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SUMMERS SEES PURDY.
District Attorney for Nebraska Talks of Dietrich Charges. Washington, November 23.—W. S. Sum mers. district attorney for Nebraska, was at the department of justice today and had a conference with Assistant Attorney General Purdy regarding the Indictment now pending against lTnited States Sen ator Dietrich. Mr. Summers, who is here nt his own request, presented to Mr. Purdy the sub stance of the testimony presented to the grand jury which resulted in Senator Dietrich's indictment. It was stated at the department that it would be improper at this time to make public the character of this testimony. The charges which have been made by Senator Dietrich and others affecting the official conduct of Mr. Summers in connection with this case are now under consideration by the depart ment. Feminala for Women. Feminala is a prescription of an emi nent physician for all diseases peculiar to women. It is good for all feminine ills and absolutely best for most of them. Druggists now sell and guarantee It. I III Th« World*. Beat |j||| |J Has race lead the highest lull ' ft J§ wards fer quality at every Wj>> fj competitive exhibit (ecu I I Exclusive jjii tiiiiignam Agent. ||||| ! J>. W. | 107 N. 40tn alt., dirmingnam.Ala. ]||j| J. Keller, expert ladles cutter and fitter. All kinds of fashionable gowns cut and made, also tallormade hats, ladles' corsets to order. All kinds of ladies’ garments and misfits made over. Cleaning and repairing. THE NEW YORK TAILORING CO. Bell Telephone 2373.613 N. 19th St MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE In amoutta from $250 to $10,000 upon terms to suit bo.-row era and at lowest market rates. > ) Alabama Trust and Savings Company, 2007 First Avenue. A BIRMINGHAM L0AH CO lie N. TWENTIETH 8T. Tbs oldest moat reliable loan office la the city. Money loaned on watches, dia monds, Jewelry, guns and pistols. Bar gains In unredeemed pledges. Business strictly confldentlat Old gold and silver bought kt WALD. Prop. NORTH BIRMINGHAM LAN3 C3. 2007 First Avenji, Birmingham, Ala. Manufacturing aites and town lots for j gale. Fifteen minutes' ride of center of city __ _ NORTH BIRMINGHAM One uew 4-room cottage and hall; good well; convenient to manufactur ing plant. Price, $800.00. Terms. c. m. greet: & co., Both pbonee. 7tb ave. and car line. - MR. EXUM ASSIGNED ROLE IN “A BACHELOR’S REVERIE” Mr. Culpepper Exum has been assign ed the role of “Bachelor” In “The Bach elor's Reverie.” which will be presented on the evening of December 7, the open ing night of the Hillman Hospital ba zaar. Twenty of Birmingham's well known young beauties will cake part in the “Reverie” and Mr. Exum Is the envy of all the eligible bachelors in town. A list of the young ladies will be pub lished as soon as the committee completes ill arrangements and assigns all the dif ferent roles. The “summer girl" will be selected for ler abllty to wear picture hats and pretty ?owns, while the young woman who looks most adorable in furs will represent the 'winter girl.” The different roles will be issigned to the young woman especially suited to the part, and she w'ho imagines hat she looks more attractive In her golf costume will be given an opportunity to wear her most becoming toilette on the 'links.” The military girl, the tennis girl, arid io on down to the “Bachelor’s lost sweetheart” will at once suggest the type >f beauty who from time to time has elgned supreme in his heart. 7hanksgiving Box For Orphan’s Home. The women of the Bouthside Baptist '•hurch are arranging to send a Thanks giving box to the Baptist orphanage at Talladega,* and they make an appeal for lonationH of canned goods, and non-per ishable donations. Mrg. J. R, Dryer will superintend the I | in beautiful afternoon toilets. Mrs. Henry Hunter Mayberry was charming In gray crepe de chine. Mrs. Henry Painter of Tennessee wore a very sweet toilette of light blue. Mrs. Harrison Stewart Matthews was notably beautiful in it... Mrs. Copeland wore one of the hand somest gowns of the occasion. It was of pale blue varle. with a great deal of lace and hand work. Mrs. Fannie DeBardelebeji was a beauty In one of the fashionable lilac gowns. Mrs. John P. Tillman was very hand | somo In black spangled net over white, and Mrs. William Bibb J>edy wore an ' elegant toilette of black over red. Mrs. Nabb's beautiful gown was of I pearl gray crepe de chine. | Among the handsomest women of the I occasion was Mrs. J. 1). Moore, who was ; in white. Mrs. Harry Coffin's smart gown was of w’hite crepe de chine, and Mrs. H. C. Abbott was In gray and pink. Mrs. Clark was strikingly handsome in white and Mrs. Robert Stobart was In black dotted net over white. Prominent Women Attendin’! Missionary Union. The Missionary Union of the North Ala bama Presbytery, which meets in Bir mingham today and will he attended by many prominent women and the two day's session of the union will be very interesting. The morning session will open at 9:30 o'clock In the South Highland Presby terian church, and the visiting delegates will be expected to remain at the church for luncheon, which will be served at the close of the morning session, the af MR. CULPEPPER EXUM, Who Has Been Assigned the Role of the Bachelor” in “A Bachelor's Rev erie,” In Which Twenty of Birmingham’s Most Beautiful Young Women Will Take Part. packing of tho box and will he at tho shurch on Thursday to receive contribu tions. Every one knows of tho beautiful work Df the Baptist orphanage at Talladega. There are ninety children at present in the home, nineteen of whom are from Jefferson county. The Thanksgiving box that goes to these little ones at the orphanage should be filled to overflowing and the season of plenty bring Into their young hearts the happy joy of childhood. A thought of the children In the orphanage should take some tangible form of expression for their happiness. All suitable contributions for the Thanksgiving box will be gratefully received by the ladles having It in charge and everything will he carefully packed and forwarded on Thursday to the or phanage. Mrs. Jones' Card Party In Compliment To Miss May. Mrs. Harry Jones entertained at cards yesterday afternoon in compliment to Mrs. Louis Alexander May of New York, the occasion assembling fifty guests. The house, lighted with innumerable red shaded lamps, was artistically decorated and the perfect winter’s day was the oc casion for the wearing of many smart gowns. The details of the curd party made it unusually elegant, and both in decorative effect and the delicious luncheon served at tho close of the games the occasion was pronounced one of the most beauti ful of the winter. In the score cards and the details of the luncheon the wishbone idea was carried out. The red score cards were ornament ed with gilt wishbones and the Ices were similarly designed. The first prize, a dozen pearl-handle fruit knives, was won by Mrs. Pete Basil Clark; the second, a red crepe de chine scarf, was won by Mrs. Benjamin Grigs by Copeland, and the consolation, a gold pin designed as a wishbone, was drawn by Mrs. Addison G. Smith. Mrs. Jones received her guests in a beautiful gown of blue crepe de chine. Mrs. May. who is looking unusually charming alter her summer abroad, wore a Parisian gown of pompadour silk and lace, with a necklace of pearls. The ladies In the receiving party were KALOLA Crystallized Mineral Water. A combination of Crystals, containing the medicinal properties of the waters oi four Noted Mineral Springs. Guaranteed to cut Indigestion, Dys pepsia, Stomach, Liver, Kidney and bladder troubles, ami to build up the netve centies. ’‘Take* Kalola »l\ day*, and I «*al anytbltiK you want." A teaspoonful dissolved in a glass of water mike-a delightful and inexpensive morning aperient. For v»le at Drug Stores. 1 ^KALOL\ COMPANY. SAVANNAH. GA^ - .— ternoon session to be held immediately af ter the luncheon. Mrs. Samuel Lapsley of Anniston is president of the union and is considered a ! superb parliamentarian. Site will preside I at ail of the meetings. Mrs. Lapsley is i the wife of Judge Lapsley and is one of the most prominent women in Anniston. | Mrs. John B. Knox of Anniston, tlie secretary and treasurer of the union, is one of the brilliant women of Alabama. Miss Albert Mass of Anniston is corres ponding secretary. There are a number of visiting dele gates and while there will be no formal entertainments in compliment to the vis iting women, the business sessions taking up the entire time, many of Birming ham's hospitable homes are opened to the delegates. The union will be addressed this even ing by the Rev. Dr. John YV. Stugg, pas tor of the First Presbyterian church, whose subject will bo “Calvinism." Mrs. Mooring Entertains Fanny Mendelssohn Club. Mrs. Mooring entertained the Fanny Mendelsohn club at her studio on Sat urday afternoon from 3 to 5 o’clock. The club Is composed of the children of the Burrowes music class. Its officers are j Miss Meredyth Roberts, president; Miss ! Allen Gray Mooring, vice president; Miss j Serena Kirkpatrick, secretary; Mrs. j Mooring, director. Miss Belle Roberts was appointed lead- ‘ or for the meeting. The study for the afternoon was Mozart, and after Mrs. Mooring gave a little sketch of Fanny Mendelsohn, the lift* of Mozart was taken up. The questions prepared by the leader and the answers given by the children would have done credit to an older club. A delightful programme of music, by Mozart and dementi, followed. The selec i tions by Miss Belle Roberts. Miss Allen Gray Mooring and Miss Edith Thompson were beautifully rendered. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served, and the floor was cleared for dancing the old Virginia reel, led by Miss Rachel London and Miss Belle Roberts. The next meeting of the club will be on the third Saturday In December ami the members will be entertained by Miss • I Senna Kirkpatrick. The members are little Miss Joy Tom linson, Miss Florence YY'cutherly, Miss Ruth Sims. Miss Margaret Sims. Miss Meredyth Roberts. Miss Susie Hurdle, Miss Mary Kinney, Miss Edith Thomp son. Miss Allen Gray Mooring. Miss Mary I Parke London. Miss Mattie Fowlkes. Miss j Belle Roberts. Miss Bessie Bethea, Miss Estelle Bethea, Mis* Fay Cornish, Miss Frances Goughian. Miss Bland Tomlin son, Miss Rachel London, Miss Ruth Al- [ Icti. Miss Lois Thompson, Miss Margaret | Jt niison. Miss Susie Nabb. Miss Elisabeth j Wilkinson. Miss Dlminis Wilkinson, Miss • Elizah* tb Jordan. Miss Leona Flosser, ] Mi < Augustus Moore, and Miss Hattie i Cuilom. Bradley. 'I c Donald. The wedding of Miss Leila McDonald and Mr. Pointer Bradley of Birmingham will take place this afternoon at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. James K. McDonald in Eufaula. The marriage will be a quiet one. 'but will be of notable social Interest througn mPt the sttae. The bride 13 a charming and beautiful THE ALABAMA HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Capital Stock.$2,000,000 Stock in Force. .$1,850,000 Cash paid members in Savings, prof its, dividends and matured stock over. $1,000,000 Chartered April 15, 1891. j Special Legislative Charter Granted February 23, 1893. ■■.MATURITY... October 19th, 1903. i Received of THE ALABAMA HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of Birmingham, Alabama, ONE THOUSAND AND 00-100.DOLLARS in full for the MATURED' VALUE of 20 of my shares of the Ordinary stock of said Association. Mrs. W. S. TOWNSEND. The 36th Series of Matured Stock of “The Alabama Home” was paid off in October. In no other way could a small monthly savings have attained such results. You who wish to have $1,000, $2,000 or $5,000 in cash at some definite time in life should come and join the new series which is now open. No investor has ever paid in on dues on stock carried to maturity over $700.00 to receive $1,000, and no borrower has ever paid in on dues on stock car ried to maturity over $700.00 which with his profits thereon has cancelled B a $1,000 mortgage and had same marked "Paid’ and “Satisfied." 0 W. V. M. ROBERTSON, Gen, Mgr. I 2009 FIRST AVENUE. * I GEORGE WASHINGTON, J The Great Society Card Game. 0i\e Hundred and I Sixty Cards. I Illustrated Frcm the Cherry | Tree Incident to the White House. The game is innocent, amusing, instructive, scien tific and educational. Can be played by any number from two to ten persons. Rules with each game. Call for it—buy it. Retail price 50c. For Sale by D0STER-N0RTHINGT0N DRUG CO. WASHINGTON CARD CO. NASHVILLE, TENN. ^ a—mmmi.mm mu—be— 111111 aiwinumaffl t m director; L. V. CLARK, A. LATADY, J. K. BROCKMAN, A. J. CAMP, C. P. ORR. The Southern Audit CO., OF BIRMINGHAM, ALA. EXPERT ACCOUNTING IN ALL ITJ BRANCHE3 Periodical Examinations, Partnership and Estate Settlements. Fire Adjustment, Trial Balances and Financial Statements. WRITE FOR TERMS, CIRCULIRS, ETC. Telephone 6;in. P. O Box 891. | OFFICE— | Rooms 311 & 312 Woodward Bldg. I ■ ... i y—f am — — bbmwmmtibui—mw—| for sale I A BARGAIN—Brand new, modern, 8-room residence. | Ideally located. Beautiful lot. Easy terms. | BIRMINGHAM REALTY CO. 117 IS. 21st St. | Birmingham girl and has resided only temporarily in Eufaula, where her fath er's business interests claimed his atten tion. They have u house on College Hill ail joining that of Governor and Mrs. Jelks and which has at one time occupied by them. Mrs. Sorsby9s Work in Alabama Celebration. In the approaching celebration by the public schools of the state of Alabama s j admission into the union, it should not b** | overlooked that the first celebration of ! this event was in tills city and was due to j the work of Mrs. w. E. Sorsby. a member _ of the Alabama Historical society. The j celebration was under the auspices of the Woman's club and from this initiative j developed the general celebration on the j part of the schools. In referring to the next celebration thf Montgomery Advertiser recently spoke of ! Superintendent Hill's calling attention to the first celebration of the anniversary. "This celebration.*' said Mr. Hill, ‘‘was under th* direction of Mrs. W. E. Sorsby and was done by the Birmingham Wo man’s club December 14. 1S9H. Each suc ceeding year there has been a celebration, the result of Mrs. Sorsby’s zeal. Sin (Cointinued on F«ghth Page.) FOR SALE CHEAP—AI WEST END 42 acres on both sides of Electric Railroad line. Property high and well drained. No filling required. Only large piece suburban property on mar ket. r. 1_. DEMERE, Room l, Potter Building. ———■ PERSONAL. LADIES! Chichester’s English Penny royal Pills are the best. Safe, reliable. Take no other. Send 4c.. stamps, foi particulars. "Relief for Ladles," In let ter by return mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co., Philadelphia, i’a. 7-2-156t-th-su-tu MADAME ROBERTSON clairvoyant palmist, tell what changes, success in business, love and domestic affairs. Headings 50c till first December, 1118 S. 19th St. Mlbtcti a c.*., ufi. TAKE calomel for your liver iT^ymPTikc it. if not. take Phospho. Simply elegant In taste, odor and effect. Phospho at Parker’s and Adams' 10-26-mon-lrn CREDIT to reliable parties. Diamond:* and watches, jewelry, silverware and clocks, on small weekly or monthly pay ments; lowest prices; best quality; goods guaranteed; will call If desired. .1. LoWfnsohn. 1921 2nd avenue PIANOS~and furniture polished at your home; o pint bottle of piano polish sent to any address for $1; we guarantee first-class work. Paxton Bros. Beil phone 1403. People's 1927. Box 208. Bir mingham. Ala. 11-24-31 ' rx---— Mattresses of all kinds and grades manufactured. THE PERFECTION MATTRESS our specialty. Write for catalogue. PERFECTION MATTRESS CO. Birmingham. Ala. LADIES! $500 REWARDS™ nujjiji rasi.in. any cause in pathology, my monthly regulator tails to relieve; safe; harmlrss: mall; how long suppressed. Dr. JOHNSON MUD. DIS., S3 Dearborn. Chi cago. ONE CENT A WORD. kates—lc. a word a day; bo ad. Taken for less than 26c for drat In sertion. Cash must accompany evary order. _ $25,000 Per Month to Loan by THE ALABAMA HOME to Build Homes. Borrowers grlven valuable options of re paying loan at the •rut of L 2 or 3 vear*. Apply to W. V. M. ROBERTSON. <009 First Ave._General Manager. LAND TITLES, Abstracts of Title. Certificates of Tltls, Titles Guaranteed. A GENERAL TITLE BUSINE8S. Insure your title as you would your bouse. BIRMINGHAM TITLE AND GUAR ANTY CO. CAPITAL $100,000. Our records Include JaSereon and Sbciby counties. J. K. BROCKMAN, General Manager. 225 Twenty-first 9t„ Birmingham. Ala. MORTGAGE LOANS. Real estate loans made on Improved property In city limits of Birmingham from $500 up. High class real estate mortgages for sale, large or small amounts. A specialty of making real estate morL gage investments frr clients. TURNER R. WE/ KLEY, Attorney. 5 Watts Building. MONEY TO LOAN At low rates upon improved business and residence property. No delays. STEINER BROS. WANTED. WANTED--Customers for muw case*. Iron sa.es and Carrara ^aint-. Alabama Grocer, Co. _ _l-l-t* _ I—CAN sell your business or real estate, no matter where It is. Miller, -suite. 412 Nat. Bank Bldg. _ W A NT ED-Hera p iron. Write J. P. Wel ler. Birmingham. Ala.10-17-tf HELP WANTED._ WANTED—A good stenographer in every town in Alabama to increase their in come without interfering wltn present duties. For particulars address Bus iness. care Age-Herald.lO-W-tf j HELP WANTED—MALE^_ WANTED—Book salesmen of ability; men capable of earning from $35 to $50 a , week. Address, F. D. Mayer, St. Louis, j Mo. ' ll-18-7t j HELPER WANTED—For sign painting, i Hermitage. 25th street and 2nd avenue. Room 4._10-13-tf ' WANTED — Thoroughly reliable white night watchman; good wages. Address P. O. Box 887. 11-24-Tt ONE of the nicest grocery stores In the city, doing a good cash business, for sale at a bargain; eheap rent and good stand; must be Bold. Miller, suite 412 Nat. Bank Bldg. w an ted Persons fo~ manage district offices for eommerelal house; salary $21 paid weekly: all expenses advanced. Colonial, Paxton, Chicago. 11-22-71 HELP WA.TFZ -. EMALE. WANTED— Lady stenographer, thorough ly competent, desires position; best re ferences. “D,“ Age-Herald. ll-24-4t SALESMEN WANTED._ WANTED—Traveling salesman to sell, as a side line, pure Georgia Cane Syrup in Alabama. Address Mabbett & Groov er, Quitman. Ga., sending references. 11-24-lt BOARDERS WANTEO. BOARD~nrid nice"tiowly"furnlshed room for two men. 707 N. 19th st. ll-18-7t WANTED—Occupant for furnished room, with or without board. In private- rami ly; furnace heat, electric lights, bath; terms reasonable. Apply 717 N 23d St. , Bell phone 1292. BOARDERS WANTED—Rates reason able; convenient to business center. Ap ply to 70114 N. 19th st. ll-22-7t FOR SmLE. FOR SaT^—lOoO^feet Tdnch^tnper^also 30 tons 20-pounds steel relay rails, all In good condition. Write J. P. Weller. Birmingham. Ala. 10-17-tf FOR SALE—New hotel; newly furnished; building remodeled. Every commercial man knows the house to be first-class; must be sold. Call or write. Miller, suit, 112 Nat. Bank Bldg. FOR SALE—A six months old male bull nup; will sell cheap. Address Dog, e-arc Age-Herald, 11-24-tf FOR SALE—Furniture cheap: chlfTonlere. hat-rack, wardrobes, etc. 1921 6th ave. ll-22-4t-eod FOR-SALE—The-Vanderbilt-Hotel. Ca lera. Ala. Thirtj-six rooms, completely furnished, water connections. bath rooms, sample rooms, etc. One of the best locations in Alabama. All Loula vllle and Nashville and Southern trains stop right at the door. No hotel In the I state has a better standing with the i traveling public. On account of falling I health I wish to retire from active work , and will sell to desirable party at a | bargain. For Information, terms, etc., j address I. N. Breazeale. prop.. Calera. i Ala. 10-23-e.o.d-lm FOR- SALE—Job printing plant'In-Anfils- | ton. Ala.; modern in every way; call j nr write. Miller, suite 412 Nat. Bank | Bldg. FOR SALE—For cash or on'easy terms. j a thoroughly and well furnished room ing hotel In the heart of the city; an old established and good business. Slek- j ness of proprietor reason for selling. Ad dress "Rhodes." care Age-Herald. ll-22-7t | FOR SALE—At Laeon. Ala., a large com- j piete brick plant, now In operation; capacity 40 thousand dally. Mrs. Eliza A. Orendorff,U-7-tf SOO'vio l-Gr RENT. For RENT^Large^weTPTurnlshed^roomr 2012 6th avenue. Phone 1919. 10-28-tf FOR-RENT—Room,~with board~for ‘gen tleman; 600 N. lKth st. _11-23 3t FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms; hot ar.d cold bath: price moderate. Ap ply 2212 4th ave. 11-10-tf FOR RENT—Two large unfurnished rooms, with hall: suitable for light housekeeping; gas and water. 2131 Hum bolt ave; phone 301. 11-21-tf FOR RENT—Nice flurnlshed front room; hot and cold bath: new house and new furniture; price moderate. 2312 6th ave. ll-22-3t FOR RENT—Three down stairs rooms, furnished for housekeeping; electric lights, bath, range, large hall. Bell phone No. 2035 for particulars. Terms reasonable. ll-24-3t FOR RENT—Upper flootx four rooms for light housekeeping. Very desirable. 1704 8th ave.. north. ll-22-3t FOR RENT—Furnished room with or without board for two ladles or mar ried couple. 2602 Sth ave., north. ll-22-3t MONEY rOLEND. MCNEV furnished salaried pec,n« with out security; easy payments, tfouthtrn Discount Co., UK Cnaliloux. 4-tf-U ONE CENT A WORD. , RATES—lc. a word a day; no ad taken tor leag than 25c tor first in sertion. Cash must accompany every order. E. N. Cullom. J. H. Taylor. Smltb Cullom./ President. Manager. Bee. A Tree-*, Alabama Abstract Company too? First Avenue EXAMINERS OF LAND TITLES This company offers: FIRST—Thorough examination of your title. SECOND—Absolute guarantee. THIRD—Saving In time and expenaa The oldest title companv in the city. FOR RENT. WANTED—Tenant'for^centrally ~located store. Low rent. L, care Age-Herald. ll-20-6t FOR RENT—A fine residence, modern, built of brick and stone, No. 2430 5th avenue, north. People's phone 707. P. M. Vance & Co., 2008% 2d avenue. ll-24-7t LOST* _ LOST—$50 note, made by J. B. Ingram and Burt Ingram. A. A. Turner, R. F. D. No. 4, Besspmer, Ala. ll-24-2t LOST—Somewhere on or near Highland avenue last Friday, furs, tails off of one end. People's phone 347, room 803 1st Nat. Bnk. Bldg., and receive reward. T^ STRAYEDORSTOLEN. STOLEN—From the rear door of the post office, at 6 o'clock Monday evening, one Orient bicycle, nearly new; black; left pedal broken; extension handle-bars; Christy long seat; the property of Henry Caffee, special delivery messenger at the postofflee. A reward of $5 will be paid for its recovery. FOUND. FOUND — Ladies’ hand-bag; contains cards, receipts and stone. Owner can have by discribing and paying for this ad. Address, Room 18, Smith Block. BUSINESS OPPOH I CNITIE3. 7 to 15 per cent can be realized weekly by our system of investment; handle your own money; particulars free. William F. Sanders & Co., Wilson Bldg., Chicago, 111. Il-22-su-tu-thu FOR SA I,E—l3est furnished and equipped restaurant on 20th street, doing a good paying business. Miller, suite 412 Nat. Bank Bldg. WANTED—Good man to assist or take charge of good business in Birming ham. Must buy small interest and rep resent several other quiet interests. You can pay in cash or equivalent. P. O. Box 792, REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE. We offer the corner of Avenue B and Twenty-first street; 140 feet on Twenty first street, just one-half block from the Seaboard Air Line. This Is one of ths best vacant corners on the Southside and can be bought at a bargain. BROWN BROS. & CO. Bell ’phono 3S4. Woodward Bldg. FOR-*SALE. $2500—100 feet front cor. Highland ave. and 30th st. $2*550—Neat South Highlands cottage. $5500—Ave. K home in excellent condition. $5000— Large choice lot, l1^ blocks of Five Points. $7000—Excellent furnace-heated home on South Highlands, near Five Points. $3000— Choice and large Sycamore st. lot. $1000—Extra large lot Rush ave. and 19th. FOR RENT. $25.00—5 rooms. 809 N. 21st st; new house. $25.00—6 rooms, 2002 5th ave. $25.00—5 rooms, Ave. I bet. 22d and 23d. $25.00—6 rooms, 1601 N. 16th st. Several stores and other houses for rent. ( Let us write your fire insurance. f M'CONNELL & CARTWRIGHT, Phones 46. 220 21st St. FOR-SALE. $750—Two 3-room houses and lot 50x100 and 10x40 to alley; Ave. C, near 12th st; car line; rent is paid promptly In ad vance. $550—25x210 feet; fronts on 1st ave.; also Morris ave. near 10th street; build on both fronts and will rent well. $1500—72^x100 feet; N. 14th street near 5th ave; build three houses on this lot and will pay good rent. 100x140 feet; improved; Ave. E near 20th street. $3250—$1200 cash, balance easy—100x100. cor ner E and 14th st.. three 4-room houses, renting for $36.00 In advance, and room for one more house. $2500—Modern 5-room cottage; 25th street / near 5th avenue; a nice little home. 1 FOR RENT. Store, 114 N. 18th st. 25xS0 feet. $40.00. Store. 2010 Morris ave.. $75.00. 10-room residence. 619 south 22d st, $30 00. SMITH & STILLMAN. JAM M . il»| -* FOR SALE. Three beautiful residence lots, St. Char les ave. Cheap. 1812 Ave. C., lot 50x140. three houses on property renting for $32.50. Elegant 9-room house; almost new; North Haven. Terms liberal. Eight-room brick residence, 8th ave., north. Modern. Eight-room house. 11th ave., south, be tween 15th and 16th sts. Prices right. Modern eight-room house. 19th st.. south, between 12th and 13th ave. Well rented; a good dividend payer. Four-room cottage, nicely built every way, 11th ave. and Ave. H. Price low. Rents well. Several stores and residences for rent. Call on us. General Insurance. Loans negotiated. UNDERWRITERS REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL CO. Both phones. 613 2017 lst Ave. 1888. Established 1883. S. BETHEA <2. CO., Real Estate and Fire Insurance Agents. 2027 3rd Avenue. $5000—Lot 60x190 with Improvements, rent ing for $42 per month; well situated on Sixth ave. $2000—Two good lots fronting Fourteenth ave. at Glen Iris Park. $7500—20x100 on South Twentieth street, be tween Avenues A and B. 11000—50x190 on Avenue G with house on alley renting for $16 per month. $3000—100x180 well situated corner. South Highlands. S. BETHEA & CO. 11-l-su-tu-thr-tf ' FOR RENT. The best vacant office In the city. A furnished residence on South High lands. An 8-room brick residence on South Twentieth street. A new 9-room house near Glen Iris park. We write all kinds of Insurance. JEMISON REAL ESTATE AND IN SURANCE COMPANY. 223-jb$-6 First National Bank Building.