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For cold weather and knowing this we have greatly re duced the prices on all cold weather articles. The real facts are though we’ve got to close them out and that at once. Need the room. SO AWAY GOES THE PROFITS Famous Peninsular Steel Ranges, nickel trimmed and worth $35.00, for...$27.50 Famous Peninsular Heaters, over fifty styles to choose from, rang ing In price from $50 to.$ 2.98 COAL HODS, ETC,, AT REDUCED PRICES: 16-lnch Japanned Hods.19c 18-inch japanned Hods.35c 16-lnch galvanized Hods.33c Coal Vases, 85.00 to.98c Long-handled Fire Shovel. 9c Nickel-plated Poker. 17-lnch japanned Hods.25c 15-Inch galvanized Hods.23c 17-lnch galvanized Hods.40c Good Fire Shovel.4c Wood-handled Pokers.6c Alaska cold handles.10c Tongs. Fire Screens and Fire Guards at Greatly Reduced Prices. 2020 Second Ave. 2021-3 Third Avenue. THE FAIR Phone 88 EAILWAY_SCHEDULE3 Showing the arrival and departure o! passenger trains at the Union etitlon, Blr» mingham: (Effective November 19, 19011.) Loulsvii: and Nashville Railroad. Arrive from— N. Orleans.. 11:45 am N. Orleans.. 9:10 pm Cincinnati .. 8:25 am Cincinnati ..4:00 pm •Decatur .... 7:00 pm •Decatur_10:00 am Montpom’y.. 7:15 pm Ifonttfom’y. .10:40 am Depart to— Cincinnati ..12:08 pra Cincinnati .. 9:18 pra N. Orleans.. 8:33 am N. Orleans.. 4:20 pm •Decatur ... 6:15 am •Decatur _3:35 pm Montffom'y.. 6:10 am Montgom'y.. 3:16 Pra Birmingham Mineral Railroad. Arrive from— jHocton .10:50 am tllocton .6:55 pm •Blocton .... 6:00 pm Apnlston via Gadsden...10:25 am Anniston via Gadsden .. 8:35 pm Depart to— Blocton .... 6:20 am Blocton . 2:00 prn •Blocton .... 6:38 am Anniston via Gadsden .. 4:10 pn Anniston via Gad9den .. 8:35 am Souther/, rlatiway. Arrive from— Atlanta .10:15 am Atlanta .... 6:2o am Mobile .6:30am Gr'vllle .R :40 am Wiifli’n ....12:01pm Heflin .......10:00 pm Gr’vllle . R:00rm Mobile ......10:05 pm Waah’n . »:16pm Corona .S:S5 am Depart to—■ Atlanta .4:06 pm Atlanta ....11:80 prt Or’villa ....10:20 pm Waah’n .0:60 pfn Haflln .6:48 am Or'villa .12:25 pro Mobil* .10:88 v>m Mobil* .6:20 am Waah’n .1:86 am Corona .. ..3:40 pro Queen and Crescent Kouts. Arrive from— N. Or. .5:40 am Clncin .10:20 pm Clncin .10:15 am Chatta. .12:25 pm Merld'n ...,11:25 pm Meridian ...12:25 pm N. Or. . 6'45 pm Depart to— Clnclo .5:45 am N. .10:26 pin N. Or.10:20 am Chatta.4:40 pm Meridian ...4:30 pm Meridian ... 6:46 am Clneln .6:50 pro ^rltcc Systen. Arrive from— Memphis ... 3:5* pm Memphis ...5:40 am Winfield ....10:00 am Atnory .6:25 pm Depart to— Memphis ...12:20 pm Memphis ....10:30 pm Winfield .... 4:00 pro Amory . 0:30 «ro Central ot ueorg.^ Railroad. Arrive from— Savannah ..10:15 pm Savannah ..12:05 pm Depart to— Macon .6:40 am Savannah .. 4:00 pro Seaboaro Air liu, Arrlv® from— Richmond .. 9:10pm' Richmond ..1:30 pm Depart tc— Richmond .. 6:31 am Richmond .. 2:10 pro All trains run by central time, trains marked thus (•) are daily except Sunday. Southern Railway Co. Schedule In Effect July 23, 1905. Trains leave Birmingham as follows: a. m.—No. 38, for Atlanta, Washing ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia New York and the East. Pull man Drawing Room Sleeping Car, Birmingham to New York. Dining car, Birming ham to Atlanta. €:20*&. m.—No. 19. for Montevalo, Ma plesvllle, Selina and way sta tions. 12:25 p. m.—No. 35, for Columbus, West Point, Winona, Greenwood and Greenville; also Sheffield anti Florence and North Ala bama points. 1:40 p. m.—No. 15, for Cordova, Oakman, Corona and way stations; also Blossburg. K:46 a. m.—No. 22 for Anniston, Heflin and way stations; also Rome, Ga. •:50 p.m.—No. 36 for Atlanta, Charlotte, Richmond, Washington, New York and the East. Pullman Sleeping Car Birmingham to Richmond, Va. 4:06 p. m.—No. 24, Anniston, Atlanta and way stations; also for Jack sonville and all Florida points alBO Talladega, Ala. 10:20 p. m.—No. 37, for Columbus. West Point, Winona, Greenwood and Greenville. Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Car Birming ham to Greenville. 10:36 p. I*.—No. 21, for Selma, Mobile and way stations. Pullman Draw ing Room Sleeping Car Bir mingham to Mobile. 11:30 p. m.—No. 98, for Atlanta, Anniston and way stations. Pullman Sleeping Car, Birmingham to Atlanta. Sleeping Car can be occupied at Union station 9:30 p. m. For detailed Information and sleeping car reservations apply passenger office. Morris Hotel Building. Telephono 3061 Bell and 617 Peoples, J. N. HARRISON. Dlst. Pass. Agt. CARROLLTON SHORT LINE RAIL WAY COMPANY. SCHEDULE Effective June 16, 190a. No. L Vo. 2. J «8 p.m..Lv..Reform, Ala..Ar. .12:25 p m. 4:05 p.m..Lv Stansel Ar.. 12:15 p in. 4:28 p.m...Lv.. Carrollton ..Lv..11:50 a m. 4:43 p in...Lv.. Carrollton ..Ar..U:35 a.m. 4:68 p.m...Lv... Dtllburg ...Ar..11:15 a.m. 1:36 p.m..Ar... Aliceville ...Lv. .11:00 a m. First-class passenger trains meet and connect with all main line Mobile & Ohia trains. For further information apply to JOHN T. COCHRANE, Pres, and Qen'l Manager, Carrollton. Ala. Birmingham and Atlantic Railroad. In effect January 14. 1906. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. 13 5 7 Lv. Talladega . 7:45 6:45 7:45 3:30 Lv. Pell City . 8:51 6:68 8:51 4:35 Ar. Coal City . 9:45 7:30 9:29 5:05 j Ar. Birmingham ....10:10 9:10 10:10 9:10 : A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. ; 2 4 0 8 Ar Talladega .10:10 6:32 10:10 6:47 Ar. Pell City . 8:26 5:20 8:51 6:40 Lv. Coal City . 7:56 4:50 7:55 5:10 Lv. Birmingham .... 6:40 4:05 6:40 4 05 Close connections at Pell City with Southern railway and at Coal City with the Seaboard Air Line railway. Nob. 1. 2, 3 and 4 daily except Sunday. Nos. 5, 6, 7 and 8 Sunday only. J. F. FLEETWOOD. Superintendent. FELIX A. VOGEL, General Manager. THE CURL HOTEL York, Ala. A. A. CURL, Proprietor V Rates: $2.00 Per Day Tj^cial Attention to Commercial Men. BEAUTIFUL GIFTS Something New A choice singing Canary and Cage, Talking Parrot, Angora Kitten, Pet Squirrel, Dog, Guinea Pig, Etc. Gold Fish, 10c Imported Canaries, $2.65 BIRMINGHAM BIRD STORE 407 N. 19th Street sat-sun-tues-thur __ i (Central of Georgia Railway THROUGH SERVICE TO MACON AND SAVANNAH THE BEST ROUTE to all Mid dle and South Georgia points, Florida, Cuba, Nassau. DRAWING ROOM BUFFET SLEEPING CAR Birmingham to Savannah. Trains leave Birmingham 6:40 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. For further informataion, apply I to GEO. E. JORDAN, T. P. A., .--1 1st ave., Birmingham, Ala. Phones 976. TOMBIGBEE VALLEY RAILROAD C LVlPANY. Schedule In effect May 10, 1905. Going North Going South read down. read up. No. 2 No. 1. Lv. 7:20 a.m_ Calvert _Ar. 4:30 p.m. Ar. 7:45 a.m_ Fairford -Lv. 3:15 p.m. Lv. 8:15 p.m.... Fairford ....Ar. 3:00 p.m. Lv. 11:30 a.m_ Berney ....Lv. 1:30 p.m. Ar. 12:30 m..Healing Springs..Lv. 1:00 p.m. Trains on above schedule run only on Wednesdays and Saturdays of each week. Fir further Information, write JOHN. T. COCHRANE, President and Genral Manager. Low Rates VIA V L !., On the iirst ami third luesday of each month, the LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE KAILKOAD COMPANY will Bell round trip tickets to the West at EXTREMELY LOW RATES, lim ited 21 days from date of sale, with stop-overs. MARDI GRAS LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY will sell tick et., to New Orleans, oblle and Pensa cola at rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip on February 21st to 26th, 1906, Inclusive, limited to March 3rd, 1906, and upon payment of a fee or 50 cents tickets may be extended to March 17th, 1996. CHEAP RATES TO CALIFORNIA. The Louisville and Nashville Railroad company will sell one way second-class colonist tickets to California common points from February 15 to April 7, 190*;. inclusive, at rate of *3450. This rate will also apply to certain points In Arizona. | Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah. Wyoming and Texas. For further information, apply to P. SID JONES, District Passenger Agent. R. G. PIERCE, Traveling Passenger Agent. C. L. WOLF, City Passenger Agent. Phone 825. Birmingham, Ala. --USE -- i Southern Express Co.’s MONEY ORDERS for all you* small remittances, by mail or otherwise. Sold on all points in the United States, Canada and on Havana, Cuba. CHEAP AND CONVENIENT. NO APPLICATION REQUIRED. A receipt is given and money will be refunded if order is lost. Sold at all agencies of the Southern Ex press Company at all reasonable hours. RATES ARE AS FOLLOWS l CENTS CENTS Not Over £ 2.30... 3 “ 5 00... 5 “ 10.00... H * 20.00 . lO * 30.00 12 * 40.00..13 * 30.00.1* * 00.00 20 •* 73.00...23 * 100.00 .30 i Not Over $102.50 33 “ 105.00 35 “ 110.00 38 “ 120.00... 40 “ 130.00.42 “ 140.00... 45 M 150.00.48 • 100.00. .50 “ 175.00..55 •* 200.00...60 SHIP YOUR GOODS ■V THE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY This Company operates on 30,000 miles of first-class routes, and has connections with . other responsible Express Companies for all points accessible by express. All shipments of merchandise packages, valuables, etc., are constantly in the care or special messengers selected for the pur pose. and forwarded on the fast passenger trains. Special attention Is given to the handling of perishables. LOW BATES AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT* YESTERDAYS EVENTS \ IN SOCIAL WORLD Mrs. Charles A. Stillman to Entertain for Brides SOME SOCIETY NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Leighton Tyler of Alabama to Attend the Longworth-Roosevelt Wedding. Mrs. Charles Allen Stillman sent out cants yesterday for the afternoon of Wednesday, February 7. from 3 to 5 o’clock, to meet Mrs. Paul Hamilton Earle and Mrs. Walter Chew Phillips, two o’ the January brides. The card of an other charming bride, Mrs. David Pear son Thompson, is enclosed. Mrs. Stillman w’ill receive at the Country club. The occasion will be one of the brilliant events there during the winter. Mrs. Stillman is one of the notably handsome young ma trons in Birmingham society and the group of brides In whose honor she will entertain are each charming additions to the young married set. Mrs. Edward H. Cabaniss, who is the guest of Governor and Mrs. tV. D. Jelks in Montgomery, was the guest of honor at a buffet luncheon on Saturday at which Mrs. Phares Coleman entertained. Mrs. Cabaniss, always such a brilliant and charming figure, Is among the most admired of the visiting women. Of the occasion the Montgomery Advertiser says: “The buffet luncheon at which Mrs. Phares Coleman entertained on Friday afternoon when she honored Mrs. Ed ward Cabaniss of Birmingham, and her hostess, Mrs. William Dorsey Jelks, was a notably beautiful and enjoyable affair, and was an event whjch drew together a brilliant gathering of Montgomery’s most prominent women to meet two of the most prominent women. “Mrs. Coleman received her guests In a gown of gray messeilne, Mrs. Cabaniss was elegantly gowned in gray velours and lace with embroidered pink roses. Mrs. Jelks wore a handsome toilette of black mousseline pompadoured in pink roses. • • • Of the recent visit of Mrs. Edmund Leighton Tyler of Alabama to Atlanta, t'he Constitution of Sunday, says: Mrs. Lewis Beck’s reception to her gracious and charming guest, Mrs. Ed mund I>elghton Tyler, was on<» the enjoyable events of Thursday. Mrs. Beck was assisted in receiving by a coterie of Atlanta’s most attractive women. Atlanv- still claims Mrs. Tyler, since her residence here several years ago will ; identify her for all time with Atlanta’s brightest social life, the home of Captain and Mrs. Tyler having been a center of brilliant entertainments and graceful hos pitality at that period when the exposition brought to the city so many distinguished j people. Since then the Tylers have spent their summers In New London, Conn., and their winters in Anniston. Ala., where their home, “The Pines.” is one of the hand somest in the state. They will go to Washington to attend the wedding of Miss -*uce Roosevelt, Mrs. Roosevelt being Captain Tyler’s 1 niece, and one of the most beloved mem bers of Uhe Tyler family, one o.stingidsh cd for generations for the bravery and chivalry of its men and the gracious charm of its women. • * • Mr. and Mrs. Barthoiemew Jordan, whose marriage took place last Wednes day In Thomaston, Ga., have arrived in Birmingham. Mrs. Jordan w#as Miss Martha Castlen. • * • Mrs. Benjamin Grigsby Copeland and, her little daughters, Caroline and Jonni^ Hammond, left yesterday for Southern Florida to join Mrs. Copeland’s brother. Dr. Turner. • • • Mrs. Flether Comer is the guest of Mrs. I Braxton Bragg* Comer. i j m m m \ Col. Ta Y. Dean of Eufaula, is | Birmingham. • • • a j Mr. and Mrs. William F. Aldrich \#ll arrive Thursday from Washington, whlo they have been spending several week/ • • * I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hunt hnve fe turned from their wedding Journey twid are at home at the residence of mxT. And Mrs. Lafayette Rogan. / • • • Mrs. Chappell Cory has returned from Montgomery. • • • A meeting of Hillman Hospital chapter No. 1, will be held this afternoon at 3 o’clock with Miss Comer, 1114 Sixteenth street. • • • Mrs. Ralph Rodney Montague, who has been the guest of Mrs. David Roberts, returned yesterday to Ft. Smith, Ark. • • • There will be a social and business meeting of St. Agnes Guild, at the home of Mrs. C. M. Tardy, 2000 Huntsville ave nue* at 3:30 o’clock tomorrow afternoon, and the presence of all members is earnestly requested. • • • Mrs. A. B. Loveman, Mrs. Leopoldine .Loeb and Mr. Leopold Loeb will leave this morning for New York. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howe B$ll arrived in Birmingham yesterday and ai*e at home with Mrs. Avirett at 1025 South Nineteenth street. * • * Among the charming events <n the week will be a card party given by Mrs. Lewis Minor on Wednesday afternoon in compli ment to Miss Frlsby and Miss Jordan of Pennsylvania, the guests of Mrs. Morris Ramsay. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Lowery of New Orleans are at the Hillman. INTERSTATE SUGARCANE Growers’ Association, Mobile, Ala., on February 7-9, 190$. On account of the above occasion, the Southern railway will sell tickets from all points to Mobile, Ala., aitd return at a rate of one fare plus 25 c*nts for the round trip. Tickets will be sold February 5-6. and for trains scheduled to arrive at Mobile before noon February 7. with final limit returning February 11, 1906. | l^or full information call on Mr. J. N. Harrison, district passenger agent. Bir I inlngham, Ala. £-2Q-18t KEIFER IS STILL WORKING ON BILL HE AND CRUMPACKER ARE GATH ERING DATA FOR BILL TO RE DUCE SOUTHERN REPRESENTA TION IN CONGRESS. Washington, January 29.—(Special.)— Representative J. Warren Keifer of Ohio had a short conference with the Presi dent this morning. He is preparing a bill R>r the reduction of southern representa tion In Congress and it will be introduced l^i the near future. Mr. Keifer and Mr. (Irumpacker of Indiana have been con ferring frequently since they returned to Washington from the Christmas holidays apout the best plan to pursue. j“We have been going into the matter Pretty fully,” said Mr. Keifer, ”and are getting considerable on the outside. A loi of material is also being supplied by m^n and the organization who are in tefested in the subject. I am going over to Ne\y York Thursday and will speak that night at Cooper Union. The affair Is to be under the auspices of the Consti tution league and the topic for discussion is suffrage colonists in the south. Rep resentative Bennett of Kentucky will be one of the speakers.” Mr. Keif;r stated that he would not introduce his bill for some time yet. as he is still engaged in gathering additional data. RECORD OF COURTS Owing to the fact that there is an al most unprecedented congestion of cases* on th$ docket of the circuit court, there is a strong probability that Judge Coleman will cAll an adjurned term of court for the last t n ee weeks in March. No annonce ment to this effect has yet been made, but It is now being considered by Judge Coleni m, and the order is likely to bo entere 1 any day. The present term of the circuit court will ei «i Saturday, March 3, and all dur ing th session the docket has been crowd ed wi li ’cases. Judge Coleman has ex pedite matters in every possible way, and h us cleared away many cases, but the nu nber of new cases filed in the court has b< en large and therefore there has been II tie relief afforded. Judg Coleman will go to Walker and Wlnst< n counties and hold court there the first tl ree weeks of March. Those coun ties fo rn part of his circuit, and he has already announced that he will hold those session . It is his desire, however, to have t le adjourned term in Jefferson county held during his absence, so that many c sea may be settled which would remain in the docket otherwise. Gover< nr Jelks is said to have already promise that if this adjourned term of court is called, he will instruct Judge Alston, he supernumerary Judge, to pre side. Mitters having progressed so far, it is exr H’ted by lawyers interested that Judge C< leman will make the definite an nouneem nt within the next few days. Serlousldelay, causing the loss of an en tire day,\ was experienced yesterday in organizing, a jury in the first division of the criminil court for the trial of capital cases duri ig the present week. Forfeitui s were ordered taken against four juryn on who were reported as hav ing been pfoperly summoned by the sher iff, but who failed to answer to the call of their names in the court room yester day morning. These jurymen will bo called ipon to make their explanations to the 2ourt later In the week. In older to obtain the full quota of jurymen for the week, it was necessary to draw idditional names out of the Jury box. in this way additional time was lost, aid the jury was not fully drawn and organized until late In the afternoon. No caies were taken up in the first divis ion of the court, on that account. It is probable the case of Charles Coun ter, charged with murder, will be taken up by the court for trial this morning. Counter is out on bond. He is charged with having shot and killed a negro in the outskirts of the county some months ago. The following Is the list of jurymen | finally selected to serve in the first divi sion of the criminal court the present week: M. C. Bradley, B. Overton, J. L. Hurst, J. C. Mullin, John M. Tuck. W. C. Da vis, William Tully, John T. Bryan, EX L. Deaton. J. J. Kimbrough. J. U. McLen don, William Pulings. Robert Moore, J. D. Kent, A. F. Alloway, J. H. Guill, Ira A. Wyatt. E. A. Brown, Arthur Ware, T. J. Layfleld, R. N. Nail, J. F. Kent, W. H. Henderson, J. F. Bradford. L. A. Rus sell, Jesse H. Snow, John Bethea, W. H. Self, T. E. Simpson, C. E. Rody and E. F. Morrison, There was filed in the chancery court yesterday a bill seeking to quiet titles and to cause the estoppel of certain eject ment suits in the circuit court, entitled E. N. George vs. Leola J. Mothershed et al. There was also filed a bill entitled Hin ton E. Carr vs. Lat Vines et al., praying for an order of sale of certain property for division. The ctse of George E. Harrison vs. Hinton E. Carr is set for a hearing before Chancellor Benners this morning. A. A. Adams, owner of certain real es tate on First avenue, yesterday filed a bill in the chancery court against the Firminglum Realty company, In which he psks that the court order the defendant company' to remove certain steps, abut ments. pi rs or sidewalls from the side walk in front of the offices of the de fendant company. It was alleged that the steps project three feet or more over - "I’urlty at Parker's" - A LAV AYS ready to till r\ prescriptions. Phone 1107 at any hour of the day or night and we v ill send for that pre scription and deliver it when tilled without ex tra charge. Plenty of flowers today. All the current light literature. JOHN L. PARKER Two Drug Stores. Woodward Bldg. Five Points. ^Down-town store open all nighty P^EARI^OOm^TOnOVEABOu'TTmBRTTA^r'FTF^^^^TT^ i A Big Mark Down on Hisses9 and Women's Skirts Skirts at Less Than the Cost of Making HERE are several lots of skirts that are marked regardless of cost. There not many of a kind and the sizes are broken. Some are beautiful material; some only ordinary; some are heavy weight; some are light; some are good styles; some are not. Perhaps you want a skirt to finish the winter season at small cost. It is here. Here are possibilities for the home dressmaker. She may find some thing that, with a little altering, can be converted in:o a stylish skirt. You may call it odds and ends, rummage or what you please, we are going to move and we are going to sell these skirts NOW. Misses’ Skirts At 95c 0ne Lot Skirts’nove,ty weaves* 95c ^ One Lot 6.00 Skirts of Cheviots, ^ A .a T H C One Lot of 6.00 and 7.00 Skirts of Serge or Panama, A j. T Women’s Skirts At 2.45 One Lot of 6.50 Skirts, light and dark greys, At 2.45 At 3.00 marked. At ioo A a T(IC One Lot 5.00 Skirts Panama or Serge, A j. TOC ill J.Z/J marked.Al At 4.85 One Lot 6.00 Skirts, Panama or Serge, At 4.85 At 5 95 ^ anC* ^^k‘rts> Cloth and Panama, ^ 95 TEELE= MITH 1923 = Second Avenue = 1923 ________ I the sidewalk and obstruct the passage of pedestrians. The following business was transacted in the city court yesterday: August Wright vs. Dave Copelon, Judg ment for plaintiff in the sum of *300, be fore Judge Senn. The case of the E. D. Higdon Brokerage company vs. R. Cefalu is on trial before Judgo Senn, in the first division. In the second division, before Judge Ferguson, quite an extensive amount of business was transacted, as follows: The Southern Grain and Feed company vs. J. T. Camp. Judgment by default for plaintiff for *361. James F. Johnston vs. James Costello, Judgment by default for plaintiff for *364. E. J. Menler et al vs. Tom Oostus. Judg ment by default for plaintiff for *19fi. Mrs. M. A. Horton vs. Mrs. B. Hum phreys, appeal dismissed by the court. James F. Johnston vs. H. T. Parker et al, dismissed on motion of the plain tiff. George White vs. Mattie Thomas, dis missed on motion of plaintiff. Judge Ferguson handed down a decree relieving Porter Atkinson of the disabil ities of non-age. The following is the Jury selected to ' serve in the first division of the city court during the present week; P. L. Ethbridge, Ned Armstrong, W. Q. Smith, Sam Hogan, W. H. Stacy. Jr., H. C. Russell. J. E. Wood, W. G. Smith, J. J. Nicholson, A. J. Sullivan. Henry E. Kline, H. T. Dorman, J. B. Krackenber ger, R. M. Brown, J. B. Hendricks, Leo Broad, C. M. Dixon. B. T. Webb, R. F. Baird, W. M. Bearden, O. L. Duncan, T. W. Bridges, E. G. Ruter, A. B. Ham let and A. M. South. The following eases are on the docket of the city court for trial today: First Division—H. B. McCullough vs. the Alabama Steel and 'Wire company; Oscar Skelton, pro ami, vs. the Birming ham Mining and Contracting company; Lewis Jones vs. the Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron company; S. W. LaRosse vs. the Birmingham Railway. Light and Power company; Joe Watson vs. the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad company; A. O. Lldden vs. R. F. Collins: J. R. Webster and company vs. Dozier Lumber company: Luther Gillam vs. the Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron company; Dixie Glass Works vs. the Birmingham Bottle Supply com pany. Second Divislon-J. H. Stewart, trans feree. etc. vs. Will Harris; William A. Johnson vs. the St. Louis and San Fran cisco Railroad company; William A. John son vs. the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad company; C. A. Bain vs. Laura S Palmer et al; J. B. Doan vs. John S. Chambers: Jasper Smith vs. George W. Thompson, defendant. 11 S. Hartsfleld, garnishee: Joseph R. Smith, Sr., vs. R. Wr. Harrison; J. H. Sewell vs. Moesser and company, defendant, city of Gadsden garnishee; Kingston Land company vs, the Southern Railway company; Kingston Land company vs. the Southern Railway company; Kingston Land company vs. the Southern Railway company : Alabama j Cut Stone company vs. W. H. Moore. A verdict for the defendant was handed down in the circuit court in the case of Anderson and Michel vs. the Mabel Mining company. Judgment by consent in favor of the plaintiff for $500 was handed down in the circuit court yesterday in the case of Green Williams vb. John Griffith & Sous. The case of J. H. Johnson, administra tor, vs. the Birmingham Railway, light and Power company, was placed on trial during the afternoon. It will be resumed this morning not shaving been completed. The following Is a list of jurymen se lected to serve in the circuit court dur ing the present week: W. P. Helton, Scott Newberry, T. B. McAnally, James Arthur, D. H. Waddell, W. B. Lee, Prank Nelson. W. T. Kendrick. Alexander Poss, George Oliver, Thomas McCombs, E. H. Briggs, Phelan Eastman. James A. Estes, W. D. Key, \Y. T. Bag gette, J. Dillon, W. H. Holsenbach, H. Swope, Williams Martin, J. L. Darby, H. L. Bussell. J. M. Waldrop and W. W. Lam kin. Declaration of his intention to become a naturalized citizen of the United States was made In the circuit court yesterday by George Pappageorge. Final naturalization papers were issued yesterday at the circuit court to Constan tinos Kostouros. The following cases are on the docket of the circuit court for trial today: Little Warrior Coal and Coke company vs. Sam Armstrong; Little Warrior Coal and Coke company vs. Sando Colston; Little Warrior Coal and Coke company vs. Wess Colston; Cleve Whatley vs. the Woodward Iron company et al.; Artie Penny vs. the Woodward Iron company et al. Rosata Rosario of Pratt City and Miss Angelina DiFilippo were married In the probate court yesterday by Probate Judge Greene, in the presence of several friends and relatives and a large number of court attaches. The machinery of the Avondate Steam laundry was sold in front of the court house door yesterday noon by order of the city court. The property was pur chased by George A. Blinn for $3005. Mr. Blinn said after the sale that he had not definitely decided what use he would make of the new property, although it was probable he would move it into the laundry which he is now operating. The Avondale laundry recently went into receivership, Fletcher Ware being named as the receiver. In the order of sale the court named $3000 as the minimum price that would be accepted. The first bid made yesterday was this figure. Mr. Blinn bid an additional $5 and the property was knocked down to him. The sale will be effective only after the court has approv ed it. Application for such approval has already been made. The Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlantic Railroad company yesterday filed in the probate court a mortgage in favor of tho Old Colony Trust company of Boston for $30,000,000. The mortgage Is to secure prompt payment of principal and interest on gold coupon bonds to that amount. The bonds will be payable January 1, 1936. The railroad company Is now build ing a line from Montezuma, Ga., to Bir mingham, and will eventually build to Atlanta. Licenses to marry were issued at the probate court yesterday to the following persons: W. M. Davidson and Miss Alice Beat rice Gray, Sam Rubine and Miss Vita Cadda, Rosata Rosario and Miss Angelina DiFillppo, Jackie Glaze and Miss Mary Aarons. Scrofula is eradicated and all kindred diseases are cured by Hood's Sarsapa ril’a. Prof. McConnell’s Dancing School. Tues day. Thursday and Saturday. Class 4 to 5 and 7 to 9. Social dance 9 to 12. ■.." ■ A HOTELS. Hotel Woodward. Broadway and Fifty-fifth St. NEW YORK CITY. A high-class transient and residential hotel catering only to a refined and exclusive clientele. T. D. Green. Manager. ST. DENIS HOTEL Broadway and 11th St., New York, one of New York's best-conducted ho tels, made popular by its refinement, home comforts and good living. Single rooms, $1.50 per day and up. European plan. Table d’hote breakfast, 50c, WILLIAM TAYLOR & SON. Also proprietors Hotel Martinique, Broadway and 33d SL This publication is on Lie at hotel. In the Heart of the Shopping and Theatre Districts, GILSEY HOUSE 29thSt.&Broad way, N.Y. City lea Minutes From All Depots. ROOMS European Plan, $1.00 per dy up American Plan, $2.50 to $3.60 Per day, according t® location. 76 suite*, parlor, bedroom and bath. Spe cial rates to families. Amerloan and European plana. Combination break fast, 60c. Luncheon, 40c. Dinner, 6 to 1:80, 76c. H. 8. DUNCAN, Manager. Plerrepont Hotel. 43 West 32d St. 041 aey Houae, 89th and Broadway. Now Open! The most up to date MEAT MARKET in the South The Old Reliable T. M. DYER & GO. 1919 4th Ave. \ MESSENGER BOYS WANTED. Regular w*rk to good ) boys. Apply to Motor Cycle Messenger Service. i 1514 FOURTH AVEH0E, Parhspa It la It to tha Gawk phoaa XU.