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TVESDAY and WEDNESDAY Will — ANNUAL AUGUST SALE BE CONTINUED. Special Prices on Matting, Rugs, Shades, Etc., Etc. LAST OPPORTUNITY. BEN M. JACOBS & BROS., 2011 First Ave., Birmingham, Ala. FOREMOST FURNITURE FACTORS. Want Cuban Convicts Released. New York, September 1—Both branches of the Cuban congress have passed reso lutions calling for the release of all con victs now confined on the island of Cuba who fought in the Cuban army, says a Havana dispatch to the Tribune. The resolutions proposed to be general and irrespective of the crime that the ex soldier Is guilty of. The proposition met with some opposition by some <^f the tnost conservative members of the con gress, but the revolutionary members succeeded in getting it through. The two branches of congress have appointed a committee v/hlch is to wait on President Palma today asking him to take the ac tion desired. The resolution proposes that all the convicts be released on Octo ber 10. A Checkmate. From Judge. She—Papa says he thinks our love affair should be checked. He—Dear, thoughtful old guy! Tell him to make the check for four figures, If possible. Laces I prefer PEARL INE to other soap powders. I like PEARLINE for washing lace collars and embroidered and lace doilies, which I do, myself, at home, not trusting them to the washerwoman. Mrs. Rev. J. L. One of the Millions. 677 JEFFERSON THEATER THURSDAY, SEPT. 4 MR. GEO. MANDER.BACK Presents the eminent German dialect comedian and vocalist PETE BAKER IN GRAND 'CEMC REVIVAL Supported by CHRIS and LENA—John Kernell, Miss Bessie Miller and an acting company of merit So many new features space forbids mentioning. Prices—25c, 50c, 75c, $1. Seats on sale Tuesday. "S££S“ SEPTEMBER 5, CHAS. H. YALE PRESENTS THE EVERLASTING DEVIL’S AUCTION. TWENTY-FIRST EDITION. \t*9 of Age and Entitled to Vote. New Scenic Investure, Cavern of Grim Faces, Valley of Andoche, Castle of In somnia, Temple of Buddha, Bons, Realm of Despair and the most gorgeous trans formation scene ever presented. A Tribute to Our Country. Special Features—Irene Da-Tour and Zaza. James MlPt’kle, “Grimsey, Me Boy,” Bartholettl and Praeger, Aurelio-Cocela. Marvelous Dance to the Moon, Da-Danse Sensation. Regular prices. H. T. MORTON, Has returned from attending the Pho tographers’ Association of America j convention in Buffalo and visiting j prominent studios in large eastern ; cities. Having the latest and best ideas as to syle and finish, he invites your patronage for a high grade of artistic photography. .MM—■ III. | TW£ Silent [I * Salesmen I Stein way, Knabe, Starr, I" Jesse French, Richmond, Vose & Son Sell themselves, many homes made h^|^by tfielr touch, tone, action an.1 •‘Workmanship. Latest styles and loveliest cases always found at JESSE FRENCH PIANO & ORGAN CO. jl I8I0 THIRD AVENUE. j J. B. CHAMBERLAIN, City Sales Manager. MASS MEETING TONIGHT UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE HUMANE SOCIETY UNDER the auspices of the Hu mane society a moss meeting will be held this evening at 8 o'clock In the parlors of the armory In the city hall. Several prominent speak ers have been Irivlted to address the meeting and the members of the societv hope that the armory will be crowded. Interest In the work of the socletj' Is In creasing and the organization is receiving hearty encouragement on all sides. Mayor Drennen and the board of aldeY men have endorsed the work and in a few days the society hopes to be pre pared to begin operations. Mr. T. Kates, president of the Humane society, has left no stone unturned to arouse public sympathy and the situa tion that he has from time to time set forth In strong articles In the newspapers of the city is roallzed In all sections. No me questions the investigations made by the Humane society. Instances of fla grant violations of humane laws are too frequent to admit of any exaggeration on the part of the Humane society. With tho protection afforded by the city code, the society has everything to warrant an aggressive policy In bringing to the bar Df Justice violators of humane laws. Mr. Kate’s Suggestion. The suggestion made by President Kates that the women of Birmingham be given exclusive control of the humane Bociety was discussed yesterday by sev eral women in full sympathy with the work. “While I believe that Birmingham wo men have been instrumental in effecting the organization of the humane society,’’ said a woman yesterday, “I think that it is a better plan to have a man as president of the society. Every woman should make an individual effort to as sist the president and to show by her active interest in the work that she de sires to ameliorate th distressing condi tions around her. It is certainly a cause In which all women will aid by personal effort and if even a few women will do bo, the present violation will be greatly diminished.’’ Other women in discussing the matter preferred that the presidency be retain ed by President Kates. In Other Cities. Just how the women aid the humane societies in other cities may be seen from the follqjving from the Chicago Tribune, a number of leading society women in that city showing a commend able interest in the work: Society women are among the best friends animals in Chicago have. Many of the belles of the ballroom devote much of their spare time to righting the wrongs of animals and defending them from cow ardly abuse. Foremost among those who are exercis ing this chivarly—a chivalry which con sists in the protection of anything weak er than one's self—and in systematic ef forts in this direction is Mrs. E. W. Brooks of 4623 Drexel boulevard, whose practical and watchful eye is quick to de tect an overloaded team and w*iose prompt and efficient action in such cases has resulted in relieving the misused horse, bringing the offending teamster to justice, and, what is more, exercising a moral influence which tends to lessen the abuse and injustice suffered by all these patient slaves of man. *"lhe point I should wish emphasized above all others, in any reference which may be made to this work," said Mrs. Brooks, "is the supreme importance of individual effort. i?Tlend* and acquaint ances are continually saying to me, ‘I saw such a distressing case, Mrs. Brooks, and thought of you at once; I wished you were there to see to it.' Now, why don't these good people see to these cases them selves Instead of wishing for some one else to do so. It is as much their pro vi. c£ as it is mine. I am convinced that all humane work in this or in any other city must be based upon persistent and courageous perscfnal effort." Mrs. Brooks’ daughter, Mrs. Robert Ij. Gifford of 277 East Forty-sixth street, and Miss Ruth Ewing of 3032 Indiana avenue, are also indefatigable workers in the humane cause. They have set aside every Thursday for this purpose, upon which day they set out, generally In an Im promptu way, "looking for trouble,” as Mrs. Gifford smilingly puts it. "Through the sad part of it is w*e haven't far to look." Miss Ewing adds. ' From my childhood," said Miss Ewing, "I have felt a great desire to help ill used horses and other animals. I agree with Mrs. Brooks in believing that individual work along this line is the crying need. Most persons are negligent and indifferent because the matter has never been brought forcibly to their attention and they are unaware of the distressing condi tion of many animals in this city. The Humane society is doing a noble work, but owMng to an insufficiency of means it hns a sufficient number of officers. If men and women w’ould aid the work by Joining the Humane society, thus lending it their moral support as well as increas Cured of Asthma After 35 years of Suffering. It will be gratifying to Asthmatic readers to learn that an absolute cure has it last been discovered by Dr. Schiffmann. Ihat the romedy is an effectual one can not be doubted after perusal of such testi* mony as that of C. W. Van Antwerp, Ful ton, N. Y„ who says: “Your remedy iScnlffmann’8 Asthma Cure) is the best I svor used. I bought a package of our Jruggist and tried it and ono box entirely turea me of Asthma, and I have not had it since. I can now go to bed and sleep ail night with perfect comfort, which I nave not done before for 35 years and I thank you for the health that I now enjoy. I hope that you will publish this letter, that Dtners may learnofits wonderful virtues.” Sold by all druggists at 50c and $1.00. Send 2c stamp to Dr. K. Schiffmann, Box 85)1, St. Paul, Minn., for a free sample package. Ing Its funds, I think the root of the evil would be more easily reached.” W. C. T. U. MEETING. After a vacation of three months the Woman's Christian Temperance union will hold its first meeting of tho autumn this afteinoon at 4 o’clock in the parlors cf the First Methodist church. A largo attendance Is urged by the president. A GAY 8EA80N. It is said that the winter season will be the gayest in Birmingham’s history and that the number of private entertain ments will exceed that of last winter, when private entertaining was continued all through Lent. There were numbers of people who had to be reminded that It was Holy week, so frightfully giddy did the social whirl continue. And now everybody who has come back to town says the ball will be set to rolling quite early and that things are being planned even now that will keep madame busy until the grey dawn of Ash Wednesday. NOTES AND PERSONALS. Mrs. J. ■ It. Wheeler, who has been spending the summer at Milwaukee, is now in Chicago. Mr. Wheeler has recent ly returned from Milwaukee. • * • Miss Kate Marshall Is spending the week at Blount. • • • Mrs. Rebecca Anderson has returned home. • • • Miss Fannie Morris of Edgefield, 8. C., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Samuel Will John. Miss Marsh spent the sum mer in Peoria, 111. • • • Miss Lestra Kenney will be among the coterie of charming Birmingham girls at Mrs. Darrlngton Semple's school In New York this winter and will leave for that city the latter part of September. • • • Miss Alice Graham will return this month to the Woman’s college in Balti more. She passed the summer at Blount, where she was among the most admired of the younger beauties. * * • Miss Edith Johnston will attend the Woman’s college in Baltimore this win ter. Miss Grace Hardie and Miss Katie Bradshaw will return to the Agnes Scott institute at Decatur, Ga. • • • Miss Marie Prichard will return to Bassar. • • • i Mrs. Harry Matthews was the country club hostess at the card party last even ing, the occasion being a delightful one. Mrs. Matthews has managed the details of a number of club affairs during the summer and she is always & brilliant and gracious hostess. * * • Mrs. H. H. Sinnige will return from Waukesha the middle of September. • * • Mr. Herbert smith Is 111 with typhoid fever. • • • Mli/s Molly Cullon will return this month to the Woman's college In Balti more. • • • Colonel and Mrs. T. G. Bush, Miss Wil liams and Mrs. William D. Nesbitt will return from Asbury Park the middle of September. • • • Mr. Zac P. Smith. Jr., will re-enter the Polytechnic institute at Auburn. * • • Mrs. John W. Tomlinson returned last night from Atlanta. * • • Mr. Conway Tobin returned yesterday from New York. • • • Miss Ruth Norton will attend the Wo man's college in Baltimore this winter. • • • Mrs. Charles Roy and Miss Mable Roy have returned home. - m Mrs. George Cobb has returned from Muskoka Lakes in the Highlands of On tario, where she has been spending the summer. Mrs. Thach and others of the party will return later. . • a Mr. Robert Crawford of Galveston, Tex., formerly of Eitfaula, and well known there In society, spent yesterday in Birmingham. • • • Many Birmingham people who have been absent from the city at northern re sorts returned to the city yesterday over the Savannah steamship line and the Central of Georgia railway. Among those returning were Miss I,ela Adams and J. R. Adams, who were at the Adirondack mountains; Mrs. Smith Cultcm and Nnr voll Cullom. who were at Asbury Park; Miss Bell Dangnix, Mrs. G. E. Rum. Miss Bessie Rum, Miss Nancy Rum. E. C. Tobin, who spent August in New York. • • • Mrs. Nellie Heistes Raves tomorrow for Castilian Springs, Tern., where she will remain until October R To Try Pious Fund Claim. The Hague, September 1.—Dr. F. D. Martins, professor of International law at the University of St. Petersburg, and Sir Edward Fry, the former lord justice of appeal of the British courts of jus tice. representing the United States, and Prof. T. M. C. Asser, the eminent jurist and R>. A. F. de Savorln Rohman, repre senting Mexico, met at the headquarters of the International Arbitration tribunal today for the purpose of choosing a flfth arbitrator to try the Pious Fund claim, the first case to come before this court. The name of the flfth arbitrator will not be published until his acceptance Is re ceived. which Is expected to be tomor row. Only One Conclusion. From the New York ufally News. ‘How did you come out of that last speculation of yours. Blowly?” "None of your business. "Sorry that you lost, old man.” NOTICE. Alabama Great Southern Railroad Company. Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Ala bama Great Southern Railroad company will be held at the office of the company In Birmingham. Alabama, on Wednesday, October 1. 1902. at 10 o’clock a. m.. for the election of directors and the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the meeting. R. D. RANKFORD, Secretary. September 2, 1902. 9-2 to 10 Hear Prank Strickland, the blind pianist In some of his own compositions at Stone’s. A GOOD THING TO HAVE AT BOMB Of ON YOU* VACATION. P 'acamplt - FIRST AID TO THE INJURED,'*' Relieves Instantly and Cures Quickly SUN BURN, MOSQUITO BITES, HEAT, STINGS, SWELLINGS and INFLAMMATIONS. KILLS CH1GGERS. Will do what we eay, or money refunded. 2Sc, 50c and $1.00. COnPORTS ALL HURTS._All Druggists. FOR SALE BY NABERS, MORROW & SINNIGE I STOWERS FURNITURE GO. I 1816-1818 Id Ave. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. FINE ROCKERS. We are putting on the floor a solid car of fine Rockers, in solid mahogany, selected quartered oak B and birch, rush, saddle and cobbler H seats. BUY A VICTOR EXTENSION TABLE I CKiTwrCRErnTT | THE CHOICEST RESIDENCE PROPERTY In Birmingham la Located on THE NORTH HIGHLANDS. All the 8treet Improvements Have Been Mada FRICES ARE LOWER Than Prevail In Any Other Section ot the City. LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS. birminghamIealty company 117 N. TWENTY-FIRST ST. SUMMER RESORTS. _ _ __ Sweetwater Park Hotel, LITH1A SPRINGS, GA. Managed by Owners. *0 MILES FROM ATLANTA, GA., ON WESTER-.' DIVISION OF SOUTH ERN RAILWAY. Elegantly appointed, service perfect, accommodations for 400. Music, dancing, blllards, ten pins and tennis. Guests have free aocess to "The Famous Bowden Llthla Water" for drinking purposes. Rates from $12.60 a week up by the week, by the month $46 up. Special rates made to fami lies. Pamphlets and Information furnished on application. SWEETWATER PARK HOTEL, Lithla Springs, Ga. Ready for the Hunt. Huron, S. D„ September 1.—Marvin Huggctt and a parly of fifteen from CM cago and the east, with a half dozen pal ace cars and horses, are side-tracked be tween Hetland and Arlington on the Northwestern. In the party Is Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., and Chicago and North western officials, out for a week's sport. The open season commenced this morning with the largest crc>p of prairie chickens ever known. Judge Treat Dead. Rochester, N. Y.. September 1.—Judge Treat, former United States Judge of the eastern district of Missouri, died in this city last night. He was a personal friend of General Graw. General Sherman and other Civil war leaders. Take a dose of Prickly Ash Bitters at night when you go to bed and you will feel bright and vigorous next morning. It will Insure you a copious and heatthy passage of the bowels. Improved appotlte and digestion and Increased energy of body and brain. It beats stimulating drinks because Its relative Influence is natural, hence permanent. Line and half tone cuts. Age-Herald Engraving Company. Hear the pianist play the flute every afternoon at Stone’s. HORSE, BUGGY AND HARNESS FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. WILBUR E. KELLEY & GO. Phones 16 2025 3rd avenue. I had been troubled for the past year with dizziness and palpitation of the heart superinduced by a se I vere attack of indigestion. I was treated for some time by my family physician without any apparent re lief. A friend recommended me to try RipanB Tabules. 1 did so with out anticipating any good there from, but I am now so happy that I am recommending the Tabules to all my friends. At druggists. The Five-Cent package la enougk tor as ordinary occasion. The family bottle, « cents, cop talas a supply tor a year. New York S'rty. HOTEL GRENOBLE, 7th Avenue and 66th Street. Unsurpassed location, opposite Carnegie Hall within three blocks of Central Park. A oool quiet home for families. Broadway cars pass the door connecting for all points of interest. European Plan, Special Summer rates. Rooms with bath $1.60 per day, and upward. A. E. DICK, Proprietor. Manager of Tampa Bay Hotel, Tampa, Fla. Open January to April. Also proprietor of Long Beach HoteL Special rates to Southern visitors. 7-24-26t-tu-th-aat SPEND THE SUMMER AT UTHIA SPRINGS HOTEL AUBTEUL. OA. IE miles west of Atlanta on Southern Hallway In the heart of the Llthla-Aus tell District." Foot hills of the blue ridge. Hctel under new management. Unsur patsed In point of comfort. Just the placo for your family. Finest Llthla Springs In the world. Car line at the door. Address at once Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Louch, Proprietors. 6-24-ecd-3m HT BIRMINGHAM LOAN CO. ’ Jjjfy U« N. TWENTIETH ST. The oldest, most reliahls loan office in the city. Money loaned on wo -ohes. dia monds. Jewelry, guns and pistols. Bar gains In unredeemed pledges. Business strictly confidential. Old gold and al’vef bought. E- WALD. Prop. STANDARD LOAN CJ 2008 FIRST AVENUE. Loans money on watches, diamonds. Jewelry, pis tols. guns, mechanics' tools, musical I n s t r u ments. Old gold and silver bought Un redeemed pledges for sale. LAND TITLES. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE CERTIFICATES OF TITLE TITLES GUARANTEED A GENERAL TITLE BUSINESS Insure your title as you would your house Birmingham Title and Guaranty Cot CAPITAL S100.000. US 21st St- BLrmtngnam. Ala. IF YOU WANT -T0 RENl OR BUY HOME —CALL ON— j CULLOM BROS. 2007 FIRST AVE. ONE CENT A WORD. bates—lc. a word a day; no ad. taken for leas than 25c for first In sertion. Cask must accompany every order. $25,000 Per Month to Loan by “The Alabama Home” to Build Homes. Borrowers given many valuable options of settlement. The limit of cost Is lower In this arsoelatlon than In anv other com pany. Apply to W. V. M. ROBERTSON, 2009 First Avenue. General Manager. WANTED, WANTED — Customers tor snow oases and Iron safes; all prices Alabama Grocery Co. t-l-tf WANTED—One or two rooms, with or without board, on north side, by couple with one small child. References ex changed. Address Box 841. City. _ 8-31-tf. WANTED—Four or five-room house close In. State location and address C. & B., care Age-Herald. 8-31-8t WANTED'TO EXCHANGE—Black Span” ish Jack. 7 years old, 54 Inches high, for either good piano, city or suburban property; also 240 acres, 75 acres In cul tivation, 4-room dwelling, three out buildings, 400 young fruit trees; splen did piece of property In heart of fruit growing country; will exchange for city property. Address A. T. Danforth, Village Springs, Ala. 9-2-7t WANTED—Nice young man as room mate, or two young men to occupy nice large front upstairs room, with board. In private family; references. Address No. 2112 Avenue G, City. WANTED—To rent, on Northslde, nice well-ventilated room, unfurnished pre ferred, with bath privilege, for a client. Smith & Stillman, 2004% 1st ave. 9-2-2t WANTED—To borrow $50; will pay $50 In terest and give collateral to the amount of $160. Address B. B., care Age-Herald. SINGER WANTED—A good, strong con tralto singer who can read music Is de sired at once to sing In quartette. Ad dress Albert Gels, Age-Herald, or call phone 280. 9-2-2t WANTED—Everybody In Atanama to at tend my dean-sweep sale of shoes that only runs 10 days longer. D. B. Luster, £17 19th street. Phone 1727. »-23-tf WANTED^To buy-and sell all kinds of books at 116 18th street. Old Book Store.8-9-lm SITUATION WANTED. WANTED—By a middle aged man, of family a poeltkm as bookkeeper or man ager, 20 years experience, best of refer ences. Address L. D., Demopolts. Ala. S-2-30t-su-tu-th WANTED—Position by an expert book keeper and all-round office man. Best of reference. Address W., 701 South 20th street-8-31-4t-BU-tu-th-su HELP WANTED, _ WANTED—Bookkeeper and stenogra pher. Do not apply If not fully com petent^_ help" wanted—male. WANTED—Everybody In Alabama to attend my clean sweep sale of shoes that only runs 10 days longer. D. B. Luster, 217 19th street. Phone 1727. 8-£3-tf __ WANTED—Ken to l*arn barber trade. Only eight tVeeks required. Wages Sat urdays. tools presented, diplomas grant ed, positions waiting graduates. Cata logue mailed free. Moler Barber Col lege, New Orleans, La. 8-24-eod-fit WANTED—Two active, educated men In each southern state; fixed weekly sal ary or definite time guarantee; give age, experience, references. Dodd. Mead & Co., New Yoyk. 8-12-12t-eod HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—A neat, tidy white girl (Ger man preferred) to do general housework for a family of four; must be kind and gentle to children; must make good bread; good wages and a pleasant home. Address Mrs. C. D., care Age Herald. SALESMEN WANTED. WANTED—Active specialty salesman to take permanent agency for well-estab lished class of goods used In factories and stables. No capital but small bond required. Address Vised Company, East Cambridge. Mass.8-31-3t-su-tu-th BOARD WANTED. WANTED—Table board from September 1, northslde; state price per month. P. X. B„ care Age-Hehald. 8-17-tf GENTLEMAN wants room and hoard for himself, wife and two children aged 3 and 6, In private family; must be rea sonable; no objection to suburbs. Ad dress, stating price, XZ, care Age-Her ald. FOR SALE. LOST. Strayed or 9tolen—A bargain In rhoes. If you fall to buy your shoes dur ing my olean-sweep sale of shoes for 10 days longer. D. B. Luster, 217 North 19th street. Phone 1727. 8-23-tf FOR SALE!—Two setter dogs. Apply 1810 8th ave. 9-2-2t FOR SALEJ^We-have on hand ore new c'ectrlc automobile; finely-finished Stan hope. Fully guaranteed. The Birming ham Electric and Manufacturing Com pany, 1708 1st avenue. Bell phone 188. 8-81-lf ___ FOR SALE—That lovely corner home on 11th avinue, South Highlands, double track, lcop oar line, admired by every one; modern 2-story 10-room residence, with bathroom and pantrv: screened throughout (hence no use for mosquito hare); new combination electric, and gas fixtures, electric bells and gas range. Beautiful elevated, shady lot. nice laan and choice flowers. This week or lose It and kick yourself. Phone the owner and occupant, who Is going to move away. Bell phone 2078, People’s 1468. _ _ _8-81-7t FOR EiAkE—Automobiles for all ptif^ poses built to your order. Safe, reliable and cconom.’csl. The Birmingham Elec tric and Manufacturing Company, 170S 1st averue. Bell phone 180. S-Sl-tf COAL' LANDS FOR SALE-^SSTacres. 3 seams, coal lands. In solid body, oil main line railroad. Several parties are now negotiating. Hurry if you want this. Bell phone 2078, People's 1168. 8-31-7t ’ FOR RENT. STORES^FOR RENT-^Two^largeT^new^ connecting stores. 26x140 feet each, 1816 and 1918 4th avenue; opposite new city hall. Good wholesale stand or for furni ture. Possession Oct. 1. Snow and Rain bow 118 N. 20th street. Birmingham, Ala. 7-30-tf FOR RENT—October 1; No. 1820. 6th ave., opposite First Methodist church; has nine (9) rooms and servant’s house, wa ter, gas, bath, etc. Store room No. 1803 2d ave.. opposite postoffiee. Store rooms 117 and 119 N. 18th st., between 1st and 2d aves. Large front ofTIces 1801)4 2d ave. W. A. Smith. 1801)4 2d ave. 9-2-tf FOR- RENT—Ground floor office, central and cheap. Apply at once to W. B. Leedy & Co. 8-31-7t FOR RENT—Eight-room '“residence on 19th street. South Highlands. Inquire for terms of Mims B. Stone. 8-31-3t ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Part of store In City Hall, Address C. G., care Age-Herald. 8-30-5t FOR RENT—Flirnlshed rooms at 2310 7th _ »-2-3Veod STRAYED OR 8TOLEN. LOST, Strayed or Stolen—A bargain^ In shoes. If you fsll to buy your shoes dur ing my clean-sweep sale of shoes for 10 days longer. D. B. Luster, 217 North 19th street. Phone 1727, 8-2S-U ONE CENT A WORD. RATES—lc. a word a day; no ad. taken for less than 25c for first In sertion. Cash must accompany every order. MONEY TO LEND. IT IS A GOOD THING TO KNOW Just where to borrow money on FURNI TURE. PIANOS or M CHATTELS of any description wtthout delay. ALSO LOANS TO SALARIED EM FLOTF.8 ON THEIR PERSONAL NOTH wlthou* indorser or publicity. Call and be convinced that our plan Is the cheapest and best In the city. Private Interviewing rooms with cliff Aleut entrance and exit RELIABLE—REASONABLE. Globe Security & Trust Co,. 1926 First Avenue (Up Stairs). PERSONAL. LADIES. Chichester's English Penny royal Pills are the best safe, reliable; take no other; send 4c stamps for par ticulars: "Relief for Ladles” In letter by return mall; ask your druggist. Chiches ter Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 7-21-166t-su-tu-th MISCELLANEOUS. CREDIT tr reliable parties. Diamonds and watches, jewelry, silver wax e and clocks, cn small weekly or monthly pay ments; lowest prices; best quality; geode guaranteed; will coll 11 desired. J. Lowtnsohn. 2008 First avenue. 11-24-tf REAL ESTATE. for"sale? One acre, with 6-room cottage; nice lot; fruit trees; splendid well; some nice large oak trees for shade; nicely ele vated; within 250 feet of electric car station; a bargain If sold In the next few days; 2 miles of courthouse. Corner lit, 150x200, four 4-room cottages; will rent for $12.60 each If repaired; I $2500; terms can be had. FOR RENT. 1009 E. 14th st., 6 rooms, $20. 1016 E. 14th st., 5 rooms, $20. 613 N. 19th st., 5 rooms, $32.50. 215 N. 16th at.. 6 rooms. $22.50. 1510 3d ave., 5 rooms, $25. 1521 8d ave., 7 rooms. $25. 1625 3d are.. 5 rooms. $25. No. 1900 avenue K. 7 rooms, gas, etc., ser vant’s house, $27.50. L. G. PETTYJOHN, Phone 465. 1826% Third Avenue. FOR RLNT. Elegant, furnished 1- »xne> South High lands. FOR BALE. $10,000.00—Elegant home, South 19th 8t. $ 6,000.00—8-room house, new, line lot. South Highlands. $ 5,000.00—8-room house, N. lS»h St $ 2,500.00—Corner lot 80x240. N. Highlands. $ 1,600.00—2 acres In North Birmingham. $15,000.00—Elegant home, large grounds. We have other valuable resi dence and business properties tot sale. C. L. 8TICKNEY A CO., 2006 1st Ave. Phone*. 600. FOR SALE. $1000 Cash—6-room house Sprawls Hill, i Ave. H. Well, fruit and lot 50x230. $560—Two hundred down, balance month- J ly, 4-room house on 60x150, 64th st., ; Woodlawn. j $6000-60x100 on South 19th st., 2 houses renting for $53 per mo. $1300—60x144, 2 3-room houses, rented. $6500—6-room house on 90x190 on North Highlands. Well, city water, well in front and rear; servant’s house and bam; a bargain. $4000—Good terms; 100x140, comer of 3rd ave., North. $4000—100x100, corner on 7th ave.. North. Stores and houses for rent and numbers of nice homes for sale on good terms. , Small cash payment down and balance monthly. B. M. PERROW, 'Phone 743. 1818% 2d Ave. FOR SALE. $2100—Two North Highland places renting for $20.50 monthly. $2600—South Highland cottage home; large lot. $5000—New Bouth Highland home, $300 cash, balance monthly. $8280—New houses; good lot; pays 80 monthly. I $11.000—Handsome South Highland homej large lot. Should be seen to be ap preciated. $12,600—Excellent Northslde place, paying 12 per bent on long lease. $48,000—Choice business property, will pay 8 per cent net above taxes, Insurance, eto. R. M’CONNELL A CO„ Bell phone 46. 220 21st St. FOR SALE $700—Lot 40x150, alley corner, 23d st., N. $1000 — Ten lots and cottage between Woodlawn and Avondale. $1800—Oood cottage, corner lot, 100x190, West End. $2800—Cottage, Northslde, close In. $1300—Cottage, North Birmingham. $3000 -Modern cottage, Northslde, close In. $4260—Good home. 8th ave., North. $2600—Modern cottage. North 17th st; lot 67x250. $2000—Modem cottage, North 23d at $2600—Comer lot on 7th ave., 60x100. $3500—Modem cottage, Fountain Heights, $1260—Lot 50x165, 12th ave.. South, between 16th and 17th sts. MESSER-MCOR£ IN3. A REAL E8TATE CO.. Phone 81$. 224 N. 21st street. FOR SALE. $2600—Lot 80x190 with 6-room house and 4-room house. Avenue F near 26th st $1200—% cash, balance 12 mo., will buy 23 acres cleared land with 4 room cottage, bam. stable, well and fruit trees In abundanca Juat beyond Lakevlew. $100 per front foot for 2nd avenue cor ner, 50x100; 1-3 cash. This property ought soon to go to $200. $800 cash, balance easy for nice 6-room cottage and lot 18th st., near 8th ave nue. Price $2000. $4000—Lot 50x140 feet with 7-room cot tago 4th avenue, near 23rd street. See it $100 per front foot for corner lot 60x100 Improved; 16th st., near 2nd avenue; 1-3 cash. $50 cash balance $15 per mo., 50xS0 feet, 18th st, between 15th and 16th avenues, N. one block of cars. SMITH A STILLMAN, _ 2064% First Avenue._ McDAVID & Co. $2000—6-room cottage near Richmond Place, Belvlew avenue; sewer connec tlon. 266x140 railroad front. 27th st.. between 6th and 7th avenues. North; good man ufacturing location. Elegant 10-room residence, new. on Soutli Highlands, $5500. Water, gas and elec tric connections. Terms easy. Coal lands In Walker and Winston coun ties for sale. Call at office for location and price. $8000—60x140 2nd ave., between 17th and 18th st., cash. $2000 cash will buy handsome lot on Highland ave, boulevard, 100x140 In swell neighborhood. We have some choice lots in Owenton at $250 on street car line. They are going fast at this price. M'DAVID A CO. Real Estate and Insurance In Birming ham Savings Bank, 1923 First avenue. 7-2S-eod-tf. We make cuts. Age-Herald Engrave lag Co.