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ONE CENT A WORD.
KATES—One cent a word a day; no
ad. taken tor leas than 25 cents tor
firs' insertion. Cash must accompany
everv order. _ ' pi
$50,000 Per Month
to loon by
The Alabama Home
to build homes mid to repay mort
gages. The limit of cost Is lower
than In any other company. Apply to
W. V. M. ROBERTSON,
General Manager, 2009 First Ave.
WANTED.
6HXvTNG~Tnc'at 1921 Ithavenue. S-16-tf
WANTED^Customers ror showcases. Iron
safes and Carrara paint. Alabama Gro
cery company.
^ANTED—Stenographer to use the type
writer with the velvet touch. The Fox
typewriter is the name. Sold by E. E.
Forbers Piano Co., 1909 Third ave.. Tlir
mingham, Ala. 2-lS-2t
SITUATIONS WANTED.
work; can give satisfactory references.
Call People’s phone 1611, Woodlawn. Ala.
t-17-3t____
WANTED—Young lady of passable ap
pearance, fair education and excellent
family, finds, owing to recent family
reverse, she needs to "do something."
Would like any kind of hotiorablefposi
tion where she is not thrown so much
In public; or she would ,be in a clerk
ship. Address Seeker, care Hunter &
Co., Boaz. Ala. __2-17-3t
feDlTCATElT experienced stenographer
desires position in Birmingham on or
before March 1. Miss B., The Washing
ton. 46 Walton st.. Atlanta. Ga. 2-17-3t
SOBER, industrious carpenter wants job;
competent to take charge work. H. L.
Guinn, Columbus, Ga. 2-18-5t
WANTED—Position by "young man as
traveling salesman, collector, or shipping
clerk. Is a graduate of one of the best
colleges in the South. Good appearance.
Willing to work for nominal salary until
ho proves Ills capacity for the work.
Address C. B., care Age-Herald. 2-18-2t
~ HELP WANTED. _
iiiAKE, sell, bo your own boss; I average
$175 a month; traveled three times New
York to California; small rash takes
outfit. Call room 21 St. Nicholas hotel.
WANTED—Loveman. Joseph & Loeb re
quire boys and girls. 16 years and over
as wrappers; goQd chance for promo
tion. Apply to Superintendent at once.
2-18-at
HELP WANTED—MALE. ^
SALESMAN who can show good record in
any high grade line; straight salary to
right man; choice of territory; call or
write, Hapgoods, 1105 Pennsylvania
Bldg., Philadelphia.
WANTED S young men as news agents
on railroad; easy work and good pay.
Call quick. if>14 Morris ave. 2-19-ot
W A NTED—For U. S. army; a Die-bodied
unmarried men, between ages of 21 and
86; citizens of United States of good
character and temperate habits, who
can speak, read and write English. Ap
ply to recruiting officer, 7M& N. 20th St..
Birmingham, Ala. 7-1-ly
WANTED—An experienced, energetic and
reliable young man for position as book
keeper time keeper, also keep pay rolls.
Must furnish best of references as to
character and ability, etc. Murbury
Lumber Co., Marbury, Ala. 2-ll-7t
ONE CENT A WORD.
KATLS—One cent a word a day; no
aa. taken tor less than 25 cents for
hrst insertion. Cash must accompany
every order. __
LAND TITLES,
TITLE INSURANCE
i Jeffers', n, Shelby and St. Clair County
Title Business Exclusively.
Birmingham Title and
Guarantee Company
225 Twenty-first Street.
J. K, BROCKMAN, General Manager.
(Organized July ->u0.»
SOUTHERN AUDIT CO
Expert accounting In ail Us branches
Periodical examination* made. New sy*
t*m«- Installed.
210 First National Bank Bell phone 630.
_____ HEJ-P^W ANTED—FEMALE.
WANTED—Ladles to do piece work; work
taken home. 408 18th street, north.
2-ll-7t
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BOARDERS WANTED.
ROOMS and board; 1521 5th avenue, north.
L-17-5t-8at-su-tu-th-sun
EXCELLENT table board with very de-j
airablo furnished room. 422 North 16th
street.. Bell phone 3644. 2-17-7t
MRS. J. P. ROSS can accommodate a few
boarders at 2021 6th ave., north; reason
able prices; references exchanged. Ap
ply at house. 1-6-tf
PLEASANT room, with hoard. 2209 6th
avenue._ 2-13-201 I
F1RST-OLASS meals, $3.50 per week. 2112
5th avenue, north. 2-18-3t
PRIVATE family. South Highlands, one
block 11th avenue car line, will take
couple or two young men to room and
board. S., 387 care Age-Herald. 2-18-3t
"SEVERAL young men can got hoard at
1901 8th avenue. Bell phone 3006. 2-18-3t !
THREE nice rooms for rent and good
table board at moderate rates to right
parties at 2222 7th avenue. Bell 2815.
2-18-Gt
_ _PERSONAL^ '
LOTTIE—America’s greatest palmist. 1611
3d avenue (near Bijou theatre), tells
your fortune, past, present and future;
separated united, lost treasures recover
ed. advice on all affairs. Dollar readings
only 50 cents this week. Satisfaction i
guaranteed. Open daily from 10 a. m.
to 10 p. m. 2-19-5t 1
ROOMS FOR RENT.^
FOR RENT Two newly furnished front |
rooms on car line. 2009 Avenue E.
2-13-6t |
ROOMS FOR rent By day or week;
transients a specialty. Mrs. N. J.
Ridge, 2316 1st avenuee; People's ’phone
511.2-17-5t
BUSINESS CHANCES.
HAVE chance to secure a high-class pay
ing business for $700; want to meet re
liable party who can Invest $350 and take
an active half interest with me; can
easily clear $2500 each this year. For
personal interview address L. M.. car*
Age-Herald. 2-17-3t
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
LOST—Sunday, between 12;15 and 2
o’clock, probably between Morris ave.
and 19th st., or on Powderl.v car, purse
containing over $100 in currency, post
olffce order $6.40 and check for $7.65. Re
ward If returned to C. W. Moore, 1916t/2 ,
Morris ave.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HAVE your tin work done by E. T. WihL
smith. 1521 4th ave. 2-13*£t
POLICIES issued by "old line ’ life lnsur
ance companies on the Tontine, accumu
lative and deferred distribution plan,
purchased by me at higher prices than
offered by these companies; bring or
send policies thereby save correspond
ence and time; quick action and ready
cash. P. W. Hall. First National Bank
both telephones 698. 11-11
ANY poor girl needing friendship ,help~
advice, etc., will And ready and willing
assistance by applying to the matron of
Salvation Army Rescue Home, 33rd sL
and Ave. E, Birmingham. Ala. 6-14-tf
ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent a word a day; no
ad. taken for less than 25 cents for
first insertion. Cash must accompany
every order.
ROOMS AND BOARD WANTED.
WANTED—On March 1, furnished rooms
for light housekeeping or room and
board by couple without children. Pre
fer northslde. State price. Address
Marcfh, care Age-IIerald.2-16-Tt
MONEY TO LEND.__
MONET LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
without security; easy payments. Union
Discount Co.. 51$ Woodward Bldg. 10-6-tf
SEVERAL thousand dollars to lend. C. L.
Stickney, 1021 First National Bank build
ing. _2-17-tf
MONET to loan on real estate at lowest
rate. Apply Alabama Trust and Savings
company. 2026 3d avenue. Massey build
ing.
--9-- —
FOR SALE.
Foil SALE#—1 have exclusive sale of 20
pretty building lots in West End; only j
three.' blocks of car line; will buikl
house to suit you; only $200 or $300 cash,
balance $15 per month. Samuel P. Mil
ler, 2111 1st ave. _
FOR SALE—Corner lot 70x150, on South
Highlands of Last Lake; within 150 feet
of car line; will sell cheap. Address
Box 56. care Age-Herald. 2-11-tf
FOR SALE—Let me show you a pretty
lot: West End; only $W per month; high
and dry. Samuel P. Miller, 2111 1st ave.
FOR SALE—$1600; rents for $240 per an
num; $7500, fine wholesale property; $3500,
8-room, 2-story residence; Fountain
Heights, fronts car line; $2750 with 3
good houses on Avondale car line; lot
100x140 feet will rent for $32.50 per month.
R. N. Thomas, 114*/2 21st street.
2-18-2t
FOR SALE-6 acres lid Jo hUng Trot wood
park on two roads, near cur line: -6
50x150 foot lots in this with wide streets
and alleys; lots will bring $125 each;
you must he quick to make money.
Samuel P. Miller, 21 n 1st ave.
F< >R SAI.E 43500 in.. in West End for
$2750: Wz cash; owner leaving city; lot Is
90x140 feet. R. N. Thomas, \W/2 21st si.
2-18-2t.
FOR SALE—Only $200 cash, new 5-room
modern house; electric lights, gas and
water; on car line; Woodlawn. Samuel
P. Miller, Jill 1st ave.
FOR S AI. E—55x200 feet, two good houses
on front and one on alley; rents for
$26 per month; price $2900. R. N. Thomas,
1141/2 21st street. 2-18-2t
FOR SALE—Only”$3000,"beautiful lot on
11th ave.; easy terms. Samuel P. Mil
ler, 2111 1st ave
FOR SALE—Grocery and meat market,
will sell dollar for dollar If taken at
once; good stand; cash business, small
capital invested. Call Bell phone 2976.
2-18-2t
FOR SALE—Genuine Tennessee second
crop Triumph seed potatoes, Peerless
Early Rose, Hebron, etc.; white and yel
low onion sets at lowest prices. Douglass
Brothers. 2102 Morris avenue. 2-18-tf
FOR S A EE—$2.100,“cornor lot; 100 "ft. wide
by 150 deep, with 6-room house; one
block of car line, near Hawkins st.;
West End; easy terms. Samuel P. Mil
ler, 2111 1st ave.
FOR SAEE—A new 7-room residence near
12th avenue and 19th street. South High
lands. Fronts east; complete modern
conveniences. A very desirable home.
Price only $5250. Tt is the best bargain
on the South Highlands. Wesley M.
Smith, of S. Bethea & Co. 2-lS-2t
REAL ESTATE.
N. E. corner 7th ave. and 14th street; 50x
100; paying 8 per cent gross on $4950;
can be had reasonably; vacant land
enough on corner for store or saloon.
$4<xn>— Alley corner; 45x100, with 6-room
house; close In.
$6<'00—Dot 25x140 on Second avenue, two
story brick on front and 4-room house
on rear; rented at $35.
FOR RENT.
717 N. 18th st., 6 rooms, both, etc., $32.50.
1902 11th ave., south. 7 rooms, $30.
L. G. PETTYJOHN,
Phones 405 and 1101. 1826V6 3d Ave.
Phone 276 (People'It 7ou want the
Gawk Engraving Co.
•ONE CENT A WORD
RATES—One cent a word a day; no
ad. taken for less Jhan 25 cents for
first insertion. Cash must accompany
every order. _
SPEC!AT, BARGAINS.
We have two beautiful houses in Nor
wood for sale. These houses are mod
ern in every respect, and are below the
market price. If you want a home in
Norwood it will pay you to see us at
once.
W. G. OLIVER & CO..
2025 Third Ave. Both Phones, 1882.
FOR SALK.
|S>00- 20 lots, close in. high and dry.
50x140 feet each.
$16.500—Business property. Improved.
Rental $2400 annually.
$5500—New 9-room house, modern lot
100x190, excellent location.
$8000—Lovely residence on 14th avenue.
South Highlands, 7 rooms. Easy terms.
$20000—Central business property. im
proved.
$1500—City lot improved. Rental, annual,
$180.
$6000—Beautiful 8-room home. Richmond
Place, 100 feet front. Terms easy.
W. IS. MALOISE £ CO.
Insurance. Rentals.
211 N. 21st St. Phones 1239.
FOR SALE.
$25 to $40 a foot—In the Phelan addition to
South Highlands; will build homes to
suit purchasers on this. Small payment;
easy terms on the balance at 6 per cent.
$50 a foot—70x200. overlooking the city; on
new street; just pff Arlington ave.; all
improvements; very choice property.
$50 a foot—Elevated lot two blocks east of
Five Points.
$5000—40x100; downtown; one of the best
lots to be found.
80x100; Southslde; not far from business;
for small investor; also 35x00. same
block: these are very cheap.
$50 a foot—Fine Ii*oquls street lot, facing
east; the last one left for sale on the
street.
$5750—Finest corner lot left for sale In the
handsome section near Lakevlew; solidly
built up all around it.
$(i50n_ Eighth room f urnace-heatod home;
just completed; South Highlands; was
not built for selling purposes; modern
In every way.
$7500—Beautiful new home on 14th ave.,
east of 20th street.
$75oo—Handsome home on 14th ave.. South:
hard wood finish on first floor; furnace;
very largehou.se; faces south; half block
of 20th street.
100x200; handsome lot on high side of 16th
ave., south.
$6500—Corner. 100x130; on 8th ave.. north;
rents for $55 a month. This is a splendid
investment. Terms.
$40a0—100x200; beautiful suburban home on
top of the hill at North Smithfield. A
very picturesque situation.
$25 a foot—53x190; South 17th street.
$4500—The very finest residence lot in the
l.ak^view district for the money; has all
street improvements; overlooks the city;
in splendid nelghbodhood. This is very
choice and we will give location and
further details upon inquiry at our office.
TURNER R. WEAKLEY A CO.,
•Phone 1326. 2U3 First Ave.
North Birmingham
$2760— Nice 6-room house, 2-room servant's
house on ear line, near churches and
schools. North Birmingham, Ala.; Just
completed, never occupied. Tf you are
looking for a home, this Is the best thing
you can get.
C. 1M. GREEN & COMPANY
Both phones No.7._
"for rent"
3-story building, suitable for wholesale
trade; will Improve to suit tenant.
Warehouse on Avenue C and 22nd street.
Vacant property for rent; vacant property
to improve for tenants.
Offices and sample rooms, and all classes
of property for rent.
GEORGE BILBE,
Bell phone 24. 223 21st street.
We have had listed with us. ror sale,
several very choice South Highland
homes. Also a few choice lots on and ad
jacent to Highland avenue. If Interested
we would be glad to have you call on
BROWN BROS. & CO
Ground Floor, First National Bank Bldg.,
Bell Phone 384.
RICHARDSON BILL
BEFORE THE HOUSE
Full Text of Provision for Mus
cle Shoals
DAMS TO BE CONSTRUCTED
The Bill Also Provides That Govern
ment May Build Locks and
Other Structures for Nav
igation Purposes.
Washington. February 18.—(Special.)—
Following Is the full text of the Muscle
ShoalB hill Introduced In the House by
Judge Richardson St Alabama:
Be It enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives uf the United States
of America in Congress assembled.
That any person, company, or corpora
tion having authority therefor under tho
laws of the state of Alabama may here
after erect, maintain, and use a dam or
dunis in or across the Tennessee river, In
the state of Alabama, at such points at
Muscle Shoals as they may elect and the
secictury of war may approve, between
a point on the southern side of the river
opposite to or below the head or opening
of the canal constructed by the United
States on the north side of the river, on
the east, and the western line of section
sixteen, township three, range ten, on tliu
west, for the purpose of erecting, opera
ting. and maintaining power stations and
to maintain inlet and outlet races or ca
nals and to make other improvements on
the southern bank of the Tennessee river
between the two points above mentioned
as may he necessary for the development
of water power and the transmission of
the same, subject always to tho provis
ions and requirements of this act and to
such conditions and stipulations as may bo
Imposed by the chief of engineers and the
secretary o fwar for the protection of
navigation and the property and other
interests of the United States.
I oec. I hat detailed plans for the con
struction and operation of a dam or dams
and other appurtenant and necessary
works shall be submitted by the person,
company, or corporation desiring to con
struct the same to the chief of engineers
and the secretary of war, with a map
showing the location of such dam or other
structures, with such topographical and
hydrographic data as may be necessary
for a satisfactory understanding of the
same, which must be approved by the
chief of engineers and the secretary of
war before work can be commenced on
said dam or dams or other structures;
and after such approval of said plans, no
deviation whatsoever therefrom shall be
made without first obtaining the approval
of the chief of engineers and the secretary
<>f war: Provided, That the constructions
hereby authorized do not interfere with
the navigation of the Muscle Shoais ca
nal or the navigation of the Tennessee
river: And provided further, That said
FOR SALE. *
$5500— Big bargain In S. 12th ave., home.
$2500—Hickory st., fronts “Rhodes” circle.
$2750—Fine lot 56 ft., H blk. S. 20th st.
$4800—2-story res.; large lot; Hickory st.
$80 per ft.—Highland ave. lot; lies well.
$55 per ft.—Pretty Waucoma st. lot.
$5750—Pretty 2-story cor. res., So. Hglds.
$5000—Ave. B. near 18th st.; rents $660.
$4250—Ave. D.: H blk. 20th st.; rents $450.
$7800—25x182^ Morris ave. to R. R.
$45.000—Handsome brick block.
$8500— Ix>t 4th ave. bet. 18th and 19th sts.
$1500—55x100, N. 17th st.; rents $192.
$3250—Large lot; 10th ave., 24th st.; rents
$400.
$5000—100x100 cor. 25th st. and 8th ave.
$4250—23rd St. and 7th Ave.; 6-room, fur
nace.
$4000—2-story brick store, Ensley; rents
$420.
$3250—Largo new home, E. Lake; acre lot.
M’CONNELL & ANGLIN,
Phones 1523. 201S Third Ave.
FOR SALE.
Just a Few SPECIAL BARGAINS Quoted.
$1x00—o-room, new cottage at-'' Ensley,
closed hall, one block public school;
close to car; terms easy; your chance
for a home.
$12,600—6 2-story residences on N. E. cor
ner 26th st. and Ave. F; on car line;
nice neighborhood; pays over 12 per
cent; what better could you wish.
$1360—Cash or $1400 easy payments, new
4-room house with hall, near city hall j
and car line; North Birmingham; must I
be quick to get this.
$3600—N. E. corner Ave. E and 10th st., ,
with improvements; paying over 12 per ,
cent; 100x140. room for lumber yard or 1
manufacturing site; Belt line property, i
and always valuable.
$6500—Good 7-room house; 20th street, near
8th ave., north; very easy terms; lo- !
cation fine for boarders.
$3000—Elegant new 2-story residence at
West End; close to Pearl st.; corner; {
very easy terms and cheap.
$2000— 8-room 2-story residence; No. 3501
Ave. F; terms easy.
16800—8-room 2-story residence; 80x90; Nor
wood district.
$600 Each—Two 3-room houses between
North Birmingham and Vanderbilt;
rented; a pick up for some one.
I have many other residences and vacant ;
lots in city and district, not here men
tioned. Call on me for any kind of prop- i
erty you may want.
ACREAGE PROPERTIES CHEAP.
66 acres on pike road, one mile from
East Lake; richest and most beautiful
truck farm In county; nice large resi
dence, barn and stables, running water
through It; Ideal location for surbur
ban home; see me at once for price
and terms. Will sell 10 or 15 acres of
this separately. It overlooks East Lake.
3 acres with 6-room house, servant’s
house, barn, good well, city water at
Gilbert station.
70 acres a little N. W. of Trot wood park
property; all woods; price $100 per acre.
If quick.
10 acres adjoining Trot wood park at very
cheap price. See me Monday if wanted.
10 acres with 2 new 4-room cottages; rich
red land; lies high; already'plotted and
ready for selling lots; 5-cent car fare
to Birmingham; at Travellix station,
South Bessemer car; can be had if taken
quick at $4000; terms.
160 acres west of Jasper, Ala., on South
ern railroad; mineral district, heavily
timbered, at $10 per acre.
5 acres above and close to Irondale; very
cheap; bee me for price and terms.
29 acres close to macadam road between
Woodlawn and East Lake with dwell
ing. barns, stables; price $125 per acre;
easy terms and cheap.
1 lot 46x150 on East Lake car line at Avon
dale; can be had very cheap for cash.
Owners of all kind of property will please
remember that I sell quick; If you have
anything for sale.
J. E. DAVIS,
Bell Phone 1021 Room 306 Title Guarantee Bldg Peoples 193
dam or dams and works shall be limited
only to the use of the surplus water of
the river, not required for the navigation
of the Muscle Shoals canal or the Ten
nessee river, and that no structures shall
be built and no operations concluded by
those availing themselves of the provls- j
ions of this act which shall injure or in- !
terfere with the navigation of the Muscle |
Khoals canal or impair the usefulness of j
any Improvement made by the government !
in the interest of navigation.
Sec. 3. That the government of tho
Untied States reserves the right, at any
time that the improvement of the naviga
tion of the Tennessee river demands it,
to construct, maintain, and operate, in
connection with any dam or other works
built under the provisions of this act,
suitable lock or locks or any other struc
tures for navigation purposes, and at all
times to control such dam or dams or
other structures, and the level of tho
pool caused by such dam or dams, to
such an extent as may be necessary to
provide facilities for navigation; and
whenever Congress shall authorize the
construction of such lock or other struc
tures, the person, company, or corpora
tion owning and controlling such dam
or dams or other structures shall convey
to the United States, under such terms as
Congress shall prescribe, titles to such
land as may be required for the use of
such lock and approaches, and in addi
tion thereto shall grant to the United
States, free of cost, the free use of water
power for building and operating such
constructions: Provided also, That the
person, company, or corporation build
ing, maintaining, or operating any dam
or dams or other structures under tho
provisions of this art shall be liable for
any damage that may be inflicted thereby
upon private property, either by overflow
or otherwise, in a court of competent
Jurisdiction. The person, company, or
corporation owning or operating any such
dam shall maintain', at their own ex
pense. such lights and other signals there
on and such fishways as the secretary of
commerce and labor shall prescribe.
Sec. 4. That all the rights acquired un
der this act shall cease and be determined
if the person, company, or corporation
acquiring such rights shall at any time
fail to comply with any of the provisions
or requirements of this act or with any
of the stipulations that may be prescribed
by the chief of engineers and the secre
tary of war, or in case a person, company,
or corporation authorized by the laws of
the state of Alabama to erect and main
tain a dam and improvements as contem
plated by this act shall fail to begin the
erection of said dam and Improvements
within two years after being so author
ized and shall fail to complete the same
.within five years after obtaining such
authority.
Sec. 5. That the provisions of this act !
shall in no manner interfere with or tin- i
pair the rights of any person, company,
or corporation heretofore authorized by
Congress to erect a dam or other struc
tures for the development of water power
on the Tennessee river.
Sec. 6. That the right to alter, amend,
or repeal this act is expressly reserved.
BULOW HAS BILL.
Provides for Extending Certain Tariffs
to United States.
Berlin, February 18.—Prince von Bu
low, the imperial chancellor, today sent
to the Reichstag a bill for the extension
to the United States of the tariffs given
by Germany under reciprocal treaties to
certain European states. The measures
simply empower the Bundesrath to grant
to the United States the rates stipulated
in the conventions signed by Germany
with Russia. Austria-Hungary, Belgium.
Italy, Switzerland and Roumania. Bul
garia, with wfrich country a treaty has
been arranged but not ratified, is not
mentioned in the bill.
The Chancellor has selected Count Posa
dowsky-Werhner, vice Imperial chancel
lor and secretary of state of the Interior,
to set forth the government’s position
on the bill, and In the meantime the
measure will he printed for circulation
among the members of the Reichstag.
Spring humors, pimples and bolls are
cured by Hood’s Sarsaparilla, the great
blood purifier.
form
Sixteen horse-power Peerless
touring car; engines under hood;
direct drive; three speeds; nearly
new. Will sell at great sacrifice if
taken at once Address “W- J. E.”
Age-Herald.
100,000 pairs of eyes see every want ad in The Age-Herald.
If you want a position, the ad is free. Other want or classified ads one cent a word.

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