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a& a SEaropean Iten, for
auat appears to lie In
- divorc proceedings mny
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a divorce has been grant- 1
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-scas of Americans in I
mol an unpleasant feel
have been contemplat- 4
sdlas. Several cases of i
wa prted to have been t
Sabmes and other pro
Nae for the still great-I
ased and because the l
calendars are not so
i e those in Paris.
11111111 Residence. I
I meea usually may be
Sae s I from one to
ad final decrees 50
i dgMlce in France.
that he intends to
Il held to be sum
ae ldidos among his pa
SIr lease on an apart
assad essential condition
dnmiaat amst appear be
mt is p soa or through
SIs a resildent of France.
mibat lives outside the
the ease of Americanas,
io ives through the
- eamds for dlvorue
l iry, eaMvicton of a
-agM. Beth physical vie
- saglsh are accept
heMll a cruelty.
As t ies is allowed
Sisasi e within ten
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tas sI a viewpoint,
ad a sesadal," said
aelk as American law
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4 Ameerlans who are :
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By LILY WANDEL
t@ by McClure Nowspaper Sadicat.)
Lucille had fallen in love with Reg
gie Devereau. He had asked her to
marry him and she had accepted hint,
but she was not happy at all. Iteggie
did not measure up to the man of her
Sdrea'ns-the man she had expected to
fall th love with-and enc again, she
felt, had her emotions 4bled her ratler
than her mind. It irritated her to
think she had been so weak when her
reasoning powers told her plainly that
a marriage with Reggie would be a
In the first place, Reggie was one
of those nice, mild young men who
are switched over to anybody's 4pin
ion and whose tact and good nature
borders on weakness of character. In
the second place, Lucille's entire fam
lly, and It was a long, rambling one,
was waiting for just such a man to
lean upon. There was a whole string
of old aunts and uncles and second
cousins who were looking for a free
boarding house in which to end their
r days; numerous young nephews out of
luck, ready to welcome an uncle who
would be easy to "touch," a half dozen
young, pretty nieces who wished earn
estly to study music or something and
had no funds. They flattered Iteggie,
catered to him and filled the parlor
the evening he came to call on Lucille.
The latter watched keenly for the
slightest sign of masterfulness in IReg
gle, the least Indication to assert him
self, but she looked in vain.
Then Jim Burns came to town.
opened a sporting goods store and
took the populace by storm. At a
church social Lucille met him and
was fascinated. He was just the dl
rect opposite to Reggie; he made it
known at once that he "wouldn't stand
for any nonsense," everybody had to
give in to him, he was not a man to
back down em the slightest opinion
OI Knew You Don't Stand for ,Any
that bhe might rpres. He was a big,
finelooking fellow and his masterful
ness was like a magnet. It also at
tracted Lucille. She never forgot the
first night he called.
The parlor was filled as usual, a
line of aunts and cousins beaming
with welcome and sweetness and a
couple of flapper-nleces at the piano
twinkllng alternately with coynes and
faseinatlng pertness. In five minutes
the room was empty except for Lu
eille and Jm. "I don't stand for any
nonsense, you know," he had smiled
li his tyrannieal way.
After that when he called the per
lor was always empty before he ar
rived. Lucille adored him-he was so
masterful in the smallest thing. Things
went his way or stood still. It was
deligbtful tb see the family put firm
ly In its place, to be no longer both
ered with lnnun-rstle "hangers ona"
wherever one went.
A couple of times when Reggle
called Luelle was "out," and when
dbe did receive him he only looked
at bher with big, reproachful, doggy
beyes, ut never mid a word about
Jim's calls. If Lcielle pitied Reggle
tt was a pity that bordered on con
tempt. Neverthelemss, she realised that
things cold net go on forever this
way-ehe wuld have to make a de
edisoea between the two. It was pa
cnlar that a mneh as she admired
Jim de had et the heart to tell Beg
gle die was through with him. Her
reasonlng told her that it was the only
proper thing to do, that Jim was the
right man far her, yet the memory of
many tendar moments with Reggle
kept her wavering. 8he was peeitive
that it she had Jim at her side facting
eggle de weould be h be a of mak
g her cheles, weould have the strength
to tel Re gleto go.
Then again i a gentle mood, her
heart swayed toward the even, good
natured Reggle, and sbe felt that she
was net girving him a uare deaL She
tried to reason It eout, look at tmhe f
turen in a cool, practical manlar,
weigh everythiag earetlly. Invariably
the balaneo warns dsededly the aver
of Jim But dhe had not the counrage
to tell poor Ie8le1
The one dght after dsleeples hoere
an Idea suggested Itself. She woe
dered that die had not thought of that
olutitm sanner and roved herel:
.eme days of iadeeam and werp.
e weould let Jim settle the while af
fir. She would inve the two young
men for the same evemtnl but nalther
would know that the other was cm
ina, and im, who would not etand far
any mao se, wold smon settle the
The very nezt meolme lieclle tele
phoned Jim to come up that evea· ,
and he answeruld la his msal athr
tative way tha t had ben a t "
sen and he wdld be eme emas.
Then die esaled up Deugt * He
4Wihed to hem heerwiwi iS
thanked her humbly for ca llan hia
I et he did not know what to say about
coamin "Do 7 readly want me, La
"Why, of corse, Reggie, otherwise
I wouldn't have asked you," she spoke
"Lucille! Darling, you make me
very happy. I'll be there."
Jim arrived first. Disposing of his
I hat, he linked his arm through Lu
dlle's and led her straight to a daven
port, and, once seated, he kissed her.
"Jim!" said Lucille reproachfully
"Look here, honey girl, you and I
had better come to an understanding,"
he said. "There's that little shrimp
Reggle Devereau hanging around here
and you know I won't stand for any
Lucille laughed a little and Jim con
"When I want a thing, no matter
how small, I always get it, and when
I've found the girl I love, well--a little
thing like Reggle won't stand in my
way, that's all-and he might as well
know, sooner or later, that I don't
stand for any nonsense."
Lucille drew In her breath. Reggie
might come any minute, poor Reggle.
And hardly had she thought of him
when the doorbell rang.
The portieres parted and Reggie
came breezily Into the room. "Hello"
I -aid stopped a second when he saw
Jim settled with Lucille on the day
enport. Lucille jumped up and ex
tended a friendly hand, "Hello, Reg
glie," kindly. "Won't you sit downy
"Hello, Ieggide!" called Jim patron
izingly, getting slowly to his feet.
"(;ood evening," answered Iteggte
stiffly, Ill at ease, a wrinkle lining his
usually smooth forehead; "what are
you doing here?"
Jim burst into a laugh and Lucille
looked at Reggle in genuine surprise.
"What am I doing here?" echoed Jim,
highly amused, and burst into an
other big boom of laughter. Lucille
I giggled nervously; she felt uncomfort
able. The line in Reggie's forehead
I was deepening.
Jim's laughter died out at last and
he turned suddenly to the other young
I man; this time there was no hint of
amusement In his voice, but that mas
terful, compelling note that Lucille
adored. "That's none of your busi
ness, Reggie Devereau! Now, young
fellow, I'll tell you something-I don't
stand for any nonsense. so-"
Reggle came forward like a men
acing wolf and the bear stepped back.
"I know you don't stand for any non
sense, Jim Burns; that's where we
two differ. I stand for all the non
sense In the world; I'm the most good
natured fellow you want to meet, but
when it comes to the serious things of
life, the big things, that's when my
good nature stops. I won't stand for
a poacher; get that?"
Jim's eyes blazed. "A poacheb
Who's a poacher?"
"You I You knew Lucille and 1
were engaged. Poaching is a serious
"Look here"-Jim fairly bellowed
"you have nothing to say about this;
It's up to Lucille: she can decide," anad
he smiled gloatingly.
"Not a word, Luelle," commanded
Reggie peremptorily. "Lucille de
ded a long time ago. If sheswa
vering now, I'll decide It for her. Now,
sir, you get out I"
Jim looked at Lucille; her eyes
were fastened on Regale in breathless
amasement, and perhaps he realised
that this was not any nonsense, for
without a weord he stalked oat of the
USE OF CAMELS IN WARFARE
Animals Ha Be en Employed Pram
Earliest Timew-apolefs Fa.
mous Dromedary Corps.
In the country where eamels liv
they have been used In battle trom
very remote times.
In his Egyptlan campaign, Nape.
leon decided ln 1798 to create a reg
Lment mounted on dromedarle to
coasist of two squadrons of four com
panies eaheb. The soldiers were to be
selected from the tntantry, to wear
distlnctive uniforms; and to be armed
with the weaporns of the itnfantry, plus
a very long lance. The soldiers were
to be mounted on dromedaries of s
perlmor speed and adurance. The
dromedaries seem to have been easy
to train, and no dleulty was incurred
in aecustomiag them to the drum and
This corps reached a strength of
abeut al hundred men and appears
to have been a ra ble mllitarl y force.
The usal day's march was about sev
enty-two ales and me case is cited
ot 500 miles in ight days.
The dromedary earps remalined in
existence about two ad a half years
lubmequaetly miar troops were
raised in Algeria, ad eals ln India.
The latter beeso war hended in
Ig, as It was eaemlidered too epen
Jimmieo' Geod Week.
"Motbher, is it true that a pple a
day keeps the doetor away."
"Yes, Jimmle. Why?"
"'Case If It Is, I kept about ta
doctors away tbls morning."
wewedd (arrivia bome)-Mr. Nap.,
bao Just told me hae'd sent ever a ivt
chlicken. Where is it?
Mrs. Newedd-I put it in our new
lee box to keep It freshb until it is
Meat the peat people ban
by having to wrrk be a I vias.
Our thults are as big to the
ther fellow as his appear to us.
Patle is a vIrtu, bet very
ites dae somethins is help
matts bet sthlng dewa and
There m times whem It takes
Besp sltugther then a basp a
trtsn to baed tit au
KEEP CLOSE GUARD
OVER THE FORESTS r
The season of the year is at hand
when there should be an increased t
vigilance to prevent forest fires. The a
forests lands are beginning to dry out
and fires at this season are more
serious than at any other time of the
year. In recognition of this fact the
Conservation Department is increas
ing its number of rangers, and citi
zeus generally are asked to render
them every assistance in their power
not only in putting out fires, but in
,uarding against their occurance. r
Fires in the forest not only destroy
the trees, which are becoming scarcer
and more valuable yearly, but they
also destroy or permanently Injure
the ranges, destroy the nesting
places of birds and squirrels and
other small animals, and do an inL
finite amount of injury otherwise.
In increasing its force of rangers
the Conservation Department hopes
to minimize the injury done by these
fires, but It cannot hope to succeed
to any extent unless it has the tarn.
eat co-operation of the people of the
neighborhood. The deliberate setting
fire to forests by ill-informed persons,
for one purpose or another, is now
prohibited by law, and serious penal
ties are attached to the custom. This
setting fire to the woxs for the pur
pose of improving the range, or of
destroying ticks, was some years ago
not uncommon, and a heavy price is
now being paid for the ill-advised act.
Forest flits injure, they do not Im- I
prove the range, and they do not kill
tihk. There is no benefit to result
from t'ieir occurrence in any case.
ST'i, ir e*ffect is always bad, and no
tahil eXt c·se can be found for their
pr.. tite. They annually destroy mill
icJls of dollars worth of property and I
at tinmes are destructive of human
life. Fires in the forests should be
fought as vigorously as those in
settled communities, for while they
are not as common they are usually
I more injurious, the property loss in
each case being generally greater.
CONTRACT IS LET
The Department of Conservation, t
through Commissioner M. L. Alaxan
der, has just let a contract for the t
completion of Its Beechwood Fish
Hatchery, located about 16 miles from
Alexandria, La., said contract having d
been given to the Lambert Construc
tion Company at an approximate
cost of $35,000.
This hatchery is being built for
the purpose of hatching the varied t
species of game fish with which to t
restock the sport fishing streams of
the State, and when completed will
be one of the show places of the
The hatchery Is situated on Indian
SCreek, three miles from Forest Hill,
and sixteen miles from Alexandria.
La., a most ideal location, as it will
be possible to distribute the fish to
all sections of the Ptate at a small
It is the purpose of the department
In addition to stocking the streams,
to stock the private fish ponds of
I the farmers and encourage them in
the raring of food fish, which may
be sold for profit the same as chic- k
ems or other food produets of the
There is nothing that meeas more
to the general public as a means ol
I outdoor rcreation and sport for men,
women, and childrea than fishing
and the Department of Coservatio
has recmgnlsed its obligation to the
eitisenry of the State In seeing that
there will always be good sport d
STUDY OF HABITS
OF SPOONBILL CAT
DIurin the past month R. L. Ba' 1
I ney, director a the United States Fish.
a eries Biological Laboratory, Freeport,
lowa, and P. A. Coultier of the Louis
lans Consemrvation Department, re
cued about 200 paddlefish, or spoon-i
bill cats, about a foot long, in borrow t
- pits along the Red River, tagged them
a with aluminm tags and released
Sthem in the main stream The fish
I were rescued near Lucas, La. both
Sthe State sad the Federal authorities
p have been interested a number of
Syears in the natural history of this
p fish, with a view of the artificial I
Spropagalthn ao the species, whichl is
v atable food, and whose roe is espe
Ielally valuahie in the manuiacture f
The Igrowrlg scardity of the fish 4
I and its commercial value have aroused
the interest of the Federal govern ii
ment, and led to investigatiuons ianto
Its life history, with partielar at a
tention to its baeding habits. At I
present the breeding grouand, the
exact temperatuare sad time sad d
manner of mating of the fish are an
known. The rapidity of growth, the a
Stime of attainment of sexual maturity, j
easonab migrations and their
causes are matters of conjecture oly. t
In fact the fish, uusual in appearmm
ance because of its long spatmete a
blD, Is something of a mystery.
The taggig done at Luess may r.*
suit In the solution of some of the
mysterious features In the life Itory
of this fislh. The fish were taggedls
with small metal labels on which
were stenled a number sad the ad- a
urs, "U. . FIsheries, FaIrpoprt a
Iowa." It is hope that say fisherman
who in the nest few years catches
say of tmhese tagged fish will co0.
rate with the state amd Federal aI
thorltles by seemding Itormatio r
garding the times, place, e, lemgth l
ad weightt f his emteh and th er-i
dent nearnes ati the captured fish to c
spawning. The tas have been lock.
ed through the central sortlon. of the u
large "spoon' of the fish and will I
probably remala in revdence for yearn
AmaDIamT ro cmAirNs or easI.
CANT lELT MATTB0EASN OM*V n
United gtates of Americs, mState of a
Loultssaa. Parish ot Orleu, Ctr et New e
Olieas, Be it ksows, That as tmas twea
ty-sixth day of the month of Jaly a the C
rear of ear Lord *e theasand, ail e
udred sad twenty-two, sad et the Is- a
depeidsee of the Untted Stats of Amerl- I
ca, the emse hundsed sad teetr-seveth; a
before me. Beary P. Dart, Jr, a notary
mblie, dU i eemaise4 ed eaqusied,.
a and fr r tbhs ame t me Parish o
Orms, i er lsa, t the p1e
mee the witraes i m and e
deelared that they are respectively the I
President and Secretary of the Crescent S
Felt Mattress Company, and that they ap
pear before me. notary, In their crapacity
as a committee for the purpose of putting I
in authentic shape certain changes. alter
ation and amendments to the charter of I
the said company, originally passed Iw- a
fore Itobert P. 'Upton. a notary putlh,- onl
Marnch 27, 1907. and as amtle-nded i,.) an ast
pI:isssel before Alexis Itrian. nstatry pub- 1
its. on January 21. 11920. the original a:nd
lmntldments whereof were r.e.orded i l
.Mortgage S(ffli. Iastoik -;7. folio ti01. land
M.ortgasge Ofice ltok 121Y. folio :t32 r.
-liestis . I ai ting under authorizaation of
ai resothition if theI stockhiolders of salid
Sorps raLio. .lladopted at :1 meetliig IheI
iion tithe 2th Iday of JIll. 1922.1 whetreof ao
s-riti-tld s ,y i, asnnsltesiXd hll relto for ftlhrtissr i
iTh, altprsrlsrs futrthaIr d, .l.rsd thlast at
Ill.the me-etiing .l f thIe stuckholdersr aforesa.id,
thei. hetir t r slital stsk f 4hk sh corIpora
tiolln isted and outstatlnding. b'eisg pres
eit aind repliresenttd ilthe foi'swinglls amll Illd
nIntsl to the halrter of the same Wll re
nuiIIi 'ul l}' aidopt id. t.-wit :
"itTl'IC.lC I The iamse andl title af thes
is rporati shall he the lsrese It I sri- rnii
t ;lland s Mattress Company. In.'. lnd t
illnder thli s-s orpor.llre t Hre thi said sor- t
osration shall have polwer and aulthority 1
to exist and enjojy stesslon for the full t
s-fo, of ti .st}-nine lars frisis the dates
of tllhis a ; to iIolstract., oils andl lih sued.si
and nto makei and use 0 a irporlate seasl,
al Il to reak and a:llter thI oa e a1 t pll I - a
or,. lto lsur-lih:se. lll. husl. leasce. receive..
se-llh. hypothwat and imortgage or pledge ,
iludesr its corpsrasts llle. iproperty, boths
rwi1. lpersoni and lllnied. inclhlslding pat- t
Iit-. 'patenst rihts. stha silks and to ll
thake aidirc ue bonds and oslstes. to elet
atid appointsl slith directors, officers and
,Lnt as the inlters'st and slssvenillcre oit
the. nrporatin may l rulslir.s to tb-tll v
lish I h-laws. rel s ahid regulaltions for tile a
aIlsallnal llet-t 4of the affairo of the 'sripo
ration. and to nlitsr thei i lu o it pleas:re.,
andi generally Ito pelrform ll lthings ee, -
a.rt oslr tnvtllieniet to icarry ouS the. oh
jests of the corporaltion.
AlTI'I.e F III--l The objer-ts and pIur
Ioses for which this corporaion is orru- s 'i
ved. and thle niaturel of Ihe IussinOess. to
-e ,sarried on by it are hereby deslarsdi to
to heI: to milanufacture miattresswes of all
kindsl and d-escriptions of whtatsoever laul
ts.rial that is proper, and all material
cinoessary and needllful for the nallnufsns
tsare of said lattrsss. anId to mainufa I
tolre filt, excelsior nd any and all bedt
illg matlerial. beddisng. pillows. iushions. I
Id sprelsal. awnings, rugs. lmatting. l ur
tains. tapestries, sheesting. tic kings print
oods.l dress cloths of all kinds and char
siter. beds. bed sprilngs, household goods.
furniture. kitchen ware. crockery, and all
things needful and ne-essary to enter I
Iuto the furnishing of houses, dwellings.
hotels. fantirles. and other places; to deal I
.tnd operate at wholesale and retail as
principal. agent, on commission or other
Sis-. an the manufa-ture of the articles
aforesaid. and alnl the materlasl used in I
the sanse; and to this end to buy. sell. d
own. leie anid otherwise operate a gen
sranl fae'tory Iln all of its branches afore
said. and to do and perform any and all I
things that mtay lie necessary to carry
olt the objects and purposes thereof.
"ARTICLE IV-The capital stock of
thsis corporation is hereby fixed at the
sum of one hundred thousand ($100.000.00)
doillars. and represented by one thousand
il.t0t) shares of the par value of one hun
dred ($100.00) dollars each. The amount
of said stock shall be issted full paid
and non-assessable, for cash or property.
or for services renderedl. Any Increase
of capital stock hereafter made may be
issued for cash or the acquisition of pro
perty or other businesses similar to or
that may become necessary in the op'ra
ton of its businesis.
"The stock shall he transferrable only
on the books of the corporation.
"ARTItI.E V-The corporate powers
of this corporation shall be vested in and
exercised by a board of directors, to be
compoisd of six stockholders who shall
own in his or her name at least one share
of the capital stock of the corporation."
This amendment being only Insofar as
paragraph one of said Article is con
"ARTICLE VIII-That all notises re
quired by this charter, or by any law of
the State of Louisiana, now or hereafter
provided, whether as to meetings of
stoc-kholders or board of directors, may
be waived by the unanimous consent of
the stockholders, or by the board of di
rectors, as the ease may be, such waiver
to be entered upon the anutes of the
meeting to which the same applied."
That save and except as amended here
la, the charter of said corporatieo shall
be and the same is continued is full force
That said appearers have required me.
notary, to cause these amendments to said
charter to be duly recorded, published and
ailed as required by law, to the end that
the same may be operative and binding oa
all persons who are now or may hereefter
become stockholders of said corporation,
or be otherwise interested therein or af
Thus done and signed in my notarial
office, in the City of New Orleans, on the
day, month and year hereinabove first
written, in the presence of R. B. Curom
well and Benjamin W. Dart, competent
witnesses, who have signed with the said
appearers, and me, notary, after reading
of the whole.
Witnesses: R. B. Cromwefl, Benjamin
[ N. C. CRIOMWELL.
H. N. CROMWELL.
I certify that the foregonlg amendments
to the charter of the Creseent Felt Mat
tress Co., Is a true and correct copy of the
original act passed before m on the
twenty-sixth day of July, 1922, and on
fle in my enotarial archlevres.
HENRY P. DART, JR..
(Seal) Notary Puble.
Sept. 11th. 1932.
I. the undersilgned eorder of Mort
gages, in and for the perish of Orleans.
State of Loulslana, do hereby certify that
the above and forgoling act of ineorpora
tion of the Cresent ealt Mattrein Co.,
was this day duly recorded In my *fice
in Book 129, folio -.
New Orleans, Sept. 13th, 1922.
(Siged) ROBT. SCOTT,
Sept. 0lOet. UL
CHARTER OF LIIERTf ICE CO, INIC.
United States of America, State of Loul
lan, Parilsh o Orleans, B It known, that
on this Ninth day of the meonth of Septem
wber, i the year of eour Lord on theas
and, nine hundred twenty-two, and ot the
Independendee Jt the United States of
America the one hundred forty-seventh, be
fore me, Joeslah Groelss, a notary public,
duly commissioned and qualiled within
and for the parish of Orleans, State o*
Louisiana, therein residng and into the
presence of the witnessesU named and u
dersignerd, personally came and nppernd,
the several persena whsne Uames re hre
unto subscrlbed, who severally declared
that. avaling tLemives of the benedta
and provslians of the constitutio of the
8tate of Loualsan ad of the laws of the
said state relative to the orgalsatten of
corporatloUs, · a particullysa of the pro
visalens of Aet 3C of the Geral Asembiy
of the 8tate of Leseana for the year
1314; they have unlted to ormnn ad do by
these pressta form and orgalneu them
selve s as well s such other persons who
may hereafter jol or beme asscLated
with them or their eemers, Into a stock
and under the cv a rgulnations ad
ARTICL I-- The name and th o this
corporation shall he I*erty lee Coe., nlae.,
and under ad nsame It rall exist and
continue and shall have and eloy cor
porate existence for a p)arted o ainasty
nine years from and after date hereo. It
mary Lare, receive, hold. borrw, lend, ex
chbange, acqluire by grant, gift or par
chee, devise or bequsth, sel, alleaste,
dispose of, cvey, liease, pledge, bypethe
cate, ecumber or moertgalge property of
any kind whether real personal or mixed.
movable or immova·ae; subet to such
limtatioas us may he prescribed by law.
It may Lmake, issue and endorse baonds or
notes nd1 other evidesnees o debt. It may
aecept mortgapge pledges, or ether
frma of security for money loeased or
other debts. It my contract, sue and
be sued, plead and he impleaded by or
in Its corporate name In any court of
competent jurediction. It may adopt
and use a corporate seal and alter the
said at pleasure. It may hold stoek in
other corpouatios and its capital stoek
may be 1ssued tfr capital stoLk in other
corporatlons. It may name, appoinlt and
employ suech managers, directr, icers,
agests and other empyes as ti sNid
business and conve· ece may lrequre,
and may Lx their eempensateio. It may
make sad establish by-laws, rIles and
regulatimons not Ineonsitent with thie
chalrter or with the law. aling oir alter
ing th * tttero , t
regulation and govme f it affairs
and maner o fatlatletan rlntra
tis o s sr lenk It map win bp and
isselem frf r be uonme a or din
salved in the manner preserlce by law.
It may conduct business in thia state. of
other states of the Union and In the fur- ig
eign countrles. It generally shall po-ses at
and enjoy all the powers, rights. Irivi
le.ges, and imnunilties whic.h ourporatli, .1.
are and may hereafter be authorized to 1l
iposesa" under the C'onstitution iad latw, l.
of this state, anid particula:rly untl.r A.\t
";7 of the acts of the General Assainlt.l a
of the, State of Lousliana. for tlt. ,.lr ,of
1914. It shall have power to inv.-st it. i
IourdI of dire.tors with all its .,rpr.rat.
Ipowers. subject to such restrictions as I
i.y i. iiellll d Il t 'he charter.
.A1Tlt'I.E II The doticilhe of thi- ',r tr
poratiot shall lie in the city of .New tar
I*-s:lns. Stat-. of L.ouilaai. and all .i;;t
lions ;usid othe.r l'gal pro.ess Psh:all ..
srvedl upon the Iresid-ent or in lithe .---lt lt
of his al t-en'e- upon the I i'-' -president. *.r
in the .event of the. abell'e of both of >d I
,firers,. upoI the se,.retary or tret.a;llr r
All TIt'l.E Ill -The objects and Ipur
Ipo.' for w' hich thijs .orpo rat i -i Is or
ga1tizdi. ullld th.- nature of the .ii, It u -ill
to Ibe 'arriedl oin by It are herely d.
',lared to bIe: T1o mainufalturt ie.,. alltd
to that .14| I.. buy. sell. lea-. tll.rtlr.. Ii
or othlerwise deal in all Lindls td i"'
Illtanttulftttl rli.n Iit:l.hllnery titd it.1 -tIr
a;llr machliitery* b tr I t. build anld ,lllipt.
to lbuy. sll. Ia.-. liiortgage ttand Ither ir
wi ilisplto" of oir e.u utner anld It. main . l
t;in ll aid operaf,, if.t Imantfurturlngl phulis ie,
. old tlorage Iplallts ;til othe'r i . \ -r
iplants of ally or all kinds, either for its It
.% ti ui. :lnl.1 .O.tunt ."r for a.'.- - tlt : .
othlleirsa: tllt ii tloiu t. l uL t i i ' it illl he ol' r..- i
tionil of any ~old stror:t'e llnt,l to ad l
:aitce l l one y or warehoullse re.1- ipts or t
lth.rwie w; and i On -lun ectionL ith a:l I , 11i
lithe purpol afo r.stl i.:l. Io .carry in .1,1 ,
0nallncll " ill Iithe b uIil.s of t h.11 %inc. .111lb .
,n'ltodi s,. wl arel s ; ill iithlrchal llr -. at ; ' hIl
.l.,' anll d retail. a:llld lllnerall% to dt, antldi
t.rfitorn all Iusluess prope rly itichlded
with or inldental to any of said o.l.j,. I
anid pIurpoes.. :.s htereitabove, st f.rtlh.
.AltrlTI'L I' V Ti-The anthotlriz , rllca tal.
stck of thit s a r orr:tiionl i hr.l I d
,lar.td It I.e the .suml of ,-i5' %It -IIve
tlihouand dollars, which Is dilid.Id into
a1and reptresented by aseven hlinudr.-.. lift
shlarel of the liar atlute of uoi.- hldlr .Il
ollrs pelitr shari- Saidi A:lp.it:il -to,.. .
shall Ibe. fully paid "n.1d Ito--,-.ll, t- l
h lint' isu -tld : llhall be rlepr,"-,'t hl,,lat .
',ertilates alld shall he pl.r-ntu l prp r l, a
No transfer of said capitail st.k -hall I..
iinnlg u1pon this -oriporatio nl-- Id* 1it
i n : I .o r d , n l e w i t h t h e c h a r t l r : , t , ,l ,. -
Itrs- and re,,rled In the bo.ks Ithert.f.
1ith capiltal stok Imay Ii. iittr.-se l itone
hI ndredl tlio lland dollars. by ,tellfilllne tl ll
of this charttIr at.ordilg to. law. li
Al r'l'lt.,E V Tithe ul slcss andtl affa:irs IT
oif this corporationl shall he iia:igLed and l .
the corlporate powera thereof Blested :n. tll I
Sxnerc'ised by t b.tard of directors of till lIt
1."r than four Il he elected tlnnii the of
stlekhold.rs. a majority of the dlrectors.
including the Ipresident and otlher ofit.ers.
.Ihall ionstitlutle a quoruml. Said toard of
direct.rs shall elect from amonlg their h
inumber. it president. a ,lce-lpresident. a A
trtasulrer and a sweret:ry. The boarid of i
directors shall have the full and cOlmplete .s
cintrol of the proliperty of this cor
plortLion. and manage the same asa
In their de.,.retion they may deem
best and not in violation of the lour- of
Ipose of this charter. The said board of Ili
dlire-tors shall also have the power to N,
make. alter, and annul such by-laws and
regulation of the affairs of thi. eorpora
tion as they may deem proper. The board 8-e
To Serve You Well With Electricity "
SO Convenient & Cheap NOW
WIRING AND APPLIANCES ON MONTHLY TERMS
South New Orleans Light & Traction Co.
n1 Elmira Avenae ALWIURS, LA. Phone Algiers 181 A 80o
NEW AND USED
NEW ORLEANS AUTO SUPPLY CO., Inc.
(The Original Auto Wreckers)
"We Wreck Prices as well as Automebiles"
1122-28 DRYADES STREET MAIN 515
Latest styles and creations. Never before have we shown such
marvelous selections of chokers, capes, costs, wraps, throws,
Our Prices Will Attract You
Buying direct from the trapper enables us to offer you furs at
prices much lower than elsewhere. Consider this. Priced at
their lowest for this month is surely an Inducement to buy
now, as affords you to own one of these gorgeous fars that
you wish if you come Immediately.
TwiSkLa America Mirk A Small Dept Down as
Chokers cures Any Fur. tered Free
special -------. .5.00 until you kdesire same.
Prolong the life of your old fur by having it repaired or re
modeled. Expert workmanship sand years of experience guar
antee just satisfaction. Ring Main 1034 and request one of
our expert furriers to call for your furs.
Remembers, prices are very low for this month.
Open All Day Saturday
Standard Hide & Fur Co.
Rtesil Ma stewaig Fwrin
00 Desem Sreet, OMe Block From Carel
SCIHLUTER'S JEWELRY STORE
EFes Testeda CGlasses Fitted
4318 MagazIne St. Near Napoleon Ave.
"THE BETTER DRINK"
LOISEL BOTILING CO. Inc.
88M CAMP 8TREg T
of dire..torN shnal bare power to appoint Ia
Sgeneratl tattlatgrr and ll IIgeaats.. 4lk44hs
e ,:,td i employees. 14d taiix ttheir sailatry or.
iompen stmi.ton iand termi oif otfice. andii
'hall hi:ave th.e rigtat to disma0iss tlhlel aut
.14:2'tsun', and salit thoard of diri".tors
-lilt tiaive. the rigtt to tix andil determine
it,.- satliries of th e s.".r: lii lii"r. hereinl
'mu o tidl for .i\n .:oii iti. ii the bea:irt
of tIri, c tin.s .1 .illelt 1.% the ro .11lia
-Iii 11. 4 i fi'f r .Ili tt4*. 24it 1 of tirl . at
*l i·~r 2.42 :1124 %.~· i ~iI.. i::.tr.·ritc
aii. i:iy lltiIlrt of . 'i:.t .2ir3f .fir. tor.
I n 'l ih tlr.l t anii i,. meetI ti tI1t.
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