERY 1011 ---' 1013 CANAL CANAL (Upstairs) (Dow;nstairs' F ,r s ientl eni y var we have iiit s.-i- to, Ain.-s ( !npti :on :rI New Orleans. We have cnllductetd an honlorahli, 'ar. al vRays fiahting a winning battle, and today our victory is cotnilete with old "comprtition" lying helplis. at on. mercy. With a crashing and cot:npet- victory to our credit we, an nounce the opening of Store No. " of the New York lMillint-ry. locat d at 1i13 Canal Street. THE---_ LARGEST EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY STORES In our two stores we have at present the very latest Sp.in. and Summer styles in Ladies' and C(hildren's Hlats and Ready-to Wears that New Yorkers are wearing. Styl-s which we have produced in our own New York factory, styles that are vaxied and approved by the latest designs and creations, and in perfect accord with extreme and conservative dressers. These are direct from maker to wearer at same price of cost production and positively the greatest millinery value. Come in and look over our stock and convince y:ourself. You will not be urged to buy, but you will realize you will get more real value here at all times, than elsewh re at any time. Our re tail prices are standard, and we sell practically wholesale. The great advantage of buying at our stores is that you buy at the same price a merchant would have to pay, because we are manu facturers not dealers and make our own millinery, and sell direct to you. This way you save the merchant's profit. See the Displays in Both Our Windows 1011 CANAL 1013 CANAL (Upstairs) (Downstairs) M. A. SCHWARTZ. Prop. BRANCH ONLY STORES EVERYWHERE CHARTER. and said conmmlissloners are hereby voted with full power and authority to liquidate tlhe affairs of said company, with full power to act. ARTI4'LE X.--n order that this charter may serve as a subscription list. the under silned incorporators of this corporation have subshribed for the number of shares set opposite their respective names. The sunbsripltfn to said capital stock by J. Eugene Pearce shall be wholly paid for in property and good will to be exchanged and transferred to this corporation by him. In connection with said subscription of J. Endne Pearce. and the exchange of said property for stock in this corporation. there f. annexed to this act of Incorpora tion and to be read in connection there with. an accurate, detailed and itemized description of such property as to amount. location, extent. character and state of improvement, together with a statement of its value as appraised by the directors, as well as a sataement of the value p:laed upon the good will included in said capital stock. CHARTER. Thui dnle and llipased, ill lily office. in the ('lty of New tirleans. on tihe. day. Smollth and year first above written in the i rc.envce of J. N. Swing and Arthur Con illure. colmlletelnt witness.. and mille, notary. after due reading of the whole. Irirlinual Siinled. J. Rugene. Pearce. ninete-en hundred ninety-eight (l!Ji) shliares Ii. J. lHermann, one share; St. Clair Adamsi one shire. Witnleses. J. N. Swing. Arthur Con dour.. FRANCIS P. BURNS. Notary Public. I. the undersigned Recorder of 'Mort g;ages. in and for tlhe Parish of Orleans. State of Louisiana. do hereby certify that the aveli and foregoing Act of Incorpora tion of Pearce Filnue. Incorporated. was this day dully recorded in my office. In Book I11. .. folio. - New tirleans. La.. March 15. 19I'1. ROULT. SCOTT. IDy. Recorder. A true copy. FRANCIS P. BURNS. Notary P'ubilc. Mivr.h 17 to April 21.