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Sest 431 Atlantl'.
3.room houses $15
Extra lot of ground.
500 Verret Street.
_ t ,L , nwd.
S PER RINK
paeteially new; a bargain.
as beeemo iadependent by
or wr1to for catalog
mau i/ht Clasm.
11 TO LEARN BARBER
i bin. leasm lvretlgate and
iates. Call or write:
$14 Poydras St.
suas steady employ
.lear own. Larm it
Sas establlshed mann
Call R*oo 725 De
we mam real money during
n grA stock in estab
enterprise to your
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bear ma each, baa
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,03 OI.IVJER STREET.
F:ashlonable dressmaking. Reading.
braiding and embroidery of all kinds.
q Mrs. O. E. Hodge. 440 Franklin Street. Me
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING
Rebuilt typewriters always In stock:
any make bought, sold. exchanged; all
repair work and rebuilt typewriters guar
-anteed. 300 Chartres. Main 2219.
311331t3? PRICIs PAID
5 OLD GOLD, SILVER,
PLATINUM AND FALSE
owaI. , s3ess al. ea mi
Valear. nl l ad Paam Eats. Olm..d.
Dyed and Reshaped.
r. 233 N. Rampart St. Main 4T77
RED. $2: SPRING. $1.50: MATTRESS.
$350: SIDEBOARD. $5: DRESSERS, $7.50
WASHSTAND. $2.50; PORCH ROCKERS.
$1.75; KITCHEN SAFE, a5; WARD
ROBE. $S; REFRIGERATORS. 86; ICE
_CHEST. $4: DAVENPORT. $15: 8ANI
TARY COUCH. $3.50; OAK MIRROR
FOLDING BED, $15.
1304 CANAL STREET
t .. R. UIz,
l3 Vallmett St.
Phone Algiers 496
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Bids given on all jobs free
WUARING a COMPAM l.
SAIL MAKE ARwmaa as 19u
lio sad Tests,Thsas-,
Camberisd Niee, Mass NIL Cermur Ca
sal sad T.sls~ Sa Nw Odrssa
The Frame Shop; mnrrors alsu reallver.
d. sfaon uarantd. Satsfactlon guaranteed. 407 Bourbon.
"A little girl's tragedy Is her broken I
Doll Save her tears. For a trifling sum
yeou may have all sorts of Brake Deloa
repaired at the
DulI DOLL W1OUE,
M BOUDBON $ST ET.
RP. A.L B rW
Fine Repairing Deae.
I WANTND to pueces old mahogamy
sad resewood foraiture. Wa. Feldman.
4-7 Ryatl. Maba 414.
SDeIHvery It Algiers every Thursday.
Bruce Seed & Poultry Co.
INOTUBAsOR5, BROODs, EUmDS
RIOT-ORADE FLOWER. FARM AlD
r 732 Pydras St. NEW ORLEANS. LA.
Ceatral Market. Phone Algiers 481. eerser
Altx and Bermuda street. Cheleoe eat
Perk. Teal ad Muatin. FreS Meat say
time en day. . CATAN3lr Pro.
WOOD ANwD cOA,
1OrN KAPPLR. Leskr to Cael. Fire
wood sad lee. res to hie. 447 mlir
Aveme. Plhes Auer -W.
I 00PRJ AND SLATe DBALBRS
Camrr a FOn.
DEMAND THE 3FL. NAML
oar WILL NAVr TUa ORIGINtAL
AKNIET IWIII IIE I0FIH N ., Lae. '
21-811 &. amprt Sieel
MAINw m a NO lANCI t A-.
Truck Bodies sad Trailers
lse Luaber Trailers e
SCHAYER & SONS, Inc.,
- rmrll O'COlllNO -CO.
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Captain Aasusdsem may find the
pole, but he Is missing some lnice cool
Over Ln Europe the peace dove slfg
sweetly only when It riase to the pire, .
Sometimes we are In doubt whether
to Inavest n a new set of glads or a
Thad "ms st aP@ m a Iit i l
a the radio, becase you kaow 0e'a
Darata as a .an seoln at a
Pew r to 82S al wemames sres w e
mare without heels Ne thq am
Th'ey were slittling utnMo in the
moonlight. "3land," %%hi-lreld I:rn
est, "you knw I love y.,u. Will y ou
he mine?"' "Alas. Eri' st. I fear it
cannolt be." "Ah." gasEdl', Erneslt.
Iplt(ing his hlandl on his breast.
"broken at last '" "Vh:iat" 'screated
the cl'rl. thllro inlg hier airiims labout his
neck, and her breath coming in great
panting subs, "I did not mean it
Ernest. (h, spe:ik; tell me what is
broken, It is your heart:" No, my
darling, only my collar stud, I felt It
A Painful Contrast
"I got even with an (,old school
teacher who used to thrash me when
I was a boy," remarked Mr. Wad
"How did you do it?"
"I gave himnt a lift in my limousine.
The opportunity to calculate my in
come and contrast it with his salary
probably spoiled his day."
"Do you believe the movies are la
"Certainly. Elderly ladies in little
country towns who have never been
out of the counties where they were
born can tell you all about the under
world of Paris."
Worse Than "Dry."
Meenister-I hear they've gone dry
In the village where your brother lives.
Sandy-Dry! Man, they've gone
parched. I've just had a letter frae
Tam, an' would you believe it, the
postage stamp was stuck wi' a pin'"
Toe Literal. 1
"Well, did you hire a fiat from that
"I did not. I remarked that I want
ed one big enough to turn around in,
and hanged itf he didn't ask me to
stand up while he took my exact s
"Why do they use such bright colors
In bathing suits?"
"Sometimes a bathing suit fits so
very close," replied Miss Cayenne,
"that colors are necessary to call at
tention to the fact that it is being
STYLES FOR CAVE GENTLEMEN I
Stoneclub: I see you're wearing "
your pants sklnside inside. Don't
you find the raw hide a little
Skinpant--Sctnewhat but it's bet
tsr so. My wife patched the seat
with a porcupine pelt
Our childhood fancies often rule 4
The games as days mature draw neeau
When we decide on "pbylng school."
Each wants to be the teather dear.
A Privilege of Citizenship. I
"Mr. Grumapso is a typical Amer- I
*In what res'pectr t
"If be were to hear a foreigner sbus.
tag our government the way he doesI
hostilities would begin forwith."
He Had Him Right.
Young 8wain-Mr. Rockmorton, give
me your daughter. I shall carry her
n my hands always.
Mr. Rockmorton (Ihank president)- I
Yes, but first I shall have to put yes I
em your feet.
In New York.
"Who are adl the people on thhl
"Oh, the beauty and chivalry oft
New York." I
"I se the chivalry li letting thei
Ceuldn't Find It.
"Where have you been?"
"Over Europe; and say."
"This realignmeat of nations ha
wiped out Grasstark."
Apgprentke--Wht Is In this bott3eI
vwth no label?
Chemist-That's what you use whee
ayou can't read the prescription.-I
No Causee for Alarm. I
The hllstro--Really. Justine, yes
are wearing very pretty silk stockings
The Mald-Don't be auneasy, mad
ame; I got these at my last situatieo. I
-London Oplnon. I
The Value of Exercise.
"A hIg. sreng man like you ought t
t be ashmamed to go around begging.' t
Whe I arted out I wa a phyd u
cal wreek. Wnlkln' dmpe it. mum."
Rusla anrchists have nla ag
lnastances become converted to tihe h
lt that any kindla of a governmenat i
better than none at all
A Ust of the 12 greatest women
ased for. It wroea't be malled tn mas
instances uti It rst has been car
eglly sartilaed at home.
It M sld these has been a ave
Scut t of gI.A a year in tlhe -a
Maie or mevinI seas and use th#
I -' -.1
DIVYlS OF FUITUR MAY
BEI 8UPPIJED WITH AIR.
-Hose for conducting air from
the surface to the diver under
the water has always been con
sidered Indispensable. An elab
orate system of pumps operat
ed either on land or in boats
has been necessary to force
fresh air continuously through
a great length of hose to the
man below the surface. Not long
ago, however, It was announced
that some inventive genius had
conceived and, it is said, put
Into successful operation a de
vice which it is thought will do
away with the old alparatus for
diving once the new system is
By the new method the diver
carries on his back two steel
bottles containing highly com
pressed oxygen. Another cylin
der contains chemicals for ab
sorbing the carbonic acid ex
haled from the lungs. A system
of piping carries all the impure
air breathed out to a chamber
containing the absorbing chem
ical. In this compartment the
carbonic acid gas is entirely
eliminated. A small amount of
oxygen, just enough to renew
the air, is added to the changed
and regenerated exhalations and
passed on to a compartment in
the helmet, where it can be in
haled through the nose or the
mouth. By this method the
vitiated air is continually be
ing made over into new. The in
ventor contends that his device
will do away with the accidents
and loss of life which have oc
casionally occurred through de
fects in the diving hose or
SHOWS IMPORTANCE OF WOOL
How Much of It Each Persn Uses
Has Been Proved to Run
How much wool does the average
Every inch of cloth contains about
twenty-five threads running down
wards and the same number running
across It, so that a square yard is
made up of 1,800 threads. each a yard
To simplify calculations we may as
sume that every yard contains a mile
of wool yarn. The average suit or
costume needs four square yards of
cloth, so that every man or woman
wears something like four miles of
wool. Allowing two sets of clothes a
year, we And that each of us uses
tour hundred miles of wool in fifty
When we come to linen and cotton
goods, with eighty or one hundred
threads each way to the inch, the total
length of thread becomes appalling. A
single handkerchief may contain 2,400
strands each fifteen Inches long, so
that 1,000 yards of cotton thread are
required to make it. A shirt repre
seats about three miles of thread. Is
fifty years everyone of us uses any
thing from 500 to 1,000 miles of cot
How Much for Librariesa
A dollar per capita Is the Americas
Library association's estimte of a rea.
sonable annual minimum revenue for
a modern public library, secording to
the Survey. This sum, In the average
community, would cover the salaries of
trained librarians, a main library with
reading room and branch libraries and
reading rooms within easy reach of all
the people, assuming a registration of
at least 80 per cent of the population
as card holders and allowing for home
use about five volumes each. In most
large cities other endowed or private
specialised librarie are available for
students; where this is not the earse
the buadget allowance of the public li
brary for epensive books must be
much higher tha s is included in the
eetimate gitve. Ior does this include
extension work ae children, or for for.
sigi speaking, ecial business or other
social groups within the population.
How Day Came to Be Divided.
The division e the day into homs
appears to have origlinated with the
Babylolan magicdan-prlest tbhousands
of years before the Christian era.
They devised the sodiac or belt en
delrcilag the heavegs and divided It In
to 12 parts correspondg to the 12
eostellatlonos. They divided the year
Into months, the day and the nlight
nlate 12 houre sachb the hour tnto 6o
minuates ad the minuate lato 0 see
ends. The priests ware the world's
greatest astronomers as well as astre
egs and their alendar was U
cheaged until the time of Jultos
(aesar. A ll chlised atlns se this
etem of dividisg the day.
Hew to Cement CellulOd.
The collodl soluation sold commear
dally under a well-knaowna trade name
will be fud eaective as a cellulaold
eement. Another cement csan pre
pared by mlxing the fonllowing lingredi
eats: OCmpeo, one part; alcohol, fear
parts; dissolve and add an equal
quntity, by weight, et uhellae.-Pope
hr Slsence Monthly.
Hew She CouM TOIL
Ma Orabb-I can tell without t
tlg whether John has won or lost at
pewter the minute he comes home.
Mrs. Grabb-If he huas lost be
throws hisM peant acroes the foot eof
the bed. I he has woa he pets them
under his pllow.-Amseican Legio
Maybe, as the historians say, there
have always bea flappers, but there
is no reason to believe that Eve
bobbed her hair.
The Taena-Arica controversy is an
other o those International continued
stories n which it is dfeicult to slIm
ials -eer iteres.
The dty o mmane is over. sad
the traveMl m wh registers from I
1Sew Trot no kngel bIldres awe.eves
In o rhew tilagm.
How doth the little busy bee
Improve the passing Lours
In gathering up the awe, ts ot ise
And do lging all the sirs.
Veoather Ex.,ert-W-\ hen I ':ty it's
goii.g to Ie titn', !ti's wet : giut whent
I say wet, it's tine! They'll sack ime
t'. l!t'::eute-tick to locaall hoers.
.MiENIMENT TO ('ItARTER OF Pt L
FREUIN D, INC.
I'nited States of America. State of
Louisiana. l'Parish of Orltans, ('ity of
New n rltans. Ito it known, that
on this tw, ntyv-fir-t day of the month
of A.\uglt. in the year or our Lord oun,
IhonI-.n.t. nilne hundred and twenlty-two
an1d of the Ilndependence of the IUnited
Stat. s of America, the one hundred and
forty -sixth. blfore nme. Conrad G. Collins
a Iltary pulll e. dulty conlluisionet lndit
qualitie.d, in and for this Parish of Ofr- 1
,.ans. State of l.oni-rala,. therein residing. I
and in the lpresntee of the witnesses here- I
hiatter thtned and undersigned, per-onall3
canno and app,,eared. Pault Freund. presi
deutt and ahler Poxnot. secretary, of
Pau:l Frund, Incorporate.d, a corporation
rcntited under the laws of L.onlisiana. by
ipublic int before the undersigned notary
on the 24th day of January. 1917. and
which stid act of incorporatilon Is duly
recorded In the office of the Rtecordner of
Mort:gages for the Plarish of Orleans in
Iook of ('harters l2t,. at folio 2tU. of the
current records of said office on the 24th
day of January. 1917, and the said a- t
pearers ncting in their said ,capacities. as
president and secretary of Paul Frund. t
Incorporated. atnd for and in behalf of the
said corporation, oneer and by virtue of
the authority conferred on them by all i
thie stockholders of said corporation, at a
general meeting of the stockholders, held a
at the domicile of the corporation in this
city, on the 19th day of August, 1922., as
will appear from a certified copy of the
resolution adopted at said mee.ting, and l
which resolution is made part of this nat.
and recites that a general meeting of all
the stockholders of Paul Freund. Incor
porated, was duly convened and held at
the dominile of the orploratlon. 311 n
C'hartres street. New Orleans. l.a., on the
19th day of August, 1922. for the purpose
of considering the making of certain
cihanges and amendnlents to Articles 3
and 4 of the charter of said corporation. t
and that at said meeting all of the stock- ti
holders owning the entire stock were prs
ent or represented, and that all the stock
holders unanimously voted to amend and g
reenact Articles Three and Four of the
charter thereof, and authorized and di- I
rneted the said appearers to come before e
the unldersigned notary public, to preserve t
and embody In a legal notarial act the
said action of the stockholders of Paul v
Fr.eund. Inc. o
And the said appearers declared, that '
they hrve appeared before me. the under
signed notary. nider the authorization
aforesaid for the purpose of embodying in
authentic form the action of the stock
Inulders. In altering and amending Ar
tidles Three and Four of the charter of p
said corporation, so that the said Articles It
Three and Four of the charter of Paul C
Freund. Incorporated, shall be reenacted h
and hereafter be. and read as follows:
ARTICLE II1-The objects and pur- 1
poses for which this corporation is formed
are here declared to be. to conduct in the ti
full sense at wholesale and retail the busi
ness of drug stores, pharmacies and con- ti
I fe'tonaries. to manufacture chemicals. t
pharmaceutical compounds. candlies, and
confections of every description, and to
buy. sell. import and export drugs. chemt- i
cals. pharmaceutlcal compounds. candins, h
confections and any other merchandise
for its own account, or for the account
of others, on commission or otherwise.
and to engage in any business incidental
to. or nenessary for the proper conduc
tion of the business.
ARTICLE IV--The captlal stock of this
corporation Is hereby fixed at the sum in
of One Hlundred Thousand Dollars ($100.
00000) which said capital stock mnay be o
increased in the manner providled by law
to the sum of Two hundred and Fifty a
Thousand Dollars ($2'0,000.00) said cap- si
ital stock shall be divided Into One Thou- ri
sand shar-es of the par value of One Hun- tj
dred )Dollars ($100.00) each. to be paid
for in cash or other property, or other in
rights actually transferred to the corpor- a
ation, nl lieu of cash, from appraised a
value set upon satl property or rights
by the Board of Directors, for which f
property, so appraised and transferred. n
the corporation may issue Full Paid
Thus done and passed. in my office. No. In
41R Godehaux Building. New Orleans. at
L.ouslaana. on tbs, ay. month and yeatr e
first above written. In the presence of nl
Amanda A. Madden and Roger Farnet, w
Jr.. competent witnessesa. was have here- i
unto signed their names with the said st
appearers and me. notary, after a due
reading of the whole. n
(ORIGINAL SIGNED.) re
Paul Freand. Prenident: Walter Poy-. t
not. Secretary; Conrad G. Collins. Notary. '
Witnesses: Amanda Madden. Roger hi
I, the undersigned Recorder of Mort- Ii
rages. In and for the Parish of Orlcans, te
State of Louisiana. do hereby certify that f
the above and foregoing amendment to i1
the Charter of Paul Freund. lneorporateil. t
was this day duly recorded in my office i
in Rook 1279. follo -. New Orleans. La.,
August 21st., A. 1. 1922.
(Signed) ROBT. SCOTT.
Deputy Recorder. as
A true copy of the origiaal act on file i
li my office. New Orleasn, August 21. f
CONRAD 0. COLLINS. to
Aug. 24--Sept. 28. Notary Public.
CHARTER OF IRA I ALSA. IN('. t
United States o( America. State of
Louisiana. Parish oi Oreans. City of New
Orleans. Be it kneLh. That on this lat
day of the month of September In the
year of our Lord. one thousand. niane
hundred and twenty-two, and of the In
dependence of the United States of h
America'. the one hundred and forty
seventh, before me. William J. Guste. a th
Snotary public duly commlmiasloand and
qualified in and for the Parish of Orleans.
State of Looisiana. therein residilg and
in the presence of the witnesases wbose m
names are hereunto subscribed, personal
ly came and appeared the several persons t
whose names are hereunto subscribed. aN I,
ef full age,. who severlly declared to me. ,
notary. that availing themselves of the
laws of this state relative to the orgenl- p
i atlia of corporations, they have cove- i
nanted and agreed and by these presents p
do covenant sad agre and bnlad them- t
I selves as well as all such other persoes
who may hereafter become associated with E
them to form, a corpmeatoie for the ob
jects and purpoems and under the artleles
I and stipulationas following, whibch they
bhereby adopt as their charter, to-wit:
ARTICLE I-The name of this corpo
ration shall be Alba A Alba. Ir.. and I
under its corporate name It shall have
power and authority to have and enjoy
corporate existence for a period of ninety
Snine years from date hereof unless sooner S
dissolved by liqludatlon or otherwise. -
It shall have power to contract, to sue and
be seed. to make and use a corporate seal
8pd to alter and break the ame at pleas
ate: to purchbamse, receive. lease. hold or
otherwise acquire and convey as well as 0
mortgage and hypothecate aunder its cer
porate name. property, real,. personal and o
mixed, corporeal and Inaorporel; to bor
row money and make and issue boeads and R
other evideanes of inadebtedness, and i si
desired. to secure the same by mortgage U
and otherwslee; to buy and hold stoack into at
other companies Ilncident to the objects ,
and purposes or the expaasion of the s
business Inaterest of the corporation:; to t
name, elect and appoint msuch managers.
agents, directors so~ ofreicers as the in- a
terest and eonvenience of said corpora- st
tion may require. sd to make and Os- a
tabliash as well as alter and amend at o
pleansure such by-laws, rules and regula- At
tons tfor Its proper governmeat as may t
be deemed ecsaay and proper, and to
generally to do any and an things macl- d
dent to or necessary and proper for thebl
lanterest of the bausiasos oft the corpora- -
ARTICLE IIf-The domakie of this cer- e
poration hall be in the City of New Or- th
elans ln the State of Lootisiaa and all U
citations and other leral process, shaIH be o
served upon the preaIdest of the corpra
tisoa. and in tMhe event of his absence, th
upon the meretary-treasummrer. 01
ARTICLE II--The objects and per- u
poesm for whleh this cerporation is es
tabllahed and the nature of the busiess h
to be csrried ea by it, ar deared to
be as fellows: r
To carry H the busness tof manuhe- k
turers agents and merheadise broke': ;
to buy ae* and generafly deal La oods be
and mmerchandlse a y at re whate- u
Iroo rgaeter ; toe ndut oand as
on eh ehs' u o e8 may he Vnlu
ens emar - dsrrvr dr IrpsspE-J
bd4 theLI reuml rspe a ·L~
CHARTthR v .uo of th "otperrti right' t
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tind firt rihtof tl o lpur hi shall the nlre
of .tda.k rto ie the diatp of bythe fi- T
lettllh. rei oClri n t or otherwise olf o
of ti,. to.h-khll,,r,. of t,, -.r or.ltionl.
and halll have entitled iodn url or t. liiyro i i
tohh ii rIne pt fur dealine .h ifr of rtoi own
lie trtr nisuoid li the bloard of directors .
the aird tlork, then elthe oi khall hor ld
foikh folers whr or madentl the offer to we- d
or othl frwise to hpld of this snit-k laof
sell ur otheis or dispo. of it i tina y ith dl
nr n. at lany oprite that h e or they
mail e fit. r ut' hr or i shri areof th stcu k i
ish. ad under tile condition alni under- r,
tding that nVll-To hs kholder orhall make i
a sale or transfer of his stck ied m iolai sd
lton ofl ohr i rat lsind and wih sathle on-r
sentrafer. if a-thl.l of all the vtiki. Ind this t
a beny shall or iundmmater no obligat io
to is.t said stuck Oil its h nt.k. ,.r to re- I
gard to l holdttr of the nayerifiat be e thereof. a
AItTICLI.E VII The corporate powers a
idf tltt corporatition athall td iha andthe
exercl d by a r board of thiree diretirs. 0
two ofk i hornl shall set oitute an qu n-orum
Th,.' directors of thi ,oroc in rctis o the i
vote in person or by wristhn proxy at any
of lltunt I1ting of here boasrd f dirout to0rs;
and the board of dire,.tors lllay delegh'te
any of its powers to any officer or offi
i.r, or tn-y other represenative of l tndh
TcompanTly y ap roriate reolf ation and all hat
The tirt board f direct to inof this hrter o
pratioud y shall ee compo nd of the ful a
lowinge: Edward Alba i. vOswald Alnots I
Sharles o .lba.lii. with offiers as follows:
Eldwardl .itn . restuid.lt : Osw this har- p
tl'e-pre.hdenit : 'harles Alba. secgretary- c:
ter. e , nd hy ll liton r oth e nrwie il the af
• e4.ond M.1lnday of January. l!t.. or until w
their ur,'es.-r' are elected and qualified. c"
Tfairshe diretors shall be elecdated annually.
the one ond Monday of Januery of eah a
Notice of such meeting shall be given
teno days pri who to the date of the meeumt
lng. in writing and sent to each stouck
holder at hi llast known addrest thes.
Eacih tuckhodhchr th shall at such annal P
meeting or other meetings, general or
and theirl, be enttled in person or by proxy
to onase vote for each share of stnck owned
Efid li hdatoll tbe he d under luch rulesi
nd r megulatillons as may from tie to time
toe deter inild ofby the board of directors.
The directors. when eltcted shall hold cl
offie forbl one year or until their surcet
ors shall have been elected and qalhs darr d
and failure to horld the anunal meeting of- t
stholdckhold or to r elect annually the din
hawtre s hall not operate the forfeiture of
that this charter or ay righte thereunder.
ArltTon VIIIof -Thie coharter or at of at
iuorporation may le changed, modin the d,
anltered or amendnded y and with the con
thet ,o f two-thirds of all the stdak presend dnt
at any n.eting. general or speial, held
for that purpose: and sre mrt ndments P
may be material or immaterial subject 11
only to litenmid tation a presen may be ofy law pr- t
videdt and this corporation shall have thento t
pownedr to increase or dewireth e it capital
stalk a< herinbefore set out. and any in- h
erera in capmetal stock in excess of the
whi. Ch it may e increased. may be made
by ( three-fourths vote o i all outstandng.)
.itTI'I.E IX-Notice of any and all
meetings referred to in this charter or
reluirld by law, shall be given in the of
manner protihed for giving notics in of
Recorded Priah of elOrtions. unless the same shall
have been waived. IN
IARTI'll X--In case of disolution.
liqidation or termination of this char a
ter. by limitation or otherwe. the af-.
fairs of the corporation shall be liquidated
by one or more Iiquidators elected by the
Sto.kholers who may provide the num
iter of aeid lof quidAtorc. and etate ofem
Lowih nauch power ndof Orlna uthority ofs may
Orby law e permitted; fix that on terms tn d
din a of the moath or disability of ny onear
of oraid Liqrdatorne, the oanmadning liqu-r
datrs may Ntll the vacancy ord continue
to art on behalfh of the orporation. r
ontradtn, ndebt or faultsen of the corpora- t
tione or of any of itter ofaeW, nor ndallr
any me perinformality in organizationred.
have the effect o renderi ar tbl charenter
mull d voidf theor or exposn ny tock- at
tholder to any lIhilty beyondof the t ofn- lo
paid balance due onrl the toek held byon
of ARTICLE o. -The Aubrbers of th ertol
have written ppoaite atheir namets thre- e
that thien harter eronantody served ars the sub-a
doiption lbt of the eorportiont, arll ofe t
himanner and form tses as well hel.
rThus dbeomne acad pwsed at my oice, in
the city of New Ord eanp. on the day andfor
l the obeth and yp r heen urat abov the
writteent and in tlputloen of Wm. M l
son Smith. Jr.PRODU andC COPa. Chases, nom-d
ugrned theirt namei with tal shad np-j
niarer and me, otary, at her reading of
the ower to hold. reee cn tr -
fr morWitnesses: Wan. Mason tcmith, Jr.o Part l
r(Names o ubscrbero ema tn ed:.)a o
d note d Notather bllt Publi t
R ordo it Parish o Orlteans, M. O.T
ad. peaI , tlmo o e m t al
(Seale WILLIAM at. GUSTur
Iniyed StateL et America, e tate of
day of the meath ot Auust, the year
aloned and qualltied. In and for this City
and the Parish of Orkesa, therel
-' uIVa namelt, aplpoint and iempioy such manin
ai ,.r, dirtors, officers, agents andi
o;t.r empllloyes as its inter."sts, busin,ss
a.nl ousvenIIteI . nuay ret.uilre, and lita
fil their comnpensaltion. Iavuing due re
.rd to tlit.' nature, caracter and value
of their servii.,... It I:ty make and ra
t.itblih by hias. ruleh, :itll regulations nit
itUssiiisl5 it aith this chairter or any ex
I~tillng l;I, fixinglll or aill ring the Itianagl
SII:t of its proplrrty the, regulation and
:ii 'erniuleit it tof its tt; ir- :and the lannerir
of tihe certiflcaiitm li.,l registration of its
-tck. It tll.y ild tit and dis.olse
Il-t!f, or be Wotjllft il, and dissolved itl
the mannelltr presr.tbtd by law. It iina%
.,di:,t IusinesII* ill tlhis t:llte. the I'ederal
I-trl t-. the 'Trrifriies iiand po.ssions
.f th I ited StI.--. iand itiy foreign
,'fiatiry. It s :ll IIh:t, pten.r to invest
its lhtaIrdl of loze.tr., s ith all of its
surlor.,te 1iont rs. - r , .i t to such restri,
iiu.- :i i' tv be i' Itn d iill this charter.
\hl it ar. Illy still iha:s. and possess
.,l fht-.lp -cr. right . priti i,.es and ii
n Iuniti s il tb high orpoura:ltions aIr.l a it i:ltay
llher.-.itter li aiuthorizied o h. t. .nud pos
s.s uldlIer the t',lustituti.iln and lawsi of
this s-at'-. nd ,l pirti. t!.irlv i1ter Act No.
,f th, - t.' 'f i tl i t . fir Ith .. 3. iar
1914 an1d the a:frnetlln: et - th.-rrlo.
.lItTl E - II. Th, ,io . tie., of the osild
lrplor.tion shall Le I, the' lty of New
iritif.ll . larish of (tr,.i.f- sta.-l of lOuiis
i.t ai. but it ti:ay -t.i l-i aild maintainiit
ofit ..: aitnd I ien. iis throutighiouit the
I ntt.Id St.ti . iI of .tile ri, fld toreirit
All itatfions anil oith r 1- al process
hitll -,e s remed on ii.- pre-l ani.1,,t or Il
his absi-e. onU h.' lite l're-idefit of the
orp,-ratio) f it the il.s litt of the ai bsentce
if the Pr '-idh, lit ifand Vi'i I'ri -:it lit of Ilth
.,hi e t irp .or llt ili . I1, II -.r iI pr n - sha'
Ie erived On tite, Se,'ritary.
AltTIIt I I !. The olbjttIs and pur
lptf.e Ir t thitfh this turpir.ition is organ
I:d al l n lif lituir,. of lthe bullsiness to
tie carried oun by it ar.' herebily declared
To litl . .-,it. ship. store, consign and
rle.i. ilt u ll.Vi nsiliini lit. itiip rt and ei
port. :iuanl ielt.r.ily d.1- l iii. either at
r r:tail or wthol.lt. or r :In a broker or
Sprincipattl. cegs. I'h. fruit-.. prodluce, vege
tablesi. polltry, dintk., rabbits. wild gaime,
iir and ill kind ailld tnlfiter of perishable
I and all other foold prodi.ts. and to carry
tillon a gecr'.i l rokelr.iL.c , lai I joii ing bus
Inths Iliad ll ofther food-l ffi .
Anid gei-nirlly to hold aind exercise all
t such iuidental lpowers and lprivileges as
relilate to the obj.ects aind purposes here
Sinaboe t.et forth, or as may be neces
sary, useful or oellnllient for effecting
stid olbje't"s and purposes, or any of
ARTICI.E IV Tih-, authorized capital
istock iPf this 'orpforatiou i- hereby fixed
at and declared to ibe the sumt of $30,000.00.
which tapital stock imay be increased In
Sthte llililr provideid Iy law to the sum
of $100.1ti t00
Tit', prestniitly iuthoriedl capital stock
of thls corpioration shall consist of 300
shares of the par vinle of $100.00 each.
It shall lie repre.uirted by certifleates,
shall tie full ti:tid anil non-assessable
whin itsued. ihall lie issued only for
liabor done, or for propirty actually re
ciIved, or for lonlluse to be paid its
empiloy'els. or in lieu of cash dividends,
when and ias said dividendus shall have
beconte na''rued. or for Bash to be pald
at such lnties and In such amounts and
I aftr such notice as may be determined
by the Board of Ilirt.-tors, and shall be
personal property. No transfer of sail
capital stock lshall b" binding upon this
cotrpoiration II il-ni madiil In ei'iordincei'
I with its charter andt by-laws and re
corlded on the books thereof.
ARTICLE V. No stockholder may sell.
assign or transfer his stock in this cor
poration without giving to the other
!stockhlders, through the Secretary
Trrasurer of this corporation, notice in
writing of such Intention. and the other
stimkholdlers shall have the right for a
I ltriod of 90 days from the delivery of
such notice to the Secretary-Treasurer to
pullrChlilse all or any part of the. stock of
such stockholder for cash at the market
value thereof. after which 90 days the
sadi stoktk llmay be sold without restric
Other stoc-kholdrs desiring to pur
chase stock under this article must Is
due lilne give notice of such desire to
the Secretary-Tre.asurer of this corpora
tion. In the event that the other stock
holders offer to ba y more stock than Is
offeredl., stockholders offering to buy shall
Ie entitled to buy the offered stock Is
Sequal Iprolortions of the amount of stock
offered for tile.
No sale or other transfer or assign
I ment of stock In this corporation shall
I be valid until and unless opportunity to
purchase such stock has first been give
in the manner hereinabove provided to
the other stockholders of this corpora
tion. and this right so vested in the
other sto,'kholders shall follow into any
hands into which it may pass any stock
sold. transferred or assigned without such
opportunity being given, and may be ex
,.rc.sisedl iallinst the hlolder or holders
thereof within 90 days after such stock
is tendered for transfer on the book. of
this corporation, and no transfer of any
such stock shall be made on the books
of this corporation during the pendency
of said 90-day period.
ARTICLE VI. All of the corporate
powers of this corporation and the man
agement of its affairs shall be vested in
and controlled by a Board of DIrectors,
composed of three (3) stockholders ex
rept that the officers of this corporation
shall have and exercise the power gratd
to corporate officers of Section 16 of Act
t6 oft 1914.
A majority of the Board of Direttays
shall constltute a quorum for the treas
actlon of any and all hbusinees, sad a
majority vote of the quorum present at
any meeting shall be valid and corporate
acts. within the scope, authority and
power of the Board tof Directors.
Bald directors shall be elected annually
on the firat Monday in Oetober tof meach
year. commencing with the irst Moaday
in October. 1923. and such directors so
elected shall hold office for so yoer or
until their successnors shall be duly elected.
qualified and lnstalled. Pallure to slet
directors at any annual meetlg shall
not dissolve the corporation, but the
directors then In ofllefe shall bheld over
ustil their msuccoassors are duly elected.
qluallfed and lastalled.
hack stoekholder of record on the boksa
oft saMid crporatlIon shaU lbe enatitled to
ecast It the meeting oft stockhoblder for
the eleetln of dIrtertors, either nla person
or by proxy, one vote for each sharel of,
stok eld by him, ad n a majorilty of t~e
votes cas att sech meetaing shall elect or
decide any other question before It.
All meettngse of sid stoehkholders or
diretors shaill be ld at the domIltle
of the corporatn. except wit the writ
ten conwnt of all directors.; vllid meet
Ingars of directors may be held ontaide ot
the state, or In the atate, elsewhere than
at Ita domicile.
Asy rvaearey oecuring, for say crase,
In the Board of Directors, between the
dates of the ananal mttngs hert· prOe
vlded for, shall be filled by the remaan
lag members of the Board of Directors
Immediately after theb sanud eettkIn
of directors they aball meet aed elect
from their number a President. one or
more Vice-PresMeatts, a Secretary, ad a
Treasurer, but which two latter ofirce
may be combined i one and the same
The dutIes of sach ofirers bajll
be suchm m usually pertain to the peoition
to which they are elted, and senb as
may be provided for in the by-lawr, or
as my be designated by the Roard o,
Dilrectors at say regular or spelial met
lsntilt the first annual meetlng of the
stekholders for the electIon of the dim,
tars. to be held onl tl first Monaday Is
October. 19ff. Vincent festigllots. Josph
Pellegini and Jobh Weymas shall com
pose the first Board of Directors, who
shall serve until the first election oft the
diretors or until their lsurccrasors areduly
elected, qualified and installed; and .atll
that time VIntat ('astillola shall be
Preddent: Joseph Pellegrlnl, ViceO-PFr-s
dent. aod John Weyman. Seeretary.
ARTICLE VII. This charter may be
amended or this corporation may be dla
solved It the method and masser pre
vided by law.
ARTICLE VIII. .'o mnembr of thin
corporatlina shall ever be hed Iable or
responsllde for the contracts or frauts of
this cnriporatlion in any tfrther sam than
the unpald baelance for hls stoek sb
srription. aor shall any mre lanformality
t erralsaton have the effec( t eo aI er
lag this charter noll or of exposing a
member to any liability than as above
'TheI done and passed in my ofire at
the city of New Orleanas, Leulstaus. n
the day ead date first belaabove writ
ten, In the presene of 5. Myhband and
B. TUregano. eompetent witaneCe, who
hmeanto sla their names with saMid ap
pslrers and me. Notary, after due read
l[g of the whele.
Orinal rigaed: V. Castlgllola. iii
share, Nerw Orleans: Joel. Pellegrlal. U
shares. New Orleas: John Weymla. U
sares, New Orleans.
Witnesses: B. 3 n. ra. 1. Mybtad.
OBIIERT R. RAOS.
Rota Pt b hle.
iNew Orle.as, La., Sept. , 1 U . . @ .
WIS. Polo 0,
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