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BIRTHS.
Born tU Mr. and Mrs. Fager of
730 Belleville Street-a boy.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Begue
of 510 Opelousas Street--3 boy.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M.
Crombie, of 327 Bermuda-a boy.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Sutherland
Inee Verna Judlin), of 301 Pelican
Avenue. a boy.
OBITUARY
WILSON-On Friday at 11:45
o'clock p. m, Miss Mary Stockton
Wilson. daughter of the late W'm. B.
Wilson and Eliza Jane Stockton died
at the age of sixty-seven years. De
ceased wis a member of the Teach
ers' Benevolent Association. Teach
:' Gui:d. Ladies' Standard Benev-
lent Assdciation. Teachers' Pension
League. K'ng's Daughters, Earnest
Workers and Silent Helpers' Circle.
The funsral took place Sunday aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock from the resi
dence'of her niece. Mrs. Jas. L. Hig
gins. 529 Bermuda Street.
ALLINGHAM--Olt Saturday. Feb.
18th, at 12:30 o'clock p. m.. Mrs.
Edward 8. B. Allingham nee Mar
garet Byrne died. Deceased was
barn in Ireland but had resided
here for the pasty sixty-nine years.
For many years, she ersided in our
district, but some time ago moved
across the river. The funeral took
place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the res!dence of her daughter,
Mrs. J. C. Henriques, 4926 Magazine
Street. Interment was private.
KILLEEN--On Monday. Feb. 20.
at 10 o'clock p. m.. James Killeen.
husband of the late Sadie Maloas died
at the age of forty-two years. De
ceased was boit in Ireland, but b.ad
resided here for many years. The
funeral took place Tuesday at 3
o'clock from his late residence, 626
Delaronde street. Interment was in
St. Mary cemetery.
SUBRIVILLE--On Monday at 9:35
o'clock, John 8ubervile. husband of
Jeanette Lacoste, died at the age of
ffty-aine yars. Deceased was a
native of Pans, France, but had re
sided here for forty-two years. The
funeral took place Wednesday at 10
o'clock from his late resdence. 1833
Newton street. Interment was in St.
Mary eemetery.
PITCH--On Saturday. Feb. 18, at
9:16 o'leek p. m., euume August
!itch, am of Lisle Holder anad
Henry Ptteh, died at the age of
thirty-four years. He was a native
f Algiers. The funeral took place
Monday at 2:30 o'clock p. m.. from
his late relidencp, 834 Pacific' ave
nue. iaterment was in McDonogh
eemetery.
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THE HERALD NINETEEN YEA.S AGO
Gleanings From Algiers News And Happings During
The Fourth Week In February 1904, When
This Paper Was A Husky Infant
Belielving that Herald readers, new ones as well as the faithful old-timers.
will be nlaterested In a glimpse of Alglers events as recorded in this newspaper
exactly nineteen years ago, when The Herald was then only ten years old. Even
at that early age it was bristling with fresh news chosen by the sante editor
and publisher that Is serving you today. We trust our selections will prove
Interesting to all.
William Bohanan, a white youth.
shot William Marthewes, colored, at
the corner of Verret and Newton
streets, the negro dying the next
morning.
The death of Mr. Shelby Gastel,
husband of Miss Edith Van Loon.
was chronicled in this issue.
Julius Bodenger was awarded the
contract for the copper and iron
works on the addition to the Church
of the Holy Name of Mary.
Miss Kate Meggett and Miss Julia
Mooney were appointed on burial
and visiting committees pf the Teach
ers' Benevolent Association, to rep
resent Algiers.
The marriage of Miss Marie A.
SCHOOL BELLS RINGING
IContinued from page 1)
Fifth Grade' A-Lydia Campbell.
Adolph Hotard, Leroy Cooper.
Fifth Grade B-Harold Ernst, Her
man Singleton, Floyd Guillot.
Fourth *rade B-Murlel Galling
house, Allan Edgecombe. Luana Du
mesnil, Marguerite Robichaux.
Third Grade A-Ellen Sutherland.,
Aldea Rogers. Amanda Hebert. Ma
thilda Richard.
Third Grade B-Joseph Picard,
Melba Campbell. Leona M. Hammond,
Serida Corona, Christopebr Walck.
Second Grade A-Opal Coleman,
Pauline Gebs. Myrtis Aschee, Louise
Serpas, Antoinette Esanard, Ada Fon
seca. Juanita Shores., Adam Lauman.
BELLEVILLE SCHOOL.
The morning exercises of the Belle
ville School are very enjoyable and
entertaining. The children assemble
at 8:40 in the basement. The exer
cises are planned so that each grade
has a day to conduct the program.
The program consists of a recitaion,
a story, a play or sometimes a song.
The teacher in charge or class presi
dent makes any announcement for the
school, thus saving time in delivering
messages. These exercises last about
fifteen minutes, after which the
classes move to their respective
rooms.
A campaign has began for the bene
fit of the Child's Welfare Station on
this side of the river. This station is
In danger of being closed if the need
ed quota is not raised. This amouht
is $,000.
A show was held at the H. N. G. C.,
theatre, and this netted about $37. A
fanc- dress party was held at the Py
thian Hall February 15, and the re
turns from this was $134.52. Women
are espelally urged to join this Wel
fare as the dues will help rais money.
The children made tags, with the re
quest that their' mothers join the
Child's Welfare and register.
Attractive posters have been made
~ighth Grade "A" and have
been pt in different stores. The%
reaed: "Save Our Babies, Join the
Child's Wblfare Association."
Last Thursday the basement of
Bellevlle was aflame with red hearts
and long lines of cherry ribbon, tell
ing the children that the Kladergar
ten Mothers Club was going to have
a Valentine Party for the benedt of
their Kindergarten fund They sold
ice cream, candy, cake, and lemonade.
There was a poet ples where valen
tine were delivery. Dancing tickets
were sold for Sc. A spleadid crowd
attended and the neat little sum of
fifty-seve dollars (T7) was turned
in to the president, Mrs. Amuedo.
Lst week many visitors came to
Belleville School.
Dr. Hal, ,oeculist, eamined care
-ully, the eyes of every pupil in the
school. Miss Lily Miss, sehool nurse,
made a thorgugh saminatban of the
pupils am to leanlineas Dr. 0. L
De Reyna, examied th ears, thrmats,
hearts and lug of all puapils from
Klndersarten threogh the fth
Grade. Miss All'e Righter, reporter
or the Ttmeo-Pltearue, visited Missm
Rhbde' class, and gave a very in.
teeatg account of the work carried
on there.
ALBERTINW BUROAU,
rLEANOR KAFKIBBRINNG,
OttA CHICO,
ELLA MAY KIRKPATRICK,
meoxoGK wo. 4.
Lust riday afteorneon all the pu
pUi of the Forth. Pifth and Depart
mental Grades, semmpeaped by their
prlncipal, Missr A. Poneaet, and their
techers were gmests of the Algiers
-ranch of the Cumberlad Telegphomo
Exchana.
Mi Mabel Allen, the chief super
vlior, proved an Interesting and tIn
struetirve heatems, as be very readily
ad aintakiny explained all the
intricaces and essental fcts coa
nected with this great branch of elvic
We wish to press our sincere
Uthanks to Miss Allem and her eo
werhters for the ertes extended to
us e this cealenm . We galned val*
a kaenowleidge, which will be bene
Sklale to s a t tetmue.
Wednesday afternoon, emerciess
eeommemseatlug t I ana ary of
the brth t eerge Washnaton, the
ater of ais aCoetry were held ain the
basement. An interetlg progam,
cumaietam ao matrtkle usase resn
Iest wak Dr. be Daus vieteda
cheel end mead e msUl lispeeges
of a ehide is the lemr m adis.
A ene mren e gan um eji at
aeta "rL
Porto to Mr. J. A. Hickson was cele
brated by Rev. Henry of the Meth
odist church.
Rev. Ireland, a reformed actor, ap
peared before a large congregation
at the Methodist church on Sunday
evening and delivered a long talk on
the sinfulness of theatres and dances.
Arrangements for a grand excur
sion to be given on the J. S. on the
first Sunday after Easter by the
Church of the Holy Name of Mary
were completed.
Mr. Contadi, the architect and
altar builder, was in town last week
on a visit to the Church of the Holy
Name of Mary.
1Miss Helen Wharton, our drawing
supervisor, also visited us last week.
McDONOGH NO. 5.
The spring garden is all set out.
The spring garden is all st out.
Rose bushes and seedf of spring
plants are being set out by the chil
dren. A load of fertilizer is being
mixed in the soil. All the vegetables
and flowers that were planted some
weeks past are now large enough to
be transplanted.
Miss Barrow and Miss Wharton
were with us on Monday.
On Monday morning exercises
commemorating Lincoln's birthday
were held. The program was "Life
of Lincoln'.,, Catherine Niklaus.
"Recitation" Bessie Golmer and
Yvonne Dumont. "Little Boy Abe"
Reid Lynch.
The girls' volley ball team are
practicing every day after schd3l
preparing for the games at the gym
nasium.
A valentine party was held in the
Kindergarten and several children
are still trying to guess who placed
the pretty messages on their desks.
A program will be held on Wed
nesday, February 22. to celebrate
Washington's birthday.
THOROUGH INSPECTION
OF THE OYSTER BRDB
Recently because of the appearance
of a few cases of typiild fever. thee
was some hyestarlca alk about the
danger o eating raw oysters, despite
the fact that the Lfaialsan oyster Is
bedded tar from any oserce of typhoid
tnatetmo Nearly a doesde ago the
scientists of the Federal govefameat
in a widely distributed pamphlet de.
clated that becauseof the aitation of
the oyster grounds in a section remote
from any centre of popu'ltion, the
Iruisiana oyster was and would re
main less subject to infle1ti than the
oyate from any other aqatlon of the
conutry. The euster beds anr not only
distant (rem any oomldernlae popula
tie, but because of the maish along
the Gulf coast will always be s o ts
Iated, w at least hr meay generations
to come.
In addition lo this naturl peute
tim eo the source of supply the Con
servatin Department ot the State has
fr yeams made periodic inspeetions o
the oyster beds in relation to poesib
bdttiens ad has unsaeesngly taipect
ed the fishing boats and the fishe
aes who are egaged is the ntda It
is ertaln that the could be no talte.
tic of the Lusianta oysater until after
the bivalve passed late the hands d
the raill dealer. At that pered the
sathority of the Conservation Depart
meat eases, ad the atte of prole
tin ofat the public deolves on the
beakh authorlf.
In the ant Inspeuction the oyster
beds the tate Moard of Health will
seperate with the Cosvtba DI
petment, and a thomug bological
and ebemlei e tn at the opu
ters sad the waters surrondin them
gill ba heads. The Oumervatlo De
pertnet will supply ore of its best
blats r the w k, and a woklns lab.
eratry will he put baerd. with the
snaSe emisti t harea whlte agents
of the daertmiet will send along ea
pearts and practcal oyeter men to ai
In the nvestiatlm The State
Heal Board hbo ahkady doeued :he
oyster to be fee ftaom tnfction, but
the present invest!-'tb. comes at a
god time to set dobts at ret.
Real TrauMa.
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lv bride of a mmth-the rut quas
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quledn her pitying frinad.
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the 'cook.,
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without her.
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Methodist Church Notes
(Continued from page 1)
peat it again next Sunday morning,
there's still room in the old church
to get in, although the classes are a
little crowded you can hear the les
son, besides it does us all good to
see a big attendance-it encourages
the working force to push forward
and do bigger things.
On April 2nd there will start a
training school for our teachers and
officers at the First Method!st
Church, which will run until the 9th,
a very good corps of teachers have
been secured and classes in the
Bible. Missions, and the department
work, besides a class on administra
tion will be held. These are all very
instructive and we are hoping all our
teachers will enroll and attend every
night if possible.
EPWORTH LEAGUE.
Lasr Sunday Miss Roberta Hat
kesbring led the service, which was
indeed interesting.
On Monday night a group of
leaguers went to the Mary Werlein
Mission and held a service after
which several games were played and
everyone had a good time, both those
at the mission and we as the vis
itors.
On Friday of this week, we will
have another hike like we had on
the 11th of November. We will leave
241 Olivier Street at 7 o'clock, and
ike to the Power coast and there on
the river uank build a fire and roast
our weiners and toast our marsh
mallows. We had a grand time last
November. and it you want a good
time this week, come with us and you
will have one. Those that wish to
come and cannot meet with as to
walk. can meet at the home of Mrs.
Zataraln on Bonny Street, and they
will take the car and meet us at the
end of the lile. If you intend com
ing try and let Miss Thelma Cayard
know, so we can prepare for you.
Trinity Evangelical
Lutheran Church
Cormer Olider and ai Seets,.
W. aiser, Pastser.
415 glider st. Phae Alg s, >e
The Rev. . J. Wegener will de
liver his lecture here this Thursday
night. The topic for this lecture is:
"Unity First-Then Union." Come
and hear this timely and veryr in
structive lecture. ZMis is the last
lecture before the n )of Lent
begins. Next Thursday will mark
the beginniag of the special Lenten
services
Friday night this week the Trinity
Junior dociety will meet at the home
of Eugene Brown, 309 Pelican ave
nue. AU the members of this so
ciety are urged to be present. There
will be some interesting business to
be takes up a. One of the things to
be discussed will be a hike of our
Junior Society together with other
Junior Societles of the other con
gresation of the city. This hike is
being planned by the Junior Com.
mittee of the Walther League. The
hike is to take place March 4. Come
to this meeting Friday night and get
the particulars. Let as have a full
attendance at thin meeting. Those
who still intend Joning our Juniors
are also invtted, to be present.
This coming 8unday the dedica.
tion of the Carrollt Chapel tIli
take place at, 3:0 o'clock in the a
ternoon. This miaston, together with
the Octavria Street Mission, was
started but a short time ago. To set
to the Carrofton Chapel take the
Caroadolet ear, ride to Brodwarw
and Hickory streets, and walk tree
bloch to Adams; or take the Tulane
Bet~, ride to Hickory ad CarrolA,
uad walk tor bloas to Adams Our
eenwmnatiou r cordianll invitud to
Join witth tlhi.miqima in this eer
-iese thamnhsgllt .
The Ledes' Auxilary of the eth
ashem Oubn Asrtem will met in
the Camelis Chapel immeditely
akter the deleslts servele. The
lnieua knlyh rmusd to attend.
m lauedg h m ng0d at :ns.
On Sunday, March 5, the first Sun
day in Lent, Holy- Communion will be
celebrated. Confessional service be
gins at 8:15. Those who wish to
attend are kindly urged to announce
their intention in time. It is a bad
practice to come rushing to the pas
tor just before the confessional ser
vice. The pastor would rather em
ploy those precious moments for
meditating on his confessional ad
dress. There are seven days in the
week, and there is no reason why
anybody should wait until the last
minute to announce himself for com
munion. Let us mend our ways also
in this respect. Communion will
again be celebrated on Thursday
night, March 9, with confessional ad
dress at 7:15.
The pastor would kindly request
thope parents who have not received
a baptism certificate for babies bap
tized recently, to call for them at the
parsonage.
The Louisiana District Conference
meets at St. Paul's Church here in
the city from Feb. 24 to 27, inclusive.
Interesting and instructive papers
will be read by the various pastors
and teachers. Sessions begin at
9:00 a. m. Everyone is welcome. On
Friday night a special conference
service will be held in St. Paul's
Church, at which the Rev. Milton
Bonn will preach the sermon. Our
members are also heartily invited to
attend this service. The Walther
Leaguers are planning to attend this
service. Are you a Walther Leaguer?
Then come. and bring some others
aloug.
Mrs. Charles Hantel gave a lotto
and euchre party for our buildiny
fund last week. Prom reports, It
seems that the Helping Hand was
poorly repgMeeted. This is regret
able. If anythlng is undertaken
under the sanction of the Helping
Hand, the members of that society
should take an interest in the mat
ter and give the proper support to it.
It may be of interest to all to
know that the children will not be
confirmed on Pajm Sunday, but on
the Sunday preceding Pentecost.
This gives the pastor a most wel
come opportunity to give the children
a more thorough reliious training.
Mount Oliet CburAl
Sbrvices for next Sanday are as
follows: *
7:30 a. m., Celebration of Holy
Communlon (fall choral) and ser
mon.
9:30 a. m., Sunday School.
7:30 p. m., Evening prayer and
sermon.
CALENDAR FOR LENT, 1925
March 1--Ash Wednesday.
5-P-rst Sunday In Lent.
S-Ember Day.
10--Ember Day.
11-Emb Day. . "
1l--esoad Sunday is Lest,
1-'rhd Sunday in Lest.
25-Annunelatio B. V. M.
rth Sunday in Leant
April 2-It Sunday in Let.
9-Sunday (Palm) before
10-Ionday in Holy Week.
11-Tuesday in Holy Week.
12-Wednesday in Holy Week.
13-Maundy Thursday.
14--Ood Iriay.
1-Zstewr Eves.
1 --aster Day,
Suggeetles for the Leuts
e*nses,
L Have a dsfaite Lenten rule, and
let naught bat nmadity turn yo
tem ft.
2. Abstaln from aI worldly pleas,
are-it is not mee that we should
Iad la in aetides when ommom
ting the geat tiet of the Son of
Man.
Shallaot we Thy sorrows share,
Ad from earthly Jims abI
Pasting wfth uneeshig prayer
Glad .with The. te' samer palt
3. Atteud s many of the chareb
. We mren earnet and regulpr
L blMve mine time eeae day -o
6es ay ya edie.t
In-l i i  ir - i '
first preparing for it by special self
examination and prayer.
LENTEN SERVICES.
Ash Wednesday-Holy Communion.
7:30 a. m.
Penitential Office and Sermon.
7:30 p. m.
Sundays in Lent
Holy Cocnmujiion, as qnnounced.
Church School. 9:30 a. m.
Evening Prayer and Sermon, 7:30
p. m.
Week Days in Lent.
Litany and Meditation, Wednes
days. 7:30 p. m.
Holy Communion. Thursdays. 7:30
a. m.
Evening Prayer and Sermon, 7:30
p. m.
Holy Week.
l'vening Prayer and Sermon, Mon
day, Wednesday and Priday. 7:30
p. m.
Holy Communion. Tuesday and
Thursday, 7:30 a. m.
Easter Day.
6 and 9 a. m.. 4 p. m.
(The above schedule of Lenten
services is subject to change. Due
notice will be gigven.)
Church of the Holy
Name of Mary
BAPTISMS.
James Berthelot. son of James L.
Yent and Hazel M. Berthelot. of 533
Seguin street. Sponsors: Frank D.'
Berthbelot and Christine R. Yent.
Francescio. son of Henry Pudlek
and Magdalena Swornik. of 1601 Pat
terson street. Sponsors: Frank
Tomaszek and Jadwiga Rahna.
John Lacy.' son of Wm. J. Ford and
Erminie Hopper, of 521 Pacific ave
nue. Sponsors: Wm. F. Oakes and
Eulalie Giblin.
Alva Rita, daughter of Philip Ber
thelot and Odette Kinler. Sponsors:
Jos. Berthelot and Mrs. J. Kornlder.
PUR PRODUCING AREAS
CREATED BY THE SAW
Much mental effort has been expeand
ae in recent years In the solution of
the problem of the use of cut ovea
lnads in the South. An expeaenoed
trapper, who knows every rod of
ground In the terrltory noarth and west
of Lakes Maurepas and Pontchartral,
at a recent visit to the conmervatoat
Department. decared that nature had
settled that problem in the section
with which he is acquainted. The cut.
tng of timber In the bsooms and
swampy sections arrounding theme
two lakes, he says, is becoming pro
ductive at once by reason of the occe
paLttn of the denude leand by far-beau
la animals When the trees are cut
there immediately springs up a dense
undergrowth'that makes an ideal reed
deace for cooa , mink. otter and other
wled ereture that afford ric retarans
to tie trappers of the semoea. The
importance of this occupation can be
sem wheno tt is stated that ne trapper
this last season made ,56 set in the
three maths of trapping. This m
was eaped without the investment of
any capital except about 61W expeaded
for trap sad ba. The merchant to
who the trapper sold the fur did not
dear this muc, despite tli fact that
lb had everythig he possesse idave.
ed  his lane. s i
This trapper amd this cut over land
was making a profitable retins as it
woul make had it, by veat expend!.
tare of labor and capital, been fully
-leare and preare d for the pew.
CHRTER.
maxmuurue cmeasuam w a
Ua5UEA UOeatEAsD eOCIarT.
8tate o le Iaalsas, Parish of Orlasa,.
City at New Orlesas. Be it hews that
a this the 1th d t Jamtary, in the
year of ear Lord, 15 aterm me, PmCI
i BINiDIC~T, a Netary Pblic duly
oanlid ad cml ssla sa tr
e ari ed sate rema, sad i
the premese t the two uas eadigaed am
pteat witaeass p ycam sadll m
Hemesead elY, a legal caipatisa
at this perish api stat, whtch etI d
pestes declared in m, ry, etar
eadasgad wittasesw , that at a mes
in ab t . Meckheers at id DscL
HImeatead Secey, held u ae Ud
day ae' the mls adt ar d MA, at
Iets wra am mpd ed in t his
uit, and as tll togs-i a:
bea sh~red, t ape e eithr Ia
pera er aby pres, dr rees a
the capital esteck at mdepr-e
etla l ea t a  a ett Sb Nat
sat by a s v ate ethe teckheMl.
er preem t a rpaated. is sueodacs
with me I tl at this statse sad
d:t th e J char t the m-ad cm
pay ti a Ir IV sad V t i m aid
charter mu amedal adad ue-seeted a
The objcs ad toe et sll d o .
fatiahall a cceammisties e a
ad he dthe mm la italm tsrpl
em seau et bepte t he rum -
ag s , mt Lekl eldyrm 1 e tas..
trom Ip hem in teremt as
losam. The fuads a c cmmlsted shall
e ea fr ai puechas t real estate.e
the d gsad ratng bmmatemad,
ad Se a amy as mad -
Sod o at stcak ot this
entsty, a pemside lashe by-law. No
ed ets t seek ty shall he made
witheut the semt at at lamst tp-hirds
Sthe beard aet Direeterms.
ANTICLE IV.
sal h wae Milie Dallars (W1L
maA, whie mao k lammed Ia usaliag
sad faull-o iharsi o Delars
tired e ca asl, may h teed io Ilae
amsaunte a abe ro clsem. eal
.haressd ciMse's sha-"e sh he a
for at tm sate 5t Twerty-As Casts per
I. Os shars pledged as sdditieiaI
matrity fo rel estate lea se mek-ly
iaterest Iie each leans shall he stat
-s ifra tredl a pYmes i
sek; pmd, ad i seet heryt, aen
my he made at sy time a my
I .ull-plM dsha e pil et
In full at the dati 51 their issue. Mac
garsi may be canvrtad late full
paid su tby Si e hl rpsy thS
feram we S psesast vales sad
ch sham reseb their fae value; pro
and st in seah turms sad casltlesas
a the ear Directnr mj perlb.
I. aMealis ates sad chldea'na shauwa
shaall S emd in much miamer a- my
wkiest the aes-seasu 51 thir par
am, oaes a- ether pecesee; sad mar
ede wne-s myam ce faUr hel.
tesae 'O steu k M wlhi mt SI
CI.\I.TER.
.rits and lnte.re.t - ,hll ,- due
tle monthly, by the t r,th of ach
month, at the oflti e I ~ l the .tecmt
all paynments shali I,. l',put ed: ;
settlenlent of int'.r 't iIdue: (2) ~
ments on share, tt reirab
nmoneys paidl for .a, .nt of
era; provided. that this order 1
tatio nl may ll '!: 1i,.,t at the
of the Iloard I l ir, tors.
7. Any borrowing ad reholder
to make the pall) .nt, rhiluilN
the current Illnh, ltth. ll lay a
ally therefor One Cent on each 5Pi
by hint or her, or fir each l 
which shall bec'harged against. ash
holder; provi,,ed. an. " haetb,
in default may have the pena
remitted by paying twiCe
which he or she owes at the t p
tlement.
8. Shareholdor. of runlnni a
dren's shares shall ha:ve the
1 withdraw from the e.eclethy
amount paid in. with the
profits thereon. as suhown at t "he
log dividend time. . ny Cbjll
proportion of losses., if any,
written notice. whijh shall be
I by the Sec'retary in the order '
receipt; and withdrahwin t
shall be paid in rotarion. as
out of the first ullapproplriat'hd
the treasury.
9. Provided: Vh, never the
tion of receipts ordin:irily nmad
cable to the delnatnl. of wltlis
menlmbers by re·lllrlon of the A
I irec'tors is not snf'tl .ltl, t to pay
ldemands withinl sixty days fom
not'ee, one-half of the reediptsý
there·ifter be :allli to the liqgalUli
the clatimslt. of withdr:i\ailil ntmuel
hll deferred cliis t atr. Ipaid. Aay
holder nimay le pI rrlltlld to wr
part of the aeumunlali.rn to his I
credit by redeinti the number i of
held by him or her proportionstely
10. Should thre ,h. :11 ovbr.i
tion of funds l,-,otI the use
society, the I:ttrd shall have the i
to call In unpledL,d stl:lret for I
tin: provided, tiit thll full-pai4
shall be called in first. In the
order of their si.l., and shall n
deemled for face value. plus latei
the time Intervening since last dl!
at the sanne rate as last dirid,
dlared; and should :ill full-paidl
be redeemned, the allphaletilcal l
running and children'a shares li
called in. the oldest shares to be rsi
first, and at their withdrawal vane,
Interest intervening since date I
dI idend. at the samle rate as the b
dividend.
11. On the death of a member,
being in arrears, his or her legal
resentative shall be entitled to r
cash the withdrawal value of the
at the time of the past payment
by such deceased, or said represlls
shall be entitled to transfer old or
to others, or to continue the -- h
by payment of the monthly lata
provided. nevertheless,. that the
of the deceased member and sca
sentative be determined. as reis #
society, in ninety days next
such death.
12. All transfers of stock Ihg h
made on the books of the ssd
surrender of the certificate of sted,
in the presence of the Secretrl ;
such persna to whom the stock li
transferred must abide by the
of this society.
13. The Board of DIrectors shel
to be ascertained on January Ilt
lst, July 1st and October 1st -
year the earnings of all shares 1
precednlg three months, sad eat I
earnings there shall (1) be
expenses of the society for such ti .
tributable to such shares; (2) Net
to the fund for contingent leass
per cenmt of the set earniats at hay
dead period, until such costialgei
iquals two and one-half per ct of
outstanding loans, and the 3B I
Directors may set aside aa
three per enmt ft net earnliag
dividend period for ar a reserve fudi
such fund reaches two and eas-&
cent of outstanding loans, whli
shall be invested as directed t
Board; (3) the balance et aid
shall be declared as a divideand ti
shares, as provided by law, bases l
value of the stock of each memrll
time precedisg dividend was
14. Divdends declared shall be
o the pass books of the mumbi _
annually. and dividends ea
shares sha be in cash on the Iet
wary, April. lily and Octobe it
year, or as provided I. bylaws
ARTICLI V.
All the corporate powers of lig
ekety shall be exercised by a
Directors eempoed of at
not more than ifteen sha
of whom mast owa or he a
to at last fty shares of sis*
period f met lees than twelve
prior to his eleties 1an
* eected at a geeral
vrned for that purpose ea the
day in January, 187T, and a is t
Taeday in January of each
year. Each share of steeL
at esch meetlaig ad n intl di
be eattled to i vote. Natio of
meetlag to be published in -s at
daily paper at this city for a
ten days immedltely paladin8 I
tie. Th ob etii shall hlbe I I
domicile of said corporatien iale
of Directors at the lt pateebIs
lag there t; the stechhaides
the majority the votes sheI i
dared elactod. ailure to hol Us
tie on the day sci
solve the cratia hut the
in oeice IhlIl ld ever ntll as
he heid, e ten days' sse
time adt thereof. The
shall eeLt their nsmber a
treTsarer. Seven diectrs a a
secretaryu, who sha nt be a
o the Beard; lapplat an
aetary. and such other 01eses
pltoy albhal be aeessary, ad
determine the esnrmeastls
cer and smpires ot theL
foes to he anlwowd the diructees
power to mao by-laws
aaeri d aMoacers sat bra
They Ishall have the pmoIe I
to contract foerles, and
sets in the uarthers of d the
i,../tel to .of the 5dlb
osame a Om e f thee
the saeiasty to eamiaata the
the a Rar. Ar five
gad sa·l may put Li
any ether te the may
providin ageh seuacao s1
In faith whereot, the aid
Lawrence . Bedet, compett
wIho hernto sia their ass
maid appearers ad me, Net ar,
racdlg eo the whole.i
(OrgnU Le"
Wltaeesee:
I . ODT. .T
ALBERTE . NOULIN.
PERCY . B
Recorded is the Mortga
Parish of Orleans, January Iii
book 1si_. foli m.
A True Copy:
PERCY S 3
etarly
Jan. 2S-eh. 2
LET US | .I;
due to th electric srytb.
due to tacempatent he
test 7ear bettery and -
ALSIEIS  J S .
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